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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Stilurcloy, Juno 57, 1970 DISTRICT DOINGS IDS Mission MAGRATH (HNS) Robetl Leishman has been called to the Franco-Spanish Mission for tlie LDS Church. This is a new district. A farewell testimonial was held in Magrath Second Ward services at the chapel. Speak crs included Mr. and Mrs. Ger aid Leishman, Eugene Dahl Reed Coleman and Mr. Leisli man. Wqding Times COALDALE (HNS) The southern county regional rec- reation board reports the Coal- dale Tot-Lot Wading Pool will be open from 1 to 6 p.m. com- mencing Thursday, July 2, and continuing until schools re-open in fall. Children 6 to 12 years inclu- sive may play in the pool. Bible School Scheduled At Pincher PINCHER CREEK (Special) Trinity Lutheran Church will conduct a vacation Bible school July 6 to July 17. Classes will be held from 9 a.m. until a.m., Monday through Friday. Registration will take place in the church between a.m. and 9 a.m. The theme is My Country Under God. Youngsters from the age of three to 14 are invited to come and join in Bible lessons, songs, games and handicraft. BORROW BOOKS COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale and District Centennial Li- brary book circulation for the first five months in 1970 was down from the 1969 fig- ure of EVERYONE TAKES PART John Davidson School, Coaldale, held its sports day recently and everyone took part. There were no eliminations. Three hundred pupils competed with emphasis on participating and not on win- ning. Marilyn Kertesz clears the bar in the high jump event. Greg Holmes, Grade 1, gave the broad jump a big try. Tymburski Photos. T'loo Industrial Projects Win Federal Assistance CRANBROOK (Special) May summary of the regional economic expansion program under federal incentives act (offering substantial capital ex- pansion assistance for ap- proved new projects or expan- sion) lists two successful East Kootenay applicants. Interior Prefabs Ltd. of Cran- brook, owned by Don Mazur and Don Wilson, has been ap- Droved for expansion to manu- :actnre pre hung doors and windows. Its subsidy rate is 12 )er cent of capital, and :or each new job created. Plans call for eight new em- ployees. Second successful applicant ror grants is a new business for ?ernie area. East Kootenay Steel. It is locating in Spar- wood-Michel and its estimated capital requirement is or factory machine shop. Its grant will be 10 per cent this plus for each of tl estimated seven new job created. Spray Course CLARES HOLM (HNS) Town council has passed a nn tion by Councillor1 Cliff Symond to proceed with aerial sprayin of the golf course; the propert recently purchased known the Dahl property; the lagoons and the area north of the town dump at a cost of to con trol mosquitoes. Council passed a motion b Councillor Charles Thomas t again defer a decision o whether or not to become member of the Oldman Rive Regional Planning Commission Claresholm is the only town o any size not yet a member in the planning district. Aug. 3 PINCHER CREEK (Special) Aug. 3 was declared a civic holiday at the recent town council meeting. Brad Sawyer was appointed deputy-mayor for the ensuing three months. Eric Sutchffe tendered a let- ter of resignation from the planning appeal board. Archie Wilson will fill the vacancy, to be effective immediately. A letter of thanks from Com- s Civic ASPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEl Construction Co. Ltd, PHONE 328-2702 327-3610< manding officer Furdy of the RCMP, for the fine town police building, was read. The new mobile home bylaw rescinds all others that applied to trailers. Trailers will now be assessed at 1.5 cents per square feet with a maximum charge of Bylaw 1134 for the borrowing of for the financing of the police building was given its first and second reading as was bylaw 1135 for the borrow- ing of for sewer, water, curb and gutter for the new subdivision on the south hill. Approval of plan L.S.