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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta AS THE IHHBRIDGE HERALD 62 EDUCATIONAL Juno 1970 73 BUSINESS Wont I SPARWOOD HNS At tlic regular meeting of the Distric of Spimvood the resolution of the Regional District of East Kootenay to drop out ot the urban renewal scheme was discussed at In answer to Ihe RDEK council passed its own resolution which stales the District of Sparwood participate in the administration of the scheme when the Spar 1ck Up district drops out Jit Ihe of tiic Councillor Karl tillernale to Mayor Thomson to the regional plans to attend the next meeting of the regional district to speak on the resolution of The finance committee met with Lcn Rice of Lenrice Engineering Limited in regard lo the proposed shopping centre for lie told the committee that because lie did Co Renewal receive highway access the proposed motor plans had to be redrawn and a late start is He was granted an A competitor for the shopping Wpodspar Shopping is still anxious to obtain land for a second shopping Council confirmed its stand that as long as negotiations with Lcnrice Engineering are continuing it is not in a position to meet with the Reins motors of the Woodspar Power services in the commercial zane of the Sparwood area will he provided by overhead Council discussed the costs of underground wiring and sought the advice of Underwood McLellan and Associates before deciding that overhead service would not be objectionable in the commercial zone Cards Of i Li Memoriams FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT leading National Co m 6th Phone C763MI TIME INCOME Refilllnci iincl collecllmj from NEW TYPE hltihquiillly co inoner 0 ted dispensers in your No To you must have to Seven to twelve wceHly con not wccellent monthly income More full Tor personal Interview write CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING UO Bay MUSIC PRIVATE TUITION ON Fred Phone A5 LOST AND GIRLS RED B1CVCLC LOST from Civic Ice Centre en Ihurstiay Afternoon Chrome biiriiiiM seats and half hiuhrise handle Phone 3278772 cr LOCATION CENTRE VILLAGE MALL riimcot K ofterinq a choice franchise location wilhin the new Centre Village complex opening on October Camelot now has live successful shoppes cpcratinn within Alberta offering old fashioned hard ice sofl ice plus a exclusive line of quality chocolates and The total Investment of approximately provides for Hie entire passci away in the city on Jiinu at the age of 34 Wncral arrangements will be announced when Chrisleijscn Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral DEATHS HANNAH Passed away in Ihe city on June aged Tit beloved husband of Ruby Rannard of CIS 15th Fureral arrangements will be announced when Martin Directors ol Funeral C8758 1 j KOKT1I Passed away in the city on June aged 79 of Oil 6th beloved wife ot the late John Funeral arrangements will be announced when Martin Directors of Funeral A6 NEED HELP CONCERNING HEALTH WELFARE AND RELATED AREASCONTACT Phone 3277323 10 to J MARIMBIST ALSO HAVE Interested In WIN oln Strinq ensemble or what have Write Box FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORA1AT1QN CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF BOX 66 wonderful Mnndon of iquira today CAMELOT ICE CREAM SHOPPE5 BOX ALBERTA ItYN Passed away in Calgary on aged beloved husband ol JEvelyn Van Ryn of Funeral armngenients will be announced when Martin Directors of Funeral A graveside service for Fred beloved husband of the late Ellen Wellsman who died at Edmonton June at the age of 88 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone 5 drinking Phcne 327HOJ9 or after LOANS 67 SERVICES AND AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone Commercial Farms and City or Lowest Interest rates First and second Passed away in the city on June Sophia aged 91 formerly of 938 8th beloved wife of the laie Stanley Funeral arrangements will be announced when Martin Directors of Funeral C8760 PERRY Passed away in the city on June Albert aged 80 of beloved iiisband of the late Elizabeth Funeral arrangements will be announced when Martin Directors of Funeral held at Saturday at the family plot in Mountain View with Moody Martin Directors of Funeral was in charge of the s rv V i i I I X 5 1 vX i I A h 1 tfF t 1 Jf SEAL OF APPROVAL Waison Industries Alberta of Claresholm Industrial Airport is the first manufacturer to receive the Canadian Standards Association seal of ap The final inspection was made by Alec Cook and Bob Beckingham of tha prairie region branch with offices in Company officials ore delighted with the privilege of being able to fasten Ihe seals of quality to their mobile Florence Falls passed away in Edmonton on June at the age of 77 She leaves to mourn her two Andrew Warner and Calvin Edmonton two Evelyn Calgary and Lorraine Oklahoma Oklahoma ten grandchildren and one greatgrandchild as well