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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ausull 31, 1772 THE IfZHBRIOGE HERAID 3 layor and aldermen Wes o'nes Supreme court bearing Sept. VI i milling Ihe "confidential" ad- j 11 at Vancouver of the .suits ininislratton engineering, three former senior city em- ployccs claiming damages for "wrongful dismissal" will re- family most points quire testimony of Mayor Klink- hamcr: aldermen Ron Shcrl- ing, Arthur Draper and Ty Col- detriment reports. Plaintiffs are (J. M. Ilobcrt- son. lumil Krickson and II. L. DcArmoml. former two were close lo at dismissal in of m, when they Bland Hoovei and the Woods. I filed suit. .son of Stavcly and Warren Cooper of Xanton. The Sam Whitcsidc Memorial Trophy (for local family with mosl points in the horse show! was v.ou by the Wcs Jones fam- ily of Stavely. The Jack Cochlan Memorial Trophy (for toys calf roping) v.-ent to Rick Sears, Nanton. Tiie Slan Waters Memorial f Trophy (open h-dlter class) was 536 entries judged at Camiangay lair Musical and vocal groups en-! luP-s in 5lccr Hy ViniJCT CLANCY llcraCd News Service STAVKLY The llth annual hor.se show and amateur rodcrj was held recently in the Slavc- iy Skating Arena. Jui'flc was Clifford Tchb of Alrdrie. Announcers were ftoy John- NEW FIRE CHIEF A. W. (Bill) Lord, 42, hos been named Tabcr lire chief. He succeeds A. Jay Edwards. Mr. Lord graduated from the Canadian Forces firefighting training school in 1945. He is fire prevention inspector for the western Ontario area the department of national defence. He is the son of the late Robert Lord and a native of lober. GERRY'S TRADING POST FORT MACLEOD, ALTA. e Squeeze Shute...... Portable Loading Shute Stock Rocks FINEST QUAtlTY, LOWEST PRICESI WHILE THEY IASTI These Are Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BLACK1E MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. Box 148 CRANBROOK NANCY MILES (Special) 304 5lh S. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKLA EHNES................... Gen. Dol. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGO.......................... 381 FAITH MRS. THEKIA EHNES Gen. Del. Contact these people for your District Nows or Classified Advertising CARMANGAY (IINS) A large selection of exhibits were n display at the Carmangav jricultural Fair held recently the Carmangay Community entrc. Hobby work was displayed as ell as a 4-H display; one by ic Brownies; art and photog- aphy displays; figures made y folciing magazines, A r t e x iquid embroidery, ceramics nd resin work and also a first and look at a beautiful quilt Iwing hy the women of the LDS Church. A sale sponsored hy the wonim of the Little Bow Hospi- tal Auxiliary was a busy place where many and varied articles were sold. i vegetables and flowers, Rit; Women of the UCW were busy i May, district home economist selling lunch throughout the' from Vulcan, cooking and jun tcrti_____ There wcrc a total of 536 ea-; trie-s at the fair. Judges were Jin. Archibald i The Hans Hansma prize, won by Paula Cochlan, Lund- brcck. The cow riding trophy was day. Films shown during Hie afternoon and races and games were held for the young people. A horseshoe game was en- joyed by the men. The women played a soft-ban game. Oldtlme threshing bee held in Eskeland Held ior sewing and cooking: Line.'-- Smith, Champion, handicrafts Mr. and Mrs. Pisko of Lcth bridge, art and Mr. and Mrs L. Bach of Clarcsholm, photog raphy. Winners of special awards in he baking cjass went to the 'irst prize winners in e a c h class. By VIOLET CLANCY Herald News Service STAVELY A genuine old- .ime threshing bee was held re- cently at Tom Eskelanil's field, north of Stavely. The 1910 Case steam engine puffed away with its 60 horse lower single cylinder. It weigh- pounds. Name dropped GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Tire local school board has drop- ped the Cree name originally accepted for a new elementary school because officials were told the name may have un- savory connotations. The public school hoard agreed the name, Kyaskamoon, should be svithdrawn. When Kyaskamoon was sel- ected from a number of Indian suggestions, Ihe board thought it meant "legend teller." But they discovered It can also be translated into or worse still, into