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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta GOLDEN and Mrs. Mike Juris of Picture Bulle will mark their Golden Wedding anniver- sary Sunday, May 14. A son, Joe Juris, will hold open house in honor of his parents at his home from 3 to 7 p.m. They hove three children, 13 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren and have lived in the district since 1938. They ask that no gifts be brought. Mrs. Arleue Scott named chairman of CARS campaign. CARDSTON Mrs. Arlene Scott will serve as chairman of the Cardston campaign com- mittee or the Canadian Arthrit- is and Rheumatism Society. Mrs. Scott heads a group of volunteers from the Cardslon CYWMIA who will raise funds during September for the so- ciety's attack on arthritis. "We realize that the chronic diseases of which arthritis is a prime example have re- placed acute diseases as the nation's most critical health said Mrs. Scott. "It is well to understand that, though the cause and cure of this crippling disease are not yet known, the progress of ar- thritis can be checked and se- vere disability prevented in four out of five patients." The Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society seeks to improve delivery of health care services for arthritis pa- tients. In the past 22 years it has brought the problem of rheumatic diseases from al- most total neglect to a point w h e r e the control of arthritis may not be far away. Much has been accomplished, but much, much more needs to be done. The society asks your sup- port of its campaign so that it may better serve the people Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blair-more Phone 562-2149 1972 TABER RODEO GOLD BAR TICKETS Available from Taber Elks Members or Ben Engleson Box 2224, Taber Draw Date: June 6, 1972 Past Winner: JACK MARUYANA, ST. ALBERT PINCHER CREEK (Special Chinook Health Unit vril conduct the following well-baby clinics during May: STAVELY: Monday, May C elementary school, to p.m. COLEMAN: Tuesday, May 9 United Church hall, t a.m. and to p.m. PINC..ER CREEK: Wednes day, May 10, health unit office to a.m. and t p.m. BLAIRMORE: Thursday May 11, health unit office, to a.m. and to p.m. HILLCREST: Friday, Ma 12, credit union office, t a.m. UELLEVUE: .Friday, Ma 12, town hall, to p.rr FORT MACLEOD: Tuesda; May 16, health unit office, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes day, May 17, health unit office to a.m. and t p.m. CLARESIIOLM: T h u T sdaj May 18, elementary school, to p.m. GRANUM: Friday, May 26 elementary school, to p.m. Fluoride tablets are availab' upon request. MOST ARE YOUNGER Only seven per cent of th estimated fanners in A bcrta are more than 70 year of age. White-Cockshutt Farm Equipment is pleased to announce that Farm Equipment Ltd. NOW OPEN in temporary offices located at 2620 2nd Ave. North At The Site Of New Dealership Soon To Be Completed Parts for Cockshutt, Oliver and Minn-Moline now arriving Interest Free Terms available on New and Used Tractors to Oct. and Mod The New Owners LYNN WILLIAMS and PAUL KRAUS Phone 328-1138 or 328-1139 JOINT INSTALLATION District commander Rusty Owen of Vulcan, leff, installed Aldo Vanoni as president of the BlairmorD Branch No. 7 officers installed includo vice-president Emmerson Brown and executive. members Eugene Rojek, Louis Biafore, Amelia Giacomuzzi, A. Fontana, Royal Canadian Legion; Mrs. Marie Vanoni, president of the Ladies' J. Johns, Cecil Olson, Brian Cervo, Ron Johnson, Ernie Lumi and Vern Auxiliary to the Legion; Doris Enzol, vice-president, and Helen Juhlin Decoux. Auxiliary officers include, secretary, Ruby Mark; treasurer, Vic as second vice-president. Zone Commander Harry Freeman, right, of Smaniotfo; and executive Veronica Edl, till Kutcher, Maggie Dancey Bellevue, assisted with the installation. Archie Hobson of filairmore acted and K. as sergeant-at-arms ond Mrs. Florence Freeman was pianisl. Legion _________________ Decoux Photo the Cartoon Bug Send your car-loom to The Leltibridge Herald, care of Mrs. Helen Knvaes, Box Lethbridge, Alberts. Win does H