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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta POT-LUCK Tuesday, October 27, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 D'ARCY RICKARD TOHO says men aren't vain I went to the Home Show '70 'exhibit and spent all m time in the bathrooms admir ing myself in the mirrors. Archie McCrea, one of Po Luck's most ardent fans, haile me the other day near Cth St and 5th Ave. just outside Pur ity Dairy where he was pricini ice-cream cones. Who the heck should drop ir but Bill Barker, formerly o Magrath and now of Calgary He's retired from the RCAF after flying around the worl several hundred times and now working with the Red Cross Time flies too, doesn't it Bill Seems like yesterday we use< to grab a bite to eat at you house across the street from the Magrath swimming pool.. The Kainai News has come out rather strongly against thi all Indian kindergarten being located at Cardston. The Kaina News says "some of the chil dren must ride a bus 80 miles in one day and these children are all five years and under Such is the case at the presen time, which invariably hinders the learning ability of our chil- Hoop Clinic Includes Test At Pincher PINCHER CHEEK (Special) An interest has been ex- pressed in hosting a basketball official clinic for Pincher Creek and surrounding district. Unlike other basketball clinics it is hoped that this clinic will produce an examina- tion and provide successful candidates with a certificate. Persons interested are asked to contact the Pincher Creek regional parks' and recreation office at 627-1322 or write Box 1139, Pincher Creek. Deadline for application is Friday, Oct. 30 at 5 p.m. VISIT PARENTS NOBLEFORD (HNS) Miss Elaine and Miss Diane Brick- son, Miss Betty Sherman and Miss Karen Sherman and Rob- ert Vander Woulde ,of Edmon- ton all spent the weekend at the home of their parents here. dren." Pot Luck suggests an other kindergarten be built a Standoff. You can't have to many kindergartens, I alway say. Pot-Luck thanks associate ed: tor Bill Hay for the story abou an irate lady who once askec an editor why he always pu the bad news on the front page she said, "p e o p 1 would rather read of happ things." he repliec "I have yet to see a crow rushing across town to witnes a golden wedding anniversary.' Pot-Luck is in debt to Mrs Jessie Nolan, Coaldale Pytlua Sister, for giving us the address of Don Jones of the C'NIB. Any one interested in learning mor about the CNIB, and how i helps in hundreds of ways should contact Mr. Jones a 1260 Memorial Drive East, CaJ gary. Fellow asked me what pre ventive welfare is. Preventivi welfare is when you spank youi ads every Tuesday. Spank them before they're bad. Pre ventive welfare. Once upon a time there was a happy bunch of cavemen They had no population explo- sion worries. Grizzly bears took care of that. They had no complexes. They were too tired for that after a hard day of running from the grizzlies. Women were no problem, They just picked the one they wanted and bopped her. There were no television pro- grams to drive them silly. Their culture was simple, 'hey painted pictures on cave walls and grunted in choruses around the campfire. There was no adjudication and critics were not yet evolved. One chap invented a bow and arrow, commenting: "This will make war so horrible it will be utlawed for all time." But it idn't, only started one. Farmers were in business. Varriors were in business. Pea- ut venders were in business. Today the business is spin- ling so fast, after an industrial- t o m i c revolution, that man. arinot comprehend what he has wrought. He has no space in which to love, no silence in which to link, no clear water in which o wash ajid no climate for aim discussion. Back to the caves. Moral: If the eye is the win- ow of Oie soul, the glass eye the mirror of mindlessness. New Councillors Take Up Duties By VEIt.N1 niCCOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE Two new councillors, L. Roy Amundsen MD and Joe Bodio, made their appearance on the Blairmore town council this week and, a 1 o ng with former Mayor George Wait, took their, oath of office. Retiring councilman Roger Demoustiez, who has served the town for the past nine years, was presented with a gift of appreciation by Mayor Wait. Committees named for the year, with the first-named as chairman, are: Finance and property, Alfred McKay