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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mondtiy, December 20, 1971 THE IETHDRIDGE HtRAlD 3 NEW BANK OPENS MIA Charles Drain makes the first deposit in the new Royal Bank of Canada at Blair- more which had its official opening recently. Decoux Photo Michel native son to Supreme Court SPARWOOD (HNS) A former resident of Michel, Harry McKay, son of Mr. and CONSERVATION LOTTERY Early Bird Winner of JIM HOOVER Tickcl No. D9672 131 Roselanr! Village Edmonton, Alberta Tickel Seller BEN WALKER E.C.P. Fish and Game Assoc. ADDITIONAL EARLY BIRD DRAW JAN. 15, 1972 FINAL 26, 72 Prizes: 1st 1972 Ford Truck and Camper; Value 2nd 9'z h.p. Evinrude motor 3rd Yamoho 100 c.c. Trail Bike 4th Springbok 14' Boat 5th 6 h.p. Evinrude Molor 6lti Springbok 12' Boat 7th CY Air two return tickets to Whilehorse 8th C.I.L. .270 Rifle 9th Winchester 12 Gouge Stiolgun lOlh 5100 fishing rod, reel Tickets Available From Your Local FISH AND GAME ASSOC. or ALBERTA FISH AND GAME ASSOCIATION 212 8631 109 St., EDMONTON PROCEEDS TO CONSERVATION Mrs. Walter McKay, recently was appointed to the British Columbia Supreme Court. Mr. Justice McKay was horn at Michel in ]925. He received his early education there. He served five years with the Canadian Army, four overseas. After receiving his honorable discharge, he returned to Mi- chel and worked for two months District doings Dance planned (CNP Bureau) The Maplo-Vuc community association is making plans for a New Year's Eve Dance and social to be held in the Maple- View Community Hal'. Dec. 31 at p.m. Admission is by invitation only and tickets can be ob- tained from any of tltc com- mittee members. raised COALDALE (HNS) About was raised for the Coal- dale Sporisplex kitchen fund by the St. Ambrose Church Cath- olic Women's Leapie. A doll with a complete ward- robe was raffled. Winner was Sharon Tymensen. At a recent meeting of the CWL, Father Michael McCabe gave a spiritual talk. He urged those present to make Christ- mas a truly Christian feast. A donation was given to the Salvation Army for Christmas hampers. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, Jan. 4. Sing for camera COALDALE (HNS) The R. I. Baker School Happy Wan- derers singing group will per-' form at 5 p.m. on CJOC-TV Fri- day, Dec. 24. This group of girls is direct- ed by Dick Humphreys, music teacher at the school. They will sing Christmas so-, lections. j Alliance Church ONE OF MILLIONS Disease, hunger and sorrow. This is the plight of the East Pakistan refugees. Your Cup of Milk Fund' donations will help people like this woman whose home and family have all gone. To survive in a refugee camp is a desperate struggle. Send your donation lo Cup of Milk Fund, tethbridge Herald. Fernie hospital gets go-ahead FERN1E Approval in prin- ciple has been received from B.C. Hospilal Insurance Ser- vices, planning and construc- ings for a new single 66-; bed hospital. The. hospital will be located, on property bordering the golf] and tne Fernic Motor division of schematic draw-, Bourse Inn. A great deal of planning has Christmas concert Tuesday By .NANCY 31IU5S Sji'jcinl Correspondent CRANfinOOK Easl Koote- nay Health Unit medical officer and secretary Dr. .1. M. Hopper has received his East Koote- flicir licences re- yet to be done with construction nay Union Board of Health sup- 1 to begin in the fall j port in recommendations to- w'ard raising care standards in scheduled of 1972. The complex is being planned some public private com- for tlic future and its facilities nninity care facilities, will be very modern and up to date. Total cost is expected to iiave voked. Privately operate homes for Ihc eldc mosl criticism. Their clientele is principally those ineligible for physical reasons of self-care for the TARKIl (UN'S) Alberta's first ''triple cro-.vn" has c'jme to Tahcr. The winner is unpretentious Kick Ki-ko, farmer and part-time oil rig worker, who on April 'E< last, rescued three people from a downcrl and huming light plane in sotllh 'Riber. The Bronze Medal of the Royal Canadian Humane As- facialion. the Lite of .MbiTla fiold Medal, and the Carnegie Hero Fund Medal alunp with a grant of S75U tram the fund, have been awarded Mr. ireko fur his outstanding coniribnlion to the saving of lives of olhrrs. Thi.s i.s the first time tint an I Alberian lias won the tince honors. Citations will he read, and the medals will be presented by Alberta Licutcnanl-Ciovcr- r.or Grant W. MacEwan al an i n v c s t i tnre at Government House, Edmonton, at 2 p.m. Tuesday, January 4, 1S72. Mr. and Mrs. Feko will at- boarding j receiver! I investiture. CliniSTMAS C'AliD community-operated boarding j MONARCH (HNS) A large homes which are not staffed I Christmas card in the entry to for nursing care. ilie post office i.s for Monarch Dr. Hopper s report cmpha- i and district residents lo add Inspection for licensing has sized East Kootcnay's need for their greetings to their neigh- be approximately .1 oIKre c in the coal mine. He then went spanvood was o veterans' school at Victoria a( I lo gain Ms senior malricula- lion. The next two years were spent at Victoria University af- ter which he attended the Uni- versity of B.C. Me obtained his degree in law in 195K He articled in Vancouver with J. M. Streight, moving tn Fernie in 1952. He left Femie in 1956 to New Westminster where he became a partner in the firm of Streight, Kelly and McKay. He returned to Kernie in 1957 where he entered into a part- nership with F. C. Hislop. Mr. .Justice McKay was elect- ed a Liberal member of the British Columbia legislature in I960 and held the seat until 1966. At this time the Fernie seat was eliminated by a re- distribution which combined the