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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _____._ Saturday, June 13, IWO Tilt- LE7H6RIUGE HERALD 3 Approval Needed S !L COALDALE (IINS) Town Ier portion and for Hie council is proceeding with the water lines portion. legalities lo borrow approxi- mately for the north side water and scwcr program. Estimates from the engineer- ing firm informed council that the costs would be about The department of health has I given their approval. The next step to he under- pn. 000. Of tills for the sew- j it can proceed. pc. to approve the borrowing NoBi TABKR (IINS) No per- sonal blame attached to anyone by a coroner's jury here Thursday inquring into t he circumstances unrounding the death April 21 last of Wal- ler James Mav at Sun-Alta Po- Neiv Minister COALDALE (HNS) Rev. John Italics of Hanna has ac- cepted the call to serve as min- ister of the Coaldale U n it e d Church which is within the Chi- nook Co-operative Parish area. Rev. Monies will be in charge of a four point charge Coal- dale, Raymond, Picture Butte and Iron Springs. The uewly appointed minister and his family are expected to arrive in Coaldale early in July. Rev. Monies will officiate for the first time at the 11 a.m. service, July 5 in the Coaldale United Church. The congregations from Ray- mond, Picture Butte and Iron Springs will worship together with Coaldale for this sen-ice. Sewing Bee NOBLEFORD pro- gram of sewing and its prob- lems by the district home econ- omist Miss Elizabeth Bartman was held in the Noblcford Uni- ted Church basement with 35 la- dies attending. After a very in- formative talk on care, advant- ages and disadvantages of many materials new and old, Miss Bartmaii showed a series of slides. It is hoped that from this pro- gram that the ladies will de- cide to have courses this fall in anything pretaining to family life. lalo Processors Ltd., Taber. The six-man jury headed by foreman Anthony Zilinski re- ported: "We, the jury, find that Wal- ter James May met his death accidentally at approximately a.m. April 21, 1970 at the manhole site at, the Sun-Alta Plant, Taber, while attempting to rescue Alvin Martin. We, the jury, find no personal blame at- tached to anyone, but recom- mend that the Workmen's Com- pensation Board regulations be strictly adhered to in the fu- ture." The jury, comprising Clilfon West, Ronald Williams. Claude Leeks, Orvari (Slim) Koch, Ear Hall, and foreman Zilinski took 35 minutes to draw its conclu sions. The inquest was conducted by coroner Dr. C. J. W. Dick. ar< Tabor's police chief Gordon H Hacking questioned the infor- mants. Heavy Water Use COALDALE (HNS) Ron Low, councillor in charge of the water and sewer department in- formed town council recently that 800.000 gallons of water i, the average amount used in the town daily. This is the highest in the his- torv of Coaldale. The water- works is working to capacity. Councillor Low, with other coun- cillors, said that only rain would relieve the load. Holiday Aug. 3 COALDALE (HNS) The first Monday in August is to be a Civic Holiday. So said town council recently. This year the date will be August 3. SEPTIC TANKS STRONG CORROSION RESISTANT FI6ERGLAS! developed from space-age technology write for brochure tos ASPHALT PLASTICS LTD. Phone 435-3761 ALBERTA AREA CODE 403 4235-18 SI. Si. Phone 265-2381 Tanks-Cisterns.Cribbing-Pipe-Custom Plastic Fabricators: P covered. A continuation of this of activities particularly Saturday nights is expected in the beet hoeing -season now underway councillor Ucimcr indicated. NEW OFFICERS Kate Andrews High School in Coaldale recently held elections for the 1970-71 student council executive. The slate of officers is as follows: back row, loft to right Ed Nedza, Sporls Convenor; Ron Duda, vice-president; and Chris Pearson, Social Direclor; front row, left lo right Pat Boullon, Treasurer; Pat Oshiro, President and Mary Sleinko, Secretary. urge residents to report to the mentioned ovor (he council ta- INjIice any vandalism activity hie. Those who had over in- iiicv wilncsK. diilge'.i n n s u in i n g alcohol c Considerable damage a s i beverages to be picked lo councillor Ben lleimcr of recently ill local churches, in Hie slrcels ami gutters. Qtn police cninmissioii. most rccenlly' n number tlvn placed