as four George Annie Robinson and Ethel Spackman of Minnie Lee Brown of and Martin Elsie Graham of Funeral services will be held in the 10 LDS Chapel on June 25 at with Bishop Theron Somraerfeldt Interment will follow in the family plot in Those who wish to view the remains may do so at tbe funeral home prior to departure for the Chris tensen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral SOUTHERN AND STENCIL Rubber corporate Sameday 1H3 2nd Phone 32851U C 6921 RENT A SINGER ZIGZAG for two S10 per Free delivery and Pnone 3273243 Sinner Company of Colego MONEY Unlock the equity In your home with a homeowner loan of TO OR MORE We also purchase existing Mortgages for cash CAC Realty Limited COLLEGE SHOPPING MAIL PHONE 3282381 SINGER TRAINED SERVICE MAN will delint and adjusl Any machine regardless of make or Call for Velma Mae beloved wife of Ray Whitney of Taber and native daughter of who died at Taber June at the age of 60 was held at June in the Knox United with Kenneth Morris Pallbearer were Frank and Roy Dave Wilson Ed Fong and S i d Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gard Humphr i e s Funeral was in charge of the MAYTAG SALES and SERvice on all makes of washers and automatic or Aso all small lawn vacuum No lobs too Israo or too LETHBRIDGE 905 3rd Phone 3274 70 LAWNS POWER RAKED AND AERated Dead grass removed and Phone Bill MAN passed away hi Cardston on June at the age of 37 beloved son of Mary LittleMan of the Blood Funeral services will be held in the Catherines Catholic Church at Standoff on June 1970 at 10 with Father Joseph Joly as Interment will follow in the Standoff Wake will be held at the home on June 23 from 7 Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral TREES ODD JOBS Phone 3272438 or EXPERT TREE LAWN garbage Phone T R E E ROTOTILLING with large yellow plowing and Phone Requiem DRIVES AND and rumpus Phone Ales beloved husband of Aline Salahor of 1032 Fern Crescent who died in the city June after an illness of several months was said at Monday in the Assumption Parish Roman Catholic Church with Carroll the Pallbearers were Earl Ron and Russell Al Je Jim Duval and Peter Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Prayers were said at Sunday in the Memorial 703 13th and donations went to the Canadian Cancer Martin Directors of Funeral was in charge of the CANDY Funeral service for Caleb beloved husband of Rosa Candy of 607 7th who died in the city June after a brief illness at the age of 89 was held at Satinday in Augustines Anglican Church with Crisfield Pallbearers were Don Don Art Cecil Bob Reed and George Honorary pallbearers were Paul George Alf Jim Dave Bob Jack Perry Charles McNeely and Jesse Interment was in Mountain View Martin Directors of Funeral was in charge of the FOR NEW LAWNS CONTACT HEEOYK FREE PHONE Dt On Tend CLARESHOLA Neu ler Salary pared lo this it was school inspector for the suggested the federal government should be billed extra for vocational school On the matter of power rates for schools in Fort trustee Mike Jordan told two attending town councillors the board is real concerned over utility bills paid to Fort Macleod which amounted to in one George Willis said how Release i Action you are soaking us and not thfl industries How come you cant let Calgary Power supply us directly Its Reach replied Ill go along with you that our rates are Were not hooking you any more than the hospitals and other After much discussion the two delegates invited the school trustees to send a delegation to the next Fort Macleod Town Council meeting to discuss the power AND TOWN or Reasonable Phone FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON PHONE GARDEN ROTOTILLING lawns put Prompt rwaonabie odd Phone passed away in the city on June at the age of 80 beloved wife of Isaac Pelletier of 720 7 She leaves to mourn her passing besides her loving a John Madge Johnston Anderson and a Robert Johnston both of Lethbridge four grandchildren and one Requiem Mass be held in the Patricks Church on June 23 at 10 with Father Gillis as Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary Prayers will be said in the Clnistensen Chapel on Monday June 22 at S with Father Dan Burns Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral CEMENT WORK RenovationSr Phonn and J Custom HALF TON WILL ODD Phons 3Z7243B or 1 STEVES GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed top Complete landscaping Phone 3275856 or DO CEMENT odd Phone 327243B or passed away in the city on June at the age of 83 beloved husband ot Delma Fairbanks of 821 14th Funeral services will be held in the North Side Chapel on June 24 at 2 with Bishop Kovac Interment will follow in the Taber Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral meeting of the Willow Creek school board was taken up largely with such things as delegations two of which were closed to the teacher requirements teacher s alary new teaching