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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre- school clinics: ENCHANT: Tuesday, July 21, in the school from i to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, July 21, in the Health Unit' Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TURIN: Tuesday, July 21, in the school from to p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, July, 22, in the school from to p.m. VAUXHALL: Wedn e s d a y July 22. in the L. B. Thomson School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, July 23, in the Health Unit Office (unstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, July 23, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, July 24, in the school from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics free of charge on a doctor's or dentist's prescrip- tion. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against contagious disease. Parish Seeks Donations For Church NATAL, B.C. (HNS) St. Mi- chad's Parish Council of Natal is now in the process of decid- ing whether or not to build a new church in Sparwood. The parishioners were inform- ed in a previous letter that the Regional District of East Koot- enay had offered the parish council the sum of for the church complex which was accepted. The new church site has been purchased for leaving The architect, gas, sew- er, telephone, and power alone are just a few added expenses. A rough estimate of the cost of a new church and possibly a rectory would be in the neigh- borhood of The parish council has tried to determine the extra amount of money needed to build a new church in Sparwood and have come out with the amount of approxi- mately It was also pointed out to the parishioners that to borrow the amount needed from the bank it would be impossible to build because not even the interest charges could be paid due to j Sunday collections which are very poor. only other alternative open to the parish council is to ask for pledges from the 200 parishioners. It was also stress- ed that if the money can not be raised, the parish council will have to abandon the idea of new church and commute to 'ernie. In the very near future there will be a parishioner calling at these Catholic homes for their pledge. Thursday, July 9, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGI HERAiD 3 Four Teachers Honored YOUNGEST OFFICER-U.S. Air Force Lieut. Bonnie Kultgen of Othello, Wash., granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Kultgen of Taber and niece of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kultgen of Lethbridge, has the distinction of being the youngest commissioned officer in the nurse corps. She is shown with her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kultgen of Othello. DISTRICT DOINGS Four Wins NOBLEFORD (Special) The Nobleford Men's Softball Team has four straight wins in he North league. County Softball They have taken four lopsided wins from their opposition: two from S'naughnessy at Keho Park and two from Iron Springs at Iron Springs. Plan Reunion NOBLEFORD (Special) The 1954 graduating class of the Noble Central High School is planning a reunion here July A supper will be held with a dance to follow in the Noble- ford Legion Hall for all gradu- ates from 1950 to 1957. Notify Mrs. Evelyn Konynen- belt. By C. A. Herald News Service PINCHER CREEK As the years roll on school boards, pu- jils, parents and. fellow teach- :rs say farewell to retiring :eachers. This year Pincher Creek School district 29 sees four teachers retire at the end of June: Mrs. Marion Connelly, Mrs. Corinne Boyden, Mrs. Ed- ith Dayies, and Mrs. Islay Bon- ertz. Together they have a total of more than 100 years' of service to their respective communities. Recently the Pincher Creek ATA Locs! honored them at a banquet in St. John's Parish Hall. The hostess for the evening was Miss E. Wright who saw that the four retiring teachers with their husbands were seat- ed at the head table. Master of ceremonies Mr. Ron Zukiwsky, President of the Local, and Peter Iwasiuk, guest speaker were similarly seated. Over 70 teachers were in atten- dance as were previously re- ared teachers and this year's ntern teachers. Mr. Iwasiuk gave a resume of the careers of each of the hon- ored guests, noting the high- ighls and including humorous ticidents coloring long years of dedicated service. Gifts were presented, Miss Donna McEvoy to Mrs. Davies, Gerry Snaith to Mrs. Bonertz, Neil Matson to Mrs. Boyden, Miss I. Nishima to Mrs. Con- nelly. Interspersed in the program were vocal solos by Barbara Dennis and Brenda Bustard. At the conclusion Mrs. J. Fitz- patrick and her troupe of wo- men teachers paid a collective tribute in song with a happy parody on Now Is the Hour. Ron Zukiwsky expressed ap- preciation to the planning com- mittee headed by Mrs. R. Woll- man, to Mrs. Daely who. ar- ranged the recorded dinner mu- sic, to the women who served Jie supper and all who helped in any way. "in the attempt to learn the skills of a farmer's wife and a mother." Upon returning to the classroom she started off at St. Michael's before spending some six years at Pincher C r e k High (now Matthew She returned there after an ex- tended trip around South Amer- ica. Later she took time out for a trip to Great Britain, Uuigh.1 again and took a freighter trip around the world. Her last four years have been at Matthew Halton. Display Set CIUNBIIOOK (Special) Truck mounted display by tho federal regional economic de- velopment department is sched- uled for Oanbrook Mall Sept. 11 and 12. Britisli Columbia schcd u I o lists only Vancouver and Cran- orook visits. A IOVELY ANTIQUE John (Bud) Dors ey of Etzikom stands beside a 1928 Chevrolet truck now owned by Pius Ehnes of the village. Mr. Dorsey bought the truck in 1933 from Harry Thompson who needed the money Is travel home to Scotland. It is equip- ped with wooden spoke tires and hand-operated windshield wipers. Ehnes Photo Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phont THAN A FEW Color experts at the United States National Bureau of Standards have found that a sensitive human eye can discern