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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Home Economists Elect Mrs. Sudol Home Economics Council was .held BLAIRMORE A successful meeting Mrs. L. Bailey. NATAL, B.C. (HNS) -At a general meeting of the Michel Medical Association and Co-In- surance Fund held recently at the Union Hall in Natal, it was unanimously decided to return the medical committee to office. It comprises Tony Podrasky, president; Bernard Keeling secretary treasurer, and com- mittee members Alex Walker, Paul J. Chala and Joe Katri- chak. Its task is operaling the medi- cal association. In order to continue the pay- ment of hospital co-insurance charges to the paying mem- bers, it was stressed mem- bership dues must be collected promptly. Members are urged to mail or hand the membership dues o per annum, based on a S cents per month rating, before May 31, to the secretary or committee members. :0nly those paying members as of May 31, 1970, will be el igible lot payment of hospital co-insurance charges. Although the fund dwindled which.has been the case din- ing the past five years, due t operating expenses and smal er membership, the meetin ecided to continue with the lembership dues of per an- um for another year. The report was given by secretary treasurer Sernard Keeling. It again show- ed a deficit well above that re- ported last year. In an effort to try and cope with the heavy expense in pay- ing the hospital co-insurance or the members, the meeting decided that in future and on a rial basis for a year, the hos- >jtal co-insurance would be united lo the amount of per year per family of the paying nember. Previously the fund laid the entire co-insuraice charges to which the paying members were entitled. It as also decided to drop the dependent rating from the 21 years to 19 years of age. Dependents who are employ- ed and working must become members and pay their yearly dues. It was decided Ihree commit- tee members, Alex Walker, Joe Katrichak and Paul J. .Chala will lake over the duties of vice- president, with each member taking over rour months of the year respectively, should he be absent. Membership last year was re- ported ar250. _______ ESSAY CONTEST W1NNBB Royal Canadian Legion officials gather la commend top writers Ross Hainsworrh and Brucs Nicoll, both of Foremost. Bock row, left to right, are: Owens, Hugh Sturtevant, Hsnny Haugen, Ron Hyland and Harry Cal- houn. Front row, from left: Bruce Nicoll, Ross Hainsworth and Rulon Hirsche. To gg Photo April M, 1970 THE LHHUIOGE HEULD 3 Mixed Chorus Sings Sunday PINCHER CREEK (HNS) This Sunday evening the Uni- versity of Alberta Mixed Chorus will provide a concert for the people ofthePincher sponsored by Creek district. The concert, the Matthew Halton Students- Union, uill be held at the Mat- thew Hallon High School at p.m. Admission will be and stu- dents with their parents will be admitted (or SO cents. The chorus is 25 years old with 1970 marking its 23rd year of touring the province. The present 19-day tour of: southern Alberta is made sible by a grant from the pro- vincial cultural development branch. The 51 students represent tl faculties of the university and participate in the chorus M an extra-curricular activity'. Dr. David Stocker oC the mu- sic'department of the univer- sity is the director. The songs will include w riety of sacred, secular md folk music. GWL Elects Mrs. Hrdlicka Must Be Creative In Mechanized Society' By GEOFF TAGG Special Correspondent FOREMOST -For the sec- ond successive year Foremost student Ross Hainsworlh has won outstanding distinction in the Royal Canadian Legion Es- say Contest. Last year at Junior level Ross won local, zone; district and provincial honors in the competition. This year compet- ing at the senior level be again showed outstanding writing ability with his essay entitled A Soldier's Return. A distinguished platform was on band to present Ross with certificates, medals an cheques lo the value of be- fore the assembled school re- cently. Old Cream Can Fine For Flowers MAGRATH (HNS) Ma- gralh First Ward LDS Church Relief Society fponsored a re- cent antiquing demonstration at Magrath Assembly Hall. Dale Hadfield of Calgary showed a large crowd how old furniture can be made attrac- tive with the 'latest decorative is making some- finishes. Antiquing thing oM look older and more valuable. The new finishing technique allows varied effects from dark grain achieved with steel wool to fine shading with cheesecloth. If the decorator is Local winners were Ross and Sruce Nicoll. Their awards were presented by branch president Hugh Sturtevant. A similar award was presented by jresident of the Ladies Aux- LTary Henny Haugen. Ross Hainsworth woo at zone level too. Zone commander Ron Hyland of Bow Island was on hand lo make the presentation. District Commander Rusty