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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ftiday, November 27, 1970 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD 3 Bottle battle begins CLARESHOLM (HNS) Claresholni town council unani- mously passed a motion by councillor Bill Laing to ask other municipalities for sup- port in Claresholm's dr.ive against non-returnable bottles. The council wili send letters to other towns and municipal councils asking them to consid- er also drawing up bylaws making it unlawful to sell soft drinks in thin bottles. Councillor Laing said he was "thrilled with the favorable re- sponse from individuals." New 4-H beef club is formed CRANBROOK (Special) East Kootenay has a new and fifth 4-H Beef Club for mem- bers in Cranbrook rural and Kootenay fiiver' area, charter- ed as Rocky Mountain Beef Club. It starts with a member- ship of a dozen, most of whom already have their 1970 calves and will raise them over the next eight months toward East Kootenay 4-H Achievement Day judging. Calv.es so far se- cured include a few Charolais. Leaders are Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Johnson, Baker Mountain Road on the edge of Cran- broofc, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Head of Yahk, and Barbara Bete, rural Cranbrook. Month- ly meetings will be at the John- son home where regular lead- ership help and advica will be given, and advisory services of Waldo Disson of Movie are being sought. Club president is David Sand- berg, vice president Brenda Belway, secretary Kathryn G a u e r, treasurer Leonard Sandberg, information officer Debbie Johnson, and member- ship recruiter Judy Johnson. NIMBLE NEEDLES AND HOPING BEEF WINNlRS-Color Night is always a big cnnuol event in the 4-H program and this year's affair wos no exception. Winners of the 4-H Nimble Needles Club and the Hoping 4-H Short Grass Beef Club gather at the Hoping Community Centre to display the trophies they received. Back row, left to right: Bonnie toqua, Teresa Garber, Sherry tee, Sherry Block and Patricia Herbst. Front row, left 10 riaht- Wendy Kanig, teona Fauth, Cheri Hirsche, Sharon Wesley, Michael Fouth, Rod- ney Dixson and Ken Kanig. .____________________________-Theklo Ehnes Photo expenditure proposed by commission COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale police commission presented its proposed budget for 1971 to town council recent- ly. It amounted to No breakdown of figures was avail- able at this time. The 1970 bud- get was It is expected (lie suggested budget will see considerable re- duction before council will ac- cept it, Budget meetings are planned Social planned at Barons hall BARONS Wendy Rasmus- sen, recreation director of the north county recreation depart- ment, says a social get-together will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 8, at the Barons Coiftmunity Hall. The gathering is to welcome 'Gliost town' sends man to hear centennial plans By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRANBROOK East Koote- nay basic gathering toward whooping it up for British Col- umbia's 100th birthday in Con- federation got off to a good start at a recent meeting with provincial centennial chairman L. J. Wallace and his assistants. A representative came the 200 miles front Donald on the rail- way main line, now almost Trout pond discussion scheduled COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. l, in the John Davidson School. Trout pond developments will be discussed. Punch cards for the turkey draw project are to be dis- tributed. The public will be able to obtain them from mem- bers. Final plans for the Valentine Danes and Trophy Day will be made. A film will be viewed. ghost town status, but East Kootenay's first railway camp community as advance for the CPU construction by 1885 which was the bargaining point to bring B.C. into Canada in 1871. Representatives also came from other points up the Colum- bia River from Donald, includ- ing Golden, Spillimachine, Par. son, then points down the Koot- enay from Wasa and Wardner, the Dewdney Trail from Cres- ton and Moyie, and Crowsnest Pass approach area of Fernie and Jalfray, and also from the major centres of Kimberley and Cranbrook. Provincialiy employed Al Collier of Nelson, Kootenay sup- ervisor of recreation, will be executive officer for plans, while local committees will try to co ordinate celebrations through the year. However agreed on by all centres was a local rousing IS'ew Year's Eve with bonfires and hells to put the province's IQQth birthday year on the rec- ord in its opening seconds. Tea, bazaar COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Arts and Crafts will stage a tea and bazaar from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5 in a lo- cal hardware store. CHIPS WITH EVERY ORDER Papa Fry Cod. Reg. 95c....... 70 Momma Fry Cod. Reg. JjQ Small Fry Cod. Reg. 55c....... 3Q FAMILY CHIP FRY Enough Fish find Chips to feed 5 to 7 people! A 3, for Only................................... Offer Expires Saturday, Nov. 28, 8 p.m. Open Daily 4 p.m. .50 value FISH CHIPS 2716 12th Avenue South. Phone 328-8392 senior citizens and other Inter- ested psople who have the time and would like to come out and enjoy themselves. Transporta- tion will be looked after. It is hoped this will become a monthly event being held in