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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 24, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 15 400 attend Rotary dinner RAYMOND (HNS) - The recent annual Raymond Rotary Club dinner and dance, with club members and their partners dressed in Spanish attire, drew 400 people, many coming from Southern Alberta towns and from Lethbridge. After the serving of dinner a floor show was presented from the Monte Carlo Dancing Academy of Lethbridge. RITCHIE BROS. AUCTION NOTICE PLACE 4410 Caigary DATE Trail Mem 2nd Edmonton, 10 a.m. Alta. Mental health branch needs aid OWNER HIRTZ CONSTRUCTION LTD. CRAWLER TRACTORS: (5) Cat D6Cs s/n's ) OKI 980, 10K19-83, 10K2216, 10K2219, 10K-2223, 30" pads, c/hyd. a/ dozers, D6E winches; 1969 Cat D7E, s/n 48A72482, c/w hyd. a/dozer, Parallelogram ripper and towing winch (Gear-matic 44,000 lbs); 1967 Cat D8H, s/n 46A14013, c/w dozer and Parallelogram ripper ;1969 Cat D8H, s/n 46A-19713, c/w hyd. a/dozer and Parallelogram ripper; 1969 Cat D8H, s/n 46A20176, c/ w hyd. a/dozer and Parallelogram ripper; Cat D8, s/n 14A6358, c/w hyd. dozer and towirig winch; 1965 Cat D9G, s/n 66A3462, c/w hyd. "U" blade and Cat Parallelogram ripper; 1965 Cat D8, s/n 36-A4318, c/w cable straight dozer and power control unit; 1965 Cat D8H, s/n 46A109-07, c/W hyd. "U" dozer and D89B winch; 1963 Cat D7E, . s/n 48A1653, c/w hyd. a/ � dozer and ripper; Cat D8, s/n 46A2102, c/w cable a/dozer, 29 ecu. and canopy; Cat D7, s/n 17A7780, c/w hyd. a/ dozer; Cat D4, s/n 6U456, c/ w hyd. a/dozer; MOTOR (GRADERS: 1966 Cat Model 120, s/n 60H75T, c/w snow wing and chains; 1966 Cat Model 120, s/n 60H752, e/w snow wing and chains; 1968 Cat Model 120, s/n 35K424T, c/w scarifier, snow wing and chains; 1965 Cat Model 14D, s/n 96F1803, c/w rear mounted ripper and snow v/ing; Cat 14C Grader, s/n 62C67, c/w "V" plow, snow wing and scarifier; Adams 777 Grader, s/n 777-C547, c/w "V" plow, snow wing and scarifier; MOTOR SCRAPERS: 1969 Cat 627C, twin engine. Motor Scraper, Tractor s/n 54K375, Scraper, s/n 50K416; 1967 Cat 621, s/n 23H893; 1967 Cat 621, s/n 23H871; 1967 Cat 621, s/n 23H869; 1966 Cat 621, s/n 23H387; 1966 Cat 621, s/n 23H241; Cat Motor Scraper DW21, s/n 86-E3740; Cat Motor Scraper Model DW21, s/n 86E3745; Cat Motor Scraper Model DW-21, s/n 69C1545; WHEEL LOADERS: 1967 Cat 980, s/n 42H395, c/w cab and bucket; 1965 Cat 950, s/n 58H129, c/w cab and bucket; 1971 Cat 950 s/n 73J2006, c/w cab and bucket; 1966 Terex 72-41, s/n 160-PMEB123; LOADERS/ BACKHOES: JCB Loader-Backhoe; Case Loader/ Backhoe; 1968 John Deere 400 Backhoe loader; CRAWLER BACKHOES; C35 Schield Bantam s/n 7033; Insley Vi yd. Backhoe s/n 11678; CRAWLER LOADERS: 1967 Cot 933G, s/n 42A8183; Cat 933-G, s/n 42A7154, c/w 1V4 yd. bucket; CRANES: P&H Model 555 ATC 40-ton Mobile crane, s/n 21805, mounted on 4 axle carrier; P&H Model 215-TC-20-ton Mobile crane, s/n C-2086, mounted on 4 axle carrier; Grove RT48 Crane, s/n 671863, c/w telescoping boom and 15' jib; 1967 Grove RT58-7 Crane, s/n 65-895, Capacity 14 tons; 1969 Grove RT58 Crane, s/n 3211, capacity 14 tons; RUBBER TIRED DOZER: 1965 Michigan 280 dozer, s/n C5MG9-14; TRUCKS: (12) Pickups, Flat Decks, Dump trucks, buses, mixer truck, crewcabs, including 1972 models; TRAILERS: Fruhauf S/A semi-dump trial-er, c/w air dump, twin cyl. hoist; Fruhauf 36' Hiboy; ROLLERS: 1961 Bros. VP9-D Vibratory, tow type roller s/ n V1200; 1965 Galion Chief, 3 wheel steel rooler, s/n CR-D42699; CAT PARTS: "V" Scarifier for Cat 0 4E Motor 'Grader; Cat D8 dozer blade; Cat 627 alternator, filters and misc. parts; Carco model G winch; Carco model 610 winch; Cable control unit for TD20 (model 20B6260); MISCELLANEOUS: (3) Lite plants, 2.5 KW - 6 KW: Hornet 200 amp. Welder s/n 37467V8; (3) Jaeger model 130 heaters; (5) Concrete vibrators; (7) Garbo Concrete buckets, Vi c.y. to 2 c.y.; 3,000 gal. water tank, on stand; Entz Stone cutter, model OH40; Gardner-Denver air track and (2) RP-600 Compressors; (2) Tampers; Wisconsin engine; LeRoi compressor; Welders; Onions Scaper; Complete line of shop equipment and contractor's supplies; COMPANY CAR: 1970 Chrysler, New Yorker, c/w air conditioning and radio. Phone at Sale Site (403) 435-9ll I Writs for'Free Catalogue to RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS LTD. . 