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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 THl lETHBRIBGE HERAID Wednoidnv. 7, HUNT FOXES Raymond Hart conducts a fox-hunlina operation near his ranch west of Claresholm. Red foxes were raidin 9 Mr. Marl's chicken runs. The was found and half a dozen young fox pups dsslroyed. The older foxes escaped the bounds by swimming Ihe creek. -Paul Andersen Photo Livingston graduates honored COWLEY (HNS) The Liv- ingstone graduation celebration was held in the Cowley Com- munity Hall with all members of the class of 1972 on hand. Other guests beside the par- ents included Mr. and Mrs. B. Frankscombe, Ken McDowall, llr. and Mrs. John Sekella, Mr. and Airs. Laurie Blackburn and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Weekes. Principal Peter fwasiuk wa master of ceremonies class pin was presented to Mr. Blackburn in appreciation o! his assistance over the years. -for demolition of (HNS) At Ihe the date of Sept. 30. payments of il% meeting of the District established lo vacate council, a report and council ratified given three readings jt of a recent meeting readied al bylaw establishing council and the of the urban conditions for ttic urban rerewal and an sanctioned the and for the establishment of the curling rink in given to a bylaw advisory planning April, a parcel of land at partners in the for a future response to a letter federal, provincial and Spanvood. The land Union of British governments, is owned by the council that the and is located indicate a preference r be responsible for Elkford highwav from for public officials this year of the Valley Trailer Court. manner presently used, arena. The District of has been given two-year terms with also agreed to prepare al a council of half the council of the skating arena to The alternatives set under readings were given terms with eleclions i the annual budget for the council positions every also agreed at of Sparwood and to a and three-year it' to demolish the to establish mill rates. elections of the at the expiry of the which are subject every three and to prepare that on re-consideration of I In a rare split vote of the specifications of bylaw, are tentatively mayor was called upon Council will also be for municipal the method of sale of for the upkeep mills for school iii upper Spanvood. Tlie of tlie rink during mills for hospital question was that lease .02 mills for the by council for settled at a for a total of of the resident meeting was the engineer. The lot for the mill rate is up 5.24 for sale when the Natal Kinsmen the tax bill last year. was moved to the The disposition of the breakdown was lols in lower was left in the hands of the Regional District of for municipal, 32.94 mills for education, 2.57 mills for there has been con siderable interest in this C the and .01 mills for the a two year period for the urban authority. The rates to determine an also sets as the for the sale of the v meeting also asked amount of motion to sell the lot to and a District of Spanvood for a bylaw which bidder resulted Paul Andersen Phots 60TK ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dickinson of Claresholm cul the cake for their 60th wedding anni- versary. II was a happy occasion attended by more lhan 200 friends and relatives. They received greetings from Prime Minister Trudsau and Premier Peter Lougheed. They play an active role in Ihe community. mitment on vacating of the given three readings was the three-three tie of council anil i----- public works garage in Natal, indemnity bylaw for the mayor the mayor voted in favor of the At the regular meeting of coun- and aldermen which calls for motion. Choosing a gifted appliance? At Simpsons-Sears it's as easy as 1 -2-3. 1 First, if fame is the name ol the game for you, you'll find all the most popular of famous C.G.E. and Sunbeam brand-name appliances at ourslore. Chances are you'll see just the one you want right here in one handy place. And that makes shop- ping so much easier, right? C.G.E. Can Openef Ice Crusher............. 29.98 59.98 C.G.E. 7-speed Blender 64.98 2 Second. Price can be a big thing when you're deciding what appliance to buy. So we've gotten together a selection of appliances that give you the one you want when you want one for less. And that makes living within your budget a lot easier! Electric Can-Opener Everyday low pries 9.98 Kenmore Hand Mixer 8.98 2-Speed Blender Everyday low price 11.98 3 Third-and best of all- there's our own Kenmore brand...a great buy at regular price and absolutely sensational at these special sale prices! Made especially for us by well-known nation- al manufacturers. Backed by our 1-year immediate re- placement guarantee. Kenmore Electric Sharpener Keg. 14.99 Kenmorft Table Mixer-Reg. 29.99 Kenmore 7-speed Pulse-action Blender Reg. 29.99 Lots of other great buys too on display in our appliance department, SIMPSONS-SEARS QUALITY COSTS NO MORK AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. to