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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Monday, November 8, 1971 THE HERALD 3 HONOR CRESSWELL Peter Cresswell, -former execulive director of the Napi Friendship Association at Pincher Creek, receives a beaded buckskin jacket from Henry Potts, his successor. Mr. Cresswell said working with Napi was the largest learning ex- perience of his Tho Peigans coll him Bear Child, man DT' courage, for his efforts in getting whites and Indians working together. He was honored al a recent surprise party. --Napi News Photo. RCMP check clues in double break-ins NOBLEFOUO Picture Buito detachment of UIP RCMP is investigating the re- Train drivers TAT3ER (IIXS) The driver training proprjim with ylu- Hfiiils enrolled is now under way jji the TaiK'r division, with Ronald W. Murphy of the W. R. Myers High School staff continuing as instnirt'n-. An additional "0 liavn indi- cated interest in Inkinq training in the second semester. The course has been approved for the Vauxhall iliph School if sufficient rogistnlinns re- ceived by the principal A local dealer has supplied a 1972 car for use in the train- ing program. cent double break and entry at Noble Blades Sales and Service and Todd's Service Station and Restaurant, both in Nobleford. The thieves first entered the Noble Blade building where they rifled the cash drawer, stofe SIT) cash and then stole some tools. If is believed the same per- then entered the service station a.nd restaurant by using the stolen tools. They managed to steal 22 cartons of cigarette? and 75 pounds of meat before they were noticed by an unidcn- tified man on his way home from work. In their flight they discarded the tools, cigarettes and cash, but managed to escape with the meat. Form comniitlee !lo aid .Stirling lire victims STIRLING (HNS1) -A fund- raising committee has been formed on behalf of the Don- ald Christcnsen family whose home and complete household and belongs were de- stroyed by -A recent fire. This cnrnmitlcc is comprised of the Stirling Volunteer Firc- JTieiv the Linns' Club and the Elders' Quorum of the Mormon Church. Any donations may be turned into mry of these groups or loft at. the'Stirling Post Of- fice. The High School is holding a bake sale with proceeds going to the Christensen family. Friends from Wrentham and New Dayton are forming a committee for their area. sends clothing WAJ'AKU (Il.VS) Thi: re- meciiiij; n[ Hie Warner Wo- men's Jiislitiilu was held at the Inline of A. Troidl with her daughter, Jliss P. Troitll. us co- hostess. 'I'ho meeting was opened by Son of Peace. Ft was followed by UK; treed and flag salute. Twelve members am) Iwo girls club leaders answered (he roll call. All members believe in the Wl motto "For Home and Country" and try to live up to the WI creed. The members were thankful to be ''living where there is no discrimination in race, creed or color to mar the community spirit. "We have to learn to live and work they said. C o r e s pondencc was a "thank-you" card from the Uni- tarian Service Committee for used clothing A program' outline of the 'family living' course to be held at tire Lethbridge Community College on Nov. 16, 23, arid 30 was ireard. The clothing drive resulted in the women packing 380 pounds of used clothing for the USC; and Iwo quilts and six layettes; pounds of shoes to the Sal- vation Army, one box to the mental hospital at Raymond; two quills and a box of clothing for local aid. Mrs. A. Dustin reported five women attended the meeting in Lethbridge to study the sum- mary on the status of women, with Mrs. N. Grey, Brooks, and Mrs. A. .lacobson, Warner, as moderators. The Warner WI will hold a demonstration Tuesday, Nov. D, I "junk to jewels" with Mrs A. Clear as