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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _-------------. W.dntiday, September 23 ,1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Many Honors Bestowed Upon Stirling Scholar STIRLING (HNS) George Quon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lynne Quon of Stirling, has been awarded an Alberta Hotel Association scholarship of GEORGE QUON Many Honors a University cf Calgary scholarship of a provincial government scholarship of and a provincial educ a t i o n grant of George came to Stirling front Hong Kong in 1965. At that time he had difficulty with the Eng- Two Seeking Mayor's Post GRANUM (HNS) Dorothy Weerstra and Terry Cairns have been nominated to contest the position of mayor in the October elections. The office was made vacant by the resig- nation of L. E. Sherman who was first elected to council in 1954 and served as mayor since 1963. Two vacancies on town coun- cil will be filled by Delbert Paulson and Charles Calder- wood. They'll replace retiring councillors Dorothy Weer s t r a and Marcel Pratte. lish language and had to "re- live" his elementary schooling for about a year and a half. He received extra lessons in English from Mrs. N o r m a Christensen and Mrs. Myrtle Christensen and was promoted to grade eight. Tlie following year he passed his grade nine departmental with honors ex- cept his English subjects. This past year he passed his grade 12 examinations with honors, Flurry Of Activity In Sparwood Housing Project Nears Completion NATAL (HNS) Since Sept. 9, when the first 24 keys to the new Senior Citizen housing units in Sparwood were distri- buted there has been a flurry of activity to occupy these new homes. The remaining 16 keys will be distributed almost anytime as work on these units is rapidly hearing completion. The project is completely rent- ed. The project Is one which has achieving an average of 92 per Jn.e PW" is one wnicn cent He now is enrolled in the Deceived support from ev tjie resident of the community since 19CG. Tlie project cost is estimated at Of this amount the community, various projects and donations, has raised about io per cent. The rental from the housing will, over the next 50 years, have to pay the balance i except for which is a grant from the provincial gov- ernment of B.C. Architects for this concept in .low cost housing were Fair- COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Sawyer, Browning and Rev Boh Smith was inducted Nixon of Cranbrook, B.C. Con- as minister of the Crowsnest struction was under the care of Pass United Churches at cere- prime contractor, Engineered faculty of engineering at University of Calgary. Minister Inducted At Colemaii monies held in the St. Paul's United Church in Coleman. Alfred McKay, chairman of the official Board of the Crows- nest Pastoral Charge, present- ed Mr. Smith for induction and ceremonies were conducted by Rev. Ken Jordan of Pincher Creek and Rev. Peter Walker of Fort Macleod. Following the well-attended induction, the gathering retired to the church club rooms where a coffee hour was enjoy ed and Mr. and Mrs. Smith had the opportunity of meeting some of the congregation and friends. Mr. Smith was born and raised at Provost, Alberta and during the Second World War served with the RCAF. He worked in the insurance busi' ness for sometime before en- tering full-time church work. He is a graduate of St. Jo- seph's College, Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and six- year-old daughter have taken up residence at the manse in Blairmore. THURSDAY SPECIAL! HOOVER ELECTRSC CAN OPENER Cutting wheel may be re- moved for cleaning. Mag- net holds lid firmly. Heavy duty motor. Reg. 17.95. SPECIAL. FAIRFIELD'S 1244 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-6684 Other Hoover small ap- pliances and Service Depot. Homes of Vancouver. B.C. The project started in 1966 when the then Reeve, Orlando Ungaro, called on the commu- nity to a general public meet- ing to discuss the problem of housing for senior citizens when relocation was to be a reality. At that meeting a Sen- ior Citizens Society was form- ed with William Gregory as president, Umphemia Kozler as vice president, Lorraine Fon- tana as secretary and Mary Putich as treasurer. Directors were Charles Podrasky, Char- lie Haigh, G. W. Eorsato, Rich- ard Hughes, J. K. Myles, Nancy James and Vance Hulbcrt. Shortly after formation of the society the first fund raising drive was under way. It was in the form of a membership drive where 449 memberships were sold at each. The nine community minded citizens who spearheaded the drive were: J. K. Mitchell, Charlie Kozler, Rosie