and Louis Hucik. Louis Hucik and Roy Amund- sen will act on the light and MR. AND MRS. P. K. SULLIVAN CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Golden Wedding Today FOREMOST ears married. That is the iroud record of a-pioneer Fore- nost couple, Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Sullivan, who celebrated heir golden anniversary today. Some 65 relatives and close riends attended a celebration of the event during Thanksgiv- ng, the most convenient time Strom Speaks Ian. 22 T A B E R (HNS) Alberta r e m i e r Harry Strom will peak at the Taber Chamber of lommerce annual banquet Eri- iay, Jan. 22, 1971. The dinner meeting will be eld in the new civic centre uditorium. Chamber president Lee D. Tills said on receipt of Pre- mier Strom's acceptance of the lambef's invitation, commit- ees will be struck and plans aid shortly for this special ev- nt in tlie new year. Premier Strom represents ic constituency of Cypress im- lediately cast of the Taber- Farner constituency. for all members of the Sulliv; family to get together. Tr event was staged at Foremos Community Hall, with an ope house for all who wished share with the popular coup in their celebration. All six of the children wer in attendance for the occasio They are Ken Sullivan of Med cine Will from Granun Marvin of Regina, Nelson fro Lethbridge, Mrs. Kay Zielke Strasbourg, Saskatchewan, am Mrs. Edith Walsh of Foremos There are 25 grandchildren an one great grandchild. Decorative features highligh ed the Hall which were the wor of horticulturist Nelson Sullivan of Lethbridge. Floral displays seasonal flowers as well as phc tographs and telegrams last fully arranged, added to the a. mosphere of the occasion. The Sullivans were marriec on their homestead in ths Nem iscam area on October 27, 193 by Rev. Taylor. They have live in the area all their marriec lives. Mr. Sullivan is a vetera of the First World War, whil Ms sons served in the Secon World War.' A carpenter an farmer, Mr. Sullivan still take a keen interest in his garde and is very active in severa spheres. Telegrams were receive [rom many leading personalitie including Lieutenant Governor 'rant McEwan, Prime Minis :er Trudeau, Premier Harr Strom and the mayor of Fore Roundup of District News ton-" Elect Officers PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Officers were elected for the season at the first fall meeting of the Picture Butte Range Company. Linda Dworak i. president, Diane Nyhof vice- NOTICE to the Electors of the TABER-WARNER PROVINCIAL CONSTITUENCY ROBERT BOGLE Robert Bogle, high school teacher and member of trie Town Council in Milk River is seeking the Progressive Conservative Nomination for the Taber-Warner Constitu- ency. You are tn come ond hear Peter Lougheed, Provincial Leader of the Pro- gressive Conservative Party. The nomination meeting will bo held in the Coaldale Community Hall, Thurs., Oct. 29th at 8 p.m. You may pur- chase registration cards at the door thus entitling you to vote at the meeting. Come and hear all the candidates speak, then decide who VOLT Progressive Conserva- tive nominee should be. Inserted by Robert Bogle, Progressive Conservative nominee, Box 515, Milk Rivor, Alta. president, Heather Rae secre- tary and Olga Fress treasurer. Social conveners are Debbie Boras and Donna Nyhof with Shelley Foster handling publi- city. The girls are under the leadership of Mrs. Gloria Char- tier and Mrs. Emily Juris. First project of the year will he a candy sale at the annual CWL supper November 6. Olga Fress, Linda Dworak, Diane Nyhof and Alice Wozniczko will represent the local group at the annual provincial council meet- ing in Edmonton. Opportunity Knocks TABER (HNS) Taber School Division No. 6 board learned that Miss Nancy Wal- ton of Barons-Eureka Health and Social Services is assisting in deleTnining the need for op- portunity rooms in the divi- sion's schools. These classes for children needing special attention could be held if the enrolment at such classes at Taber and Vauxliall is sufficient to war- rant the services of a special- ist. Open At Noon TABER (HNS) A change in working hours at Taber's ad ministration office was ap proved by the town council. The one hour from 5 to I p.m. Fridays is being cliscon tinued. The office will now be open during the noon hour with as sistant secretary treasurer Larry Flexhaug on hand. Office hours, therefore, are from