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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Docombor 17, 1970 THE lETHRRIDGE HERAIU 3 Rented Christmas delights Raymond c? J DELIA WOOU" llcnihl News Service RAYMOND The Rented Christmas, a light comedy di- rected by S. W. King and pro- duced by the Raymond Second Ward LDS Mutual Improve- ment Association and presented by the Taylor Stake Mutual Improve mcnt Association Drama Division, played to three large audiences. The drama was presented twice in Raymond and once in Taber. Mr. King, took the cast of 14 characters, each making his initial appearance on the stage, to produce their individual in- terpretation of the character they played. Jacqueline Cinq Mars, as Anne Weston, in her brisk stage manner, was rather con- vincing as a mature business woman tilling a business as- signment that got out of hand when she fell in love. Bruce Holt, playing John Dale, a perennial bachelor, found it was not. too hard to fall in love at Christmas time. Tom Evans and Karen Daw- ley as Jack and Jean, raised in an orphanage, gave the im- pression they could do with a little extra love and under- standing. Richard Meeks as Briggs the butler had things well in order. Martha, the housekeeper played by Evelyn Christensen, man- aged the Dale home in a most satisfactory manner. Mary Ann Hall, Randy Gra- ham, Douglas Gamer, Jeffrey Hill, children from the orphan- age spoke clearly and loud enough their voices could be followed. Jolayne Hill as Mrs. Lindsay and Robert Shipton as Fred, made brief well played appearances on the stage. During intermission the voices of the Stake Singing Mothers, directed by Jean Wheeler with Afton Keeler, or ganist, rendered songs for the Christmas season. k Good Christmas assured in 'Pass By DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE The Christ- mas spirit is in full swing in the Crowsnest Pass this week as busy shoppers are crowding all businesses in the district getting gifts and special foods for the Christmas celebration. Strings of gay colored lights have been strung across streets in all towns in the area and store windows and interiors are exceptionally well decorated to mark the season. The Town of Coleman has set up an electric Santa and rein- deer display in the town park which is a lovely attraction seen from the highway. Homes around the 'Pass ar sporting splendid Nativity scenes and gaily decorated win dows and other seasonal Christ- mas scenes. This combined with the steady work and low employ ment figure in the area sug gests a good Christmas will be enjoyed by all. The Canada Manpower Cen tre at Blairmore reports tha there are more persons employ ed this year hi the 'Pass than in previous years. There are not more than 7. persons in the area seeking em ployment and those persons whc are unemployed are so due to the regular seasonal conditions SCHEDULE "A" k SKETCH SHOWW3 THC SENrP-AL LOCATION THE ,_ EFFECT'IVE DATE" i, tsn AFFECTED TOWN OF PINCHER CREEK In the matter of the Town of Pincher Creek By- law No. 1148 being a by-law to amend By-law No. 1109, being a by-law with respect to zoning for the Town of Pincher Creek. TAKE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the 28lh day of December, 1970 at the hour of o'clock in the afternoon in the Council Chambers of the Town Hall, the Council of Ihe Town of Pincher Creek will hold a Public Hearing pursuant to Section 130 of the Planning Act to consider the proposed By-law No. 1148 to amend By-law No. 1109 known as the Zoning By-Law. AND FURHER TAKE NOTICE that the proposed By- law No. 1148 will amend the Zoning By-Law under the heading 'Transitional T-l' by incorporating into the By-Law the affected area as shown on the accom- panying sketch and described as follows: parjinn cf (he north-Bast quarter of section 23, township 6, range 30, west of the fourth meridian, which lies to the south of the road widening on Plan 1694 JK, to the east of the subdivision on Plan Pincher Creek 1505 JK, and to the west of Ihe easterly 640 feet of the said quarter AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE lhal a copy of the proposed By-low may be inspected at the Office of the Secretary-Treasurer in the Town Holl during nor- mal office hours. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that any person wishing to make representation concerning the pro- posed by-law shall first file a written submission with ihe Secretary-Treasurer not later than o'clock noon of Thursday, the 24th day of December, 1970. DATED at the Town of Pincher Creek this 16lh day of December, 1970. TERRr LYON. Secretary-Treasurer, TOWN OF PINCHER CREEK, CHAMPION BARREL RACER Jerri Duce, 19, of Granum, stands in front of a horse trailer and saddle she won with her championship barrel racing ability. Miss Duce also earned on her way to her fifth Canadian championship. The previous record was Joy Duce, second, earned more than Jerri Duce rode Jack Kilobar, a horse she won in 1964. Competing for nine years, she was also champion in 1964, 1965, 1966 and 1968. -Ed Cesar photo Dollars for recreation Taylor replies to Taber