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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta B.C. Hydro seeks regional advice SPARWOOD (HNS) "Gone arc the days when B.C. Hydro rides rouglishod over the pub- a Hydro official told the Regional District ot East Koo- tenay recently. "We are rot here to tell you what do, but to hear what you want us to said C. W. Nash, manager ot the corporate service division of B.C. Hydro. He and G. J. Kibblcwhllc, lands department, talked with the board about Hydro's plans for the East Koolenay in the next four years. Most important item in the plans is a 230 KV transmission line from Kootenay Canal to Kimbcrley to be built in 1976. That, with other plans previous- ly announced, "should carry tliis area for quite a number of said Mr. Nash. He talked ol Hie 230 KV line now under construction be- tween Cranbrook and Natal, another 230 KV line to Kimber- ley from Cranbrook lo "get un- der way soon" and a sub-sta- tion lo serve the area around Fairmont. They comprise the 1972 program. In 1973, a 230 KV line will be started from Cranbrook to Canal Flats. "We don't ex- pect (a get answers tonight, but W3 want your advice on tills Mr. Nash told the direc- tors. Hydro hopes to follow the present corridor to Kimberley, and then run up the valley on the west side of the river, out ot sight of the highway. If dif- iculties arise, however, Hydro vould like lo work them out in consultation with the RDEK We have one firm principle: OLIVETTI CANADA LIMITED INTERNATIONAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER Requires the services of a sales representative in Lefhbridge Salary, bonus, fnngo benefits and an excellent Opportun- ity for advancement. Setting experience preferred but not essential. A car is necessary. For appointment Phone Mr. O. J. MtDOWElL between 9 a.m. to p.rn, Monday through Friday, al 357-2555 Fashion show at Noblefortl NOBLEFORD (Special) A nautical setting was the back- ground for the annual fashion show with 20 girls modelling 46 fashions. Commentary was handled by Mariene DeJong. The sewing classes at the school are instructed by Mrs. Edna Hamilton. The junior high school girls' choral group sang several songs with Mary-Jean Plomp, Shan- non I'Sng and Marilyn Withage providing Ihe musical back- ground. The drama class, under the direction of Wally Houn, round' ed out the entertainment wish a presentation of "Some of My Best Friends are Rated X." o make Ihe best use of said Mr. Nash. "It is difficult sometimes, with the constraints we face." As for multiple use, Mr. Nash said, "Wo are all a lot more conscious now of land use." lowcvcr, he pointed out that most hydro lines are on ease- ments, not on Hydro-owned [and. "When you talk of multi- ple use, you must include the he noted. Mr. Nash also told the board that the mechanics of getting provincial government funds for buying Hydro conduits are still pretly vague. "There is still some clarification to he remarked. However, he said a mu- nicipality would have to get an estimate of cost from B.C. Hy- dro and then submit it lo the government for approval. Then, the municipality, Hydro and the provincial government would shrae equally in the cost of the project. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernun Deeoux, Resident Rep., Blolrmore Phone 562-2149 Repeat of a smash hit back by popular demand! Clearance Fashion wigs Sale each f 5 days only "HI. ITS LOUISE! LISTEN, REMEMBER WHEN YOU TOLD ME THAT MY HAIR LOOKED LOVELY, AT THE PARTY LAST NIGHT? WELL I'M CON- FESSING. IT'S A WIG. ISN'T 1TSUPER. IT'S MADE OF DYNEL, AND IT'S SO LIGHT, I HONESTLY FORGET I'M WEARING IT. YOU KNOW I GOT SO FED UP WITH HAVING TO GO TO THE HAIRDRESSER EVERY TIME I WANTED TO LOOK NICE! THEN SAW THIS AD IN THE PAPER. SIMPSONS-SEARS IS HAVING A FANTASTIC FASHION WIG CLEAR- ANCE. WELL, THOUGHT I'D TRY ONE ON, JUST FOR FUN. WELL I TRIED LOADS. THE SALESLADY WAS TERRIFIC. SHE FOUND A STYLE THAT WAS REALLY ME. SHE SAID I COULD SHAMPOO IT, AND IT'S REALLY EASY TO RE-STYLE. AND YOU KNOW, DOUG LOVES IT, TOO. WHY DON'T YOU GO DOWN TO SIMPSONS-SEARS. THEY'VE GOT ALL KINDS OF BEAUTIFUL WIGS IN EASY-CARE FIBRES. AND THEY'RE ALL ON SALE. BUY YOURSELF A COUPLE. I BET YOU'LL LOVETHEM. 