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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -------Tuojtjoy, Novembor 30, THE IFtHBRIOGE HERAID CLARTCSIIOLM (HNS) _ Trail duslrics al Clarcsholn, ;ire con- j coined over llic lack of dential accommodation to such'lhl: lhl an extent thai they organimi ThOSe c o n f e n attendance in i' n c e included the offi- mobiie homo j eials from SMcway Shelter Sys- :ikcn up and I Icms Ltd., president Norm Lock d special meeting at the indus- tliere are constant cii'iuiries for and vice president Larry In il airport area here. mobile bom" spare. O'liilov; Garner manager They met with a number oil Thl, ser. of Tnist-Joisl Western Ltd.; A. government organizations to plead for special consideration in support of more housing. Norman Lock, president of Safeway Shelter Systems, said the meeting was to let the var- officials become acquaint- ed wilh "the problems facing "nlustry here due io the acute Mayor Krnesl li. Patterson oalVd a spcrial meeting V.'ouds, manager of Astro Plastics; .Mrs. ,Ioyce Wells, as- sistant manager, Spoilscraft Manufacturing Ltd.; Dick Brcn- of council and planners to look tlie whole bousing situa- tion. Om' firm has a private bus 1'j iulu, shortage of all housing too, j workers from as farjncy industrial incentives often both money and effort in j os Macteod each branch, Ottav.-a; M Ilucne de- 'lus icgard arc conceniralcd James Kanasliiro of Canada Manpower, Leihbridge; Hohcrt Orysiuk, executive di- rector Albcrla Housing Corpor- ation, Kdmontrm; Dalton Tain- ht cities to the detriment of I An Edmonlon housing devcl- tlie small towns. opcr has begun the conslruc- "We in Claresliolm are ham-1 linn of 10 residences and Relatives observe mileMone says be starting The Alberta Housing Corpor- vicc-prcsident ation has the go-ahead i of Safeway Shelter Systems Ltd. to 10 homes with the cost shared j here, said the company plans by Ilia federal, provincial and Ip expand its main assembly local town governments, line next year and this would Building permits for this year pored in our expansion plans he, expects he wi because of a lack of housing 140 more, accommodation." Larry O'Rilev, parlment of industries and tour- ism, Edmonton; William O'Reilly, branch manager, Cen- tral Mortgage and Housing Cor- poration, Calgary; C. Kenwood CMliC branch manager, Leth bridge; H. Kcnward, human re sources research, department of sociology, University of Leth- bridge; Erwin Adderley, direc- tor of tlic Oldman River Region- al Planning Commission, and J. uixsi r J'engilly his daughter Dianne have returned from flight to nnrlgcvillo, Wisconsin, i to honor looth birthday ofj Mr. Pengilly's Mint, Miss Ann Pcngilly. Although her hearing and eyesight are weaker siic is still alert io the situations of business and conditions of the world. This exceptional lady al one time inverted in farm land in this She has given sen-ice as a captain in the nursing di- S'ates I require -10 more men who would i are expected to come close to! Smith, assistant director need homes. the 52 million mark. I ORRPC, Lethbridge. Taber Sugar Festival queen candidates on parade. Teacher advisers verv fruiifuJ trict with his parents when 10 years old in 1908. Fifty years later at their Ta- bor home and at the farm home of son Clarence, they were again wished "the best" by re- latives and friends who made their golden wedding anniver- sary a special occasion last Saturday, Nov. 13. Present for the special occa- sion were Jcspcrsen's mother Mrs. Ann Donaldson at !I4 years and his sisters Mrs. Harry (Netta) Miles of Fre- mont, Nebraska and Miss Anna the recent bridge j Jespcrscn of Washington. D.C. the More than 200 friends turned o Mr--. Pills (Thek-joiit during the afternoon at a! a past ma- tron of the OES Chapter, and both are members of the Ses- sion, Knox United Church here, id is a past j Botli are well known garden- Jnaster of Doric Lodge. AF and crs and supporters of tlie Ta- AM and past patron of Rosalon her Community Fair, and for Chapter, Order of the Eastern him curling has given way to Star. i golf. Four teachers recognized O for 25-vcar service terms HUEK 'l-LNSi Tlie first lo' M of four meetings of Talxi u i ud I, srhool division's board-teachc Hi HI advisory bo.ird held recently in i vin 11. Ti the board room was "very fruit J ful, and through discussion and HiCir c change of ideas, consensu was reached on the purposes procedures and topics to be dis Bridge winners CTXIKOM rilNSi Top Vo. r. havo served for the last 25 years or more with the li vision will be suitably recog-lizcd by Ih1 srlinnl board nnri d u r ins c.'K'bor "in-srmco day'' Jan ni. They arc Miss Sybil'A. Andorra of Tabor Central elementary, a n d Ralph S. Ringdahl, Vauxhall School principal. Airs. Dnroihy Dick Mill represent f-he school board on a joint committee the ATA lo ca 1 to choose appropriate awards and arrange the prescn- queon Jen Clayton i Sylvia) 'itohinson and j met at dinner" followed Ury- JIiss Jfarding of i tation ceremony. i''open house'1 for neighboring In the whi.M section Mrs. Ray farm people. (Mona. and Adam Lanz Mn and jesperscn arc look first prizes with consola- r lions going to Mrs. Tonv (Ar- tho Parcnts of two "arcncc i lend Xan-nlil and Brian Robin- j of Taher ancl 1Ire- Phyllis De- j