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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -TueJcltiy, June 2, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 PICTURE BUTTE GRADUATION Seventy-five grad- uands of (lie Picture Butte High School gathered recently to hear Dr. Leroy McKenzie of the University of Lethbridge. Calvin Moriyama was valedictorian. Front row, left to right, are: Anne Tokunaga, Joanne Stronks, Carol Davis, Lorraine Anderson, Marianne Schimanski, Margo Vosse- belt, Dora Olson, Kathy Rettie, Patricia Hdughian, Ida VandeSteeg, Marian D'oban, Margaret Tyukodi, Patti Reeder and Dianne DeJong. Back row, left lo right: Brenda Silsbe, Cynthia Dunn, Heather Jorgensen, Dolores Caruso, Gladys Poits, Diane Stronskt, Shirley Dalgliesh, Elizabeth Vanden Dool, Gertrude Vender Lorna Mellow, Kathy Benson, Gloria Sosick, Debbie Stauth, Carol Swartz- enberger, Mary Perkovic and Helen Djordjevic. The Herald regrets faces oh the third and fourth rows were too small 1o permit clear reproduction. P. Johnston Photo. Holding Inspects Raymond Cadets Final Plans [N'ol, Yd I'rcscnlcd. Proposed Complex Causes Cone ersi another area for this development. At present there is another builder wishing to erect a shop- ping centre in Sparwcod re- gardless of whether or not the Lenrice complex goes up. This complex wil and require 13 to SI. 250.000 NATAL (HNS) Both the district council ajxi the plan- ning commission arc concern- ed about the Sparwowl shop- ping complex proposed by Len- ricc Engineering. The planning commission stated that to date there lias been no start made on the complex which has a completion date for the end of this year, and that final plans have net yet been presented. The; commission also states that the number of stores to be included in (he complex has not been verified, nor is it known what businesses are gcing to lea.se space. Council finds it cannot answer requests from o'her businesses interested in leasing space in the complex cannot properly advjse other businesses of competi- tion. Tliey ETC also concerned that Sparwood will lose otherwise interested people to Fernic and Blairmorc if soon evident. The planning commission has I stipulating when construction recommended that council con-j would commence, tact Lenrice Engineering and Until the agreement is signed type of j ntsscs expected in Uic com- plex. Clerk Montemurro said vestment. The enclosed shop- ping mall would contain not only leased premises but also cccupant-ou-ned premises. The planning commission has rec- ommended that council meet with the firm to discuss the project. Meantime, Len Mice, head of Lenrice Engineering, was in Sparwcod and held 1970. council's lawyers are expected man to have the agreement for signing scon. Problems of highway access have also added to Lcnricc's problems. The original plans called for Uvu access raids leading to Highway but de- spite a visit to Victoria to con- fer with Highways Department officials, only a single access will be allowed. This ruling forced re-designing of the firm's plans. In initial talks with council, the Lonrict' Company agreed to a completion date cf Dec. Over The. To At Cliiresiiol with Alderman Earl Tuber re- garding his proposed shopping centre. i Lcretta Moiitemurro, Spar- weed municipal clerk said the municipalities' lawyers have net yet presented Mr. Riee with arc not j an agreement on the deal. Such deal would include a dale CLAltrJSHOL.M