Owens of Vulcan presented Ross a cheque and certificate recognizing him as winner at district level. He commented on the exceptionally high standard of the essay in the opinion of the judges. PRESENTS AWARDS The guest list was completed by third vice-president at pro- level, Rulon Hirsche a 'ort Macleod. Hepresented awards lo Rrs for being a pro- vincial finalist. In thanking Ihe Royal Cana dian Legion for the honor, Ross said ha fell this was a measur of creativity. He was pleasei that his creativity was betof rewarded for in a mecbanizec society it is all man has left of his individuality and it is there- fore his most important asset. The presentation was chained by former president of the Foremost branch Harry Cal- houn. The competition is dominion vide, and the results of Ross1 efforts at Dominion level sre awaited. NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The latholh Women's League of St lichael's parish held its an- nual installation of officers in St. Michael's Hall in Natal re- cently. The banquet, preceding the installation ceremony, was a Ht-luck supper enjoyed by invited husbands and jooorary members and the Sis- of the Atonement of St. Michael's Parish. Rev. Leslie Trainor said grace and also in a short ad- dress stressed the important work the members of the CWL are performing. Newly-elected president Mrs. klame Hrdlicka presided and also spoke briefly. Speaking on behalf of the lusbands, Andy Latka had the bonor of thanking the women while grand knight Bruno Bev- ilacqua of Natal council to the Knights of Columbus also ad- dressed'the gathering.' Prior to sitting down to the banquet three chartered .mem- bers, Mrs. Teresa Doratty, Mrs. Margaret Siep of Natal and Mrs. Mary Oley of Spokane, Wash., were presented with cor- sages. Natal Catholic Women's League was instituted to' with the honored guests being members since that time, t pe- riod of 32 years. The following officers, weri installed by Fallier Trainor, i sisled Molly by past-president Latka: president, Mame Hrdlicka; first Tiee- president, Mrs. Mary Chtli; second vice president, Carol Letasy; third vice-preil- dent, Mrs. Margaret Bevilae- qua; treasurer, Mrs. Gerald ine Oliver and secretary, Mrs. Mar- garet Siep. 12 Industries Operating 'IVo Other Success Can Compensate For Failure In The CARDSTON (HNS) Marion G. Romney of Salt Lake City, member of the council of 12 of the LDS Church, spoke at the Alberta Stake Conference. Mr. Romney, former lawyer and public official, has served in his present position for 14 years. He challenged the people to strengthen their homes. He quo'ed from the philosophy of the lale presidenl David 0. Mc- Kay: "No other success can compensate for failure in the not satisfied the oil paint can wiped off for a new start. Decorative items were also displayed. Bottles can be fin- ished to accent a room. Picture frames-are enhanced with an application. Even an old cream can becomes an attractive vase for flowers or foliage. Corner cupboards add new interest when antiqued. The wide range of colors makes CRANBROOK ready authorized under devel- opment and partly serviced when the federal-provincial in- centive act began to apply in the Kootenays, Cranbrook In- dustrial Park is the site for1 sev- 'eral million dollars' worth of new building, housing small in- dustry. Bruce McDonald is perma- nent director at city hall for the Cranbrcok Industrial De- stration. than TO Girl Guides, Brownies, Rangers and leaders met at the Buddhist Church here recently. Tbejprls and their came from an area bounded by it'possible to refinislrany piece (xnmssim and to match a color scheme. manager'for the'460-zcrt zoned, city bounded, property north. First buyer .was Crestbrook Forest Industries Ltd. it toot 80 acres at the airport north end for cash and assumed respon- sibility for its own servicing. Its million integrated dose utilization wood plant is for production in Guides, Brownies Hold Parley RAYMOND (HNS) -More gary h the north and Ccutts In the south Within exactly one year of initial sale 1Z industries are now operating or near opera- tion stage in a double row cen- tred by Industrial Road-1, .a former runway. Interior Pre-Fab Ltd., using former hangar and airport offi- ces, was the first in business last April, and is now construct- ing ne-.v premises. Others now include Inland Kenworth, Boundary Industries Ltd., Mohawk Moving and Stor- age, Long Valley Steel, Noca Dairy, Kootenay Truck and Saw Service, Hayes Truck ard Equipment, Goodman Diesel, Kco'.enay Truck and Saw .Ser- ice and Imperial OU. Mr... McDonald., reports al- ready three inquiries toward purchase In Phase 2 area. Price Ii2s now been established at CCO on acre, completely ser- viced. All proceeds go into continu- ing with an addi- tional 300 acres under city op- tion northwest of CFI acreage in hill coniferous bushland if. it appears needed