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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Mrjy 26, 1972 IMF inilBRlDGB HCPAID 3 POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKAR1) We ju.sl have one nf miracles, Ihc rich, hrillianl nral colorislic sym- phony enlillcrt Sprint! and Ilic Unfolding of Die Monday we sec a liglil yellow- green fuxzinrr on the branches. A few clays later the world is green. Look up the avenue at the trees the tonal patlcrn is amazing! 1 like green leaves they contain chlorophyll. And how unusual for Lelh- hridge, the wind is Mowing! A technicolor motion picture, the wind gently whipping the trees. I grab my nil paints and a big canvas, all slrctchcd, stack the easel in the trunk nncl the kidr- in the back seat and beckon Hildcgard to journey with me to Earl's farm. How unusual, the wind is blowing at Earl's farm too. Great! Just right for wind paint- ing. How can I describe the scene? We have the sky, mostly blue. Across this resttul infinity float clouds, white around the edges. They float gently at ninety mile1; an hour in the faint breeze. I set up the easel, tying it carefully to a couple of small boulders. Whal a lovely pastoral scene! There is Chief Mountain and his associates, lined up like executives in Ihe boardroom, and swirling around Ihcir crag- gy, wliitc-topped peaks, are fantastic rings of steel-grey clouds, like cigarette smoke at the editorial conference. Below the mountains we have strips of grey, then a stripe of pure green (someone's winter wheat is growing now a field of darker green and an- other strip of something with a golden Iw.c of dandelions out the weed All around the gentle bills arc covered with velvet greens or the soft, pale yellows of the stubble. Well, flic easel is taking a buffeting but the anchor ropes arc holding fasl. Now, we stand upwind, or downwind, depending on where the easel is, and squeeze a bit of paint in the air. The wind catches it. 11 Hies at the can- vas. What a beautiful effect! Now some vermilion, a touch of vcridian. just a hint of ultra- marine blue Ihe wind lakes the paint right from Die tube and places it neatly on the creation. Zap! Modern art! So interest- ing. so varied, so vivid and so easy! Wind painting! Down with religious expressionism, down with non-objectivity, down with the whole darn kit and kaboodle of abstractions! Up wilh wind painting! After an hour of blowing in the wind. Ihc painting is finish- ed. Beautiful! Oh, my goodness! What's happening? A violent gust of wind! Grab the canvas! We've airborne! The rope plays saved by a knot! Saved by a knot catching under the boulder! Well, here we are flying like a kite high over the fields. A bird's eye view. And down be- low. Ihcy're watching the picture window. Gosh, it the rope breaks? What next? Well, I am happy to see Earl come ninriing across the field. But waif, the worst is yet to come. He's going to let the kids fly me! It's enough to make a fellow give up art. Wind-blown dust and straw cover the canvas. It's ready for framing! LAST MINUTE CHANGES Humorisl Don E. Behrens of Milk River mokes some lasl- minule changes on bis script, The Year Lelhoridge Won Ihe Grey Cup, lo be staged Sat- urday, Sunday and Monday nights in Ihe Erie River! High School auditorium at Milk River. Son Terry Behrens looks on. Ticknls are on sale al Quinn's Drug Slore and Ellert's Foodmasler, Milk River, and from Marlin Wilde, Coulls, ol for adulls and 50 cenls for students under 12. -Phil Faulds Pholo SOLO Back day care, for .dro-in centre NATAL (HNS) School Iru.v Ices al Fcrnic huvc sei 1 h n sUipe fur n change in elcmcnlary iiiMrudioii in Ihe district. for I'OAl.DALI-: MI.NS) Town pupils s JL -B. (Jrop in r-f-nln1, Ihc local Oppor- 1 Youth projfcl en orrlinaltjrs arn K.'ilhy number in or'lcr lo The'lTO-n will rcnlal fees ,T'1C lo I'ridi'c (he pip exislinc II v.ili also pav (or a phone. tllc', dl'7cns llle in Ihc S.VOIH Hall but no; he Imila" lhc Imvn for a nionihs lu win k Ihu bct'ls in Ihc area. In Ihe clay care cent IT, Ihc. The SOl.O projcel will call for i needed lo have a phone inslal- Ri-caler public involvement in led will be paid by (he. town Ihc eloincnlaiy proRram. and later returned" wbcn the Tbis involvemcnl will lake program is concluded. Ibe form of volunteer leaclung S p o r I splox admiraslralion aides. or resource malerial j commillec, headed by Mayor for lonfi dislancc The MOO deposit which is plan is lo kike care of Indian children parents aro in liic sugai bc'Ct fields during (lie Mrs. Dami Stuchohki showered with gifls IRON SPRINGS (HNS) A miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Dana Staciiofski was held Garagcmcn Jjave complaint COALDALE (HNS) Gaso- line tanks situated near a bulk fuel dealer location arc a cause of concern lo the Coaldale Gar- agemen's Association. The association alleges the dealer is supplying fuel to in- dividuals, contrary to regula- tions. in the Ilunlsville School audi- torium recently. Mrs. Craig Miller was the master of ceremonies. A variely program of instru- mental and vocal selections was presented, followed by e reading by Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Stachofski was present- ed with gifts for her future home. She was assisted by Miss Sir! Staciiofski. A buffet lunch was served by Mrs. U. Erno and Mrs. F. Bas- kiji lo Ihe 55 ivomen attending. Bingo June 1 SPARWOOD (HNS) A bingo will be sponsored by the Father Anthony Council, K n i g h I s of j Columbus, June 1 al S p.m. Twelve games will be played for cash prizes. Proceeds from the bingo will bo used for the building fund. Burdett loses COALDALE (IKS) The Coaldale learn "B" coached by Rudy Poeltcker beal Burdell bolb times in a double header. The first score was 25 to for Coaldale. ,lim Cook pitched all Ihe way witll Jim Martens hitting a liome run. Second game score was 22 to 3, pilched by Jim Martens. Jim Cook hit two home runs. FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 26 27th ARE THE FINAL 2 DAYS of Our Spring INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS Reg. 13.50 gpl. (Also available in 2 DAY SALE 2 9Ql5 INTERIOR SATIN LATEX Reg. 11.75 gal. (Also available in FINAL 1 DAY SAIE.......... EXTERIOR WHITE Reg. 13.50 gal. FINAL 2 DAY SALE..... EXTERIOR PRIMER FINAL 2 DAY SALE.......... ,50 13-50 WHITE FENCE PAINT FINAL rt 00 2 DAYS SALE............ gals. Those aro all guaranteed No. 1 painli from oul regular Dock, HUDSON DECORATING LTD. 412 13lh ST. NORTH PHONE 320-6696 doings Spot old cars COALDALE (HNS) Own- ers of old, abandoned cars parked on town boulevards will be contacted by Chief of Police Victor Mayer and will be asked lo co-operate by removing them. At least 15 such vehicles have been noted around town. Abandoned cars, particularly those left upside down, do not add lo the beauty of the town, especially when travellers come to visit. Wholesale outlet TAKER IIINRi Acklands Limited, distributors to the auto- motive, industrial, steel and welding Irades. will open first satellite wholesale busi- ness in southern Albcna durbig the lasl week in May. It will be located in the ThanaseJos B u i 1 d i n g on 47th Avo., formerly occupied by the liquor store and more recently by Tabcr Radio and TV. An of- ficial opening is being planned, Robert McGregor of Lolh- bridpc will be store manager, assisted by Bruce Park also of LctJibridgc. Race in tubs SPARWOOD (UN'S) A bath- tub race will take place May 23. The cut is sponsored by the SparwoorJ Activities Club. It will start at 2 p.m. at the Greenwood Shopping Mall, go as far as the Sparwood dump and return to the mall. Cash prizes will be awarded. Fighf litter NATAL H-fA'Si Pupils of Sparwood Elementary and stu- dents from the Sparwnod .Sec- ondary School undertook special clean-up projects as part of the Anti-Ijittcr Week program in the province. IVKAK Alf Long worth elected C? bv 'Pass Country Club I found outside of the school sys- A. F. Blakie, will meet lo (cm, involvement of parenls in make arrangements for Hie fa- A new law in New Zealnml decision making and a mini- cililics for the OFY program. requires persons over 15 in tho her of oilier innovative inter-1 The town had allocated S300. front scat of a or nncr i actions of schools with the com- muiiily. BLAIRMORE (CNF Bureau) Alt Longworth has been elected president