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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MASTER CADETS Lieut. Alberla McKinnon are Master Cadets. Capl. Randall Sliemko left, and of ihe Pincher Creek Cadet Corps Highest standin PINCHER CREEK (Special) members of the Pincher Creek Cadet Corps recently undertook extensive examina- tions at. Edmonton and suc- emerged as Master -IcLs. the highest slandard ainable under the training successful trainees were arao elected curlers TABER (HNSi Dave Pa- idpe is president of the Taber .irling Club, succeeding Pat 'imbashi. Others elected wore Rex ojhneider and Laddie Pavka, vice-presidents, and Dick Rob- inson, secretary. Mr. Robinson will serve also as treasurer unlil an appoint- ment is made. Club directors are Jim Clarke. Keg Jackson. Jim Cheyiic. Bud MacMurchy, Ken Sasaki and Ken Maruyama. The 30 mern'icrs present gave conditional approval for Ihc piM-rbasG of an ice making ma- chine. 18 year old Cadet Capl. Randall Shemko, son of Mr. r-nd Mrs. Ernest Shemko: and CadcL Licul. Allan McKinnon, JG-ycar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKinnon. The two youilg men. along with 17 other cadels in Alber- ta, first received a short re- fresher course in the northern centre and then were ex- amined for proficiency in sev- eral subjects such as map reading, rifle training, drill, dress, and deportment, instruc- tional ability and Ihc ability lo express themselves in essays. Capt. Shemko is a fourth year member of the corps and is also local commander. He has attended the Vernon Army Cadet Camp on two oc- casions in the capacity as cadet and once as instructor and also attended Shilo Army Cadet Camp. Lieut. McKinnon Is a third- year cadet who has participat- ed at Vernon Cadet Camp dur- ing two training sessions and once at Camp Shilo. As an aftermath of their suc- cess at becoming Master Cadels Ihe Iwo members have been selected for n six week j lour of Ihe various military in- stallations in Canada and tile West Indies this summer. Two weeks will be spent in Ollawa and three weeks in the Carib- bean, while one week will be j spent, in travelling by land sea j and air. I net doings 23 welcomed I'AVMOND (HNS) Town councillor Dean Cooper extend, ed greetings and pood wishes from the Town of Raymond to welcome visiting chamber of commerce members of the Glacier lour. The 23 men came from Browning and Cut Bank, Mont. They represented business, larming and ranching men who showed llieir interest, in their neighbors tn their north. The twc chambers from Cut Eank and browning joined each oilier at the War Bonnett Lodge to proceed on the good will tour which made a circle through Carway then on into Cardslon. Luiich was served at the Le- gion Memorial Mall with Ihe Raymond and District Cham- ber of Commerce hosling the luncheon. The group paid a visit to Highway 52 Feeders where they showed keen interest in the way the feed yard oper- ates. Leaving Raymond the mem- bers of the tour were scheduled to slop al Magralh for a brief visit to the Garden Cily. Blood clinics Blood donor clinics will be held on the following dales and times: Tuesday, May 2 Pincher Creek, Anglican Church Hall, 2 to 4 p m.; to 9 p.m. Tuesday, May 30 Blair more Elks' Hall, 6 to 9 p.m. Requisitions NATAL (HNSi At (he reg- ular meeting of the District, of Sparwood council, the annual requisitions for the Regional District of East Kootenay and Ibe East KonleDay Health Unit were received. The amount payable for ser- vices from the regional dis- trict Is and S21.687 (or services from the health unit. The breakdown for Ihe glonal dislricl requisition is: general government fis- cal services SI2.3I3: environ- mental planning and zoning urban renewal grants in aid and recre- ation and regional parks ?1.43G. The hospital requisition amounts lo 1.93 mills. 