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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Irldoy, December 11, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Parked vehicles pone problem, Snow crews hampered Hy VKHN DECOUX Crowsnesl Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE Council was Informed by town crews that numerous snow removal prob- lems are being encountered due to persons leaving their vehic- les parked on streets during snow storms. Crews report being unable to do the proper snow plowing be- cause they have to go around parked cars and oilier equip- ment left out on the streets. Council will cheek the local bylaw regarding this matter and action is to be taken. The town reports being satis- fied with the new concrete bridge built over Lyons Creek north of Highway 3 in norlh east Blairmore by the Depart- ment of Highways. The bridge, financed by the government, will cost the town of Blairmore approximately one third of the total cost. Councilman Don Decccco re- ported that attempts will be made to have a liaison commit- tee formed1 between townspeo- ple and the Preventive Social Service. Mr. Dececco also advised that a recreation workshop is to be held in the near future for rec- reation personcl and members of council. A resources speaker will be present to tin- workshop. Approval was given lo make a grant to the Blairmore Public Library. Some discussion was held on the possibility of drawing up a compulsory sewer hookup by- law. This will be further dis- cussed. Council approved making the annual Christmas gift donation to Blairmore citizens now resi- dents in the Creslview Senior Citizens Lodge at P i n c h e r Creek. Jubilee Motors showroom to be opened Saturday RAYMOND Man Takeda, one of Raymond's most civic- minded citizens, adds a new feather to his cap Saturday when his firm. Jubilee Motors (Raymond) Ltd. opens a new showroom and general offices. The grand opening will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday with iUUN TAKEDA Mayor Lyman Jacobs doing the ribbon-cutting honors. Gulf Oi and General Motors officials will attend along with local dig- nitaries. Mr. Takeda has been a mem- ber of town council for 10 years. He has been president of Jubilee Motors since its incep- tion in 1955. Jack Nisblyaraa is secretary- treasurer and Mac Nishiyama, a brother, is vice-president of the firm. GM officials attending will be General Motors Acceptance Corporation branch manager Bill McCully of Lethbridge; GM local district manager Roy Christiansen of Lethbridge; GM one manager Jack Irvine of !algary; GM zone parts man- ager AI Bourque of Calgary; ant! from Gulf Oil, field repre- sentative George Morrison. Open house is being held mlil Saturday evening and jegan Dec. 14. A door prize was awarded daily. A grand prize of a 17-inch :elevision set will be awarded. Mr. Takeda headed the Ray- mond Rotary Club and plays a role ui the guiding of the Ray- mond Buddhist Church. He was also active in the Lethbridge and District Japan- ese Garden Society, builders of the Mkka Yuko Garden. He heads health and welfare on town council. Elect Mrs. Noble COALDALE (HNS) Elec- tion of officers for the Coaldale Pythian Sisters Sunset Temple No. 6 was held recently. Elected were: Mrs. Gladys Noble, most excellent chief; Mrs. Phyllis King, excellent senior; Mrs. Janice Enns, ex- cellent junior; Mrs. Mary Scheibner, manager; Mrs. Phyl- b's Handley, secretary; Mrs. Roberta Wahl, treasurer; Mrs. Fanny Uhryn, protector; Mrs. Gil Bowes, guard; Mrs. Beth Baldry, press correspondent to grand temple; Mrs. Annnc Davis, pianist; Mrs. Emilie Baldry, local correspondent for her 24th year Mrs. Alice Jensen, three-year trus- .ee; Mrs. Esther Corey, dele- gate to grand temple conven- :ion; Mrs. Margaret King, al- ternate delegate. New Iiorsc club formed at Raymond RAYMOND (ll.VS) A new Raymond 4-H Liglithorse Clul) got off to a running start wifh all officers elected at a well- attendee! meeting held in the town hall. The club was set up for mem- bership of any age hut only those between the age of 10 and 21 years will qualify for 4-II membership for participation at the 4-II achievement day. Membership was set at for an individual or for a family membership. Member- ships must be paid by Decem- ber 20. The membership com- mittee is comprised of Mrs. Keith Turner, Christine Adam- son and Bert Still Jr. Member- ship fees may be paid to any one of the three. Dean Cooper was elected to the chairmanship of the advis- ory committee. Bert Still Jr. is the Club leader with Keith Palmer assistant, Dixie Gibb. wee chairman and Christine Adamson secretary-treasurer. The club organized from the membership of young peo- ple named Judy Ackroyd. pres- ident; Barbara Kay Taylor, vice president; Drew Gal- braith, secretary and Lori Mel- vin, treasurer. Bruce Galbrailh and Mrs. Turner will handle club educa- tion. cases Many by Cranbrook Court CRANBROOK (Special) In ils first full year Of operation, Cranbrook Family and Chil- dren's Court, which now oper- ates in its own premises in Baker Park, dealt with 145 ju vcnile delinquency charges anc continued 45 juveniles on proba- tion. It also dealt with 99 fam- ily cases and was agency for enforcing transfer of court maintenance orders in 3fi cases. Termed an "umbrella" court as sheltered from open court, its purpose is to provide some Roth heads scotil group BOW ISLAND (Special) Jim Roth was elected to head the local Boy Scout group com- mittee with Mrs. Alice Schau- fele secretary treasurer. Com- mittee members are John Tun- stall, Ormond Mitchell, Steve Gatz and Art Robertson. Scoutmasler is Donald Had- nagy, assisted by Luke Van Paassen and Neil Schmidt. Cub master is Mrs. Jean Culler, as- sisted bv Mrs. Tom Locke, Mrs. Laura Tuchscherer and Richard Livingstone. The locaJ scouts are busying themselves selling Christinas trees at the Fen-el lot. Jensen returned as rodeo chief privacy in domestic and family disputes, and