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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _____ Saturday, December 26, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD It Ed Gummer honored CKANBKOOK (Special) First World War veteran, ucr- cnial president and longtime member, Edward Gummer, lias been named honorary pres- ident of Branch 24 of the Royal Canadian Legion. Annual election of officers saw the return for a second term as president of George Shaw, with Henry Mayberry continuing past-president, Vice-presidenls are H. D. Foote, Leon Cloarcc, and Anne McLay; sergeant-at-arms 0. C. Anderson, and Itev. Al- bert Henderson, Hcv. A. V. Maglio and Envoy W. J. Macluskic. Alex Dcmchuk is full-time secretary-manager. Elected directors were Dr. John McLay, Harold Porter, Bud Abbott, Ted Rawson, Don Pratt, W. 0. Harris, Bob Haine, Gordon Chapman and Al MacDonald. Zone Commander Oswald Young of Inyarmcre and Pa- cific Command executive mem- ber Harry Broadhurst will of- ficiate at the installation cere- monies Jan. which will also install the Ladies' Auxiliary officers. Branch 24 has reached an all-time peak active member- ship of 410, with additional 176 associate members. Its practi- cal 1971 objective is clearing the final debt or, its city centre club prem- ises. Opinion poll nipped in bud CLABESHOLM (HNS) Board members of the Willow Creek school division have turned down a request by Stavely Junior High School, student Lee Robinson to circu- late a questionnaire among students of the district. His teacher in social studies had suggested the opinion poll as a project for an essay but the board's decision put a quick stop to the project in spite of the support of trustee- George Willis. The questions: Should the voting age be lowered? Should the school leaving age be raised, lowered same? Should left driving taught in schools? Should there be more or less homework? Young Lee Hobinson, a Grade 8 student, told a re- porter afterwards "I wish f could have won permission to do thc survey it would have been interesting." His teacher, Jessy Murphree, said 'Tin quite distressed thai they turned him down they didn't even give him a reason. It was all part of the new social study course in which one third of the time is to be made up of problems of inter- est to the student." Colony building okayed for school perform Clark CLARESHOLM (IINS> plies would not lie interfered Trustees of the Willow Creel; with or desk movsd around, school division recently grant- i Iruslccs agreed and it ed permission to the Parkland hoped to provide bel- llntl.erian Brethren to have tcl. facilities in the new colony their school-aged children re- ,10W beiug established, ceive their schooling in a church building provided by members of the colony. Permission was granted after the board met in closed session with John Wipf and B. Wipf of, the MacMillan Colony, west of i Cayley. Trustee George Willis asked that the meeting be closed to al JMaclcod The stated brethren had often their opposition to KOItT MACl.liOU (.Special) Before a packed auditorium I at the G. Rider Davis ICIcmcn- the press to ting bi allow two mem- bers of the colony to present reeibuiis uiby uiu nut, wuni z separate building for a class room. Superintendent H. R. Ross had earlier told the trustees he To Brockville BLAIRMORK (CNP Bureau) Mr. and Mrs. John McQuc and family left Blairrcore Dec. 26 to take up residence at Broclcville, Ont. Since 1906 Mr. McQue lias Knnn -t Phillips'cables (Western) Lim- ited at Sentinel. He has been promoted to take over control of four commnications cables having IHvir children altcnd school in nearby towns. They feel the youngsters would have a tendency to leave the colonies if Ihcy mixed j 4_ 5 aml; with other members of Canadi-. pJupils their first said at an earlier Zf Macle citizen, homes and this was easier if the i sPfeml guest.s school classes were held in the! M.