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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Third Sc Lethliridge, Alberta, Saturday, October (I, a lieiv n. new Failure nitP low KlVSri nn if) _ hiil'e'' tn 1 Penal iu hni u n 111 ttmi i breilKe flas ran k ru pii i nn in nil s fcder 1 pii 01 hi pioui i is k' nt succe sful trpti id Ihr (I ni ur um and mediui icrril of to il r h il ih tnn I insti'i hons Prisoneis a1- na's- prantcd dav or The pn nl ln it five nit relatncs. 1111 it i- in ng i IP riio An] P" rr Pnre mrrt (el Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions 8 children's homes Magnifiers Repairs Reasonable Prices 1 to n l i II t f T i ii in di idh i S in i mm 11.1 t hu id e it, net t ileo r tl n I-n n il U t i u ill o] iei Irn l n t le i> j. h o- r n icio (hi louin ho iKffni th eimit i i t them i. I n f i itt up I r i r i t I1 N I liec i11 1 r i i s TX le i ihe n n 1 di 11 ip til o om it i 1 to re h r m n i i f or; id d i, it'i I it n leuo ,fl 1 01S 1 11 t I (0 Inn lip pn pi H npl incut fu t fir i IL d n n se f oin pi i i I t i ii i i ton -11' nu "i did n T 11 If" 1 i it i h h i t t i l I i f L.. i ti 11 I II 1 MI U 1 pi lit h i hi! iiii lh 01 Ii i n t i i ted for a I (H t'H i i) Id I i I 11 i d were soon recaptured. Cuilirs Bay minimum sociriU fir days and tv.o pi i onu.s failed to return. MISSION', Whan Mart Komicy was kita; or Canadian hand 'leaders his theme soup was a Nest Von. .Nov. he's bark home in the West, fealherins a new nest and selling a lew f.n Ihe side. "I'm not in tile husi- ness any says the man v.h-isc sueelly hleaded trill sounds 'wete a nalii.nal "li'.'al estate's my business now, ami I'm really enjoying it.'' Tho transition v.as brought home to him shortly after IK- movetl to this Fraser Valley cunmunily (mm Ontario two years his for- mer songstress Norma Locke, and their l.Vyear-old ter. Elizabeth.' One of hi.s early successes as a real estate agent .selling a former bank building to a furniture retailer. At Ihe grand opening of the fnr- Jiilnre .store, the owner intro- doeed him to a pink-chocked flise jockey v.as doing a .sli.r.e on loe.-.'.'imi. As tiie reek tunes in tile background, tiie youir; man smiled and shook hards. his were saying. Mart Who" FAMOUS "He didn't know me from a sack of brans." Keimey, vdio was onco amonp the best-known commodities on Canadian radio. "And wiiy should be? I'm from another era.1' To all intents and purposes that big-band era died with the. 193.Cs, a rock 'n' roil boat f r it in I ul tl 1 hit sound lived on at Marl Ki-i- I v s I i K h i uppii i hi nn n ir fit on i i i I l id it'i t rcro tl i mti lake th 11111 1 S h night d ti hr u i i t 11 tt the So th if Viimnpf iih i In, i 11 1 of tht fiitnf l n re-1 side of 11 H His n f who is 61. liu Ik n on t'i min 1 il l'i v, i re d s up flic if staii tie ihnb no r si ir -u f n, c o nn 11 nel w Ihey ean even walk- on Sunday inerninp is some- thiiv; I eaii't understand." I'll Get Ily. Staiiiu i. Time (In My Hands. Siar, Fell On Ala- l.-aina. V.'iien 1 (irov.- Too Old To Dream- from the Dirty 'ihirlies; Tv.o Sleepy People, Sentimental Journey, Some- lime. Ant! from the Sc-fo'id Win- u A Little On I 'i he I.eneh" Sv.'e. The While i Cliffs of ll-r.--r. Don't Sit. Fnder Tin- Applo Tree. While CALL IT ''Von ean call it nostalgia or whali-vi-r. hul to that eellera- tion baek a whole j series of ovrnis. It's not just Mart ilio orehes- t.ra. It's thev were and I I'.hal they duiiif! at a particular lime when they i heard us here u-e play somc- j cue coni'-s op and says: 'Von j know-, we daneed to you the nifdit we were or i.'.