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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta __ Tuesday, Jun COUPLE HONORED Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Galvon of Blairmore are shown as they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Friends Honor Blairmore Couple BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) and Mrs. Joseph Martin Galvon, Blairmore oldtimers were honored at a reception in the Catholic Hall in Belicvue re- cently when more than 100 of their friends gathered to mark the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary. Trout Pond Backed By Women TURIN (HNS) The Turin Fish and Game Association re- ceived a donation of from the Turin Handicraft. Mrs. Clarence (Margaret) Jorgenson, president of Turin H and icraft, presented Law- rence Deimuth, president of Turin Fish and Game, with the cheque. This donation will be added to other donations of cash, grain, and livestock from the public. Raffle and bingo games sponsored by UK fish and game association have also been held. These funds will go towards the fish and game association's present project the construc- tion of the Turin Trout Pond. NEVER BEFORE TRUCKLOAD t COLORTV AT A SENSATIONAL SALE PRICE Thurs. thru Sot. June 11, 12 and 13 A son Fred, acted as master of ceremonies, and called on Itev. Jim Hagel who gave his blessing after which John Figura of Blairmove address- ed the gathering in Slovak. Con- gratulations were read from Premier Harry Strom and Lieutenant Governor Grant McEwen. The couple was pre- sented with numerous gifts from their friends. Mr. Galvon and his wife, Rose, both 71, were married in Terstena, Orava, Slovakia Feb. 3, 1920. The couple migrated to Canada in December and came to Blairmore in Septem- ber 1927 where they have re- sided since. Mr. Galvon worked in the Greenhill mine at Blairmore for 34 years, retiring in June 1963. He is a member of the First Catholic Slovak Union and the Canadian Slovak So- ciety and Mrs. Galvon is a member of the CWL. The couple has two sons, Fred of Drayton Valley and Martin of Calgary, and two' daughters, Mrs. J. (Annie) Funfer of Calgary and Mrs. F. (Albina) Ducheraer of Edmon- ton and 16 grandchildren. A son Joe died in Calgary. FOREMOST most's second annual Maverick M di (Iras, a sensational hit in 19159, will again take place on Farmer's Day weekend, June 12 and 13. An added attraction this year is the 4-11 calf show awl sale on Friday. The Pronglwrn and Shorlgrass Beef Clubs will stage their .show in the mor- ning and the sale in the after- neon. wo clays of rodeo are sched- uled. On Friday the action commences at (i p.m. Street dancing and a street carnival will follow at p.m., follow- ed by a rodeo queen fashion show at 10 p.m. This year there are six queen contestants .sponsored by differ- ent o r g a n i rations. Foremost 46 Reuters To Be Evicted NATAL. B.C. (HNS) At a recent District cf Sparwood council meeting it was made known to council by Aid. Earl Tabor in his meeting with the Regional District of East Krotenay reporting that the RDEK plans to evict approxi- mately 40 people from homes they are renting in Natal. Aid. Tabor also made it known to council that the re- gional district had passed a resolution to drop the urban re- newal program ss cf Dec. 31, 1970, and that the District of Spanvood would have to han- dle it after that date. Council feels there is no pos- sible way that it can handle the job. This action taken by the RDEK, as told by Aid. Tabor, resulted from the type of co- operation tile regional district had received in handling the urban renewal program. It was also stated that the RDEK was tired cf having the people cf Natal undermine them. COALDALE The Barcns- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-sehool clinics: NOBI.EFORD Wednesday, June 10, in the School from to p.m. VAUXHALL Wednesday, June 10, in the L. B. Thomson School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COAUMI.K T h u r s day, June 11, in Ihe Health Unit Of- fice (upstairs in t h e Town Of- fice Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. June 11, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. SHAUGHNESSY Friday, June 12, in the legion Hall from to p.m. Trip To England IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. C. W. Richardson is now visiting with relatives in Eng- land. Before leaving she enter- tained Second World War brides from England and was also feted at a gccd-bye parly at the