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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 IETHBR1DGE HERAID Monday, Augiul 23, 1971---------------------------- Poulsen retiring after 46 years MAKCi.-MlET LL'C'KIlL'IiST I shortage at this time, similar lo 1317 when I first went into the Mr. Poulsen retail Ml. "Staff members in the firm were called upon to double np on jobs; I often drove the trr'ik to make the deliveries." In 1915 Mr. PoiiLsoii return- lo Lethbridge as domestic sales manager for Ihe company a post he held until his retnc Both Mr. and Mrs. Poulsen are devoted members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ler day Sr.inls, and give much Staff Writer Barlon C Poulsen, uho re- tired recently after 46 years with Ellison Milling Co., said in an interview that years of age was a "bit late lo re- tire. "I enj'jyed my work as sales he said, "and every year I promised myself I'd re- sign soon, but it took me a while to actually do it." A native of Jfagrslh. Mr. Ppulsen first began work in a local bank. "It was during thcj lime to its programs. First World War, u-lien labor j Resides an interest in gar- was he recalled. i dcning, golf and photography, was in my senior year at school i jjr, Poulsen keeps himself when the bank manager asked m hjs retirement by riding if I'd help out in the hank." j miles on his hike every morn- think I made something jng. like about S-MO a year, but that "j mcd lo ivslk lo and from was considered pretty good pay: work every day." he said, so for a young fellow. lo replace this exercise I've ta- "I moved up fairly rapidJy, because of (he manpower shor- tage, but the policy of the bank was to keep their staff on the move and about eighl ken up cycling. I gel vp eveij at 6 and out I fore the traffic gets heavy." Does he find it hard to fill up I think I was in: his days? towns in Ihe prov-1 he said "Perhaps if I'd ince in as many years. retired earlier have done "I wanted lo get married and j more travelling, and while we my future wife wasn't keen on i smi intend to do some it won't the idea of moving around ail be as extensive. But we visit the time so when opportunity of going sons I accepted." After a number of years in the company's sales depart- ment, Mr. Poulsen was trans- ferred lo Nelson. B.C. lo lie had (lie into Elli- feed mill there. our daughter who is married to a doctor in Cardslon and is raising a big family. I keep] busy with my hobbies and my church, and I'm pretty fil. I enjoyed my work with Elli- sons and am guile happy to fill up my days with just pviler- He remained in Nelson until ing around. Lethbridge is a shortly after the Second World good place to retire in and we War. was a manpower I have no irish to po Monday closing asked in briefs A brief submitted lo city council to have shopping hours for retail stores regulated be- tween Tuesday and Saturday will1 Mondays closed has been supported by up lo cent of all local merchants. The submission asks for a bylaw which would allow shop- ping from 9 a.m. (o 6 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Sat- urday, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday and an additional 10 days shopping from 9 a.m. to 9 p m. prior to j Christmas. The submission will be pne- senled at a public hearing, Wednesday, Aug. 25 at a p.m. in Gym (hie, Civic Sports Cen- tre by Bill Baker, president of the Downtown Businessmen's Association and Conrad Plettell, president of the Norlji Leth- bridge Businessmen's Associa- tion. Wilh briefs sent to city coun- cil by Wooleo and Zellers, went a list of shoppers who signed a petition supporting extended shopping hours. The names filled 13 pages after one day of I circulation. Hedge question back to council Barton Poulsen 46 years' service PRE SCHOOL For The HANDICAPPED (Project1 of Ihe lefhbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded) For Children 3 to 6 years of age. lo be held at IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH 10 A.M. TO 2 P.M. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Commencing Wednesday, Aug. 25th, 1971 For Further information phone 327-2911 South Indian students return from European holiday trip An exciting, 23-day tour of central and southern Europe is now history for X Blood and I four Peigan Indian high-school i tudents who returned lo' oulhern Alberta from London' la chartered jet Thursday. i The students, mostly from the SI. Mary's Residential' School on the Blood reserve, i left Calgary by air July 21 on what was a first for Canadian i Indian students. students were a sensa- Pope Paul in his summer resi-' smuggler as one of the young dence. I girls lost her passport in Aus- It was an ecumenical group He was able to get her into which met the Pope, according allt( rrance bv somo to Mr. Norojcrg. wilh Cain- ficigM.0f-liand with an" extra passport of his own but didn't try lo smuggle her inlo En- gland as he went to the Cana- dian embassy in Paris for new olics. two Lutherans, two Mor- mons and several Anglicans among the '15-mcmbci- g r o u p which included chaperoncs and a Kainai News reporter. One of the light highlights of the audience was when a St, Mary's Priest accompanying lion wherever they went in Eu- ll'c studcnls came lo meet the rape