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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Oclobs MISS PAKOSZ AND MR. ZUBICK Tass students receive awards By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE Miss Paule te Pakosz received the Govei nor General's Medal from Pan Zubick, super intendant Crowsnest Pass School Divisio No. 63 at a recent award right in the Crowsnest Hig School. Mr. Zubick congratulated th student on her achievemen pointing out that this exception al honor only came to one 300 students in the Pinche Creek Crowsnest Pass inspec- torate. Former school principal Hor ace Allen, acting as master o ceremonies, called on John Lloyd. He, on behalf of the school board, presented Te Weryshko, John Kulig, Mart anne Ondrus anil Rudy Szyma nek with Grade 10 awards. Other awards sponsored by the board were presented b; teachers R. Franz, J. Rejman M. Giza, Don Dececco, Ann Spatuk, Keith Brailhwaite am Frank Capron to Janet Gillis Allan Serra, Rosemary Bacov sky, David Blacklock, Gary Kuta, Domenica DiPinto, Ta Weryshko Marie Desharnain Teresina McNeil, Neil Finn ant Leah Trudeau. Coleman BPOE award to Grade 10 was made to Paulette Pakosz by exalted ruler Dave Bouthillier. The Blairmore Elks Grade 9 award was presented to Mavis Walmsley by Bill Kundert. How You Can LOOK MoreAttractive- More Successful Wonlda't you. enjoy having other people regard you as successful and attractive? The November issue of Header's Digest; presents a lemarkably simple formula anyone can follow which is guaranteed to malce you look younger, brighter, more at- fed that way, too. The secret is built right into the human body! Only a few moments now and then to check your posture can add a great deal to your pleasure, success, and im- proved health. Bead THE MAGIC OF GOOD POSTURE in, No- vember Reader's Digest- pick up your copy today. Blah-more Lions Grade 10 award went to Terry Kryczka. The presentation was made by Lion president Wray Kenney. The Coleman Lions awards to Grade 11 were made by Gra- ham Atkinson to Leah Trudeau, Janice Lencucha, Karen Kry- stoff, James Proc and Bonnie Schilling. The Blairmore Legion Ladies Auxiliary Award for Grade 12 was made to Rosemary Bacov- sky by president Marie Vanoni. Coleman OORP Award for Grade 12 was presented by Anne Bodisch to Elaine Dobek. The former Coleman Volun- teer Fire Brigade Grade 12 award was made by Mel Taje to George Tulissi and the Hor- ace Allen Chemistry 30 award to Linda Kubica was made by Mr. Allen. Leah Trudeau received the Isabella Sellon English 30 award from Ada Fortunaso and Rosemary Bacovsky and Mar- jaret Sabajlis were presented with the CCHS Student Union Mathematics and French 30 awards respectively by union secretary Debbie Johansen. The Crowsnest Pass Hospital Women's Auxiliary Award was iresentcd by Mrs. Doreen iVhite to Margaret Sabajtis. The CNP Chapter AARN Award was presented to Miss Linda Kubica by Mrs. R. Var- nam. Anne Spatuk presented the CNP local ATA award to Miss Sheila Rueka. The Dr. Burgman award was by Eric Price to Rita reldman. The Knights of Columbus St. oseph the Worker Council Business Education Award was resented by Vern Decoux to lena Favero and Dianne Joj- owski. The Coleman OWL home eco- omics award, presented by Irs. M. Strickland, went to jnda Wakaluk and Donna Hur- ak. The Blairmore CWL Best chool Citizen award was pre- ented by Miss Elda Bosetti to onnie Schilling. The M. D. McEachem In- ustrial Arts and Home Econo- ics awards were presented to any White and Caroline eske by P.. Mills and Denise tretch. The IGA Physical Education wards were presented to Her- ert Longworth by Keith raithwaite and to Margaret IcDonald and Patrica Kundert y Renso Castellarin. NOTICE! Due to the rising costs of labor and overhead. Effective November 1st, 1971 THE SERVICE CALL RATE s-ip.oo WILL BE I tm PER HOUR During Regular Hours of Work FEDORS REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING LTD. PHONE 327-5816 LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. PHONE 328-4333 JONES REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 328-5122 CHARLTON HILL LTD. PHONE 328-3388 District