Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 17

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: 26

Search All United States newspapers

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

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Jeffrey Bullshiehh Home on leave CARDSTON Cpl. Jeffrey i Bullshields of the Blood Indian Reserve, a member of the U.S. Marines, returned home on leave recently. He joined the Marines in May, 1969. He was posted to San Diego for bootcamp and was then transferred to Camp Pendleton, Calif. He is scheduled for discharge May 7. He was transferred to Okin- awa after a seven month tour of duty in Vietnam. "When I was at bootcamp it was rough, but I thought, if I can get through that I can get through anything." He says: "I found Vietnam to be Hie most interesting part of my service term. It was rough, it was dangerous, but you also learn to value life while you're in action. From that experience I still lie awake at nights, reliving some of the encounters we had. I'm glad I live in a land of freedom, I can tell you that much." He was interviewed by the Kainai News. 277 acres separated from Town of Stavely STAVELY The provincial local authorities board has ap- proved an application for the separation of land owned by two men: J. F. Watson and Ross H. Townsend, both of Stavely. Mr. Watson's case involves about 76 acres of land in the south half of the southwest quarter of section nine, town- ship 14. A public hearing was held 'Sept. 15. Mr. Watson sought separa- tion of his lands for several reasons, one of which was that "taxation by reason of ur- 500 attend band concert at Macleod FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Fort Macleod band re- cently presented a concert to a packed house. More than 500 people enjoy- ed music and local talent in the Elk's Hall. Proceeds are for the Richardson Family, hospital- ized- since an automobile acci- dent Dec. 10. Master of ceremonies for the fastm o v i n g program was Gower Kennedy. The F. P. Walshe High School Choir and the 55-voice chorus of G. E. Da- vis Grade 6 pupils performed. Also performing were the Four K's, first in; a serious mood and then a comedy num- ber. A mother-daughter team, Mrs. Pat Leslie and Kathy, sang solo and duet numbers They are associated with the Lethbridge Symphony. >an assessment and tax rates s excessive with feat ol competing farmers in the rural municipal district." Taxes will now be paid to the MD of Willow Creek. Mr. Townsend's case in- volves the east half of section eight in township 14 which lies west of Highway 2. Mr. Townsend said in his ap- plication the lands comprise about 201 acres and are iso- lated from urban-type develop- ments in the town and are un likely to be required in the foreseeable future. The town opposed his appli cation, areuing the land may be required for residential de- velopment. The Oldman River Regiona Plan ning Commission saw such development may prove to be uneconomical. The land was ordered nexed to the MD. Hornets win tourney HILLSPBING Matthew Halton Hornets defeated Card ston Third Ward to emerge th victors in a four-team girls basketball tourney here recent iy- Hillspring won the consola tion spot by defeating Cardston Second Ward. Top player awards went t E. Drevenak and S. Yuill, both of Pincher Creek; B. Draper and S. Hough, both of Card- ston, and H. Butler of Hill- spring. Matthew Halton cheerleaders won that test too. It was an MIA girls' project. NAPI DIRECTORS Peigan Indians and citizens of horn, president; Wayne Pinkney; Sandra Geer, treasurer; Pincher Creek are "gettin to know each other" as a result Valerie Big Swan, secretary; Dorothy Yellowhorn. and of the activities of the Napi Friendship Association. It is Henry Potts, vice-president. Missing are Conrad Little Leaf backed by the Peigan band council and the council of the and Joe Kunkel. Town of Pincher Creek. Officers are, .from left: Ed Yellow- -Mrs. Ed Lunn Photo AWARD CONTRACT NATAL (HNS) A contract has been awarded the Mod Industries Ltd., Langley, B.C., for the construction of a post office at Sparwood, Public Works