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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Driver education helped these students Two hundred students have completed the driver education course at Kate Andrews High School at Coaldale. Graduates gather, from left, Roscmna Slemko, Tony Martens, Don Tsujiura, Hennie Machielse, Ken Meheden, Lola Livergood, Karen Cherniwchan, Ron Filkowski, Jacob Van Rijn, Eric Neufeld, Patrick Pavan, Judy Mehrer, Faith Takeda, Louise Beekman, Rita Sincennes, Linda Virginillo, Carol Ober and Paula Gregorach. In the car: Sandy Friesen, teacher, and student Natalie 4Love is constructive' NEW DAYTON members met at the home of Mrs. Jim Boss for the May meeting of the Unitsd Church Women. Mrs. 'Donald Skeith opened the meeting with a pcam en- titled Spring. The devotion, Love is Con- structive, was given by Mrs. Elton Duell. Roll call involved donations of used clothing. Miss Marilyn Tatem, district home economist, will be at New Dayton, May 25, at 2 p.m. to speak to the women of the com- munity. May 26 a horseshoe tourna- will be held here. RADIO SIGNALS Kadio signals have been ob- served to come from the sun, the moon, the planets, the centre of our galazy, and from other galaxies. Scoutin By CA. Weekes From Nijmegen, Holland, we caught a speedy diesel train to Utrecht where we mounted a bus direct to Schi- phol airport. We had something to eat and boarded the British Air- ways plane at We were checked over very thorough- ly for weapons and explo- sives. In short order we weie off the ground and over the North Sea with so much cloud below that we saw nothing u ntil the Scottish coast was sighted. We then had one brief, dear view of the Queen's Ferry Bridge across the Firth of Forth before we came down in a rainstorm. Our frier.d awaited us and a joyful reunion ensued. Then KEY 73 PREACHING MISSION The Salvation Army Cor. 13th St. and 4th Ave. May 21 to May 25 EACH NIGHT AT P.M. MONDAY Captain A. Oliver Salvation Army, Medicine Hat Music Rev. and Mrs. M. Israelson of The Pentecostal Tabenacle, Lethbridge. TUESDAY Rev, R. Deasley The Church of The Nazorene Music Church of The Nazarene WEDNESDAY Rev. D. Goldsmith The Alliance Church Music The Alliance Church THURSDAY Rev. Albert Baldeo Coaldale United Church Music from Coaldale United Church FRIDAY Rev. H. J. Jost The Evangelical Free Church Music Group from The Evangelical Free Church ALL CHRISTIANS ARE URGED TO PRAY EVERYONE OF ALL FAITHS IS INVITED PROCLAMATION WHEREAS MENTAL RETARDATION is among the great- est chronic afflictions of children and adults; and WHEREAS it i snow known that with proper training and the opportunity to develop their skills, they can grasp the joy of .achievement and can come a long way towards independent living :and WHEREAS this Community can> benefit both socially and economically from the training and education of the mentally retarded ;and WHEREAS the Lethbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded is a voluntary association of citi- zens enabling us all to work together to achieve the goals o ftraining and educating the retarded; and WHEREAS at this time, the Lethbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded is seeking public sup- port and understanding fo rit's program on behalf of the mentally retarded who live in our midst and who need our help; NOW THEREFORE, I Andrew Anderson, MAYOR of the City of Lethbridge, do hereby proclaim the period of time for May 13th to 19th (inclu- sive) 1973, as NATIONAL WEEK FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED in this city, and urge every member of this com- munity to give thoughtful support and under- standing to this program which will strength- en and enrich the lives of the mentally retard- ed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I HAVE hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the City of Lethbridge to be affixed this 1st day of May, 1973. A.D. A. C. Anderson Mayor we were off by car to Stenhuismuir. The next four days were full marve- lous excursions. We drove along the Firth of Clyde to Heliensburgh, t he n swung r.orth around the end of Loch Lomond and all the way down to the south end at Balioch before returning. To a Canadian it is surpris- ing how short a route is and jet so much is to be seen. Ben Lomond is a bit short