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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mcndoy, April 10, 1972 7IIT inHCRTDCt IIERAID 3 LUTHER PHAY OF FOREMOST p of District News Reach imprisse Ginnd Ki.vslc news meilii) and i'ity hull fiver resolutions in council meetings in coimnitlc-c has rciTclitd ;m '1'liu impnsse luis b e c- n created by ;m invitation by council (u tncci'ii- UUivcs dT Hit: mc-clki but only in crmiiniftc'c. The media rejected Lhis. bid honor Luther, Lit Phay By GKOFF TAGG Special Correspondent KOUKMOST For Lullier and Phay of Foremost, their recent Uoltiini Wedding anniversary will live in their memories Cor the rest of their lives. About HM friends ami rela- tives aUcnrlc'I an open house at Foremost Community Hall to iniirk tlio occasion. They came from as far away ns Edmonton, Montana, Van- couver, and Saskatoon to pay tribute to a couple who have lived in the area lor close lo years. Mr. Phay was horn In 1397 near Sykston, N. Dak., in a covered wagon. His parents foreman on were en route from In depend-! farm south The family came to Winnipeg area in 1306, and moved to Al- berta in 1914, where she at- tended school at Altorado ami Foremost. She has one younger brother living in Calgary. Her eldest brother was killed i rUn-iiiK Hie First World War11'11 and a second brother died at Vancouver a few years ago, On April 1, 19Z2, Hicy were married in St. Augustine's An lebralion was a skit staged Alyce nutterwick. Luclla porlraycd Lulhor in liis rly ycnrs brunR courtod by his many beautiful girl friends plnycd by George IluUerwick, Ted Lyncs, Art Strain, Kern- liold Knrl, Wayne Street elilen. limvcver, I.ulhcr! Hirw none of these, hut fell for I Mir: ''harming Hill Buttenvick ;js The hilarious was uujrh appreciated. (cleprams to TABKH (UN'S) Larl ;iru] Crane; Construction Co. of Leth hi irjfto! innrJcvcd Ihe lowest, hi'l for mWilion lo the north cud of St. I'atricLV clcmc-iil.nry rc-hool here, ficcorrlinG lo thr- Tjihpr separate bonrd chiiir- riian Joe Chomaiiy. Tim finn, priic is and the lowesl n[ .seven, will be recommended to Ihc supervisor of school bu 1 hifrs, Ktlmoutun for approval The bids, all from firms, ran as hijjh as S131.30Q. Added to Ihe liarl and Crane bid will be for modifie; lion lo the natural gas line made necessary by the addition and not included in the tender. Construction of the addition room, li ancillary pointed mil, E'cr- nic lo (k'ipulinn in llm .vii- Cancer films COALDAU-: (HNS i Twu films dealing cancer will he shown nl the next in eel ing of tin- Coaldalc Com muni! y IJo.spilal Women's Auxiliary to be field li p.m. Monday, April ]U, in the hospital boardrriom. Ian McFadxcn of (he can- cer clinic, Lethbridgc, v.ill tend. The meeling is open lo all in the area. realized t'OLKMAN 'CNP A tea at Ihc home of Mr'.1-. Yin- let recently, in air] of Ihc Coleman Catholic VYom- Hir ff> drvcl- do Mr- lifjlid Telsnk win- ner 'if the bukecl by Sophie Lcpncck. The donated by Mrs. Ann Vasek was won by Mrs. CtHa Poulton. slum b KDEK nf the floor Mrs. (Jraharn AtVin- SOJi Sopliii! tea also featured a hake sale. for the cvi-nt were Mrs. Mary Rcjrnan ;ind Mis. Violet Witvrccan. Baseball meeting J'lXCllKK 'lliere v. ill he a meeting uf tlic Pinch- Creek baseball Association April U. at K p.m. in tfic arena. A nc-.v conbiilulion uil! be discussed so anyone i'. uryecJ lo attend. Including science brary, classroom, room and washrooms, is to be completed Aug. 25. Share costs Legal c f by for skelcli I r e o u a 1 assessor R. I I'ruden will be shared by the SPArUVOOD 'IIN.Si hroup Sl'AlUVUOh UINSi Can- -n'in's poslmristcr general has I'Cf'ii