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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 IHt LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thuriday, February 11, PavUs rink ivins Blood donor i H.NS TiK? Frank First pbcc winner the i Pavlis Rink won the second I Danna Lammii rink Lamnui was assisted bv Gail Churpka, mixed here. I third John Juhar, second, Playing with Pavlis were I Barrv lead. Jack Cook, third, Steve_Shim- cecom] winner was the Henry Hrneirik rink. Hrncirik team included Kelly Churpka, third. Dean Swartzenberger, second, Denise Hammon, lead. ek, second, and (Dorothy) Lammii, lead. The second place winner was the Jim Ikebuchi rink. Ike- buchi was assisted by George Mehalko, third, Mrs. George (Pat) Mehalko, second, and Jotm Juhar, lead. A total of IS rinks competed. In other news, kiddie's bonspiel for youngsters 16 years and under was held here recently. RETURNS HO.ME .ycicu., COAU1URST (HNS) Mrs. mixed I M. Arizono has returned from Spokane after a 12-day holiday. While there she visited with her mother and sister. clinic set BOW ISLAND (Special) The Bow Island Women's In- stitute will convene a Red Cross blood donor clinic here Aug. 4. The WI met recently at the home of Mrs. Helen Robertson with Mrs. Elsie Nugent the co- hostess. A donation of was made towards sending a Bow Island High School student to the Unit- ed Nations seminar. Mrs. Yvonne Thurston will host the March meeting. Roundup of News j m Dancers meet PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Dancers from Iron Springs and district meet every Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Huntsville School. It is for the whole family. An executive was elected with Ed Reiter president and Ed Jorgensen secretary. Re- cently there was a turn-out of 35 adults and 20 children. Race winners NATAL (HNS) Minor hockey week was observed with a large crowd attending the day's activities in the Natal Arena. Winners of the races for seven and under were Robby Busato, Jay Anderson, Troy Travis and Norm Hailes. In the 8-9 age group the win- ners were Alan Whittaker, Danny Morgan, Danny Thies and Ronny Rutchman. In the 10-year-old group the winners were M. Hybachuk, M. Richmond and Blair Peebles. ceived by Mr. Myers by Tues- Brent Burton by Marilyn Kim HAPPY SKATERS-Youngsters at Coaldale are having plenty of fun these days at the outdoor skating rinks. This huge rink at John Davidson School is one of many in the town. South Alberta's good old Chinook is the icemaker and he works for nothing. Tymburski Photo City administrator Hoover wipes out two-man committees Feb. on behalf of the BOW ISLAND (Special) A smorgasbord will be held The Foremost team is coached by Lynden Feb. 27. It is sponsored by the (HNS) were presented to the most valuable j _ tor Gershaw School Band parents' Aid of the Knox Pres-ijytsrian Church of Jumbo Kultgen of Foremost Falcons, and to the all-stars It will benefit a held its February School Queen band tour through Montana, Idaho, Oregon and British Columbia. A music workshop is set the home of Mrs. D. Mac-Lean. The general meeting was followed by a Bible All stars selected were L. Sharland, Bill Resslar, Jim KuyKenda, Darryl Cbris-tensou, and Brent Thli sign is staidlii! ready CoaUale Sportplex coutnic-tion to begin by 'March 15. It Calgary on March 19 and Dave Curie will be all that the Coaldale ents will meet regarding for the March District Sportspki will built near the CoaMate Senior (HNS) Joy C. Biem, local building Rink. Gerd Voelske. construction supervisor, re. TABER (HNS) Curling foursomes must aggregate 210 years of age to qualify (Special) Foremost Falcons beat Crescent Heights High School and former member ol town council, has been appointed to the board of Taber materials are ordered and arrangement! for the construction are entry in a senior of Medicine Hat to win Authority. It governs favorably, v being planned for Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 23 and 24. boys invitational basketball tournament at the housing development. He succeeds Mrs. Lola ON DRUGS curlers must have reached School resigned some time (HNS) Coal- years. Registration fees of per rink will include the Tuesday evening banquet, according to provisional secretary Harry B. Myers. Entries must be a final more noted for errors than