Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives Nov 30 1965, Page 5

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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1965, Lethbridge, Alberta Gold ii begins program East Kootenay centres ready for fluoridation Cranbrook . Hns theoretical approval Given solidly to fluoridation of Community water Supply in municipal ballots Licary a year ago by four East Kootenay communities was discussed at the quarterly meeting in Cranbrook of East Kootenay Union Board of health. Golden Kimberley Chap Man Camp and Marysville All gave proper majorities toward coping with the Standard of child dental health in the area. Golden now owner operator of its own Village Supply sys tem has already begun the fluoridation program but plans to to the optimum level. Kim Berley which also sup plies Chapman Camp has not yet completed the bylaw improvements to its Supply and distribution system but has budgeted for fluoridation with in the next year. Marysville plans to adopt the measure before the referendum period expires it was re ported at the meeting. These Are the first communities in Hie Kootenay to under take the measure. Water pollution by human sewage in Easl Kootenay was discussed at the meeting with special reference to the possibility at Lake Windermere which at present the source i urged and the Board has re Fer some water supplies in the Lake Vicinity though not of the Village of Invermere. Enforce ment of pollution control regulations in unorganized territory for any proposed housing developments will be Board. Quested it be kept informed of any plans along these lines. Newly appointed East Koot Enay health unit medical officer or. J. H. M. Hopper was named Secretary of the Union keep Christ in Christmas project planned for Natal . Hns a keep Christ in Christmas Campaign will be conducted in Natal and District for the first time this year sponsored by the father Anthony om1 Council knights of Columbus. Plans for the project were completed at the regular meet in St. Michael s Hall in Natal recently. Prizes will be awarded for the Best outdoor scene throughout the area portraying Christmas As the birthday of Christ. Awards will be made for first and second place in the Competition. Mclntyre Are honoured at Farewell car Mangay fare Well party honouring or. And Lars w. E. Mclntyre was held recently when a Large Atten dance enjoyed a pot Luck supper. Bob Hubka As master of Cere monies then introduced Community singing which was Fol commission is seeking Rural support Claresholm special Don Graham a stavely resident outlined to the clares Holm recreation commission How the stavely area succeeded in getting ratepayers to sign a petition authorizing the Munici Pality to assess them one Mil for recreational purposes. Stavely town Council contributes two Mills towards recreation. Claresholm recreation com Mission was advised that nearly eight Mills of the town s budget goes towards recreation in order to provide additions in other business the Council set aside a Charity fund to provide assistance to members who May be off work through illness for at least two months. A stipulated amount will be presented to every member in Ood standing who is entitled o the Benefit. All proceeds de Rived from the annual knights of Columbus Christmas Turkey Singo to be held in St. Michael s Hall Natal on saturday dec. 11, will go toward the project. Arrangements were completed at the meeting for the new year s eve social Anc dance to be held jointly with members of the Catholic women s league and the mount Carmel society on Friday dec. 31. A report on the recently at tended knights of Columbus East Kootenay officers indoctrination course by three Mem Bers of father Anthony Council was presented and accepted. Members taking the course in Cranbrook were Andy Latka Harry Corrigan and Ellore Reg Henas. Grand Knight Andy Lalka chaired tie meeting. Sliding club winds up first year activities Christian co operation excellent co operation Between sister Leo Agnes counsellor of the Crow nest family service Bureau and Rev. Harold Coward of the Blairmore United Church the Bureau s trained psychologist is doing much to promote the Good work of the Bureau. The ecumenical movement to encourage members of the Christian Faith to work hand in hand for the better ment of All is Wel exemplified by the Bureau s record of achievement. The Board of directors heading the Bureau which serves All from puncher Creek West to the British Columbia Border is made up of Catholic priests. United Church ministers anglican Lay speakers and members of All denominations. Mem Decoux photo outlines us work Warner meet hears or. Hitsch Manova Warner hns the work of the unitarian service com Mittee and its Progress since its inception in 1945 was graphically illustrated at a Public meeting in the Warner Mem orial Library sponsored by the Warner constituency of the Alberta women s Institute when or. Lotta Hitsch Manova addressed a gathering from East of coups new Dayton Lethbridge and Warner. Carmai Gay couple feted on Golden wedding Day Lowed by a skit in services the hns of the Mclntyre a while is seeking the one guests including Chil Here the past 13 from the Rural grandchildren and great presentations and met at the Home were paid to the honoured were made or. And mrs. Lathrie Burke by the Many key Rural residents of Honor of