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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WxIniKhy, Novtmbtr J9, 1972 1HC LTTHMIDGI HEttALB v. f> i, .c -1 K Roundup of District News 1 xtm, .mlic, 25th anniversary GRANUM (HNS) About 200 guests recently attended an open house to honor Mr. and Mrs. Klaas Poelman on the oc- casion of their 25th wedding an- niversary. Jack Havinga, on behalf ol the community, presented the with a clock. Klaas Poelman and Annie Sinnema were married in the Christian R e f o r m ed Church, east of Granum, Nov. 18, 1947. They have two sons, George and Chuck, both at home. Shower Friday COALDALE (HNS) A com- munity shower in honor of Miss Rose Reimer, bride-elect, will be held at 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1, in the Coaldale United Church Hall. Turkey dinner MILK RIVER en of the Order of tire Royal Purple will host the Milk River and district senior citizens at a turkey dinner to be held in the Elks Hall Sunday, Dec. 3, at p.m. Sell oranges COALDALE (HNS) Coaldale Kinsmen Club will conduct a sale of Japanese oranges in the Coaldale residen- tial area the evening of Thurs- day, Nov. 30. The public is urged to sup- port the event. Proceeds will assist the Kins- men in community services. Doran Templeton is commit- tee chairman. Curling meeting FOREMOST (HNS) A spe- cial meeting of the Foremost Curling Club has been called for Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Civic Centre. Both men's and women's divi- sions are facing a crisis this year as projected memberships are considerably lower than in recent years. II more interest cannot be generated in activities, con- sideration may have to be given to closing the curling rink. Canada pensions TABER (HNS) Persons in the Taber district with ques- tions or problems in connection with the Canada Pension Plan, the Old Age Security, or the Guaranteed Income Supple- ment, may call at the Taber Ad- ministration Building Thursday. Louis LaPlace of the Leth- bridge District Office of the Canada Pension Plan will be in attendance here from 1 to 4 p.m. Nov. 30. Lethbridge manager of the pension plan. J. C. (Fern) Bou- chard, says that Mr. LaPlace, He c a 11 e d attention to par- will also provide assistance in ents that it is difficult for stu- the filing of applications to those who are now, or soon will be, qualified for the above-noted benefits. Tour schools TABER (HNS) Trustees and administrators of the Taber school division are touring all facilities owned by the division. Once a year these public school officials visit all schools and garages to review the gen- eral state of repair of the build- ings, additions, and to meet with the principals to re- view the general operation of the school and capital require- ments for the coming year. To reduce staff STIRLING (HNS) A cut- back in school staff must be made, principal Joseph Steven- son has announced. This is due to reductions in money received from the gov- ernment and because of a re- duction of enrolment. This will cause changes in school courses for next semes- ter. Truancy rampant STIRLING (HNS) Co-op- eration from parents was ask- ed by principal Joseph Steven- son over truancy. dents to achieve if tiey are not at the school. Parents of such boys and girls will continue to be per- sonally contacted. Sunday service COWLEY (HNS) church board of Foothills Uni- ted Church met for its first fall session and set the time of Sun- day services for p.m. for the winter. Plans for the fall visitation by board members were laid. It was decided to have a spe- cial service of dedication Dec. 10 to formally dedicate the new windows. The Christmas service will take place Dec. 24. Joe Thibert will continue at board chairman. Present was Rev. R. Putman, new pastor of the Pincher Creek congregation. Save Sesame TABER (HNS) The Leth- bridge based "Committee to Save Sesame Street" has the backing of the board of trustees, Taber school division. The subject of the return of Sesame Street to television sta- tion CJOC-TV was discussed at a recent board meeting, and the vote was unanimous in support of the committee's campaign. VANDALS DAMAGE 10 Spatuk of Blairmore look at table and a roof of a shelter photo: Benches, chairs, divin RCMP of the Blairmore detc Trailer By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE It appears the curse that haunted Jack Lemon, a gold prospector of Tobacco Plains, Mont., in the early 1870s, a gold seeker in the Crowsnest Pass region, has struck again. Two Blairmore residents have started a camping and tenting grounds business in west Blairmore. It has the legendary name, "The Lost Lemon Trailer Park." Vandals broke into the tenting and camper park grounds recently and damaged facilities, grounds and building. A soft drink cooler was picked up, carried and tossed into the Crowsnest River. It runs on the north side of the grounds. The cooler was submerged under six feet of water and owners of the grounds, Max LEMON PARK Max Brow a picnic table vandals destroy were torn off and thrown intt g board and othsr equipment chment are