Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
8 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID - Saturday, February 3, 1973 is. Laura Kilback named bv mental health TABER (HNS) - The local Canadian Mental Health Association branch recently named M r s. Laura Kilback as regional chairman. Others elected to manage the branch are Ray B. Evan-son, budget chairman; Mrs. Marian Kiffiak, direct services chairman; and Robert Hagel, education and information chairman. An information centre has been set up in the local office of the Barons-Eureka Health Unit in the administration building where free information on mental health programs is available. Public support is solicited through membership in the branch at $2 per year. Jim Ellis speaks Feb. 21 '. FORT MACLEOD (Special) ;- The Fort Macleod and Dis--trict Chamber of Commerce ; will host Jim Ellis, president of rs. Nolan heads WI ; IRON SPRINGS (HNS) - '. The- Battersea Women's Insti- tuto held its first meeting of , the season at the home of Mrs. ;\V. Kirby recently with new of-� ficers assuming their posts. President is Mrs. T. Nolan; vice - president, Mrs. D. Oliver; secretary, Mrs. S. Larter; and treasurer, Mrs. C. Oliver. Three delegates, Mrs. L. Rob-son, Mrs. T. Nolan, and Mrs. H. M. Haney, attended the provincial conference and the Federated Women's Institute of 'Canada convention, both at Banff. Iron Springs dancing starts again tonight , IRON SPRINGS (HNS) -Members of the Iron Springs Oldtime Dance Club met recently with Edvrari H. Reiter ; presiding. Dances will commence Saturday, Feb. 3, and will be held in the Huntsville School auditorium. New members will be welcomed. the Canadian Chamber, at noon Feb. 21. Rotary and Lions will attend the luncheon. Recent guests were M e 1 Foote and Alfred Vallieres, leaders of the Fort Macleod 4H Eeef Club. The chamber will back speak-offs to be held April 2. President Andy Mackay said a group is concerned with establishing a bead factory here. Karl Friesen, membership, asked two farmers present why rural people are not active in the Chamber. He said the false impression that the chamber is for business men only prevails. Liitheran women seek funds for heart fund CLARESH 0 L M (Special)- New officers of the Evangelical Lutheran Church Women, Peace Lutheran Church, have assumed office. Mrs. Emil Markle is president. Other officers are: Vice-president, Mrs. Gordon Laing; secretary, Mrs. Richard Hanson; treasurer, Mrs. Alvin Stange; educational secretary, M r s. Don Thompson and Mrs. Stanley Johnson; stewardship secretary, Mrs. Connard Hoffman and Mrs. Emilie Lange. Members of the ELCW are taking part in the canvass for the Alberta Heart Fund. Battersea WI anniversary Girls' Club provincial president, spoke of her trip to Eu-r o p e, supplemented by slides and a scrapbook. The birthday cake was cut by the president, Mrs. T. Nolan. Attending were two charter members, Mrs. Clara Kame and Mrs. H. M. (Leone) Haney. IRON SPRINGS (HNS) -The Battersea Women's Institute held its 42nd anniversary party recently, marking the occasion with a banquet at Lee's Palace, Picture Butte. Twenty-eight members and guests attended. Miss Lily Larter, former AWI CONESTOGA MOTOR HOME Senior citizen's home Construction of the new senior citizens' home and nursing home at Blairmore is progressing rapidly. It is expected to bo ready this fall. The cost is just under $1 million. It is being built on the east side of the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital. Above, the new dietary and administration offices to adjoin the hospital. The 30-bed nursing home will be erected east of this. An addition for 30 senior citizens will be east of the nursing home. Heart films February 6 COALDALE (HNS) - Two new heart films will be shown at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6, in the St. Joseph's School auditorium. It is sponsored by the St. Ambrose Church Catholic Women's League. February is Heart Month. The Craldale CWL will conduct the annua] canvass for funds for the Alberta Heart Foundation here during February. Mrs. Emma Smith installed by Legion women's auxiliary Development Co-op launched at Taber TABER (HNS) - Certificate of Incorporation No. 1676 has been issued to the Taber Development Co-operative Association. It was organized to provide buildings and equipment which might attract industrial development to the community. It has a seven-man board. The most compact and unique motor home on the road today. The only motor home in the 22 ft. capacity with TWIN BEDS and' GAUCHO DINETTE that can be parked at parking meters In any City legally. The SMOOTHEST RIDING and having the LEAST NOISE while travelling because of special RUBBER MOUNTING and FLOTATION tires. Being low slung gives more stability and ] much better mileage than dual wheels. You have to ride in a CONESTOGA to realize the vast difference over the dual wheels and single ordinary tires. 