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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 55TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Ryerson Chriitie of Cardslon are marking their SSlh wedding anniversary today. They were married Jan. 20, IP17, at Toronlo. Christies mark anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ryerson Christie of Cardston married in Eaton's Memorial United Church, Toronto, Ont., Jan. are observing their 55th wedding anniversary to- day. Mr. Christie came to Alberta in 1906 after obtaining a bach- elor of science degree, gradu- ating with honors, from the University of Toronto. Following his marriage to the former Ada Helena Dunning he took up fanning in the Twin Lakes areas. Both Mr. and Mrs. Christie have been active in government 1930; chairman of the St. Mary's school division in 1936 and served on the school board until 1941. He also served a term on the town council. He has been active in lodge work and is a life member of Ureka No. 10 Masonic Lodge, Lacombe; is a member of Chief Mountain Lodge; a member of the Scottish Rite Lodge, Lett- bridge Valley; the Alberta Con- sistory and south Alberta Con- sistory: an honorary member of the supreme council, 33rd de- gree, for the Dominion. Mr. Christie, u a Rotarlan, Jmmmn H, THI UTHMRMI MUIB 1 Town siren automated for curfew Mrs. Grace Franz leads COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Mrs. R. Grace Franz recently was installed worthy matron of Coleman Minerva Chapter No. 41 Order of Eastern Star. Installing officer was Mrs. J. Kay Park. She was assisted by Cecil Coover and Edie Nelson, Florie MacLeod, Emily Owen, E. Jones and C. Garner. The new slate includes Worthy Patron Jim Park; As- sociate Matron H. Matkovtik; Associate Patron George Jen- kins; secretary Mrs. J. Geral- dine Montalbetti; treasurer A. Vincent; conductress, B. Lux holm; chaplain D. McGregor marshall, Edie Nelson; organ ist, Emily Owen; Adah, J. Bow man; Ruth, E. Wilson; Esthe Betty Pitt; Martha, M. Amell Elecla, Kay Park; warden Doreen Collings and sentinal I Westworth. Entertainment was provided by C. of the Acaa chapter, Calgary, Kay Par and B. Lindholm, both of Mi: erva chapter. Lunch was served by Phyllis Jones and her committee. United Church parley set Mr. and Mrs. Christie have attended 15 International Ro- tary Conventions. Proprietors of a motel in Cardston Mr. Christie Is past president of UK Alberta Motel Association. Both Mr. and Mrs. Christie are charter members of Chief Mountain Chapter Order of the Eastern. Star in Cardston. Mr. Christie has been an active member of St. Andrew's United Church in Cardston. Mr. and Mrs. Christie have two sons, Brock now residing at Edmonton, and Herb of Leth- bridge, eta seven grandchil- dren. COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) A meeting of Crowsnest Pass United Church members will be held in St. Paul's United Church, Coleman, at p.m. Sunday, Jan. 25. The board said the meeting will be held to review the work of the churches during the pas year. The combined meeting is ne- cessary to strengthen ccrmm motions between the churches and the Crowsnest Pass boan and to give the minister en- dorsement for his ministry. Lions aid Cubs, Scouts BLAffiMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore Lions will hold a work bee in the basement of the Elks Hall at p.m. Mon- day, Jan. 24, to install ceiling tile on the club room they are building for Cubs and Scouts. Some work will also be done on the floor. Lions approved a donation to the Bellevue Community Library. A letter of apprecition wa received from the Croswne Pass Community Swimming Pool Project Committee e pressing thanks to the Lions for their donation of Doug McDonald named and civic affairs. Mr. Christie was Liberal candidate in the Cardston area been active hi its worl having been Rotary Diatric Governor in They lost two sons: Dick in t the Second World War and Ryerson, drowned in ITHsUUlUt chairman of NATAL (HNS) New chairman of the Femie school district board is Doug McDonald, veteran trustee from Gras-mere. He was the only one nominated. Elected by acclamation was vice-chairman Ted Stafford, Fernie trustee. Retiring chairman Jack Pidgeon of Fernie did not seek re-election as chairman because of ill health. Knights cur BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) St. Joseph