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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June 8, WO 1HL- U1HBRIDGE HERALD 3 Tourney Winners NOBLEFOHD (Special) Those from Noblcford success- fill in the Knchaul CJolf Tour- nament recently, were Goi'lon Lucbia, consolallr.il in I li championship; Wally secoixl in the fourth; Phil daf fney, consolation in the fifth. Station Ready PINCHEK CHEEK (Special) The new Town of 1'int.hci Creek Police building will soon be ready for .occupancy. The building an asset to the town is located on Main St., west and has cells for men and women prisoners, cilices for the RCMP, a garage end the courtroom, located on the sec- ond floor. The courtroom lias already been in use for the past month. Form Trap Club AID HOSPITAL Mrs D C. (Vera) Lloyd, president of Ihe Coaldale Community Hos- pital Women's Auxiliary, 'presents a cheqOe from the auxiliary to Frank P Wiens, hos- pital administrator. The money will assist the hospital purchase the portable x-roy ma- chine also shown.______________________. ver Set For jointly with the Colomnn Curi- ng Chili for a two day carni- j val lo be held in the Colcman l h .skating arena on June 2f< and d line 27. Proceeds raised from the venture arc lo he used for a'dents hivi liiiC rink, i Mayor John Hnlyk will hiive a I [I'dun- 'golden qiportur.ily l'i sipiare ihiimr, j Ihings as Mayor llolyk has in- d a li- will lake h's lurn on sent of dunk lank. .-i The will star! al 7 p.m. rnd will run ills c( the uii'il midnighl. The "dunking snomors have indicated numy I'ess row f'.a'i ef chance will he v.-ilh-.featured :il Ihe I wo day event. lie First One Sold NATAL. B.C. (IINSl Al a prc'-OiHk public mi-cling at Natal rccenl- j home ly, Leo Nimsick. NDP MLAjtha! Ihe IK for Ihe Kootcnay Hiding, ad-j vised Natal property owners i not to he intimidated and force j the Regional District of Easl FORT iUACLKPD Koctenay to expropriation and i firs! nrilrle 11 final resolve by arbitration on lured si N'ni-iii We-t the matter cf just paymcni. Ltd. He said there is no judge in I Maclcod Branch' was the land who would offer such a ridiculously low price as Western tale., lovervlhir.g lo Rain and milling added lo lo'sc by being expropriated, h a (I On pollution. Mr. Nimsick 'said I here is loo much lip ser .vice and ixjl enough is beinc 'done to contain this problem. games which will irehido Iraek field: compelii.ive swim- ming: equestrian events; div- ing, arehcry, trnp shooting, small bore rifle shifting, e'-Tpcl'hoi; and faslball (slju pitch' events. objective ef :he summer games is lo onceiirage a grass rooks sp-erts program involving (he greatest number of people their tion- FORT MACLEOD In July afternoon by Mrs. N. Finder; the 'Over 60's" tlianked the la- it was! and Miss Dc.nna Pearson were dies for an enjoyable aitei- neon. It is the'intent of the ledge to make this an annual affair. previously owned by Harvey; B'tmrassa. Honor Fosters Musical Review NOBLEFOUD (Special l A goixi lumber of parents and in- terested persons were on har.d spoils mod beneficial but not prcr-cnlly established in Alberto region. I The games are aivo lo eiv j courage local, regional and ENCHANT (IKS) A show-! area paviieipalion and cooper- Shower Held for the combined tap dance in and piano review held n.1. Ine ___________'____ ci-was held in the hall in Ircrt Maclood Lodge No. 28 akl Turgeon. PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Noble Central School Auditor-1 chose to a ln capacities In honor cf the 57th wedding lium featuring the pupils of; of Mr. and Mrs. ;Diane Erickscn and Mrs. Eve-; George Fester, a family gather- jlyn Konynen-belt. "A remote control clay pi- geon trap" capable of 30 yards distance was obtained in Mon- tana by club officials. Norm Davis and Gilbert Eagleson. With such energetic or- ganizers this venture is hound to be; one of Fort Maeleod's most, successful. Clinic Opens NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The and Dr. Fred Lujidgren had its Blunt's u r s i n g Home and i _1_ _1_ from the community. Highlights cf the afternoon was the Music classes of Mrs. Marj'orie Hart. (Grade five and six There were 75 and they sang and danced. The dance steps were composed by the children and done lo 'Rain- drops are falling en your head'. The entire group then sang 'The Happy Wanderer'. Win Degrees NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Three students from Natal and six from Fernie were among the receiving degrees at the University of British Columbia. Natal graduates were Maria Strawberry lea NOH'LEFOliP I Special) Judy Fcldbusch opened the I gifls." in co-operation Persons wishing infor- nation or interested in taking ing was held at the hcme of the E. Altomare, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Joe Altomare; Doug- las John Chala, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Chala; and Rita tranceway has been built be- tween the two buildings, for easy access for Ihe doctors to the hospital and the facilities of the hospital which the doctors use. Inside the clinic are two of- fices, one for each doctor, a minor surgery which is also used by Dr. Luzcd as an exam- ining room, an examining roam for Dr. Lundgren and a room w'hich serves as a dis- pensary and as a laboratory. Mrs. Joyce Cook of Minton- Cook Pharmacy of Fernie mans the dispensary. Rusnpus Room Carpet Famous Outdoor fibre with rubber back. Idea! for rumpus rooms. 