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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Docombor 15, 1970 THE LETHDRIDGC HERAID 3 Neiv headquarters for Green Clinic Medical firm moves CRANBROOK Kast Kootcnay's oldest con- timious medical firm, the F: W. Green Clinic has transferred from downtown llth Ave. to new quarter-million medical- dental building at JC25 Baker Street. Location is in Uie main street extension east of the Cranbrook Mall, and Creighton Construe- Coleman tvithdraivs support PINCHER CREEK (Special) In its recent council meet- ing, the Town of Coleman de- cided to withdraw from the Preventive Social Services pro- gram for 1971-72. This prograni, which is cost- shared with the province, and costing Coleman taxpayers in 1970-71, is their share of a program providing headstart classes, counselling services, family life education seminars, Welcome Wagon Visiting and homemaker ser- vices, plus many other occa- sional events such as career fairs. As a result of this decision by the Coleman Council, the above services will not be available to residents of Cole- mans as of April 1, 1971. Cole- man has just completed a town paving program costing in the neighborhood of The Preventive Social Ser- vices program for this area is jointly operated by eight par- ticipating municipalities: Cole- man, Blairmore, Frank, I.D. No. 5, Bellevue, Cowley, M.D. of Pincher Creek, and the Town of Pincher Creek. David Hembling, of Pincher Creek, is the director and Charles Gale of Blairmore is the Crowsnest Pass community worker-coun- sellor. Director of the Preventive Social Services David Hembling feels that this is an unfortun- ate decision on the part of the Coleman Council and will ad- versely affect the residents of Coleman. The headstart pro- gram, for example, has been stronger'in Coleman than any other town participating in the Preventive Social Services. lion Ltd. was builder, wi architect Donald Manning Vancouver one of the babii delivered by the clinic in i middle-age 1920's. Main floor will be occupie by the clinic's seven member with three office cluster around separate nursing sta ticns. X-ray and laboratory se vices will also be nn th ground level floor. Upper floor will be occupie by offices of two dentists and consulting surgeon. Total iloor-space Is square feet, and paved parkin lot on the premises accessibl from Baker Street or 17th Ave nue will accommodate 47 cars It is within seven short block of Cranbrook Hospital. Firm founders were Dr. J. 1- King and Dr. F. W. Green a Crowsnest Pass railway con tract doctors during its con struction, 1897-98, who con tinucd into private practice The former was Liberal pro vincial minister of p u b 1 i works, then federal minister o health, and finally leader of th Senate. The latter was Conser vative member of the legisla lure, and though he retiree from medicine practice at fre- Foremost airls move into final PINCHER CREEK (Special Foremost High school won the right to represent the soull area in the Alberta girls' curl ing eliminations in Red Deer. The provincial winner to go en to represent Alberta in the Winter Games in Saskatoon in February. Rinks from Crowsnest Pass, Claresholnt, Fort Macleod, Ta- ber, Lethbridge, Warner, Ma- grath, Foremost, Milk River and Pincher Creek took part in the double knockout playoff. Pincher Creek lost 13-7 to Foremost in the semi-final with Foremost then stopping Crows- nest Pass twice in the final. The winning rink was com- prised of Joan Hearn, Francis Hougen, Janice Roth, Karen Linggel and coach Pauline Hougen. COUNTRY NEWS These Are Herald Correspondents In Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MIIDRED MARKER P.O. Box 97 MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER P.O. Box 61 NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P.O. Box 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Gen. D.I. Contact Ihue people for your District Newt or Classified Advertising quent intervals, his final decades was still practisin well into his 70's. only son, Dr. W. 0. Grce retired from active practic two years ago and now rand es at Skookumchuck north Uranbrook. Dr. G. E. L. MacKinnon, wh