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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, Doctmbor 17, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 99 charges COALDALE (HNS) During November the local police de- partment laid 99 charges. Of these, 34 were under the Criminal Code, five under tlic QUEEN' Diane Clicrvinski, grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Johnston of Grassy Lake, was a nominee in the "Queen of the Campus" con- test sponsored at the South- ern Alhcrta Institute of Tech- nology, Calgary. She was se- lected to represent the So- ciety of Petroleum Technol- ogists and Medical Labora- tory Technolog ists. Miss Chervinskl placed second and as princess was the recipient of a bouquet of roses. She was a student in (he Chani- herlain School from Grade 2 until her graduation in the June, 1370, class. Liquor Control Act, 38 under [uvenile Delinquent Act and 22 in the Highway Traffic Act. A total of 111 cases were concluded bringing in fines of There were six motor relu'cles accidents with no in- juries. Damages amounted to Evening of whist PINCHEE CREEK (Special) Alexander Rebekah lodge rested husbands and Oddfellows and their wives at their an- nual Christmas party. Wuist prizes went to the fol- owing: ladies first, Mrs. A. (yllo; ladies consolation, Mrs. i. Robinson; men's first, Mr. Sarathy; men's consolation Mr. Simpson. Mrs. I. Terrill donated a ruit cake for a draw. It was won by Ray Cleland of Milk Kiver. Fried chicken was served. Bridal shower IRON SPRINGS (HNS) A bridal shower honoring Mrs. Brian Wieland, nee B r e n d a Silsbe, was held in the Hunts- ville School here. Contests were conducted. Mrs. N. Sorgard presented Mrs. Wieland with a basket ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINiC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 gifts for her home. She was as- sisted with the gifts by Miss Carolyn Cross, Miss Gloria Wieland, and Miss Debbie Wie- land. A buffet lunch was served. Sixty women attended. Mrs. N. Sorgard, Miss Mary Holecka, and Mrs. F. Kubik were conveners. Must pay promptly COALDALE (HNS) If edu- cation requisitions are not paid by the due date municipalities will be subject to having a 10 per cent per annum interest rate levied. Bearcats win NATAL (HNS) Playing in an exhibition hockey game at the Natal arena, Cranbrook In- termediate Bear cats defeat- ed Crow-United, members of the Southern Alberta Foothills Hockey League, by a 5-3 score in a well-played -and bruising game. The hometown fans had the rare chance to see Ihe fast moving line of Romeo Bevilac- qua, Raymond Reghenas and Terry Myles on the Crow-Uni- ted team perform as a unit. They comprise the top-scoring line on the team. Scoring for Cranbrook were G. Gentile and E. Mahcr with wo goals each while L. Legare added a single. For (he losing Crow-United, lomeo Bevilacqua, Nick Wasy- Jen and Terry Myies scored single goals. Questions decision COALDALE (HNS) Dr. Bryan Finnigan appeared be- fore town council to question ;vhy the decision to install the larger culvert in the drainage ditch adjacent to lu's property had been reversed. Council informed Dr. Finne- gan that in looking into the matter the earlier point of view was altered and a with a gresier diameter would nol solve the problem which has been with the town as "long as time." Seeks grant COALDALE (HNS) The John Howard Society remind ed town council it will soon be "grant time again." The Society urged the town to continue its "investment in this work." The mailer will be consid ered when council discusses grants in preparing the 197: budget. Christmas concert Sunday at Milk River MILK RIVER (HNS) The Erie Rivers High School music department will present a Christ mas Concert, Sunday, Dec. 20, at p.m. in the EKHS auditorium. The concert will feature the 50-piece high school concert band and the 35-voice high school chorus. Both groups are directed by Charles Hendriek- son. The high school band will present selections appropriate to the season and the Slow March from