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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 13, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Okltiine Dance At Maclcod Friday, May 22 FORT MACLEOD (HNS) The second annual Fort Mac- leod OldUmc Dance Club's old fashioned ball will be held in the Fort Macleod Elks Hall Fri- day, May 22 at 9 p.m. The grand march begins at 10 p.m. Lunch will be served at mid- night. Mrs Sclmell Re-Elected By Scouters TABER (HNS) Mrs. Jean- ne Schnell was re-elected presi- dent el the Flatlands District of Scouting. Others are John Gilales, first vice-president; Earl H. Elling- son second vice-president; and Barry Armston, secretary-trea- surer. William S. Redd of Grassy Lake is the new "growth" chair- man. He will conduct a seminar for leaders in mid-September. Saturday, June 6, the annua' cubs bicycle rcdeo will be held at the LDS stake centre park- ing lot commencing at 6 a.m. On the same day, scouts from all 'local troops will participate in the annual peanut sale. A camporee at Scout Islanr northwest of Taber will fae held June 12 and 13. A district jamboretle will be held July 29 through Aug. 1. The financial report present- ed at the meeting showed total receipts including boy registra- tions of and expenditures of leaving a cash balance as of April 30 of The repprl covered a nine-month perioc from Aug. 1. PLEDGE DONATIONS COALDALE (HNS) A lota of was pledged for the recent Kin Trek, says Ben Reimer, publicity chairman The trek was held to raise funds for the Sportplex and other Kinsmen community pro jects. _______ WINS MASTER CADET AWARD Cadet Capt. Robert Shemko, right, of the Pincher Creek Royal Canadian Lesion Corps, won the Master Cadet Award at recent ex- aminations at Canadian Forces Base, Edmonton. Present- ing the award at the recent annual passing out parade at Pincher Creek is Capt. H. L. Bennett. Capt. Shemko also won the best cadet award. _____________ New Officers FORT MACLEOD (Special) Order of the Hoyal Purple district deputy Helen Erdman of Granum recently installed the following officers of the Fort Macleod order: Honored Royal Lady Janet Tilbe; Past Honored Hoyal Lady Ruth Bester; Associate Royal Lady Dorothy Wharton; Loyal Lady Gladys Milley; Lec- turing Lady Shirley Getke; Sec- retary Betty McKenna; treas- urer Ruby Baird; three-year trustee Marie Jette; historian Betty Cook; chaplain Mary Res- kanski; conductress Eileen Hogeland; inner guard Dor- othy Burke; and outer guard Frances Lemire. Presentations were made to Ruth Bester, Ruby Baird and Wilma Schnarr. RETURNS HOME NOBLEFORD (HNS) Her- man Hann has returned home after being a patient in the Foothills Hospital, Calgary, for two weeks. Passing Out Parade Honors Shemko PINCHER CREEK (Special) _ The annual passing out par- ade of the 2560 Pincher Creek Legion Cadet corps held recently in the Memorial Com- munity Centre arena. Inspecting officer was Maj. Mel Hamilton of the 20lh In- dependent Field Battery RCA Lethbridge. After the inspection the cad- ets attended a banquet in their honor at the Dieppe Memorial hall, at which time Mayor Ar- thur Ames welcomed the cad- ets, parents and special guests. Best cadet award was pre- sented to Cadet Robert Shemko, in the form of a cheque by President W. Everts of the Royal Canadian Legion. The master cadet award was presented to Cadet Captain Robert Shemko by Capt. H. L Bennett. Major M. Hamilton, said cadets are. keeping the tradi- tion of the artillery going and would be the leaders of the army of- tomorrow. Capt. H. L. Bennett said he was impressed with the real- ism of the displays carried out by tha cadets. They train under the cap- able leadership of commanding officer Capt. Shemko and A. Frail, civilian instructor. 26 Blessed COALDALE (HNS) First Holy Communion was bestowed on 26 children in St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church here on Ascension of Our Lord Sunday. Rev. Bruce Field officiated. The church was packed to capacity. The junior choir, directed by Sister Yvonne McKinnon, sang. In appreciation of all their with the children, flowers were presented to Sister Imel- da Toomey, Sister Yvonne Mc- Kinnon, Mrs. Steve Slemko and Miss Rita Van Dyk. To Honor Priest COALDALE (HNS) Rev. Bruce Field, parish priest of St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church here, will be honored at a farewell church service at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 17. Father Field has been ap- pointed chaplain of St. Mich- ael's Hospital, Lethbridge. Father Field commences his new position Sunday, May 17. He has served at Coaldale since July 13, 1007. Until the new priest from the loly Spirit Fathers arrives in Coaldale, Rev. Lewis Cassidy of the parish at Raymond will serve here. Games Set GRANUM (HNS) Little League schedule: May 14: Sox Cardinals. May 19: Yanks Sox. jp2 Million In Construction Slated For Oaubrook Area More District On Page 12 PONY CHUCKWAGON and CHARIOT RACES SUNDAY, MAY 17th P.M. Pincher Creek Fair Grounds PRIZE MONEY CHARIOT RACES STAKE RACE 14.2 ana over POLE BENDING ROMAN CHARIOT RACE OPEN HORSE RACE 14.2 and over CHARIOT STAKE RACE PONY RACES 15 years and under CHUCKWAGON RACES All PONIES MUST BE UNDER 48" TAIL Admission Adults Students 50c Children 35c Home of fine Brazier foodi CRANBROOK (SpeciaD- Excluding any Cranbrook dom- estic building, well over mil- lion in new district construction headquartered