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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Napi meets November ID for slides P1NC1IEH CREEK (Special) does being a Canadia i mean to you? Why do we con sidcr ourselves different from o ii- neighbors to the south? Or to any other nationality in lie world for that matter? The Napi Friendship Association's Project ABC explores the meaning of "Citizenship" in an evening of color slides and discussion. Peter Cresswell will be screening scenes of Egypt, Hong Kong, Italy, Brilain, .Vcw Zealand and Fiji, follower; by a discussion on the nieanhg of being a Canadian. This will be held in the Brocket Kindergarten basement, on Tuesday, November 10 at 8 p.m. Coffee will be Everyone is welcome to COVER S. C. (Bud) Williams of Claresholm shows with pride o copy of the 1970 American Hereford Association Journal on the cover of which is o bull he raised and sold at a Calgary sale. It is ihi? first lime a Canadian-bred bull has graced fhe cover of the The bull was purchased by Brown and Sons of Montana in 1963 as a two-year-ofd. Wiliams is a resident of the Porcupine Hills Lodge. Paul Andersen cour RAYMOND SUNS) Interest is being shottii in a project sponsored by the local ATA to bring a short course lo liay-mond in January, 1971. The stibjecU offered will be art and re." ding. The instructor will come to Riuinond once a week from the University of Ulhbridgc, Those taking the course will make the decision as to offered course will be taught. It will be taughl ui the evening. Those wishing lo have credits towards a degree may do so. Those not interested in a degree credit will pay tess for their instructions. Puoole interested in taking the course are advised to contact Mrs. Kim Tsuji or Mrs. Jackie Lund at the school or at their home during evening :-teB j KOOTENAI B psncher Creek rec east of !he junctio (he Historical Par the knoll some wa was in the shadov MHcheil Movers q receive a ploce of the homestead V: IQWN'S CABIN Kootenai Brown's three-roomed cabin arrived in Previously located on a knoll surrounded by Winding Creole, 1 of the Ccrdston and Chief Mountain Highways, if is now located at Grounds, it was foil thai Kootenai Brown chose lo build his cabin on ys away from the lake because of the sunshine. When Wcierton Park of the mountains, the homestead was bathed in sunlight. Moved by Calgary, assisted by many local residen s, this historic building will honor on the Historical Park Grounds, Jim Allred of Hartley, owner of e, gave ihe building io ihj Hisiovico! Domia COALDALE (HNS) A miscellaneous shower was held in honor of Miss Donna Triska of Calgary at the home of Mrs. Wayne Stewart. Assisting the hostess was Mrs. Baity Hunt of Ulhbridgc. About 20 women were present. Numerous gifls were presented to the bride-elect. Recording the gifls was feted Rose Reimer of Calgary. A pot-luck lunch was enjoyed, Scout post for Edwards. TABER (HNS) The appointment of Ray P. Edwards, Barnwell, as assistant district Commissioner, anf" approval of a number of fund raising projects, were the main items of business at a recent meeting of the Flatlands District Council, Boy Scouts of Canada. Mr. Edwards will assist District Commissioner Chris F. Bodgers who recently moved from Taber to Hays as grain juycr. Projects approved are a belie and battery drive for First Barnwell Troop, Christmas tree sale for First Taber Troop, and aoltle and battery drive and compilation of a cook book for .he newly formed First Hays More voters CRANBROOK (S p e c i a 1) -Crajibrook municipal voters list following court of revision Nov. 2 stands at compared with the listing for 1963 of This includes ratepayers, resident electors and tenant-electors. Mayor M. G. Klinkhamer is midway in his two year term and terms of aldtrmen George Haras, Don Sherlng and Murray McF a r I a ne will expire. Terms of city school trustees Ronald Dale and Mrs. Florence Gilbert also coupons COALDALE (HNS) Coal-dale Wayfarer Girls' Club is collecting coupons in conjunction with its sponsoring organization, the Sunbeam Sewing Circle. The purpose is to obtain an electric knife for the kitchen in the Coaldale Mennonilo Conference Church. Mrs. Jake Andres is president. To date 41 girls aged 9 to 14 have carol COALDALE (HNS) The Mrs. Gerald Moser and Dan annual Christmas carol festival Klassen. Election of officers will sponsored by the Coald ale be held in January. Home and School Association The annual Area 11 Alberta will be held again this vear. Federation of Home and School A recent meeting