Scipio, Coat of Arms March and a Fantasia on ,ady of Spain. Soloist with the concert band will be Bernard Vornbrock. He will perform Leroy Anderson's Trumpeter's Lullaby. The high school chorus will jresent several Christmas se- ections including P a t a p a n, Roundelay Noel, Christmas Is, Plant a VINEYARD under the Christmas Tree The Ideal Gift and Hobby! COMPLETE WINE MAKING KITS AVAILABLE at WINE-MAKERS SUPPLY CENTRE 316 7th Street S. (lower level of Southern Stationers) Distributor of Quality Home Wmemdking Products Ding, Dong Merrily on Higl and Gloria in Excelsis. Soloist with the chorus wf be Roberta DePratu. Robert ill be featured in the selec tion, Lovely Child, Hoi Mid, ACT program completed at Vauxhall VAUXHALL The latest project in Alberta Government Telephones continuing policy of up-grading telephone service will go into operation here Sat- urday, Dec. 18. The switching facilities which have served Vauxhall telephone customers so well for many years are being replaced by more modern step-by-step switching equipment, and 100 new lines are being added to provide for future expansion. The equipment will be housed in a new brick-faced masonry building costing Total cost of the project is approxi- mately EDC members study grants COALDALK (HNS) Henry Nikkei is chairman of the eco- nomic development commis- sion. Peter G. Martens was ap- pointed vice-chairman and Mrs. Ardatb Malmberg is secretary. One of its main objectives is to pursue the question of whal grants are available from all levels of government. Have a Very Merry Christmas With o New 1971 TOYOTA COROLLA No Charge for S Grip Tires Block Heater Whitewall Tires AUTOMATIC AVAILABLE We will play Santa Claus and deliver Christmas Evi gift wrapped! TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Located at General Farm Supplies Phone 327-3165 L. A. Root wins post CRANBROOK (Special) L. A. Hoot, accounting department f Cranbrook and District Hos- )ital since it opened three 'ears ago, lias accepted ap- wintment as administrator of Vindermere District Hospital, starting this month. He succeeds F. G. Brolly who recently resigned. Cranbrook District Hospital ward has established a new josition, administrative assist- ant, and has confirmed appoint- ment of D. C. Chivers of Vic- oria to the post. L. D. Swenerton has been ward administrator since con- struction start of Cranbrook District Hospital, serving at St. Eugene too. Mr. Chivers starts the new job Jan. 1. He comes from Vic- :oria. He is married and has one son. Mrs. Hoot, nurse staff- er at Cranbrook Hospital, and children will join him at Inver- mere at the end of the spring school term. Sewer service rates bared Hockey rolls COALDALE (HNS) The 1970-71 pee wee hockey pro- gram sponsored by the south- ern regional recreation boarc commenced recently at the Coaldale autdoor rink. W. D. Geldert, recreation di rector, reports a total Of 9{ boys have registered to form eight teams. There are two teams each from John David son and St. Joseph's School one each from R. I. Baker Readymade, McNally and Sw nyside and the eighth team i. comprised of players from Sun nyside and Hard'ieville. Games will be played at 7 p.m. every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the Coaldale rink rty unss emit Herald News Service TABER A revised sched- ule of sewer service rates, de- signed to meet the additional costs of the sewage treatment agoon and irrigation system, vas bared at !.hc town council >reparatory to preparation of he 1971 budget. In explaining a general In- crease in rates, town superin- Bent Madsen told the councillors that the new sched- ule is geared to place the extra costs heavily on industries re- sponsible for the necessity of sewage1 treatment. Eased on the present domestic, 184 commercial, and jiree industrial connections, in ;wo years the system will re- turn to the town. Domestic users will be pay- ing ?2.50 per month, a 25 per cent increase over the per month now paid on a quarterly basis of billing. Commercial users will be as- sessed at 