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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDCE HERAID Wedneidny, July 19, 1971 Plant wins sewer TABER (HNS) The town of Tatar will provide sewer service for the domestic ef- fluent from Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. in order to elim- inate this waste from the un- treated waste water flowing fi'om (he plant lo the river. In order to comply with de- partment of health regulations, the company had planned to run an eight-inch line from the office bmlding lo the town's main at the east side of High- way 36 on 60th Ave. The council agreed to extend services south in the industrial park to provide a connection' for the company at 56lh Ave. at an estimated "cost of The sugar company is being asked to contribute a lump sum of S7.850 to the cost of the town's extended main sewer system, representing the esti- mated amount the company would pay to run a private line from 56th Ave. to 60th Ave. a distance of some feet. Picnic held COALDALE (HNS) The St. Ambrose Parish annual picnic was held at St. Joseph's School here recently. The St. Ambrose social com- mittee was in charge of the event. District doings Forms available COALDALE (HNS) The summer playground program in the south area of the County of Lclhbridge area is now under way. Registration forms are avail- able at the Coaldale recreation office. From England IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. Sarah Moore, Mrs. Millie Hodgson and Mrs. Hetty Dod- son, all of Essex, England, home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter were recent visitors at the Erais here. Mixed tourney NOBLEFORD (Special) Keho Park Golf Club is plan- ning a two-ball mixed tourna- ment for Aug. 5. Sept. 1G a club tournament and barbecue will be held. Further information is avail- able from any member. Eagles meet NATAL (HNS) Michel Aer- ie No. 1BG4, Fraternal Order of Eagles met at the home of Paul J. Chala at Sparwood re- cently with John Kundrak in at- tendance. Junior past worthy president, John Kundrak, received liis past-president's pocket plaque for the year 1971-1972, and past- president's certificate which of- ficially makes him a member of the Grand Aerie, the ruling body of this fraternity. BOYS PEE WEE SOFTBALL WINNERS-The Baker "A" leom recently received the Irophy for being 1he winners of the boys pee wee Softball league in the south County of Lerhbridge region. Standing, left to right, Erich Goerlz, Herman Neufeld, Brian Huff, Ron Baird, Harley Richards, Robert Baird and Kevin Wahl. Kneeling, Byron Glass, Darren Fargo, Terry Shendruk, Bryce Tsukishima and Gordon Wall. Missing are Rory Williamson and Cameron Fargo. Pioneer parents' guideline: Honesty RAYMOND (HNS) _ "Our pioneer parents had a guideline lo follow when they came to this land to make homes. The guide was 'Make your word as good as your A. Andersons told his audience at the Raymond Town Memor- ial Decoration day program re cently. Mr. Anderson traced briefly the history of the settling of southern Alberta towns as he paid tribute to those early pio- neers who came to the Card- ston, Magrath, Raymond and Welling areas. "We are proud of our heri- tage. Is this heritage known lo your children" was the ques- tion he asked at the close of his memorial address. Mayor Robert Graham was master of ceremonies for the program which featured special musical numbers and a tribute lo the memory of pioneers com- posed by Thomas Rudd and read by Beth GalbraiUi. Musi- cal numbers were sung by Mar- garel Gilchrist and the Ray- mond Ladies trio: Laura Wat- son, Ethel Hicken and Jeannine Jensen. THERE'S PROOF YOU GET LOW LOW PRICES AT SIMPSONS-SEARS This warmly traditional suite isn't expensive. It just feels that way 2-pc. Reg. recognize the quality look. The sumptuous sink-In luxury confirms it. Then try to believe the low price! From the semi-attached traditional back.. .the sloped lawson- style arms... the tailored valance... the premium Fortrel- wrap polyfoam cushions to the self-cover is HIGH-style. All topped by an attractiver jacciuard See it to-day! Outstanding! 9-pc. cookware set in decor colours 24.99 Special only Ihe latest get super-tough Polyimide finish and non- stick, non-scour DuPont's Teflon 11 finish as well. Set qt. covered saucepans, Dutch oven, cover fits 10" open skillet. Lids are included in the pioue count. Quality Costs No More At Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: Opon Dally 9 c.m. lo p.m, Thundoy and Friday 9 a.m. la 9 p.m. Conln Villune. TolopKona 328-9231. NATAL (I1NS) Application Lo the minister of municipal affairs to wilhdrasv Elkford and Ihe northern part of the Elk Vnlley from the lerms of reference of Ihe Natal urban renewal projccl lias been made. Residents from Weigert Creek north would not Ire re- quired lo conlribule lo the pro- ject. Mayor Louis Ungaro of Spar- wood has opposed the resolu- lion. The Regional District of East Kootenay will act on behalf of Kimberlcy, Fernie and Spar- wood in the court action brought against them by R. Prudcn, former assessor, who is claiming damages following his dismissal by the RDEK. All legal costs mil be shared on the same basis as Mr. Pru- den's services were cost shar- ed when he was an employee. An ad hoc committee of Aid. Stan Wilson