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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta I SOD-TURNING FOR IDS CHURCH Taking part in a ground-breaking ceremony af Cardslon for a new IDS Church are, lefl to right, Bishop Lorin Pitcher of Woolford; President Roy Spackman of the Alberta Stake; Bishop Dick Richards of Aetna and Bishop John Hollingsworth of Card- ston's fourth ward. It will be a church. Included in the ceremony was the presentation of deeds io the pro- perty by Mrs. John Hamilton. I! was a gift from the Kearl family. It will accommodate Cardston's fourth and the Aetna wards. Separate School District Would Reshape Financing By noSS G1BB I tatives from the department of Herald News Service education would be present. The separate school board, indenendent satel- by correspondence to the Taber independent satei town co requested intor. msmcu, __..__ as the Hte s e scoo within the confines of Tabcr School Dvision No. 6. was ex- plored at a recent meeting of the trustees of the Taber Sep- arate School District No. 54 and the division. Taber Separate School Dis- trict No. 54 comprises school district No. 933 Miss Robison Honored By Friends At Coaldale public which is basically the town of Taber and its environs. At the present time, some 200 Catholic students residing outside Hie separate school dis- trict are receiving instruction at St. Mary's High and St. Pat- rick's elementary school here. Taber school division re- ceives the municipal requisi- tion in relation to these stu- dents, while the separate school district receives founda- tion grants for the school, pay- ing transportation costs to the Division. Under the proposal of satel- lite school districts, the sep- arate schools would receive the muncipal requisition from Catholic-owned property, thus reducing funds received by the division. An alternative to the satellite proposal suggested is a direct grant "in lieu" from the divi- sion to the separate school ad- ministration. No decision was made at the exploratory meeting, a second session being slated within the _____ month, at which time represen-1 They sang Raindrops' are Fa: share of the cost of the fall elections conducted by the town on behalf of the district. The request was made "to determine if the separate school district should conduct its owri election under a provi- sion Of the new school act. Council agreed the estimated cost to the district would not be over and that the dis- trict would be billed on the basis of actual expenditures in- volved. Natal Wate Dangerous Says HoppJr 'Barons Team Advances To Slow Pitch Contest By PAUL CHALA Herald News Service NATAL, B.C. a recent meeting of council of the Dis- trict of Sparwood a report was received from Dr. Hopper, re- gional Health officer, that the water system in Natal is far from satisfactory. Dr. Hopper recommended again that chlorination of the water should be undertaken. He lias previously recom- mended chlorination' but it has not been done because of dif- ficulties associated with feed- ing chlorine directly into the pipeline distribution system. Dr. Hopper says the water soiling practices of the resi- dents of Natal are not suffici- ent protection. Council decided if the shal- knv supplemental well now use could be eliminated 3ure water supply from Target date for the. proposed zonit the District of Sf set for Friday, ng tof 'law for Jd was advisory re-read prior to Aldermen and planning board the proposed that date and tr available to explain the if a.tlons of.A to any in- structive publinepUnS this purpose be called prior to the If S- submitted a for prelimi- of a subdivi- Gorry Brou request to nary accepts sion plan. The Proposal is the Randa- above council's v sile- The plan calls for to be vided into acre parcels 01 lots. I given COALDALE (HNS) Barons was victorious in senior men's slow pitch Softball finals for the County of Lethbridge. It was held recently in Coal- dale. Barons will represent the county at the Southern Alberta Summer Games to be held at Pinchcr Creek Aug. 10 to 13. Players were Phil Curie, Ken Kotkas, George Anderson, Bob Shearer, Bill Sherwood, Wayne