Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Mrs. Josephine Ell CWL at Grassy Lake as members prepare to wage long abortion fight Walkatlion Salurtlav al Cards ton Thursday, May 10, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HE RAID 33 Miss Gail Greeno feted CARDSTON (HNS) The Cardston Junior High School is GRASSY LAKE Grassy Lake Catholic Women's League members attended mass recently, during which time the following officers were metalled for the ensuing year: Past-president, Mrs. Wilma Fettig; president, Mrs. Jose- phine Ell; first vice-president, Mrs. Margaret Gross; second vice-president, Mrs. Mary Kus- laik; third vice-president, Mrs. Dorothy Gross; secretary. Mrs. Florence Matz; and treasurer, Mrs. Arlene Ell. The conveners installed in- cluded church life, Mrs. Mar- garet Gross, social, economic and civic life, Mrs. Mary Kusa- laik; sending cards to the sick, Mrs. Dorothy Gross; communi- cations and public relations, Mrs. Connie Fettig; altar, Mrs. Stella Knibb; and Christian family life, Mrs. Violet Ell. A business meeting followed the installation with several items on the agenda. First Communion breakfast followed the recent mass. Plans were made for the gra- duation mass and breakfast for the Chamberlain students, with May 27 as the tentative date. Members of the CWL will cater to a local wedding June 23 and will also help at the senior citizens tea to be held at Clearview June l. The president gave the high- lights of the annual convention which was held at Banff April 34, 15 and 16. The main guest at the convention was Dr. Hea- ther Morris of Toronto, repre- senting the Alliance for Life crusade. The main points of her talk stressed that once con- ceived, life is "human and God- given." Abortion, she said, is out- right killing of the most de- fenseless. Dr. Morris stated that 40 000 abortions v.eie performed in this country in the past two Remanded without plea at Pincher PINCHER CREEK (Special) Two men charged with at- tempting to rob a mail truck al Brocket were remanded i without pica or election recent- ly in provincial court here until Tuesday. June 12. Apparently the lengthy re- mand was requested by the1 Crown Charged with the incident, al- leged to have taken place in j the early morning hours of Feb. i 28. were Paul Lukiv, 46, of New Westminister, B.C, and Jean j Jacques Rochon. 45, of Mon- j treal. Que They were appre- bended in Arrowwood area a few hours after the truck driv- er reported to police that two armed men jumped him and tried to got the keys to the vehicle when he was unloading mail at the Brocket Post Office Many young childless couples are seeking to adopt small babies but they are no longer available due to this "horren- dous practice of abortion.'' "We must make our views on this be she said. "It is our duty to support groups such as Birth Right." Dr. Morris stressed that we must keep writing letters to the federal government officials. stating that we are very opposed to "legalization abortion" in Canada. sponsoring a walkathon. It will miles away. Letters may be sent directly Seddon to Prime Minister Trudeau, Otto Lang and Mr. Lalonde. It is hoped that 150 students jwill take part in the project, of j be held Saturday, May 12. as is Jieeded to purchase The walk will begin at the j gymnastic mats for the school's School, near use. and terminate at Cardston, 20 NEW DAYTON Gail Greeno, of Bri- an Kieiuik of Lethbridge. was showered with gifts recently at a gathering here. Green and yellow, the colors chosen by the bride for her attendants, were used in the ed the bride's table. It was cen- tred with an arrangement of flanked by yellow candles. BIG PLAYGROUND Ontario's Algonquin Park re- sists of 2.750 square miles of decorations Streamers enhanc-1 forest and lake land Mrs. Armstrong i entertains i historians CLARESHOLM fSpeclaU An octogenarian stepped in and saved the day at a meet- ing of the Willow Creek His- torical Association at the Fly- i ing 1C. Charles McBnen, High River was scheduled to speak but in his absence, Mrs. Laura Armstrong of Nanton, enter- tained i-he audience. Mrs. Arm- strong is 89 years old but has trained as an elocutionist She entertained the large audience with several tccitations. Raymond 1'art, piesident. called on Gocrpc Lane He gave ar. interest'iig summary of his famih's histon Lunch was sened b> Mrs Jean Hoare The meeting was attended bj about 40 from Slavery, Grar.um. Creek, Fort j nd Claresholm. 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