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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TS, 1WS TK! LtfHMIDOI HMAID _ WINS FRANK SANDERSON AWARD Frank Sander- son of Fort Madeod, left, shakes hands with Wopko Vos of Fort Madeod at the recent sixth annual Sanderson 40th wedding anniversaries marked by two Coaldale couples COALDALE (HNS) Two well known Coaldale couples re- cently celebrated their 40th wed- ding anniversaries. Mr. and Mrs. William Schmidt commemorated the occasion with friends and neigh- bors congratulating them. They were married in Poland in 1932 and came to Canada in 1949 to reside at Coaldale. They have one daughter, Mrs. Reinhold (Emma) Koerner of Terrace B.C. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Regier celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Monday, Nov. 13. Family, friends, and relatives came to congratulate them on the happy occasion. They were married in Laird, Sask., in 1932. They came to Coaldale in 1938. Mr. and Mrs. Regier have three daughters, Mrs. Bill (Emily) Blazer, Seattle, Wash., Mrs. Milo (Esther) Sa- bey, Camrose, and Mrs. Helger (Hilda) Past of Calgary; two sons, Henry Regier of Leth- bridge and Oscar Regier, serv- ing under CUSO in Malaysia. For a number of years and until his retirement about a year ago, Mr. Hegier was the local milkman. Home school meets Wednesdav COALDALE (HNS) The next meeting of the Coaldale Home and School Association Reach accord STIRLING (HNS) School principal, Joseph Stevenson, said the recent parent teacher discussion day was the "best held here" during his adminis- tration. All the teachers agreed they and the parents appreciate these meetings. will be held at p.m. Wed- nesday, Nov. 22, in the R. I. Baker School. The topic of the group discus- sions mil he "Let's talk about our children's friends, dating and allowances." Rev. Peter Retzlaff, Coaldale representative on the County of Lethbridge school committee, will present a report on t h e Worth report. Plans will be made for the annual carol festival. It is spon- sored by the association and is planned for Dec. 12 and 13. Awards Day at the F. P. Walshe High School. Looking on are Mrs. Vos and Grade 11 winner Corrie Voss, their daughter. Swihart Photo ,000 divided by top students FORT MACLEOD (Special) The sixth annual Sanderson Awards Day was held recently in the F. P. Walshe High School. The given annually by Frank Sanderson, was divided between the top students in Grades 9, 10 and 11. There are also awards to the top two stu- dents of Indian origin. The Clara Isobelle Sanderson foundation was set up by Mr. Sanderson in 1966 in memory of his sisterr, a south Alberta teacher. Winners were, Grade 9: Char- lene Rhea, Annerita Van Gooi, Lorelie Schmidt, Pamela Tail- feathers and Darlcne Beebc. Grade 10: Berediha Van Eck, Danny Collar, David Pet- oit; Beverly Rabbit and Joshua Wolftail, tied. Grade 11: Corrie Vos, Jo- anne Harder, Laurel Trotter, Sally Pace and Campbell Eagle Child. Parents were present for the presentations. To plan book NOBLEFORD (Special) A public meeting is scheduled for the art room of Noble Central School on Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. to discuss the feasibility of form- ing a committee to plan a his- tory of Nobleford and district. All persons interested are urged to attend. 118 complaints COALDALE po- lice department attended 118 complaints during October. Police investigated 11 car ac- cidents with estimated dam- ages of There were no- injuries. Ten warning tickets were is- sued. A total of 25 cases were han- dled under the highway traffic act and was collected in fines. There were II cases under the Alberta liquor control act. A total of in fines were col- lected. Fines for the month totalled Truck curb hit TABER (HNS) A protest against the town council re- striction on loaded imicks was raised, at a recent council meet- ing by local blacksmith-welder Weste Jensen who claimed that the removal of trucks from 50th Ave. had resulted in a severe drop in business. In considering the complaint, in which Mr. Jensen requested that 50th Ave. be made a truck route, council found little grounds for argument. It was fell that few loaded trucks would stop for repairs, and the present regulations al- low empty trucks up to pounds to use the streets. No formal action was taken by council. In other business, council tab- led until the Nov. 27 meeting approval of an agreement be- tween the town and the minis- try of transport covering the construction of the municipal airport north of Taber. Also tabled indefinitely was a proposal to take an annual census on which municipal as- sistance grants from the pro- vincial government are based. The decision came follwing ad- vice that such grants would be discontinued in 1973. Council also approved doub- ling the frequency of reading water meters to twice a year in order that stopped meters can be discovered sooner that at present. It is hoped errors in readings will be uncovered. Instances were reported where occasionally the last digit of the reading has been overlooked (being stamped on the meter case) and billings had covered only a portion of the water actually consumed. Righls-of-way for Calgary Power Ltd. high tension lines at the new substation north of the cemetery were approved, with negotiations as to price being left to a committee com- prising Mayor Avery and coun- cillors Mike Powell and Bruce Milliken. 