house probation services for juveniles. Ideally it also serves as a source of trained help and service for family and children crises vol- untarily sought, toward prevent- ing complications necessitating court action. It listed 45 inter- views where no court action followed. Its total budgeted cost for 1970 was of which fi5 per cent was city of Cranbrook responsibility and the remaind- er provincial, while the city's share of actual expenditure was payment for the quarters. It is backed by a volunteer family court, committee mem- bers of which are appointed. Chairman David Shunter made the report on the year to the city. His committee members are Dr. A. W. Askey, Mrs. E. V. Beamish, Lew H o d g s o n, Anne Edwards, licv. A. V. Maglio and Archie Brydcn. Its function is lo cooperate with the court, which includes Judge David Lunn and two probation officers, toward meeting spe- cial needs of the court's troub- led clientele. By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER Executive officer of Taber Rodeo Associatio were returned to office at Hi annual meeting Vance T Jensen as president, Walte Rombqugh as vice president and Dr James D. Chipnran as (ecretary. A number of vacancies on tin 15-man commitlce will be fillec Think a bit about fllberta. Think a bit about'Blue'. Hnd smile. at the next meeting of the a; sociation when the position i treasurer will be added to n lieve the secretary of the f nancial accounting responsibi ity. The meeting voted lo pay t the town of Taber t complete the association's two jear pledge of towar the construction of the new rei leation centre, though remain ing funds "are close to th line" for financing the 197 rodeo on May 23 and 24. The annual application foi pari-mutuel betting at the an nual race meet was approved though the date will be changei from the civic holiday, Aug. to a Saturday afternoon to he approved after dates of othei race meets are confirmed. Other business at the meeting included: Approval of a tree planting project at the rodeo grounds involving Boy Scout troops as moficiency badge projects Some 500 polar trees are on order for border planting at the grounds. Authorization for the Taber Slks to conduct the "golt orick" project for the 1971 rodeo on the same basis as ast year. Referral to the January meet- ng, a request from Medicine lat promoters to bring 20 pony ihariot and chuckwagon outfits o the 1971 rodeo six outfits each were well received by patrons last year. Decision to invite Reg Keslcr, losemary stock contractor, to ttend a meeting early in 1971 o discuss problems with stock t the early date of the Taber how. Consideration of the possibil- :y that the Southern Circuit inals and awards banoiuet will c held at Taber next fall for he eight participating groups. Approval of membership in ic Rodeo Managers' Associa- on, and consideration of a sug- estion by the Rodeo Cowboys ssociation that prize money t next year's rodeos be in- creased. Meet Santa COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Kinsmen Club's an- nual children's Christmas par- ty, with Santa Clans and all the trimmings, will be held the af- ternoon of Saturday, Dec. 19, in the Coaldale Community Hall. Rotarians' soiigf'est December 20 RAYMOND (HNS) The voices of the Raymond peop will blend together Decemb 20 at the Culture Centre singing the best loved Chris mas carols at the annual Ra mond Rotary club festival. Tl festival is scheduled for 7: p.m. with W. M. Brooks chai man for the 1970 festival. Five singing groups to da wili be beard. Other groups ai being contacted lo be in Raj mond for Ihe evening festiva The Rotary Carol Festival part of the Christmas gift the town by club members. Th other portion of Ihe club's gif lo citizens is their visit to th Ridge View Lodge and to tl homes of the senior citizen who are unable to leave the firesides during the long col days of the winter months When the Hotarians call their home they take a gilt sing Christmas carols. Last chance for dogs COLEMAN (CNF Bureau) An all-out appeal is being mad' by president of the Crowsnes Pass SPCA, Mrs. Joyce Girard of Coleman, who has announcec that there are stiil five par shepherd, part collie dogs a .he animal shelter in Coleman that have to be adopted by thi weekend. Otherwise, the group has no other alternative but ti destroy the animals. The dog lave now been at the sheila or the past four weeks. President Girardi stated tha during the recent cold weather he shelter cared for and fed 20 dogs and nine cats and one dog ound partially frozen in Blair nore was taken to a veterinari- an in Pincher Creek and re- ponded well to the treatment. Christmas card COALDALE (HNS) The toaldale Kinsmen Club's an- ual giant Christmas card is gain posted between the local ost office and the Ventura Ho- el. This is a fund-raising project. Instead of sending cards to Kinsmen encourage esidenls to make a dona- on and have their name posl- d on the large card sign. Trees for sale COALDALE (HNS) The oaldale Kinsmen Club has hristmas trees for sale at ill's Gulf Service on the west id of main street. NOTICE To All Owners of Mobile Homes Situated in the County of Lethbridge. MOBILE HOME LICENSE FEES MUST BE PAID PRIOR TO DECEMBER 31, 1970 TO AVOID PENALTIES. (Signed) W. R. MADIll, Secretary Treasurer, County of Icthbridge No. 26 21A 13lh Street Soulh, Lcthbridgo, Albcrln Here's Where The Food Bargains Are Prices Effective Until Closing Saturday, December 12 WHITE GRANULATED 10-lb. Bag I" "A f Top Valu Fruit Cocktail 14-oz. tin jb for Frozen .........pkg. of 13 NABOB ASSORTED Jelly Powders 3-oz. pkgs. CANADA UTILITY GRADE TABLE RITE Chuck Roast 58c DEL MONTE FANCY Peas or Corn ,tins 4 for UPTON'S CHICKEN. NOODLE Twin Pack 4 YORK PURE APPLE JUICE 48 fl. oz. tins BLUE RIBBON V-GllcG 10cQff........... Mb. bag YORK SWEET Orange Juice 2for85c ALBERTA icing CANADA CEE GRADE APPLES B.C. MclNTOSH, VU PAK CASE 1.00 WE RESERVE 1HE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;