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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta L: HAPPY GUIDES It was a windy day but Raymond parade organizers were mighty happy the big show wasn't rained out it looked like it might be right up to the last moment. Raymond Girl Guides and Brownies, above, smile at the crowds of people lining the three- mile parade route. Other photo shows the classy car- riage Cardston MLA Alvin Bullock used to win favor with parade-goers. The wind tore some floats up but it couldn't erase smiles from the faces of participants. The first prize for the best decor- ated flcflt went to the Taylor Stake MIA, "Beauty in MIA." County of Warner won in the commercial floats section. Dianne Keeler was tops in the decorated bicycle class. Cliff Peterson of Leihbridge took the glamor horse class. Music Test SPARWOOD (IINS) Ro- saiine Oliver passed the Royal Conservatory of Music exami- nations held at Cranbrook re- cently. Miss Oliver is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Oliver of the Elk Valley. She passed with honors. WHY HARMFUL TENSION MAKES YOU SICK Why do we get sick? Why do we die? The most reasonable explanation yet comes from Dr. Hans Sclye, director of the of Montreal's Institute of Experimental. Me- dicine and Surgery. He says, "A motor car doesn't suddenly cease running because of old age. It stops because of some failure some part that has worn out. It is the same with people. Under continuous stress either physical or mental some vital part gives away, leading to a variety of illnesses, and eventually A fea- ture article in July Header's Digest tells about different types of stress, and what can be done to minimize their ill effects. It shows how to cope with, destructive emotions, how you could sleep better, work better and even live longer. Get-your July Header's Digest todayl Kimberley Club Seeks New Park By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent KIMBEHLEY Kimberley Rod and Gun Club is sponsor- ing a drive for public petition for establishment of the To.p of the World, a plateau northeast of Fort Stcele as a wilderness park. Petition is to the minister of recreation and conservation and is being circulated in form letter for direct mailing. Its present status as reserve would be altered to Class A Park which would forbid com- mercial exploitation, reserve it from grazing permits, and for- bid motorized vehicles within its limits, including cars, pow- er boats and snow vehicles. Current northward logging in ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 Wild Horse area at the Fisher base now under way, and southward from Canal Flat base will fairly soon put this proposed wilderness area with- in three mile range of the motoring general public. Long known among sports- men elite as accessible only by some 14 miles of pack horse or foot slogging, the proposed wilderness area offers a small lake regularly stocked and yielding, and good hunting. Its location is immediately east of the western face of the Rockies at to feet altitude and it is drained by Lussier (Sheep) River north- ward, Wild Horse River south- eastward, and creeks running toward the Elk Valley. Elk River valley is under heavy development pressure at present in the burgeoning coal exploration and develop- ment surge, and is one valley eastward of the area the club seeks to establish permanently for sportsmen. SYLBERT'S SHOES SUMMER SALE CHILDREN'S SHOES By SAVAGE and FORTUNE SCHOOL AND DRESS SHOES FROM 3'! LADIES' AIR STEP SHOES Reg. to 21.00 ON SALE AT 12 .99 CA5A VERDE AND Dl MltANO DRESS PUMPS .99 3eg. to 21.98. ON SALE 12 TEENERS' FLATS Loafers Straps Charlie Brown Oxfords Reg. to 9.98. ON SALE FROM CHUNKY HEELS CRINKLES, SUEDES AND LUTHERS. Reg. to 13.98. FROM KAUFMAN FUN TREADS Reg. to 6.98 ON SALE 3.99 OOMPHIES STACKS AND FLAT Reg. to 12.98 C QQ ON SALE FROM O.JJJJ SUMMER SANDALS AND PURSES 20% OFF ALL SALES FINAL NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS SYLBERT'S SHOES 505 4th AVE. S. togging Dives CRANBROOK (Special) Nelson Forest District sawlog scale for public foresU of East and West Kootenay in June is reported at cubic leet by the B.C. Forest Service. It reflects the desperate cur- rent uncertainty of the woods industry at present, with tally down 2.7 million feet compared to June of 1969. Only one species, spruce, went over the million cubic feet mark at 1.7 million cubic feet. Sgt. McLeocl Wins Post At Cranbrook CRANBROOK (Special) East Kootenay section of the RCMP has a new NCO, Sgt. M. M. McLeod who transfers here from subdivision NCO post at Prince Hupert. He was a former member of the detachment here several years ago when a corporal. He succeeds Section NCO Sgt. W. W. Thompson who re- tired from the RCMP June 30. Cranbrook Section has 28 of- ficers. In addition the sub division has an excellent auxiliary of 20 volunteers available when re- quired, who have completed a basic course under RCMP sponsorship over a period of classes covering several weeks. INJURED SPARWOOD (HNS) -Ron Matt and Raymond Reghenas, members of the Sparwood .vol- unteer fire brigade, were slightly injured by faulty fire- works recently. Friday, July 3, 1770 THE LETH6RIDGE HERALD 3 WANT TO WRESTLE? Squabbling, wrestling, fighting