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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THI LITHBRIDQI HKALD loturJay, July II, Towns Sign Agreement For 'Pass Pool Project BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass swim- ming pool took a step closer towards realization recently with the approving and signing by the towns of Coleman and Blairmore of two agreements. One spells put the terms for the ownership and the fi- nancing of the actual construc- tion of the other sets out details for the .day to day cost operation of the pool- It is expected that the other parties will add their signa- tures in the near future. Coleman, Blairmore, Frank, and ID 5 will be the partici- pating parties for financing the capital construction costs of the project while Bellevue will as- sist the other four parties in the financing of the day to day operation of the pool. STARTS AUG. 1 A new setup for the recrea- tion services in the 'Pass will come into effect Aug. 1 when a regional recreation board agreement becomes operative. This agreement is based on the INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 principle that by urban and rural municipalities pooling their recreation resources, bet- ter recreation service can be provided. Regional recreation boards will have more power to deter- mine their own financing and programming. Mennonites Plan Church COALDALE (HNS) A new Mennonite Brethren Church will be built within the town limits. The new church is expected to be-built between 18th and 19th streets and 21st and 22nd avenues. Some years ago the Roman Catholic Church was at this lo- cation. The building now on that prop- erty is known as the M. B. Mis- sion Chapel. It formerly was the Catholic Hall and also the first Roman Catholic separate school. The Mennonite Brethren Churc'h has purchased one house located on the property. Council was asked to grant per- mission to move the house. A petition was received against the house move. The petitioners, two signatures, stated the house did not conform with the oth- ers. Council was very sure the house was soundly constructed and well maintained. They will meet with the petitioners to dis cuss the matter. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL farm Industrial Anything of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON- Etc. Truck Truck Scales-Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-172] "Scrap Is Our Business" HAWAIIAN DRAW George Beaulieo of Picture Butte, centre, receives his prize as winner of the 1970 Hawaiian draw sponsored each year by the Alberta provincial com- mittee of the Air Cadet League of Canada. H e wins two air tickets to Honolulu and return. Making the presentation is Fred Marsh of the Air Cadet league and observing nCec Palmer Southern Alberta chairman of the Air Cadet League, and cadets from 38 (Buffalo) Squadron Calgary. Proceeds from the sale of the tickets are used to help finance the provincial air cadvt program of flying training, European exchange visits, gliding, bush camps physical training, technical training, leadership courses and summer camps. The dl'r cadet program is available free in 44 Alberta communities to boys between 13 and'18 years of age._______________________________________. _____ Okay Larger Reservoir By DELIA WOOLF Herald News Service RAYMOND is to have a better domestic water supply. This was the decision of Mayor Lyman H. Jacobs and council. The committee for water and sewer services: W i 11 a r d Brooks, Mun Takeda and C. A. Hudson of the council, present- ed a program to enlarge the reservoir from which the water is pumped into the main lines; new equipment will be added in the form of new pumping units 'and otter equipment which will be needed. The program calls for the improvements to be done step by step. The initial step will be the dredging and cleaning of the reservoir during the sum- mer while the water is still in the canal which feeds the Town of Raymond reservoir. The reservoir will be en- larged to give more winter storage for the town water sup- ply- Raymond has an Increase of 25 new dwellings with indica- tions more are to be built with- in the next few months. At the present time the pumps are pumping gal- To Alaska WARNER (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bowman and Steven from DeWitt, Iowa, spent a few days visiting her brothers Bill and Karl Thomas and families and other