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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Peigans responsible for fire protection PINCIIEK CHEEK (Special Pinclicr Creek Fire Bri gade no longer serves the Pei gan reserve. The MD of Pincher Creek notified members that the fir. truck would no longer be avail able for fires on the Peigan Re Pharis named reeve PINCHER CREEK (Special) the recent re organiza- tional meeting of the P i n cher Creek MD council, Hilton Phar- is was named reeve for a thirc consecutive one year term. Gordon Stuckey will serve as deputy reeve. Committee heads and repre- sentatives were also chosen anc they will act as follows: agri- cultural service board, T. V. Hammond; Chinook Health Unit, Hilton Pharis; Willow Creek Claresholm Auxi 1 i a r y Hospital District, Hilton Pharis and Hugh Ferguson; St. Vin- cent's Hospital advisory board, T. V. Hammond; Crest view Lodge, T. V. Hammond; Old- man River Regional Planning Commission, Hugh Fergus o n; fire and ambulance, Gordon S'ltickey; recreation board, Gor- don Stuckey; farm pure base board, Otto Fischbuch. Coaldale boiispiel dates set COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale. Annual Curling Bon- spiel will be held the evenings of Jan. 21 to 24 in the Coaldale Curling Rink. Entry fee is including a banquet. Entry deadline is Jan. 18. All entries and inquiries should be made to the Southern Regional Recreation office in Box 869, Coaldale or phone 345-3746 from 9 a.m, to 1 p.m. Mondays to Fridays or 345-4549. The first 32 rinks will be ac- cepted. serve as it was felt the Peigan Band was now "sufficiently or- ganized to operate its own fire service." At the present time, the am- bulance service to the Peigan Reserve is only available at tin request of the police. The Pincher brigade, u n d e Firo Chief Archie Petrone, i: made up of 17 volunteers win maintain a 24 hour telephone service as well as man fire en gines and provide ambulance service. Justly proud, the firemen re port attendance at regular bri gade practices and meetings showed seven men attended al sessions, four men 95 per cent four men 90 per cent, and two men 85 per cent. Several thousand dollars property was destroyed by an arsonist. The Alberta Fire Commissioners investigat i o n staff was active and police pa- trols were increased at night for several weeks. Relief Society holds social MAGRATH (HNS) Ma- grath First Ward Relief Society held a Christmas social on the homemaking day. Mrs. Ruth Taylor conducted the following program: solo- Mrs. R. McClung; piano chimes J. A. Ririe; duet Mrs. Jim Cook and Mrs. Gerry Bennett; Christmas story Mrs. Watson Ririe; medley of carols Mrs. Dave Lowry; humorous reading Mrs. S. C. Brewerton. Lunch was served by Mrs. Don Marker and assistants. An exchange of favorite Christmas deserts was enjoyed later. Mrs. McClung deomonstrated Christmas decorations while Mrs. Addie Bourne gave In- structions on making Rope earls. Mrs. Glen Fletcher accom- panied singing. Pack cookies WRENTHAM (HNS) At ,he December meeting of the Velfare Circle of the Wrentham Community Church the mem- icrs packed over 90 little plas- ic fruit baskets of cookies. They were distributed to the jatients of the Alberta Provin- cial Hospital in Raymond and o shut-ins and senior citizens iresently residing or having ived in the district. Following the business mect- ng the members had an cx- hange of Christmas baking. Rink open WREN T H A M Wrenlham skating (HNS) rink has teen open for skating since the first day of December. Preparations carried out to level off the ground before the flooding has greatly compen- sated for the present sheet of ice. A work bee was held recently to repair the boards around the ice surface and to replace the players' benches. KINSMEN AID 5PORTPLEX The Coal dole Kinsmen Club presents o cheque of to the Coaldale Sporlplex Fund. Doug Ober, Kinsmen president, left, made the presentation which was accepted by Mayor A. F. Blakie, centre, ond Bill Holmes chairman of the Sportplex Fund. Tymburski Photo Christmas concert WRENTHAM (HNS') The annual Christmas concert of the Wrentham Elementary and Junior High -School will be held in the school auditorium Tues- day, Dec. 22, at p.m. Card posted WRENTHAM (HNS) The Wrentham Lions Community Christmas card is again posted in the post office. Residents who wish to make a donation are asked to sign the card and to deposit their