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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKARD Peeping at Hie paper I'ollier day we read Ottawa wants us to exercise. Exercising the vole isn't enough, we have to do deep knee bends and touch our toes. Prime Minister Trudeau wants the nation to shape up or ship out. By golJy, this is going to be hard for me! I'm so skinny I can take shortcuts through snowfences. They used to use me to model for those 99-poiuid ads for Charles Atlas. I have to stand twice in the same place to cast a shadow. Physical fitness is fine for horses, cows, pigs and goats but man, nature's finest and loftiest creation, would rather take the easy way out. When I get the urge to exercise, to bum like a hard, gem-like flame, I just lie down on the Winnipeg couch until the feeling goes away. The best exercise 1 know is standing on your tippy toes, opening the cuphoard door, and stretching for the cookie jar. The only time I sit up is when the Conservatives win a majority. The Tories can touch their toes but I'd rather thumh my nose. If you want to reduce your plurality, put both hands on the table and push. A good eye exercise is watching the office girls walk by without moving your head. Be Jt ever so homely, there's no shape like your own. But let's not knock who believe in prepraedness always keep physically fit. It started with the cave men. The only way to get a wall-to- wall carpet was to wrestle a grizzly bear. The only way to get a wife was to swing a ILmb at her and now they're swinging limbs at us. MPs get lots of vocal exercise. The Liberals are going to have to speak softly and carry big sticks. The Tories will be cutting the wires to their hear- ing aids. Women MPs have always had the last word and now they add Lib. First it was lawyers and now its auctioneers. They speak 155 words a minute with gusts up to 180. I think I'll polish up the glass eye and try 40 winks. And a special goodnight to the PM. It's very easy to give up but it takes real Grit to keep up. Hey wait a minute! I'd like to make a motion! I move we all raise our salaries by AU in favor, raise your right hands! Come on, raise 'em! Come on, puff, pant and perspire! That's it! Hey, this physical fitness is great! Nice to he in shape! I.olcls K'ove.T.ber 7, T972 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID 98th anniversary dinner FOKT MACLEOD f h 1st Church (Anglican! rc- Iv 1'0'd ii prc-ccilcnnial cYn- rcr I'l jniirl: s i v (.f Ihe ct the North Wc't IToiinled Police. Proceeds' from tiie r'inn'Jr will be used for a piojccl yet to announced. Ron Hunt was master of ceremonies. Le i gh lo n Buckwell. MLA. grandson of an original officer, lor.stcd Ihe pasl. He aid that the nnniversf.ry dinner was a significant event for thi; area and for all of Can- ada. "The moral code set by the Norlh West Mounted Police was li i g h. Discipline and justice meted out fairly to Indian and white man alike. The firm Brilish justice, from (he begin- ning, has brought honor to the he said. At the 50th anniversary in 1924 some of the original mem- bers were on hand. It was doubtful if (here were ajiy at the 75th anniversary in 1949 but there arc none" for this 100th birthday. donor and memory Is not any he said. Mr. Buckwell said that it is a local event, it is also an important occasion for all southern Alberta. He reviewed growth and changes in thej force. Through the years, the motto of justice has prevailed. He admonished those present to look upon themselves as pio- neer stock. "We have become a nation of. takers- not givers. The pioneers made this community great by giving not taking." ATTEND DINNER AT FORT MACLEOD Mrs. Mae Fowler, Mrs. Sarah Bambrick, Mrs. M. Grant and Mrs. Eliza Tillsley alien d Ihe recent Chris! Church (Anglican) dinner marking (he 98lh anniversary of Ihe arrival of the Norlh West Mounled Police. Swihart Pholo. Lions governor visits Foremost Gilbert: serve' FOREMOST (Special) Lions District Governor Ken Gilbert of Cascade, Mont., was guest of honor recently when the Foremost Lions Club cel- ebrated ils 24th charter night in the Foremost Community Hall. In a humorous ac'dress to ]OQ i people present, Mr. Gilbert i spoke of the value of true friendship and how this could be brought about through Lion- ism. He spoke of an international Come-go tea for couple recalls happy '47 event CLARESHOLM (Special) About 80 attended the come- and-go tea at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thompson re- cently to honor them on the oc- casion of their silver wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Willy and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Willy, all of Calgary, were among those present. Featuring Lhe lunch was an anniversary cake mrde by Peggy Thompson, their daugh- ter. It was decorated by Mrs. Wil- liam Penn. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson re- ceived gifts, many of them crys- tal, and their family gave them an engraved silver tray. Patricia Witty and Arthur Thompson were married here by Rev. W. J. Collelt Oct. 29, 1947 and have lived' here since. They have six children: Don- ald (member of the teach ing staff of Willow Creek Com- posite High School Bruce. Forl Simpson, N.W.T., and Peggy, Roger, John and Da- vid, all at home. Roundup of t K 25th anniversary ENCHANT (HNS) A crowd gathered at the hall recently to help Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rey- nolds celebrate their 25th anni- versary. A short but Inlercsting pro- gram was held wilb Lloyd Jacobson as master of cer- emonies. They received many gills from relatives. The community gave them a lamp and flowers with David Wiest making the presentation. Both thanked everyone for helping make their day so me- morable. They held open house at their home and, in the evening they held a dance in the hall. It was filled to capacity. The Smith family supplied the music. Revamp BCSVA NATAL (HNS) The B.C. Snow Vehicle Association, for ciglit years a small, dedicated organization of snowmobile en- thusiasls, has reformed on a basis calculated lo give Ihe snowmohiler a voice in deci- sions soon lo be reached re- garding Hie ever- increasing complexities of ecological and recreational management. It already claims nearly 000 card-carrying members. It recently engaged a sccre- laiy-managcr, snowmobiler Bill Shields of Prince George, who now works out of Ihe associa- tion's new permanent office at 618-510 W. Hastings St., Vancou- ver Co-op parley NATAL (HNS) The fourth quarterly m e e 11 n g of the Elk Valley Consumer's Co-op was held in the Union Hall In Natal with 38 members present. Members discussed offers for relocation of the store from Natal lo several other sites in Sparwood and the Elk Valley. The membership felt that addi- tional information would he re- quired before the decision of re- location could be made, and the board of directors was asked lo obtain the necessary informa- tion. In discussing means of fi- nancing a relocation the organi- zation decided to ask for volun- tary loans of each from members. The loans would be for a two year period and would be interest free. Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoui, Resldrnl Rep., BlnirmorB Phone 562-214? COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Utlibridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. Box Ml CRANBROOK NANCY MIIES 301 5lh Si. S. ETZIKOM MKS. THEKIA EHNES Gin. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGO..........................lox 381 FAITH MRS. THEKIA EHNES....................Gon. Dot. thcso ppoplo far your Dlstricl News or Clatsifiod Advertising Hockey school FOREMOST (Special) Activities al the Foremosl Ice Arena arc in full swing. The minor hockey associalion conducted a Iwo-day bockey school recenlly for youngsters from the Foremost district. A large number of youngsters in all divisions took advantage of the skilled advice offered by instructors Stan Maxwell, Les Colwell, Garry Canadine, Ilec- lor Negrello and Steve Arisman all of Lethbridge. Teams are now being formed in lour divisions for the new campaign, Mily Mites, Tiny Miles, Pee Wees and Banlams. Practice nights will be Monday and Wednesday. The figure skalinp club also commenced ils activities with new instructor Gay Uglem of Lethbridge. Show ski film NATAL (HNS) The Tllklu Ski Club in Spanvood recently h e 1 d a meeting which featured a ski movie, dcmon.slralion of safely bindings and of waxing lechniqucs. Instruclnr and coach John Lafauric provided n demonstrn- Lion of equipmenl avnilable in Ihe districl. The program is lo be repent- ed Meetings are held nl Ibc Spar- wood Secondary School each Wednesday nl p.m. CWL meets ENCHANT The re- cent meeting of Hie C a h ol i c Women's League was held nl Ihe home of Mrs. Cecil Umcl- son. President Mrs. l.ari fiouph- nour called the meeting lo or- der. Election