Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
thrilled by choir singing at Coaldale Jnlurrlciy, Dcccmbnr 17, 1770 THE IHTORIDGr HTUAID 3 clinic By MARY TYMHimSKI Ilcrak! News Service COALDALE About persons attended each of the two evenings ot the 20th annua Carol Festival sponsored b> the Coaldale Home and Sclioo Association. It was staged in the Kate Andrews High School auditor! um. Twenty-one groups sang anc played 45 Christmas selections Chairman for the first evening was Charles Voth, president of 11 association, welcomed ever one. Song leader for audicnc carol singing was Dick Hun phreys. As participation was F great, it is impossible to mei lion everyone In these tw Uirilling festival performance Some of tlie highlights: While By My Sheep and Come, 0 Come Emmanuel wa sung by the Lelhbridge Lake view M e n n o n i t e Brcthre Church Male Choir. II e n Krause was the director (1 Miss Barbara Willms pianis for this highlight, e The final scleclions for Ihc i- first evening were Do Yol Hear What I Hear? Christina.' o Stands for Love and Tiny Kinj by the Kate Andrews lligl o School Choir directed by Mist, Lily Larter and Miss Linda Linger as accompanist. 0 Steve Sleinko was chairman s of the second evening. Address of welcome was given by Mrs n B. Donkersgocd. The song y leader was Walter L. Harvey conducted Ihc Baker School Band in 0 Canada followed with Christinas March and Sounds of Christinas. Tlic John Davidson Scuo At the Manger and The Little Drummer Boy by the Grades 1, 2 and specia education classes under the dircc ion of Mrs. Jennie Emery. Hie i-ard Thiessen and Lyndon Gos-sen were the drummers. Accompanist was Mrs. Walter Goerzcn. C r a d e 3 studcn s presented Guatemalan Slumber Pinclier iiai O PINCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek Fish am Game Association will sponsor the local Junior Forest Wardens. Meetings for both the Fish and Game members and the Forest Wardens will be held in the Junior Forest Wardens' Hall The election of fish and club spong oificers for Die following yea was as follows: Dave Simpsoi president; Tex Brule, vice-prus ident and treasurer; Can Hicks, secretary; Jake Srnitl big game; Bob Lyons, pubh city; Bent Darngaard, member ship; El.mer McNellis, fish Jack Appleby, trophy commil Junior FOJ r The annual awards night will be held in March. Members who were success-1 ful in obtaining big game and fish trophies and were merrr-- bars prior to Sept. 1 will je eligible for the competition. Plans will be made at the Feb. 9 fish and game meeting for the award Wardens There was a misconception by some people (hat the fis i and game club had formed the root-hills Protective Association this fall. The Foothills Protective Association was started by the farmers themselves to protect their rights as landowners and control hunting on their lane m wl 1 Roundup of District News 1 :v iSJrXrS 78 convictions TABER (HNS) Local juvenile offenders were noted in the November report of Ta-ber's police department. A total of 78 convictions included 14 cases under the Criminal Code, 52 under the provincial highway traffic act and 12 under the Alberta Liquor Control Act. Regarding the latter, police chief Hacking said "these offences were mainly for illegal possession charges and resulted from minors being checked at local high school dances." In connection with the variety of Criminal Code cases, Mr. Hacking said; "Concerning the theft of goods over the value of during the night of Nov. 8 two local youths, one a juvenile, stole a car from Canadian Sugar Factories parking lot and headed east. These two subjects were arrested Moose Jaw city police an the following morning the were found in possession of th stolen car." Of the 52 convictions unde the highway traffic act, 39 wer for speeding and included nu merous farmers trucks durin the beet harvest, picked up o Highway 3 by police car radar Police investigated 14 moto vehicle accidents, many due t icy streets. Total damage re ported was with foui mishaps over the repor able limit, and there was n personal injury. Police also reported on the of a coin collection by two lo cal juvenile boys, and of shoplifting by six high school stu dents during noon hours, a well as other thefts involvin youths. Pee wee tourney TABER (HNS1) Plans ar being made, with recreatio board approval, for a 32-team pee wee hockey tournamen here during next Easter wee holiday. The tourney is sponsored b the local minor hockey assoc: ation. Requests for registration received from a number of teams in Edmonton and one from California. Two T a b e .r teams will see action at the meet. The tournament, along with other activities including a Jay-cees broomball tourn a m e n t April 4, requires the holding of ice during the first 12 days of April. Elk shot NATAL (HNS) Jim Musi] of the Elk Valley reports taking a prize elk near his uncle's farm in the Elk Valley. He anticipates a 355 Boon and Crockett score for the head. The measurements have been submitted to the East Koote nay Big Game Trophy Association and the trophy entered in the annual association's competition. CWL meets NATAL (HNS) The Catholic Women's League donated towards the new church building. Plans were completed for two socials, Boxing Day, and New Year's Eve, Dec. 31. Mrs. Mary Putich, an for many years who is leaving to live at Kelowna, B.C., was honored with a fare well gift. Sparwood is hot NATAL (HNS) Playing in exhibi t i o n basketball at the Sparwood High School auditorium S'parwood Seniors recorded their fifth straight win in handing the Blairmore Seniors a defeat by 75-56. Leading the winners were Dave Roberge and Lilio Colon-elle with 19 points each, followed by Doug Chala who registered 16 points and Jackie Beard with 13. Cimolini wins NATAL (HNS) Playing in the annual Coleman Curling Club open mixed bonspiel recently, the S i r o Cimolini rink, Myrtle Cerny, Leonard Polak and Vera Cimolini, won the A event. They won 15 silver dollars each. The Sid Wiwehar rink, Betty Dufour, Buster Dufour and Val-Jie Quarin, won third in the B event. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITIR AGENCIES 1TD. ESTABHSHED 1911 lower Floor 5174thAve. S. Phone REPAIRS BEST FAST x CHEAP SHOE HOSPITAL 331 lllh Street Cliffoi COALDALE (HNS) Rev. Michael Clifford of St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church here was recently honored by surprised A pot luck dinner was held following Sunday morning Mass to mark the occas ion. It was held in the St. Joseph's School auditorium. Father Clifford was presented a television set. Making the presentation on behalf of the parish congregation was Mrs. J. B. R. S'tadddn, president of the Catholic Women's League. The senior choir provided several selections. A short program was staged by the St. Joseph's students. 1 SHOPPERS... 1 H Once again The Marquis Hotel-has made avail- able a Meeting and Relaxing Lounge for your 1 convenience when shopping downtown! 1 JUST INQUIRE AT THE DESK! King, Berg trophies COALDALE (HNS) SPECIAL FAMILY RATES now available far out- 1 H of-fown shopping Only father pays! riuk carries colors TABER (HNS) Pauline loagen's rink from Foremost will represent tire Taber district n regional playdowns at Leth-bridge in January. Hoagen's foursome nosed out Jean Roth, also of Foremost, in he tourney hosted at. the Taber irena by Taber Ladies Curling Ulub recently. Roth, winner of he B event, won the first game, jut A event winner Hoagen "ante forward to win the se-ies. Teams entered were Rose 'allman and Ollie Bertie of the 'aber Club, Marilyn Thorson of iovf Island and Grace Nelson, i Jow Island along with the win- i ing Foremost quads. 1 Phone 327-3191 for Reservations 1 1 MARQUIS HOTEL 1 1 Located in the Heart of Downtown lethbridge trophies for 20 years' service in the Coaldale Volun-eer Fire Brigade. The awards were made at the annual Firemen's Banquet in the Coaldale Community Hall. Presentations were made by Joe Van-Tol. Catering was by the Sunbeam Sewing Circle of the Coaldale Mcnnonite Conference Church. Mr. King has been Coaldale's ire chief for the 20-year period. Ir. Berg has been an active nember of the volunteer lire jrigade. Wives Mrs. Phyllis King and Irs. Rose Berg were presented rchid corsages. John Kroker was master of 1 ceremonies. About 75 persons at- ended. And A Happy New Year h our wish (o our many customers ond friends. Our t lonks, too, for the privilege of serving so many of you during the posl 21 years that we hove been in business in Picture Bulte. We also takn this oppor unify to remind you that