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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurdoy, Auggil 76, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HtaAlO TO TEACH IN NORTH Mrs. John (Lucy) Bedingfield, Fort Mocleod arlist and photographer, leaves Fort Mac- leod today lo loach in northern Albcrla. She is qualified to teoch photography, graphic arls, graphic communica- tions (industrial arls She won her degree from the University of Alberla. She become a member of (he Alberla Society of Artists at 19 and was a charter mem- ber of Ihs Fort Macleod Sketch Club. Town and Country Inn construction goes ahead POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKARD CilANBROOK (Special) Coitttniclion hy Watson-Ilane- mayor Ltd. on Hie Town and Country In" lor Kimbrook Holdings Ltd. lias resumed with approval of city building In- spector John Davis. PcrmJt for Hie million motor inn-convention centre wns issued in 1571 and cnn- well storied then sus- pended explanation in DC cernlwr, The inn will offer 01 units nrounil a closed court, v.'illi liirRc scole mcr-drift, banquet and social amenities, located in the 500 block 011 the- east .side of Cranbrook Street, Strip. Crest brook closes Parson plant CRANDROOK (Special) Cre-slbrook Forn-1 Jndnslres Ltd. production pattern is be- ing altered with announced FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING CONTACT TltcLcthbridgc Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 closure of its most northerly wood plant at Parson. The Ztvvcar-old plant has no facilities for smalhvood milling or chipping. Its 65 yard employers have been given a choice of retrain- ing lor Parson's new role as log depot, log-sorting, and re- loading for distribution to Its Ivvo major wood plants at Canal Flat ami Cranbrook; or trans ferring to work at the Canal flat plant. Canal Fiat and Cranbrook sawniilt-plarier-chippcr plants completed last year arc fully producing now. The company's only tree farm licence is In Spillmachene watershed which stretches northwestward from Parson, while it.s plants and public fore-st quotas slretcr from Crcston to Fort Macleod and their 240 miles lenglh is centred hy its Skookumchuk pLilpmlll. i nave just read Kva lirewsler's column on writmg letters. Mrs. Urewslor [jot way behind in her correspon- dence. She solved the problem by makin" dozens of carbon copies. She apparently answered thousands of letters in a following this system. My problem is somewhat different. 1 can write I write millions of Ihern. Bui I can't talk lo people, faee lo face. This is whal happens to writers sometimes. Many good newspapermen can't think unless they have a typewriter before them. They'll type a note to a guy silling across the room, rather than walk over and talk man to man. My beautiful wife says I never talk to her. At the dinner table I'm thinking about Pol-Luck or the funeral column. "Who Christine asks. Ilildegard wrote me a note at lunch the other day. "Do you like the cabbage It made me stop and talk. How do people gel this way? Perhaps it's hered- itary. My (lad doesn't talk much. Days and weeks of my childhood were spent on various farms and ranches in soulhern Alberta. The only way 1 could communicate with my parents was by letter. One time they sent me a blue overcoat. There was a "shin plaster" in each pocket. Al leasl I Ihink Ihey were called "shin plasters" they looked like, dollar hills but they were only worth 50 cents. That's how I communicated with my parents, with "shin plasters." Today it's even worse. .My kids tell me "giddi- yap" and "Wo" while riding me like a horse around the neighborhood. Tlie rest of the time Ihey watch Canon or Colom- bo or lidge of Niphl and never say a word. I'll give you an example. We drove hundreds of miles to visit the grandparents. They didri'l say a word. Dad is so used lo writing us letters, he couldn't get his audio going. The visual was great, mom and dad never looked better, but. they couldn't talk. Finally, dad went into the bedroom and wrote us a letter. I took it oul on the balcony of their lillle apart- ment and read it. "It's sure great to see you again aflcr all Ihese dad wrote. "Cec, it's great to see you both 1 scratch- ed out with a pen. Nicolinc took my note into the bedroom, (lien let her grandmother read il. 