died just a year ago, was th third long-time firm member and left it to serve a term a, member of parliament fo Kootenay East. All three wer McGill graduates at turn of th century. Dr. T. J. Sullivan, who con tinues his Cranbrook home re- tired a few years ago from th firm, and assistant in the firm for a year in the 1930's was Dr W. F. Anderson, now of Kelnv na, president-elect of the B.C Medical Association. Mrs. Roelof is elected club head MONARCH (Special) Mrs Arine Roelof was elected piesi dent of the Monarch Beavers a the final meeting of the year Mrs. Gertrude Engel was elected vie e-president, Mrs Vera Young second vice-presi dent and Mrs. Ann Stotyn sec retary. Treasurer is Mrs. Betty Mae itewart with Mrs. Mavy Koole jeing named banquet convenor The social committee is made up of Mrs. Babe Knock, Mrs, 3 e 11 a Gwillim and Mrs. Beresnak. Members of the buy- ng committee are Mrs. Trudy Bates, Mrs. Ethel Beveridge and Mrs. Margaret Roberts. Among plans made include a few Year's Eve dance and a Christmas party for members' :hildren 12 years and under on )ecember 28. Donations of o the Cup of Milk Fund and 25 to the TB seal drive were made. Bank transfer IRON SPRINGS (HNS) talph Stolberg has been trans- erred from the Bank of Nova cotia branch in Shoppers' World in Lethbridge to Edmon- on. Prior to moving to Edmon- on, Mrs. Stolberg and family fere guests of her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Peter Erais, for sev- days. ral LOW POPULATION The Northwest Territories, hich occupy about 40 per cent f. Canada's land area, have a opulation of only POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKARD Jubilee Motors expands, holding open house Ily DIOI.IA Herald News Service open house all tliis week at Jubilee Mo- tors. Door prizes will be awarded daily. Open house is being held un- til Saturday evening. A grand prize of a 17-inch television set will be awarded. Mun Takeda, one of Ray- mond's most civic-minded citi zcns, 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 Mayor L y m a n Jacobs doing ;he ribbon-cutting honors. Gulf Oil and General Motors offi cials will attend along with lo- cal dignitaries. Mr. Takeda has been a mem- ber of town council for 10 CHIEF LAWRENCE LEWIS OF CAPE MUDGE Pot-Luck this week is short nd sweet. Last summer we isited the Cape Mudge Indian eserve and met Chief Law- ence Lewis. Chief Lewis kindly drove us round Quathiaski Cove, on uadra Island (near Campbell iver, We were im- ressed with the finest, most rosperous, cleanest Indian re- erve it has been our pleasure visit. Chief Lewis said 90 band lembers would vote in Scp- mber on the question of turn- g the reserve into a munici- al district. This would benefit e Indians regarding taxes on nd leased to outsifers. To date there are no new evelopments. The band is still waiting word from Ottawa. Tie Letters Patent, prepared representatives of the fed- ral and provincial govern- ents and the Cape Mudge Band, has been in Ottawa since August. If and when this goes through, it will be a great leap MUN TAKEDA years. He lias been president of Jubilee Motors since its incep- ion in 1855. Jack NLshiyama is st'CTeUnT- Ircasurcr a n d Mac Nisliiyams, a brother, is vice-president uf the firm. CM officials attending will be General Motors Acceptance Corporation branch manager Bill McCully of Lothbridgc; GM local district manager Roy Chris Uanscn of Lclhbridgc; GM zone manager Jack Irvine of Calgary; GM zone parts manager Al Bourque of Cal- and from Gulf Oil. field representative George Morri- son. Mr. Takeda headed Uie Ray- mond Rotary Club and plays a role in the guiding ol the Ray- mond Buddhist Church. lie was also active in tho Lethbridge and District Japan- ese Garden Society, builders of the Nikka Yuko Garden. He heads health and welfare on (own council. Pioneer Club seeks members TABER (HNS) sponse by residents in registering as members of the Pioneer Club of Taber is reported by one of the organ- izers Mrs. Hugh (Sylvia) Kinni- burgh. The purpose of the organiza- tion is to provide activities and recognition for the oldtimers of the district. Those desiring membership are to send names and