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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtdoy, February 17, 197J THf IETHBRIDGE HERAIB 3 Music festival dates set By VEHN UECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAffiMORE Blairmoro Lions Club, at its recent meet- ing set March 20, 21, 22, and 23 as dates lor Uic annual Crows- nest Pass Music Festival. It is sponsored by the club. The event will be held in the Isabella Scllon School auditori- um. Lions will take over an auc- tion sale originally planned by the chamber of commerce last fall. Arrangements will be made to hold the event in the Ellis Hall. Meanwhile, Lions will collect items to sell at the auc- tion. Goods already collected by chamber members arc to bo turned over to the Lions. Persons having items they wish to turn over to the club [or the event can have the goods picked up by telephoning 563-3287, or 562-2324. Proceeds will be for commun- ity purposes. Some discussion was held on the club undertaking a project [or the new nursing home-se- nior citizens home complex to be built adjoining the Crows- nest Pass Municipal hospital. Several projects were dis- cussed and it was disclosed tho club has already obligated self to a landscaping project on the complex. A work bee to put a ceiling and [loor in the Scout Hall in the Elks Building basement will be held nest Monday eve- ning starting at 7 o'clock. A letter of thanks was re- ceived from the Blairmore li- brary committee lor the Lions' donation. The club approved a dona- tion of towards the cost ol the trip for the Crowsnest Pass school debating team. It is planning to enter an Edmon- ton competition. A women's night is planned [or April. It will include a wine and cheese hour, dancing and a sphagctti and meatballs sup- per. "Whopping fish stories" will be heard at a visitation nijshl when other clubs will attend. II is coming in two weeks. The club is now involved in a shuffle board tournament. When this is completed, a bil- liard and bowling tournament will be held. .3 AMBULANCE SERVICE The new Crowsnest Pass ambulance, latest- in design, will respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week ,to emergency calls 1o 562-2333. Bloirmore, Coleman, Bellevue, Frank and the Improvement District 5 will administer the service. There are six drivers and two attendants. It is equipped to provide every safety and comfort convenience. Photo Robertson heads park FORT STEELE (Special) Native of Scotland and long- time recreation director for the City of Kimberley, Struan Rob- ertson has been named new supervisor for Fort Steele His- toric Park. He succeeds Norman Black- burn, supervisor since restora- tion was started and through 1971 when the visitor tally at this attraction tallied 135.000 (at the lllllBliEllliSIllliigiEIiisiil More district ou page 25 Mr. Blackburn transferred in October to the post of supervi- sor of East Kootenay public campsite and picnic sites, with Wasa headquarters. Museum curator continues to be Rae Masse. Mr. Robertson started in Kimberley as McDougall Hall program director when Cornin- co turned it over to the city and in 1965 became city recreation director. No restrictions COALDALE (HNS) Coun- cillor John Gossen recently in- formed town council the Coal- dale Cemetery, operated by two Mennonnite churches, is open to anyone In the community. Ken Robinson elected DEL BONTTA (HNS) At the annual meeting of the Del Bonita Wildlife Club, the follow- ing were elected to the execu- tive for 1972: President, Ken Robinson; rice president, Bill Doyle; secretary. Ray Dalton; big game, Bill Saunders: birds, Glen Powlesland; and fish, Joe Gruninger. Hunter training is under George Koskewich. Good and welfare is under Leslie Dalton. It was decided to have the trophy night in the latter par of March. 