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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Widneidoy, Novimb.r 11, 1772 THI UTrHMIDOl HERALD POT-LUCK By B'ARCY RICKARD Ever feel like you're a failure? Golly, I do. Almost every day. My whole body groans when I think of it. My teeth chatter. My glass eye rolls. My soul twitches and turns and faces backwards when I'm running, desperately running forward. Never mind about this. You feel this way some- times loo, I'm sure. We all have a little trouble. Never mind, we're going to do something to make us feel grand. You know, that "grand and glorious feeling." We're going to capture it, for a time, and feel vastly contented and better. We're going to blow the blues, torpedo the tired old feeling and eliminate the agony of ignorant living. We're going to you guessed it send some barley to Korea for the Unitarian Service Committee of Canada. It's the Lethbridge Herald's Cup of Milk Fund with a new name this year: "A helping handful of barley for Korea." Let's get to it, we'll tell you when. Grasmere trustee undecided NATAL (HNS) board chairman Doug McDon- ald of Grasmere is undecided whether or not to run for office again. Mr. McDonald, a veteran of eight years service with the school board, said he is hopeful someone else will come for- ward. A byeleclion Is required to fill one vacancy, with the suc- cessful candidate eligible to hold the seat until Dec. 31, 1973. Indicating they will run are Gris Nacaratto of Femie, Jack Pidgeon of Femie, John Betenia of Galloway and Bruno Bevilac- qua of Sparwood. Lloyd Phillips, director for Electoral Area A of the Region- al District of East Koptenay, has indicated his intention of seeking re-election. Recreation officials meet Thursday COALDALE (HNS) A joint meeting of south and north rec- reation boards of the County of Lethbridge will be held at p.m. Thursday Nov. 23, in the Coaldale Sportsplex. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss future joint recrea- tion. C of C backs plant BV noss Ginn Herald News Service TABER The "complete confidence and support" of the Taber Chamber of Commerce in the proposed major agri-in- dustrial complex (hog process- ing plant) for this community of was expressed at a re- cent meeting of the chamber council. In its role as representative of the business and agricultural community and a "fairly ac- curate sounding board" of opin- ion for the district, the council was acting in response to an anonymous letter mailed at Medicine Hat demanding that the promoters "stay the hell out of Taber." The council was also con- cerned over recent adverse pub- licity as to public desire re- garding the million plant's location here. The membership drive Is under the direction of finance chairman Russell Bradley. He will appoint five assistants with responsibility over (he five zones of town drawn up by the chairman. Some concern was expressed over the number of Taber busi- ness firms who have not paid 1972 membership fees. District doings 'Hat IDS bishop TABER (HNS) Dr. Mel- vin S. Tagg, native son ol Cai-dston, has been instaUec bishop of the Medicine Hat ward of the LDS Church. Taber stake president Ken- neth P. Anderson officiated. Bishop Tagg succeeds James Brian Gough. He is moving to Raymond. Counsellors to the new bishop are Rulon Litchfield and Floyd Harris. President Anderson was ac companied to Medicine Hat by counsellors Garth M. Harris and Burns W. Wood. Trailer site COALDALE (HNS) -Plans for the town-owned trailer site are continuing. At a recent meeting of coun- cil it was decided to request the Olclman River Regional Plan- ning Commission to prepare a new plan for 14 trailer sites. Each lot will be about 45 feet wicis. The development is on the southwest side of town. Government regulations, to come into affect soon, call for at least square feet per lot. Council is also having esti- mates prepared for servicing the trailer site. Plan party CARMANGAY (HNS) Ten members of the Priscilla Club met at the home of Mrs. Joy Laczo to plan a family Christ- mas parly to be held in the United Church Hall Dec. 14 with a pot-luck supper and a gift ex- change. A short business meeting be held prior to the party at 3 p.m. Mrs. Lydia Anderson will be hostess for the January meet- ing. Badminton club PICTURE BUTTE The Picture Butte Badminton Club plays Wednesday nights et the Picture Butte High School. Games get started at about p.m. and new members are welcome to attend. For more information, con- tact Paul Sauer in Iron Springs or the north county recreation office, Picture Butte. CWL supper COALDALE (HNS) Th'e annual chicken supper, spon- sored by the St. Ambrose Cath- olic Women's League, will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 25, in St. Joseph's School. Everyone is welcome. Proceeds from the event go to assist the CWL in its various projects in the church, school and community. r SPECIAL Recommended usej Tran- sistor radios, appliances and most non-motorized applications. also tlock all fhou "Hard to Find" BattftrJes- for Cameras, Walchet, Radios, Etc. