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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tucldoy, Auguit 25, 1972 THE LETKBRIDCE HERALD 3 Returning office opens in Koolenay CHANBROOK (Spediil) Kootcnay returning office for the Aug. 30 provincial election has heen opened at 103A Seven- th Avenue, with Mrs. June Kinarson officer and Mrs. Lor- raine Miles election clerk. Nominations havo closed with four candidates, Harry IS. (Mud) Caldwcll, Literal, U T. Nlmsick, NDP KonaH Powell, PC and David Reeves, Social Credit Voting hours will he 9 a.m. Flower show sets record MILK R1VETI (HNS) The Sleepy Hollow Horticultural ciety held its annual flower show recently with a large anc' colorful display set up in tin skating rink, There were over a recon 270 entries in the various class cs, indicating the growth i popularity of this annual evenl .Judging was handled h William Archibald, Ken Me Gregor and Jack Downs, all o lyCthbridge, who were highlj impressed by the large numhe of entries and calibre ot th arrangements. o 9 p.m. local time (MDS) to onfonn with the rest of the rovincc's H a.m. to 8 p.m DT. Advance polls for those who robably will bo outside the >rovincc election day will he pen Aug. 21, 25 and 2G from to 9 p.m. local time at Cran jrook, (returning For lie (Central Kimberiey and Spar rood, municipal district office There will also te election day absentee vole, and a po) at hospitals in addition to ih 73 polls, with multiple sla lions in the urban areas. Koolcnay, along with th olher three Rocky Mounlaii Trench constituencies includin Peace River, will have an o tra plebiscite ballot concernin its preference for time zones Mountain or Pacific includin daylight saving for both. This follows pressure hy R gional district of East Kool nay board and Cranbronk ci council toward provincial rulin on which should be observe by these four constituencies. Voters' list for Koolenay co fains names of eligib to ballot, compared with for Ihe most recenl provinci election three years ago. COUNTRY NEWS These Are TheLctiibtidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHALA P.O. 287 lOMOND MRS LEONARD CHASE General Delivery CARDSTOH MRS. CATHERINE HUIL.........General Delivery COWLEY CLARENCE WEEKES P.O. Box 7 STAVELY MRS. VIOLET ClANCY Box 52 Contact Ihese people for your District News or Classified Advertising County official retires HAYMOND (UN'S) Unnncl illolladay has liail a tlcsc asso- ciation with the people of Ray- mond since Jt was at that (imo lie came to tlio town us secretary treasurer of Sugar City Mr. ilolladay recently retired from the position of secretary- treasurer of the County of War- ner, a position he has held since 1958. When the department of mu- nicipal affairs or Ihe govern- ment ot Alterta .set up the lirsl ounties, the area covering the Sugar City Municipality one f the choices. The first municipal office for he area was located in tiie ori- ginal office of the Knight Sugar Company. The secretary treasurer was 0. H. For many years Mr. Snow filled OLDEST FAMILY MEMBERS Mrs. Ethel Smilh, 86, left, and Mrs. Mabel 88, bolh of Corditon, were tho only second generation members present at o family re- union of Iho John Lye Gibb family at Wool ford Park. About 100 members of the Gibb family attended. Mrs. Florence (Merrill) Nielson was named president of the family organizalion. 'nate site sou for elementary school Bad luck twice STIRLING (IKS) Misfor tune recently plagued And; Kupecz, president of the Stir! ing Lions' Club. While on hob day he lost a bill. When h and his family arrived horn Ihey found it was ransacke and damaged by vandals. 10 position of town and muni- pal secretary-treasurer. Dur- ng those years all business pcs carried on from Ihe lown all. When he retired the first lunicipal office was set up. Soon after Mr. Holladay camo o fill the post vacated by Mr. inow's retirement, a new office built, ft was not long until he county of Warner office was moved to Warner. The newly appointed secre- ary-treasurer, J. K. Duncan, moved to his present position from the office staff. Mr. Holladay and his wife rene, own their own home which they built in Warner. The Holladay children have all left home. While the home may a little large for two pccple both Mr. and Mrs. Holladay will continue to live in it and a part of tho community of Warner. DANN'EL HOLLADAY Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCUIATION JOB PRINTING Vornon Decoux, Reiident Rep., Blairmote Phone 562-2149 NATAL (HNS) Four mem- bers of the Elk Valley Land Protective Association attended the recenl school board meet- ing of School district No. 1 (Forme) (o support a petition submillcd in opposition to the location of the new elementary school in Ihe lower Elk Valley. The :i33-rmme petition asks that "further consideration be given'1 by the board to the site adjacent to Spaniel Trailer Court. A spokesman lold Ihe board thai 100 per cent of the homes approached for signa- tures were in favor of request- ing (he board to seek an alter- nate site for the school. The petitioners went lo all but Ihrco between Ihe [racks and Bu-.alo's. on Ihe lower and up- per roads. They said they did not go into Spardel Trailer Court. Main objection to the school site by the EVLPA is the win tor weather condition peculiar ID the area. One delegate said that she "can't see little ele- mentary children going t school in thai area." Two other objections wer cited by Ihe Elk Valley resi- dents. One compared the loca- ion lo that of the Michel-Natal Elementary School that was :losed due lo the coal dust jroblems created by being so 'lose to the mining sites. As one mentioned lhat Kaiser Resources is constructing a sludge pond that he estimates vill be 500 yards from the school. The delegation summed up Foremost plans school banquet FOREMOST (Special) Foremost High School will hold its graduation exercises in the Foremost School audilorium on Friday night August 25 at 8 p.m. The graduation banquet wi! take place at C p.m. in the Foremost Community Hall. The banquet and exercises will be followed by a dance from 1efore Christmas, he did not .hink of the weather as a prob- em. Meanwhile at an Augusl meeting of the District of Spar- wood council, that body decided to repeat Us offer to the school board for Iwo alternate sites for a school, one at Wilson Creek and one on Pine Avenue in Sparwood itself. Municipal clerk Loretta Mon- lemurro said lhat contrary to reports emanating from the school board to the effect tha Spanvood would not provide land for a school, the counci had on Iwo occasions written the board offering land. K) invented the Sfctiewdriver? The Vodka that leaves you breathless. CUTEX LIPSTICK CENTRE VILLAGE PHONE 328-8442 Hay fever? 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