-0030 on the relocation of the lane wes of Jimmie's Service was given Gordon Robb was appointee council's representative to the recreation board. Town foreman J. Malanchuk reported marking of streets would commence at once as the new stripper had arrived. Attending were Mayor Ar thur Ames, Alex McMurdo Gordon Robb, Brad Sawyer Jim Burns, Francis Sorge Town foreman J. Malanehuk and Recreation Director F Lipsky. Need Faith In Each Othei SPARWOOD (HNS) Dur- ing the recent opening cere- monies of the new townsite at Sparwood Rev. Trainor be- stowed the Blessing. "0 God by whose word all things are made holy, pour Gems of Truth: PRESENTED WEEKLY BY VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. LETHBRIDGE God Cares. When His eye Is on Ihe Iparrow And each budding leaf that grows. When He sends the dew each morning, And the sunshine to the rose; You may know beyond all doubting, In this trial you're passing through, God cares and every moment He is watching over you. down your blessing on this new townsite of S'parwood. "May all who live here be blessed with a real sense of responsibility that will make the town not just another place of buildings but a de- lightfully warm home of Christian love. "May Spanvood be blessed with parents who take a deep and continuing interest in ev- ery phase of their children's lives blessed with children who radiate a deep and real glowing love for their par- ents. "You don't need a lot of money for such a town but you do need a lot of faith in each other and in God." SIGN POINTS WAY COALDALE (HNS) A sign directing Coaldale citizens to the Coaldale and District Cen- tennial Library will be creeled on main street at the corner of 20th Ave. and 18th St. The li- brary is one-half of a block south of the sign. n i -f, umtt IMM urn (MMJM KOUJ a COOL YOUR CAR WITH MOBILAIRE AUTO AIR CONDITIONING Chcvs., Fordi Plymouths S350 Installed Olds., Buicks Installed Cools faster, more costs less to operate. AtL INQUIRIES WELCOME 1 Day Service CHEVROLET OLDSMOBSLE Terms To Suit GM Pmts Dislribulorl Cor. 2nd Ave. tind 8th Street S. Phone 327-3147 East Kootenay 4-H Members Honored At Chamber Dinner CRANBROOK East Kootenay 4-II Club young- sters were special guests cf hon- or at a recent chamber" of com- merce dinner when major awards were presented for the past eight months of club work. Canadian Bank of Commerce gold watches award for work in the individual beef or home- craft club competition were won by Dan Blackwcll, Wy c 1 i f f e Beef, and Susan Salanski, South Country Beef. Sheila Thielen was announced district representative at pro- vincial 4-H competition at Ver- in July, and Lynn Dix- son, East Kootenay Homecraft was named Idaho exchange member to visit July 18 to Aug. 1. Chalmers Trophy for top beef judge went to Susan Salanski. Wasa Beef Club won the Mc- Donald Ranch Trophy for club beef achievement and Laurie Broderick, Wasa Beef Club, the Co-op Showmanship award. For grand champion steer Sonia Maurer, Windermere Val- ley Club, was presented the Royal Bank silver tray and the Valley Automotive Shield, and also the junior showmanship Siiur Gain Feed Trophy. Walkley Trophy for the re- serve market steer went to Peter Trescher, Winderm ere Valley, and Pine Butte Show equipment for market steer to Dan Blackwcll. In home craft competition Bonnie McLean of East Koot- enay won junior first, and Lynn Dixson senior first. For rally clothing judging Terry Johnson, East Kootenay was junior first, and Susan Salanaski, South Country senior first. The latter won the Mae Lclcher trophy in open competition. Linda Strauss of SouUi Coun- try topped, the juniors in rally judging. Cash awards backing all these winner's and those taking second end third place ribbons and rosettes will be presented at the various separate fall meetings w h e n the clubs go back into operation. Sparwood Council Thanked SL SPARWOOD (HNS) At a banquet following the official opening of the Sparwood town- site, former Mayor Orlando Un- garo proposed the toast to