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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tburiclay, 56, 1972 1HI lEIMBKluiji tui'AlD veterans visit Fort By JEAN SmilAKT Special Correspond en FORT MACLEOD Honor- ing veterans is becoming a habit with the Royal Canadian Legion and its Ladies' Auxiliary here. For Ihe second lime this sea- son an afternoon of warm friendliness has been held to honor those who served their country in time of dire need. Two charter buses from Lethbridge brought 64 members of the newly-formed 1914-1918 Veterans' Association to Ihe club rooms for entertainment and supper. Accompanying them were two drivers and three committee members. Injures leg HAMMOND Farmer Raymond A. G. Evans is a pa- tient in the Raymond Municipal Hospital with minor injuries to his leg suffered Tuesday in a farm machinery mishap at lu's farm five miles east of here. His leg was caught in a e- take-off late yesterday after- noon. He had been adjusting a brake on the machine. Smorgasbord BYEMOOR The annual Smorgasbord Supper will be held in the hall Saturday Oct 20 from 5 to 8 p.m. with bingo games to follow. Proceeds will go toward a hot water lank for the hall. 90 register PINCHER CREEK (Special) major sports spot last week was the local Memorial Community Centre Arena. Last week saw 90 young en- thusiasts register for hockey. There are 40 pec wees; 25 bantams and 15 midgets prac- tising. The boys are. coached by adults. Parents and interested per- sons are urged to come out and take in a few games. Hancock visits FORT MACLEOD A vis- itor to Macleod recently was Keith Hancock, Social Credit candidate for Ihe Oct. 30 election. He was accompanied by Ted Hinman, MLA from Cardston and Mayor George Buzunis. During the morning and ear- ly afternoon they called on businessmen and residents of the town. Later in the day they wore in Pincher Creek. Mr. Hancock said he had been in all areas of the riding. but wished he could spend i more time meeting people. "The way people here have accepted my visit is fantastic." He said that throughout the whole riding response is good. Christmas cards Ttie deadline dates for un- sealed Christmas cards sent to international destinations at the 3-cont Surface rate are as fol- lows: Oct. 27 The Orient, Argen- lina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uru- guay, Cuba. Nov. 3 Guadeloupe, Haiti, Martinique. Nov. 10 Europe (except the Middle East, Paki- stan. Bangladesh, South Africa, Rhodesia, Malawai, the rest of Central and South America, the West Indies, Australia, Fiji, Japan, Hong Kong. Nov. 24 Britain. The deadline rates for Christ- mas cards sent to international destinations by Air Mail at either the 12-ccnt or the 15-cent rate fall in the first two weeks of December. NORTH AMERICA The deadline dates for ca-ds fand parcels) going within North America are also In De- cember, for both Air Mail and Surface. Within North America, the rates for Ch-istmas cards are: 8 cents First Class 6 cents Surface construction, the applicant must be prepared to build the house within a year. Mini-movies COALDALE (irNS) The Lethhridge County 26 southern regional recreation board will sponsor mini movies for chil- dren up to 12 years of age Sat- urday mornings at 10 o'clock in the Coaldale and D i s t r ict Sportspicx. Films will be varied. There will be some cartoons. The club was formed in June. ship, one must Ue_ a veteran of Earl Morris of Lethbridge, a...... veteran of the Vimy Ridge bat- tle, was chosen president and Mrs. Ethel Stiencr is secretary. The club now boasts 100 mem- bers To be eligible for member- Attend parley COALDALE (HNS) Town officials and members of town council are attending the Al- berta Urban Municipalities As- sociation convention at the Hol- iday Inn, Lethbridge, tins week. They will be voting on rcso, lulions and expressing opinions in the best interests of the town. Awaits prices COALDALE (IINS nical anc! actual development on the new trailer site, owned by the (own, is progressing. "Council is awaiting pi-ice quotes on gas, power and other services lines. The plot plan of Ihe site and Golf winners PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Recently awards were present- ed to Picture Butte Golf Club season winners: Championship flight, Morris Sosick: Loggie Erickson; and Jim Kulka. Number one flight; F. Thom- son; Tom Fnkami; and Vcrn Baker. Number two flight: Terry O'Donnell; Dale Orcutl; and third Floyd Gillies. Number three flight: Clifford Benson; Dave Parker; and B. Branch. The club handicap champion was Terry