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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta John Davidson's Plant To Have Two Big Lathes NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Con- struction is well under way along Elk Valley road in llio vicinity of Kiki's warehouse for East Kootenay Steel, a new firm. East Kootenay Stee! will ma- chine and fabricate with steel. Its business will be a combin- ation of machine shop 'and fac- tory for steel fabrication. Chmer and manager John Davidson reports a 10-ton over- head crane is being installed. The shop will have a 48-inch lathe with a 200-inch centre and a 17-inch lathe with a 60-inch centre. Other major equipment in- cludes a number 2 milling ma- chine and a six fool arm ra- dial drill. Summer Games Plavoffs Held MAGRATH (HNS) Gard- ston MD track and field play- offs for the Pincher Creek summer games were held here recently. Winners will go to Pincher Creek'to compete against nine other counties and municipal- ities, surrounding Lethbridge, from Aug. 9 to 14. Card- Results were as follows: 1M YARD DASH Junior boys: Royce Wright, iton; Darwin Wilde, Magrath. Midget, boys: Vive Eggbrecht, Glen- hill; Dean Russell, Cardston. Bantam Boys: Kelly Wilde, Card- ston; Lary French, Glennill. Senior Boys: Don Christie, Cardston. Midget Girls: Judy Rasmussen, Ma- gralh; Gwen Fox, Glenhill. Bantam Girls: Gloria Layton, Glen- hill; Hovey, Magratb. No Junior or Senior girls in class. 320 YARD DASH Senior boyi: Don Christie, Cardslon. Juvenile: Royce Wrioht, Cardston. Midget boys: Cllve Egebrecht, Glen- hill; Kevin Scout, .Magrath. Bantam boys: John Bibo, Magrath: Kelly Wilde, Cardston. Midget girls: Judy Rasmussen, Ma- grath; Gwen Fox, Glenhill. Bantam girls: Karren Knobliek, Cardston: Gloria Layton, Glenhlll. 440'YARD DASH Juvenile boys: Dale Smith, Cardston Midget: Kim Karren, Migrath DemchI Olsen, Cardston Bantam: John Bibo, Magrath; Ken Leavitt, Cardston. Midget Girls: Heather Olsen, Card Eton; Jean Hull, Cardston. YARD DASH Senior boys: John Cope, Carrisipn. Juvenile: Peter Campbell, Cardston Midget boys: Marvin Lee, Csrdston Reed Smith, Cardston. ONE MILE L Juvenile boys: Peter Campbell Senior boys: John Cope, Cardston. Midget boys: Marvin Lee, cardSTon Sob Rice, Magrath. 110 YARD RELAY Juvenile boys: Donald Hamilton anc Rusty Rolllngson; Darwin Wilde an 8 Midget toys: Glenhill; MasratJ. Midget Girls: Magralh; Glenhill. Bantam Girls: Magrath; Cardston. Bantam boys: Magrath; Cardston. 440 YARD RELAY Midget boys: Cardston. Juvenile boys: Larry Leavitt, Card aton; Bruce Rirle, Magrath. Midget boys: Uwe Eggebrach Glenhill; Don French, Cardston. Bantam boys: Kim_ Jensen, Cart Bton; Jerry Leaviti, Lardsion. Midget girls: Shari Marsden, C Heather Olsen, Cardslon. Bantam girls: Karen Knoblic Cardston; Cheryl Russel, Cardston. LONG JUMP Juvenile boys: Joe Pitcher, Ca ston; Ken Allred, Cardston. Midget boys: John Niinikowski, M grath; Leonard Bourne, Magrath. Bentam boys: Kim Jensen, Card slon. Alfred McMester, Glenhill. Midget qirls. Judy Rasmussen, Ma- th; Lofl Smith, Glenhlll. Bantam girls: Karen KnnblicK, rdston; Gloria Layton, Glenhill. RIPLE JUMP uvenile boys: Joe Pitcher, Card n; Ken Alired, Cardston. Midget boys: Jeft Tallow, Glenhlll; an Russell, Cardston. Juvenile boys: Matkln, Card Xdget boys: Charlie Brandt, M ath; John Nlznlkowskl, Magrath. Jantam boys: Melvin Wong, M ath; Kelly Wilde, Cardston. fidget girls: Debbie Roberts, Card on; Heather Butler, Cardston. Bantam girls: Shari Hohm, Ms ath; Roberta Gruninger, Magrath. ISCUS Joe Pitcher, Cardston. Midget boys: Allen Covey, Card on; Ben Layton, Glenhlll. Midget girls: Heather Butler, Sh arsden, Cardston. Juvenile boys: Ken Allred, Care jn: "Dale Smith, Cardston. Midqet boys: Charlie Brandt, Ma ath- Don French, Cardston. Holiday Set TABER (HNS) Monday Aug. 3, will be a civic holida here. The civic holiday will be ot served here in the form of race meet sponsored by tl Taber Rodeo AssociaHo which carries with it the par mutuel betting attraction. ASPHALT 4 PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND ond GRAVR Construction Ca. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 Usual equipment such as a s h a p e r, iron worker, pretb brake, plate sheers ami plate rolls are also being installed. The plant and equipment rep- resents an addition of to the community and district of Spanvccd. Mr. Davidson hopes to open e doors of his business within month. He completed Ms ap- renliceship in England in 1938 nd has worked almost contin ously since in the business. He as a supervisor in a steel mil t Regina, Sask., and was par f the team which developed pecialized 18-foot boring ma [lines for the prairie potasl lants. He moved to this area 18 months ago to work for Kaiser lesources Limited, and recent- y decided to go into business on his own. He was successful m obtaining one of the first fed- eral incentives grants in this area. PRESENTS CHEQUE Barry Onlkean, right, presents a big cheque, both physically and fiscally County 26 councillor Miro Tomasta. It is for the R I Baker Junior High School Students' Union donation to the Coaldale Sportplex project. Mr. Tomasta is a mem- ber of the southern county regional recreation board. I