Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, Juno 1, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Golden Wedding Marked By Mr. And Mrs. Calilioo MAS1NASIN (HNS) Ap-, 19M. They have two pfoximatcly 70 friends and rcla-1 daughters, five grandcliildicn lives attended the open house to celebrate the Golden Wed- ding of Mr." and Mrs. Solomon T Calihoo held recently at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lcs Gcrlal. Present at the family dinner were- Mrs. Mary West of Daw- son Creek, B.C., bridesmaid at the wedding in 1920; sisters of the bride. Laura Moore of Wells, B.C. and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. L'Hirondollo of Milk River; Mr. and Mrs. William Shannon, son-in-law Eiid daugh- ter1 and family of Edmonton, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Shennen and son of Edmonton and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gerlat of Leth- bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon, the former Lottie Emma Fifle, and one great grandson. For her 50th anniversary, Mrs. Callihoo chose a dress of the same shade of blue as she wore on her wedding day and a locket which was a gift from the groom. A corsage of yellow roses complimented her ensem- ble. were married at Villcncuye. They resided in Patterson Stays On As Mayor CLARESHOLM (HNS) Mayor Ernie Patterson recent- ly told council: "I've decided not to hand in my resignation numbers of ratepayers have asked me to stay on and it would be unfair to those who voted for the money bylaw and these who couldn't vote, if 1 re- signed." Councillor Charles Thomas proposed that stage two of the drainage program, which con- stitutes the building cf three lagoons, should be combined with stage three, which calls for a storm sewer Line to run from the north to the south end of town on a street just east of the grain elevators to drain the east side of town. The proposed bylaw would re- quire the borrowing of about Mayor Patterson said those who saw fit to oppose our pro- gram would accuse us of dis- regarding the democratic pro- cess." Council decided to call a "citizen's meeting" in tile ele- Alcohol Main Problem For Indians PINCHER CREEK (Special) Peter Cresswell, Napi court worker is a native New Zea- lancler by birth. He arrived in Pincher Creek in June, 1966. Me got his first taste of dis- crimination in Calgary when a I Maori buddy had trouble find-1 ing accommodation. He also j j found discrimination toward j tlin Indians in southern Al- berta. It was after attending the or- ganizational meeting of the Napi association under the aus- pices of Harold Coward, direc- tor of the Pincher Creek-Crows- nest Pass Preventive Social Services, that he became in- volved. Now doing court work along Roun of District News t. -fit i BRIDGE CRUMBLES This 75-foot steel bridge collapsed under the weigh! of a cattle liner. Driver is said to be Roy Egger. He manned to get the truck across with no damage to either cattle or truck. It is located 20 miles west of Claresholm. Andersen Photo. Warner CWL Names Slate Centennial Plans SPAR WOOD (HNS) At a meeting of the planning com- mittee Molly Dorraty reported a meeting will be held with the school board and the Centennial committee. This meeting was called to discuss a proposed Centennial project of Softball grounds im- provements. cil painting of Cameron falls, tact Fred Lipskey al (he Pinch- painted by Mrs. L. Surge, j er Creek recreation office, Walter Burgess wished them well. phone U27-4322 or wile to Box 159, Pincher Creek. Disaster Staged I Mayor Improving MASINASIN prac- SPAKWOOD (HNS) Mayor lice run to exercise the Milk Thomson of the District of River Border Counties Hospital j Spanvood, who recently under- disaster plan and to exercise j the Emergency Measures Or- If the school board is agree-1 ganization in assisting the able to improvements being made to its grounds the com- mittee will submit that as their plan for a Centennial projects. Plan Survey SPARWOOD (HNS) John Walmsley, chairman of the Spanvood recreation commit- tee, reported plans of a survey to determine the recreation needs of the residents of the district. pital plan was held recently on the grounds of the Erie Rivers School. Thirty-two simulated casual- ties were seen in various phases o! shock, burns, lacerations and death as a result of a labora- tory explosion in (lie school. Honor Losers SPARWOOD (HNS) Three members of the Canadian Cal- went surgery in the Michel Hos- pital is reported to be making satisfactory progress. Plan Concert BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass Band has announced that a concert will be held in the IsabeUc Sellon School auditorium on tile evening of June 19. The band has recently pur- chaser! a new bass drum and tubn with monies derived from the recent campaign for funds. Special Meeting mentary school June 9 at 8 p.m. auditorium II VUllylt held its monthly meeting re- cently at the home of Mrs. S. B. Collin, with Mrs. V. G. Heppler as co-hostess. New president, Mrs. B. Big- gers, opened the meeting with being executive director of the Napi association, Peter has found the problem is one of misunderstanding of ths law, of figuring an arrest automat- ically meant guilt in the eyes of Mi. Cresswel! said: "If al- cohol was removed from the mine in wliich the Indian was involved 95 per cent of the cases would never reach court. The answer ssems to lie in a preventive program. If the pub- lic would do something positive in organizing such a program instead of trying to get the RCMP to clean up the streets then there would be a lot more hope for the future." Ideas of a positive approach are such things as an AA Group, A Crisis Centre or small club where alcoholics may take their problems. His sincerity and friendship toward the native people has brought him many friends. WARNER (HNS) Tile War-1 Mrs. J. 0. Collin and Mrs. J. Catholic Women's League, Heppler will he responsible for the purchase and setting of quet recently, flowers in the church yard. Miss P. TToicll closed the AU (lie CWL members re- meeting with a tcripture read- ceived high praise for the ex- ing. __________ ccllcnt meal and efficiency of: analyzed serving the graduation ban- pule'r.' Meter Readers Hired orie Counters group The Born A survey used in Cranbrook j Losers were honored at a spe- r was found to be suitable for j cial dinner meeting held at the use here and an enquiry is j Fernie Motor Inn. The under way to determine if the! honored women recorded _____ results of the survey can be! most weight lost in the past citizen's meeting at 3 p.m. 1 with the use'of a com- year. Gifts were presented to j 9 to citizens the coursp Carol Letasy, Jean Tabor and j of acHon lllcy council to Grace Kumhyr. on slagc No. 2 and No. 3 The executive members were of program, presented with corsages of pink carnations. bybil i UI.IJILO 10 mv. i 1111 it sioracn lagoons to hold runoff water was defeated in a recent Sausage Shop lions; rela-! COALDALE (HNS) Water Mrs Julia Pittman, so-1 consumption in the town is reaching staggering propor- cial, economic and chic life; Mrs. S. B. Collin, organization. Others are: church life, Miss j P. .Troidl; social action, Mrs. R. Dannatt; cultural life, Mrs. J. .Moshurchak; Christian fam- ily life, Mrs. M. Flexhaug. A picture postcard was re- ceived from Rev. C. Bqeren, en- joying tulip time in Holland. He will return to Warner the end of June. Picnic for catachism children and preschoolers is planned for June J at Shady Park. The CWL will have a float in the Spc-rts Day Parade, June 12, using last year's CWL theme. Mrs. John Heppler will pre- side over the committee to serve' luncheon to tile Women's Institute conference, to be held in Warner June 10. tions. The plant is going "full steam" for 20 hours instead of 16 hours a day. Heavy water- Domage Amplifier SPARWOOD (HNS) Spar- wood RCMP report that dam- age amounting from to was done to a TV ampli- fier across from the Sparwood Motel. A reward is being offered by the Fernie Television Company for any information regarding the damage and identification cf the vandals. The Fernie Tele- vision Company slated it will consider laying charges. ing of lawns is said to be the cai'sc. Three new water and sewer sendees have been installed by the water and sewer depart- ment. Another nine applica- tions are ready for new ser- vices. Two extra men have been lured to read water meters and work on service installa- tions. Another person will com- mence work June 1 to assist the water and sewer supervi- sor, George King. Councillor Ron Low asked council to consider the propo- sal made by Mr.'King to pur- chase 66 feet of land from the Coatdale Cheese Factory. This is needed to reroute the drain- age ditch towards the new sew- I er Lift station. Council agreed I to purchase (lie land for SPARWOOD (HNS) At a joint meeting of the planning i leader, committee recently F. Sz.ing presented plans for the fresh j meat and sausage shop he has planned to be located in the new i commercial area at Sparwood. i The building to be construct- ;cd of cinder brick, will three; c L A R E S HOLM (HNS) the Town council is calling a spc- The money bylaw to borrow Peebles is the i l? construct three water Help Wanted PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek parks and recreation department needs officials to help out at all the requirements of presen j u u Alberta summer and anticipated bylaws and will be in keeping with the small appearance of other new shops whicli will be established in the new shopping area. Surprise Farewell FINCHEU CREEK (Special) Members and their wives of j the Westwind Bowman's Club held a surprise farewell party for RCMP Cpl. George Sveinbjornson and h i s wife prior to them leaving for Iheir new posting to Ranldn Inlet in the Northwest Territories. II is under their guidance the archery club originated six months ago. I In presenting them with an i games. People are needed to officiate in track and field, slow pitch and swimming. Persons interested may con- RID5NG LESSONS ENGLISH, JUMPING, WESTERN QUALIFIED INSTRUCTORS Contact GWEN MURRAY 733-2227, evenings Lessons to be held al FORT WHOOP-UP RIDING GROUNDS plebiscite. O Rumpus Room Carpef Famous Outdoor fibre with rubber back. Ideal for rumpus rooms. 4 colors only. MATERIAL ONLY 4-49 50. YD. Revelsfoke BUILDING MATERIALS Corner 3rd Ave. and !7lh St. S. Phone 327-5777 DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd AYS. 5. 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