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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta at Lantillis eye s by me of safety glasses NATAL (HNS) _ Kaiser Ho- which the si ml would have In up, fractured the bridge of his sources is now a member of (he be travollinc !u break lira nose and ground ulf a portion v> isc On-1 Club of Canada. glasses, it would have cauwd of one lens and the frame of bis Memberships arc limilert lo' serious damage to I his work- I glasses, which being of the those, companies and individu- als being able, lo report inci- dents in which someone's eyes or eye v.'erc saved by ushif! glasses, those s'pcclaclo equipped wilh shatter-proof glass. Pasqualo Camilli, better known as fatsy or just plain Pat, is the first Kaiser lir- sciirces Limited employee to qualify for the award. He was extracting a tungsten stud from a rubber tire with a pat of pliers when I he stud slipped out of the grip of the pliers, flew up and struck Pal's glasses, shattering the right lens. Considering the speed at man's eye had he been wearing safety lype, did not shatter. non-shatlcrproof glasses or no glasses at all. "I'm pretty he says. "Safely glasses are, the only lie wear." works as foreman at general facilities, "le received a Wise Owl badge i 3r bis hard hat and a gold The glasses were credited wilh saving injury to his right eye and possibly Hie left eye also. Reports of the accidents and application for the awards were made by Paul K. Dyer, Kaiser Resources Limited Safety En- gineer. foi lapel pin identifying him as a member of the Wise Owl Club. Another Wise Owl award was earned by Emery Kapas. He was employed on a Kaiser con- struction project by Common- wealth Construction, sub-con- tractors for Kaiser Resources. This workman was using a portable grinder wiien it flew Hospital workers bargai IT'S A BIG ONE There was a lot of potential for pumpkin pie enthusiasts around the Renner household when Barbara Renner picked this 80-pound pumpkin In her garden. The Goliath was 84 inches in circumfer- ence and is displayed by Robin and Shannon Spencer, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Buchan Spencer, Nobleford. am NATAL (HNS) Word was received last week of the final organization of Local 180 of the Hospital Employees Union. The local is affiliated with the j union which serves kitchen, laundry, maintenance staffs, I nursing aides and licensed practical nurses throughout the province. The local was certified in May, and is now involved in its second round of bargaining. The local, which has some 20 members, has Mrs. Be Hutchinson as president. Mrs. Rose Saad is vine-presi dent and Mrs. Margaret Danie secretary-treasurer. Monlni November 11, _ THE IETHBRIBGE HERAID 3 "V EJks plan memorial service BLAIRMOIU; NP Bureau i Elks announced al I the recent lodge meeting the annual memorial service will be held in Ihc Elks Hall Iho of Dec. ,s. Brief plans for ihr annual Klks Ixmspicl were discussal. Frank Vyw was delegated chairman tn arrange the event. The lodge appro; ed payment of the local school bus rcnl for October. It was used once prr week In transport senior citi- zens in the Crowsncst Pass. District deputy grajid exalt ed ruler Marx Gryschuk an- nounced he would be paying official visit to [he Foil Ma'1 leod lodge Nov. and lo Ihn Fernie Lodge Nov. 25. Mem bers from the local lodge will accompany him on the trips. IT'S MINE, I THINK Jeff Powleslond, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Powlesland of Del Bonifa stakes his claim on a calf nol much bigger than he is. Mother cow thinks she has taken about enough of this play