relatives. The Bowmans met two other couples from Iowa and will go on to Alaska before returning home. Begin Youth Pttgrimage FORT MACLEOD (Special) The 20th annual Bebekah and Oddfellow Youth Pilgri- mage, with 55 students and chaperons, is en route to the United Nations. It stopped here recently. Students qualify for this ex- perience by competing in pub- lic speaking contests. There are nine Alberta win- ners this year. The local Rebekah lodge Permits Leap In June COALDALE (HNS) Value of construction authorized by permits issued during June amounted to Seven new homes were ap- proved and one major home al- teration, three garages, one home' repair and two signs. In May the figure was 000. A permit on a new home amounting to and one sign for were (be only ap- plications. The April total was Five new homes permits were for a garage and two for home renovations. A NEW DINING EXPERIENCE! A FIRST IN LETHBRIDGE! THE UTHBRIDGE JAYCEES FAMILY GOURMET CLUB LUNCHES t DINNERS SNACKS LETHBRIDGE'S FINEST RESTAURANTS OVER 75 VALUE IN DINING FOR A OF ONLY 10 Here's Hoiv It Works When you and your gutst patronize one of participating rtslaur- onts you will receive ONE MEAL ABSOLUTELY FREE With the purchase of o meal ef value! MSMMtSHIPS AVAIIABLK ONLY THROUGH THE LETHMIDGi JAYCIES You will dininv Hmt populuar MarquU and Rib Room Majorette Rtftaumnt New Moon Cafa New World Cafe Lotus Inn Top Pizza and Spaghetti Houit Plzia Tom's Houw of Pino Paola Spaghetti Home Burger Baron Fritz Tag's Drive In TK Cafeteria HOUM of Will Dtlivtr Ywr JUST CAU 33B-70Q5 TODAY. I LCTHMIDOI JAYCEC FAMILY GOURMET ClUR I Room 7 304 Sfh Street South _ I Pleaie rush my Gourmet Club Membership. I realize that I 1 thii li available for a thort time only and I want to be I we of receiving a I Enclosed ii my cheque for for memberihips at each, NAME.................. PHONED............J I CITY........... I Make Cheques Payable to Joyce, family 1 Gourmet Club Moll le Ceurm.l Club 7-304 3th Street Inrtli, I LerhMdce I HELP YOUR JAYCEES BUILD A BETTER COMMUNITY! served supper1 and the Oddfel- lows arranged a tour. They will travel east, spend one week attending United Na- tions sessions, and then tow eastern United States. Included in their agenda are visits to Washington, B.C., John F. Ken- nedy's grave and a trip to west Virginia. They will be gone one month. Miss Barbara Hatton, daugh- ter of Mf. and Mrs. Elmer Hat- ton, received a tape of the win- ning speech she made at Bed Deer last year. She was also given a permanent plaque naming her "Pilgrim of the Year, 1969." Gents of Truth: PRESENTED WEEKLY BY VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. UTHBRIDGE MERCY abundantly given, HELP for the difficult place- COURAGE when It's sorely needed, STRENGTH for the problems we face. COMFORT when grief assails us, LOVE when wo rtesd someone to care These) are the blessing of God That He gives In answer to prayer. Ions of water for every 24-hour period. This is the pumping capacity of the units; at the present lime more water is needed daily. A new floating intake is to be installed as soon as the dredging is finished. The reser- voir water capacity will be doubled. At present the peek capacity is 38 million gallons. Mayor Jacobs has stated there is enough money in the reserve fund to get the work wdl under way and take of the initial work of dredging, enlarging and the floating in- take. ROSEWOOD Manufactured Homes Are Elegant and very practical in price Sensational Offer on a limited number of orders booked now for immediale or fall deliveryl NOT LIMITED TO DESIGN J__1 Exarriploi 1040 SQ. FT. 3 BEDROOM ONLY Includes for your Installation! Plumbing and heating package t Cabinets of all kinds and all materials neceiiary to com- plete your home includes paint Contact Factory DeaUri R. L JAIBERT Box 763, lethbridge, Alberta or Box 519, Edmonton, Alberta, Phone 4Z9-OB01 WE GUARANTEE TO SAVE YOU MONEYI _______ SHOW BIZ ACROSS 1 e Type of street. 12 Met pliyer. 16 Movie villain Jack Detroit 22 Apportion. 23 River duek. lily. 25 Individually operated, f 2t Spanish or Western. 28Matlne> idol, e.g. 28 Explosive device. 30 French shooting contest. 32 Sunder. 34 Give off. 35 Blun M Electric unit 17 Magpie. U English poet. 39 English river. L fi -King 2 Prologue singer in "I 1 1 4Glnrlckey need. B Last Spanish queen. Redolence. 7 Filch: wen.' With 13-D, Jimmy Durnnte'i plaint. Most cunning. 10 Skilled. 