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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THE LETHflRIDGE HERALD Tueidny, Moy 9, 1972 F Leave for Ulcili AHIiATll UINS) Fimr missionary's liavc lof: fur I.nko C'iiy. ser- were lu'ld in llu1 Mayrall] J.IVi Clmrcl) Jor r Miehncl Remietl. son of and Mrs. Vargc Bennett; r Shayne (itirncy was limi- al Second Ward services; liimminl service for ld was lield in adi Second .ser- a! MaKralh l''irs( Ward red Elrlcr Bruce Kiric. l.US Siill vices rir.l Kldc Mi. Khle nrcd n Ic Don 5 qualify NATAL OLN'Si _ Five more Kaiser no.sonrcps Limited ejiv ployees have qualified for nnd e-' NATAL cHNSi There will curling at XnLal lllis coming v.'jjiter anr! ;il5r} ii-e winter of l'.i7n-74. For some lime il :ias appear' rd Dial Hie would be diMimli.shix) nnirr of Uir Michel-Natal urimn renewal scheme, but an acreeinenl was reached beluoen Sparwooil council. "edonrd board of East Koolenay rcpi-osrnlafh; F. Kertoia. of Elkfcrd and L. Thlllips of Area A, .1. Williams of Hie B.C. Depart- ment of Municipal Affairs and Tom Fraser of the CMHC (o allow the building to remain in- tact iinl.il the FpriiiR of 1074. TOO Copies 53.30 plus Instant Priiit 4 Copy Div. 1269 7M Ave. S. received open-pit mine rescue- rcrlilicatcs: Peler Rclkoff Sfhlomlcr. Manner Adrian Peters, first aid: Anlli onv MHIK'an, reclamation; and Itdhcrl fleilcnbach, plant. Annual meeting 1 FERME Fcniie Memorial Hospital hoard has set the an- i mini meeting nf (he Fernir Memorial Hospital Society for: Sunday, May 2u. I The resignation of Ken Schus- ter has been Deceived with re- grcl, .Mr. Scliuslcr has been on Ihe hospital hoard since last May hut has been transferred (o tlie Okanagan. Mr. reported on Hie recent administrators' seminar st Harrison Flot Springs. 1 Two special board meetings were held to give immediate attention (o Hems related to the construction of a new hospital. A nominating committee con- sisting of R. Craig. II. Duke, and R. Ashcroft was named. Anyone who lias knowledge of individuals willing to serve on Ihe hospital board is asked (o contact one of the committee members. Pool to open CL.ARESIIOLM fHNSi The recreation hoard has set the swim mine pool opening rlnip for (fir wcpfcenrf nf May 21 if the weather man Season tickets will cost a family ?20 for the public swim- 1 minR this year, a droji nf .S3 from last year. Season ticket? for .single adults will cost i Students will pay 53. Farewell party FOKT MACLEOD (SpcriaU- i Thr scuUi rojpipunily heir] parly in honor nf [wij rolilTd farm rnuplcF. Mr. and Harold Ynunc and Mr. and Joe Anrler- i tm have sold Ilieir famxs and i arc moving into lown. The social evening was well i attended. Gifts were presented (o the guests. The families Ink- iiiK over (he Mr. and Mrs- Jim Jassman and Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Asuchafc, were intro- duced and welcomed to the area. 3 homes sold RAYMOND Three of five homes built during I ho winter hv the Mev- Conslniclion Company have heeti sold Huycrs were Mr. and Mrs. Norris Irishman of Lclh- Iji-idRc; Mr. and Mrs. Briico lleggic and Mr. and Mrs. M, Powclsoii. The two remaining dwellings are still under construction. Shower held ETZIKOM A show- j er was held in the Elzikom 1 Community Hall recently to j honor Miss Patricia Anne Elmos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Klines. Assisting the bride-to-be wai i Miss Joyce Machlajewski with Miss Karen fllulliall recording and Miss Brenda Robinson dis- playing gifts. Mrs. Clarence i Alice i son introduced the guests. Henry Polls heads Napi directors P1NCHEH CttEKK Tho Friendship Asso- j cintion remilly held ids annual I mcetinp here. The members discussed t he direction in the associa- tion will take in (lie coming year. tew