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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL PRESETS TENTATIVE PLAN FOR HIGH RIVER MEMORIAL CENTRE HIGH CHKS) Stevenson, Calgary architect, at- tended the meeting of High Biver Community Council on April 24, to present plan for the proposed Memorial centre, and to discuss with the council the desir- ed facilities to be embodied in. the building. As roughly drafted, the plan provided overall space of feet by 72 feet, at an estimate of or It would include as main features an auditorium, kitchen, rising room, ciuJ> rooms, am lounge on one floor, with bowl- ing alleys and other sport activities in the basement, and an upstairs library and reading room. The plan as presented was merely to bring in to tangible form the ideas pro- posed and served as a good basis for discussion and J. Denney presided, and reported that the town council on being ap- proached in the matter of four pos- sble sites, had expressed a decided preference for the Astonc. site, as being most feasible of all available town property. This has the advan- tage of central location in the down- town area, near the shopping centre, the park, and probably meeting approval of country people. Its drawbacks were proximity to flood area, and lack of space for large- scale landscaping and outdoor sports in conjunction. But it was pointed out that the curling club was al- ready building elsewhere, that the courts were not far away and were well established, and that advantages might outweigh da- advantages. Two names were presented to the meeting for choice. The majority favored Memorial Cen- tre" rather than "High River Dis- trict Memorial Centre." In respect to financing it was agreed that there would have to be assistance from the town, probably through jsjajmg debentures, as vol- untary contribution could not care for total cost. Clark Fraser. rep- resentative of the town council, out- lined procedure for a money bylaw if the council agreed to the deben- ture plan. This would mean a two- third majority vote in favor with only property owners voting. Meth- ods of financing the proposed pro- ject will be presented at the nest meeting after consultation with the town council. Old Slack Pile Source Of Material For Improving Highway Grades work In the district is rapidly being com- pleted and the road crews have moved to new locations. The gravel highway to Picture Butte, which during the spring break-up was in a deplorable condition, has now been renaired with red ash from the old Commerce slack dump. In time it looks as though the entire road will be covered with the red ashes which have been hauled by the ton and dumped in the bad spots. Roads repaired with these ashes last year have proven more than satisfactory and with such a wealth of material available it should be an easy matter to keep the rosds in good condition. A high grade has been built on the mile soath from Cleve Johnston's, thus join- ing the gap which existed between the junction with the gravel and the grade extending north to the correction line. Truck load after truck load of red ash have also been snread on the road running on the east of Park Lake joining that soft stretch of road with the gravel at the park gates and the north grade. These imarovements are greatly anpre- ciated by the motoring public as at times these roads hare Seen al- most impassable. Report Oil At West Taber Well Cmlifar- nU Standard Is stnKfc at iU Mrtk BarnweU. Cu-Tex Cmn- jany fcac keen diiUinc 1m this estimate hat jet been given by California as to the the tMB the new West Taber fieU well. quarters of the 93 Battery. Speaking at the Lions Club luncheon meeting, to which the party -srere invited. General Wor- thingtori stressed the need lor pre- paredness when he outlined the part played by the Reserve Army and said that it had taken nearly four years to put the Canadian Army la efficient fighgticg; form and in the event of another war we would be "written off before TIC could get going unless-the Reserve Army was placed on a firm and efficient footing. Prank Walshe a keen supporter of