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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Clark Praises Raymond For Recreation Planning By DliLIA U'OOLF Herald News Son-ice RAYMOND Robert Clark, Alberta minister of education, praised the location of local re- creation areas, swimming pool, ice arena, track and baseball diamonds, all located just across the street from the three schools. Marry Haney 'Wins Degree In Agriculture IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Harry Damon Ilancy, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard K. Haney, has received a bach- elor of science degree in agri- culture from the University of Alberta. He majored in agricultural economics. Mr. Haney received his pub- lic school education at the Iluntsville School here and graduated from the Picture Butte High School. He attended the Lcthbridge Junior College before enrolling at the university. He has recent ly returned from a trip to Europe and has accepted a position with the Bank of Montreal in Edmonton. "This is as it should be. It makes a closer community lo have the school and recreation areas where they can he used for the betterment of all." Mr. Clark was in Raymond lo meet with the three school boards: County of Warner; Raymond and Sacred Heart. He spoke at the high school to a group of parents, teacliers and students before addressing the Raymond Rotary Club. Then he went into sessions with the boards. Speaking at the school, he told high school students there are three good reasons for ed- ucation. He had learned the definition from a high school valedictor- ian. The first was to have knowledge to make a decision between important and unim- portant things in life. The sec- was to develop the ability to make decisions and the third was1 to have ability to speak out in the community. The minister spoke of the need for home, school, church and community to work togeth- er. Each must have a better understanding of conditions which effect all. Mr. Clark gave figures lo show the increase in education costs and said "the line must be held." When asked what his opinion was regarding a five per cent sales lax, he said "the sales tax is not the answer." Mr. Clark told of the need to Dr. Aikenhead To Be Honored of the fine being built. For Loo many hours they do not have students' in them-. make more schools that use arc Turin School, Dr. Aikcnhoad, a pioneer educationist, will have devoted half a century to edu- cation. the bonus being the privilege of j nc watched educationa! By iMAIMK SOKGAKI) Herald News Service TURIN This year might he aptly termed a bonus year, {Johnnies IPlan Parade BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) annual July 1st parade sponsored by the Barb Wire Johnnies of the Crowsnesl Pass will be held at Blairmore and will begin at 1 p.m. The parade will form near the elementary school and will then march off to the main street. A total of will be award- ed in prizes for the first, sec- ond and third place in best floats; three prizes in the best comic float and merit awards will also be given in the chil- dren's section. Ribbons for antique cars will be presented as well as for commercial floats. having Dr. J. D. Aikenhead and Mrs. Aikenhead reside here while he served a term as prin- cipal of the Turin school. Dr. Aikenhead began his teaching career in a rural Man- i itoba school at the age of 10 and before the first year was over the enrolment had in- creased to 53 as the result of develop and evolve. Upon leaving Turin Dr. Aikenhead and Mrs. Aikenhead will visit a son at Cambridge, Mass.. and in August will leave for the U.K. They expect to spend the winter in southern England and Ihen visit Spain. Portugal, and Holland before the closure of a nearby school. mor returning lo Alberla next sum- j A graduate of the univer- sities of Manitoba. Chicago and Oregon, Dr. Aikenhead's role in education has been varied. He was the first superinten- dent of the Lac St. Anne school division and also served as su-1 perintendent of several other The community of Turin will pay tribute when they are honored at a community sup- per lo be held in the Turin School Monday evening. .jack Loo Expands JVIolel At Spanvood. NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Jack Loo