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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Valentine dance trophy day set Speaks on FLQ MAGUATH (HNS) Ma- gralh Il'fli School students and interested citizens recently heard former HCMP member Patrick Walsh speak on the FLQ tcrfm-isls. He is research director of the Canadian League of Rights. Born in Quebec, he is consid- eifcd an authority on Commun- ism in Canada. Bob West opened the meeting with prayer "because we be- lieve unless our activities are guided by God we will not suc- ceed." Mr. Walsh said the story of the Front de Liberation du Que- bec began with a "Robin Hood" approach but soon lost the idea of giving to the poor and kept funds they stole to further ter- rorism in Quebec. "The difference between their manifesto and reality is the dif- ference between propaganda and truth." he stated. "They speak of the blights on our society but do not tell of bombings, kidnapping and miuvVrs they have done in Quebec. "The tactics of Communism vary. Their strategy to smash Christianity has never changed. It is the old struggle between good and evil. They are dedicated to evil we must be dedicated to good. They are trying to overthrow us before they cut each other down." Rash of mishaps FERNIE (Special) The worst driving conditions of the winter to date have contributed to a rash of minor accidents. Four children received cuts and bruises when a department ol highways truck was involved in a collision with a school bus. The bus was stopped at the time letting children off the truck coming from the opposite direction slid into the front of the bus. Neither driver was hurt, but damage to the two vehicles was estimated at 800. Police report driving condi- tions extremely hazardous at this time. Curling begins COALDALE (HNS) W. D. Geldert reported recently that Curling began in Uie Coaldale Curling Rink Wednesday, Dec. 2. Numerous last minute ar- rangements and mechanical adjustments were necessary before curling action com- menced very near the expect- ed date and according to last year. A caretaker and assistant have been hired. The southern regional recrea- tion hoard is operating the rink for the Coaldale Curling Club for the 1970-71 season. Anyone interested in curling is requested to contact the rec- reation office at 345-3746 be- tween 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Mon- days to Fridays. CWL meets COALDALE (HNS) The recent meeting of the Catholic Women's League of St. Amb- rose Roman Catholic Church was poorly, attended due to the extreme cold weather, said Mrs. J. B. R. Staddon, presi- dent. They made plans to send the annual contribution for Christ- mas food hampers to the or- ganization in charge of the dis- tribution. Tiw CWL will also make a donation to the Lethbridge Mental Health Society. It was reported the recent annual chicken supper was successful. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, Jan. 5. Parley set FERNffi (Special) District Conference of the LDS Church will be held Dec. 5 and 6 at Cranbrook. President of the Alaskan- British Columbia mission, Eld- er Bower of Vancouver will be in attendance. The district includes the area from Kingsgale to Fernie and from Golden to Cranbrook. Turkey shoots, bingos set MAGRATH (HNS) Ma- grath Hod and GUn Club is holding turkey shoots and bin- gos in December. Bingos started Dec. 1 and will be held Dec. 11, 1.1, 21 and 23 at 8 p.m. Twenty games are on each 10 cent card with turkeys and hams as prizes. The turkey shoot started Sat- urday and will continue to Dec. 23. Marriage seminars set PINCHER CREEK (Special) A weekend seminar offering E multi-faceted approach to en- richment of the marriage rela- tionship will be offered by the Pineher Creek Family Life Centre, whenever a dozen or more couples have registered. These weekend seminars are to be 'given on an on going ba- Mrs. Shirley Mattock elected i NOBLEFORD The Ladies Auxiliary to the Koyal Canadian Legion Branch 257 held its annual meeting re- cently. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4th Aye. S. Phone 327-1541 Elected president was Mrs. Shirley Mattock. Vice-president is Mrs. Evelyn Brady; secretary, Mrs. Clar- ence Erickson; treasurer, Mrs. Shirley Harrington. Tlie new sergeant at arms is Mrs. Nancy Smith. The immediate past-presi- dent is Mrs. Jean Thomson. RIPIEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-7624 sis, the only requirement be- ing a minimum registration of 10 to 12 couples. Topics to be dealt with cover: "What makes a good m a r r i a g professional counsellor; "Interpersonal Communicat ions" profes- sional counsellor; "Family Money Management" home economist; "Marriage and Sex- uality" Medical Doctor; "Religion, Culture and the Family" various clergymen. Couples are assured this weekend course is not a long session of sitting and listening. Provision is to be made for small group discussion to hear and share common concerns with