O'Donnell. Morris Sosick is club cham- pion. Club president Rolxnt Rain- bow noted there have been im- provements made to the course this year: Installation of a sprinkler system and the com- pletion of four grass greens. Shares for the coming season are being taken by Vern Baker. Pool machines Library open You need not be a student to take advantage of the library [acilities at (he University of Lethbririge. In fact, the U of b invites members of I h e community with academic or research in- terests to utilize campus ser- vices. Chief librarian Don Wicks says members of the public are welcome to visit and browse through the U of L library dur- ing normal hours of service. "We'd like to see more South- em AlbeHans use our fa- says Mr. Wick, "At no charge, members of Ihe public may make application for an "extra mural" library card which gives them essentially the same library privileges en- joyed by tiie U of L students." Aiding blind HANNA Harma Lions Club, sponsors of the CNTB canvass, assisted by liigh school stu- dents, has again received won- derful public response. Larry Williams, chairman of the Lions canvass committee, announces total proceeds from the campaign at The Lions thanked .1. C. Charyk, high school principal for his assistance. Shoots goose banded in Russia liANNA Archie Garhult, the bane of all geese in the Chinook district, p.rci the Big has stretched his gun barrel and cunning habits to an international level. lie recently shot a white goose, banded In Russia, More than likely the goose's band bore certain numbers and Russian lettering which in- dicates that if the band is sent back to Russia, all information as to its birthplace, where it was banded anil flight pattern will be furnished. the first war or lie a wite or widow of a veteran. Mrs. Stiener said, "This is the first invitation we've had to go out of Lethbridge. We're open to invitations." The regular meetings will be held in tire General Stewart Memorial Hall at Lethbridge on the third Tuesday of each month. Mr. Morris was pleased that younger persons had thought of the idea of the association to honor his generation. "0 u r ranks are getting thinner every day. In a way we've been a forgotten bunch. But now we're remembered." During the afternoon, the group visited with five Vimy veterans. H was good to see Fort Macleod Vimy veteran Bert Patterson mingling with his comrades. True fellowship prevailed. Earlier this summer the Le- gion and Auxiliary entertained a bus load of veterans from the Col. Belcher Hospital in Cal- gary. This effort was most re- warding for those involved. Before the Lethbridge guests Jle ft. Rulon Hirsche thanked I them for coming and issued an invitation for a return visit. 90th birthday marked Peter Beck WHEN FRIENDS GET TOGETHER When old meei there's plenty to talk about but when war veterans meet waldi oull Gathering ot Fort Macleod are Vimy veterans John Field, left, and George Lehman, 75 and 77 years of oge. Mrs. Lillie Hogg and Vimy veteran Allan Merlon; Jock Coyle ond Mrs. Jessie Ingrom, former Fort Macleod resident; Mrs. Ella of )hs loto Gen. J. S. Stewart of Lelhbridge, serving ginger ale is Mrs. Helen Zevenberger and Mrs. Ella MacKay; ond Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilde. Mr. Wilde served in both wars, ii now retired. Swihart Photos lots in the surrounding area was accepted by council recently. HANNA A spell of several days of warmer wealhe" has meant a lot to farmers hustling to get the 1972 grain crop safe- ly away before severe cold sets in. Each day sees some gain In the battle and those who arc finished arc pooling their ma- To count heads COALDALE (IINS) A cen- sus for 1973 will lie taken in the of Coaldale. Council felt the head count is needed as there has been con- siderable residential growth in chinery and manpower lo help others who are late. The system is working well, A portion of Ihe land will be and where Ihcre was once a held as recreation reserve. j single combine in a field, the When placing a bid for a "pool" method often enables town-owned lot for residential i three or four lo work. 