Mclntyre, Lon Sherwood, Nick Anderson. Chuck Clark, Alf Olson, Harold Lyon, Dick Steinhaurer, Ed Klone and Wayne Row. Coaldale Kinsmen were sec- ond and Coaldale Orphans third. JUNIOR BOYS The junior boys' slow pitch winners were members of the R. I. Baker team coached by larger well would be sufficient. SEEK SURVEY Engineers for the council, Underwood McLellan and relates, will be asked study and report on the most 'easible way to solve the water supply problem. The proposed CPR contocl 'or the purchase of part of the Wilson Creek property for a right-of-way was rejected by council. The proposal calls for lurchase of a strip of this jroperty which is wider than requirements and t would also block access to oui' or five acres of the prop- erty down the embankment rom the major parcel of this iroperty. Council has asked for a meet- ng with CPR to renegotiate he contract of sale. The Regional District of East Cootenay reported that a meet- ng requested by the District of Sparwood of all parties to the Jrban Renewal Scheme, has >een set for Cranbrook on Wed- esday, Aug. 5. Representing ouncil will be Aid. Siro Cimo- ni, Alex Walker and Earl 'abor. COALDALE (HNS) Bride- elect Miss Wendy Robison was lonored at a community show- er held in the Coaldale United Church Hall recently. Approximately 50 friends at- :ended. Mrs. Ivan Meyers was mas- er of ceremonies. Mrs. D. C. (Vera) Lloyd sang to the Rainbow. A recitation, Albert and the Lion, was given by Mrs. The- resa King. Also entertaining were Melody Handley, Roberta Harrison and Jean Graham. song Grasmere Couple Honored FERNJE (HNS) Mr. an Mrs. Douglas McDonald Grasmero were recently hpno ed by their families and friem on the occasion of then- 25t wedding anniversary. Everyone gathered at th home of Mr. and Mrs. And McDonald for a buffet dinne; They went to the Grasmer Community Hall for a recep tion at which the couple wa presented with a complete se Receives B.A. George Zaychuk, 345 lake, side Drive, North Bay, Onlario, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Zaychuk, Kipp, Alberta, was graduated from Laurentian University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in geography. The manager of Kerns Jewelry Ltd., North Bay, Mr. Zaychuk 'holds diplomas in walchmaking, jewellery and gemmology. Mr. Zaychuk is married !o the former Elizabeth Gergesha and they have orte son, Alexander, nnd one daughter. Nina. Mr. Zaychuk intends to continue this fall towards a Masler Degree. of silver flatware- Peter Bole made the presentation on to half of the members of th community. Members of the 4-H club orated the hall. Lunch was served by wome of the community. Then every one danced to the music c Jerome Thielen and D o u Woodman. Flat Race Meet TABER (HNS) The annual lat race meet this year will eature a 350 yard sprint for wo-year-olds, colts born in 19C8 and wide interest is being hown. .The ponies run at 2 p.m, londay, Aug. 3, at the Taber odeo grounds. The recent meeting of the 'aber Rodeo Committee, race ponsors, planned a fast mov- ng, classy performance. Ground crews will be out this giving final dressing to 10 track, repairing vandal amage to the ticket booth, nd cleaning the grandstand cals. Gatekeepers, starters, track alrol, judges, announcer, odds- akers, and ticket office help ere appointed for the pari- utuel betting. ing on my Head and It's a Big, Wide, Wonderful World. Piano accompaniment was by Mrs. Robert Harrison. Mrs. Peggy McCann conduct- ed a jumble letter contest. It was won by Mrs. Les Handley. Assisting the honored guest in opening her gifts were Mrs. Wayne_ (Pam) Stewart, Miss Elizabeth Robison, a sister of the bride-to-be, Gayle Tsujiura and Jean Graham. A lunch was served by the hostesses. Co-hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Ivan Mey- ers, Mrs. Peggy McCann, Mrs. Wayne (Pam) Stewart, Mrs. D. C. (Vera) Lloyd, Mrs. Robert Harrison, Mrs. Donald Ober and Mrs. Alan Graham. Miss Robison will marry Arthur Nishimura Sunday, Aug. 2, in Coaldale. principal was and Mr De advised of the acceptance re 'ne new subdivi- sion, byl SHORTS OF LOTS the shortage o; lots was also Municipal clerk LoroWontemurro