different communities in tha north county so future plans will develop. The group has also looked into a tour ot Christmas lights in Lethbridge, and will bring this up at the gathering. Plans for Dec. 8 include bingo, cards, singing, and tea and crumpets. Phone the recreation office, 732-4774, every week day morn- ing for more information. by council. The first of three meetings before the new year will be held Dec. 7. It will deal with revision of tha five-year capital improvement general plan. The next one will deal with the general budget of the town and a third one will be held to tie things together. Mayor A. F. Blakie remind- ed council much homework must be done by the indwidua councillors so that they are properly prepared to present the budget from their depart- ment. Carol service Sunday COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass Choral So- ciety, in co-operation with 'Pass, churches, will sponsor a community advent carol ser- vice in the Crowsnest Pass High School at 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 29. This worship service will mark the beginning of the ad' vent season. A collection will be taken for the "Pakistan Belief Fund. Rev. Nakayama speaks COALDALE (HNS) Rev. Canon G. G. Nakaysma of Coaldale spoke at the 65th an- niversary celebration service of the Japanese Anglican Church in Canada, It was held in Vancouver. The commemorating service was held in the Church of the Holy Cross, a Japanese-Angli- can Church in Vancouver sit uated near Fraser Ave. Canon Nakayama has been involved in the Canadian Jap anese Anglican Church move ment for 41 years. He has been serving in Coaldale and the surrounding southern Alberta area for the past 25 years, Services are held in Englisl and Japanese. Church requests cemetery COALDALE (HNS) Acting on the request of Rev. David J. Pankratz of the Mennonite Brethren Church, council will make an effort to develop a community or municipal ceme- tery here. Coaldale town council will spearhead the move. A meet- ing will be called which will have town. County of Lelh- bridge officials and representa- tives from the Coaldals Meii- tionite Cemetery. The location suggested is the Mennonite Brethren Church site just north of the Iowa limits. A new church is bein, built in town therefore the oil Nancy Greeu league set for youngsters PINCHEK CREEK (Special) The West Castle SB ruib announces that the Nancy Green Ski League will again be in full operation for children 13 years and under. No racing experience is re- quired for these are fun races and team competition to teach :he young skier the fine points of good form and controlled turns. Around mid-January every weekend until mid February, there will be races and a win- ning team [rom Uus area com- petes in the provincial ski-off. Hopefully, this year sill see more teams and better races. The Canadian Ski Association in Calgary requests immediate registration from ski clubs, so for further information, please phone Mrs. Marion Miller at 627-4159, church property, adjacent to the Coaldale Mennonite Ceme tery, could be the location. Councillors LeRon Low ant Frank F. VViens were appointee to serve council on the matter Mrs. Hubka lected e. by women BOW ISLAND (HNS) Mrs. Otto Hubka recently was elect- ed president of the United Church! Women here. Other new officers are Mrs. Beryl Williams, vice-presWent Mrs. Rudy Wudrick, secretary; Mrs. Ron Calder, treasurer. In charge of Christian educa- tion is Mrs. Bill Calder and Mrs. Allen Egan. Mrs. Ormond Mitchell and Mrs. Minnie Erickson are M charge of social service. The programing will be led by Mrs. Beryl Williams and Mrs. Allen Egan, Mrs. Art Robertson and Mrs. Madlene Whitney will look af- ter cards and flowers. A major project is par- cels for the Naraniata, B.C. training school. Ceramic workshops COALDALE (HNS) Ce- ramic workshops are being conducted by the Coaldale Arts and Crafts at' 7 p.m. every Thursday in the Kate Andrews lligh School. Mrs. Jock Carpenter of Leth- bridge is'instructor. No reply yet NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood council reviewed its ifCer made some time ago to 2rows Nest Industries for land 'or the next development stage of Sparwood across Highway 3 rom the present lownsite. Because no reply has been received to this offer the muni- cipal clerk was asked to con- .act the parties involved in the .ransaction to get negotiations under way again. The municipality has expro- niation powers. Fill Kaiser posts FERNIE (UN'S) Norm irossfield of Fertile has been named supervisor of employ- ment and benefits for Kaiser lesources. Don Csdman is supervisor ot recruitment. Grant Optz is su- jervisor of labor relations. Battersea Wl IRON SPRINGS (HNS) ?ourtees attended the recent 3attersea Women's Institute meeting here to elect Mrs. T. Nolan president; Mrs. D. Oli- er, vice president; Mrs. W. Xtrby, secretary and Mrs. R. Harvie treasurer. Directors are Mrs. C. Cook, Mrs. N. M. Oliver and Mrs. H. M. Haney. Miss Cheryl Oga spoke about the Alberta WI Girls' Club con- ference at OWs. Drive falls short CRANBROOK (Special) Though withholding actual to- tal for the present, public rela- tions chairman for Cranbrook United Appeal Frank Heads reports the board believes the final anticipated amount will be This is short of (he objective for the 15 agencies listed. Constributions will be