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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD lliursdov, November 4, 1971 SUDHOT! is being SOUK is c for arug-s e PINC'IIKK UiKKK In Ihr ri'cvni issiw of News ronijHk'il kirk for Ihi' Assonatinn. ;in nrlii'lr im about .-iiilvi'nl.- (iilloi aL-o tti'uu- nn Ihv .--aiiK1 siibjt-cl. Inhalation of (nines of vents is bmmiim: niorr spread in tile coilinuinilio-- 111 Pinchcr t'rock and Tirockol The arliolcs. I lie first of a -f- ries. "Solvent h; Miss will. II is liupni. draw th.c attortlion of the en- tire eomniiinuy. As one newly aware of lite problem heenaso of the artiele. faets are lluit !he is in ehiliiron in tlie age braeket .if ridit I" H'> 'ilr.e sr.iffins Mine of the wiivenlsl is more common among hoy.-, Hum girls. II has been established that sump of the reasons for the in- halation of any solvent, be. it aeroplane Klue. polish re- mover, cleaning fluids or gaso- line, are by Ihose who arc de- pressed (iv unhappy atom sit- uations at home or school, those with anti-sot-ial personalilies or Ih-tse who are ont for "kirks" ami wi-l! to take llic for an adventure. One of the most common ways of inhaling fames is by hold- in" a plastic bag, containing the solvent up to and over llu- lace. Some arc mixed with soft drinks and then consumed. Sniffers, within a few min- utes, experience a sense of v.ell-bcing, ami shir- red speech. They suffer from visual and hearing hallucina- turns In lime, when the brain j cells have reccivul an over- ilo.-e. the snifftr becomes mi- t'on-rious. Symptoms of solvent use are watering eyes, excessive nasal s, en lion and poor muscular Continued use creates a crav- ing (IT the solvent. The in- uhial's behavior becomes For instance, he'll mini, set lires and has even lu HI known lo do such dan- prn'is things as thinking lie. My from a root, hl'alh suffocation has also oc- curnil when the user becomes unconscious with his head in a i plastic: bag. 11 is hoped that parents cl I'inclicr Creek and Urceket will s ii p p o r t drug sehent ed- ucational programs, aimed at solve this problem. Marks birthday KOUT MACU'iOl) iHp.-cuin -Mrs. Helen l.t'lh- liridge old tinier, huaoivd by her family r n of her flOlli birthday. A family dimur at I.ethbrkige was hosted hv Mr. and Mrs. Al Godard of Kurt Maelrud; Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mr. and Mrs. Malt Sdichel and i Marsha, Kimberely, Jacqueline and all of Open liouse followed at the Schebel home. Seme 40 gut'.sts called during the evening. i Mrs. Krank (Pn- i Lricia i Math'.'son of Nanaimo phoned to talk with all family members during the pfirty. Granddaughter Mrs. Joo Vozi1- j nilek of Tacoma, Wash., sent and Mrs Miles the flora! centrepiece. FOREMOST 'Spenal' For Futz Florence Collins of Foremost, their anniversary surely hL- nv- morahk1. More than relatives and friends attended an open house in Foremost Community Hail in their honor. They came from all over smuhern and Montana, k sanding room only at limes llie guests enjoyed a buffet style lunch and reminisced over the events of the past -ft'i Many of the original v.aiding guests relumed io join 'he celebration. Oct. they mar- ried in a double eeremony pcr- formed at the Collin homestead near Lucky Strike. The cere- monies were conducted by Father Bldatllt. On the same day, Mr. Coilin'1- sister Grace was married to N. F. K u 11 g e n. This couple, now resident in Taber, was also present to mark the Goklen Wedding anniversary. Mr Collin came to southern AJberta from North Dakota in limn, and in the same year. Florence also arrived in the area as a young girl from Wis- consin. They have five children, all of whom were present. They a r e Mrs. Norbcrt Hietpas ui Cm Bank. Mont., and Mrs. Alex Tiviber. Mrs George Whittle. MI--. Robert 1'ninon and son KaMiiond. all of Foremost. There are grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Telegrams and good wishes v. ere received from Prime Minister Trudeau, Premie r Governor Genera! ar.d Mrs Michetrr and Lieu- t' nanl Governor Grant Mac- Kv.-an. The beautiful floral arrange- ni'iits and displays were cen- tral by an anniversary cake. tli-.' work of Doris Oldenhof and t'lu-a The guest hrok was in the hands of Mrs. Dave (Karen) Withers. Visitors tell friends about museum but plastic curtains perplex FORT MACLEOD (Social: Fort Mackon Association studied tcurin re- actions during the ?invimer sea- son. Every parron asked to co-upcratc by answprin" six questions. The 1.000 n1 plies showed onr- sixth cf those in the survey were repeat visitors. K qu a numbers came from I lie en si and west. The westbound Irai- fic passes by the Fun tho east houmi is blocks soi'th. Word nf nictilh pnA'i'd thi1 most effective means cf adver- tising, Second were in ops and tour guide hooks; history texts were high on the list. Unhap- pily. the Fort Museum is not mentioned in any history