more than colors under ideal conditions. Solid Eastern Hard Maple Construction Every piece finished in exclusive Rox-Hide (highly resistant to heat, spilled beverages, scratching and normal Only tho finest quality fabrics art used throughout the entire collection. All designs are open stock allowing you to purchase additional matching pieces any- time. THE MOST COMPLETE COLLECTION OF COLONIAL FURNITURE IN CANADA! CONVENIENT TERMS Subdivision Procedure Streamlined NATAL, B.C. (HNS) _ Prop- erty owners within the Region- al District of East Kootenay, but now inside municipal boun- daries, who wish to subdivide any property must now take their plans to the Regional Dis- trict before going to the depart- ment of highways. In this region the new rules apply to Electoral Area The Regional District of East Kootenay sub division bylaw came into effect May 30 and the new procedures have applied since then. There has been some confusion because many owners have gone first to the Highways Department for ap- pro val of their subdivision plans. The new bylaw states that "when a person proposes to carry out a sub division, :ie shall make application for ap- proval in principle, in letter form accompanied by two co- pies of a sketch plan to the re- gional planning director of the regional district." Mrs. Edith Davies graduated from the British Columbia Nor- mal School in Vancouver in 1927. Her first school was at Drayton Valley, a small com- munity predominantly settled by Scandinavians. She recalls that at the end of her summer she was taken by parents and teachers in a mass exodus to the blueberry pat- ches. Washtubs of berries were taken home and canned, all part of a marvelous experience. After three years in Alberta she returned to B.C., teaching at Hope, Lake Cowichan on Van- couver Island and at Cranbrook. Mrs. Davies married in 1949 and left teaching until 1957 when she went on staff at St. Mi- chael's in Pincher Creek for three years before going to Cen- tral School on divisional staff. Altogether she has taught Some 34 la all 34 busy, happy years." Mrs. Islay Bonertz spent her first years of teaching in rural I schools with all grades 1 to 8 represented. Cyr, New Yarrow, Parkview and Chipman Creek all in the Pincher Creek area were her earliest schools. She greatly enjoyed the opportunity to play with the children at noon and sometimes at recesses. After she married she dropped out of teaching though she did some substituting. Later she started in again and taugh in Saskatchewan for a li 111 e over a year. Once again she re turned to the Pincher Creek School Division where she has taught up to the present. She feels that younger teach- ers who have newer ideas can communicate better with the du'Mren and so she is glad to the task of education in their capable hands. Mrs. Bon- ertz has a total of 23 years' of service. Mrs. Corinne Boyden has a to- :al of at least 20 years of ser- vice that she regards as a 'learning career." She began this in an ungraded rural school southeast of Lelhbridge. After five years she married the son 5f the chairman of tile Board and moved to Pincher Creek. Her next 19 years were spent REUNITED-Paul Kaliyoda, left, of Toronto, Ohio, and Alois Kalivoda of Coleman, were reunited for the first time in 60 years after having left their native Czechoslovakia in 1910 and 1928 respectively. Following his retirement as chief engineer at the Fallansbee Steel Co., Paul Kalivoda fulfilled his desire to see his brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Alois Kalivoda of Coleman. They met him ot the Calgary airport. The welcoming party at the airport included neices and nephews and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vrskovy, Coleman; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krywoit of Frank, and Mr and Mrs D__r- B._. '..I. _f ni Boris Brysiult of Blairmore. Decoux photo Remanded In Custody CRANBROOK Sleanor Patko, 27, charged with he non capital murder of her lusband, Istivan at their rural lome July 1, has been remand- ed in custody following the charge by HCMP before Judge H. C. King. She has been transferred to Oakalla pending pfelimi nary hearing on the charge within not more than 30 days, when she will be returned to Cran- brook. Peter Graham has been appointed crown counsel and counsel will be appointed for the defendant. BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK OUR EVERYDAY IOW PRICES A special invitation is extended to everyone in Sparwood and Fernie FOR FREE ESTIMATES CAll Hamilton's Floor Coverings LTD. 909 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5454 326 5lh St. S. Phone 327-8578 COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lethbridge Herald Correspondents In Your Area PINCHER CREEK AND BROCKET KORINI YELLOW HORN Breckef PINCHER CREEK MRS. iDWARD IUNN {Special Corrsspondsnt) lor WRENTHAM MRS. RALPH WHITROW F.Q. ClARESHOLM PAUl ANDERSEN.................... P.O. Box 341 MRS. ALICE Delloery MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER P.O. Box Milk River COALDALE MRS. PETER 1003 Contact these people for your District News or Advertising IT'S OFFICIAL And We're Delighted... We have just been advised that our Squire Double Wide Mobile Home has been qualified by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation for N.H.A. (Na- tional Housing Act) financing. It becomes the -first and only double wide Mobile Home to qualify under N.H.A. conditions and opens Avenues of financing to the double Wide Mobile Home Buyer which were not previously available, such as lower down payments, lower income requirement and up to 25 years repay- ment programs. We feel that this approval supports the fact that a Squire Mobile Horns is unrivalled for quality, nol only of the coach itself, but of the hidden internal components and materials used, all of which must be top quality. You can see these units for yourself at Trailer City, corner 3rd Avenue and Scenic Drive. And just one more point they don't cost any more than ordinary Mobile Homes. We Sincerely Hope We Can Help You TRAILER CITY DIVISION OF UNITED MOTOR CO. 3rd Avcnui, 3rd Stnttt South PHONE 327-1418 or 327-1780 ;