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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, October 14, 1971 Mrs. Byer wins GKANUM (HNS) Past matrons of the Order of the Eastern Star held their regular meeting recently at the home of Mrs. W. Weber at Clares- holm. Mrs. Fenton Blair presented tlie program, a reading on Jeane Dixon. The hostess prize was won by Mr. Stan Byer. "The next meeting will be Nov. t at the home of Mrs. Fenton Blair. Dance at Sundial SUNDIAL A dance will be held in the Sundial Community Centre Saturday, Oct. 1C, with the Longacres Orchestra. Lunch and refreshments will be served. Members and guests are welcome. Oldtime dance FORT MACLEOD Tile regular oldtime dance will be i held in the Fort Maclcod Ele- RusselJs mark anniversary menlary School, Saturday, Oct. 16. Beginners lessons 8 p.m., dancing p.m. Children under 13 years, free, if accompanied by parents. Lunch will be served. Women gather GRANUM (HNS) There was a good attendance at the October meeting of the Ladies' Aid of the Knox Presbyterian Church of Jumbo Valley. It was held recently at the home of Mrs. U. J. Veenland. Plans for fall and winter ac- tivities were discussed. GRANUM (HNS) About 75 members, friends and neigh- bors joined recently with Mr. and Mrs. George Russell in the Granum Community Hall to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. A wedding cake, made by Mrs. Ruby Baird of Fort Macleod and decorated by Mrs. Haven (Mary) Hoge of Gran- um, graced" the bride and groom's table. Roy Baird presented the couple with a chest of stainless stef! cutlery from tlie family and friends. They also received a 25th wedding anniversary plaque as well as numerous other gifts. Mr. Russell expressed appre- ciation to all those who had helped with the party and for the gifts. Other speakers included Bill Russell of Calgary, Jim Smith of North Surrey, B.C. and Mrs. George Russell. Music for the evening of dancing was provided by WaU moughs Orchestra of Fort Macleod. Among those in attendance were their son and daughter- tn law. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Russell of Calgary; their son, Harry; Mrs. Russell's mother, Mrs." Smith of Pincher Creek; her brothers and sisters in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith of North Surrey. B.C.: Mr. and Mrs. Charley Smith of Cal- gary: Mr. and Mrs. W liber Smith of Calgary; and Jake Smith of Pincher Creek; Mr. Russell's aunt Mrs- Pearl Henker of Calgary; and his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. W. Weber of Claresholm. Other guests were from Cal- gary. High River, P i n cher Creek, Fort Macleod and Claresholm. Mr. and Mrs. Russell were QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. 328-76841 married Sept. 30, in Fort Macleod and lived on their farm west of Granum until 1962 when they moved to a farm west of High River. They have two sons, Bill of Calgary and Harry, at home. NAME CHANGED JAKARTA (AP) The name of Makasar, a city of one mil- lion on southern Celebes Island, lias been changed to Udjung Pandang, the official Indonesian news agency Antara reported. By C.A. Weekes The Marines have landed and a beach head has been established, not in Hospital this time Foothills but away out-in-the hills to the east of the Porcupine Hills. My hideaway is in the cosy trailer supplied by the Pincher Creek school division and lo- cated in the Spring Point Hwt- terite Colony north of Brocket. Squaw Butte is still farther north and a bit west. The alti- tude is about feet above sea level, just right for the Barbwire Telegraph. October is with us. with S'cout registration looming up at the end of the month. This year you will be able to show whether you registered or not because paying your fees en- titles you to wear the 1971 FLASH. Be careful to get the proper flash to show which oranch of the movement you are with, if you are a leader especially. From all accounts boys are already flocking in to be' regis- tered and as usual the cry goes up, "God send us You must realize by now that women leaders are most effec- tive for Cubs and are are often available. Some of the leaders we know best are with the RCMP. the armed services, or are with one of the banks, per- haps even on the staff of some institution a school or hospi- t-1. Every Cub, Scout. Venturer or Rover knows