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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta lYett? residences Picture Bcttc expands in two directions DISTRICT Arthritis fund campaign at Picture Butte Friday But asks no help By D'ARCY RICKARD i Butte Herald District Editor 1 PICTURE BUTTE Thugs are moving ahead as Picliae turns into a ''pict u r e j chiaroscuro lights and sha-, Mcllroy sums it up with these dows of a town with a proud Major Chrunik has cha-, past and a bright future, risma and Picture Butte has Town administrator _, j a help Poland who spent two years in -1 a concentration camp during words: just don't ask for help and yet Picture Butte is Earl really progressing. Really pro- gressing today. Places like Coaldale and Nobleford are al- ways asking for help. Picture Butte never does." And as for Mayor Chronik. he s described by the town ad- ministrator in nine words mayor? You bet. He decides to quit." Let's take a look at this neat little to an of just over ratepayers" 15 miles north of Lcthondge. For one thing, it has just shelled out for a stieet paving program, recently com- pleted. This makes a big, big difference. cd are all the business blocks oi Jamieson Avenue and 3rd Street; four blocks on 7th Street All three blocks on Watson Avenue; 2% blocks on 5th Street and the six connecting streets between Highway Avenue (mam street) and Crescent The trend is up. Younger people are moving to Picture Butte. The pace is just a little i uit faster. Mavor Chronik. a native of PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Door bells all over Picture Butte will be ringing on Fri- day and throughout September when volunteers from the C.W.L. will call at homes in all sections of the community to raise money for the Cana- dian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society. C.A.R.S. spearheads a na- tionwide attack on arthritis. "In said Mrs. Mary Rentier, Campaign Chairman, ''Canada is the envy of most countries because of the progress made in the battle against arthritis." The aim of the Neighbor-to- neighbor appeal, said Mrs. Renner, is to give every citizen of Picture Butte an opportunity to join the attack on this baff- ling group of diseases. Everyone knows someone with arthritis, Mrs. Renner said, and by contributing to this campaign they will be doing something to help a friend, neighbor or perhaps, someone in the family. One in every 20 Canadians suffers from some form of rheu- matic disease. Anyone wishing to volunteer his services may contact Mrs. Renner at 732-4530. .Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 House building up at Raymond RAYMOND (HNS) Town building inspector Joseph Kirk- ham has recently issued build- ing permits authorizing con- struction valued at Ten new homes are under construction here. Work on a new service sta- tion, to replace one that burned i down May 1, has been held up by a lack of construction sup- plies. At the same time, other re- sidences are being improved under permits authorizing 379 in construction. Nine new families are moving to this tcwn soon. arena okaved CLARESHOLM A propos- ed indoor arena on the Claresholm Stampede and Fair Association property has been unanimously appnned by town i council. The arena is planned to en- compass a 120 by 280-loot site at the south end of the asso- ciation's property. With the lease of the arena to the Willow Creek Agricultur- al Society, the association could be eligible for a federal grant toward the cost of the building. While Raymond district farmer Keith Palmer undei- went surgery at St. Michael's Hospital, Leth- bridge, for an eye injury, his neighbors wheeled nine combines and eight trucks into his fields and harvested his crop in jig time. A total of 'bushels was harvested in> 1 li days. Mr. Palmer was making a minor repair to a steel shaft. He tapped it with a wrench and a very small piece of steel through his eye. Although he has lost the sight of one eye he has gained an in- sight into just how friendly his neighbors are. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Oecoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 It's a sewage la- ll be located south tnc Second World War. has an- other project. And councillors Duane Oliver, Jack Pinch, Mrs. John (Mary) Shaw, Howard Branch. Harry Watson and Jim Kulka are working with the mayor to acquire land to see it realized, goon. It AV of town. ''The department of the envir- onment says this is a the mayor. His philosophy: "If we can grow 10 people a year we are net going backward." Picture Eutte installed 1.900 feet ot water line this summer. New houses are going up in now suodivisions in the north- west, and southeast corners. Regarding the northw e s t section, Mr. Mcllroy ''If get a developer in here I think this end of town will real- ly pop." The other end of town is "popping." A new four-plex on Centennial Ave. Duplexes in evidence everywhere. Centen- nial Avenue looks like a big city suburb. Vern Baker, president of the Picture Butte Chamber of Commerce, looks mighty pleased. "What do I say. 