donation in the box provided. Money received goes toward the Grade 9 scholarship fund. Pot-luck supper WRENTHAM (HNS) Wrentham LDS Church held its annual pot-luck supper in the church recently. Heard were a duet by Owen Selk on the piano and Allan Erickson on the mouth organ, and duet by Mr. and Mrs. Al- an Erickson on the clairnet and piano. Tour Calgary PINCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek Legion Cadets, commanded by C a p t. Ernest Shemko, toured Calgary Forty cadets and four offi- cers toured the Aquarium and Horse mans Hall of Fame. They also took in the show at the Calgary Planetarium. Plans are being made to visit the Husky Tower and the Zoo sometime in February. The corps is looking for more boys. Any boy 13 or older can join. There is no cost to the par- ents. Parades are held in the Legion basement, Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Cubs celebrate WRENTHAM (HNS) The First Wrentham Cub Pack had a double birthday celebration at their weekly meeting recent- ly when the mothers of cubs, Danny Slovak and Carson Mueller, delighted the pack with birthday cakes and treats. Pay visit BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Constables Wan-en Cecchini of Cowichan Lake Pete suggest you START YOUR MODULAR MUSIC SYSTEM wilh 1his multiplex radio with automatic record changer diamond needle and twin full throated speakers equipped with stereo head phono jack, inputs and outpuls for a stereo cassette-recorder. Handsome oiled walnut cabinetry with smoked glass dust cover. Just in lime for Christmas 239.50 Less Christmas Discount Elks hold party for Lawson of Vancouver were re- cent visitors at the home of the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cecchini of Blairmore. To Hawaii WRENTHAM (HNS) Douglas Greeno of Wrentham, accompanied his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon liners Other systems start at 169.00 or you can move up in easy stages to the glamorous breath-taking sound of a Telefunken modular system at 1330.00 Hear Them All in Bert Mac's Hcmc-y Stereo lounge downtown on Seventh Sireel. Forty years of electronic know-how will help you to put together the modular system to suit your home and purse. Downtown on Seventh St. BERT t-MAC'S FOR STEREO COMPONENTS Phono 327-3232 327-5560 MASINASIN (HNS) Sixt) five guests were present at Christmas party here wbe members of the Order of th Royal Purple, Milk River lodg 64 entertained senior cit zens and bachelors. Members of the B.P.O.E. No 225 provided transportation fo those who needed rides. Sixtee dinners were also delivered t shut-ins who were unable to a! tend. The hall was beautifully dec orated for the occasion b members of the O.O.R.P. an Kinsmen Club. Table decora tions were made by Mrs. Ralp (Vonda) Tolley. Each gues was presented with a nut cu made by Honored Hoyal Lad Millie Feist. Following the dinner th guests were entertained b' Misses Debbie Eves, Amy Hum mel, Linda Rogers. Wild Neal, Lorelei Natlress, B e 11 j Leister and Jean Snow who ren dered several vocal selection and a variety of instrumenta numbers. Mrs. George (Grace Snow gave a Christinas read ing. Following this the guest were entertained with severa games of bingo. Mrs. Katie Mueller was ere sented with a gift for being the oldest guest present. Mrs. Muni ler was 91 years old last June 22. Miss Sandra Mueller was ii charge of the guest book. Tn conclude the days festivities cookies and coffee also was served. Blind institute sends letter of appreciation COLEMAN (CNP Bureu) Donald E. Jones, field secre- tary of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind directed a letter of appreciation to the Coleman Order of the Royal Purple Lodge for its recent splendid donation of re- alized through a house to house canvass. Tlie letter also advised that the CN1B Service Centre on Memorial Drive in north east Calgary provides a comfortable residence for 41 blind persons. The area also has a workshop in which blind people can be assessed and find part time em- ployment. A spacious auditori- um is also provided and util- ized by the members of Ihe jalgavy Club of Ihe blind and their sighted escorts for recrea- tional purposes. Speaker, Olson to open new Taber complex TABER (HNS) Raymond A. Speaker, minister of social development for Alberta, and H. A. (Bud) Olson, federal minister of agriculture, w i joinly officiate at the opening of Taber's new recreation