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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November 30, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Campbell briefed on need for hospital at Spar wood NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Mm icipal Affairs Minister Campbe visited the District of Spat-woo recently and was entertaine by council at a luncheon. He discussed matters relate to urban renewal, subsidize1 Housing, and the need for i proved hospital facilities in tl area. Mr. Campbell met with Ihri delegations at the district cour cil office. The delegations re resented the Elk Valley ban Protective Association. T h e asked for time to prepare zoning plan alternative to thi proposed by the Regional Di trict of East Kootonay. A second delegation was c hand to ask the minister t Minister approves referendum NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Chai: man of the school board c School District No. 1 (Fernie J. A. Pidgeon has received telegram from Education Min ister Brothers granting approv al for the school board's pro posed capital expenditure re erendum to be held during th Dec. 12 elections. The referendum calls for Ih construction of four new class rooms here, two for Spanvooc Secondary School and two fo Spanvood Elementary Schoo The referendum also calls fo the construction of four class rooms for Fernie. Money involved in the referen dum is Moriyamas honored at Garden City MAGHATH (HNS) Mr and Mrs. Sherwin Moriyama were honored at a "welcome home party" at the hbme o Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ehlert They recently returned from Japan where Elder Mariyama served a Vk year mission for the LDS church. He stayed on to assist with Expo 70 and married Miss Kazsko (child of Mr. and Mrs. Moriyama were speakers at Magrath Firs; Ward services. He translated as she spoke in Japanese. Both related missionary experiences from their labors in southern Japan. Misses Jane and Lucy Kad- orraga played an organ anc piano solo as an interlude. Prayer was offered by Elder David Iwasa of Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Mariyama 1 i v e in Calgary. CNIB canvas scheduled NATAL (HNS) The annual canvass for funds for the Cana- dian National Institute for the Blind will get under way throughout the District of Spar- wood on Nov. 30 and will con- tinue into the first four or five days of December. Miss Vallie Quarin, chairman of the drive, has organized Sec- ondary School students to make the canvas. Objective for this year's drive is WHIST PAHTY IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Battersea Women's Insti- tute held a whist party recent- ly at the home of Mrs. R. Har- vie with five tables playing. Mrs. C. Aitken and Mrs. K. Harvie were high score prize winners. consider with his cabinet min- isters the need for improved liospital facilities here. The third delegation represented Natal home-owners who are seeking better, settlements for their property to be purchased under the Urban Renewal Scheme. The minister was able to' im- prove communications and un- derstanding with the delegation of zoning of the Elk Valley. He clarified a number of points which formerly were not fully understood by 'this group. The minister also indicated he is prepared1 to discuss the hospital needs with the approp- riate cabinet minister. In the matter of urban re- newal he was unable to make any promises to the people of the community. The courts for expropriation now have the matter in hand and the resi- dents of the town of Natal should be seeking a better deal through the courts. He did indi- cate that his government was prepared to help in any way with alternate housing schemes. Earlier in the day council had discussed with the minister a for a subsidized hous- ing scheme which would make use of some of the units of the row houses in Sparwood. The minister indicated that he would do all that was within Iris power to expedite any sub- sidized housing scheme. NEW AGRICULTURIST Recently-appointed Assistant District Agriculturist Bill Wilson, left, discussess the new Alberta Farm Account Book wifh D. A. Murray F. Wilde. Born at Carlyle, Sask., William C, Wilson, 22, is a graduate of the university of Saskat- chewan. He was