he. presentation was made at the recent sod-turning cere- mony -Mary Tymburski Photo ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 latunlay, July 4, WO THE HTHBKIDGI HEBMD 15 B.C. Tel Building New Concept SPARWOOD (UN'S) The building planned for the Spar- vood exchange of B.C. Tele- ihone Company represents a lew concept in exchange build- ngs. The structure will be a pilot project to determine if ransportable buildings can be used to meet the needs of tire company in tlu's and oilier com- munities in the province. The building will be prefab- ricated, delivered and erected on a slab. The building is to be square feet and its shell will probably take one week to er- ect on the prepared concrete slab. The new exchange will have an initial capacity of tele- phone lines. A spokesman for the company states thai even- tually the exchange could ba expanded to lines. Family Worship BARONS (HNS) worship services will be held in the Barons United Church during July on Sundays at a.m. Rev. Stanislav will be sivsy on holiday. The services will be conduct- ed by members of the con- gr'egation under the direction of Mrs. E. Dooh'ttle. NEW WESTGATE APARTMENTS NOW RENTING! 1 and 2 bedroom apartments now available for Im- mediate occupancy, tocated ol 16th Avenue ond 13th Street South, Scenic Drive. These apartments are large units with modern decor including intercom system and other features including a magnificent scenic view. FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION PHONE 327-1696 >op-In Centre Wins Patrons TABER (HNS) Respons o the drop in centre after vcek's operation is encourag ng, recreation leaders told th Taber Kiwanis Club. Recreation program directo Miss Sandy Langman and de partment of youth employee iliss Mary-Ann Rue and MiS- Susan Polsky outlined the lus- ory o{ the centre. It is located in the basement of the court louse building. They told the club programs 'are played by ear" to meet the needs of the participants who have been interested in reading and dancing. Crafts are available at the centre. Patronage has been mainly young Indian people, though some locals have also partici- pated. Hours at the centre are from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The closing hour is delayed to midnight on week-ends. Centre directors will report to the youth department at the conclusion of the season. Femie Lawyer Named Judge SPARWOOD (HNS) Fer- ule lawyer Hugh Swayze has been appointed provincial judge serving the Sparwood area. He succeeds Judge Gs o r g e Hovind who resigned several weeks ago. Mr. Swayze, SO, will take over the post July 20. A graduate of TJBC, he is a member of the law firm Hislop and Company. He intends to continue his law practice but will not han- dle criminal cases. SIMPSONS-SEARS Management Opportunities In Our Exciting, New Lethbridge Store! Here is your opportunity to become a part of Canada's fastest growing, most progressive Retail Organization. Preference will be given to those with proven retail management ond experience although consideration will be given to those applicants with allied sales experience. Exciting career opportunities for Male and Female Managers in the Following Departments: Sewing Draperies Ladies' Sportswear Ladies' Infants' Wear Men's Furnishings Shoes Hosiery and Millinery Cafeteria Candy and Tobacco Unmatched Employee Benefit Program Includes; Above average salaries: plus sales commissions. Profit Sharing: Every member after 1 year's service shares in the profits of me company. Free Life Insurance: For all profit-sharing members. Group Medical and Blue Cross Insurance plans. 0 Discount on purchases: for employees and dependants. 40-hour week, paid statutory holidays with sick pay allowances, Paid Vacations: 2 weeks after 1 year, 3 weeks after 5 years, 4 weeks after 15 years. Apply in Person to our Temporary Employment Office 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Wedneday- 1281 2nd Avenue South West of Lethbridge Arena Phone 327-0988 All Inquiries Are Strictly Confidential! SI M PSONS SEARS Where the New Ideas Are! THI JULY ISSUE OF INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN Illustrated, Pubs Gremlin "The Best CAR BUY Of The Year" SMALL WONDER GREMLIN ON A DOLLAR-FOR-DOLLAR RASIS IS SELLING LIKE HOTCAKES RIGHT ACROSS THE COUNTRY! MAKE MOVI UP TO ONS NOW AT THIS RED HOT ONIY ........Vi fRSiGHT) NO DOWN PAYMENT! at low only, per month I Gremlin ii one ef the most economical tors ever built. Road test, dem- onstrate fuel economy of up to 27 miles per gallon. This coupled with Grem- lin's hu0e 17.5 gallon fuel lank gives it on operational range of well over 450 miles without refuelling. The standard engine is a powerful 128 H.P. Six. The optional engine is a MS H.P.Six. loth deliver power and plenty of it for any Canadian road. This it Gremlin and If has features that may well make it the most sensible tar ever buiM. It is big enough to seat 4 adults in comfort a truly unique automobile from American Motors. ALL COLORS! ALL SIZES! IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! I I NO DOWN PAYMENTI CONVENIENT TERMS! OPfN EVENINGS TIU 9 P.M. UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. I I Corner 3rd Avenue, 3rd Street South Phone 377-2805 ;