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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuolday, October 19, 1971 THE tETHBRIDGC IIU'AIU f, Hi Decoux Photo. MR. AND MRS. ALOIS KALIVODA Kolivodos mark 50th ivedding day PassSwords Hockey league formed COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Alberta, British Columbia, Montana (ABCM) Hookey League was formed at an or- ganizational meeting held here recently. Included will be clubs Tram Coleman, Fernie, Great Falls and Pincher Creek. The new league will be af- filiated with the Alberta Hock- ey Association. A 22-game schedule including 10 home games is being drawn up. It will begin on the Nov. 6 and 7 weekend. Playoffs will be held in March. Curling begins Nov. 1 Mirthquake" to rock town 'Nov. 4 to 6 TABER (HNS) T a I) er Lions Club's 38th successive a festival and casino, will be staged Nov. 4, 5 and (i at lite Community Cen- tre auditorium, commencing at a p.m. Doorprizcs will be presented. A color television set will be presented Saturday evening at the close of the activities. There is no ad miss ion charge. It is held each harvest as a fund raising effort by which the Lions Club continues its community enterprises. T It e club has contributed heavily to- ward the new community ccn- Ire and was instrumental in Hie construction of the old com- munity centre. COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Curling will start in the Cole- man rink Nov. 1. Those interested in curling on the men's or women's teams are invited to contact Sparky Bubniak at 563-3225 or Edna Campbell at 563-3853. COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Mr. and Mrs. Alois Kalivoda of Coleman were surprised when more than 100 of their friends and relatives gathered recently in the Coleman Catholic Hall lo honor them on their 5011) wedding anniversary. Master of ceremonies Mrs. Anne Brysiuk, a daughter, read telegrams of congratulations from Prime Minister Trudeau, Premier Lougheed, Alan Sulat- aeky, MP, and Lieut. Governor Grant MacEwan. Pvtbians j aid blind T 30 COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Pythian Sisters have scheduled Oct. 30 as the an- nual tog day for the Canadian Institute for the Blind. Mrs. Joyce Owen is the con- vener. All impressive "draping of Ilic charter" ceremony was conducted in honor of the late Mrs. Nellie Douglas Of Medi- cine 1-lEi. The late Mrs. Doug- las iiad installed the first mem- bers of the Sunset Temple in 19-17. Grand chief Mrs. Rose Lant will pay her official visit to the local temple at the next regu- lar meeting to be held Tues- day, Nov. 10. A banquet will precede the business meeting. Mrs. Frances Vaselenak, al- Iruistic convener, reported sev- eral boxes of needed articles had been collected and deliver- ed to the Dorothy Gooder School and Oliver House hi Lethbridge. ATTEND THE 195 HEAD HOLSTEIN DAIRY SALE a.m., Oct. 26 at the VANDENBERG FARM V-2 miles west and 2 miles north of Picture Butte, Alberta. Most of the herd in full pro- duclian or will freshen shortly after the sole. Hammon and Oseen, Turin Auctioneers, Terms Cash, Phono 403-732-4993 for details. Daughters Mrs. Mildred Vrskovy of Coleman and Mrs. Vlasta Krywolt of Frank pre- sented them with gifts on be- half of the family and friends. A gift from the grandchil- dren was presented by Mrs. Lydia De Pellegrin of Trail, B'.C. Among the gifts was a bou- quet of flowers from the Town of Coleman and a Crucifix from the Catholic Women's League. Speakers at the function in- cluded Mayor John Holyk Charles Drain, MLA, Louis Bubniak and son-in-law Joe Krywolt. Mr. Kalivoda ably expressed thanks to everyone. An eve- ning of dancing concluded the event. Mr. Kalivoda came to this country in 1928 and his wife and three daughters, Mildred, Vlasta and Anne followed in 1936. Mr. Kalivoda worked as a miner in the McGillivrary mine in Coleman until his retirement in the early 1960's. They have seven grandchil- dren and three great-grandchil- dren. They are both enjoying good health. Grant MacEwaii honors guides PINCHER CREEK (Special) The second Gold Cord to be presented in Pincher Creek within the year was awarded by Mrs. Byron Rutt, area com- missioner, to Miss Vicki Dres- sel. Mrs. Rutt commended her for her effort and perserver- ance. Honored guests were Mrs. Patricia Kempt, Larry Kempt; Mrs. Nat Skelly, president of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Le- gion, the sponsors of Brownies and Guides in Pincher Creek; Mrs. Lenore Burgess and Mrs. Ellen Kemp, Vicki's leaders of earlier years. Mrs. Roger Somerville, Foot- hills division commissioner, en- rolled the 1971-72 local associa- tion executive: Mrs. R. 0. Mc- Garva, Jr., president; Mrs. J. R. Desbien, secretary; and Mrs. D. Lang, treasurer. Misses Vicki Dressel and Linda McGarva travelled to Edmonton to be presented with their Gold Cord certificates by Lieutenant Governor Dr. J. W. Grant MacEwan. Piepgrass wins degree from McGill BOW ISLAND E. Bert 'iepgrass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellys D. Piepgrass of Bow Is- and, has received a master's degree in business administra- tion from McGill University. Mr. Piepgrass previously re- ceived a bachelor of science and master of science in civil engineering from the Univer- sity of Alberta. He moved to Montreal in 1963 and was awarded the MeGill Associates Graduate Fellow- ship in Business the following year. Mr. Piepgrass is married to the former Elaine Stringam ol Lethbridge. They have four children. He is employed as a research engineer by Canadian Pacific Consulting Services Limited. The annual Silver Dollar 'spiel will be held Nov. 12, 13 and 14. The event will be an open mixed 'spiel. President Edna Campbell has advised that Zak's Meats and Grocery Store and Owen's Clothing Store are sponsoring a trophy for the women's curling club this season. The club reports a number of renovations and improve- ments are being made in the arena lobby are. It will bo completed for the opening. These Are The Ictlibtidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area DLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY......P.O. Box 