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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Golf tourney winners: French, Sosick Mil. SOSICK PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Picture Butte Elks have finished another successful golf tournament with Mrs. Shirley French winning the women's event and Maurice Sosick the men's section. In the first flight for the women: first, Sliirley French; second, Rose Moriyama and third, Gertie Chervenka. Sec- ond flight: first, Jean Ann Drake; second, Eleanor Kata- kami and third Mona Sabo. In the men's championship flight: first, Maurice Sosick; second, Jim Matkin and third Slan Brecka. First flight, first, Ernie Porka; second, Jim Kulita and third Darrell Orcull. Second night: first, Wilbur Stickel; second, Harpo Mori- yama and third, Steve Mazuti- nec. Third flight, first, Wilf Forry; second, Dave Parker and third Bruce Branch. In the championship horse race for the Kane Farm Tro- pli3-, first was Maurice Sosick and second Howard Branch. In the Dubbers horse race for the Sorgard Ranch Trophy: first, Pete Erais and second, Bruce Branch. MRS. FRENCH Water must be 100 per cent proof NATAL (HNS) The East Kootenay Union Board of Health recently favored a mo- tion by Mrs. 0. McKenzie that mobile home park operators be required to show proof that Miss Ai'lene Pierson honored by shower SHAUGHNESSY (HNS) Forty- five women from Shaughnessy and surrounding district attended a bridal show- er which was held recently for Miss Arlene Pierson at the Shaughnessy school. The head table was decorated with pink and white bells and flowers. Miss Piersou was assisted In opening her many and useful gifts by her sister, Mrs. Carol Allan and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Pat Pierson. Bingo was played and lunch was served. Hostesses were Pat Hudson, Jannie Wolack, Sandra Mrazek, Rose Kipnik, Ingrid Weiss, Moncia Kerber and Mrs. Mar- ion Hanna. Mrs. Noni Wyh'e and Mrs. Kathleen Pierson and others were thanked. MOTOK MOWER 817-3rdAVE. S. PHONE 327-2669 WELCOMES EVERYONE To look ever their full line of 0 CHAIN SAWS PIONEER, McCULLOCH LAWNMOWERS IAWNBOY, SNAPPER, JACOBSEN, MOTO MOWERS 6 MINI CYCLES GO CARTS WE ALSO REPAIR AND SHARPEN ALL MAKES OF REEL AND BLADE TYPE LAWNMOWERS their water systems will supply sufficient water and adequate number of gallons per mobile home plot per day. The medical health officer was asked to obtain a specified quantity of water flow per day from persons wishing to con struct new mobile home parks and that he strongly recom- mend to them that adequate gallonage be provided. Anniversary NEW DAYTON (HNS) Mr and Mrs. Louis Pittman (nee Anna Kaupp) of Nelson, B.C. celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary recently at the New Dayton Stadium. Celebration began with mass at St. Edmund's Church. The gifts were brought forward by the bride and groom and two of their children. The celebration moved to the stadium which was decor- ated in pink streamers. Included in the crowd were their 12 children and two grand' children. Music for the dance was pre- sented by Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kaupp and Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Kaupp. HORSE-SHOES open horse- slme tournament will be held at 7 p.m. Monday for all age groups at the Coaldale library pit. A nominal fee will be charged, and this money will then be used for prizes. MELCHERS DISTILLERIES LIMITED CANADA POT-LUCK By D'ARCY W RICKARD Uoo boy! I read in the paper Lawrence Glaclue, vice- president of the 13.C. Association of Non-status Indians is mad as a wet hen about the mural presented to the University of British Columbia and says it should be destroyed. They say it shows the Indians bowing down to the white man. They say it shows Capt. Vancouver about 15 feet high and the Indians greeting him about five feet high and kneeling, like they are playing marbles. Oh, heavens to Betsy, they're all being very un- kind to the artist, Dr. Charles Comfort. Come, come, injuns, let's grow up. I have a picture oC the painting before me. It shows the Indians in a very strong, bold, idealistic manner. The shoulder muscles on the Indian to the left would make Mr. America look like Casper Milquetoast. He is wearing a striking head-dress, painted in great detail, which can only be considered a compli- ment to the B.C. Indian culture. The Indian is not bowing in any way, shape or form. He is holding some kind of "baby also very neatly and accurately painted. The Indian on the right also has a magnificent physique and is wearing another finely-designed head- dress. The painter chose to put together a nice, harm- less, innocuous little mural which shows friendly In- dian supermen greeting the great "white father." 