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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta r f icfc i Boyle s Column By HAL BOYLE woman at i rorktail mi I 7TJ A 11 did you have to spend ov NEW YOHK (AP) Wifely remarks that husbands get tired of hearing: "The refrigerator is wear-Ing out. We need a new one." "It's getting so thin on top I think you ought to get a wig, Henry. A lot of men are wearing them today." "Well, if I ever get married again, it certainly won't be for love. I've tried that, and it's for the evening talking to tier? You acted as if she had you hypnotized." "The vacuum cleaner is broken. We need a new one." "The liquor cabinet is completely empty, Henry. If you want a martini, you'll have to over to the neighbors and borrow a cup of gin. Maybe, you'd better borrow two cups I'E hav- one with you." "If they do something T i M-f t CALGARY (CP) If you've ever toured Alberta, you've probably stopped at Elbow, Boly Springs and Beaver Hills House. But you probably know them by their "recent" Calgary, Banff and Edmonton. The descriptive names were those given the settlements by Alberta Indians in the the Indians had their own ames for rivers, lakes and th mountains. -j With the coming of white ex- fc lorers, many Indian names w vere retained on the early D such as Michichl and ilinnewanka. w 'Others were translated from he ndian words into English, such T s Hairy Hill, Picture Butte and row-Blinded that I see- anything wrong with a married man talking to a bad, they're mine." HAS SAME DISH "I don't care if you had chicken Kiev for lunch every day this week. You're still having chicken Kiev for dinner tonight." "The air conditioner broke down this afternoon. We need a new one." "Myrtle's husband Just got another big raise. Ha doesn't let everyone in his office push him around." "Mother .says she won't come and spend summer with us unless yc- write her a letter first acd tell ter for sure that she is welcome." "I think I'll have my hair tinted ash with a white streak In it." "The electric dishwasher is on the blink. We need a new one." "We never go out anymore. Why don't you simply keep me in a closet like Bluebeard did his wives, and be done with "I certainly have come up in the world. When I married you I was a sweet innocent girl. But what am I now? A den mother for a bunch, of juvenile delinquents, that's what I am." "I think I'll -my hair brown.. Brown looks good in autumn, don't you "The garbage disposal, unit in the sink just went kerplunk. We need a new one." "This isn't a it's a BIG CAR FELLA Backing up singer Engeibert Humperdinck is his new Rolls Royce. The popular vocalist currently is on a world Hugh Dempsey of the Glenbow Institute has compiled a list of Indian names for Alberta communities by talking to Indians who still recall some of the old names. The pamphlet lists names for 151 communities from Arrow Wood to Whitecourt Where-the-Rivers-Meet. Mr. Dempsey said that long before the first explorers Lake. th NAMED FOR HORSE Indians used rational methods ft f naming places, Mr. Dempsey a aid. Geographical description rn was the most giving F s such names as The Nose, T low Coronation, after a nearby n-lill or Where-the-Rivers-Meet, vi Sophia Stays [n Apartment NEW YORK (Reuter) Meander and a number of other points. When the early settlements went up, the Indians had their own names for them, often >ased on physical description. Thus, Many Houses was a good name for Fort Macleod when it was the major settlement in southern Alberta. xess Sophia Loren remained se-luded today in her apartment vhere she was robbed of about S600.000 in jewels Sunday. She plans to return to Rome tonight. Miss Loren stayed inside her apartment where she, questions from New itork police and FBI agents, spokesman Joseph1 Friedman iaid. Her husband, Carlo Ponti, left nere last week to go to Milan, where his father died. He had announced he would fly here Monday night but changed his rand after speaking with Miss joren on the telephone in the afternoon. Miss Loren has refused to tall: with reporters and police continued to be tightlipped in discuss-ng the case. They refused to eveal whether they had any solid leads to the identities of :he four gunmen who broke into ttiss Loren's apartment Sunday I Ends At NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The board of school trustees for School District No. 1 (Fernie) has decided to discontinue school bus service within th2 township of Sparwood and within the city limits of Fenae. The service is to be discontinued Nov. 1. In Sparwood exception was made for students who normally board buses at the southern end where Pine Ave. joins Highway 3 at the- motels and restaurant. This is in keeping with Serv Sparwoc board's policy of providing bus service where children would otherwise have to walk to school along the edge of a highway. The secretary treasurer of the board advised the trustees the Regional District of East Kootenay is responsible for the lists and the deadline for these lists is Oct. 25. He also requested the board establish dates for "attendance area" meetings. The "attendance area" meeting for the Elk Valley will be Nov. 10 under the direction of Len Musil. In his report to the board, the construction projects manager indicated the Upper Elk pro-fabricated buildings are 45 per cent completed. Delivery, of the units is anticipated between Oct. 12-15. Construction of the Sparwood Secondary School industrial education extension has come to a standstill. The board authorized the construction