Spar- acting mayor SSro Ci- molini introduced guests Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Ungaro of Kelpwna, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrard Balsley, Fernie, MP Doug Stewart and his wife, MLA and Mrs. Leo Nimsick and Rev. Trainor of St. Michael's Parish Natal. Harry Jensen of Underwood and MacLellan, engineers and planners, complimented the council on all that has been ac- complished. He said the council "just would not give up no matter what obstacles were placed be- fore it." Council was "dedicated beyond the bounds of duty." He thanked the council for the opportunity of working with them on the project. Mr. Balsley, vice-president of Kaiser Resources, compliment- ed Underwood and MacLellen on the good job it had done in planning the new townsite. He said Kaiser was happy to see Sparwood growing and that the growth had to be near the industry. He also stated Kaiser wel- comes criticism from residents. Mr. Balsley also spoke of towns such as Michel, Natal, C o r b i n and Fernie as towns that were built by sweat and tears as the men eked out a living for their families. With- out these people the towns would not have prospered and it is people like this that will make Sparwood grow. Mrrcimolini thanked all the people who had been associated with the urban renewal and land assembly project in any way. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg, 328-4095 Miss Hollings worth Feted E17JKOM (HNS) A large number of friends gathered in the Hoping Community Centre recently to shower Miss Karen Hollingsworth, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Lyle Hollingsworth, bride-elect of Roger Trehub. A feature of the decor was a bridal doll, miniature shower ornaments and streamers fes- tooned around the gift table with white bells. A short skit was played, act- ing an emergency operation. A painted table cloth was passed among the gucsls to be signed with the guest hook. Mrs. Chuck (Lyla) Laqua presented Miss Hollingswortli with gifts. Assisting the bride-to-be In the unwrapping were her cous- in Miss Jennifer Hollingsworth, and Miss Colette Milzel with L e o n a Faulh recording. Ar- ranging the gifts were Patricia Herbst and Roxanne Flexhaug. The shower was sponsored by the Faith Catholic Women's League, Hoping Women's Insti- tute and the Thislleridge Club. rfjereditk INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH Photogray; glasses They know when to turn on. and oft They darken when it's sunny and bright. Then clear indoors anil at night. Smoothly. Comfortably. Automatically. A neutral gray that never hides your eyes, doesn't disturb natural coloring. Corning created the Photo glass. "We make the glasses to your prescription. Just come in and ask. OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 3'08-ijth-. ST. S, LETHBRIDGE- 327-3609 Crossword :iFancl OLD-TIME RADIO ACROSS 1 Legal writ. 7 Assuage. 12 Colombian city. 16 Speech problem, 20 City in New Jersey. 21 Once more. 22 Ward after grace. 23 Peruvian empire of old. 24 Radio's "The Alt- American Boy." 27 Early radio soap opera. 29 Price paid. 30 Opera star Rosalind 31 Attention. 32 Mighty, 33 Stay. 36 Muscat is its capital. 38 Wrong- doing, 39 Alfonso, for one. 40 Some; Fr. In The 44 Spanish saint. Street 48 Pismire. 49 Baseball great. 5D Highway channel. 51 Aspect. 52 Biblical region. 56 Buzzing character of radio. 59 Descended: poet. Arabia. 62 Fibber's spouse. 63 Girl's name. 61 Terrify. 65 Going hungry. 66 With competence. 67 Went wild over. 69 Subject. 70 British dessert. 71 Turmeric. 72 Dimwits. 73 Pursue. 74Percoid fisn. 75 Foolish talk. 77 Pistol: si, 73 Lovetap. 79 Poured. 80 Said "so help me." 82 Worked at steadily. 83 Gratuity. 86 Cut In two, 87 Wharton's Frome." S3 Unseeing. 39 Polish cake. 90 Type of ship. 91 Braid. 93 Part of roof, 94 Greek philosopher. 95 Barrel staves. 96 old-time radio lawmen. 99 To be; Lai. IDjAfficionado. 101 Least false. 104 Bitter vetch. DOWN 1 Modem teacher. 2 Irish isles. 