that Hallo- DIVING! LETHBRIDGE AMATEUR DIVING CLUB RECREATIONAL AND COMPETITIVE DIVING MINIMUM AGE 10 YEARS REGISTRATION FOR FIRST 3-MONTH SESSION CIVIC CENTRE SATURDAY, OCT. 16th 9 a.m. to 11 o.m. For further information contact: D. HACKSON-Phone 327-0857 or M. WRAY-Phone 327-3370 we'en means collecting for UMCEF. This is a wonderful opportunity for a group GOOD TURN. This year, more than ever, the number of children needing help is higher than ever. You could even have a walk-a-tbon or earn- a collection box for UMCEF when you make the usual Hallowe'en rounds, use whatever way you prefer. Let's hear how you make out! It is marvelous to know that so many Action Centres exist in the southern Alberta region and elsewhere. In Hanna tha group commit- tee under chairman Larry Knauft have things ready for the boys to register, Cubs first, then Scouts. Scouter Ian Stephens is tak- ing over the Troop and needs an assistant. Sounds like a big season, Hanna. Good luck! Brooks reports great activi- ties around Pelican Hall with registration as a central theme. Of course Hall clean-up comes first. Sounds like Old Dutch and a paint brush as the order of the day. Fort Macleod is getting into the starting fever too with Cubs and Scouts. Nanton, too. is getting roll- The next meeting will be held Nov. 2 at the home of Mrs. Duncan MacLean. Drug abuse film wanted by Brothers NATAL (HNS) Education Minister Donald Brothers re- cently invited film makers in British Columbia to submit proposals to the provincial gov- ernment for the production of a film concerning the misuse of drugs. Mr. Brothers is chairman of the government's drug, alcohol and cigarette education, pre- vention and rehabilitation fund advisory committee. "The committee has decided to invite submissions from re- sponsibile persons or organiza- tions for the making of a 15 to 20 minute, 16 millimetre, color film on drags, Mr. Brothers said. "The film should be designed to provide young people and their parents with a factual and forceful exposition on the misuse of drugs, and its con- tent must be factually accurate as judged by authorities on drugs in Hritish Columbia, the minister said. CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS Barbara TORONTO, October 14th 3 new and exciting ready-to-serve salads from LE SIEUR. Each or all three of these LE STEUR CHILI, AND SERVE SALADS AND KIDNEY BEANS CARROTS. CORN AND BEANS AND GREEN BEANS, as well as the original 3 BEAN SALAD, offers a handy solution to the weekly problem of meal planninfi and variety for that hungry family or guests. Each comes in its own distinctive dressing to give an added touch as a main salad, an appetizer or as a tasty relish with meat. Re sure to stock up on all four of these grcai LE SIEUH SALADS the perfect home- maker or hostess helpers delicious! DEMURE CLEANSING DEODORANT DOUCHE... something special to help you enjoy being a woman. Created solely for feminine freshness and feminine well-being, DEMURE is a personal, cleansing internal deodorant that makes you feel completely clean, fresh and confident. A gentle blend of medication and fragrance to relieve irritation and destroy odour-causing bacteria, Demure should be an indispensable part of your hcauty routine. Why not enjoy the assurance... and poise... that comes with personal clean- liness? Ask for Demure to-day... at all druggists. IT'S TRUE THERE ARE LOTS OF PEOPLE (with lots of money) who don't have to worry about rising food costs. I'm more1 concerned about those people who can't afford to 'hang the expense'... yet haven't tried DOMINION'S Deep Discount Prices. "Just they say. Anyone interested in saving money should try tn find out what's behind those words. When Dominion says, "You'll find thousands of everyday Deep Discount they mean exactly that! ]f Dominion didn't hack up their Deep Discount promise, can you tell me why far more Canadians now shop at Dominion than at any other store? __ DON'T BE EMBARRASSED about hemorrhoids. Do something about them. A renowned research institute has found a unique healing substance with the ability to shrink hemorrhoids pain- Idssly. In case after case, it was shown to quickly relieve itching and discomfort and help speed up the healing of the injured, inflamed tissue. This healing substance (Bio-Dyne) is offered in ointment and suppository