projects manager to complete the work out of money held back from the eon-tractor. Work on the Sparwood Elementary School extension is progressing and the contractor has made up some of the time lost during the summer. Target date for completion is now set for Dec. 18. In keeping with its policy of making school facilities available for other community use after school hours, the board is considering a contract with the City of Fernie to control )d ondary School for Scout and Guide activities. The board decided to issue an invitation to Leo T. Nimsick, MLA, for a tour of schools in the district. The district superintendent will make the necessary arrangements. The purpose of the tour is to promote better understan ding among educators, students, administrators and those who represent taxpayers in Victoria. The district superintendent indicated the Boivin Creek school will be open Oct. 19. An initial enrollment of 10 secondary students and 30 etemen-tary students is Plans Visit To Sparwood SPAHWOOD (HNS) Minister of Municipal Affairs Dan Campbell informed the District of Sparwood that he will be visiting the area in November. He plans to meet with the council Nov. 25. Agreement has been reached on price of land to be sold for Canadian Pacific Rail right of way in the Elk Valley. The agreed price is Dawson Developers requested permission to purchase a lot for a single men's hostel. The To Attend Social Studies Conference TABER Four teachers from Taber School Division No. 6 will attend a social studies conference in Edmonton Oct. 22 to 24 hi preparation for the introduction of a new social studies course next September. It is sponsored by the Alberta Teachers Association social studies specialist council. They are Allen M. Andres, Chamberlain (Grassy Lake) School; Harry Hassler, Hays School; and Donald A. Ferguson and Darrel Slauenwhite, both of W. R. Myers, MODERN FIRST The first postal system o: modern tones was created by the French in Initiated NOBLEFORD (Special) At a star and Initiation Ceremony, seven new Explorers were initiated into the Nobleford United Church Explorers. Those initiated were; Denise Titising, Veronica Jankunis, Sandra Streimer, Sandra Pike, Marlene VenHuis, Debbie War-mink, and Christina Zeck. To the girls earning the first red, blue and gold star, the awards were also made. Tea was served to the mothers present by the Intermediate PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS ICE CENTRE Tuesday, October 13th Free Public Skating r of land required would DS 3.76 acres. Dawson Developers submitted a set of drawings of the proposed unit. Council approved the hoste] and stated that permits would be issued subject to the planning board's approval. Council felt there is a need ol variety in the design on the exteriors of homes being constructed by Dawson and thai the firm be informed of this fact. RECORD Brian Wyalt of Auckland, New Zealand, claims the worlt tea-drinking 81 cups in 6 hours and 7 minutes. Wednesday, October 14th Beginners Skating Friday, October 16th Mothers and Preschoolers Free Skating Noon Public Skating Saturday, October 17th Public Skating Audi-Visual Consultant. The board gave approval of schools and school grounds in that city. It also girls also elected their executive recently, with Gwen Luchia the Chief Explorer Showtimes II Sunday, October Public Skating library on a two-hour one-day a week basis, similar to the arrangement now in service at Vauxhall. Mrs. Emma Angel will be the publie librarian. She will announce when the library will be open. A new textbook rental, fee collection policy was adopted by the board. Assistant superintendent Clifford R. Elle told of the introduction at the Dr. Hamman Elementary School of a parent aide program. Volunteer mothers assist in clerical work and other non-professional work. Mr. Elle told the board that this new venture as well as the teacher aide program instituted last year, "are working out very Bennett the Keeper of the Log. Early in the new year, another election will be held, so more girls can actively take part on the executive. The month of October is devoted to the study of UNICEF, winding up on Oct. 28 with i Penny Carnival, .with all proceeds going to UNICEF. Everybody is invited to come and support this Short Subjects "Patton" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "On a Clear Day" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Love Bug" "Jungle Book" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Daddy's Gone a Hunting" "With Six You Get Eggroll" Burton Smuggled Into Theatre LONDON (Reuter) Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were smuggled into the Round House Theatre in North London by a back door under strict security. Police and private detectives surrounded the building and the two celebrities arrived separately. Police said the reason for the tight security was' that Miss Taylor was wearing her diamond worth more than million. The couple were appearing at the Round House to lecture to the audience on the film Boom, which they made LETHBRIDGE ARENA Friday, October 16th Public Skating Saturday, October 17th Public Skating Monday, October NOTE: Due to the large crowds at the Public Skating sessions on Sundays, we ask that Beginners Skaters attend the "Beginners Skating" sessons only in order to avoid accidents. PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE October 14-19, 1970 FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, October 14th NOON HOUR SWIM 12-00- Teachers NOBLEFORD (Special Nobleford