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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Church parley BROOK bruoks United Cliurch will host the meeting of the South Alberta Presbytery on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 20 and 21. On Friday evening the Chris- tian Education annex will be officially opened at a ceremony conducted by the chairman at Presbytery. Various rooms of the build- Ing have been furnished by or- ganizations of the church in- cluding the Tilley Room with carpet and lighting being pro- vided by the United Church Women. The Memorial Library has been finished by funds pro- vided by gifts to the Memorial Fund. The nursery was funiish- ed by the Vesper Group of the UCW. New secretary STIRLING (HNS) Mrs Dan Pengilly has been appoint ed school secretary. She is replacing Mrs. Thayne Sillito who resigned. The Sillit family will he moving from the village. Leaves PO BASSANO (Special) Afte 25 years of honest toil in the Bassano Post Office, Mrs. Young Mary Isobel wife of the late Irvine Young well known businessman leared out her desk, took a last ook around the familiar office her fellow civil servants oodbye and stepped lightly ver the Ihreshhold for the last ime recently. Sunday sport BROOKS At its recent monthly meeting, council of bounty of Newell gave approv- al to a bylaw autnorizmg cer- ain public games, contests and sports on Sunday, as permitted by the Alberta Lord's Day Act. Martin leads VAUXHALL Last Wednes- day the Vauxhall Cubs met at the Cub and Scout Hall. Eighteen boys were present. Wallace Martin is the Cub leader, Dwayne Tivador, Pear! Montgomery and Sharon Mar- tin are assistant leaders. A bottle drive will be held Oct. 21. Residents of Vauxhall are re- quested to save bottles for the boys to pick up. AH boys between the ages o eight to 11 years, interested in joining the cubs have been re- quested to attend the cub meet ings Wednesdays and Thurs days. The Scouts held their meel Ing the same evening. 'Corn; Lowen Is Scout leader. Berni Erickson and Harry Mannini are assistant leaders. CURRIE'S FINE FOODS 7 DAYS A WEEK A.M. TO P.M. 1516 9lh Avo- s- BETWEEN THE TWO HOSPITALS LOOKING FOR WORK ARER Westburne Drilling Ltd., G. P. Drilling Wardean Drilling. We operate rigs across Canada. Camp and town [obi. Our busy season should ilart about OdobEr 1, 3972, and we need to have namej and telephone numbers of avail- able men on file. Experienced and non-experienced. Apply lot PERSONNEL MANAGER, Wesrburne Drilling Ltd., 1332, 550 6th Avenue, S.W., Calgary T2P OS2 Sees old home NANTON _ Bill Allan, iade a trip back to Ms old ome at Alma, Ont., alter an bsence of 75 years. He looked for the little old g house where he was born n Sept. 8, 1879, but time and he elements had taken their ill and his former home was one. Mr. Allan and his grandson im Coutts of Toronto called on ousins and former school riends of the former (the few Jiat were still W. H. Allan recalls that he eft Ontario on 'Nov. 1, 1900, ravelling by boat and train to each Alberta. He opened the irst CPR Station at Nanton in 903. Bill was enthusiastic about lis trip "home" and said It was veil worth the effort. He flew to Toronto and was met by Jim Coutts. They drove 5 mites west to his old home at Alma where familiar country- side greeted the old timer, but ,he buildings he had re- membered were long since jone. Mr. Allan says they enjoyed an oldtime fiddler's contest at Abbitfoil where there were 17 contestants. Jim accompanied has grand- father back to Alberta and visited with his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Coutts and his sister and family in Calgary. Saturday, September 30, 1972 THE LETHMIDGE HERALD _ 9 Dan Beiisler wins aware! PJNCHER CREEK (Special) year's recipient of the Black bum Jeweller's Award, liven for the highest academic ichicvement in the Matthew lalton High School Grade 12 class, was Dan Bensler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bensler of 'incher Creek. During his 12 years of school- ng here, Dan has also taken LIONETTES LOVE CHILREN Fort Macleod Lionertes, 20 members strong, have come oul in favor of children. Not only thai, they favor keeping the kids happy. This little fort at Fort Macleod has slides and places to hide and