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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Pass words Concerts May 30 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - The Crowsnest Pass Band, directed by Frank Edl, will present a concert in the Horace Allen School at Coleman Sunday, May 30, at 8 p.m. and at the Isabelle Sellon School, Blairmore, Sunday, June 6, at 8 p.m. The band recently received Family living session set for Thursday DEL BONITA - The family living session at the Del Bonita School Thursday, May 20, third in a series of six, will have as its theme "parents and school aged children." The film Jamie, The Story of a Sibling, will be screened. It focuses attention on the need to develop initiative. The May 27 session will cover parents and teenagers. Pantry shower ETZIKOM (HNS) - An interesting pantry shower was held in the Etzikom Community Hall recently for Miss1 Judith Patricia Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson of Skiff. Mrs. Wendlin (Kay) Stroms-moe, Miss Elaine Nelson, Mrs. Gordon (Debbie) Taylor, Mrs. Eddy (Jamet) Ehnes and Miss Valerie Brower took part. Miss Nelson will be married to Robert Hollingsworth. MEET TOMORROW PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Old Age Pensioners and Senior Citizens in Pincher Creek will meet Wednesday, May 19, in the Anglican Hall at 8 p.m. high acclaim at the South Alberta Band Festival at Milk River when the adjudicator awarded the band a "superior" rating in Band C class competition. Gay Nineties COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) -The Gay Nineties night sponsored by the Coleman Elks recently in the Elks Hall was a successful event and enjoyed by the more than 200 people. Prizes were won by Ted Michalski, dressed as Klondike Miner; Don Filafilo, a gambler; Mrs. Laura Trotz, old-fashoned riding outfit. Opens May 24 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Owners of the Lost Lemon Tent and Trailer Park in West Blairmore have been busy cleaning the camp grounds in preparation for the coming season which opens May 24. Give blood today BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - A blood donors' clinic will be held today from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Blairmore Elks' Hall. About 140 donors are expected; more are needed. Mrs. C. Fabro of Blairmore is the convener. Her telephone number is 562-2332. Blood clinics KIMBERLEY (Special) -Mrs. Eric Bisgrove and Mrs. H. Aitchison will convene blood donors' clinics here May 19 and 20 at the A. A. Watkins School with 400 donors expected. May 19 it will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6:30 to 9 p.m. May 20 it will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. and from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Telephone either 427-2542 or 427-3503 for further information. Anne Thacker shows slides on games ETZIKOM (HNS) - The rec-reational association held its meeting in the school recently with speaker Mrs Anne Thacker of Burdett who showed slides on the southern Alberta Games. It is hoped young people will be interested in taking part in the near future. Mrs. Thacker explained the events and procedures. Last year the southern games were held at Pincher Creek for the first time and one of our local lads, Nile Stromsmoe, entered in the "hop-skip-and-jump" event, received a bronze medal. Such achievements could be realized by many young people in this area. Plans for this year's events are now in progress. The next recreational meeting is scheduled for June 3 and it is hoped many interested parents will turn out. Tueiday, May 18, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 3 Tax rate held Catholic church cleaning set ETZIKOM (HNS) - The Faith Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Women's League met at the home of Mrs. Tony (Barbara) Kanig with 12 members and one guest present. Plans were made for a general church cleaning to begin at 9 a.m. June 2. It was decided to serve lunch for the wedding dance of Carol Harty and Charly Dome May 28 in the Hoping Community Hall. It was further decided that in lieu of a bake sale $5 be donated. A report was presented by Mrs. Henry (Margaret) Scher-er on the annual CWL convention held at Calgary recently. Mrs. Scherer was also elected recording secretary for the Calgary diocesan CWL council. The hostess gift was won by Mrs. Frank (Mary) Harty of Lethbridge. t The next 'meeting will take place June 1 at the home of Mrs. Margaret Scherer. CRANBROOK (Special) -City 1971 tax rate has been held to the exact 74.61 mills which applied in 1970, though its structure on all four fronts has been altered. Rate is composed of (1970 figures bracketed): general purposes 30.88 ( 28.11) mills; debt 7.56 (5.56) mills; hospital 2.12 (3.12) mills and schools 34.05 (37.82) mills. It is designed to cover operating budget of $3,464,251 for these four purposes. The 1970 budget included revenue item of borrowing $170,000 from accumulated surplus, with the audited financial statement not yet printed and released, but reporting actual use of $24,000 of tliis amount and