Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, December 17, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 To our Old Customers, Our New Customers, Our Future friends and Aquaintances From the Management and Staff JKIRCHNER MACHINE LTD. 2419 2nd Ave. North, Lethbridge 327-3678 Steams to retirement Brightened up for display in the National Museum of Science and Technology in Ottawa, Engine No. 1 belches a long cloud of smoke as she moves along a track at Campbell River, B.C. Engineer Frank Davison estimated 90 per cent of the steam locomotives that were in the logging camps on Vancouver Island have all gone to scrap. MANUFACTURING and DISTRIBUTING AUTOMATIC BALE WAGONS SUGAR BEET HARVESTERS PIPE TRAILERS AND MOTOR CARTS RANCH KING TRAILERS DITCHERS AND LAND LEVELLERS SUGAR BEET TOP SAVERS ROW CROP CULTIVATORS AND EQUIP. ACME POTATO PLANTERS MILTON BEET PLANTERS WIKOMI 3 PT. HITCHES EASY-FLOW PESTICIDE APPLICATORS TRIPLE K CULTIVATORS OVER A DOZEN LINES OF HYDRAULIC SUPPLIES CALE HARW8, Manager THE BEST OF LUCK IN Lynn Dickout Aon Shields Lome Bishop May it be a bright and bountiful year for you! And a very special thank you to all our loyal customers for their faithful patronage. from the MANAGEMENT and STAFF WESTCAN v Brian Sanders Abe Derksen t w m m -n m PUMP 4 frCOf P.O. Box SS-1-6, 2351 2nd Ave. N., Lethbridge Phone: Off. 328-1709 Res. 327-4956 j Frank Smith 'Running Water is Our Business'