Minister Arthur Laing announced recently. Five bids were submitted, ranging from the low of to a high of LITTLE CHANGE TABER 1970 year end census is 4.694, little change over the past year. The census, optional as far as the provincial government is con- cerned, is used for calculating the municipal assistance granl by the department of municipa: affairs. Thoraday, Ftbruary 4, 1971 THE LETHMIDGE HERALD 17 Eva Greer UCW meets COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. j telling aboui the Church Eugeae Gregorash presided at j Missionary Hospital i.'x-re. the recent meeting of the Eva j Retiring president Vr> L Greer United Church Women ju. Vaselenak vas '.hanked for here. j her service to thi- Twenty-five attended. letter was n-v Mrs. Ivan Meyers read a let- Hong Ming ui Hem; Kong, ter from Dr. Helen Hughston, the group's "Korean a missionary in Napal, India, boy. I The UCW meets 17. Bylaw changed TABER (HNS) Raymond Sugar Makers Credit Union re- cently approved a bylaw change providing for the credit committee members to be ap- pointed by the board of direc- tors formerly they were elected at the annual meeting. The change conforms with amendments to the Credit Union Act passed in 1970. Cash February 12 COALHURST The Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Cana- dian Legion, branch 273, will hold a cash bingo at b p.m. Friday, Feb. 12, in the Royal Canadian Legion Hail here. 1970 LETHBRIDGE OPTIMIST CLUB HIKE FOR TIKES Anyone Needing a Official Receipt For 1970 Income Tax Write BOX 1201, LETHBRIDGE ORTHERN ASBESTOS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD. 253 12th STREET NORTH LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-6166 or 327-6161 UNBEATABLE SAVINGS FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY PREFINISHED MAHOGANY PANELS ZONOLITE 3 cubic foot bag. EACH, ONLY 1 ,14 FIBERGLASS INSULATION 7.95 FIR PLYWOOD CIS For Sheet CIS Per Sheet iheathing Per Sheet sheathing I Per Sheet DECORITE plastic laminate. Wnite gold glitter. PER SHEET ONLY 1175 WEISER LOCKS Passage EACH A-301B i Bathroom EACH A-501B Entranc EACH 18 HOURS A DAY 6.00 A.M. TO MIDNIGHT I Repeated by popular demand for the 100s of folks who couldn't i i get in on the last sale! This will be the only sale of its size before fall, i Stock up now or end up paying outrageous prices elsewhere. We have the I I best prices in Southern Alberta. a i------------------------ All orders sold carcass hanging weight subject to trim loss! EARLY BIRD SPECIAL 100 lean pork chops to the first 50 customers setting an appointment! IT IS OUR COMPANY POLICY TO HAVE YOU -THE CUSTOMER-PRESENT WHEN YOUR BEEF ORDER IS BEING SELECTED, WEIGHED, CUT AND WRAPPED. OUR TRAINED PER- SONNEL WILL PREPARE THE AVERAGE ORDER IN ONE-HALF HOUR AT NO EXTRA CHARGE! COUPON C'inon additional pork chops to customers setting an appointment between a.m. and a.m. and iieiween p.m. one! mid- night. All orders sold and cut by appointment only! PHONi 757-3739 NOW! COUPON 'T HESITATE TO DRIVE 11 PAY YOU 5c PER FROM YOUR DOOR- TO OURS. MILE RED BRAND HEAVY BEEF Written Guarantee for Tenderness and Taste CHARGE IT! Average weight 325 Ibs. and up Ib. with purchase of 200 Ibs. or more RED BRAND i MINUTE STEAKS T-flONE STEAK PORTERHOUSE SIRLOIN STEAK STEAK "EAK ROAST GROUND BEEF CLUB STEAK -g RIB STEAK C DEIMONICO STEAK Average Weight 150 Lbs. And Up RED BRAND HEAVY BEEF GUARANTEE AIL MEATS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE TENDER AND DELICIOUS OR YOUR ORDER WILL BE CHEERFULLY RE- PLACED OR YOUR MONH'i" REFUNDED ON AMOUNT RETURNED WITHIN 10 DAYS. (SAVE tMSSiQ BONUSES 10 LBS. BACON 10 LBS. HAM 10 LBS. GRADE 'A' FRYERS YOUR CHOICE OF ANY 2 WITH 300 LBS. OR MORE-OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE. RED BLUE PRE-TRIMMED r-TT p31 ftlriT e-X US Primal Cuts Available PRICED FOR VOLUME BUYING 90 Days Same As Cash T-BONE STEAK ROUND STEAK PORTERHOUSE STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK EYE ROAST SIRIOIN TIP ROAST MINUTE STEAK ROUND ROAST RUMP ROAST GROUND BEEF Ib... Average Weight 150 Ibi. and up Lass PHONE 757-3739 R ffftPnf i'5 M if? BARONS, ALBERTA ;