in the foresee- able future, President Roy R. Spackman conducted the conference. Other speakers were Deloy Leavilt of the slake presidency and Ray B. Kvanson of Taber, regional representative of the council of 12. Leadership. meetings were held. A special meeting' was held for the youth. Speakers were Grant Matkin of the stake presidency, Mr. Romney, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nel- son, Debbie Leavilt and Mark Smith. Young men ordained to the of- fice of elder were Nolan Steed, Paul Tolley, Ronald Smith, Don- ald Smith, Marvin Paxraan, Ch've Ian Wright, Monte Lamar Gibb, Donald James Martin and Carl Lee Romeril. Music was presented by the Singing Mothers with Mrs. Eda Wood conducting. Jtiss Shelley Hurt played the violin obligate. Accompanists were Mrs. Georgina Olsen and Mrs. Lois Sugden. A record attendance was set at this conference when people or 49.7 per cent of tin stake membership attended. the subject of camping for the City sale of acreages north of Each part of camp life came pletion of Phase 1 of water ser- awaiting a summer holiday 16- streets from proceeds. gether at Camp Okeekun. and now frwn Herb's Western Wear Setting the South Country's image with selection and quality western clothing Herb Shector suggests ORIGINAL LEVI'S 14 oi, BLUE DENIMS Shrink To Fit Levi's with button fly. Bell Bottom Uvi't wild ilpptr fly. Pre-Shrunk Levi'i Slim fit vraiit, 20" ftart bottom. STA-PREST LEVI'S Boot Jeans Colon trewn, Orwn, too- art with Itg. Corduroy Flam In Carmtl Oliw wMi tlim fll wotrt. RtmtmlMr If WESTERN er RUGCEO and if H't NEW youTl find It FIRST crt- 50th Wedding Anniversary Marked By Granum Couple GRANUM (HNS) family banquet honoring Mr. and Mrs. Evert Stnnema on their 60th wedding anniversary was held here recently. A three-tiered wedding cake was made and decorated by their children. A social hour, with games and singing, followed the ban- quet. Evert Sinnema and Miss Det- je Omta were married in Hol- land April and came to this country and the Granum district in April, 1925. Until recently, Mr. and Mrs. Sinnema lived on their farm south of Granum but ar; now retired and live in town. They have four children: two sons. Case, Granum and Bill of Edmonton; two daughters, Mrs. K. (Annie) Poelman, Granum, and Mrs. B. (Jerare) Bajema of Lacombe; and 16 grandchil- dren. Coming from out-of-town to attend the celebrations were Mr. and Mrs. B. Bajema and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wynia, Lacombe; Mr. and Mrs. Sill Sinnema and family, Edmonton; Miss E. Sinnema, Red Deer and Mr. Donald Sin- ncma, Toronto. Qareskplm Walkathon Set To Raise Complex Funds CLARESHOLM (HNS) A walkathon lo raise funds for Ihe proposed Claresholm Commun- ity Recreation Complex will be held May 9 from Nanton to Claresholm. One of the organizers is Dr. Lee Andersen. Some children have collected more than 30 sponsors already, The .Claresholm .Rotary Club is sponsoring Bill Rltzen for per mite on the 25-mite walk. It will start a.m. Everyone is co-operaling wonderfully said Dr. Andersen. The Claresholm Lions Club Is offering free refreshments at a stand lo be set up at the mu- seum parking lot. Watson Industries, a big spon- sor last year, is again planning full participation. "We could have 400 walkers this" year. Fourteen check points will be manned by voiim- leers and all proceeds will go to the building fund with no ex- penses for (aid Dr. Andersen. The chamber of commerce Is sponsoring a contest to find a symbol for the town with a prize. Bridal Sluwer Held For Miss Janet MacDonald GRANUM (HNS) The com- munity shower for Miss Janet MacDonald was held recently In. the- Christian Reformed Church basement. It was decorated with orange, white and green streamers and vases of spring flowers. Assisting Hiu MacDonald in her gifts were Mrs. Linda Brown of Lelh.bridge and Mrs. Helen McNeil of Cal- gary. The committee gift was comforter and a blanket. Following a program of com- munity singing, lunch was serv- ed. You've come a long way since last "Matter's Tims was when you'd get a some brove souls even tried to do their own coif. Remem- ber the problems gukky, sticky lotions, water running down your neck; stuck under a dryer for hours. Well Baby, that's before "Brigitfe" made the scene. And wowl Tata a look ot you now. In a nofural locking, Hoy- put, self-styling wig, So natur- al, even your hairdresser won't know which part you and which U Tack up and go on holidays without the worry of hair appointments, "Brig- ille" is washable and per- manently curled. (A) the "Bonaparte" a hand finished 100% 'Dynel1 fibre wig. (B) The "Caresse" a stretch wig of 'Dynel' fibre. A. "Bonaparte" EACH B. S35 Wooke Prkt 29.95. irtCIAL EACH 23.98 Ovf UM of Wig Acctworta at fto Weelce Wig UM Yovr Wooko Credit Todayl i Daily t a.m. t p.m.; Wxhmdoy f a.m. 1 Thvrxlay Friday V o.m. fo f p.m. ;