according to (he man who organized and conducted the Pope. He was irauing a bor- rowed shirt and jacket and cow- tour, Knud Norbjerg. And this j boots and didn't know what was no less true in Rome nc was supposed lo do. where Ihc students were grant- papers. To the organizer of a sim- ilar lour in (he future, Mr. Norbjerg would suggest visits to fewer places than his stu- dents did and spending more time in each. Tire tour travelled in buses from start to finish but in Ihe future he suggested they go by train and not charter in ad- vance but just get on when they wanted to go somewhere new. Lelhbridge citizens appear to i concerned about their parks, if submissions to city council are any indication. Council tonight will have be- fore it a petition with 33 names taking exception to a niotion by Deputy Mayor Hex Little to romov" the hedge on the south side of Henderson Golf Course. Another petition, this one J with 50 names, comes from some north side residents who want a public park in the new St. Paul's subdivision. Tonight will also be the night j for a public hearing on the pro- posed rezoning of one residen- tial lot for parking use by the new Holiday Inn, now under construction. The city planners have rec- ommended that the rezoning be allowed, although it is not, in their opinion, in the best in- terests of the city. City Manager Tom Nutting has also submitted a report on ambulance service in Leth- bridge. taking some load from that de- partment. Council will meet in a spe- cial session at 7 p.m. lo con- sider a draft of a new pro- cedural bylaw. The byjaw was submitted by Aldermen Jim Anderson and Vaughan Hem- brotf some months ago and has been extensively reworked by John Hammond, city solicitor. Drug charges laid Three persons, all residents of the United States, were to appear in court in Cardston to- day on charges of possession of marijuana. Two were arrested Saturday by the Cardslon detachment of the BCMP, the third was ar- TTie report is designed as an i rested Sunday. introduction to (lie problem of I The Walerlon Lakes detach- providing adequate ambulance menl arrested one person Sat- service. Mr. Nutting will re- i in-day and charged him with quest that discussions be start- cd with all parties involved for possession of LSD, A resident of Pincher Creek, providing some service outside I he is lo appear in court Tues- tlic fire department, thereby I day morning. ed a private audience with At one point (timed into ai Mr. .Vcrbjcrg international r with relative help You might say the Progres- sive Conservatives in Lelh- bridge West are running a Gray election campaign. Indeed, Grays are flooding in from all parts of Canada to help brother Dick, for the last week of the Aug. 30 election campaign, m his bid to lake Ihe Lethbridge West seat for (he Conservatives. Dick's brother Walter, who arrived in Lethbridge from To- j ronto about a week ago, says I it will be an occasion for a family get-together1' as well as an opportunity to help Dick- fight the election. A sisler, Mrs. Helen Thomp- son, arrived from Toronto Fri- day, and tivo sislers-in-lan-, Mrs. Edward Gray of Vancou- ver and Mrs. Donald Gray from Calgary are expected Tuesday. Dick's Ittin brother Bob is aJso expected lo be here from Calgary on the weekend. Waller says the relatives will be working in Dick's heart- quarters, telephoning and meeting people. new shades in liquid make up Emoko and "Bold" are Iho Inshionnblo new complexion shades lor an exciting cosmoilc trend. Horo are three Inlerprotallons from tho Mcrlo Norman Sheer Sorles: Dusky Toak, o smoky tan; Flaxen Buff, a medium golden lone; and Toasted Topsz, a deep golden shndn. quick-gliding Liquid Mako Up lor creating naturally boaullful look. MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COttEGE MAlt 328-1525 C.ijls I'crjmnn Search curtailed Organized search parties, working unsuccessfully for six days, haie been disbanded in Ihe search for 60-year old John Howralh who was reported missing Tuesday after he fail ed to report for work. Sergeant A. T. Dirk. Ihe Blairmorc HCMP official in charge of much of the search, said all signs in the search have been negative to this point with only one small party of local pcwple out this mor- ning. "Local people ivho know the. area like we know our back- yards are working on their days off running down hunch- j lie said. "They discuss siluation and then lake off to various areas in Ihe mounlains where they know of draws he could have fallen into." He thn search now is i concenlraled abmil tv.o miles from Ihe Window Mountain basin about 11 miles south of the Colcman disinct. i Sgt. Dirk said the area is j very difficult to move in and the missing man could be miss- ed by the searchers unless they happened very close lo 1 him. I "tin ARMY, NAVY and AIR FORCE VETERANS CLUB UTHBRIDGE UNIT NO. 34 GENERAL MEETING WED., SEPT. 1st IN THE QUBROOM5 8 p.m. All Members Urged To Attend Premier Harry Strom-Guest Speaker SOCIAL CREDIT RALLY LETHBRIDGE Civic Sports Centre Tuesday, Aug. 24 P.M. SHARP R. D. (Dick) GRUENWAID Lelhhridge West Constituency JOHN ANDERSON lelhbridge East Constituency EVERYBODY WELCOME-AIR CONDITIONED Inserted by Lethbridge West and Lethbridge East Social Credit Constituency Associations ;