problems w i t h older teachers who refuse to take refresher utility rates in Fort MacLeod and the question of use of school facilities by community T h e question of whether or not to let it be known publicly the board had turned down a conciliation board award of per cent increase for teachers and per cent increase for principals was debated at Lefy Huddle said he had been asked for an answer several Chairman Kathleen White said I think we owe it to the pubUc to tell them why we turned it The teachers are very George Willis opposed the issuing of a news saying J dont see why we should we might be in trouble we might see a strike vote soon by the Mike Jordan of Fort Macleod said I dont see why the people should not George Loree of Parkla nd made a motion to publish a news release so our side can be presented lo the Trustee B o b Lindsey of Claresholm rural said the people in my area told me If you pay the teachers more than 6 per cent youre George Loree said the only way to force the provincial government lo find another tax base is to have a Bob Lindsay saying The property tax is too high A plebiscite will settle the The board voted to raise CEMENT DRIVES and fence Phone TREE SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY PHONE OR CONTRACTING BASEmenf concrete remodelling and Phone RENT Garden tractors hedgs trimmer fertilizer spreaderlawn FREDDIES PAINT 316 3rd Phone ISLAND TURF FARM INSTANT LAWN 5J56545 Bow Island TOP SOIL SAND AND FILLED DRIVEWAYS PROMPT PSV LICENSE CAN GO 40JO 20TH PHONE PARSONS HARDWARE Phone 3277066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS POWER RAKES CHAIN HAVE A BACKHOE TO pave We also haul gravel and top Phone 3271413 before 5 3273347 after 5 John Pork of passed away in Pincher Creek on June at age 78 He was born in Austria and had been a longtime resident of Blairmore except for the last few when he took up residence at the Crestview Pincher Funeral services will be held in Fantins Blairmore Chapel on June 23 at Interment to Blairmore Catholic Fantin Chapels is in CLARESHOLM I1NS Resign encio and Shirley The following teachers were hired Miss Florence Shipley as library technician at Foster High in Nanton Linda DeMaere transferred lo Granum elementary staff Sheila The following teachers were appointed to schools in Claresholm Miss Helen library Oliver Claresholm Elementary School Tom welding Dennis physical education Edward math Neil automotive John physical education chemistry John The following teachers were appointed to Fort Macleod Schools Bridget Doherty Miss Dianne Dillenbeck Miss Pamella LaFountain Sixtyfour more teachers applied for positions in the past RAVEN 1329 9th Kilchen rumpus remodelling and Phone WE RENT ROTOTILLER5 RENOTHIN LAWN ROLLERS FERTILIZER SPREADERS POST HOLE DIGGERS 600D SELECTION OP USED LAWN MOWERS By Day or Week Downtown HQYTS Phone 3275767 Hat oh June of at the age of 87 Born at September Married in the Old December Canre to Canada to Lethbridge where she resided until Moved to Taber in 1909 and homesteaded at Grassy They farmed until retiring to live in Taber in and Chiste celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary December Survivors include one Grassy Lake four Annie Eugene Irene Katherine Grassy Victoria Ponoka Oklahoma eight grandchildren and two Prayers will be said in Augustines Roman Catholic Taber on June 23 at Funeral services will be conducted from Augustines Roman Catholic Church n Taber on June 24 at with Father Burke Hoscbka Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial In lieu of donations to the Clearvicw H u m p h r i n s Fureral in charge of STEINER CEMENT old basements water free Phona Creek school board recently learned the following teachers Imve SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND FREE JONES Patricia Madeline Mary Olive Gordon Nora Walter Agnes Neville CEMENT work and Anderson and Sorenson 1020 7th Phone POST HOLES DUG Completes Long Ran TABER HNS Sun Alta Potato Processors recently comp 1 e t e d its fourth and most successful operating season under the Carnation The plant commenced its continuous round the clock operations last 3 and was in full production for 280 days The past season saw some increase in average daily throughput which was aided in part by the large raw product storage installed at the plant last While production was reported as the largest no figures were made available in line with company Prompr Reasonable Phone Passed away at Bow Island on June Bonnie beloved infant daughter of and Mrs Saburo Nishi of Bow Survivors besides her parents include four Vivian and all al home one at home and Sakaguchi in Eda Bow Combined funeral and Wake service will be conducted from t h e Taber Buddhist Church on June 23 at with Kosaka Interment will follow in the Bow Island Cemetery on June 24 at Humphries Funeral in charge of C8762 JOXIvS passed away in Ihe city on June at Ihe age of 73 Came to