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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta rridcw, Novcmbir 17, 1972 THE IFTHBRIDGt HtRAlD 3 O'Donnell heads Ex By BOSS GIBD Herald News Service TABER The Taber Exhibi- tion Association has been or- ganized here. Representatives of nine sup- porting o r g a n i z a tions have Beats on Ihe 12-man board. Edwin E. (Butch) O'Donnell, agricultural chairman for the chamber of commerce, was elected president. Vice-presidents are Gordon S. Saunders, (Taber Agricul- tural and William R. Qalvin. Other directors: Ben Engle- eon (Elks Steve Csaby raised COALDALE (HNS) A total of was raised by the Coal- dale Community Hospital Wo- men's Auxiliary's recent fall tea and bazaar. Mrs. James Fair, president, thanked all who supported the event. Proceeds will help purchase operating room equipment. Leslie C h o m a n y Knights of Clarence Melsner (Lions Weste Jensen (Moose Vance Jen sen (Rodeo and Al Machacck and Wesley Dunz. Directors representing Taber Businessmen's Association and the local Kiwanis Club are yet to be named. Constitution and committee structure will be considered when tlie new board of direc- tors meets at 6 p.m. Nov. 24 at Petrie's Pantry. The new exhibition associa- tion is an outgrowth of the for- mer agricultural society. The immediate purpose of the exhibition association is to promote and stage entertain- ment too large for a single group to handle. It is expected that the com- munity fair (bench show) will be reactivated in 1973. Support of the many facets of the annual rodeo and horse show, and a proposed two-day race meet, are among the pro- jects worthy of the community support available through the association. COALDALE (HNS) The Barons'Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: ENCHANT: Tuesday, Nov. SI, to the school from 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Nov. 21, in the health unit office in the Ad- ministration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesd a y, Nov. 22, in the school from to p.m. VAUXHALL: Wednesday, Nov. 22, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. tt, 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Nov. 23, in the health unit office (up- stairs in the Town Office Build- ing) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon anl to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Nov. 23, In the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 30 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, Nov. 24, In the school from to p.m. For social service appoint ments telephone: Coaldale, 345- 3388; or Taber, 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are ful- ly protected against contagious disease and tooth decay. Infor- mation on venereal disease, a mounting health problem, fully confidential and readily available. Cooper helps Santa By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRANBROOK The fourth Santa blitz, to insure every youngster in Cranbrook makes Santa's gift list, has now start- ed under new management. Cranbrook Kiwanis Club's Alex Cooper Is the general chairman. Its headquarters will be his A and M Coin Wash in the Stop and Go Inn. Santa's supplementary list will be aimed at gifts for those children 16 years and under who might not otherwise be remem- bered. The 1971 toy exchange, used but outgrown items, continues, but the Kiwanis members have set up shops for extensively re- pairing broken items. First need appears to be hi cycles, tricycles, sleds, skates, doll buggies and wagons which will require mast working time to put in top gift condition. Dolls, dressed or undressed, are also a top priority. Teen-agers, most often over- looked group, like games, gadgets, costume jewelry, cos- metics and smart clothing. Blit- zers want the public to keep this in mind. Depots for leaving kerns are A and M, alternatively the fire hall where Kiwanis will plck them up for restoration. Blitz inventors three years ago, Fran Johnson and Nancy Miles, continue as active aux- iliary. The small surplus of gifts and the Santa Blitz balance for food hampers are being turned over as base for the new club venture. Bride-elect Miss Scheibiier honored at community shower COALDALE (HNS) Miss Norma Scheibner, bride-elect, was recently honored at a com- munity shower in the Coaldale United Church Hall. The event was attended by more than 50 women. Mrs. Walter Goerzen was the master of ceremonies. Piano selections were played by Mrs. Laurie Reimer, Mrs. Scott Davis, Leona and Doreen Reimer, all of Coaldale. Assisting tlie bride elect In opening her gilts, from those present and many who were un- able to attend, were her sisters, Misses Bonnie and Debbie Scheibner. Recording the gifts were Mrs. Laurie Reimer and Mrs. Lor- raine Dodds, cousins of the hon- ored guest. Mrs. Jennie Emery recited a poem on the life of the bride- elect. Hostesses were Mrs. John Uliryn, Mrs. George King and Mrs. Les Handley. Miss Scheibner is the daugh- ter of Jlr. and Mrs. Len Scheib- ner of Coaldale. LONDON BOUND An Easier visit to London, England, will be en- On-Avon, as well as various theatres and places of inlercsl. Front row, joyed by a number of students of St. Michael's School of Pincher Creek. Brenda Fitzpatrick, Elizabelh Peelers, taura Levesque, Carole Bruns, Marie The nine-day trip, under Ihe auspices of the Cultural Heritage of Canada Therriault, Cathie Gingras and Ana Baker. Bock row, Robert Schmidt, Society, is for combined students of social studies ond English lilera- (English Maurice Aubin, Peter Haigh, Don Fritz, Bernard Stuckey, ture classes. The tour will take the students to seo the main highlights in Peter Schaverte .Rhonda Stuckc-y and social studies teacher Mrs. Mar- London, a trip on the Thames to Greenwich, a one-day visil 13 Stratford- jorie Haugen. Decoux Photo Teachers, board reach stalemate teachers to gather CRANBROOK Stalemate in the basis of ne- gotiations between the Cran- brook district school board and the Cranbrcofc Teachers' Asso- ciation is apparent with no set- tlement for the 1973 teacher contract yet. Board negotiator was L. A. T. Nimsick. Teacher negotiation chairman was M. H- McAstocker: Provincial teacher poUcy sup- porting a salary formula based on other union settlement terms in the province the past year was the stumbling block. The provisional budget [or the Cranbrook school district, which itemizes what it hopes to cover financially in 1973, has risen to nearly million, compared with the actual 1972 budget of million. Much of the Increase is for teacher salaries, including fi- nal contract settlement, but also staff increase of eight or more teachers. The school district will vote on a referendum to keep plant accommodation in step with the rising and popula- tion. A dozen new classrooms were provided from the most recent referendum which is now all committed or rpent. The new bylaw, with department appro- val in principle awaiting practi- ce! treasury approval, will pro- vide six additional classrooms where needed, to be properly staffed from the 1973 operating budget. Board teacher negotiations now proceed to arbitration, with one arbitrator appointed by each party, to name an accept- able chairman. This board rul- ing on final terms is binding on both parties. STIRLING (IKS) The Stirling Parent Teacher Asso- ciation will hold a meeting Thursday. Nov. 23, at 8 p.m. at the school. Tiie leaching stall" will be in- secrelary, Mrs. L'lodia Chris- tensen, will review the Worth troducei and the school hoard 1 Report on Education. FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING CONTACT The Uslibridge Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 326-4411 Klassen acquires building; COALDALE (KNS) One of the town's older business build- ings recently changed hands. Until recently it was operated as the Coaldale Trading Post and owned by Handley Auction and Enterprises Ltd. The building has been pur- chased by Herb Kiassen. ouncr of the Coaldale Insurance nnd Real Estate Company Ltd. Mr. Klassen indicated lie in- tends to convert the building lo an insurance and real estate of- fice. This structure was for ninny years the Del Monte Gro- cery Store. The Robinson SI ores is ouTied and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Herb Klassen. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere Distilled, Blonded nnd Bottled in Scotland by White Horso Distillers Ltd., Scotlontl We've made menthol worthwhile. 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