4 colors only. MATERIAL ONLY ,49 50. YD. Revelstoke BUILDING MATERIALS Corner 3rd Ave. ond 17th St. S. Phone 327-5777 Mrs. D. MacDcnald, Mrs. M. IC Linnell, Mrs. F. Downing of N .tal; Sally A. Mrs. A. Davis. Stewart, Donald M. McRitchie, Piano selections during the and Leslie Caldwell. PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The system of garbage col- The Picture Butte town comi- Meeting got under .way last cil lias set the mill rate at 73 month with pickup each Wed- mills, the same as in 1069. The business mill rate wil. also remain the same at 15 mills. The recent 1970 budget in- cludes capital expenditures for paving, a storm sewer system, cesday. The council declared Aug. 3 as a Civic holiday. In other business, first read- ing was given to a bylaw which will authorize the council to borrow from the Alber- ta Municipal Finance Corpora- water and sewer extensions, dressing room for the skating I n rink and major repairs to the j ,fhe of w_ Mchl.mann Library Building. to demolish the old McMillan The 1970 property assessment is an increase of building was accepted. Kent Hage had his tender to demo! ish the Jack Reeder building 275 from 1969. It was decided the business ted. section of Jaoiieson Ave. and i M chrcnU. was Oak St. and the portion o commended by ctmncil {or Ws Rogers Ave. from Highway I erfciis jn lhan Ave. to Centre St. be in Ule 1970 plied with coldmis paving in 1970. Council also approved a plan for the numbering of streets. The avenues in the town will remain with their present names, with the properties be- ing re-numbered to coincide with the street numbers. which was recently sponsored APPLICATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1970 FOR THE POSITION OF CLEANING WOMAN At the Isabella Sellon School For particulars please phone 562-2588. Please address all enquiries to; THE SECRETARY-TREASURER, CROWSNEST PASS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 63, BlAtRMORE, ALBERTA. ,by the Picture Butte and Dis- Itrict Chamber of Commerce. Council also received a report from the Picture Butte Golf Club on the progress being made on the proposed purchase the Golf Course property. The Golf Club is presently sell- ing shares lo raise funds to pur- chase this properly. Ben Nyhof wos appointed as inspector of chemical spraying under the Agriculture Chemi- cals Act. Mayor Alex. Chromk. council- lor Barton Watson and the sec- rotary, Harpo Moriyama will i be attending the municipal re- fresher course in Banff on June '8, 9 and 10th. aarams in Canada? Your good taste! It's easy to understand why. Superb blend. Easy taste and easy to look at. Plus the Seagram name and quality. The proof? That's easy, too! easy CANADIAN RYE WHISKY Mr. and Mrs. Charley Murray. A decorated cske set off the buffet supper. Mr. and Mrs. Foster were presented with a large bouquet of flowers. Shannon Spencer made the The Ladies AuxikEry to it presentation io Miss Erickscn Royal Canadia and Sandra Pike made a simi- have set Ihe da lar presentation to Mrs.'nual strawberry for Konynenbelt en behalf of the afternoon of June assembled pupils. INoblcfcrd Legion Hall. in thc.Iiam Fcklbusch in Lethbridge i this month. THE HIGH ONE Tile Indian name for Alaska's Mount McKinlcy is which means "Ihe high one." The famous T. Eaton Company goes way back to 1869. We go back a bit further to 1864. This was even before the nation's founding fathers had got together at Charlottetown. It was early spring, March 18th. The place was London, Ontario. On that day 25 pioneer businessmen climbed the steps to the room above MacFie's Store and founded the company that is now Canada Trust. Our first office was just behind that store. Now of course, both MacFie's Store and our first office are gone.- But the original idea born at that meeting still lives on in our present company philosophy; "To bring the maximum amount of energy and in- telligence to bear on the project in order to most effectively serve the client." It can't die. It just keeps getting better. For the more we grow, the more service we are able lo provide. This is why we're now one of Canada's largest 'trust companies, with more branches coast to coast ihan anyone else. If you have a financial need of any kind, no matter how complex or small, we can likely service that need for you. We're as close as your phone... or visit any of our offices. Anytime. CANADA TRUST ;