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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1971 THE IETHBHIOOE HERAID 3 Draper heads chamber CRANBROOK Special Cranbrook Chamber of Com merce vice president Ron Draper has stepped up to presi dency with the resignation of Frank Bernard McKenzie is vice Annually appointed stipen diary officer Murray McFar lane has also resigned and new probationary secretary treasurer on an hourly wage basis is Derek A presentation luncheon is planned for McFarlane who has served many years as secretary Grant Johnstone of Van Canadian Chambers field representative for British was guest at the din ner meeting to answer ques tions of 32 members Entertainment item was halfhour color Place ol documentary of the four seasons of recreational ac tivity for all ages in East Koot enay along arterial approaches to Chamber Centennial projec under consideration is possible preservation toward the wes end of Baker Street of the 50 yearold post office clock anc Top players emerge ETZIKOM HNS Win ners in bridge recently wer Sandy Jessie Davis ani her son Ron Davis while low went to Delbert Helen Kraft and Jerome Stromsmoe In the whist section Ke Lara and Kilmer Halvorso took first prizes with consola tions going to Katie Ha yorson and Joe Stappler IStudeiltS break for smoke Livingstone School By WEEKES Herald News Sen ice i students participated most i Tnc recreation rooms cf surplus realized smokipg by senior high COWLEY HNSl The tralized school board has exist1 students came in for ed in the Livingstone School I area for several serving i principai p e t e r a very useful purpose as a at icngth on why the liaison body between the rate1 cjslon to allow smoking had payers and the divisional made stated that it I I had definitely controlled smok In more recent times Uiere ing as as giving the older has been a tendency for irate pupils of the school a place of ratepayers to bypass this body j Uieir own for despite the fact it was set to channel complaints more ef A few telephone calls were received by members of the centralized board but there was little chance of investiga tion wiih so few facts avail Board meetings were usually limited to the the annual meeting of the divisional sub Active members felt not needed and tended to re sign or let their twoyear tenure of office In an effort to stir up or a wellattended meeting was held recently at Livingstone Present were divisional board members including Ken Jerome Bobbins and Jack Centralized board members included Ken Dezell and WARNKR HNS i Warners eroding demand of The man River Placnirq O ing has drew raenveis of the vil DEKEXCE i advice on future kge to lh Klks Hill reivntly EMO coordinaior Russel Dan1 The RCMP is to hear of councillors icpcrieo a rescue school Ibial basis for the hold with instructors fi oral trailer sites weie I i year and the rcvc e i defence of the students use this room and invited all resent to visit the recreation and see first hand what is It was suggested there should e a room for It was pointed out the soft rink machine had brought ad itions to school The pa ents could control use by miting the spending money of oungsters Exception was taken to cer lin books used as literature in ligh school The choice defended and the matter In regard to there eemed to be no specified ind ents outside of asking for iarent there was ALTAR BOYS The central act of Christian worship is the Eucharist which requires a table on which to place the bread and the Before the building of churches for when Christianity was still a persecuted ths Eucharist was celebrated in private houses on tables used as altars and at the tombs of the In the catacomb of Calixtus a fresco dating from the latter part of the 2nd century shows a threelegged similar in form to the tables used for domestic bearing the eucharistic At first probably such tables were made of wood but the practice of celebrating the Eucharist on tombs led to the introduction of stone altars in which martyrs relics were By the 4th century some altars were made of precious In Roman Catholic churches permanent altars musf be made of Two altar boys of the present age are Bernie and Brian twin sons of and Pius Ehnes of They assist the priest in the Gabriel Roman Catholic Rosie Paul Bryant win ping pong singles test They held posi tions of chairman and secre tary respectively for the eve To further attract ratepay a number of topics thai have been the subject of some controversy in recent times were stated on the invitations to parents and high school shi These included such prob lems as possible abandon ment of the centralized board the recreation room at school soft drink reading re quirements in high school anc behavior at school The existence of the central ized board was strongly ap proved and yacancies ware fill ed by the election of Pete Maloff and Pat Dwyer and tli reelection of George Mowal and Chairman Dezell asked fo discussion of the problems an both parents and high schoo By MARY TYJIBURSKI Herald News Service COALDALE weightless The Ping pong ball was knocked for a loop by losie Kunst and Paul Bryant m the recent tourney They won the singles events vith classy table work in the Grades 1 to 6 In senior ping pong Amy WESTENGHOUSE white sale S329 SMITHS 236 13th Miss Jurkat showered with gifts ETZIKOM HNS A mis cellaneous shower was held for Miss Ailecn daughter of and Julius at the home of Lyle Kathleen i decorated basket contain ing the gifts centred the gift It was decorated with streamers festooned on pink Several games were on the program with Miss Joan Bouck the hostess in Miss Bouck had also made butterfly ornaments which she presented to the guests as a Assisting her sister in dis playing the gifts was Miss Linda Jurkat while her older Miss Terry rec Lunch was served by the assisted by Mel yin Sharon Kreil and Miss Lorraine A tea was also held for tfe bride to be at the home of Clifford Earbra TTaxler assisted by her moth er Simon Ellen These Are ramamoto and Henry ent the other competitors own to bitter It was a