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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December 5, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Southwest minor hockey boosted by Pincher fans MACiKATll (HNS) 'Hie Young Ladies Mutual Improvc- COWLEY (HNS) The licily, a s soc i a lion secretary c n I Association presented MIA leaders honored Southwest Alljcrlu Minor Hock- statisticians. ey Association has been formed for the 1970-71 season under Hi wing of ilic Pincher C rcalional department. Minor hockey teams 10 1970-71 season umter me Loth b rid EC of lire Pincher Creek rcc- keucvue, u i i u fe L, more, Colcman, Fort Maclcod, lUiptll Fred Lipskey, superintendent pine'licr Creek and the Blood of parks and recreation, and Indian Reserve are included in Miss Bonnie Porter, recreation director of the Crowsnest Pass will handle the duties of pub- Well-baby clinics scheduled BLA1RMORE (CNP Bureau) The Chinook Health Unit will hold "well baby clinics" in St. Paul's United Church Hail, Coleman, Dec. 8 from to a.m. and from to p.m. Similar clinics will be held in the Blah-more Health Unit of- fice during the same hours Dec. 10. The Hillcrest .clinic will be held in the Credit Union Hall Dec. 11 from to a.m. and in the Bellevue town hall from to p.m. on the sanu date. Fluoride tablets are available on request. a five-league team. Tiny Mites, Peewecs, Ban- tams, Midgets and Juveniles are involved in an effort to pro- mote acceptable hockey at the minor level and to further de- velop the calibre of hockey River Gun Club held its i first social gathering, a ban- coaches of the respective teams. Association president is C. A. Weekes of Cowley. Casli prizes for Christmas decora lions COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Coleman council announced that Coleman Light and Water Company will again sponsor cash prizes for the best elec- trically decorated homes in town. Judging for the cash prizes will be made on the evening of Sunday Dec. 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. Residents wishing to have their homes judged should have the lights on during these hours so that judges can appraise the premises. The competition is to induce local residents to light up for the Christmas season. I awards to all girls YLM1A lulvc achieved attendance, welfare or other activities in MIA. Mrs. Karl SCcinp, Taylor president, spoke Sacramcnl m c c t i n g s, given talks and participated in sports of the girl's program. "11 is achieving its aim teaching how our heavenly Father would like girls to be- she said. She compared a tiny mistlc- loc Oldman River Giui Club plans an indoor range COWLEY (HNS) Tile Old- Uie area. League reprcsenta lives quet and dance, recently in the I Dieppe Lounge' of the Royal of this association will be the Canadian Legion, at Pincher Creek. it is hoped Hie event can be made an annual affair. Despite the inclement wealh er, attendance was good and some 60 members were on hand. The Legion Auxiliary catered to the gathering. President James Dejax inlro- club lias been seeking an in door range. In early spring it is hoped to have the use of the Lundbreck Community Hall. Winners of the Club draw were Shirley Scotton and Lenny Poulscn. plant which grew on a sturdy oak tree until il over- powered the strong host and the tree died. "It is Hie same with our sins. They start as small and in- significant but become our masters it we do not slop she noted. Sports awards were present- ed to the volleyball champions. Mrs. Klaus Frenzel is sports director. Leader awards went to presi- dent Mrs. Carlos Harris for 11 years service. Mrs. Gerald Lcishnian and Miss Lynn Gibb received 10 year awards. Miss Debbie Karren played an organ solo in conclusion. Public skating COALTJALE (HNS) W. D. Geldert, southern regional rec- President James Dejax inLio- reation board's recreation di- duced members of he exccu- rector, reports that indoor and briefly cu lined the lie skating has begun in o the club and some of P 4Vin ni'mo.nlftn to Ihe projected activities. A number of members have Coaldale Curling Rink. The schedule is similar 10 last year except that the rink; already won CIL and Winches- will be open Friday's for skat-.ter shooting crests for trap and c-rs. Two sheets of curling ice-small bore. Co-operative play school opens at Lutheran church CRANBROOK (Special) lor of Cranbrook, is the teacher Cranbrook Co-operative Play! for the two daily sessions 9 to Schccl, fully licensed by the de- n a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. accom- partment of rehabilitation, and modating 35 children enrolled, are to be used. With this growing interest the Mount Zion Lutheran Church. Mrs. James Dixon of Kim licrley, the former Edna Tay palLmelJL Ul lUIIdumLauull, anu IllUUaUlIg OJ Ultuulull