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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Docornbcr 18, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 A lime of.worship for you ng and old Christmas services set iMMJJnlM umsi mas and New Years will service :i.'to u.iu. niuu Jan. 1. pre-eminence In special United Church vices in churches 1! a.m. Sunday, Dec. 20, The LDS Church with Sunday service, LcRon Low in charge will John Monies will brin its Christmas service at message, junior choir wi a.m. Sunday, Dec. 20. the Chrislmas cantata. Dec. 27 is Sunday school Church congregations ing lime al 10 a.m. and Iron Springs and Picture ment meeting is at 11 a.m. invited lo join. Christmas Dec. 27, at 11 a. n. Mennon i t e Brethren divine family worship anc services are being planned service will be hek John J. Ducck in the choir will sing. New of Rev. D. J. Pankratz who service 11 a.m. Sunday, ill. Most services include 3. English and German Church of Ihc Al a.m. Sunday, Dec. wilh Canon G. G. Ihe pre-Christmas service a.m. Sunday, gins with Sunday School 20, White Gift Service; lowed by worship service 24 at 11 p.m. the Mid- Tha church choir Christmas Eve Hoi present a program of Dec. 25 al mas music at p.m. Christmas Day Holy Com- day, Dec. Christmas Eve Variety a.m. Sunday, Dec. gram will be held at 7 p. in Thursday, Dec. 24. Christmas Day Service. Ihe Sunday school Chrislmas program; Friday. Jan. 1 at a.m. will be New day, Dec. 25, will begin at a.m. A service with great Day Holy Communion lory will be Ihe New Michael Clifford of SI. m b r o s e Roman Calholic Draft Sunday, Dec. 20 at 9 and 11 a.m. mass, the fourth Sunday of Advent; Dec. 22 at Common Penance Service for by individual confessions; Midnight, Dec. 24, Mid- M ass, the senior choir sing; Chrislmas Day, sung masses are to be celebrated a a.m., 11 a.m.; at 9 a.m. and Town council approved a.m. Sunday, Dec. 27, the Masses will be in the theme of Christmas. principle a- services plan. A bylaw will be drafled. Water and sewer mains to the properly line, road grading and gravelling will be included in the prepaid plan at Clifford states New Year's Day is Holy Day ol Obligation. Therefore a Special Vigil Mass is slated for p.m. Thursday, Dec. 31. The New Year's Day Masses time. S'idewalks will be absorbed be held at 9 and 11 a.m. The Coaldale Mennonite Con- Uie overall lax mill rale. Tcnlalive rates: Church: a.m. Sun- sewer mains, for mains and for library gravelling and grading, all i-ontage foot of properly. (HNS) Mrs. :otal would be per Graham was recenlly re- foot resulting in a prepaid chairman of the vice charge of about and District Centen- a 60-foot Library board. Ci'owsnest Pass NEWS CIRCUIATION JOB Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blair-more Phone day, Dec. 29, the mixed clion will sing; Rev. Rclzlaff will speak in German, Dr. Peter Letkemaun, will bring the Ln glish message; German School Christmas Program p.m. Sunday, Dec. 20, followed by Ihe candlelighting service. Sunday School Christ m a s Eve program will be held 7 p.m. Dec. 24; at a.m. Fu day, Dec. 25, the Christmas Day service will be in the form of a musical program staged by mixed, junior and male choirs; second day of Chnst mas, Dec. 26, services will he in the Gorman language only al a.m. Rev. Peter Shel- lenberg will speak. Sunday, Dec. 27 at a.m. the German service is to be held with Rev. Frank W. Dyck bringing the message. Al p.m. New Year's Eve Service will be held in both English and German; New Year's Day service Speak- ers Hev. Abram Ens, German, and Rev. Peter Retzlaff, En- glish, singing by a group of the church. Redeemer Lutheran Church 10 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 20, Fourt Sunday of Advent Service; Dei 24 at 7 p.m. (he Christmas pro ;ram by children and choir Dec. 25 al 10 a.m. the Christ mas Festival Service; 10 a.m Dec. 27, real meaning Christmas; New Year's Ev lervice and holy communion, p.m. Thursday, Dec. 31; a spe "iai traditional service at 1' a.m. Friday, Jan. 1. Canadian Reformed Church )ec. 20, 10 a.m. and p.m.; Dec. 25 at 10 a.m. the Christ- las Service with Rev. Dirk )eJong of Edmonton speaking; "Dec. 26, 10 a.m., children's Chrislmas program. NEW POSTS The board of