from Cranbrook is now started or about to start. Ledingham Construction Ltd., Vancouver, has extended a southeastern British Columbia branch headquarters to Cran- brook with firm member Gor- don Lehto general manager. Firm location is just north of city limits where as a sideline it has also recently opened The Tool Box, centre for rental equipment ranging from garden rakes to bulldozers. Its current contracts scatter the length of East Kootenay. Ironically it is member of the Contractors Labor Relations As- sociation, in present union lock- out situation, since its most im- mediate Cranbrook project is a union office building on Ninth Avenue. Its most recently completed project was the ware- house, office and supplement- ary sewage system for Crest- brook Forest Industries Ltd. at Skookumchuck. Its immediate projects (when contracts are settled) are head- ed by the job of prepar- ing the construction camp site at Fording River for the open pit coal mining development to be in operation in 1972. At Golden it has contracted a 000 highway mile construction to eliminate the two railway crossings just north of the city in a joint agreement between ,jort and, provincial highway de- partment. At Sparwood it has under- taken a waste disposal complex for Kaiser Coal Ltd.. and at Kimberley a golf course underground sprinkling system. Creighton Construction Ltd. of Kinnaird has also established a branch in Cranbrook, with con- tract responsibilities for the new Parkland School. It has started a 24-unit apart- ment complex at on North Second St. east of Vic- toria Ave. at the bottom of Hos- pitol Hill. Firm member Mike Burnham is in charge of Cran- brook activities and its third current major project is a new medical-dental building for the F. W. Green Clinic, also on North Second St. fairly close to 1401 Ave. at Other major Cranbrook pro- jects are the building for the Bank of Monreal at llth Avenue and Baker Street, to a completed furnished value of with a Calgary-Cran- brook contractor combination. Smaller projects by various contractors include an auto ser- vice station and three motel ex- pansions on Cranbrook Street, a new Interior Prefabs Ltd. plant on the Industrial Park, improvements to the three-storey brick former Walk- ley building on Van Home St. to be converted into a paint and decorating business by In- land'Paint Centre, and a Horticultural Show Tabled By EDITH BORGGAUD Ilcralc News Service NOBLEFORD Nobleford United Church Women recent- ly discussed plans for the an- nual horticultural stow. The matter was tabled until he June meeting. Then mem- jers will decide whether or not ,he show will be held. SEWING A committee was named to arrange an evening sewing and Fabrics workshop, to be held in June or perhaps the fall. Church youth work was out- lined by Miss Joanne Pritchard of Lethbridge. She spoke about the Alberta caravans. At the next meeting mem bers will bring Christmas gifts for the group's foster child, Woo Byung Sop of Korea. It will be held in the Barons church manse. Members were asked to turn in their layette articles. Mrs. Beverley Muzaten- ic gave the devotional. Nineteen attended and hostess- es were Mrs. Harold Unvold i Herman H; Dairii Queen the federal department of trans- St. NORTH 516 13th STREET NORTH 000 pizza factory on Kootenay brazier v. I. B. 0. o. 0- ONLY shake sale THURSDAY and FRIDAY ONLY Eat, drink and be merry! May 21: May 25: Sox Cardinals. May 28: Yanks Sox. June 1: Cardinals Yanks. June 4: Sox Cardinals. June 8: Yanks Sox. June 11: Cardinals Yanks. June 15: Sox Cardinals. June 18: Yanks Sox. Monday, June 22, play-off be- tween second and third place teams. Winner will meet the first place team Thursday, June 25, for the league trophy. Join Forces CRANBROOK (Special )-Tho British Columbia Wildlife Fed- eration reports that sportsmen, ranchers and guides are join- ing forces to undertake a land use study in the province's East Kootenay area. Called Op- eration Grassroots, the study will attempt to evolve .recom- mendations for better integrat- ed land use in the southeastern section of the province. and now from Herb's Western Wear Setting the South Country's image with selection and quality western clothing Herb Shector suggests That you attend the FIRST RODEO of the It 1970 Season THE TABER RODEO May 16th-18th Visit our store for the largest selection of: "RUGGED" and "WESTERN" Clothing for all the family WESTERN BOOTS By Tony tama, Texas and Justin WESTERN SHIRTS By Karman and Tem-Tex WESTERN STRAWS By Bailey and Resislol LADIES' WESTERN OUTFITS By Miller FANCY SHIRTS MOCCASINS WESTERN BOOTS CHILDREN'S WESTERN SHIRTS WESTERN BOOTS By Texas Brand WESTERN STRAWS t WESTERN FELT HATS Plus a full line of Accessories to round off your "WESTERN LOOK" Remember LEE and LEVI'S Jeans for everyone. Please bear with us while our store is under Major Renovations We're creating a "NEW LOOK" for your shopping convenience and enjoyment. Remember If it's WESTERN or RUGGED and if it's NEW you'll find it FIRST al 'WESTERN WIflR GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE 308 STREET S. PHONE 328-4726 Jordans Repeat the Most Important Carpet Event Ever Held In Canada! MENU CARPET SALE AT THE LETHBRiDGE ARENA Commences Tomorrow THURSDAY 6 A.M. SAVINGS TO 50% 3 DAYS ONLY! Thursday and Friday to 9 p.m. Saturday to 6 p.m. See Our Ad 4 O Todav's 9 On Page ...Id Herald Only Jordans Con Make These Amozing Deals! ;