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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 23, 1971 - THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD - 9 Coleman committees named By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau COLEMAN - Mayor John Holyk and councillors Graham Atkinson, Ted Kryczka, Mrs. Emily Misura, Jerry Rejman, Joe Wavrecan and William Skura were sworn to office at regular meeting of council this week. Mayor Holyk named the following committees to serve the town: Finance, Ted Kryczka, Bill Skura, Jerry Rejman; public works, Joe Wavrecan, Bill Skura and Ted Kryczka; police and fire, Graham Atkinson, Joe Wavrecan, Jerry Rejman; building, Bill Skura, Graham Atkinson, Ted Kryczka. Health and welfare, Jerry Rejman, Emily Misura, Graham Atkinson; parks and ce- Jack Dyer honored on retirement BURDETT - Recently friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dyer gathered in the Burdett Centennial Hall to honor Mr. Dyer on his retirement from the Alberta Wheat Pool. He served 33 years with the Pool, 20 of them here. After several games of bingo, Tom Hopkins, on behalf of the community, presented the couple with a walnut wall clock and purse of money. Lois Hopkins presented a corsage to Mrs. Dyer. Nels Malm, vice-president of the Alberta Wheat Pool, and Mrs. Malm, and Joseph Ferguson, divisional superintendent, all of Calgary; and Mr. and Mrs. Alf Sloan of Medicine Hat were present. Mr. Dyer received a leather wallet from Mr. Malm. metery, Emily Misura, Bill Skura and Joe Wavrecan; sports, Jerry Rejman, Bill Skura and Joe Wavrecan and publicity Emily Misura. Representatives on various organizations will include: Chinook Health Unit, Mayor Holyk; library, Jerry Rejman; Old Man River Regional Planning Commission, Ted Kryczka. Sports association, Bill Skura; local government, Mayor Holyk; preventive social service, Joe Wavrecan; recreation board, Emily Misura and Graham Atkinson. deputy mayors for two-month periods beginning November and December are Grham Atkinson, Jerry Rejman, Ted Kryczka, Emily Misura, Bill Skura and Joe Wavrecan. Council accepted the resignation of town secretary treasurer Clarence Scmle who has held the position since August, 1967. Mr. Senile, whose resignation becomes effective Nov. 15, has accepted a position as assistant secretary-manager of the Lethbridge Central Credit Union. Council also accepted the resignation of Mrs. Bonnie Senile as caretaker at the town hall. The town will advertise both positions. Mel Cornett, local postmaster and former councillor, was named as Coleman representative on the board of trustees of the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital. Assistant secretary John Ka-palka and Mayor Holyk will attend the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association convention to be held in Edmonton Oct. 16 to 29. A letter was received from CFCN advising that investigations were being made to improve television reception in the area. Present saddles today TABER (HNS) - The presentation of saddles to the six top performers in the Southern Alberta Rodeo Circuit will take place at the circuit's annual dinner and dance here Saturday Oct. 23. The event is sponsored by the Tafoer Rodeo Association. Tickets are available from association directors. Les Handley's orchestra and all the rest will be at the Taber Community Centre auditorium for your entertainment. Ambulance service needed CLARES HOLM (HNS) -Claresholm is in need of ambulance service and council will be asked to look into the matter. Bob Gordon of Gordon's ambulance operated a service here for a number of years. He was employed as an orderly at the Claresholm General Hospital and operated the ambulance on a 24-hour basis. Don Gaudette, chairman of the hospital board, says it's up to town council to take the lead in seeing that service is provided. THESE SECURITIES ARE OFFERED BY PROSPECTUS ONLY IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA LAKESIDE CATTLE FUND (A Limited Partnership under the Laws of the Province of Alberta) $1,000,000.00 Subscriptions In Limited Partnership (Cattle Feeding Program) 1,000 Units at $1,000 each, (minimum subscription $5,000) These Units Offered are Speculative Securities FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YOUR BROKER OR, LAKESIDE CATTLE CO., BOX 800, BROOKS, ALBERTA PHONE 362-3326 STEVE SPISAK Owner-Leste* UNION 76 MAGRaTH service ARE NOW OFFERING A TUNE-UP SPECIAL EFFECTIVE UNTIL SAT. NOV. 6  Cltgn battery post*  W� will install Autolite spark plugs, points and condenser  Complete check on Sun Scope Engine Analyser  Check charging system  Condition of engine  Check PCV valve  Condition of distributor  Condition of spark plug wires  Adjust carburetor idle mixture  All work guaranteed SIX CYLINDER Reg. 26.50 EIGHT CYLINDER Reg. 33.40 24" TRANISTOR PLUGS EXTRA TRACTION TIRES RETREADS INSTALLED 14.95 NEW INSTALLED AND UP 17.95 AND UP WE BALANCE AND STUD TIRES ATTrUTinM ALL CAR OWNERS WITH 12" WHEELS AI I EN HUN WE SPIN BALANCE flHHHLl USE Y0UR CHARGEX OR ANY VALID CHARGEX APPROVED CREDIT CARD FROM A ^1 MAJOR OIL COMPANY FOR EASY TERMS. UNION 76 MAGRATH SERVICE Mayer Magrath Drive and 4th Ave. S. Phene 328-9766 STOP IN AND OAS UP FOR FREE GIFTS TOP TICKET SALESMAN-Duncan Lloyd, left, president of the Coaldale Fish and Game Association, presents a trophy to John Shendruk. Mr. Shendruk sold 504 tickets for the recent steer and quilt raffle, the most sold by one person. Money raised went to the Sportplex. -Mary Tymburski Photo Canada Pension Plan