posted to ihe Taber office following six months at Claresholm, and succeeds Alan Toly who went to Claresholm as district agriculturist. Gibb photo Snow vehicles bylaw wins okay By VERN DECOUX Crowsncst Pass Bureau COLEMAN Coleman coun- cil recently decided to take ac- ion to enforce the local bylaw o control the operation of snow The bylaw indicates the maximum speed of the motor- ized snow vehicles, when op- erating in alleys or crossing NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Ron Schiffe, son of Mi's. Alba Schiffe of Eparwood, has won a lursary for high marks from he B.C. Institute of Technology in Vancouver. He is a final year student in structural and techni- cal engineering. He received an earlier bursary from the school mounting to In addition Sewer system 3rogressing at good pace COALDALE (HNS) Woi n the new sewage lagoon an disposal system project is pr grossing favorably, councillo on informed counc ecently. The new sewer lagoons hav wen completed. S'ome pip work will have to wait til ning. The lift station con .ruction is now to groun evel, councillor Low said. Dirt filling is to be don around the station. Scaffoldin )r the above ground construe on will follow. George King, local wate nd sewer supervisor, is doin fine job of supervising th onstruction, Mr. Low said. Council requests an itemize' ;port on alleged uregularitie the original engineering. vehicles within the town I streets, must not exceed 10 boundaries. miles per hour. The vehicles shall not operate on any street or avenue in town with the exception of crossing from the exit of one alley to the en- trance of another alley. The vehicles are not allowed to operate on parks, school grounds or any other vacant area in town limits with the exception for the purpose of exit or entrance to town. The vehicles are allowed to Ron Scliiffe wins bursary Ire is studying this year with the aid of a tuition scholarship for the school. operate in town limits from 7 D.m. to 10 p.m. The creek bed in town will be considered an alley. Fines of up to for a first offence or imprisonment may be imposed and for second of- fence fines not exceeding or jail terms of not more than 60 days may be imposed. Council will instruct police to enforce Uie bylaw as com- plaints have been received by council. 4-H Whispering Pines Gothiiig QuL elects Laurel Johnson, Debra Zieffle Candy sale NOBLEFORD (Special) ie Nobleford CGtT group wil ild a candy sale hi the Plast s Building commencing 30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19 lere will be other Christmas ifts available. Interest on Savings Accounts Interest on Free Chequing Accounts FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 Calgary, Edmonton, Grands Prairie, Hat, Red Montreal, Nassau. MEMBER CANADA DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION fend me information on your Guaranteed Certificates ol Deposit Address... Mail lo farmers A Merchant! Tniit. Mires PINCHER CREEK (Special) The 4-H Whispering Pines Clothing Club held its reor- ganizational meeting recently at the home of Mrs. Frank Man- of Twin Butte, with 22 people in attendance. Officers elected for the new Services set NOBLEPOHD (Special) The Nobleford CGIT group will be joined by the Explorers as they hold the annual vesper service at p.m. Dec. 20 in the Nobleford United Church. A ''white gift service" will be in- corporated into the service. ATTEND WEDDING BOW ISLAND (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Irwin attend- ed the recent wedding of their eldest daughter Miss Sheila Ir- win to Canadian air force lieutenant Lew Johnson of New Brunswick. The wedding the Cold Lake. took place al year are: Laurel Johnson, president; Debra Zieffle, vice- president; Noel Zieffle, secre- tary; Jane Fitzpatrick, trea- and Dawna Folsom, club reporter. Leaders for the new year are: Mrs. Ruth Schmidt, Mrs. M. Johnson, Mrs. Joy Zieffle, Mrs. Grace Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Carol Folsom. and Mrs. Rob- erta Zieffle. Summer Games medals presented lo 45 athletes in Garden City MAGRATH (HNS) grath High School presented awards for Summer Games in a recent assembly program. Medals were presented by Dave Lowry, recreation chair- man, as follows: TRACK AND FIELD Bronze Medals Bsnlam Shot