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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 3, 1971 THE LDHBRIDGE HERALD 3 IVU'K I'OOl, Mao Mfivliiry "I Ilin Oilc- uian l-iotis Cltih; Miss lionnin I'urlcr, Crowsnrsl I'ass rrri-rulion director, with to aiil i" Hie construe- of a Community Swim- mini; I'nol nt liliiinnorp. The Colcman Lions was llio lirst 'I'nss (irb'nnizntlon to tlrt: ixiol fund by organizing a "walkalhon" in It was heartily supported by numer- ous Crowsni'Sl I'nss residents. Tlic event rcaliml Photo. ar recreation GRANUM (HNS) Larry DeMaero was: elected chairman and Wilf Si'llivan secretary- Ireasiii'er at Hie recent meeting i of the recreation board. It was held in the Alex Mac- Gregor School. Tbe resignation of Mr.s. Pat. i reduced the board membership lo six- .so three new members, A. (Hose) Munro, Dan Kress and Harvey Dimrn were appointed. Other members are A. Fjord- botlen, Mr. Agnar Johnson. Ralph Williamson and Harold Jorgenson. Mr. De.Maciro is the reprc.'XMi- the from the Town of Gramnn. II muds on the third Monday of UK; month. Rounup Tea Saturday BLAUIMORE (CNP Bureau) The Blairmore Catholic Wo- men's League will hold its an- nual fall tea and bazaar in the Elks Hall Saturday, Nov. 6, from 2 to p.m. it will tea- The junior choir sang Jesus loves the Little Children. Assisting Hev. Graham Dick- ie at the service were elders Norman Thompson and Waller Ford. Blazer briefing and novelty tables. 34 tackles RAYMOND (HNS) A news release from Ricks College, Kexburg, Idaho, a former Raymond High School basket- ball player, Lloyd Fairbanks is now "playing with the college travelling football team and is making a good showing. Fairbanks has 34 tackles and assisls lo his credit as a linebacker. 25th anniversary MONARCH (HNS) Open liouse honoring Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dekker. was held recent- ly on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. They were the recipients of many gifts, including a purse presented by members of the congregation of the Monarch Reformed Church. Welcome four coirrrs a-iNS) Through (lie Sacrament, of Baptism, three children and one adult rr cenUy were welcomed into the Coutis congregation. Rcna Suzan and Leah Brown, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Brown; Martin Norman Kaiau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kalau of Coutts; and Roy Douglas Brown, also of Coutts, were baptized. (HNS) i briefing introduced parents to i the LDS Church Primary pro- grams for 10 and 11-year-old boys. Mrs. Tom (Joan) Kan-en ex- plained requirements lor nur class. Wayne Passey welcomed par- ents. All the boys sang the Blazer song "Light the Torch." II was conducted by Mrs. Rob- crl Rasmussen and accompan- ied by Miss Virginia Bennett. Bradley Kan-en, Mark Hark- er, Tom Dudley, Mark Cam Cook, Chris Jensen, Allen Curliss and Brent Jensen then spoke on class activities and demonstrated whipping t h e rope, square knots and bowline knots. Games and lunch were en- joyed. FOREMOST (Special) The Foremost Elks Lodge No. 223 recently installed Take Sial- dtne as its exalted ruler lor next year. Serving with Mr. Slaldine as officers wili be; Merle Collins, past exalted ruler; Richard Walters, lead- ing knight; Arnold Johnson, loyal knight; Pete Hammcl, lecturing knight; Glen Bernt- son, inner guard; Vern Baker, tylcr; Bryan Hearn, esquire: Bob KnhL publicity director; Tryg Hougen, historian; Bar- very Beacomc, chaplain; Sol Weber, organist; Claude Sic- ki hov centre to turn SOD-TURNING FOR NEW POLICE BUILDING Coaldole Mayor A. F. and police commission chairman Henry Bergen, second from left, hold th the first sod for the new police building. Also on hand: Police Chief Victor Mayer and councillors Mrs. Erna Goertzen end Hans Pfeffel. Tymburski Photo UCW discusses union of churches Conrad reviews parley STIRLING (HNS) Carman Conrad, councilman for the vil- lage, recently attended the 1971 National Planning Conference of the Community Planning As- sociation of Canada It was held at Halifax, N.S. The Hotel Nova Scotian was host, to more than delegates from across the nation. The theme was "citizen par- ticipation and involvement in the urban environment" It was hoped delegates would gain a fuller understanding of planning. There were short case-study presentations each morning and afternoon. Then delegates broke off into small, informal work- shop groups. Main presentations were en- titled Cablevision and Commun- ity Programming. From Aware- ness to Involvement, Goals For Dallas, and Involvement of Young People in Planning. Mr. Conrad commented: "A great deal could be said about each of these topics but basic- ally each was dealing with a r More district on page 11 J 1 1lil.ll1 ij M-l ......'IMll! 11 1 I localized problem or situation which could have implications of a planning nature in any communily in Ihe country.'1 Tile case study on Goals For Dallas discussed an encounter which had taken place in Dal- las, Tex. It brought out the need for citizen interest and participation ill planning Ihe fu- ture of their community. Involvement of Young People in Planning centered on the theme of Ihe need lo involve young people including Ihose in elementary school as well as high school and university in the planning process. A participatory design teach- in was held which involved a group of about 15 children aged S to 11 years. They started with an undeveloped