form called Preparation II. You can ask for it at all drugstores. And you aren't completely satisfied, your money will be refunded. ing, the big demand being lor leaders. Oct. 15 will see the big pot-luck supper for parents followed by the annual meet- ing This is always well worth turning out for. Big news from Coaldale with word of over 50 boys register- ed in Cub packs. The eubmas- ter is to be Scouter Ketih Jor- gensen assisted by Walter Is- aak. Help is needed and as- sistants are to be appointed. Coaldale is indeed lucky in that the Men's Club of the'Men- noTiitc Conference Church is sponsoring the Cub packs again. It is hoped to have a Scout Troop this fall. The Scout Committee members are: David Dyck, chairman, Jake Ncufcldt, Peter Lctkeman, El- mer Friesen, Henry Martens, Jake Andres, and Melvern Epp. Jake Thicssen is the re- gional scout committee ap- pointee. Coaldale boys are planning a big bottle drive. Pincher Creek has the annual Apple Drive coming up. Good luck, all! With the centralization of for- estry stations a powerful move has been made ill southwest Alberta to stave off the closing of the Castle River station. Pin- cher Creek and groups from the 'Pass have joined with the South Alberta Regional Coun- cil to try to maintain a station in a most strategic position (or winter recreation especially and the oversight afforded by its location. A happy greeting goes out to Cubber Val Foreman of Pic- lure Butte now running a Pack of more than 50 in Calgary. Furthermore Val got her Gil- well beads in a course run last summer by Commissioner Kurt Seel. Three WOOFS to you, Val! The Grizzly District barbecue in mid-September was a real success and a very happy event. President Chris Ground- water was quite satisfied with the turnout and expressed his appreciation for the support re- ceived and the yeoman efforts c." the barbecue crew. On hand for (he occasion were Srouter i Lew Blair fresh from the World i Jamboree in Japan and Re- ?ional Commissioner F.ldml Palmer. Scouter Ixw's adven- I lures will be enlarged at a later date. Scouting in the Lethhridgc area will long miss Ihc in- fluence of the RPV. Brian Jnncs. We sorrowfully enter his name under the heading, "Gone Good hunting, all! JOIIN BLACK FACE Black Face racing fan, not competitor STANDOFF John Black Face, 45, of the Blood Indian reserve, says lie is a chuck- wagon racing fan and not a competitor as reported in the Friday, Oct. 8, edition of The Herald. Mr. Black Face says Indian cowboys compete in many ro- deos in this country and the U.S. and they should open their "all-Indian rodeos to white competitors. "They are discriminating against the white guy because they're afraid of the white buy, says Mr. Black Face. "I want to put a stop to it. Town business drags on and on... and on... and on By MABY TYMDURSKI Herald News Strvice COALDALE Town council here has protested strongly the delays encountered when deal- ing with various provincial government departments. At' a recent meeting it was said that complaints should be voiced to tlie government at Edmonton. Area mentioned as being slow In replying were the lands titles office, Calgary. Council said an office should be located at Lethbridge or even Coaldale to better accommodate the south- ern Alberta municipalities. The slowness of processing applications by the local au- thorities board was also a sore point, as were the delays in re- ceiving replies from the de- partment of health. Council also felt the three- year term for councillors is long and should be on a rota- tion basis as in the past, to give continuity. In provincial and federal elections there is an opposition which is informed on govern- ment matters but in a town council this is not the case, one councillor said. Therefore if an entire new slate is elected it could prove to have "serious adverse affects." Resolutions and briefs will be prepared to present to the gov- ernment and Alberta Urban Municipalities Association re- garding these complaints. In the upcoming AUMA resolution convention the matter of delays with the local authorities board will be presented in a resolu- TAKE THE BUSINESSMAN'S BUS! GO DE LUXE GREYHOUND V.I.R EXECUTIVE COACH WITH 'HOSTESS CARE' TO: CALGARY EDMONTON SERVICE New schedule now in effect. 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