advised council recently i windows in Ihejlh'.' police cells until they r scout hall were smashed. Olhcr Ectivitics of (Icstrncton include the sprinkling systems on the Kale. Andrews High School grounds and harassing of Ihosc working with the sprinkling. Additional hell) is needed councillor Rcimcr stated lo po- COALDALI-; INKS) Conn- lice the town. Coaldale has a nllo Mile Bitul reported force of three full-time officers to to n inn it lh it the 1970 i and ono part time, side s 1 k program has been j Weekend over unhiding inci- rrm ilnlnd In the public works dents are definitely in the up- drp itnnnl surge also. On 3 recent Satur- hlnl (I 4 1 "i lineal feet of j it was necessary to idrwnlks cuib1- and gut- lers have been installed. Another lineal feel of sidewalks have been replaced. Other work including street sweeping is now being done. COALDALE (IINS) Inci- nts of vandalism in the town f Coaltiale have reached an all time high in number according Hunt Urn news media should Sidewalk Work Complete "tspiex COALDALE (HNSI Coun- cillor Frank F. Wiens represent- ing the town council on the County of 'Lethbridgc Southern Regional Recreation Board re- cently showed council several proposed sketches of the pro- posed Sportsplex. He pointed out the board's and the consulting architect's views engaged inary planning lies! location for the recreational facilities. The Sportsplex as proposed is to be built in stages. They in- planned tune, wd tor sometime j come. Hie curlms rink will be used. The town of Coaldale Golf Winners N 0 B L E FORD (Special! Those from the Keho Park Golf j Club, who were successful at i liie Picture Butle annual fjolf JTDurnamcnt were Karl Lang winniiiR the firft flight. Richard Dcimulh winning the third flight. Phil Gaffney winning second in the fiflh flight and Houn winning the fifth have four men on duty to bon- dle tire situation. Councillor Rcl- nier said the problems were such thai many could not be rents (wo sheets of ice every! flj t winter for public skating from clude: an open swimming pool i the Coaldale Curling Club. (which the town council ap- proved in principle quite some- i'me Attached to it will be the lobby, administration and in "the prelim-j.change room area to serve the on advantages arena or skating rink planned, then according to the architects sketch a curling rink is also in the projected planning. It is to the and disadvantages rious plans. It was decided by the board and the firm that the site of j replace the old curling rink at a the present curling rink is the i future date. In the mean- Councillor Wiens gave the fol- lowing estimates, with the em- phasis that they were prelim- inary estimated figures: for the Graduates COALDALE (HNS) Ham P. Batycky, B.Sc., of Cal- swimming pool the _arv recently" received his lobby, administration change; of education from the room area, arena university of Alberta at the 000: curling rink, 575.000; Convocation ceremonies plant for both the arena and curling areas another The total CRANBROOK B.C. (Special) More than a million dollars worth of construction is pro- ceeding at present in Cran- brook city limits. British Co- lumbia Contractors' Association lock-out of the past several weeks affects activities only of Leadingham Construction Ltd., though a good many of the rash of new projects are being built by the owners in anticipation of possible future labor tie-ups. Biggest project underway is at the business area section, Baker Street at lllh Avenue Confirmation FORT MACLEOD Rt. Rev. Morse L. Goodman, bishop of tile diocese of Cal- gary w a s at Christ Church (Anglican) on St. Barnabas Day, June 11. Those confirmed were: Wen- dy Gay Fisher, Patricia Leigh Davis, Slieree Mabel Webb, Catherine Robyn Patricia Les- lie, Alan Arthur Chell, John David Toogood, Daniel William Davis and Frank Albert Ducharme. Rector of Christ Church, Rev. E. R. Doyle assisted. A re- ception followed. 