st.skpr] to arrange the is- sue ol a stiimi) cum mi1 rn- oraling discovery in of tiie Cro'.v'.s Nest by .Michael IJlreclurs cf tin1 RIMCK pnrled Ihis renuest, winch I came first, from T. W. Turner or Scatllc, in, nvid sla.rtp col- Tvol7uk Icrlor who is keenly intcrcsl- cllc in hast Kootcnay history. ._______________ fun G. Turner, his brother. I inls out that Mr. I'lFlST C.Mll.K s Hie first ni.'Ml In Ihc1 Rockies a! Ihc Crow's iin'l FilMl ;i route.1 F other Irjulfrs nnrl sctlleis. Win budges NATAI. fUNSi wci'c lo members of Ihn SparuoosI Brownie 2nd Pack. Recipients .Myrna Tiinnison, Paron, .Shelly Taylor and lirenda Chalmers. Owl is Mrs. Paulino Cibulka; Tawncy Owls Miss "Hie first succes-stiil lanlic cnblc linkrd N'o-uTouiul- hind will; Europe in twn-cloy honeymoon Uio newly- weds returned (rom on the train wilh only 10 cents left between them. Mr. Phay working as the large Baker of Nemise a m encc, Lo iMonlana. Tills unusual lo life seem- ed to give him a sense of acl- vcnlurc. Later he farmed for himsell in Ihc Nemiscam area, working hard in order to educate their four daughters. Wynne and At Ihc aqc of 1.1 he stowed Irene arc both teachers In tiie away in a hay wagon and came County o[ Forty Mile. Audrey to Canada with his two older is a stenographer with a lead- Prime Minister Trudcau. I'll (It and Airs. iricr 1'cter Loughccd, Prnden has nor General Roland Fernie and IMc er, Lienlenanl-Govcrnor ami the Regional ?50 SC (he Venerable East Kootcnay with deacon (noiv of dismissal and bus asked pary> and Mayor financial Karl and the Foremost of his dismissal, roiir after be was hired tec Mrs. Fay llruhon of RDEK to work for the a brUo hridge, attended tha dismissal, tiie RDEK IVINvS SCHOl-iAHSIlIP IMrazck, ID, of Mr. c Mrazck of IAS ivon h c: nl A and scholarship ot the Alherla Institute nf Calgary. He will soon after a hvo- in chpmical clinoloto'. He or Mian por crnl despite a six-week Honored CucsL Hanqiiel honors STIRUM; MIXS> .MIT 1 i islinn Konn'ril ,'m'J Ucri Qiion given a trihulc of for hc-inr, Ihc inosl eld- rrly wnnian and pcnllcmnn at- lending Ihe Honored Guest Ban riucL here rccciilly. J'rcscnlalion was also made lo Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Chris- tensen, the longest married. Mr. Christensen pave a (rilucte to tiie women and .Airs. I Myrtle Chrislcnscn responded, i "Pioneer Days 1H72" was Ihel Uiemc with and Mrs. Neil; Webster chairmen of Ihe com- i iniUees. i Arledgc II 111 of Raymond, 1 was master of ceremony for the proyrjini, were 'iMdmr-rs frnm various rominnnifter at one time called Ktirlinp Ilieir home. TOP Mi-ss >olr'l as cili- nf ilif at Mir [inlc'l IICT rffnrls li rabr fiinfls for in.inv M ji liln Ihfl TOWN of CARD5TON GARBAGE COLLECTION BIDS The Town of Cords Ion will oca; pi bids for I ho purchase of the Garbage- equipment, and for the collection of the Town's garbage. Bids to be in the handi of H'C Municipal Secre- tary, K. D. Bevans by Ihe IBlli day of April, 1977. hrolhors. Ifis (wo sis- ters ;nul another brother fol- lowed [filer. They homesteailcd r-ontli of Canadian airline in Van- couver, and Marie is a sleno- pTiphcr Hi the University of Saskatchewan Kaskaloon cam- Nemiscam in tiie Altorado dis- 1 pus. trict. When the family later re- i Tiie Pimys continued to farm turned to the U.S. he remained i until when they moved Lo I'oi'cmosl Both enjoy quod health and enjoy viHafic life. and henamc a naturalized nadiuiK JIc Jias Iv.n hrollipr.s and one sistcr .slill living. Mrs. I'hay born In land in the only daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Dick Baldwin. They have five dren, Bob and Ciayle Houllon of Saskatoon, and