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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 79 PERSONAL URGENT All those opposed to tluorldatlon, please contact Safe Water Committee, 920 2nd Ave. A N. or phone 327-7142. C3832-31 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem, phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, aiiet-130.-P m. 80 StBVrCtSAMDIlEPMBS Klrby Vacuum Sales and 'Service 1283 3rd Ave. S Free hone phone 328- 8962._____________ C7944-H 'Southern Stamp and Ste'ncl" Rubber stamps, corporate seals, C6924-tf .daytajfSaleTanfServtee. Services on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 90f 3RD AVE. S. Phone 327- 4456. _____________C7760-1, Rototilling and plowing. Will "haul junk. Free estimates Phone 328- 6588. C374S-tf Have cat named Bob Will Travel Dig post holes, dig driveways, level dirt and gravel, clean corrals, root cellars, etc. Back filling, snow moving, clean up and much more Phone 345-4561, after 6 p m- 3445-tf M GARDENING Lawn aerating and garden rototilling, cutting lawns. Mike Bobak phone 327-1777. 1499-tf SALES AND MOVING OF MATURE TREES SPRUCE TREE FARMS LTD.. PHONE 328-5806. C7914-W McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates Pruning, trimming and felling Call 328-2094. 327- 1323 7030-tf Fall cleanup flower beds, rototilling, aerating, land leaping 328-1513; collect. 732-4873, Picture Butte. 9075-tf Well rotted manure, will deliver or car. be picked up Call evenings. 328- 3289 3443-tf Trees and hedges Trimmed, pruned or removed. Prompt, reasonable. We undercuL Phone 327-2641. 3840-tf African violets for sale Phone 328- .5798 after 4pm. 4179-29 RO-KO TREE SERVICES Experienced horticulturalist. Tree removal and tree pruning. 328- 7672. 4539-26N COME AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF NURSERY STOCK Shade trees Ornamentals Fruit trees Perennials LACOMBE NURSERIES 5 Ml EAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON HIGHWAY NO 3 345-4633 C8137-tf 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Potatoes and broilers months old; turkeys and geese Phone 327- 9164. 4154-29 Heavy roasting hens 5-6 Ibs. dressed. 48c per Ib. Young frying and roasting chickens, free delivery. Also custom killing. H. Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. C3735-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES German Shepherd pups Phone 732- 4278. Picture Butte C3897-9 Canaries for sale Phone 327-0781. 1316 6 Ave. S. 4540-4 Miniature Gorilla poodle black, registered CKC, one year old in November, excellent blood line for show firm. Female cat half Siamese, good house pet for children. Phone 327-1193. between 6-7 p.m. 4541-4 Registered miniature smooth black and tan male Dachshund puppy. Champion sired. 329-0076. 4449-29 Okoonawa Kennels Individual indoor-outdoor heated solid block runs See yellow pages. 23-tf "Hi. I'm Poppy, a Toy Boston Terrier. I need a new home because of sad cir- cumstances Please help me." Phone 327-0523 4492-30 17 FUR IEARIM ANIMALS If you are discarding any game hides, contact Dennis at 327-9218. 4583-4 Kerry blue Terrier, show and pet stock. CKC registered. Worms and shots given S150 to Phone 426- 5584. Cranbrook. 4145-1 Must find good home for male purebred Samoyed puppy, 12 weeks old. Registered from champion stock. Phone 329-4329. 4417-29 St. Bernard registered, gentle, three years old. male. Available for stud. Price pick of the litter. P.O. Box 1100. Glenwood. 626-3621. 4199-tt Registered female long haired months, shots, championship parents. 1-269-2868. Calgary. 4198-29 HI FOLKS! We are small miniature Pekinese pups, registered, looking for good home, are eight weeks old. Also six beautiful registered St. Bernard pups, eight weeks old. Phone 756- 3408. Stirling. 4355-31 HELP! We need a home! We're eight week okf part Labrador puppies. We are ail mostly paper trained. Five of us male two of us female. We love children. Please contact 602 28th St S.. Lethoridge or 1-486-5501. Nanton to help give us a home We can be delivered if in Lelhbridge and sur- rounding area XS19-4 California and New Zealand rabbits for sale. Ready for breeding. Pedigree stock Does and Bucks. 563-3737, Coteman. 