directors of Interior Brew- eries limited, B.C.'s Grand Ol' Mountain Brewery, announ- ces the appointment of E. R. (Ernie) McFarland, left, as chairman of the board and H. W. Blakley, right, 1o suc- ceed him as president and managing director. Mr. Blakley has been a director of Interior Breweries for the past year and is assuming the chief executive responsibilities as the company moves forward on a substantial development program. He has extensive experience in the brewing industry in Eastern Canada and most recently has been president of an Ontario brewing company during a period of extensive growth. The change in management respon- sibility ot Interior is effective Jan. 1. Mr. McFarland is for- merly of fethbridge. Flurry of speeches, singing., skating Taber complex to open ItOSS (HUB Herald iS'cu.s Service TAKER Opening ot U Taber and district complex will involve celebr lion from Saturday, Dec. 2G Sunday, Jan. 3. The former Taber Commu ity Cent r e was destroyed b fire Jan. 1, 1869. The building has four se lions: a regulation-size hocke area with spectator capacity four-sheet curling rin with club lounge and locki rooms and an adjoining ice su face for minor hockey and fi ure skating adaptable for fou :xtra sheets of curling ice; civic auditorium with extensiv kitchen facilities and meetin rooms; and a swimming poo The Taber Confederate Park including ball diamonc and playgrounds was comple cd as the town's centennial pri ject in conjunction with the MI of Taber. To kick off the action. Tabe Minor Hockey Association staging a bantam hocke Need reservoir COALDALE (HNS) The own must find raw water sta- ge and water treatment plant acih'ties. Council decided to invite sev- j-al engineering firms to look the situation and give pro- osals for possible solutions at future council meeting. JUDGE LIGHTS TABER (HNS) The Christ- as lighting contest will be dged here over Christmas nd Boxing Day and lights lould be left on, chamber of- cials stressed. Indian Affairs grants clarified by Korchinski CABDSTON Regional Sup- erintendent of Education Emil Korchinski of the department of Indians affairs clarifies facts and figures in the Kainai News regarding education of Indian children. Mr. Korchinski says in 1957 capital contribution of was made to the C a r d s t o school division to provide fo accommodation of 150 India mpils. "Before a further capital con ribution to the Cardston schoo division was India larents from the Blood reserv lad already enrolled 604 pupil 01 the Cardston system. "In Fort Macleod, Indian par nts were sending 184 pupils t ehcol before the department o ndian affairs considered mak ng a capital contribution. Will uch numbers of pupils oiled, the school systems re uested a contribution from the epartment. Under these cir umstances the request was easonable. "When negotiating a capita Walker's Special Old agreement with the school divi- sions, the department receives a commitment from Uiat divi- sion to accept a certain number of pupils. At present, there are 703 Indian pupils enrolled in the Cardston school division. "The department's capital contribution to date has been for 790 pupils places. "At Fort Macleod, the depart- ment has purchased places for 350 pupils with a capital con- tribution of There are now 270 enrolled at Fort Mac- leod. This represents total capi- tal contributions of approxi- mately made to these two school divisions over the years 19574969 inclusive. look at the attendance pat- tern on the Blood Reserve shows that pupils arc at- tending provincial schools off the reserve and 589 attending federal day schools on the re- serve. What is planned for expen- diture on the reserve is: kin- dergarten block class- room block al St. Mary's 000; in addition to the above, approxtoaetly is spent annually on capital equip- "Before comparing the f gures, one should consider tha the half million planned psnditure to provide additiona facilities on the reserve doe not mark a beginning nor a end to the provision of schoo facilities on the reserve no does it include expenditures in excess of million mad over Ihe years 1957-1969 inclu sive for existing one-reservi school facilities. "S e v e r a 1 questions were raised about the quality o school construction