recently announced n 000 expansion of his motel in Sparwood. Tenders have been called for construction of 10 new sleeping units to be added lo the end of the units paralleling Highway 3. This will bring the number of units in the motel to 30. The addition will be two storey in keeping with the design already established. It is hoped construction on the new units will start within tiie next two weeks. Comple- tion is scheduled for Septem- ber. ___Saturday, Jun. 57, 1970 THE lETHOKIDGE HERALD X3 Hit Elk Valley Industrialization NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The Society for Pollution and I0n- vironmental Control (SPEC) asked Prime Minister Trudeau to meet with tliem recently to discuss a proposal thai Hie coal-rich Elk Valley in British j Columbia's East Koolenay dis-! trict be retained as a natural wilderness park. In a 220-word telegram sent j to the prime minister, the so- j ciety said it was "appalled by the apathy of the British Co- lumbia government" toward despoliation of tire valley, which if described as ''one of the most magnificent wilder- ness areas in the world." The valley runs 71 miles north from Hie Kaiser Resources strip coal mine nt Spanvood, in the Crowsnesl Pass area of southeastern B.C. About 10 companies hold coal mining licences covering wilderness area. school divisions in Alberta, among them the Macleod school division. On one occasion, while assist- ing the late Owen Williams, he inspected a class at Armada. It was the first inspection for the teacher, R. (Dick) Pap- worth, whom Dr. Aikenhead succeeded as principal at Turin recently. Wozak Pupils Hold Recital NEW DAYTON (HNS) A piano recital by the pupils of Margaret A. Wozak was held in the New Dayton United Church last year. His work has taken him Those taking part were Billy Nelson. Mona and Theresa AH children entering will be j Europe where he did educa-1 Linitski of Wrentham; Diane jiven theatre tickets. I tional research. He joined the Races, games and other cv- j staff of the University of Cal- ents for young people will be gary in 1950 and served as a held at the Armories grounds to faculty member until his re- complete the program. A MEMORIAL OF THE WOODS The Faith Union Cemetery at Etiikom is being beautified after years of neglect. Shown is one of the headstones, "Memorial of tha Woods." Ehnes Photo. Only LETHBRIDGE AIR SERVICE LTD. Flies NON-STOP to Edmonton With Air Canada no longer serving Lethbridge and Time Airways eliminalina their NON-STOP direct service to Edmonlon, w? are the only Air Service offering NON- STOP air service from Lelhbridge to Edmsnlon in modern Twin Engine Aircraft. Now you can gel to Edmonlon faster, more conveniently, by flying in a Charter Aircraft from Lethbridge Air Service Ltd. Fly with us. We Iry lo make flying a pleas- ure. And we'll take you there NON-STOP. Charter Aircraft Rates as follows: 3 PASSENGER TWIN ENGINE 4 PASSENGER TWIN ENGINE 5 PASSENGER TWIN ENGINE RETURN TRIP IETHBRIDGE TO EDMONTON TO LETHBRIDGE '368: T 2f: (If Tolcil Cos! is divided by the Passengers the average cost )J) NOTE: A Round Trip Airline fare is per person. If you have 3 or more people travelling together, o Charier Aircrafl cosls no more and sometimes cosls less lhan regular Airline fares, Phone us at 327-1561 for further information. LETHBRIDGE AIR SERVICE LTD. WE'RE GOING PLACES! lirement last August. During the past year the Aikentead's have endeared and Alan Anderson, Janice Duell and Mary Jo Schill of New Dayton; Navee and Neil Herbst, Kim Moshurchak, Lau- rel Graham, Connie Tetzlaff, Mark Albrecht of and Brenda and Stephen Howlett. themselves to the people of the i Maureen and Jeanne Snow and Turin community. They have M i c h e 1 e Schambcr of Milk showed great concern and con sideration for members of families in the area during times of stress and illness and have been very active in com- munity affairs. They were active in the Turin Riding Club and River. Awards were presented to Billy Nelson, Mark Albrecht, Theresa Linitski and N a v c e Herbst. Guest pianist was Leanne Herbst, Warner, a former pupil. Dr. I Gifts were presented to Mrs. Wozak on behalf of her pupils from Milk River, Warner, New Dayton and Wrentham. Aikenhead worked on the paper Turin Trails which tha club published. Mrs. Aikenh