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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Otfob.r J2, THE lETHMIDOf HMA10 f NAPI CHIEFS Ed Yel- loM'horn, top photo, has been named president of the Napi Friendship Association at Pin- Cher Creek and Brocket. Henry Potts, bottom was elected vice-president. Other officers are Valerie Big Swan, secretary, and Sandy Gccr, treasurer. Past- president Joan Turcott spoke of the need for more com- munication between the com- munities of Pinchcr Creek and Brocket; 53 attended the recent annual meeting. .The number of directors was reduced from 16 to eight. An- nual meetings will be held in April in future. Peter Cress- well Is executive director. New board members are Henry Potts, Wayne Pinkncy, Valerie Big Swan, Sandy Geer and Dorothy Yellow- horn. Burdett On 409 NORTH BAY, Ont. Cpl. Gale A, Dyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dyer of Burdett, is a member of the ground crew of 409 All Weather Interceptor Squadron involved in a fighter- interceptor test from Oct. 26 to 31. PANAMA CITY After a five-year intermis- sion, the U.S. Air Force "Wil- liam Tell" competition will be conducted at Tyndall Air Force Base, Panama City, Fla. Competition firing will take place on the Air Force test range over the Gulf of Mexico. Firings -will closely parallel regular squadron firing prac- tices, and will be part of the annual training required of each air defense squadron. It will pit fighter intercep- tors of the U.S. Air Force against each other and against the 40 All Weather Interceptor Squadron. The Canadian Squadron is based at Canadian Forces Base Cotnox, B.C. The competition, was begun in 1954 as an air-to-air rocketry phase of the thiM annual U.S Air Force Fighter Gunnery and Weapons Meet. The event moved to Tyndall in 1958 and lieeame the U.S. Air Force Worldwide Fighter- Interceptor Weapons Meet. Data collected from each missile firing will >elp eval- uate effectiveness of weapons and tactics. The drive to be named best team in each airplane type has always highlighted the event. It also provides interceptor units an opportunity to demon- strate readiness as part of the air defense to the joint U.S.- Community Must Work Meets X T HAHKEIt Herald News potentials. They can only be freed if we give them ideas they must get new information drugs and Williams and Norma 28 Social Development Minister Ray "We must help them see the relationship of freedom, "Over the years the retiring teachers we honor tonight compared getting an education now to "Normal" training these teachers DAYTON (HNS) The Canadian North American Air Defense Command The 22nd NORAD Region headquarters are at North Bay Ont. Purpose of the admonished teachers to have the school become more involved with the community in his talk to the Alberta Teachers Association and opportunity to help them face the future. "Social development items must be recognized. Docs the school understand how a up the challenge and we hope others can bring about a belter relationship in the future. "It's easier to build a taught at one room schools where extra-curricular activity included cleaning the school, making a fire and bring drinking water in for the "crock at the meeting cf the South Alberta Presbyterian United Church Women will be held it the Pincher Creek United Church Oct. 28, with registration at a.m. is to evaluate the ability welfare status feels and mend a man. The didn't dicker with Sarah Morgan, prerf- crews to maintain, handle told 184 banquet guests attitude changes when to do it is to give for salary "he of the Coronation load defensive weapons found pupils' gets a took to a will present a program simulated combat be solved by the u n e n i 1 e offenders 25 president, sometimes part of on "World1 Mission It is the most realistic is changing to one of conducted induction in produce from ful proving ground to evaluate the abilities of the nation's cases where there is involvement of school and in the community and reducing teachers. They are: Maralyn we have less How much Bascom, Janice 1 f I Flying in the meet will are less pronounced does a child of Cardston; David I inn Ft f It t t "ifl l" f) I teams operating the areas than urban. minister urged Magrath High School Convair F-106 Delta Dart, have the ability to work wilh the school Melvin Cottle supersonic Convair F-102 Delta Dagger and the supersonic McDonnell F-101 as a unit Band mothers catering for this banquet and band members as a whole. "My message is: The school and community can work Elementary School; Jo Paulson, Mike Shaw, Carol Sheen, Glen Stokes, JOE NAMATH HAD A MOTHER How does a super quarterback feol about the hometown where he had o tough time as a kid? And how .do the townspeople In all, nuie -teams of four and we hope to and Anita he mokes good? Read how Joe Namoln developed craft each will participate Speaker stressed the type of co-ordination. As of Cardston arm in gong fights, what his divorced the competition. Each of the family unit we must West paid tribute obout him and why his school coach kept him on type will comprise one work. provide opportunity for teachers gory of competition, and a winning team wilt be selected stated: "If we are to help young people it means we "Teachers must become Laila Fisher, Sel-ma Hadfield, Loran YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND each the young person In order to bring iniHay Pilling, Lillian Issue Permit CRANBROOK (Special) Victoria Ave. is gradually ex- tending southward. Most recent building indica- tion is issuing of a building per- mit, to Cran-West Development Ltd. for 74-lmit town- house apartment. 