3 4 Part of a printing press. Khan, 6 Indian weight, 7 Shiny. 8 Taj Mahal site. 9 Asian country. 10 Wine: Fr. 11 Siamese twin. 12 Bench house. 13 African VIP. 14 Gam. 15 Motivate. 16 Register. 17 Lay to rest 18 Vista. 19 Wingding. 25 Intend. 26 Drifted. 28 Inner Hebrides island. 31 Old-time radio duo. 34 Black. 35 College course: colloqT 36 Pay dirt. 37 Debussy's "La 38 Fry a bit. 40 Girl, in "I Remember Mama." 41 Invest with a garment. 42 Old-time tear jerker 44 Tendency. 45 Girl's name. 47 Schoolboy caps. SOS. Amer. mountains. 51 Employ. 53 "Where the elite'meet to tat." 54 "Die Fleder- maus" maid. 55 Tease. 57 District of England. 58 Roistar. 60 Ornamental fabric. 61 Swelled. 105 Ebro, e.g. 106 Mental midget. 108 More fun haver? 109 Brink. 110 Fern. name. 111 Thrice; comb. form. 114 Appropriate. 115 Afford. 118 Ascended- 120 Paddle. 121 Tibetan animal. 123 Resting. 127 Old-time 1 soap 129 Radio adventures of Jack7 Doc and 133 Cruising. 134 Redact. 135 Legislator 136 Feeling carefree. 137 Split; 138 Specks, 139 Deputy. 140 Boated en the Thamef 64 Specter. 67 Meandered, 68 Imitated. 69 Runic letter. 70 Exhausted.' 72 Money in Mexico. 73 Slav. 74 Actress Barbara 76 Fastened firmly. 78 Variety of peaches. 79 Wading birds. 80 All mala party. 81 Radio character with bird- like sound- (with 82 Factory. 84 Michener best seller. 85 Relay. 86 Motto for Little Rhody. 87 Impetuout ardor. Diagramhss 21x21hyJanelC. Flory 1 Long thin stick. 5 Laundromat equipment, 7 H am mar- skjold. 10 Scat of jazz trombonist. 12 Adeline in Spain. 14 Median. 15 Urban transport. 17 Little weakness. 18 Native mineral. 19 Watcrhole. 21 Uncertainty. 22 Mason's gadget, 23 Tower. 25 Yore. 25 Church bench. 29 Girl's name. 30 Prejudice. 32 Dispute: coiloq. 3526-A Is one. 36 Pindar's specialty. 37 Improvisa- tions. 41 Mutt. 42 Island access. 44 Questionable pronoun? 46 Irritable, 47 Feudal estates. 49 Whir, or haw! 50 Built-in balance? 53 Sash. 55 Rosiest poker. 59 Clock sound: var. 62 Brings action, 63 Refund. 64 Nimble. 6G Donkey. 67 Sheepish sound. 68 Golf gadget. 69 Water mammal. 72 African mode. 83 Showy gait; 84 Young 83 Bored with it all. 89 Dracula's sometime form. 91 Denture. 92 Senior citizens. 93 Ruhr city. 5 Ventured. 6 Thong. 7 Obligation. B The whole lot. illness. 85 Comic poem. 88 Source of caviar, 89 Consolation, 90 Plaintive Bound, SOLUTIONS OK UST. 9 Leave from Scotland! 10 El the arena. 11 Facile. 12 Wild sheep. 13 Bob bait. 14 Japanese drama. 16 Environment. 17 Large book. 97 Madhouse. 98 Hankering. 100 Failed a course. 102 Rum: Sp. 103 "Hansel Gretcl." 107 European river. 20 Acoustical detective device, Social sprig: colloq. Cole. 25 Greek letter. 27 Pixy. 28 Moist. 31 Brotherhood. 3? Cut.. 33 King of Judsli. 34 Ba.th.ful. 35 Sneer. 37 See 4-D. 103 Explosions. 109 "Siegfried" character. 111 sister. 112 Obliterate. 113 Mature. 116 Concerning. 117 Consumed. 38 Michaelmas daisy 39 Clef.' 40 Helvetian. 43 Sponsorship. 45 Not there, in Alabama. 47 Winter menace. 48 Matched collections. 50 Southern state: abbr, 51 Astern. 52 dcs Pins. 53 Gets rid of. 119 Install in office. 120 121 Piece of wood. 122 English river. 124 Pulsate, 125 Gaelic. yourself (get 56 Sphere. 57 Kind of vote. 58 Near East costume. 60 Choose to retire: si. 61 Inch alonji Paulo. 65 Form of 57-0. 70 And others. 71 Sussex. 72 Spiritual, excellence. 126 Colored. 128 Bachelor- end. 129 O.T. book. 130 Ship's diary; 131 Carolint Island. 132 Masculine nickname. 73 Headstand? 74 Welsh river, 75 French spirit. 76 Mormonsj in short. 78'Aegean Island.- 80 Strife. 81 Cadmus' daughter. 83 Wefl-hecletfr B6 O.T, high 87 tag and bobtail. CRYPTOGRAiMS An CAB E PI, EUF JAILY CORE 0 I) ALA, DOG'A HI DABA; AIJ PZHF AE'Y YII FOVX EUJPX PZYB EOMF O YfGX JAM ABA. Hy Esther Neville MXX'IJ UNION CSXIM QIS-QOXX SCXN. ByHenry Gtlmttt Last Week's Cryptograms Awfully Itad headache nearly caused home town hero fd miss Ing football gams. Famous chef in rush (o taslc French foast for first time. Mad camper came prepared. 0 Field luc.. 1970 ;