southern Alberta in 1902 with her living in Raymond and Cardston or a time and then moved to Coaldale for a number of years before moving to where she was living at the time of her She leaves to mourn her passing two Rvalinc Hvdecbuk and William Ilaltic Doram both of Lclhhridgc two William Jones of Drayton Valley and Cyril Jones of Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on June 24 at 2 with Biciinp Ronald of Interment will followin Hie Mountain View Ciiristensen Salmon Fu nera Home Directors of Funeral 71 POULTRY AND STARTED ALL Pncne 2344035 or Fort Marasco Honored By Losers SPARWOOD HNS Members of Canadian Calorie Counters Barn Losers were invited to attend a dinner party at the King Edward The dinner was sponsared by the Tops Club of Also present were members of Tops from Cranbrook and Grasmcrc and Hicfcey District Supervisor of Fiona Marasco of Cnuibrook was prcsenlcd with an award as the member recording the most weight lost in the MEETING All Lease holders in the Waterfcn There will be a meeting for the purpose of electing a new Advisory Council on June al V in the dining room of the HEAVY DRESSED 34c ner Itu freshly killed 33c per Free Custom Phone Coaldale 72 PETS AND SIAMESE ONE SMALL PhonB WALLACE Chairman ol Jhe Advisory YOUNG RABBITS FOR PETS OR breeding Phone TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF MATSU late of in the Province oi Maried who died on the 1st day of May TAKE NOTICE thai all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named musi tile with the undermentioned by the 22nd day of July A D a full statement of their claims and all securities held by HUCKVALE WILDE KRUSHEL Barristers and Acadia PUREBRED FULL males and also 1213 3rd A Call after 5 32951 SMALL FIRES TABER HNS The Taber fire department reported two minor fires in the town and none in the MD during In the ambulance four town calls were made during the Three calls were made for residents of the MD POMERANIAN EIGHT weeks Phone App y 2706 12 WANTED GOOD HOME Ihree part siamesp kittens to be given Phone by a supplementary rcquision of eight mills to the This is down four mills from last j The department of Indian afj fairs will be required to pay per pupil nest year REGISTERED HAVARACK ENGLISH Whelped national champ 9ih Great 72A FUR BEARING MORI and KlYOSHI JOK Pass Ugly At Frank the shelter at Gold Creek received the same treatment and tables were upturned and Signs were lorn up and burned or thrown into the toilet seats were The toilet bowls in some of Ihe rest rooms were iVew at the Island camp shelter indicating a maximum 14day stay al the shelters were torn out and KCMI investigations arc under Cartwright also advised that department of highways signs along the highway ami road edge marker posts have been torn out by Cartwright added these fools probably do nol realize that it is Ihe taxpayer that has to stand the cost o repairing all Uiis Phone aftsr 6 SALE BY TENDER The Tabor School Division A has for ale by scaled tor school TS follows At 72passenger 1959 IHC At I 1953 GMC A 1 lapassonoer 195B GWC A 1 2lprissEnger 194 Thosp buses will h usod m the Divisions Moot Jo Jun and will be oicV us on Juy is hut details of reportation at Successful hid tiers will br notified by telephone on the afternoon of July and will tje required to miki full r n Vh Th offer no nccesidrily OF BARONS fJolice is heresy given hat under Ihe nrovisiorts of Ihe Recovery the Village cl Baroni will offer for sale oublic auction a he office cf he on the day of July 970 at oclock in the MncJ Lot Plrin M 1 2605 X East 10 V Lot cf 7605 X 13li fl J605 X Each parcel be offered for subject to tnc of me Minister of Municipal Affairs and subject to n reiTve bid and to the reservations and conditions in the exist cortificatr of Terms Cash RrdciMDiion lie nffocled ny piyaiony picr to Id at Adicrfa mis JJiifl rftiy of June 1770 LOIS Spcrftflry 73 BUSINESS lly VHN DKCOUX Crmvsnest Puss Bureau BLAIKMOKE A deplorable condition developed in lie Crowsncsl Pass area a number of stupid vandals have taken lo smashing j md demolishing camp shellcrs Iho of foreman in charge of the department of highways in PJISS who imiinUiins and the camp i reports it is pnlhctie the vandals have taken to causing damage to Ihe tourist and vis tor j He stated at Lnmihrock Ihe freshly serviced shelters were set upon hy vandals who broke tiio in Iho camp i shelter and more than a dozen hecr bottles on tho cement floors of the GAS STATION AND Over pump Highway Inquire at GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR FAMILY or man and to take over mechanic shop and Man to tractor mechanic with lools equipment available Phone Tctl evenings 2223 SPARE TIME INCOME Refilling and coHnctinq from MEW TYPE high co i n o per tori rtispsnser in your No sol To qualify you havr 6CO to Seven to twelve flours can no monthly income full DlSTRiaUTlNG lid Bay Suilp Toronto phpna School Division Box 173 ;