doings Claims CRANBROOK Harking back to mid-June when a "stop work" order was posted on its commercial building under construction, with no preliminary notic Sam Holdings Ltd. is claimir compensation from city for the unnecessary thre day hitch in contractor an architect service. Tag day COALDALE (HNS) TV Coaldale Pythian Sisters conduct a tag day for the C nadian National Institute f the Blind Saturday, Oct. 30. Plan festival PINCHER CREEK (Specia Pincher Creek Minister ial Association has announce plans for its llth annual Cam Festival, with the event sehec uled in early December. The festival will be cbnduct ed in the same manner as those in the past and all church choir are urged to make their rousi cal selections known as ear as possible. Sex seminar PINCHER CREEK {Specia Dr. Bruce Hatfieid and Re' Jim Elliott will present a "se seminar" here Nov. 3. The session will begin at Ma tliew Ballon High School at a.m. and will last all day, wit a break for lunch. Students of the junior-senior high school will be advised arrangements. Parents are- invited to thi program, particularly if the have a child in the school. Bridal shower GRANUM Bar bara de Boer was honored at bridal shower held recently the basement of the Christiar Reformed Church. She was assisted in unwrap ping her gifts by her sister Airs. Marvin (Lorraine) Van dervalk and Mrs. Dennis (Lin da) da Boer. The committee gift was number of pieces for her tea set. Mrs. Walter (Karen) Genesis presented the program wMcl consisted of a number of eon tests. Wins contract COALDALE (HNS) The contract for the new police building was awarded to Bin Construction on a bid of 837. Mayor A. F. Blakie and Hen- ry Bergen, chairman of the Coaldale Police Commission, turned the first sod for the new police building. Looking on were Chief of Po- lice Victor L. Mayer and coun- cillors Mrs. Erna Goertzen and Hans Pfeffel, council repre- sentatives on the police com- mission. Word was recently received from the attorney general's de- partment the grant promised by the previous gov- ernment would be re-affirmed. Still empty Life at sea filled with excitement NATAL (HNS) Elkford School, moved from its original site on the grounds of Isabella Dicken School, in Fernie, is still empty, but on site at Elkford. Trustees of School District No. 1 (Fernie) were faced with the demand for more money by the contractor who moved the portable classrooms. Frank Basarab, building co- ordinator, told the board that delay in making the decision to move the school had resulted in work being done in bad weather with consequent in- creased costs. The board moved that the matter be examined by the building committee for recom- mendation. 117 old cars COALDALE (HNS) There arc a total of 117 old cars park- ed in lots or lanes in the town, reported councillor Abram Ens to council recently. A survey had been conducted by the publics works depart- ment to tally the number of un- used vehicles. This total includes the stock car and dune buggy type but more than 07 are not in opera- lion. It was said tire public works department will remove them for a fee of five dollars. Mayor A. F. Blakie urged the department to study the nuisance bylaw to see if changes are necessary, thereby i having some of these vehicles removed. FOREMOiT (Special) Re-! cent visitors to Foremost for days were Mr. and Mrs. A. Verkeerk of Holland. They visited relatives and stayed witn Mr. and Mrs. Dick Euis. Mr. Verkeerk has 2-'i years' service at sea with Shell Oil Company as an engineering of- ficer on tankers. He has been to this country before, but not to western Canada. His work brought him previously to east coast ports including Montreal. Life has not been without its share of excitement for Mr. Verkeerk. Dec. 12, 1069, the tanker Marpessa sank on its maiden voyage off the coast of Africa with Verkeerk aboard. He was one of the last to leave the sinking ship after three ex- plosions ripped the gigantic vessel apart. He brought with him a fine collection of photo- graphs of the dramatic event. The visitors, who live near Amsterdam, were awed by the Administration of Sportplex gels hard look COALDALE istration