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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, November 2 1972 Vulcan book next spring VULCAN A Vulcan history book, describing the early liis- IOIT of Vulcan and district, covering about 16 townships, including the main districts of Brant. Kirkcaldy, Ensign and Heid Hill, will be available for sale to Ihe public in the spring. The cost will be about The number of books will be limited so a 55 deposit sent to the Vulcan and District His- torical Society will reserve a copy._______________________ HOW TO SLEEP WITHOUT PILLS Arc you a regular user of sleeping pills? If letter think twice! According lo many experts, sedatives can aggravate the problem are intended to cure. That's why you should know lowto cope with sleeplessness safely. Learn the difference Between "light sleep" and "deep why you need both. Leam how the proper exercise and eating habits can help. And learn low to turn sleepless hours to use instead of abuse. Read HOW TO BEAT INSOMNIA -WITHOUT BLEEPING one of 38 articles and features in the November Reader's Digest. Pick up your copy today! the Cartoon Bug Sena your IB The Lelhbrldgi Herald, cnrn of Helen Kovacs, Box ITS, Lelhbrlilqe, A Iberia. SMItlMITE V V V V V IT "I'D LIKE TO STAY FOR1 I'D LIKE TO ST-YY FOR THE EM) OF Till', MOVIE, BUT, I'M JimChftiier, Age 15 Burlington, Onl. IVhy piaciicd the pag rlnon when some oih- fiirm uf cartooning uy interest, you llccunse I he key lo lie craft.... The hub of l.narn lo and MHI'VC r.nhancc.d your of every other con- ceit-able cartoon career. Strips, advertising) spurts, comic hooks.... 'Keep up the good work' SPAEWOOD (HNS) Mem- bers of the Sparwood Art Club displayed their work and paint- ings by other artists in the Ca- nadian Bank of Commerce at Ihe Greenwood Shopping Mall. The paintings were of many moods: light, gay, and somhrc. There were portraits of In- dian children and adults. The club meets each Thurs- day at p.m. at the Leon Ilenriete residence. Anyone in- terested is invited to attend. A painting of a winter scene by Mrs. Joyce Girhiny of Cole- man was won by Mrs. Loul; Pes of Elk Valley. The picture donated by the artist, raiset for the Sparwood Rccre ation Complex. A book uras placed inside th< bank for viewers to note theii comments on the work of the artists. Some o[ Uie comments "Way "Very "Keep up the good work." "It is good to know there is so much talent in the area.' Chess players needed Rebekahs test eyes in 'Pass BLAIRMORE (CMP Bureau) The C r o w v i e w Hebekah Lodge is sponsoring free visual acuity tests in Crowsnest Pass towns for preschool children The tests will be held in the old bakery building in Eellevue Monday, Nov. 6, in the Credit Union Hall, Blairmore, Tues- day, Nov. 7; and in the Cole- man Elks Hall, Wednesday, Nov. D. The clinics will be held from 10 to 12 noon and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the three locations. SPAEWOOD (IINS) Per- sons interested in chess can come to Sparwood Chess Club meetings. For the time being these are held at the Blue Jay Bakery Centennial Square, each Mon day p.m. Hospital employees meet SPARWOOD (HNS) The regular meeting of the Michel- Natal Hospital Employees Un- ion No. 1BO was held recently at the home of Mrs. Josephine Feragolti. H. Perkins, staff representa- tive for the Michel-Natal unit, was presented with a farewell gift. He will no longer be rep- resentative for the local group. His territory from now on will only cover the West Kootenay and Okanagan areas. B e v Hutchinson, presentee Mr. Perkins with a silver spoon bearing the District of Spar wood crest. The next regular meeting wil be held at the home of Mrs. Pa Johnson of Sparwood Nov. 13 a p.m. USED IN EAST Yogurt has been used in the Near East and the Balkan states for centuries. ThelimelsNow Gotta Move! Velveteen pants Streaking off with flair Mood-lripping is beautiful when you're sheathed in legs ol supple cotton velveteen. Flaring to 2 back patch pockets. Zipper front. Black Dears Quality Cosls No More al Simpsons-Sears STORE HOUR'S: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9731 POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKARD By golly! They've done il again! Just like 1930! This election was just like the one in 1930 when