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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TOITRS S. AMERICA Landy Esau, 1970 graduate of Noble Central High School, .was arrested Nov. 15 at Guatemala while touring Central anil South America. He was arrested on suspicion of having Communist sympa- thies, jailed with 50 other suspects and had his beard and hair shaved off. He says he was not allowed to con- tact the Canadian Embassy. He was released after ono day of questioning. Mr. Esau toured Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Venezuela, Jamaica and arrived home recently. Reimer directs singing o FOREMOST (Special) The Foremost and district annual carol festival proved as popu- lar as ever tlu's year as 350 at- tended. Master of ceremonies was Rev. M. Lise of the Burdctt Christian Reformed Church. Community singing was under the direction of Ben Reimer. Mrs. William Buis, Jr., was pianist. The invocation was led by Mr. Lise. The Christmas story from the scriptures was read by Rev. L. Bostaing of Fore- most Roman Catholic Church. The Lutheran Junior Choir pel-formed Bethlehem Lullaby and Merry Christmas. Foremost Community choir sang Old Wensleydale Carol, The Little Road to Bethlehem, Hasten! 0 and Go, Tell it on the Mountain. Each of the choir items was interspersed with community carol singing. Wddnosday, December 30, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Libraries by school board CLAHESIIOLM (IINS'I Wi low Creek school trustees hav approved a grant of cac to the Cranuni and Slavcl; community libraries. The board plans to make study of a proposal for a join use of lown and school librar facilities here. The proposal was made b the town at a joint meeting 0 committees from the board an town council. Negotiations arc also under way between th town and the school board t. formulate a special "joint uss of recreation facilities agree- ment." The town would supply tin rink and pool facilities and the school playgrounds and gym facilities. The Nanton school advisory board is asking the board o the Willow Creek School divi sion to invite the minister ol education to attend the next an nual meeting. Trustees h a v c thrown the ball back to the advisory board and told them Crowsnest Pass Choral Society 350 enjoy choral festival By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau COLEMAN A most enjoy- able choral festival was appre- ciated by more than 350 per- sons in the Horace Allen School Auditorium. It was spon- sored by the Crowsnest Pass Choral Society. Participating were the Crows- nest Pass Symphony orchestra, directed by Richard Burgman; Blairmore United Church choir (junior) directed by Ingar Ran- dies; Coleman United Church junior choir, directed by Mrs. Margaret Dunford; Coleman El- ementary School choir, directed by Mrs. Erna Malanchuk; Crowsnest Pass Choral Society: directed by Ingar Randies and the Coleman Headstart Class directed by Mrs. Dunford. Sheila Rucka, Bonnie Dobek and Mrs. Margaret Kadford sang solos. Duets were presented by Joan Radford and Diane Wells. Trio numbers were performed by Jean Ede, Kay Park arc Helen Kropinak and by Mar- garet Radford, Ingar Randies and Jean Ede. A group includ- ing Irene Rajkowski, Pat Kuta, Vera Wasylien, Gayle Girhiny, Velia Siltini, Nancy Kinnear and Wendy Malanchuk present- ed the Six O'clock Rush. A sing song led by Mrs. J. Lonsburv concluded the event. Little tots win applause WRENTHAM (HNS) Chil- dren of the elementary and ju- nior high school performed be- fore a large audience of broth- ers, sisters, parents, grand- parents and friends when they presented their annual pro- gram recently. As always, Grades 1 and pupils captured the applause as they dramatized the play, The Littlest Angel. The cast con- sisted of 17 members all doing an excellent job, speaking loud and clear. Their teacher, Mrs. Ess Jones, directed the play and designed the stage properties. The costumes were made by the mothers of the children. A drill called, What Is Christ- mas? was presented by the pupils of Grades 3 and 4, under the direction of their teacher. Mrs. Marjorie Jones, who alsn accompanied the singing which was supplemented by the pup- ils of Grades 5 and 6. A dance and a pan- tomime under the direction of their teacher, Mrs. Elizabeth Hirsche, was presented bv Grades 5 and 6, followed by a play, Snow White and tho Dwarfs in a modern day ver- sion, directed by their teacher. Mrs. Layone Spencer. This three-act comedy was perform- ed by tile pupils of Grades 7 The Grade 9 class presented a play, entitled, Poetry Period. Pat Eussell, Grade 9, was mas- ter of ceremonies. Following the program, the long-awaited arrival of Santa, in the person of Lion Presi- dent Owen Selk, presented candy bags to the pupils and children present. Table Mountain local hears Unifarm chairman PINCHER CREEK (Special H. A. Jack, chairman o sub-district 1 of Unifarm spoki lo the Table Mountain local re cently. Speaking on the policy o Unifarm and tiic objectives for which it is striving, Mr. Jack stressed if locals want informa tion and speakers for programs they should contact the district chairman and he will obtain the Merchants, nurses to welcome PincJier's first 1971 baby PINCHER CREEK (Special The Pincher Creek chapter of the Alberta Association o Registered Nurses is again re ceiving support from loca merchant in its preparations to welcome the first baby o the new year at St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Baraiiy installed TAEER (HNS) Airs, Law- rence Barany was installed as president Taber Ladies ol Kiwanis at a recent dinner meeting by Dr. C. J. Wesley Dick ot Taber, lieutenant gov- ernor of Kiwanis. Others taking office were Mrs. Palrick Shimbashi, vice- president; Mrs. Norman