'S. Lloyd Rac showered with sjifts MONARCH (HNS) A show- er was held in the Monarch School auditorium recently to honor Mrs. Lloyd fiac, (nee Jariueline with '10 women attending. Games were played. Judy McMillan and Edith COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lethkidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MP.S. ED. CESAR General Delivery GRASSY IAKE MRS. MARY TURNBUll........... General Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gon. Del. RAYMOND MRS. OEUA WOOLF Gen. Del. TURIN Mrs. Paulm Juhor Phone 738.4394 Conlcici Ibese peapta for your District Newi or Classified Advertising Drullinger, both of Pincher Creek, opened gifts with the bride. Lunch was served by the hostesses, members of the Bea- ver Club. Mrs. is making her home at Sparwoofl. the recent two years. Last year the figure was used from the Dominion census. Pop- ulation was The census tally is used for payLig requisitions, on health education and also for obtain ing per capita grants from high- er levels of government. No dumping COALDALE (IINS1 To fVinip anything in Coaldale sew- er lagoons without specific writ- ton agreement is forbidden, town councillors stated at a re- cent meeting, There have been instances v, here the contents from septic tanks were emptied into Ihe la- goons without permission. The town will check with health authorities on if and where in the lagoon cells area such can best be done io meet PINCHER CREEK (Spec gathered recently in the Becks' home on Bridge Ave. lo celebrate Peter Beck's 90th birthday. As supper was served and people talked, it was easy lo recall the numerous occasions hey had shared wilh ieck in years gone by. As a pioneer from Denmark, Mr. Beck arrived in Ihe Pincb- ir area in 1905. He bought a farm in 1911. lis history is colorful because le worked with Ihe early ex- ilorcr, Kootenay Brown. Then he spent enoughl lime n Calgary to meet, woo and eventually marry a Danish girl, Marie. They came back to Pincher Creek io farm in the Crock dis- trict and in IMS moved into Sportplex pool to be filled swimmers next spring' :ial) i JJ. O COALDALE (HNS) in the spring of 1973 Ihe Coaldale Appear again RAYMOND (IINS I Two j federal election candidates, Lib- Sportsplox pool should be ready for swimmers. Mayor A. F. Blakic and coun- cillors expressed confidence if the are informed of (he Dr. Gillespie house in town. I 5 p.m Mr. Beck enjoys visiting with eral II. A. (Bud) Olson, agri- culture minister, and Social Creditor Willard Paxman. made their second appearance of the day at election meetings. Earlier all four candidates appeared at an election forum. Included were Bert Hargrave and Ixnris Toole for the Pro- gressive Conservatives and the NDP respectively. Mr. Olson spoke at Ihe Le- gion hall at 8 p.m. and Pax- man spoke at the town hall at Bolh meetings were supper drew 5fl i tiou. This lype Is filled with water lo 85 per cent. To avoid dust and other debris collect- ing the poo! is to be covered Ihis it will be good news and an encouragement to further support the Sportsplcx fund j for with contributions. Testing in recent weeks has been c'onc and according to (be engineers the poo! no longer leaks. Other mechanical testing Is to be carried out. Tiie mayor saic! Ihe pool is to be prepared for winteriza- with a large plastic sheet. Then in spring it is removed and the pool will be clean and read-y use. More district on page P> old friends, likes light garden- gatherings and each ing and still reads. people. __ Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmora Phone 562-2149 required heali rcgula- Honor Claresholm couple CI.ARF.SIIOLM About eighty friends and relatives at- iended the silver wedding anni- versary of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nark aus lie re. Tiie cclebralion consisted of a program followed tiy lunch and a social time in the blue room of Ihe Flying "N" Chuck- wagon and Hitching Post. The program consisted of singing by Ihe Orlan Berg fam- ily, a reading by Mrs, Don Burnham, two vocal solos by Cathy Mclxjan, piano solo by Donna Glimsdale and a read- ing by Mrs, Orlan Berg. Chairman was Orlan Berg. Lunch was featured by a dcc- orated anniversary cake pre- M-nled by Hoc Family. j Air. and Mrs. Narkaus were presented with a clock and a set of dishes from a group "I friends as well as other gifts by Mrs. Cyril Rico. For dancing during the social time, music was provided by Iho DDJ's orchestra. Coming lo the festivity from oul of town were Raymond and others from Pincher Creek, friends from Calgary. Blaekip. Picture Butle and Sparwood, B.C. Ixslio Narkaus and Merle Rac were married in Clares- hoi tr. Oct. II, 1M7, by Rev. W. J. Collett and have lived here since. They have two sons arid one daughter: Manny, Bind; Dia- mond; Raymond, Pincher Creek, find Linda at home. Homo of fine Brazier foods undae Both Locations: NORTH AND SOUTH BUY ONE AT REGULAR PRICE Get Another One of Equal Value for le NORTH STORE 516 13lh SI, N. Phone 327--185S SOUTH STORE 1152 M.M. Drive S. Phono 327-6440 ;