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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Service Contract Awarded NATAL, H.C. (I1NS1 The contract for the extension of services in I lie township of Sparwood, into the mobile home lots, the veterans lots and those lots in stage "B" recently sold has been let out lo the firm of Cunniiit .am and Shannon. A performance bond lias been re- quested us well as a definite starting date. Deposits on both business and housing properties were also received. D a w s o n Develop- ments Limited placed their de- FareweU Picnic For johnslones COALDALE (HNS) A pic- nic will be held for all mem- bers of (he Chinook Co-opera- tive Parish of the United Church of Canada commencing H a m. Sunday, June 28, at Henderson Lake in Lcthbridge. A Worship Service is to be the opening activity for the out door church event. Everyone is requested to please bring their own lunches. Refreshments are to be pro- vided. The picnic will be the fare- well affair for Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Johnstone and family of Coaldale. Those in charge of picnic ar- rangements report that in case of inclement weather all per- sons are asked to pleaso go to the Coaldale United Church. There will be no church ser- vices held in any points of the Chinook Co-operative Parish area other than this one picnic and farewell event. xisil on additional housing ots; li.C. Telephone placed a deposit on llircc lots required for Iheir facilities; Mr l''rank Szing who plans to build a HeMi meat and sausage shop pre- sented his deposit for a lot.and Mr Hudnol, wlx> plans lo build a drug store, presented his de- posit on two lots. A resolution also gave Ji.u Hydro authority to service these lots wilh underground Tclmcil also gave three read- ings to the pollution bylaw but decided to hold same un .il in- dustrial limits are established It was also reported that Doug Stewart MP had accepted an invitation to speak on me occasion of the official opening of the new lownsite during the community celebrations June 20 The' sub-committee of the Recreation Commission is look- ing into a proposed centennial project of softball grounds, im- provement on school ground: providing it is agreeable with the district sclyjcl board f the school board is agreeable to improvements being made to their playing field, the Centen- nial Committee will submit that as its plan for a. centennial project, ff the board is not agreeable, the centennial com- mittee will icok into establish- ing a new Softball park as the project. John Walmsley, chair- man of the recreation commis- sion reported that already the f a c i 1 i t i e s at the Sparwoo( school grounds were no longer adequate for the needs of al participating. Annual Drama CA. Weekes The mechanical reaper was first produced commercially in [he United Stales in mi. 1MA.IOII STKI' New York State has sel aside to overcome pollu- tion in the Hudson River. Solurcluy, June 13, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 9 SIXTH LAHCKST Zanzibar and I'cmba now pro- j llawai's sixth largest Island iluce four-fifths of the world's j is Lanai Island, which covers supply of cloves. 190.000 acres. _____ OUR recent high tem- peratures all packs, ,roops and venturer companies will be dreaming of camp and .he cooling waters of lakes or swimming pool. This is the lime to instill in the group the j a s i c principles of water safety. Use the buddy system when swimming. Do not swim alone and do not dive into un- invesligated swimming holes. Never stand up in boats and canoes. Scouts are trained to be prepared. Let us see that there are no tragedies at any the evening. Both packs have shut down for the season. Badges recently won were: ath- letes Paul Nixon and Lee Eddy, cyclists David Baker, David Place, Lewis Frickclton, Bill Rennie. Brent Nixon, Eldon Smith and Larry Robley. Three woofs to you! Mean while from Bindloss. away