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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ig _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID - Monday, Juno 22, 1970 V Girls Needed By Nursing Home VISIT HERITAGE PARK - Forty-eight Grade 4 pupils of the Dorothy Dalgliesh School, Picture Butte, gather before setting off by bus to Calgary where they visited Heritage Park, the Centennial Planetarium, the Paliser Hotel, the Husky Tower, Dinosaur Park, zoo and a tropical plant conservatory. The trip culminated their Alberta social studies course and was arranged by Mrs. Jeanette Court. -S. P. Johnson Photo. Bad Cheques SPARWOOD (HNS) - RCMP report a number of counterfeit cheques have recently been passed in this part of the province. The cheques are a counterfeit of CPR cheques and all bear the same number in red ink. The identifying number is B-702-439. The cheques are reported to bear an extremely good resemblance to the familiar CPR original. Pool Progresses CRANBROOK (Special) - Cranbrook Projects Society president Ron Powell reported to city council recently its top item, the $60,000 heated swimming pool, will probably be ready for swimmers about July 10. Agent Retires RAYMOND (HNS) - There will be a change at the Parrish and Heimbecker Ltd. Grain Elevator in the near future. The agent for the past 35 years, C. A. Hudson, will be retiring soon. John L. Evans will be taking the post. Mr. Evans is a native of Raymond. He is also a well-known farmer and during the past year has been associated with � machine company. Wins Degree NOBLEFORD (Special)-Leona Mae Vander Woude, daughter"of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Vander Woude of Noble-ford, received her bachelor of science degree at the convocation of the University of Alberta recently. She was a 1964 graduate of the Noble Central High School. She is now employed at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, although she hopes to return to Edmonton in the fall to enter the research field. Swim Pool Opens RAYMOND (HNS) - The Raymond Swimming Pool opened recently and the first day was free. Linda King is pool supervisor and first lifeguard. Ann Mendenhall, Peggy Hick-en and Byron Hill are the other three lifeguards. William Hague watermaster for the town, is the pool operator. Library Hours COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) - The Coleman Community Library will remain open during the summer months. It will be open every Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. The librarian has announced a number of new books have been placed on the shelves. Plan Campsite NATAL, B.C. (HNS) - In response to a letter from the board of trade, Sparwood district council has decided to move ahead with plans to establish a picnic and campsite at the Wilson Creek property. Municipal foreman Ave lino Cimolini was asked to start clearing of the site. Council received two petl tions from residents of upper Sparwood complaining of dust from the roads in that area of the townsite. About 20 signatures appeared on one petition. Roads in the new section of Sparwood cannot be immediately oiled as gravelling must be done first. SPCA Meets COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) -The Crowsnest Pass branch of the SPCA has announced a meeting of members and interested persons will be held in the library room of the Horace Allen High School at 8 p.m., June 22. The meeting is open to all citizens of Crowsnest Pass towns. Robin Whitebreast RAYMOND (HNS) - Birdwatchers of Raymond have spotted a white-breasted robin. The breast feathers are white. The wings and tailfeatb-ers are the natural markings of the robin. The bird's mate is a red-breasted bird. Watchers report they have a nest. OK Building NATAL (HNS) - The advisory planning board studied plans for Dawson Development Limited's duplex houses and approval followed. The board approved the plans of B.C. Telephone for its building in Sparwood, be allowed to proceed. Plans for the proposed Hod-nett Drug Store with second storey living quarters were rejected by the board and the recommendation to council was that Mr. Hodnett be advised that the proposed zoning bylaw permits only one dwelling unit per commercial lot. Mr. Hod-nett's plans included three dwelling units on two lots. Gets Grant SPARWOOD (HNS) - The first new industry to qualify for federal incentive grants here is East Kootenay Steel which is building a steel fabricating factory