p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Village. Telephone 328-9231 Juniper Day School soon to be occupied CHANBROOK (Special) A major local Incenlives Pro- j e c I approved at Cranbrook, Juniper Day School for retard- ed adults and children, will be ready for occupation within a few weeks, building chairman Henry Main reports. It was undertaken by Cran- brook b r a n c h of the Society for Handicapped Children as permanent location for the school it has operated half-days for the past 17 years in the United Church Hall. Its enrolment at present Is about a dozen who have expert instruction to their maximum I ability. Cost estimate was for Ihe two floor building in Bal- ment Park facing 171 h Ave. off North Second St. LIP job grants supplemented the sub- stantial building fund already established through short of final objective. Currently Seeds of Hope mailed distribution proceeds for t h e building are coming in slowly. The branch is affiliated in the United Appeal but only for operating expenses. Recent substantial gifts for equipping the school include a new stove and fridge from the Lady Lions, and a cash contribution from the Auxiliary to the Associated Ca- nadian Travellers. The branch believes Its seeds mailers proceeds will cover Uw rest of the capital deficit. Warner WI answers roll with item about Nova Scotia WARNER regu- lir meeting" of the Warner Women's Institute was held re- cently al the home of Mrs. Anne Troidl, with Miss Pauline Trotdl as co-hostess. The roll call, an item of In- terest about our twin province of Nova Scotia, was answered by 12 members and three vis- itors. Delegates lo the Warner con- stituency conference to be held Juno 16 al Cardston will be Mrs. Winnie Dustin and Mrs. Ethel Herbst. Mrs. Edna Carr reported that more than 800 pounds of good, used clothing had been sent to the Unitarian Service Commit- tee, Salvation Army and Alber- ta Hospital. Discussion followed lo plan entertainment for Ihe patients Credit Union headquarters a I Sparwood NATAL (HNS) Sparwood is slated to become the head- quarters for a Credit Union serving the area from the South Country to Elkford. This decision was made re- cently when the former p'ernie Credit Union, with about 000 assets, decided to dissolve and amalgamate with a credit union to serve the en larged area including Sparwood and Elkford. The group plans lo have ful facilities with checking ser vices. It will initially be lo- cated ir, Spanvood with brand offices in Ihe future in Fcrnie and in Elkford. At the last meeting a slate of officers and directors were elected. Elected were: E. Wil- son of Fernie, president; Vince Morelli of Elkford, vice-pres- ident and directors John Dcs- jardins, Len B. Bourne and Ezner DeAnna of Spanvood; M. Solanskl of Fcrnie and Bill Coll of Galloway. A credit committee of tliree members was also elected. For tlie next meeting of the new credit union on -June 22, the Cental office in Vancouver will supply personnel to help the new group become estab- lished. The existing era lit union has a membership of 125 but the expanded group will be holding a membership drive during the summer months to Increase the membership. t the Alberta Hospital tonrn- ime in June. Mrs. Catherine Drake report- xl attending a meeting in Ray- mond to plan entertainment for the c i t i z e n s of Ridgeview Lodge during the coming year. The annual strawberry tea, sake sale and white elephant iale will be held at the lodge in June 22. Each contributing own is responsible for five ar- icles for the bake sale. Ar- icles for the white elephant sale are to be left at the horns of Mrs. Catherine Drake. A letter from Mrs. Lillian Dangerficld, constituency con- vener, outlining the program for the conference, was read. A picnic supper and tour at he Alva Bair home was plan- ned. Delegates will give their conference reports at this meeting, as there will be no meetings until September. As entertainment, Mrs. Jean Carr read two humorous poems. Debbie N i 1 s s o n introduced Kelly Sclk. She gave a report of Ihe May meeting of the War- ner Jolly Janes Girls Club. The Jolly Janes will hold their an- nual strawberry tea and achievement day" Wednesday, June 14. The tea prizes were won by Mrs. Pat Hutchinson and Mrs. Leah Warburton, a new mem- ber. Four Brownies NATAL (HNS) Four Tweenies were recenlly enrol- led into the first and Second Spanvood Bro'.vnie Packs. Rosemarie Dubois was enrol- led in the First Pack and Tracy Peterson, Karla Moro and Leah vVod enrolled in tne Second Pack. In the first pack Margarets Pereira passed her Golden Hand. Proficiency badges were also awarded to members in both packs. These included Joanne Chal- mers, Jackie Northey and Karen McPherson, book-lovers badges; Karen McPherson, thrift badge; Lynn Mercereau, music badge; Susan Nowotny, toy-maker badge and Sharleen DeAnna, artist badge. TOP MAN UNITED NATIONS (AP) Ambassador Paul J. I'. Lusaka has become Zambia's perma- nent UN representative. ;