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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, May 23, 1973 Coleman eyes paving grant COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Colemaii council will look into information disclosed recently by Highways Minister Clar- ence Copithorne advising that grants of plus per cnita for paving purposes are available. Coleman will apply in 1974. Coleman's application for a federal Opportunities for Youth grant has been rejected. Ron Nordquist of CFCN-TV wll be contacted by council in an attempt to learn what pro-1 gress has been made with re- gard to the installation of a television satellite for the Crowsnest Pass area as Cal- gary reception in most places here is termed poor. Everall Contractors, a firm that did a paving job in Cole- man recently, will be contact- ed with regard to a number of drainage problems that have arisen. Work at the town dam is pro- gressing and development of Honored royal lady Lois Davy and her associates installed PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Picture Butte Order of the Royal Purple 76 held its instal- lation recently with officers be- ing installed by district deputy honored royal lady Pat Deimuth Of Barons, assisted by past hon- ored royal lady Alvina Housen- ga, honored royal lady Edna Davis of Barons. Officers were installed by the drill team. Officers for thfe coming year: honored royal lady, Lois Davy; past" honored royal lady, Mar- jorie Watson; associate royal lady, Margaret Larter; royal lady, Barbara Ronney; lectur- ing lady, Lonny Davy; secre- tary, Helen Vincent; treasurer, Nona Housenga; historian. El- aine Sorgard; chaplain, Mar- garet Deimuth; conductress, Shirley Medve; three-year trustee, Hazel Fletcher; inner- guard, Martha Silsbe; outer- guard, Lois Erickson, and pian- ist, Wilda Murray. Life membership pins, scrolls and corsages were presented to Lady Agnes Kane and past honored royal lady Asta Hague. Fifteen-year-pins were pre- sented to past honored royal lady Lucille Nolan and to lady Helen Holthe. Past honored royal lady Mar- jorie Watson extended a sincere vote of thanks to the women of the Picture Butte OORP for its support during the past year. Pineview subdivision is also go- ing ahead. The sswer lines have been laid in this area and main art- ery of the system will be com- pleted by the end of May. Four lots in the area have al- ready have been sold for res- idences. U.K. mining reviewed by Lewis NATAL (HNS) The Crows Nest Chapter of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metal- lurgy was addressed recently by Dick Lewis, provincial mines inspector. He spoke on coal mining in the United Kingdom and Can- ada. Mr. Lewis spent many years as a mining official in the United Kingdom prior to com- ing to this country. He showed the gathering a B.C. Mining Association film entitled The Vital Grant, theme of which was open pit mining in B.C. It was the monthly meeting of the chapter held at the Snow Valley Ski Chalet at Fernie. Hoping Women's Institute prepares for Ervin parley ETZIKOM (HNS) -The Hoping Women's Institute held its recent meeting at the home of Mrs. George Fauth with 100 per cent attendance. Roll call involved a display of handicrafts to be taken to the conference at Ervin May 28. These will be judged by the Medicine Hat district home economist Mrs. Yvonne Ken- nedy and her assistant. In charge of the handicraft work is Mrs. Josephine Fauth and Mrs. Ralph (Doreen) Lee. Last year's perfect atten- dance spoons were presented to the members. It was de- cided to sponsor a shower in the Hoping Community Centre June 11 at in honor of Beverley Ann Herter of Golden Prairie, Sask. Delegates to attend the pro- vincial convention at the Banff School of Fine Arts are Mrs. Isabelle Laqua and Mrs. Han- na Griffiths. The hostess gift was present- ed to Mrs. John (Toni) Mas- sakker. The next meeting is slated for June 28 at the home of Mrs. Harold (Lauranne' Wes- ley. New retail store for Taber TABER (HNS) Revelstoke Companies Ltd. has the construction of a new reta. store at 55th St. on 48th Ave on the corner property immed ately north of the present builc ing supplies business. The modern structure wil measure 96 feet by 74 feet. I will be set back from 48th Ave to allow off-street parking at th south front of the store. Local manager Wayne Ho! stine took out a building permi recently in the amount o Completion is expected b Sept. 30. The company will be its own general contractor. Open daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. We ,he right COLLEGE SHOPPING MALI Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. to limit quantities 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE jwolco DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISIOM OP THE i r.w. wooutoffTH co. imrrccJ Long-range plans will see the present lumber yard moved to the transit-mix site on 54th Ave. in the industrial park after the new building is in use. Dis- position of the present lumber storage premises has not been announced. Junior baseball draws 7 teams PINCHER CREEK (Special) Junior baseball has returned to southern Alberta. Pincher Creek is playing in a seven-team league. Players and team organizers are still welcome to attend prac- tices to help out with the team. Practices are held Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Memorial Community Centre ball park at 7 p.m. i j Interested persons may con- tact Hugh Waddle at 627-4322, or 627-3447, Registration deadline is June 15 so those wishing to play must attend upcoming prac- tices. Sweet tooth Mrs. Anne Yaholnitsky serves a big helping of cot- ton candy to Cindy Jensen at the Taber rodeo. These candied apples look good too. WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE- 'THE FRANKLY BROTHERS" FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY PHARMACY A NICE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY CLAIROL HAIR PRODUCTS Herbal Essence shampoo or creme rinse. With protein. 8 oz. OQ Your Choice RIVIERA SUNGLASSES Wide selection. Wire and plastic frames. Regu- lar, or polarized. Available only in cosmetic department. CO CC Your Choice, pair to SCHICK STYLING DRYER Adj. temp, setting. Styling brush and comb and directional drying attachments. Men's or ladies' models. Available only in cosmetic