22 ft. and 24 ft. capacity models jleep six and eight respectively or with double bed sleeps four. There is more room in these motor homes on account of the GAUCHO DINETTE design which can be made into a 52" bed. With %" fir firewall laced with 2V7" screw nails into a 2" wall makes one of the strongest constructed motor homes made today. We have some vehicles on the road having gone forty and fifty thousand miles and still have NO SQUEAKS OR RATTLES. Our MINISTOGA 19 ft. sleeps six without upper bunk. Mora, room inside and more space In the shower room than in most other makes. All our models hov� STYRAFOAM INSULATION, NO FIBRE GLASS. For your summer and winter comforts we can provide air conditioners and storm windows. McDONELL MANUFACTURING 1502-2nd AVENUE SOUTH, lETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Bridal shower held for Miss Beverly Rarick NEW DAYTON (HNS) - A bridal shower was held here recently for Beverly May Rarick. She will marry Garry Jaku-bowski. A special welcome was given to Margaret Rarick of Ma-grath, aunt of the bride-to-be. Music workshop TABER (HNS) - The W. R. Myers High School Chorus is one of four invited to participate in a music workshop to be held at Red Deer March 2 and 3 under the sponsorship of the music division of the provincial cultural affairs branch. Students have been invited as follows: 20 from each of Calgary and Edmonton, and 12 each from Red Deer and Taber. A choral music director from Texas has been engaged to conduct the workshop. Mrs. Louise Beaton headed the program, A reading, "Snoring Husband," was given by Mrs. Libby Duncan, two musical selections were given by Theresa, Janet and Lois Pittman of Warner. They san End of a Long Day and Teach your Children well. Hostesses were Mrs. Rose-Marie Schoen, Mrs. Betty Cou-verette, Mrs. Phyllis Fuller, Mrs. Sandra Peterson, Mrs. Louise Beaton, Mrs. Libby Duncan and Mrs. Leta DePratu. llllillllllillll Provisional directors will meet at I p.m. Feb. 7 to set up the officers of the Co-op. Directors are Roy How, Eric G. Leigh, Gordon S. Saunders, Dr. N. Stuart Boyle, Peter Campbell and Russell Bradley. Other signators to the application for incorporation are Alex How, C. A. Cunningham, and Ross Gibb, industrial coordinator. Membership in the TDC Is available on the purchase of one common share of $50 value. NOBLEFORD (Special)- District Commander Haaland was present for installation of officers at a recent meeting of the auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion branch 257. Installed were: president, Mrs. Emma Smith; vice-president, Mrs. Jean Thomson; secretary, Mrs. Minnie Bennink; treasurer, Mrs. Alice Sjogren; chaplain, Mrs. Evelyn Brady; and Sgt.-at-Arms, Mrs. Ginger Erickson. The executive is comprised of Miss Elsie Renner, Evelyn Brady, Nancy Smith, Carol Pike, Mildred McCurrach. Marion Moulton and Luella Siray. The group will- cater to the credit union, mixed-zone and masonic lodge banquets. OORP dance PICTURE BUTTE - Women of the Order of Royal Purple, lodge 76, held a birthday party and a dance recently. Music was provided by Long Acreas. There were spot dances, elimination and bingo dances. Honored royal lady Marg Watson and exalted ruler Bill Bodnar lighted candles and cut the cake. Marg Watson passed the cake around with Louis Davi helping. Burbank starts out with Jack tben WHAM! TABER (HNS) - Grant Burbank has joined the "29 club" which he has been trying to enter for half a century. Holding the Jack of clubs and three fives, he turned up the five of clubs to score the elusive perfect game. Mr. Burbank said it was unbelievable and quite a thrill when the fourth fiver came into view. He was playing with Dave Jenkins. Mr. Jenkins said that he