of Kimberley, Mayor Vern Uphill of Fernie and Mayor Louis Ungaro of Sparwood will acl on Ihe mat- ter. They can add lo Ihe com- mittee from members of their councils. A representative of Ihe B.C. Association of Professional Agrologists has been invited lo visit the RDEK to discuss with the board problems of land use. The board issued the invita- lion after receiving a letter Northern Elk Valley area wants out of renewal plan from Dr. 11. W. WarburLon, chairman of the land use committee, saying that his association is becoming more and more concerned "at the alarming rate agricultural land has been converted to other uses." At this year's annual meet- ing, the association publicly "expressed our concern nt the fact this irreplaceable resource was, in many cases, being squarxlercd due to the lack of proper land use plans." The association hopes to out- line commendable practices and those we feel are irreversi- bly detrimental to the food producing land. Elk Valley Land Protective Association was advised that the RDEK would not reimburse members a total of for charges made them when they used the Sparwood dump. Mayor Ungaro of Spanvond said there are three charges for use of his district's dump: 50 cents, 51 or 55. The EVLPA submitted a bill and one for 50 cents, claiming that lack of a dump site for the upper Elk Valley was the reason resi- dents had to pay the fees. The EVLPA also asked that copies of RDEK minutes be sent to them, but have beer.' advised that the RDEK does not circulate its minutes. The urban renewal project at Nntal is proceeding satisfactor- ily, the board was told, with two more houses bought and nine properties cleared, as per contract. The East Koolcnay Union Board of Health cannot own property, said administrator Frank Berloia about a letter from the health board suggest- ing that it take title to Ins Natal public health centre. Mr. Bertoia said that nego- tiations arc proceeding be- tween Crows Nest Industries, who own the centre at present, and the urban renewal commit- tee for a price, which will then be transferred to the Spar-l wood council to be held in trust [or the building o[ another health centre for the commun- ity. Free tours (HNS) Kaiser Re- sources Limited is continuing to provide free bus tours of its operations to anyone interested. The bus leaves the Kaiser main offices on Elk Valley Road at 1 p.m. each Wednes- day, and all that is required is that visitors phone the com- pany's personnel office at 425- 8200 no later than 4 p.m. on Tuesdays to arrange lor a pass. As there is only one bus, some may have to wait a week for a seat. PLAYGROUND STAFF READY FOR ACTION Plans far a busy summer of activity for many 'Pass young people has been planned by the Crowsnest Pass recreation board staff of young people. Young people taking charge of the playground activities are, front row, Christine Sieracki, Margaret Mac Donald, Holly Bester, Pat Stella, Heather Cargill, Olitch, Nadine Aiello; back row, Darcy Peknilc, Debbie Greenwood, Dawnelle Yeliga, Debbie Gibos, Brigetlo Graf, Lois GaHo and Peggy Luini. Vera Decoux Phojo. Coaldale couple marks anniversary COALDALE (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Wiens if Coaldale recently celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniver- sary. About 135 members of the family, relatives and friends gathered honor them at a ban- quet held in the Windsor Room of the Park Plaza, Lethbridge. The couple has eight children and 26 grandchildren, who, with their families, were all present for the occasion. The oldest son, Abram F. Wiens of Travers, was master of ceremonies. Many cards, congratulatory greetings and gilts were re- ceived. Telegrams were received from Prime Minister Peirre El- liott Trudeau and Governor- General and Mrs. Roland Mich- ener. Special greetings came from Deane R. Gundlock, MP for the Lethbridge constituency and Robert Stanfield, opposi- tion leader. Congratulatory scroll certifi- cates were also received frim Premier Peler Lougheed and Lietenant-Govemor Grant Mac- Ewan. Mr. Wiens also receved a special letter from his former teacher In Russia, Rev. Sergy Maschkewitsch. The couple was married in Russia July 2, 1922. She is the former Miss Helena Friesen. They migrated to Canada in 192G to the Calgary area. In 1940 they moved to coal- dale where they have resided since. Shower honors Miss Dyck NATAL (HNS) A (hower was held in St. Michael's Hall at Sparwood recently in honor of Miss Linda Dyck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dyck o! Pincher Creek, Alberta. The honored guest was es- corted into the hall by Miss Louise Hoberge, sister of the groom-to-be, and Miss Nonna Dyck of Pincher Creek, sister of the bride-to-be. She later assisted in opening the gifts. Both mothers, Mrs. A. Ro- berge of Sparwood and Mrs. J. Dyck of Pincher Creek, at- tended the shower. The guest book was attended by Miss Tina Rybachuk and Miss Debbie Morgan, both of Sparwood. The honored guest will ex- change marriage vows with David Roberge of Sparwood. the Cartoon Bug Send your cartoons la The Lelhbridge Herald, cart of Mrs. Helen Kovaci, Box 470, Lelnbrldgc, Alberta. I IDO.VTG'LTOUT VKKY OFTEN EITIIKH." not Imvn ilml nillf TnrlonnlliiK" line IM oilh Ir-Min h.l.M- lU.lirr Irl'i prime, A rmni.lrr nClrr nil. lint tl.rv ;