the remainder restored to surplus. The five - year capital budget has1 been approved at $4,961,781. New pastor PINCHER CREEK (Special) - Rev. Richard Schmldtke is expected to assume duties at the Trinity Lutheran Church here early in August. Mr. Schmidtke is a native of Portland, Ore. At the present time he is completing his formal studies and will be finished at the end of May. The congregation of Trinity Luthern Church .has been without a pastor since Rev. Karl Keller left to assume new duties in Edmonton last fall. Joyce McLeod is coach of Pincher swim club PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Pincher Creek Swim Club held a meeting recently to prepare for activities. The pool is expected to open June 1. Miss Joyce McLeod, pool supervisor, will be the coach. The club will hold a Swim-a-Thon early in June. The meeting expressed the desire for a 15 and 16-year-old class as this group is competing against adults. Other clubs will be approached about this. Named to the various committees were: Grace Stuckey and Marlene Andrew, phoning; Mary Robb, swim suits; Bette Wilson, Canadian Amateur Swiv Association; Hugh Waddle, buses; Joyce McLeod, Margaret Lunn, Bill McLeod and Archie Wilson, finance. Anyone wishing to join can get information from bulletins at the pool. Everyone is welcome. 40-bed home CARDSTON (HNS) - It Is expected tenders will be called this month to build a 40 - bed nursing home here. The architects are Gordon and Mangold of Edmonton. The estimated cost of the building is $390,000. It will be located on Highway 2, directly south of a new LDS Church now under construction. WINS GOLD MEDAL - William Andrew Caldcr el Aden won the Western College of Veterinary Medicine Faculty Gold Medal for attaining the status of top graduate in veterinary medicine. He was one of 14 students selected as most distinguished graduates at the 60th an-ual spring convocation of the University ot Saskatchewan recently. OLDTIMERS ENJOY FILMS - Fort Macleod Trinity United Church shows films for old-timers ot Blunts Nursing Heme and Pioneer lodge. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Dersch and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Barr began showing color m Orion pictures at the two homes in January. They obatin the movies from the Lethbridge Public Library. Oldtimers are looking forward to this fall's "Wednesday night at the movies" program. Blossom festival CRESTON, B.C. - The 30th annual Creston Valley Blossom Festival will be held May 21 to 24. Queen candidates are Allison Libby, Susan Penson, Coleen Sewell, Wendy Allin, Yvonne Vigne, and Sharron Potyck. Festivities will include midway, queen pageant, rodeo, bocce ball and golf tournaments, art show, giant parade, chicken barbecue, bingo, pancake breakfast, as well as a number of square and teen dances and an adult cabaret. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS -:- CIRCULATION -.- JOB PRINTING Vernon Oeceux, Resident Rep., Blairmore _ Phone 562-2149 LOT OF KRAUT Americans will consume VA billion servings of sauerkraut during 1971. BIG BOOST FOR RECREATION - MLA Leighton Buckwell, right, presents $29,920 to Mrs. Elsie Milne, president of the Fort Macleod recreation board. The provincial grant comes around once every five years. Recreation director Leo Bourassa says it will be spent on the tennis courts, new baseball diamonds, development of town parks and for remodelling the swim pool. Mayor Ken Hurlburt, left, beams approval. -Swihart Photo. KE ATTENTION RESIDENTS of B.C. REVELSTOKE'S FLOOR COVERING SPECIALISTS WILL BE IN SPARWOOD, B.C. From 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday, May 19th, 1971 At The TIP-IN MOTEL Bring your room measurement! - for On-The-Spot Estimates All color samples of carpet will be on hand for your lelection, FOR APPOINTMENTS OR ESTIMATES PHONE 425-6922 Square dancers plan to rest FORT MACLEOD (Special) - The Fort Macloed Square Dance Cub recently recessed for the summer. The last dance featured a smorgasbord. A presentation of appreciation from the local club was made to Mr. and Mrs. Vic Dash by Mrs. Eveline Edgar, local secretary-treasurer. Jack Edgar is the club president. The Friendly Staff at MARTENS F00DLINER COALDALE Invites You to Economize on Quality Holiday Foods: RISE N SHINE ORANGE CRYSTALS 5 o 69c ON WEDNESDAY GARY KIRK May 24th Holiday Weekend Is Great Fun - So Stay Alive! BLOW-OUTS and Mechanical Failure can cause death - Have your car serviced and checked for safety by the Experts at Kirk's to be Safe and Sure! I Bet You Didn't Know That. . . I : ONLY SILL TIRES FOR A LIVING... WE HAVE TO DO A BITTER JOB! We specialize in Tires, 90% of the Tires we sell are purchased from the Factory so that we are able to be more than competitive through this tremendous volume buying power. It's just good sense for you to get all your tires from Kirk's (Southern Alberta's Largest Tire Dealer) because the people at Kirk's Know Tires Best and because You Also Get (which is most important) The BEST Tire Buysl � " v �� = � y,  'Mr-it -s-i -?i?-~?-J-'x LAST (ALL! 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