'BYE FOR NOW." Wig boutique, cosmetic department Dynei: erorleunfe SIMPSONS-SEARS Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 o.m. to p.m. Thursday ond Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 fueiday, June 11, 1975 _ THE HERALD 3 1 Mil Iv 1 V rx ;i ft I Slow pitch P1NCHER CREEK (Special) five-team slow pitch league been formed in P1 n c h e r Creek for the summer. The teams are the Pincher Ireek Kinsmen Club, Puicher Creek Elks Club, RCMP, Shell Sulphur Kings and Woodchucks. Regular games will be play- ed at Ihe Cardinal Park Mon- day and Wednesday beginning at p.m. Persons requesting informa- tion concerning this league may contact the parks and rec- reation office at 627-4322. NDP caucus CRANBROOK (Special) Kootenay MLA and dean of the legislature L. T. Nimsick has announced an NDP caucus, open to the public, at the KP Hall here June 24. Opposition Leader Dave Barrett, and par- ty caucus chairman Robert Wil- liams have formally invited submissions from any groups or Individuals lo be presented to the 12 NDP members of the legislature who will convene. Stars in meet NOBLEFORD (Special) A student at Noble Central, Caro- yn Sjogren, was one of the top stars at the County of Lcth- iridge track meet at Coaldale. She scored two firsts, a third and a fourth in the bantam girls' division. Bylaw dates CRANBROOK Money bylaws of substantial size are scheduled for different June dates. First vote will be June 14 lo authorize city borrowing ol for real estate pur- chase or lease of four business area parcels to be developed and operated by a Parking Commission. Second vote June 23 will be for all city ratepayers to de- cide justification for borrowing and expenditure of to restore the Memorial Arena. To Rutland NATAL (HNS) After near- ly 40 years' of service in coal mining in the Michel area, Alex alker, a former Sparwood al- Royal Purple installs new officers COLEMAN (CNP Mrs. M. Amell has been in- stalled as honored Royal Lady of the Coleman Order of the Royal Purple, by district Dep- uty Jean LeGrandeur of Cran brook. Past Honored R o y a Ladies Kate Cornell, Josephine Kulig and Isabel Petsuk assist ed with installation ceremonies Also installed were past hon- ored Hoyal Lady Ann Bodisch associate Royal Lady Carolim Holyk, Loyal lady Pat Rypien Lecturing Lady Judy Mar quardt, treasurer Marge Schultz, secretary Irene Fila filo, conductress Connie Mich alsky, historian Hilda Caroe Inner Guard Betty Slavik Outer Guard M a r g a r e Roughead, pianist Isabel Spie- vak and oneryear trustee Nelson. Jewels were presented tc Irene Fiiafilo, Anna Bodisch and Marge Schultz for service rendered to the lodge. A smor gasbord supper concluded the event. Final concert at Milk River on Wednesday MILK RIVER The Erli Rivers music department wil present ils final concert of th year at 8 p.m. Wewesday i the high school auditorium. Included on the program wi.. be a variety of musical selec lions, ranging from light an populsi' compositions, playet and sung by the stage ban and swing choir, to folk ar rangements and choral piece by the junior and senior cho uses. Ron Langlo will direct th groups. The stage band will also ac company Miss Vivian Jurkv vich, an Erie Rivers Junio High school student, to a mix ern dance interpretation Henry Mancini's Pink Panlhi Iheme. GRADUATES in Rutland, B.C., in the sunny Okanagan Valley. He started working for the Crowsnest Pass Coal Com- pany in 1934, in the Michel machine shops. In 1939 he answered the call of his country and joined (ho 8llt Field Regiment of Canada's army, enlisling at Cranbrook. He saw service in England, Italy, Africa, France and Bel- gium, returning to Michel in 1194 5 lo work as a rope-rider in dHH the old A East mine. In 1951, he became a tarman at the Michel by-product plant and re- tired May 2 of this year. Ha served as alderman on the Dis- trict of Sparwood council for three years. FIliST LIFE Tiie first one-cell forms of life appeared on earth probably about three billion years ago. MISS SHARON MAE POCHE Miss Sharon Mae Poche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex PocFie, of the McNally district, received her B.Ed, at the recent University of Lethbridga spring convoca- tion. Miss Poche is present- ly completing her second year of teaching at Ready- made School. 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