com- plex Dec. 29. Dr. N. Stuart Boyle, mayor of Taber when the project was initiated less than two years ago, will be master of cere- monies for the evening's pro- gram. Taber Warner MLA Douglas Miller will also parlici- pate. The opening ceremony will take place in the sunken ice arena at p.m. following a dinner served in the auditorium wing of the centre. Invitations lo visit Taber on this memorable occasion had been extended to Prime Min- ister Trudeau, Alberta Premier Harry E. Strom, Alberta's min- ister of youth Gordon E. Tay- lor, and Lieutenant Governor for Alberta, J. Grant McEwan, but previous commitments pre- vented their attendance. Mcidinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kramer. Bonnie and Karen all of Medicine Hat. to Hawaii where they will spend the Christmas holiday season. Aids cubs Monday, December 21, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 schmozzle' spurs School, M. L. Turyk charged I there was not intersc- tion between himself and the architect. He criticised the fact bi'cn trical heeling, Mr. Basarab said the board had originally ruMd M decided against this type of (HNS -Money hcati a ,cUer received for Ihe selling of out revcrsing this policy when Christmas trees on display m it was fomd the fu th t Ily I'AUI, L'MAI.A sound system which lias ii'it vet Jicraiil News Service arrived. NATAL A.special meeting: principal of Isabella Dickon of the school board's building I committee of School District i No. 1 (Fernie) with project co- ordinntor F. Basarab has been set up by the board at the hit- i that no fountains had been in- ter's request. eluded in the plans Mr. Basarab asked for the: [hat no tile samples, had meeting during his report at. submitted. Mr. Basarab said it the last meeting of tho sehod his opinion this project board when lie outlined the pro- would net be ready until mid- gross on the several buildings j February, being erected for the school j Jir. JJasareb said plans for district. Ridgemont School had been Trustee Mrs. Dora Ungaro1 submitted to Victoria Dec. 1. He was very critical of Ihe pro- i said 55 items in the plans hsd gross and planning of the addi-' been reviewed and all but 11 (ion to Spanvood Elementary revised or added lo before sub- School, terming it a "big schmozzle." She questioned the sixe of seme rooms and charged thct principal F. Mitchell was not consulted in the design. I "Who planned she want-! ed to know, chnir- j man Jack Pidgeon interjected j with "the plans were presented i to us, Mrs. Ungaro." The Sparwoud trustee asked the project co-ordinator if the plans had been changed and was told that originally there had been three plans and some changes had been made. Re- plying to a question about elec- mission. Any furiher revision's or alterations may be made by addendum, he said, and asked for a meeting with the building committee. iWom the Wrentham skating rink, is to be given to the First Wren- tham Cub Pack. Payment for the trees will be received by Gerry Gorrill at the Federal Grain Elevator. urgess arcners PINCHER CHEEK (Special) Burgess will serve as president of the West W i n d Bowmen Archery Club for the ensuing year. Other officers will be Scotty Desbiens, vice president; and Susan Dennis, secretary treas- urer. About 40 active members be- long to the local club and are showing much improvem e n t. Practices arc held every Wednesday at p.m. in the Canyon School auditorium. New members are welcome. in the new year the club is planning to hold a turkey shoot. had been installed was too small and changing it too ex- pensive. Mr. Basarab said he had been assured by the foreman on the job that the addition should be ready by Dec. 18 except for the hospital NATAL (HNS) The Ladies Auxiliary to the Michel Hospi- tal has recently purchased new equipment for the hospital amounting lo Including in the purchase was cubicle curtains, a cystoscope, a suction pump, an intravenous and operating room equipment. These equipment purchases are made possible out of money raised through the walkathon held earlier in the year and through the treat of the month draws. ALBERTA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD HOLIDAY STORE HOURS Al! stores will be closed Friday, December 25th and Saturday, December 26fh as well as Friday, January 1st and will re-open 114 hours later thart usual on Saturday, January 2nd. 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