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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ Thurdfiy, If, 1970 THl LfTHMIDOl HWAIB It Trailer Court Expansion Wins OK NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Dis-1 property 'for an expansion of approved an application from mR expansior. of the COUrt to the Elk Valley Trailer Court i mo for the lease of an additional. A new contract for a five- five acres of the Wilson Creek i year lease of the total prop- erty, 15 acres, was approved by both- parties. Tire zoning bylaw for the townsile of Sparwood, virtual- y unopposed at a recent pub- ic hearing, was passed with he changes specified at the mblic hearing. The provincial water rights branch advised council of ad application from E. C. Swint to divert and use for domestic jurposes water in the area near the district's water supply. The proposal was referred to ihe district's foreman for study and a report. The district water supply was the subject of a letter received [rom the Regional Board of Health. Dr. Hopper of the board advised that pump-out sewage tanks .will be required on two of the lots in the Brown- ell-R e rt d e 11 sub-division near the well. Crows Nest Industries re- minded council that the lease for the land being used as a dump by the District of Spar- wood will expire in May. The letter has been referred to the Health and Public Works com- mittees for further study and action. Jean Swihart Photo WINS ACTS AWARD Rev. Peter Walker of Fort Macleod and Granum presents Miss Bella Day Chief with the first SI00 award sponsored by the Fort Macleod and Granum As One That Serves Men's Club. Miss Day Chief did excellent work in her grade 11 malriculatoin course. She also won a Clara Sanderson Memorial Award. NOW RENTING "Stafford Place" 1103 5th Avenue S., Lethbridgs Kaiser Offers To Provide Outdoor Kiuks SPARWOOD (HNS) Bert Lever of Kaiser Resources re- cently informed the district council the company is interest- ed in providing two outdoor rinks in Sparwood. The matter was referred to the planning commission for recommendation. I Committed For Trial CHAN SHOOK (Special) Charged with attempted mur- der Sept. 26 of her brother-in- law, Marie Fleury, 24, has been committed for trial at assize hearing. The-charge followed severe knife-wounding of William Fleury in a cabin cluster in Slalerville, though he has sub- sequently recovered. One and Two bedroom unit suites available APP1Y Ste. 1, Alberta Blk.; 324 5th Street S. Phone 327-3570 Anollur Project by 1THACAN GROUP of DEVELOPMENT COMPANIES Couples Celebrate Together BARONS (HNS) Friends and relatives gathered at the community hall here recently to honor Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sherwood and Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Phillips on the occa- sion of their 25th wedding an- niversaries. A program of musical selec- tions by local young people opened the evening event. These were followed with music by I David Shearer's orchestra to which guests enjoyed dancing The hall was decorate with baskets of flowers, gifts from friends, one basket o white anthurium and orange bird of paradise had been flown directly from Hawaii es pecially for the affair. The head tables were "centre with anniversary cakes. Dis plays of photographs, weddin, clothing and. bride's book completed the decor. A presentation of engravec silver trays was made on behal of the community by Farlej Sherwood and A. Erdman k the happy couples and Mr Phillips and Mr. Sherwood voiced their appreciation. Garden Prairie Ladies ser ved lunch. You know Ranchman's Bin...You met Ranchman's Gin Collins last year... Now welcome back an old friend. if j iti ae is M.idc by Aitoiam using ilie Jincst Alberwgroum grains. RETURN HOME NATAL (HNS) Mr. and rs. Ron Murray have return- d to their home in Richmond, .C. after spending a week's isit with friends at the home Mr. and Mrs. John Beswick r. in Sparwood. While visiting the district Mr. Murray lade a 'few hunting trips up he Elk Valley. ATTENTION MOBILE HOME BUYERS! Here are TWO Important Facts 1. Brand new 11-foot wide, 2-bcdroom mobile fully furnished with fridge, stove, furnace, chesterfield and chair, dining suite, beds, lamps, tCQQT drapes, etc. ONLY, COMPLETE 2. have the only mobile homes in Canada approved by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation so bo sure to see thtso before you buy! "TRAILER CITY" UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. (TRAILER DIVISION) Cor'. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phono 327-1418 VISIT OUR STORE FOR THE VERY NEWEST IN LADIES AND TEENS' SNOWBOOTS THIS SEASON'S VERY LATEST STYLES FROM ANKIC TO KN5E HEIGHTS MR1N10 WORLD OF SHOES LETHBRiDGE'S NEW SHOE BOUTIQUE 317A SIXTH STREET SOUTH Canada Savings Bonds help you plan to the future without worry. They're Canada's most popular personal investment. Canada Savings Bonds are easy to buy for cash or on instalments, in amounts ranging from up to Canada Savings Bonds are cold, hard cash- instantly. They can be redeemed any time at their full face value plus earned interest. Canada Savings Bonds are by all the resources of Canada. They're a very special security. average annual interest to maturity New Canada Savings Bonds yield an average of a year when held to maturity. Each Bond begins with interest for the first year, pays inter- est for each of the next three years, and then pays interest for each of the last seven years. On top of this you can earn interest on your interest. You can make each grow to in just eleven years. That's why we say, Canada Savings Bonds are good today, better tomorrow; an investment that grows and grows. Buy yours today where you work, bank or invest CS-70-11 NOW YOU CAN SHOP 24 HOURS A DAY STARTING TONIGHT, THURSDAY AT 9 P.M. PARKER'S GIGANTIC AUCTION SALE EXHIBITION PAVILION LOTS OF FREE PARKING BUY AT YOUR PRICE AUCTION CONTINUES UNTIL EVERYTHNG IS SOLD FREE DRAW FREE COFFEE AUCTIONEERS Herb Chrioie, Lie. No. 231; Johmy Charlton, lie. No. 293; jorry Hammond, Lie. No. 406; ana Uell Jordan ;