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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL Prosperity Is Keynote Of Post-War Blairmore; Individual Savings Up radios to automobiles. DISTRICT DOINGS Herald Day BEETS DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE MACLEOD LEGION NAMES TWO DELEGATES TO QUEBEC MEET (By Staff Reporter) BLAIRMORE. April 12- This Important coal mining centre has completely recovered from the slump into -which it- was dragged! large numbers of during the depression years and is' now as prosperous as it ever was. That view is joyously snared by Mayor Enoch Williams, by tee town's residents and business circles, and quite obviously by busi- ness circles in other parts of Can- ada. Manv go even further aad claim that Blairmore is' now more prosperous than at any time in its j doiiars of potential business hisiorv. these lines of gooes here There's more money in the com- nosr." Bue taking over ismniiv than csn be spent on reaauy Large business concerns must, again Irom John Leial. wno pougn- avalliSlc merchandise and indi- j have somewhat the same opinion. 5 the business from long Bue in De- vidual savings are steadily growing; whv else would this and the other: cember. long Bue had been in tnss as hundreds of citizens strengthen mining comnronities in the j business for over 26 years at t_e their Hopes to purchase crow's Nest Pass be receiving Jhe During toe past several years of t has been fairly gen- i bustling activity and steaoy work. eral tC9 district, with; large numbers of miners have im- oousiderable wheat sown on dry proved and beautifiec their homes. lanri The seeding of beets has also Now they are iiraiiing for refriger- Among those seeding ators, washing machines, radios, j Kubiks. Chrupkas 't cars and such-Uke. ansi others Some fanners are. These articles disappear f rcm I hoStiing off" sowing beets until they dealer's shops as fast as the limited j secured their beet labor, number of each is received and. ac-1 cording to one businessman, "there's hundreds of thousands of MACLEOD. (HNS) Vimy j gates to attend Night- was celebrated Monday night} with alternatives, at the Macleod branch of the Can- spite of cold I adiaiT Legion" when Brigadier Gen- Stone. _ the convention Comrades Rev. E. Larke and "comrade Gordon Barnwcll To Vote on School Merger Plan ------------------------------------------S (Special) pavers ol the Banrivell Consolidated Schno! district will decide by refer- j eudum a; a, vote to be tasen Sat- s urday afternoon whether or not CAFE CHANGES HANDS Spokane Percy -Folkins. secretary. such as chess'and checkers. and James Hartley of the provin- i available for the younger vets u cial command of the Legion was j did not patronize the club as mucn ;Isooa 1--'-i-5-______________ present and took part in the dis- j as they could. CUSSiOaS. j The" president invited them to! The meeting daring the business j make the club their home and use i Blairmore Miner costly items ranging from period set June 6th as the day that! it more often. A sports committee, s. Cafe has again World Two will be celebrated, in this regard was appointed and A I Mfkfkf right week, with the former owner. Long present. Com- included Comrades Jack Hardy, w.; IVlCd 'Bue taking .over _the. managernen, of ?he ariiy and Linaings and R. Toogood. Comrade R. K. R. Holmes of the i Receives Badje MONTR3AL, Aprs! naTV Comrade G. R. Davis was present- j problems were ciisctissea yesterday Rev. Holmes spoke oa informal ed with his past president's badge; as private technical sessions con- meetings returned veterans i by comrade Jarnes Hartley and in tinued at the annual meeting tne j to i wher- their problems would gladly i thanking Eheni for the honor told i Canadian Insuiu-.e of Mining ana) Car Plunges Into River pecojlar accident occurred iiere when z couple driving: through district parked their car on a slope of the hill near the river, while they looked around. To their surprise the car started for the river, plunging into the wat- er. then it- self. The car was hauled out of the wet parkto? spot, -aivh 3ttle damage, but a purse lefs on the seat. contaiEina irsasiey, ration books, etc., was Cokmao Mm CaQed By Death occurred at the local hospital at 6 aJBQ. Thursday of Oswald CasteUaso 45, foBowin? an Ehsess ol seTerai f years. 1 Bom at is the pror- cf Udise, Italy, be eacsa to Canada, and Colesnaa in 1923. He j last worked in September, 1344. SurriTisg are his wife, 1 (daughters arid a soo. a2 of rr-ary FaEeral arraEgemacts arefc-- ioossplete. i any other poiitisal said. is not just another day about 300 ed with, prices S be discussed with a view to helping j them that tJovoi through the years j TfiM ewMif. furliier she: Don't Have Jumpy, Jittery Nerves To- rsore 2aa 22 years McCoy's iatre been -o up ruB-aotrrs. tired, nervous men. mad children caused bj- i !act of vitx- Baas A D essential minerals. To doably sere yon cec fall tenefit of hezlthful A D properties coataiaed in McCoy's Tablets iadi aSso eoatains ihe essential jniaerals lhat help joar body to obtain beneSt Irom rfsese research proved-that belter in the presence minerals trhy you shouSd insist on Mc- Coj.