or. And mrs. W. C. Namely the fish and game attend a meeting of Golden wedding Anni Socia Tion Emmanuel Jan. 6, 1966 Home and school for s canvass of the and mrs. Burke came to Village of car Mangay and be Early in 1916 and have Curling 51 per cent of in the car Mangay District mrs. Mclntyre has acted a designated area is since. Secretary treasurer for the or. Graham stressed received telegrams of Lage for the past six for at least 75 per cent from prime a Community purse was to have a better Lester Pearson presented the honoured couple with the municipality a c. Manning and the or. J. Percy Page As Well As or. And mrs. Mclntyre meeting was relatives who were unable pressed their thanks for the report that be present. Thing and invited All Council will Endeavor cards were also friends to visit them in a qualified from Bud Olson and new Home in in speaker. Friends called from Calgary Milo Vulcan Champion Barons and car Mangay. Advertising policy to give credit where it s due. Of Kemian car staff changes announced fort Macleod hns in keeping with the alterations being made by the Canadian Pacific railway Many changes will fake place in. Fort Mac Leod. Leo Gelinas who for the past seven years has been agent Here will Combine the duties of agent and first trick oper Ator. Robert Burke has been cashier in the freight office for be past 16 years will Transfer o the Yard office. Alex Mcdonald who has chief Yard clerk since 1318, has retired on pension and j. J. Schmall third trick opera Tor has been transferred to Suffield. Denis Clevend will be Leav ing in the near future to Lake charge of merchandising at Pincher Creek and Fred Cox formerly first trick operator will take Over the swing shift in fort Macleod. The handling of merchandise ocl freight and express will be done by George Brown. Or. Wilsch Dianova executive director of the unitarian ser vice committee is travelling across Canada As a messenger from the thousands of deprived children and adults from a Over the world. This is her 21s year in the service of the us in her talk which was illustrated with coloured slides or Hitsch Manova endeavoured t outline and demonstrate wha one Dollar contribution does of the people of Greece Arabia Hong Kong Korea India an wherever the us finds a need besides foodstuffs the us a been instrumental in providing machinery livestock baby layettes and other clot ing training programs set u to teach self help and medic programs have been Lencou aged. One Dollar will provide h 8-ounce glasses of milk Large bowls of Barley Gruel it tuesday november 30, the Lethbridge Herald s trophies Are Aivar ded to the Setji Bridge Braimaster for one i some people Call it he uses the pick of the hops and the Best of the Barley malt. Then he adds a dash of pure Genius under his care Beer is brewed and aged to Mellow perfection. Brewed from Hie Famois House of Lethbridge formula Sicks Lethbridge brewery Ltd. For free Home delivery Coll 327-3554 two meals 100 Large Peanut butter cookies and will Send a doctor 10 times into isolated places to give inoculations. Or. Hitsch Manova concluded How can i convey to you the need of hungry and ill children Parent less and afraid children starving ind freezing children and and l living in Roadside hovels or holes in a Mountain Side How do i express an Ade quate thank you to you who have never lacked sufficient clothing and whose Homes Are comfortably heated in mrs. J. Cress of new Dayton constituency convener for the Warner constituency presided at the meeting. Natal . Hns Elk Alley Riding club which or Aniced last june concluded a first year of activity with a Indus banquet social and Ance during which the pre ent Alion of trophies and rib on to the various winners in Enior Junior and Little britches competitions took place. The women s auxiliary to the anglican Church catered to the banquet which was attended by i members and invited guests. Tie affair was staged in St. Aul s anglican Church Hall in Lichel. During the evening games also played for the younger roup with prizes Given to the Inners which were donated by ocal business concerns. A horse auction was also held Lastic bottles with painted horses and Binder twine tails numbered and prizes were attached. Auctioneer for the ocasion was Reega Gregson of Cardston Alberta. Winner of the grand aggie ote trophy in senior compel Ion donated by Reega Gregson if Cardston and Stan Lawrence if Fernie went to Karen hotel while top honors and the grand aggregate trophy in Junior and Ottle britches Competition donated by Keith Bailey of Natal vent to Lorraine Rankin. Miss Rankin was also presented with a Silver buckle and won a rib Bon for having the Best Atten dance for members under 15 ears. The door prize went to mrs. Robert Rothel. The following winners were announced in the senior com petition events based on Points attained during the season with first place receiving a trophy and the remainder taking rib Bons barrel Karen Rothel second Howard Rankin third Albert care Nan fourth Dick Cook Allan Cook Terry Myles stake race first Allan Cook second Karen Rothel third Dick Cook fourth Molly Schuffle Albert care Nan pole bending Dick Cook second Allan Cook third Karen Rothel Keith Bailey fourth Terry Myles. Key Hole Karen Rothel second Keith Bailey third Nello Gioia fourth Dick Cook. I n the Junior and Little britches co Pelion. Lorraine Rankin won first and grand