re- duced by eight 'per cent for each budget. Trees for park MONARCH munity meeting in the Monarch auditorium, with 16 people present, decided to order trees for the new recreation park, namely Chinese willows and Brooks No. 6 poplars. Revive Kinsmen NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The Association of Kinsmen Clubs is endeavoring to recharter the Kinsmen Club in the District of Spanvood. An organizational meeting wa.s held at the Kinsmen Health Centre in Natal with deputy governor Norm Hull and members of Fernie and Cranbrook Kinsmen club in at- tendance. Although some 45 letters were sent out regarding the only two interest- ed persons made an appear- ance. The Kinsmen still hope to form a club in Sparwood. Christmas lights COALDALE (HNS) New Christmas street lights are ex- pected to arrive shortly. The town is in the third year of a three-year plan to pur- chase lights. Town council said recently they will be mounted early in December. Police commission COALDALE (HNS') Re- cently reappointed to the police commission for two-year pe- riods were J. B. R. Staddon, Rudy Geltman and Herb Klas- sen. Community dob TYRRELL'S LAKE (HNS) The Hope Community Club held its November meeting at the home of Mrs. Maizie Jacob- son. Roll call was a recipe and gifts for the Raymond mental hospital patients were brought. Mrs, Ethel Fletcher won the tea prize. The Christmas party for husbands and wives will be held Dec. 5 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Brantncr of Lelhbridgc. Happy Valley boiispiel starts Dec. 4 NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Curl- ing highlight of the district next month will be the annual Happy Valley Men's Open Bon- spiel, a three-day affair start- ing Friday Dec. 4. The first 32 rinks will be ac- cepted and all games through- out the three-day bonsptel will be played on the four sheets of ice at the Natal curling rink. Entries for this bonspiel are to be in by Dec. 2 and sub- mitted to Siro Cimolini or by phoning 425-7792 or 425-6262. Revise plan COALDALE (HNS) Town council wants to embark on a revision ot the five-year plan. Planning is projected for the next 20 years. Council noted the revision is long overdue. The original was prepared in 1963. Some projects have been completed. Council will request additional copies of the plan from the Oldman Iliver Re- gional Planning Commission. ORANGE DRIVE COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Kinsmen will conduct (heir mandarin orange drive here Monday, Nov. 30. Contact Ivan Boras at 345-4387 if can- vassers fail to call, said Kins- men officials. ACT satellite station By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau COLEMAN Stan Bates of Calgary, representing CFCN- TV met Coleman council re- cently to discuss the possibility of installing a satellite in the area to bring better Calgary television reception for the Crowsnest Pass. Mr. Bates informed council Alberta Government Tele- phones is researching cost and sites for installing a satellite to service the entire "Pass district. He informed council that it was per cent sure the satellite would be installed this spring. Following heated discussion on the legality of a recent vote held in Coleman which favored the town's participation in the costs of building the Crowsnest Pass Community Swimming pool, all correspondence per- taining to tie matter will be sent to the attorney general re- questing his legal decision on the matter. Council will abide by the decision, A letter was received from the Town of Blairmore request- ing support for a resolution drawn up by the Town of Biair- more that a committee be formed to look into the feasibil- ity of getting a senior citizens home built in (lie Crowsnest Pass. Colsman councillors felt that they had "enough head- aches at the present time." A new dog bylaw had its third reading and rates for males and spayed females .was raised to and female licence was raised to Impounding fees were also raised and Robert Melvin was hired as local dog- catdter. Approval was given to A. Ashby of Calgary to open up and operate a second hand fur- niture store. The application of Mrs. Bon- nie Schile to take over tho duties of caretaker for the town offices was accepted. Councilman Mel Cornell re- ported police are continuing their investigation on the van- dalism in the Coleman post of- fice building. Reports indicate several mail boxes were broken into and pension cheques taken. Council congratulated coun- cilman Graham Atkinson on his new business venture. Mr. At- kinson has taken over a groc- ery store. Town employee John Oswald will attend a water and sewer training school to be held in January. Secretary treasurer Clar- ence Schile informed council die government paving grant of has been received. He also advised that the final re- quisition of was paid to the Crowsnest Pass School Divi- sion. ueen ATTENTION CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS Special Rotes ON BULK ORDERS Place your orders by phoning 327-6312 or 327-4228 WE DELIVER VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT F. P. WALSHE HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM FORT MACLEOD, ALBERTA Saturday, Nov. 28, 9 a.m. NINE PARTICIPATING TKAMS Get a taste of the good times with Old Vienna Canada's best tasting lager beer IN ALBERTA. D'KEEFg BREWING COMPAW LIMITED ;