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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Newkirk takes over PJNCIIER CREEK (Special) Beg Newkirk commenced duties as the new executive di- rector of the Napi Friendship Association on September 1st. Due to the early departure of previous director. Peter Cress- well, Mr. Newkirk lias becomo Science programs boosted TABER (HNS) Plans are under way for the renovation of rooms in all the elementary schools in the Taber division to provide science facilities not previously available. The plans tentatively call for the installation of sinks, gas jets, electrical outlets and stor- age cabinets to accommodate Ihe elementary school science programs. Schools involved are at Hays, Enchant, Barnwell, Vau.xhall, Elepcnlary, and Dr. Hamman and L. T. Westlake Elementary schools both in Taber. Grants from the provincial government of per pro- ject available for up- grading classrooms in the older schools, particularly for library and science use, will be used for the renovation programs. Since each of the schools in the division eligible for the grant now have library facil- ities, hence the concentration on science room needs. In other business at this week's board meeting, the res- ignation of Miss Gladys Barrie as junior high school science teacher si the W. R. Myers High School here was accepted, and Kenneth Lawson was transferr- ed from Vauxhall High School to fill the vacancy. Gerald Sylvester of Calgary was engaged as biology teach- er at Vauxhall High School, the position occupied by Mr. Law- son, The board also considered a change of meeting date from the first and third Mondays monthly to the correspond i n g Tuesday as an internal control measure. However, no change will be made since Monday was found to be most suitable for those concerned with the meet- ing. Ten houses approved TABER (HNS) Taber's municipal planning commission has approved or confirmed building permits totalling more than S300.0M including a 000 addition to How's IGA Food- liner currently 'Jider construc- tion by Mctz Construction. Permits confirmed had ear- lier received approval of the town's development officer T. M. Anton, commission secre- tary. Ten residential unit s, all single dwellings, accounted for in building starts, while a storage shed lor Im- perial Oil Ltd. and reno- vations at Taber TV and Radio made up the other main items reported. Two residences on 50th Ave. adjoining Uie golf course were given the green light for Dr. B. Wiebc and for Paul Koznick. Others were for V. J. Platt, J. C. Daisley, Fay Gow, Ralph Peach, Kenneth Williams, Bill Holtman, and John Klics, Facia signs supplied by Neon Products were approved for Scorpion Sales and Service and Treasure Chest of Fine Fab- rics. A home sign painting busi- ness was approved for Jlrs. M. Gamache in the Miller trailer court. A developm e n t permit was approved for Shell of Canada to erect a 12-by-2-l foot display warehouse on bulk station prop- erty at 51st SI, and 47th Avc. for wlutli a building permit iriU be sought. oriented with his new position and the communities of Pinch- cr Creek and Brocket, on a crash basis. He has already ful- filled one speaking engagement to the CWL in Colcman and has met Lhc pupils and staff of Canyon and Central schools. At a Board meeting of the Napi Association in Brocket, he discussed plans for future pro- graming. During Uic week of September 13-17, he will be at- tending a National Friendship Centre Conference in Edmon- ton. Mr. Newkirk will continue with the role of court worker, one of the areas seen as most desirable by the association, and plans to continue his pre- sentations in the club's month- ly magazine, the Napi News, which now has a circulation of 430 copies. He returns to his home in Lelhbridge on weekends. On Oct. 1st his wife and five- numth-old baby son will join him at Pincher Creek. Other Nap news saw Henry Potts elected president of the Napi Friendship Association, replacing Valerie Goodridcr, who has accepted a new posi- 'Word of God shall stand forever' By CATHERINE HULL Herald News Service Fred Spack- man, president of the Alberta Stake of the LDS Church, when speaking at the recent quarterly conference, told the congrega- tion tlial only Ihe word of God shall stand forever every- thing else changes. He was speaking to an audi- ence of people in the LDS Stake Centre here. "We need solid he said, outlining these: "God lives. Consider the evi- dence. "The door of heaven is open; Matthew and James "Life is forever. We are form- ing the stuff of what eternity is made. "The family is divine. The civil marriage: ceremony pro- vides for life compansionship. God's law is tlernal. "The kingdom is here. "Happiness in today. It is found along the way." In summing up he said, "Keep your heaic free from hale and anger. Practise self control. 'As a man thinketh, so is he.1 Ray B. Evanson, regional rep- resentative of Taher, was pres- ent and paid tribute to the se- nior citizens of the lot his name siand for nomination for the position of mayor in spite of a large number of signatures on a nomination paper. He also said he would not run lor re-cledjon to council. Fred Wright elected by youths FORT MACLEOD (Spe c i a li The Fort-Teen Club recently elected Fred L. Wright, presi- dent. Bob Norgard is the new vice- president and Mrs. B r c n d a Norgard is the secretary. The Saturday night sessions will be heid between 9 and o'clock. Parents and interested friends are welcome to drop in and see the entertainment pro- vided. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Rciidenf Rep., Blalrmore M9 LOGGING CONTRACTOR Required Immediately In Creilon area of East Koofonayj to produce 4 per cloy. 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