of the as- Associations meeting will be sodation appointed festival held Saturday, Nov. 7, at Lelh-committee members Mrs. Dean bridge. A delegate was not ap-Cofell, Mrs. Jake Janzen and pointed as no one was available Mrs. lice Neufcldt. to attend-The following teachers repre- President John Voth presided, sent (heir schools: Mrs. Jennie The film Jamie, dealing i rtivsi Following the business rr.ee -ng Seachers and parents had the opportunity to meet. Nov. 21 COALDALE (HNS) The St. Ambrose Church Catholic Women's League plans lo cater lo the Coaldale Picadyinade -1-H _K; Fl-f News of llie success of the Jays group organization as n result of a boy survey conducted in the schools, similar surveys are now under way at Kin-niburgh and Grassy Lake John Davidson; Dick a disturbed 10-year-old tor, was Humphreys, If. 1. Baker; and Banquet. The annual clu'ckcn supper will be held from to p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21, in the Coaldals Community Hall. of 1 liuntrods, Kate Andrews. This committee is in charge of making all arrangements. It the direction of expans i o festival is usually a two- FOREMOST (Special) Bazaar, teo BLAIRMORE (CNT calendars COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) parley WRENTHAM (HNS) Wren-tham youth attended the uoatdaie made articles. Mrs, Oshiro stated. Eleclions will be held at the Dec 7 growth committee chairman W. S. Redd of Grassy. A survey is planned for Vaux-ball as event A new Venturer has been earning e em. started in Foremost with Bryn Named to a nominating com- Roberts as nut ee were Mrs. Ken Lvon, _. TV Bvni'p is nitl.jrnwl.li lican Church have announced the annual fall bazaar and tea will be held in the Elks Hall from 2 lo 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21. It will fealure a sale of home baking, sewing and other fancy work. Tea and coffee will be served. Visits temple COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) -Mrs. Hazel MacLean of Gibbons, grand chief of the prairie provinces of the PytJtian Sisters, paid her official visit to Coleman Progressive T e m p le No. 3 recently. While here she was the guest of Mrs. Amy Penney. Sale succeeds COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Coleman Temple of the Pythian Sisters held a successful lea and bake sale at the home of Mrs. E. Hopkins. Draw for the steels and pillow cases was made and winner was Judy Bowrcari of Coleman. Winner of the door prize was Mrs. Rose Lant. Eight permits SPARWOOD (HNS) At a recent council meeting building inspector Bruno Bevclaequa reported eight permits had been issued in October. These included fou? for residences for a total of commercial, antl one industrial at Coleman Lions Community Calendar project, announced local Lions will be calling at homes in the 'Pass for a renewal or first sale of calendars. Calendars will list birth dates and anniversaries of individua members of subscribing families. Dates of lodge and organization meetings fa' the entire year can also he placed on the calendar. Meet Nov. 10 SPARWOOD (HNS) A meeting will be held between Dr. Hopper of the East Koot-enay Health Unit, Norman Hall, deputy governor of Kinsmen and the District of Sparwood Council Nov. 10. It is toped a decision can be made regarding the Health Centre Building and its location in Sparwood. Damage gardens SPARWOOD (HNS) Spar-wood council will advertise for a poundkeeper following complaints of dogs being allowed to run loose and destroying property. In a letter to council a resident stated damage is being done by dogs to yards and gardens, Hockey club SPARWOOD (HNS) At a meeting held recently the Spar-wood Amateur Hockey Association was formed. Officers elected were president Lcn Bousquel; vice-president Rudi DePaoli; treasurer, Mrs. Sybil Peebles; chief referee David Sparling, The next meeting will be held Nov. 12 at the Sparwood Secondary fall conference of Hie Prairie Young People's Association of the Church of Christ. The conference was hosted by the youth group of the Cambrian Heights Church of Christ at Calgary, It was held in the Sir Winston Churchill High School gymnasium. Alan Smith, minister of the Church of Christ at Portage La Prairie and a native of Vulcan, spoke. In attendance from Wrentham were: Kelly and Janet Rudd, Frances Peta, Arthur Slirtgsby, Ahona, Roxie and Cameron Owen, Kathy Tudor and Flo Whitrow. Susan Grbavac of Stirling and Sherris Ingram, Joyce Peters and Gordon and John Loree of Taber attended. Sell magazines FOREMOST (Special) -Foremost Junior High School students