compared to many Canadian mountains. Loch Lomond is bonny. Our second jaunt was north to Pitlochry in the certral highlands. Roads were wind- ing through narrow valleys with heather covered slopes. Much cf northern Scot- land's wonderful system o f hjdro electric power plants draw power from the dams and reservoirs on this route. We passed Loch Tmnmel and rolled along through the Sona Glen. Here the topography reminded one strongly cf the of the Rockies. Everywhere along this route were Highland Sheep. Tuey were so close to the highway they were a hazard to motorists. Our path back led through Aberfeldy and other beautiful little towns. One slight disappointment was encountered in our next jaunt. We went up by train to Edinburgh and reached the famous castle gates just as they closed. We did, how- ever, walk along part of the Royal Mile along Princess Street. The Sir Walter Scott Me- morial was well worth see- ing. We can say that Edin- burgh's stores, bcskstores es- pecially, are good and the tea served in the restaurants de- lightful. Still, no bagpipes were to be heard except by those lucky cnes who did get into the castle. Edinburgh will have to be revisited at a later date. It is amazing how the huge castle up on the mountain dominates the city. We attended a troop meet- ing of the Torwood Troop which celebrates its 60th an- niversary May 26. This was originally Sir Ian Bolton's troop and on the anniversary the trcop and Cubs will wear a golden falcon, part of Sir lan's family crest. They wear kilts and are occupied with all manner of Scout training. While the boys were busy ihe top assistant leader whisked me over to West Plean, Sir lan's hall. Luckily, he was at home and was most pleased to re- ceive a visitor from Canada. We had known him through two previous jamborees, 1953 and the 8th World, and he re- called several Alberta lead- ers including former Scout Executive II. B. Hollow ay. When in Lethbridge he visited Mr. Hew he laughed to hoar of the Pied Piper cf Camp Woods. Sir Ian is now 80 years of age but is still intensely in- terested h all community projects. He is quite active, for his years. He has retired from his former post as Lord Lieutenant of Sterlingshire. It is interesting to know that he was one of the boys who par- ticipated in Lord1 Baden Pow- cii's Brownbca Island camp which was a pilot project for Scouting in 1907. He is a close friend of Lord Rowallan, for- mer Chief Scout of the Brit- ish Commonwealth. Our contact with Scottish scouting all came about when a Torwood Pack W olf Cub came to the door of the home where we were staying. He was out to raise funds for Scouting by the so-called "bob a job" plan. In this plan, each boy performed some kind of work for which he re- ceived a shilling or What fun it is to meet fel- low Scouts, old or young, when in another land. What- ever you do, apply for a let- ter of introduction if you go outside of Canada. Canadians in ordinary dress should wear a Maple Leaf pin. On top of all that we count on you giving Canada a good nama by your polite and courteous manner. A Scout smile should be worn at all times. Try it fellows! Good hunting, all! Mrs. SiMey to host June parley COUTTS (HNS) Coutts United Church Women met in the church recreation hall. Some of the committees for the fall project were appointed and entercainmenit was suggest- ed. The tentative date was set for Oct. 24. A number of handicraft arti- cles were on display. Tiie June meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Sibley. EXTINCT MAMMALS Of the 100 species of mam- mals that have become extinct on earth during the last years, 75 have disappeared within the last 200 years. Gifts opened by Miss Gaits COUTTS Diane Gaits, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delwin Gaits, was honor- ed recently with a shower in the Coutts Civic Centre. The hostesses from Milk River and Coutts. The Vintage 5 musical group entertained the crowd that at- tended. Assisting the bride-elect at the gift table were her sister, Kathy Gaits, and Brenda Bras- sard. Peggy Plump recorded the gifts. Miss Diane Gaits and Dean Ellert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren (Bud) Ellert of Milk River will be married in St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Milk River, at 4 p.m. Open house reception and a dance