84 mills levied at Coaldale Jim Jolmsoii heads council of 4-H clubs PINCHER CREEK (Special) annual meeting of the Pincher Creek District 4-H Council was held recently and a new executive was installed, j Jim Johnson of the Foothills 3eef club is president. Other officers: Mrs. Ruth Schmidt, Whispering Pines Clothing Club, secretary-treas- urer; Mrs. Norah Peters, Rein- ing and Training Horses Club, vice-president; Mrs. Vic John- son, Whispering Pines, Cloth- ing Club, club reporter. The annual skating and to- boggan party will be held Sun- day, Feb. 13, at 2 p.m. at the old Slim Hassellman place near Fishburn. Public speaking date for se- nior competition was set tor April 8, with the regional com- petition at Lethbridge April 15 and the Calgary Zone competi- tion April 20. A demonstration and leader- ship conference will be held at Pincher Creek Friday, March 10. COALDALE (HNS) Town council here recently set the 1972 mill rate at 84. This is an increase of five mills from last year. One mill is valued at about Council indicated was pared off the preliminary bud- get. Tax notices will go out in the mail at about mid-March. Town council also pai three readings to the bylaw for tax discounts on early payments of 1972 property taxes. The dis counts are 10 per cent if pai< by April 30, eight per cent up to May 31 and six per cent to July 31. DON'T MISS THIS OUTSTANDING SERIES OF DISCUSSIONS LEARN HOW YOU CAN LIVE A RICHER, MORE MEANINGFUL LIFE, EVEN IN THESE TROUBLED TIMES NEW HOPE for the future. NEW CONFIDENCE for today. NEW UNDERSTANDING of God's plan. NEW FAITH to see you through. NEW STRENGTH to make a fresh start. NEW COURAGE in times of trouble. PLEASE ACCEPT OUR PERSONAL INVITATION TO JOIN US FOR WHAT WE BEtlEVE Witt BE THE INSPIRA- TIONAL EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME. DON'T MISS A SINGtE NIGHT AS WE EXPLORE TOPICS THAT COME TO GRIPS WITH THE GREATEST PROBLEMS FACING THE WORtD TODAY. "CHAPEL OF CHIMES" Location. 2606 16th Avenue South, Lethbridge 17 GREAT NIGHTS February 19th to March 18th Organ Recital Begins p.m. -THIS SATURDAY, FEB. 19th-------- "Jesus Fought the Why didn't Ke kill him? HONOR FIREFIGHTERS Picture Butte volunteer fire- fighters gather for the photographer after receiving pins in recognition of their service 1o the town and district. Howard Branch, councillor in charge of the department, presented five-year and 10-year men with pins. Front row, from left: Kenneth Allen, Mike Gibb, Alton Ander- son, Jason Ronney, Edward Malmberg, Chief Bill Vogt, Danny Toly, Art Vance, Ted Koyata Jed Sobczak, Edward Davies and Don Remple. Back row: George Chronik, John Heinonen, Gabriel Sagy, Ben Nyhof, Charles Shimek, Richard Cosson, Steve Mozutinec and Zolten Sabo. P. Johnson Photo Catholic parley coming WARNER (HNS) The War- ner Catholic Women's League met recently at the home oi I Mrs. J. 0. Collin. with Mrs. J. Onda as co-hostess. The meeting opened with prayer by Miss P. Troidl, spiri- tual convener. Mrs. S. E. Collin, regional chairman, reported a notice of the CWL convention to be held at Calgary in May. This region was asked to support one o[ the 59th anniversary evenings. A motion that S30 be sent [or this purpose was carried. A motion that be sent to Rev. Parks dedicates gifts Feb. 20 NOBLEFORD (Special) Rev. Parks will dedicate gifts to be placed in the Nobleford United Church, in memory of the late Mrs. Jean D. Noble, Feb. 20 at a.m. Everyone is welcome. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Oecoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 the Coady Instituete was car- ried. Mrs. S. B. Collin and Mrs. V Pittman reported on Lions sup- per meetings. A new committee was appointed for the next four meetings. Rev. John Schuster spoke on the new first communion and confession times for the parish. Lenten services will be held in the church at Warner. Father Schuster then gave a spiritual reading. Mrs. R. Dannatt gave a pro- gram en her convenership, so- cial action, followed by a group discussion. COUNTRY MEWS These Are The LctKbtidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR................. General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TUFNtULL General Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOIF Gen. Del. TURIN Mn. Poulin Juhar................Phone Contact theie for your District Newi or Classified Advertising Bring your friends, bring the family and bring the children. A special program will be provided each evening for children of all ages. We'd like you to be our guests. Join us for these outstanding programs as we 'Reach Out for Life." Affiliated willv- IT IS WRITTEN and FAIIH FOR TODAY telecast-, THE SIGNS OF THE TIMES prophetic monthly journal The VOICE OF PROPHECY international radio broadcast evperience of n Many special musical features for yout enjoyment A Isn't it time for you to Reach Out for Life? Sponsored by your Seventh-Day Adventist neighbors people who care! WHAT IS ARE COME IN AND TRY OUR HAMBURGERS DOUBLEBURGERS TRIPLEBURGERS PLUS OTHER MENU ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM Formerly TAGS DRIVE-IN 2002 3rd Ave. S, Phone 328-5405 ;