R. B. Bennett whipped William Lyon Mackenzie Kingl A clear majority for the Conservatives I Here is the Pot-Hole Coulee Computer's election analysis, with valid, historical comparisons ev- erything Pot-Luck readers have been breathlessly awaiting. Don't let those TV comparison-makers lead you astray. There's nothing worse in politics than a faulty comparison. The Hon. Bob Stanfield, underwear and tear, is ready to form a government. And all the TV boys comparing this election to the fading memory of Louis St. Laurent being de- voted. Ha, ha, it is to laugh! Go back into history when you make compari- sons, boys, and the farther back you go the fur- ther from the present you get. In this respect, note the great similarity between this election and the one ol July 27, 1930. The late Dr. J. S. Stewart, Gen. Stewart as we remember him now, took the lead of about 358 votes over the late A. G. Baalim. There were nine polls in the city proper and votes cast. In this election Ken Hurlburt received votes, more than Andy Russell. Note the similarity. Remarkable, isn't it? Back in 1930, not so long ago really when you skip the 1940s and 50s, with the exception of the Sample rooms and Miners' hall, Dr. Stewart headed the count in every poll. Just look at the 1930 figures out in the remember that T. 0. King was in the running too. Note the similarity, Mr. King for the UFA and Keith Hancock for the Social Credit Party. Remark- able, isn't it? Anyways, out in the sticks, here's the way it went: (Baalim, King and Clarinda, 3, 14 and 6; One-Fourteen, 23, 24 and 16; Coutts, 42, 14 and 81; One-Sbtteen, 0, 7 and 4; and so on. Now comparing that to the 1972 vote, we find: (Hancock, Hal Hoffman, Hurlburt and Sun- dial, 1, 5, 40 and 6; Ban-hill, 3, 7, 104 and 15; Spring Ridge, 3, 3, 122 and 10; and So On, 3, 2, 119, and 12. See how we can learn from history? All these little places are still little. In fact some of them have disappeared! Others are still disappearing! So there really is progress! Let's pretend Mr. Stanfield won and get on with it! The 1972 lead: "The Progressive Conserva- tive party won Canada's 30th federal election today- subject to some likely out the gov- erning Liberals 109 seats to 108." And the almost identical 1930 situation: "TORON- TO, Ont, July 28 At p m., eastern standard time, the Canadian Press reports the election of 213 members put of 245, distributed by parties as follows: Conservatives, 123, Liberals, 74, United Farmers of Alberta, 9, Progressive, 1, Labor, 2, Liberal-Progres- sive, 2, and Independents, 2." So it's clear that we have remarkably fewer parties in this election. And the Hon. R. B. Bennett did a lot more than we give him credit for! What happened to the Liberal-Progressives? Now that's the answer. Mr. Bob Stanfield, sir, re- name your remarkable party'. And a special goodnight lo anybody willing to compare things. Passiwords CWL bazaar Saturday BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Annes Roman Catholic Women's League annual bazaar ind tea will be held in the Blairmore Elks Hall from to p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4. It will feature tables of fancy work, home baking, preserves, novelties and grab boxes. Pocket and comic books will be sold. Lions befriend CNIB SPARWOOD (IINS) The Canadian National Institute for he Blind will receive 5273 from Jio Sparwood Lions The money is from the fund- raising drive held by the group last week. This week Lions will be con- ducting anolhcr drive to raisn funds for the new ambulance. It will serve Sparwood and dis- Irict. Men's bonspiel Dec. 1-3 SPAHWOOD (HNS) The Iparwood men's open bonspiel vill be held Dec. I to 3. Deadline for entries will be Nov. 29. The deadline for entries inlo no various leagues has been tentatively set al Nov. 7. Curlers nro urged to phone in their entries ns soon ns pos- sible. Leagues are filling up rapidly. For Information or registra- tion, phono Sid Wlwchar at 425- 7173. Defensive driving set BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Social Service has nnoiinced a defensive driving vmrse will bo held from to :30 p.m. Nov. 20, 22, 27 and 29 In the Crowsncst Consoli- dated High School. Persons wishing lo register for Ihe course should contact I.ho I'rcvonlivc Social Service at 2331, Blalrmorc. ;