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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 14, 1973 THI LITHMIOOE HftALD 3 CLARESHOLM (Special) Golf play-offs were held at Nan- ton recently, (for the Willow Creek to determine who would represent the area at the Summer Games at Ray- mond July 26 to 29. Winners were: Mrs. B. J. RCMP Musical Ride JEAN SWIHART photo. Const. Arnie Brooks of the Fort Macleod detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police checks his mount before a recent RCMP mini-musical ride at Fort Mac- leod. There will be a spectacular salute to the 100th anniversary of the RCMP at Fort Macleod Sunday. It is the RCMP Centennial Musical Ride. It is set for'11 a.m. at Mid- night Stadium. Admission is per person with no reserved seats. Later that day the RCMP Band will be at Standoff on the Blood Indian Reserve. Cranbrook schooh upgraded rblf winners advance to Games Whitehead and Mrs. Gladys Mackin, Claresholm; Mrs. Pear Dobbie, Stavely; and Ross Bertrand, Ernest Steeden, Mike Frey, all of Claresholm. Others from Claresholm who played at Nanton were; Mrs. Fred Fairbairn, Mrs. Ellen Carlin' and Harry Malchow. CRANBROOK (Spe.ciaD- School plant work to an ap- classrooms with gymnasium. Fall occupation is planned. Mount Baker Secondary will proximate is under way over summer months to- j have a library addition and yo- ward accommodation improve- cational school expansion with ment for the school young- sters within school district. the Cranbrook Plants engineer Arthur Jones is supervising the summer building program, major items of which is increasing the city's newest school, four room pri- mary Gordon Terrace, to 10 tion. Administration the addition of a graphics sec- quarters will also be altered, along with those at T. M. Roberts Elemen- tary. Through the district superin- tendent, Harry Sayers, a brief be presented" to the provin- cial commission sitting here Aug. 14 before chairman Ian McTaggart-Cowan on the prov- ince's post secondary educa- tion needs. The board strongly advocates post-secondary academic, tech- nical and vocational education opportunities for East Koote- nay, but as strongly opposes any school district financial re- sponsibility for this. Here's the winning band When the Garden City and the Temple Gty get together, watch out! Magrath Civic centre fund backed WARNER (HNS) Ken Wong, president of the Warner Students' Union, presented Mayor Jack Ashmore with a cheque in the amount of from the Students' Union to the Warner Civic Centre Fund. The money was raised dur- ing the year by the students through a variety of projects. ARDENVILLE MUTUAL TELEPHONE AUCTION SALE 2 Miles West and 13 Miles South of Fort Madeod on Blue Trail MONDAY, JULY 16th, 1973 TIME PM. TERMS: CASH 900 fully pressure treated poles, which include: 390 poles 16 feet long 350 poles 20 feet long 140 poles 25 feet long 16 poles 30 'feet long plus 200 older poles 270 Crossarms Large quantity of insulators 16 tons of iron wire Quantity of bolts, braces, hooks and wire stretchers AUCnONKRS Dave McNob GeraW Thompson License No. 010221 License No. 010222 Phone Phone 627-4278 District news ton. They will be on hand for the Lethfaridge Whoop-Up 'Pass nursing home complex to be ready this fall Monday. GIRLS PARLEY IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. W. Kirby, supervisor of the Lethbridge Northern Busy Bees Girls' Club, and members Edith Stefancsik and Arlene Klooster, recently attended the 55th annual Alberta Women's Institute Girls' Club Conven- ion at Olds. Miss Klooster participated in the talent show and Miss Stefancsik took part in the fashion show. Mrs. Kirby was presented with a scroll in recognition of ber four years of supervisory duty. GUIDES CAMP ENCHANT (HNS) Girl Guides and Brownies went to Camp Okeekun at Fort Mac- leod. This was held jointly with the Coutts group. The four Brownies spent three days and the Guides will be gone a week. They were accompanied by their leaders, Mrs. Shirley Prouty and Mrs. Gloria Lee. FUN FOR CHILDREN PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Children in the Beaver Mines area may attend a playgrouw program from July 16 to 20 at the Coalfields Comimmity Hall This program will be belt from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for children from five to 12 yean of age. The children are asked to bring, their lunch. BLAffiMORE (CNP Bureau) The new senior citizens tome and nursing home com- plex, being constructed at the tast end of and connected to, the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital, is nearing completion Three of nine trophies won by south band MAGRATH (HNS) The Magrath-Cardston Band was really' swinging at the Cal- gary Stampede Parade. The Magrath Cardston di- visional marching band took three of nine trophies in the band competition which fea- tured 35 entrants. It won both the best Cana- dian band open and cities under population com- petitions and the trophy for best Canadian band, cities under prize. and wfll be ready for occu- pancy early this fall. units will provide for 30 occupants each. There is a waiting list. COHO.paving of Pincher Creek has paved the entrance area to the hospital. An area hi front on the south side of the senior citizens' and nurs- ing home complex is also being paved. Plans call for the old en- trance to the hospital to be closed'off. A new entrance east of the complex will be opened. It will afford access to the hos- pital, nursing and senior citi- zens' home as well as to the golf course and bulk oil sta- tion. PLAYGROUND PLAN PINCHER CREEK (Special) A playground program will be conducted at toe Willow Valley