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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL Taber Board Of Trade Seeking New Location For Stockyards DISTRICT I DOINGS (Special to The Herald) The matter of re-locating the Taber stockyards was taken up with S. R. Lamb, of Lethbridge, Day to Day DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE divisional Canadian superintendent of the president of the Board of and members of the industrial com- FARMERS B0Sr OK LAND rpnrc-1 TROV SPRINGS. a'e ore daughter speaker. He gave an informative atLa SSS? a S a "iLS'adcress used for improving the ball grounds.. hall recently. J of four nomiaauqns were accepted througaouJ. Dr.'c. Cook o: Micnel Already members have- done some' Miss Jfancv Lemachuk of Xatal j while for deputy mayor _ i _iiuc i, work, installing sand boxes and acted as chairman anti told the NATAL. BC. (HNS) Natal- dehntjaency. Michel is following other centres; Following an address by Miss taroughcut the provmce of British j Dorothy Jennings of Natal, who ex- Teen-Town sa B C. was first organized, newly organized at a well afendea" nominations for 'he vanoas offices NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The Past Aid reursek under the direc- tion of tne St. John Red Cross Ambulance Association is rapidly conung to a close in the Masai-. Micnel Tietmtv as one more lecture wdl be heard before the first 3id for tflS ;t aid certificates, the voucher, take place on who died IE Letaandge on Sunday, AprS 7, a year's illness, were nels from the Cfcampsoa Communi-.yhaJ at 2 pja. f I n Snda er. Peter Teterans from Cardston i and dzstnct as -spell as gnesss frosi Macleod Lethhndge. Mayor J. S, Low acted as of ceremonies and introduced the D. E. rraser, secretary of tfce provinaal eosexnaisd took charge at the evesmg session until tite for dates will run swings at, one" end of the grounds i large gathering of the work which j men which wsll for the jounger children. Other un- i had been done bv other organized girls, a total of are contemplated as Teen-Towns, and also explained the j chosen which will means are available. GRANT McKAY, CICTK, Fhone 2043, Lethbridge FRANK KOENEN, Auctioneer, License No. 34-46-47, Phone 412, Iron Springs KOOTEKAY RIVER FLOW CRANBROOK. Domi- nion water and newer bureau measurements of nver flow at the Kootenav nver measuring station at Waroiner ehow it to have at- tained normal volume last, month for the first time in 26 months. The average discharge through the month was second-feet, com- pared to the 32-year average of second-feet. INQUIRE IXTO DEATH CRANBROOK. (HNS) coroner's inquiry is under way into the death of Thomas Cox. about 60 vears, a resident, of the district for many and for the past sev- eral months a resident of Cran- brook. His bodj was found m a shallow creek JUSE west of Cran- brook and death was due to drown- ing He had been ill and hcsp.i- ahzed for a short; time until Sun- day when he was discharged from St. Eugene hospital as recovered. He lii ed in a hotel room in. Gran- brook. idea of the quiz sheets which were The council will be composed of a passed out to all those in attend- j mayor, depusy mayor and twelve ance. Constable J. Jackson, of the. aldermen, consisting of six and Natal police detachment explained six boys. Voters Usts are as present1 wavs in which the organization' being drawn up. and oa April could teach teen-agers the different i after a two weeks campa'gn. the i wavs of civil government and a- the election for the various offices wsil same time help to prevent juvenile take place. eligible to si; for their senior first Snodgrass Funeral Home was inj charge of funeral arrangements. sented the cluo -nth a new charter, thus officially Cardston a branch of the Caziataan Legion. g s T. Mr Brooks, president of ihe Macleod Legion also speke briefly. This was an enthusiastic gather- Ing and future of tlzs Carcswa branch. !s bright. MACLEOD CREDIT impressions and descnotions of Italy of over 100 years ago much as his were dunng the campaign in World War Two. DeLcious sandwiches and coffee served bv Mrs. Howerton, Mrs Nichols and Mrs Dawson. Next meeting is May 13th. REPAT AT MAGRATH ENTERS CAFE BUSINESS ROSE CEREMONY HELD STIRLING MAGHATH (HNS) Jus: re- cenfH- cTjened in Magrath in the building "fonnerlv occupied by the Kings Cafe, ana. m business under the name of Park Cafe, is a res- taurant under the propnerorship of S. C. Sorrenson and his son Merlin, just recently discharged form the R-CJLF. The building. Bavins; a 24- T _-_-.