excellence, the Falcons led from start to finish and easily won by 55-38. The tournament trophy was presented to Foremost COMMITTEE COALDALE (HNS) Town council will set up a committee to co-ordinate its annual Set tier's Day here this summer. HOITHJ suu ocnooi DAQ i very good turnout recently to see the films on drugs. It was also enjoyed by a number of students as well as the parents. Lunch was served. CRANBROOK On recommendation of its newly-appointed administrator, Bland Hoover, city council Bweepingly revised its govern- ing procedures recently. Mr. Hoover, also city trea- surer, outlined to council the Woods, Gordon and Company report following a close study last fall of existing procedure in city hall. First recommendation was appointment of an administra- tor toward co-ordinating more closely the city departments' functions. Council subsequently appointed him to the post on six months probation. His resolution recommended abolishing present two-alder- men standing committee, fi- nance and administration, en- gineering, and parks and rec- reation (which met separately with the respective department head toward preparing resolu- tions for the subsequent fort- nightly council Instead the entire council will meet in committee fort- nightly to prepare its resolu- tions to be presented at the open council meetings the first and third Tuesdays. The administrator will act as secretary at both committee and open meetings. Department heads will not be required to attend unless requested to be present. In effect this separates de- partment heads from partici- pating in policy sessions in committee on their own de- partments unless specifically required to do so. Hoping Women's Institute elects Sirs. Anton Herbst HOPING The Hoping Women's Institute met recently at the home of Mrs. Ellen Burns to elect 1971 officers in- cluding Mrs. Anton Herbst, president, and Mrs. Jack Grif- fiths, vice-president. Rev. Monies: have to COALDALE (HNS) The role of the church, its minister and congregation, is to deal with individuals and come to them in their need. Rev. John Monies, pastor cf the Coaldale United Church, recently told the annual meeting. Churches and ministers can go overboard on committees and organizational v.' o r The emphasis should be on the in- dividual. "We have a ministry to each other. have to learn to he good listeners. Somehow we have to learn how to hear and understand the frustrations, loneliness, depression and de- featism of others Juniper school pupi ils happy CRANBROOK (Speciall Cranbroek branch r.! the Kcote- Society [or Handicapped i Children at its annual meeting j reports the 1D70 major advance expansion of its Juniper; Day School sessions to nine adults. This was integrated v.ith the children Adult ch.sscs are "happy tml busy" in handicrr.it and occu- pational sessions. Juniper i teachers arc lirs. J. C. Barton and .Mrs. Henry Main. Mrs. Hci.rnomi v.-.is The new secretary is Mrs Emil Laqua. Sirs. George Fauth was named treasurer. Directors are Mrs. Ralph Lee and Mrs. Ralph Dixson, sicl committee; Mrs. Mary Dixson hospital visitation; Mrs. E Craddock and Mrs. M. Laqua standing committee chairmen home economics, Mrs. R. Lee social service, Mrs. A. Herbst health, Mrs. J. Stadelman; ag riculture, Mrs. M. Dmson handicraft, Mrs. E. Craddock. GRAIN CORN Mrs. Mary Dixson reporter on the corn project of the irr gated district in the Bow Is land-Medicine Hat area bein organized under the auspice of the Alberta Corn Committee The grain corn yields wer very good this year, and som of the growers kept records o planting' dates, cost of produ tion and returns to the growe These records will be analyze and information will be assem bled regarding the economi aspects of grain corn produ tion. Mrs. E. Laqua reported on continuing education for the unemployed. The value of edu cation is" in the learning and the _ _ i n g of that knowledge i throughout your lifetime either at work or at play. TAKE COVKSES When one is unemployed, one way of using your free time is take courses offered by schools and colleges to equip you for a better job or enable you to bet- j ter cope with free time. Work j ing towards a degree is not I always the answer to unem- ployment as many people with degrees are unemployed. Twelve attended. 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