the Worker Council, Knights of Columbus, will host the Knights' district spiel at Blairmore March 19. A total of 16 rinks will take part. Flans include a sphagetti supper. Knights will also host for the annual Knights-Masons rii BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Marx Gryschuk rink of .he Blairmore Elks Iddge defeated the George Finder rink of Fort Macleod in the local District 2 Elks Corby Cup play-downs here recently. The Gryschuk rink will play Nursing home wins tentative BLAIRMOItE (CNP Bureau) -Ernie Luini, administrator of Crowsnest Pass General Hos- Sliaughnessy centre and one at the southwes end of town, just south of the Gulf Service .Station. Two lights were requestei for the skating rink, the poles have already been erected an the lights will be installed soon Next fall it is hoped arrangement can be made to have th snow removed by grader of the skating rink. For now, nothing can be done.' People feel that some of the old houses and cars should be removed. These old houses are dangerous as children tend to play inside and there is broken glass, old furniture and cellar holes through which the ohil dren could fall. The question arose whether i ,is not possible to have the gar bage hauled bi-weekly insteac of every week and have the cost cut in half. It is felt there is not that much garbage bo have it haulec every week. Since then, H. Annable has been around to every house-bolder with a questionnaire on behalf of Lethbridge County 26 pertaining to this matter. The next meeting will be held Feb. 14 at 7 p.m. at the Shaugh-nessy 20-mil< By ALICE E. WADE Herald News Service SHAUGHNESSY At the recent meeting of the taxpayers' association it was noted thai two 20-mile per hour speed zone signs should be erected, coming into town off the main highway, as some parents zones afraid some youngster will tx run over due to the excessiv< speed of some drivers. Three street lights are required, one at the east end o town, one approximately in up for grabs March 11 COLEMAN (CNP March 11, is the date set for the Coleman Fish and Game Association's a n n u a "trophy night." Tentative plans were made by 13 members at the meeting last week. It was decided to hold the event in the Elks Hall at 3.m. Plans include a buffet supper, entertainment and presentation of prizes for the best heads entered and the argest fish caught last season. Members entering game nads are advised they must be jrought to Celli's Building and Supplies before March 4 so the leads can be measured and fudged. Another meeting Is scheduled 'or Feb. 14 to complete plans or the event. Members are urged to turn Snow slows garbage collection TABER (HNS) In order to better handle the garbage collection work during the period of heavy snow and high drifts, tire collection crew requests residents clear snow near their cans of garbage. Residents are also requested to heed the signs at the new dump grounds, keeping all wet and regular wastes in the sanitary land fill area. Garbage crews were asked to report residences where wet garbage is never segregated. Garbage barrels are burning day and night with a discomforting stench which the segregation of wet garbage was Intended to eliminate. To reduce possible drifting In future, the town will consider placing of snow fencing In areas where heavy drifting aired at lodge PINCHER CREEK (Special) J. C. Kitchen of Edmonton, supervisor of senior citizens' iflmes for the Alberta Hospital Services Commission, attended he recent board meeting of Crestview Senior Citizens' Lodge, (at which time a of interested persons, Jrestview residents and staff members were in and heard points of dissension within the lodge. Thomas V. Hammond, chairman of the Crestview lodge board, conducted the meeting. Protests were made against afions in regards to treatment of members of the staff and residents of the lodge and over the recent discharging of an employee. Also brought forth was a re-iiest to have the board of in-lusfrial relations' poster displayed in a prominent place. A further request was (.hat he board post a financial stale-ment and the minutes of each meeting. It was evident that feelings un high when two members of Ihe staff tendered their resignations in protest. Mr. Hammond, In summing p the meeting, said the board would have to sift and weigh ho many points and como up with