we ore shareholders in IINK HARDWARE WHOLESALE CO, and UNITED HARDWARE WHOIESALERS ITD. and as a result we ars able to purchase equally as as the Inrger .sforfis in Lethbridge. The end result to our cus omers fs the fact that we THE LOWEST PRICES lo bo found in tlio Hardwars trade every day of the NEWS These Are i The Lcthbridge Herald I Correspondents In Your Area PINCHER CREEK AND BROCKET KORINE YEUOW HORN of Christmas merchandise: TOYS GAMES GIFTWARE ELECTRICAL -ADMIRAL APPLIANCES FURNITURE -FOOTWEAR and WORK CLOTHING Plus a Completo Hardware CREEK MRS. EDWARD IUNN (Specie Carmpondenl) 5gx 213 Toy Clearance ]Q% to 15% PAUL ANDJR5EN P 0 Box MRS. ALICE HACK! General Delioery WE ACCEPT GRAIN IN TRADE CAMPBELL HARDWARE PICTURE MRS. FRANCIS MUHIER P.O. Box 329, Milk River COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI Box 1005 tlicsft people for your Dlslricl Nowi or Classified Sonj; and Liltic liclls of Christ-1 man enrol, Ks 1st Bin Ros mas with Mrs. Dorothy Picker-1 Entsprungen. ing dirediiig. The Coaldale Mennonitc Con- ference Church Choir, directed by Henry Martens, sang Brightest and Best and a Ger- Jji closing Mr. Sleniko re- quested the choir to remain on the stage in singing witli the audience the carol Silent Holy Nighl. McLeod, Witesel, Qstby move up to Co alls Cubs CO UTTS (HNS) At a Christmas party gathering of the Brownies, Guides, Rangers, Cubs and Scouts, services stare v ere presented and enrolments Look place. Tliree Chums, Jim Me i e o d, Tommy Witesel and Ronnie Osl- ty, were enrolled in the Cub pack and given their Tenderpad Badges. 120 days sick leave approved COALDALE (HNS) Work- ing conditions for town em- ployees were approved by coun- cil recently: employees can ac- cumulate sick leave at the rate of one day per month to a total of 120 days at full pay. Life in- surance and health insura nee premiums are the employees re- sponsibility. Councillor in charge must ap- prove and sign all purchase or- ders. No town equipment shall be rented or loaned except by coun- cil approval at a council meet- ing. Cubs presented with service stars: Leonard Sibley, Bradley Hackc, Terry Peterson, Daryl Peterson, Dennis Robinson, Hob- by Grant, Danny McLeod, Barry Larson and Randy Wiens. Tlrere has been no Scout troop for the past two years. If was reorganized when Scoutmas t e r Gordon Peterson enrolled Allis- ter Mills, Scott Tolleslrup, Terry Tollestrup, Duane Wite- sel and Ivan Karsten. Brownies, Guides and Ran- ges gathered for an enrolment. Mrs. Helen Jones, southern area commissioner from Wren- tham, enrolled the follow i n g leaders: Mrs. Karen Trchub, Drownies; Mrs. Minnie Meila- font, Guides; and Mrs. Ise Sib- Icy. Rangers. Three Rangers were present- ed with service stars: Marilyn Karsten, one year; Geraldine Whitesel, six-year; and Lori Mi- nor, seven year. Brownies presented The Night Before Christmas. TO SEE LIGHTS TABER (HNS) Operation Lights Beautiful will take place here from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday, when residents of Clearview Lodge will lour the town's Christmas-decorated streets, under lly .MI1.KS SjH'dal CoiTesjiomlcnl C K AN B H 0 OK IG- months old I'Oast Kootenay Mental Health Clinic, which has 130 to 140 active cases, is again at half staff, never yet having icachcd full staff. Objective staff team is psy- i chiatrist, which the unit has never had, a psychologist, a psychiatric social worker, and j a mental health nurse. j Illness of psychologist R a y- mond Goloff has necessitated his resignation diminishing the unit's diagnostic function. So- j cial worker James Brown and i mental health nurse Pat O'Neill i are now the entire professional! staff, though efforts toward full I staff have not diminished. Kast Koolenay has nn pri- vately practising psychiatrist, with nearest availability Trail, LethbridfZe or Calgary on n pri- vate basis. Only one of the six school districts, Kimbcrley, has a staff school psychologist. Eagles aid home NATAL (HNS) A grant of Si.000 from the Jimmy Durante Children's Fund of the Frater- nal Order of Eagles will be pre- sented to the B.C. Provincial Aerie Chrisholm Dormitory Fund Feb. 5, 1971, at the Pa- cific Northwest Regional Con- ference at Seattle, Wash. 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