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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 7HE HERALD 3 I More mobile home lols required at Sparwoood Foremost graduation exercises held Students prepare for new Hie NATAL (HNS) AL the reg- ular mccling ot the District, ol Spanvood council it was learn- ed that there is a considerable demand for additional mobile liome lots in tlie Luwiisliip of Sparwoorl. Accordingly council decided lo make the necessary preparations to proceed with the installation of services to 10 more mobile home lots acl- c'jpied on the north side of Pine IK! Shannon, a Avenue. Cunningham firm which has been installing services for Sparwood lols, is cuiTenlly working in the area The additional 10 mobile lots would have to be surveyed be- fore the services could be in- tailed. Final reading and adoption wore piven lo bylaw number jaccnt lo those already oc-17C which authorizes temporary Police constable sought by village NATAL (IINS) At the reg- ular meeLLng of the council of (lie Village of Elkford recently, Alderman Karl Maarkman re- ported Lhal he had held a dis- cussion wilh Ihe RCMP in Spar- wood requesling Lhal a police conslable be located in the new village. Corporal Harvey Woolf indicaled to Mr. Maarkman that he would send the request on through his headquarters. Mayor Horace M. Keys re- porled interest in Lhe commer- cial development of Elkford. Both Imperial Oil and Texaco arc going to submit proposals to council for Lhe development of a service station in the new village. Mayor Keys also an- nounced that a meeting was scheduled between council and Deles Developers Limited of Calgary to discuss the possible development of a shopping cen- tre for eikford. Fire chief, Bill Mm, repre- senting the Elklorrl fire brig- ade, proposed to comic: the purchase of a new fire truck T-D bank profit climbs TORONTO (CP) Toronto Dominion Bank reports balance of profit of or 51.02 a share for Ihe nine monlhs lo July 31, up from or a.'! cents a sliare for (he corre- sponding period year ago. Both revenue and expenses were lower during the period, wilh expenses dropping mil- lion and revenue million, Ihe bank said in a report (o share- holders. The bank said in a re- port lo shareholders LhaL lower interest rates were responsible for the drops. President Allen Lambert suid the bank's vchune of business "continues to expand and this is reflected not only in ils asset figures, bill also in its earn- ings.71 Assets at July billion, up months. a letler she had instruction from and related equipment for the community. He presented quotes for the project and rec- ommended the purchase of a Silver-line Lruck, The (ruck anrl related equipment will cost about 517.0CO. Council decided lo recommend that Cominco pur- chase the equipment requested by Ihe fire brigade. .Municipal clerk, Grace Mal- narich read prepared on council which will be distri- huled lo each resident of Elk- ford announcing a conlesl for Ihe naming of streets. Through such a contest, council felt all residents could participate in this important task. Thc Municipal clerk also pre- sented o selection of building and plumbing bylaws used by communities in the Kootenays and asked Ihe council lo give firsl readijig by lille lo such by- laws for the Village. Copies ot the seleeted bylaws are to be circulated to members of coun- cil for consideration at a future meeting. Final reading and adoption was given bylaw 2 authorizing council U> undertake a contract wilh Columbia Natural Gas for gas service in EUdord. Final reading and adoption was also given to bylaw 3 which will in- clude the Village of Elkford in the East Kootenay Union Board of Health. Idciilify vicliiu SIBBALD (CP) Ralph borrowing lo lin.mci! Hie sewer extension anrl (he municipal complex euiTcnlly under con- struction in Sparwood. On the I'ccnniincndaliou of Ihe advisory planning board, council approved plans for 11 new residential buildings in .Sparwood. The advisory plan- ning board also inquired about Ihe progress of a playground nromised lo the community by T .'-I I Keith Tyc. 19, of New Bridgen, was identified by RCJIP as the person killed in a single- vehicle accident. Three others were injured. RCMP had no further details except the accident occurred on a rural road near Ihe AJ- bcrla-Saskalchewan border. Council decided to write a Id- ler lo Daw.son to enquire about Ihe promised playground. Subsequently the playground equipment from the Kinsmen playground in Natal has beer, removed and is being slorcd unlil playground sites are fi- ralized. Lot M4 in the area of Lhe row housing is being con- sidered as is lot 0 in Ihe vet- eran lots area. AL the request, of Orvillr j Challterson te purchase a box and lioisl located at the punip- housc, council decided lo adver- tize the sale of Ihese items. Alderman