the 93rd Battery, thanked General Wortiungtoa for his address. Early Start On Macleod Pool (HNS) Wednesday's TJons Club meeting it was learned that it is the inten- tion of the swimming pool commit- tee to have work commenced al- most immediately on the cement work so that the pool will be open in time for the annual stampede which is being held at Macleod on June 29 and July 1. Fnlls to the pool will be added after that when necessary funds are available. There is a sufficient sum on hand to cover the cost of the actual pool construction. Visits Macleod Major-General Worthington Stresses Need For Preparedness MACLEOD (HNS) Major General P. P. Worthington, MJJ.E., M.C., commanding the western area of Alberta and British Columbia with CoL T. E. Snow and CoL Keanes. fisted Macleod on Wed- nesday and inspected a number of the bufldmgs at the former No. 7 with a view to having them transferred to the military for temporary use of the 93rd Battery RC.A. (R) in the town of Macleod where it is possible a permanent armory will later ba erected. Ac- companying the party on their tour of inspection were Lieut Robt Toogood, C.O. of the Battery, and the instructor WO 2 J. Jackson of the permanent force. The entire party met by Mayor G. R. Davis, Trade Board President D H. Boyle, txsnnaster Prank Walshe, SL T. Halliwell of thg Gazette and completed the party while at the Airport and old RK.WJiP. Barracks now the head- Pioneer At Carmangay Dies CARMANGAY. (HNS) An- other link witU the early days of homesteading was broken with the death of Thomas Wesley Knight on April 23, after a long illness He was born in Walkerton, Ont., in 1881, and came west as a young pi homesteading west of Carmangay in 1906. He was interested In farm organi- zations such as the U-F.A. and the Carmangay fair in years past. He is survived by his widow, 'Emma, and one son, Wesley. A son predeceased him in 1925. The funeral will be at the United Church, Carmangay, with Rev. Peter Dawson officiating, on Friday at pm, with interment in the Carmangay cemetery. FORMERLY OF BARONS BARONS. (HNS) Barons residents were saddened to hear oJ the death of "Grandma." Paulsen at Claresholm Wednesday. Mrs. Paul- sen lived in Barons for many jears before going to Claresholm to re- side. first peace- MORRIS BARRETT DUANE'S ELECTRIC MAGRATH J. M. GIBBONS PICTURE BTJTTE 318 Sixth Street S. ALBERT HORNER COCTTS GEO. ECKMIER HARDWARE WARJfER 46-FV-NSP-5 C-I-L PAINTS FOR NEW PEACETIME BEAUTY DISTRICT NEWS PAGE JIVE Busy Southern Alberta SEEDING COXHUETIOX ORTOJf. (HNS) Seeding In the district is progressing rapidly, most fanners having much of their seeding done. VISITING MOTHER STIRLING. (HNS) Mrs- Hilary Jones and daughter of Foeotelio, Idaho, are visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Paul line. BAD WIND STOBM warm weather rapidly tattnr the moisture from the lancL GKAYeiJUNG KOAD (HXS trucks are busy Use road immedsitely across the river, in the soecial area. Several miles of the road are now el- Michel Youth Is Laid To Rest faner- led. JOIST CHOIR HEARD BARONS. (HSS> A joint wind i choir from the NooMord, Barons snd soil drifting drove many a farmer out of the field. all cf the late died at his home after a short 112- M ANT AT funeral of the late W. A. Blair, held ca Wednesday afternoon. Teas one of the largest erer la Cran- am. Rev. '.V. j. Huston offi- ciated, JPunetal atrrange- ness. took place at Michel recently with, the funeral procession leaving the hozoe and proceeding to the j cnapeJ at Natal where the funeral sernces were conducted by Father Brophy of ifichet After the church ments were in charge of Ley- United Church were in attendance AfBA VJ. AAOV-, i farming operations are general this j at Easter services on Sunday even- although Ugat trinds Taber Studies Sewage System E. Brown, engineer of Haddin and Miles of Edmonton, met the town council on Thursday to discuss the possi- bilities of Taber having its own sewage disposal system. As yet no definite estimate of costs has been made by Mr. Brown. Haddin and Mites are the engineers fcr the Raymond and Claresholm sewage projects. Clareshok