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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Church, infill orldl held honors retired janitor Tuesday, November 53, 1971 THE lETHfKIDGE HERALD 3 NO word et on referendum Every seat was taken COWLEY (HNS) Every seat in Ihe little log church was taken. They had come from Fort Maele'od, Pincher Creek and Calgary for the dedication ol the memorial plaque, in memory of Canon II. Havelock Smith who bad been the first minister in charge of St. Martin's, creeled lor Anglicans in August, The plaque has been missing for a long time much too long in the opinion of Mrs. C. V. (Vera) Burns, researcher and designer of Heritage Park where the little log church was moved from the Livingstone area (to the park) in the early 60's. It seems the plaque was unearthed from a tin trunk which had been taken from the log church to the new edifice in the Pincher Creek area. Mrs. R. II. Burn, 349 Scar-boro Ave. recalled that the hvrr.r. books, felt covers and so on were kept in the tin trunk in order to keep the church mice poor. Mrs. Burn whose daughter, Mrs. Michael (Bridget) Evans of Calgary was christened in the little church of St. Martin's also recalled stories of the pioneer parson. Before the logs were hauled in from the mountain area to erect a house of worship the settlers met in a hall which was the rendezvous for dances concerts and card games as well as church. This buiding was located on the i..iidi of her father-in-law and each Saturday Canon Havelock Smith rode 25 miles from Pincher Creek, stopped the night with Mr. and Mrs. Rollo H. Burn and then conducted sen-ices on the S'abbatb. Robert Henry Burn well remembers the missionary parson who died in 1304. He had David I-Icaton, o! Canon Smitii. Mrs. F.vans was there, too, as v.-a.-. Mrs. from Mission City: her cousin Mrs. George Pindcr, whose grandfather R. W. Elton lad been one of the founders and builders of Ihe log church in which they had worshipped, as children. Frank Lynch Slaunton of Lundbreck, who had the distinction of baptized by tire noted Catholic missionary Father Lacombe whose father had also helped build the there; many others i who recalled rich memories at the reception v.hicli followed in Ihe Wainv.'righl lltlcl. The dedication of the plaque was conducted by the lit. -Rev. Morse L. Goodman, lord bishop 1 of Calgary with Hev. T. D. j Smith, pastor of St. Martin's (and SI. Pc'.er's) Anglican Church reading the les'-on and Archdeacon C. C. Swanson preaching the sermon. CRANBROOK (Special) -Active membership in Branch 24, Royal Canadian Legion has reached a new peak of 406. Tile membership is now nominating for its December election of 1972 officers. Its Ladies' Auxiliary recently presented the branch with a cheque for as bank loan payment on it? building. Two year president George Shaw is retiring because o new job commitments. Nominated so far are Robert Foote, Ed Rawson and 0. C. Other nominees are. Mr. Foote as first vice president, Hank Mayberry second, and Don Pratt and Corry Wright for third vice president. With nine executive offices (o be filled nominees so far are Joe Downey, Gordon peak Leon Cloarec, Robert Crawford, Robert Ihune, Bud Abbott, Harold Porter. Allan A. MacDonald, and Stanley Porter. Don Carlyle is single nominee for sergeant-ii-arms. aided -j "ov T by LWL PICTURE BUTTE Mrs. F. (Mary) Remier reports the St. Catherine's Catholic Women's League's recent campaign to aid the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society realized ?21B. Mrs. Renner thanked all Picture Bulte and district residents who supported this campaign. whittles costs CHAXBROOK (Special) Dwindling odds for provincial 'green light for a r choel p'nnts referendum in time lor the Dec. 11 municipal-regional vote set Cranbrook school board to whittling the projected plans to The bylaw must be published a minimum 10 days before the vote. Tiie scaled-down proposals cover 12 classrooms, eight add-i ed to Murial Baxter which now j rt.nts two rooms for its overflow, and a new four room elementary for crowded Gordon Terrace on the South Hill. The referendum would also approve Laurie roof repairs but has eliminated library-offio 1 staff room extensions at three oilier schools. Board hopes are for department of education and proposal goes to chilis PINCHER CREEK (Special) i After discussing the cost, of a television booster station, with a view to improving color ar.d black and while reception in the town, council has decided it would be tetter left I with some of the service clubs to discuss funds for the project. If a booster station were to be installed, it would do away with the masts and antennae, thus reducing other costs. Channel 4 TV in Calgary gave an estimated cost of S8.000 for an installation capable of boosting the signal from two separate stations, with the town to be responsible for maintenance 1 costs. Another proposal from Alber-la Government Telephones projected an installation of plus a 0-year service contract Cranbrook allowed overpayment CRANBROOK (Special) -Issuance of Crown Grant by the provincial Lands Branch to the city for the recent planned city industrial park north extension will also allow a S3. 