Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 UETHM1DGE HKALO 12, 1972 Lvnne Van Luven Cure for those drab winters doa't fnfrfe IH make scattered my frierxi JIazie. I had called on her, as was my custom, to share a cup of her vitriolic bocss-brevred fee and our weekly philosoph- ical disctsssioc. I found her cast in gloom: hsrscbed the kitchea. table, sorroiznded -by a of papers, graphs, pen- cil shavings and bard-cover tezt books. I see nrozn- blsd darkly to herself. _oa3wi- oas to my burly bulk in ber on earth I ask- ed loudly, by So it's responded Maz- cozne is ard take vocr coat off. Aad your boots. Don't just stard there, leaving poddies of water on my irMoor- outdoor At times, Mazle's tocsoe can be ever- more caustic than her coffee. I sBppose that's part of her charm. doing a feasibility study." she ezplalsed. waving at the clutter in her kJtehezi- trying to Snd out if its feasible to survive another Canadian Tsisier." And you've concluded it I 3SS-SL Struggling CWt of my coat; scarf. bar ard ras- ters. be jost cb asd" Mazie re-ceded soberly, pour- ing a cup of coffee. "Do you know thai "winter causes rsore asziety than 2a the other seasoos combined? Of course you don't, You're jsst Efce stse pr ins to iST-cre pr yocTHke it, find rrrig- VI- yoa that more Cas- ars having riear-beart attacks in than arry oth- er time? ilocbers gasp for breath as they struggle to -sTes- tle thrashing tocclers .in. asd oat of SET? suss. Portly _pJ> trrbsaitgs psnt over sfeov- els as tfee vfaite sts to faE ijesried drivers panic aai froth at the rsocth. as each day oc ky stresses brings- them isto GOB- taet wife wbo drive at SO miles' per beer regardless of coogtkfflfi. I eoold go on and oc. doubt yoa I is- stera- g fee blizzard of Invective. "Where dsd ycc get all this ia- "My soorce is impeccable Dr. -I. Qaig-ey He dose eztenstve post-doctor- ate sfeaiy on subject of 9R3- ter. Be has researched every slip of rnforssgtioo eoEoeeted saorw. iee and grey Crater skies, al! of wizch. hare a de- bScatmg effect on society, "Dr. ha? fcesxi that we're a depressed nation, is. every sense, between fee of to Cosples- nscre cites Esake We less often, fee e cmy shinssis, the rate of job- less dfizess soars, iferfve hi every asd. .sto- dects -yegetate sad vegetables rot fas fee cellar. do kaw the worst fisas aboot fee The coior, Whire, everywhere yoct look. Aad if its act -siafce, Its dirty grey, Way do yoc iSank hospitals are fteir wsls sad pace? Wiry you Sssk siirses pastei urffcrEK? Why do yco tMnk nawt of m befce ia the asjn afl sampler, strMng for a iaa. Because -whife la a depressing color, that's ranted Mazie, her diatnbe reaching its crescendo. "What about like ski- iug and I asked. 'They're part of -wri-uer asd tbev're kind of fna." said Mazie. tfDr. Cbilbiapje's be calls them 'empty, frenzied sssd ez- expensive atceiripts to Sght the white syMrome." '-'AH I conceded, get- ting ratber tired of Qilblayiie's all pervasive generalities. does your doctor friend propose as as antidote to the Vffifte burbled Marie. jasi treat the cbuds with certain speci- fied chemicals asd tist the snoTT. Tben. can bare a sno-siail, or a bits ose, or be eres- a effect "There's only cce slight prob- said JIazie, a trifle GG- oiously- "Dr. Chilblajiiie basest curie'Corked it cot yet Yoa see. tbe cbesicsJs tsed to also fet tbe of everytbirig caugM otztside tbe 4-H Reports LETHBRIDGE By Eobia Ryaa be third raeefeg of tbe sea- for tbe Letbbridge light 4rH Cbb was held Dec. at 7 p.m. at General School. Tbe r-K pledge was led by Eon caH c by gtvisg the cs each rserobers horse. Three sew znerabers "sv-ere welcossed Srk Ross and Darrce It viras decidai to have a to parry 02 Hodswn's prcoerty "on" Dec. 28. Othar arrangetneEts vviS be decided by a "Voinnteer cossElttee. 'A reject was aiso .grven about KIgbt Nov. 30 at Svec Ericzsai's RestanrsoL Piaster of ceremories Sor the evecig vas Bobbie Thofficsoo. Tbs foBowing awards srad ccis i-x-itided: Nasar? OB jonkc doixa: Acres An- iraal CSsc; to Briss. BaE for' senior horsernaiiship, docor and Briazi for seeder decor BIG sad Blarjce Barres; Pat Lecgyei for jtirsor dooKT Farmer Stockma-i ScppSes; Weedy Nugeci -for senior spesMrg during PubEc Speefeg Ntsfct. dcescr Kes oc faraiiy; to Mazise Mc- for jts-ior speaking decor, Associate Cfssc; Bobbie ThoEapsce for best record boolr, d WHSsrw. Bofcbie also TFOB EScieccy A wfcJeh is tbe highest hoooc in fee Lefi-joridge Light Scrse 4-H ckro. Toe dor-cr -was tiae Bani Nova Scctia. Tbe rtssti cus> is pjga-- sed for Jam. 3, at tbe Arts Cectre. AE raembers persons are in to sttead! HOPING By Tfeeresa The of tbs ing called to order -aitli sfsscg of O Csszaz szd tfee 4-H Plecgfe kd by Maraeea Garber, RcS eaB was a good Hsi. Three leaders frwn the ing 4-H Cltibs atteafei the leaders confereace in