Old Timer Passes Mrs Martha Paulson, resident of the Claresholm distncs since 1907. pass- ed away in the local hospital "Wed- nesday night. She was 91 years of age. The funeral services are to be held from the United church on Sunday afternoon at 2-30, wish Rev. W. J. Collets oSiciaticg. Geo. W. Ringrose is in. charge of ar- rangements. and isg, and some beautiful anthems __! were sung. TO ENTER VOtC. BAROXa (HNS) LJeui. Ken MacQcanie. who has been on ed by the Nazal-MJcfee! band under den's Funeral Home of Cal- gary. The Masons held graveside esrvices, led by W. R. Cochrace of CtHrfey. The pallbearers -sere Stanley Daley, WHbert Laughton. Walter Thompson. A. Os- trom. Ben Kelheut and Ry- Memoral Park Hans HCTCFRZ BUTTE. The annual meeting of the Coaananicy SerrSce Clab Bandmasier C. Thomason. proceed- der Davis- Thtre pres- ed to the cemetery where the graveside services were held. Deceased was 21 years of age, bom az Michel. He leaves v> mourn his paresis. Mr. and Mrs. T- Pes- toello. two brothers and two skiers. -fr representatives from the Barons. ClareshoJia and Masonic lodges. the he will receive his discharge and enter classes in arts and science at the tFniversity of British Columbia. has been completed and his farm to 1 Members For Rod and Gun Club RAYMOND. (HNS) _ Ray- Last Rites South Oldtimer Held held in Koepie's hall on Tbmaday. April 11. Twenty-one were in attendance. The meeting was opened with talk by J. M. Gibbons. SB. which outltosd the wori of the Club so date and mentioned place for a. memorial park. Acting Chair- man Heber Jones then called for nosninatjons for near officers. the loHowing raen were cycled isy acclamation: President, G. 3oaae; vice-president, M. Dahsserr atcra- iary, J. Jovesnazo; treasurer, Jf. at Gibbons. The topic of discussion at the zueetmg was 2ie proposed memorial park. Two commitiees were selected; one 10 supervise the preparation of "Sie land, the other to investigate availability and cost ol eculpment. A committee of four was appcist- r. BurbansT of Claresholm. This mond Rod and Gun jv CARMANO-Ai. MZS.J I tOarut fcr the early readenrs of Carmangay were ftinprai weicome nome pa. among attesdm? is the second brother to move here I mseusg oa Tuesday, organized 0; jv-e jate MaTco'jn McKay at Cal- from Claresholm this spring when iheir forces purchased the I Fred Turner cided thac an money left Ja the Provincial President COALDALE. (HNS) The timelv roll call, exchange of plants or bulbs, was answered by 30 mem- bers and guests afe the WX meet- ing, held ai the home of Mrs. W. MacGilhvray last Wednesday af- ternoon, when Mrs. M. pre- siQed. The ladies were informed that Mrs. Morton, provincial WX presi- dent, would be present at the WX constituency conference to be held on June 14 at Coaldale. The slo- gan chosen for that occasion is "Eat less and give more This was G. Huber farm. Mr. and Mrs. Wood expect to locate near Monarch. EASTER SERVICES NATAL, en- Joyed s. quiec Easter this year with church services a feature. To help celecrate the occasion the majority of the Michel miners enjoyed froir 11 to 12 shifts to draw for pay. A record crowd attended ihe "Hoi? Week" services is the Catholic chapel at Natal vith Father Brophy of Michel oSiciating. SPONSOR SUPPER fif- ty persons were present last Tues- dav evening, when :he Maple Leaf WX (Chin) entertained the mem- bers of the Coaldale, Chin and Cranford Girls' Club at a supper at the Chin school house, this being f olloiirec; by a musical program. The girls are much encouraged by the interest; shown by their mothers and friends in their work. TO STUDY DENTISTRY MAGRATH. (HNS) FO. Rex Bennett arrived from Van- couver last week, having received his discharge from the R.CJLF. after two years overseas service in Trri-a, and England. He plans to re- turn to Vancouver Saturday wren his wife and two sons, and will enter university there to study dentistry. His paresis are Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Bennett of Magrath. HOLD MASQUERADE The Taber Beehive Girls entertained the Taber Eby Scouts and Barnwell Beehive Girls ana Boy Scouts