__ -iiic uuijuiug. UNION ACTIVE foot frontage and being 40 feet long, _________ j has been nicely decorated and com- pletelv renovated. The ligrtuig is bf the Ictest.with three large flour- escent fixtures illuminating the main pa" of the building. The en- tare building is heated by hot air MACLEOD. A spe- cial general meeting of the Macieod Savings and Credit Union Ltd. is slated to be held in the temple at 8 pjn. Monaay. April 15. wnen nominations and election of a delegate to the Credit Union League of Aloerta convention being from a new heating system, in the rear of the structure. The building is owned by J A. Rine of Magrath. _. ___ in Eomonton April 26 and 271 Merhn Sorrenson. while in tne will take rface The meetine wiU alr force Germany, also nominate a member to the board of oirectors of the credit League of Alberta. Officers and committees for 1946 are as follows President, H. E. Hunt; vice-president. W. O. Long: secretary, Bl E. LePard. and trea- surer, J. P. Griffin; cretut commit- tee, Chas Bowes, G B. Owen, E. Jasmaa, S. Holmgaard. Chas. Jor- dan. suDerrisory committee, j Paulkes, R. Moses and Geo. W Heather; assistant William Dans. treasurer, HOME AND SCHOOL MEETING IS HELD Champion Home and School Association held its regular meeting Monaay eve- permission to visit Den- mark to see his father's relatives He also was active in. boxing circles religious and intellectual social and patriotic work. Mrs J. d' Treney of Natal was elected presi- i dent; Mrs. J. Gergel. vice-presi-j Mrs. K. Bakkan. secretary, while Mrs. A- Krall. Jr.. took the responsibilities over as treasurer. Meetings will be held the first Thursday of each month. STISLIXG. (HNSI Juruor y evening at the home bf Qua. mesi Neison. A was carried out a h Mrs URGES CLUBMEN TO UNDERSTAND RUSSIA rose presented by the mutual president, Oler, who gave tne j response, and in turn presented each girl with the rose folder, do- nated for the occasion by tne gen- eral board of the MXA. from Salt Lake City. Stake president. Mrs. Fannye Walker, tnen gave each girl the junior class pin. after which (HNS) one enjojed the banquet preoared Alexander Calnoon, former Calgary i by the gsrls. Mrs Amy Alien of the librarian, "was the guest speaker at j stake board was also m attendance the Claresholm men's club at its I Pictures of the group were taken regular meeting on Mondav even- j by Parrel! Oler. ing. He took as his subject "The and introduced it by snow- ing a fiiia called "Peace which depicted the proposed U-NO., activities. Gordon Neale introduced] the speaker aad pointed out his qualifications to speak on sucn a' subject. Mr. Calhoun was optimis- tic about tne future of the organi- zation although he regretted the! fact that it had so many diificult problems nresented to it in the first i montns of its existence. He made a I plea for an attempt to understand i Russia. Following the address a very brisk period of questions and! discussion took place V. Wellmani in. the service and boxed in Paras i the thanks of the club to, and Brussels. Out of 32 fistic en- tae_ speaker. gagements he won 29, coming up against such, fighters as Alex Sala- zar. Golden Gloves champion, to whom he lost by a decision. One of his toughest engagements was with the English Midlands' light- weignt champ, whom he finished witn a Icnockout. Merlin was in Ber- lin on V-S Day bj the simple pedient of a captured German motorcycle. Goes To Jail On Liquor Count ._- Henderson, presiding Discussion again arose re-obtaining the ser- vices of a clinic or public health nurse to and mnoculate the school children. Miss Penrson will contact Dr. Somemlle to get further information on the matter. Mrs. Henderson will be the dele- gate reoresentmg this association at the Home and School convention to be held in Olds, April 16-18. the expenses of same to be defrayed by a levy of 25 cents per member, to be paid to Mrs Dawson or the treasurer. Mrs. Johnson. An enjoyable program followed the business meeting. Under the direction of teacher, Msss G. Farmer, pupils of Grade I andd H> presented a "Little Theatre" night. Three little plays. "The House That Jack "The Boj and the Goat" and 'Mistress were portrayed. All characters TV ere lit- tle puppets cleverlj made, and manipulated by the children who also did the dialogue from behind the scenes. A great deal of credit is due Miss Fanner for her clever idea and direction, and the chil- dren are to be congratulated on their work. Three musical num- bers by the High School orchestra. Andrew Farmer. Earl Dawson and ning. April 8, with about 30 in at- tendance, the president. Mrs. J. D. to Winder-i mere for hearing He pleaded gaiitv and was sentenced to six months! vas m imprisonment without ootion of a i fine. Appearing witn him in Wmd- ermere police court was Wing Lee. Chinese, charged with the same The stampede which Is to be held i at the end of June was fully dis-; cussed. A publicity committee con- sistmg of Gordon Neale and R. J. Doyle was appointed. C. G. Bowie was made head of the gsie com- mittee and a parade committee consisting of B. S. Seymour. Dr. J. P.