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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ttuudoy, Apill 17, 1972 THE ItTIIBRiDC.t HEBA1D 3 fuUu Herald Tin: iwRAU) THI: in POT-LUCK Girarcl. chief District By D'ARCY RICKARD Prepayment policy okayed bv Taber town council lutcr-failh service held NEW DAYTON1 (HNS> An inter faith service with the congregations of SI, Edmund's Roman Catholic and New Day- Ion U n i I e tl churches wor- shipping together was a recent event at Ihe United Church. Father Cassidy and Rev. Ova- ;igc maintenance taxes will ham Dickie led Ihe Scripture; continue for town-owned or pri- veiulintfs and prayers. I vale properties in areas where A film, The Supper, semecs are already pro- si! own and discussed. i vicled The offering of SIM was sentj Tiie on property lo the World Development He- for prcserviclne was set Sometimes it's hard for us to realize the Lclhbrklgc Herald is u really fine newspaper. Its prenlness extends a back. When I pet tired of teas, WI mcctinpi, .lolly Janes arid .so on. I head for (he li- hiary and look up the old mas- ter.s The old nuclei s of cartoon- ing, (hat is. One of the greatest was the Tale George Many a Sunday afternoon 1 -sal in the v-hilc rocking chair beside the coal in my AmiL lua's kitchen al Mapralli and chuckled over the antics of Ihe Kids. Til- lie the Toiler. Mr. and Mis hut most of nil Me Manas was lucky he worked in the days when Die comic strips took up, and were given, plenty of newspaper space The example we show look up an entire page of the Lethbndge Daily Herald. Gradually, newspapers stall- ed using more and more strips. As n result, the comies were squeezed d o w n into tiny .sfjuures. They ran ;ic.mss tour columns instead of the long six and eight-column .strips of the Rood old rip-ruiiriiuj cm Looning days. McManus lialed having Jiggs down into postage stamp size hut Ihcrc wasn't much he could do alioul it, 1TP Father hns to he (he greatest comic strip the I.cMhbridce Herald has ever published. We find its creator working the New York World Then HcarsL hired him. A list ot some of his early features includes Alma Oliver for the SI. Louis Repub- lic, Snoozer, The Merry Marce- iene, Let George Do It, Pan- aiser executive j Ci0jn TAKER (HNS) A policy providing for tlie prepayment of services except paving on ncw- ]y-developed town-owned lots lias been approved by lown cuuticiJ. Tlio present system of front- lief Fuiul. A social liour of fellowship and lunch Foil owed the service.. This was served by llic Catho- lic Church Women. Register now PICTURE BUTTB (HNS) A. Dianchini, principal of Ihe Dorothy Dalglic.sli School, is registralinp child who will he ntlending school in Septem- ber. t.cgislralion dulos are May 1 and 2. Children eligible must roach (heir sixth birlhday fore Keh. 28, Mr. Himicliini asks (hat pa cnls bring birth certificates at the time of registration, limes are 9 lo 12 noon and 1 to at JHO afler investigation sliow- j cd thai in llic pH.st Die general revenue of the town has been subsidizing certain services, a practice to he discontinued. Per foot surcharges making up the adopted include scw- cr mains water mains S3; waler and sewer connections to property based on one-inch wa- ter line ami tour-inch sewer, S-l.fcQ; sideualk. curb ami gut- ter installation sheet and lane ballasting and gravelling SG.GU: and electrical under- ground service and lighting S3.50. Mainlcnnnt-e taxes on water on or he-1 and sewer services will com- mence in 20 years, considered Io be (he normal li'fe of (dose mains, atid on llic same basis Because paving cannot be placed until roadway settle- ment is complete and all pro- perties on a street, are occu- pied, council agreed that street paving should become a sep- arate item to he installed under local improvement program. This would be geared lo actual cost of