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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Religious instruction rejected Mondoy, February 14, 1972 THE IE1HBRIDGE HERALD 3 Couple had 14 days to get married FOREMOST (Special) In; ceremony il was hack inlo Ihi lo Llie usual inunifira- linn papers. Hill and Christine buggy and off to UK farm to do Hie evening chores. HEAD GAME CLUB The Picture Bulls Fish and Game Associalion recenlly elect- ed, from lefl, Joseph Mrak, vice-presideni; Mrs. Asia Hage, secrelary-lreasurer; and Dr. Joseph Tokahashi, president. Trap-shoot range planned Piyami tag dropped Buis had one more to sign when m' lhc they arrived in Canada. R sUcd Ihal they would he for lnc TABEIl (HNS) A from .1. .1. Wickcnlici..... flays lo have religious inslruc-; admitted providing lion given Lo Catholic students during school hours has been rejected by Ihe tnislees of Ta- ber School Division No. n. One of the concerns ex- pressed by the trustees was Ltioy married within 14 days! The year was IU2I1, and a young Dutch couple decided lo emigrate lo Canada and marry in the land of (heir adoption. Although they both had the 17 years. and at Mr. Calhmm introduced head Amon" their tahlc guests who included Mr. j were extracts from "Jesus and Mrs. Wallace Phillips, Mr. Christ. Superstar" with a par- c-ouplc rented the Mm. Ziclltc, Mr. and Mrs. I (icularly fine rendering of "f 'Kile, Mrs. Buis. Air. riper and Don't Know How lo Ixivc Him'1 Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun. tnlcrlainmonl was hv a se: let of singers Irom Foremost were h-ii d they recall selling wheat School under Ihe direction ol cents a bushel and c i Mrs. Gerald (Chcrici lidlund. apples and fish being by the Karen Ti panmien! I I c 1 i UilcnU'd youngster xler. Piano Aceom- s 1 Su o [not was catered to the LDS Church. shipped in by way of relief II was at this lime Ihal Bill and Christine decided Lo sell their farm and move lo Fore that mil all of Ihe students 1540 that immigrants Ihcn would be involved A re-, did not most. The farm was purchased port from principal .Joe Engcl! (hat Ihey were required lo be by .llr. (iernliardl at Hie now indicated Ihal only 47 per ecnl of the arc from Calho- lic families. Another concern j nv school suncrinLendenl J. L.1 married. almost unbelievable figure of The immigration authorities wcre most surprised that the During llicir Tannin, PICTURE Joe donated by William Vogl was Takahashi has been elected president of Ule Picture Butte Fish and Game Association. Other officers: vice-president, Joe Mrak; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. A.sta Hagc; chairmen for committees: fish, William Vogl; birds, William Wiersma; predators, Tony Mrak; mem- bership, Gary B a h I c r and George Chronilt; pollution, Ben Nyhof, publicity and trophies. Dr. Takahashi. and good and welfare, Joe Mrak and Mrs. Asia Hage. It was decided tri change Ihe name from Piyami Fish and Game Associalion to Picture Butte Fish and Gams Associa- tion. The annual tree burning nighl was not held due to the hiph winds. The trout trophy, donated by Dr. Takahashi, was won by Mike Lebodia; the pike trophy, presented to Frank Kostka; ling trophy, donated by Chronik farms, was won by Alex For- ray; and the magpie trophy was presented lo William Wier- sma. Door prizes went to Mrs. Donna Anderson, Mike Lebodia Md Ben Nyhof. The pheasant was iron by Gerald Price. It is hoped to have a trap- shoot range on the old nuisance grounds, southeast of Picture Butte. A committee headed by Alex Forrayi will study trap- shooting possibilities. The association hope to stock Hie Lehio Dam again this year. George was thai pressures from many directions have broad- ened liie school curriculum lo include driver educalion, fam- ily life relationships, leisure lime activities, and so forth lo the point where education in Ihe basic skills lends to be ne- glecled. "The school cannoL he pcclcd to he all things Lo all people." he said. The board advised .Mr. Wick- I cnheiscr Ihal, according lo Ilic school act. a local advisory j board can be set up to make a formal request lo inslulc re- ligious instruction in I h e school. FEW FARM The number of persons em- ployed in agriculture in Canada averaged in 1969, repre- senting less than seven per cent of total employment. veiling alone were bound for the same farm north of Fore- most. These and man more touch- ing details emerged as Fore-; Bill ccnLinim most honored Christine Buis for a eatllc ard year; the Buis' operated a beef ring with a Miming trade ui Fore- mosl. Their move lo Ihc village Ifi operate a service station was Iherefore onlv a sideline, and his operation a: bog buver. and 32 years of sciTice lo the com-1 meal was sold over Ihe block munily with a banquet spoil-1 in the service station. Tlic service station prospered ,iu i Id- sored by Ihe Foremost and Dis- trict Chamber of Commerce. Wally Phillips acting as his- and 15 yeai's ago a new ine was erected