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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta the Cartoon Bug Darryl Age 16 Winnipeg, Manitoba Saturday, Ocloljtr 14, 197S THI UTHBftlDGI HESAIO _ 3 OI'UN IIOL'SK Today the family of Mrs. Amelia Ilurnliam Marker nf t'nnlston vill luilil open liinise to lionnr (heir mother on tlie occasion ol her Wli liirlhday. It he held al her home at o'.'.l 3rd SI. S., Cardslon. Calling is from 2 lo 5 p.m. V1NS AWARD Vf-rria JIne Fuller Clirislenscn, na- tive daughter anil now of ,Salt Lake City, Utah, received a "rtistinguisliert service uwurrl" at the annual Alumni Home- coming Banquet Friday at .Brighanl Young University. She is an author, teacher anc homemaker. It was held in the BYU Wilkinson Centre ballroom hy the BYU Alumni Association. 69 win high school diplomas PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Thirty-five obtained matricu- or the school year 1971-72, the lation standing six receiving racle 12 enrolment at the Pic- ure Butle High School was 85. In June, of the 75 eligible to eceive high school diplomas, 69 ucceedcd. Three-ton truck burns in IKON SI'HINGS (HNS) lai vest lime is the lime of year 'hen fires occur more frequent- y in tlie rural areas. Cor Van Flaay recently pur- [lased a ne'y three-ton grain ruck. It (lid not hnve SCO miles n il wtien it caught fire in a ttihble field. ICx tensive damage was to the wheels, tires, and he box of the unit. Jilt's. Ben Kolk, who Hves on one of the Oga farms, was burn- ing garbage and the fire got out of control. She called the Lcth- foriilge Northern Hural Fire De- partment but with help was able to extinguish ttie blaze be- fore the fire truck arrived. Minutes later a fire erupted on the R. Stronks farm. It re- sulted in the loss of a combine, a few acres of oat swaths and .some bales. The fire unit was' unahle to come to their aid causc while returning from the Oga farm the motor in the fire engine failed. It is expected the engine in the tire truck will be replaced by the end of this week. Pennies LAY KGGS Only Australia Has mammals which lay eggs. MDs gather for parley on gynaecological medicine 182 pints Is below objective PINCHER CREEK (Special) The fall blood donor clinic, held here recently, received 182 rints of blood. Hoping to attain 250 pints, but falling below, was fell to te due to the late liar- vesting. It kept many from at- tending. Tv.'o scrolls for donations of 35 pints each were made to Mrs. Mabel Bonertz and Mr. Ted Tucker. Twenly donation pins were presented to Michael Gross, Ed- win Hochstein, James Lank. Bastian Oosterlee, Colin Preece and Walter Wolbert. The local chapter of the AARN is grateful to all donors and to all who assisted. an honors average Twenty are now attending univei-siiy. Six are at tlie Uni- versity of Lethbridge; one at the University of Calgary; 12 at tlie University of Albert a; and at McGill. Fifteen are currently attend- ing the lethbricige Community College; three are registered in programs at the Southern Al- berta Institute of Technology; and three are in nursing schools one at Calgary at the Holy Cross Hospital, one at Ed- monton at the Royal Alexander Hospital, and one at Lethbridge at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. T w o are atlending business college and two have become homemakers. Tlie remaining 40 are cm ployed most of the men on farms or at the Picture Bulte Sugar Factory and the young women in office positions. PINCHER CREEK (Special) The University of Calgary faculty of medicine sponsored a regional conference program for all members of the medical profession in the Pinchcr Creek area recently. The topic .for the conference, held in St. Vincent's Hospital, was gynaecological problems. Dr. Pat Taylor, assistant professor in the division of ob- stetrics and gynaecology, joined with local physicians in a mut- ual discussion and exchange of deas on recent advances in of- fice gynaecology and the tech- nique of laparoscopic diagnosis and therapy. Dr. Taylor explained that fhe laparoscopic technique was first developed in 1901 but is now experiencing renewed in- terest. The laparascopc is a tele- scope apparatus that is insert- ed through a small abdominal incision to permit a detailed in- spection of the female repro- ductive organs without recourse to major surgery. Doctors in the Pinchcr Creek area, under regional chairman Dr. L. B. Collins, encom- pass Cardslon, Fort Macleod and Coleman. 