8361 collected for CNIB by Pythiaus COALDALE (HNS) A total of S3G1 was collected by the Coaldale Pythian Sisters Sunset Temple 6 for the Canadian In- stitute for the Blind in a recent tag day. Mrs. Joyce Owen was the convener. She reported the event was successful and the response good. Persons needing assistance from the CNIB are requested to contact the Lethbridge branch. At the recent meeting of the temple it was decided to do- nate to the psychiatric wing of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for Christmas gifts for patients there. Mrs. Janice Enns was chair- man of the meeting. It was at- tended by 26 members. Mrs. Esther Corey was ap- pointed chairman of the mem- berslup committee. The temple will cater to a 1 wedding dinner Nov. 25. Christ- mas gifts will be presented to children of members at a Christmas party to be held Dec. 10 in the afternoon in the Coal- dale United Church Hall. Nominations for the 1973 of- ficers were received and those nominated will stand for elec- tion at the Dec. 12 meeting. the Cartoon Bug stnd yeur cirtoom tt Tlu Lethbrlaii HKUt, can rt Mrs. Helen Kevici, 470, Lethbrlogt, AIMrti. n "I DON'T THINK I'LL DO MUCH FISHING. 11 I ONLY HAVE TWO WORMS." Edward Praultm, Onfartv Steer your cartoon coarse by zeroing in on the major recognizable object of each particular The one most critical to the portrayal of your idea. In today1! feature, it's the ark. Hating done so, all other objects necessary to the gag shouJd fall into place without detract" ing from the sub- ject. In short... first things firat. Trio to attend Nov. 30 workshop Haig reports to board PINCHER CREEK (Special) At a 'meeting of the advi- sory board of St. Vincent's Hos- pital, Oliver Haig, administra- tor, reported on this year's ad- ministrator's institute. The main theme was future Four boxes of clothing collected COALDALE fHNS) At a recent meeting of the United Church Women, Eva Greer group, of Coaldale, Mrs. Eug- ene Gregorash, president, re- ported the clothing drive for two Indian Missions was a suc- cess. Four large boxes of suitable clothing were sent to the Sad- dle Lake and Goldfish Lake missions. In response to a letter from the Lethbridge branch of the Canadian Mental Health Asso- ciation, members will answer the Dec. 13 meeting with a wrapped gift for patients of the mental hospitals who may oth- erwise be forgotten at Christ- mas time. The tea money of the Decem- ber meeting will be donated to the John Milton Society. Letters from the group's fos- ter son, Lau Hong Ming of Kou loon, were read by Mrs Gladys Gordon and Mrs. Emi lie Ealdry. They correspond with him in behalf of the Eva Greer UCW. Mrs. Ivan Meyers was in charge of the devotional read ing. The roll call item was a gift to the local hospital. changes in the delivery of health care and control of costs. A letter was received from Bishop O'Byrae, informing the board that lawyers are ne- gotiating an agreement be- tween the Sisters and the Di- ocese of Calgary. It is the in- tention to continue operating the hospital in the same way. Pincher Creek would always be involved in its operation. It was recommended that the newly farmed Local Staff Nurses Association be rec- ognized by the governing Board. Mrs. M. Harry, head nurse of medical floor, received ?48 from the Windy Poplars 4-H Sewing Club, to be used for the purchase of a baby's high chair ano other articles for pediat- rics. The board, sisters and staff expressed their thanks to the club. Mrs. Ella McGlyrm and Mrs. Marion Cyr each donated mon- ey to the ladies auxiliary for the purchase of new hi-lo beds, complete with safety rails. The Lethbridge Shriners have do- nated two wheel chairs. It was recommended that an application be made to the Al- LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT EXHIBITION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the LETHBRIDGE and DISTRICT EXHIBITION will be held at p.m. MONDAY, Nov- ember 27, 1972 in the Mezzanine Room of the Exhibi- tion Pavilion. The reports from the President ond Board of Directors and also the financial statement will be pre- sented to the meeting. I. E. ANDREWS General Manager CHRISTMAS DAY IN THE AIR Fifteen Taber Pee Wee Reps and coach Gordon Hacking, (Taber police will wing their way to southern California to par- ticipate in the Christmas holiday hockey