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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, December 15, 1971 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Snow recital tonight MILK RIVER (HNS) Amy Hummel, mezzo-soprano, and Susan Snow, flutist, will pro- sent a joini, senior rmlal fo- night in Ihc Krlo Rivers High School Audilorium at I) o'clock. Their accompanist will be Edith Sheffield. They are senior students at Eric Rivers High School. Miss Hummel will sing con- cert groups of sacred, opera and lighter selections. Representative works from her program are: He Shall Feed His Flocks from Messi- ah; Che Faro Eurydice? from Ihc opera, Orfeo and My Johann by Edvard Grieg. Miss Snow will perform the Bach Flute Sonata in Eb Ma- jor. Holh soloists are of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ilen- urickson. Red Cross officers relumed PINCHER CREEK (Special) annual meeting of Pincli- cr Creek and district branch of the Canadian Red Cross So- ciety was held recently in the Red Cross room of the town hall. C. Colpman, president, pre- sided. Another successful campaign. headed by Tom Telford, was conducted in March and netted a total of It was for- warded to Calgary. Two blood donor clinics were conducted by the Alberta Asso- ciation of Registered .N7urses under the leadership of Mrs. M. Hodgson. A total of 395 pints of blood was collected. nuirks 3 50th anniversary All the officers from Ihc past year were returned. They arc: Charles Colpman, presi- dent Mary Crook, secretary- treasurer; Betty Brower, vice- j president; Margaret, Crawford, women's work; and Tom Tel- ford, campaign manager. Mr. Colpman agreed to con- i tad fire victims to see if any assistance i.s required. Mrs. Crawford asked fur vol- luntecrs for the work room. I Mi-. Colpman extended thanks to Mr. Telford. Mrs. Hodgson and helpers; Mr. Crawford for' auditing the books. Town of i Pincher Creek, for the use of Red Cross room and the meet- ings. LIONS HONOR STUDENT Miss Cecelia Williams of St. Mary's High School, Taber, receives a certificate and from Taber tions Club president Eric Leigh. Miss Wil- liams was honored by the Lions for being the top Grade 9 student in the separate school system. She also won the Governor General's Medal for being top student in the inspectorate. KOUT MACLEOD Mr. and Mrs. .Jacob VandiT- j veldcn celebrated their fJolden Wedding Anniversary recently at their home here. Hosting Ihc open house were their family. (1 reeling fjnesls who called during 'ho after- noon and evening uere their only daughter, Mrs. Mick (Ger- tie) Collar and their daughter- in-law. Mrs. Abe (Diane) Van- derveldcn. They were assisted by grandchildren, Sue and Dan- ny Collar. They were married in Hol- land. Mr. Vanderveklcn en me to Fort Maclcorl in and his wife and daughter followed in They farmed in Pearcc district until Two sons wore born while at Pearec, Abe and Jake, ho'h of Kurt Macleml. The family farmed in the south Macleod district until when they moved to Kath- woll until retirement in Kn joy ing their home and a quiet life, they look forward to visits from Iheir three children and their families. There are seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, SPOOKY TKKTH LONDON (CIM The British fioncra! Dental Pradil.iojieis' Association reported that a stai- iled housewife was awakened by music in her bedroom. Her den- tist solved tbu mystery the gold and amalgam in her fill- ings plus tbc acid in her sain a set up a radio receiving system. MR. AND MRS. JACOB VANDERVELDEN Christmas concert set for December 20 grains are TURIN (HNS) Turin's an- nual Christmas concert will be held at p.m. Monday. Dec. 20. in the school auditorium. Turin students have a day of school Tuesday, Dec. 21. In oilier news, a social eve- ning and dance uill be held Friday, Dec. 17. al the Sundial Community Centre. Lunch and refreshments will be served. Fathers, sons I pee wee floor hockey program be held (he same dav at the 1 a fathers versus sons game will Elks Hall. Subjects: alkali in Ncble, W. Alexander and Dave Oliver. Ed Reiter, L. D. COALDALE (HNS) As a culmination of activities for the Dec High School auditorium. be held p.m. Saturday, I Warner county, marketing, a: Dec. 18. in the Kate Andrews rapeseed. Constituency conference will Verbal slap at lawyer OTTAWA (CP) Lawyer Gaetan Legault of Ottawa was given a verbal slap in court Tuesday by a judge who ac- quitted him of charges of a cri- minal breach of trust and theft. The hockev committee of the mdJT. C. Noble. The dance committee prises Mr. Reiter and Mr. GRANljM (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Chris Deurloo of Granum received word from the To- ronto Winter Fair that their Nine months ESQUIMALT, B.C. (CP) Ptc. Tyler Anthony Wesclak. 19, of the Canadian Forces base here, was sentenced at a standing court martial to nine months in prison for possession of a drug known as MDA. grains had won the following awards: durum wheat, 2nd; flax, 4th: rapeseed. 4lh: oats, (ith; and spring wheat, 10th. The Deurloo family has been consistent winner in seed fairs across the nation throughout the years, starting with the world wheat championship won by their son. Bill, in 1956 at the Toronto Winter Fair. They also won the reserve c h a m p i o n s h i p for spring wheat in 1957. The family won the western Canada championship twice at the Manitoba Winter Fair and won the reserve western Can- ada championship this spring, Mrs. Deurloo iins placed first for durum wheat at the To- ronto Winter Fair four times. Their daughter. .Joan, re- ceived a gold watch when her sample of wheat won first prize at the Calgary Seed Fair some years ago. i The Deurloos have also re- (ho HOLE MEN WALSALL. England 'CD Good hole men are hard to find these authorities in Staffordshire are starting a course in the manly art of wielding picks and shovels on local roadways. The plan, which takes effect in HJ72. has been backed by the government and the national training council. Spar wood Rifle Club shoots for medal Dec, 17 lo 19 southern regional recreation 31 and Feb. i hoard invites everyone in Ihc I The WI will provide the Christmas treats for the Com- munity Christmas program which will be held in the Grain School Dec. 18. A chocolate making demon- stration was given by Mrs. Larson. be held al Medicine Hat March floor managers are Mr.' hold the annual medal shoot d Reiter and Mr. Alexander. I area to attend and make this a i family affair. Christmas treats COUTTS (HNS) Mrs. Nor- man Archibald hostess for (he December meeting for 12 members and two guests, Mrs. Nate and Mrs. Pat Larson. Mrs. B. Hulit declined her Dance Dec. 28 IRON SPRINGS (HNS) ja The annual dance will be j Dec. 17. II! and ill. held Dec. 28 in the Iron Springs The association make NATAL (HNS) At a re- lion in each affiliated club on cent meeting of (lie 6'panvood an annual basis. Rifle Club, members decided fo The qualifications establish- ed Iliis year by Ihe local club are lba( the competilion will be open lo members with no pistol Ihe National Rifle Association School auditorium. its i experience prior to joining. medal available for competi- i Tbc competition involves tar- gets, will] 10 rounds being shol f The club is also planning In at each target. Tbc one large! initiate a program of qualifif'a- witii the smallest grouping of j lion awards under shots qualifies for the emupcti- standards. Under this program lion. The member with the j awards are made on an in- smallest grouping of shots wins dividual basis as a member Lhe medal. improves his skills. Legault, 43, was found not j Ouldoorsman Club. Mrs. Domi- guilty of a criminal breach of njc Biancbi will replace her. trust involving given to A home economics extension him by a client to carry out a I program will be held at Milk land transaction and a second j River. Jan. 13 in the Masonic charge of theft of money ex-1 Hall from 10 a.m. to p.m. ceedmg An agriculture program will But County Judge Keith Flan- j igan lashed out at the lawyer, I saying Legault did a disservice to himself and his fellow mem- bers of the bar in Quebec and Ontario by allowing himself to become suspect in his actions. Legault was