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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Work hard and keep busy advice of south pioneer FORT MACLEOD (Special) "Work hard, keep busy and you won't stiffen up and get old." Tills is Ihc philosophy of Mrs. Annio Crowson of Fort Maclcod. She added, "I don't feel like 90. Really guess I feel lilie I'm 75." Receiving the 00 guests who called to wish this pioneer lady well on her Mill birthday were Mrs. Andy MacKay and Mrs. Claud Stevens. The guest book table was covered wilh a family heirloom clolb bordered with deep crocheted lace, the work of Mrs. Fred "Grandma" Crow- son. Recording the names were Mrs. Mary DeKoning, Mis. Maude McLean and Mrs. Viclor Barr. The pouring table, covered with a white linen, hand em- broidered cut-work cloth made by Mrs. Kric Crowson was cen- tred with a three-tier Mrthday cake, made and decorated, by Mrs. Walter Crowson. Greetings came in .ariuus forms from the far corners of the world. A special arrived from grandson, Ken Crowson from Inuvik, A card arrived from Denmark Macleod briefs FORT MACLEOD There are students enrol- led in the Ihree Macleod schools. The W. A. Day school, leach- ing gradD one, two and three have an enrollment of 291 stu- dents. Of these 72 are native children and approximately 45 per cent of the lolal body are rural students. Members of 10 new families are registered and eight families registered last year have left town. The stu- dents are being taught in 13 classrooms with a reading specialists room and an oppor- tunity room. The G. R. Davis school for grades four, five and six has 352 students, wilh 9G native children. Approximately half are rural students. There are eight new families and seven families moved since the last term. There are 16 teaching classrooms as well as a science lab, a music room and a library. The F. P. Walshe Junior- Senior High School has a loin! of 634 students. Broken into grades are grade seven, five classrooms wilh 124 students; grade eight, four classrooms with 117 studenls; grade nine, five classrooms wilh 132 stu- dents; grade 10, three class- rooms with 101 students; grade 11, three classrooms with 87 stu- denls; grade 12, three class- rooms with 73 studenls. The Junior High School has 14 classrooms with 373 students while the senior school has nine classrooms with 261 students. Preliminaries laid in contract talks CRANBROOK (Special) School boards in East Koolenay Branch of the B.C. School Trus- tees Association met here to prepare preliminaries for their separate teacher contract re- newals. Longterm objective of Ihe five, Cranbrook. Kimberley, Creston-Kaslo, Fernie and Lake Windermere, has been stand- ardization of contracts in the five areas. Boys charged at Calgary CALGARY (CP) Three boys, aged 8, 9 and 10 years, have been charged following a rash of weekend break-ins, thefts and automobile accidents. Police arrested the three and charged each wilh four counts of (heft and Ihrec counts of breaking and entering. The nine year old was also charged with five counts of failing to remain at the scene of an acci- dent. Police said a stolen truck was involved in several acci- dents including one wilh a cyc- list who was taken Io hospital in serious condition. ATTENDS MEET FORT MACLEOD Delegated, from Ihe Willow Creek School Division to attend a four-day conference on Pro- fessional Development was Helen Walker of Fort Macleod. The Alberta Teachers' Associa- tion-sponsored meet was held at the Banff School of Fine Arts. The purpose was Io acqnainl professional people of the fa- cilities available Io them for furthering Iheir training. Cranbrook Local of the B.C. Teachers Federation president Ui is school year is Ian Wether- ley, and contract chairman Michael McAstocker. East Koo- lenay boards have named L. A. T. Nimsick their negotiator for Ihe second year. Deadline for notification of 1S71 