piece of land and began developing on il from the pioneer stage up to an evolved city of modem limes. As the drawing progressed it became increasingly evident that mistakes were made in tbe planning process and problems of housing, education, recrea- tional areas, and pollution. gan to build up. Some of the children continued on taking up more land while others held back asking them to wait, to plan, to avoid a repetition of mislakes made in Uie past. It was clear that young peo- ple have an intercsl in their future and have a keen percep- tion of their environment and could play a definite role in this development. JAKE STALDINE vens--. trustees Tony Kanig, and Dave Bcrntson: Rodger See- man. secretary and George Piper, treasurer. District 3 deputy grand exalt- ed ruler Jim Hcarn of Fore- most installed his own son Bryan Hcarn as esquire of the Foremost lodge during the in- stallation of officers ceremony. GKANUM (HNS i The Gra- num United Church Women held an open meeting in the church hail recently with the whole congregation invited, to discuss the union between the United and Anglican churches. Speakers were I'cler Walker Pension plan sessions set lor Pincher Creek, Blairmorc BLATRMORE (CNP Bureau) j Pincher Creek from 9 a.m. to Canada Pension Plan dircc-j 12 noon in the town council tor .1. C. I Fern) Bouchard of j Lcthbridge announced that of- fice member R. F. Viney will explain Ihe plan Nov. and 5 chambers on Nov. 5. WIN" AT CARDS j ETZffiCM (HNS) The ree- realional association held its first card, badminton and ping i pong games of the season and winners in the whist games Plan, the Old Age Security and j at B I a i r m o r p and Pincher plemcnl Creek. He will be al Blairmore in the Federal Braiding from 10 a.m. lo p.m. Nov. 4. lie will answer questions at vski with lows going to Ken and Hilmar Ualvorson. the Guaranteed Income Sup-1 ]n ulr bridp? section lop win- i ners were Sam (Ellai Robinson and Pius Limes with Mrs. Clayton iSVlviai Robin- t.ions to those who are now or i son and Frank Fiilterer taking will soon be qualified for the i lows. Games will con tinue benefits. 'even1 Tuesday evening. lie will also provide assis- lance in the filing of applica- 1 Oil sands discussed RAYMOND (HNS) Those' attending the last Raymond j Public Library hour, (held each i Wednesday at heard a talk by Mr. and Mrs. John I Eklund. They spoke on (Jic Athabasca oil sands. Mr. and Mrs. Eklund spent their summer holidays at Fort Mc-Mun-y where their son is an j electrician at the plant where.' tile oil is extracted from the sands. I Their talk was most interest-1 ing and it drew top interest from the udience. Mr. Eklund said: "Fort Mc- Jlurry is a young man's place; j there Ihey talk of millions of dollars as we talk of j Ik- wont on to quote figures i for machinery used, lalwr costs and the cost of reclaiming the j wealth from the earth. i Central School open house j scheduled I T.VEIiR (HNS i The pro- WESTERN ILLUSTRATOR SCULPTS TROPHIES Western Illustrator and fine artist Gerald Tailfealhers, 46, of Stand- off, shows bronze statues cast from his sculptures of wild cow milkers and a steer wrestler. Twelve of these expen- sive 5tnluns will be presented by the Calgary Stampede 1o upcoming winners. Tailfealhers will offer 12 more to collectors. The statue? were cast by an Indian craftsman in Montana. Tailfcalhers is perhaps better known -for bis sweeping landscapes that portray his forefathers before the intrusion of Ihe white man. --Ed Finlay Photo j gram for Ihe old Central S'ehnol j open house, scheduled for the I K. Myers High School aucii- i lorium, has now been announc- I co1 by school division officials. II -viil lake place Nov. 20 at 51. m. Master of ceremonies will he trusico Ray K. KVHIIHIM, a Onlral graduate. A roll call of pi im ip I Ir- t chcrs. and pupils of decades will be followed by a "ciass history'1 In Mis ia Sinclair. Hugh Tcskcy, former princi- pal. will speak. Musical numbers will be per- formed by former students. A book containing the school's history in word and pictures will bo available for purchase. I B E HARDWARE STOCK REDUCTION FINAL 3 DAYS DEAR CUSTOMER We ore having cr stock reduction salr to moke room for our forthcoming toy I and. Every item in the store has been marked down for this special sale wiih savings up to If you are looking for honest to goodness discounted mer- chandise be sure to shop our store this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. -BOB DEIMUTH ALL HOCKEY EQUIPMENT AND HOCKEY STICKS DISCOUNTS THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE CRYSTAL STATE GOBIETS e BRANDY OLD Carrying Cnsn O 4m Earphone Bottery YOUR CHOICE 4 DC EACH J i i Latest Design NOW ONLY 1 52-PIECE 24" 6 S 12 VOLT H LONG line'' nil TABLE- 1 HANDLE CHARGER Reg. NOW ONtY 25 i SNOW I TIMEX NOW ONLY 1 PUSHER 1 15.95 1 4.95 8 TRACK TAPE PLAYERS FT. OUTDOOR CAR CORD 2.15 Set. 4 CC NOW ONtY, SET 6.95. C 77 NOW ONtY J" 1 HARDWARE STILL A Tools SELECTION Sets, Tool Boxes, Price JUST A FEW Etc. 25% Off FOR DISCOUNTS THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. 416 13th St. N. Free Delivery Phone 328-3541 NOVISION aocTv CHANNEL 7 THR! ,000 IN PRIZES E BLACKOUT BINGOS -Only those cords which have been validated are eligible -Confirmed winners will bo required to return Ihoir winning cards to KCINOVI5ION, P.O. EOX 1490, LETHBRIDGE -If there is more Ihrm ono winner prize money will be divided evenly ;