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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 6, 1V70 THE LE1HBRIDGE HERALD 3 Fair Data Ready TABER (HNS) Progran for the lOlli annual Taber an District Community Fair ar now available and may be pick ed up at the offices of the dis trict agriculturist or the Tow of Tabei' in the Administrate or at either Tabe drugstores. The tench show being held ir the new community centre skaf ing rink Saturday Aug. 15 wi. open at 2 p.m. and home beau tification awards will be pre sented at 7 p.m. Entries will be received from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday evening along with entry fees set .at 1 cents per item. Sections include flower's, etables and fruits, home cook ing and handicrafts. Chiefs Study Economic Expansion By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRANBROOK East Koo tenay officials recently com pleted an intensive four-da) course presented by Canada' department of regional econ omic expansion. Enrolled for lectures were community leaders in distric centres where application o the incentives act toward in dustrial development is enter ing its second year. LEADERS Course leadeis were Norm Blake, Victoria, trade and in dustry development officer: Nourse, former industria' director for the City of Kelowna; John Dawson, B.C Hydro industrial economist and Jerry Ross, Industrial De- velopment Bank manager of Vancouver. Regional economic expan- sion staff member John Ed- wards of Ottawa was chair- man. Course evaluator for the training session as it applies to East Koolenay was Dave Mc- Eacbran, Ottawa director. Growth community repre- sentatives attending the full session were Bruce A. McDon- ald, Cranbrook industrial di- rector; Mayor Walter Zazulak of Golden, its region director; Don Rosling, Nelson industria' development commission in- dustrial manager'; John Stang- er, Nelson industrial commis- sioner; Kimberley alderman Hay McNiven, industrial com- mission director; Chris Mad- son, Radium regional director; Fernie Mayor Reno Lenardon, regional director; Spar wood alderman Siro Cimolini, re- gional director; planning com- mission chairman for Spar- wood, Milt Matiasek, and Southeastern British Columbia industrial commission man- ager Phil Boulton of Cran- brook. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 Roundup of District News j-. .-IK Funeral Home NATAL, B.C. (HNS) At th last meeting of the advisoi planning board John Salus Coloman presented plans for funeral home at Spanvood. lie requested lot number 1 i the institutional zone fo this purpose. The lot will ARTISTS AT WORK Franz Koci, Blairmore artist, gives instruction to students of the Pincher Creek senior oi! class at an outdoor lesson near Burmis. The budding artists are completing wort- that was shown at an exhibition in the Pincher Creek town hall. Decoux Photo. f Birthday9' Dental Program Expanding 'Says Marquis SPARWOOD (HNS) At a recent meeting of the East Kcotenay Union Board of Health Mrs. G. Gill, chairman, introduced Dr. Don Marquis regional dental consultant fo the Kootenays. Dr. Marquis said the denta Four-Plex Appeal Set By ROSS GIBIi Herald News Service TABER Monday. July 13, at 7 p.m. in town council cham- irers an appeal hearing regard- ing an application by Parker Leasing and Holding Ltd. to erect two four-plex housing units on (he north side of 50th Ave. west of 47th St. will be held. Developer Kenneth P a r k ef :iled his appeal with the town council June 23 in a seven- )oint brief supporting the )00 construction program which would provide high class apartments now needed here. The development application lad been refused by the mu- nicipal planning commission June 25 on the objection of two adjoining residents that such a development would detract 'rom the value of their single occupancy homes. Mr. Parker noted that 50th Ave. was opened for multipli dwelling units with an eigh apartment block already on til avenue. Tax revenue of between 000 and could be expect ed annually. Mayor Arthur H. Avery tolc Mr. Parker the hearing is nov necessary, with the town coun til sitting as the final board 01 appeal, because of the objec tions raised, to meet the re quirements of current regula- tion and legislation. Mr. Parker had earlier