By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER No provincial gov- ernment funds for Taber's rec- reation complex? The following letter received from Minister of Youth Gordon Taylor to the chamber of com- merce here wfas in response to sn inquiry made at a dinner meeting attended by Mr. Taylor on Oct. 14. ''I have now written to A. H. Avery (mayor) advising him that the grant promised to the Calgary Fieldhouse was made on the basis that it was a highly specialized building de- COALDALE The Barons- Eui-eka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-school climes: PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Dec. 22, in the Library Building (south door) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Dec. 22, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and a 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, Dec. 23, in the school from o p.m. V A U X HALL: Wednesday, Dec. 23, in the elementary chool from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Dec. 24, the clinic in the Health Unit Office will be cancelled due to he holiday. TABER: The clinic in Taber vill be cancelled due to the holiday, on Dec. 24. BARONS: The clinic in Bar- ons on Friday, Dec. 25 will be cancelled due to the holiday. Fluoride tablets are avail- able at all clinics free of charge. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medi- al officer of health, urges par- ents to ensure their children protected against contagi- VON has deficit COALDAtE (HNS) The 'ictorian Order of N'urses ex- perienced a deficit of for ervices provided to residents lore for Uie 12-monlli period ending Nov. 30. Expenses amounted to They recovered from patients, lus contacts, 5360. A total of 145 visits were nade set at each. There rere five cases. Council said the VON report ,111 be considered as a "re- nindcr at grant budgeting line." The town gives an annual grant to liio VON. signed for conducting track and field athletic events at any time of: the- year and this type of facility was very rare in West- ern Canada. There is only one similar building in Alberta and that is in Edmonton and indoor track and field facilities are badly required. "The complex at Taber, of course, serves a number of pur- poses and such can be found in a number of communities and there is no provision made for any special grants toward such civic centres." Town council considered Mr. Taylor's letter to Mayor Avery, and found the argument rather weak in view of grants already made to a number of building projects in various centres in Alberta. Council's special committee headed by councillor Ken MMc- Donald received full backing of the council to continue pursuit of financial assistance to the million dollar community cen- tre by whatever means seems expedient. Other members of the com- mittee are Dr. N. Stuart Boylo, former mayor, and Ronald A. Colleaux. Councillor Stan Hunt, also on the committee, has the responsibility of investigating conditions under which a lot- tery can be operated here. To ease the year-end finan- cial burden, the council gave full agreement to an arrange- ment with Taber MD by which would be paid by the MD to the town against the MD's commitment of per year for the next three years. At the end of the period, con- sidering interest on the amounts advanced, a final payment of some will be made. Council was advised that the advance of funds by the MD was equivalent to discounting the full amount at seven per cent interest. Two years ago the MD coun- cil pledged to the com- munity centre building fund, payable at Uie rate of a year for five years com- mencing in July, 1969. Devel.oinn.vnl, officer til rry on wins PJNCHEK CI1KKK (Special) Terry Lynn, sccrctary-trea- urer for tlic Town of Pincher Creek, was appointed develop- ment officer for the town for 1971 at its recent council meet- ing. A complaint was registered by the fire chief, Archie Pet- rone, that curiosity seekers had been phoning the fire num- ber after the siren had gone. Tills practice will have to stop. The fire phone is for two uses only, that of reporting a fire and for ambulance calls. Mr. Encs turned down the council's wage offer as dog- catcher. Mr. Scotton was hired, subject to the conditions as set out in the agreement. Angels9 cantata thrills Uy MARIE SORGARD Herald News Service IRON SPRINGS The Iron Springs Christian Ref o r m e d Church was filled to capacity recently when the cantata, The Night The Angels Sang, was presented. The church was illuminated by candlelight for the perform- ance which was termed superb by an enthralled audience. The congregation and visiting congregations were welcomed by Nick Brandhorst and an organ prelude was presented by Maynard Purvecn. The choir was conducted by Gerret Van Zeggelaar, the pian- ist being Jantes Dykshoorn. Gertie Heinen was the nar- rator. The junior choir, a group of 17 girls, thrilled the audience as they sang, unaccompanied, under the direction of Mrs. R. Koops. Congregational choral singing was enjoyed during Uie inter- mission. The cantata will be presented again Sunday evening in the Picture Butte library at p.m. The bylaw relevant to the