Tuesday night with a rnascuarade party. Phyllis Nielson. dressed as a fairy, won first prize for the girls while Edia. Wol- handed In by Mrs. M. F. McCann, J sey and Doreen Hoknaa. dressed as wno was presented with a prize by Mrs. Dame, constituency convener. In her report for Girls' Club, Mrs. Betty Mevers gave notice of the change of place for the girls' speakmg contest this Friday, wmch will be at the United church in- stead of the community hali. The girls are getting ready for their bazaar in June and tae WX mem- bers are asked to donate one sale- able article each, this to foe the roll call at the May meeting, which will be held at the home of Mrs. R. J. Salary. The post-war effort for May will be a made-over gar- I meat overseas children. The WX girls have recently sent in 22 scrapbooks and crayons to headouarters, these to be given to children of overseas bnces. In their joint report of the TP- cently-held district conference, Mesdames Rutten and J M. Gra- ham stressed especially the request by the provincial president, thai j mutual help rather than raising money should be the mam ooject of the Women's Institutes. Greetings from Mrs M L. Thompson, who now is on her way to Prince Albert, were brought bv i Mrs. Norton. During the social hour, contests conducted by Mesdames F. Bond and R. Perry were won by Mes- dames J. M. Graham, R. E. and R. J Salary, while the raffles were won bv Mesdames EL Campbell. C. Norton ana Frank Richarcs Re- freshments v-ere served by Mes- dames L. Ober, EL Richards, D. La Valley and the hostess. Two Little Girls in B'ue, won second prize. Ovren Easthope. dressed as a Spanish CaTalier. won first for the boys, Jackie Francis, as tramp, second prize, and 23mer Haynes, as a Hindu, won third nrize Jimmy Richards acted as Master of Cere- mony for a lively program. Lunch was served. to strengthen to carry out a contest between two groups for the destruction of crews and magpies. The clus will pay anyone five cents a pair for crow or magpie feel. It was nroDcsed and passed tha' spent in the west During ha youth he lived as OnUsa, Out. Coming to Camsangay in 190S tht late Mr. McKay helped to move XATAL NOTES NATAL, Mr. T. many of the buildings from the old xrall fef s Natal recently to spend __ ____ f _____ .ti towssiw to the present location a weeks' holiday visiting rela- the Aioerta govemaient fish ar.d near ihe railroad. He. with his tlves as Seattle and at ;Sanairao, game department be contacted re- j brothers, and D. O. McKay. BC. garcmg assistance In stocking; the erected a large livery bam which j St garcmg pike lakes that -Kill be stocked. Steve Katrichak returned -o small lakes in Af with j served the town untii cars and, home ac alter spending a There are about fe7e of these j trucks became popular. The three J three weeks tup during -which time HENTT OF INTEREST IX HIGH RIVER GOLF j '.-''_- A t t. men were also interested in farm-! he received his discharge Eraa the and ranchm? anri for many I army at the coast and ca sis way years -an a large'steam threshing homeward visited relatives ac ver- non and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. CHsy of Tan- an eitendea home of Mrs. the war Mr. McKay was employed as steam fitter ac she; tow attendance organization meeting. Aoded to the former members are quite a number of newcomers to the town. Rov Greene was re-elected dent; Leonard Van TSghem, secre- j 'and sorC Russell, bodi of Cal- tarv, and George Harper, games j gKrrr a son, Wilfred, Edmonton, and captain. The season's fee has been i Blairmore, three sisters. and Mrs, P. Zeka and sons, health forced bis complete re- accompanied by Mrs. S. KrnTl of tirement. Natal, were Sister visitors as survived by his widow. He is Mary, a daughter, Mrs. Hoy Day- as the home of Mr. ana Mrs. A. KralL LEAVE NATAL Some of the new building has encroached on the golf DUliCLLUS links, and it may be necessary toj "7. Pallbearers were friends of saany G. Hardy. change the course of two A. 3P. Wilson. D. H. Russell, 5f The course is in very good shape at j Gnce. Phil Low. aresent and work !s going forward Interment was In Queen's Park vxe which keps them frozen to to keep it in good concinon f cemetery. Calgary, with Rev. J. Rex; their jobs in the mine for the pass while Mr. and Mrs. C- Ealbower left for another posnt In 3.C. It is expected that other residents will also leave the district after receiv- ing their discharges from the ser- which Seeps them frozen to throughout the season. Brown officiating. few years. LEAVES FOB VICTORIA Mrs. Tanner left via T.C-A. Thursday for her I home in Victoria. 