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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta DISTRICT DOINGS Shower Held NATAL (HNS) A well-at- tended miscellaneous shower was held in St. Michael's Hall in Natal in honor of Miss Cather- ine Kaufmarai, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Graham of Sparwood. The bride-to-be was escorted into the hall by Miss Wendy Cults of Fernie' and Miss Sharon Holley of Elk Valley, who later assisted in the opening of the many lovely gifts. Plan Bingo NATAL (HNS) Father An- thony OMI Council mil stage its second annual Knights of Col- umbus cash bingo in the Natal arena Saturday, May 23. A total will be given away, Proceeds form the bingo will go towards the council's chari- table donations project for the ensuing year. Supper Meeting NATAL (HNS) The Angli- can Church Women held their regular' meeting recently at the home of Mrs. Bev Hutchinson in Sparwood. At this was the final business meeting of the spring, it was decided to have the next meet- ing as a supper meeting June 17. Regular business meetings will again commence in Sep- tember. 100 New Homes Are Planned SPARWOOD (HNS) Ron Stajcer, resident manager for Dawson Developments, states that land is to be cleared for 100 homes in the new townsite of Sparwood. These will crjnsist of 50 single dwellings and 50 du- plex units. These homes are to be built on land adjacent to the company's present housing pro- ject. O Rumpus Room Carpet Famous Outdoor fibre with rubber back. Idea! for rumpui rooms. 4 colors only. MATERIAL ONLY 4.49 SQ. YD. Revelstoke BUILDING MATERIALS Corner 3rd Ave. and 17th St. S. fhonm 327-5777 MonUoy, May 25, 1970 THE lETHHRIDCI! HERALD 3 GRADS GATHER Sparwood Secondary'Schooi graduates completed their term at a banquet and prom held recently in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church Hall. Graduands included front row, from left, Nancy Edwards, Loris Bertoi, Lynn Thomson, Mary Czech, Tina letasy, Catherine Kaufman, Dorothy Weltstein; middle row, Joe Paniec, Linda Putich, Donna Edwards, Cheryle Cook, Lodie Lowe, Dorie Bevilacqua, Stuart Cerny; and back row, Victor Adachi, Edward Gauthier, Bob Ebertz, Pat CKRourke, Norris Fedorek, John Musil, Gordon Polacik and Ernie Misurelli. -Vern Decoux Photo. Kaiser Tour June 13, 14 SPARWOOD (HNS1) Kaiser Resources Ltd. is offering to residents of the Crowsnes area an ODportunity to view its operations" June 13 and 14. The tours will take in the Harmer Ridge surface mining operation and the Elkview Plant. Bus transportation will be provided from the Fertile Arena and the Greenhill Hotel, Blairmore. Pickup point for res- idents of Natal and Sparwood will be the junction of the Elk Valley Road and Highway 3. Local papers are carrying ap- plication forms for persons wishing to make the tour. These forms, listing the names anc addresses of persons interested in joining the tour, must be returned to Terry Garvey, Traffic Manager, Kaiser Re- sources Ltd., Box 490, Fernie, B.C. Grants Sought For Recreation SPARWOOD (HNS) At joint meeting of the Sparwood Planning and Recreation Com- mittees, A. Cimmolini was elected vice chairman. It was reported that all the motions made at the previous meetings had been accepted by council. The secretary will make the necessary applications to the government for approved grants to Recreation Commis- sions. These grants are to pro- vide some incentive to commu- nities to hire professional per- sonnel and to encourage small communities to provide oppor- tunity for citizens to participate in recreation programs. CASH CROP Grow Sunflowers UNDER CONTRACT DEMETER AGRO LTD. WILL PAY 4c PER LB. DELIVERED TO GOVERNMENT ELEVATOR, LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-5737, LETHBRIDGE or contact Alberta Pool Agents in Claresholm, Blackie, Vauxhall or Lethbridge area. Nearly 200 Girls Affected By Loss Of Summer Camp RAYMOND (HNS) Mrs. 0. Hicken, President of th Young Ladies Mutual Improve ment Association of the LD Taylor Stake, has stated be tween 150 and. 200 girls am their leaders will be effected b the fire which destroyed thei summer mountain home. Camp Tee-La-Daw was bull on the shore of Waterton Lak by the people of the Tayl Stake in 1954. Mrs. Frank 1 Taylor was the president of th YLMIA at the time. It wa. through her efforts and the su port of her husband the projec was started, which covered number of years before thei were funds to build the home Mrs. Hicken has cenfirme the summer schedule for th girls of the Stake to go M camp in groups was drawn ready for the first holiday th first week of July. -For a larg number of these girls there wil be no summer holiday m th mountains. Much of the furnishings of tin home were to be replaced fo this year's camp. The furnitur had been taken to the home also was lost in the blaze of UE known origin. President Fay H. Walker the Stake, under whose direc ion the home operates, sail' "under the present conditions i is doubtful if we will rebuild.1 The home was partly coveret >y insurance. As late as las Monday afternoon six member of the board had checked th Shower Held TURIN (HNS) A commuil ity bridal shower was held i the Turin School auditorium re- cently to honor Miss Marillyi Haughian. Games were under the direc lion of Mrs. Tony (Rose Marie lormoth. Miss Pauline Ike- wchi was in charge of the book. The bride-to-be was present ed with her gifts by Mrs. Pau