Long secretary, and Mrs. Fairlie Spark, treasurer. A president's pin was pre- sented to Mrs. Barany along with the president's gavel by retiring president Mrs. Jock Kinniburgh. Mrs. Ktnniburgh, in turn, was recipient of a gift of appreciation for her year's work as president. MEETS JAN. 5 COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldalc and District Fish and Game Association will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 5, in (he Jolm Davidson School. Two films on ice fishing and one on hunting will be shown. The new arrival will receive a shower of gifts including a baby book, picture frame, baby lounge, hair shampoo and set for mother, engraved baby cup, baby toiletries, baby slippers, engraved fork and spoon set, baby sleepers, book of theatre lickels, tub of chicken, cash, savings account, dinner for the parents, baby shoes, case of baby food, gift certifi- cate, flowers, two infant night- ies, hair tint for mother, gift certificate for father, and a steak dinner for parents. 95 attend Lions club film party WRENTHAM (HNS) About 95 people attended the recent annual Wrentham Lions Club children's party in the civic centre. The special occasion began with a banquet catered to by members of the Catholic Wo- League. Lion president Owen Selk was chairman. help of regional staff to carry this out. Mrs. J. Ledingham, v i c e- chairman of sub-district 1 who attended the annual meeting o Unifarm recently at Edmonton gave a report followed by question period on resolutions Delegates attending from sub district J were H. A. Jack Mrs. J. Ledingham, J. John son and A. E. Sinnott. Mrs. F. Marr and Mrs. F Huddlestun were present a representatives of the FWU. and the board. Hans Hasselman was presen for the co-op. 21 take part in program at Wreiithani WRENTHAM (HNS) Twenty one Indian people from the Glenwood Reserva- tion attended and took part in the annual Sunday School pro- gram of the Wrentham Com- munity Church. Accompanying the guesls were Mr. and Mrs. Alan Sreeno and family of Wilson Siding. Besides vocal numbers con- tributed by the visitors, the program consisted of plays, songs and skits by- he classes of the Sunday- School. Bags of candy were given to each one and lunch followed with a time of visitation. Raises PINCHER CREEK (Special) Paul Bunyan's Blue Ox and i date the Lions Club the Sheepish Lion were among cartoons shown. The evening concluded with .he presentation of gifts and reals to the children. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vornon Dccoux, Resident Rep., Blcmmora Phono 562-2119 Christmas card greeting pro- j jcct for has realized over with more donations being received daily. Residents of the town and district have donated to tlu's fund instead of sending Christ- mas cards locally. Proceeds realized will pro- vided comforts for the resi- dents of Crestvicw Senior Citi- zens Lodge. The local Lions re- cenlly presented a special walker to the lodge. lo make (heir request directly to the minister themselves. The board was told there were still some teachers in the division without teaching certi- ficates who arc working with "letters of authority" w h i c h would be extended until the end of next June. The board has accepted a bid of from fid Kiddle of Claresholm to provide janitor services at (he Administration Building. The board appointed trustee Lloyd Ban- lo look after the fire inspector's report of the Ewelme and Thompson Hulter- ite Colonies. Assessment roll PINCHER CREEK (.Special) assessment roll of (he town has been prepared and will be open for inspection for 30 days at Ihc office of the secretary treasurer. Any person who desires to object lo the entry of his name or that of any other person upon the roll or lo the assessed value placed on any properly must lodge his complaint in writing within 30 days from Jan. 1. 1971, to the secrclary- No elections TABER (HNS) No elec- tions will be held in Taber school division Ibis yeai, terms of office for (rustics whose terms expire are being extcnd- cd to next October or Novem- ber lo coincide with general elections in towns and munici- palities when complete slates will be elected for three year terms. 'Tweed-like' TV BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Residents of Crowsnest Pass towns are complaining about the poor television reception bring received from Chiuinel Visuals are a mass of S'- shaped lines and a hveed-like interference. Some reports indicate that the problem is arising from electrical interference in the south side of Blairmore but a check shows lluil Hie interfer- ence is all over Ihc 'Pass towns. Natal, 24 miles west of the 'Pass is also having the same type of interference. OES officers BOW ISLAND (Special) _ Mrs. K. Conqucrgood was in- stalled worthy nialrun of the Bow Island chapter 123 Order of the Eastern Star at an in- stallation ceremony recently. Other new officers: Keith Conquergood. worthy pad-on; Eileen Harmon, associate matron; Jack Harmon, associ- ate patron; Marilyn Thorson, secretary; Mac'lcno Whitney, treasurer; L or a McKnight, conductress; and Mary Hinds, associate conductress. Itev. W. J, Lane is chaplain, Alex Bondy is marshal and Edna Williams is the organist. MEETS JAN. 4 COALDALE The next meeting of Ihc Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary will be held at a p.m. Monday, Jan. 4, in the hospital boardroom. All members arc urged lo attend. V V Tomorrow Only! aaa A ih ONE DAY SALE Broken Sizes and Colours DRASTIC Reductions LIMITED QUANTITIES SHOP EARLY! Open Monday and Tuesday 9 am. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.j Thursday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Closed Friday, Jan. 1st, New Yeor'j Day. Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;