will be held at Coutts in the civic centre at p.m. Wednesday, May 16, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 'ft District News I i In Brief I FURRIERS TIME THE LETHBRfDGE FURRIERS PHONE 327-2209 STORAGE SALE Take Notice McLEAN MOVING LTD. 640 6th ST. S., LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Under the terms of the Warehousemen's Lien Act has for sale the following goods: Mr, A. O. Donaldson, Lot number Orange Z 1 suit 3 bags of personal and household effects. Mr. R. B. Dunne, Lot number Blue N chesterfield, 2 chesterfield chairs, mattress box spring, rug, chest of drawers, night table, 3 cartons of household personal effects. Mr. Richard Gignac, Lot number Orange Z 3 cartons of personal household effects. Mr. F. McHught Lot number Red F 3 dressers, chedar chest, 3 bed side tables, bed mattress, mirrors, foot stool, lawn chair, 2 folding screens, cartons of house- hold personal effects, roll of lino, small rugs, chest of drawers. Mr. Gerald McKinney, Lot number 15 7 cartons of personal household effects. Mr. M. Rak, number Orange K meat counter, 3 shelves. Mr. Russ Slater, Lot number White L 3 garbage cans, electric stove, table 2 chairs, wicker chair, hideabed chair, 2 end tables, coffee table, 1 rug, curtain rods, bed- room suite, bed mattress, corner fable, 2 cartons, screen, vanity slool, plastic sani can, magazine stool, garden fork. Sale will be held at HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE 1920 2nd AVE. 5. Thursday, May 24th, 1973, af p.m. 1 KC0K1MUD mm w MORE REMNANTS ROLLS and END ROLLS 32% sq. Nylon 3 27% 57% sq. Sq. Yord Reg. tone .............7.95 Nylon, mint, shag 9.95 Nylon avocado shag 12.95 Nylon green shag.....12.95 Wool, beige 15.95 Acrilan, varsity brown 19.95 Nylon shag, blue green 9.95 80 sq. yds. Nylon shag, sun yellow 12.95 102 sq. yds. Rubber backed tweed 8.95 23 sq. yds. Rubber backed patterned 12.95 22 sq. yds. Nylon shag, heavy moss 18.95 REMNANTS 13'xl2' Shag, green........239.00 12'xl7'5 12'xl2'3" Wool, blue (Forrest Hill) 490.00 Shag, nylon, yellow toned 220.00 100% wool, avocado (Forrest Hill) 169.0O 239. OO 110.0O 660.00 349.00 Looped orange propylena, rubber backed 225.00 16'xl2' Shag, nylon, jade 279.00 12'xl2' Indoor-outdoor looped acriian, gold 199.00 Shag, nylon, gold 169.00 Rubber backed nylon, patterned 199.00 12'xl2' Nylon, burnt orange, plush shag 299.00 12'xl2' Nylon shog, lime 169.00 Il'xl2' Polypropylene 3 toned orange, looped 150.00 Shag, nylon, yellow toned 229.00 12'x12' Nylon shag, lime 169.00 149.00 169.00 129.OO 119.0O 139.00 229.00 89.0O 79.00 129.0O 99.00 Sq. Yard Reg. Shag, nylon, off while 159.00 Polypropylene looped, brown ........................169.00 Acrilan, red plush shag 359.00 Nylon rubber backed, patterned 239.00 12'xl4'7" Acrilan tip sheared, 3 'one green 259.00 12'xl2' Nylon shag, green........215.00 Nylon red shag 269.00 12'xl2' Looper polypropylene, Stoned red 160.00 Acrilan tip sheared, 3 toned bronie 259.00 9'xl2' Indoor-outdoor, rust, looped 139.00 9'xl2' Tip sheared nylon, 3 toned green 149.00 Polypropylene, brown looped 169.00 Polypropylene, 3 toned red, looped ................................140.00 Shag, nylon, mulfi toned color 149.00 9'x9'4" Nylon, green looped 109.00 10'xl2' Wool, Forest Hill blue 399.00 Nylon, red toned shag 179.00 Acrilan, looped, green------259.00 Rubber backed polypropylene looped, green 139.00 Nylon, 3 toned red, looped 129.00 Acrilan plush shag, emerald 149.00 Nylon tip sheared, 3 toned brown 129.00 10'xl2' Ozite rubber backed, orange 79.00 10'x12' Nylon looped, geld toned 109.00 Acrilan tip sheared, 3 toned red .............................189.00 Polypropylene twist, gold (as is) ...............................139.00 Acrilan, gold looped 195.00 Nylon hi-low, white (as is) 129.00 Antistatic nylon, orange shag, plush ................................229.00 10'xl2' Nylon shag, gold 130.00 Rubber backed kUcTien carpet, red toned 65.00 Sq. Yard Sale 99.00 84.50 279.00 179.00 199.00 149.00 179.00 89.00 199.00 69.00 79.00 89.00 69.00 69.00 49.00 229.00 119.OO 149.OO 69.00 89.00 79.00 79.00 47.5O 69.00 129.00 79.00 99.OO 50.00 179.0ft 79.00 39.00 CARPET MATS from up CONVENIENT TERMS! OPEN Till 9 P.M. THURS. AND FRI. NIGHTS! I each 326 5th Street South Phone 327-8578 SMALL Priced to Clear! Sizes 2'xl2' to 6'xl2' Priced From li ;