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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuodoy, July 20, 197! THE IFTHBRIDO! HERAAD 3 MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE Rev. Leslie Kawamura of the Raymond Buddhist Church and 300 members gather at the Temple Hill Cemetery north of the town to mark Memorial Day. It is also a time of thanksgmng for the land, trees and everything in nature. This O-Bone fest.val one of the most sacred of Buddhism, is held after the rainy season and focuses on a Sutra of Ullombana (words spoken by Buddha and comparable to a book of the Christian At left, above, Buddhists proy over ashes of deceased people near the collumvarium. Buddhists endeavor to follow the Eightfold Path which calls for the right view, right thought, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right rnindfulness and right concentration. Other churches also marked Memorial Day at Raymond -D'Arcy Rickard Photos Sunday. Council authorizes land appraisal of 8.8 acres for recreation centre Farm rigs parked too close Joe Kulas complains to council CRANBROOK (Special) Current realistic appraisal of 8.8 acres of undeveloped city land is a parcel east of 17th Ave. and south of East Baker St. has been authorized by council with Hie objective oE adding it to the present city recreation centre. The centre includes the Cran- brook Public Library and swimming pool. Mayor Klinkhamer is agent and shareholder in the owner Uecoux photo. ATTEND SCHOOL RE-UNION Mrs. V. (Ada Ven- drasco) Krzywy of Coleman, Mrs. Enes Demartin, Bruno and Guide Vendrosco all of Windsor, Ontario, travelled to Blairmore to attend the Blairmore Elementary School Student-Teacher re-union. The four brothers and sisters were oil born in Blairmore and attended school here ami the occasion of the school re-union marked the first time they have been together in Blairmore in 30 years. Mrs. Demartin visited the Pass two years ago and it was 29 years ago when Bruno last visited the Pass and broth- er Guido was here 20 years ago. The brothers are build- ing contractors in Windsor. The family described the re- union as just fabulous and they are hoping the committee will organize another get together in a few years._______ Discover the (fioltien touch of excellence company, Baker Holdings Ltd. Tire company is associated with owner-operation of its westerly adjacent Baker Es- tates Ltd., location of prestige said fully occupied apartment- townhouse complex around a court complete with heated swimming pool. As company agent he had in- formed council that Baker Holdings' 8.8 acres was not for sate. Council has instructed its city administrator, Bland Hoover, to investigate steps necessary, in- cluding possible rezoning and expropriation, on the grounds the land parcel is necessary for municipal recreation facili- ties near drawing board stage. The Municipal Act, as two re- luctant private property-hold- ers on housing development area near the east end of South 2nd St. discovered, allows ex- propriation of title when re- quired, with final price subse- quently paid for the land ne- gotiated at later date of mutual convenience to buyer and sell- er. One of these has been "un- der negotiation" for the past year without settlement. Use of the 8.8 acres under current zoning has no particu- lar restrictions, but Municipal Act regulations permit it to be zoned for public use exclusively by council with public support following formal hearings. CLARESHOLM (HNS) Joe Kulas, operator of a car wash and service station, has com- (golden tffeddtna A mellow marriage of our finest whiskies Available in 12 and 25 oz. sizes A prestige product of Canadian Schenlcy Distilleries Ltd. -1 Eighth spot NOBLEFORD (Special) Ire Nobleford Volunteer Fire- men took part in their _ second rase laying competition in Cole- man recently. Seventeen earns participated and the lo- al team placed eighth. BARBECUE HELD NOBLEFORD 'Special) ilembers of the north county ecreation board celebrated heir first birthday party with barbecue at the Keho Park Jolt Club recently. Organization was done by the director, Wendy Rasmussen. Cooking was done by board members Harold Urvold and Ed Folder Audette hired at Cranbrook CRANBROOK city's auditing firm, screening applications for a newly cre- ated position of deputy city clerk administrator, has rec- ommended probationary ap- pointment nf Ernest Audette, formerly of Provost, Sask. This position was created to ease the existing city clerk-ad- ministrator work-load on Bland Hoover. A prime legal and exclusive city clerk function is recording of all city council meetings anc the complicated.task of prepar- ing city bylaws. Deputy city clerk function includes this Mr. Hoover, engaged originally as city treasurer-collector con tinues this office with assis- tance of Dennis Botlorff, who is at present also assistant city clerk to assist in the other man ifold duties of this office. Two probationary secretaria appointments have also been approved as replacements in city clerical staff, secretary to the administrator city clerk Mrs. Robert Sclby of Wasa, and to the engineering department Mrs. Edgar Lindsay. AnsAvers sought on housing at Clarcsliolni CLARESHOLM Town council will ask the Al berta Housing Corporation t> send a representative to dis cuss with rnsblic bous ing, mortgage funds and bow Claresholm could benefit bj gvcrnment sponsored pro grams. Clarcsholm is suffering from nn ncute housing shortage making it necessary for indus firfll workers nnd hospitals cm ployccs to live in neighboring towns. Building up COALDALE (HNS) Con- struction figures in the town of Coaldale continue to climb. In May three new home per- mits were issued for a total of and a renovation appli- cation approved added another June saw tour new home per- mits issued by the town plan- ning commission having a con- struction value of In re- novations the figure was Total lot the first six months of the year is Thus far there have been per- mits issued for 20 new homes. Appeal court sits today plained to town council over farm machinery which he says is parked too close to the edge of the highway. He says there could be a ser- ious accident. He asked covncil to make a ruling that vehicles could not be parked on town-owned prop- erty within a specified distance of the highway. The machinery also was said to block the view of his business. Council wifl discuss the mat- ter and advise Mr. Kulas of its decision. CLARESHOLM Town council has moved the time r the court of appeal on the business tax assessment to p.m. today. The board will be made up of chairman Er- nest R. Patterson and council- ors Floyd Norby, Charles Thomas, Dr. Don Clark and Villard Henker. History book BARONS The Barons his- tory book committee has ex- tended its deadline for articles to Aug. 31. However, family histories should be submitted immed- iately as typists are busy try- ing to complete the big job of assembling the material. CRIMES SOLVED Lethbridge city police were successful in solving 61 per cent of all criminal cases in the city in 1970. FIRST READING CLARESHOLM Town council has given first reading to a bylaw to provide for the licensing and regula- tion of businesses and occupa- tions in town. GOLD MEDAL WINNER Byron Osing, 7, of Milk River has successfully fired the three, 20-yard prone po- sition, Dominion Marksman small bore competitions as sponsored by the CIL to win the bronze, silver and gold pins. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 1. Osing of Milk River and is a member of the Warner Rifle Club. As near- ly os can be ascertained, he is the youngest competitor in Canada to have made this accomplishment. -Tom Willock Photo These Are The LetKbtidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHAU MRS. PAT POWERS P O. Box 239 STIRLING RUTH ZAUC5 General Delivery TABER ROSS GIBB P.O. Box 2187 TYRRELl'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMLING......P.O. Box 97, Wronlham WARNER MRS. PEARl 11EBEIT Control Delivery Contact theie people for your District Nowi or Classified Advorlitlng Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernen Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 DRIVE SAFELY ON YOUR HOLIDAYS -WITH DEPENDABLE UNIROYAL TIGER PAWS Still Available at KIRK'S at this REMARKABLE MONEY SAVING OFFER WHILE STOCKS LAST! BETTER HURRY Because they're GOING FAST! AS LOW AS SERVICE DEPARTMENT SPECIAL! 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