Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 29

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Kaiser, Union Discuss Recreation Complex NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Ka scr Resources, represented Lou Dwarkin, and the Unite Mine Workers of Americ Michel Local, represented L president John Desjardins ra Picture Rodeo Result PICTURE -BUTTE (Special Winners in the Picture Butt Jamboree Days rodeo are follows: 1. Senior Steer Riding: Isl Tom Bascda; 2nd: Bill Hair mon; 3rd: Joe Masnyk. 2. Junior Steer Riding: 1st Jim Markus; 2nd: Shawn Rob inson; 3rd: Rick Paskal. 3. Senior Barrel Race: 1st Dixie Gibb; 2nd: Dixie Gray 3rd: Bill 1-Iammon. 4. Junior Barrel Race: 1st Connie Stronsld; 2nd: W. Soe nen; 3rd: Tie: Neil Secrist ani' Brian Ball. 5. Calf Roping: 1st: Duki Helgcrson; 2nd: Cliff Williams G. Saddle Race: 1st: Hick Paskal; 2nd: Jack Nalder 3rd: Donnie Cox. 7. Boot Race: 1st: Seldon Cox; 2nd: Bill Hammon; 3rd Cindy Young. 8. Wild Cow Milking: 1st Bill Nalder; 2nd: Doug Paskal 3rd: Roy Wood. Announcer: Jerry Hammon. Shower Held WRENTHAM (HNS) A bridal shower honouring Mrs. Gwen Schweigert, New Dayton, was held recently in the Wren- tham School auditorium. Pink and white paper bells and umbrellas pinned to the dark blue drapes at the front of the auditorium provided the back ground for the attractive gift table. A bouquet of sweet peas and baby's breath com- plemented the table that was covered with a cloth designed with bridal shower motifs. Mrs. Marguerite Peta acted as emcee and a short program preceded the opening of the gifts by the guest of honor. Mrs. Chris Oberten, Warner, sister-in-law of the bride, who was her matron of honor re- corded the gifts and arranged them for display. Places 10th FORT MACLEOD (Special) Word was received here that recently with the planning a various plans recreation commissions study means of raising fun for a new recreation complex The representatives w e i presented1 with a written bri on tire current situation a the matter was thoroughly d cussed. They agreed to take the brief with Kaiser Resourc and United Mine Workers America to get some eoncre information and another nice ing was slated for Sept. 2, whrates its annual three day In- dian Days celebrations. The celebrations, which re- rolve around the color f u lances of the Blackfoot people ilay host to many native visi- ors from all over western Can- ada and the U.S.A. Local non Indian visitors .re welcome to attend the .fternoon and evening feslivi- ies which culminate in a arade and prize giving, on iunday, August 16th. Summer Program WRENTHAM (HNS) A ew experience for the Wren- iam children is a summer iaygrounct recreational pro- xam which is being conducted nder the supervision of Terry ubek and Flo Whitrow. The program is being con- ucted at the Wrentham ele- lentary and junior high school ach afternoon from 2 to 5 m. for children from the age four years to 12 years. The children from the Wren- tam district are being bused aily to Stirling where they use he facilities of the swimming ool for the Red Cross swim- ing instructions. Wedneiday, AuBust 12, 1970-- THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 FordingPromises Full Reclamation NATAL, B.C. (HNS) ecological study ol F o r d i n Coal's mining area, assigno by Fording to the B.C. R search Council, will Kelp i guide the company's reclam. tion program. Fording Co made it clear at the outset th? the mined land will be rehabi! fated, Fording's president sail Reclamation will be don scientifically and progressive: with regard to re-establishin existing quality of the environ ment. "Our research peopl working on this phase of th project are confident that tin ibjectiye can be achieved an hat disturbed wildlife forag will be adequately replaced." Most of the overburden m; erial on the Fording project i rock. Experiments hav proven, however, that excellen :rops of grass and legume can be grown in the materia it is ground up and fer tilized, the company said. The proof is in C o m i n c o'; growth chamber where pat; o n t a i n ing ground-up reel rom Fording have been seed d with different types o passes and legumes such as escucs, brcome, timothy, al alfa and clover. The materia n which the grasses are being rown is mostly shale andstone. Drill cores of this material were ground up to the onsistency of coarse sand for he growth experiments. The urface of the waste piles at he mining site are