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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September 2, 197] THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Passlwords Vacation bible school held BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) _ A successful vacation hiblc school, conducted by the 'Pass Gospel Church was held in the Isahclle Sellon School during August. An average of 47 young peo- ple attended the event and were instructed by Pastor Dav- id Robhins, Mrs. Lola Ktelter and Joyce Sawafzky. assisted by Rosemarie Painter, Karen Osadan, Margaret Edl, Mrs. Ruth Hostad and Mrs. Marilyn Robhins. Mi-. Ilobbins has announced the fall schedule of times for the 'Pass Gospel Church. Morning service begins Sept. 5 at o'clock and Sunday Visit Kansas BELLEVOG (CNP Bureau) _ Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Reil and sons have returned home alter n five-week holiday In pans of flie United States in- cluding Kansas and Flint, Mich., where they visiled rela- tives. On their return home they visited Iheir respective home towns of Arcola and Carlyle, Sask. vio be held on Sept. ,2 ,'il be Andrew Wood of the Cana- dian Bible Society. Rev. J Nixon of Saskatoon ipl. IB to 19 st ing each evening at p.m. Theme of the nightly meet- ing? will "Tlie Holy Spirit and Our Need of Him." Attend PNE BLATJUIOHE (CNP Bureau) Mr. and Mrs. Vern Decoux and daughters Giiii and Susan have returned from a one- month vacation at various sum- mer resorts on the west coast and in the United Slates. While at Vancouver they at tended Ihe PNE. Cliff Elle wins degree TABER (IINS') Clifford n. Ellc. assistant superintendent of schools here for the past two vcars, has received his mas- ter's degree in education from the University of Oregon -at Eugene. Mr. Elle was one of candidates for baccalaureate and advanced degrees at Ilie university this summer. He was granled leave of absence from school dulics in June to complete his studies. Mr. Ellc is nou- superir.ten- dcnl of schools at Foremost. Skeith wins bursary NEW DAYTON (IINS) Richard Donald b'Keith, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Skeilli of Mew Dayton, was the recipient of a bursary from the Alberta Wheat Pool This bursary, which is one of Iwo given in the province, is renewable each year for five years. He also won a Queen Eliza belli Scholarship of S100 from the province of Alberta. A standing of 80 per cent or better in the Grade 12 depart mentals qualifies a student for this award. Richard obtained an 89.5 per cent average. He took his high school at Ray mond. Richard's goal is to be a law yer and he is registered in gen eral arts for two years al the University of Allierta. Omiiipiex comes alive EDMONTON (UP) erf-, monlon voters may have another opporlunity to vote on a covered sports centre and convention hall called 0 m n i- plex. Aid. Dave Ward lold council he plans lo inlroducc a molion al the next council meeting calling for a committee, head-! ed by Mayor Ivor Denl, to "im- mediately contact Ihe senior levels of government to gel a definite financial commitment to 0 m n i p 1 e x and lhat Ihe OmnileN proposal be placed be- fore the electorate in the Oct. 13 civic eleclion Omniplcx rejected by Edmonton voters last Novem- ber. CARDSTON The Chief Mountain Health Unit will hold iLs regular pre-school and adult clinics for September as fol- lows Immunization clinics will be held in Cardston at the MD Building every Thursday from 10 to a.m. and to p.m. Appointments can be made by calling 653-42M. MAGUATH Clinics will be held at the health unit office from 10 to a.m. each Tuesday. Tuesday, Sept. 7, from 2 to 3 p.m. at the school. IIILLSPRJNG Wednesday, Sept. B, from to 11 a.m. at the church. W A TEUTON I'AUK Wednesday, Sept. 8, from 2 to 3 p.m. at Ihe Lion's Hall. GLEXWOOn Wednesday, Sept. 22, from 10 to 11 a.m. at the school. German measles and mumps vaccine are available to anyone wishing this protection. Fluoride tablets or drops are issued free of charge for all children with a doctor's or den- list's prescription. Every child and every family should have the vital protection of immunization. Only through a well protected communily can epidemics be prevented. Pool meets demand Indian activist charges sister with trespassing wise." she told u '.-onfer-' Minisltr Jolm Turner, c'licc lic'rc, "and I WHS thinking bill she didn't pol beyond Die of wlio 1 should slarl guards at the Parliament, Mill "I knew say Vvost liloL'k. She talked lo one o[ ipHign lo IKIVC while people! 