and arguing are traits not limited to the human young. They are the traits of practically every species of the animal kingdom as well. These little striped rodents of the prairies, often referred to as the striped gopher, are actually 13-lined ground squirrels. Cesar Photo Issue Dividend TABER (HNS) The Credit Union Federation of Alber- ta Limited, with business of- fices in Calgary and Edmon- ton, has announced its half- yearly dividend. The dividend will be calcu- lated on members' share capi- tal at the rate of five per cent per annum, and will be issued to the credit unions sometime during July. Normally, the federation has paid annually a five per cent dividend. In other business, the fed- eration recently initiated a money order system available to credit unions throughout the province. Plans Appeal TABER (HNS) An appli- cation for a development per- m i t by Parker Leasing and Rentals Ltd. to build two four- plex residential units on 50th Ave. west of 47th St. was re- fused by the Taber municipal planning commission. On a two-to-one vote, the commission turned down the application after hearing a sin- gle objection to, the develop- ment by Henry Baumstark Gravelling Bids Studied NATAL, B.C. (HNS) At an SPCA meeting held recently it was stated Sparwood dog li- cense fees were low in com- parison to what most munici- palities charge. Two bids were received for the gravelling of roads in the new subdivision of Sparwood, one from Tri-Way Construction for and one from Koo- tenay Paving Ltd., for The bids were referred to the engineers. Council approved the plan- ning commission's request for more land for industry. Kaiser Resources and Crow's Nest In- dustries will be approached in order to obtain more land. Council received a letter from CiLIIC stating Dawson Development agreed to change the exterior t'esign of 100 homes to be built. Physiotherapy Room Progresses BLAffiMORE (CNP Bureau) The board of the Crowsnest Pass Municipal Hospital was informed recently that work on the physiotherapy room is about 80 per cent completed. Tile director of nursing ad- Hacke Phoio NO JOBS IN ALASKA The State of Alaska has set up an office at the Coutts port of entry to tell people there are no jcbs in Alaska. It is one of six offices set up along the international boundary line. Large numbers of Americans are selling their belongings and moving to Alaska only to find there are no jobs in the northern state. Thirteen per cent of Alaskans are unemployed. APPLIANCE CLOSE-OUT-SALE! ALMOST NEW TAPPAN AUTOMATIC RANGE CLOCK Timed outlet Four burners Window Oven. Regular SELL-OUT PRICE ADMIRAL 17 CU. FT. NO FROST TWO DOOR REFRIGERATOR Regular SELL-OUT PRICE GENERAL ELECTRIC LIKE NEW REFRIGERATOR Very Quiet, SEtl-OUT.................... BUT A FEW OF MANY BARGAINS '429 BERT (-MAC'S STEREO AND COLOR TV 315 7th Street South Phone 327-3232 "SERVING SOUTH AtBERTA FOR OVER 31 YEARS" vised nursing aides would be hired for part-time work dur- ing the summer. Approval was given for the purchase of an -electro-cardio- graph machine and a tractor- type lawn mower. It was disclosed last year's operating deficit of approxi- mately was paid by the department of health. The Dr. Emil Aiello Me- morial Fund now stands at 109. Petition Delayed COALDALE (HNS) Town officials Say there will be a slight delay in sending the peti- tion for water and sewer ex- tensions to the northside resi- dents. Council says every effort Is being made to reduce the esti- mated costs to extend the water and sewer sendees to the i.orthside residents. It is .necessarj to have .at least 50 per cent of the homeowners on the north side favoring the services. who is building at 4631 50th Ave. Mr. Parker has indicated that he will appeal the ruling. Town council earlier ap- proved the sale by lease agree- ment the lots on which the multiple dwellings were to be located. Aids Sporfplex COALDALE (HNS) The Grade 5 class at John David- son School recently donated 513 TOP CITIZENS Pat Oshiro recently received a citizenship award from the Kate Andrews High School in Coaldalc. Also named s "citizen of Hie year" was Ken Slcmko. Tlicy won fer their contributions to the school and community. to the Coaldale Sportplex Fund. It was the profit realized from the formation of the "VB Drink Company." Mrs. Les Santa had her class set up a "corporation." Shares were purchased by the stu- dents. A company was formed with necessary legal steps within tie school establish- ment. The "corpor a t i o n" pur- chased the goods they would need to sell Kool-Aid Drinks.' Visit Waferfon NATAL, B.C. (HNS') Fifty- three members of the Atone- ment Club and Altar Boys of St. Michael's Parish recently went by bus to Waterton Lakes where they enjoyed swimming, bicycle riding and buying venirs. Six adults, headed by Sister Bernard of the Natal Sisters of the Atonement, Miss Gina De- Anna, Mrs. Theresa Berdusco, Mrs. Leno Tedesco, Mrs. Polly DeLuca and Mrs. Lucille Ry- bachuk, reported the group had been well behaved throughout the entire one-day outing. 1 JEWELRY If repair ALL RING REPAIRS BABY SHOES BRONZED PEARLS RESTRUNG ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY McForland Bid. Ph. 327-35J5 For Summer Fun MAVERICK 89-00 Down 589-00 Per Month The Firsf Car of The 70s at 69 Prices.