contract termination was September 20, and. for settlement November 15, if compulsory arbitration is to be avoided. The branch meeting on a one vote majority .again rejected Hie proposed amalgamation of its five school districts wilh some border alteration around Koolenay Lake. Amalgamation was strongly recommended early in 1971 by former provin- cial education superinlendenl F. P. Lcvirs on assigned survey of quality and cost aspects of Ihe exisling five districts, but Ihe Branch endorsed rejection on the grounds it would give no educational or economic bene- fits at this time. Dissenting on the resolution were Cranbrook and Creslon Kaslo boards, while Ihe other Ihree endorsed it. another 90-year-old lady, Mrs. Pederscn, mother Df Svcn Perierser, of Fort Macleod wh1 has never met Mrs. Crowson. Provincial greetings arrived fr'ni Lt. Gov. Giant Macliwcn and a pc-isonal letler from iornK-1 Premier iiarry E. iS'trom. A nh'.iie call from a friend of 01 yeavi standing, Mrs. Annie TV jwslcr, made thf day complete. Born Annie Vyylor on ocpt. 15, 1881 in liradmore, Notting- England she lost both her parenls when only two yai> old. Her brother and his wifr- adopted her and raised her wilh their own girl. In 1907 she became engaged 10 Luther Crowson. Soun after H- engagement, he left lor Canada tr ..lake a new life for himself and bride-to-be. Three years later her adopted both died, so she and hei sister ca.ne to Forl Mac- leod. On June 2.3. :310, be- came Mrs. Lui-Vr Crowson and moved 'o the Mud Lake dislricl where they hcmesteaded. "Lew was 3 homesteader, not a she Seven years later they moved to town and Mr. Crowson was engaged in ihe varpenlry business. "He built half the IOVT, the new arena, the government garage, and the telephone building were just a few of the big job? he she recalls. Their family, who were all on hand for the recent celebra1 ion, include two sons, Eric, of China Creek, B.C. and Waller of Cal- gary; one daughter, Mrs. Hank (Dorothy) Larson of Calgary; four grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Beside her family she has a host of friends with many of these friendships dating back to her coming Io Lhe counlry. During her younger days. Mrs. Crowson was active in Ihe women's work of the Uniled Church. She is a life member of the Uniled Church Women. She was a member of Ihe Mac- leod Women's Instilule before 11 amalgamated wilh the coun- lry group. While difficulty wilh hearing curlails group parlicipalion, it is no dclen-anl to her every day routine, which includes doing all her own housework, gardening and cooking. Beside these activities, she always wel- comes company, and there hardly a day that at least two or three friends don't call in for a cup of tea or just to pass the lime. Gypsy tea IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. Leonard llaney recently named to the board of direc- tors of the soulhern branch of Ihe Canadian Menial Health Association, has announced plans for a gypsy lea Wednes- day, Sepl. 22, al Gypsy coslume will be the attire for the day and with a fortune tell- er, roving musicians and ma- gician on hand for Ihe proceed- ings. Proceeds will be turned over Io the mental health as- sociation. Croivsncst Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCUIATION JOB PRINTING Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive licnliiiR suhslnncc proven to shrink hemorrhoids...and repair damaged (issue. A research institute has found a unique healing sub- stancc with the ability to shrink hemorrhoids painlessly, H re- lieves ilching and discomfort in minutes nnd srccJs up hcrOins of Ihc injured, inllamcil tissues, One Ih'ninnluiidal case his- lory a Tier another rcportcil "vciy sinking improvement." Pain vas promptly nnd gently relieved actual reduction or retraction, (shrinking) look place. And most inipimcmml uas m.iintninrd in clinical vnc Lonlmnal OUT a period of many months. 