Pul Melvin Wong; Bantam Girls Shot Pu! Sheri Hohm; Midge! Boys JM M Relay 'Gene Ponomar, Kevin Scout, Jack Holllday. silver Medals Bantam Girls 400 M Mona Karrcn; Banlam Boys .100 M John Bibo; Bantam Boys 200 M John Bibo; Midget Girls 200 M Judy Rasmussen; 100 Judy Rasmussen. Gold Medais Bantam Boys 4-100M John Bibo, Danny Gruninger, Tim Roliingson, Terry Grunginger. M Kevin .Scout. elin Charlee Brandt. Ma- nett, Courtney Brewerlon Schneyder. Midget Midget Ja .WIMMING Bronze Medals Medially (100 M Relay) Kenny Dahl, Arland Ben- Free-Style (100M. Relay) Tom Al- ston, Courtney Brewerton, Kenny Dahl and Alan Wilson. Medially (100 M. Relay> Carolyn Ririe, Lori Wilson, Kendy Sabey, Nola Dahl. Free-Style 25M Courtney Brewer- ton. Breast Stroke Randy Haynes. Free-Style 25 M Nola Dahl. Gold Medal Back Stroke 25 M Monica Duski, ARCHERY ls Linda Curliss; mens Gold, boys Vince Marker; Jeen ladies Debby Curliss. EQUESTRIAN Silvei courss jump, Jayne Schmidt, SOFTBALL Gold Jr. Girls, Jayne Schmidt, Cindy Rasmussen, Judy Rasmussen, Carol Ririe, Beverly Owens, Judy Hill- mer, Laurie Meldrum, Pat Bowen, Vaileri Fawcett, Karren H i 11 m e r, Donna Sharon Whitr. Cathy Schneyder. Lawyers to gather for parley MISSOULA, Mont. Legal implications of a variety of en- vironmental problems affecting the Pacific Northwest and other geograpliieal areas of the na- Jon will be highlighted during .he third annual Continuing Legal Education and Ski Con- :'erence in January at Big Moun- tain, Whitefish, Mont. The program and related rec- reational activities, primarily for lawyers from a four-state region, are sponsored by Con- .inuing Legal :ana, a joint effort of the Stale Bar Association and the Uni- versity of Montana School of jaw, Missoula. Conference dates are Jan. 6-9. Most of the participants ex- for the conference will from Montana, Idaho. Ore- ;on and Washington, although South Dakota, North Dakota, Utah and Minnesota also may Dogs tied all day xmncil told CLAH.ESHOLM (HNS) lire own will ask the Alberta Hu- lane Society to check into omplaints of dogs being tied p all day long and disturbing elghbors. Councillors felt it was a proh- nn for tba society, be among the other states rep- resented. Robert E. Sullivan, dean of the UM School of Law, is con- ference director. Legal experts on the speak- ers' panel during the four-day program will include federal of- ficials and representatives of private industry. A total of 94 attorneys attended last year's CLE and Ski Conference. Purpose of the conference is to give lawyers an opportunity to become better informed about the emerging areas environmental quality and the complexities of land use plan ning and land use controls. "We're trying to provide a broad background for attorneys concerning tile problems of en yironmental quality, highlight ing the problems of the Pacific Sullivtn said. "Dis cussions by legal experts wil include the mining and forestry industries, particularly as they are related to pollution o: water, air and tha wilderness in general." Thank you Canada! Seagram's Five Star now outsells all other brands of whisky. The reason? Casy taste and easy to look at. Plus the Seagram name and quality. Prove it for yourself. That's the easy part. The easy whisky. Seagram's FIVE STAR CANADIAN BVB WHISKY Teeth will be restor (CP) A dentist predicts that the need to extract teeth will become rare within a decade because of advancing oral science. Dr. G. L. Locke, immediate past president, of the Calgary and District Dental Society, told an educational meeting of lu's colleagues that with few excep- tions teeth will be restored and preserved. Dr. Locke, who operates a specialist practice in restoring dental treatment, said many dentists commonly treat with success teeth which would have been routinely extracted only a decade ago. Both new equipment and methods of using it had contrib- uted to what he called "vir- tually a modern miracle" in dental care. Teeth decayed or damaged in accidents already could be re- built, restoring both appearance and full function in long-lasting repair procedures. Peridontal disease, a condi- tion which affects the gums and other supporting structures and a leading cause of tooth loss in adults, was becoming "less an unknown." ORIGINALS IMPROVED