a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon- day through Friday. Boys Aid Woman FORT MACLEOD Last week Mrs. Helen O'Brien of .Pioneer Lodge in Fort Mac- leod was hurrying to the Leth- bridge bus depot afle. receiving medical attention when she fell and hurt herself. Two unidenti- fied 14 year old boys came to her rescue and assisted her t the waiting room. Mrs. O'Brien is most grate ful. COUNTRY NEWS These Are TheLetJihddge Herald Correspondents In Your Area .MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED MARKER P.O. Box 97 MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER P.O. Box 329, Milk River MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER P.O. Box i! NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P.O. Bex 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Del. Contact these people for your niifrict Nowi or Classified Advertising 160 Magazines PINCHER CREEK (Special At the recent meeting of thi Captain McPhail Chapter o the IODE 14 members gather ed at the home of Mrs. L Sorge. Secretary Mrs. Monica Lynch-Slaunton read the news letter. Discussion arising from this was the giving of four ?300 Coronation Bursaries, and the semi-annual meeting at Rec Deer in October. Mrs. Hilda Milne, national councillor, will attend the meeting. Mrs. D. Dennis, education secretary, reported the bursary money had been given to the students. One dress and many books and magazines had been turn- ed in while Mrs. Leila Bustard lad delivered 160 magazines to Mrs. Smith's store at Brocket 'or the use of the Peigans. Mrs. Hazel Reeves had placed Readers' Digests and pocket classics at the RCMF. building for the use of prisoners. A book rack to hold good used pocket classics has been placed in the hardware depart- nent of tile Co-op store. Books will be sold for 10 cents. Hostesses for the meeting vere Mrs. Sadie Clazie, Mrs. lilda Milne and Mrs. E1 i s a Jorge. The Nov. 2 meeting will held at the home of Mrs. Lester Herbig. First Meeting SPARWOOD (1TNS) The irst meeting of the Spanrood CW was held at the home of ,lrs. Lorraine Fontana. The la- dies made plans for the annual :andy sale. Next .regular meeting will be iclcl November 11 at the home f Mrs. Jean Tabor of Spar- vood. Newcomers are welcome to attend. most, Reinhold Karl. A feature of the celebration was a beautiful wedding cake, the work of Mrs. Sullivan's sis- ter, Mrs. Flossie Wilson of Fore- most. Speech Therapy Needs Studied TABER. (HNS) Taber School Division No. 6 board of trustees.discussed the need for some speech therapy services in the division, and left the matter for school superinten- dent Dr. Wesley P. Eddy to in- vestigate. An earlier study indicated a need. There is a lack of quali- fied personnel to conduct the services required., power committee. Joe Bodio and Don Dececco will assume the duties of the police committee. The public works department I otfnoffl was assigned to Gordon Ulrich Home, School Elects Slate At Foremost FOREMOST (Special) Len fiosgra of Foremost was elect- ed president of Foremost Home and School Association at a re- cent meeting. The meeting was one of best attended in recent years, for a program featuring the an op- meet and Alfred McKay. Fire, water and sewer prob- lems will be looked after by Roy Amundsen and Joe Bodio. Health and welfare will be the responsibility of councillors Alf McKay and Joe Bodio. Deputy mayors for two- month periods beginning in No- vember w i 1 1 be Louis Hucik, Alf McKay, Don Dececco, Gor- don Ulrich and Roy Amundsen. the teaclu'ng staff for the cur- ren school year. Teacher Joe Trekofski was elected to the position of vice- president. Doreen Jurgens of Skiff was re elected secre- tary, as was Thelma Stevens to the treasurer's pest. On a un- animously carried motion the other vacancies on the execu- tive are to be filled by appoint- ment. School principal Yosh Kaba- Towri representatives on the yama introduced the 23 mem- various organizations will be Chinook Health Unit, Alf Mc- Kay; safety committee, Louis Hucik; preventive social ser- vice, Don Dececco; Oldman River Regional Planning Com- mission; Gordon Ulrich; Emer- gency M e asures Organization, Joe Bodio and county study representative will be Mayor Wait. bers of the teaching staff to the parents. A group discussion was held on topics to be discussed by the Educational Study Com- mittee. 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