128-oi. ESTER S 80-oz, LOW VOLATILE 80-oz, MCP ESTER 5 gals. 80-oz. MCP AMINE 5 Available in 1 S gcil.r and 45 gal., sizes, a! any branch of Southern Alberta SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP ASSOCIATION LTD. HEAD OFFICE 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH LETMBRIDOE where a Calgary contracting firm is at the foundation siage of the new quarter-million col- lar Bank of Montreal building. Most advanced project is the Parkland School scheduled for fall occupation. The first building on King Street between the former Hos- pital and railway tracks, now in city limits, is underway. It's a concrete block'building for Cranbrook Tire Service Ltd. Kootenay Glass and Building Supplies Ltd. is building an of- fice and warehouse at a permit figure. The new F. W. Green Clinic medical dental building is at the framing stage on Baker Street. The Bishop Doyle property He ;s llle son of jjr. and Mrs. p. m. Batycky of Coaldale. Mr. Batycky will be teaching in a High School in Calgary this fall. He received his bachelor of science degree at the Pacifc University in Oregon Majoring in biology about a year ago. These Are [The Letltbtidge Herald Correspondents In Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O Box 148 CRANBROOK NANCY MltES (Special) ETZIKOM MRS. THEKLA EHNES FOREMOST GEOFF 304 5lh SI. Gen. Del, TAGG Box 38! FAITH MRS. THEKLA EHNES Gen. Del. Contact these people for your District Newi or Classified Advertising now becoming Cranbrook Rec- reation Centre, and just south of North Second Street on 20th Avenue Creighton Construction Ltd.'is completing site prepara- tion for its apartment building. Location is at the foot of the hill below Cranbrook Hospital. j In tlie Industrial Park just i north of Sixth Street, Interior j Pre-Fabs is well into its con- j crete block office building, w h i 1 e in the former hangar at the rear of its rail- way frontage location it simul- taneously is m a n u f a c luring scores of custom built houses to I individual specifications1 for de- livery ail over East Kootenay. This'firm is owned and operated j bv Don Mazur and Don Wilson. MAGRATH (HNS) Pan-1 and Shirley Johnson, orama 1970 was presented by Hems displayed by G r a d e s Magrath junior and senior high school for their annual fashion show. Models from Economics classes the Home performed before a Japanese background. Prelude music and accom- paniment during the show was by Misses Sharon Whitt aixl Denise Hamilton. Other musi- cals included a solo by Sharon Sam accompanied by Mrs. J. Hamilton and a trio by Misses Joy Barker, Sharon Gorham and Chrislal Barker accora- panied by Mrs. Dave Lowry. j Commentators for the eve- seven to nine included: blouses, j skirts, slims and dresses. Senior i high school girls modelled suits, coats, sportswear, evening dresses and night apparel. Instructor Mrs. Ted Haynes thanked the girls for their co-! operation and work during the year. Student president Bar- j bara Gorham presented her j with flowers and a gift in ap- j prcciation. j A display of industrial art p-cducls was at the back of i the hall. j Wood, metal and leather ar-1 were: Misses Ruth Tanner I tides were marked for prizes YUKON ASSESSOR Department of Municipal Affairs Under the direction of the Head, Loud and Assess- ment Branch, the incumbent of this position will be re- quired to value ail residential, commercial, agricultural land, ond buildings in the territory beyond the limits of unincorporated municipalities, Ihe work also includes responsibility for preparoiion of an assess- ment roll and tax toll, maintenance of lecords related lo Ihe assessment function, and dealing with inquiries and correspondence on assessment problems and pro- cedures. Applicants for this position should have completed grade XII supplemented by course work in Hi? field of approisol and assessment and should have several years experience in assessment or appraisal practices ond procedures. SALARY: Under Review QUO1E COMP. NO 70-U-IM To ensure consideration resume', outlining train, ina. experience, rcfsisnces and salcuy requirement should bs submitted as soon os possible lo: PERSONNEL OFFICE, GOVERNMENT OF THE YUKON TERRITORY, P.O. BOX 2703, Y.T. PTI We Have the Answer at. RENO UZZI PAUL RUSZNAK JOHN BUCK PAT RUTTEN DON MCAULEY BOB B15SETT Let's Get Dad To Change His Image Father's Day Is Sunday, June 21st He's iure to love clothing from John Black's and anyone who is smart enough 19 gel them there Dress Shirts by Hathawgy Fort's! Doublo Knit Slacks Sport Co-Ordinstgs Sweaters by Janrzen and White Ram Golf Shirts ALL GIFT BAR ITEMS 50' CLOTHES BY JOHN BLACK'S DON'T COST MORE I HEY JUST LOOK 'HAT MEN'S SHOP LTD. on FOURTH AVENUE ;