everything. Ifs part of the Lionettes Tiny Tot playground, a project for Fort Macleod Centennial Year, Oc- tober, 1973, to October, 1974. It's located In the library yard. 250 pints of blood needed TABER (HNS) Taber's fall blood donor clinic, scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 4, is ex- pected to return to the Tied Cross blood bank a total of 250 pints of life-giving fluid, says convener Mrs. Fay Sloane. The blood exchange from arm to bottle will take place at the community centre auditori- um from to in the af- ternoon and from to 9 p.m. in the evening. The local Kinsmen are assist- Harvest ball FOREMOST (Special) The Foremost Fish and Game Association has set aside Fri- day, Oct. 13, for its annual Hunter's Harvest Ball to be held at the Foremost Commu- nity Hall. Music will be provided by the O..K's. In conjunction with this, a goose, duck and pheasant derby will be held. Any bird ta- ken in the legal season up to a p.m. deadline Oct. 13 is eligible for the competition. Tropliies will be awarded to Uie winner in each of three cate- gories. Further information may be obtained from association members. pledged TABEH (HNS) A recent meeting of Flatlands District Council, Boy Scouts of Canada, heard a report that the June cyclathon from Vauxhall to Ta- ber drew pledges of about 500, half of wtu'ch will go to the district and half to the groups participating. Of the1 nine troops Involved in the bicycle ride, four have submitted financial reports with payments (some partial) to the district office. Horse handling clinic scheduled TABER (HNS) A four- day, eight session Monte Fore- man rider training clinic is be- ing sponsored at the Taber ro- deo grounds by the local rec- reation department over the Thanks giving holiday weekend. Pat Wyse of Cutbank, Mont., ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY NOTICE Oct. A.M. OF PUBLIC HEARINGS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF SULFUR EXTRACTION GAS PLANTS IN ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that the Environment Conservation Author- ity will conduct Public Hearings on the Environmental Effects of Sul- fur Extraction Gas Plants in Alberta at the following times and places: LPincher Creek CourtHouse Oct. 2. Red Deer Capri Motor Hotel Oct. S.Whitecourl LegionHall 4.Calgary Jubilee Auditorium S.Edmonton Auditorium 9912-107Street These hearings are being held at the request of the Honourable William J. Yurko, Minister of the Environment, with the objective of providing public participation in an enquiry into the Environmental Effects of Sulfur Extraction Gas Plants and a review of the legislation pertaining to these operations in the Province. For the purpose of the hearings, environmental effects will include all effects on materials and on living processes, including beneficial effects, of all development and manifestations leading to the prod- uction of the gas, its treatment, and the transportation and consump- tion of its products. All aspects of sulfur extraction operations are of relevance includ- ing well drilling, pipeline corrosion and leaks, plant locations and in- plant health and hazard phenomena as affected by sulfur bearing mat- erials. In the Interest of obtaining as wide a range of viewpoints as possible, the Environment Conservation Authority invites all individuals, groups, and companiesinterested in the problem to make submissions. To facilitate the preparation of briefs and provide a basis for public discussion, a situation report on the problem, a shori prospectus for ihc public hearings and a terms of reference statement are available, on request to: THE ENV1RONMENTCONSERVATION AUTHORITY 9912-107Slreet Edmonton, Alberta Phone423-2247 Sam Best retires horn PO HIGH HIVER Sam Best will retire from his duties as High River postmaster effec- tive Sept. 30. Mr. Best, 63, first came to High River in June, 1956 when he took over the position of postmaster from W. E. M. Holmes whose wife remained as Mr. Best's assistant for nine years. Mr. Best was born In Portadown, County of Armagh, Northern Ireland in 1909. His family moved to Canada in 1914 and settled at Bow Island and later at Etzikom before mov- ing to Lethbrldge in 1921. He first started his career hi the post office in 1937 when