Pauline) Juhar. Assisting the vride were her bridemaids Hiss Mildred Kubik and Miss Patsy Haughian. Falls To Death SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A i reman demonstrating the aerial ladder fell 40 feet to his death here before about lorrified elementary school children. Robert L. Hutchinson 4, was part of a ladder crew hat went to the Argonne School is part of a departmental pro- gram. Thank you Canada! Seagram's Five Star now outsells all other brands of whisky. The reason? Easy taste and easy to look at. Plus the Seagram name and quality. Prove it for yourself. That's the easy part. The easy whisky. _.. OTA r> flVt CANADIAN RYE WMISKV JOSEPH E SEAGH4M t SONS LlUlf ED N building and found all in order. By Tuesday evening there was only ashes left. Dignitaries o Expected For Opening SPAEWOOD (HNS) Mines Minister Frank Richter will pull the lever hero June 16 to activate the coal loading facil- ities at the official opening of Kaiser Resources new coal min- ing operations. Mr. RicMer will head a list of provincial officials, execu- tives of Kaiser Resources and its associated companies, Jap- anese steel mill representatives for whom most of the coal is being produced and local offi- cials. The opening here will follow a similar ceremony at Kaiser's West shore Terminals Ltd. where Prime Minister Trudeau heads the guest list and where he will officially open the ship loading facilities at R 0 b e r t s Bank superport. B.C. Premier W. A. C. Ben- nett will also play a big part in the ceremonies and federal and provincial cab i n e t ministers also are expected. Visitors from the U.S. and Japan are expect- ed to arrive in Vancouver, June 14. ANIMALS UNION Costa Rica has laws restrict- ing horses, mules and oxen to no more than 48 hours of work a week. Physiotherapy Program Planned At Crowsnest BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Luini, administrator of the Crowsnest Pass Municipal Hospital, announced that the Crowsnest Pass Municipal Hos- pital has been accepted into a southern Alberta physiotherapy program. A physio therapist and nurse, travelling by car, will work out of the Lethbridge Aux- iliary Hospital. The Lethbridge Auxiliary hospital has accepted and will direct the program which embraces five southern Alberta units who will share the cost of the program. Construction of a 24 by 30 foot 15 Students Graduate TURIN (HNS) The Picture Butte High School held its 1970 graduation exercises recently. Among the grade 12 graduands were 15 students from Turin. They were Allan Bailey, Cyn- thia Dunn, Pat Haughian, Vin- cent Lammi, Lora Mellow, Ken- neth Odland, Patti Parks, Kathy Rettie, Gerald Shimek, Debbie Staulh, Diane Stronski, Carol Swartzenberger, Leonard Swartzenberger, Trudy Vander Heide, and Garth Warnock. additional room on me u'ows-nest Pass Hospital has begun and will bo used for the physiotherapy program. Wilf Milburn of Frank has been appointed as trustee on the Crowsnest Pass Municipal Hospital board to represent 01 i'lanis. mi. iuiiuun replaces the late Joseph Zcmek jli-. Luini also announced thai the Dr. Emil Aiello Memoria Fund now stands at -mately Donations to the fund will be accepted at tho hospital. Beginner Registration Dates Set In BLAIRMORE (CNP office of the secretary at Crowsnest Pass Division has announced Board has approved tho registration of beginners will be taken between the hours of budget totalling with a supplementary requisi- to 4 p.m. on May 28 and of of the following Coleman residents may register at the Central and were accepted Mrs. D. Warick at Bellevue McEach- on Schools; Blairmore and Frank residents may register at the B 1 a i r m o re Elementary School and the BeUevue, Mohawk and Hillcrest residents may register their children School, Mrs. A. Huesdens and Mrs. J. Gray at the Isabelle Sellon High School, Blairmore and Mrs. M. Baldwin and Mrs. D. Stojak at the Horace Allen High School. the M.D. McEachern Secretary John Albizzati advised that children to be OPEN FOR BUSINESS istered must be six years of RIVER WELDING on or before Dec. 31, 1970. The birth certificate of each child to be registered must be presented to comp 1 e t e WELDER REG BARROWS, Prop. Phone Late registrants may We didn't know you didn't know. We believed that most people knew almost as much about us as we know about ourselves. But we admit, quite frankly there are more than a few people who don't know who we are, what we do or who we do it for. And since our business is service, service for everybody, however big or small their financial needs might be, we feel it's time to tell everybody about ourselves. To tell you what we are, we have to tell you what we aren't. We're not a bank. We're certainly not an insurance company. We're not even a stock market investment house. We do offer services that you might get at any of these, true. However, none can offer the combination of services we offer. This is what makes us different. You might say we provide one-stop care for all your financial affairs. proof you don't have to be rich to tap the stock market. We pool the money of hundreds of people like yourself in our Equity Investment Fund. Then we have our own stock analysis invest it in Blue Chip stocks where the sweetest action is. They can do it right because they're professionals who study the market day after day, week after week, year in and year out. They even study each company's