instructor. Everyone j in inc- community is invited to I attend. j The Warner WI will entertain the senior citizens at Ridgeview I Lodge, Raymond. Nov. ifi. Mrs. i S. llov.kins and Mrs. A. vSlrom- smoc will be in charge. The oldtimcrs will hold their annual pot-luck supper Satiir- day, Nov. 13. Everyone is wel- come to come and spend an eve- ning The Wl will hold its family Christmas party Saturday, Dec. 18. "Pennies for friendship" real izcil Wendy Kerslincr introduced Wendy floppier, who reported I he October meeting o[ the Jolly Janes Girls' Club. The older girls were instructed in Macrame and Hie younger girls mafic "ladybugs" from stereo- foam balls. The Wf members and moth- ers arc invited to Ihe girls' club annual Christmas party, to he held Dec. 8. The girls" will go carolling Dec. 10. There are 46 girls' club mem- bers with Mrs. V. Heppler as supervisor and Mrs F. Gray as assistant. The contest "add or subtract a letter" was won by Mrs. A. Stromsmoc. KNIGHTS INSTALLED AT MASS St. Joseph the Worker Council Knights of Columbus are installed to office by district deputy Mordcn McNeil oi morning mass in St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, Blairmore. Rev. Jim Hagcl prepares to give communion to the members. Taking part are Grand Knight Eric Price and member officers Ernie Fantin, Father Hagel, Michael Finn, John Albizzati, Francis Catonio, Archie Hobson, John Yon- ota. Dale luciani, Vern Decoux, Tom Dowson, Tom Craven, Les Owen, Italo Sartono, John Lloyd, Fernand Paquette and John Silora. Review 48 items TABER i HNS] The hoard nf Trustees. Taber school divi- sion. faced an ageacia at the recent hoard meeting uiih items of business, three delega- tions and a town council rep- resentative. It took the hoard from to p.m. hut. every item was considered. Officials of the ATA local were present to discus the modified school year. Officials of the Taber sep- arate school board attended to discuss the implications of a teacher strike in the area, r.nd two school principals met the i UlllK.t' r WARNER lllNSl Frvc Warner and Milk rtivcr hand ami choral students jcurneyed to Dickcnson. N.D., to partici- pate, in the l-llh annual Tri- State Festival of Music, spon- sored recenth. by Pickcnsim Stalp foliage'. of music. and Ilickcn-on Miwc Company, with Alfred Herri, composer and conductor al. the University of Miami, as guest clinician. Diana Pitlman. brass clarine- tist, Warner, and Laiirolic Nat- tress, saxophonist, Hill? River, band, with James Jorgenson conducting. Hummel, Wilrla Neat and Bourn, all of Milk River participated in the honor chorus under the. baton of Wcs- ton Noble. These students, all active par- ticipants in the Kile Rivers High School Band and Chorus, atfciiclod rehearsals, clinics and concerts. All trustees and administra- tors will attend the annual trustees' convention at Calgary from Nov 7 to Nov. 10. Anniversary NOBLEFORD (Spec i all- Mr, and Mrs. Harold Urvold, Susan, Leslie and Ian, travel- led lo Maple Creek, Sask., for the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of Mrs. Urvold's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keays. Another granddaughter, Miss Janice Urvold of Winnipeg, also attended. Acclamations NOBLEFOKL) Klcctcd by acclamation to fill seven vacancies on the board of tnistees of Ihe local advisory board to Nellie Central School were: Clarence Erickson, A. i Tony 1 Groten, (incumbenO, Mrs. Lucinda Luchia. Gcrrit Van Ksveld, Jacob Wurtz, Dale Imeson. and Rev. John Wins degree I ELAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) I Alan Martini of Blairmore I recently received his bachelor. of commerce degree al fall con- vocation exercises held in Ihe j Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, i Born at Blairmorc, Mr. Mar-1 