Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
THI IFTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, April 25, 19. 3- YOUR CHOICE ONLY 111 i A Great Selection of IP's at a price you can't resist Take a look at the great albums we've got for you! The price is right so truck on down to Woolco for savings. DAVID BOWIE "Man Who Sold The World" WAYNE NEWTON "Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast" ELVIS PRESLEY "live at Madison Square Garden" THREE DOG NIGHT "Seven Separate Fools" CHARLEY PRIDE "I'm Just Me" NILSSON "Son ef Sehmilson" ELVIS PRESLEY "Separate Ways" CHARLEY PRIDE "Songs of love" Turn on to Savings with these low priced Albums It's your choice we've got single and double albums all for the same low price. Where else can you find a bargin like this. ROD STEWART "Never A Dull Moment" OSMONDS "live" (2 IP Set) DONNY OSMOND "Too Young" DEREK and the DOMINOES "Layla" (2 IP Set) J4MES LAST "Super on Stop Dancing" (2 LP Set) ROBERTO DELGADO "S'.i-s Hawaii" SLADE "Siade Alive" ISAAC HAYES "Shaft" (2 IP Set) Super Value on these Top Quality Stereo Albums Pay a a lot! There's lots of really great albums for you to enjoy end our low prices make it twice as good. PARTRIDGE FAMILY "Partridge Family Album" PARTRIDGE FAMILY "Shopping Bog" APOLLO 100 "Joy" MEIANIE "Gather Me" STAMPEDERS "Rubes, Dudes and Rowdies" DONNA FARGO "Happiest Girl In The U.S.A." SHA NA NA "Rock and Roll b To SJay" DCODATA "Prelvde" SPECTACULAR CLEARANCE NOW ULtAKANUt TRACK TAPES? 99 819' Big Selection of Popular, Western, Rock and Show Bond Favourites. Yoor Choice ony one for low price. Open Doily 9 om to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 o.m to 9 p m. We reserve the right to limit quantities each COUEGE SHOPPING MALI 7025 Mayor Magrath Drive Scooting By CA. Weekes Editor's note: Scouting col- umnist C. A. (Rocky) Weekes of Cowley is touring Europe. The huge Boeing "707 holds more than 250 passengers. To the uninitiated the feeling is that of being in a long rail- way coach except that you stay seated for hours. Our route was a great curve that crossed the Arctic and continued across the east side of Greenland and swung southerly to land at Schiphol just out of Amsterdam. This is a huge airport so we had to board a bus into the ad- ministration building where we showed our passports and got our luggage. There was some excitement as trucks moved around the tarmac to provide security for a flight arriving from Tel Aviv. My wife's brother awaited us with a car. A half hour after us came the flight from Edmonton bringing my sister- in-law and her daughter. We all were whisked off, first go- ing into a long tunnel be- neath the airport. We were on a wonderful motor highway that led through a wonderful forest area. Two weeks past a hurricane wind wreaked hav- oc through this area. Millions of trees were downed and the cleaning up of the debris has just begun. Our route took us through many villages and towns with names well known to Cana- dians who served in Holland m e r s foort, Wageningen and many others. When we arrived at our destination a wonderfully warm greeting awaited. Weariness and re- action to the change in alti- tude took me to bed early. However, the next day saw us up and around shopping and sight-seeing. It is wonderful to visit places where one has sojourn- ed long years past. Here in Holland the weather is much like the weather in our Alber- ta foothills sprinkles of rain and snow with sunny in- tervals. The gardens show many blooming flowers daffodils, a few tulips, pan- sies and others. The trees are in heavy bud and 'fill soon clothe in green the magnifi- cent trees that abound on the hills or line the roads and streets. This is a village called Steeg just outside historic Arnhem. There is a lovely big f a r 1 Q with a moat like stream around it, large green lawns and beautiful trees. Close around are the homes that probably once housed the retainers as in feudal times. These are invariably brick with high gables and windows bordered by painted shutters. Seme homes are converted stables and out buildings. More modern dwellings have, picture windows and painted brick. All have flowers out- doors and blooming plants in the windows. The streets are narrow and the abundance of small cars move faster than in Canada. Level crossings have gates, excellent lights and alarms. The electric trains flash by at a terrific rate. Small cars and motorcycles abound on the hard-top streets and highways. Bi- cycles are myriad in number. Children and adults alike use these. They have a hard-top path well off the highway, often behind a barrier of tall, stout trees. In the villages and towns this path con- tinued between the sidewalk and the street curbing. Holland is heavily popu- lated. The cities teem with people and nearby towns and villages supply much housing for industrial and office workers. Schools and hospitals abound as do sanitoria and senior citizens' homes. Everyone you meet is well- dressed in recent style. All are so pleasant and polite to meet. After 27 years absence we feel at home again. Good hunting, all! Waterton Homestead Camp project of Eklund family PINCHER CREEK (Special) new campgrounds is being built in the area north of the Waterton Lakes Park Boun- dary. It is being built by the Efc- lund family, formerly of Cal- gary, and will be called the Waterton Homestead Camp Grounds. Riviere Construction Is mak- ing roads and digging ditches. The Eklund boys are laying pipes and proceeding with the construction of cabins. The bus- iness "ill be in operation this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Segboer honored on 55th wedding day FORT MACLEOD Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Seg- boer of Fort Macleod were hon- ored at an open house for their recent 55th wedding anniver- sary. BNM Society tea set for May 11 NOBLEFORD (HNS) Six members of the Barons, Noble- ford, Monarch Senior Citizens' Society met recently at the home of Mrs. Morris Hofman to plan a Mother's Day tea. It will be held from to 5 p.m. May 11 in the Nobteford Royal Canadian Legion hall. Prizes will be awarded. 8900 in prizes offered says Winkler TABER (HNS) Prizes totalling S909 have been offer- ed to participant-; in Tabor's annual rodeo parade, says par- ade marshal Jade Winkler. He says some increase hi prize amounts should draw in- creased participation. Non commercial, commer- cial, 4-H and yotrfh section floaJs will receive -525 and for first, second and third place winners. Prizes for antique cams are and for decorated cars and and for decorated bikes in the junior SA and The mnst original entries other than floats win draw prize money of i 15, and and special award for those under 10 years wiS get sad Receiving the 100 guests was Mrs. Segboer'g sister, Mrs. Len deWit. Serving refreshments were their daughter and sons' wives. Mr. Segbper farmed In the Monarch district in 1914 and then went back to bis native Holland where he was married. In 1925 they bought a farm six miles north of Fort Macleod and fanned there until the boys took over operations in 1951. They moved to their present home on 18th St. in 1936. Trip to 'Hat delights BNM oldtimers NOBLEFORD bers of the BNM Society, (se- nior citizens' society of Barons, NoWeford, and Pic- ture Butte oldtimcrs recently travelled by bus to Medicine Hat They were hosted there by 'Hat oldtimers. It was arranged by Morley Rodoffs and Aaron Clements of the Lethbridpe County 26 north area neercalaon organiza- tion. Lethhralge Northern Bus Lines supplied to buses for the trip. They watcd (he AHagtess Factory, citv greenhouses, mu- seum and the pottery plant Each woman received a ass vase Sty of Medicine Hat awn-emir were received too WORK FOR PAY PORT MACLEOD fS The Fort Mactari 4-H Reef ws a new venfttre. They will on call for peopte here April 28. They will haw3 weH-Wtted manure, rato4ill gardens and rake lawns.