of new officers look place: President, Mrs. Cecil Eniclson; secretary, Mrs. l.ari Goiighnour: I r e a surer. Mrs. .lakubcp.yk; and pivsidcnl; Mrs. Vicky Sander. Lunch was served by Mrs. Eniclson. Top cowboy nitOOKS A I all young cow- hoy from Bindloss, "lien Hern, was awarded Hie All Around Championship in Ihe South Al- bertn circuit of Ihe Canadian Hodco Cowboys Associalion nl tile annual windup hold in Ihc Tel Slur Molor Inn. lie was nlso nwnrdcd Hie. prize in the Brahma bull riding event: this is Hern's first year in professional roc'oo although he has been recognized as a lop competitor in amateur ranks. Great Western Gai m e n t (GWG) Company's representa- tive. Gordon McLucky, present- ed Hern with a saddle and cash award for his All Around Championship and Ernie Snow- den representing Valley Feed- ers of LelhbridgC' presented him with another saddle and cash award for the bull riding evenl. Gift of dell CLARESHOLM (Special) A large number attended the lea and bazaar nt Porcupine Hills Lodge, senior citizens' home here. In appreciation of her assis- tance with the bazaar' a doll in bridal attire was presented lo lire. Harry Ely, 91. Winner of Ihe door prize was lire. Sam Schlahl. Presiding over the draw1 for Ihe door p r i z c and raffled .'irlicles' Ihe inalron. M i s Marie Collcll. She expressed ap- preciation to nil who allpndcd. Raffle winners were: S. W. Schumacher, Clarcsbolm Monl Processors, and Lana Dunlop. Griimmi. Megli referees NATAL (HXS) Harvey Alcpli, employed nl (lie Kaiser Hosourees Lid. Klkvicw I'ITP- nrnlion Pl.ml ne.ir Sparwood. a lidielcd hockey referee and il (lull he will have hi.s lime well Inkcu up Ihis winlcr. lie has lo efficiale nt games of Ihc Foolhills league, which includes teams from Fer- nie, Colemnn, Tabcr, Pincber Creek and Standoff. Invents device NATAL (UN'S) Myron :m eniployec of Kai- ser liesourcrs Ltd., sonic time and designorl a de- vice for removing and inslnlling Ihr fronl suspension assemblies on KHL's M-IOO Lcclrn Haul trucks. This equipment not only re- duces the repair limo neces- sary, but enables mechanics lo h.indlc Ihe very hc.'ivy compo- nent wilb absolule safely. He is employed as senior mo- clumic.'d foremnn at Ilnrmcr surface malnlciiancc. Lioas convention lie attended in Mexico, along with other Lions from all over tiie world, in which racial and language harriers were broken down by friendship in a common cause. The guest reminded Lions present thai the motto of Lion- ism is "We Serve." Lions Intei-national is the world's "greatest service club." He urged members to uphold the high ideals of Ihcir calling. The evening opsned with a banquet, with the invocation and the toast lo the Queen be- ing led by lirst vice-president of the Foremost Club, Bill Buis, Jr. Past presidenl Ewald Zielkc gave a brief address of wel- come and introduced Ihe head table guests. Present were Mayor Reinhold Karl and his wife; Zone Chair- man John Orelo and Mrs. Orelo from Medicine Hat; Mr. and Mrs. Ken Gilbert; deputy dis- trict governor Chester Greeno from Wrenlham; George Whit- tle, secretary of the Foremosl Club and his wife; treasurer Richard Buswell and Mrs. Bus- well anrj President Geoff Tagg and his wile. Rodeo chiefs BROOKS Two district men were named recently lo lop positions in the executive of Ihe South Alberta Circuit of Ihe Canadian Rodeo Cowboys Association in Brooks. Bud Stewart ol Bassano. was elected vice-president; Waller Hyssop of Foil Macleod was re- elected general manager; Wally Wells of Brooks, manager of (he annual Kinsmen Rodeo, was clecled president; and Pearl Mandeville of Lclhhridge was re-elected secretary-treas- urer. 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. a nd Mrs. Forest Strote of Hillspring mark Iheir 50lh wedding anniversary ol an open house al Ihe Marquis Hotel, Lelhbridge. Allend- ing are children Mr. and Mrs. C. Soho, Grea I Falls, Mrs. M. Ambridge, California, Mr. and Mis. K. Sfrale, Edmonton and D. Strale, Vancouver. FROZEN PORK LOIN CHOPS Wed., Nov 8 only Wafch For More Special Values In Tomorrow's Paper. Mercedes-Benz announces the 280 sedan. More motor-not more chrome Look closclv: ill'; _'fl sedan Iv.is evolved ihc 2SO. one nl liru: uickcn Insrcud ol ;i nicnlfl .1 model froirmciil. I'urriiij: iiiulcr ihc hond. :i nrw- J.S litre cnpnc Miih in (.-rlie.id c.im- shnhs, liani-hc.ul. J-M.ipr ounpcHir.il iMr- luirciors. 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