-oin we married or in j tin- armed forees.' j Then. lie talks in that fani'liar tone, he real- u.-ing the present tense. Tin- bar.d-leadinj; ear- eer that slarn-d in Itr.JO is sup- I posed tti hr- over. "I'm lea'ly not playinp any lie says almost apolo- i f.vlicallv. "ft founds funny, I but I'm net "Pixeept for flic odd time." j Mail K'-nney and hi.s Wcst- eni eientiemen was the most popular band of the time in Canada. That and radio. Hi.s tire first dance hand picked by the Canadian Kaiiio i ner of tlio for regular not wurk broadeaslhK'. It 11 l 1 i 1 a pro- l i i. Uo 1 ftk M lint am i ill era it i ti n I I hi u d 111 f me u ill' not.il (R( fn n i! i i ill to n Mm i o lh i r vi am lid H 11 u 1 -i fiom -iniou crystal -ils and then more eompiicated radios. fashionable for boys i ,ile to build radio sots (hen. And f j slartod to Amerean i station--- ard llearinc th" iir-t iiands." Filtit be'd hii-ii a Of the Vio- "bin 1 soemf-'i to have ni'.ieil time to praeti.-e." v.as hv ihe i.-d to Toronto in iiii'l e-. iitral iiaM- luiU a e t i I i i s Later lie limit I lie Itatu-h. a slipper e'nh at just v.esl sound i-r the saxophones'. jti--t i lle anii eominit in as a legitimate .-ec- business tiitercsls. ineliiflmi; a (ion in daiie.-- bands. Xext tiling lie knew, v. as j flown at Ihe music store in- I Why B.C.'.' in a do-.ui and j "I puess I'vi.- montli. I de.red li.C Ile'-piie the was weleome we not in On- lle dropped out of hiph I tario. I puess I a seiriol while repeatini: second i tired of tin- lonp wititt-rs .V1''ir- j there. Out in're it's dafiodtls "My 'ji-atidfatlier brought on the ard of l-'ebruarv and me up most of my life. My relatives behind parents were .soparalfd ard stump" suhsequciiily divorced. My MisKion pranrlfather bad some fuian- i__________________....._______ eia! reverses, so i! was kind of in.....ss'ry to pet i AT IS fie started piayin.1: pi'ofos- olh-.-r ptir- suits-oil his 18th birthday. In he was plavinp .n a cabaret band by night and givinp saxophone lessons p, customers of a musical instru- ment company by day. The daytime employer of- fered him a job sellinp instru- ments in Saskatchewan. Ho was znijiiedi.ito success as n s a 1 e s m a n. doubling his quota each month. He iartcd agitating for bet- ter pay. asking to be put on a commission basis. After a ii i I (tie. Ill" boss agreed, i II ii v.-as December, HC'li. 'The Great Depression hit. Slid if nly nobody was buying i loncs. Tbore no commissions." i Tin- next .sprmp he went to j Ciihli Lake, a rcsorl soutli- i i t of Hcfiina. hopinc to .sell j i nn horns to the itinerant Olio u in musicians mil h played there in the limn r. They hadn't shown id th proprietor- needed a I In sbnn order. Mart 1 i nin was bark on the tr ilk leading a five-piece ip throueh the summer. O at iru THE OLD DAYS Mori Kennc-y, bis Western durinci the above, leading 1930's. We cirft overstocked in v; inch washed gravel. This grr.vnl i-.. excellent for roods, perking orons, t! e 'oyr., Reg. Price cu. yd. SALE PRICE CU. YD. SAND and GRAVEL CO. Phone 327-3610 annually on 5 year deposits Member, Canada Deposit Insur.-.ncs Corporator. 740 4th Ave. South, Lclhbriclge, Alberta Phone 328-5561 OTHER ALBERTA OFFICES nod Edmonton A. MHroy Nonncincl E, UcJnire 1. Fair and Reasonable Taxation 2. Spokesman for Working People 3. Concern for the wishes of the Citizens of Lefhbridge "Nap" Mifroy 7. Aldermcm available to all citizens 4. A more representative City Council 5. A better working relationship between Citizens and Council 6. Sound business administration Norrnflfici E, leclnire Norntand E. w I Inserted by the Nap Milroy-Norm I.eCloiro Compaign Committee 111 i iniiiiiii ;