given SSO.OOO in December, 1970, by T i m mins, Ont.. hotelkeeper Oscar Vaillan- court to buy a piece of land. Judge Flanigan said the money eleclion as secretary as she is. The annual meeting of the Iron! invoked with jiiiblicily_ the j Springs oidtimers Make it a MERRY CHRISTMAS All through the House! recently elected Jake Dunn president and H. M. H a n e y V vice-president. j Mrs. G. F. Noble is secre-: lary-treasurcr. Directors are Clure Oliver, Sunnyside ivomen tman Our store is overflowing with hundreds of the most unusual and magnifi- cent gifts Whether you wish to splurge on something expensive or keep to a budget, you'll find just the things that will be a pleasure to give and a delight to receive Come and see! was put to proper use by Lo- gault. Mr. Vaillancourt said earlier in the trial that be had been given to understand that, the Chinese embassy would bo lo- cated on the land which he thought was to be in Ottawa. When he was informed that tho land was about 32 miles north of! Ottawa in Quebec he had no use for it. By A1ARY TYMBURSKI Herald News Service COALDALE During No- vember and December the women of the Sunnysidc dis- trid have met af the Sunny- side School to participate in in- teresting activities. The group is named the Sun- nysidc Ladies' Club. In three sessions demonslra- I At this meeting there will be registrations for Lhe keep-fit he i wei Sivcn in pottery, candle-making and Christmas decorations. Mr. Vaillancourt and Ins part- j Tllcl.0 wcrc snmc cx. ner, businessman Charles Nault cl.eises and games involvement of Montecrf, Que., both put followed bv refreshments and toward purchase of the, land, expecting to double their j money in a few days. Mr. Nault Feb. 24: A one-day work- shop to make drapes and cur- tains. This is the day the teach- ers have their annual teachers' Afler the holiday season the convention. The women will testified he still feels the land W0mcn booked four ses- meet at the school for the day old-fashioned conversa- holidav season the classes. T h e women are considering an eight weeks keep-fit pro- gram to begin Feb. 1. Jan. 28: A social evening with everyone welcome for a general evening of cards. Feb. 15: Miss Bartman will explain styles and types of cur- tains, fabrics, show samples, and instruct how to measure! I be sold to the Chinese "for embassy purposes." sions. Anyone interested may to make drapes or curtains. Other future projects being Judge Flanigan used the These arc: Jan. 11. Miss considered include'cake dec" words "gullibility and greed" F. 1 i z a belli P.artman, district! orating and liquid embroidery. to describe Vaillancourt's ac- home economist, discuss 1 Anyone wishing further in- tions. Only after Vaillancourt adjusting patterns and general j formation regarding the club realized he had been duped by sowing. She will answer qucs- and its activities may contact his partner did lie go after Le- tions on problems regarding gault, the judge said sowing or patterns. Mrs. Dorccn Tokariuk at 327- 27 WESTINGHOUSE 22 INCH COLOR TV The entire family will enjoy thU prac- tical gift especially at this time of year! CHRISTMAS SPECIAL, ONLY Beautiful Luxurious PLATFORM ROCKERS For year 'round comfort, lay-away now for Christmas! A big selec- lion! PRICED FROM ONLY WESTINGHOUSE CREDENZA Christmas is the Time to Splurge ON SOMETHING WONDERFUL FOR THE HOME WHY NOT A WESTINGHOUSE DISHWASHER? FOREMOST (Special) F.dhmd of Foremost president! Foremost Fish and Game As- for sociation has n.'iimvl lie succeeds' Ralph S'naffer. Secrr tary-treasurcr is Grace Ondrik. Others: membership commillee. Bill Biesterfeldl, game corn- Tweed marks LFAVIS, Outer Hebrides (CP) Roderick Macrae lias left his mark on a popular brand of i niiltec. Kdivard Walsh: public- tweed leaving these offshore i'.v. 'lune Cole: predator corn- Scottish islands for the world j millee. Charles l.aqna: bird market. If is estimated Iliat he committee. has marked 35 million yards of the material, using one official stamp for every three yards of the dist.inct.ive weave. YOliM; YAHMOH HASSOCKS, Kngland ,CTi Christopher