e a d worked in the concession booth on many occasions. Mrs. Aikenhead has been ac- tive in the Turin Arts and Crafts Club. A connoisseur of fine cooking, she has been host to every school child in Turin during which each has enjoyed removed from the cairn a lurcheon of international front of the library will be re- cuisine as well as sampling i mounted. The public works de- other exotic dishes. j partment offered to t a k e care As he closes the door of the 1 of the task. UEMOUNT PLAQUE COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale and District Centennial Li-; brary officials say the plaque 66th Anniversary Marked By Church COWLEY (HNS) The con-1 gregation of Foothills United j Church here turned out to fill the building in celebration of j the 66th anniversary. Sunny weather and good roads enabled country folk to attend while those from Lund- breck and Pincher Creek were also on hand to greet Rev. Wel- lington Dormer and Mrs. Dor-, mer. Mrs. Joan Glen presided I at the organ with special music j for the occasion. i Beautiful vocal solos were i rendered by Mrs. E. Campbell and Barbara Glen. i Specially selected hymns and scripture added to the effec- j tiveness of the occasion. Rev. Ken Jordan Mr. Dormer as Hie preacher for i the occasion. I Mr. Dormer chose as his topic, Tile Passing and the: Abiding. In his address he re called his happy memories of, his seven years in the Pincher Creek pastorate and Cowlcy in particular. Tribute was paid to those of the congregation who built iro the church in earlier1 years and have gone to their rest. Many examples of conditions in to- day's world were briefly exam- ined. "We must hold lo our faith to stand firm against the shak- ing influence that menace us." Following the service o 1 d friends and neighbors slopped to chat before adjourning to the Community Hall where all sat down to a pot-luck dinnei' serv- ed buffet style. Among those present from both nearby and out of town centres were Mrs. Violet Wal- ters. Mrs. Piose Johnson, Law- rence Cleland. Mr. and Mrs. W. Glen, Mrs. D. Dezall, Mrs. J. Evans and Mr. and Mrs. J. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. H. Irwin of Ed- monton were present. Many years back they were in Mr. Dormer's congregation in Fair- view, i Also present were Mr. and Mrs. H. Larsen of Saskatoon. the latter a sister' of Mr. Dor- A. Weekes Pholo. CELEBRATE Rev. Wellington Dormer and Mrs. Dor- mer gathered with old friends of Ihe Foothills United Church at o dinner of Cowlcy recently held lo celebrate the 66th anniversary of the church. In a special service Rev. Ken Jordan welcomed Mr. Dormer who spoke of his mem- ories of seven years in the Cowley area. Play Programs COALDALE (HNS) Sum- mer playground p r o g a m s south of the Oldman River within Lethbridge County 26 are planned by (he southern county regional recreation board. Programs are to be con- ducted from 1 to 4 p.m. Mon- day through Friday from July 6 to July 31 at tiie McNally. Readymade. Sunnyside and Hardieville Schools and in July and August at the Coaldalc Tot-Lot. Wilderness Slimmer Camps COALDALE (HNS) F o u r wilderness summer camps are being organized by the Leth- bridge County southern re- gional recreation board. Camp location will be at t Camp Impeesa. 24 miles west [cf Pincher Creek in the Beaver I Lakes area. W. D. Geldert is camp di- rector. j Dates are: July 13 to 13: July 19 to 25; July 25 to Aug. 1; I Aug. 1 to 7. rcii Keep Busy At Coaldale COALDALE ULN'SI Aclivi- Ities at the Coaldale, Tot-Lot Playground commence Mon- day. July 6. and continue through July and August from 2 to p.m. Monday through Friday. Children ages six to 12 inclu- sive may participate. It is sponsored by the south- ern county regional recreation I board. i Activities will include games, I arts, crafts and nature hikes. Trained leaders are G a y 1 e i'1'sujiura and Bettv Brewster. FINAL DAY! Tuesday, June 30 McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. ANNUAL DUTCH This Is It! Prices can't go ony lower. So come in Monday or Tuesday and make your bid now for (be Buy of a Lifetime on Photo Equipment! It's a new twisf where prices go down each day by 5% for 10 days Advance bids require a 10% de- posit and are refundable in full if you are outbid. Advance bids must be for the exact amount shown on front of Dutch Auction Sale Card. Listed below is jusf n small portion i of the many outstanding buys avail- i able Better Hurry because the SALE ENDS TUESDAY NIGHTI 35 MM CAMERAS MINOLTA SRI 101. Wilh Case. Regular 28995. 