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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta POT-LUCK RICKARD Mendcy, Dctembtf 18. !V7J THE UTH6P.1DOE HERALD 3 'Td. rather not have rny name in the paper but if you like you can just put Pensioner." Thanks so much. And the spirit flov.s. Good wishes to Janice and Brian Leavitt of aged and 3. Your gift to the Helping Hand Fund is greatly appreciated. And Christmas cheers for Sheila, Susan, Sandy and Garry Hurkens. E. Garrison of Crest View Lodge, Pincher Creek our kindest and greetings from the L'SC. Thank you, New Daylon resident. Lots of. luck. Steve Pisoni of Fernie, and thanks. Michael Bath, 3, of Fernie, B.C. your gift will feed a child for 24 days, That's great.: Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Ell of Fore- Thanks for a second gift to Linda Heck, Father James Lynn and members of the Shalom Teen Club, Hays. Tnank you. Taber supporter. God bless you, Neil, David, Connie and Blaine Beranek. Clear View Lodge, Taber, v.ntes: heart aches for those dear people. 1 sit to a hot meal I often think if I could only hand it to some dear hungry person over there." Thank St. Luke's Anglican Church of Blairmore. A wonderful gift, J. A. Gladstone arid family of Pincher Creek. Thanks for the card, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stryken of Foremosf. iCurtCrS You sent your allowance, Bruce, Barry and Darrel j o! Colernan. Thanks a million! j j Nice to hear from you, Mrs. S. Cleland of Crest j (XeClU-6 Viiw Lodge, Pincher Creek. Tnank you for a fine note, Bota Family of Fort Maeleod. Dr. and Mrt. Colin A. Thomson of the University of Lethbridge staff were the recipients of "The Good Samaritan" act on a recent trip to attend convoca- tion ceremonies when their car broke down within a few miles of Red Deer. They managed to reach a service station in that city, and upon relating their plight to J. Steventon, the proprietor, were given the keys to Mr. Steventon's private automobile as a loan, so that they might be enabled to arrive at the sched- uled hour of convocation. Tne "man's humanity to roan'1 gesture was furth- er enhanced by trie fact that giver and receivers had not previously met. It v, as an act truly deserv- ing of recognition in this world where the art of giv- ing is not at high tide. The residents of Alberta, Red Deer in particular, are indeed fortunate to have citizens of Mr. Stevenfon's calibre. Nov.1 le'.'s sho'.v the world what we're made of here in southern AJberta. get Jc Koreans. member, or.e c 'friendship v..' for a Korean chiid. It's mighty hard to get through a cold Korean winter with the wolf knocking on the door and little kids crying. So let's do this Christmas. Don't he Ehv. nickel not too small. Every penny courts. It takes a COMBINED effort. must do two ackr.ov.'ecige this need exists and do about it, no small our con- tribution may be. Helping Lethbridge Herald. Let's move j It! i MEMBERS HONORED Grsr.d Excited Ruler of the Conotiicn El'r.s, Ssrtorii of Charles O-jail of RoynahTli, left, pays tribute to Biil Meiers, centre, end B.C. were not pi Tony Vejprava of the Blcirrriore Bllrs tcdge No. 15. He presents the two was en on ofir rr.smbers Iheir 45-yecr pms. other members, Charles 1 in llcly, ond -jl v.'i; receive the pins. Grond Exceed P.'jler Ct-a'l to ir.e Blairmorc- Alberru Deccux Photo to skate cslled by the USC a 12 days supply of barley COALDALE (HN'S) If raBgements cao be made the CosVUle C'jrlicK Punk will for skatiijg. Tive rink is oot in this vrln'jyr because the Coaldale club. Lctkemarm 'J> ha'.'e for sfeaters. i !rr pas', years sheets 'X curiiri? ice renttd for COIJIKI ilcr Ijetkerrjarji sug- gested the be j in rink, making it EerrJ- i open. Trcru'rJ the j to operate the ice-cia'dug T-e matter he to i the c-jrling dub toard of di- Roundup of District News _ Family program STIRLING fHNS) A (am-1 ''llh ily darioe will be i and ab> mth tne many I held for the comra'jnih- Wednes-1 long i day, Dec. W, at 7 p.m. at the The family ha-.'e been i Cuitura! Hall. jfi Canada sbce 1S5S, It be by the flrst ng to Taber. Three LDS Children's i ytsrs later they moved to Sur- the yvjng men Mr. nrjrA- has and yorr.en's .Mutual !mprcr.-e-; daughter. Mi.ss Adamsoii graduates STIRLING 'HNS) ?.5iss Carol Ana AdamMn. daughter of Mr. Mrs. Gien Adam- leaf I turned early at Taber TAKER (HNS) A 50 per cent reduction in the number of convictions in magistral e's court was indicated in the No- vember figures submitted to council. The number from W in October to 45, Reductions were noted in categories. Last year 86 conv-ictitcs vere reported for .November. Try; major item of the 12 Criminal Code charges was a case of assault causing bcxiDy harm which drew 3 fjj-je of S3QO. Only 10 cases under the High- way Traffic Act came to court, as compared vrUh 49 for Octo- ber, reflecting the limited use of. the radar set last month. Coder the Liquor Control Act, j 23 intoxicated or illegal posses- i Eors irere convicted. In motor vehicle accident 1 statistics, personal injuries -.vcre ijK'luded in the seven re- i portable accidents, with an I additional three investigated in which property damage was un- Of the K..235 total property some resulted wher, a truck crashed into one of the public housing units on en With Ave. en the night of Nov. 30. A serious accident oecured on the night of Nov. 25 when a southbound truck btmck a tran- sient laborer on Highway 36 it 54th Ave. Tne injured pede- strian was thrown to the east lane of the highvray where northbound car ran over Hi leg. i He is recovering fa the Taber j Genera! Hospital No charge! laid. r. BT; ose is Vlslt nomeland STIRLING (HNS) Mr. 6nd Mrs. V.llljam Vissor and son Clarence have returned from 6 1 their bcrrjjeland of Holland. While there, they ayjsxec the arirriversary of Mr. parecU. Vissws FJrprlsed much more busier life had i become there. Tneir tends the Lethbrldge ity College and Peter, vorlis throjg'w.r. sou-.h- erri Alberta. Lea-jty Li Provo. Utah. MH- Adamson received a special Sr-3 abo spent mraths 35 a Gold Quo stylist, a special "honor society71 tor excellence. LETHBRiDGE EAST SOCIAL CREDIT CONSTITUENCY The Annual Meeiiro cf the lethbricge Ecst Serial Credit Conitiiuency Association will be held on Gcy, Jcrvjcry "iO, 1773 ct p.m. in the Civic There will en cf oHlceri one ing of delegate; la ctierd the leadsnhip Convenlion. Claresliolm sportsmen draft four resolutions Capitol projects CLARESHOLM iV.h to Ave. W. on 4'r, St. vfra plsnA to on v.., replace wstJEnnani, capital year. 2 d j, s j.r, teirer 4 pwt, divervirr: ttlllow; divjsict. Zffi.'ffi; grader and Cree'r, v.eil. trjck. fire trjck,