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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 12, 1971 THI HTHBMOOI HRALD Prepare arena for netv ice plant Through an assistance grant to the Raymond and yards of dirt to prepare the site for a cement floor. Fairs, District Agriculture Society the Raymond arena, built horse shows and winter events will be scheduled. Total three years ago, will have an ice plant unit. It will be cost of the arena is set at Volunteers are work- large enough to add two sheets of curling ice when the ing to upgrade the facility, rink is enlarged some time in the future. Trucks haul 500 ____ INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 Interior lumbermen join Council of Forest Industries CRANBROOK Last independent woods manu- facturers' association in the province, the Interior Lumber Manufacturers Association rep- resenting 68 producing compa- nies in the Nelson and Kam- loops Forest districts, has ap- plied for affiliation in the Coun- cil of Forest Industries of Brit- ish Columbia. Its major function is in pre- senting an informed front con- ASSUMPTION ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH (LETHBRIDGE) having individual and congregational musical talent, is accepting applications for a MUSIC DIRECTOR to co-ordinate and direct these resources in a music program including choir and congregational singing. Responsbilities and salaries are negotiable Apply by end of May Phone 327-8931 ceming international legisla- tion. Its chairman on a full- time basis is Gordon Draeske of Vancouver. ILMA has been functioning for more than 20 years, initial- ly as the Southern Interior Lumber Manufacturers from western Ofcanagan across both West and East Kootenay and far north of Kamloops, Mica Dam and village on the Co- lumbia Big Bend. It started in the wake of pro- vincial legislation establishing sustained yield of woods re- source, with allowable cut bal- ancing annual growth. Immediate effect of the leg- islation was consolidation of small and sometime shoe- string operations, since individ- ual cutting quotas jyere based on actual individual cutting record. Mechanization and wage scales were rocketing to make small companies unecon- omic. At its recent annual meet- ing in Penticton, Henry Nelson of Galloway in East Kootenay was re-elected ILMA pres- ident. King inspects Macleod cadets FORT MACLEOD (Special) Macleod Cadet Corps held its 26th annual inspection at the Industrial Airport for in- specting officer Lt.-Col. F. T. King of Lethbridge. He was accompanied by Capt. E. Morris of Edmonton, Maj. D. P. Graham of Leth- bridge, MLA Leighton Buck- well, and Jim Furman, pres- ident of the local Legion. Awards: J. Turuk, best- dressed on parade; Ed Camp- bell, T. G. Jordan, M. B. Max- well, were given camp certifi- cates; Maxwell and Jordan also received first-aid certifi- cates. Master cadet awards went to two former cadets now serv- ing in the armed forces. Kei Gemmell is now stationed at Calgary and was not present. Roy Quick, now stationed in Victoria, was home on leave. Attendance cheques went to N. S. Balkham and T. G. Jor- dan. These awards were pre- sented by Lt.-Col. King. Mr. Furman gave the legion trophy to K. McKenna with honorable mention to R. H Quick. 108 games on five courts 22 trophies for badminton aces CARDSTON (HNS) The 'ardston Junior High School tosted the annual junior high badminton tournament. There were 108 enthusiastic students engaged in 6% hours of continuous badminton in the E. J. Wood School gymnasium. Schools taking part were: Wagrath, with Keith Sabey as coach; Glenhill, Ed Lowry, coach; Del Bonita, Bob Camp- bell, coach; Mountain View, Cardston athletes win letters CARDSTON (HNS) The 'ardston High School athletic awards banquet was held here recently. Athletes received "letters" as tollows: Wrestling: Joe Isfeld, Marvin Lee and David Stewart. Badminton: Jesse Olsen, Rod Beazer and Bruce Webster. Curling: Victor Knoblick, Mac Sloan, Colin Dower and RaeDene Pontarollo. Cheerleading: Cheryl Leavitt and Joyce Smith. Rodeo: Marlon Draper, Shel- lee Reeder and Kelvin Fox. Football: Tim Gibb, Delroy Walburger, Larry Schow, Ken- dal Holt, Lorry Pitcher, Rich- ard Anderson, Dean Russell, Chris Shidelar and Cam Smi- gel. Basketball: Jim Toone, Mark Gaboon, David Remington and Greg Steed. The special awards were pre- sented to the following: Larry Schow, athlete of the year, Dean Russell, most valuable player in football; and Victor Knoblick, curling c h a m pion- skip. Noel Pilling, coach; and Card- ston, Lynn Beazer, coach. A total of 108 games were played in the five courts. TROPHY WINNERS Twenty two trophies were presented to the following play- ers in the 11 events: Boys singles: Shane Phillips, Cardston. Girls singles: Dianne Orr, Cardston. Grade 9 boys doubles, Lloyd Gaboon and Tom Crooks, Card- ston. Grade 9 girls doubles, Shirlee Vatson and Cyndi Cameron, Cardston. Grade 9 mixed doubles, Val- erie French and Kay Wynder, Glenhill. Grade 8 boys doubles, Phillip Olsen and Rodney Smith, Glen- hill Coaldale chamber awakens COALDALE (HNS) A meeting to reorganize the Coaldale and District Cham ber of Commerce will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 16 in the Coaldale Sportsplex. Grade 8 girls doubles, Jo- layne Scott and Shirlee Low, Cardston. Grade 8 mixed doubles, Ron Secretan and Karen Gaboon, Cardston. Grade T boys doubles, Kenny Matkin and Doug Sheen, Card- ston. Grade 7 girls doubles, Mer- lene Gaboon and Brenda Broad- head, Cardston. Grade 7 mixed doubles, Kea Brewer and Tina Ponomar, Magrath. Nobleford Tennis Club meets NOBLEFORD The Nobleford Tennis Club met in the art room of the Noble Central School recently. Re-elected president was Karl Lang. Vernon Smith was elected vice president; Wanda Luchia, secretary; Mrs. Luella Siray, treasurer; Mrs. Myrtice Jankunis, Mrs. Barbara Phairs and Gordon Luchia, directors. Discussion of improvements to the courts followed. A walk- a-thon was set to raise money for the general improvements of the courts. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mecftanlt Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 INTERLUX YOU GET TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE SATIN LATEX INTERLUX SEMI- GLOSS 2 gallons for only 13.50 2 quarts for only 4.10 INTERLUX EXTERIOR WHITE 2 gallons for only 13.50 2 for only 4.10 INTERIUX EXTERIOR UNDER- COATER For ultimate In protection gallons 13.50 INTERLUX FENCE PAINT... 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