- Carroll and W. J. Crocker was appointed. R. A. Mouser expressed the re- gret of the meeting of the removal trora town of F. W. Ritchie, a past president. He moved that Mr J i Ritchie be made a life member of j the clue. W. J. Crooker was ao- __[ pointed to the chairmanship of the j swimming pool committee to replace Mr. Ritchie The meeting also de- i to affiliate with the provm- Authorized [HARRISON, McCORD COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Original Equipment RADIATORS AND CORES Radiators Ltd. LU Eighth St. Near C.P.R. Station S. Phone 4121. "Desire to Ability." FOR THE COMING WEEK AT TILL WED. APRIL 15-17 "YOLANDA and THE THIEF" With FRED ASTAIRE rCCILLE AND TUESBAT APRIL 15-16 "A LETTER FOR EVIE" AlSO "I tOTE A AND THURS. APRIL IT-IS "OUR VINES HAVE TENDER GRAPES" AUo -THE LOST TILL SAT. APRIL 18-20 "THE STORK CLUB" Wuh BETTY HUTTOX DOX AXD SATURDAY APRIL 19-20 "GOLD MINE IN THE SKY" Also "DANNY CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY, 13th AT 10 O'CLOCK. FOR YOCR TSE BOOKS OF THEATRE of Coliett. the ciub president to an Incuan. guilty and was He also pleaded i fined S100 ana j FNT> tflLJ 36 YEARS OF SERVICE W San are Charles Bamhardt of ana Willie Stephens. In- SEVEN PERSONS. (HNS) The W_M.S. and Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. J, Meyer on Thursdaj afternoon for its final i DEATH DANDELIONS and WEEDS under the influence of liquor. They were arrested m separate erratic driving incidents Saturday nignt In addition to the jail sentences without ontion of a fine, an order was jssuea that their dnvinsr be Catholic League Formed At Natal NATAL. B C. (HNS) At a ty for, the past 36 years 1 It was with a feeling of deep re- gret that the few remaiifing mem- bers decided to discontinue as an i organization and settled tae affairs of the sociecj. The amount of S10 will oe sent to the cancer fund. to the Crippled Children s Hospital, and SIO to the Salvation Army, tae remainder to the W.M.S. Presby- terial in Medicine Hat with, which the local was affiliated. i There is still one charter memoer! in the district, who has been a Xo irore back work dandelions' No Now a FREE from da nd bounds too food to Srar? But it IS Thinks so DANDELION and WEED KILLER This preparation m highly ro-rn 1 ounce do-3 sq fi- G-t FAIHMEW WEED KILLER from Br_; xnd and by S anovher of products one of fa'T.iy ch n- Fs-mer DDT Gwd-n Fajrvft DDT Barn r- DDT Fai-rww DDT Ijxt- stock. tnrav Flv Cop DDT. 2nd far-oxj d-an-r. Uornwrly Chor- fsrr 27 well attended gathering m the faithful worker throughout The late kindergarten recently a Junior j Mrs. C. Tonberg. uas also a charter Catholic Women's League was I memoer until the time of her formed in Natal-Mlchei. making it t oeath over a year ago FAIRVIEW CHEMICAL COMPANY LTD. REGINA SASK. ft BEAUTIFUL BERTHA LAKE i !J- account of his experiences and im- pressions of Sicily and Italy gained while serving with the Canadian i Army. His talk was instructive as well as enjoyable, giving the audi- j enca facts of the countries and i their people as he saw them. In 1 concluding Mr. Verslys said that i while in hospital in Englard he haa I read Mark Twain's "The Innocents j Abroad" and found the author's 1 functioning are the senior groups the Mount Carmel Society and the Catholic Women's League. Due to the efforts of Father E. Brophy of Michel, who saw the need of such an organization, st was possible to organize this junior CWU The object of the Junior Catholic Women's League is to unite the young Catholic women !n a bond bf fellowship, for the promotion of BEST QUALITYY GABARDINE Seat Covers Front. Reg. Now Rear. Reg. Now WHILE THEY LAST Universal Felt Back Floor Mats Mechanics Sales Ltd. REPAIRS ALL OF PHONE 2622 Waterton Lakes Hotel and Chalets NOW OPEN Phone Albert Roper, manager, for Phone 12, Waterton Lakes SOMETHING EVERY FARMER KEEPS HIS EYE GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LTD. VALUES WSP4PF-R! ;