tournament in West Covina, Calif. Left to right: bock row Dean Kress, Kevin Leahy, coach Gordon Hacking, Kim Oseen and Laurie Renner; middle row Norman Czibere, John Zsednai, David Powell, Rudy Kleiner, Francis McArthur and Scott Mykytiw; front row Allan Sparks, Gordon Sawada, goalie Ron Iskov, goalie David Milliken, Chris Orban and Cameron Leth. Ross Gibb Photo Coaldale Beet Grower's Association ANNUAL HARVEST BALL FRIDAY, NOV. 24th 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. KATE ANDREWS AUDITORIUM, COALDALE Music 'by; JERRY AND HIS TRAVELLERS KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN SERVED AT MIDNIGHT Refreshments Available! Tickets on tale ah Coaldale Pharmacy or From Executive Members ADMISSION For MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS ONLYI DONATE JACKETS STIRLING (HNS) Hi-Way 82 Feeders has donated new warm-up jackets to Hie Stirling Laker Basketball Club. 26 honored by Rebekah Mrs. Wilson CLARESHOLM (Special) Mrs. Grace Wilson, Noble Grand of Ihe Foothills Rebek- ah Lodge, entertained at a re- cent tea in honor of past noble grands of the lodge. Twenty six were honored, all from Clarsholm except three who have moved to Calgary. Entertainment consisted of the reading of a poem, a song to the past noble grands, and a skit. Pouring for the tea were Mrs. F. Dersch and Mrs. M. Killo- ran. Assistants were: Mrs. Rose Anderson. Mrs. M. O'Neil. Mrs. E. Yorgason, Mrs. D. Hilde- brand, Mrs. D. Bond. Mrs. R. G. Rose and Miss M. Steven- son. Mrs. E. Wilbor was in charge of ttie guest book. COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lethbridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHALL MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box STIRLING RUTH ZAUOG General Deliviry TABER ROSS GIBB P.O. Box 2187 TYRREH'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMLING P.O. Box 97, Wrentrmm WARNER MRS. PEARL IIEIELT General Delivery Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Fort Macleod band plays November 24 FORT MACLEO D (Special) The Fort Madeod band is taking instruction from band- master Art Dee of Calgary. flTien Mr. Dee is not present I Frank Eden conducts the mem-; bers. j Their next performance will be at the Lion's Talent night Nov. 24. They practise each Thursday evening and need adult members. They play for all community functions and hope to develop a walking band by the time the town celebrates its 100th birthday, October, 1973 to October, 1974. berta Hospital Services Com- mission for the provision of new x-ray equipment. Approval was given for the purchase of a new fibre optic light source at the price of S204. Sister Jeanne, Mrs. W. Pink- ney and Mrs. L. Watson will at- tend a workshop on intensive care-emergency care at Leth- bridge Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. Further efforts are being made to secure the seances of an experienced dietary techni- cian. Honor Austins Monday MAGRATH (HNS) -Wallace William Austin, retired Ma- grath fanner, and his wife, Mrs. Pearl Austin, married in 1912, will be honored at a family din- ner at Lethbridge Monday on the occasion of then- Diamond Wedding anniversary. It will be held at 7 p.m. at Erickson's Family Res- taurant and about 15 people are expected to attend, including her sister, Mrs. Blanche Breek- enridge, and brother-in-law Wil- liam Breckenridge; daughter Mrs. Joseph (Bonnie) Passey anl Mr. Passey; nephew Bert Jensen and Mrs. Pearldene Jen- sen; niece Mrs. Marianne Far- rell and Lloyd Farrell, all of Lethbridge; grandson Jim Pas- sey and his wife Mrs. Mary Passey, nephew Shelton Ririe and his wife Mrs. Aulrey Ririe, all of Magrath; and son Ted Austin and family of Castlegar. Another son, John Austin, is de- ceased. COALDALE SHARPENING Saws Skates Tools Hole Saws Meat Saws D. H. Blades Phone 345-3765 2210 !I Ave. A COALDAIE Phone BERT HARGRAVE MP for MEDICINE HAT wishes to announce the opening of his local office 2nd Floor Saamis Bldg. 339 6th Ave. S.E., Medicine Hat Office Hours 1-5 p.m., Mon.-Fri. 527-1867-MEDICINE HAT 937-2128-WALSH MRS. JUNE HULLOCK, Secretary RESEARCH DIRECTOR THE. POSITION As part of the management team to assume re- sponsibility in both the hail and crop insurance pro- grams for: Premium rates, coverage and land classification Statistical records Research into insurance for farm crops QUALIFICATIONS A degree in Agriculture with specialization in soil and plant sciences Farm background and a good knowledge of Alberta agriculture An aptitude for statistical work. Some knowledge of computers would be helpful SALARY Commensurate with qualifications and experience starting from to This position to be filled as soon as possible. Located In Calgary. Please reply wilh full resume, In confidence, to: THE GENERAL MANAGER ALBERTA HAIL AND CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION, 1110 1 Slrnpl S.W., Calgary, Alberta. T3R OV1 ;