session set for Claresholm The manager of the Lethbridge district office of the Canada Pension Plan, J. C. (Pern) Bouchard, wishes to inform the residents Rollie Stewart will be in attendance at Claresholm in the town hall, Oct. 28 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Anyone wishing to take advantage of this service is cordially invited to do so. Mr. Stewart will answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan, the old age security and the guaranteed income supplement. He will also provide assistance in the filing of applications. Miss Charlene Sturtevant honored at Coutts shower COUTTS (HNS) - A miscellaneous shower was held recently in the Coutts Civic Centre to honor Miss Charlene Sturtevant. Karen and Elaine, sisters of the bride-elect, assisted at the gift table. Mrs. Diane Gilborn was the recorder. Miss Sturtevant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sturtevant of Foremost, is bride-elect of Brian Gilborn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gilborn of Coutts. The wedding will take place in Lethbridge. An open house and dance will be held in Milk River at the Elks Hall. $200,000 "USED TRAILER SALE" CAN BE USED FOR: Kitchens, Washcars, Diners, Offices, Bunkhouses and Wellsights CONTACT: Sales Dept., Atco (Western) Ltd. 5115 Crewchild Trail, Calgary Phone 242.1101 Common sense peopm wear The Common Sense Lens it easM rocatitiee bend min protoceV* lenses a* Law! Why!  They're shatterproof.  They're only tmH th� weight of ordinary lms�s.  They're becked by � S6.000.00 warranty gaiatt m MfWy. e They're ***** In YOUR pmcriptton. Sewaoaeadsa taw? Doctor's prescriptions ^�m. Specializing in the fining of Eye Prescription SunglaiMS  Children'* Frames Magnifiers O Repairs O Reasonable Prices optical prescription co. ^JOH /Hi ST b lUHHfllDIII Phiinr 37/ JIJU9 Mr. Gordon left town recently. Voters' list to be revised SPARWOOD (HNS) - The voters' list court of revision will sit Monday Nov. 1, from 11 a.m. till 12 noon and from 4 to 5 p.m. in the Municipal Hall. The municipal voters' list, as revised and corrected, will be the list of qualified voters for the municipal elections to be held in December. Married at Holy Family Roman Catholic Church Mr. and Mrs. Pes celebrate SPARWOOD (HNS) - Fifty years married: That is the proud record of an Elk Valley couple, Mr. and Mrs. Loui Pes. They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary recently when some GO relatives and close friends attended. The event was held at their home. All four of their daughters were in attendance for the occasion. They are Mrs. Bill (Rose) Mcllvenna, Nelson, Mrs. Myro (Delores) Panas, Edmonton, Mrs. Nillo (Tootsie) Quarin, Elk Valley, and Mrs. Donald (Florence) Bullock, Trail. It was noted that there were four generations present for the occasion, Mrs. Pes, daughter Rose, granddaughter Christine, and great grandsons Robbie and Jason. The home was decorated with bouquets of flowers, gifts from family and friends. Photo- graphs and cards added to the atmosphere of the occasion. Several guests were present at the wedding ceremony. These included Pete Carolla, brother of Mrs. Pes; Mrs. Jessie Carolla and Mrs. Mary Carolla, sisters of Mrs. Pes; Mrs. Belinda Albo, whose late husband was best man at the wedding; Mrs. Dora Pettovello, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Pupin and Edward Ansel-mo. Family and friends enjoyed a dinner prepared by their four daughters. Rev. ' Tainor said grace; master of ceremonies Bill Mcllvenna proposed a toast to the couple. Mrs. Pes responded. They were married at Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Fernie, in October, 1921; they moved to Natal, and lived there until 1948 when they built a home in the Elk Valley. Mr. Pes was employed by the Crows Nest Coal Company for 45 years. He is a member of the United Mine Workers of America. He still takes an active interest in his garden and greenhouse. Mrs. Pes is a member of the Mount Carmel Society and has been an active worker for the church over the years. Mr. Pes was born in 1898 at Zigonovo, Udine Province, Italy, and came to Canada in 1914. Mrs. Pes was born in 1904 in Owensa Grimaldi, Italy, and came to this country in 1907. Out-of-town guests were from Las Vegas, Blairmore, Edmonton, Calgary, Trail, Nelson and Prince George. They were presented with gifts from family and friends. The District of Sparwood presented the happy couple with a silver spoon bearing the crest of the municipality. A feature of the celebration was a beautifully - decorated wedding cake. AGENCIES LTD. HAROLD FOX RESIDENTIAL AND FARM SALES MANAGER EVELYN WADDELL SALES REPRESENTATIVE JEAN BLOCK SALES REPRESENTATIVE TIM FttUK GENERAL SALES MANAGER Tim Filuk, General Sales Manager of Schwartz Agencies Ltd. is pleased to announce that the Real Estate Division of Schwartz Agencies has reached a milestone in Real Estate Sales in Lethbridge and District and subsequently a record. Since January 1st, 1971, Schwartz Agencies Ltd. have effected Sales of $7,529,338.10 In Residential, Commercial and Industrial Real Estate throughout Lethbridge and area. Please, do not hesitate to contact one of our capable Sales Representatives for ALL YOUR Real Estate needs. "List with the Leader" crjtrjarh BIRDIE SCHMITT SALES REPRESENTATIVE BARBARA BRUCHET SALES REPRESENTATIVE BIDDY PYKE SALES REPRESENTATIVE AGENCIES LTD. REALTORS - MORTGAGE BROKERS PROPERTY DEVELOPERS INSURANCE COLLEGE MALL - Lethbridge Phone 328-3331 GREG FORSYTH SALES REPRESENTATIVE MORRIS PASHKOWICH SALES REPRESENTATIVE 4 4 ;