books. only the town's orism. Sonic 6.1 per cent cf those stopping at the museum made only the one stop uhik- the re- maining 37 per cent made at least one oiher stop in Asking for comments proved ledger, comment thy very helpful. Several asked why neatnes-. clcaniir.i'ss ar.d ccur- there were teepees inside the. tesv ot tho muscvm iind its compound and the plast'c cur-staff. Most tourist.s came from tains disurhcd some, h cs o ;hc i "nitod Slates and t h e y v.ill b? rectified. generous in iheii Braise On the positive side, of thf of Canada. Miss Kastcrcn at G rmsy LAKE i HNS' Ka.storcn a miscollan held in the As- :er Is the Profile of Protection ON YOUR AUTOMOBItE Complete? You'll Find Out if You Visit Us 706-3rd Avc. S. Ph. 327-2793 sisted in opening her gifts b Miss Linda Fettig ride's sister Two younger sisters. Mary Ann and Kathtrine. also assist- ed the bride in displaying her Choral director working with Could ale groups COALDALE o far in !971. d-'ito vear housing units v.ore 217 and total value lur last October was Si.- wiiifh covercrl the three- quarter million Cranwest devel- opment near the hospital. Total new building value in permits for 1971 now totals i so far, compared, with i ]970's S5.ijln.WK) for the same j period which led to the com- plete previous record building year of l By authority of a resolution of the Council of ihe City of Lcthbriclge, I, A. C. Anderson, Mayor, do draw lo the a K e n t i o n of all Citizens that the seven days commoncinej November 5th is REMEMBRANCE WEEK and do call upon all eitizem lo observe the same. Given 4th day of November, 1971. A. C. ANDERSON MAYOR Tabor students fared well iu rxums TAHF.K (irade 12 a! H. Myers High Sflsool here very v.oll in the June clf'parimentals, m com- parison wijh provincial aver- ages, in the suhjecls of malhc- matics :in ,ind piu'sics no. French :w. and hinlugy were to Ihe pro- vincial average in KnglUh :iO social studies and chi'ini.stry ;io. T'nder the provincial rating sy.tetn, A grade represents an honor standing from to jier cent, while B grade rerents from fir> to no per com. The Vauxhal! High School fared slightly having exrrcdef! Ihe provincial aver- ago in mathenialies ;H, chein- i istry 30 and Frencii ;io. Mrs. Miiuyhiin has been a, resident of I.elhbridpc t incc i 1021 and still lives in ha- home of fit) years. De-spite her 110 years, .she lives alone, drives' her car and travels extensively. Attend parley i IRON SPHINfiS (IINS) -i Mrs. L. K. Hiinoy was a Banff visitor recently uhen she at- tended the Alberta conference of United Church Women. Shu was accompanied by Mrs. U. Johaslon, Mrs. Peggy Prntii, anil Mrs. Connie Coadall, all of Lethbridgc. Return home IRON' STRINGS (HNS) Mrs. C. Van Maanen and Mrs. A. Vander Linden have return- ed home after visiting with re- latives in Holland for the past month. 22 take part FOHT MACUCOD (Special) Fort Maclcud Chamber merchants arc participating in Uic monthly sale days which promote local shopping. Rev. George Peters reported on his study to rid the town of polli'iion. Litter barrels and slo- gans to remind people to "slow not throw" arc being investi- gated. Hugh Craig was asked to ob- tain a speaker for the annual meeting which is tentatively set for the first week in January. SIM Our Ski Shop is now open, so come in and see our Fantastic selection of Famous name Sid equipment Sears S- skis and Solomon Bindings Set BOTH JUST if Bought Separtely Skis S29.W Bindings S27.00 Buy skis and bindings together now and save! Sears S-l 00 skis are of multi-la mi noted maple with sturdy oak wood core. The chip and scratch resistant top is full sheet plastic resin. The black polyrcn base requlr-ss very little waxing. Step-in binding has a combin- ation 5-4 heel used with a W.E. toe. The tee features single action release. OS-300 and Solomon Binding Set BOTH FOR ONLY If Bought Separately Skis S69.98 SiJT.IM) Skis are mode of mulli-larninafed select European Ash core with 8 full lengths of fibregiass. Heavy blue plastic top. Moulded aluminum protectors en tip and tail prolong life of ski. Step-in heel and toe binding cf stainless steel feature two independent spring systems. Numbered dial tension. Just Say "Charge It" On Your All-purpose Charge Account Men's or Ladies' Down-filled Ski Jackets Reg. Down filled for comfort nnd warmth, iho A r 1. Ol OlV.l two things you need most when you am swooping down Ihe slopes. Two zip-close pockets lo keep out snow; heavy duty two way zipper with dome flaps to cover zip- per; side zippers. Sizes 5.M.I.XL. Reg. Bool is equipped with 5 strong, durable steel buckles. Sturdy construction provides firm ankle support. Deluxe padded interior and tonquo for true comfort. Canadian sizing. STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Wednoiday 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday ond Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;