action and Jeff kind of agrees with het. Cow shows ore fun hut there is always someone gelling in the way of the bock stage play at the Exhibition Pavilion. Swimmers may use p ool a I. Lclhbrklge riNCHER CREEK (Special' Those interested will have a chance to swim at. the Fritz Sick pool Dec. 4 to May ]5. Registrations must be in to Max Gibb's office by Saturday Nov. 27. The foe will ba the same as last year, Members from Pincher Creek who wish to register may pick up forms from Archie Wilson Pincher Creek's two young swim coaches of the past sea- son are also preparing for the 1972 season. PICTURE BUTTE C.W.L TOMBOLA WINNERS 1st Prize 50.00 GEO. GUDIN-Shaughnessy 2nd Prize 35.00 SISTER DOROTHY MOORE-Lethbridge 3rd Prize 25.00 KELLY KLOVANSKY-Lethbridga A SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL WHO SUPPORTED OUR SUPPER 9 MOTOR HOTEL Con- struction proceeds at Clarcs- liolm on this ,13-unit motor hotel being built on top of the north end shopping centre. There is a need for tourist accommodation at peak pe- riods anil this hotel will fill that need. CAPITAL GAINS TAX-JAN. 1972 Buy now and protect your depreciation values. Wa have a good assortment of tillage and harvest equipment. Coma in and make us an offer. We will take grain in trade on all of our machinery. 1-1967 1130 Cab, good FORD 954 SUPER SIX 4 wheel drive, with cab. 3 pt. hilcli, reconditioned engine 1-IHC 806 1966 wilh cob. Rcol good 1-JD 5010 wilh cob. Good liies. fvi'd good 1-JD 5010 with rob. 500 hri. on complete reconditioning including 5020 small injectors. 1-1963 MASSEY 1 100 with cob, low hourv New Oce.'fv N'c-.v hydraulic. calx duok I 100 hrs. .1800 hrs. 1--MM 6707 1-JD 4020 'with cob, largo lirn. Real good 1766 model 1-JD 509.0 with cob, 1900 hrs. Completely checked over I-JD 80 With cob 1-JD80 with cab. Excellent condilion 97 with cob. Now rear tires. Complete rear end overhaul 1-VERSATILE 145 with cob, air cone I- IHC 4100 wheel diivc wilh cob, HC -1100 dnvc will, cob, low hourl rf-lft Sincil- n 1.3A Excellent condition 1-COCKSHU1T 1900 with cob. Air conditioned. Rrol cjoori COMBINE SPECIALS We will moke rcol good deoli on 3-NEW 7700 JD COMniNES, Diesel and gos. 1-Read good 96........................... S4SOO 1-J.D. 730. RlfSEt COMBINE, with enb, pickup, chopper, used 2 seasons. Rcnl good................. SUPPLIES LTD. BOX 158 WARNER, ALBERTA Phone Hoyrl, Kir-lh nrul ill 617-30'15 crnd M3..T9.1.1. Hnycl Rei 7.13 1308 cattle i auctioned (Special) Semi-final Cranbrook Sales Point Community Auction Sales Ltd. auction Wednesday return- ed for a 308 mixed head turnover. Prices in general altered lit- tle from the earlier November sale and continued lower than October. Good yearling steers went al 32 to 33, heifers 29 to 30.50, good fat cows 19 to 20, good feeder cows 22 to 23; good steer calves to 39.50, heifer calves Roun Bazaar succeeds mm Opens Dec. 16 new Civic Building here will be officially opened Dec. ifi. COALDALE (HNS) The re-1 SPAR WOOD (HNS) The cent fall lea and bazaar spon- sored by the Coaldalc Commu- niiy Hospital Women's Auxil- iary was a success say those in charge. Mrs. Iflrelta Coyne. Mrs. Anne Friesen and Mrs. Vera Llovd were winners. Chicken supper COALDALE (rTNSl A chicken supper, sponsored by I he Sunbeam Sewing Circle of The opening ceremony will the Coaldalo Mcnnonitc Cnnfor- commence at 2 p.m. The open j once Church, will be. held from house for the public will be to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2fi, from 2 to s p.m. j in the church basement. A plaque will commemorate Proceeds are designated for the. occasion. Baldeo speaks COALDALE