> m h' church building as is the cus-i said he was pleased with 11. s torn in other colonies in south- first concert and particularly ern Alberta. felt the children could get a plants in the Brockville area, better education if a building could be provided exclusively as a classroom where equip- ment, black boards and sup- Mr, and Mrs. McQue have been active in community af- fairs during their four-year stay here. New Year's dance with the co-operation of staff and students. "It was a lot of work for a lot of people. Though the I nelual performance is over, i what they have learned by par- COALDALE (HNS) 1' h e ticipating wm stay with each Coaldale Kinsmen Club's an- j Of [hem for the rest of their nual New Year's Eve (lance j he said. "The fact they j will bo held Thursday, Dec. 31, wanted to honor their school; namesake and wished to share in the Coaldale Community thc occasion with lh? senior citi-: Hall with music by the Just Us zens show real spirit prevails'' I group. in the G. Rider Davis School." honored. CUHKSIIOUT (1INS1 'Hie Willow Creek School Divi- sion board has accepted the resignation of bus driver Mrs. Clark after 26 years of faithful service. The board thanked her for hor service and she was given a party by her fellow bus drivers. Mrs. Glory Yorgason of tba office has submitted her resig- nation effective Feb. and the board rail advertise for a re- RIPLEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service meanl servinq people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-7626 Blairniore council reviews budgets By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE Blairniore council recently discussed the proposed budget for the Crows- nest Pass recreation board. It was indicated the proposed budget would be of which the provincial depart- ment' of youth would provide leaving a total of to be raised locally by the par- ticipating communities. Councillor Don Deceeco Blairmore council represents tive on the recreation board elaborated on the budget am indicated it showed an increase in the requisition to bring the per capita cost to This is an i n c r e a s e of 57 cents per capita from the 1970 cost. Council a.greed to accept thc budget in principal but re- served the right to review the matter if any of the contribut ing bodies withdraws. The preventive social service budget was also reviewed. This indicated that with the intend ed withdrawal of Coleman fron I he service the per capita cos would increase to cents in- stead of the present 63 cents per capita cost. This indicates Zoning bylaw hearing set for Dec. 28 PINCHER CREEK (Special) Town council will hold a public hearing Dec. 28 to re- ceive written submissions for or against a proposal to amend zoning bylaw No. 1109. The bylaw is for approving a plan to transitional use, the property of H. Sorge, east of Highway 6. Concert held at Raymond RAYMOND (HNS) Music filled the hall at the annual Raymond Rotary Club Festival in the LDS Culture Centre. Five singing groups, all from Raymond, took part. Gloria Kamitomo gave a reading from scripture. The first chorus was the LDS Seminary singers. Their conductor, Douglas Castleton, principal, has taken the group of young singers and taught them much in a very short pe- riod. Also heard was Ihc Ray- mond Ladies Music Club, Kleaiior Hudson, conductor, and Emma Dahl, accompanist, z group of women who have sung at concerts here for more than 30 years. For the first time at the fes- tival, Velma Redd, music teacher at the school for ele- mentary students, presented a chorus of Grade 5 pupils. Through thc years of festival work at Lethbridgc, Mrs. Redd has brought to Raymond many first place awards. This group of young children sang with Uie same spirit and enthusiasm former choruses have shown. The Raymond Cavaliers. C. M. Hill conductor, sang, Jean- nine Jensen was the accom- panist. Kenneth Stone conducted the full chorus of LDS singers in two numbers with (he Ilallcln- I an increase of 6.7 cents per capita. i The preventive social service j program from March 31, 1971, to March 31, 1972, will cost a total of The provincial government's share of the budget is 80 per cent, amounting to and the total municipalities' share is The municipal portion of the budget is (20 per cent) plus the non-sharable expense of which totals Town employee Bill Nicifore will attend a sewer and water school to be held in Edmonton in February. Eastern Star ins tails si ale PINCHER CREEK (Special) Mrs. R. Carlson was install- ed worthy matron of Castle- view Order of the Eastern Star at an installation ceremony held at the recent regular meeting. Other officers installed: worthy patron Richard Carl- son; associate matron Marge Dezall; associate patron, George Grieve; secretary, Betty Brower; treasurer, Mary Crook; conductress, Sally Marcellus; associate conduc- tress, Joan Glen; chaplain, Maureen Akit; Irene Fraser; and organist, Mar- garet Crawford. The five rays of the floral star include: Adah, Elsie Mos- ley; Ruth, Alice Shenton; Esther, Eva Campbell; Mar- tha, Irene Dennis; Electa, Bar- bara Rickard; Warder, Olga Grieve; Sentinel, David