with regar( to federal schools. We plan to construct permanent buildings of good quality. "The kindergarten classroom block planned for Blood-Stand off is of the most modern de- sign. The Indian people were involved in its planning and i includes the accommodation which a thorough study of en rolment projections indicate! would be required. "All planning for school facii itics (whether on or off re serve) for the Indian children of the Blood and all other Re- serves in Alberta will be made ment and repair, upkeep and only with full consultation with maintenance of equipment. i the Indian people." School choruses slug carols December 21 TABER (HNS) The 16th annual school carol festival will be held at 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 21, at the W. R. Myers ligh School auditorium. It will include choir and cho- by eight local singing jroups in addition to the con- ventional singing of Chrislmas carols by the audience. Hell G. Francis, vice-princi- pal of W. R. Mj'ers High School will be master of ceremonies, with Mrs. Vema Bodie accom- panist on a Hammond organ provided tlirough courtesy of Heinlzman and Co. of Lelh- bridge. A silver collection will he taken. The public is cordially invited to attend and partici- pate in the Chrislmas spirit. Electoral area picks Phillips By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRANBROOK Incumbent lirector for Electoral Area A, legional District of East Kool- Hiram Walker's Special Old Canadian Whisky wins .taste, wins on smoothness, wins "on popularity. Make yours Special Old. You can't lose. The Winner. sugar queen o drive car or one year By IIOSS GIDH Herald News Service TABER (HNS) Use of a new car for one year is one of tbe rewards offered to Ta- ber's Queen of the S'ugar Festi- val being slaged Jan. 22 and 23. Larry Campbell says a condi- tion is Ihal at least four girls arc sponsored for the title. Fes- tival chairman Bill Orfino ad- vised lo-dato only the sugar beet growers and the Taber Lions Club have indicated the? J IIHVP nonlpnders. Santa Glaus Day is Dec. 19. Santa will arrive at the recrca lion ccnfre at noon and will give gifts to children from noon j to 1 p.m. and to 3 p.m. i with assistance from Taber's i volunteer firemen. Boys and girls will be gnesls of Tabor merchants al free shows at Uie Tower Theatre commencing at 1 and ,1 p.m. Shops will remain open until 9 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 2.1. The chamber council agreed 10 again support reprcsenla enay, George Fedorek was de- feal'cd in the recent election, bowing lo Lloyd Phillips of Hosmer, news editor of the Fernie weekly newspaper, who won 79 to 51. Tliis huge most easterly strip of East Koolcnay, from Elk River headwater lo the Mon- tana boundary and from the Al- berta border to Morrissey west of Fernie, has 5GG qualified voters. Separately represented iu the area are Fenu'e cily and Spar- wood Dislrict. each naming ils own RDEK director from ils elected officers. The electoral area contains Ihe articulate land proteclive associalion opposing Ihe con- Iroversial RDEK zoning bylaw which would allow only Iwo ur- ban areas, I h e 45 miles Glk Valley lenglh preventing small parcel land use. It also includes West Fernie on Fcmic city doorstep which had the major voting strength. Polls were at Wcsl Fernie. Hosmer a few miles cast of Fernie and at for the scattered small rural voters the length of Elk Valley. Elk River junction wilh the-Kool- cnay liivcr is west of Electoral A border in Electoral area B, which cover South Country in- cluding Libby Dam pondage area. lions by Norman A. Long for clearance with Uie highways department necessary for the creel ion of a motor hotel de- velopmenl south of Highway 3 west of lown, Access from No. 3 highway is a requisite. Slow progress COALDALE (HNS) Work- on the new sewer lift slation. councillor LcHon Low reported recently, is progressing slowly because of various delays. Machinery to backfill around j the station is awaited. Some union men arc needed to per-1 form Una connection work.' tournament Saturday, Dec. This event will sec teams from Taber, Brooks, Vauxhall and ace Pals. Coach is Paul Rakos. The New Year's 10 vc Ball be- gins with music by Mill Ivcrson and the Taber