of the Coaldale and District Sportsplex is to be studied by a fact finding com- mittee comprising councillor William Martens, chairman and Mayor A. F. Blakie and councillor Abram Ens. They will meet with the southern re- gional recreation board and then report back to council with the information and recom- mendations. vast size of Canada, even though Mr. Verkeerk felt that he was used to the wide open spaces of the ocean. They were most impressed with the hospitality of Cana- dians, and commented on the high standard of secondary roads compared with those they were used to. He pointed out lhat the great- est distance from north to south in Holland was about the same as from Foremost to Calgary, about 200 miles. The Verkeerks enjoyed their visit to southern Alberta, a visit made primarily to see Dick Buis who has been ill re- cently. While here they visited all the local areas of interest, and particularly enjoyed their first rodeo, the Indisn rodeo ft Lethbridge. The buffalo ride in particular left the couple with some thrilling impressions of MR. AND MRS. A. VERKEERK the North American sporl. and Kamloops, where they Following their dep a rturc were planning to visit other rc- from Foremost, the Verkeerks! latives for another ]0 days be- headed for Vancouver via Banff fore heading back to Holland. BEDROOM FURNITURE AND BEDDING Here's Comfort and Restful Sleep for Everybody! Review your needs! Coma and on jutt-right bedding for the whole fomily. Many well known names special tale prices! unbeatable quality. All at BEDROOM SUITES A SMART, MODERN STYLED 5-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE Including o 12 drawer double minored dresser, regular or queen size headboard with two attached night tables and a door opening type chiffonier. Teak color wood finish. 2 ONtYl lilt SALE CONTEMPORARY STYLED 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE ncluding o 6 drawer double dresser, regular or queen size headboard and a 4 drawer chiffonier. Walnut wood finish. Rig. Hit SAIE K color wooa '498 or queen size '219 Similar to above A NICE DECORATING BEDROOM SUITE Finished in a beautiful green with beige trim. 8 drawer dresser, regular or queen size headboard and door opening type chiffionier. ONE ONtYl Reg. lilt SAIE SPANISH STYLING OAK WOOD SUITE With 6 drawer dresser. Regular or queen size. Headboard and 4 drawer chiffonier. ONE Reg. SAIE liffonier. ONE '199 A CUSTOM CRAFTED S-PIECE KROEHLER SUITE In Spanish styling. Includes dresser, chiffonier, regular or queen size headboard and 2 nights Manufacturer's list SALE I and 2 nights. '798 A LARGE GERARD COLLINS SPANISH STYLE SUITE of excellent quality workmanship. Including a 9 drawer triple dresser with twin mirrorj, 5 drawer chiffonier, 2 night tables and regulai or queen size headboard. Manufacturer's list SALE IDEAL FOR GIRLS' ROOM! WHITE AND GOLD 3-PIECE SUITE With 6 drawer dresser, 39" poster bed and A drawer chiff. Manufacturer's List SALE s ana regular '669 aster Dea ana '189 MATTRESSES and BOX SPRING UNITS QUEEN SIZE SIMMONS BEAUTY REST UNIT onlyl Display stock. Reg. 329.95. SAIE, UNIT................. 3'3" SEALY POSTUREPEDIC EXTRA FIRM UNIT One only display unit. Manufacturer'] List J19B SAIE '289 3'3" CAPITOL DELUXE UNIT With headboard, brackets and legs. FEATURE PRICE.............. 4'6" CAPITOL DELUXE UNIT FEATURE PRICE, UNIT......... SEALY QUILT EASE QUEEN SIZE UNIT Manufacturer's list SAIE QUEEN SIZE DELUXE UNIT FEATURE PRICE.......... ONE ONIY! QUEEN SIZE PERMA FOAM UNIT FEATURE PRICE 1 ONIYI 4'6" SEALY POSTUREPEDIC UNIT (Display Reg. list 199. SALE We have discounted our entire bedroom stock for this talc. We know you'll be pleossd with the great price reductions offered an this quality merchandise. CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE! OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY and FRIDAY EVENINGSI Surt To Enter The Downtown Merchants Shopper Bonanxa You Could Win Ont Of 91 Priies Including 2 Grand Priieil 326 5th St. South Phone 327-8578 CHESTS REGULAR BED SIZE GREEN VELVET HEAD BOARDS iPECIAL 10.95 REGULAR SIZE WASHABLE BEDSPREADS n assorted bright colors Slightly Imperfect ;