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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 3, 1970 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - 3 Louise Kunkel Honored At 90 PINCHER CREEK (Spe-c5W) - Mrs. Louise Kunkel celebrated her 90th birthday recently with an open house being held at the Lutheran Church. The guest book was signed by 166 guests. At the program directed by Carl Bastian, Mrs. Kunkel's Council Objects COALDALE (HNS') - Town council is still adamant regarding the parking o� trailers anywhere in town except on the trailer site location. An application was received asking that two trailers be allowed to locate on a private lot. Utilities services were also requested. The person intends to build a house shortly. Council said no. oldest son, Joe reminisced about her active life. Mother of a family of seven children, Mrs. Kunkel was pleased that they could all be in attendance. She has 34 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. Mrs. Kunkel is in good health and lives by herself in her own home. Every year she raises a big garden and enjoys donating some of her products to the Crest View Senior Citizens Lodge. Rev. Keller spoke on "success" relating each letter of the world to the life of Mrs. Kunkel. Numerous lovely bouquets were received as well as telegrams from Australia, Victoria, Oklahoma and Red Deer. Mrs. Kunkel's sister Margaret (Mrs. Marcellus) and her husband from Calgary were able to be present. MD Nominates Oct. 28 PINCHER CREEK (Special) - Nomination day for the MD of Pincher Creek will be Wednesday, Oct. 28 says returning officer Ken Phillips. Nominations will be received between the hours of 10 a.m. and 12 noon at the Municipal Building for the nominations of candidates to fill two vacancies on council. The terms of office of Thomas V. Hammond and Hilton Pharis will expire in Divisions 4 and 5. Miss Negly Showered With Gifts COUTTS (HNS) - About 32 people gathered at the Coutts Civic Centre to honor Miss Helen Negly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Negly of Coutts, with a miscellaneous shower. Mrs. Virginia Ford welcomed the guests and announced the program. The program for the evening was musical, with Miss Dickie's junior girls choir singing several numbers. There were several numbers by the Mini Skirted Mothers and their guitars. Assisting the bride-elect at the gift table were her cousins, Beverly Ainscough and Mrs. Karen Trehub. Nurses' Parley CRANBROOK (SpeciaD-Registrations are piling up at public health units, hospitals and RNA Chapters of East and West Kootenay and southern Alberta for an East Kootenay RNA continuing education course here Oct. 17 and 18. Jo-Ann Wood of the University of B.C. faculty of nursing will be lecturer on Nursing Care of the Now Patient which will deal with therapeutic nurse-patient psychological relationships. MARK 50TH ANNIVERSARY - The family of Peter and Mary Coppieters held a supper and social evening recently in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married Sept. 29, 1920, at the Sacred Heart Parish, South Bend, Indiana. They still operate the farm they settled on at Raymond after they were married. Their family includes six daughters, two sons, 29 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Cyr Wins OK To Rebuild PINCHER CREEK (Special) - At the recent meeting of the council of the Town of Pincher Creek, Eugene Cyr was granted permission to rebuild his barn and feed shed, which had been destroyed by fire in August. Approval for J. Baldwin to establish an Art Studio and sales outlet at 683 Main St. was given. Real estate agents were to receive a letter to the effect that in the future when leasing or selling a building for a certain purpose they refer their clients to the town office to ascertain if a business licence will be granted. APPLY DAY The Cubs and Scouts were granted permission to hold Psychiatric Nursing Is Rewarding Career By DELIA B. WOOLF Herald News Service RAYMOND - Many are the women Mrs. Mary Schneidt has helped to obtain peace of mind. Roundup of District News '9�9 / Acquitted C R AN BROOK (Special) -Charged in assize court with non-capital murder at Trail June 14 of Mrs. Gail Tipper, Matthew Trewhella, age 24 was released in the second day of Cranbrook hearing, when his lawyer, M. E. Moran successfully argued inadmissibility as evidence of key statements of the accused. 32 Complaints CLARESHOLM (HNS)-The police report for August showed 32 complaints had been received and investigated. The town received $1,792 from fines for 14 parking violations and six liquor cases. Eight warnings had been given out by police for traffic violations. Plan Supper COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) - Coleman Fish and Game Association is planning a Christmas supper to be held in the Coleman Elks Hall Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. Tickets will be available from members. Regular meeting of the Association will be held in the Coleman Lions Stout Hall Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. Costly Repairs CLARESHOLM (HNS)-The Town of Claresholm has a letter from the department of agriculture water resources division stating the estimated cost of repairs to the Clares- holm drainage ditch to Willow Creek will be $1,583. The department said the work should not begin till the erosion of the ditch upstream has been reduced to a minimum. This cost does not include the required cleaning of the heavily silted portion of. the ditch. The Health Minister, Henderson said in a letter to the town that no application for spraying of the Willow Creek had been received by the board of health as required by law. Buys Land CLARES' HOLM (HNS) -Claresholm town council has passed a motion to purchase a block of land from Jake de-Peuter for $8,000 for the purpose of sub-dividing it into 26 building lots. , The town will also pay for the cost of subdivision and running a water line to a duplex owned by Mr. dePeuter. Won't Pay Bill COALDALE (HNS) - Town council will not be responsible for tow-truck bills sent in by a resident who has difficulty reaching his house. The public works department, under councillor Mike Batycky, reported the street had been thoroughly gravelled. In time the gravel will pack and access to the property will improve. The person. said he would send the tow bills. Council said they were not responsible to pay them. 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