had never played in a game before when the perfect cribbage band was displayed. Registered Retirement Savings Plans now at INTEREST TAX SAVINGS NO Administration Charges Mai! Coupon or Call us Today FARMERS & MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. South LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-5548 Please. send. me. more. information Fim Sparivood Brownies win badges NATAL (HNS) - Proficiency badges were recently presented to Brownies in the First Sparwood pack: Pet-keepers badges were presented to Joanne Turley, Laura Green, Bella Piera, Connie B e r a n e k, Eileen Rutchman, Laura Gayle Hillson and Shelley Ulman. Cooker's badges went to Shelley Ulman, Laura Gayle Hillson, Bella Piera, Lois Lowe arnd Joanne Galla. Housekeeping badges went to Ariene Rutchman, Laura Green, Shelley Ulman, Carol McTavish, Laura Gayle Hillson, Lois Lowe, Michelle Luzod, Joanne Galla and Marti Larke. Writers badges were presented to Sandra Bonnier, Michelle Luzod, Mara Larke, Lois Lowe, Laura Green, Joanne Galla, Colleen Rodrick, Cheri Ray, Joanne Turley, Laura Gayle Hillson, Eileen Rutchman, Debbie Hopkins, Kim Redisky, Bella Piera and Carol McTavish. The swimmer's badge went to Ariene Czek and the signaller's badge was presented to Bella Piera. The pack will be displaying its skill in baton twirling Feb. 14. NAME ADDRESS CITY Members Canada Deposit Insurance Corp. Community school starts February 5 PINCHER CREEK (Special) -Registrations will be accepted in the Matthew Halton High School Lecture Theatre at 7 p.m., Monday, Feb. 5. Instructors and students will choose their regular meeting nights at this time. Regular class sessions will start that week. Anyone interested in a class and unable to be present that evening should phone Matthew Halton. Included is a course dealing with the Indian in today's society. This course will be offered by Roy Cunningham, local teacher. It will be offei-ed for tliree high school credits and will involve about 1.5 evening sessions with some reading assignments. Among those who may participate are Paul Raszka, Henry Potts, Harold Cardinal, William Waunttnee, Rufus Good-striker, and other people concerned about the Indian today. It was decided to have a plaque made ii memory of the late Mrs. Gladys Ronney, a charter member. Women's keep fit classes set COALDALE (HNS) - New programs, sponsored by the Lethbridge County southern 'regional recreation board, will start soon. Women's keep fit classes, every Thursday for 10 weeks, will commence Feb. 8 from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the John Davidson School. Registration fee is $2.50 per person payable at the Coaldale recreation office Monday to Friday. Deadline for registrations is Wednesday, Feb. 7. Classes will also be held at the Hardieville School every Thursday evening from 7 to 8:30 o'clock 10 consecutive weeks. Junior Macrame for boys and girls 14 years of age and older will be conducted every Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Coaldale Sportsplex arts and crafts room. The fee is $4. Sport night at the Hardieville School, for boys and girls between 11 and 14 years of age, will be held Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 8 o'clock. Air rifle shooting instruction will be held for six Thursdays beginning Feb. 8. The times are 7 to 9 p.m. for boys and girls 12 years and older and from 9 to 11 p.m. for adults. Anyone wishing information may contact the Coaldale recreation office from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., 345-3746. St. Joseph's parish slate elected VAUXHALL - St. Joseph's Parish Council met recently with 11 members and Rev. Lynn present. Elected were: Public relations, Frank Weersink; building, Frank Miller; and secretary, Jo Bennett. A representative from the Diocesan board will meet with council some time after Feb. 15. By that time the Diocesan audit will have been prepared. Purpose of the meeting will be to discuss the deficit of the Diocese. A program of Evangelization for North America was discussed. Father Lynn will meet with other ministers to discuss this program. Frank Weersink offered to take charge of a family dance of the Parish to be held on a Saturday or Friday some time near the middle of February. Eight tables for the hall will be purchased. The Knights of Columbus