management. Its competition. Its product. Everything affecting the company's money-making potential. And they buy a variety of stocks. Oils. Mines. Banks. Pulp and paper. Electronics. That's so your eggs won't all be in one basket. As the stocks rise in value your share of the pool increases in equal value. And it works beautifully. If you had started using this plan seven years you would have more than doubled your money by now. Because the value of your money moves with the economy, this is a good way to protect your savings against inflation. And there are no salesmen's commissions to pay. Sound interesting? Just call us. ernment makes the tax rules. Use them and save some money. You can save up to a year of your earned income, watch your money grow, and still have control of it. The government says in effect "Plan now for your retirement, and we'll allow you to pay as much as into a registered retirement savings plan. And we won't tax you on So you merely lower your taxable'income by investing up to in one of our registered retirement savings plans. You save on tax.. You can get your money out too. And it's not dead. It grows. For instance, suppose you had invested in our Equity Retirement Plan just seven years By now your money would have more than doubled. That's definitely not dead money. We also offer you an alternative plan, which guarantees a rate of interest established each year. When you withdraw your money from your plan, you have to pay taxes on it at that time. But this is exactly what's most important. You pay tax on the money when you choose tq pay it. This has led some to call the plan a tax shelter. One fellow we know paid into it for five years, watched it grow, then took the bundle out and used it to replace a normal income while he lazed in Majorca for six months. If you care to, you can leave it in until you retire for good. Either way, it's an excellent plan for you. It's especially valuable because we don't have a lot of salesmen out making calls, therefore, you don't have to pay high sales com- missions. All you have to do is call us. to December CANADA HURON Here's an investment that pays more than savings bonds. And it's guaranteed just as solid. It's called a guaranteed investment certificate. It's something like a savings bond, and as easy to buy. All you do is leave some money with us for a certain time. We guarantee to pay you a specified interest during that time. The government guarantees it too. So you feel good about two things. First, there's this no-risk guaranteed interest. Then there's the interest rate itself. You can usually earn close to 2% more than in a regular savings account, depending on how long you want to leave your nroney in. And you get interest on your interest. When you buy a guaranteed investment certificate, you choose how much money you want to invest, and for how long. It can be for a minimum of one year. Or for two, three, four, or five years. Once you've got it, the rate can't move down, left, right, forward or backward. Like we said, it's guaranteed. Wouldn't you like to have one? Your will and your estate. In simple words, shoit sentences and plain English. Qspile the importance of proper planning, countless people con- tinue to leave their estates in a shambles. The usual objection is that they're "loo busy" to plan. This is ironic. For these are so often the kind of people who work so hard ta be responsible and to provide for their loved ones. We usually find there is a deeper cause for not taking action, however. It's superstition. Some of the most sophisticated people feel that if they mate up a will they'll automatically die. So they put it off. This is a shame. Because it's nothing but black; cats and broken mirrors. We have hundreds of clients who took the step, and they're still living happily on. Because they know they've done the right thing. So why don't you do it too We have a free booklet that tells about your will and your estate, in simple words, short sentences and plain English. Come in and pick one up. Last, but not least, simple savings and chequing accounts. This is a good way to get started with Canada Trust. And there's no mystery about it. You'll find we have all the familiar things. Like'tellers and deposit slips and withdrawal slips and cheques. We have some unfamiliar things too. Like sewing kits and rain bonnets for the la_dies. Balloons and road fun books for the kids. Getting started is easy. Just walk in and open an account at any of our eighty branches across Canada. You'll feel right at home. Our history dates further back than Eaton's, Imperial Oil and Canadian Pacific. We go back a bit further to 1864. To early spring in London, Ontario. To a time when 25 pioneer businessmen gathered in the room above MacFie's Store and founded the company that is now Canada Trust. The original idea bom at that meeting still lives on in our present company philosophy: "To bring the maximum amount of energy and intelligence to bear on tltf project in order to most effectively serve the cMent." .We've stuck to it rigidly throughout the century. It can't die. It just keeps getting better. For the more we grow, the more service we are able to provide. This is why we're now one of Canada's largest trust companies, with more branches coast lo coast than anyone else. Now you knoNV who we arc, where we've been, and what we do. So let's do business. TRUST k I H I I ;