the other participating couples. The time table will be: Fri- day evening p.m.; Sat- urday p.m.; Sunday p.m. The cost is per couple (subsidized if which includes coffee and Saturday lunch. Phone preventive social services for more information at 6274022. anfc feabe ffje bribing to nail Go home relaxed and on time with the Greyhound "Comfort Package" n More trips lo more places n Comfort-conditioned Scenicruisers and SUPERCRUISERS Q Restroom-equipped fj Armchair comfort Q Pillovvdown headrests d Smooth suspension" ride Q Downtown-to-downtown service n No reservations needed, LETHBRDGE TO: trips daily p Irips daily Hips daily Irip daily Irip daily plus 3 trips via Roaers slightly mars Fares subject to change without notice Send parcels by Greyhound Package Express for fast, low-tost service! for fast (ravel facts, charter service and package express information, call Greyhound Bus Terminal, 411 5th Street South, lei: 327-1551, or your local Greyhound agent or favorite travel agent. Way To Go! GO GREYHOUND ...and leave the driving to us. Okays request FERNIE, (Special) Fernie school district board received a telegram from Education Min- ister Donald Brothers approv- ing the board's requests for per- mission to hold a ref- erendum in December. The money is needed for additional classrooms at Fernie and Sparwood. This confirmed the board's decision to hold the vote in con- junction with civic elections Dec. 12. Board chairman Jack Pi- dgeon and Uris Naccarato have indicated they are running again for the two vacant seats. Rauhala elected BARONS (HNS) The Barons snowmobile club, known as The Kehs Sno' Barons, held its annual meet- ing recently in the Legion Hall. Officers elected: Brian Rau- hala, president; Ron McRae, vice-president and Joyce Kot- kas, secretary-treasurer. Upcoming events for the year include such activities as trail rides, snowmobile parties, mountain excursions, evening socials, safety and maintenance courses. Fishing tests COALDALE (HNS) The dale and District Fish and Game Association plans to sponsor two winter fishing der- bys this winter. Ed (Tex) Wiebe, fish com- mittee chairman, reported re- cently one will be held at Chin and the other at Tyrrell's Lake. The dates to be announcec when plans are made. Two permits COALDALE (HNS) The town planning commission is- sued two building permits for new homes valued at during November. Another on building a garages makes the total for the month The town office reports new house construction in 1970 to the end of November is valuet at Ward party MAGRATH (HNS) Ma grath First Ward held a sue cessful ward party in the Bee reation Hall for its 400 meni hers. A turkey banquet was servec by the primary officers an< teachers in the banquet room with Sunday School workers as- sisting. Valley opens FERNIE (Special) Snow Valley will be open for Skiing this weekend Dec. 5 and 6. After the weekend of Dec. 12 and 13 the hill will be open daily until Jan. 4. There is two feet of base aw it is snowing. Champ to attend FERNffi (Special) It is a! most definite that Nancy Greene Raine, former world sta champion, will be in Fernie next Easter when Snow Valley will host the Canadian Junioi Ski Championships. Vote Dee. 12 FERNIE day is set for Dec. 12 for civic posts. There are three vacant coun- cil seats, with six candidates in the running. COALDALE (HNS) At its ecent meeting the Coaldale and District Fish and Game As- ociatipn decided to stage the Annual Trophy Day and Valen- ine Dance on Saturday, Feb. 3 in the Coaldale Community Jan. The Trophy Day program will be held in the afternoon. Bird game chairman is Jur- gen Wohlschlager. Entries for iheasants must be in by Dec. For ducks and geese the en- CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Gerald Baker-Earl Colllnt Lynn Tennant Mike Tino-di- Henry try deadline is Jan. 7. Mike Andrejcsik is big game chairman. Information on en- tries in this division may be obtained from him. Ed (Tex) Wiebc as fish com-, mittce chairman reports the deadline for entries is Dec. 31, 1970. The Valentine dance will be- gin at p.m. on Feb. 13. Tickets are available from any member. A lunch will be served during the dance. Saturday, Dorombm S, 1970 THE lETHBRIDGt HERAlt) It Napi 'hot seat' program scheduled for December 9 PINCHER CREEK (Special) -The Napi Friendship Associa- tion promises an interesting evening when it presents its "Hot Seat Program, Red, White and Black." There will be a panel of three who will be Reggie Newkirk, Rose Yellow Feet and Ed Rob- inson of CJOC. Bill Matheson a to be the moderator. Tlie "hot scat" will be held Dec. 9 st 9 p.m. in the Mu- nicipal Building. !f you have any questions to csk on this subject be sure to attend. Everyone is welcome. Legion elects officers Dec. 6 BELLEVUE (CNP Bellevue Branch No. 19 Royal Canadian Legion will hold nom- ination and election of officers in the club rooms at 2 p.m. Sunday Dec. 6. 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