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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Aitniuid returns favor 1, March 30, 1972 THE LCTHBR1DGE HERAVD 3 MAM I'lXCHEK CHEEK Al tho recent meeting of the Captain ilcPhnii Chapter of the 10DE Urs. licssie Annnnd said it is niportKiit to listen to children. Some of her ideas: Children MARCO'S GRANDMOfHtR, MRS. BRADSHAW MARGO HANSON MOUNTAIN VIEW Miss Margo Hauyon, the "ooct of Birdscyc has written an Easter poc-m for her grand- mother, Mrs. Max (Pearl) Bradshaw. It Ls tillcxl Thc Wanderer's Prayer. Thc Wanderer's Prayer Lord; I thank Ihee for many things. The trees that ere etched against (he sky. That stand to shelter a pass- er-by. The green grass that lays a carpet for my weary foet Aiid chance fellow man whom I happen lo meet. (hank thee for the moun- lains high That scrape the clouds that coat the sky, The red ro nd tli at s t retches ever onward toward the snn. Beckoning me forvard till the day is done. And as I lay me down io sleep I gaze inlo the night sky so deep. The stars twinkle anil wink at mo. Til] my soul rises and s els me free And the dreams you send to my niiucl Remind me that, there is al- ways the home I left behind. I (hank you most for letting me live. And the blessings that you give. Hanson, reed to feel that people are sin- cerely interested in them. Ask the child about his or her experiences, likes and dislikes. Converse with the child, Mrs. Annand advised. Children have three levels vocabulary: A listening vocabu- sUitid; a speaking vocabulary i in learning left from right- thn words tln-y use; and rcc.ogllizc reading vocahularv (ho t, words Uicy can read Better istenirig and hearing lary Hie words they under-1 Opportunities .for Youth ippiii-atioiis received they are related or otherwise changed in posilirjn; or can't on Ihe child's paVt leads lo bct'j pictures, ler reading. The present mcfliod of learn- I'arcnts should read to chil- j ing to- read is a blending of bath .sight recognition ,ml sound recognition. Baby talk should be discour- and good articulation en- By D'ARCY RICKARD T was amazed and delighted j jf. doesn'i look like As, or A cliilri may hnvo perfecl vi- sion, as far ;i.s tile eye chart but have difficulty in learning lo read because of lack of perception acumen. i When Mrs. Annand her The child may not sec the dil- 1 she had re- my good friend Joe Ma reporter from Hong Kong, f handed mo tho new Chinese postal codes. i pass Inem on to you, with be.st wishes from pro- nounced Otl-A-Wah. Nd Odd-A-Wah. Skimming through tho fllNS) Throe applications have been seat to Opportunities for Youth by own council. Council decider! 1o make ap- plication lo (lie provincial 5'J'BP (Summer Temporary imploymcnl Program) for stu- dents. The application will be for wo people ly work on town jecmlifiealion. Council recently mndc a rcc- ommcndalion lo the attorney general's department lliat Gail- _Neville serve on the local joliec commission. lie is to replace Henry Ijcr- ;en who recently resigned. Mr, Bergen was the chairman and had served on (he commission for several years. Dog licence fees and fine.s arc under study Ijy councillor Peter Letkcmann for recom- mendation to council. Jake Denet.s lias been hired as dogcatcher. Complaints may be registered by phoning 343- 3365. He has also been assigned (p urge citizens to obtain 1972 licences for their dogs. A bylaw was passed lo estab- lish elevations on building sites. The regulation was necessary to curtail house foundations ihat are too high. The elevation is related to the grade which is stated in the engineer's plans for all subdivisions. fcraicc in shapes of Idlers or i Wind-up banquet ccivcd (he Marshall Scholar- of words; may have difficulty '_ Chapter of (he After her ;md in appreciation of thc help ,'iccordcd her at that time, a cheque for to the chapter to fur-j liict- Ibc flood work. (I put tlic little mark in, now j there aic it any cefilrc.s near oirr model eify M'h.i! did you say? Aden? Where K Aden'.' fi c I w c c n ('cults and UiM Allers- not ton, Ardenvillc and Aetna? i Ves, we know about them. But they're r.U m the postal Anyway, skipping into B's, (thfro'.s that mark o conic to hi r nn rBureou> 1'1'S- Milne, regent, was The BcUovue Curling Cluh i appointed delegate to attend will hold its annual wind-up thc annual convention in Cal- banquet, dance and presents- i jn Aprij lion of prizes in the Maplcviui i Jfcc Hall April 8. Supper will begin at 7 year is to lx' one topic of discussion. Mrs. Bustard placed three Headers Digests. 