installation and deben- ture payments on money bor- rowed for the installation. The proposal for prepayment of services mel with some op- position from councillor Bruce who Geore Cox marks 80th birtliclav PINCHKK CHKKK (Special' George Cox, native son ol Pinchcr Creek, was guest of honor al a dinner on his Stlth birthday recently. Dinner served to rela- tives iiR'ludiiic sisters and one brother. John Cox of Calgary, in a loasl to his father, spoke on the However, Mr. Milhken along proBress of Mlc [wsl 30 vears, I I tl Ai-ni-i> '.rid n( fr _ _ as not con- vinced as to Ihc wisdom of the policy unless a building boom occurs." with Mayor Avcry anil other members of council except Mrs. Helen Wcnlz voted for the siirchargfi. Mrs. Wcnlz had moved lhat the .surcharge he but the motion was defeat- ed. Council continued iis discus- sion on selling price of lots lo be consisenl will, the anlici- pnled increase in values uhcn the general nssessmenl is made Ifitc in the vear. hniidle Pete ami The Nev, ly- weds for tlij New York World. Then the cartoonist called on the New York Journal in and began a comic called Their Only Child. From llic very slart. MoMan- ns's work was masterly in hu- mor and design. Jitsl look at the early papc from The Lethhridge Herald. Look at (he beautiful lines, the composition of ear-h box, and the general neatness, Anrl he kept right on cluing it (or half a century. Bringing Up Father appeared first in a tentative way in Ihe American Aug, 3, It came lo Lethbridtfe .soon after. It took some lime for the new )lot, .social problems of a ng man grown rich overnight, o make ilself fell. In 19lfi it was still only n hilly, Itosie'j, Heau, occupying he Sunday page. But in the 3nrly 1920s Bringinc Up Fall) ?r is the bit" strip in both Svin- :lay and daily, and Rosie's Jean lakes Ihc part of n small- er feature in the Sunday, where it remained until 1EM5, when it was replaced hy Snooknms. The hero is an Irish immi- grant uorking man who had come into a fortune. His ter- rifying wife, Maggie, took to newly-rich ways with v.eal: hut himself wanted lo escapr from Ihe mansion to corned beef and cabbage at, Uinty Moore's. Bringing Up rather is yet another oM strip that survived in spite of the death of its crea- tor in 1951. It was dropped from Ihe Lcthbridge. Herald in the late 1960s. McMnnus, who looked re- markably like Jiggs, put into his creation a sharp, clean line. Remember Jigg's mop of hair and tilled cigar butt? The lliume of the Jiggs and Maggie saga is that money has flooded a simple Irish work- man's lite in amounts large enough to satisfy any dream cinci while this brings out all the termagant in Mapcie, it also brings ouL all (he Jigps in .liggs this being the really funny Hi Kip about (he strip. As Magyic scrambles for tlic top rung on the1 ladder. look wistfully at the bottom. The great (liemc of Hnnfjini; Up Fat her Is the joys of HIP simple life. What empty social grandour can compensate to Jigtfs for an NATAL i HNS) Stephen A. career executive witli the intci'iiational Kaiser or- Kaniv.alinn. elected presi- dent, chief officer, a director and member of the ex- ecutive c lie-sources of Kaiser Ltd., al n recent meeting in Oakland, Calif., rjf the Canadian cnmpany's bnaid of directors The board elected ICdgnr F. Ka'ser, Jr., olde.st son of in- dustrialist LCdgar F. Kaiser, as a director and executive vice- president of operations; and Roland A. Kjelland, as direc- tor and executive vEco-presi- dent of ndniinislration and fi- nance. "Mr. t.iirard becomes the new president of Kaiser Re- sources with 33 years of experi- ence in heavy construction and international business manage- ment wilh the KnisLT compan- ies, including in s as a j president of Kiii.ser Jif'p Cor said .lack L. chairman. "He and his two new i executive vice presidents nnen concentrating on review- j ing Kaisrr