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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta December 27, 1972 THE UTH8WDGC HfRALD 3 Coleman neivs Council upset COLEJIAN? (CNP Btreau) Kail Chamberlin, a delegate of the Crowsnest Pass Recreation accepted by Deputy Mayor Gra- ham Atkinson. The town wiJl provide prizes Beard, met council members to 1 for the best electrically dec- investigate the. possibility of j orated homes for the Christmas having Coleman reconsider its i season and judges will make decision to withdraw from the i their rounds between 7 p.m. and Honor Jerome Robbins Recreation Board Council pointed out that the government had set up the rec- reation Board on a three-year trial basis, and after this pe- riod Coleman became dis- pleased with the service but re- mained on the board for two more years during which time the town felt the service depre- ciated. Mr. Chamberlin made at- tempts to bring about a recon- ciliation between the two bodies but, after bearing bow services and programs had been curtail- ed to Coleman citizens and bow government grants were dis- bursed, be bad a better insight: into Coleman's reasons for dis- 9 p.m. Thursday. Council also announced the Coleman Light and Water Com- pany' had purchased two Christ- mas Elves to be added to the town's decoration in Fiumerfeii park. Council was pleased to report the town financial posi- tion was good and the various committees have' operated with- in their budgets aad show a small surplus. Permission was given to the Alberta Heart Foundation to campaign the town residences for funds. Anderson PINCHER CREEK 'Special) Robbins. a long-tirae [education administrator in southern Alberta, will receive j a life membership in the I berta Association of College Ad- i miinstrators. heads board satisfaction. He was commead- 1 ed for his effort. i Council disclosed its feeling jthat the government grants could have been put to better use to aid recreation. It was felt money could have been used to pay coaches or iostruc- tors of various activities and this way each town could be a3- lotted 2 certain amount to be j used to promote recreation in j subdivision has been nam- i Mr. Robbins. a member of After con- j ed chairman of the Taber Lethbridge Communitv College discussion, council un- j school division board for the i board of' governors, had dedi-! aaunousjy oeaded not to re- j coming year. cated most of his mat-jre withdrawal trader the Mr. Anderson commences his TABER Anderson. (HNS) Heber I. representing Barn- j to education. Mr. Robbins was present tirciHnstacces. first! Mayor Jobn Eoryk aad cooa- j president of the Alberta Asso- 1 ciiman William Skura will meet ciation of College AdmMstra- tors. Edmonton wife delegates rom cities aad 28 mu- third consecutive year as board chairman. It also is his fifth year in that office having been chairman in 1965 and 1965. Thomas J. Parkinson of Vaus- He was associated with the' nicipalities who will prepare a i hall was elected vice-chairman I Lethbridge Community College! brief for presentation to the for 1973. I for 13 years. Board of Public Utilities pro- Although be retired as LCC testing the proposed Calgary chairman last Jure, he current- i Power rate increase. jly is" serving-his 2lst year as] The capital assistance grant an Alberta school trustee with i from fee provincial government I the Pincher Creek "school divi-! in the amount of has sion. been received by the Recre- It is expected the life mem-; ation Board and will be pre- bership honor will .be officially; semed to the town in the near bestowed at the AACA annual j future. The grant was made for meeting early in the new year. repairs to the arena and will be Fmance is beaded by AjJers Wolfer and includes Ray B. Evanson, E. B. Peterson: build- ing and maintenance, Ray B. Evanson, T. J. Parkinson. Mrs. Mary Cunningham: transporta- tion, Marvin H. Torrie, T. J. Parkinson. E. B. Peterson; pol- icy and management. Mrs. Mary Cunningham, Marvin H.' Torrie and Allen. Woifer. POURING HONORS Peter Woiksr, right, accepts the coffee urn from Ralph Rheo cs he relieves him of pouring duties at the Salvation Army tea end bczccr in It was the first time Fort Macleod businessmen had assisted the Corps with its Christrrvas project. TRADITIONAL SERVICE Trinity- United Church Canocicn Girls In Training concede their Vesper service the trcditicnc! Tapis. The girls ere seen corning down the their ccncHes. Left is Eilsr. Kotken, right Gioria Braun and seen behind is Jennie Brcun. Jecn Swihcrt AGNES DAVIDSON BOOSTS FUND-Thanks c million, Agnes Davidson School pupils of Lethbridge. You redly gave the Helping He-id a tremendous boost. Trent Smith, 9, Grcde 4 pupil, seme Korean money he managed to collect. Others the wonderful Christmas costumes men the star, and baby Jesus end ss on. Thanks for ycur pennies. Give the Korean children your prayers. Swthart Photos Pupils guided to book shelves NATIONAL MAMMOTH JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE SALE STARTS THURSDAY, DEC 28, 9 AJM. TO 9 P.M. AND CONTINUES TO SATURDAY, DEC 30th. COALDALE fKXS) T.Irs. Corny Martens. tG7.ii council's library board mem- ber, says the Coaldate Centen- nial Library is growing almcst as fast as bocks sre being writ- ten. During the recent Young Can- ada Book: 52 member- ships were given to the four Grade 1 classes in Coaldale schools and the special educa- tion class at the John Davidson School here. Memberships presented trfaen these pupils visited the library, says "'-Irs. Dean Cofeii, librarian. Many nevi' books have been received. A total of 160 new paperbacks are on the library i shelves. New hard cover ediitons in- clude: Two from Gallilea; Au- gust 1914 by Alexander Solz- henitsyn: Jackie Autobiography; A Sbort Season by Brian Piccolo; books by Frank Slaughter and Faith Baldwin; and several mystery; books. i Treasurer Mrs. E. C. BaJdry; reported receipts from Sept. 1 j to'Novi so were tares amounted to SI .259. I MEN'S BRAND NAME DOWN FILLED PARKAS I Heavy drill shell, de- tachable hood. 100% down filled. Sizes S-M-IOCL Reg.......59.95 MEN'S NYLON QUILT UN ED 44" PARKAS .....________ t Detachable hood, NOT EXACTLY AS t.A ,A ILLUSTRATED MEN'S TEENS' SHIRTS For dress or casual wear. Tex Made by Jean Junction of Canada. 65- 35 permo press. Pastel shades Mauve, Long pointed _ button cuff. Sizes XS-S- W ttjMp Reg. 57.50 T rma press, rasrei snaaes v Purple, Navy Blue, collar, two I'.V. 1 c '3 f'f.'ft V MEN'S HEAVY DRILL WORK Canadian made. All sizes. Reg. Value WARM PLAID DOESKIN wcm J i wiMi PUNTS Ratzlaff leads group singing at Foremost carol festival FOREMOST f Special) The Foremost Community Hall was fiUed to capacity recently for the annual district caroi festi- val. It was under the direction of Rev. David Woodward of the Foremost Evangelical Free Church. Community singing led by Art Ratzlaff was interspersed with items by local church choirs, Mrs. Paul Ciesla was the pianist Following the opening carol. 0 Come All Ye Faithful, Rev! Brian Hubka of Our Lady' of Perpetual Help Roman Catho- lie Church, led the congrega- tion in the opening The Chris tian" Reformed Church choir sang two items. Softly the N'ight is and i Tell 'me the of .Jesus. Foremost branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- j ter Day Saints choir showed I of Lake ssng Glory to God In the Highest. The scrip- j ture from Luke. Chapter 2, was i given by the Christian Reform I Church. j The Evangelical Free Church i women's choir, six singers, sang Singing Glory and Tidings of Joy. Eleven members of the youth choir performed Little Baby Jesus and Down From His Glory. A prayer was offered by the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Karen Traxler sang Jesus Joy of Man's Desiring. The Lutheran Church choir sang Little Children Wake and Listen, and To Shepherd's as They Watched by Night. The United Church choir sang Hasten. 0 Hasten, and Christ- Calvpso. The offering will he used to purchase chairs for the Com- munity Hall. Aborted colors. Rea. S3.89..........BW .49 Footwear MEN'S DRESS SHOES ONE DAY ONLY Leather Uppers Latest popular styles to ehocse from. Reg. Value to pr. MEN'S PILE LINED 4 SNOWMOBILE SUITS CANADIAN MADE MEN'S Quilt lined Nylon ou'er at- tached hood Heavy rippers. Reg. To'l end over- size models available. BOYS' GIRLS' Somt as above. Pile lined hood, knew. Sizes 7- 16. BOYS' CANADIAN MADE SNOWMOBILE BOOTS Felt liner included. Reg. CIVIL WAR BOOT Child of God and Where Love j SPARWOOD (HNS) An In- Is. It was under the direction I quest has been ordered in an of Mrs. Ha.rian and ac- that injured the late cnmrsnicd by Mrs. at '.he Roy Smith, 46. at the Kaiser piano. Resources mine at Michel. No The Mennonile Church choir dale has been set. Warm borg lined. Completely waterproof. Removable harness. Reg. SAVE ON MEN'S 10 SAVE ON THIS FINAL CLEARANCE OF LADIES' TEENS' PANT SUITS A great ef styles and colors. Reg. to GIRLS' 2 PIECE PANT DRESS SETS Reg LADIES'-TEENS' HOUSECOATS Printed, cotton, quilted with whirte nek rock braid and white sash tie belt, button front. Reg. 57.88 LADIES' SHIRT BLOUSES Perma press beautiful plain colors, two pockets with long sleeves and collar U for 3 3 DAYS SPECIAL ONLY LADIES' OVERSIZE PANT SUITS Ploid Jersey tops. Plain Fortrel pants. Sizes 16V2-2412. Reg. LADIES' OVERSIZE SKI JACKETS Cire nylon, polyfiil. Reg. LADIES' TEENS' SKI JACKETS LADIES' SWEATERS Beautiful pullover ifyie. 100% acry- lic. Spact dye patterns. SLACKS See the great assortment cf styles. Reg. 55.95 3 .95 MEN'S LADIES' WINTER LINED VINYL AND KNIT GLOVES Reg. 99c pr. 66 WHITE HEMMED PILLOW SLIPS 100% cotton. Size Reg. pr. GREY ARMY STYLE BLANKETS Apprcx. size Reg. S3.95 100% cire nylon, belted. Your Choice ESKIMO PARKAS Fur trim heed embroidered trim. 11 LADIES7 TEENS' BOOTS Lined, waterproof, vinyl 15" tnoboots. fuil inside zipper with 1" heel CHARGEX at NATIONAL Pf PT. STORE CORNER AWNUE AND 5tfi STREET WE THE BtGKt TO lIMUT ;