4 Q9 7O ]0lh DAY PRICE, ONtY ot" O YASHICA MINIMATIC El. With Case. Regular 119.95. 7K 71 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY I I I CANONET Qt 1.7. Wilh Flash ar.d Case. Regular 179.90. O A A 10th DAY PPJCE, ONLY I I YASHICA IYNX 5000 E. With Case. Regular 124.50. Ofl flQ 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY OU.UvJ CANONET QL 1.9. With Flash and Case. Regular 163.90. On 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY I Ut.iJU MAMIYA SEKOR 500 DTL. With Case. Regular 229.95. A A QJ 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY I I ZEI5S CONTAFLEX. Wilh Case. Regular 1S5.00. 1 1 C Rt 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY II O.OJ ZEISS CONTAFLEX 126. With Case. Regular 189.00. 1 1Q 5P, lOlh DAY PRKE, ONLY ..II ZEISS 1CAREX CS 35. With Cose. Regular 224.00. -tAI 00 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY I I MINOLTA ELECTROSHOT. W.lh Case. Regular 129.95. fi Ca-.e. Regular 134.95. CC flQ lOlh DAY PRICE, ONLY ___ WW.UO ZEISE V I T E S S A 500 AE. Will, Case. Regular 119.95. "7 1 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY lv.lt YASHICA ELECTRO 35 Wiih Case and Tripod. Regular 149.95. QA "J O 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY I O BUSS-WELL BINOCULARS 9x36 POWER. Wilh Case. Regular io9.5o. cq lOlh DAY PRICE, ONLY 7x35 POWER INSTAFOCUS. W th Case. Regular 54.50. OX OO 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY ___ 10x50. With Case. (Fealherweigiil Regular 114.00. J4 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY II 7x35 WIDE ANGLE. (Fealhorwoig.it Wilh Case. Regular 139.50. Q7 QC 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY O I 7x50 BANNER. With Case. Regular 57.50. O.C OO 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY OO.fcO W 7x35 WIDE ANGLE BANNER. Wilh Case. Regular 49.95. O1 5Q lOlh DAY PRICE, ONLY Of 8x36 CUSTOM. Wilh Case. Regular 104.50. PC OO 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY OO.CO 7x35 CUSTOM. With Case. Regular 99.50. -It loth PAY PRICE, ONLY OC. I H 6x25 CUSTOM. With Case. Regular 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY 7x35 SPORT VIEW. With Case Regular 21.33 34.95. !0tl] DAY PRICE, ONLY SUPER 8 MOVIE CAMERAS ARGUS MODEL 816. With Case. Regular 184.95. 117 3R lOili DAY PRICE, ONLY II' -WW BELL AND HOWELL AUTOLOAD MODEL 308. Regular 99.50. 7 A 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY I CANON 518 ZOOM. With Case. Regular 199.95. 1 OR nC 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY I KOBENA MODEL 321. Wilh Case. Regular 12750 70 nc lOtli DAY PRICE, ONLY W.UJ CANON MODEL 518. With Case and Accessories Valued ut 200.00. 126.08 MOVIE PROJECTORS BELL AND HOWELL MODEL 4662 DUAL. Regular 217.95. 4 flQ i. lOlh DAY PRICE, ONLY I I 1 ZEISS MOVIELUX 58. Regular 149.00. 10th DAY PSICE, ONLY BOLEX 1S-5L SUPER 8. 219.50. 10th DAY PRICE, 4 -j A ONLY I I I AliGUS 871. Regular 119.50. O lOlh DAY PRICi, ONLY I KODAK INSTAMATiC 85. With 2-am Lsns. Regular 232.00. lOili CAY PEICE, ONLY KODAK INSTAMATIC MBS. R e a u I o 199.50. -5 pC lOlh DAY PRICE, ONLY I dJ. I O KODAK IN5TAMATIC M80. Regular 252.00. -1C fOlh DAY PRICE, ONLY I I iJ KODAK INSTAMATIC Zoom Lens. Regular 282.00. "v1? 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY lfi.il ARGUS MODEL 881 DUAL. R e n u I a r 145.00. A1 10th DAY PRICE. ONLY I I KODAK INSTAMATIC M65. Regular 131.00. p.g nr lOlh DAY PRICE, ONLY SUDE FRCJSCTQRS KODAK CAROUSEL 800. Red !c-i 181.00. DAY PRICE, A ONLY I I I U KODAK CAROUSEL 850. Reg lar 227.00. 10th DAY PRICE, 35 SAWYERS 600 A. RcgCa, 189.50. lOlh DAY PRICE, -t %n QO ONLY t CU.9O K E V S T O N E 900. Regular 139.95. 10th DAY PRICE, OO Q ONLY WS3. I 3 AIREQUiPT 1350. Regular 114.50. 10th DAY PRICE, TFQ ONLY U. I 3 BELL AND HOWELl DUO HEADLINER. Regular 99.95. A 10th DAY PRICE, ONLY ARGUS HOLIDAY MODEL 505. Regular 58.95. v-7 nO lOlh DAY PRICE, ONLY VI CONVENIENT TERMS ARRANGED! McCREADY- PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., Lethbriclge Phone 327-3555 ;