50lh WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Vklor Barr, pioneers of the Ardcn- ville district south of Fort Maclcod, Were honored recently by members of llieir family on Ihe occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary- May 1, 177? THE LCIIWIDGI UtRAlD 3 Fin-, protection Ml VULCAN" The Rural I'irc Co rip Wl.ra incut of tv.o fire prnlrc'linn i and dKni .s'-'i wiUi areas ;il and Council (ho inMl'jr cslab- Vulcnn was approved by the the Vulcan and district Couniy of ;il the recent undarics as county council meeting. ihc boundaries [or I be propmed Krom the Cannangay area, i Vulcan ami Dislricl Fin; Pro- Dale Clark, J. IJrtiwnell. L. An-j leclion Area, with a '.pcciid lax nable ami H. llubka were pres-, levy not exceeding "ni> mill lo cut as a delegation and miiicM- be plain! on all ral'-alilc prop- cslablished as the boundaries A majority nf present of a lire protection area and a al a pulilir meeting had favnr- spccial tax levy not exceeding eel two mills be placed on all rate- able properly in that area for the puix-hnsc and operation of MKKT MOMnY the purthnso ami operation or COAI.iiALIO MIXS) The a new fire (ruck and (he pur-1 Coaldale C'om-nunily Ifospil a 1 ol a budding. Women's Auxiliary will rnecl al K. Jamison ,-nul lirian i 8 p.m. .Monday. .May 1, in the Todd, representing llic Vulcan t hospital boardroom. v v M 0 V, t I COALDALE COMMUNITY HALL IS CONDEMNED Hall history includes fire COALDALE (TINS) The Conidalc Community Hall may not stand very ir.ucJi longer. It cannot be used nflcr July I until it i.s repaired to meet the standards of tin1. National Building Cndr. Coaldale Pythian Sislrrs have used HIP ball as their meeting place for 25 yeru-s. In delving into the hisioiy of ihe ball many exciting facts were revealed. It was a joint effort of the community, not. only those in town but in lliu rural area as well. The original ball was Hie liny Growers Hall. H burned down in Will. A year or Iwo later 11m Kniulits of I'yihians look over and put a roof on I1 IP iTiuaiiiiiM! ba.-'onirnl. sec- tion of Ihc old hall. II wns ie- frrird In Ihr KP's ball. In about it, became ap- parcni (hat a hall above ground was necessary. A fU'oup of romminiity-niind- rd citizens spearheaded by the of rythians got busy. Tlu1 KP's turned their base- ment properly nver for about I'-if) memberships (or share- licilrlnrs) a Coaldale Cam- immity Hall As.-wialioii was fnrmcd which In dale i--- in charp1 of hall operations. Abdul iTcc.ivod donations and the Diamond i Cily Hotel was purchased. It I was dismantled and much nf the large limbers, the flooring. other lumber, llic boiler and I her. 1 ing equipment were sal- untied In trjmsporl to i and a hall was built on top nf Karl Lac- elcclcd Lonnis club (Special V-The reorpnniznlional meeting of the. Tennis flub was held recently in the art room of No- Ne Central School. Karl l.rme, elect proi- denl. vice prrsidrnl. Marilyn Airs. Mcrlycc J.inkunis. Ireasurer; n n d n Luchia, secretary; Mrs. M n y 1'aul, Dennis Brady nnd MeClain, directors. Iliph on the list nf priorities facing thr. new executive is the resurfacing of Hie courts, with rslimatcs received from Iwo' firms, ll was decided to hold a Ion- nta tournament, iu June. Construction foreman was the late Frank Knnpp. II was completed in 1339. The first board of directors were .Scott Davis, still residing in Coaldale, and Ihc late John Koss. Rob Lawrence, T. P. Rowlhy and l-Ynnk Knnpp. Thr association was re.gis'er- pfl under the provincial socie- ties act. The constitution states mem- berships wore each and c.-.o1! member has one vole. Annual ladings were to lw held .11. The Lcs llandlcy Gldtime Or- chestra played at the official opening nf Ihe hall Since H was built in some mm al ions and improve- ments e taken place. A largo kilchrii was biiilt. Much nf it ua.s furnished by Ihc Con Male- Pythian Thr. Cdaldalo IiVili- luln prnvidrd a fridpr. The Coaldale Kinsmen Club donaled much lime and money to keep it operational. 11 was also the club's meeting place. Over llic years various men's groups look care of hall opera- lions on a one year at a time 'KIMS. Included w e r o (he Kuiphls of Pylhiaiis, Iho Coal- ('alc. Holarv Club, Ihc Coaldale Kinsmen Club, Ihc Calholir Club. Elks gather to hear lodges grow BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) than 100 members of Elks lodges of Fernic, Columsn, Blairmorc. Pincher Creek, Granum and Fort nt- lendcd a successful district meeting here recently. Exalted ruler Clarke Brad- ley and his officers opened the meeting. It was then turned over to District deputy Marx Gryschuk of Tlillcrest. He wel- comed flllcnriing lodges