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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Augutt 1973 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Buckwell tells pensioners to 'wake up' Tou have something to contribute' FORT MACLEOD The Alberta Provincial Pen- sioners and Senior Citizens Or- with 190 members heard Leighton Buck- rap the present so- ciety for asking for more than they are willing to give. He admonished the senior generation to use their skills and their experience to help younger people and society in general. He said they are asking for more and more from the gov- ernment and want to sit back and be entertained. prepare for the school they prepare to go to but they are ap- palled at the thought of retire- ment. They don't know how to handle leisure time. greatest waste today is that of human resource. At work years are and most SALES OPPORTUNITY Exceptionally good opportunities to sell 1974 Plymouth Cars and Dodge Trucks. REQUIRE Hard intelligent- young salesman. Previous experience not necessary. appearance and good attitude a must Contact LORNE FRANZ Sales Manager 327-1591 FLEMING MOTORS LTD. 7th ST. and 1st AVE. S. people take the attitude they are finished. You have some- thing to contribute as long as you are alive. Wake up and use the talent you have developed over the Throughout the history of the everyone has been to adapt to the changes brought Swim meet August 21 at Stirling STIRLING Twenty- five and teenagers have been the com- petitive swim club here. Coaches Barbara Valarie Hirche and Gordon Pengilly announce club will be hosting a swim meet here Aug. 21. There were 17 of the swim club who had placed in earlier meets and were then able to participate in the recent sum- mer games at Raymond. These swimmers brought home four gold eight silver medals and six bronze medals. The only two divers rep- resenting Stirling both placed. They were Ronda gold and David bronze medal. about through modern technol- ogy. wasn't difficult to go from the horse and buggy to the why should it be any greater transition to go from the work years to the retire- ment One philosophy is that as long as a person is alive the Lord must have more for them to do or else He is giving them a second Other guests were Mrs. Marion national trea- and Ken MP. Both brought greetings. The sessions concluded with election of officers for the coming year. Mrs. William P. Goulding was re-elected president. Sec- retary i treasurer Dick Gra- ham of Pincher Creek was also returned. First vice president is A. A. Neddow of Fort Madeod and the second vice president is Scotty Robinson of the Bell- crest branch. LOOPERS COMING NOBLEFORD Alfalfa loopers will invade rapeseed fields in southern Alberta for the second time this year. Hugh entomologist at the Al- berta department of agricul- ture's plant industry labcora- reports a very large al- falfa looper moth flight in the Nobleford area and says an- other appears to be building up in the Vulcan area. SUPER LOW PRICES ON RUGGED LONG QUALITY BOOTS Inexpensive Price on Men's Work and Sport Boot When you are working hard or playing you want footwear that gives you lasting com- fort. Here it is featuring leather full padded insole and an oil resistant rubber sole. Butternut Brown. pair 16 Economy in Boys' Camper Boot If you climb Or walk a lot you need a boot that's comfortable. This is if with leather uppers in ankle or calf sturdy stitch- moccasin style toe and 'log' sole. Tan. 0 .97 Men's Budget-Priced Work Boot Protect your feet from injury with boots that feature leather durable White wave lined collar and pull strap. Tan. Pair 18 Value on Youths' and Boys' Kicker Boot This good looking boot has what you're lookng for. Suede Natural crepe sole and candy striped laces. Boys' and Youths'. Pair S 5 vwolco KPARTMENT STORES A mVHKW OF TM Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING MAIL Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 2025 Mayor .Magrath Drive the right to limit quantities. IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORP DISTRICT NEWS Taber water mains stalled RCMP member Const. Randy son of Mrs. Ruth Mack of Warner and William Mack of High recently completed his RCMP train- ing at Regina. Const. Mack has been posted to duty at Sask. v TABER Slow de- livery of cast iron fittings re- quired for the enlargement and replacement of water mains in