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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December 17, 1971 - Tltt LETHBRIDG! HERALD - 3 A GIFT FROM THE JOHN DAVIDSON SCHOOL STAFF Teaching for 31 years Mrs. Pickering honored By MARY TYMBURSKI Herald News Service COALDALE - Mrs. Dorothy Pickering retiring after 31 years of teaching service, was recently honored at an open house in the John Davidson School. It was sponsored by the staff of the school. She has taught in Coaldale schools since 1943. Peter Slemko, principal, introduced guests. To open the program portion Mr. Slemko rang an old, hand schoolbell. More than 220 people atten-ed, many of whom were colleagues. Others unable to attend sent wishes in messages, cards or telegrams. Mr. Slemko read several of these, bringing back many fond memories. Mrs. Pickering is known to be the teacher with a smile for each child. Each student she meets is greeted with a smile. Walter Goerzen, well-known vocalist, sang Bless This House and With a Song in My Heart. Pianist was Mrs. Goerzen. Some community singing was then enjoyed. Voices blended to sing three oldtime favorites; School Days, Grandfather's Clock and The Little Brown Church. A poetic biography was read by Mrs. Jennie Emery, a friend and co-worker for many years. The title was TOD (To Our Dorothy) or turned around 6pelled DOT (abbreviated form for Dorothy.) The reading revealed many humorous and interesting anecdotes in the life of Mrs. Pickering. They were presented by Mrs. Emery in her "talented, warm, dramatic way to delight the audience. Several presentations were made. Mr. Edwin Davidson presented a miniature wishing well on behalf of the community. Students gave flowers, presented by Miss Louise Takeda. Mr. Slemko, on behalf of the staff, presented a gift of stainless steel flatware, and from the school, a scrapbook con-t a i n i n g many interesting events held at the school in the past. Mr. Slemko offered congratulations and appreciation to Mrs. Pickering for her service. He said the staff had appreciated working with her over the years. Mrs. Pickering had been enjoyable to work with, not boastful, always creative and helpful He stated: "She made our lives richer, we owe her gratitude." Mrs. Pickering said teaching was becoming so exciting with all the innovations. "But a time comes when one Police win hike COALDALE (HNS) - Town council has approved a $75 per month increase for each member of the police force effective in January. The recommendation for this type of increase, rather than a percentage hike, came from the commission. It was passed by council by a four to three vote. The commission is considering the need to hire a fourth man on the force. No final decision was made on the matter. The 1972 police department budget was presented to council but only the salary section was approved. The remaining portion is under study. Mayor A. F. Blakie thanked Mr. Bergen for his presentation. Chief of Police Mayer also was present to answer council's queries. Office hours COALDALE (HNS) - Coal-dale's town office hours will most' likely be changed in 1972. Council recently gave the employees committee permission to set a new schedule of office hours. The town office will be open until about 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 24, and remain closed, Dec. 25, 26, 27, 28 and also Jan. 3. WIN LIFE MEMBERSHIPS - Vern Price, left, and Ted Malmberg, right, receive life memberships from Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks district deputy Texas Gostola. Picture Butte Elks are preparing for the annual New Year's Eve Ball, has to lay down the ruler," Mrs. Pickering said as her closing remark. Present were Mrs. Pickering's two sons, Maurice Pickering and Marvin- Pickering, and families, all of Calgary. Mrs. Pickering plans to do some travelling early in 1972. Tea and coffee pourers were Mrs. Ichio Ibuki, Mrs. R. I. Baker, Mrs. James Oshiro and Mrs. Peter Slemko. Miss Edna McVeety was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Pickering will be retiring at the end of the month. She will be missed. "Those who look after their own children are good - those who look after other people's children are blessed." District oings Okay grants COALDALE (TINS') - The next council meeting is slated for Monday, Jan. 10. A full picture of the costs on the Sportsplex to date will be forthcoming early in 1972. Costs to date are bout $145,-000. The council approved 1971 grants to the Victorian Order of Nurses for $250; John Howard Society and Sit. Johns Ambulance Association, $25 each. Thin walls COALDALE (HNS) - There must be closer scrutiny on house construction in the town, council said recently. Sometimes plywood it attached as the only outside wall. The seams are covered and then painted. Councillors felt