cartoonist e-el to develop and lock in on rrrtnin of dmrincl firel reason it to establish "rot as htf >ot M obriom t- the wu.nd reason. It helpc him rnnlrol distortion. A distorts in his line work. Style enables him to boW reicnonh Possessed sloleu revolver CRANBROOK (Special) County Court assize jury found Lome Murray Cam', 19, guilty of unlawful possession of a stol- en revolver valued at over Judge Michelangelo Proven- zano presiding at the session has remanded the youth a week [or sentence. Carry was charged following an incident last October stem- ming from an RCMP question- ing of a group of youths in a beer parlor. Carry fled dropping some- thing in his flight which was recovered later and identified as an unloaded mangum re- volver. The registered weapon was found to have been stolen a few days earlier 'Church is important' FORT MACLEOD (Special) "There is no need for the church to apologize for talking about money. It is the tool needed to accomplish an end. What good is it if it is not used to do what the church stands for? The church is important, let's give priority to it.'' These are the words of Ralph Tennant, stewardship secre- tary for the South Alberta of the United Church of Canada. He was speaking to leaders in congre- gations in the west end of the presbytery at a seminar held here recently. Total gifls. according to statistics, in the United Slates per person per year is in Canada, 80; in Alberta and in south Alberta it is he said. "The Church is here. The challenge is present. We need to be committed. We must cut costs, do away with frills; we must be more aware of the needs of people." Fred Holberton of Calgary, field secretary, said that church attendance is in- creasing in Calgary and gifts have also increased. "What motivates people to give? The people who are dedi- cated are the ones who are caught up in the machinery. Yet they are the worst enemies of the outreach program: they see the local needs and con- centrate on them." Rev. Ken Jordan, presbytery president, said the church has. during past 10 years, been call- ed dead but now it finds it's alive and well. "We have new programs, new hope. Ijet's go ahead. We must be specific. The people on the fringe are saying, 'Don't treat us like children. Tell it the way it is.' Be creative in communicating the message and don't be afraid to pub- licize the of the Church." It costs the government to get SI into the hands of the needy; some agencies manage to get 80 cents of the dollar where it was intended to go but. the church gets 92 cents of all missionary and service money into mission work, he said. These Are The letKbddge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY 141 CRANBROOK NANCY MILES (Special) ill, SI. S. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKIA EHNES Gun. Del. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGG 381 FAITH MRS. THEKtA EHNES Gen. Del. Contotl these peopta for your District Newt or Classified Advertising COME UP SMELLING LIKE ROSE.... WITH j Liquid Manure Spreader Sunday School FORT MACLEOD Special Rev. Helen Strover, convener of program nnrl leadership devel- opment of the Alhcrtn Confer- cnee of the tinted ChuiTh a visitor lo HID Fort Maclcod- charm recently. GREATEST CALUMET 1500 gal vacuum tank of rust resistant steel plate: dished ends fnr strength. Heavy steel structures inside tank provide great rigidity: float check valve shuts off vacuum full. 7 guage steel support beams: support en- tire tank length and prevent tank deforma- tion: eliminates metal fatigue. beam fandom makes rough I fields seem smooth. Independently woik- ...p; nghl and left heams: each beam's whppls follow land rontnur: centre pr.'nl n-e and fail nf wheels pullms. Distributed hy So why don't you call the aUme dealer in your ares and tell him you want to share in the secret. In Edmonton, Red Deer, Stettler and Calgary call MASTER FEEDS. Stony Plain: MUIR FEED SERVICES In Lethbridga rail: GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LTD. and in Barrhead 'Rive: CUNNINGHAM EQUIPMENT a call. INDUSTRIES LTD 419 34th AVB. S.r. Calvary 24 2434601 ;