Some forms of gold, porcelain or gold-porcelain restorations were so effective they improve upon the teeth with which a pa- tient grew to adulthood. Even people with genetic mal- formations of their teeth and jaws could have such disabili- Beauty contest set for Kimberley NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The Kinibrook Inn, Kimherley, B.C., will play host to a beauty pageant for East Kootenay girls in December. The contest is open to anj single girl between the ages of 17 and 24, coming from Cana] Flats, Invermerc, Kimberley, Cranbrook, Creston, Fernie, Sparwood or any surrounding areas. She must be a residenl of one of those areas for at least four months. The contestants will be judged on looks, charm, deport- ment and the ability to meet and converse with the public. All contestants will be asked to give an impromptu speech promoting the East Kootenays as a tourist area and the win- ner will be expected to be avail- able for public appearances and promotion for one year follow, ing the competition. Preliminary judging to deter- mine tile ten finalists will be held Dec. 3 at a wine and cheese party where the girls will act as hostesses to the pub- Nomination papers filed SPARWOOD (HNS) Mon- iay, Nov. 30, is nomination day or the Municipal District of Sparwood. Terms of office of hree councillors will have ex- pired. They include Earl Tabor, Jce Altomare, Mary Latka. To date nomination papers ir the mayor's office have >een returned-by Louis Un'garo, lotel operator, and Earle whose term as council- or expires in December. Nomination papers for the aldermanic seats have been iled by Molly Doraty, hbuse- vife, and Incumbents Joe Alto- mare, baker, and Mary (Molly) Latfca, housewife. Give Best... Greatest Values Ever EXCLUSIVE CIRCLE OF SOUND MPDULAR STEREO Hear perfectly balanced stereo sound no mattar where you sit in the room. Cabinef with match- cylindrically-shaped speak' er unils in grained Walnut RATED NO. 1 SMITH'S CLOSED AU DAY MONDAY OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TILL 9 P.M. lie and later pass a panel of judges. Judges at this party will be W. Taylor, publisher of the Daily Bulletin; Cornel Saw- chuk of CKEK Cranbrook; Mrs. Anne Edwards of the C r a n- brook Courier; and Bill Atkui' son, publisher of the Cranbrook Townsman. Master of cere- monies duties have been as- signed to Rod Stafford Mayor, CKEK Cranbrook. CImrcli contract awarded SPAIiWOOD (HNS) Tend- ers for the St. Michael's Church and Catechetical Building wa-e opened recently. Five bids were received rang- ing in price from to a low of Accepted was the lowest bid made by Mod Industries Ltd. It was in the amount of 310 for the church and hall, for the church alone and for the hall. i Price of the convent and rec- tory was set at ties corrected now, cither through in-hospital treatment or in-officc procedures. "No dentist is capable of ov- ercoming the effects of neglect in cleaning or oral hygiene. "But we have the knowledge and equipment wluch can pro- vide care for the average pa- tient who attempts to maintain his teeth properly." WINS GOLD CORD-Mary Jc. Schill, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schill of New Dayton, received her Gold Cord and pin from Chi- nook area guide commission- er Mrs. Byron Rutt at a re- cent meeting of the 1st Giude Company. Miss Schill was a Golden Hand Brownie in the 1st New Dayton Pack and continued the guiding pro- gram in the 1st Lone Com- pany. She is thought to the first Alberta guide who has done all her guiding as a member of the Lone Com- pany to win the Gold Cord. She will be a Ranger this year assisting with guides at Raymond. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH ertified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684M Unmistakeably. MacKenzie's! For that personal touch this Christmas give a handsome and distinctive man's ring from Mackenzie's. A. SARDONYX, with nuggpt gold finish, lo karat yellow gold 595 8. SIGNET, suitable for cresting or ini- tials. I 0 karat yellow gold S45 C. BIRTHSTONE, high styled gent s ring. Available in all the birthstones. 10 karat yellow gold --A5fFllATEr> WITH MATHN S HMIftD.-----------------------' MAFKENZIES iTjjjjU J-wl 1 ..'10 In LETHBRIDGE: 6134 Aye. S.-Phpne 328-4214 ;