lo the southeast, is word of a wonderful trip to Calgary to tlie Dinosaur Park. Scouter Jim Kellington, again! Down in Watcrton Park two cubs shed their white necker- regional camps. From all accounts bor Third Troop the been chiefs for the pack. the colored ones of Dean Haslam and We Want you To lie Our Guest For A Series Of EVANGELISTIC SERVICES JUNE 14-21 Guest Speaker making money through an in- genious auction scheme. Under the troops gets half and the owner half; over the troop gets 25 per cent and the own- er 75 per cent. Sounds like a fair idea. Across the South Alberta re- gion baseball is on the upsurge. Scouts, cubs and venturers are being drawn to the sport and attendance at meetings is suf- fering. For this reason and that of the approach of June exams, many groups are s h u tt i n g down until summer camp at least. Family holidays cut into even camp plans. Before any- one shuts down completely a good survey of the situation should be taken. With reduced leadership at least some meet- ings can be held. Patrol hikes, overnight camps, fishing expe- ditions are all fine for reduced boredom as many bays do not Elaine Haug were the happiest New Trophy June 17 PfNCHER CREEK (Special) At the Pincher Creek and District Agricultural Fair to be held this year a new trophy will be awarded to the top 4-H member exhibiting at the fair. The challenge trophy will be awarded for a term of one year, and an award will be given for permanent owner- ship. To be eligible they must be an active 4-H member or pee wee member and win points in at least four sections in the bench exhibits. COALDALE ing to a report from Mrs. Wil- liam (Gladys) Hart of Coaldale, the annual meeting of the Zone 6 High School Drama Festival Committee will be held 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 17, m the Bowman Arts Centre, Leth- bridge. Mrs. Hart is committee chairman. Imitations are sent to all high schools to send rep- resentatives to the meeting. Election of officers for the new term will take place. WATCH TV SPECIALS CFCN TV CHANNEL 13 LETHBRIDGE ONE NIGHT ONLY EXHIBITION PAVILION EXHIBITION GROUNDS lETHBRIDPi THURSDAY, JULY 2nd 7-45 PM- ADMISSION FREE D_____. for ranch of the sum- mer. A U.-acler can put in _ of specialized outdoor training w i I h the more under-priv- ilcclgcd boys. After camp is a good time to practice those skills acquired at the recent camp. Even backyard camping is rewarding. 1 Plan to take in the Regiona Jamborette at Camp Impeesa at the end of July. Take a look at the program and plan with your group what skills for the skiltaama will be your best bet. Contact Scouter Lew Blair or his boys on Bean-lwle cook- ing and how it is done. Ima- gine coming back to camp to find dinner ready to serve. The Claresholm pack recent- ly wound up the season with a jang-up weiner roast. June 7 was designated as church pa- rade Sunday when those win completed their religion anc We course got their certifi- cates and badges. Cubs anc scouts have a big gathering coming up in mid-June. Ven- ,-urers and all the families o: .lie boys are invited. Two camps are planned, one foi July and one for August to ac: commodate cubs. Here is a rea chance for new cubs to learn and those who will be going up lo the troop to practice outdoor skills. Nice planning, Clares holm! By the way, fellows, did yoi nimv there are badges to be won by cubs doing cooking, etc. done while on a family camp? Great plans were made for the district cub rally by the Nanfem cubs. The scene was southwest of High River. No de- tails are out yet but our guess was that there was action and fun. Nothing like taking mom, dad and the rest of the family. Everyone loves a campfire in cubs for miles, two. In Grizzly country Ihe Biair- inore Lions pack with Scouter iob Liddle in command braved he threatening rain showers to >old a fine cookout at the Alli- son Creek campgrounds west of 2oleman. The parents were out full