lijii attended both public and j high school here and has now j completed his fourth year at the University of Calgary. He is employed by Alex Wells, chartered accountant. He is working as an articled .student towards his duo lorcd accoiin i tanf's degree. Attend parley NATAL, (HNS) Five mem- bers representing Michel-Natal Branch No. SI, recently attend- ed the fall zone convention of (the East Kootcnay Royal Car.a- dian Legion in Kimberley. President Robert Martin, sec- retary Mickey Mannion. Nor- man Hughes and Tom Finlllcy represented Branch 'it as del- egates while James Grocutt acted in his position of ser- geant-at-arms during the con- vention, having been elected for a two-year term. Attend mass COALDALE (HNS) The, Cathi'ic- Women's League of the St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church attended mass arranged by Sisicr Imclda Tnomey. Then Mrs% Theresa King. j president, opened the meeting i with the introduction of Mrs. I Bernicc Smith as a new mcm- Therc was a discussion re- garding a nursing home for Coaldalc. The consensus was that there was a need for a home for th? aged rather than a nursing home. Tho CWL agreed to cater to j the Readymadc 411 banquet to be held Saturday. Nov. 13, in the St. Joseph's School. Refuse request (HNS i Taber pub- lir- school board refused a ro- for rit-'lijciions fiv-m Ih." .Vborln Toaelicrs and School Km p I oy oc Credit Union, F.rlmonton. In refusing the rcqucsl, the board ruled that 12 regular and several miscellaneous deduc- tions are enough. Credit union members should make credit union payment arrangements, with their banks. Ihe 12 regular, include those covering gamblers, bank as- signments iu lieu of garnishoos, textbook rentals, back pen- sions, and a of olhr.r minor The "how long enough'1" concerned foi drivers over 65 years of age, I for whom employment exlen- I sions have been granted on a i one-year basis. Plan remembrance NATAL (HNS) Under the direction of the Royal Cana- i dian Legion, plans have been completed for the observance of Remembrance Day, Nov. 11, in the District, of Sparwood. I A memorial service will he held in St Michael's Catholic Church prior to proceeding to the Cerctaph in front of the I former Michel Natal Elemen- tary School a short scr- i vice conducted by local clergy I and the placing of wreaths will lake place starting at 11 o'clock. 3 initiated NOBLEFORD The Nobleford branch of Ihe Royal Canadian Legion recent- ly initiated Ronald Fix. Stew- j art Whillens and Martin Tit- sing into lire organization. j ft was decided to join forces i with tho auxiliary for a church I parade Sunday Nov. 14. to the Nobleford United Church at a.m. Thr> annual Christmas turkey is planird for Krkiav, Her. al fi p.m in Ihr Le- gion Hall. The annual children's Christ- mas party is set for Sunday, Dec 19. at p.m. bus realised by centre 1' NonLKFClII) i Special I whether or mil lo install brat annual mccling of the Nobleford over the ice area. It. do- I''1' <'nilIT was held glided Ibis iTcontlv, wil'l Geoff Dcborr, Barons, aeluig as chairman. The financial .statement show- ed a monetary gain of over Ihe previous ear's operation. The diiectors' report, given by Gordon Lnchia, slated the previous operalioii was mnM ft was dui-iilod Hie KT he Nov. II. Tho mo.