'I doubt very much if Mr. Comfort is greatly per- turbed by the fuss. He probably takes great satisfac- tion in the knowledge that anatomically the Indians are far superior to the white men in the painting. The sailors with Capt. Vancouver look like Mexi- can cowboys without horses. Capt. Vancouver looks like a ballet dancer putting his coat on after a thigh-bounding performance. The mural hung in the old Hotel Vancouver for years and people used to meet each other "under the guy with the big buttocks." They tore the hotel down and Mrs. Roland Micli- ener rescued the painting and gave it to UBC. How anyone could take offense from the creation is beyond me. Let's face it, Capt. Vancouver was a big man. Maybe not 30 feet tall, but still, a big man. But then, that's how these guys make their living. They get into some association and stir up a lot of nonsense. Why don't they stick to "bread and butter" issues and stop worrying about their image in the history books. Let's face it, nobody, but nobody, has a very good image in the pages of history. Parents donate time to make school better TABER (HNS) Parents of students attending Dr. Ham- man Elementary School here, acting as volunteer school aides, donated more than hours of their time to the school during the past school year. In his report to Taber school division's board o[ trustees, school principal James M. )shiro said that these volun- eer aides carried out clerical work and generally assisted the eachers upon request thus freeing the teachers lo spend more time on planning and in- dividualized instruction. Mr. Oshiro said that after a 'ear in the school the parents mostly mothers) are more aware of, and appreciate, (he irocedures, problems, and needs of the school. He said ol most importance was the ben- efits to the 260 students result- ant from the co-operative cli- mate existing at the school. The volunteer school aide >rogram at the school is a troject of the Dr. Hamman Association of vhich Mrs. Lynn Allen is pre- ,ident and Mrs. Helen Ikebuclii secretary-treasurer. The operated in conjunction the school aide employed by the Division at the school. The PTA has also assumed responsibility for the distribu- tion of milk to students during the noon-hour recess. Safety Day COALDALE (HNS) A spe- cial day will be held at the Coaldale Play House (in the former Low's Pharmacy) at 9 a.m. Friday, July 21. The Coal- dale Summer Playground lead- ers have arranged a Safety Day program. Const. Tim Utas of the Coaldale police will show a film on safety. BE INDEPENDENT I own the exclusive Franchise Rights for proven fast food outlet in the Ciry of Lfilh- bridge. Owing To other but- inesj interest have nor been able to develop. Would con- sider selling outright or part- nership with right party. For information reply Box No. 50, Herald Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone COUNTRY NEWS These Are The LetKbridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHALA P.O. Box 287 LOMOND MRS LEONARD CHASE General Delivery CARDSTON MRS. CATHERINE HUIL............ Conoid! Delivery COWLEY CLARENCE WEEKES P.O. Box 7 STAVELY MRS. VIOLET CtANCY Box 51 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Thunday, July 20, 1972 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 3 SPECIALS LAWN LOUNGE 5 STRAND WEBBING WHOOP-UP PRICE C.Q QQ O' LAWN CHAIRS 5 STRAND WEBBING WHOOP-UP PRICE EYOUR CHOICE HOOP-UP PRICE BAKERY SPECIAL PIES SPRAY STARCH 20-oz. size WHOOP-UP PRICE 47" WINDOW CLEANER Foaming Action. 20-oz. size. WHOOP-UP PRICE ENGLISH BONE CHINA CUPS and SAUCERS WHOOP-UP PRICE VIVA PAPER TOWELS 2 si-19 b nkqs, I LADIES' BRIEFS 2 roll pack. WHOOP-UP PRICI Siies Assf. Colours WHOOP-UP PRICE 3 96' SUDDEN BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY. 16-oz. size. WHOOP-UP PRICE VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE LOTION 14-or. size. WHOOP-UP PRICE..... IADIES1 WRANGLER JEANS Sizes 5-6 to 13-14. WHOOP-UP PRICE...... BOYS' DISNEY CARTOON SHIRTS Sizes 8-16. 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