42 43 Piece of armor: vlr. 45 Anesthetics. 48 Stamp out 50 Cry. 12 Pennies. 55 Was i office name. Attempted. 68 "Hair" or' N "Forty .Carats." id book. 62 Sailor. 63 Melody. 64 French bread. 65 Lad. 67 Colored. 65 Go wrong, Bay. 71 Gemel. 72 Choose. 74 Region, 75 "Rule compoier. 7t Show gratitude, '77 Famous) clergyman, 71 British machine carbine. 79 Rugged chips. 81 Verge. 82 status. S3 Laughing. 84 Cruising. 85 Vanguard. 86 Banquet. South of France. M Rabbit'f tail. 89. Roman 'public gamci. Martha 91 Flourish in an aria. Chance. 85 Worsted'! bane. H Growing yean. M Rouse. 99 Longing. 100 Upon: pref. 101 Hankering. 102 Corrida fan's cry. 103 Barter. 1W Sentry's) beat 101 Stupid. board Lover." ItOToxenhilite. 112 Tropical rodent.. 114 Soviet Hver. 116 "The Lite 118 Inversion. 120 Arab VIP 122 Have .sweet 124 Location. 125 Gel id. 126 Peer Gynt's ma. 129 .Memorable) Ciron movie. 130 Macaw. 131 Legeridarv Celt 132 Mature, 133 Ciech. 134 Upanlahao. 135 mom. 136 Vocation. 138 Head. 140 Latvian 141 Original "Guya And Dolls" stsr. 142 Program. 143 Make beloved. 144 Gaelic. 145 Hotbed. 146 Cindace 147 Southern general. DOWN 11 Still. 12 Uncertain. 13 See D-D. 14 Consumed. 15 Kite. 16 Epitome. 17 Song from "Gypsy." 11 "Play It Sam." 19 Arthur." tt Working aa a thespian. 31 Weediablo. 33 Fruit drink. 36 Contraction. 37 40 Australian city. 41 dynasty. 42 Bit. 44 Imitated. 45 Dutch seaport. 46 Third of a nonet. 47 Aspiring actress- dream. 49 Fair amount or quantity. <1 Textile ..fabric. S3 Swerve. M Itinerant, 57 euro, e.g. (9 111 catch the conscience of the king." (1 Boundary. (4 Fimous Quaker. Poland China'! sound. 70 Expound 73 Hire. 74 Digression 76 Was a thesplsn. 79 Confused. M Flight. 81 Mldmorning meal. 12 Hymn ef praise: .var. S3 Tease. 85 Flutter. (6 Lees restrictive. Diagramless 21x23, by BeHjr.Leary ACROSS 1 Football players: abbr. 4 Ruler. 6 Hush. 8 Four line poems. 10 Out: Dutch. 11 Meadowf 13 Namath, for one. 16 Time table abbreviation. 17 Top. 19 Lily plant 21 River In Scotland. 22 Hunchback of Notre Dame. 25 Draft organization. 27 Up to the time of. 28 Rotating force. 32 Before. 35 Lords. Political organization. Which be shown: Lat abbr. '38 Rest 39 Inhabitant of: aufT. 40 Where: Lit. 41 Chemical compound. 42 Gender abbr. 43 Cutting tooL 44 Chinese Idol. 45 Month In France. H Kind of time: 47 European' river. 10 Curve. B1 Ooze. 15 Beverage. M Nero, for 7S Augmenting. 69 Drive out. 79 Photo M Work room, for short M Next or nearest (i Sovereignty In India, Wiles.-- 68 Goddess of healing. 69 South Sea island. 70 American humorist 71 English- equipment 80 LBJ for one. 81 Theological degree.. DOWN. 1 Give up. Z Beverage. 3 Bristle. 4 French numbers. 6 Man's name. 6 Parts ef a 87 B.hsve badly.- 11 chsp. 12 Piquancy. 93 Not for. 95 Mortgage. Liveliness, 12 Baths of a sort 13 Locks up. 14 Shade tree. 15 Blow ii horn. 18 Father: pref. 20 Early name of Tokyo. ,23 Wud deposit 93 Pottery. 111 Animal. 104 Way. 105 Vote getter: 115 Cossack si. leader. 107 Arranged In 117 Now I've. succession. caught you' 109 Pull back. 119 Equip. 120 Spry. 121 Niggard. 123 124 Wearing time. 126 Deciduous tree. 128 Entire. 132 Island off Galway. 133 Soft drink. 136 Fairy queen. 137 Holland communCi 127 Berry shrub. 138 In unison. 24 Globe. 26 Set apart. 29 Questioning. 30 Loose. 31 Famous garden. Puzzle with picture. 34 Correct 41 Take 42 Curious. 43 He loves: Lat. 44 Joke. 47 Particle. 63 Come up. 54 Poetic time. 57 Blue Eagle initials. 58 Ripped. 61 Horse. 48 Waters: Lat. 62 Peers. 4, Rural. 64 Christianity! 52 Infant food. abbr. CRYPTOGBAMS Swiss.. 72 Chapel Hill abbr. 73 Not this.. 76 Iowa 77 Adjoining. 78 Crustacean. Danish klrift 7 Direction. for short. 74 Good: Fr, t College area. f Jacket. SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES HOEfflH nnciiB BCBCE npcEpi DOS nDHBB GEEGE liEKEEBEl UUUULJBUU tHco DO nH _____ I rannnn DOC! CBsjfc: LJUUJ UUHUUUUUU UUU iinnawnii HBEU ESCKDU fcttu mm iiuuu uuuiiii BULK untd ntann uou nuuti HIUUUUUUU UMUUtilJLjIU u SO 1. ETKM YSPTH GO NIEEMH NPTSW STOPGOITINKA, ZHGOWN RYHZ NPILL: RYE TO HAH. Bj-NsflisnW.Htrrll J.BACK. FOtK PCCTHGLPBTH YCTJAP JOG TO TAPFOLHPGK. ZIJ COZQ ZB TSFJO JLJOK FTZ WJNZICW BOZO FRSF COPUQPIM.BSHNJF TSWFJW BZHO MSUUZIW QJO GZIFB. List Week's 1. Shrewd wolf purportedly inikinr monkey out ot wool-jitheriiij shepherd. 2. Cileilstimt disUnce to far oil Wader professor froffl noticing proxiniity of esrthy things. history. fltM fotv 1970 ;