expected to of similar material. Other aspects of the recla- nation program are still to be etermined and study of these continuing, much of it on the te. A number of experimental ots are being developed on lie to foot levels. rolden Wedding TABER (HNS) Mr. and rs. James C. Grigor of Barn- ell will be observing their 3lden wedding anniversary at e Barnweli Cultural Hall'Fri- ay evening, Aug. 21. Members of the family are rranging an open house com- encing at p.m. at which lends and relatives may ex- nd their best wishes to the nored couple. It is requested ere be no gifts. These plots will be seeded with a wide range of grasses and legumes to determine ef- fects of the local environment and thus help to select the best species for future wildlife for- age. It is also planned to reforest certain areas that will bo mined out and as there is no source of seed for this pro- gram, a research team will be roaming OK alpine heights this summer to harvest about 10 bushels of cones from Lodge- pole pine, iBnglcman spruce, Western larch and other native forest cover. Meanwhile, a mobile housing site is being developed for op- erating personnel at Boivin, about 20 miles north of Spar- wood and half-way to the mine site. 40th Anniversary FOREMOST (Special) )pen house was recently held >y Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kam- >eitz of Foremost, in celebra- ion of their 40th wedding an- niversary. They were married n North Dakota, where Mrs. Kambeitz was born Mary Hag- er. They settled at their home north of Foremost in 1933. Besides their daughter, son- in-law and grandd a u g h t e r, nearly 300 guests were enter- ained to a lavish buffet din- er at their farm. Visitors ame from surrounding dis- ricts, and Lethbridge, Edmon- :on, M a g r a t h, Claresbolm, Champion, Picture Butte and >egon. Telephone calls were re- eived from Calgary, Beiseker Mario and Oregon. Cards were received from Minnesota, North Dakota, Ore- Denmark and England. To Start Paving COLEMAN Hardsurfac- ng of several Coleman streets s expected to get underway lortly following the awarding a paring contract to Everall onstruction Co., of Edmonton n a bid of by the oleman town co.uncil. Everall was the lowest ve bidders for the project. nderwood and McLellau art 'oject engineers. Aise o Maw SsSs cv WESTESfJ SH1STS. AS AN ACTIVE MEMSPft OP YKZ DOWNTOWN SUSINESSMAN'S ASSOCIATION WE Will REMAIN OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P.M. FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE. Family Reunion GRANUM (HNS) A re- union of the Weerstra family was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weerstra honoring Mrs. Griet Haartstra who is returning to her home in Holland. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weerstra and family 'of Calgary, Mrs. Jennie Declercq of Calgary, Miss Gloria Weerstra, Calgary, Mr. Keith Johnson, Calgary, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mackintosh and family, Mrs. Jaci Maecrfcii, Mr. sr-d Mrs. Toai Blair and family and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Weerstra and fnmily of Granum. j I WESTERN GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE 308 5th Street S. Phone 328-4726 CARS WILL SOON FLY VAN NTJYS, Calif. (AP) An engineering company plans to test soon its designs for adapting a standard car into an airplane. Henry Smolinski, president of Advanced Vehicle Engineers, says he'll put a Pontiac in the air by the end of the year. His design a wing, tail and pusher engine assembly attached to the car roof and bottom will be idapted for a dozen modern cars, he says. SALE! HERE'S THE OPPORTUNITY YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR FOLKS, TO GET THAT NEW FREEZER YOU'VE BEEN WANTING AT A GENUINE SAVING! BETTER HURRY IN OR PHONE AS QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED AT THESE LOW PRICES! its time to stock up on this year's produce so come in and compare We know you'll buy Westinghousel 5-year food spoilage warranty Slim Wall Construction Warning Lights Door Locks Vinyl Covered Dividers 7 Cubic Foot- 250 Ib. Food Capacity Mfg. Regular Lilt SALE PRICED AT 12 Cubic Foot- 402 Ib. Food Capacity Mfg. Regular List SALE PRICED AT 16 Cubk Foot- 23 Cubic Foot- Ib. ?ocd Irei SALE PRICE Mfg. Boater Hot SALE PRICED AT OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURS. AND FRI. NIGHTS FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE! 326 5th St. South Phone 327-8578 ;