a Legion chieftains installed COLEMAN (CNP A joint installation of officers was held in the Coleman Le- I gion recently when Harry Free-nan, zone commander from Bellevue, and Mrs. Marne God- '.aid, zone commander from Fort Macleod, installed the Legion and Ladies Auxiliary offi- 1 cers. fl President is Robert Langille; i vice president, Al Krywolt; econd vice president, Tony r :occiolonc; secretary, Peter 8 leroniuk and sergeant at- z arms, Vasyl Wasylien. Executive members are Nick Cytko, Doug Skinner, Mel Tajc, t ohn Russell, Jack Markosky, Norman Ash and Joe Myslicki. Mrs. Marie Skinner will head b women and be assisted by past- t resident, Mary Clarke; vice- t iresidcnt, Farina Langille; S ihtplain, Madge Parry; seere- n ary, Kay Garner; treasurer, lernice Navatril and standard-bearer, Pat Rypien. The executive comprises itary Clarke, Milzl Moore, Isa-belle Splcvak, Virginia Haiuka, tf reda Tajc. Mary Mcroni u k 1 and Jahns. o A soda) evcnina follownl. m Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Dtcoux, Blalrmoro _ Phono These TheUthbru COUNTR Correspondents MAGRATH MRS. MIIDMD HAftKEK MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER Ige Herald Y NEWS in Your Area Q goi P.O. Box 329, Milk River BO NANTON MRS. MARY ItNSON MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINI HANSON Contact Ihuo PIOPM t or Om your Dlilrlct Re-elected trustees Mrs. McKenzie and Ted Stafford Femie and Len Musil of E Valley and newly-elected Spar wood trustee Charles Moorman, who replaces Mrs. Dora Ui garo, took oaths. Mr. McDonald said be hope for a successful year. "I know it will be a busy he sait adding, "I am human, like any one else, and if f make an mistakes as chairman, I nope the trustees will tell me." spiel in the loca arena. St. Joseph the Worker mem bers have accepted a challenge for 3 hockey game from one o the Lethbridge councils. The regular meeting of th local council will be held in th Coleman Catholic Hail at p.m. Jan. 23. at Warner Feb. 5 and S in thi Districts 1, 2 and 3 playdowns Winner will them move to the zone playdowns to be held a Drumheller. Provincial and Dominion fi nals follow. pilal and Nursing Home Dis trict 40, has announced the se- nior citizens and nursing home complex, to be built east of the local hospital, has been lenta lively approved. It got the go-ahead from agencies concerned, including the Alberta Hospital Corpora- tion, the Alberta Health Ser- vices Commission and the Crowsnest Pass General Hos- pital board. A public meeting will be held Feb. 9. Time and place of the meeting will be amounced. Architects and engineers will be present and a scale model of the senior citizens and nurs- ing home will be on display. Main purpose of the meeting will be to receive comments and suggestions from local citi- zens regarding the complex. Persons with, suggestions on Ihe units are invited to write t h e m in the book provided at Ihe local hospital. Afeanwhile, Mr. Luini and board members will meet with ilic Alberta Hospital Corpora- ion and the Alberta Hospital Services Commission at Ed- monton this week. MOST CONVERTED Approximately 73 per cent of ho wood pulp manufactured in 1967 was converted In Canada to other products, particularly i newsprint, RAYMOND (HNS) An au- tomatic control has been placed on the town siren used for fire alarms and the evening curfew. The siren used for fire alarms is operated from a pri- vate dwelling. There are five fire phones located in dwell- ings, I bus five phones ring when the fire number is dialed. The first one (o answer rings the alarm. Curfew time Is 9 p.m. Before the automatic control was placed on the siren it was ne- cessary for the town policeman to be at the right spot at p.m. in order, to ring the cur- few. With the new control, Ihe si- ren will be used to deagnala the noon hour, a.m. The alarm for a fire will op- erate on i 20-second cycle for a period of two minutes. The BIGGEST January Sale EVER TO HIT LETHBRIDGE DISHWASHER THE REUAHE ONE Comes tquipfMd with all tht mott wanted feature! er Down and Per Month WASHER wr er Down and Per Month DRYER or Down and Fir Month WE HAVE THE WIDEST SELECTION OF APPLIANCES IN THIS AREA! A SMITH'S WITH TRADE t Ed Smith Mlko Miikulin 736 13th St. N. LETHBRIDGE Phono 328-6964 COAIDALF, Alberta Phon. 345-3272 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. CLOSED MONDAYS ;