force lo enjoy the wein- ers and marslunallpws pro- vided in abundance. Fathers and sons with a few mothers, of course, had a terrific softball a m e. Quite a few of these ads are heading for Camp Im- leesa on July 2. If the weather is good or not they will have themselves fun in Tillicum Vil- lage. One of these weekends will see the annual Stavely family camp. Each year the turnout to this has risen to make it a truly major event. Cub commis- sioner John Strang tells me no cub, scout or parent misses it but gets there by truck, car, trailer or on foot. Good going Stavely! Good luck in the June exams fellows. We once heard a ser- mon on the Sunday before the finals began. The title was. "The Philistines are upon Good hunting, all! Place: MONDAY THRU FRIDAY SUSiE BAWDEN SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 9th Ave. and 12th St. S. AIL OTHER SERVICES Church of Christ 2720 21st Ave. S. Time: SUNDAY 11.00 a.m. 6.00 p.m. WEEKNIGHTS 7.30 p.m. Congregational Singing QUESTION PERIOD FOLLOWING EACH LESSON -Bring A Friend- Louis W. Garrett Evangelist of Tampa, Fla. Nol only is Mr. Garrelt a noted Bible sludenl and gospel preacher, but is dis- tinguished in the field of education also. He serves as dean of Florida College, in Tampa, Fla. You will find the lessons he presents to be timely, interesting, and most important of No Collections DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY! -Bring Your Bible- Aim ASM.? J1KA1N TEASER ACUOSS Culprit Missing IRON SPRINGS (HNS) thief or thieves stole a car from the farm of G. Van Nistel- rooy south of Iron Springs ear- ly Sunday morning. The car be- came stuck while being driven through a field. The thief then abandoned the car and return- ed lo the farm site where he stole a track. After making his getaway he rolled the truck three times. He then walked to the farm of Frank Pavlis in the Turin area where he stole another truck. As yet the cul- prit has not been apprehended. New Manager COALDA.LE (HNS) Laurie llcCray of Delburnc. Alberta is the new manager of the Bank of Montreal in Coaldale. He has accepted the position vacated by W. H. Wyand who recently retired to take up resi- dence in White Rock, B.C. Mr. McCray has been associ- ated with the Bank of Monti'eal at Delburnc, Lethbridge, Cal- gary and Bow Island prior to his appointment here. lie is a married man with three boys. 1 Set of five. 7 Influenced. 16 Declare, 22 Watery. 23 Indian pipe. 24 Furnace tender. 25 Tall glass, 26 Forecaster's instrument. 27 Kind of hat. 28 Mate cat. 29 Sassafras: var. 31 Supplied with food. 32 Consumer. 34 Die for making drainpipe, 35 Unities. 37 Return blow. 38 Noisome. 40 Twitching. 41 Masculine nickname. 42 Spanish American shawls. 44 Nautical term. 46 Long stepper. 48 Enjoin. 1 European fish. 2 Horse. 3 Count. 4 Male of certain animals. 5 Enzymes. 6 Reduced the prices. ,7 Monastery superior. 8 Ensnare. 9 Pinnacle. 10 House repairman. 11 Electrical register. 12 Correlative to debtor, 13 Make lace. 49 Hebrew measure. 50 Localized vector. 52 Turf. 53 Pome fruit. 55 About. 58 Fast. 60 European sharks. 64 Fruit of the blackthorn. 65 Marks with a ticket. 67 Shining. 69 Rockling. 70 Partner: si. 71 Dried beef. 72 Pronoun. .74 Metal filings. 76 Movable cover. 77 Quickens. 79 Somewhat like. 81 Nar -'.e. 83 Retreated. 84 Distorter. 85 Co- operation. 86 Genus of spider monkeys. B7 Double- ripper. 88 European bird. 89 Herd of whales. 90 Severely strict. 92 Measure of weight. 93 Generate. S4Through: pref. 95 Russian mountain range. J7 Plow solo. 9D Nominal. 10! Diminish. 102 Council. market place. 106 Reddish color. 107 Not well. 108 Wheeled vt-hicle. 110 Choose. 112 Some. 113 Mournful. 114 Made harmonious 118 Approves. 120 Forcible extension, 124 Large snakes, 125 Large tub, 127 Anchor rings. 128 Impair. 129 Rail. 130 Brazilian channel. 131 Deserve. 133 Noun suffix. 134 Indian millet. 136 Beat with light steps. 137 Method of shaft excavation. 