Reg Taylor report- ed Lo council Lhe hospital board is attempting to meet wilh the Regimal District of East Koolcnay Lo presenl a joinl prcsenlaiinn to the BCHIS in regard lo the need of a hos- pital in the dislricl. A lellcr from Dr. Hopper of Ihe East Kootenay Health Unit advised lhat Mr. Nilsson of Creston has taken over fliiori- dation lesling in the region and that he will be visiting council in the near fulure to set up a program for testing of fluoride in ypanvood water. Because the system for adding fluoride lo Ibc water in Sparwood is out of order council inslrueted the foreman to investigate the sys- tem aijd put it in order prior to the testing program of Mr. Nilsson. A letter was received from Lhe Department of Municipal Affairs advising thai a valua- tion day will be announced upon which will be based Ihe increments of value table un- der capital gains tax regula- tions. All councils were asked lo examine the land inventory under Iheir jurisdictions for 7-oning for bcsl use and value, for agriculture use zones, for restridive zoning and for (be advisability of restraint of re- slriclion zoning unlil after the valuation day. (Winnipeg ballet ans lour To Salt Lake TYRRELL'S LAKE (IKS) Greg Peterson, son of Mr. anrl Mrs. Milton Peterson, has left for Sail Lake City where he has j entered the LDS Mission Home, i July :il were j prior (o leaving lo fulfil a two- million in 121 year mission in Easle, Califor- These Are Jlie letWnidge COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR................. General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. A'.ARY TURNBULL Genernl Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gen. Del. RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOIF Gen. TURIN Mrs. Pnulin Juhar................ Phone Conlacl Ihese people for your District Newi or Classified Advertising WINNIPEG fCP) -The Royal Winnipeg Hallcl has an- nounced plans for a I2-wpek lour of Auslralia and Zea- land in early 1972. A spokesman fur (he ballet said it would be the first major lour of (he two countries by a Canadian theatrical company. The company rccenliv signed a contract wilh an Australian booking agent and is sched- uled to begin ils Pacific lour Jan. :51, visiting major cities including Melbourne, and Sydney. Brisbane fll Sf'f I'll II I''ORES10ST (Special) Conlimiijifi 111? llirine, in (winlcd out mini' Junior l ng students to leave the school grounds or to remain tried with the results Hcningcr sing the (lienie "We've Only Just Begun" and to listen Lo a the occasional refresh- i SJromsmue. and Ihe cer-ingly different, touch to the pro- j ''f'cf' s ceediiifs as he Sciicl whst lie jji nn. IJTH (In An" Jajii'j.s venling that the, majority remained al school lo valedictory message from fellow graduate Carolyn and felt, and noL necessarily what expect Ann Garbsr. School hoard officials are remarked thai such ilfKinne Kdilli Ilcninpcr, xious lo get Lhe reaction of guest fulfilled a 'B 1 Leo Hcninp.or fin Abiicn- ents so that a decision can Dr. R. E. Rees. for some segments of 1SJJ (Sei P. George llfjilijic. reached as to what Minister of and as such Peter II ci Arlrnn will he followed this puid tribute to the value, but clearly felL Hougcn, Jviv. hi shown by the graduating occasion ''was Loo stuffy" for Iiis liking. lie .showed a Shirley Ann .John.son f in Taiier Ihe evening. Dr. Recs outlined Ihe services to break up any tendency to become too Marilyn Rorn.'Klc'iiL Jv'jjiimilt, Karrn .lo.-inno Ijcnt, the government for in any wav Norman Mmio delayed one eduealion, and pointed mil Ibal Lhe province had a the dignity of the 'UN'S WilinuL Mcihci-aJ. Philip Vot'lin Xt'wton, Ditrrc 1 TABER (HNS) Meetings of tu'o local administrative bodies whose regular meetings fall on the first Monday of each monlh. will meet in September on Tuesday, the 7 because of the Labor Day holiday, meeting on the Tuesday will be the Taber town council and the Taber School Division's board of trustees. II svill be the last council meeting prior to civic nominations on Wednesday, Sept. for sti'denls lhat was probably wilbouL equal anywhere else in the world He told the graduates that in 1035, about 34 per cent of the slu-denls who began grade went on lo graduate eventually in grade 12, but in 1971, the figvrc would be around 90 per cent. "A good school is made up of many Dr. Hees told his audience, and went on to outline the important roles played by students willing to learn, parents with a high invocation was given by Rev. Leslie Sniil.h of Foremost United Clnirch, and the nddress of welcome by vice-principal Derek McNancy, who urged young and old to put aside their differences for Lhe evening on such mailers as dress and long hair and be united in their honor of the graduates. Mayor Reinhold Karl congratulated the graduates on