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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta December 7, 1971 TH[ UTTHBRIDGB HERAID 3 R. I. BAKER JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL Hooding Ihe Cooldals R. I. Baker council, front row, left to right, Sandra Vasslenak, vice-president; Elizabeth Robinson, secretary and Ewald Granson, president. Back row, left to right, Don Schielke, counsel- lor; Diane Oshiro treasurer; Don Tsujiura; sports convener; Ray Friesen, assistant treas. uren Donald Wright, publicity director; Delynn Harrison, business manager; Faith Tak- eda, social convener ond Mrs. Lorraine Hill, counsellor. Pincher historical society to meet on museum project PLVCIIEtt CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek and Dis- trict Historical Society is plan- ning to hold a meeting in the town hall at 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 6, to choose a committee to plan a museum building and to plan a historical village lay- out. The society has been active fa raising funds so that it can proceed with these plans. Tile Town of Pincher Creek has fenced the grounds. Protec- tion is now provided for Koole- nai Brown's log cabin. In other news here, a public speaking workshop under the direction of Arnold Malone, su- pervisor of developmental edu- cation, department of culture, youth and recreation, will be held here at p.m. Friday. Dec. 10, at the Canyon School auditorium. Changes are proposed for the coming year in public speaking. The emphasis will be more on "what you say" than on "how you say it." This year, for the first time, speakers will speak within a category: humorous, informa- tive or persuasive. Score cards for each type have been designed for these categories. Judges will turn in cards to an independent tabulator that will add the totals of judges and average the scores. The speaker with the highest scores will then advance to the next competition. Judges then will be free lo devote more of their time, talk- ing with speakers and helping them through a two way com- munication, rather than a gen eral critique to an audience. Impromptu speeches will also be given new formats. It is pointed out that these are im- pressions received from listen- ing to Mr. Malone at the provin- cial leadership conference. The group feels that the opportun- ity to meet with Mr. Malone will be of prime importance to all those concerned with 4-H public speaking. Police building progresses COALDALE (HNS) Con- struction of the new police building is proceeding favor- ably, says councillor Peter Letkemann. A three member committee comprising Henry Bergen, com- mission chairman; Rudy Gett- man, commission member, and Chief of Police Victor Mayer has been set up to deal with construction problems as they arise. The commission has agreed Santa to meet 'cbildreii at Pincher December 11 PINCIIER CREEK (Special) Santa Clans will pay a visit to Pincher Creek at 8 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 11. The Pincher Creek and Dis- trict Chamber of Commerce will again plan the annual San- ta Claus parade. The children will have a visit with Santa and receive treats as usual. There will be free skating at the arena throughout the day. to purchase a roof rack light arrangement for the new police car. This equipment can be transferred from one vehicle to another without alteration of the vehicle itself. Const. Glen Thompson will be taking a radar training course this month. All members of the force will then be qualified to operate the radar unit. The commission expects to complete ils 1972 budget at its Dec. 8 meeting. Police Chief Mayer has rec- ommended a substan t i a 1 in- crease for all members of the force. The commission is study- ing the matter and making comparisons with salaries of police personnel in other cen- tres. if RECEIVE 35-YEAR PINS District deputy grand exalted ruler Marx Gryschuk pins a 35-year button on Mayor John Holyk of Colernan while Jack Chalmers and Mel Cornett wait to be presented with their 35-year membership pins. The presentations were made ot the Coleman Elks Lodge's recent party when more than 200 people allended the 43rd anniversary. Decoux Photo These Are Tk letlibttdge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR................. General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBUtt Genorol Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Con. Del. RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOLF Del. TURIN Paulin Juhnr................ 738.4394 Conloct Ihpso poopto for District or Classified Advertising Bridal shower TURIN (HNS) A commu- nity bridal shower was held in the Turin school auditorium to honor Miss Kathy Rcttie. The gucsls, under the direc- tion of Mrs. Jerry (Jean) Ham- nion compiled n scrap book which was presented lo the bride. Sirs. (Elaine) Haughian presented the bride with pits. Miss Palsy Haughian assisted the brido at the gift fable. ibrvry ilronr-) Ciirr. .Mrs. Jerry llanimon and Mrs. Loe (Elaine) llaugh- ian were hostesses. GRANDPARENTS NEW DAYTON (HNS) Mr. find Mrs. Cletns Knupp are the proud grandparents of two new grandsons. Hale Robert, wvon Ihs., bom Nov. a. is (ho chosen son of Mr. and Airs. Hobr.ii Kaupp of Delia. B.r, Fernie, Elko twirlers receive Takahashi tips Passlwords Christmas event cancelled COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) ship. A total of 125 letters were Coleman Fish ami Game Asso- ciation lias cancelled the Christ- mas tree party to have been icld for members' children on Sunday Dec. 12. Tliis action was taken by the new executive at the meeting due to the poor response and in- terest shown by the member- sent to members advising of the date and time of the parly and requesting members advise tho secretary of the number of children and ages eacli mem- ber had. Response was received from nine members which resulted in Ihe decision to can- cel the parly. Limited number of trees BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Alberta Forest Service lias announced that a limited number of Pine Christmas trees arc being offered for sale to all individuals hy the Alberta For- est Service to be cut from road right-of-ways within the Crows- nest Forest. The Forest service has ad- vised that there is no commer- cial cutting of Christmas trees allowed and tree removal per- mits must be obtained in ad- vance at the price of 50 cents per tree (limit 6 Tree removal permits may be obtained at the Blairmorc For- est Sendee headquarters each day including weekends between a.m. and p.m. or by forwarding the required fee to the Alberta Forest Service, Box 270, Blairmore; at the offices of the Fish and Wildlife in Pinclicr Creek, Claresholm and Card- ston during regular hours ajid on weekends from patrolling Crowsncst Forest Officers at Allison Creek, Kananaskis. Bea- ver Mines and Johnson Creek Road boundary points. There is no guarantee as to quality or quantity implied and no refunds will be made for any reason. The Alberta Forest Service is urging everyone to respect the rules by confining aitting to within 100 feet of the centreline of the roadway and to trees less than nine feet in height. Trees cut: in contravention to these conditions will be liable Mrs. McLeod elected by oldtiniers PJNCHEK CREEK (Special) At the Old Age Pensioners and Senior Citizens recent meeting, the nomina'ing com- mittee comprising Joe Kunkcl and Ray Woods presented a slate of officers. Mrs. Elizabeth McLeod mil be president (or Hie ensuing year. Other officers will he Mrs. J. Mclntce, vice-president; Mrs. Margaret Johnson, secrclary- treasurcr; Joe Kunkci pro- gram convener; Mrs. Neil Mac- Lean, lunch Mrs. 0. Hagcn mil be in charge of buying the groceries for lunch. Before the business meeting, the gathering sat down to a turkey banqueL served by the United Church Women. Mrs. Jackie Therriault accompanied the group in singing many fa- vorite songs. The choir festival will be held Dec. 15. The meeting dale for the regular meceting was changed to Dee. 8. Convictions show marked reduction TABER (HNS) Toiler po- lice department reports a total of 65 convictions during Octo- ber, a marked reduction from the 92 who suffered fines or imprisonment during the same month a year ago. The 10 Criminal Code cases involved four of public distur- bance, two of impaired driving, and one each of theft, resisting arrest, assault, and forgery. Speeding infractions made up the bulk of the 19 convic- tions under die Highway Traf- fic Act. Only seven motor vehicle ac- cidents were investigated, two of which involved rcportable damage of or personal in- jury. One driver received facial in- juries and his car suffered .'iOO damage in a freak accident on the road along the south side of the golf course. ta tho department of internal affairs, 69 people were brought to the police station because of liquor offences. Of these, wore detained in cells nvor- night (or sobering before being released. Tim remaining 3d lo court. to confiscation. Person requir- ing further information should telephone 562-2811. nn struts and marches, ng the afUrrwon, 2U sin- RAYMOND (UN'S) Tweiily- Cockenll ol Fernie and niqucs four baton students from Fc'r-1 Lussier of Elko. nie ond Elko participated in a Miss Takahashi has taught i dents v.wiicd on basic ami ad- special workshop here under, baton twiring, stn'tting and j vanccd forms of twirling, strut- Miss Ina Takahashi. i marching in Southern ting and marching. The students are taking! Aberta for six years. weekly classes from Faith Village office She has entered many com- petilions and held both the ju- nior and senior championsiiip. She won Ihe provincial cham- Tlic Kernic and Elko groups wll send some of the students the Alberta competitions s c SPAUWOOD (11NS> The new village office at Ulkford is located in the post office. Recently the Council established bylaws and the ones approved to date are the control of animals bylaw, the traders licence, and the Elkford Volun- teer Fire Department. Regula- tions arc to he set up for Hie use of snow machines in the vil- lage. held annually Ixjlhbridse over Ihe Victoria Day weekend pkmship about two years ago. in May. Miss Takaliashi was assisted at The 'workshop, the firat held the workshop by her sister: tliis season, was sjxmsored by Edith. i the Fernie recreation commis- Thc morning sessions were sion and the community rec- spent with the Elko and Fernie rcation branch, province of to discuss new tcch- B.r. Crowsiiest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2119 5 PC.BEAD GIFT SET BLACK BELT AFTER SHAVE LOT10I1 4 ETTEIF MU. SOJJ. a TRUE S> 24.95 TYE SIL CG ROLLS GIFT WRAP V? 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