50 per cent of the cost of water used, also in- creased one-fourth above the 40 per cent now paid Brunt of the increase, as in- dicated, falls on industry where the present rate of per million gallons of water uset will increase in two stages to per million gallons. Council was advised that the rates proposed, to receive con sideration by council Dec. 28 are well below comparable Ji gures quoted for the City of Lethbridge. In addition to service charges, there will continue a ten cents per foot frontage tax to build up a reserve against future re- placement of main trunk lines, and properties will pay a capi- tal charge of 36 cents per front- age foot. 1 Council set the Jan. II, 1971, meeting for preliminary assess- nent of budget requirements, when even' phase of town ex- >enditures will be analyzed and issesscd on the basis of need and fluids available. An indication of a proposed 'tight budget" was warning to he local chamber of commerce that the annual grant may not Ixs forthcoming in the fu- ture, though council approved payment of the 1970 grant which had been included in the 1970 approved budget. The pinch for dollars in other .ireas came to the attention of council by way of notice from the department of education, that 10 per cent interest would be charged on overdue requisi- tions owed by the town to school authorities. In other action to close up loose ends and dollar losses, council approved an agreement form covering rentals and maintenance on railway spur Snow party PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Lethbridge Northern 4-H Beef Club will hold a snowmo- bile party at 2 p.m. Dec. 28 at the home of Jim Murray, club leader. Each member will be charged 75 cents. Twelve members recently toured the Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. plant here. tracks serving five commercial outlets in the industrial park. Rentals and maintenance Is based on proportional shares ol sendee trackage, and are ex- pected to return to the town some The industries will be billed for the past three years less rentals paid by some to the CPR from whom lira town has now taken over re- sponsibility for the spur lines. Jumbo Valley concert held GRANUAt (HNS) The an- nual Christmas Concert of the Presbyterian Church was held recently in the Jumbo Valley Church. The church was filled to ca- pacity for the program which was directed by Rev. Peters and included songs, recitations, choir numbers, a skit and a play. Santa Claus paid a visit and handed out candy. Taking part were: Catherine, Isobelle, Mary Ann and Evelyn MacLean, Brenda and Cathy Veenland, Loma Mackintosh, Gary and Cindy Calderwood, Layne, Brant, Sheri, Carol Ann and Barry Baker, Timmy and Recce Mclnlosh, Cookie and Del Detmers and Lorraine Campbell. BRUCE JOHNSON PLAYS SANTA ClAUS-When Santa rides, he really takes off at least when artist Bruce Johnson is at the reindeer reins. His Christmas Eve saga is recounted by Paul Rush and illustrates the occupational hazards that a hard-working but convivial Santa runs. Enjoy this comic LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE SCOTCH CHRISTMAS 7 FT. CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS 6 FT. BLUE SPRUCE SCOTCH PINE Reg. 21.50 LATE PRICE NAUGAHYDE COVER Reg. 99.95 ON ONE COMPLETE COUNTER BlUE SPRUCE SCOTCH PINE Reg .24.50 LATE PRICE 6 ft. White Scotch Pine PLATFORM ROCKER HIDE-A-BED Assorted colors Nylon cover LAMPS Reg. 9.95 ROCKER OR VIBRATOR Reg. 169.95 Reg. 269.95 LATE 4 "9A QIj POOL TABLE 10" SANYO TELEVISION STACKING STOOLS 4 PER SET Reg. 23.80 IATE PRICE 139 AAAAA BIACK ond DECKER BLACK and DECKER DRILL KIT LATE PRICE 21.95 1 COMPLETE COUNTER OF TOYS 50 CHORD 37 KEYS Reg. 249.95 LATE PRICE 177-77 LATE R6B Open Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Open Wed., Dec. 23rd 'til 6 p.m. FREE! COLOGNE If it's in town it's DOWNTOWN You could be Ihe next winner of the DOWNTOWN DRAW Enter now In our store! MARSHALL WELLS 318 6th Street S. Easy Budget Terms TO THE FIRST 50 LADIES FRIDAY and SATURDAY Dec. 18th and 19th ;