home of Mrs. E. H. Reiter. WINS CERTIFICATE Mrs. Elmer (Ida) Wiens receives a certificate from the Canadian Red Cross Society for her service as a volunteer for the past 10 years. Mrs. Wiens is a Grade 4 teacher al the John Davidson School in Coal- dale. Ichio vice-principal of the school, is making the presentation. Tyrnburski Photo. WI Conference June 10 Perfect for patio, den, kitchen and bedroom. GRAIN IN TRADE ONLY HAS IT! SMITH'S rot? 236 13th St. N. Phone 328-2235 Main Street, Coaldale Phono 345-3272 WARNER (HNS) Tile Warner WI held its regular meeting Wednesday, June 3, in the Warner Memorial Library with 15 members and two visitors present. They answer- ed the roll call "where I would like to spend my vacation." Correspondence included a 'thank you' letter from the Sal- vation Army for clothing re- ceived; a 'thank you' note frcrni Mrs. .K Pittman who has been ill; and a 'thank you' from Mrs. C. Anderson for remembering her in the loss of her brother- in-law, recently. Treasurer reported a bank balance of Plans were completed for the constituency conference which will be held in the Elks Hall at Warner June 10. Registration starts at a.m. Conference begins at 10 a.m. A special speaker will be in attendance at the afternoon session, speak- ing on 'The Youth of Today.' The public is invited to attend this afternoon session. Social service convener Mrs. A. Stromsmoe reported 620 pounds of used clothing already distributed to various outlets and more to go. Mrs. E. Slotwda, citizenship convener, gave a paper on "Human Rights" What is our birth right? How does it apply to the human race? CWL Meets ENCHANT CWL met at the home of Mrs. Eliza- beth Jakubczyk. The roll call was answered by nine members and there was one visitor. A birthday cake was made by the hostess for three mem- bers who had birthdays in May. They were Carmen Dor chak, Emily Dutchak and Mrs Magella. The door prize went to Lari Goughntmr. CLOSES SHOP John Thompson of John's News Stand in Taber sells his final Lethbridge Herald as he prepares to close shop Saturday night. He hai been Herald agent for 22 years, and now retires as he nears his 88th birthday. Born in Minneapolis, he was an oilfield worker for about 10 years and when his eyesight failed in 1947 he open- ed the newsstand. Gibb Photo June Lions Club, sponsors of the an- festivity have Paula Ziclkc as llii'ir choice. iUarlenc Chesncy is the can- dicfate from KUikom K o p ing Keren llamling, sister of last year's urski Pholo. Michel, 'Nalol Clearing Deadline Dec, ion Notices T By NANCY JULES SPAKWOOD Canada's uni- que urban renewal project in Ihe Crowsnest Pass Southein T r a n s-Canada highway en- trance to Beautiful British Co- lumbia approved some five years ago will terminate De- cember 31. Its uniqueness was ent i r e clearance of a two-mile ribbon development clustered in a nar- row valley around a coal mme tipple backed by coke ovens and transfer of tile 800 resi- dents to better district environ- ment. the federal operations. This was undertook Coal Lid. era. undertook one-fourth cost the District of Spanvood i t s electoral area split the remaining fourth. P r o v i n cial advantage was clean-up of this eastern en- trance (o the province, at that lime already thoroughly pol- luted in air, soil and water with eoal dust from Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company Ltd. covering of (he cost. Resident were free to c h o s e. relocate 'vvhci c established Spanvood community, a few miles west, and Fernie some 15 miles further west, were natur- al relocation areas, and both have developed serviced resi- FOREMOST (Special) A bylaw passed by the village council in Foremast recently set up the Foremost Recrea- tion Board. The beard, consisting of five members, was set up to imple- ment and pursue a recreation program for Foremost. Those elected lo serve the first term are Vernon Arnold. chairman; Reinhold Karl, wee-chairman; Harry Calhrjun. secretary; Robert Kuhl and Ewald Zielke. The bylaw also provides for one council mem- ber, (Mayor one school board or school administration representative, (Mr. Z i e 1 k e) and three members of the pub- lic resident in Foremost. Regular meetings of the board have been scheduled for the town office at p.m. en the first Thursday each month. However, special meet- ings may be called by the chairman on twenty-four hours notice. Powers conferred upon the new body are wide. The board will be concerned with all mat- ters pertaining to equippping, with