1 nrllicrmorc, Ihcvc tcsls and olv-ervations made on pilicnis wilh a wide vinciyof hcmorrlioidal condi- tions. All this was accomplished viili a healing substance (Bio- Dync) which quickly helps heal injured cells and stimulates growth of newt issue. Hin-Dj ncis offered in oinlmcnlandsuppoM- tory form called Preparation IT. ]n addition to actually shrink.- inp hemorrhoids, Preparation II luhricalcs nnd mn.kcs elimina- tion less painful. U helps prevent infcclion which is a stated cause of hemorrhoids. Just ask your dnicpisL for Preparation H -Suppositories or Prcp.ii.uion TI Ointment (with a. ppcual .Salisf.iction or your money refunded. Preparation Warner WI once again WARNER (HNS) The an- nual representative meeling of the Warner constituency of the Alberta Women's Institute was held recently at the home of Mrs. M. Herbst with 24 mem- bers from the Cardston, Hills- view and Warner branches in attendance. Members were informed that the bank balance of the or- ganization stands at S107.34 with S6.4I cash on hand and S4.91 in the pennies lor friend- ship fund. The financial of (he constituency fair report re- vealed income of siOY.oi, cash on hand of 51, expenses of and a balance of 557.70. Warner WI won the tray for the 12lh year in succession with 117 entries and a tolal of 410 points. Hillsview had 123 en- Irics and .180 points and Old Chief Iliree cnlrics and 22 points. Mrs. J. Liebell of Warner garnered the most individual points wilh 87 while Mrs. A. Troidl had 85, Mrs. E. Hulchin- son of Warner 7B and Mrs. F. Dangcrfield of Coutls 67. Old Chief will have Ihc con- stituency conference and fazr ill 1972. CA. Weekes One outstanding nUrjbulc of scoulinc; is citizenship and it has come to our nolice that some eight young men, seven from Medicine Hat and one frop Lcthbridge, have been awarded their Gold Stage Citi- zenship badge. Robert Stroh, Andrew Shand, Robert Teel, Handy Koch, Brian Stone-house, Daryl Wingcrter and Leslie Bischoff of Medicine Hal logel- licr with Shane Dye of Lelh- bridgc will be receiving recog- iiilion from Lht Secretary ul at Ottawa. This is truly an honor for Ihem and for scouting as a whole. Our warm- est congratulations, fellows! To those who were camping this past summer, and this in- cludes any Jamboree Camping as well as weekend and group efforts, do not forget to get your applications in for Ihc Golden Tent Peg Award. These must he in the Council Office in Lelhbridge by November 12. Be sure Io have all Ihe camp dates, leader's name elc. Have your log record of each camp. Get all this in to your own district office for transmis- sion to Regional HQ. If you al- ready were qualified and have the original award a new gold- en tent peg with the appro- priate dale, e.g. 1971, will be Io attach to the original. Remember that there are dif- ferences in regulations for Cute, Scouts, Hovers. Venturers and While temporarily residing in Calgary lately we had Ihc oc- casion to call our former Griz- zly Scout commissioner on the telephone. It was a thrill to hear his voice and to know that his interest in (he District has never waned. Mrs. Seel also misses the friendly atmosphere of (lie great open spaces, name- ly Walerton. Lakes Park, as do the children. Kurt has been helping at Camp Clem Gardner by setting up nature trails. The warmest of greetings were en- Irusled to us Io pass on to you. Another stalwart in Seoul cir- cles is Scouier Terry Howe of Pinchcr Creek. He has been visiting his parenls and many Raymond plaiis drawing course RAYMOND (HNS) A lota of 20 people registered the firsl evening for the Off-Campus Art JJ-5Q drawing course. The cn- Ihusiasm shown by Ihose regis- lered for the instructor H. A Hicks, art deparlmenl, Univer- sity of Lelhbridge, indicates more will be on hand to regis ler next week. Students for the Off-Campus course came to Raymond from Warner, Magralh, Wrenlham to join with Raymond