some type of wood siding is in order. A stricter policy will be enforced. All the hills come at once COALDALE (HNS) - Town coffers will have to swell for requisitions payable as follows: municipal hospital, $8,828 ($11,-000 was the total); County of L e t h b r i dge supplementary school requisition, $22,514; Barons Eureka Health Unit, $13,-147, (provincial government bears 80 per cent of the health unit's costs while the munici-palitity is responsible for 20 per cent.) Council has approved an application to borrow $175,000 for the northside water and sewer extension program. The application is to be made in 1972. Council is still not definite on when the project will commence. , A representative from Canada Manpower met with town officials to discuss winter works projects. Further talks are to be held. CUP OF MILK SPIRIT SPREADS - See the children above? Notice the difference? Our's are healthy; their's are suffering with hunger. Our Christmas gift to them is a cup of milk. Send your dimes and dollars to Cup of Milk, Lethbridge Herald. The money will buy Canadian skim milk for refugees of East Bengal, victims of a current war and an earlier political struggle. At Lethbridge, Doug Smith of The Brown Earth says musicians are coming forward to perform in the three-hour Buck Crispy Benefit for the milk fund under master of ceremonies Terry Gietz at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 22. It will be held in the St. Francis Hall of Catholic Central High, Lethbridge, Performers on deck: Val Depner, local singer, a local jazz ensemble with University of Lethbridge professors and Dale Ketchison, guitarist supreme, Felix Harqi, musical saw, Bonnie Jean Dobek, folk singer Linda Johnson and Jan Patterson, folk group and The New Wine. Carol festival Sunday RAYMOND (HNS) - Singers from Cardston and Lethbridge will join with home town people for the annual Rotary Christmas Carol Festival Sunday, Dec. 19, at the Culture Centre. There will be two groups Crosswalk COALDALE (HNS) - The highway pedestrian cross walk needs to be repainted. Councillor Peter Letkemann, council representative on the police commission, said it is a priority concern of Police Chief Victor Mayer, the two constables and the police commission. Councillors, too, feel it is time the crosswalks are painted. VIEW PICTURES OF INDIAN CHIEFS - Cardston Public library librarian Mrs. Gertie Worth, far right, shows 17 pictures of Indian chiefs to young readers at the library. Mrs. Worth, attired in an Indian dress loaned by Mrs. James Gladstone of Cardston, obtained the portraits from the Glenbow Foundation, Calgary. It took place during Young Canada Book Week. Also displayed were drawings and paintings by young Indian artists. -Catherine Hull Photo from Cardston and one from Lethbridge. The festival will feature all singing groups from Raymond, the church choirs, Ladies Music Club (one of the oldest singing groups in the town having been organized fa 1936), the Glee Club and the LDS Seminary singers. Grant Erickson will conduct the Raymond High School Band. The story of the first Christmas will be read from the Bible text. The festival is scheduled for 7 p.m. All are welcome. It Is the Raymond Rotary Club's annual gift to the people of the south. ilP IPPllililiiiP IIIHhK IS�iiiiB ill HOUNDS, 'PASS GALS BACK POOL - Bonnie Porter, Crownest Pass recreation 6U rector, hits the ice after being dumped by one of the Lethbridge Hounds. Crowsnest Pass gals and the Hounds played an exhibition game to raise $113 for the 'Pass community swim pool under construction at Blairmore. The city boys had to agree the 'Pass girls are rugged. -Vern Decoux Photc Wage increase COALDALE (HNS) - Town councillor Peter Letkemann is chairman of the employees committee. The 1972 salary schedule for town employees was adopted. There was a 10 per cent average increase in wages for the employees. This does not include the police department. Minimum rates for casual labourers was set at $2.50 per hour and $2.60 for the truck and machinery operators hired on a casual basis. FIRST CHURCH The first church in Saskatoon was built in 1893. AGRICULTURAL FIELD REPRESENTATIVES Required For East Central Alberta and Southern Alberta Agricultural experience necessary. Must have ability to deal with the public. Irrigation knowledge helpful. APPLY IN WRITING ONLY giving age, education, ex-perience, salary expected and references to: Agricultural Department Western Candaian Seed Procesors Ltd. P.O. Box 99, Lethbridge, Alberta .ro.Hw M�jtstr Oon* ycie*� isss-iJOS: to Nil Muisiv KjKi CowwW- W1910; H HMOWTWH' 1 It MKHTMIttT BOTTLED IN BOND TRADtHMNt AND UIU trvil NtCf ttftCO *0 & . Canadian Club. At home around the world. Smooth and mellow Canadian Club is the world's lightest whisky. 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