tilll limited to children born in 1966 (jjvided into morning and after- si, present, opened recently ai noon groups. The school enrol- ment tally will be closed at 50 i- children. Organizer was Mrs. Gordon Fontaine, chairman of the exec- utive participating in opera- tions. Vice-chairman is Mrs. Wayne Haddad, secretary Mrs. James Brown, treasurer Mrs. Fred Vandermolcn, parent education director Mrs. Ray Demarchi, and enrolment director Mrs. Grant Stuart. Mothers of the play school children are actively involved hi its operations, with two vol- unteers listed on rotating sys- tem for each session to help Mrs. Dixon. Except for Wed- nesday sessions, the school will operate the same days as pub- he schools. QUEEN OF BALL Miss Gail Chrupka of Turin, seated, recently was crowned Queen of the Picture Butte lions Grey Cup Ball. Miss Gloria Koyata, last year's queen, crowned the new queen Gathered are contestants, from left, Diana Davies, Karen Kostka, Arlene Ramias, Gloria Koyata, Shirley Kulka and Wendy Casson.________- S. P. Johnson Pholo N UNIROYAL There's Plenty of Winter Still to Come! DON'T TAKE CHANCES INSTALL UNIROYAL'S AMAZING WIHTERIDE SNOW TIRES Kirk's Low Profile Winter Wonders! Come In Now Avoid Waiting! Get This Great Snovy Tire Great Snowless Tire, Too! 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Phono 327-5985 TABER 6201 50lh Ave. Phone 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C, Phonft 423-7746 "The Best Deal For Every Wheel" GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Daley of Picture Bulte marked their Golden Wedding anniversary recently with a family dinner at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Emil Wyrostok. They were married at leth- bridge, resided at Coalhurst for 27 years and have lived at Picture Butte since 1962. They hail from Nova Scotia. Their family includes sons Gerald, Edmonton, and Bernard in Prince Edward Island and eight grandchildren. S. P. Johnson Pholo. Incubator for nursery received PINCHER CREEK (Special) St. Vincent's Hospital Aux- iliary reported the incubator for the nursery had been re- ceived as well as chairs for pa- iic-nts' rooms. Arrangemsnts w ere com- pleted for the making of Christ- mas favors for patients' trays. It was reported a donation v.-as received from the doctors of the medical clinic in mem- ory cf Dr. McCrimmon who died recently. Industrial development terms not limited TABER (HNS) Taber's industrial development com- mittee bylaw was amended by the town council, deleting the limit of three successive years thai a member could sit on the committee. As a result of the change, council re-appointed for the ensuing year all members of the commission: Eric G. Leigh, Dr. N. Stuart Boyle, Elmer C. Conrad (town Ken- neth Williams, H. George Mey- er (Chamber of Roscoe F. Gibb, and Clarence M. Jespcrsen. Commission co- ordinator is Bent N. Madsen. Council considered two pro- posals by the commission: that Department of Transport offi- cials be invited lo Tabor to ad- vise regarding the possible lo- cation of an air strip on mine property now owned by the town, and that the town and Taber MD continue efforts lo obtain a nursing home here through the setting up of an Auxiliary Hospital District within Ihe MD area. Committees for the following y ear were named: cart. Mrs. E. Schauertc: knitted articles, Mrs. E. McLeod: birthday cakes, Mrs. D. Pelletier and Mrs. 0. Haigh; haircuts and shampoos. Mrs. T. Pellelier; phoning. Mrs. II. Taggart. Mrs. E. Claiie, Mrs. T. Gross and Mrs. T. Pelletier; entertain- ment, Mrs. 0. Haigh; Mrs. F. JIuddlestun and Mrs. R. Mel- lon; and hospital co-ordinalor, Mrs. E. Schaiierlc. Mrs. II. Taggart, on behaU o{ the auxiliary, made a presenta- tion to Sister Marie who is leaving the community soon. Sister Marie presented Mrs. T. Pelletier with a past-presi- dent's pin. i Tile installation of officers took place with Sister Marie of- ficiating. More District ou page 19 Pal Rutten As Enter Another Christmas Season From ALL Of Us MANY THANKS For your wonderful reception of our efforts to bring to Lethbridge and southern Alberta the finest in men's clothing and Merry Christmas Shopping John Black We, here at John Black's Men's Shop, are ready to serve you with what we be- lieve to be the most outstanding selection of clothing and gifts that we have ever offer- ed. Year after year, John Black's Men's Shop many famous brands fop Ihe gift list for Men and Young Men, continually winning new friends for us. Our firm's name has been known as a standard of quality, integrity, value and service throughout the years. To keep faith with our customers John Black's always feature name brand merchandise from reputable manufacturers goods you can always buy with confidence. SHOP ON FOURTH AVENUE OPEN Till 9 P.M. THIRSDAY and ;