adequate sips, staffing public playgrounds, athletic fields, recreation centres, and ested in finding out the aims other recreational facilities j and membership requirements owned or controlled by the j cf more than sixty organiza- town. It must aim at develop- tions in Foremost, ing a broad range of recreation xiie board is fully aware of services .that will provide an ,he undertaking it opportunity for people of all j I ages to use their leisure lime profitably. This will include the making of any rules consider- ed necessary. The recreation hoard is to be. consulted on all matters affect- ing the development, mainte- nance and use of public rec- reation facilities. Whenever the leasing or selling cf village land used for such purposes is has, and is anxious to study other syslems already in opera- tion, and to seek professional cr owners have set up and con- tinued b a r d-core resistance. The May meeting of RDEK board has finally approved ser- ving eviction notices to these owners effective July 31. since serviced residential area for transfer is no'v nu'-re llwn ade- quate. Sparvoori rommunity, which centres the huge municipal dis- trict, is ncaring completion of model utilities including chlo- rinated-flnoridaiod water and distributed system, and a mod- ern sewaec system, while real estate developers hsve been working steatiih" at both Spar- and Fernie toward meet- ing tremendous demand for housing as Kaiser Coal Ltd. ad- vances through construction and development toward full in- dustrial production operations. The arliculate, hard-core re- stance wifh support of one of advise before making too many the Sparwo'id municipal coun- decisions. It was decided at the last meeting to invite recrea- tion expert Max Gibb cf Lcth- bridge to Fore most to advise the board at a mutually con- venient dale. It was a previous visit hv Mr. Gibb to Foremost laud used for such purposes is vitJL "luu ruu.-jiiu.ii proposed, the board is to be Lions Club in 1969 jhat set the consulted. The board is not designed to lake over the duties or respon- sibilities now being carried on by the various community or- ganizations. Rather, its aim is lo develop Incsc resources to the full; to assist with new and existing projects and to avoid duplication of services. All or- ganizations, public, private, civic, social and religious will j be encouraged in then- work. To this end a survey is shortly to be carried out by the hoard of all organizations within the ccmmimitv. The board is inter- wheels in motion for the rec- reation board. The establishment of areas of special need and concern is a priority, and the board is likely to call a public meeting in Ihe cillors, has been aimed at RDEK administrator Frank Bertoia, whom RDEK board has firmly supported and con- tinues to do so in this final phase toward conclusion cf the renewal plan by December 31, Some of the 45 owners are ap- parenfly awaiting completion of a 40-unit senior citizens hous- ing assembly plan at Spanvood to be rer.dy within a few weeks, while others are most reluc- tant to leave long-time homes near future for this purpose. 1 regardless of environment. Sports Day WARNER (HNS) The Warner Sports 'Day, June 12. will have a larger baking, flow- ers, handicraft competition and a display booth in the Warner School Auditorium. Those in charge are the Warner WI, FWUA, Royal Purple and the East Neighborhood Club. The Warner WI will donate a trophy for the most points in Ihe baking competition and the FWUA will donate a trophy for total points in tho other com- petitions. All entries roust be in by 9 a.m. Judging of floats starts at 10 a.m. and parade starts at Jl a.m. A news bul- letin is in the mail to each householder. July meeting Of the WI will be a four .of Sunburst Ceramics in Lelbbridge June 20. GRADUATES KEITH W. CSAWFORD, B.Sc, Re liis D.D.S. degree from the U of A of the annual convocclion in Edmonton. HG h the son o) Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Crawford of Burdett, Dr. .Crawford is married fo the fcr- I mer Donna Anderson Of Tor! M'. jd and Iliey hove one daughter. Crowsnest A NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux. Resident Rep., OlairmorB Plione 362-2149 These Are Herald Correspondents in Your Area L MAGRATH MRS. MIIDRED MARKER .-.0. 97 MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER P.O. Bon 329, Milk River MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. 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