'Ilien we all went, for a walk on the beach. I guess the only thing to do is get a tape recorder. Mere's a way io tell people how you really feel. And if Ihey don't like whal you say, Ihey can speed it up and you'll sound like Donald Duck. And a special good night lo Tom Mix, you strong silent man, and Tony, the wonder horse. MISSES CURVE This semi-trailer truck dumped c lo negotiate o sharp curve on Highway 3 a I the west Ronald W. Konynenvelt of Nobleford was not injured. difeja-" load of lumber after failing entrance cf Bellevue. Driver Decoux Photo jCoaldale Cuf is lorn COAIJMLK 'IINS) Tho Coal'Jalc been rlcniol- l-lrd It was ei c'.-lt'l in I9M, ac- rn tlir.g lo rjldUmt'rs licrc. It is being demolished by Square Deal Construction Mil. of Coal- dole. This firm plans to con- struct a business oflk'c building on the Tile, cafe and op- tiatrd by Chinese people arrj it served tlie commumly in numerous wyys over the- vcar.s. only crjul'l one liavc a fryxl meal, it also had rooms. As one oldtimcr said: I couldn't Ret home one night because cf v.cathcr, nri'i no vehicle, for only 5'i ccnls I cut a and slept the night." Mrs. May Wor.g wts the final of the cafe. It closed down several years ago. She lived in Ihc premises until this spring when it was sold lo Square Deal Construction. Mr.s. Wong no'.v resides at Calgary with one of her children. Splash test winners PLACCS There community '.viinminjj pools in Manitoba in STIRLING (HNS) A swim meet was hcltl here recently will] participants from SUHingl Warner, and Ray- mond. Those ypuuigstcrs from here who won in events are as fol- lows avid Webster 3rd In style: Shelley Ox ley 3rd in free ilylc, bulimy, back- H 2nd arrf ward il Webster rcKc, ?nd RhirvJa Hie ken Debbie Kupea 3rd In Doug Pe-ngllly !nd in batkslroXfl and bulterUy. Lanl BirscW lit bullerfly, Karen Patti Is! In'bulterfly, Return home ROBERT CLIFFORD SMITH ESTATE AUCTION SALE SALE WILL BE HELD ON PROPERTY TWO BLOCKS NORTH OF BARONS CO-OP BARONS, ALBERTA WEDNESDAY, AUG. 30 5 p.m. TERMS CASH DAY OF SALE Having received Imlnutioni from Ihe Public we will offer Iho following by Pubfic Auction: AUTOS 1 --1 95? Me In or s 1-1VS3 Farrjo h HOUSEHOLD t 2 burnrr macninr; tohln a fair. goorJ; 1 d rnoim; 3-? bi'rnrr hct pfolr'-; 7 lorq 1-rotlflwfiy C in liVo OCW fOi.dilOr.; 1 v.-ntr-r hrotri; 1 Cnlrrnnn oil hrnlcr, 51 000 R.r.U.; 17" TV; rcrordor; wauli 1ubi 1 Korlak insforna'ic cam 1 --Kodak 35mm comoro; 1 projoclor and 1-wolVif lolkio 1C1; I -Corrmnn qo ilovo; t-G.E. orl burner, sholqun fypc; l--ilecpinp bng. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND TOOLS -B ond 0 2- V ond sf orllcles; pipe v blow lofchj 3 inch lai> and die icli; drivers; wrcndiev sciws; numarouj other pipp cullers gear pullcrij 3" bench viiRj hydra vi lie jnck; nlccUic loldering iro niowor- quanMy cf cin vrts, Model 53 odi nnd equipment conduit onrf piper forfje quanlily of nnw ond usfd clcclricol wiring in various kngfhi ond weirjhtj; 1 -Wcilinghouie 'i horio uiofor, Irke new; a'janlily of TV nnd radio tubes; 1 volt melor; condenser l--1ubo ICilorr 1-cireuil tosl- ff, 1 gejgcr counter i ormnfurc leilcrj 1 V.H.F. rctcivcr wirh heodphones. MISCELLANEOUS 3-ilpp 7--rxlr 1 wheel borrow) 1 lo 1-3'xlO' torp; ilio guago iholguni 3 fishing COLLECTOR'S ITEMS 1_ snivel typr> choir j coal heotsr. Mony other nrticbi roo numorouj to mention. SALE CONDUCTED BY EGLAND