139 Fixed allowances of food. 142 Genius. 144 Dwell. 145 Afflicts. 146 Advantages from flow of moneys. 147 Had an opinion. 148 Traditional. 149 Consoli- dation. DOWX 14 Fencing 15 To rid of rodents. 16 Appear- ances. 17 Pre-eminent. 18 Male descendant. 19 Avoided by dexterity. 20 Distant. 21 Merchant. 30 French lily. 33 Contraction. 35 Canadian island. 38 Active power. 39 Pertaining to a dower. Diagramless by Anthony Mor ACROSS S1IOWKR HEU) NATAL (HNS) A ucll' attended miscellaneous shower was lick! in St. Michael's Hall in Natal recently honoring Miss Andersen, daughter of Mr. Oscar Andersen of Natal. Judy Krall was in charge of the guest bcok. The prize went to Mrs. G. Kcragotti. 1 Middle East capital. 5 Nimbus. 9 State. 10 Noble. 11 Fact twister. 12 Ophidian. 15 Hail. 16 Heraldic term- 17 Play about robots. 18 Girl's nickname. 19 Flat top. 41 Canine. 13 Disarranged type. 44 Furcated, 45 Favorite. 47 Decay. 49 Shows opposition, 51 Kitchen utensil. 53 Edible hero. b4 World-wide. 55 Constable. 56 Removed center. 57 Wanting drink. 59 Obscure. 61 Surrounded by fence posts- 38 Missouri sound. 39 Fe, fi 41 Pond flower. 42 Card shark. 44 End. 62 Newspaper leader. 63 Accustomed to sit much. 65 Hates intensely. 66 Drawloom part. 6S Mockci 71 Fatigues. 73 Like a wood- land deity. 75 Smallest, 78 Honey: pharm. 79 Day of rest: abbr. 80 Conducted oneself. B2 Townsman; abbr. 84 Venetian boat. 25 Lawful. Morse god. Sfi Shift, 91 Highest note. 63 Injures by fire. 96 Place. 98 Direct upward. 100 Plane handles. 101 Moves with difficulty. 103 Virginia river. 105 To equip, 107 Tribunal. 109 Honored. 111 Field of activity. 113 Artificial layer. 114 Contrary is reason. 61 Rubber trees. 84 Beetle, 20 River to the Seine. 21 Pompilius. 45 Loude 22 Skeleton. 47 President 24 Oklahoman. Wilson's 26 Portuguese project. saint. 54 Small 28 N. England crescent. colonist. 55 Sacred lutil 33 Established. of Egypt- 35 Wins. 5fl Pronoun. 36 Destroyer in 59 Saloon the news: commodity. 60 College 37 Roman Leto. groups. 65 Geometric figure. 66 One of the Louis. 67 Bluebird. 6S Division of Lower Burma. 69 Korean War coup. 73 Vote. 74 The 75 Harsh, 77 Numerical suffix. 78 Mars; pref SO l.ile. 83 See 65-A. 85 Greek letters. 26 Delaware name. SO Selects. 91 Out of the way. 92 Egyptian goddess. 33 New York's pride. 54 Biblical patriarch. DOWN 1 Witch abode, 2 Pertaining to birds. 3 Leather f5 Finnish preserver. baths. 4 Balance 18 Panel wood- overdue. 20 All: Lat. 5 Sail rope, 23 Correct. 6 Indonesian 25 Greek islands. mountain 7 Piece of land. 26 Chair part. 8 Unit. 27 Cockatoo, 10 Army valets. 29 Go out. 30 Lower; coml 31 Acid. 32 on 12 Arabia gazelle. 13 Hog genus. 14 Tailor, at times. rye. 34 Thin fabri 115 Small wifl. 116 Chemical sugar. 117Patrioti8 org. 119 Gazed. 120 Maxim. 121 Javanese pantomime. 39 Zip about. 40 Chinese mountain, 43 King of Judah. 45 Only a short time: dial, 46 Frequently. 48 Pertaining to Asiatic people. 49 Squall. 50 French 51 Fish. 122 Davit accessory. 123 Maker of headgear, 126 Type of wave. 128 Downy. 131 Ancient Iranian. 52 Hard wood, 53 Very neat. 56 Dentist's concern. 57 Proscenium. 5BGo1f club. 59 Solemn music. GO Wk. day. 62 Tilt. 63 Nine-sided figures. 64 Morose. 65 Poem part. 67 Notch. 132 Early ri pin. 134 Scoff. 135 Demolish. 138 Energy. 140 Ovum. 141 Herb eve. 143 Malayan gibbon. 70 Souped up cars. 71 Liquid fat. 72 European 76 Sleep. 79 81 Repeat. 82 Seated, in heraldry. SoPlug. 87 Operate. 88 Chicago trading center. CRYPTOGRAMS SOLUTIONS OF LAST VEEK'S 3, QCXI VECK QCCBJ, LVHQ QCCBJ VECK QCXIj 0 X IIII C K J Q V 7, U A C C B I) V Z R 0 A II X H R D By Mrs. L. Morgan 2. A DA CUC U K U F G F H G H A E A By Archibald V. MeLces Week's 1. Ural BCfiflarj's illrcibly-.'-criMiIrcl shorthand IVM rrrlainly her "IValcrloo." 2. Dimpling porchclimlicr pitched from precarious perch, hit flabbcrpaslcd cop. 3. Slippery spies spy spryly. OKicltl Enlcrpriscs, Inc.. 1970 ;