was asked to epte negotiations for the acction of Crow's Nest In- dus property across t h e higy from Sparwood for fu- turlevelopment of housing lot! Edition council passed a reson r'ecinding an earlier deci to give Len Bice first rig'of refusal on 10 lots aci the street from his pro- poshopping center. Bp Scott is to be advised thi 21 is available for fori by the Anglican and Urj Churches. Tliis lot pre yiq designated for a park- ing has been released for1 chi use. The parking lot has behoved to lot 47. jig Mayor Earl Tabor re- poj that the community or- gaf for the district, Dick ClJ arrived July 14. will be Fespon- sito a community develop- consisting of repntatives from the organ- izas sponsoring his activi- ite tcil as a sponsor was asito nains two representa- tivior the committee. Alder- Altomare and Alex Wr volunteered to serve on thimmittee. 3 Injured In Crash TABER (HNS) J. Frank Burbank returned to Taber re- cently from Dickinson, N. Dak., where his wife, one of three people injured in an automo- bile accident, is in hospital. It was a single car accident 2.8 miles east of the Taylor in- terchange on 1-94. Listed in critical condition in it. Joseph's Hospital is Derel West, 57, of Picture Butte. His rife June West, 58, the driver of the car is listed in fair con- dition. Mrs. West's sister Mrs. Dean Jurbank of Taber is also listed in fair condition. Shauna Bullock, 13, of Leth- ddge, was treated and releas- ed front hospital. According to the highway pa- rol the West vehicle was head- ng east on 1-94 when the mis- ap occurred. The vehicle, a model, 'as listed as a total loss. Mr. West, formerly of Ray- lond, is an employee of Cana- ian Sugar Factories Ltd. at icture Butte. New Meters (LDALE (HNS) Cal- gafower Ltd. has installed deid meters in all the busi- nes s t a b lishments in tte tov T Coaldale Centennial Li- bravas included and will re- CCB higher power bill, offi- Over 80 Club Euter tallied CLARESHOLM -Tile Over 80 Ciub was recently royally entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Connor of Fort Macleod. The gathering was sponsored by Roy Woodworlh of Cham- pion who furnished the steaks for a delicious barbecue served by Mrs. Connor to the follow- ing guests: Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Connor and Jack Mitchell of Fort Mac- leod; Martin Du Hamel of Lethbridge; Mrs. lola Durum of Laurel, Mont.; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whipple of Pinchei' Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ely of Claresholm. Jack Mitchell supplied won- derful oldtime music on the harmonica. Those attending were long- time residents or homestead- ers of southern Alberta. Congratulations were extend- ed to Denzil Connor on his 81st birthday and also to his broth- er Thornton, 79. Dean Cofcll. Team members arc Ernest Grarison, .1 a c o b Sleinbrcnner, Wally Zielinski, Mike Girbav, Av Granson, Tim Shcndruk, Ross Cofell, Harry Gocrtz, Neil Cofell, Harold Goerzen, Herman Gcworsky, Henry Bergen, Joe Kaval and Pat Shendruk. St. Joseph's was second. Revamp Schools Pay For Slope OOALDALE (HNS) Resi- dents wishing to obtain an ac- cess to then- driveway and having a square sidewalk in front of (fneir property must pay for the cost. The amount required is It must be submitted with the application requesting the change. All sidewalks built in recent years have been rounded along the edge facing the street. Years ago the practise was ID have square sidewalks and slope them where there were driveways existing or expected Council has decided those re- questing the access by chang- ing the slope must pay for it. BLAIRMOBE (CMP Bureau) Blairmore Central Ele- mentary School and Cameron School at West Coleman being closed, and the new consoli- dated high school being opened at Coleman, the school setup in the Crowsnest Pass is under- going a drastic reorganization to take effect Sept. 1. As a result, school mainten- ance staff has been engaged in a furniture, equipment, and book moving project since the close of the school term at the end of June. All useable equipment from the Blairmore Elementary School as been moved to belle Sellon