AUCTIONS CARMANGAY, ALBERTA AUCTIONEER CIERK ALLAN EGLAND BOB SHEARER liconco 010101 PHONE 757-2221 CARMANGAY, AlBEBTA Phono 757-3668 BARONS, ALBERTA Athabasca 4-II members visit Lundbrcck, Cowley IRON SPRINGS S. Holccka and her daughter, Mrs. J. Buchanan of 1-clh- bridge have returned home after visiting with relatives in r'.urcpe for the past six weeks, i .yrvn Lev J-dy SciKkjran Snd in rd in frceilyic; Deanno Steed 1 n tatks treks; Rsrvdy 3rd i uMtrfly; Brad Steed 2nd In ba crawl; Kenny Levenr.e 3rd ba Stirling Swim nd in the medley Club came In 9-10 h-jyi am Pillm Steed. cond Ward HicJten, Devid Oxlcy and Bratf rjirK first were Dcanne Steed. Wbesler, Oxley, Rhonda 11-1? illy, Davi rad Perrel 11-1! second 'were Do'jq Bell, Ward iris. seconl. LanI Perry Lev. and Spaceman. mi girh, fjisl. W. 0, Patll Perry Lynri LanI Hlrsthi. Brad Steed, Ca Oyley. 9-10 girls, firsU Shelley en Webster, Rhonda Hicfcen and De Kupetz. 11-13 toys, Steed. Dou Pengilly, Ward Hkfcen, Brad Perj-el 11-12 girls, first, LanI Hfrjche, We dy Spaceman, Terry anrf Perr Lynn tevermfi. rry -Lyn Leven FOSTER PARENTS FOR 1LOOD RESERVE GROUP HOME, STANDOFF, ALTA. Open to all interested couples. Group Home accommodates 4 teenagers. Aged 1 2 to 1 8 years. For application forms contact: ARNOLD FOX BLOOD TRIBE SOCIAL SERVICES STANDOFF, ALBERTA or PHONE 737-3911 ClOSING DATE OF COMPETITION SEPT. TOYOTA TRAVELS SALE FOR BIG SAVERS YEAR-END SAVINGS ON COWLKY (UN'S) Newest of 4-11 groups is the Tirnhcr Trails Group centred around Lundhrcck and Cowley. They received a linppy contin- gent of 20 youngsters from Atha- basca. There were 22 girls and four boys a chaperonc, a school bus driver and his wife. Last year one Tiniher Trails Glen nouglns, son of Mr. anil Mrs. .Stewart Douglas of Cowley, had a wonderful visit to the Athabasca area ami really enjoyed Hie hospitality of (lie 4-1! group Ilicre. It so happened Hint Mrs. Pim-lirr luick.s Southern Uid PINCIlKIt C.nKF.K (Sprdnll The (own of Pinclicr Creel; IITIS thrown ii.s support hrhiiid Iho. Southern Alberta region hid for tiie Canadian Winter in It is fell this area possesses great resources to offer the garne.s. Tlie federal government has named Alh-rta as ilic Iw.l province linl silo lias yrl to he chosen. T.cthbrutgc and II repion has made Douglas is the leader of the Timber Trails Club so she made inquiries that to the visit of the Athabasca girls and j this year. The visitors were all billeted out with seven local families having a guest, the balance were. billeted among the Pin- eher Creek clubs. Host fami- lies included Stewart Douglas, Hubert de Linte, Ernest Lank, Edward Murphy, .lames Brock- well, Ornm Dwyer and Hob Buries. Mrs. Lank also had Mrs. K. Smith as guest. The entire group of Athabasca Kuc.sls met with a large num- lier of local and Pincher Creek young fnlk in the -I-II program for a get-acquainted pot-luck sutler nl Ilie Castle river campground. Hosting families met their guests and took them home lor the week. A number o( joint activities were planned, includ- ing a trail ride. The heavy pressure nf farm work more or lovs this out hut a few tlid ride imtl had a wonderful Iimc. Local families lenk their gur.sts to the I-'rank Slide and showed Ilirm around, Hosts and guc.sts gathered at 1'inclior Creek at Iho r.nmiy T'ar for Or final gct-logoliicr. Tliru Ihc AthaUasca group T y fV those people for your District Nuwi or Classified Advertising SAVE BIG NOW AT With rculio; stereo, rear speak- ers, divider door, BTU ducted heater nnd tow hitch. TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE 3516 24th Ave. S. lETHBRtDGE Ph. 327-3165 Stereo, fPor nir rondifioner, 110 volt powPr for power plant, divider rfrope, 2 divider doors, monomatic lollct, TV ontcnna, tow Sltch, engine bunk combination ond 2 block heerlffrs. Don't Miss The Big Savings On These Units Now! ;