Townsmen. All women will receive corsages at Bow Island facing off in the play-downs al and p.m. with the finals at j Ihc door, p.m. Cordon II. Hacking After a one-day rest period, tournament chairman. the complex will again come Monday, Dec. Taber Fig- alive with activity. S'larting at lire Skating Club will display p.m., the auditorium will accommodate a huge crowd for figure skating, commencing at p.m. This will feature the Misses Deborah Stimson and Mickey Brown as well as the talents of the Misses Heather Boyle and Suzanne McDonald. Twenty four other skaters will perform. The ribbon-cutting ceremony is set for Tuesday Dec. 29 at p.m. Confirmation has been re- ceived that a camera crew rep- resenting Hockey Canada will be training their cameras and microphones on all activities the presentation of "A Night lo Dream the Impossible Dream." In this film presentation and program night, local talent and performers will initiate the stage facilities on the new hall. The W. R. Myers High School stage band and school chorus will entertain, a 80-voice chil- dren's community chorus will sing, and other numbers will include a popular male quar- tet, a women's double trio and soloists. Films will be of ap- propriate local scenes and peo- ple. throughoul Ihe complex. A number of federal, provin- j Saturday Taber Palace Chefs cial, and local governmenl rep- i will host their first annual se- resentatives will be present for nior tournament. Games will the banquet which will be scrv-1 be played at 3 and 9 p.m., with ed at p.m. in the Ihe final at 2 p.m. Sunday, urn. This is a a plate supper. Teams will be the Medicine P r i o r to the ribbon cutting Hat All Stars, Lethbridge minor hockey players and fig- j M and K All Stars, Circle Hill ure skaters will be on the ice. j Coronas, and Taber Palace At 8 p.m. the figure skaters will entertain. Visitors will see a karate demonstration, ballroom danc- ing, figure skating, minor hockey, tap dancing, arts and crafts and a fish and game dis- play. Entertainment in the hall will be by the famous Taber Ger- man Band. By 9 p.m. the News Media tackles members of the building and finance commit- tees aided by recrealion board members to a three-period puck contest. A Taber Chefs oldtimers' hockey game will be held Wed- nesday, Dec. 30 at p.m. Such past performers as Stan Haxwell, Merle Pickelt, Ken UcDonald, Blair McNeely and Dick Cusson will take to the ice ,o do battle wilh Ihe Taber Pal- Chefs. Dressing rooms too small says Edmonton. COALDALE (HNS) A pro- vincial department of health ruling is the reason for the de- lay in construction of the Coal- dale and Districl S'porlplex. Councillor Ben Reimer in- formed council recenlly Ihe de- partment wants the dressing rooms enlarged. They must bo large enough to accommodate the pool capacity which is 267. SCHEDULE "A" t SKETCH SHOWfNS THE LOCATION }f THE AFFECTED EFFECTIVE DATE JANUARY I, 1971 AFFECTED AREAtS) pff..; r PiNCHER CREEK Tfi 6 R, 30 W. 4 M. TOWN OF PiNCHER CREEK In the mailer of Ihe Town of Pincher Creek By- Law No. 1148 being a by-law lo amend By-Low No. 1109, being a by-law with respect to zoning for Ihe Town of Pincher Creek, TAKE NOTICE THAT on Monday, Ihe 28th 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 Ihe 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 under the heading 'Transitional T-l' by incorporating into the By-Law the affected area as shown on Ihe accom- panying sketch and described as follows: "Thai portion of the north-east 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 Ihe subdivision on Plan Pincher Creek 1505 JK, and to the west of the easterly 640 feet of the said quarter AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that a copy of the proposed By-Law may be inspected at the Office of the Secretary-Treasurer in the Town Half during nor- mal office hours. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE thaf any person wishing (o moke representation concerning the pro- posed by-low shall first file a written submission with the Secretary-Treasurer not later than o'clock noon of Thursday, the 24th day of December, 1970. DATED at the Town of Pincher Creek this 16th day of December, 1970. TERRY LYON. Secretary-Treasurer, TOWN OF PINCHER CREEK. ;