920 BRIDGEPORT ROAD RICHMOND (Vancouver), B.C. | NATIONWIDE AUCTIONEERS | By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER - A program covering educational and activity features is now in operation by the Taber branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association. Volunteer help and financial assistance are needed. Branch president Mrs. Laura Kilback says the local organization has set up free education centres from which bulletins may be picked up from racks provided. These centres are located at the W. R. Myers and St. Mary's high schools, Taber General Hospital, health unit office in the Administration Building, and at the Associate Medical Centre. A film snowing for hospital staff and patients is held the third Wednesday of each month. Nurses have volunteered to conduct this educational program. . A public community service film is also being shown the third Wednesday at the W. R. Myers High School. The public is invited. There is no charge. The show takes place in the school's film room at 8 p.m. An occupational therapy program in arts and crafts for mental health patients is held at the hospital each Tuesday under the direction of Mrs. Alfreda Wiebe. Brian Ling and volunteer from W. R. Myers High School assist. The branch has also undertaken a daily visitation program to local and out-of-town patients at the hospital. Volunteers are needed to implement this "lifeline" program directed toward all those people who need to be visited. A membership drive at $2 per person is being conducted by the Beta Sigma Phi sorority with about 35 now registered out of an objective of 200. All membership fees are directed to the national organization. Financing the local effort, said Mrs. Kilback, is a local responsibility, and organizational support through generous donations are requested. Local support also requires volunteers for the successful conduct of the program. A training program for volunteer workers started recently by local officers Mrs. Laura Kilback and Robert Hagel. iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniaii Byette assigned to destroyer NATAL (HNS) - Robert Byette, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bremner of Natal, has been assigned aboard the A class destroyer Chaudiere, as fireman 1st class. Prior to his enlistment last May, he was employed at Kaiser Resources Limited. He attended Sparwood Secondary School and is the fifth generation of his family to serve in the Canadian Armed Forces. The Chaudiere will be on peace-keeping duties in Vietnam. TRUCKERS *"* WE OFFER COMPLETE ^endix-Westinghouse Service Parts FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE OFFER 24 HOUR SERVICE Phone 328-1168 De^TlLi Uthbridge Diesel Ltd. Allison 2336 2nd Ave. 'A' N. LAURENCE K. HIGA B.A. LLB - AND - JAMES ARTHUR WOOD BSC PHARM. LLB take pleasure in announcing that they are now carrying on the practise of law in partnership under the firm name of HIGA & WOOD BARRISTER AND SOLICITORS OFFICES AT: 519 7th ST. S., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Phone 327-1528 or 327-1529 BRANCH OFFICE: 4811 53rd ST., TABER, ALTA. PHONE 223-3577 Live on the Rock when you retire. And Save Tax Dollars Now! Living on the Rock, of course, means living on monthly income from a Prudential Registered Savings Plan. An income you or your wife can't outlive. Let me tell you all about it. THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA i mutual lilt insurance company C. "Stan" VERLINDEN 414 21 St. South Phena 327-3550 Scoutin By CA. Weekes Be Prepared to read this. A phone call to former Grizzly commissioner Kurt Seel brought a happy response. He is busy with leadership courses and winter camping. We are back from the Foothills Hospital at Calgary where we again pitched our camp on the fourth floor. In the ward was a genial former scouter, Bill Black of Longview. Baden-Powell's Scout Oath: "On my honor I promise . that I will do my best To do my duty to God and the King; To help other people at all times; To obey the Scout Law." Baden-Powell's Scout Law consisted of nine points: A Scout is loyal to the King, and to his officers, and to his parents, his country, and his employers. A Scout's duty is to be