will purchase eight tables as well. As a vacuum cleaner is needed, the CWL has asked for volunteers to purchase one. Arrangements have been made for the cleaning of the parish hall as it is used a great deal. Women who are on the list for cleaning the church each month only have to look after the church. The Hays Church has two organs for sale. The Hays council will take care of the sale of same. It is possible that the organs ight be put up for tender with the parishes and missions being given first opportunity of purchase. Frank Weersink volunteered to investigate the possibility of the formation of an adult choir. CKUA versus CHEC TABER (HNS) - The double possibility of the establishment of a radio station at Taber is again in the forefront but some months will elapse before definitive action can be expected. Taber Chamber' of Commerce's request for an extension of the publicly-owned station CKUA, Edmonton, to serve the southern part of the province, has drawn a favorable reply from Minister of Telephones and Utilities Len F. Werry. Mr. Werry wrote the chamber that a bill will be introduced in the spring session of the legislature to establish an Alberta educational communications corporation. He said it would be empowered to hold the licence of CKUA and would be able to hold licences for other stations associated with CKUA. . "Research is now under way on what facilities might be required and what the eventual costs might be to provide a strong, regular CKUA signal to all of Alberta," said Mr. Werry. Station CHEC of Lethbridge is making overtures to local businessmen for support of an affiliate station to be set up here. A spokesman said the letters of support to the project and local advertising support: to such a station is being sought by the station. Some six hours would originate here initially, with the balance fed from the Lethbridge station. Cable TV Is also under consideration with an application for Taber service now before the CRTC by Lethbridge Television Ltd. Transport firm to relocate TABER (HNS) - Taber Transport's plan to relocate to the industrial park were made known at a recent meeting of the town council when an exchange of land as requested by the firm was approved. The transport company will move its office building and build a new warehouse on the north side of 54th Ave. and east of 58th St. (and the Taber greenhouses) on property currently rented by Big Sky Equipment Ltd. The 150 foot frontage on 56th St. near 50th Ave. will be cleared of all buildings in the straight - across exchange. Council also approved the subdivision of Marathon Realty property between 47th St. and the railway, and between 50th and 51st streets, a portion of which is being sold to Pat Shimbashi. The approval was conditional in that no development will be allowed on the property while the Shell Oil bulk fuel station continues to be located on the east end of the same property because of the evident hazard. Council aropoved a lease sa'e agreement for Harry How to purchase a residential property at 56th Ave. and 47th St. in the amount of $2,995 including prepaid services, Finally in business concerning property, the court of revision for hearing appeals against current land and property assessments was set for 7 p.m. March 19. Banquet for mom TABER (HNS) - A mother and daughter banquet will be one of the highlights of Scout-Guide Week being observed here Feb. 18 through 25. It will be initiated by a church parade at St. Theodore's Anglican Church on the Sunday. Folk arts award won by Lindy Smith CARDSTON - Lindy Smith of Cardston has won a $50 scholarship for high achievement in economics, tenable at the University of Lethbridge. Miss Smith, a freshman student in her second semester of classes at the university, was presented with the scholarship by Mrs. Mary Mysyk during an informal ceremony at the university. Mrs. Mysyk made the presentation on behalf of the Lethbridge Folk Arts Council, sponsoring agency for the scholarship. The occasion marked the first time the scholarship had been presented to a U of L student. An economics major who intends to pursue a career in public administration after obtaining her bachelor of arts degree, Miss Smith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith of Cardston. 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