148 ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK P.O. Box 1852 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE.................. P.O. Box 231 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX General Delivery Contact those poopto (or your District or Classified Advertising Mixed chorus smgs Thursday under Lauglo MILK RIVER (HNS) The Erie Rivers High School music department will present a con- cert at 8 p.m. Thursday in the school auditorium. Featured will be the first performance of the new high school mixed chorus. This group is directed by Ronald Langlo. Mr. Langlo is a graduate of Washington State University arid holds bachelor's and mas- ter's degrees in music. The chorus will sing Tire Younger Generation by Aaron Copland; Charade by Henry Mancini and Three Cautionary Tales by Arthur Frackenpohl. Other groups on the program will be the junior and senior high school bands and the women's chorus. These groups are directed by Charles Hen- drickson. Store manager leaves Taber TABER (HNS) Dale E. Fitzsimonds, manager of Mac- leod's Family Shopping Centre here for the past six years, left recently with his wife for North Batlleford, Sask., to take over the store there. North Battleford is their home town. Mr. Fitzsimonds started with Macleod's at North Battleford 15 j'ears ago, and served the company at Shaunavon, Sask., before coming to Taber. Mrs. Fitzsimonds was an em- ployee at the Canadian Impe- rial Bank of Commerce. The position of manager at Macleod's has been taken over by Robert Granger who came from Swan River and Brandon, Man. Mr. and Mrs. Granger have a daughter, eight, and a son, four years of age. Citizen of Year nominees wanted TABER (HNS) The an- nual presentation of the "Citi- zen of the Year" will be a tea- lure of the Tabcr and District Chamber of Commerce annual banquet. Nominations will he request- ed by a committee. Sugges- tions may be made by sealed letter addressed to chamber secretary Ross Gibb, Box Letters should be marked "Nomination." Tea or BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Circle of Service of the Blairmorc United Church has announced that it will hold a Halloween tea and bazaar in the church auditorium on Sat- urday, Oct. 30. Home baking tables, fancy work tables and novelties will be featured at the event. Everyone is welcome to at- tend ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Collin, lifelong residents of llie Fopr.-incM dist- rict, will mark Iheir 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 26. An open uc held from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24, at the Forcmosl Community Hall. All and friends are warmly invited to join the celebration. They request that tlicro no gifts. HOLY PLACE The temple of Timvidaima- rudur is considered so holy that a pilgrim who walks once around its courtyard has accom- plished the equivalent of a visit to all oilier temples in India. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vertidn Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmorc Phone 562-2149 pocket-size or sport-size there's a Pdntiac that's Four different sizes of Pontiac for four different kinds of drivers. One should be just what you've been looking for. Take the full-size Pontiacs. They're big, for people who like or need a big car. They're loaded with the kind of comfort and value a family can appreciate. Comfort like a front seat that's full-depth foam and a power flow- through ventilation system that keeps fresh air circulating, even with the windows up. And there's Pontiac value with standard equipment like power steering, power brakes with discs up front and a bumpable front bumper on all models. Order a VS and the automatic transmission's standard, too. From the smart Laurentian to the plush Grand Ville you've got seven full-size series to choose from. Looking for Pontiac value at a trim-size price? Then take a look at die 1972 trim-size Pontiacs. There's a brand new Luxury LeMans series. It's built to give you all the luxury you want without having to buy more car than you need. There are eight trim-size Pontiacs, including two station wagons. And there's a new trim-priced GTO option. Next up, the Pontiac for the young man or woman who's just getting off to a great start. It's called Ventura n. And it's a pocket-size Pontiac with a pocket- size price. .But it doesn't short change you on the things you value. There's a choice of Six or optional VS power, a manual or optional automatic transmission and interiors of Morrokide-and- cloth or you can order all- Morrokide. And tiiere's Pontiac value with features like inner- fender construction, flush-and-dry rocker panels and Magic Mirror finish that will help keep your Ventura n looking new for a long, long time. But no Pontiac story would be complete without giving Firebird its fair share of the laurels. It's the sports car for people who like traveling first class.There are four Firebirds, including the cxcitingTrans Am. And there's a personal luxury Pontiac, too. It's called Grand Prix. Once you've seen and driven it you'll know where the Grand came from. So no matter what your taste, or what your kind of driving calls for, size-up the 72s at your Pontiac dealer's. Clockwise from top left Firebird it Coupe, Luxury I.c Mans Hardtop Coupe, Laurentian Hardtop Coupe. tltuflrali-J fir fir (-1 mj r 'l ftirfit'l to Pontiac on clean air. Clean, bracing, fresh precious it is. And so worth preserving for us all.Thai's the way the people at General Motors feel and have felt for a long time. Over the years. General Motors has been for new means to make cars and factories run cleaner. And progress is being made. In the past decade, GM has reduced by at least the amount of unhurncd hydrocarbons emitted by a car's engine. And lias cut the amount of carbon monoxide by nearly two-thirds. Roth amounts compared lo c.irs without pollution controls.Tii.u's a lot of progicss. But un't leave it entirely to ihe anil scientists. "Wi. too. car. keeping your c.ir engine projvr'v regularly vcrvical. Aitcr .ill, .ire tow.iroN lin- pollution.-: ;