ad- dresses to Mrs. Kinniburgh at Box 371, Taber, along with the registration fee of one dollar per person or per couple. To be eligible, members "must have lived at some time in Southern Alberta (anywhere south of Yellowknife) in the past 30 years previous to and including 1920." First function planned for the forward for our native people, new club is a dance Friday, Poor re- Feb. 19, with Les Handlcy's of Taber I "Id-time orchestra in attend- ance. The dance will follow supper and entertainment with Coalliurst teams gain Iioop split MONARCH hurst High School basketball teams gained a split in games with Fort Macleod. The Coalliurst girls won 65-62 with June Barlz pacing the winners with 21 poinis. Coalhurst boys lost 60-50 with Garry Thompson top scorer with 22 points. the organization of an execu- tive. W. D. (Bill) Kinniburgh Is chairman with Mrs. Bula Kerk- hoff secretary treasurer for the affair, with catering plans the responsibility of Mrs. Bertha Anderson and Mrs. Eve- lyn Kinniburgh, and the enter- tainment being arranged by Mrs. Olive Johnson and Mrs. Sylvia Kinniburgh. PROTECTS PROPERTY Steel sheet piling is a popular method of protecting against er- osion and flooding of waterfront property. INCOME TAX COURSE BY CORRESPONDENCE You can Earn Extra Income by Learning to Prepare Tax Returns For Full Details, Contact CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TAX ACCOUNTING 6 Adelaide St. E., Dopt. 16 Toronto 1, Ontario Wrenthom is scene of rally for youth ma The pick of he hops kes the pick f% -4 1 WRENTHAM (HNS) of students from the erta Bible College, Calgary ccompanied by the presiden oyd Lammiman, visited hurch of Christ in Taber an X Have a Very Merry Christmas a New 1971 TOYOTA COROLLA No Charge for Grip Tires Block Healer Whitewall Tires AUTOMATIC AVAILABLE Ws will ploy Santa Claws and deliver Christmas Sift wrapped! TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Located of General Farm Supplies Phone 327-3165 the Community Church In Wrentham recently. The occasion was also used for a youth rally at Wrentham with the young people from (lie Central Church of Christ, Lelbbridge, also attending. Activities began at 5 p.m. on the Saturday when a progres- sive supper began at the Vic Slingsby farm. It was also a time for toboganning and wor- ship as the college students led in a devotional thought. Other stops for the supper included Cliff Owens, Ralph Whitrows, F a n k Petas and Chester reenos. At each home there was a short devotional and a game. Following this the group met at the Ted Rudd home for a social lime of worship, games and lunch. Sunday morning the group :ook part in the services at both Vrentliam and Taber which w e r e led by the college stu- dents. On the way back to Vrentliam from Taber they lopped at Chin Coulee for a wiener roast. From there they ontinued to the church build- ng in Wrentham when a col- ege slide presentation and anel discussion look place. Tliis brought tliem to llie' lime or the pot luck dinner in which le congregations from both 10 W r e n I h a m and Taber lurches took part. The college rroup then led in an evangclis- c hour to conclude Uie week- mi. Students attending from Uie illege were Ami Reid, Kara- Eileen Smith. Grande 'rairie; Judy Schullz, Cal- ary; Linn Chapman, Lelli- ridge; Donna Peterson, Wood- bre, B.C.; Dale Rudd, Wren- am; Marvin Norell, Min- Bill Jastcr, Yellow rass. Saskatchewan; Wil- ighby Mignott, Jamaica; and T, Lamrjiiman, of the beer. Hops do beautiful tilings to beer. They jive it memorable flavour1. "Hopping" is the art of blending hops into the brew so the flavour of the beer never varies. That's an art we, cultivate for Calgary Export Lager. Our hops come from the World's great hop growing areas. We select them with care, pick them with gentleness, then blend them at precisely the right moment. After all, we love our beer, and because we want you to love it too, we never compromise. Next time you (hirst for something beautiful, enjoy the famous taste of Calgary Export Lager Beer. Below, Brewinaster A. J. KerrmidBmnrs ft. Piesanen andS.C. O'Brkn inspect the quality of 1970 hops. (Jjrewedby beer lovers Jorbeerloveig. ;