in a recent sales drive sold magazine subscriptions valued at Target for the year was A percentage ot the profits go to the Students Union. High salesman this year was Candace Lynes with a total of Bridge winners ETZIKOM (HNS) Mrs. Helen Kraft and Gerorne Strom-smoe captured top spots in bridge with lows going to Mrs, Ella Robinson and Eddy Dick. In the whist section Mrs. Kay Halverson and Lyle Bolljrngs-worth took firsts with consolations going to Leona Clies n e y and John Lanz. Tea, bazaar COALDALE (HNS) Plans Cor the tea and bazaar to be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, were completed at the recent Coaldale Community Hos p i t a 1 Women's Auxiliary meeting, Tlie event is to be staged in the hospital board room, Mrs. James Oshiro displayed articles which had been made and donated by persons in the community for Uie basaar table. Residents of the Alberta Mennonitc Home for the baby pants for the .tospital pediatrics ward is the roll-call item for the Dec, 7 meeting. Make corsages COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. Ed Boehr will demonstrate how to make feather corsages at the lext regular meeting of the Coaldale Arts and Crafts at p.m. Monday, Nov. 23, at the home of Mrs. A. F. Blakie. Contact Mrs. Boehr. Raise FOREMOST (Special) UK'ICEF campaigns here raised for the organization, a slight increase over last year's total. Boxes placed in the classrooms of Foremost School realized a total of Supper Nov. 27 COALDALE (HNS) The congregational supper of the Coaldale United Church has been rescheduled to Friday, Nov. 27, at the church hall. The event is sponsored by the Eva Greer United Church meeting of the council for Wednesday, Nov. 17, in the Taber MD council room, Taber was announced by district president Mrs. Jeanne Scout movement, and is r. aimed at boys in the 14 to 1? Wig-box croft age range. Attendance at the first meet-COALDALE (HNS) Coal- ing was small, but the group is dale Arts and Crafts will spon- confident their numbers will sor a wig-box making workshop grow, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, Chairman Is Bruce Nicoll. at the horn's of Mrs. Esther Cameron Wallman is secretary-Corey, CORRESPONDENCE can Earn Extra Income by Learning to Prepare Tax Returns Far Fall Details, Contact CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TAX ACCOUNTING 0 Adelaide St. E., Dgpt. W Toronto 1. 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I AC companies include: IAC Limited (formerly ludiistrb! Acceptance Corporation) finance Company Liniiicti Niagara Mortgage Company UmiUx Niagara Realty Limited Merit Insurance Company The Sovereign Lil'e Assurance Company of Canada elected by curlers COALDALE (HNS) QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Donlal Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. IB PHONE Franeoeur, teacher at Kate Andrews High School, recently was elected president of the Coaldale Curling Club. Others elected for the 1570-71 term were: Norman Ober, vice-president; Mrs. Eric (Dianne) Nikkei, secretary treasurer; and directors Mrs. Wayne McLennan, Brian Meldrum and Glyn Cale. A motion was passed giving the southern county of L e t h-bridge regional recreation board the under rthe management of W. D. Geldert to assume the operations of the curling rink for this winter season. Anyone wishing to curl is requested to leave -his name at the Coaldale recreation office or phone 71 CORTINA gives V 30 plus miles per gallon V Better Stability V Front Disc Brakes V Easy Handling V Lower Maintenance Costs V Durability Plus many more fecilurei Im 1 1 1 F-O.B. LETHBRIOGE or J Down J Per Month O.A.C. ttth AVENUE i i'S Coimuui holds smorgasbor ETZIKOM (HNS) The Et-zikom Community Club held it recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Pius (Tlickla) Ehnes with IS women present. The smorgasbord will be held Nov. 12. Roll call involved the presentation of a child's nightwes' for the children's hosp i t a 1 at Calgary. A cheque was sent la Mrs. Joe Milzel in order to purchase the aiwtiai 'W! wardrobe plo trophy for llie Nimble Needles Club d Nov. 12 It was decided to present the Elrikom Home and School Association v.itb to aid in (he purchase of Christinas treats for the children. Mrs. Simon (Ellen) llcitrich UIE winner of Ite hostess gift-The next meeting is scheduled for Dec. 2 at (he borne of Mrs. Maurice (Hazel) Knhnann. It will be a Christmas gift exchange. Lunch was served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Annclta Dorsey, Mrs. Giadvs Gcnno and Mrs, Gladys ;