wiiich Christine lorian for the evening went on j assisted by Bill lo tell more than 70 people pre- senl how the couple arrived at the De Fry Farm, and a few days later gol oul the horse and buggy and drove lo Fore- most U> be married. The wedding took place in the United Church manse and was conducted by HOT. Ball. Even this was not a formality how- ever, as neither Bill nor Chris- tine spoke a word of English and an interpreter had to be used. Christine recalls that after Ihe Pledges one-third of cost Kaiser backs recreation complex Buis. Jr., and a capable staff. Christine enjoys excel lent health and has a keen mind. .She loves talking about Ihe old limes, and recalls dances at Ihe old School. Mr. Buis has nol been so fortunate with his health and is now a resident in Ihe Devon Nursing Home in Lclhbridge. If her eventful rural life was not enough, Christine is plan- ning a trip to Australia Ibis spring for a family wedding in Adelaide. In bis address. Mr. Phillips said that the communily was honoring a friend of Forcmosl. and a higher compb'ment could nol be paid. Ewald Zieklc. president of the Chamber of Commerce presented an cn- CHRISTINE BUIS AND MR. ZIEIKE EdueationisLs elect Fraukcombe PINCHER CREEK (Special) i at Matthew Ilalton High School Education Committee j al p.m. met in Matthew Halton High! Topics for discussion a t fu- Sdiool recently. I lure meetings were suggested. Those in attendance elected j Topics listed arc: educa- tional finance; compulsory education pros and CODS; freedom responsibility or Brian Franltcomte elected chairman and considered objectives for the committee. These objectives are to pro- school organization NATAL (HNS) Kaiser Re- sources Limited has pledged itself lo donate- one-third of Die total cost up lo a maximum of toward Spanvood's projected new recreation com- plex. OPEN TONIGHT' Even Elephants Can't Remember All The Changes in the INCOME TAX If pachyderm! have prob- lems, how obout people? The! easy lake COMPLETE your relurn lo BLOCK. Our lyslem of checking every relurn means you will re- ceive every legilimale de- duction. Come In today. You'll be glad we got! together. GUARANTEE _ Wo guarantee accurate prepiraiion of every lai relurn. If we make any errors that cost you any penally or in- I lerest, we mill pay only that penally or interest. Canada's Largeil Tax Service Wilh Orer 6000 Ollktt in Norfli imtrtcj 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 95 Saturday Phone 327-3712 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Cosl of the complex has been estimated al ab'oul In architects' fees will be approximately for a total of Present plans call for a building of square feel. It will include an ice hockey arena, a curling rink with lounge and clubroom, a com- plete vecrealion office, a kit- chen and concession area on Die ground floor. The .second floor, il is plan- ned, will provide a community hall measuring 30 by 42 feet. The Sparwood Commission, aside from lhc KML pledge, has approximately available, the KRL means Ihal Ihe community, tlirougb the commission, must still raise to build the described recreation centre Putting it another way. Kai- ser Resources Ltd. will malch evciT 52 siwnl by Ihe commis- Ihe sociely is making an all- out effort lo raise the money before fall, and is hoping to see a start made on the com- plex by April. This amount, plus pledge of District doings Plan new church NATAL (HNS) The annual congregation meeting of the LSparwood Church (Angl i c a n- United) was held recently in the Sparwood Secondary School. The proposed new church for Sparwood was discussed. Elected: Mrs. Margaret Savi- low. chairman; Mrs. Lucie Ackles. secretary; and Mrs. Payroll deductions, dona- tions from the business in the communily, pledges and other forms of raising money are being considered by Ihe Spar- wood Recrealion Ways and Means Society, Mr. Bakes said, pointing oul thai donalions lo deducliblc for i graved silver tray to Mrs. Buis. j common concerns j Her name will be inslnlled nn lion; lo give opporlunilies for jibe list of honored citizens in I the public to ask questions; the Communily Hall. i and to provide suggestions and Gucsl speaker al Ihe banquel i to allow for widespread vide a forum lor discussion of and effects on students; should of schools, for County of Forty Mile. He delighted his audi- ence with several humorous an- ecdotes, and went on to speak of the three of a good cili- zen. Respect, Responsibility, I and Religion, and indicated that Ihis cause arc Lax purposes. Norman Bakes is a program- j the honored lady exemplified mcr analyst with KRL's data these important ingredients. educa- formal education lie contin- uous, age six years through high school; (he end product of education arc the schools mooting needs? Clubs, olher organizations Cliff Elle, superintendent J vehement in informal discus- sion by everyone. and groups are invited lo send Meetings will he held on Ihe representatives I" Hie meet- firsl Thursday of each month, ings. j processing department, and lives in Spanvood with his wife Evelyn and two children. Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Harry Calhoun, vice presidenl of Lhe Chamber. Fleanor Livingstone, 'treasur- er. Diocesan Synod is lo be held and 14 a L Nara- sion wilh a dollar until the tolal pledge of KRL, namely has been reached. Norman Bakes, chairman of i 12- 13 Hie .Spanvood Recrealion Ways i mala, B.C. and .Means Socieiy, said Ihal Lav delegate is Mrs. E. Liv- ingstoiie while alternate is G. Livingstone. j Prcsyblery is lo be hrld Feb. 20, 21 and 22. Lay delegate is Sfrs. Lucie Ackles and altern- lie plans a community wide j The address of welcome was funds drive between Feb. 20 given by acting mayor George and March 4. I THE ORIENTAL tOOK Soon, Ihe look of Hie ious Eos! will be seen in slices, hair Mylps, jewellery, make-up, perfumery, and fabric colors and prints. Get on eye-opening preview IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERAtD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Shopping hours (HNS) The contro- versial subject of shopping hours will be Ihe main issue be- fore a special meeting of mem- bers of Taber Businessmen's Associalion called for Thursday evening, Feb. 17. Presidenl Pelcr Campbe 11 says Uial a final decision is lo be made. The meeting will be hold in the Community Centre auditor- ium commencing al p.m. ate is Tialph Ackles. The Pres- bytery is to be held at Trail, B'.C. Count tots i TABER (HNS) Taber school division has directed lliat a census be taken of pre- school cluidren in all attend- ance areas in the division. Following a decision of the board of trustees last week, questionaires will be senl lo the homes from each of the schools. The planning for program- I ming and slaffing of the schools in the Taber division will be greatly assisted by this survey. The slaff of the Barons-Eur- eka Healtli Unit, Taber office, has agreed to assisl. Names cf children who have allendcd Ihc pre-scbool clinics will be given to the school authorities. Born Jan. 26 SHAUGHNESSY (UN'S) The New Year's baby, John Shaunavon, was born lo Jlr. and Mrs. John Degenslein al p.m. at Ihe Lcthbridge Municipal Hospital, wciglu'ng six UK., two ozs. A close second, was n son. Bryce Allen TUiles, Iwrn lo Mr. j and Mrs. Gordon Fealhcvslonc .Ian. 28, at a.m. al Ihe i Picture Bullc Municipal Ilns- pilnl. six Ibs., nne a brnlher for Jimmy, 7, and Annual mooring lIl.AlliMOIiF, (CM- Hill-rain The ISIainnore Savings and Credil Union will hold its annu- al meeting in the Credit Union Hall 1'Vidny, Feb. la nt S p.m. Following the business por- tion of Ihc merlinp a social ovr ning including bingo and lunch will bo held. Start using the Government's own rules to save a bundle on income tax. Here's a perfectly legal way lo use the Government's own rules lo save on income Lnx. The Government has n law thai says in cllecl "If you now for your retirement, we'll Jot you pay as much as into a registered retirement savings plan, and we'll let you knock it off your So you merely lower taxable income by pulling up to S1500 in our registered retirement ings plan and don't pay ilic lax on il. Say you're married, lunc two children, and earned fifteen lliou- :.aiul in 1971. Depending on the province you live in your tax Miving could amount lo SSS3 is a bundle in any man's language, To lop it all off, Ilic money you save, can make more money. Fsscnlially there are four }ou can do lliis. on fan us imc.sl it in stocks. You can us invrM it fora pnaiaiilccd i.ilc of inlcrcsl. You can havr us HIM-a il in muimc. and Oi >i'ii can divide your, money up uMiiE any combination of thoc llucc alternatives. The beauty of il is: Y on can actually control Ihe combination :is your needs change over the For instance you could invest in stocks for several years, for long-term growth. And then as get closer lo rclircmcnl yen might wan I lo sv. iteli to a inlcrcM rale. Youcnnclianpcvourronibina- Imn .-rain and apain. I his means plan i-. at all limr-. And you c.in pel youi momy oul. when you want it. n Canada Trust 3rd Avc, aLJUi St. you eventually choose to withdraw it, you have to pay on il al that lime, of course. But ihisiswlial'smosl important. Y'ou pay tax on jour money when you deride to pay it. Tins means later, when you're likely in a lower tax brackel. This has led some to call this plan a lax shelter. One fellow we know plans lo pay inlo il for several years, waieh il grow, Ihcn lake il oul to replace normal income vhile he lazes in Majorca. Hut let's face il, the real benefit comes from il in 'til you I'ClilC. It's especially taluahlc because we don't a lot of salesmen out making calls, therefore you don't have to pay sales commis- sions. Just call us to get .slarlcJ. Bui don't pnl il oil. Y'ou can't deduct any iK-po-its Horn your 1971 incnmc alter 'I ue.silny, February So hglil liic wilh IIK. Make Ihe Miles woik foi yn. SIM: ,1 bundle on nV'jnic I.H, Phone now ;