1 wanted for UNICEF PINCHER CREEK (Special) The local committee in charge of UNICEF funds has that youngsters of own and district will again ha carrying pennies for UNICEF >oxes when they make their rounds on Hal loweeu night, Tuesday, Oct. 31. Last year was realized through the conlribu t ions of residents. IN [ore district oil page 11 T "A SIMPLE TRUTH" Ecttonkor is the key for unlocking the secrets of the universe. II is proof of man's survival alter death, for it gives evidence that all things hove life beyond this physical plane. -Paul Twilcriell ECKANKAR ANCIENT SCIENCE OF SOUL TRAVEL Box 1053, Lelhbridge Permits climb CLARESHOLM Building permits during September amounted to according to figures released this week by assistant secretary-treasur- er John Maddison. This brings the total 1972 fig- ure to as compared to during the same period last year. ew TIRE OFFE Offer Ends: OCT.. 31st 2nd TIRE 58 SUPER TWO FOR ONLY 9 Wide 78 series (read Quick sure traction Whisper quiet on snowless roads Full 4 Ply Nylon NYLON IEGION VISITOR Arthur Laing, federal minister of the department of veteran af- fairs, right, was a visitor to Crowsnesl Pa ss towns recently. He met with veterans at the Bellevue branch No, 19, Blairmore bra nch No. 7 and Coteinon branch No. 9. Seal- ed by Mr. l.nincj is Zone Commander Harry Freeman of Zone 1, Dislrid 6. Back from are presidents Aldo Vanoni of Bloirmore, Robert langille of Coleman and Ron Cote of Bellevue. Mr. Laing answere d many from local veterans, Decoux Photo Crowsnesl Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCUIATION JOB PRINTING Verndn Decoux, ResirJenl Rep., Phone 562-2149 COUNTRY NEWS These Are Herald Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATtl MBS. MILDRED MARKER P.O. 97 MASINASIN MRS FRANCIS MUEUER P.P. Box 329, Milk River MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER P.O. Box 61 NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P.O. Box 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MfiS. MAXINE HANSON Gen. Conlact those people for your District or Classified Advertising Champion Christians to gather Week" celebrations nt Champion Uni- ted Church include a speaker, tlie Rev. Jack Gardiner of Okotoks, Sunday night at 7 p.m. Tuesday night al the Rev. It. n. Mnhr of (he Bible Society, Calgary, will speak. Thursday at the Rev. Miss Helen Stover of Calgary, 'with Mrs, Carl Culler o[ Champion, uill lend with Ciiris- lian Kducalion emphasis and special concern fnr youth. Tllf church Mill he, open each afternoon from 2 In 5 o'clock for visitinc nnrt in the Christian atmosphere, over tea or coffee. Monday, Wednesday and Fri- day evenings will afford oppor- tunity to discuss concerns re- lated to the Christian life anrl mission. The week will conclude with a "pot-hick'1 supper, Sunday, (Jet. 2V, al n p.m. with an evening service at 7 p.m. TIRE E G F 78-1 G 78-1 H J SNOlfUPLOlfU 1st TIRE 2nd TIRE US 18 TWO FOR ONLY 9 Wide 78 series (read Greater acceleration and traction Greater stopping power Belted for tread stability E7B-I4 BLACK 45 TIRE A 78-1 E O 76-1 G H 78-1 UN1RDYAL AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING UNIROYAL DEALERS: Kirk's Tire Sales Ltd. LETHBRIDGE 1621 3rd AVE. 5. PHONE 327-5985 LARSON'S TIRE SHOP FORT MACLEOD TABER 6201 50th AVENUE PHONE 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C. PHONE 423-7746 CREDIT PLAN AVAILABLE AT USUAL RATES HARRY'S TIRE SERVICE CLARESHOLM BARTON MOTORS PICTURE BUTTE ;