students. Deadline for registration is Sep- tember 25. Classes are held Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. HOCKEY SCHOOL FORT MACLEOD Permission has been granted Ihe Forl Maclcod Minor Hock- ey Association to hold a hockey school in October. Bob Reach and Reg O'Sullivan will be in charge. The day of registration there will be a rummage sale. Jean O'Sullivan and Eileen Reach Trill be responsible. Final dale of registration for league play is Oct. 30. Player registrations will be on an in- dividual basis only. Jim Mur- phy and Peter McTavish arc in charge. The executive of the associa- tion arc Bob Hart, president; Jim Murphy, vice-president; Jean O'S'ullivan, secretary and Shirley Hilliard, treasurer. HirilRll EDUCATION Nearly 36.000 young people mil rcaT.'c doclorale degrees in the Soviet Union Ihis vear. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5th Slreet S. Phone 328-6922 WILL BE CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS Mon.-Tues.-Wed., Sept. 20th-21st-22nd If you require tiny film rlr. ANGLO'S GIFTWARE CENTRE nl 426 Slrccl Soulh IS OPEN AS USUAL olu friends, particularly .Scouls. He is a confirmed Pack b'coutcr seemingly and is. pi present, located in High River. In our conversation ranged over Ihe years around Canyon Church Camp, around Camp Impccsa ant! even over this past summer's Jamboree. Scoutcr has now reached the lofty heights of a bank ac- countanl, very good indeed for five year's service. Before leaving the Foothills Hospital il was our pleasure to have a vihil from Jamboree Chief Jack Purdie. Scouier Jack- is located at the Fair- mount Baptisl Church in Cal- gary and is always looking [or a chance Io track down Scouting friends who have arrived hi the big city to get medical aid. Cer- tainly when he leaves one, you cannot help but feel the healing influence of his visit. This fall some of the boys and tlicir Scoulers will be oul bird hur.ling or fishing. There is an opportunity to try rnore outdoor cookery. Ducki or pheasants may be more quickly skinned than plucked. Draw your bird, sail and season Io la'jte, roll in flour or coat wilh thick clay according Lo whether you are frying or roasting in hoi coals. Bank up the hot coals over the bird and lei it roasl while you do other jobs neces- Auxiliary launches new season Tuojclny, I 21, 1971 IMC UtRAlD '395 jobs in East Kooteiuiy Mrs. Scoll Salmon were .''ppoinlcd to be responsible for keeping the layetlc ready for needy infants during the remainder of the months in 1971. Meeting lime for auxiliary members for Lhc season will be J. p.m., Hie third Wed- nesday of Lhc month. The auxil- iary is to he represented at. Ihe Southern Alberta Regional Con- ference to be Held in Lclli- bridge, b'cplember 2-j. No de- cision was made regarding the annual auxiliary gift to the hos- pital. A number of suggestions brought forward wilh the mailer to be finalized at Ihc October meeting. a tally of ffiii new jobs. Top project is at the north end where (ivans to Kicking Ltd., successor Horse Ltd., has approval of over SGMMKXI for 53.11 million ex- pansion, modernization and new products al its cedar fences, shakes and limalcd offc'i' o[ a lolal of OIK) on a C million veneer Products! and phwood plan' In employ additional approximately Conference goes ahead sary Some is a prelude !o eating, folks even leave the feathers on before applying the clay. Wlicn (lie clay is removed all the feathers come off, loo. This same clay treatment is recommended in cooking fish. Clean the fish, salt and cover with clay. Cooking is not too prolonged. When you remove the baked clay the scale all come off. Many Srouls find 2 few rashers of bacon in Ihe fish or bird add to the good tasle. In cooking ducks the wild lasts is removed somewhat. H- V 1 Now for asking a favor of you. Many Pack and Troop S'couters have a number of ex- cellent campfire opening invo- cations and also