ex pressed the feeling that he is being given the "run around1 by the authorities "higher than the town council" and the hear- ing was set in the minimum "reasonable time" required by the regulations. MARK ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Card of Raymond marked their Diamond Wedding anniversary at their home at Raymond recently. They welcomed more than 100 guests. "I am certain there is no place on earth' we could have found a better place to call said Card. Many bouquets were received. program for towns of Nata! Michel and Parson has been de leted from the 1970-71 schedule However, the three year-oli birthday program is stepped up in all East Koote- nay areas. According to a dental healti survey that was taken; 30 pe cent of samples of 7 to 15-year olds in the East Kootenay show ed no caries detects as com pared to 35 per cent in the two West Kootenay health units. The East Kootenay area is leading the region in the fluori dation of water supply. In British Columbia nine per cent of those on piped drink ing water drink fluoridated wa ter. In Alberta this figure is 50 per cent and in Canada 44 pei cent. In Cranbrook the percentage of children requiring no fillings has inc r e a s e d significantly from 44 per cent hi 1967 to 61 per cent in 1969. Dr. Marquis attributed this to the fluoridation of the city wa- ter' supply. Miss Vosburgh, public health nurse, reported the immuniza- tion acceptance rate againsi diphtheria, whooping cough and tetanus is the lowest in the East Kootenays. With two deaths from diph- theria reported from an adja- cent State, steps are being :aken to encourage mothers of children to accept more read- ly this preventive measure. Extra clinics will. be set up in west Fernie and Hosmer. Miss Vosburgh stated the only person who can assure success of this program and irotection against the disease s the mother. Dr. Hopper reported there is now available a vaccine to pro- .ect against the disease of Ger- man measles A let- ,er will be sent to the minister of health asking for a decision on whether the rubella vaccine vould be made available free of charge to children in B.C. A letter will be sent to the minister of health protesting cutting of staff in the Health Unit, "when in act a request for more help lad been made." It was felt necessary to re- [uest the extra help because if the rapid expansion in the East Kootenays. APPLIANCE CLOSE-OUT SALE! WE U5T TWO OF MANY BARGAINS ADMIRAL 16 PLACE SETTING PORTABLE DISHWASHER 6 cycle, maple lop. list SELL-OUT PRICE ADMIRAL 13 CU. FT. COMPLETELY FROST FREE REFRIGERATOR '249 BERT MM ACS STEREO COLOR TV List SEtL-OUT PRICE 315 7th STREET S. PHONE 327-323Z "Serving Soulh Alberto For Over 31 Years" Lay Members To Conduct Services TABER (HNS) Lay mem- bers of Taber1 Knox Unitsd Church will conduct services during the summer vacation of Rev. Kenneth W. Morris. He is taking a summer j course at New York City. July services will commence at 10 a.m. Directing services will be: July 12, Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce Millifcen; July 19, Jolin Rae and Jock Kinm'burgh; and July 26, Miss Sandra Langman. B.C. Ilvclro j Leases Power Svsten CRANBROOK (Special) year's lease agreement, a pr liminary by B.C. Hydro Aut ority to its purchase at 000 of the city electric system was signed here recently. The initial paymen covered inventory and providec the city with an approxima net casli surplus of This offsets the ope ating surplus Uie depart men would have returned in 1970 The agreement establishes terms of payment every fiv years over a 15-year period Outstanding debt interest nine per cent. Initial year of lease optio is necessary since enabling an validating legislation for pui chasing the systems of th three municipalities won't com before the legislature unti early in 1971. Alternative would have bee municipal ratepayer referend in each of the three cities t sell their systems for wliicl there was no alternative powe supplier to B.C. Hydro whici had declined further sale. Tbibodeau Heads Elks TABEK (HNS) Pau Thibodeau will head the Tabe Elks Lodge during the coming year. He was installed at a recen meeting at the Cranford Com munity Hall. It was conducted by distric deputy Douglas Roadhouse o Lethbridge and assistant