something close to "bull manure." mo CITY SAO PAULO fAPl Bra officials sad Sao Paulo now with a population of million, might he (ho biggcs city in the world by 10SO if il present five per-cent annua growth continues. INVENTORY ADJUSTMENT OUR SALE PRICES! OF EVEKY SINGLE ITEM IN OUK HARDWARE LTD. MALL Tile thresfung machine Is a 925 Minneapilis 36 hy 64, the cw price of each machine was Bundles wcrc hauled to the machines in hayracks drawn by "lorses. The grain tajik was laulcd by a four-horse hitch of 1 e 1 g I a n horses owned by Goerge Cowlings. The steam engine and thresh- ng machine are owned by Jack Burrows and Norman Edey of Nanton. More district on page 9 Laqua wins trophy FOREMOST I.aqua of Foremost won the Brand aggregate trophy at the recent third annual Foremost Flower Show staged at the Iloyal Canadian Legion Hall. It was sponsored by the Fore- most Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary and attracted more than 160 entries in 27 classes for flowers and veget- ables. Judges were Nelson Sullivan Eirid Joyce Ervin of Lethbridge, and M. Van Etaalduine of Fore- most. The trophy won by Mr. La- qua was donated by Hagen hardware. Runner-up was Drihla Stadel- nian and third was Edward Walsh. Crowsiiest Pass Bureau NEWJ CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Deceux, Resident Rep., Btmrmora Plione 562-2149 Raymond construction leaps ahead RAYMOND (HNS) Joseph building inspector for the town, recently Issued per- mits for new dwellings to the construction vaiue of Construction will be pushed in order that (he owners will be settled before cold weather. Those obtaining permits were Roger Holt, Garth Wright and Rex Eakker. These three dwel- lings wilt be located in the southeast area of. town. Gary Edwards, M. Tsuji and Bruce Holt will be in the north- cast area. The Robert Holt home is lo- cated in the northwest area and the Max Holt dwelling is just east of the Raymond Municipal Hospital in the new Andci-son sub-division, Of six dwellings built this year by the Mercantile Con- struction Ltd., five have been sold. New owners arc Norris Lieshman, Bruce Ileggic, Max Powclson, Frank Navrail and Ryo Nagata. fn keeping with town growth and the need for more building lots, a new sub-division has sun-eyed and Jaici out in (he west area. This will be knosvn as the Moss Bridge div- ision. A number of applications have already been made for property in the division. Silver I ray presented Lo Miss Close CARMANGAY (HNSl-Mem- bers of the Little Bow Com- munity Club gathered in the recreation room at the hospi- lal recently to say farewell to Miss Maureen Close. She has been the recreation co-ordinator for the Carman- gay, Champion and Barons communities for Ihe summci months. Mrs. Elnora Anderson, on be half of the club, presented Miss Close an engraved- silver tray in appreciation of her ser vices lo Hie Little Bow Com munily Club during the. sum mer. She thanked everyone. Miss Close will be resuming her studies at the University o Kept. 5 and her posi lion of co-ordinalor is being taken over hy Mrs. Gullicksoi of liarons, who has been taking courses in leadership at Drum heller during the summer. A committee of three helpers from each village was selected to work with Mrs. Gullickson and plan activities. Three on Ihe committee: Ba rons, Mrs. Eva Dclaney, Mrs. B.-iird and nnr (HTSon to bo named: Champion, Mrs. IvOnp. Mrs. Anderson and Mr. Max- well: f.irmangay, Mrs. Marga- ret llubka, Mrs. Agnes Stafford and Grace IKIIard. Several members of the Club and of Iho Golden Age-. luimlxr inj! alioul. w in all, rcoonlly civ jo.vcd a corn roast nl Little Cow Park, GKKfON THUMB Mrs, Mary DIsson, 77, is proud of her garden. Every is taken with flowers and vegetables. You couldn't find a iveed if you had to. A resi- dent of the Foremost district for more than fifl years, iirr grant! garden is a dcUglil to every passerby on Third Ayr. Kvcry hit of the is Mrs. Dixson's. She shows what can IJP done; with a garden in a dryland area. WATCH TUESDAY'S HERALD for FURNITURE CLOSE-OUT SALE PERMIT NO. 953 See the New Be sure to see one of our courteous Pete Alexander Con Barret! Les Ingle Gayle Johnson CELICA 2 LITRE COROLLA 1600 CORONA 2000 On Display Now! TRAVEL CENTRE 3516 24th AVE. S. IETHBRIDGE 327-3165 Open Daily Until 9 p.m. ;