of the Crows- nest Pass Golf, and Country Club. Larry Pizzey will take over duties of vice-president. John Albizzati lias accepted the duties of secretary Ireasiir- er Henry Dcsaunoy was named club captain and .lack Patter- son is vice-club caplain. The greens committee in- cludes Henry Desaunoy, Jerry Pinotti, Frank Plowman, Wil- bur Raymond, Harry Draper and Kenncy Roonic. VALEDICTORIAN Wes- ley .Sorgarrl of Iron Springs will be valedictorian at t b e Picture Butte High School graduation ceremony Friday, .Mure 2. S. YV. Hooper, depart- ment of education consultant, will speak. "Friends witll }ou" is the theme. After the banquet students irill dance to thp. music of Four Hits and a Miss. Tlicre arc 71 grads this rear. Coaldale Kinsmen active friend Lo town citizens COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Kinsmen Club lias been extremely active during the 1971-72 season it was slated in the annual report presented I by McLennan, presi- i1 dent, recently. The club has had various fund-raising projects. Included: a Kin-Trek in nclling -IM; an orance drive; a rorlen: Ihe club received a grant from the, provin- cial government to assist in up- grading the Kinsmen Rodeo grounds: parLJcip.-ition in (he Kingo Bingo; the annual stag with aboul SI.ion in profit; New Year's Eve dance; Grey- Cup pools: hockey pools on Saturday night TV games; and Cherry Belle tickels. Funds raised were used in Back Scouts COAUMU; (IlXSi- -Earlier 'i Hoy Seoul Mall ('om m ill re nnw bring j fulfilled by Iwn r-nnnnl. I Council had .vikl Ihr n would match dollar Inr dollar, up to on what Ihe commit- lee would give lo repaint the facilities. Tho nclual painting is now being done hy Die Opportunities Tor Yonlh project group which is preparing to opcrale a Drop- In Centre in Ihc hall sum- mer. The club sponsored Ilic Uni- vcrsily of Concert. Choir. K, porfomitd (o a full Kale Andrews High School auditorium. A lolal of was ?prnl by (be clnJ) In cover Ihc floor of Ihe Spnrlsplrx rocrcnlinn hall wil.h lilc. Lnst year ?i2.oon was conlributpd to the building of l.iic SporLsplox complex, llii.s money was raided Ihrouph the Kinsmen's pi'ojorls involving Ihr pcnplr In Ihc comnmnily. Aspislnnco Rivrn lo Ihr iirlmi! Tr.'ivrl Tour rnrnlly. Mosl. rcrcnlly Ihr club sponsored Ilic annual Kin-Trek. If all pledges nrc collected the nmnunl could be about Highlight of the year was Iho chartering of Ihc new Kinsmen club at Tabcr. Much lima and efforl was .'-pent on Ibis proj- "Ilic moM proj- ecl NIC- dub ha., C-MT under- Entertainmcnl will be catered by Jerry Pinotti, Brace Kutch- er, Glen Poullon and Evalyn Farano. The season was opened wilh a two ball tournanienl The course has nine boles laid out in fl scenic, wind-free, mountain area. The club is planning on pul- ling in three grass tec boxes this season and making other improvements to the course During last season water committee chairman Ernie Drew organized and planned a program (hat saw the club in- stall feet of four-inch water main. It services 12 sprinklers with pressure pro- vided by a gas pump. Extensions to Ibe watering system arc being planned this season. As a result the entire course will gave preen grass. The club has a mcmbcrslu'p of about 100. Anyone wishing to make cash vehicle to wear scat bells or donations to Ihe OFY project safety harnesses. Six ones two times three (S1E 2T3) Make up your own way to remember your code. Then send it to your friends. M PDSTRGDQEPQSTflL the following community scr vice work: 73 chairs purchased for the new recreation hnll in Llio Coaldale Sporlsplex; the annual Si00 scholarship at Kale Andrews High School; a communily .service luis; busing minor hockey teams lo many panics in .southern AiberU, judo rlub was Inkcn lo various tournaments: and oilier prnups were transported lo many dit- j MALT LIQUOR o KEEFE BREWING COMPANY LIMITED '.I Iicsc nrc llic rxlras you'll clismvrr ruin-li longer to full m.iluriiv' 11 me you open n. boll lr.nl O'lvr >M 10 MHI ;iml umnntchc'l Malt: Liquor. 'J ho ol' ,i. Mii'milm? Ti y il. Sioi k up -u iili OKI Sine k. blciiclinc; of Jmrst inf.'.in'lirnis -uiili rxlKi extra, time. .lAlra Old Slock is ;