Glen. Mrs. Iva Allison, p a s t- matron, was the installing of- ficer and Mrs. Ellen Kemp, was installing marshall. They were assisted by Wil- liam Laidlaw, patron; Mrs. Mary Simpson, conductress; Mrs. Ina McDowall, associate matron; Ken McDowall, assoc- iate patron; Mrs. Meryl Laid- law, chaplain; Mrs. Eva Campbell, organist; Ben riardy, sentinel; and Mrs. Isa Dillmer, warder. Irene Dennis pinned Dale Dennis" past patron's jewel on lim and he in return pinned a past matron's jewel on her. time to dr "ess CLAHESIIOUl (HNS) _ A otter from principal 11. Gray f tiic elementary school, gd- rcsserf to Hie trustees of thn Villow Crock school division, lated teachers are not keeping hildren in after school and arc ot causing them to ntiss their chool hus. He objected to a press re- port. lie said some of the younger pupils took more time to dress in the cold weather and this is tiic problem. TO HETHtB 'Hie department of education c.'irlirr informed the Imard it has jurisdiction for appointing school superintendents and this should he considered in thc 1971 budget. The mailer will he discussed further at the January mealing as the pre- jali Chorus bringing lite eve- I .sent superintendent is expcct- ning (o a close. J retire at the end ot 1971. YEAR END RARfiAIH! ON SALE: DEC. 28th 29th 30th 31st WHILE QUANTITIES LAST EVERYDAY GIFT WRAP KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE PKG. MOH.TULS. WED. THURS, Have on hand when you need! 16 sheets in each package. TOWEL ENSEMBLE WHITE FAMILY QUALITY BEDDING WOMEN'S PYJAMAS KRESGE'S SPECIAL J QQ PRICE, PAIR 7 Flannelette tailored flora! prints, S.M.L, Matching striped sets in latest shades! PKG. 5 FACE CLOTHS KRESGE PRICE PILLOW CASES OUR REGUtAR PRICE 1.59 Pr, LADIES' LONG SLEEVE PERMA PRESS SAFARI SHIRT BLOUSE 49c GIRLS' BLOUSES KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE Perrna Prescl Polyester Cottons' Long or Short Sleeves' Plain shades or printed patterns Sues 14 JR. MISSES' SKIRTS KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE Big variety of styles to choo from Plaids Stripes Done Pals Hcrringbon" T veeds ashion shades 8 13 <0il TUti IS IriURS (IRTS 2.44 BOP BAG 35" Tall, Bongo the clown fun toy, whistle inside makes nose squeak. Color: blue, black and orange. KRESGE'S SPECIAL PRICE 63d CRIMP KNIT PANTS KRESGE'S SPECIAL PRICE 5.99 PAIR Meal crepe stitch pattern, navy, brown black, amelhyst green, misses 10-20. TEFLON FRY PAN KSESGE SPECIAL PRICE MEN'S STRETCH NYLON DRESS HOSE 2 fam SI ASH TRAY and LIGHTER SET Our regular prico 1.98 sei DOUBLE SHEETS 81" X 100' OUR REGULAR PRICE 3.49 Ea. HAND TOWELS 15" x 25" KRESGE PRICE BATH TOWELS 22" x 44" KRESGE PRICE TWIN FITTED 39" X 75" OUR REGULAR PRICE 3.39 DOUBLE FITTED OUR REGULAR PRICE 3.59 Ea. 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton PANTY HOSE KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE 2 FOCAL SLIDE VIEWER KRESGE'S SPECIAL MAKE-UP MIRROR or All Sheer! Slulth Nylon! Nude Heel! One size all! Beige only. Double faced, porcelain stand 5-PIECE CANISTER SET in assflrleri stripes, patterns and colors KRESGE'S SPECIAL PRICE For 35 mm slides and Super Slides. Uses 2 penlight bat- teries. POODLE FAMILY Our regular price 1.39 set. 97tf Porcelain, mother poodle with 2 bab- ies, while, pink. SET Flour, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Cookie Con- tainers, Plastic White Gold, Avocado'with copper lids. 1.67 Earthenware, matching sets in many colors. GIRLS'SLIMS Stretch nylonsfortheactive girl Some are Rib Knits! Others feature, foot straps, 4-6X. JR. BOYS' PANTS Cotton Cottons Stretch Nylons! Checks and plain colors. 4-6X. KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE 99? HOH.7UES.WEO. THURS 1.99 MOD. TUES. WED, THURS. The easy fo cook 3nd clean 10T frying pan atasaving! HOCKEY STICK OUR REGUtAR PRICE 247 Kmart MIXED NUTS ________......... KRESGE PRICE MOn. TU13. V.'tO. iHUF; KRESCO FROSTED BULBS KRESGE PRICE Each bulb lasts 1000 hours! 40 60 100 Walt available. 15 Oz, tin! Sealed in air-light GARBAGE BAGS OUR REGULAR PRICE 49c Pkg. 3 Mgs. t'OU. lUtS. V.ED. THURS. Ten green plastic bags with iics in each package. GARBAGE CAN KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE MCrl. TUtS. WLV. THUK5. Plastic! Guaranteed against splitting or cracking in all weather. SHOP EARLY and SAVE QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED! CHENILLE BEDSPREAD Fringed on three sides! White, Turquoise, Sold, Rose, Btttersveet Nut- meg. 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