4563-11 FURS BOUGHT SKINNED OR UNSKINNED. PICKED UP AT YOUR DOOR. PHONE ALBERTA PACIFIC FURS COLLECT, 823-4223, Drumheller 3730-tf SB BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Coffee shop for sale. Good turnover. Phone 328-1446 or 328-2451. Reasonably priced. C3785-tf Ultra modern four operator beauty shop, in excellent down town location Call Hazel for details at City Realty at 329-3000 or 328- 9823 C3721-tf Service Station on lot. 150x125. located at corner of 9th St and 2nd Ave S.. Lethbndge Phone 327-5716 8 a m -3 p.m Full price 000 cash to mortgage, balance at 9% C9518-tf MOTEL MANAGEMENT Require mature adults to assume full responsibility of operation of 16 unit motel, including room and office care. 60 miles from Lethbridge. Write Box 74. Herald C2492-tf -GROCERY STORE IN THRIVING SOUTH ALBERTA TOWN We have just listed this better than average business showing an ex- cellent return on investment Con- tains a complete line of equipment in like-new condition Also includes a 3.600 sq ft block constructed building located on a 50 x 125 ft. lot. Owner anxious to sell because of other and will sell'busmess and building as going concern or will sell the business and equipment and lease the building to a qualified purchaser For more information, RAY LAVALLEY at 327-3191 or ROYAL TRUST REAL ESTATE at 328-7761 MLS C3680-tf RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3RD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 328-9216 M.L.S. REALTOR THRIVING HOTEL BUSINESS located betweeruCranbrook and Fer- nie. Hotel has 10 large sleeping rooms with furniture included Bar is a thriving business Capacity is 58 seats Only hotel near there with a 80 mile man made lake and plans are proceeding to make a boat launch and large sandy beach. Included too are spacious living quarters in back. For more information just phone a Reliance Realtor. They will be happy to help you. MLS B872 STEAL OF A LIFETIME cash wili purchase a business for yourself Equipment only seven months old and are moveable if desired. This truck wash is coin operated and do- ing well Ideally located right at the stockyards. Don't wait, phone today to a' Reliance Realtor. MLS B887 C3760-29 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS S, MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S -328-5548 C5216-tf 90 CONTRACTS Movers with half ton available. Phone 327-4269. 4512-2 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745 C1936-tf Fences repaired built. Miscellaneous building Concrete patios sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs. Jim 327-5087, 328- 3983, 7799-tf HANDY MAN SERVICES_ _ Serving home and industry. Garbage collection: yards, basements and garages cleaned. Free estimates. Phone 328-4592. 2509-tf Carpentry finishing new houses, renovations, build fences, garages, etc Reshingle roofs, pour concrete walks and drives and misc 345-4561. after 5 p.m. 3446-tf Farm and ranch painting. Farms and industrial spray painting done. Also interior and exterior of house. Phone 327-2046. 1578-H R AND K CONSTRUCTION Cement contractors. Sidewalks, patios, driveways, floors. Estimates. Days 328-1468. evenings 327- 2627 9349-tt Ted Bingham Construction Custom Built Homes additions, rumpus rooms and renovations. Phone 327 3284. 4056-tf DESIGN HOMES General contractor. Design and build your home at lower cost Phone 328- 9525. 4305-tf Interior, exterior oaintma. sma! carpentry jobs, roof repairs Reasonable. Phone Bill 328- 9743. 4358-3 90 CONTRACTS____________ renchlng, plowing, hoeing, m- tailations and supplies Prairie Ditching Company PHONE 327-8280 C2463-H Contractor all repairs, renovations lay blocks, bricks, fireplaces, stone laying, sidewalks, driveways, cemen finishing, stuccoing, in house builder small jobs accepted. 328-0266. 329- 4678. PRESTIGE HOMES AND CONS'TR. Phone us for homes and home improvements, garages, rumpus rooms and all cement work. Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 327- 0939 756-tf MURRAY FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Sack hoeing, post hoe drilling, land- scaping, back fating, driveway, corra cleaning, rototilling No job too small or too large. 327-5817. 2120-H THE FAMILY CIRCUS By Bil Kemne "Doddy ioid I'm the man of the house and I'm s'posed to be in charge while he's BOX NUMBER REPLIES 0, 48. 49. 58. 76, 84. 89, 95, 97. 99. 00, 102, 106, 113. PUBLIC NOTICES CALL FOR TENDERJ3 Supply of vehicles (or Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District. Required: 2 single axle gravel trucks 3 Vi Tons 1 five or six passenger vehicle Detailed specifications are available it 334 13th Street North, Lethbridge. md bids will be 'eceived at the above iddress prior to 10-00 A M November 19th, 1974 The Board eserves the right to reject any or all F. A. Ross, P. Eng. General Manager 081 Patterns Stacking Trio PRINTED PATTERN STACK UP this trio for easy effortless total elegance for holiday parties. Sew sleeveless cardigan, over- blouse, straight-legged pants in vivid knits, polyester or wool. Printed Pattern 4501: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Yardages in pattern. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first- class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add 7f sales tax. Print plaintly Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7. Bundle Up! Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Tumday, October 29, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 City purchasing buses to augment school fleet Bundle up warmly, fashionably in this great set! NEWEST NOW the cuff cap? Crochet long, long scarf and long mittens of knitting worsted in bulky, rib stitches. Use 3 bright colors. Pattern 7253: Sizes S. M. L incl 75 cents each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15c each pattern for first- class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald. Needlecraft Department. 60 Progress Avenue. Scar- borough. Ontario, MIT 4P7. Ont residents add 5c sates tax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name. Address. BIRTH WEBSTER Mr. and Mrs. Tony Webster of Calgary are pleased to announce the birth of their second son, Mike Dale, born October 7, weighing 6 pounds 6 ounces, a brother to Clay. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bob Darling of Coutts, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Webster of Calgary. 4544 DEATHS CALHOUN Passed away suddenly in Etzikom on Sun- day, October 27, 1974, Mr. Donald Arthur (Amos) Calhoun at the age of 18 years beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Calhoun of Foremost. Born in Cardston, Donnie was raised and educated in Foremost where he had resid- ed until his passing. He was a member of the Foremost Branch of the. Royal Canadian Legion, Southern Alberta Auto Racing Association, Foremost Fish and Game Association, and Northwest Snowmobile Association. Besides his lov- ing parents, he is survived by two sisters Mrs. Sandra Worobeck of Edmonton, Miss Sheila Calhoun at home; one brother Rory at home; and his grandfather Mr. William Mosson of Canoe, B.C. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on Thursday, Oc- tober in the Foremost Community Hall, with Rev. L. Frank Lee officiating, assisted by Rev. Robert D. Mitchell. Interment will follow ,in the Foremost Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Foremost Cemetery Fund, the Town Office, Foremost. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361. C3933 SHATTUCK Monday, Oc- tober 28, 1974, at Edmonton, Murray Morgan, aged 40 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Doreen Shattuck and dear father of Lee and Delia Shattuck, Claresholm, Alber- ta. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Pearl Shattuck, Strathmore, Alberta; five brothers, Forrest, Wanham, Alberta; Victor, Weiser, Idaho: Gordon, Cardston; Clarence, Fort Saskatchewan, and Calvin, Stockton, Califor- nia; a sister, Mrs. R. (Donna) Bochek, Strathmore. Born at Boundary Creek, Alberta, he had resided at Claresholm for the past seven years. Services at Claresholm United Church Thursday, a.m. with Rev. E. Sinclair Reikie of- ficiating. Graveside services Cardston Cemetery, p.m. LEYDEN'S Funeral Homes Ltd.. Claresholm Branch, Directors of Services. 4585 MURPHY Alexander, passed away in the city on Monday, October 28th, 1974 at the age of 59 years. Mr. Murphy was born in Torbay Nfld. on September 28th, 1914. Mr. Murphy joined the British Navy in Nfld. in 1940 serving as Naval Seaman until bis dis- charge in 1946. He was on the North Atlantic Patrol and other fields of action. After his discharge from the Navy, he worked in Northern On- tario in construction work and also for the pulp and paper in- dustry. He then came west and resided in Vancouver before moving to Calgary where he married his wife Elizabeth in 1956, who predeceased him in 1966. He is survived by two brothers, Gus and Thomas Murphy, Torbay. Nfld.: five sisters, Mrs. Patrick (Mary) Generous of Wall Lake, Mich.. Mrs. Charles (Madeline) Ubleman of Colorado Springs. Col.. Miss Elizabeth Murphy of Everett, Mass.. Miss Sally- Murphy and Mrs. Girvin (Marie) Kenwood both of Toronto, and also by a step- daughter. Mrs. Frank (Janet) Olajos