closings, Would you help us Io help oth- ers by sending these to me? They will be truly appreciated. Good hunting, all! Fort schedules shopping pro j eel FORT MACLEOD (Special- Some lime ago the Fort Mac- leod and District Chamber of Commerce appointed a commit- tee of Andy MacKay, Charles Reach and Jim Isherg to study a shopping days program. They have come up wilh a sugges- tion of a three day month-end sale where each merchant would offer from one Io three specials. The project gets off lire ground on Sept. 30, Oct. 1 and 2. It is hoped thai it will keep building and draw people to town especially for the RCMP centennial in 1973 and the Town of Forl, Maclcod's centennial in 1974. Suggestions for a name have not been finalized. The chamb- er meets for (he first fall ses- sion on Sept. 22 at S p.m. Al C'ranbr'Kik ;in oiler nf S1.X800 to Crcstlironk Forest. Industries Lid. has been ap- proved for a SG74.WO expansion plant at Donald west of Golden. nf ns S7 to S3 lumber plains at Cranbrook and i Canal Flat, whicb would estab- lish 4.1 new jobs. At Natal estimated Is i S33.-11'G to Peerless Wood Pre- servers Lid. of Caylcy in AJ- i lierla for a SW5.1M plant which will employ IS3 persons. Al Kimbcrley eslimated offer EDMONTON (CPi AJI cdu- is Sto.130 for Kimbei ealional conference in Redi Icy Building Products Ltd. con- j Deer, called by Ihe Social) crele hlocl; a new fadh'ly Credit one week cost of is cslimalcd before it was defeated in the crca'ing six new Aug. 30 election, will go ahead; Tliis is additional to the woods as planned Oct. 14-15. plant stimulus, and brings Io The conference will sludy i 401 potcr.lial new jobs Inccn- proposals lor a modified school lives Acl offer approval cstab- 3'ear and will be attended by lishcs. Lou and Jim TO RED DEER FORT MACLEOD (Special Sandra Heller, recent graduate of S't. Michael's School of Nurs- ing, has accepted employment at the Red Deer General Hos- pital. She began her general duty nursing on Sept. 20. ministers responsible for edu- cation in the province's new Progressive Conservalive gov- ernment. Representatives of the Albcr- la Teachers' Association, the Alberta School Trustees Asso- FACILITIES FORT 5LACLEOD Frank Eden, school board rep- resentative appeared before the Fort .Macleod Rccrealion Board at their recent mcelinc.. He re- ciation, the universities and ported the Fort Teen Club had Colleges commissions, chain-1 reorganized and will be apply- bers of commerce, s t u d e n t; ing for use of school facilities, groups, urban and rural gov-' The board expressed its desire ernments, home and school as- j to impose conditions, addilion- socialions and Ihe A1 b e r I a al to the regular School Board School Superintendents' Associ- requirements, before formal ation will take part in Ihc dis- approval ol the Town of Fort cussions. i Maclcod is ghen. Come Io this Christian Science Lecture WHAT'S NECESSARY ABOUT REUGION? by Neil H. Bowles, of Atlanta, Ga. Icthbridge Community College, Dr. Kale Andrews Bldg., Rm. 7 Friday, Sepl. 24lh-8-9 p.m. THE BIG SWEEP ES ON! FLEMING MOTORS! We ore clearing out our 1971 Tildcn daily rentals and dealer demonstrators. They must be told immediately and al the highest year end discounts. Check Ihe model of your choice and see a Fleming representative lodayl DEALER DEMONSTRATORS 4 Valiant Dusters 10 Plymouth Satellites 2-door hordtops and 4-door sedans 1 Roadrunner 4 Plymouth Furys 1 Chrysler Newyorker Some models equipped wilh air- conditioning 2 Chrysler Newports 1 Chrysler Newport Custom 2 Door Hardtop 1 Fargo B100 Tradesman Van 1 Fargo D100 Ton Adventure Special Edition 1 Fargo D200 Ton DON'T MISS THESE BUYS Remember -Buy now, prices will never be lower -Buy while we need your trade -Save at Fleming Motors SEE THEM NOW AT FLEMING MOTORS LTD. NEW CAR SHOWROOM: Corner Isl Avc. and 7th St. S. USED CAR DISPLAYS: Corner 3rd Avo. and 10th St. 5. PHONE 327-1591 ;