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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July U, 1971 THE IETMBRIDC-! HEWLD 3 Arena wanted by hockey club HEREFORD QUEEN Debbie Thiessen rides tall and straight in 1he saddle at the recent Cardston parade after winning second place. The two-day celebrations honored Herman and Warner tinder, all-time rodeo greats. Catharine Hull Photo Cardston parade winners CARDSTON (HNS) The wealher was perfect and spectators turned out In goodly numbers to watch The three-quarters of an hour parade here recently. Hundreds of acetylene-filled balloons given to the children by an oil com- pany made a colorful display on both sides of the parade route. The parade featured the Don Rem- ington carriages which carried town dignitaries, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Un- der and Mr.and Mrs. Warner Under. The Linders were honored this year Inasmuch as the rodeo festivities were designated as Under Days. Two bands were In attendance, the Princess Patricia Canadian Light In- fantry Band from Calgary and the Cardston-Magrath High School March- Ing Band. The latter made a striking picture in Ihelr new blue and white uniforms. They were conducted by Bsndmesfer Boyd Hunter. Following are the parade winners: Best commercial float: Cardslon Co-op Creamery; Cardston Credit Union. Service or Hospital Float: Lion's Club; Rotary Club. Pioneer or Novelty: Pilling Family; Fort Macleod. Best Decorated Float: Mrs. Rice; Treasury Branch. Best Decorated Car: Stedman's; Andy's Auto. INDIAN SECTION Best Indian Costume: Man, Bill Heavy Runner, 5 q u a w, Josephine Heavy Runner. Mounted Indian: Morris Hinrfbull- MOUNTED SECTION Senior Mounted Cowboy: Harlan Draper; Roland Dudley. Senior Mounted Cowgirl: Miss Rila Scotter; Miss Barbara Christie. Junior Mounted Cowboy: Jirn Broad- head; Jon Remington. Junior Mounted Cowgirl: Shirley Be- vans; Debbie Schaffer. Best Gal incur Outfit. Men: Cliffon Peterson; Lady: Teresa Bevsns. Family of Four: Bob Shaw family. CHILDREN'S Best Mounted Cowboy: Alfred Eagli Tsilfeathers; Arthur Gales; Briai Watson. Best Mounted Cowgirl: Charlott Soop; Cheryl Leavitt; Darlene Atwoot Best Children's Group: Marilyn Lea vitf, Lorcen Leavitt and Randy Lea Best decorated bike- Boys: Jim Fei guson; Brent Hogenson; Tyler Huntei Girls: Debra Cahoon. Best Novelty Costume: Boys, Kevl Zemp; Wade Nish; Girls, Marily Ze-mp; Julie Jensen. Best Comic Boy: Dale Zemp. Best Comic Girl: Susan Baker. children's Float: Jerry Rolhe Dallas Rothe and Eva Aldridge. Best Decorated Wagon: Jim Bevans Shauna Atwood. CHANBROOK (.Special) Vigorous lobby is under way at city ball for a new year-round arena by Cranbrook Minor Hoc- ;ey Association and the debt- aden Royals Hockey Club. Glenn Matheson heads the ormer group which anticipates registration of 700 boys for 971-72 season play. Minor association playing time at a bit over (WO players >lus figure skater use last sea- son had be rationed. Inciden- .ally preliminary cost of field- ng boy in this league, in- cluding skates, skating ticket, and regulation Games team wears while and blue PINCHER CREEK (Special the past three week: all of the southern games lean selected trials for Pine her Creek and district have been completed and the successfu competitors selected to attend the games in Ciaresholm Aug 4-7. Those who were successful ir being selected to the games team will receive official notifi- cation by mail from the parks and recreation office. Enclosec with the notification will be a team crest and information c o n c e r ning transportation meeting places, times of events and meals. Team members are encour aged to wear a white blouse or T-shirt and blue slacks or jeans so the team will have an idenli ty, the spectators will know who to cheer for, and the team organizers will have an easier time. The crest should be sewn on the left arm sleeve. For information concern the games team contact the recreation office at 627-4322. aying equipment is for c parent. Cranbrook Projects Society, ready deep into ils quarter- Jh'on dollar indoor-outdoor rimming facility it mil turn er to the city U, operate, has en assigned the task of col- cling information of cost, robably into seven figures, for ji arena to provide double ice rface, off-season flooring and ating accommodation. Associated Engineering Ser- ces assignment to survey and timate cost of providing city ater and sewer to the vast and population around lich city limits expanded in ebruary reported cost of this ould be about This ould be interim mains and runk extensions for prestige uiecrest, Slaterville and Little an Borne-Innis Ave., just a action of the February exten- on where building has been evsloped. Cost would be on a ?.l improvements basis of 40- per cent sharing respective- between the city and the ireas benefitting from the im- rovement. Report has been over to city engineering ervice for a more complete udy and cost estimate. So far the city's five interim wells supply syS' im to supplement existing ater supply, with fine co-op- ration from a drippy weather man, is meeting its first year equirement for 1971. However, it may still be nee essary to ratibr during prolong d dry weather. By no means dead issue is the million lus permanent city water u p p 1 y distribution improve- lent sponsored by Aid. Sleph an Atchison two years ago to he bylaw final reading stage vhen the department of muni cipal affairs ordered it dropped s financially unsound for the ity at that time. Aid. Atchison reports tnis by aw still a live issue as far ns e is concerned as necessary n completion of the wells pro- gram repayment from revenui innually four years from now Data processing