of Calgary. A brother John was killed on an invasion of France in the Second World War. Requiem Mass will be held in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday. October 30th at 1000 a.m.. with Father F Carroll as celebrant. Prayers wili be said in the CHRISTENSEN Chapel this evening 1 Tuesday! at p.m Interment for Mr Murphy will lake place in the Mt. Calvary section of Mt View Cemetery CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3928 DEATHS PETERSEN Alvin, beloved brother of Mr. Harry Petersen of 1111 17th St. S. passed away in the city on Monday, October 28th, 1974 at the age of 92 years. Funeral later by CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3929 HUISMAN Passed away suddenly in the city on Satur- day, October 26, 1974, Mrs. Bertha Willimina Huisman at the age of 68 years of 1031 1th St. S., beloved wife of the ate Mr. John Huisman. The ?uneral Service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, October 30, 1974, in Southmihster United Church, with Rev. Kenneth Morris of- Lciating. Interment will ollow in the Family Plot, Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. S. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C3932 VORNBROCK Passed away in Milk River on Sunday, October 27, 1974, following a brief illness, Mrs. Alma A. Vornbrock at the age of 65 years of Milk River, beloved wife of the. late Mr. Chris Vornbrock. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Tuesday, (tonight) October 29, 1974, in St. Peter's Catholic Church, Milk River. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Wednesday, October in St. Peter's Catholic Church, Milk River, with Rev. Father J. Schuster, celebrant. Interment will follow in Allerston Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the church from a.m. until prior-to the time of service. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C3931 TRAXLER Sunday, Oc- tober 27, 1974 at Etzikom, Alberta, Miss Karen May Traxler. age" 16 years, beloved granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Traxler of Etzikom, Alberta and dear daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Webster of Turner Valley. Alberta; two sisters, Marcia Ann and Michelle Tara and two brothers, Scott William and Reece Bradley Webster, all of Turner Valley, Alberta. Also surviving are numerous aunts and uncles. Born in Medicine Hat, Alber- ta, November 11, 1957, was raised and educated in the Etzikom and Foremost dis- trict. She was very active in sports, music and community activities. She was presently president of the Foremost High School Student Union and was loved by everyone who knew her. Bev. David Schaaf will conduct the funeral service in the Etzikom Community Hall on Wednesday. October 30 at 2 p.m. Interment Etzikom Cemetery, under the direction of the PATTISON FUNERAL HOME. C3927 MOSS Passed away suddenly at Etzikom on Sun- day. October 27. 1974, Mr. Ronald Leland Moss at the age of 20 years, beloved son of Mrs. Margaret Moss of Foremost. Born, raised, and educated in Foremost the late Mr. Moss had been employed by Southern Stationers Ltd. in Lethbridge after completing high-school, and had resided in Foremost for a few months until his passing. He was a member of the Foremost Elks. Besides his loving mother, be is sur- vived by three sisters Mrs. D. J. (Elizabeth) Maclean of Seba Beach, Alta.. Mrs. J. 'Marilyn) Peterson of BarnwelL.Miss Brenda Moss of Lethbridge; two brothers Mr. W T. (Tom) Moss of Raymond. Mr. Harry L. Moss of Kamloops. B.C.; and his grandfather Mr. H. W. EJborn of Calgary. He was predeceas- ed by his father in 1964. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on Thursday. Oc- tober 31.1974. in the Foremost Community Hall, with Rev. Robert D Mitchell of- ficiating, assisted by Rev. L. Frank Lee. Interment will follow in the Foremost Cemetery Those who wish may donate to the Ronald Moss Memorial Fund, c o the Town Office. Foremost, MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328-2961. CW4 DEATH HAMILTON Passed away on Sunday, October 27, 1974, Robert Wallace Hamilton, aged 73 years, beloved hus- band of Kathleen (Kasey) Hamilton of Fort Macleod. Born at Arden, Manitoba, moved to Fort Macleod in 1903. He married Kathleen Porter in Lethbridge in 1903. He worked as a butcher in Fort Macleod with Dicksons Meat Market, retiring in 1965. He was a member of the Fort Macleod Elks Club and Royal Canadian Legion. Besides his wife he is survived by two sons, Wally Jr. and Douglas of Calgary; one daughter, Mrs. E. (Doreen) Bruch; 14 grandchildren; three brothers. Hector and William of Fort Macleod, Wesley .of Kamloops, B.C.; three sisters, Mrs. Martha O'Con- nor of Banff, Mrs. Margaret Burrows of Fort Macleod, Mrs. Laura Madsen of Calgary. Funeral services will be held in Eden's Funeral Chapel, Wednesday Oct. 30 at 2 p.m., Rev. R. Hunt of- ficiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Hospital Aid Memorial Fund. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME, Fort Macleod. C3930 IN MEMORIAM CHONTOSH In loving memory of our dear son, Tom- my, who passed away October 29, 1973. Our hearts ache with sadness And secret tears still flow For what it meant to lose you No one will'ever know. Keep him Lord, in your gar- den of rest. For when on earth he was one of the best. loved and sadly mis- sed by Mom, Dad; Diane, David, Cathy, Wally and Paul. 4543 CARD OF THANKS BLY Roy and Louise wish to thank all their friends and relations for the surprise par- ty. Special thanks to Donna, Jenny and Mom. 4582 PARR We, as a family, wish to express our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to our many friends for their thoughtful expressions ol sympathy during our recent bereavement. The floral tributes, prayers, cards, letters and visits, food and donations of money all were deeply appreciated and will be remembered. Elaine, Cindy and Mother. 4571 VAN DYK -1 would thank the doctors for their concern before and after surgery. Also the nurses of Municipal hospital and Rev. Hankinson. thank you for your thought- fulness and prayers during my illness. Also my family and many wonderful friends for the many cards I received and wonderful flowers they gave me. I would like to thank all of you for your tboughtfulness Grace Van Dyk 4581-30 GALVTN Words do not adequately express the sincere gratitude for the ex- pressions of sympathy given to us with OK loss of a beloved husband and father. May we take this opportunity to ex- press our heartfelt thanks to relatives, friends, neighbors whose kind and thoughtful gestures helped so much dur- ing oar sorrow. Thank you for the beautiful sympathy cards, flowers. Mass cards, and flowers and food sent to the house. A special thank you to Father O'Dwyer. Father Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. McDon- ald, the organist, the choir, pallbearers, to the ladies of the Grassy Lake and Taber C W L. for the lunch that was served, to my dear frienc Norma who helped in many ways during Bills illness, your presence was a comfort. We would like to thank all who look time to attend the funeral, especially the guard of honor, and to the wonderfu people who sent donations to the Cancer Society. Galvin and family. 4542 Comments about safety and vandalism on city school buses were raised Monday as city council debated purchase of three new school buses. The purchase at a cost of was eventually approv- ed with only Deputy Mayor Vera Ferguson opposed but not without considerable dis- cussion. "There's been little mention of the safety of the said Aid. Bob Tarleck midway in the debate. "I'm disturbed by the fact we're sending buses out on the street with makeshift repairs." City utility director Oli Er- dos told council buses were being pressed into service with only makeshift repairs, because of an extra demand for school buses created by a change in school hours caused by the Canada Winter Games school break. "During the morning and evening when the school bus runs are on, the bus barns are he said. Deputy Mayor Vera Ferguson, asked about dalism on the school buses, referring to a comment in a report from city transit super- visor John Frouws. Mr. Frouws mentioned in his report investigating possi- ble solutions to the school bus problem that former alderman Steve Kotch, owner of Northern Bus Lines, said he could help the city but preferred not to use his pre- sent equipment in view of the amount of vandalism. "There is a large amount of vandalism seats slashed and so said Mr. Erdos. "That really tempers my heart bleeding for the students when I hear of these sorts of said Deputy Mayor Ferguson. She argued, along with Aid. Vaughan Hembroff that since the Canada Winter Games scheduling was causing the school bus problems, there wouldn't be the same problem next year and the situation could be lived with But Mr. Erdns said the ex- tra buses would be needed next year And without the new buses this year, school