'Dating Game' Discussed RAYMOND (HNS) Girls eged 12 to 19 attended the re- cent Taylor Stake LDS confer- ence dealing with life for yoimg people. A full, mature life for each individual was the theme. Chairman was Mrs. D. M. Miller, counsellor to the LDS Taylor Stake Mutual Improve- ment Association. The launching commit tee comprised Lorelle Gurney, ad- visor; Janice Gurney; Monica Rolf son; Judy Ackroyd and Carol Ann Adamson. They at- tended the earlier general church conference held at Provo, Utah, at the Brigham Young University. The day opened with all stake officers and the girls meeting for a general session. Speakers were Mrs. Earl Zemp, stake mutual president for the young ladies associa- tion; counsellor Thomas Kar- reh of the Taylor Stake and Mr. and Mrs. Dale. LeBaron, co-ordinators for LDS Semi- nary work. Workshops were held for the COALDALE (HNS) The Barons Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Oct. 27, in the Library Building (south door) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABEIl: Tuesday, Oct. 27, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 .a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, Oct. 28, in the school from to p.m. VA U X II A L L: Wednesday, Oct. 28, in the Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Oct. 29, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Oct. 29, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from !0 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics free of charge. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of .health, urges par- ents to ensure their children are fully protected against con- tagious disease. young girls only. These dealt with dating, courtship and marriage. Miss Monica Rolfson directed the workshop. A panel of young men gave their Opinions on the type of girl they admired. Mrs. Jack Hicfcen handled the subject "dating game." Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Melchin of Calgary conducted the work- shop on "the eternal hope chest what you bring to a marriage." Mrs. Clare Norton dealt with "Homemaking from miss to Mrs." Kathryne Castleton and Sue Hicken demonstrated fashions and clothing. Tables in the Culture Centre were decorated under the direction of .Barbara Steed direction of Barbara Steed and Becky Brandlcy for the noon luncheon. A dance for the young people was held that evening. United Churcli Women Meet COUTTS (HNS) Regular meeting of the Coutts United Church Women, postponed one week, was held in the church hall with 11 members present. Mrs. A. E. Furlong read the thought for the day.1 Mrs. H. Hacke gave the devotional. Reports from the visiting committee were given stating cards were sent to the sick and one visit was made. Mrs. Coover, social assis- tance convener, reported she is packing boxes of used clothing again for the Unitarian Service Committee. The fall supper, previously planned, has been postponed. The UCW is hi favor of send- ing a letter to the Milk River Junior Chamber of Commerce, endorsing the idea of a senior citizen's home. The November meeting will be held in the church hall. Knights Celebrate NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Natal Father Anthony OMI Council Knights of Columbus recently celebrated its 13th anniversary in St. Michael's Hall mill an anniversary supper and dance. Some 40 members, wives and escorts, including district dep- uty Gail Carpenter and wife Gale of Marysville, B.C. sat down to a supper prepared by the members of the Catholic Women's League. During the anniversary sup- per grace was said by Father Leslie Trainor, chaplain of the order, who also spoke briefly in regards to the spclndid work and co-operation done by the members of the. council. PW'V VULCAN MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT LIMITED has been appointed the exclusive Distributor in Alberta for INTERNATIONAL-HOUGH CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 1 t We at International Harvester are happy to announce this good news to the construction industry in Alberta. Vulcan Machinery and Equip- ment Limited brings to this field a staff of personnel with a wealth of technical knowledge and years of experience. That's why we are proud to announce that Vulcan is now the Alberta Distributor for our complete line of crawler tractors, crawler loaders, engines, Pay haulers, Pay scrapers, Pay loaders. Pay dozers, Pay loggers, Pay movers, and all matching equipment. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED Vulcan Machinery and Equipment Limited has two locations in Alberta: Calgary 807-42nd Ave. S.E. Edmonton 9440 60th Avenue ;