-l. im portant item on ngojida WM .soon as Thire present decided In pre- sent (ieorgo II, Todd willi an recognition at services render- ed to the. club. Those elected to Ihe hoard of miifli. A'ico-presidnit nce e urinr; n an maker; sotlirp of curling dues UCW meets YOBLEFOKl) (Spec 13 Mrs. Andrew Sherman hostH I ho recent mccling of the No. hleford United Church Women. There were sis visitors prcs- Plans for Ihe Wheat Pool di- rectors' meeting, sot for Nov. were made. Mrs. Lois Ilami was in I charge of tbo devotional. The women decided they would col- lect donations for the Bible So- ciety. Contact one of the wom- en The regular corresponding secretary, Mrs. F.dilh Rorg- card, continues to recuperate in tli? Picture Pulle Municipal i llo-pilal. I The mooting will lie the I r c g u I a r Christmas mooting. The place will bo decided. of The opening hnnspicl is and Richard Dcimutb. ulcd lo start Nov. wit joining Louis Siray, George ning curling only. Todd and Geoff DcBcer. The junior .Mndonls' Lucinda Lnchia was iigaiil I'C-1 bonspiol act for rAn.Mi.Nx; I.NCHEASI-: Israel's farm production for tin1 year eniling in September valued by the agriculture- ministi'v al KiOO million, C.'i ]ter union i cent more than for the previous :v, J months. THIS IS to attend the Lethbridge Area CONFERENCE THEME BETTER INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS THE KEY? Wednesday, Nov. 17th, 1971 a.m. Sven Ericksen's Restaurant 1715 Mayor Magrath Drive EACH COMPANY IN THE LETHBRIDGE AREA IS INVITED TO BE REPRESENTED BY AT tEAST ONE EM- PLOYER AND ONE EMPLOYEE DELEGATE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE WORKSHOP GROUPS. UNIONS, MAN- AGEMENT, AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS INTERESTED IN LABOUR-MANAGEMENT CO-OPERATION ARE AL- SO INVITED. PROFESSOR GORDON CAMPBELL University of Lethbridge Please fill in registration form below and mail with your fee of per representative. THE FEE INCLUDES CONFERENCE KIT AND LUNCHEON. K. P. DeWITT, Banch Head Labour-Management Con- sultation Branch, Canada Department of labour, Ottawa. D. GARDNER, Deputy Minister, Alberta Department of Labour, Edmonton. MAYOR A. C. ANDERSON, City of lethbrielge. Chairman, W. J. COUSINS, University of Lethbridge. Cheques should be made payable lo: MR. E, A. LAWRENCE, Engineering Direcloi, City of Lethbrichc, City Hall, Lethbridge, Alia. A Iberia DP purl men I of labour Alberta Federation of Labour Canada Department of labcH" Canadian Association City of Letltbridgn leihbriclgo Building Council Lethbridge Chamber of Lethbridge District Labour Council Lethbridgn Construction Aisonti'io" LABOUR-MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE Svrn Eucltsen'i Restournnl, 1715 Moyor Magralli Drive, Ulhbridge, Alberta. November 17, 1971. (Please Print) NAME RinRCDENTING rOSIHOM HELD A conference hi together with on idenhficolion cord wll bp r' nl trif entrancs of llie conference room. This rpqittrolion form r-liouM be completed find mni'cd willi ll'r {CP r; m rider lo he received prior to p.m. No 16, 1971. The renistrolion fee includes the cosl ol Ihc luncheon. Cheques should be made payable lo: Mr. E. A. tawrence, Conference Co-ordinalor, City Hall, Uthbridge, Alberta Conference Director! E. A. Lawrence, Engineering Director, City of Iclhbiidge, LETHBR1DGC, Albcrla. W. Bownv Gcnercrl McirKKiei. Chomlicr of Commerce, LEIHBRIDGE, Allieiici. G. litchfield, Presidenl, t nisl.irl Council, LETHBRIDGE, Albertti. C. D. Gardner, Western Regional Supervisor, labour- Management Consultation Branch, Canada Depart- ment of labour, EDMONTON, Alberta. Ray Marchand, Conference Unison Officer, Labour-Man- ogement Consultation Branch, Canada Department of labour, OTTAWA, Ontario. Conference Co-ordinating Committee Co-ordinotor, E. A. Lawrence, City of lethbrklgn S. COTOTI, Lethbridno Chamber of Commcrcn G lilchflelfl, lelhhridga A District labour Couruil R C. Trnncint, Canadian Mrpnufncturers' Mis. V Noilon. Construction A Trades Council T. Donaldson, Alberta Federation of labour R. G. Mclnlosh, Labour-Management Communily Council T. Lewis, labour-Management Community Council W, F. Schcurkogel, Lothbridge District Labour Council C. D. Gardner, labour-Management Consultation Brandt, Canada Department of labour ;