useful and to help others. A Scout is a friend to all and a brother to every other Scout. A Scout is courteous. A Scout is a friend to animals. A Scout obeys orders of his parents, patrol leader, or Scoutmaster without question. A Scout smiles and whistles under all circumstances. A Scout is thrifty. In metropolitan Cowley we have our ears to the ground, especially yesterday, our founder's birthday. We hear of a group of Wolf Cubs who are studying outdoor safety and wild life with plenty of emphasis on antipollution and conservation. At .Fort Macleod whom should we meet but Scouter Lew Blair and over a cup of coffee we heard of real action. Scouter H. Beazer of Fort Macleod's 2nd Troop has been giving his boys a chance to be known as River Rats by summer and Igloo Boys by winter. Everyone knows the 1st Troop is in there pitching in the tremendous effort that Fort Macleod citizens are putting forth to make their centennial plans come up big and successful this year. Scouter Steve Burger's boys have offered their 100 per cent co-operation to the Citizens' Committee. Scouter Lew is proud of them all, as is Cub Scouter Phil Hodnett. The big Southern Alberta regional jamborette is coming up in early July. Better get your plans made for your display in Scoutcraft .and Scoiitarania at Camp Impee-sa. Scouter Charlie Evans and who knows who else will be there. Now then gang, remember the outdoor manners code: Ask permission before going on to private land. This is Scout Week. All Scouts are expected to be faithful in their religious duties. The importance of Scouting in a boy's spiritual growth has been recognized by most religious leaders and the major religious denominations have created special awards for First Class Scouts who do outstanding service within their faiths. The first of these awards was the Ad Altare Dei award established by the Roman Catholic Church'in 1981. We have the Ner Tamid award for Scouts of the Jewish faith and the Duty to God award for Scouts and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. There is the Sangha award for Scouts who are Buddhists and the Alpha Omega award for Scouts of the Eastern Orthodox Catholic Church. We have the God and Country award for Scouts in the Episcopal Church. There are others. Treasure this part of Scouting. Sparwood has a two-way street it seems. Cub Kent Stucker transferred to A Pack from Calgary whereas Cubs Keven and Greg Stuck-ert transferred to Calgary. Dr. F. I. Lundgren gave the pack a fine talk on nutrition and posture. Recently this same pack learned about fire prevention from Gordon Ironsides and Fi'ed Venzi, Jr. Badges are part of the action. M. Wilton now has his pet-keeper's and D. Doratty his housekeeper's. The Green Six have D. Venzi as their sixer with seconder M. Tibot. The Red sixer is M. Anderson. Good going, Sparwood A! Deficit for 'Pass schools BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Alex Wells, auditor for the Crowsnest Pass school division, has advised trustees the school division has a deficit of $28,000. This is due to the fact the September enrolment was short of the projected figure. Operat- Heart fund blitz set for Monday COALDALE (HNS) - The annual blitz for the Alberta Heart Foundatibn will be conducted here Monday, Feb. 26. It is being sponsored' by the Catholic Women's League of the St. Ambrose Church. Mrs. Theresa King is convener. More canvassers are needed. Persons willing to assist may contact Mrs. King at 345-3461. TnnTmTirmfmTniiitjrjmnmiiiiiniHiiiniinainiiiiiiiisiidtiiiiJsiiuijiiiiiiiJtiiiiHiiiiiiiiiFNtisiisMiiiiiri Coaldale survey probes need for senior citizens' home COALDALE (HNS) - A sur-vey will be conducted in this area to obtain information regarding the need for accommodation for senior citizens here. The questionnaire will refer to three types of facilities, home for the aged, self-contained rental accommodation and nursing home. It is being conducted by John Boon and George Schmidt, members of the joint hospital planning committee. Volunteers are needed to carry out this survey. A concentrated effort will be made in the surrounding area. Mr. Boon, director of preventive social services department of the Barons-E u r e k a NON DRINKERS deserve to pay less for fire insurance They do at Abstainers'. Because our experience has shown that abstainers have fewer accidents, fewer home fires. That's why we can insure for less. If you're a non-drinker, can you afford not to look into Abstainers' insurance for your lome HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd.Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINERS' INSURANCE COMPANY Th� only Canadian Company providing automobile �nd fira Insurance xclusivtly to abita!n*ra* Health Unit, says results from this survey will be compared with a similiar one done by the preventive social services department in 1971. It indicated more senior citizens' living accommodation is definitely required. Few mishaps hi January TABER (HNS) -A single motor vehicle accident involving more than $200 in property damage and three minor incidents accounted for the $672 total property loss during January. The previous record shows a total of three accidents in April, 1971, for a total loss of $400. The 32 convictions under the Highway Traffic Act included many speeding offences. There were two "stunting" charges. One cost the youthful driver a fine of $100 for careless driving. In January, 17 persons were convicted on liquor charges. An additional 11 persons were housed in the cells while intoxicated and released when capable of self control. Police reported 11 convictions under the Criminal Code. Charges of theft of goods and a break, entry and theft case brought three local juveniles into police custody. ing and maintenance of the school buildings was higher than anticipated. Instructional supplies exceeded the forecast figure. Quesionnaires on the divided school year and on the French program will be mailed to citizens of the Crowsnest Pass for reaction before the school board makes any decision on each. STRIKE STEPS In the event of a strike, the board is taking all possible steps to keep schools open, if only for part of the day. Library or study periods would be held. Candidates for assistant secretary - treasurer will be interviewed. The board approved the request of the Pass Headstart Program for a loan of some of the stored equipment in the Cameron School in west Coleman. LETHBRIDGE WATCH AND REPAIR M. MIKHAIL 48 HOUR SERVICE Over 20 years experience 544 13th St. N. Phone 328-9856 Wilson Donaldson has returned from a week-long training program in Chicago conducted by Duradean International. During the program, Wilson of Duradean Rug and Upholstery Cleaners participated in sessions which covered all aspects of dealership operations. Classes were conducted by members of the Duradean International headquarters staff at Deerfield, Illinois. Wilson attended sessions in absorption cleaning and spot removing; carpet construction, personcl and telephone selling; national and local advertising; special services 1o retailers and decorators; contract cleaning services, and business management. Upon completion of the training school, Wilson received a certificate of recognition from Ford A. Marsh, president of the world wide organization. Wilson Donaldson employs an exclusive absorption process to clean carpeting and upholstered furniture without soaking or mechanical scrubbing. He offers seven services to his customers: absorption cleaning; soil retarding; mothproofing; flame retarding; anti-stat retarding service; spot removal and carpet repair. Wilson can be reached af 328-5886, 327-6984 or 328-7605. NOTIC CITY OF LETHBRIDGE 1973 RENTAL OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 1973 Equipment Rental priorities by the City Engineering Department will be determined by the City License. Truckers, Equipment Rental and Excavating Firms, and other related businesses may list their equipment available for rental at the Engineering Office upon obtaining a City License. mm FF GREAT MONDAY, FEB. 26th TO DAYS SATURDAY, MARCH 3rd NEW CUSTOM COLS Attractively mounted Plus $1.00 Handling Limit One Per Child - Two Per Family Groups 89c Each Additional Child Age Limit 5 mons. - 12 yrs. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY CUSTOM COLOR PORTRAIT COMPLETE WITH ATTRACTIVE METAL FRAME ESPECIALLY SUITED FOR YOUR PORTRAIT E 4 .89 Includes Handling A. Phone 328-0111 CROSS SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd AVE. SO. Phone 328-0222 ;