'uliy doean'L she slarl uilh her: the minister's aides by lele- lovc-d from the Cnuglina-' own so I did." and ha said Hie mailer She .said her sMiir ;mtl would be Uraun tu Mr. Turner's husband are paying attention. rcnl on the1 rcsorvc. Tlie SE'mnj nuuse would tusl SI 51 a month' off I ho reserve Miss Horn .said Ihal 'iicre are ._..B ._ _.............. some 1.501) whites now livinn im j plainl.s. "1 gave them (he infor- the reserve which lias a Lolal j motion in mid-June, and (here population of abort and 1 hic been nothing but delays." many are the In- So now she has filed a ship- ment of claim Ihe federal court, charging her sister trespassing. Her sister, now OTTAWA (CIM Kahn-Ti-1 neta Mom came Lo Oliawa Wednesday to charge her .sister with Ij-pspnsKing as part uf a camp re mo ag i Indian H u s c v v e near Monlrcnl. The Indiaii activist, fornior inner am! model to find oi'l why the justice department is so long lo act on her dians. They are miling homes from Indians, and .sonic an; even building houses on squat- ter's land. She said the Quebec Its Waller Pichouich. lost her government sending snnic Indian status when .she married welfare families Hi the a while man. said Miss Horn. serve because of the low rcnl.s. decided lo have a test Miss Horn had hoped In IS Great Slave Lake fires 'haven't slewed down'' 50th ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kullgen of Taber will celebrate liieir 50lh wedding anniversaiy Sun- day, Sept. 5, from 2 to 5 p.m. in Ihe basemenl of Si. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church at Taber. An open house will include nM close friends and relatives. Cornyr.'s art and oil painting- Dan Spathe. Cornyn's junior arl. 1G and under. FiUpalrick. award senior pholog- Challerpe raphy: 11. C. H. Photos. M. C.: cover acres. of the Trophy in the. junior section ol JlcUlor. fires is threatening the pro- Moore's IGA Golden Age: posed Nahanni National Park. PINCIlliR CKKF.K Trophies and awards lo he presented at the Pinchcr Creek Agricultural SocicU s annual awards night Oct. v.ill sec weeds, prams ami going U) -liui VYelseh. Oilier awards arc as .Jim Archibald siK-cia gate winner in glads. Rucliannn: shoe linx range.ment. Sophie Tayl den club special: Mrs. e. Mclnlce. Silver Avard. Pinch'. Co-op. Altec S'ieiilon Novellv SET OWN FIRES ROMSEY, England (AT) Fireman Norman Moody, 45, pleaded guilty to Ihree charges of vson Wednesday, saying he fire-bombed abandoned build- ings in Ihe neighborhood "just to get the fire engines out to break the monotony." The court sentenced the fireman to a year in prison, a fine of and sus- pension from the fire brigade for three years. PINCHER CREEK The hot weather this sum- mer has created an interest as to whether or not the Pinchcr Creek Swim Pool has had a record season. It is felt that a record was probably achieved, although tlu's is unsupported due lo un- availability of past statistics. The tola] number of entrants lo the pool for 1971 was 21.330. i The swim pool staff gave Red Cross and Royal Life Saving Society instructional classes to C56 persons. Seasons passes were issued lo 16 adulls. 00 children, J3 students and 82 families. Admission fees produced season ticket fees and lesson fees produced for a tola! revenue of The total revenue for Ihe 1370 season was an improve- ment in 1971 of 51.521. The Pinchcr Creel; Swim i nice Cyr Club fielded 49 swimmers lor Silvcr tlie Summer Games and man- vcgelabl aged lo take second place in that event willi the MD of Wil- low Creek first. This is a tribule to Ihe swim- mers, coaches and parents who manage this team, as the MD of Willow Creek draws from three pools. The local diving club had 19 members this year, sent eight of tbem lo Ihe Summer Games and managed to take third in the diving event. Co-ordinaling the efforts al Ihe swim pool is supervisor Joyce McLeod. S'ne has the as- sistance of seven staff mem- bers and four junior guard trainees. With such a heavy de mand on the pool this summer, they have certainly performed Iheir work roles capably, cili- 12 and under: Dewaync Hud-; zens agree. j dleslun. JT YELLOW K N I F E. N.W.T. (CP) Slightly more than Ml fires this year have, burned 2.1 million acres of forest in the Northwest Territories, the Mac- kenzie forest service reported here. The service said the fire .sil- j nation on the soulh shore uf Great Slave Lake remains grim. One fire is burning out ol conlrol over acres hclwecn Resolution and Port i Smifh and another covers 000 acres near Pine Point. "It looks like the country is going to continue burning right up lo Armistice Day." said a service spokesman. "We're only two weeks away from the lime when Hie fire season normally is over, hut things haven't slowed down much." Two fires burning in Ihe Nalianni Valley region