400 maga- zines and 23 papers at Brocket Two draws made recently hy the curling cluii were won bv T xr tr I t TI 11 i...vi til Ull Lcs Matlock of lidlevue ami for lhe ]lujian Gerard Dobck of Blairmore The next meeting will bo lick] Pcrmoycr won the Monday, April ;j, at the home of Mrs. J. Appleby. PRESENT AFGHANS United Church Women of fort Macfeod recently presented 2 handmade afghans to Blunt's Nursing Home. Front row: Mrs. Flossie Johnson, formerly of Lethbrldge, and Mrs. Florence Kirby, formerly of Iron Springs with ihe church women. Back row, from left: Mrs. Walter Grocneweg, Mrs. len de Wit, Mrs. Nellie Vlielander, Mrs. Tilda Mulligan, Mrs. Hde Lauwenaar and Mrs. Victor Barr. -Jean Swihart Photo tianiwell, .'tlv.'.ivs have. My 1 mother has ;i fricr.d from Barn- '.veil. Her name is Mrs. Goto- 1 lied. Thai's right, Mr. Golobcd, Go lo Ix-rl. Never mind abyul. her. BarnwoH'R p05- code, or wlintever it is, ix TOK OBO. pronounced Talk Oboe, or play olwo, if you must, but I'm giting lo watch Kclgo of Xiptl, Next ihe we conic to Barons. Its postal code is TOL OGO, like Ogopono, minus one comic strif) chai'rcttr. Skipping Earriiead. Bashaw and th? rest of the B's, all tho C's. and F's. conic to Grassy Lake and Safety (lids sought by pilots CRANBROOK (Special I Flight 20, East Kcotenay, char- ter in thc Canadian Operators and Pilots Association, was for- mally installed hero Sunday. Jt starts with 45 active mem- bers MP Doug Stewart, Okiinagan- Kootenny, attended and umler- f ook R si ippor t s af ety go als th e now F light considers its main objectives. Those arc in department of transport sphere and are head- cc! bv a crosswind sod !lf Is rOK Looks landing strip at Cranbrook air-! L Ncver port to deal with erratic wind conditions. Also requested were Crows- neAt-Elk Valley remote control communication facilities for use, with later con- sideration for similar aids in Cohni] In a alley a nd Crcston areas. At present there are no facili- ties between Lethbridge and Cranbrook a i rport.s for I li is light aircraft service. Other objectives outlined to Mr. Stewart were department support for development of less costly and more effective emer- gency location transmitters for light aircraft. i Initial annual memlxirship meeting of a 150 potential op- erator-pilots in East Koote- nay will be in September, and meanwhile the into rim execu- tive will meet regularly toward ils objectives. R. J. Bryan of Cranbrook Is FJight 20 captain; Danny Per- rault, Cranbrook, Flight co- pilot; and D. A. Dakin, Cran- brook. navigator. n correctly nd- nvelope has fun- irards on thc The in member dressed c ny little bottom. Now, you don't have (o mem- orize t ho sc word s, Jet a lone pronounce them. The postal department Is handing out direc'tunes. I have one on my riphl now, (hanks fo joo Ma, ;ind it's do- I (fon'l have any RECEIVES GIFT Miss Dominion of Canada, Lana Drouiliard of Windsor, Ont., receives a painting from Coleman councillor Mrs, Emily Misura. Miss Dominion, of Canada alien dod Show) i me '72, on ice production present- ed by ihc Pass Figure Skating Club In the Colo- man Arena, I SMASH HIT Pig and Whistle and Snoopy Versu; numbers by Calhy BignelJ and Harry Schnell of tbe Cof S the Red Baron captured the hearts of 'Pass residents a! gory Winter Club and Frank and Miss Suzie I two performances of Showtime 72. It was presented re- Zonda, both of the Calgary Glencoe Club. Peggy Bronn, cenHy by fhe Crowsnesl Pass Figure Stealing Club in thc club professional, produced the show Coleman Arena. It included 26 performances, includino .Wrn Phninc Vern Decoux Photos Crowsiiest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vornjn Decoux, Resident Rep., Blofrmoro Phone 562-2149 These Are e COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area CLARESHOIM ANDERSEN P.O. Box 248 COUTTS MRS. MICE HACKE General Delivery COAIOAIE MBS. PETER TYMBURSKI.................. Box 1005 ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK P.O. Box 1852 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE P.O. Box 331 CROWSNEST PASS VtSN DECOUX General Delivery Contact these pcopVa lor your District or Classified Advertising To protest COALDALB (HNS) The town's assessment has been sot al 120, a rniso crcsf. co. HIR___________ limit's tirjesl luSenrice Witt Over 6000 Olfices in Koilft 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weelccloys, 9-5 Soturdciy Phone 327-3712 .NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY. ;