Cam, Rosy and Kim Walhnan in Foremost. A. hiphliftht of the open house 10 businesses have no licences TABER flfNSl Ten Tabor husinesscs in arrears in re- spect to payment of hnsi-j licences, arc rcccivhifi (i-1 na I ncitif ica I i on 01 a ccounl prior to enforcement of the li- censing bylaw by the lown. Council reviewed Ihe list of delinquent accounts recently with chief ronslahle Gordon H. Hacking. Mr. Hacking reported (hat among (he rensons given for non-payment verc the idea that the account was paid, the opinion that laxes are too antl one of non-inlention to pny. Town secretary treasurer j T, M. Aulon told the council i that under tiie hylnv.', il is nn-! lawful fnr a to ale wilhoul n currcnl license, iiidicFiliiiK lhal nil 1972 noi-s liccncrs slinulr] hnvc hern oljlmncd early iri .fanufiry. Consideration Mas pivcn lo cnm'iininc the li- cense v.Tith the business tax now collected along with prop- erty taxes, but this was found inadvisable. In other business, council ap- proved the subdivision into building lots of the acre lot fac- ing south on 62nd east of SOlh fit., the provision tliat land lie reserved for a 60 fool street where the 20 loot alley now exisl-s, for use when the balance of the large block is re- plotted. Council also aulhorizcd ac- tion toward the procurement hy long term renewable lease from the Department of Lands and Forests, of the north half of Section 13-10-17-4 north of llic McLean Bridge at the Pro- vincial park, for location of a rmmicipnl airport. Correspondence f r o m Ihn mini si ry of transport advised of the Miil.ihilily of the loca- j lion, recommending I hat thr land lin procured, a require- ment for making furllicr iin- proach lo (he ministry for fi- nancial assistance for the pro- jecl. Del Bonita .sportsmen ijag sliiiiy silverware DKl. HO.N'ITA II1NS1 Thcr I'hoasant hunlcr G. Powlos- Dcl nonila V.'ildlifc Chili re- laiul won the. John Kosfccwich cciHIy iiroscnlcd llm Cd New-! (rnphy. Ion Family Iropliy for (ho 1'esl TliK Bill Sccrctan (rophy for pike In INIImrr. i licsl nniolppc wrnl lo KvcrcM. (i. Ihn Morion. Second licsl nnlnlopc Hny Dallon Family Irnphy for (nkcn by G. Koskowirh Ihn second licsl pike. i which Rave liim Ihc Sccrolan TlT and li. (I. I'mvlcs Fnnn Supply trophy. I ho her! goose Tha Del nonila (iencral .lini Sloi-c tropliy for dig Rarae wont Ui J''verc'tt Morion. He won thc- Imsl II. I.. Irophy for one year. I The Bob Manzke Trucking Gnrago Irophy trophy for second besl big v.cnt lo David score went lo Del JIc- Aiilcy. C'onsolalion draw vas by (Ira .SommcTfeldl for. Tui n oul. poor rhic lo fur Lest Nc-Mton. K. ITilli h 1972 PINTO 2-DOOR. 1600 cc engine, .1 spccrt hnns., tauckc many other Ford Seller Ideas. AS IOW AS 1972 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE 1972 GALAXIE 500 9 PASSENGER COUNTRY SEDAN STATION WAGON Specie! cclnr- 1972 MAVERICK 4-DOOR SEDAN 1972 TORINO 2-DOOR HARDTOC THESE A-l USED CARS ALSO ON SALE! 1Q69 ford Counlrv Squire 6 Pnsienycr Wtiyon (-T-'tppH. V.1, ouM P.S., f1 F rnflio r--r rccK 1968 COMET SPORTS ROOF HARDTOP rylindtr r 1966 METEOR MONTCALM SEDAN 1970 MAVERICK ft t '.V. lire', iod'0 J199S RotJ. NOW ONLY SPRING IS WAGON TIMEI Check HICIG lino niodcli 1970 FORD LTD BROUGHAM 4-DR. HARDTOP TRUCKS! TRUCKS! TRUCKS! lir, fully c 1971 FORD RANGER XLT. VB, o 9.000 miles. 1967 Chev. VB. cuio., PS.. PD. 1971 FORD F100. 360. i ipcrd. -no mrlei opnrotinio'c'y. V3, fully equipped nil fond, ond slerco lope. 196'j rnirlcin; .'.OO V5 3 -i Top Trade-In Allowances No Payments Until May! OPEN HOURS: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Corner M.M Drive and 16th Ave. S Phone 328-8861 ;