expected to employ about 10 people. John Davidson, former Kaiser employee, is the owner. Mr. Davidson said it took exactly three weeks from time of application to approval. He will construct a $140,000 building and plant about three miles north of Natal. The federal grant will amount to about 10 per cent of his capital outlay plus $2,500 for each employee. FORT MACLEOD (HNS) - A call has gone out for candy-stripers to assist in the care of patients at B1 u n t's Nursing Home. Shapiro Heads Lions At Cranbrook 1,500 People Tour Kaiser Operations NATAL, B.C. (HNS) - Despite rather unfavorable weath er about 1,500 people from this and neighboring communit ie s came out recently to get a firsthand look at the Kaiser operations here. Gene Clemmer reported the company is pleased with the number who came out. Tour buses were each manned by a guide with a loudspeaker. As the bus moved up the mountain the various operations of the company came into view and were explained by the guides in detail. The hydraulic mine, the tree nursery, the Elkview preparation plant and the strip mine were all seen from the tour bus, and the guides were able to show several examples of locations where reclamation by hydro-seeding is under way. Suffers Stroke RAYMOND (HNS) - Kenneth Knight, son of the man for whom the town of Raymond was named, is a patient in the RayrraMid Municipal Hospit a 1 having suffered a stroke at his home. Mr. Knight lived alone and was not found until the third day after he was taken ill. He is the only member of the Oscar Raymond Knight family who still makes his home in Raymond. CRANBROOK (Special) -Cranbrook Lions Club has installed its new officers headed this year by Lome Shapiro. He has served continuously as a director since coming to Cranbrook three years ago. Vice - presidents are Pat Fen-nessy, Robert Eagle and Donald Anderson. Past - president is Gus Con-roy, secretary Ron Bailey, treasurer George Jealous, lion-tamer Jim Rasmussen and tail-twister Stan McKay. Directors are Hunt Strang, Keith Dixon, Don Gilmour and Pius Kam-beitz. At a membership of 60, this is the city's most active service club. Its major community support effort this year was a pledged $10,000 for the library and swimming pool projects, to be paid over three years. Current undertaking is $3,000 improvements for the Girl Guide hall on South Second Street, including completion of an upstairs suite for resident caretaking of this frequently used hall. The previous year the club financed the long House at the Guide's own Camp Mirrimachi at the south end of Moyie Lake. Girls must be at least 15 years of age, or older, and be prepared to give at least one-half a day a week (or more) to giving a helping hand. Excellent volunteer work is being done in many areas by these young people. They are required to take patients for short walks or for rides in wheel chairs; read to patients, write letters; play cards and games; assist with care of patients in grooming and other duties. Volunteers will be provided with cheerful red and white candy stripe uniforms. Upon completion of 50 hours of service they will be presented with a certificate of appreciation, and after 100 hours, they will receive a pin of merit. Girls interested in this work are asked to contact Mrs. E. Lousley, matron, Blunt's Nursing Home. Indoor Tennis Under Way FORT MACLEOD (HNS)-An indoor tennis court has been set up in the new curling rink. It is a project of the recreation board. Keys can be obtained at the swimming pool. Anyone, young or old, can play. If other players are waiting, those using the court should limit themselves to 30 minutes of play. Social Work BARONS (HNS) - Miss Deanna M. Irwin, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. EU-wood R. Irwin of Barons, graduated from Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, recently with a bachelor of science degree in social work. Two Seminars PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Pincher Creek Co-op will sponsor young people at two week-long seminars this summer at the Goldeye Youth Camp. Applications will be accepted until June 30. The first session will be held from July 19 to 25 and is classed as a youth seminar. The Aug. 9 to 15 camp theme is "intercultural." ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 EQUESTRIAN Southern Alberta Summer Games City Of Lethbridge - Area Eliminations WHERE: WHOOP-UP SADDLE GROUNDS WHEN: JULY 11th, 1970 1:00 P.M. WHO MAY COMPETE: Any resident of the City of Lethbridge CATEGORIES OF COMPETITION: A. - 11 years and under C. - 17 years - 21 years B. - 12 years - 16 years D. - 22 years and over All above age classifications as of August 10th, 1970 EVENTS: English High Jump-Course Jump-Gamblers Choice-English Equestrian-Western Equestrian-Western Indoor Trail-Reining Class- Cand D Classes A and B Classes C and B Classes A, B, C, D, Classes A and B Classes B, C, D, Class C and D Class at Registration forms for the above events may be obtained the Community Summer Program Office in the Yates Centre, from June 22nd, between the hours of 8:15 and 12:00 noon and from 1:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. All entries must be returned to the Community Summer Program Office by no later than 4:15 p.m., July 3rd, 1970. ENTRY FEE: 16 years and under - 25c per event 17 years and over - 50c per event <4 Reg. 150.00-Engagement Ring. 14 kt. yellow gold with 18 kt. white) gold top ond shoulders or all 18 kt. white gold set with 13 pt. full cut centre diamond, I diamond each shoulder Sale, each 112.50 Matching wedding ring set with 3 diamonds-Reg. 60.00. Sale, each 45.00 Reg. 200.00 - Engagement ring. High mount 14 kt. yellow gold with 18 kt. white gold setting or oil 18 kt. white gold set with 21 pt. full cut diamond. Boxed. Sale, each 150.00 Matching wedding ring-Reg. 27.50. Salt, tacti 20.50 4#! Reg. 250.00-Engagement ring of 14 kt. yellow gold with IB kt. whit* gold top and shoulders or all IS kt. white gold set with 22 pt. full cut diamond, 1 diamond each shoulder. Sale, each 187.50 Matching wedding ring set With 4 diamonds-Reg. 67.50. S�t�, Mch 50.59 Reg. 300.00-Engagement ring, high mounted 14 kt. yellow gold With 18 kt. white gold setting or all 18 kt. white gold set with 28 pt. full cut diamond. Sale, each 225.00 Matching wedding ring-Reg. 42.50 Salt, Mcfi SI.7S 25% Off Diamonds June 23rd - July 4th How much do you really know obout diamonds? Probably not much, Knowledge obout diamonds is a very specialized orea. At Eaton's the diamond you buy is the diamond we know. Inside and out. Ours ore "Halo Cut" - a special polishing process that gives them superior brilliance. Mokes them look larger. Brighter. And they're flawless to 10-power magnification. What's more we insure diamonds of 25.00 or over for one year ogainst fire, theft or loss. Buy yours now. All diamonds shown available Reg. 400.00-Engagement ring 14-kt. yellow gold with 18 kt. white gold setting or' all 18 kt. white gold set with 32 pt. full cut diamond. 1 diamond each shoulder. Sole, each 300.00 Matching wedding ring set With 1 diamond-Reg. 45.00. Sale, each 33.75 Reg. 500.00-Engagement ring 14 kt. yellow gold with 18 kt. white gold top and shoulders or all 18 kt. white gold set with 34 pt. full cut centre diamond, one marquise diamond each shoulder. , ,, _ Sate, each 375.00 Matching wedding ring, 2 marquise and 2 round diamonds Reg. 187.50. Salt, etch 140.50 Reg. 750.00-Engagement ring 14 kt. yellow gold with 18 kt. white top and shoulders or all 18 kt. white gold set with 52 pt. full cut diamond, I each shoulder. Sale, each 562.50 Matching wedding ring with 3 diamonds-Reg. 100.00. Sale, each 75.00 Reg. 1,000.00 - Engagement ring 14 kt. yellow gold with 18 kt. white gold setting or all 18 kt. white gold set with 66 pt. full cut diamond. Boxed. Sale, each 750.00 Matching wedding ring- Reg. 22.50 Sale, each 16.17 Reg. 350.00-Three stone ring. 14 kt. yellow gold with 18 kt. white gold top or all 18 kt. white gold set with three 14 pt. full cut diamonds. Boxed. Sale, each 262.50 Fancy er Dinner Ring. 14 kt. yellow gold, 18 kt. white gold top, or alt 18 kt. white gold set with two 13 pt. full cut diamonds, ond two smaller diamonds.-Reg. 250.00 Sale, each 187.50 Reg. 400.00-Fancy or Dinner ring 18 kt. white gold set with 3 centre 11 pt. full cut diamonds and 12 smaller diamonds. Boxed. Sale, each 300.00 Rings illustrated larger than actual slit. Reg. 150.00-Man's diamond ring 10 kt. yellow gold with 18 kt. white gold setting. 14 pt. full cut diamond. Sale, each 112.50 Reg. 300.00-Man's diamond ring. 10 kt. yellow gold with 18 kt. white gold setting with 27 pt. full cut diamond. Sole, each 225.00 Reg. 250.00-14 kt. florcntine finished yellow gold with 18 kt. white, gold set with 22 pt. full cut dia-mond, I diamond each shoulder. Sale, each 187.50 Matching bride's wedding ring set with 3 diamonds-Reg. 60.00. 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