now but the service, expects it will continue lo burn until u inter. The other fire was in moun- tain country and the spokes- man said even the rocks arc burned. DECLINED Farm operators a n d unpaid family farm workers in the United Stales declined six per cent from Ihe previous year in 1970. P1NC1IEK CHttfcK fSppnib The Pinchcr Geek Agricul- tural Socicl; sfiw the Bcih Wesh op family auarcled the President's Cup. II is given lo the family win- ning the mast points at the To try for the cup there has to bci a minimum of three members of an immediate fam- ily all residing at the same abode1. The winning family will be awarded the cup and a small replica at Ihe annual banquet and awards night. Any family winning the cup three years in succession automatically receive the cup as their pcr- I mancnt possession. i II is being hold by firefighters Thinking of Mobile Living? ;IDORSKY'S THINK OF OPENING SOON AT 542 13th ST. NORTH, LETHBRIDGE IF SIDORSKY'S CAN'T SELL FOR LESS WHO CAN? Iofi SI U paire spring water FEW IN USE The island of Manhattan ui Is'ew York City has 72 piers but only nine are in use lliis sum- mer. MINE KILLS SEVEN BANGKOK (Rcuter) Seven Thai soldiers were killed when a landmine exploded under their army vehicle in northeastern Thailand, officials said Thurs- day. Ciwvsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernun Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmorc Phone 562-2149 These Are flic Letltbtidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O Box 148 CRANBROOK NANCY MILES (Special) 304 Slh Si. S. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKLA EHNES................... Gon. Del. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGG.......................... Box 381 FAITH MRS. THEKLA EHNES Ctn. Contact these ocople for vour District Newi or Claitified Advcriiling v. ;ird me 4 vegetables from Crrck CU'MII Alice Ziclfle: Marc's IGA iurjor vegetables Grace Leskoskcy. Silver Pirdier Creek Co-op Embroidery and work, Alice Zicffie: Flour. AKce Zirffle. Safflo special: S. Wrl-cli, Anna i Pindier Creek Co-op Clover i Leaf: Alice SV.rnton. 1 Silver award. Co-op. K'lison Flour, Alice y.ietfle. Beaver Mines WI Jmior Cooking Award. Xccl Zioi'flc. j Higa's Pharmacy junior har.dicrslt.s. lie, .Iiinie Hanson, .larkip Noble. Cindy Brans. Dcbra Ziofflc. Charlotte Eoncrlz. Boylink's Junior Handicrans Pension plan advice to be offered Sept. 9 ULAGRATH (IINS) The] Anyone wishing lo lake ad- manager of the Lcthbridge dis-j vantage of Ihis service is cor- IricA office of the Canada Pen- dially invited to do so. I (Fern) Bou- sion Plan, J. C. chard, wishes to dents ol the Magralh and Card- ston areas lhat a field officer will be in attendance at Mag- rath in the town hall Sept. 9 from to a.m. He will be at Cardslon in Ihe town hall Sept. 9, from 1 to p.m. R o 1 1 i c Slrwn.rl will answer inform resi- queries on (lie Canada Plan, the Old Age S'ecurily and the Guaranteed Income supple- ment. He will also provide assist- ance in [he filing of applica- lions lo Ihosc who are now or soon will he qualified for Ilie abovc-noled benefits. George Bernard SJunv play lo he slaved September PINCHER CIWiliK (Special! i Ires and will bring ii 10 I'iuchcr The Shaw play You Can: Creek through a booking willi Never Tell will be presented at Ihe cult u r a 1 deiclopmcnl Canyon School here S'ept, branch. Tlie department of drama at. Locnl is Ihr cultural the University of Calgary has nfrnjrs coimnillce. presented the play at other cen- I Welcome to HeideEben 2 million spent on fires EDMONTON (CP) Tlie A1- i berla government Wednesday i allotted nn additional SI mil-1 lion for fighting forest fires in' Uic province. This brings Ihe lotnl spent on fighting forest fires this sum- mcr Lo million. I This play was published one of George Bernard Shaw's Plays Pleasanl. The comedy louehcs such Ihcines dcnlislry, women's riplils, par-' rnlhood, high life and marriage as when the play wrillen. OVIiltMr.MT SPOTS Trees on golf courses provide i'miil and .iheltCT 'or hivil> and small ;MII! liieir hikes become overnight resting places tor migratory bmls. Welcome to the taste of Heidelberg! So bright, so lively, so brimful of flavour it brings more enjoyment to your drink- ing pleasure. Welcome to the quality of Heidelberg! Heidelberg is brewed from only the best ingredients ...the finest golden barley malt, the choicest high prime Hallertau hops from Bavaria...and pure natural Rocky Mountain spring water. Take your thirst to Heidelberg today. You'll get a happy welcome that will never wear out because every of Heidelberg is as crisp and satisfying as your first. So much more to enjoy ;