'Don't pave the streets.' Hell, they are pav- ing my street." He's a happy man. "We are playing on four greens now but' we should be playing on nine in i three he says, adding a plug for the golf links to the i south of town. Country cousins friends who neigh together stay together The Correspondent in Your Area STIRLING MRS. F. B. ZAUGG..................... 756-3324 TABER ROSS GIB6........................... 223-2252 TURIN MRS. PAUL JUHAR 738-4394 TYRELL'S LAKE MRS. HOWARD HAMLING 642-2263 VAUXHALL MRS. R. W. POWERS 654-2369 WARNER MRS. PEARL LIEBELT 642-3610 SPARWOOD MRS. MOLLY LATKA.................... 425-6617 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Golden anniversary celebrated CLARESHOLM (Special) Mr. and Mrs. J. Allan Wanna- maker recently celebrated their Golden Wedding annivcrs a r y here. More than 100 people called. In charge of the guest book was their granddaughter. Miss Miriam Hawkins of Ottawa. A wedding cake, made from the same recipe as the original cake at the wedding 50 years ago, was made by Mrs. James CLARESIIOLM Eight pro- Wannamaker of Calgary It was vincial cabinel decorated by Mrs Harold hcrc for a iuncheon meet-' Sale Effect WhHe Stocks Last! QUANTITIES AS LISTED! NO REPEATS NEVER AGAIN AT PRICES LIKE THESE! We have made a special purchase from WESTINGHOUSE of Canada Ltd., and are pleased to be able to pass the savings on to our customers! Check the list and see what great buys these actually arel ITEM 1 ONLY NO. 780 WESTINGHOUSE AUTO WASHER Avocado MANU. SUGG. LIST 429.95 399.95 399.95 254.95 225.95 Claresholm meeting for cabinet 9 6 only LT680 WESTINGHOUSE FRONT LOAD TUMBLE ACTION WASHERS Avocado e 4 only LT680 WESTINGHOUSE FRONT LOAD TUMBLE ACTION WASHERS Gold NOTE These tumble units are ideal for families who are concerned about wate' con- sumption as they only require '2 tho amount of an agitating unit. 1 ONLY DE 110 WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC DRYER White I only DE 550 WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC DRYER White 2 only DE 460 WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC DRYERS 99 r nr 1 Avocado, 1 Gold ZZJ.7J 4 only DE 880 WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC DRYERS Qr 2 Copper, 2 Avocado............................................ 27 7.7 J 9 I Only IS 150 WESTINGHOUSE WASHER-DRYER non An White ZOU.UU 0 1 Only SF 500 WESTINGHOUSE PORTABLE DISHWASHER or Avocado 444.VD O 5 Only ST 1152 WESTINGHOUSE SOLID STATE STEREOS 449.95 SALE PRKEF 349.00 299.00 299.00 179.00 195.00 5 Only ST 1016 WESTINGHOUSE SOLID STATE STEREOS 349.95 raan of Claresholm. Phoebe Brown and J. Allan Wannamaker were married at the home of the bride's par- ents, the late Mr. and Mrs. James C. Brown, near Granum. Attendants were the bride's sister, now Mrs. W. T. Mason of Granum, then Jean Brown, and the groom's brother-in-law, the late Stanley Ferguson. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Wannamaker lived at Bowden for three years, the rest of the time at Claresholm. Mr. Wannamaker was postmas- ter from 1942 to 1961. ing from 12 to 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 17. On hand for a luncheon at the Flying N restaurant will be ecucation minister Lou Hynd- iiidii, culluns, youth and rec- reation minister Horst Schmid; provincial treasurer Gordon Minicly; advanced educat i o n minister Jim Foster; lands and forests minister Dr. Allan' Warrack; manpower and labor minister Dr. Bert Ilohol: and ministers without protfolios, Wilma Helen Hunley, responsi- ble for (he Alberta Health Care CoinTr.ission, and George Top- olnisky, rural development. 1 Only ST 1012 WESTINGHOUSE SOLID STATE STEREO 299.00 2 Only 26" WESTINGHOUSE CONSOLE COLOR TVs ,oo AA Fully automatic Oyy.UU 1 Only 20" WESTINGHOUSE PORTABLE COLOR TV 559.95 1 Only 17" WESTINGHOUSE PORTABLE COLOR TV 449.95 179.00 299.00 339.00 259.00 239.00 549.00 369.00 339.00 CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE! OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTSI 326 5th St. South LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-8578 RENEWAL SERVICE ;