Rev. Baldeo will ppcnk and show slides on Trinidad .it Lhe Coal- rl.'ilo Hntary Ghih meet- ing Tuesday in l.bc steak house, Ivan Meyere is in charce of l.lio women's night, program. or partners of the Hotar- ians are invited as guests, New techniques, trends JB. discussed at institute FOREMOST (Special) Sim, ar award and a certificate ?orcmosl School was the venue crs an opportunity to meet with half of the local association, 'or the annual Teachers Fall others in their own subject area Mrs. Atkins retired in June of institute recently, attended by j for mutual help, discussion and this year afkv lengthy leach- teachers, administrators and j exchange of ideas, school board representatives! Local president Richard Bus- 'rom all over Comity of 40- well presented a gift to Mrs. Mile. I---------------------------------------- If a day of busy activity. The institute opened with a irief lecture on the Theory of Behavioral Objectives by three education faculty members of he University of Letiibridgc. Dr. Harold A. Skolrood, a.sso- :iate professor of education, i s c ii s s e d the functions of ichavioral objectives. He point- out the three elements ne- Rev. Rumsey supervises iKoolenay CRANBROOK (Special) Rev. Cavin Rumsey, minis- ter of Christ Church Anglican parish, has accepted appoint- ment for a vear lo fill also the LIII.> .t-al EUIVV IV-'llglllv r" r ing sen-ice with the county. ofllcc "-asl n -t i. mi 'i i supervisor.- paslor for Cecil (Anne) Dillenbcck Koolenav dioccsc whi'd was unable to be present for a Cluv Peters elected horsemen PLNCHER CREEK (Special! -The Pincher Creek '0llrs lo kerp, Auxiliary was field at the bos- bers. "World outreach." and Rev. of an ounce, anil it's all nt rar the ATA received their mem-1 parish. Trail, led a teen-agers'; from body to head pilal with the election of offi-j A lotal of 19 new inductees lo i Donald Malins of St. Andrew's in one unit. Xo wires lead cers bei'ig the main business. Mrs. May NLsh will again servo as president with Mrs. Roatha Stcddard as vice-presi- dent. Secretary will be Mrs. bersbip certificates. There was i discussion. These models arc free, so T no formal induction ceremony] Supervisory pastor function surest you write for yours now. this year. Tile newcomers are: i is close coordination of region- Acain, we repeat, there is no Burriett School D. Roy j al parish objectives toward certainly.noobligation. ence. Mr. Percervault the mathematics group and Dr. Skolrood the social studies sec- tion. A physical education pro- gram lilled "Pep Without Pur- pose is Piffle" was led by Elma ma Lowe Mrs. Norma Dr. Eric Mokosch gave Ihc Anderson, treasurer. Mrs. Thel- summary of the opening re- marks. Teachers divided up into four interest groups to pursue Ihc question of writing behavioral objectives in the subject area of their choice. The language arts group was led by Jack Her- man, a reading consultant from tin Tabcr school division. Dr. Mokoscii led the group study- ing behavioral objectives in sci- Mabel Mrs. Recva I EnnLs- Dianne Mills: Bow Is- i true Christian objectives. Write to Dcpt. 5769 Beltons Woolf will head !he program committee. Mrs. Fern Carlson will be in charge of the confec- tion cupboard. Mrs. Lucy Jones is the advertising secretary. Mrs. Alberta Bradshaw is in charge of the entertainment for the auxiliary wing. Mrs. Nish gave a report on a meeting of the Alberta Hospital Ladies Auxiliary she attended in Edmonton. Siie was accom- panied by Mrs. Strobl, the Di- rector of Nursing for the Card- slon Hospital. The latter attend- ed the Alberta Hospital As- sociation meeting. land Kuns- All diocesan clergy