Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Rabbi speaks to Catholic Women's League banquet Enjoying fellowship at a Fort Macleod CWL banquet recently are, from left. Rev. Dennis Flack, Mayor George Buzonis, Rabbi Lewis N. Ginsburg and Rev. John Maes. 'Centennial is everybody's business' By JEAN SWIHART Special Correspondent FORT MACLEOD Rabbi Lewis N. Ginsburg, executive director of Century Calgary spoke at the annual Catholic Women's League banquet here. Rabbi Giinsburg is active in interfaith work at Calgary. He serves as a board member in the west for the Canadian Coun- cil of Christians and Jews. He has been dubbed the "Catholic Rabbi" and is an hon- orary bngadeer in the Salva- tion Army. "Centennial is everybody's he said. "There is something exciting about a birthday party, but when it is a 100th party for a whole com- munity, at is particularly dial- TREES Peat Moss Fertilizer Etc. Frache's Garaenteria 7th Ave., 20fh St. N. Phone 327-2768 lenging. Each person should evaluate and assess what is ex- pected of him, as a participant. 3 lots sold by lease agreement TABER (HNS) The sale by lease agreement of three res- idential lots was approved at a recent meeting of the town council. Two lots on 5th Street be- tween 54th and 56th avenues were purchased by Pievelstoke Companies Ltd at a pre-ser- viced price of each. A lot of 52nd Ave. west of 47th St went to contractor Holger Just for Council refused an applica- tion by Parker Leasing and Rentals for an unservices mo- bile home lot at S625 because the applicant has not lived up to his building contract on a similar lot previously pur- chased in the mobile home sub-division. OKAY FENCE Council approved the installa- tion of a four-wire fence 2.15 miles long around the airport landing strip now under con- struction, and directed that tenders be called for the supply of 535 tons (more or of Portland cement for the soil- cement base to carry the as- phaltic surfacing. Council took no action on a request by the Oldman River Region Planning Commission for an opinion re the subdivi- sion into 40 and 80 acre plots cf a quarter section one mile north of the Carnataon potato processing plant east of High- way 36, preferring to see what the planning commission ac- tion will be. Council took no action on a request by the Taber Exhibi- tion Association represented by W. R. Galvin as to the future of the present rodeo grounds. "The centenary can be a suc- cess only if it is nourished by the personal enthusiasm and de- sire of (individual citizens." The rabbi was welcomed to the gathering by Mayor George Buzunis. Master of ceremonies was parish priest Rev. John Maes. During the evening Mrs. Henry Lemire presented a gift from the CWL. Ed Wyclaw gave Rabbi Gins- burg an honorarium from the parish. Something Is Happening At NOW IN STOCK GREEN CROSS Weed "N" Feed Lawn Fertilizer and Weed Killer 1602 3rd Ave. S. 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He is a third figure, silver dance skater. He was a participant here in the southern Alberta sub-sectionals in November and with Krista Andres of Medi- cine Hat won the pre-novice dance qualifying them to com- pete in Calgary in the Alberta championships last December. Junior club members parti- cipated in groups as major- ettes, elephants, jugglers, clowns, poodles, tigers, danc- ing bears and tight-rope walk- ers. Senior members undertook a space odyssey, side show, prancing horses and a girlie show. Costumes and decorations were chosen to give a true cir- cus atmosphere. A general club meeting win be held Tuesday, April 17, at 8 p.m. in the MD Building. Officers will be elected for the coming year. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Meehanli Capitol Furniture Bidg. PHONE 328-7684 sn in Rome, do as the Canadian Club. Here in the cradle of western civilization, they know a civilized whisky when they see one: Canadian Club. 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