Home and School Association recently met in the Noble Central School. A committee was set up to organize the award night. Grade 4 won the room count New teachers were introduced by principal Max Pharis Roberta Rogers gave her report on the UN seminar she at tended this past summer in Banff. A new teacher, Mr. Nezda demonstrated the use of the new audio-visual Friday, October 16th NOON HOUR SWIM RENTALS PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phone Salurday, October COLOR TV 1 trifle RADIO TV JMtIV 9 302 ]3th St. N. Sunday, October Family Swim Monday, October 19th NOON HOUR SWIM 12-00- 1-00 p Million Electric Plant At Mies NOTE: The following winter season family swimming pass will go on sale at the Fritz Sick Pool commencing Wednesday, October 14, 1970 at p.m. and thereafter, during public swimming hours only. The pass is valued and admits the entire family to all public swimming sions from the date of purchase to May 15th, Indians October 13, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Prices Frozen By Swedish Government STOCKHOLM (Reuters) The Swedish government an- nounced here a total price freeze. The unexpected announce- ment at a news conference fol- lowed a warning that the ma- jor Swedish companies plan- ned to raise some prices by up to eight per cent before the end of the year. The prices of a wide range of agricultural food products were frozen Aug. 27. "One of the most colorful of hese descriptive names was ;iven by the Chipewyan Indians .S'ho visited Mr. Dempsey wrote in the booklet. "The prominent landmark was a livery stable with a sil- houette of a horse on the roof. To these Indians, the town be- came 'White-Horse-on Top-of- he-Barn.' More colorful names were those that reflected the Indians' attitude toward the towns. Cole- man was known as Beer Town, ?ort Saskatchewan was Jail Town and Cardston, the Mor- mon settlement, was Many Wives. DIETRSCH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental National Store Bldg. PH. 327-7244 ANYWHERE Cr Enjoy our Luncheon Buffet FWL I Smorgasbord Served every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday SERVED 12 TO 2 P.M...... rjn our Dining Room! NO PLENTY OF FREE PARKINS! lEL fiANCHOl MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 MILES CITY, Mont. (AP) Montana Dakota utilities offi- cials outlined plans 'here for a new million electric generat- ing plant at Miles City. Utilities officials said the new plant would produce kilo- watte. The plant will use a gas turbine burning natural gas from MDU's high pressure transmission line between Ba- ker and Worland, Wyo. Officials said Uie plant will be trucked, ready made, to tho site in three sections. It. is to be mounted on concrete founda- tion. All-Girl Band Leader Dies MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Phil Spl- talny, whose all-girl orchestra was a hit during the big band era, died here. Spitalny, BO, had undergone major surgery last December. 5RONTIER COLLEGE Frontier College has been sending volunteer re.molc spots in Canada for 71 years. There they labor side-by-side wiih miners, railroaders, fish- ermen or whoever needs ihem and teach in their spare time. But we could lose this great instilulion. Weekend- Magazine chronicles Frontier College's success and troubles this Saturday. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Be the Life of the Party! Enrol in our Dance Class Every Thursday Starting Nov. 5th from to p.m. SCHOOL GYM Avqnue and 18th Street N. Fox trots, waltzes, two poikas, seven step, French Minuet, Call of the Pipes, jive, bunny hop, butlerfly and many more. 10 FUN FILLED CLASSES 7.50 per includes club membership. Register now by October it's too late with a 5.00 deposit. HI NEIGHBOR-CLUB Toss Ohama Mrs. Gladys Wuctila 1713 5th Ave. 'A' N. 418 ISili Sircol S. 328-5104 Phono 327-6220 PHONE AFTER P.M. SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "A WALK IN THE SPRING color. Starring In- grid Bergman. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 13 and 14. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "COOGAN'S color. Starring Clint Eastwood. Tuesday October 13 show at p.m. Adult. Starts Wed- LION IN WINTER." MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE VALLEY OF color. Cowboys battle monsters. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 13 and 14. Tuesday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "ZIG ZAG" In Metrocolor. Starring George Kennedy, Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach. Tuesday, October 13. Show at Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE color. Starring David Niven and John Belmondo. Tuesday, October 13 shows at and p.m. Family. Get mare out of life Take Iho family to a movis GREEN ACRES TONIGHT and TUES. GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT P.M. The most terrifying new cfijjjSrV- DADDY'S GONE A HUNTING CAROL WHITE PAULBURKE NATIONAL GENEKAlPKTinlS AMMKROBSON PRODUCTION ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ______ HIT 'WITH SIX YOU GET EGGROLL' NO. 2 in color Dorii Day Brian Keith NOTE! EVENING SHOW AT P.M. ONLY narrow POPULAR PRICES! GEORGE KARL C. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT ft 81 h ST 327 5100 TONIGHT thru THURS. At and p.m. Streisand Panavtsion'Techricolor A Parahocn! Piduia 2 SHOWS AT AND P.M. TONIGHT and WcD. POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS HELD OVER TONIGHT AND WED. FAMILY WALT DISNEY KIDS 50c ANYTIME 'LOVE BUG' nt 7 and 10 p.m. 'JUNGLE BOOK' at 8.40 p.m. Only TONIGHT and WED. ;