the downtown area has result- ed in the prospect that the work may not be completed this year. Town council has been ad- vised it will be two to three weeks before the connecting fit- tings are delivered. Work scheduled for the early sum- mer may not get under way until September. In order to speed up the work once town council agreed that a privately owned back hoe be engaged for this allowing the town's ma- chine to work on new residen- tial installations and repair work found necessary. Installation crews will be town employees. The machine will be contracted on an hour- ly rate basis. Work scheduled includes re- placing four and six-inch mains with eight and 10-inch mains in the business and connecting this system with eight-inch pipe to the north tower and south treatment plant systems. Resurfacing of the business initially proposed for was postponed a year while the old water lines are being replaced. Council also considered ten- dering for the new 100-million- gallon water reservoir. This program will likely see the light of day this fall. Council also heard W. E. Graham of Anti-Pollution Prod- laud the merits of a Micro Aid chemical which will activate the bacterial ac- tion in the sewage lagoons and remove the offensive odor from the system. Further study to the offer was the initial cost of the application being and daily dosages on the basis of one million gallons of efflu- ent average. Milk parade results WINS DOCTORATE PINCHER CREEK Byrde Hill a native of Twin has completed all re- quirements for a degree of Doctor of Philosophy in psy- chology at State University at Utah. Dr. Meeks wrote a dissertation entitled cultural Assessment of Learn- ing a survey of Sa- Cau- Filipino and Hawaiian children. She received a Mas- ter of Education degree from USU and a Bachelor of Science degree in humanities from University. MiLK RIVER Recent Bo- nanza Day parade winners GRAND Border Counties Coutts Queen Doug St. 'Peter decorated car. CHURCH Coutts Queen flcat LDS Milk Luther- an. DECORATED Doug St. Dykslag Norman VornbrocK family. COMIC AND Ford Oslenburg Albert Rob- inson farnijy. COMMUFTTY Elks and Royal Knights of Col- umbus. YOUTH Coutts Girl Guides and Milk River Beaver baseball club. The Fort City of Lelhbridge. ANTIQUE Paul Made 1913 Auto Wagon John wrentham 1928 Model A Ford Tour- Elbert Lethbridge Town Sedan. Aimea Croteau Chev. Dave 1936 Ford Coupe. DUNE Floyd Cody. CHILDREN'S Bast Anita Rita and Myrna and Daryl Bye. Decorated Tonl Rae Hum- mel and Sonia Wendy Dyk- and Pat Dykslag. Shannon Gary Mc- Culloch. Allan Leo Trenk- and Ross Ford. Elton and Dee Henrie. I SPORTS EVENTS Masinasln Men versus Milk River slow Del Bonitfl Milk 4. Men's slow pitch. Milk River Lethbridge All 23. 1930 1949 S1irl- Rolling Pin throwing dis- Gloria Miss Juhasz. Men's Les Lln- runner Del Jones. Men's Bob and Tom Bianchi. Women's Barbara Juhasz. Farren Jones. Pincher parades Saturday PINCHER CREEK The Pincher Creek and District Agricultural So- ciety has accepted the res- ponsibility co ordinating a parade to be held Saturday at 11 a.m. Brad Sawyer is parade chairman and Don Walper will act as parade marshal. It mil form up at the agri- culture grounds at the west end of town. Judging of floats and other entries will begin at 10 sharp. Judging will be based on general over all con s t r u c includes quality ma- terial and basic float attention to minor details and color harmony. First and second prizes are offered. There are adult and children on shetlands and bicycles sec- tions. Every child in parade dress will receive twenty- five cents. The a four day will run from Aug. 16 through 19. The rodeo Saturday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. PHARMACY Think of us as ihfe t store in town 1I.UU KI'llAY Everynight Shampoo 12 oz. Clairol Loving Care Hair Colouring each each 1.29 m Sunbeam Mist Stick Curling Iron No. CW3 only in the Cosmetic each 13.73 French Formula Professional Hairspray Pearl Drops Tooth Polish Regular or Spearmint 50 Ml. Your Choice 99 Mr. Bubble Bubble Bath Powder 12 oz. 2for oO7 Contac C Relief from hay sinusitis and colds. 20 capsules. Agarol Laxative Suspension 16 02. Sterisol Mouthwash 22 oz. each 1.59 each 99 each t 89 PRICES IN EFFECT THROUGH AUGUST 18th Woolco Pharmacy operated by Jack Austin Pharmacy Ltd.' A Division of ef Dominion Citrus and Ltd. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW ;