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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta i4 t CREDIT UNION ISSUES FIRST MONEY ORDER fort Macleod S Union sells the first personal money order eve eration with this transaction involving Jannie (Barbara) Marsh of the town. Garden C MAGRATH (HNS) "County Fair" was presented hero recently by the Magrath Mu tual Improvement Association for the entertainment of young and old. Old-fashioned contests, free root beer arc! candy floss attracted a crowd to the elementary school Citizens E A serving booth fcsturei styles of yesteryear and mot ern times. Patterns were available fo exchange or sale with Mrs Eussel Blumel in charge. N e e d 1 e w o r k and hobble were displayed by Mrs. Hard? Anderson and assistants. A guessing booth create keen interest. Baby photos wer displayed for identification o those now attending MIA. Tasty treats were on samp for all to try at the next 1 1 Receipes were available for 1) a k i n g, salads, am main course dishes. Mrs. L. ilen-r dricks and Mrs. D. Johnson were hostesses. Fun with faces was evident s at (lie Explorer's Barber Shop n where contestants tr ed shave balloons decorated w th J cream. Water System Expansion Vole Set CRANBROOK (Special) When Cranbrook city owner-electors go to the KP Hall to vote Saturday, June 20 on the hospital regional referendum, they will get an additional ballot applying only to them. This will be for immediate expenditure of on two water pumps and some three miles of 10 to IB-inch water mains and fittings for the proven wells to add i.8 million imperial gallons to its water f I r VISITS CJIAKLO Maufort of the Tanner district, north of Cowlcy, was a visitor in Cliarlo, n Hie recent Lions cxc langft program for students. Jte attended school there and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mays on Hie U.S. government Bison Range; eighl .miles from Cliarlo. Kills Farmer's Pigs Near Taber TABER (HNS) Three dis trict fires have accounted fo the loss of a farm house, mor than a score cf pigs, and quantity of hay. Taber volunteer firemen an swered a call at a.m. t the farm of Ted Allen Jr., som 12 miles southwest of Taber Fire said to have started from a propane tank explosion com pletely destroyed the farm home. It took firemen two hours, 4 minutes to control the blaze. No one was home at the time. Shortly alter noon, win< shifted a fire burning weeds a the Emil Radke farm sevei miles northeast of town, de stroying a building and numer ous pigs. Firemen were at the scene five hours. A third fire at a.m. a the Homer Oudman farm, two miles north of Taber was caused by a track exhaust, anc destroyed a pile of baled oa New Lighting, Sidewalks Urged By quest jury probing the death ol A. Powell, killed in an accident at a.m. Jan. 26 in the vicinity of the Michel tipple, recommended better lighting and sidewalks be installed in Hie area. Its verdict attached no blame to the driver of a vehicle that was involved. Witnesses state visability was clear at lie time of the accident. Coroner was Dr. G. Leroim of Fernie and members of the jury were J. Loo, G. Walker, J. Gaal, R. Jackson, D. Sparling and T. in Lefhbridge and Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE Thriftway Drugs 702 13th Slreef Norlh Phone 327-0340 McCaffrey's Drug Store 418 13th Slreel Noilh Phone 327-2205 Lakeview Drug 1017 Mayor Magrath Drivo Phone 328-5509 Value Village Pharmacy Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. S. Phone 327-4147 CARDSTON Cardston Pharmacy 237 Main Street Phene 653-3042 CLARESHOLM Clareshohn Pharmacy 1st Street Phone 235-3050 COALDALE Coaldale Pharmacy 1721 20th Avenue Phone 345-3277 FORT MACLEOD Price's Rexall Drug 206 24th Street Phono 234-3093 TABER Johnson's Taber Drucj Store 5314 48th Avenue Phone 223-2233 VULCAN Mitchell's Pharmacy Phone 485-2012 Vulcan Pharmacy 1 Phone 485-2432 Girls Model Their Creations SPARWOOD (HNS) Recently students of Spanvooc Secondary School displayec home economics and industria' arts projects they undertook during the school term. They honored their teacher Mrs. Neilson, with a present ol a bouquet of pink carnations. Relatives and friends saw a fashion show. The girls modeled garments they had made. Junior and senior cheerleaders entertained. The school band was featured. Carol Hii-debrandte was the Will Reapply SPARWOOD (HNS) The first application to the pollution control branch for permission to discharge effluent into a river in the Regional District of East Kootenay has been opposed and will be denied on a technical point. Tlie application was filed by Kaiser Resources to cover domestic sewage to be discharged through a sewer system from its residential canip. Because