specific vceommenda-! t i o n s concerning programs were made. For example, some members would like to see campouts, hikes and trail rides organized for (his summer. The director urged Ihe mem-j bership to ri o pvon thing siblc In rulLivale rpJaLimiR u'ilh native nnd nnn-naUvn i Plos- i Ilo sairl HIP asocial inn may i consider Hie olher means'' of communicating. Tlie meeting elected the board of directors for tbe com- ing year: Henry PotU, prefei- J ncnl: Wayne Pinkney, Ercnda Brown, Agnes Smith, Ancita Jcrvis: Yera Gingras, secrc-1 tar y-trea.surcr; Hugh Crow; Eagle and Gif Provost. Driving course set at Pincher PJNCIJEH CREEK (Special) A defensive driving course will be held from 8 to 10 on the evenings of May 15, 17, 24, and 29. Cost of Die course is per person. It is open to the gen- eral public and drivers com- pleting the course automatical- ly receive a reduction of two points from their demerit rec- ord (if any) held in the Alber- ta Motor Vehicles Branch. Tliis c o u r s e is for persons Hobo Teas ETZIK.OM (HNS) The Community Club held its meet- ing at the home of Mrs. Simon (Ellen) Heilrich recently with four members and two visitors present. This is the continuation of the original Community Club. It was decided tbe Hobo Teas mil be held at the meetings. The tea prize went to Mrs. Rose Burger. The next meeting is slated for May 10 at Hie home of Mrs. Mike (Alice) Ondrich. who already know how to drive. It Is not n driver-training course in preparation for a li- cence but rather helps already experienced drivers to drive defensively. It especially equips them to avoid accidents, even when the other driver is at fault. It is sponsored through tlie Canada Safety Council and made available through Pre- ventive Social Services In co- operation with tbe Alberta Safely Council. They are aiming at a class of approximately 20 or 30 per- sons. To register for the de- fensive driving course contact Preventive Social Services, Mu- nicipal Building, phone C27- 3925. Evening on Family Planning D to be held at i! p.m. May 17 PINCIIER CREEK The Pincher Creek interprofes- sional co-ordinating commitlee. Is sponsoring An Evening on Family Planning, with re- sources from Die Calgary Birtli Control Association, in Matthew HalUm High School. Pincher Creek, at 8 p.m. May 17. The event is planned to pro- vide accurate and up-to-date information about birth con- trol, the population explosion, sterilization and abortion. Tho presentation mil be con- ducted by a nurse-teacher team. The male and female repro- ductive systems, contraception, sterilization and prophylaxis, will be discussed in full detail. Tho evening will be open to all persons interested, Includ- ing married couples and teen- agers. There is no charge for ad- mission. MARK ANNIVERSARY Mr. und Mrs. Corbetl Lynch- Siounron of Pincher Creek were honcred by 125 people on i heir recent 50fh wedding anniversary, They have three children, George of Edmonlon; Mrs. J. D. (Miriam) Frcisnr of Yellowknife, N.W.T.; and Mrs. Guy (Peggy) All rod of HiDspring. Enlei foinmenl included violin solos by Ernie Cridland and vocnl soles by Mrs. Opperman and Rosalyn Bryant. Mrs. E. Lull and Mrs, L. Serge recited poems. Ccrbell Lynch-Slaunton was born and raised in Pincher Creek and his wife, I he former Be fly Prankish, was born in Lowthorpe, York, England, coming to Pincher Creek in 1910. E, A. "Ed" Brunncr Kepresentative Lethbridge Tel: 327-5514 rtNClIER CREEK (Special) --Laura Aim Brucker, dnugli- tcr ol Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Bru- cker, who was chrisloned rrj- ccntly at tlic Unilcrl Church was the fifth hahy to wear the christening gown which lias in ttie Ledincham family for more than 50 years. n wa5 first l.n" Jicr gown prantUalhev al Lhc lime