Ed- oveisfoer 7, and Set leaders and fibree janaor leaders atteoted a project ircrksfeop Nov. 21 in Bw Ij fatadL Pefagr 'WiSs bar aft- Istast were on haaJ to jsew projects. Sot glris prtseafced ftrir prac- tice speacbes after meeting adjoorned. They KiU Ksaa aaMothets, MaftV on 4-H Pledge, Janice Gara- OQ Babysitting, Bridgett visoE oc A Leans a Language, Sbefia Scratch OG Universal Secrets aad Janice Lacroa oc Tbe Cra- del of Western By Jocelya Tbe CardstOG District 4-H eosscil held its rseetrng csn Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. in tbe M.D. build- ing with President Grant Hic- Eian in charge. There 17 present. Tea oat of tbe 12 cadbs have reo-rganixed at tHs tirae. A report was grren cc off sccfcarge ot tbe past sunoiher arid of setect- sg frora oar district as exchange sezt year. The Carfetca Agricultural So- cisty acd the Town ot Cardstcc asked tbe leaoers for tbeir cort in obtamisg' a grant to eciarge tbe sresa facilities. A revr "as pet is: Lyna Seader. presi'ieDt: Halph Salt, vice presdiert; ESzabeth Sice, secretary; Chris Rice, junior sevretsry: Del Steed, treasurer, aad Jocelys McNALLT By Sharon Frencfe A recent meefeg of tbe NsEy TaSor Tacks proved to fee quite prosperous. It Nov. 24 si be iaxrje of Sharon Frasch. Twelve riHsnibers, Garse lead- ers' siai one visitor jrescssfc. The meeticg was caSed to or- der and toe pledge -was led by Sbaroc Freadx. Toe rcS cdl What -jpe aes4 year? Toe miaatat froa prevkjos meefey were read 2sd adopted as corrected, Cozmse llercer serf iiona Harray Sbe nr.it jy project book is detgii Oar gisest speaker for this .zseetiag TVSS tbe sew ffistrkt Jeme Manryn Tai- Along "sriih a secse of iazro- or and a kacwledgie of ahe ezpfeised to the dsJb about ine teztare ard hssdSng of CAEDSTON By Karen JToft Eodcy Ezcers had tb isg Kov. 3. It was decided that the kf pist Mi scarte short plays Christsaas. A dtefeiie date tfces fae set 5sr the of tbe pigys to the poHic. A gvrskhasa -733 Beid on 11. Eeeder gaw ia- os hew to get a horse OQ thft lead aod rafeig in rythrs -with a borae. Afterward tbe members participated in sodi events barrel racing, state racing, the musical tires, and a relay race. JIM ARCHIBALD rot 'is piivfe1XKS. oh-es, array TT0TI2 ticks sai ctber 'pests tbat so cfes disaster to a ranchers, Pest control administrator By JOE BAIXA of Tie Hsralii siaa. ever before, scores of South are vrbat James G. Archibald starxis for? Many 0? tbe envJrociseEtel- ists, pgrtfcuiarly, are iag Alberta's Pest Control Art is berng sdr-lriiatered in sooth, coresrv. Jimmy, as he 12 to scores of famers aad ranch- ers tisrocgjaxi try, tfcat bis job is a ooe, sad the defirctsoas in toe Act be better un- derstood before pubHc tio TfilL fisd assy of it Bet, 32 nsjcii as he is feared by some, he is Bleed ecaaHy as well, if sot better by inatny of Qioee vffeose be beeped SMve -wifeont tiae tse of poisoa- oas baits agairst predatory said, SiyFbs3 Sse gcrverprissit de- cided to get rid of rfeg rot in potatoes, "what raasy fsxpers caOed as wbesi we ed ?rbde bisfuls aivi of potatces having rirsg thrcsgh sproct inSsretEg asd we have much 'setter qnaSy asd tbe narket fiar tfee 'Alberta, prodsct ha- He afeo said feat IGSO poison, peCets sad. Cj-anids guns bave beeo tased in coy- ote coDtrol for years. He feels the best they have ever been sbie to offer is spotty, tempor- ary reSet "There are still of As far as KBch of the p is one of tbe zncst pest control act is 1085 sedzasi fhxjroacetsis ssed is tbe control of vrfld, prsdatccy, JEgntivcrcas anissals. jKisay J2 the only person Ln the proTcice is irsforssed in Three 2G2a sooth in the tsse of He has baits for coyote control out so far this year and ezpec-ts to have 50 by the eaa3 fX the yesr. Of Sco'lish ancestory Tefeoee parents caise to from Aberdeen to Out., then OR to Stavety Cham- district, Jicaory was bora in IB 1942 he started to work f or fee provincial department oi tracking supplies of sodium araenite, wxJIran flooracetate and many of the other insecticides asd pesticides used in the cootrol ol pesta cocfa as Norway jinsey that a ferraer or rancher doesn't get 1030 or other fans pots- OK because 4Jbe ssfes for has got to prove a ueed- There is strict cootro? of every that is set and every ferrner rnust for eseh bait, or he doesn't Tuare, fe soEse cases ft be that a 3r52recrcr3? can foe jest as effective as poison, leis fe that tbe tendency of JSSD is to over-protect It's left for Natare taxe her course and that ess be far nxre drastic." Jijsiny retires during the half of the eorniag year. E may take thrse men to take over las jdb, bet be responsible for iise pest cootrol act. A great gardener. Jimmy timates belrajaed in tfee aejgh- faorfaoxl of ooe nuJHcn giadMSa bolbs last year wilh 800 oazoed varietief And probably >oo more tban in AJberta.