behalf of the Village of Foremost, and remarked on how the Order of Eagles, recently staged ils Eagles annual fish derby and a good turnout of over 20 members anrl visitors journeyed up the Elk Valley some 10 miles north of Nalal to Ihe usual meeling place at Andy fiilly's Ranch, an oldlimo member, to enlej- and compelc in the lisb derby. With line weather prevailing throughout Ihe day ot the fish derby a record ralr.li of Carolyn Ricliarcl Dciln Scv.'arr .AlyJo Grant Stromsmoo. QnUli-ia Jean Thompson. Craitr Alexander Tricbcr. Allen John Van-dcnhcrp, Luclla Ann Vrwller, Jolin Andrew and Mary Wolosiuk. inquest into death aspiration, good leachers, in numbers each year, brought board sensitive lo the rjHtililv of heaviest fish. :i hull Open House TiUHSLL'S LAKE (HNS) An open house was held in the Warner LDS Hall recently and desires of the community, the teachers and Ihe students, and the community itself, providing a stimulating environment for the in Foremost. Gcwald Ziclkc, representative of Lhe village on the school board, brought greetings and Iwo p o n n rl s. 15 ounces, was taught and recorded by member Ale.x Sinctar. He won the Jock Mitchell oner Dr. C. J. VY. Dirk has ruled lhat no inquest will be held regarding the dealh bore of George 'to-vear- oring Mr. and Mr. Dee Hees expressed Ihe was put up and nonalcd for annual compelilion migrant beet worker from (nee Jean Hamling) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard that Ihe most important thing was that people only by the aerie's veleran srcrelary. John Mr. Whilchead seen in ling. They were married in Pleasant Grove, Utah. The bridegroom is Hie son of Mrs. Marion Jensc of Pleasant to learn. In an age where knowledge doubles every 10 years, ho felt this more important than Hie mere acquisition of knowledge itself. School principal Yosh Kaba-yama recalled the past year as one in which there had been many achievements in the fields of alhlelics. music, academic awards and a school exchange. He told the graduates to formulate the largest and highest sphere that they could attain and to bear in mind scheduled NATAL (HNS) The hoard of directors of the Regional District of East Kootenay will organize a public forum sometime in the fall in order to bear views of the public about what they want of their water resources. Board members have shown particular concern about L-nst year's fi.sh derby wmner was John Romanccwicz of Colemnn. TJie honor winning the aerie's fish derby trophy lo a visling fishcrnnn the first time K'rnf lo Alr'X M'Jio recorded a ctilthronl troul caught weighing one pound, six ounces. Plans are under way to hold a second fish derby of the year at (he same meeting place during the first part ot irrigation dilch near Highway 3 at tlie sugar factory intersection bv an early-morning Irucker, and HCMP were called in lo investigate. The drouncd man was onr "f a parly of six whn. lale the previous evening, bad left their slallcd car furlher ca.st on Llie Jiiginvay. Following review of a report of autopsy, Dr. Dick said ihai the dealh was accidental and no foul play is indicated. Edmonton wedding MONARCH (IKS) Hev. and Mrs. J. Moerman and family motored to Edmonlon where Mr. Moerman will officiate Ihe marriage of Ills son, Jack, to Grace. Kaptcrn of Edmonton. In the absence of Rev Moerman. Rev. Harold De Jong have only begun. He urged them lo remember thai no one has Ihe right to prescribe for anyone else the water resources, but the field is a complicated one, with jurisdictions overlapping with provincial government Crowsnest Pass Grand Rapids. Michigan, of that sphere, but The board hopes CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING pied the pulpit at the morning service Sunday at the must go out and make their own individual lives in a clearer idea of priorities following Ihe hearing Dccoux, Resident Phone 562-2149 Reformed Seagram Kinci Arthur Mousing loans win approval I OTTAWA (CD The ;ip- I of ]oans lotaljing fnr [lit; construction ot :U dwoll- in Ilio Prairie provinces nnnnuiieod hy Onlial Mortgage and Housing Corp. In Albcrla. fix Ihrce-berlroom houses will lie Ijnilt in Calgary, i mid ciplil semi-del relied units j be built in Medicine Hat. ANMVOSAKY (HNS) Mr. nnd Mrs. Gerril re- cently celebrated (heir -10l.il rumiviTSHry will] rcln- I lives and friends gathering al llieir home to honor them on I his occasion. YWCA AND PARKS A RECREATION DEPT. COMMENCE SEPTEMBER 28th Registration at Civic Centre nnd Tuesday, September 13 and 14 lo p.m. WATCH FOR FURTHER INFORMATION GOOD TIME GIN Unusually light, heroically dry. That's the clean, fresh taste of King Arthur, the easy-mixing gin that belongs at all your good times, Who makes a gin so good Seagram, who else? JOSEPH E SEAGRAM S SONS. LIMITED VVAlt.UlOO ON1AHIO CANADA Enjoy it in your castle tonight ;