-s the oriciEsl and senoice McCoy s Sold at all drus stores 03. a jnoaey-bldc them. Rev. Holmes told them that tried his best u further the! The division dealt with I tvariroi: vprf- airiinir thpir is in paraiership him andhis former partner. is living ia the padres urere aiding then: inter ests and were to help them, JCEW present big -play" froai cosnasercial travellers? Vsemployment Conservatively counting its lation today at two thousand. Blair-1 more has no unemployment. Keither turn to China said that he un has the town any weighty tax j ove-- 30 rears in this district, never before why war stctKj together. What the UkYlXG SIDEWALKS reason was could hardly be pat into TABER. (BKS> Tae town words and was the spirit of the council having ordered laying of a' comradeship o: Metallurgy. aims of the erans could Legion and that vet- feel assured that he arrears to collect. And it is entirely free of bonded debt. Determined to continue its pro- gress, explains Mayor Williams, who has been the community's chief magistrate since February, 1939, the town is thinking of laying down five miles of hard surfacing this summer as well as continuing Rev. Larke in his brief "address would do all he could for them. understood now ss i Following the initiation of the veterans of thef new 61 members a lunch was brought in by willing hands and a electrieitv in coa! mines in one dis- j g Alberta Horses j At Regina Sale rwo days of the Hegisa sals I were Red Kerr, -WJrsipeg; Aass Wa-jcn, Calgary, and Phil Bodsoff. Montreal, each porchasJng; i from sis to eight earlcads of; horses. REGINA. April 12. Horse j cussjo.i led by E. Martheletir of Sydnev, and P. E. Milietc of buyers from an the way i B'iairrcore Both speakers front Alberta to Nova Scctia were agreed a more extended use of on hand yestsrcJay :'or the final of the annual horse sale, -shea 1 well tea was held ar the 500 horses were 1 Mrs. H. Parsons of Natal Jfi acrwr auctioned off. of Mrs. Hoy alley, who is leaving Natal on Sunday, April 14. to take up residence in easwrs Casaca ia The feir trieids dias gathered enjoyed the had'not been cocspated. J. W. Sewby. auctioneer Lethbridge. brought a carload; farewell gifts. cf sadae horses to the sale. j a safe journey caoc east moiling sales Wetines- happiness in ser new i of hosor. H. presented with litUe C.C.F. Conference Held At Cardston Discuss Large Division, Pincher PINCHEB CREEK. (HNS) The regular meeting of the Pincher Creek public school board was held oa Tuesdav evening in the council chambers with S. Stuckey in the chair, and all members of the board present. Discussion took place on the protxjsal of the Pincher Creek School District No. 121 entering the large school division. No definite proposals could be made at the meeting as the board feel that .there are so manv points which have to be gone into first and more infor- mation will be necessary. A special meeting has been called for "v7ed- Besdav afternoon, when the town board" will meet, with the divisional 1 board for further discussions. i Important business of the even- ing consisted of the drawing up of the 1945 requisition. The board find i that they will have to ask the j council this vear for the sum of i which is higher than i that of last year. This has been I necessitated because of the raise in teachers. salaries. With, no unfor- I seen added expense the board feel that thev will be able to get by on I this amount, although they have i cut their expenses very thin. At a recent meeting of the St. Separate School the requisition for 1946 was set at j which is no change over the 1945 throughout the two towns prior to the specified date of the vaccin- ations to take place, advising the following persons to be vaccinated immediatelv: Adults who never have been vaccinated; adults who have not been success- full" vaccinated within the last five" vears; infants and pre-schools who "have not been successfully vaccinated: school children have been dealt with on another The circulars were signed by the public health nurse of the Natal- Michel Central school. CARDSTOS. A public meeting was held at the I Pioneer home Moraciay evening.; Proceeding the public meeting was a board meeting with W. W. Scott' circulated j of Lethbridge as chairman. At_ this: A 75-year old resident of a Michi- gan municipality applied for the "longesc route" oa the local news- paper in order to give him nis ex- figure. South Alberta Grown Lemon CLARESHOLM. CHNS) A fully ripened lenion which was grown locally is on display in the Soby and Smith window. Tom Surnmerfield, head garden- er of the Provincial Auxiliary hospital, planted a lemon seed seven vears ago aad has care- fully tended the tree in the greenhouse until today he has a plant some seven feet Mgh and four feet across. Blossoms ap- peared on the tree about three months sgo. The ripened fruit is about three quarters the size of an ordinary lemon. meeting it was decided to hold the next board meeting as Coaldale on May 6 and also to hold a convention i in the form of an outdoor picaic a; Park Lake probabiy July 1. I; is ex- peeted that either Elmer M.LA.. or William Irvine. i will be present if. guest speaker. j At the public meeting Dr. S. O. Williams was elected to act as j chairman. Mrs. A. M. Peters of Leihbridge.; C.C.F-. secretary of the arovmcia! J Leihbridge constituency, was the first speaker. She gave a brief re- I port on the C.C.F. convention, she i attended at Edmonton in Novem- j ber. The big discussion there was i how their party could advance this movement. A program, was also' clarified which would be the basis of the C.C.P- policies. She feels the G.CF. organization is in a healthy condition and has an efficient organization in this province. Mr. Howard, secretary for the federal constituency, was also a guest speaker. By facts and figures he showed that the C.C.F. movement was gaining ground throughout Canada. He said there was something wrong with our voting system when minorities can control the seats in parlia- ment. "We cannot and dare nos join HORSE SALE Sponsored by EASTERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT Brooks, Alberta 200 FINE ANIMALS Percheron and Belgian Farm broke and gentle Also a few good Saddle To Be Sold By Auction Tues., April 16 At Stockyards, BROOKS Sale Starts 10 a.m. ARCHIE BOYCE license 21-45-45 PAINT-UP, Time-Is Here! Clean Up! Paint Start Right Now! 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