son. I dekam of Montreal, Quebec. i unity Giristmas card raises recreation inonev Pass Bureau NSW! CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING V'ornon Docoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2H9 for the proposed recreation compl.ex lor Spanvood. The card is in the window of the I NATAL (HNS) The Spar- Royal Bank- in the Greenwood wood Development Company Shopping Mall, lias organized a community Tlie community Christmas cards have worked .successful- ly elsewhere as money raisers. Tlie idea is that instead of spending money for cards and postage for friends in the com- munity tlie donor gives an equivalent amount to the cause and his or her name is placed J on the central card. Plans are also being mode by the Foresters Social Club to raise money for the new rcc- i realion complex by holding a J Christmn.s tree burning in Spar- 1 wood in January. This group in- tends to charge a fee of 50 cents per tree. The trees THE REIGNING QUEEN Tobe Sugar Fesi Debra Thomas left, and last year queen, fan Miss Thomas was crowned queen Saturday night to climax the annual two-day event. Sparwood ca! have Elkford NATAL (HNS i Special guests of the Spanvood Calorie Counters group at their recent: were I repilar meeting was a dclega-: tJon of women fi-om Elkford New chairmen NATAL (HNS) Knights of New chair- Program chairman, Jolm Desjardins; membership chair- man, Andy Latka; youth acti- vity. Charlie Allselmo; church activity. Adrian Robcrgc: coun- cil activity, Paul J. Chala and S'iro Cimo- .lenny White and was won by Alraii! 20 pussiM, attended a reeeri r al meeting of the wood Lions Club. to a nominal mittcc- were Buster Duio.ur Bill Coi-belt. The club now members and Tentative plans fur forthcom- ing meetings follow: l f poll on the survev of phvsi- t 1 education programs and fa- cilities, setting of In budgeting for capital items, supplies and equipment, and a on a .study of the goals and purposes of education. loads, use of sehof] aides and clerical per- sonnel, community use of school buildings and facilities, disci- pline in schools and student- te-iclcr relationships. Mi in curriculum, the modified school year, and policies for admission of be- ginners. In addition, a number of top- ics ere referred to the ATA Local professional development committee for study and action. The teacher-board committee provides an avenue of communication between tea- chers and trustees, the informa- tion input being useful in the process of decision making, and {in genera] improves the rela- lionships between tlie teachers and school administrators, i The committee comprises in- j teachers Mrs. Katliy Sanderson. similar Arthur Horovitch and Morgan Nolan elected decided to make effort to try anil put out Tlie council meetings h a v c I one wh I he hill-nod at the site of the pro- been poorly attended for some j list is tint of j posed complex. time. I an IRON' SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. T. has been named president of the Battcrsca Women's Institute. Other officers: Mrs. D. Oli-: ver. vice-president; Mrs. S. Larter, secretary and Mrs N. M. Oliver, treasurer. Mrs. W. Kirby heads the cn- ertainment committee. Directors are Mrs. B. Wai-; son. Mrs. C. Cook and Mrs. N. M. Oliver. i Mrs. Nolan reported on the status of women. Mrs. Bertha Vavra will host the next meeting. Kxccnlive elected a I 'iNew Davloji Greeno rvcrmtion ..'h r., N r. c: _ _ Our lowest price ever or a Zenith Chroinacoior swivel-base console Limited time only! 1 XKW DAYTON i HNS i A: A hot! drive in charge executive was installed al Donald Skeiih. is set I a recent mooting of Ihe New Association. forest Grecno heads the as- sociation as president: Delos Fuller is vice president and Mrs. Howard Kaupp is secre- tary treasurer. Hiredors ,-ire Fllon Du e 11, Funoan. Lawrence Kaupp] Jim Ross and .Mrs. Donald Skeiih. 8. vSwimming lessons are to !x> arranged hy Victor Kaupp. An award for the student hav- the highest in Grade i S will he presented al the com- j mmity Christmas program, Dee. Mrs. Howard Kaupp jto pui-oha.M' Ihe ring. The committee lo plan the Cliristmas program comprises Mrs. Klton Dueil. Mrs. Victor and Mrs. .loo Mrs. Stewart Kkeilh volun- Loud music I to go to Ihe Crippled Children's (Olid? Dorothy Christmas treats will he loak- UIXSi Concern fed after hy Mrs. M.iriel Selk was expressed ,1 rei'ent re-! Mr. and Mrs. Stowari Skeiih creation hoard meeting here of: Mr and Mrs. Delos Fuller and nv hazards associated with the i Mr and Mrs. Donald Skeiih cMroniely loud music ,-it youth The August Kaupp family These Are i dances in the conimunilv" ecu- will supply and decorate the IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Ave. South Telephone 328-4214 Christmas free. was some j A Year's puny will lasting damage j again he held wilh music sup- ;l" human ears, the roorealion I plied by the Sundowners of j superintendent said "I'd sure Warner.' j hale see building come i Tlie commillec in charge I comprises Mr. ,'ind Mrs g Leo I c Correspondents in Your Areo P.O. 239 Grncrnl Delivery P.O. Box 21S7 r 0 Box 97, Wrrnthnm VAUXHAI.l. MRS. PAT STIRLING RUTH ZAUGG TABER noss oir.r, TYRREll'5 IAKI. MRS. MARY HAMUNC. WARMER MRS. PiARt IILP.fIT Cpnlnrl tifnn Gnnnrnl Oolivcty for Vour District rtl Aclvcrtii-ino ;