and vis- itors Doug Roadhouse of Lcth- bridge, inner guard of the pro- vincial Elks: and Tex Gostola of Picture Butte, district dep- uly of district 1. Reports indicated most lodges have more mem- bers. Past-exalted ruler Ron Col- lings of Ihe Colemaji Elks was nominated for the position of district deputy. A Chinese supper, arranged by the Blairmore Elks, conclud- ed the event. Raymond f holds rate al 80 mills RAYMOND (HNS) There will be no change in the lax mill rale for 1972. Mayor Robert Graham and council al a special council incrtinB, held the mill rate al 80 mills. II is divided as follows: 27 mills, school foundation: public school, separate school n.D; municipal hospital, 4, public icallb unit. 4.5: Warner count, foundation (Ridge View Lodge) 2: municipal administration, 20; outstanding debentures, 7. There was no change in llv business lax; it was held al 2C mills. Waller Grigor clcclcd by PTA BARMVELL (HNSi The Bormvcll Parent Teacher As- recently elected Wal- cr Grigor president. Other officers: Dwighl Ferry ind Rex Powell, vice presi- Icnts: and Mrs. Audrey Kriz- san, secretary treasurer. They vill begin their duties aL the Beginning of Lhc new school crm in Seplcmhcr. Tlic present PTA executive of Kay Edwards, president; Bob Edwards and Reed Jensen, vice presidents; and Airs. Sylvia Rogers, secre- tary treasurer; will continue in llieir olficinl capacities (ill scbonl is closed in June. Parents discussed pros and cons nf the new time schedule nf the school day that has been in operation in ths Barmvcll Stlionl since .Ian. 1. Most of the irnehcrs present. Bevprly Jolin.son, vice-prin- cipal, pave the percentages of the parents uho were in favor, or apainsl, Lhc 'viriou.s poinls broughl out. in Hie question- naires sent lo each family, liev Cahoon, principal, gave rrpnr! on his findings of IIOM- ..r ncMp M !inol hours affected Ihc pupil.1- and iN- icacbcrs, Tim Ifflrhr-rs in nf new schedule I fl was rleeirJivl (hal in Ihr fall. I uhen school hcRins dgnin, il dceuk.d vhrlhcr Barn conlinnc.s this time schedule, or reverts to Ihe one of :ho previous year. This gives the parents a few monlhs lo decide definitely system Ilicy profri'. The room Irnphy for Ihc lar- jx'rccnlnp' of pnrcnl.s enl any one Mas hy tbn Grade 7 Honor Miss Debbie with shower of shifts WARNER (IINS'i A mis- cellaneous shower lo honor Miss Debbie Viagner was he'd recently in the Warner Mem- orial Library. The bride'- to he's sister, Miss Margaret. Wagner pre- sided at the guest book and also helped to open gifts. Miss Lesley Croicau was master of ceremonies. She spole about some humorous events of their school days. Special guests were the bride to he's mother, Mrs. IStihelle Wapner, and h e r' grandmother, Mrs. Fred Mack-1 lin. both of Warner. i The ]Jillman girls presented three musical selections. I Misses Valerie Mack. Debbie Kanigan and .lean Williams re- j corded the gifts. Miss Delwrah Wagner and Mr. Jolm Simpson were mar- tied at St. Augusli-c's Angli- call Church, Ijelhbridge. Etziknm Sunshine Circle formed bv 10 women ET7IKOM iIINS) Ten women attended a meeting at the home of Mrs. Elmer (Gladys) Genno recently lo form a new orgnization In he registered under the name of Etzikom Sunshine Circle. Mrs. Jerome (Gladys) Strom- smoc was elected president and Mrs. Gladys Genno is vice-pres- ident. Mrs Clovi.v (Kay'i Srhellcen was elected and Mrs. Hilmar (Katie) Hal- verson will be attending (o Ilia hostess gift. i Suggestions were given for a program with Mrs. Clarence ilobinson in charge. i The next meeting Is sched- j uled for May 10 at the home of Mrs. Genno. I Safety, Traction, Stability and Improved Fuel Economy Nine Piy Puncfure Protection Stop and Compare REMEMBER MILE GUARANTEE 1902 2 Avenue S. Phone 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" The World's Leading International Beer r" L.ihcl blend .mil brew (ink llic IniM. iujni-dicnh. p.iliontc.. CMIV...IO brinp; out .ill their Honour. Then we. the brew more lime in our cool, quiet cell.irs MI I .ibel slowly ni'iUiivs tn pel lei tion. II jon like A beer ll.'Minr, try .1 Hl.Uk I .ibel enjov the full II.) von r is conquering thirsts .ill OUT the (.'.irling lil.irk I .ibel ,ind rnjovrd in over coimtries .iround the nlolie. Till ;