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. PHONE 328-4080 FOUNDATION Sub-con- tractor Hank Bcnnink ol Nob- leford Lumber pours the final load ol cement in prepara- tion for the erection of the luiililiiif; wliich will he the home of (he Nohlcford Curling Cluh. Pholo. St. Mary's goes down, in, hot water STIRLING (HNS) An exhi- bition basketball panic played here roccnlly between (.he SI. Mary's Indians mid the SlirlinR Lakers with the Lakers winning 63-43. llinli scorers were Marly Illrsclio wllli in mid Tl r c I Dreivry 11. SI. Mary's N. lllood came through with 19 points. Passwords 'Pass ambulance praised BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Dr. V. Marinez, on behalf of the medical staff of the local hospital, commended the board of trustees o[ the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital and Nursing Home district No. 40 recently for the efficient oper- ation of the 'Pass Ambulance Service. The medical staff noted the service is being well utilized. It began Jan. 1972, and 92 local trips were made; 30 trips to Calgary; two to Leth- bridge; one each to Edmonton, Ponoka and High River. Collect for CARS NATAL (HNS) Canvassers for the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society fund drive, conducted throughout S p a r- wood, Crowsnest and the Elk Valley, raised a record of this year. The fund raising campaign was again under the direction of Mrs. Betty Dufour of Spar- wood, assisted by about 40 vol- unteer canvassers who canvass- ed the three locations. Honor Miss Sharon Paniec NATAL (HNS) shower was held at Sparwood recently to honor Miss Sharon Paniec. She will exchange marriage vows with Louis Miles of Elk Valley. Both mothers. Mrs. Lydia Paniec and Mrs. Floyd Miles, and the grandmother of t h e bride-to-be, Mrs. Sara Roberts of Sparwood, attended the shower. To Australia CARMANGAY (HNS) Ar- lene nnd Boh Marshall and Kyle Anderson left recently for an indefinite stay in Australia. Mrs. Knight hosts club CARMANGAY (HNS) -The West Country Women's Club met at the home of Mrs. Alice Knight with six members pres- ent. New officers [or the coming year: President, Mrs. Grace Ferguson; vice president, Mrs. Colleen secrelary- treasurer, Mis. Phyllis Clark. Plans were made to hold a Christmas parly at the school Dec. 14. "Pollyanna gifts" were re- ceived by Mrs. Mabel Clark and Mrs. Beulah Hubka. New Pollyanna names for the coming year will be drawn at the Christmas party. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ella Mf- flin and roll call will be an- swered by members bringing old magazines to contribute to the school. Taber must come up with school site TABER (HNS) A site for a new school, comprising from seven to 10 acres, is being sought by Taber school division 6 in the undeveloped area in northwest Taber. Town councillor Mrs. Helen Wentz, representing the council at school board meetings, told council the dte is needed in consideration of expansion of the town with projected indus- trial development. Council referred the matter to the Oldman River Region Planning Commission for a rec- ommendation. Council insisted the school administration must show need before the land is re- served. The division offered to trade lots on 52nd Ave. at the west side of the Central. School prop- erty, and lots facing south on to the Westlake School la Bouth Taber. Cornell was adverse to an out- right purchase. The suggestion was made that the division sell the lots privately. No decision was made pending a report from the planning commission. 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No inslallalion charge. in Canada LUBE, Oil, AND FILTER SPECIAL 6 66 INCLUDES Injlolling 4 quarli of customer's choice brond name oil [straight it Installing new FRAM oil fillers (spin- on or it; Chajiis lubrication. FRONT REAR Vfnyl floor mats, front or rear, full or twin. Choice of 5 colours. BATTERT CHARGER Torcan 4 amp bnllcry charger Svilh automatic circuit breaker. Charging rate automalically lapcrs off as battery recliarges. [deal for home, foim, and boat. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;