School until July 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Chil- dren from the ages of five to 12 years are welcome and are asked to bring their lunch. hosts Asians IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Leonard K Haney .had as their recenl guests. Yilma'Taklemariam Ethiopia, Edward Asante aw Timothy Ola of Ghana, Nab Chaudhary of West Pakistan and Mrs. Phushpa Matbema of Nepal where Mr. Mathema is the under secretary of agricul ture. Advanced university stu- dents, they are enrolled in an agr icultural economics pro- gram, at the University of Al berta. Their tour of southern Alber- ta included a visit to Jasper Banff, Valley Feeders, Leth- bridge Research Station, Fort Macleod Museum, Ken Coppi thorne ranch and the Can Oxy site near Canmore where the; watched a well being drilled. Sportsplex area committee COALDALE (HNS) A Sportsplex arena management committee will be established. The committee will comprise interested citizens from the fol- lowing groups: Coaldale and District Agricultural Society, recreation board, Coaldale Kinsmen Club, Coaldale Curl- ing Club, and two members from town council, Mayor A. F. Blakie and Councillor Earl FoxalL It has been suggested that a person from the community at large should be included ia the committee. APPOINTMENT NOTICE' s. Da LOW S. Del low recently been appointed Partner In Charge of the Dallas, Texas office of louche Ross and Co. He Is re- gional Partner of 9 offices locat- ed in Texas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. He was elected to the Board of Directors of Touehe Ross in 1972. In addition, he was named to the firm'> Executive and Nominating Committees. Mr. low was born in Card- ston, Alberta, Canada. He is the ion of Mrs. Blanche low and the late S. W. low. He attended grammar and high school in Cardston. He graduated from the IDS Business College in Salt lake City and from the Univer- sity of Utah. He attended Har- vard Graduate School of Business Administration. He started his accounting profession in Calgary- with the firm of Eric, Richardson end Graves, then moved to Salt lake City with the firm of Wells, Baxter and Miller. A Boise branch office of the Salt lake firm was opened by Mr. low in 1947. Mr. low purchased the Boise office fii 1959 and it became the firm of low, Viehweg, lill and Grow until they merged with Touehe Ross and Co. in 1968, at which time Mr. low was namel Partner in Charge of the Boise office. He and Mrs. low, the former laRee Wilde, are the parents of three daughters, Miriam, Cheryl and Elaine; and jone Dixon. Active in community and civic activities; Mr. low Is past di- rector of the Boise Chamber of Commerce, Y.M.CA. and Arid Club; past secretary, director and treasurer of the Rotary Club; past secretary and director of Hillcrest Country Club and a past trustee of St. luke's Hospital. He is a member of the Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants, member- and post president of the Idaho Society Certified Public Accountants. He is a member ond past council member of the American Institute" of Certified Public Accountants and serves on the Committee on Relations with the Federal Communications Commission and the Committee on Man- agement of Accounting Practice. He is a contributing editor to the Journal of Accountancy. Mr. law Is a member of the Church of. 'Jesus Christ of lotter- Day Saints, serving In the Sunday School Presidency, member tif High Council, Boise .West Stake, teacher of High Priests Quorum, President of Elders Quorum and as High Priest in his Church. RCMP Centennial Committee has gifts You tot, a horse of a different color, because we have the best service and guarantee Mvffler IfwtaHotiorw 4th Sf. end 3rd Wwnt 327-lttl Daily t a.m. to e ft.m. FORT MACLEOD (HNS) Alberta RCMP Centennial Committee wffl present two cheques totalling to two Fort Macleod groups on the weekend. A total of will be pre- sented to the Fort Macleod Centennial Society for its 1974 "homecoming program" when Fort Madeod celebrates its own centennial. A total of will be given to the Fort Macleod Lionettes Club for its children's play- ground to be completed by May of next year. Hie cheques will be present- ed by Attorney General Merv Leitch before the grandstand filled with spectators at Mid- night Stadium for the RCMP Centennial Musical Bide at 11 aura. Sunday. CHEAP ELECTRICITY Canadians enjoy some of the lowest electricity rates in the world. WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 16th TILL 12 NOON SO OUR STAFF MAY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SEEING THE WHOOP-UP DAYS PARADE O CEE-DER-LOG (Patented ConstiuctJon) is: a completely manufactured log building ready for assembly. Naturally insulating, requiring no further insulation, lining or plastering to rs in the coldest areas of Canada. The logs are machine-dried then shaped to a uniform log pattern design with tongues and grooves to provide a weather-tight joint when assembled. Even cpss-jointeare machined to what we call the "Saddle Back" We wll be pleased to show you the amazing "Saddle Efeck" joint system and other features of CEE-DER-LOG buildings that have made our product so popular. a. supply major appliances such as stover, refrigerators, freezers, light fixtures and floor coverings with your building, or we can supply any item separately. Want to know more? Write or phone and we would be glad to give you more information. Sales Representatives in most areas. A Company Heptwntoiive will be ovniloHe of the EL RANCHO MOTEl Thurs. and Fri. July 19 and 20 from f a.m. to 6 p.m. M. CEE-DER-LOG BUILDINGS LTD. 1215 MCKNIGHT BLVD. N.E. CALGARY ALMRTA WONI ;