children could be left standing on the corner when the cold weather comes and more children ride the buses, he said. The cost of the buses will be fully recoverable from the school boards, he added, as the fee they pay the city covers, operating and capital costs. Edmonton to take house from widow EDMONTON (CP) City council voted Monday to ex- propriate the home of an 89- year-old widow, despite Aid. Ed Leger's warnings that the city may have to forcibly remove her. Council gave third and final reading to a bylaw to ex- propriate Mildred Burke's home to make way for the construction of the Strathcona senior citizens residence. "Is this a death sentence we are placing on this Aid. Leger asked. "Will we have to go to the police and drag her out? I understand she is very determined and is not prepared to get out." Aid. Ed Kennedy was un- impressed by Mr. Leger's warning. "There are many other elderly citizens whose lives are he said, referring to persons who need accommodation in a senior citizens residence. "They have been waiting an intolerably long he added. Council was told the city has tried for about three years to obtain the property. There have been discussions with Mrs. Burke and the city has purchased another home several blocks away for 500 for her to live in. City solicitor Harry Wilson said the value of the second home is "considerably in ex- cess" of the value of Mrs. Burke's present home. Chief Commissioner George Hughes suggested if the bylaw is passed, "negotiations (with Mrs. Burke) might become more amenable so that the ul- timate might not have to happen." Mayor William Hawrelak said he intends to talk to Mrs. Burke personally to try to per- suade her to move so the senior citizens home can be built. Aid. Leger and Aid. Ken Newman were the only ones to vote against third reading. Aid. Newman said it was to say that other persons are waiting for accommodation, "but this is a woman's home; it's a case of trampling on the rights of an individual." Aid. Ron Hayter. however, said it, is "completely unfair to suggest that the city hasn't dealt with the matter with the utmost consideration." Only one mayoralty race in E. Kootenay By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRANBROOK Mayor James Ogilvie of Kimberley has been returned by acclamation, other East Kootenay mayors are mid- way in two-year terms but a mayoralty contest will be held in the District of Sparwood. Sparwood incumbent mayor Michael Hydomako will be op- posed by Reginald Taylor and Louis Ungaro. It is a two-year term. Electors go to the polls Nov. 16. Cranbrook mayor Ty Colgur will continue for another year in his term. Mayor Vernon Uphill of Fernie is in the same situation. Seeking three seats on the Cranbrook city council are in- cumbents Stepban Atchison and Donald Shelling and new- comers Vera Gloria Andrews. Anna-Mae Gartside. Robert F. Wilson and Malcolm Killam. Mr. Sherting is the Regional District of East Kootenay representative can- didate for Cranbrook. There are three money at Cranbrook: for a new fire hall; for a storm sewer construction program; and for municipal road improvements. Seeking seats on the Kimberley city council are in- cumbents John Daigle and William J. Reid and new- comers Barbara Ann Foster and Stanley Wilson. Mr. Wilson and Mr. Daigle are seeking the RDEK post as well. Named by acclamation to a seat for one year was David Danbar. Seeking three District of Sparwood council seats are in- cumbents Joseph Altomare and Robert Thomson. New comers are John Hvizdos, Gordon Macdonnell and Henry Volkman. Contesting one seat for one-year are Russell Dawluk and Robert Schadu'ch. Three seats on the Fernie council are sought by in- cumbents Charles Podrasky, Cirino Salvador and Richard Yorburgh. New comers in the race are August J. Boersma, Rhea DiGeorgio and Adrian Kennedy. SCHOOL BOARD SEATS School board seats are sought as follows: Fernie: Two seats, X Evaristo Maccarato. X Jack Pigeon. John Bowen and Robert Craig. Kimberley: Returned by acclamation. Verna Goop and Malcolm Smith. Sparwood: One seat. Bruno Bevilacoua and Patricia Ann Parolnk. Cranbrook: Returned by acclamation. Roy Leclair, Florence Gilbert Mayor Karl Maartman is mid-way in his two-year term of office as mayor of the Village of Elkford. north of Sparwood. Seeking two seats on the Elkford village council are in- cumbents A. S. Etmanski and Richard Grieve. The new- comer in the election is R. J. Spreadbury TO HOLD EXHIBITION LONDON