of the technicality involved a new application will be made lo the Camp SPARWOOD (HNS) The 'irst Natal-Michel Boy Scout ?roop and leaders recently camped at the Sulphur Springs n the Elk Valley. This was the first camping rip of the summer and the irst time many of the boys lad slept under the Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone JOHNSON BROS. SAWMILLS LTD. ON NO. 3 HIGHWAY AT COWLEY Now offering a complete line of Feed Lot and Corral Building Materials Featuring DIMENSION LUMBER-Spccially sized to full 2" thick by full 6" or 8" width in lenghls of 20 feel UTILITY GRADE LUMBER-ln all sizes al attractive prices PENTA PRESSURE TREATED POSTS FIRST CUT SlABS-8 ft. lengths in 1 cord pkcjs. CORRAL BOARDS- In 6 ft. and 8 ft. lengths BALED SHAVINGS-For litter or insulation For any of your lumber requirements please phone or write either LAVERNE PRESTON or GORDON JOHNSON ol COWLEY, Alberta: Phone P.O. Box ._. JUtlC 1 (ML IL IMUKIUIjl. f Kootenay Valley, Wawa Bylaws Ratepayers' New that, as uf .June I. bybnvs have been ap- bylaws nf any district or bv HDKK to con- nitiipalitv nvjvt be in (Special) Hospital District ishnl will lie put into development in tbo Kik i plianc'1 subdivision Kooleiuiy would he covered alum! witn air awl Wasa Jin- MW, i.- 1 District hoard municipal one mill of taxation j ing. and l.'i beds will he fid of Cranbrook, the existing hospital rale I to bring lo M beds the extend- j '41 i m b t1 r 1 y, Invormcr'; rnd Sparu'ocd are urging solid ratepayer support vote Saturday, -June 20 of a 3.12 mills. Cranbrook Hospital, designated regional was started four years ago as care section of Cranbrook hospital, designed to serve extended cere needs for the whole I1J1 il J Mil 11 "1 I "1 W'l around (.lie cilv limits of Ci-an- EI P I I Jn-ook. Ihcso arc Ihc first ing bylaws (lie IIDEK lias pa.s.s-jiji K I 11 i i 5 t on hospital construction over HIG next few Hospital, for which the city hospital mill rale find rural owner-electors qualily (o vctc at public hearing will be .m'unv been double to triple designated polling i i 1 I H" Saturday and K) per bylaw was initiated miLnC a on Macleod Savings and Credit the Alberta Credit Union Jacques Honored GRANUM (HNS) Mrs. Ted Jacques was honored at a farewell bridge party at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Sherman. a project in progress, boweyer, when hospital regions were legislated the fallowing year, its cost is shared by Hie entire East Kootcnay Regional Hospital District. Fcrnie-Sporwoocl will b their total veto must approve for passage of the lo the tivjnd towai'd residential development straggling up the whole valley. Only hvo a r e a s are residential, the town of Sparwowl and a site which will be developed for employees of Fording Coal. The latter is near the ill.XS) A total cf LT) building have been approved Ihus (.nr in 15170. The value ainounis There were 1'J home applications approved and the re- Tidied SPARWOOD (il'NS) Students and teachers of right, and purchaser Mrs. A. was Mrs. Eva beneficiary of the Secondary School boundary of the 13 permits wern included the and probably will cleaned up the local board received word home improvements and priority for a new the Bridge Club now hospital adequate to graves hold the subdivision bylaw which John Clarke in in Claresholm, and population, but of early pioneers of the j been given first three of the town planning re- two sisters, Mrs. Hospital will Michel area originally last July. The board gave that ano'.her tlirec ap- and Mrs. Teresa expanded and in the old cemetery at reading and adoption. All were waiting for ap- Cfl Receipes were available of i m b e f 1 y Hospital's esled bodies will be Yes. you can save everyday DRY' Anti-Perspirant i m sugg list rs DEE-TEE ALUMINUM 12 x 25 in Culler Box Sugg. List 39c PLASTIO STRIPS FAMILV SIZE. 60 Assorted Bandages. Manufacturer's Special 98c for 89c f? zfizssT ISAV 2B TANYA Tan Hawaiian TANNING BUTTER 2 07. Jaf. COCONUT OIL 3 01 Plastic Tube. SUMTAN LOTION 2 TI.DS. TANNING Oil 2 Sugg. List 125 ea I ATI.D.A, cum i ___1.00 3i9c "93. A GfFT FOR DAD HAI KARATE AFTER SHAVE Regular Sugj. list 1.75......1.33 Orients! Lim2 or OrienM Spice, GILLETTE GUARD 9 OL Dtcoraior Can List 1.99 ALBERTO VO-5 SHAMPOO We have a selection of Men's i BLACK BELT AHcr Shave n Aft 4ouncs O.UU 4.00 Roll's Pass Case BILLFOLD Buffalo Call N Morocco 7.00 Value "3 99 for PH AHRIB EXTRA-DRY Rejular CURITV "CAMPER" first Aid Kit list 77 :.49 la i 93 COOL-RAY' POLAROID SUNGLASSES N'S AWD LADIES' 1 ntf All Styles I 0% OlT K SCOPE MOUTHWASH 1.89 SECRET SPRAY DEODORANT LM. UM CREST TOOTHPASTE GIANT SIZE Rcgulor or Mini R7r Suaci. List 79t CURITY SUPER HRI DISPfR LINtR 72s 1 17 lui I I ;