big thing here and ibout 70 elementary and junior high students took Ping Pong is sponsored an nually by the south region County of Lethbridge sports committee of the Alberta Teachers Association local Trophies were awarded to Frank president of he sports was co The event was open to stu dents from Sunny John Davidson and Baker Other winners of the junior tournament Grades 1 to 6 were Girls doubles Margot Gra ham and Connie Boys doubles Paul Bryant and Henry Mixed Eric Goertz and Mary Kreft of Senior all of the Baker Grades 8 and 9 were Girls doubles Amy Yama moto and Linda Boys doubles Henry Ber gen and Don Mixed doubles Christine Voelske and David The event was held in the Baker taxes ETZIKOM HNS Man attended the annual pancak supper and bake sale recentl at the Etzikom It wa followed by the Nine tables playec Winners were Piu Thekla Charlie Tu Mary Yizek and Jo 10 line of action Some discussion was given to the Lions Club student ex Change program that was augurated last This will e continued as it has been eemed highly The confidence Iwasiuk and his staff have in the stu dents ability to govern them selves was certainly vindicated the students participation the One can understand why such a high school has such a record for small fine COJDIITTEES FOREMOST HNS Fore most Fish and Game Club committees serving for the current year are as follows 3ig Floyd Simpson up and and Bill Biesterieldt Ed Walsh Charles La qua John Morgan fi Slim Hagen social con Doug Piper June Cole good and Earl Foss rifle Vern Arnold trophy Alva Lawrence Halrn Henry Jurgens and Floyd Directors are Roy Gordon Cole and Vern Asnmore caiieu the meeting to older and introduced the head table Dan Mrs Phyllis secretarytreasurer Will councillor and deputy Wayne councillor Howard school representative and Dallas hospital firemen ing resue certificates Gordon Earl Stan Don Frank Bill Tony Malcolm Flexhaug and ob Rose lirey Folkins and Mrs Mur1 Nilsson attended classes has paid for mrial The department of health has asked for a better sjstern at the sewage It must be Council is exploring the business tax structure Moat burlnesses in other town1 and villages cav a business tax The auditor reviewed the in registra1 are plans to ha d sui face nancial total and These people mam and Public health nurse Mrs Kay Croteau carried out paid to attend these classes j rom a budget grant for EMO j not from village BUSINESS More sidewalks aie wanted and upgrading of some home attended school children instituted ear and eye testing which aided the parents in further health inspector from had checked all The health unit budgeted for in which is oer capita on a population of in the FIRE Fire Chief Gordon Evans rewrted the fire department anweral 11 village 149 man two first aid calls and 20 farm calls 309 man loursl Damage estimated at pproximately The delartment has 20 and holds egular weeklv UYOUS Ashmore said he has served the village of Warner fenseven years and has been proud to have had th opportunity to have served the community Plans for the futuie include artificial ice in the Civic Centre and hard surfacing of rrjun Natural gas is knocking at the he with a rebate of per The 1971 requisition will ack Ashmore reported he taxes have been reduced per SCHOOL REPORT There are 17 regular Waler and sewer was extended to elevator row a ew blocks of sewer line room teachers and instruction s also given in out and more will be done this summer streets 28 industrial home upgraded mowing physical on vacant lots is HNS and business town will send letters of The school library is village joined the to the minister of mu upgraded to keep up with the affairs and the MLA Macleod over 13111 28 which will amend the Municipalities Bob HNS Grant Council felt it would have Emergency effects on the munici welcomed Co will head a simulated EMO exercise budget Mayor Ernie Patterson Bald It will involve would be even less WRENTHAM HNS r A homecoming was held in the Wrentham School auditorium recently for Bob Community Hospita and other voluntary EMO Contact Scheibner al 3453450 if available to lie municipalities from oil and gas royalties and it would put an extra burden on town of and George 1 wards of who pleted a twoyear mission in Australia for the LDS PREGNANCY Prior to the showing of slide and a commentary by E a potluck supper enjoyed by members am i friends of the branch LDS a native o J accompanied son on his return to Alben having spent a month Days and her homeland and 31 and April 1 and ass PRAIRIE ION JOB Bluirmorc Phono PHONE Think imported cars are toys Wind up the 102 Corolla NEW LIGHTS WRENTHAM HNS New mercury light standards were installed on the Wrentham streets The letHbrtdge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area MAGHATH MILDRED i i MARKER Box 97 MASINASIN FRANCIS MUELLER Box Milk River MONARCH JACOB Box 61 NANTON MARY Box 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MAXINE HANSON Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Irrigation Equipment SPECIAL Mile 4 x 40 USED LATERAL LINE WITH END RISERS AND MAJOR COUPLERS Very good cci i i w Juki GOOD USED MAINLINE ALSO AVAILABLE AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES We use the best ALCAN aluminum Major Irrigation 2125 2nd Avenue South PHONES Hotjaiiii o build the some people as a toy just because its npc7t Having a name like Toyota v i the fact that the Coupe a ou lOri nph and can leave a lot oi big car tK Theres still a hard core group of big car people who refuse to ta We tried to gam tl big engine that runs so its With our pc brakes and our optiona It didnt No s gets over 30 miles per u r to loo r ii r us CVIT a rruilacci r Dili our JL u The Coupe sells ior only Ai P by our TOYOTA Box 760 Suggested list pace B provincial and local taxes Toyota cais are sold and ferviced from coast to coast in Canada and throughout the LETHBRIDGE TABER TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Box 1202 Coutts Highway Tel 6533252 Teh 3273711 CARDSTON WOLFF AND SON TOYOTA 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