aggregate honors with Gordon Polachik taking second place. Third spot was awarded to Zillio Porco with Wendy Rankin Musil Albert Gioia Dawn m. Riding club concluding an Kenny Rankin. The Elk Valley Riding club 45. Season had a membership of a Man taxes in Hatai Macnei Ana District organized in Juno Ana those Wor Xung in an official capacity in the held their opening Day on year of activity included Day july 4. Since opening Rankin president Ole he club held 10 sunday vice president Shirley dianas staged at their Secretary Raymond a few Miles up the Elk treasurer Arena direct to weekend Trail rides up Keith Bailey and Henry Elk Valley and also took time keeper Rose of an open gymkhana held recorder Annette Bailey Fernie in conjunction Bill Robertson and labor Day celebrations. Bill Davey. Dicks ii addresses 20th marked by Champion must enter the business were urged to set a Good ample for their 20th anniversary Cele to follow when Lions was attended by 175 governor for 37-c Jim women and guests. Pres of Cascade mont., Phil Fain welcomed the gathering to celebrate and introduced lion Champion Lions club s Mcgrail who was master of charter for the occasion. Citing Good driving habits ladies auxiliary to the abeyance of All traffic Laws Canadian legion catered an example the speaker the banquet which was attained that honesty in by representatives of the and every Day life of the six clubs in the zone As would do much to teach As the local club. Children proper attitudes was provide prepare them for the time children of the local lion Esther Matlock Thi want boys and the four hum Mph Chirls. Rynn Riff winning fourth place. Judged As Ood sports in the younger com editions the following were presented with Small cups John lds Mission Magrath hns Farewell services were held in the lds Chapel in Magrath for elder Merlin Barker who will be leaving shortly for the East French Mission. He will enter the Mission Home in Salt Lake City nov. 29 and depart for his Mission Headquarters at Geneva Switzerland dec 6. He is the son of or. And mrs. Dyne Harker of Magrath. Oreca ii mines stakes claims at Pine Point Vancouver up Ore can mines announced Here it has staked 40 claims in the Pine Point area of the Northwest territories. Company director e. E. Osborne said in a report to share holders the company plans a limited exploration of the claims he said or can s operation Al Kelsey Bay on Vancouver is land is producing 510 tons a Day of Iron Ore concentrate which is being shipped to Japan via Campbell River. Pension plans fit together Calgary up Alberta civil servants will suffer no loss when the Canada pension plan is integrated with their own pension plan the civil servants association of Alberta was told. Provincial treasurer a. 0. Aalborg told uie association s annual convention that the Public servant s pension plan will co exist with cup the Canada pension plan. He said there will have to be some adjustment in the Pupp for those earning less than annually to allow for premiums to the cup but employees benefits will be As great after the integral lion As before Edmonton Pupil Rhodes scholar Edmonton up John Andrew Brook 22, of Edmonton a graduate student in philosophy at the Edmonton Campus of University of Alberta was name Alberta s Rhodes scholar for 1966. He was selected Over nine other candidates by the selection committee of the Rhodes scholarship Trust. Committee Secre tary j. E. Redmond announced or. Brook s Success. Or. Brook was chairman o the planning commission of the University which made plans for the new students Union build ing. The scholarship provides about a year for iwo Anc possibly three years for a Stu Dent to study at Oxford univer sity. Ten scholarships Are awarded in Canada each year club meets car Mangay hns West country women s club met Al mrs. Kathy Audi s Home for the november meeting. Eight Mem Bers and three visitors enjoyed playing password. Members Are reminded thai the december meeting will be a dinner party for members Anc their husbands at Drift Willow Wilt a gift Exchange As usual the january meeting will be held at mrs. Mabel Clark s Home. At lunch time the october november and december birth Days were celebrated with a birthday cake and gifts. Mrs Betty Hubka won the hostess prize. Mrs. Kay Grice was Welcome As a new member. He a vetting. Well baby clinics Raymond commencing dec. I Well baby clinics and pre school and adult immunization will be held at the new county of Warner health unit office in Raymond on the following Days monday afternoon from until wednesday morn ing from until Fri Day afternoon from to Black dental lab cuff Black registered dental technician phone 327-2822 505 medical denial Crow nest pass Bureau news circulation Job printing. Vernon decor resident rep., Blairmore phone c chosen at make his christinas this Christmas give truly outstanding qualify and so reasonably priced hand engraved initial cuff links and tie tac Kii initial deeply engraved in Silver Luna an Black proper and pc anal Louch for Weff a relied Man. Tie tacs cuff links and tie fac set Diamond cuff links tie tags tie cups flu i How exceptionally Good in giving him Anton s free Quality jewellery. Our Lef Edion inc nuclei Diamond coif links tie and lie clips. Each handsomely gift boxed. N Romond cuff links Ileal my Silver b Diamond tack Sterling Silver

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