Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
_ InK'rdoy, July II, THI irTHMIDUl HWALB Mrs. Andrews Honored; Says 'Life Has Been Good' FORT MACLEOD (Special) A letter from Premier Strom and a greeting from Lieut.- Gov. Grant MacEwan high- lighted .Fort Macleod pioneer Mrs. Mary Ida Andrews' 90th birthday here recently. ..Sharing hostess honors for Okay Grant For Parade COALDALE (HNS) cil recently approved a grant of to the Coaldale and Dis- trict Chamber of Commerce. The funds are to defray costs for the annual Coaldale Set- tler's Day Parade. The date for the celebration is Saturday, Aug. 1. Les Handley is parade mar- shall. the open house were her daugh- ter, Mrs. A. K. McLean and Afternoon Group and Lewis Auxiliary of Trinity United Church Women. The rooms were decorated with gift floral arrangements. There were 100 guests from Granum, Cardston, Lethbridge, British Columbia, England and Fort Macleod. MLA Leigbton Buckwell at- tended. Pouring tea and coffee were friends of many years' stand- ing. Seated at the silver urns during the afternoon and eve- ning were: Mrs. T. Halliwell, Mrs. H. Ripley, Mrs. K. Ryan, Mrs. H. Hart, Mrs. A. Segboer Sr., Mrs. M. Fawcelt and Mrs. R. Whihvorth and Mrs. Annie Brewster. In charge of the guest book were C. Stone, Mrs. H. O'Brien, Mrs. M. Sanderson, and Mrs. K. McGregor. Serving the guests were Mrs. Phofogray glasses They know when to turn on... and off They darken when it's sunny and bright. Then clear indoors and at night. Smoothly. Comfortably. Automatically. A neutral gray that never hides your eyes, doesn't disturb natural coloring. Corning created the glass. We make the Klausei to your prescription. Just corns in and ask. OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 30B-7th ST S LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3609 H. Falconer, Mrs. T. Swihart, Mrs. A. Swinarton, MM. C. Stevens, Mrs. F. Lenrire and Mrs. L. Blair. Helping in other capacities were Mrs. L. de Wit, Mrs. W. Groeneweg, Mrs. V. Barr, Mrs. 0. Bryant, Mrs. M. Edlund, Mrs. M. DeKoning, Mrs. J. Sharp and Mrs. E. Louwenaar. Baseball Tourney Set For Sunday NEW DAYTON (HNS) A baseball tournament will be held at New Dayton, Sunday, July 19, with the Lethbridge Senior Boys League partici- pating. The play will get under way at 11 a.m. with the Giants against the Pirates. The Cardinals will take on the Expos at p.m. with finals following. In other action the New Day- ton Ladies Slow Pitch Softball team defeated Wrentham and Raymond at the recent tourna- ment held at Milk River which entitled them to represent the County of Warner at the Sum- mer Games, Aug. 12, at Piach- er Creek. Close Centre COALDALE (HNS) -Coal- dale town council will recom- mend to the Coaldale Commu- nity Hall' Board that ths youth centre located fa the basement of the hall be dosed Immedi- ately. General convener was Mrs. D. Mackintosh. Mrs. Andrew! was born and educated in Richmond, Ont. In 1905 she married William George Andrews who had just purchased a hardware store at Areola, Sask. After four years in Saskatchewan they came to Macleod and purchased the Renwick Hardware. They ar rived here May 22, 1909.' Shortly after their arrival they bought a house on 20th St. where Mrs. Andrews still lives. Mrs. Andrews was president of the Ladies Aid and Us sue cessor, the WA, for 29 years After Mr. Andrews died in 1948 she served on the Session of her church. Mrs. Andrews has one daughter, Lillian (Mrs. Andy McLean) and one grandson Graham, a chartered, account ant in Edmonton. Mrs. Andrews said, "I never worry. Long ago I found that anything given always comes back 10 times over. Life been good to me." has Penalty Applies CRANBROOK treasurer Bland Hoover reports payment of 90.42 per cent of the city property-tax levy of paid by the deadline the end of June. Penalty of five per cent now applies to unpaid amounts to Aug. 4 when the pehalty rises to ten per cent. The levy represents .74.61 mills covering schools, general city purposes, hospital and debt charges and is the prop- erty owner contribution to the total 1970 budget of endorsed by city council. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES ROYAL BANK A limited Numb.r ef Optnlnui An Still Available In Our MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM If You Are Seeking a Challenging Career, Offerlngt Salaries Promotional Opportunities Based on Merit Arrange To Discuss Your Future With Us By Contacting Any Branch Manager Or Apply Direct To: B. 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APPLY IN PERSON TO: SIMPSONS-SEARS PERSONNEL CENTRE 1218 2nd Avenue South, Lethbridge Monday to a.m. to p.m. Thursday, a.m. to p.m. Special Confidential Interviews Can Be Arranged By Phoning 327-0988 GREAT HORSES OF THE PAST The late Heber Christensen is shown on Brandy, said to be one of the great saddle horses of the McNally district in the firsr decade of this century. "Brandy was just a good all-around working recalls Len Christenen, 82, of Lethbridge. "But he had that extra something thot marks a great horse." Ths photograph was taken in 1904 whpn the late Heber Christenson was night herding horses used for enlarging the canal. Brandy was 16 when he stood for this photo. Pullout On Urban Renewal To Be Discussed Soon NATAL, B.C. (HNS) A meeting of all parties concern- ed in the Urban Renewal pro- ject at Sparwood will be called as soon as.possible to discuss the Eegional District of East Kootenay's announcement that it will not act as agent for the project after Dec. 31. The meeting will Include the Urban Renewal Co-ordinating Commission, representative of the District of Sparwood, and representatives of the Regional District of East Kootenay. Represented on the Urban Re- newal Co-ordinating Commis- sion are the federal govern- ment through the Central Mort- gage and Housing Corporation, the provincial government aad the Regional District. RDEK has requested CMHC to go along with it in adjusting one of the terms of reference under which the RDEK, as ad- ministrating agency. works. The reference in question says that no resident can be evicted from property already purchased by the authority un- less suitable "rental" accom- modation is available. The rule has prevented the sending of eviction notices, which was planned for June. If reference to "rental" Is omitted, RDEK administrator Frank Bertoia explained, then the notices can be sent, as there is plenty of other accom- modation vacant. Director Tabor of Sparwood told the meeting there should be adequate rental accommo- dation too, if it were sought. Mr. Tabor said his council is in full agreement with the aim to complete the project by the end of this year. In that re- gard, he had several points to Plan Float COALDALE (HNS) The Town of Coaldale will have a float in the annual Settler's Day parade slated for Satur- day, Aug. 1. Herb Fletcher, secretary- treasurer, was recently dele- gated by council to bead the float committee. bring up, such as why many of the buildings bought by iSe authority had not been disposed of. Home Again NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mrs. Jennie Kooy is home again after being a patient in a Leth- bridge hospital. SHOE REPAIR Fast dependable service at reasonable prices Also repair and replace all types of zippers Repairs to all leather goods MIKFS SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd S. (Next to Lethbridge locker and Seafoods) oLtd. 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