will meet Electronics, 3637 Metropolitan man: Conquerville Eugene Maslcl, Ron Rice: Foremost Debbie Banack. Pauletle Gar- ber. Joanne Lazzarctto, Cordon P o w e 1 s o n: Manyberries A n n c 11 e n Eiserman, Sandra Molinc, Willie Wiebe; .Senator Gcrshavr High School. Bow Is- land Cerald Crimes, .1. Brent Hall, Ken Joseph. Don- ald Rencz. Donald Yutsyk; St. Michael's Bow Carolyn Delfararri, Anita May- I eromichals. j The instil utc is a joint ven- ture of the ATA local No. 2. The School Boards of County of Forty Mile and the Separate j School Board in Bow Island. I with Bishop Berry Dec. 6 to Blvd., E., Montreal 38, P. 10 at Sorento STOP BALDNESS Free Scalp Clinic in lethbridgc Wed., Nov 54l Grcvcs Ihe auxiliary lias become af- j T11P nlanninn of lbr> nmtrram is under the chairman- j fiMatcd Albcrtri I ,V10 the piogiam ship of Paulctte Carter. Req A.TVilii __' Lit! to and bulls IS lo Turner spoke on the modified with a lop for Ihc 12 entries of Stocker cows averaged 270 a head. Entries came from Castlc- gar, Golden, and South Coun- try which contributed around 100 head, mostly from Lewis Mclntyre and Cy Lancaster, Grasmere. Most animals were shipped out by the following day lo Lethbridge feeder lots. Final 1972 sale is cleanup, and is December 1. The Sales Point iniliales a new item in iTS, a pure bred bull sale wilh school year in a lalk entitled "There's more Ihr.n one wav lo the responsibility of the profes- ry Association. i development committee The next meeting will he in consultation with S'.iperin- 'Cti lheCbrisi-ilnnfle.nl. of Schools. Clifford R.; ORE held on Dec. Cut the Tie" with Garry Law j as chairman. Mrs. Madge Hadlington was chairman for the tliiid session which saw Jack Herman give a presentation of particular in- terest to language arts and re- medial reading teachers on a practical reading inventory. The final group for junior j and senior high school social; studies was directed by Joe I Ti'ekofski, and guest speak- emphasis on Hereford. Charo- i or Tom Bergstrom eonducled a 'ais and both black and red An- i double session on implementing gus. Uie social studies program. Mrs. Annie MacGomiu shows her FORT MACLEOD (Special) Mrs. Eileen Mason was hos- less for the Fortnightly Cluh when Mrs. Rider Davis showed pamphlets hmkmarks ,-id- iiMnt: Can.-ida licxik Speaker for the evening was local artist Mrs. Annie Mac- Gowan. She (old nlmut the his- tory of (he Jlnclond Art Club and her lalk with senie of Miss C.illly 1'AUK is DC- loi of Uie cluh now. CLINICALLY TESTED AMI CUARAXTEFIl DISCOVERY I-OR HAIR AND M'ALP. (Aid lo improve condition of scalp.) ACT NOW! MEN WOMEN "Save Your Hair" DO.VT RESIGN GET THE FACTS enlarge your savings! If your condition Is This internationally-famous "hopeless1' he will toll you expert urges lh.nl you do frankly. About 5'i of nol resign lo bald- !'hose, ilc are ness you are al- 'riih ready bald. Your only nh- your'hair and ligauon is lo yourself ran and should he done lo free your mind about 1'ttlc time hair lass, dandruff itch- u''" ho I" put your .scalp in condi- "r "is- Rrm, orders. 7 Vi% on f.u.u.lnlccrl 5 Inlercsl on Savincs Actounls, Calculaled Monthly Inlercst on Free Chequing Accotmli again. FARMERS MERCHANTS TSLIST DIKTOn'S AMAZING IllSCdVERY fur HAIR SCALP HANGER SIGNS Dandruff Hoir Too Dry or Oily Excess Hair Fall Itchy Scalp Hair and Scnlp Specialist will bo holding fro hair and scctlp clinic at Iho Marqtiit Hotel, Wed., Nov. 24 only between (lift hours of 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. All cxonunotions orn given in private, tlifre is no nWionhon Nn onpninlmr ni nenrled. Ask the drsk clurk ;