Fernie and Cranbrook rid- ings. At the time of his appoint- ment. Judge McKay was county court judge of Nanaimo and lo- cal judge of the Supreme Court. Mr. Justice McKay was mar- ried at Victoria to the former Jean Hooker of Nelson. B.C., in 1947. They have three chil- dren. NATAL (HNS) The Alli- ance Church, established al or- B; Pastor Daryl Henke serves both groups. There are about 20 members of the congregation and the Sunday School services about 25 youngsters. Church parley FORT MACLEOD (Special) j The communication division of South Alberta Presbytery, United Church, under the di- rection of chairman. Mrs. Betty Meyers of Coaldale, con- ducted a workshop on com- munication. Teaching the 17 church lead- ers was Ralph Milton of Cal- gary. Mr. Milton is responsible for church communication in Alberta and northern Saskatch- ewan. While hired by the United Church, he works with inter- faith groups and ministerial as- sociations. He will be in Lcth- bridge again early in the new j year to assist the Ministerial Association set up commmiica- j lion programs. MAGRATH (UN'S) The Magrath Elementary School Christmas concert will be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. The program will failure I wo operettas. Thirty five Grade pupils, under the direction of Nada Pilling, will present Mis- er's Dream. The combined Grade 5 and 6 classes, totalling 95 students will present The Choir Boy Who Couldn't Sing. Director will be George Taylor. All participating .s t u dents will have appropriate costumes provided by the parents. There will be no charge for the public to attend. Mr. Taylor said this is the first conceit of this type in some time for the Magrafh area and said be hopes lite community citizens will take advantage of the opportunity to support the youth. Insurance firm NATAL agency of Tabcr's Insurance Agencies recently enanged hands and came under new manage- ment. The new agency is now known as the Kingston Insur- ance Agencies Ltd.. and is managed by James M. Convey. an intermediate care institution bors and friends. Donations are providing nursing care for being received for the Rain- transferred from social service to the health depart- ment and licences must be re-j those partially unable to care j School, who in turn newed annually. Facilities in- j for themselves, but not eligible use it for mission purposes. elude boarding homes for the i for hospilalization or hospital) elderly, kindergartens, nursery extended care facilities. schools, homes for the retard- ed, and day care centres. Only per ronl of the faci- lities will be automatically re- licenced on inspection basis, while certain improvements will be required for continued Cranbrook Hospital East Kootenay's only extended care unit and it.s t.vbed addi- tion under construction will bring its capacity up to 50 per- sons within the next few months. However its occupancy licensing for 60 per cent, and since opening has been just a the remaining five per cent i shade under 100 per cent. JYIorc dislricl oil page 15 When it comes to holiday driving, Santa Clans has a little magic going for him. EIGHT LIGHTS MONARCH (HNS) The hamlet of Monarch received a USES HOST Christmas gift early as Calgary In 1968. industry used about 58 j Power crews worked recently per cent of the total energy installing eight new street available in Canada. I lights. Shopping hours PINC11ER CREEK (Spcciall. The retail merchants of j Pincher Creek have signified they will have special shopping I hours over the festive season, j Wednesday, Dec. 22. and Wednesday, Dec. 29, will sec them staying open until B p.m. Thursday, Dec. 23, and Thursday. Dec. 30. they will open until R p.m. Friday, Dec. 24, and Friday Dec. 31, they will open until 6 p.m. They will close Dec. 25, 26, 27, and Jan. 1, 2 and 3. Surprise them with a Smith-Corona in December ff and they may surprise you with better grades in June! After the holidays your leenagers face a mighty lough year. That's when a Smith-Corona can start look- ing like the greatest Christmas present ever. With our eleclric poriable, lor instance, they can learn to type twice as fast as writing by hand. Their spelling can improve too. (A typed word that's misspelled just begs to be corrected.) Thinking can get a jolt also, because a typewriter can accept ideas as fast as they come up. And then a quiet little miracle called Organization con occur. When that happens, pride, confidence and self-esteem con gain a toehold. So wilh o litlle application plus ability, needless to say) your leenogers' school work could very wel Why buy a Smilh-Corona? Because all lype writers ore not the some, that's why. We in vile you lo compare a Smilh-Coronn o gainst any other typewriters lo prove it. Compare durability, portability, features. Com pore years of experience in actually "makir typewriters especially eleclric No wonder more people in the world buy 5m Corona Electric Portables than any other. And v you should too. Our dealer Post Office Box 938, Lethbridge. STAN WORBOYS. Preiident nth Street Shopping Mali Phone (403) 328-7411 WE THINK WE MAKE BETTER STUDENTS WE "KNOW" WE MAKE BETTER TYPEWRITERS! This is our 22nd year of selling SCM products UTHBRIDGE PLEASE NOTE: All warranty work is looked after right CM our store no sending away for same. The rest of us don't Down here, on terra lirma, there's nothing ho-ho-ho about driving, kspeeially ill leslive limes like the holiday season. I h.ii's why we he loo busy to look oiler things. Keep vour IYII in top-nok h shape, and keep .in eye on yourself, loo. Moderalion is Ihc key lo enjoying life's pleasures, whether your pleasure is spoils, gala din- ing, or loasling Ihc holidays wilh your friends. We're sure Mr. Cl.nis would ,ignv. ;