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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, March S, 1971 - THI IETHBRIDGE HERALD -3 Canon Nakayama has Japan mission By MARY TYMBURSKI Herald News Service COALDALE - Anyone who has been a patient in the Coal-dale Community Hospital for a few days has been privileged and blessed with a visit from the deeply spiritual Canon Gordon Goichi Nakayama of the Coaldale Anglican Church of the Ascension. Credit Union banquet held PINCHER CREEK (Special) -A banquet attended by 134 members and guests preceded the 27th annual meeting of the Pincher Creek and District Savings and Credit Union held in the Dieppe Memorial Hall. Chairman Bruce McRae in traduced guests. Mayor A. Ames brought greetings on behalf of the town The growth for the year 1970 brought the total assets to $822,000, well over the three-quarter million mark, a large increase over the previous year. Assets 27 years ago stood at $170. � Memberships at the year-end stand at 722. A total of 441 loans were made to members for a total of $631,060, an increase of $116,530 from 1969. The board of directors again declared a five per cent divi dend on share - saving ac counts. Elected for three-year terms were Bruce McRae, Ernest Shemko and Jens Sorenson Other directors are Ken Lewis, Carson Bine, Herman Peefcers and Tom Patterson. The Pincher Creek and District Savings and Credit Union will affiliate with the Credit Union Federation of Alberta and Foothills Chapter of the Federation for the year 1971. Roy Cope, principal of Matthew Halton High School, spoke on the national identity of Canadian people. Mr. Cope came to Canada from England in 1956. He said he never ceases to be amazed at the Canadians' ingenuity, understanding and sense of humor. His acts of kindness have been humbly and quietly performed. These acts will he missed as Rev. and Mrs. Nakayama leave here Thursday, March 4, for a four-month missionary trip to Japan and Okinawa. After serving as a missionary and pastor of the Anglican Church of Canada for the past 41 years, Canon Nakayama, 70, semi-retired at the end of 1970. He has been vicar of the Coal-dale Anglican Church of the Ascension for the past 25 years. Rev. Canon and Mrs. Nakayama have been missionaries to all Japanese peoples in Alberta. He is fluent in both Japanese and English. Services are conducted in both languages. Canon Nakayama will preach at more than 70 churches and several universities and colleges in Japan from March 9 to June 11 in all major cities from Hokkaido to Kyushu. He has also been invited as special guest of the Anglican Diocese of Okinawa. There he will visit and preach in alt the churches of the Diocese of Okinawa. Canon Nakayama, with two American missionaries, established an Anglican church there in 1951. After 14 months of missionary labor in Okinawa there were 122 Christians. Now it is reported there are five Okinawan priests, manv lay readers and catachists who are eagerly waiting for his return visit in June. The couple have two children, Canon Timothy Nakayama of the St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Joy Kogawa of Ottawa. Mrs. Kogawa is a noted poet. She teaches creative writing at a college in Ottawa. They have five grandchildren. Rev. Nakayama was ordained an Anglican clergyman in 1934. Mrs. Nakayama came to Canada from Japan in 1926. She was an Anglican mission kindergarten teacher until her marriage in 1926. REV. NAKAYAMA Mare district on page 8 Five acres sought for school NATAL (HNS) - The District of Sparwood council has approved a recommendation from the advisory planning commission that Pine Avenue become a one - way entrance from Highway 3. Exit traffic from Pine Avenue will be routed along the street on the west side of the triangular park to Highway 3. Council decided to negotiate a lease with Fernie school district for five acres on the Wilson Creek property for possible use for a two - room school. Herbert Forsythe has been named to the advisory commission. Mr. Forsythe was also named chairman. Council decided to name the central square in the commercial area of Sparwood "Centennial Square." Streets will be named after trees which grow in the area. Roads, curbs, gutters and sidewalks will be finished in the commercial area this year but lanes will be left unpaved until utilities are installed. District doings Hit changes COALHURST (HNS) - At the annual meeting of the Coal-hurst School Board, Henry Nummi, chairman of the county school committee, and Roger Davis, councillor for this area, were in attendance. A lengthy discussion was held on changes made on van routes last fall with the majority of ratepayers expressing displeasure at the change. Other main topics at the meeting were the sewage system of the elementary school and the definite need for additional classrooms here. Jim Nicol is school board chairman this year with Dick Thompson secretary - treasurer. Nellie Schuurman, J o 1 a n e Peterson, Coonie Bartz and John Ham are trustees with Ken Russell the elementary school representative and Ernie Van Soeust representing the high school. Annual meetings PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The secretary - treasurer for the Pincher Creek school division has announced two sep arate annual meetings will be held, the first Saturday, March 6 at 2 p.m. in the Livingstone School auditorium at Lund breck. The second assembly will be held here at Canyon School auditorium at 8 p.m. on Mon-. day, March 8. Weare named CLARESHOLM (HNS)-Rev. Ted Weare of Claresholm has been elected to the board of the Willow Creek school division. He was elected by acclamation. The only other candidate, Wil-lard Henker, withdrew his name when he found he could not be eligible because of a clause in the school act regarding relatives doing business with the school board. Assets climb FORT MACLEOD (Special) -The assets of the Macleod Savings and Credit Union Ltd. increased $246,000 during 1970 "in spite of the tight money situation," said Jim Burger, president of the board of directors. In his report to the annual meeting of the credit union, Mr. Burger said the high cost of money and the limit of one per cent per month to the borrowers of the credit union made it necessary to continue the policy of small, short -term loans. OK dividend Boys' club at Cranbrook experiencing active time -S. P. Johnson Photo CHAMBER BOOSTS PICTURE BUTTE RINK - Past president Howard Branch, right, of the Picture Butte and District Chamber of Commerce, presents a cheque for $3,200 to Mayor Alex Chronik. The money will be used to improve the town's skating rink. Looking on at centre is chamber president Harry Watson. 