llesuuives' entire operations, and will establish new corporate headquar- al Vancouver. No increase (UlADUATKS II rii cc son nf Mr. nnrt Mrs. V. L. iUityor of Oialdali-, lias cninplctr-d IICMT recruit trahiiin'. C'nnsL Maver is be- ing Iriiiisfrrroil for duly to the Norlliwrsl Ten ilorics, says R. I'. Slimp, I'htpF stipci'inlon- ili'nl it! Hit1 commanding offi- cer ilrpiit Ollawn. TAiSliJl fllNSi -Tflbcr school division trustees have ruled an increase in mileage, allowances for staff h e n I'llinf on gravel Tlio split rale was lo cover extra damages In- currcd to vehicles on gravel roml trips. The employee con- cerned ri'porkvl liavinR lost a windshield, two mufflers and three licadlii'Jils durniR the pnsl six months. The1 hunrd sloofl firm in It.s dt'cisifii) nirfflt1 l UD is .sufFi- Share costs linor ball nut meet ing set PINCIIKR CItKKK (Special) minor baseball ashOcKv lion will bold n general meet- ing Wednesday, May 3, at the town hall at 8 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is j The board to present the new constitution. Every mlere.sled person is urg- lo attend. NA'J.M, i Nov. (hat Ihe fl.C. Hivpilal liisuratK'o has agreed In shore llio ni" ciono not, iisvd by the I'crtiie Memorial Hobjtilal. the Fast Knotenay Tlcgional lluspital [list rid hns agreed (o (he balance. Aid. S. W. Wilson of Kimber- ley moved a resolution rescind- ing the board's previous motion share ol thn Total charged are i't.lfifi plus of v.hich share rentier nnelt mir mentioning the change in liar vesting wilh sickle and cradle. the horse-drawn machinery on ions of llic good old days, Ca lo (he present modern nielli- Sweeny, or Larry otls of f.irmiiiLV "X'-' Hard NATAL CHX.S) District of of Sparv.ood council has learn- ed that Premier W. A. C. Ben- nett and his cabinet, are to vis- it Sparwood for one-half an hour Sunday, June A delegation appeared before council representing the former Kinsmen Club of Natal-Michel and the Kinsmen Club of Fer- ine. They turned over the deeds to Hie health centre at Natal to the District of Spar wood, for sale lo the Regional District of East Kootenay under the urban renewal program. Proceeds from the sale are to used toward a new health ecruie for Sparuood or arc lo be held in trust until they can be used for n similar purpose. Kinsmen also asked thai a plaque be made for lliu Spar- Ilcallh Centre letter lo all businessmen in Sparwuod requesting that all litter bo cleaned up by the property-owner. I Council authorized Ihe dis- trict foreman to wash down the streets in Centennial Square. In his report on Ihe results of air sampling ill Ihc district, Dr. J. M. II. Hopper of the Kootenay Health Unit snid he was pleased with the stan- dards being maintained by Kai- ser Resources Limited. Don" Lowe of Sparwood was appointed chairman of the board of variance, replacing Anthony DcLuca who had to step down when be was elected alderman. he shared by IJCII1S. also agreed to Ihe S-HJxm ens' of replac- ing a roof al tin.1 Wimlermern Uislrifl llnspilfil. il BCHIS will slinrp. fl will In- finnm-cd ns a minor improvement Tlie sum "f ap- jinnee] for liie Kimbeiley bus- pita] for installation of more parking area, a sprinkling sys- tem and more Patient w n r rl .s, and supply areas will bi> im- proved at the Michel-Natal hos- pital, as well as equipment for oxygen supply and supply of oilier pases. Just over vill be spent at the1 present hospital. Cranbrrxik hospital equip- ment purchase of was approved. .More dislricl on papca 6, 10 years for sidewalks. Theso are proposed terms to be veri- fied hy town management. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCUIATION JOB PRINTING 'rrnon Dceoux, Resident Rop., BlrMrmore Phone 562-2149 INCOME TAX Ara incomo lax problemi about 1o blow your mind? Bring your relurn lo H R BLOCK. We'll prepare, check and guarunleo Iho accuracy of your relurn. So jel your sights en 1ha noareU H R BLOCK of- (ice. ll's a good place to. your confiacnco. COMPLETE RETURNS GUAIAMIIC r-iiapanrir We guarantee acciiralo prcparalion of every Lav return. nl II we make any errors that cost you any penalty or in- terest, we win pay only that penalty or interest.__________ co. lergeil Tai Service Wilh Over EOQO Olficei In Horth Amertci Last opportunity for basic herd opplkatian May lit 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Siilurdny Phoiic 327-3717 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY _ Winlcr over Ml area BLAIRMORE (CNP Burcnul that has some KRIIV blancc of spring has arrived in Ihc C'vowsiieRt Pass. have risen In the mid-Ill in.irk. IJInc.s are lo show Jolin Vanota re- porls having seen a number of swallows around his home. Many oldtimers in the claim ttie past winter was Ihc worst lliey have ever experi- enced. Very few Chinooks were enjoyed. Loiif! stretches of be- low weather were chilled hy slroiiR easl winds Heavy falls of SHOVT u-cre experienced. work, without benefits as an cight-hou bronchi about (ir (hrm the previous 100 years, lie said. In replying. TON rem- inisced about Ihc track laid for evening spent at Dinlv Moore'b, j uoud Health Centre showing iiith his compati-! lllil1 of llie new ccLilrc rfi- snHect from the sale of the Na- facility Permission was pivcn for dis- trict foreman, Avplinn Ciino- iini, to commence site work for the tunv pub He works garage in i Jiggs labors al his office day, j secretaries amid respect and formalily, yet all the time long ing for a chance to lake off his coat, and his shoos loo, and he himself, lie is all human being, especially when you consider cspe. the Mrsl locoinnlive to come MaRpic. west of Fort Maclcud Maggip is ugly us sin, Mr. Cox's parents were pi- lliough she has a pond oneers nf this area. Mis father, A. K, Cox, came from Winni- and beautiful legs. She insists on teen-age clothes. pep in a small Fled Kiver cart dresses and lip-lillccl lials. What nnd met a survey crow in llic Cypress Hills. From one. A. II. Lynch Slaunlon, hr> heard nf a teaching post at Foii Maelcod, only Iri find it filled flc journeyed mi to rinehcr Creek and became Ihe fir.sl school Irarher here lie uns this ai en. with her parents covered wagon from Ontario. An eler trie eloc'k was pi von to Mr. Cox hy his sister Mrs. Florenre Roberts of AJarys- v-ille, on hehalf of his sisters and one lirolher. master of eercmo tiies, cnlled on Douplas lirims, (he oUle.sl proiulc'liild. (n speak. a woman! File for divorce! Published in 12 languages, Europeans, Asiatics and South Americans alike responded to [tie appeal of Ihe simple little man. In.sl in llic cMiplincss of wealth, Sparwood. It is to he located adjacent to the pollution centre on Pine Avenue. Council also decided to send Widen avenue TAI1ER (IINSi Tabcr's main hn.siness slrcc-l, -lHlh Ave., is lo be widened by two feel lo give more driving and parking space by reducing the widlh of the smith sidewalk from 10 feel lo cighl feet. Tf-.r IOMH will ide (lie cou- i rrptc bases for liphl poles McManus died in lli'i-l, .liggs j ;md Calgjiry Power Ltd. ilsn land for lives on. in the Lclhbridye Her-I move Hie slcel slanilards al nn Mr ('ox's inolher j aid's library of c-nmie maslcrs. i cnst of by PHOTO {-INISH1NG PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING FOCUS POINTS ''PARKING IS EASY" WHERE? Why at Terry Blond Photography, nalurallyl NEED ANOTHER GOOD REASON? Replacement film or off on al! your lilatk and while or color prinl processing Easy Parking, Photo Finishing Service, OpenThurs. til! 'Tciv-i JlLnJ 122-) 3rd Avo. S., 337-2673, 327-2565 PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING These Arc Tlic Letlrbridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATH MRS. 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