Reghenas, Mil- dred Gianfrancisco, Johnny H e i t m a n, Mario Berdusco, Ralph Caruso. Bruno Bevilac- qua, and Charles Pcdrasky. The second fluid raising event of 1966 was the July 1 celebra- tions. All proceeds from this celebration amounting to went to the Senior Citizen So- ciety. Three large donations, from the Centennial com- mittee, from the District of -Sparwood council and from the Sparwood Community Fund were added to the bank balance in In 1967 1966. bingo combined with major contributions from all business, industry and the United Mine Workers of Amer- ica, Michel Local, started the year of money raising activity. Heavy rains during the first of July weekend seriously reduced this source of funds to Council again contributed to the project. There was again a membership drive about as successful as the first as well as a number of other fund rais- ing events. It was in 1967 that Craws Nest Industries made seven lots available for the housing project. Mr. Gregory resigned from the Society in 1967 and Mrs. Kozler look over the presi- dency. The Society also lost the services of Mr. Hulbert. These two vacancies were fill- ed by Bruno Bevilacqua and Fred Rybaehuk. The community again re- sponded with generous dona- Awards Night Is Planned PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Regional Parks and Recreation Board announces that the Summer Games Awards Night will be held in the Memorial Commun- ity Centre Arena on Friday, October 2, at p.m. Tickets are available at Ihe recreation office in the base- ment of the Town Hall during business hours until 5 p.m. 30. A guest speaker is planned and to facilitate planning, in- terested parties are asked to get tickets as soon as possible. tions in 19C8. The Society's July 1 celebration was highly suc- cessful and raised By the end of the year (lie bank ac- count had reached a total of Last year there were no money raising activities, but the society had an extremely busy year. The architecture firm was hired to plan and ex- ecute the complex. Preliminary plans were approved in May and the title deed to the prop- erty was received in the same month. By September 16, Cen- tral Mortgage and Housing Cor- poration (who hold the mort- gage) gave their approval to the plans and advised that the government of British Colum- bia had also approved the pro- ject. The project was put to tender and on October 15, the tenders were opened and the contact was awarded to Allied Dev e 1 o p m e n t (Engineered Homes) of Vancouver. On January 20 this year. Cen- tral Mortgage and Housing Cor- poration approved the loan for the project on a 50-year mort- je and the British Columbia government grant was ap- proved. In April the Society hired Mrs. Lorraine Fontana as administrator and Mrs. Polly DeLuca became secretary. Ald- erman Siro Cimolini replaced Mrs. Dora Uagaro on the ad- visory council. An official opening ceremony is under consideration and may be announced soon. Shower Guest NOBLEFORD (Special) Peggy Moulton was guest of honor at a miscellaneous show- er here recently. She'll become the bride of Eddy Sanderson of Maple Creek, Sask., October 10. She was assisted in the open- ing of gifts by Cheryl Sander- son, sister of the grcom to be, and her aunt, Mrs. Joyce Shen- Hong Kong Youth Keeps Coaldale Group Informed COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale United Church Wont- en, Eva Greer G.oup met re- cently to hear a letter from Lau Hong Ming, a 14-year old youth in Hong Kong sponsored by the local -group. The Eva Grccr Group con- tribute towards Lau's education and livelihood. The members were pleased to hear the progress which Lau :long Ming was making in school in Kaulpon, Hong Kong. It was the first meeting for the new season. A total 19 mem- bers and three visitors attend- ed. and now from Herb's Western Wear setting the South Country's image with selection and quality western clothing Herb Shector suggests... that you get in the swing of things for Fall in JEANS from Herb's New Stripes and New Fall Fashions are now m LEYI s Bell Bottoms PreShrunk Shrink to fit Men's Levi's with button fly Jackets Saddleman colored perm a press boot jeans LEE- Men's Lee Jackets Lee Slims Ladies' Lees Kiddies' Lees Lee Rodeo Cut Blue Denim, brown, green, and Permanent Press denim. See our fine selection of new Winter LEATHER JACKETS and Down Filled Jackets Remember If it's WESTERN or RUGGED and if it's NEW you'll find it FIRST at Just Say "CHARGE IT" the eqsy WESTERN WAY Herb't 308 5th Street S. WESTERN VEIft GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE Pres i d i n g was Mrs. L. II. Vaselenak president. Plans for the congregational supper to be held November 13 were made. Church calendars will again be sold. The church board made a request for financial support. It was decided to be respon- sible for the fall church bank loan payment. Thank you letters from the Fish Lake Mission Hospital for the quilts and the Dorcas So- ciety for the used clothing were read. Mrs. Francis Campbell was in charge of the devotionals. Auxiliary Now Active PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Picture Butle Hospital women's auxiliary has resumed activity after the summer recess. During the summer the auxiliary purchased an air con- ditioner for the labor room at the hospital as well as two bot- tle warmers and two baby lounges for the nursery. Pamela Tokeda was awarded the auxiliary's bursary wh i c h goes annually to a student en- tering the nursing profess ion. Miss Tokeda is in training at the University Hospital in Ed- monton. Next meeting of the auxiliary is October 12 at at the hos- pital. druk. Also assisting were her mother, Mrs. Marion Moulton, the groom's mother Mrs. Erla Sanderson and Janice Urvold. Shower Held MILK RIVER Ruth Hum- mel was guest of honor at a bridal shower here. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. James Melvin, mother of the groom, and Arlene O'Donnell, Skate ChiL Makes Plans For Season TABER (HNS) The Taber Figure Skating Club, inactive locally since its ice facility was destroyed by fire more than 20 months ago, will revive in- structional classes shortly. In preparation for seasonal practices, registrations for all interested figure skaters were taken at the administrailon building Saturday, and again from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. one week later on the 26. Figure skaters will also be required to have season skat- ing tickets to cover use of the skating rink, and these also will be available at the recreation office. Tlie recreation board also an- nounces a regional hockey school to take place here from Sept. 23 to October 8, for which age fees shortly. Those involved in minor hockey this year will have to hold season skating tickets when they register for hockey registrations. groups and registration will be made known both of Lethbridge. Joan Kuhl was in charge of the guest book with Amy and Doris Hummel, younger sisters of the bride- elect, asshting in the opening of gifts. Recording the gifts was another sister, Joanne Rolt'e. Miss Hummel wil become the bride of Rick Melvin this Saturday. No Election PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) There will be no elections in Picture Bulte next month as John Vander Hyden witlid r e his name from the Separate School Board. Town conn c i 1 posts were filled by acclama- tion. WHERE THERE'S SMOKE, THERE'S FILTH-The topic of olr pollution is raising a big, black cloud these days. Claresholm's town dump gets into the picture with a big, black cloud of its own. It's coming to an end soon. A new dump will be opened before the year is out. It will be a sanitary, land-fill area. Andersen Photo Four Seek Three Seats PINCHER CREEK (Special) election will be held in Pincher Creek on October 14 for the election of three coun- cillors. On nomination day, four names were entered. These were incumbent, James Burns; incumbent, Gordon Robb; Ol- iver Haigh and John Olyslager. Going in by acclamation as trustees of St. Michael's Roman Catholic School Board were J. Griep; Herman Peeters and Aylmer Stuckey. AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN An energetic Mercury dealership requires an automobile salesman immediately. Usual company benefits which include company demo, health plan> and generous commission plan. Apply to G. R. RICHARDSON SALES MANAGER PH. 327-5763 h AVENUE 4th STREET, 18th STREET I AVENUE, LITHSRIBGE, ALURTA EARLY SEARCH Maine's coast was explored by white men as early as 1496. Phone 328-4726 40'x60' BUTLER GSI BUILDING Reg. 5AIE PRICE 4'x8' ASPENITE PLYWOOD (Per Sheet) ..'...........2.39 2.79 4'x8' STANDARD SPRUCE SHEETING PLYWOOD (Per Sheet) 2.79 ?e" 2.93 4'x8' STANDARD FIR SHEETING PLYWOOD (Per Sheet) 3.15 3.29 4.95 ?i" 6.15 K" 6.85 4'x8' SPRUCE D GRADE SHEETING PLYWOOD (Per Sheet) 2.59 V 2.73 4'x8' STAIN COTE FIR SHEETING PLYWOOD (Per Sheet) 3.49 3.89 4'xB' FIR GOOD ONE SIDE PLYWOOD (Pur Sheet) 3.69 v 8.35 VAUXHALL CO-OP IMPLEMENTS LTD. PHONE 654-2552 VAUXHAIL Annual Store-Wide HARVEST SALE Continues ADMIRAL 13 CU. FT. 2-DOOR REFRIGERATOR NO-FROST No-frosting Freezer Refrigerator Giant Sub-zero Freezer Section Full Width Crisper 2" Flip-out Ice Cube Trays Magnetic Door Seals Five-year Unit Manu. Sugg. List 399.95. HARVEST SALE EXACTLY AS ILLUSTRATED! CONVENIENT TERMS! 324 5th Street South Phone 327-8578 ;