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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta wwtmj i nc The Herald- District Macleod service to begin homecoming An interfaith service of thanksgiving will officially begin the Fort Alberta Centennial Homecoming Week. A colorful pageant depicting the history of the early day people will also be presented. The combined bands of the Calgary and Lethbridge Salvation Army Corps will provide and the Fort Macleod Centennial a 70-voice all-girls will lead in the singing. Leaders of the major local denominations will be present as guests. Each will speak in his own church during the morning. June 30 at 2 p.m. in the arena on 21st Street the 90- minute service will pay homage to the the -early the settlers and native people. The participants will be lay people from 10 denominations of the community. Former Macleod resident Mr. Justice Allan Cullen of Calgary will be speaker. Excerpts from the first sermon given at the fort in 1875 by the first ordained Rev. John will be read. yards of gravel says councillor FOREMOST Coun. William Kenneth Babe has reported to the County of Forty-Mile council that yrards of gravel was stolen recently from a county gravel pit north of Bow Island. He said the gravel stolen would do eight miles of road. didn't load it with a commented Coun. Ed. Torsher. The county municipal works committee has undertaken a gravel survey to discover new pits throughout the county. Coun. chairman of the District calendar The Coaldale Community Hospital Auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m. June in the hospital board room The Fort Macleod Centennial Golf Tournament will be held June 29 and 30 Alberta Supreme Court judge Mr. Justice Allan Cullen will speak at an ecumenical church service at 2 p.m. June 30 in the Fort Macleod Arena The Fort Macleod Royal Canadian Legion will hold its annual picnic at 2 p.m. July 1 at the fish and game park. ANGLO COMPONENT STEREO At 419 Sth Street South also reported some difficulty in obtaining a bulldozer operator at the Bow Island nuisance grounds because dumped animal carcasses are causing a stench. The mayor of Bow Island will be conferred with. The committee discussed hiring a mechanic's helper. It was hinted the Burdett Highway will be surfaced. Former's Day June 14 at 3 locations FOREMOST Farmers Day for schools in the northern half of the County of Forty-Mile will be observed on June 14 this to fit in with previous commitments. The decision taken at the recent meeting of the School Committee affects Bow Burdett and Conquerville Schools. The remaining schools in the county will observe June 7 as Farmers as previously announced The school committee further approved the use of classroom and transportation facilities for students under the Early Childhood Services programs at Manyberries and Etzikom schools Approval was given previously to similar programs at Foremost and Bow Island. Resignations with regret were received from Rita Levesque and Laron Rice of Manyberries and from Y. Kabayama as principal of the Foremost School. TONIGHT THE Auction Block 2508 2nd Ave. North Lethbridge Presents a PARTIAL HOME DISPERSAL and WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE Commencing p.m. License 077855 John Auctioneer. Lie. No. 067449 BILLGROENENphOtt wind and birds Following weeks of wet field farmers in Southern Alberta are working long hours trying to make up for lost time in their seeding operations. This farmer southeast of Lethbridge is planting his crop and fertilizing at the same time. The endless back and forth trip across the field could be lonely except for the company offered by gulls looking for an easy meal of mice and worms routed from the earth by the seed drill. The South In short Bus depot to be switched PINCHER CREEK Jim owner of the Parkway will take over the Greyhound Lines bus depot here as soon as his building is ready to provide this service His action averts possible loss of bus service here. The King Edward Hotel has offered the depot service for many years but recently gave notice that it could no longer continue as a depot. Premier to Granum June 19 GRANUM Premier Peter Lougheed will speak at the provincial nominating meeting of the Macleod constituency at 8 p m. June in the Granum Community Hall. It will be the first rural Progressive Conservative nominating convention south of Calgary since the last election. Those seeking the nomination may contact constituency association president Don Green of Claresholm. Coalhurst meeting Thursday COALHURST A general meeting of parents interested in the Coalhurst Kindergarten will be held at p.m. Tuesday in the Coalhurst Royal Canadian Legion. Coalhurst Elementary School principal Kenneth C. Russell and Grade 1 teachers Janet Groeneweg and Pauline Critchfield will discuss the school system with parents of preschoolers and Grade 1 beginners. for wheelchair COALDALE The Grade 4B class at John Davidson School recently gave to the Canadian Red Cross Society for a wheel chair. The money was raised by a bottle drive. Betty Graham accepted the gift on behalf of the society Ida Wiens is the class teacher. MASONIC FUNERAL LORNE MCDONALD Masons are requested to meet hie Masonic Hall at A REGULAR GUY Delivering newspapers isn't the toughest part of a carrier's job. collecting for those papers and paying his bill on time simply because he has no control over his customer's response when he comes to collect. He wants to keep his collections on a regular but if you make him call back two or three his schedule is and he can't do his job right. You can help him be a regular guy by having the money ready when he comes to collect the very first time. after shouldn't we be setting an example for these young people when it comes to paying bills on The Lethbridge Herald ENROLL NOW for lessons to start in September We will BWftpV offer you an YOU MAY ENROLL FOR AN ACCORDION a GUITAR or a DRUM COURSE. DO IT NOW... The regular value for the 8 week package is BUT AS AN EARLY BIRD SPECIAL NOW ONLY CALL PRUEGGER'S MUSIC LTD. 530-5th Street South Phone 329-3151 ;