he worked as a casual letter carrier. His older brother -worked In the Lethbridge Post Office which interested Mr. Best in a postal career. a Foreman certified instructor, will conduct the clinic which will include all phases of rider horsemanship. Training sessions are set for 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily Oct. 7 through 9 (Saturday through Monday) with a special film showing at the community cen- tre at p.m. Friday, Oct. 6 Registrations at per per- son are being accepted by rec reation superintendent R o Blais at the office phone 223 3515, and by Ed Sparks at phones 223-2076, 223-8540 or 223 3813, post office box 2144. The films are open to the pub- lie at per person for those not registered for the clinic for whom there is no charge. ing in the publicity for the cl'nii and it is rumored that a doo prize is in the offering. Tne spring clinic here drew blood, from 269 willing and wel come contributors, says Mrs iloane. music as studio course, and la working towards his degree. After a year of working at home he plans to attend Co- lumbia Bible Institute and then university, possibly taking a double major in music and math-science. KEEPS HAREM Male koala bears are said to keep a harem. REQUIRED NOW! DRAFTSMAN A major manufacturer of relocatable homes requires a draftsman. The candidate shoufd have experience in drafting, layout and materials in the MOBILE HOME industry. Please submit resume In full confidence and salary expected toi C. B. Thomas SAFEWAY SHELTER SYSTEMS LTD- Box 970, CLARES HOLM, Alberta. CUSTOM INSTALLATION FLOOR COVERING Free Eslimates Featuring large Selection of Famous Commercial Semt Shags Hardtwist Patterned OCTOBER SAVINGS Are Unbelievable Low prices on all carpet RENT A RUG SHAMPOO UNIT 2716 12th AVE. S. Phons: E Bui. 328-0372 Rej. 328-1854 ana Installation DON BERGMAN Oldtimers meet again FORT MACLEOD Three of the students who began school in the old fireball In 1897 met in Fort Macleod last week. The three are Mrs. Jessio (Geoghegan) Neish of Carlyle, Sask., Sirs. Elsie (Camies) Murdoch and Mrs. Athol (Wil- liams) Porch. Mrs. Neish was en route to her home after visiting her daughter in Vancouver. From here, she planned on a short visit with her sister, Mis. Flora Fairhw-st cf Coaldals. During Mrs. Neish's day here, she delivered an old pho- graph to (he Fort Museum, spent the afternoon with her school mates and had a visit with Mrs. G. Rider Davis. Mrs. Davis took her to see Christ Church, the first time she had been inside its doors for 60 years. Mrs. Neish was bom here in 1892, her father was a North West Mounted Police officer here prior to the Doer War. Mrs. Murdoch's father, Inspec- tor Camies joined the force in 1885. Mrs. Porch's father, at the time the girls started school, was warehouse man for the Hudson Bay Company. A photograph of one of the classes that attended school during their time has been lo- cated and identification of the sludcnls is urdcr way. All will be notified and we will attempt to get pi- oneer family histories of each of them. DOES NOT DTUNK Koala, the name given the Australian bear, means the an- imal which docs not drink." LAKEVSEW LIONS CLUB HALLOWE'EN CANDY DRIVE MON., TUES., WED., OCTOBER 2, 3, 4 Lake view Lions Club Members Will Conduct a DOOR-TO-DOOR CANVAS Please keep your front light on! Proceeds for Boy Scoots Other Projects Sponsored by the Lakeview Lions Club MAINTENANCE OF ST. JOHN AMBULANCE SCHOLARSHIPS-IETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE C TRANSPORTATION FOR THE C.N.I.B. SOUTHERN ALBERTA BATON ASSOCIATION TRANSPORTATION FOR THE CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE KIND SPONSORSHIP OF THE FOLLOWING: CANADIAN PROPANE GAS AND OIL LIMITED LION ANDY ARCHIBALD GERGELY'S GLASS 335 13th ST. N. LAKEVIEW TEXACO SERVICE LION CHIC MACINTOSH LIBERTY BOILERS (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. CALGARY LtTHBRIDGE TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE COUTTS HIGHWAY IETHBRIDGE ROY-AL SERVICE CENTRE ALEX MURREll ROY KITAOAWA BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 1026 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE FLEMING MOTORS LTD. LEtHBRIDGE. ALBERTA STURDIE OILS ITD. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;