investigating. park vai and Hank Spatuk, had to use grappling hooks to recover the unit. Swim ming pool dressing rooms mirrors were left, and his partner Hank ed recently. The top of the the Crowsnest River. Other ies in the swimming pool. Vern Decoux photo tidalized "It just said Max Brown, that the curse of the Lost Lemon Mine is following us. We have had one setback after another." for high RAYMOND (HNS) Construction has started on a addition to the senior and junior high schools. The new addition will join two schools into one. James Blumell is principal of both schools. There is to be a new area of square feet, comprising library' music conservatory and administration offices. The new addition is Uie climax to two years' work by members of the building committee for the County of Warner schools: Murry Holt, chairman; Keith Palmer, representing the Raymond school area; John Otto, Warner; John Reese, Milk River; and Donald Chris-tenvSen, Stirling area. Murry Holt said there will be no major contract awarded for construction work; subcontracts are to be let to a number of firms. The architect is the same man who designed two school ings, junior high school 1953, and senior high school 1963, Bohncrt Beton, now of B e t o n Construction and Engineering, Lethbridge. re-elected at Cardston CARDSTON (HNS) Both incumbents were re elected in the Cardston school division election. Chester Walburger of sub-division 2 received 96 votes, just 11 more than his nearest opponent, Ken Vadnais. Wayne Leavitt received 52 votes. In sub division 3. Glen Pow-lesland won with 112 votes. Lynn Sommerfeldt received 37, and Lester Campbell, 34. There was one spoiled ballot. As there was no voters list, no percentage of votes could determined. From nil appearances there was a record turnout. Grandview tea., bazaar succeeds CARDSTON (HNS) The first tea and bazaar prepared by the patients of the Grand-view Nursing Home was a success. The patients -looked forward to the event and enjoyed it. The articles were made by them under the direction of Mrs. Norma Leavilt, activities director. Tickets are being sold on a quilt donated by the Leavitt Women. The draw will he made Christmas gives views on borrowing o CRANBROOK its pitch on spectacular future population increase, city council has begun a vigorous public relations effort for support of its million water source and improvements bylaw for municipal election Defeat would mean a six-months interval before a less costly Gold Joseph Creek system bylaw vote at million. Meanwhile an interim wells and pumps supplementary bylaw as self liquidating over f ve years hoisted average domestic water cost fiO per cent to a month. Moreover efficiency of this improvement has been FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING CONTACT The Lcthbriilfic Mcivtld PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or Grant introduces banquet guests COIJTTS (HNS) Coutls and District Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet a n d dance in the Coutls Civic Centre. More than 100 members and guests were served. It was catered lo by the Coutts Catholic Women's League. Joe Grant, president, introduced the head table guests and visiting members. He gave a brief resume of the chamber's activities: The meeting date has been changed to the third Monday of each month; the bank balance was increased through the aid of several projects; a pancake breakfast was hold in February; CoutLs Day was held last June: a donalion came from the Coutls Student Union as >art of its proceeds from the Coults Day Queen contest. IxMin Orr took part in n ride-n-thon n 1 Pincher Creek and :iis proceeds were donated to ho chamber. A Santa Clans day will be icld sometime in December for children of the district. Wilf Rowns of the LiMhhridfip Chamber of Commerce was the speaker. He spoke on free enter-wise. district on page SAAN STORES oro pleased to nnnouncn EDITH MILLS of CARDSTON, AlBERTA Was the winner of the family allowance? rfrnw on Nov. 25lll for o Clothing thafsall! You couldn't ask for a better value at Christmas than this fabulous Philishave Electric Shaver! The perfect Christmas gift for every man on your list. Only Peoples huge purchasing power makes, this value possible for only It's truly the perfect Christmas gift: a prestige shaver for him an eco- nomical price for you. The world-famous "90 Super" Philishave electric shaver has many outstanding features many men will gladly welcome. For smoother shaves, there's the new Super-thin floating head with over cutting actions per second. And talk aboufconvenience features. Push-button On-Off action. Flip-top cleaning. Neat coiled cord. Permanently lubricated motor assures longer, quieter use. Com- pact travel case. And 1 year guarantee promises complete satisfaction. All this and just for the "90 Super" Philishave electric shaver. It'stha perfect Christmas gift for all the men on your list. Visit Peoples Jewellers soon, and buy this outstanding value. You'll be doing your favourite fella's face a real fervour. Centre Village Mall, 2nd Avc. 13th St. N. -327-1303 ;