re- moval of snow from thr sklt.1- walks in the business section will be enforced as will the abuse of the "no signs in front of the arena. A resolution was passed that II. W. Sorgo's plan to sub- divide for transitional use will :ic accepted as per plan sub- mitted. Mr. Lyon attended a AUMA labor relations workshop at Red Deer Approval of order authorizing the filling of basement holes on G. Rigaux properly and R. Cleland's property was given. The cost of the same is to be charged against the properties. Mario Esposito made appli- cation for approval to operate a taxi business in the town. Town foreman Joe Malan- chuk was instructed to pur- chase sk garbage containers to be of Ihe type he considers to be most suitable. Third reading was given a bylaw for establishing credit with the Royal Bank of Canada for a sum not exceeding 000. The Gas Franchise renew- .1 with Plains Western Gas and Electric was given third read- ing.' A resolution for the water and sewer committee to go ahead and have the engineer order the extra filter for the treatment plant was made. Approval was given for two emergency alarms be installed in the homes of J. Malanchuck end J. Drevenak. These will alert them if the water gels below a certain point in the rtservoir or of any trouble in the treatment plant. A general assessment will be made in 1971. Snowmobile regulation fnr the town have been published. These should be strictly ad- hered to. Councillor James Burns re- ported he bad attended a hos- pital board meeting. The Chinook Health Unit re- quisition will be the same for the new year. A letter of thanks was read from the Red Cross for the use the Red Cross room located in the town hall building. Deurloos classes at Royal GHANUM (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Chris Deurloo of Granum were notified last week the grains they entered in the Royal Winter Fair at Toronto had won the following honors: Durum wheat, 3rd; oats and flax 4th; barley, 7th and spring wheat, 8th. Langille heads Legion By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau COLEMAN Robert Langille was recently elected president of the Coleman Royal Canadian Legion. Other officers: vice-president Women gather GRANUM (HNS) The De- cember meeting of the Granum CWL was held in the Father Hughes Hall with eight mem- bers and Rev. Redmond in at- tendance. Mrs. Brule will get the Christ- mas trees for the crib and Mrs. Dorner will get flowers for the altar for Christmas. Father Redmond gave a read- ing from the Old Testament. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Dorner Feb. 10. More district on page 23 Tony Cocciolone; second vice- president John Russell; and executive members Stan Tara- bula, Douglas Skinner, Joseph M y s 1 i c k i, Jack Kultinoff, George Meredith, Nick Cytko, Mel Taje, Edward Taje, Walter Badzioeh, Ted Dreja, Norman Hammer and sergeant-at-arms Ted Dreja. An installation will be held in the Legion ehibrooms at 7 p.m. Dec. 26. Invitations to attend the ceremony have been sent to zone commander Harry Freeman of Bellevue and dis- Your NEW Authorized Dealer JEEP" TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 trict commander Rusty Owen. A social evening will be held. The branch also completed plans for a Christmas paly for Legion and Auxiliary members' children. The event will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 20, in the Legion. Santa will visit. Oga reads lus to class IRON SPRINGS (IKS) Seventeen members of the grades 5 and 6 class of Uie Huntsville School attended an evening session of the Introduc- tion to Librarianship class which is being taught by Miss Cora Hastings at the University of Lethbridge. They learned about oral read- ing, the importance of recrea- tional reading in a busy world of technological development. Donald Oga, a pupil in the school, read his writing. 19 guests IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Larter hosted a Christmas party re- cently. The Golden Nuggets Orches- tra attended. A turkey was enjoyed by 19 guests. A visit from Santa Claus took place. RECEIVES MASTERS DEGREE Mr. Simon Bergen-Henen- gouwen, B.Eng. M.Eng., P. Eng., received his Masters Degree m Aeronautical Engineering at ihe Fall Convoca- tion of Carleton University, Ottawa. He i3 the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bergen-Henen- gouwen of Picture Bulto, Al- berta. SHOPPERS 1 ONCE AGAIN The MARQUIS HOTEL has made available a MEETING AND RELAXING LOUNGE for your convenience when shopping downtown! JUST ENQUIRE AT THE DESK! SPECIAL FAMILY RATES! Now available for Out-of-Town Shopping Father Pays! Phone 327-3191 for Marquis Hotel Located in the'Hearf of Downtown tethbridge Calvert Double Distilled Whisky: How the West was won. DOUBLE DISTILLED Wcsicrncts arc being won over every day to Calvcrt Double Distilled Whisky. That's .because Double Distilled is Ihe finest value in the Wcsl and because Double Distilled doesn't lose icbuslncss when make it smooth. Anyway, one sip and you'll be won ovei Calvcrt Double Distilled is made right here in the west, Calvert Double Distil led Calvcrt of Canada Ltd. Gimli, Manitoba ;