147 overpayment re'und, the ci s of all tl.': v year- Mr. Burger well n a V.-K-I v.C'll (f moil' v anrl a T'-. iir. f V.ITO pM M nU'd lo Utiri KTZIKOM 'HNS) Friends i A and lelalivcs Rull-..-re.-l to h.nor p-ci livii Burger of efforts as janitor of Ibo School "for the past 2.'! llo retired in September due lo illness and was replaced by Clayton Robinson. RAYMO.NIJ i HNS i district many years farm- j new dv.toiia' finr-hcd on in thai' area until 19W SI. is ihc. nc.v home of v.iicn they moved to Bc'.h KeisU-r and family. In farm and operate a small olirjr lot on the dairy for 15 years. being for lion Mr. and Mrs. Burger took up j residence in the Bow Island i NATAL iIINSi F. C ;iin i s i.1' Ihe Fernie school district he has not vet received word from Victoria board's application fo'- sion to hold VI on lioi- lar r'.'fercmhiin in district At a regular school boa'd meeting earlier this month. Mr Chambers sai'l if he had v.o word from the di liy Wednesday, Nov. in. it VOT- be too late to h I1 required steps to l.'.Mir-; "f s referendum in liir.e to have Ihe vole in con- ,.ivic vote, Chambrrs .said that until from Victoria, lie. rioting to sav about th-o TO PLAY AT TABKIl Jaini-s (Mack) MeDirmitk, five-fool 11-inch Harlem Stars' shorty will see action at Talifr at S p.m. tti'ihirv day wlii'n the razzlc dazzle, world-louring Stars take on Ihe W. R. Myers High Sclmnl Tnitters hoop squad. The prr- limiuary will go at p.m. I-'a'ntastic is the word owner Bnid uses to (U- serihc this little ball player. Ever since Mack left Uunliar High he has been doing lan- talic things. Virst he became a masler barber, not In men- lion his football ability al Wcnalfree Valley Ciillege in .Washington State. His junior and senior years were spenl on tl-.e hardwood at Valley College. After finishing school Mack joined Hie Har- lem Stars. Me has done won- ders for (his leani in llrt? way of speed snd quick hands, lie may have played his greatest game in Mexico last summer, where the Harlem Stars won a total of 21 games. monthly. ber which allows for the statu- toy 10 days. Special municipal and school I riistricl vote will otherwise he necessary at special cost early nexl year. The board secrelary-treasur- _.-. er. Morley Obee, estimates re- ingham Construction Ltd. Echo fcrendum cost with mundpd- regional ballot at S2.000, and at The 175 acres of crown land is toward Patton's Lake through which 2.6 miles of road has been built lo Kimberley highway just west of the un- derpass. road continues from park north city limits through Park access, then through Seized game aids needy PINCifER CF.GEK (Speciali Local hunters and visitors frcm other parts of the country have invaded the foothills areas in efforts to secure game. Areas where antlered ari mals hr.ve been in season hEv way up In lie final defence by Ihe actor play- ing Ihe first title role." TORONTO (CP) Charles Manson. California cult leader and convicted murderer, may seem an improbable subject around which to write a musical I play. But this is wbr.t Fabian Jen-1 nings, a 29-year-old writer from j Niagara Fails. Ont.. has done to make his debut as a Canadian I playwright. j His play. Charles Menson j A.K.A. .Jesus Christ, with music composed by Allan Rae. 28. of Calgary, had its world premiere Friday' night al Ihe Theatre Passe' Mtirnille in tlif heart of downtown Toronto. Mr. Jennings says he wrote the play, not out of any sdmira- tien for Manscn. who is cur- rently under sentence of death for tiie murders of nine persons but because "he's not so typi- cal as we'd like to believe." "The whole phenome- non says much more about cur North American culture many of us care to admit TflAC'KS I.IKK The title comes from a police honking of Manson with I the notation "a.k.a. (also known las) Jesus Christ" traces out j Manson's early life and back- ground through his own inter- views with reporters and the revelations of his followers, or "family." Mr. Jennigs says his charac- ler ManMHi, convincingly por- trayed in the 'llieatrn Pa.sse. Mu raiile production by Peter Jobin, "corresponds directly to I the real Inrt tlw incm- of the "family" in Ihe play are "kind of composite charac- ters." The writer much of his script comes verbatim from courtroom transcripts and ac- tual interviews, with Manson's final six-ech before the court "an abridge but otherwise un- changed version of his actual AlUwugh the. program do- A.M. SPECIAL P.M. SPECIAL 45" wide Fully washable Ren 4.86 per yd. EACH USE ZEUER'S BUDGET COUPONS P.M. SPECIAL ROWING BOARD A.M. SPECIAL EACH USE ZEUER'S BUDGET COUPONS EACH USE ZEUER'S BUDGET COUPONS P.M. SPECIAL HOT WHEELS PACKS A.M. SPECIAL MEN'S WOMEN'S BOYS' GIRLS types jo choose from -Rea. 1.46 EACH USE ZEUER'S BUDGET COUPONS P.M. SPECIAL PRINTED AND WHITE NOON SPECIAL MEN'S IS 36" Reg. to i9c per yd. S.M.I. nylon Insulated Reg. 14.96 PER INCH USE ZEtLER'S BUDGET COUPONS Specials Go On Sale At Times Specified And Slay On Sale Until p.m. Wednesday Or While Quantities Last P.M. 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