3 C- after a visi; with her daughter. Mrs. Russel Blair, and Mr. Blair. TS ORTON ORTON. CHNS) Mr. and j Mrs. Sara Homberger and family of j Black Diamond arp guests of Mr. j and Mrs- P. J. Hornberger. Income and Excess Profits Tax Service SECRETARIES LIMITED P.O. Box S and 8 Acadia. Bids, SK Are. S. tkme RAYMOND BRIEFS RAYMOND. (HNS) The Misses Barbara Nalder, Marilyn Holmes, Eleanor Elhub, Lois Fair- banks and Kathenne Allen were all home from Calgary for the Easter weekend. Misses Manan Allen and Olive Brandley are spending the Easter holidays in Provo. Utah They left by plane last Thursday. Bom, to Mr. and Mrs Dean Bul- lock of Welling, a son. Mrs Bul- lock was the former Mane Ghip- nsan. Mrs. Dave Poweison of Vancouver has been visiting here the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Ellison and sons of Waterton Park were guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. J. E. Ksher, for the Easter weekend. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Larsen and children of Etakorn are here for the holidays. Mr. Larsen is prin- cipal of the Etakom school. Mrs. Barker Selman left Monday for her home in Ontario after vis- iting for the past month with rela- tives here and at Mountain View. Mr. and Mrs Wailv Duncombe are the parents a son born Sun- day. Mrs. Duncombe is the former Lucy Oler of Stirling. Irwin Hall is here visiting his family. Els mother is improving in the municipal hospital. Miss Nora O'Brien is leaving this for Salt Lake City. She will be accompanied by her sister, Mrs Helen Sabey, wno will visit there for a few weeks. Visitors at the A. B Brown home this wee's were Clifford Bro-wTi of Swaet Grass Montana. Miss Betty Brown of Medicine Hat and Mr. Fred Bach of Shelby, Mont. Mr. Chns Lybbert and daughter of Rosemary are visitors here. BARONS BRIEFS BARONS (HNS) Mrs A De Falols, who has been a patient in St. Michael's hospital. Leih- bridge. for tr-e past two months, is now convalescing at her home. Mrs. H. Morgan, who has been seriously III in .the Carmangay hos- pital, has now been moved to Vul- can where she is convalescing at the home of her sister. Joe Green, who has been a pa- tient in the Cannangay hospital, was able to return to his home near Barons early this week. MOVE TO STIRLING. rHNS) Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Seely and family left this week for Rosemary where they will males their home. Lawn Sprinklers Two arm. rotating type. Some models -with adjustable spray, and Hose Nozzles Adjustable from heavy jet to finest sprav. Garden Hose Regular half-inch, 1-ply gar- den hose, cut to any length you Hurry, get now. SPECIAL, per HOSE REELS AH metal con- struction. Holds 100 feet of half- inch hose. Digging Forks Well tempered tines with D-type hardwood flj 1 handle ..........V A Spades Keen cutting, self-scouring blade A -t hardwood handle ,p J[ m Rakes A size and style for every use. Loug hardwood handles. From. Hoes Well tempered blades, fastened to smooth hardwood handle 65c securely Garden Sets FERTILIZERS Here are two goad, fertilizers, correct- ly proportioned for Southern lawns and gardens. GARDENTTE 80c 50c PRESTO "7C 25-Ib. 5-lb. 35c Sir.ail hoe, shovel and rake. 3 pieces for GENUINE VITAMIN Bl Use it to prevent wilting: when feed it to youEg plants to produce larger, heathler and more profuse blossoms. Keeps house plants Enough to make 200 pUIons of solution....................15c to make SOO gallons of solution.....................35C Enongh to make gallons of solution..................65 C tOv, You Always Do Better At Hand Trowels, Forks and Cul- tivators. Each 15c Jft NLWSPAPLR! ;