dis trict deputy Harry Winberg o Barnweli along with the dril Seam of the Order of the Roya Purple, Taber. Other officers are William iiacz, past exalted ruler; Robert Miyanaga, leading ought, Frank (Fritz) Pavka oyal knight, James D. Chip- man, lecturing knight; Mervto Hamilton, inner guard; Casey ouw, chaplain; William 3aterson, esquire; Henry Ku- and John Wieler, trustees; Rudy Grcgus, treasurer, and iTuki Tomiyama, secretary. VISIT COALDALE COALDALE (HNS) Mr. aid Mrs. Hapald Groom of Vancouver visited at the home f Mr- and Mrs. Alton Knapp n Coaldale during the last week cf June. Mrs. Groom is e sister to trs. Knapp. Lady Lions [ustall Chief TABER (HNS) Mrs. Pat Campbell will guide the desti- of (lie Taber Lady Lions Club. She was installed at a recent meeting of the club at which 'ear-end reports were given. Also installed were Mrs. Nof- na Porter and Mrs. Gloria Dressier as first and second presidents; Mrs. Irene Secliman, secretary; and Mrs. Bula Kerkhoff, treasurer. Past- (resident is Mrs. Irene Jensen. One-year board members are Mrs. Susan Peters and Mrs. Freda Sailer; two-year board members are Mrs. Elaine Meisner and Mrs. Margaret Lindquist; committee heads are Mrs. Idale Kenney, public- ity; Mrs. Olive Johnson and Mrs. Peggy Loree, program; Mrs. Bertha Anderson, mem- bership; Mrs. Jean McKibben, sick and visiting, and Mrs. Marion Kemper raffle. MEANING BUGGED A hearing-aid consultant was testing an elderly woman's hearing when he found her ear blocked by a grasshopper. It had apparently been Ilierc for monlJis without her knowledge. UNION OIL COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED it expanding its retail marketing facilities throughout Alberta. A UNION 76 DEALER FRANCHISE is presently available at Lethbridge location. Applications are being accepted now and enquiries ore invited concerning the modern Union 76 Service Station Franchise. 3rd Ave, and 8lh Si. UNION Please reply in writing to Union Oil Company of Canada limited. 709 8th Ave. S.W., Calgary 2. Albert. Attn; Alberta Area Marketing Office. UNION Oil COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED near Uie churches. Tho planning board recom- mended to council the lot be sold to Mr. .Vaius and a buffer strip of trees be left between Hemlock Road and lot 18 boll) to screen tire funeral home and to lie-in with the park-like landscaping planned for ihe lot. Eighteen Dance i for llrcir parents and friends. 1 Ciuso to 100 people attended COALDALE (HNS) Miss the ballet night. Wendy Robison's ballet stu- dents recently presented a bal- let program in the R. f. Baker School auditorium here. About 18 students performed TALLEST PEAK Mount Washington, 6.288 feet nigh, is the tallest peak m the White Mountains of New Hamp- shire. BARB WIRE JOHNNIES PARADE A litlle miss dressed in old fashioned attire push- ing a large baby buggy was one of the highlights of the Barb Wire Johnnie Days par- ade at Blairmore. The parade formed in the elementary school yard and paraded to the armories grounds. An afternoon of fun and games for young people was held near the Isabella Sellon school grounds with prizes for all events. Decoux Photo YUM YUM Yum ynm means good to eat in any language and German teacher Charles Bryant appears to agree. The German 30 class at Kale Andrews High School, Coaldale, recently bought steak and ail the trimmings for Mr. Bryant. Das ist zcr gut! Ya? It was a tasty way to end the term. Photo DEMOLITION SALVAGE FOR SALE! Apply ot the Old Junior High School in Cardston through Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday till noon R. HEINEN SONS Seagram's Five Star outsells all other whiskies in Canada. How come? Easy taste and easy to look at. Plus the Seagram name and quality. Go prove it for yourself. That's the easy part. The easy whisky. Seagram's FIVE STAR CANADIAN RYE WHISKY JOSEPHS SEAGRAM SONS Lif.'.llEO WATERLOO, ONTARIO, CANADA 25 Ot TOfirtCD J Lethbridge Community College Fall Semester Programs Commence AUGUST 26 1970 IN THE SCHOOLS OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL BUSINESS EDUCATION EDUCATION CONTINUING EDUCATION NURSING EDUCATION LIBERAL EDUCATION FOR INFORMATION AND APPLICATION FORMS CONTACT THE DIRECTOR OF IHE SCHOOL IN WHICH YOU ARE INTERESTED PHONE 327-2141 ;