8 rodeo events draw contestants MARCH 4 - 20,1971 SHADES OF THINGS TO COME - SHADES OF SAVINGS FROM CO-OP BO-OF QUALITY PAINTS AT SPECIAL BAVTOOS 'CO-OP Yi> ' *� 11 4* so , CO-OP SUPER LATEX Jl ttm choice at three ItUx interior painU to enhano* your home decor. CTioom from white art m Mdtbtff array ef custom nixed eotora. Including Deep and Ultra-Deep tones. SUPER LATEX FLAT FINISH A rraamysmooth finish wtth extra special htdliif power. Easy to apply. Tfc* pwM cftotoa for ndaeoreUnf your tiring room and badrmtni. (CO-OP1 1$ 1 J ^INTERIOR ^ /WTEBHHI;' * white flat NalC white llATI ttUYIHYl 1 flat; ^ QUART GALLON $7.88 SUPER LATEX egqsheu - DriM to a beautiful subdued sheen similar to the shell of an **T- Washes lUte enamel - wears lltw a fin* quality pain I should. Hallways, children's bedrooms and rumpus ,..... rooms take on a new took. I'v/lety �ptelalry Priced ~ Quart $2.88 Carton SUPER LATEX SATIN ENAMEL - ^ A low-sheen leml-gloss with a subdued baked enamel f Inlith, 7be Ideal choice for kitchens, bathrooms and woodwork. TABER (HNS) - Plans for Taber's 31st annual rodeo were developed recently by Taber Rodeo Association. Committees were set up and prize money approved. Rodeo manager Gordon Hall will be responsible for livestock and midway and conces s i o ns for the two-day show Sunday and Monday, May 23 and 24. Secretary for receiving entries is Dr. Darwin H. Lund. He will also look after the publicity committee and advertising. The rodeo queen contest will be handled by a committee headed by Mark Birch, and the bar of gold by George Reti's committee. Maintenance and improvement of grounds and buildings will be the duty of the group directed by Walter Rombough. Doug Morrison will take care of the gates and parking staff. Town council representative Wayne Gough has accepted the assignment of dance and entertainment events. Membership committee chairman is Howard Fenton, while Ross Gibb as chamber of commerce secretary will be liaison representative respecting the May 24 parade sponsored by the chamber. Rodeo committee president Vance Jensen will be chairman of the races committee for the pari-mutuel meet now set for Monday, Aug. 2. Prize money and entry fees for the eight rodeo events are: bareback bronc riding $200 $20, steer wrestling $200 - $20. calf roping $200 - $20, saddle bronc riding $300 - $20, amateur saddle bronc riding $100 -$10, wild cow milking $100  $20, and barrel racing Monday only $50 - $10. The association will request its annual grant of $1,000 for purchase of materials for improving the grandstand and other facilities at the grounds. Approval was given to invite a Calgary Stampede publicity team to assist in the Saturday evening entertainment. The registered quarter horse show, scheduled for Saturday, May 22, will not be continued under the sponsorship of the Taber Roping Club. However, a group known only as the Taber Eight comprising local roping enthusiasts, will carry the show under the chairmanship of Ed Sparks. CRANBROOK (&' p e c i a 1) -The 1900's Railway YMCA at Baker and Van Horne intersection, which subsequently served as Armories and for a year as a youth centre, is a happy swinging operation now. It has been occupied for the past six months by an affiliated Cranbrook Boys Club with top regulation age 14, and is directed by salaried Derrick Rotherm e 1 whose recreation training qualifications are from the RCAF in which he served. The Club depends heavily on volunteers who have rallied to the call on a number of fronts. The sizes and varieties of rooms in the three - storey frame building with adjoining drill hall make it appropriate for any chosen occupation for which there is a supervisor. Boys membership remains a constant 180, divided into seniors and juniors. Beta Sigma Phi sorority cleaned, painted, remodelled and curtained the senior boys' games room, first com p 1 e t e building improvement which has given the club a lift. Two "kid - proof" pool tables are being bought by proceeds from the boys' projects and service club help. Response by 40 boys to the quiet announcement of cooking sessions swamped the kitchen for a bit. There was an operating stove, and an appeal brought in two donated used refrigerators. Staples are donated by a trucking company, and everybody cooks so volunteer instructors are needed to help supervise. Rifle range training for juniors and seniors is scheduled to start soon in basement quarters, and fly tying and coin collecting groups are operating. Kinsmen, with donated roofing are getting the drill hall in usable shape for gymnasium sports. Mark anniversary MILK RIVER - Mr. and Charles Oslanski were honored recently at a party and dance on the occasion of their 25tb wedding anniversary. It was held in the Milk River Roman Catholic Church. About 100 attended and enjoyed supper at midnight. They have three daughters, Elizabeth, Rose marie and Kathleen and five grandchildren. All attended. �peciilljr Pried Mart $2.88 Provides � sparkling; finish that makai Bp leap t bneze. Completely stain TuLrtAnt. durable* washable and lons-wearinr. Availabi* tn Sattn Enamel, Eeprtiell, and Hljh Gloss EnatneL Odor* less, Velva-Glo paints dry in 1 to 4 hours. Velva-ciln brings new beauty to walls, celling? tn Uia kitchen, to hallways and bathrooms. Chooas from non-yellowlnr white, or tha many sparUme custom mixed eolora. 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