School, formerly the high school, which is being refitted for classes up to and including Grade 8. At Coleman, equipment has been transferred from Camer- on School to the Coleman cen- tral school, which will be oc- cupied by Grades 1 and 2, and to Horace Allen School, for Grades 3 to 8. Meanwhile, it has been an- nounced by the school board, some areas in the new Crows- nest Consolidated High School will not be ready for occupancy for Sept. 1, originally the com- pletion date. As of this date, 12 classrooms are completed, but it is expect- ed that additional areas includ- ing the business education rooms will be ready by Sept. 1. The home economics room, industrial arts shops, gym, and sjniphiHifiatTe will be the last areas Io be completed. At present, new equipment and furniture purchased for the new high school have been moved from storage areas into the high school and are being set up as the r'ooms are being completed. VISIT IIANEYS IRON SPRINGS (HNS) VIr. and Mrs. L. K. Haney have lad as their guests during the last week Miss Susan Gfier, Elaine Gtllingham, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Geer, all of Duncan. B.C. Pitch Shoes COALDALE (HNS) Horse- shoes pitching competitions for the County of Lethbridge area 'ere held here recently. First and second place win- ners were Alvin Dyck and Ed- ward Reiter. They will represent the coun- :y at the horseshoe finals at the Southern Alberta Summer Games Aug. 10 to 13 at Pinch- er Creek. 3PEN NEW CIVIC BUILDING-Magrath's new Civic Building was officially opened Alvin Bullock on the town's recent 7 1st birthday. "As long as people take pride inir town there is no excuse for them said the Cardston MLA. "Improvements hshem stay alive." Cilizens inspected the library and town office rooms under the gunce of Mayor Swen Jensen and councillors. Councillor Mark Dahl drew praise for thmdscaping around the building. Architect Norman Fookes of Lethbridge donated thtoque. "lur World From An Armchair Jensen Praises Band VISIT COUPLE NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mr. nd Mrs. Earl Pitts of Belling- am, Wash., were recent .visit- rs at the home of his brother, eorge Pitb and Mrs. Pitts. MMTH (HNS) Mayor Sveniscn welcomed citizens and ws to Magrath's 71st High birtln celebration. He miinentied the Schodarching band for its spleni demonstrat ion on Main from 8 (o 9 a.m. "Wre specially proud o[ this cinplishment after sev- eral irs without n town said. MayJensen also drew at- tentioto the recent land- scapinrouud the new Civic Building. Councillor Mark Dahl was responsible for planting under the direction of architccl Ron Ehlert of Edmonton. Tribute was given building architect Norman Fookes who donated the plaque by the door. President Harold Boucher then expressed appreciation to all for the hew library. MRS. TAYLOR Smarted by Mrs. Sadie Taylor in 1937, a portrait now honors Irer memory. J. A, Spencer's portrait is also there for his service of 20 years as board chairman. Mrs. Emma Coleman was honored as the first librarian and Mrs. Phoebe Norton as the present librarian. Mrs. Blanche Holman is dili- gent in her duties as secretary. Mr. Boucher invited all to in- spect the new library and enjoy 'U facilities. "There is a lovely children's corner and adults cnn tour the vorld from an he stated enthusiastically. Friday, July 31, 1970 THE tETHBRIBGE HERAID 3 Finest Quality Foods at Savings PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING, SATURDAY, AUG. 1 Canada Grade "A" Frying Chicken Fresh Frozen ib. BURN'S PART SKINNED Smoked Hams 'Va 59 8 6 TOP VALU CLEAR OR PINK Lemonade YORK FANCY, ASSORTED ,ins White Granulated SUGAR 25-lb. bag TOP VALU, ASSORTED Canned Pop YORK FANCY Peaches YORK CHOICE Tomatoes ,A 12 3 28-oz. tins O lot 1.00 I York Reconstituted APPLE JUICE 48-oz. tins GIANT SIZE Tide 10c off 95' Canada No. 1 TOMATOES Vine Ripened California Enter World's Largest Fishing Derby B.C. SALMON DERBY-AUG. 15 16 Win a trip for 2 vio CP Full Details at IGA. Watch for our ad in every Monday's Herald Now 2 extra of specials each weekl WE RESERVE THE KIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;