COALDALE (HNS) -The Implementation of data pro- cessing services for the town office is under consideration ty council and Herb Fletcher, sec- retary treasurer. The employees' committee held a special meeting recently mid will report to the next council meeting Monday, July 26. Direct police COALDALE (HNS) In- terim police commission men> bers are Henry Bergen, chair- man; Herb Klassen, Peter Let- kemann and Rudy Gettman. They will serve until their official appointment is received NOTICE OF DIVIDEND No. 61 CLASS "A" SHARES Notice is hereby Given that the Board of Directors has de- clared dividends totalling 6% on tile nmcnmt paid up on Class "A" (rrcferrerl) Shares (p.ir value These dividends, consisting of a preferential dividend of 5% and -in additional divi- dend of 1% will be paid on or about Septcmhcr 1, 3971, to holdcis of Mich shares of record .it the close of htisi- ness nn Friday, July By Older of tile Board UNITED GRAIN GROWERS LIMITED J. A. WIIITIJ, Secretary. July 16, 1071 Winnipeg, Manitoba from the attorney general's de- partment. J. B. R. Staddon has served on the police commission since it was set up a number of years ago. Due to ill health he was unable to continue. Council ex- pressed appreciation for his service to the community. Amateur rodeo CARDSTON (HNS) The weather was perfect for Card- ston's annual amateur rodeo. Bareback bronc riding: Gary Ivins; steer wrestling: Tom Ivins; bull riding: Jody Devar- neschuk, Vern Elliot and Oscar Walter calf roping: Don Jensen; saddle bronc: Roddy Ross; team roping: Jim Sea- wald and Dave McAlpine; ju- nior cow riding: Jim Schmidt; junior barrel racing: Kelly Tourend; ladies barrel racing, Gretta Robinson, Carol Becker Two defeats NATAL (HNS) Playing in the Elk Valley Softball League. Kaiser Coal Dodgers suffered two defeats by one-run margins at the Sparwood school grounds. In the first game Kaiser built an early five-run lead which they failed to hold. They had a golden opportunity to win the game in the last inning when they failed to score with the bases loaded and none down. They went down to defeat by a 7-6 score to Bellevue Eagles. In the second game against Feraic Kings Hold, Kaiser once again failed to produce af- ter loading the bases on two oc- casions, it was a narrow 8-7 .score. New stop sign COALDALE (HNS) A stop sign will be erected at the cor- ner of 22nd St. and 2nd Avc. by order of town council. It is to be set up on a three- month trial period. Chief of Police Victor Mayer will he advised that only warn- ing tickets are to be issued to offenders as no amending by- law has been passed. This corner had a yield sign. Women gather GTZIKOM (HNS) Nine women attended the Kly.ikom Community Club meeting at Ihc home of Mrs. Clarence (Alice) Robinson. Roll rail involved n hint for sewing shortcuts. It was decided sympathy cards will be sent to friends in and out of the district. It was reported thai work oil the north cemetery has been completed. Hostess gift went to Mrs. Si- mon 'Ellen) Heitrich. The next mea'ing is sched- uled for Aug. 11 at the home of Mrs. Mike (Alice' Ondrick. Barbecue set PINCHER CREEK (Special) At the next Grizzly District Council meeting of the Boy Scouts of Canada, plans will be made for the barbecue to be held at 8 p.m., Sept. 18 at the Castle River Camp Ground. This is a new venture for the Grizzly District Council and it will be open to the public. The menu is beef on a bun, baked beans, coleslaw, coffee and soft drinks. Advance tick- ets will be on sale early in August. A program of leader training is set up for the fall. A registration meeting will be held in Pincher Creek early in September. The date of the next Grizzly Council meeting is Aug. 5 at 8 p.m. at the MD Building. Indian Days PINCHER CREEK (Special) 17th Annual Peigan In- dians Days has been postponed to Aug. 6, 7, nnd 8. The Calgary Stampede, the Browning, Mont, celebrations and the Stony Indian Day clashed with the earlier dates Held at Brocket each yea native people from reserves Montana and southern Alberta gather for this affair. 'Feminine touch' COALDALE (HNS) Tl: town float in Coaldale Settler Day will have "the feminin touch." Mrs. Erna Goertzen was a] pointed to create the displa; Several of the town employee will be asked to assist. Council approved an expenc ture up to for the float. Water reservoir COALDALE (HNS) Th town will purchase at least 1 acres of land for a propose water reservoir. Land owned by Bob Hollrb will be purchased. Another parcel of land is sti under consideration. Slow pitch play-offs held by MD FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Willow Creek MD held its play-offs for slow pitch here recently. The winners will play in the Alberta Summer Games. They arc: men, Ciaresholm; women, Fort Macleod; girls, Nanton; and boys, Fort Macleod. The swimming play-offs were hold at Ciaresholm. Fort Mac- leod swimmers to go to the games arc Peter Schwindt Tom Lcmire, Bill Fiegci', Kar- en Chester, Jean Cou'.ls, Cathy Cressman, Shcrrie S'chwindt, Sharon Fridcn, Gary Frayn Glen Ilockscma, Roberta Gry- nocli, Lcta Milne, Ethel lloek- seniR, -Bruce Sponholtz, Jell Scott nnd Jocv Davis. Gay Takeda ivins bursary COALDALE (HNS) M. Gay Takeda, student at Ka Andrews High School here, r cently won a federal govcr ment bursary to attend St. rence College at Quebec Citj Que., (associated with Lav University) during the sumir. to study French. She will enjoy sightscein tours, folk dancing, gym-ja? skin diving, canoeing, yach ing, archery, horseback ridin nnd other activities. S'.uden are required to speak French The program is sponsored b tl-.e federal government in co junction with several Canadia universities. Beavers host oldlimers MONARCH