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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta By D'ARCY RICKARD In II..''- 1 .sales lo the major national .Unite j magazine publications. .Sign 1 lor- J The Better Half appears in .'te carloon-jsome 200 daily and Sunday w h o s e i newspapers in Canada and the t ��� 12 wasU.S'. and throughout the world, edition. i What is the secret of this suc-'"','/( {y- I lie llrf.i cess story? J" J^iW'''L-:nr la ! . 'rne cartoonist thought of liar-. fjit* ii irom ^ct and Stanley as real people. V'Mrwiiili. in We once wrote: "Th'-y liv.~ in ,:a little house dawn the block , land Stanley makes ds way to .ure ji years] as,.; * lea-'------- h Dro!otvw� of L'.'r a,,, ire"-like all of us, '^T'' ���vvke true r.':. �'a.vs ;* b^f. j- the mean! i hi C> he did side and like t� ;�-.i . r-.vtliing from sc||i�(j sewing (golf. Their rlairmi,, ir.yWics'lo being ;i� advance I sisU> -.if television, the board member; Stan Grocutt of Calgary, district secretary and trustee of the retirement welfare fund; Dan McDonald, district representative of Calgary and Steve Penney, president of the Coleman Miners Pensioners group. Retired miners 65 years of age and over, on old age pension, had their miners' welfare increased from $30 per month lo $75 per month. Miners retiring at age 62 to 65 receive a miner's welfare benefit of $120 per month. -Vern Decoux photo PINCH Eft CREEI - A unique and ir .. ing project, in the form �* chocolate bee, was held re" cently by women of the piiiciler Creek Ward of the LDS Ch^ch- Aided by 20 women, Vibert Woodruff was the vener. Bazaar, lea con- CWL project at Garden CUy llattic Jensen, Mrs. r da Wood and Mrs. Myrtle L-.nit'i. all of Cardston, wove in .'.lei lance, to give assistance. St; rting early in the forc-1 or" the groun r'.nned n 1 uik. lg and boxing ];,o one-)oun:' boxes by evening. ThN vill be repeated several time; , -lefoi'; Ct'.irisimas and ag.-nti 1 :jefo.c Valentine's day. Aryone desirous of obtaining hes> chocolates may conia1 t >r.y member of the church, ^d*tbeatri-land cccasi�or''ly a wight 00 agtoi for a very s*" .. ral tmipe. He claif" seph's Catholic vVofIiei� & ; calls in town and non in th.. League will hold it-s a^"U1'' MD >>r October, were reportrd bazaar- and tea Saturday, Noy to T .ber's town counc ( bv fir-21, from 2:30 to 5:30 p.**1- u; chie A. Jay Edward . Unpaid the Lions Club Rooms htfe- jamb,'lance accounts at mon:h Baked goods, cabb-gfc r�l' � [end a^unte�_to f^iz. Christmas cards, --ed oQ0's " novelties, popcorn bglli tea will be often f.j'" tainment of Magi,- [> a'.'1 trict patrons. There will be s draw and a door 1 >i �-' jih; iter Barnes sold c;i''s, painted \ \^y^. They bav* a d signs drove taxis, c'!lted mag, j cWAvwa. They \ a,.=.nes and notfspa^1}, soidjt.A other, but . e u ';S*-be ochtr tvi.. thf 11^. Of-' iVvod.'" -year advirtising, was a f?Wtl�n salesman. i?.Hreatncal -it die By PEARL LIEBELT J/erald News Service newspaper dm inf? th *Tx p01nted * V You made those days "MM $s!t.^*** �n you didn'i have *i >iw"lSi^ ' Bob ms borh'/%a 1 born- usii?; fnr-thpre vyas e' be was rated, in the ^ half -en cartoonists in VP on 1 p '" WARNER - The Warner Lions Chib held its 26th annual charter night, recently v/jth more than 100 members, escorts and guests. Zone chairman Lion Andy . Archibald introduced the guest. Iipeakcr for the eveing, district [governor Bob Roush. His home (club is Havre, Mont. He has been a Lion for 20 years and has Jl years' perfect attendance. Pi'csident Bob Huddlestonc presented Lion Bob and Mrs. Roush with a silver engraved g5, this unit contains the same quality construction 04 above. n]Ottrs>'> box spring and legs. Refl. 85.95, 0^n|ng special ................................. 54" MAHRESS, BOX SPRING AND 6 LEGS Reg. 104.95, ^PENING SPECIAL .......................... contMiporary style 3-piece BEDROOM SUITE 60 incl, trlp|d drossori 48 [nch beve||ed m.r 4 drawer ches) ^nd pQne| faed Rea ^ ^...... tHAde-in special simmons BEAUIYreST quilt top or TLJr>ed mattresss U.OO "trade-in allowance on pjec0 purchased save money on our BEDDING SALE IDEAL TIME TO PURCHASE FOR THE EXTRA GUESTS DROPPING IN FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS SPRING MORN 39" MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING Quality 220, 13 gauge coil construction, smooth top, rayon damask ticking. Reg. 74.95 set. OPENING SPECIAL, SET ... COALDALE (HNS) - The Barcns - Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-scbool clinics: PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Nov. 24, in the Library Building (south door! from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Nov. 24, in the Health Unit Office in the-Administration Building, from )0 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. VAUXHALL: Wednesday, Nov. 25, in the Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday. Nov. 26, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Nov. 26, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, Nov. 27. in the school from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Fluoride tablets arc available at all clinics free of charge. Old monarch chevrons went to Melvin Erickson, 10 - year member; Ernie Ried, 15-year member; Earl Hutchinson, 25-year member. Secretary's award went to John Bolokoski for 2 years perfect secretary's attendance. The presentation of paraphernalia to Taber and C o u 11 s-Sweetgrass clubs by the tail-twisters, Ken Stroman and Jay Snow caused much merriment. Recipients were Ken Wolsey of Taber and Gene Cody of the Coutts - Sweetgrass clubs. Ken Stroman officially greeted the guests at the door. Civic greetings were brought by Mayor Jack Ashmore. Dinner was served by the women of the Royal Purple. Head table guests were Mayor and Mrs. Jack Ash-more;' District Governor 37C Lion Bob Roush and Mrs. Roush; zone chairman Lion Andy Archibald and Mrs. Archibald, Lethbridge; Deputy District Governor, Lion Jack Rollingson and Mrs. Rolling-son, Lethbridge; prcs ident, Lion Bob Huddlestone and Mrs. Huddlestone, Warner; master of ceremonies Jerald Hutchinson and Mrs. Hutchinson, Warner. Members of the International Lions Club official Family present: District Governor 37C Bob Roush, Deputy District Governor, Region 2, Ed Aubert, Browning, Mont.; Zone Chairman region 2A, Lee Eichingcr, Shelby, Mont. Dancing concluded the evening to the music of the Golden Nuggets. receives b.a. 00M SUITE SPECIAL 27995 T. C. Williams lo be honored at 90-marlv TABER ~- Open house will he held from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 25, at 5707 5()tli Ave., Taber, to honor T. C. (Charlie) Williams on the occasion of his 90th birthday. All friends arc welcome to tail. It is requested that no gifts be presented. Miss Stasia Chronik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Chronik of Picture Butte, was recently conferred with a Bachelor of Education degree at the Fall Convocation of the University of Calgary. Miss Chronik revived her elementary and high school education in Pic-lure Butte and furthered her educotion at tho Universities of Icthbridoo and Colgary. She is ipreeently employed with the Calgary Separate School System teaching at an elementary school for the second year.  *  TRADE-IN SPECIAL sealy posturepedic EXTRA FIRM or GENTLE FIRM 10.00 Trade-in allowctnco on each piece purchased convenient terms! OPEN 'TIL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13th Street N. Phone 328-4441 COUNTRY NEWS These Are Thelethlmdge Herald Correspondents In Your Area BUCKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY ...... P.O Box m8 CRANBROOK NANCY MILES (Special).............. 304 5th St. S. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKLA EHNES .................. Gen. Del. FOREMOST GEOFF TAGG ........................ Box 381 FAITH MRS. THEKLA EHNES ................... Gen. Del. Contact these people for your District Newt or Classified Advertising 231 OA 1967 DODGE 8 cyl., 4 door, automatic, motor just overhauled...........t  3-1967 PONTIACS V-8 motors, automatic, $1845 2374A 1967 CHEVROLET 8 cyl., 2 door, automatic, 'tlOA'! power brakes...............^iiaOJ X388A 1966 CHEVROLET 4 door, 8 cyl., automatic, (tlliC radio. ................JMioi V369 1966 PLYMOUTH FURY 4-doar, 6 cyl., 4"7QC standard.................... ^/7j 417IA 1965 CHRYSLER 300 4-door, outomatic, radio, povvor steering, power brakes.......t ' * 2232A 1965 PLYMOUTH SAVOY 2-door, automatic, 0/v 62 11 A 1965 PLYMOUTH 8 cyl., 2 door, "tAOl slandard................ P07*J 23S4B 1965 PLYMOUTH 4-door, 6 cyl., automatic, H!V 'Til 9 p.m. /. 68A -,/64 CHRYSLER i DOOR 5 cyl., automat;- odio, power , oke�, power ,h vrinfl....... ^63 CHRYSLER DOOR f, cyl., automatic, � ;wer slcchifl, ^'.jwer brakes, ......... � i60B >63 PLYMOUTH | DOOR j cyl., automatic, ,(Jio..................... $875 $775 $565 NEW CAR SHOWROOM AND SERVICE STATION Cor. 1st Ave. �� ,d 7th Ave. ;