Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
r> Roundup; of Speaks Monday COALDALE (HNS) Dis- fcrimination will be the topic at the public meeting to be held at 8 pm. Monday in the Coaldale Scout Hall. Peter Cresswcll of the Al- berta Human Rights Branch in Edmonton will conduct the meeting and there will be a discussion. It is open to every- one. Okay course NATAL (HNS) The Fernie school district trustees recently approved trustee Jack Pidgeon's motion that the board adopt family life and sex education at the Grade H and 12 level as proposed by Percy Pullin- ger, district superintendent. Mr. Pullinger told the board that "it was apparent that the course was well received by both students and parents" and that "the key to its success lay in cooperation from the medi- cal fraternity in giving many of the lectures and assisting with the planning." Mr. Pullinger also recom- mended that consideration be given to giving the course to Grades 8 and 9. Holiday set NOBLEFOHD (Special) Moyor Arnold Lubbers has pro- claimed Monday, Aug. 7, a civic holiday for residents of this vil- lage. Tops in bridge MILK RIVER (HNS) rge Roberts recently spent sev- eral days in Edmonton, accom- panied by his son. Mr. Roberts is the second Milk Riverite to possess a life master's certificate in bridge by competing in the regional bridge tournament which at- tracted in the neighborhood of fiOO bridge players from west- ern Canada, the U.S. and Ha- waii. Mrs. Doris Michaelis was the first winner here of this award. MOBILE HOME PRICED TO CLEAR 14'x68: 3 Bedroom MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES PHONjE 327-1986 She competed successfully play at Palm Springs, Calif, in January of 1971. Trustee needed SPARWOOD (HNS) Fernie city council will be asked by Iruslccs of the Fernie school district to call for nominations for a trustee following the re- signation of Ted Stafford. Mr. Stafford, recently ap- pointed by the board as its building program supervisor, resigned by letter to the board. He also informed trustees that because lie has accepted a posi- tion in Hamilton, Ont., with the Steel Company of Canada, he is unable to accept the building appointment. Head injuries SPARWOOD (HNS) John Rammagc, JO, of Elkford was admitted to the Michel Natal Hospital recently suffering head injuries. He was later transferred to a Calgary hospital for treatment. He was a passenger in a 197J small car owned and driven by Noel Collins, 19, of Eikford. The ear was travelling west on Highway 3, at Michel when it skidded, hit a cement em bankment and overturned. Th two other occupants of the ca were not injured. Slienton family to gather for reunion on Aug. 6 By CATHIE RETI Herald Staff Writer ENCHANT Immigrating to a new country with new ways of life proves say Shcnton family members. They will be celebrating the occasion of 60 years of living in Canada at a reunion here Aug. 6. There are 250 descendants to George Shenton. The family started when Mr. Shenton mar- ried Emily Willshaw in Novem- ber, 1891, in England. Mr. Shenton worked at sev- eral jobs as a laborer, and when prospects grew dim in England and there were rumors IT WAS 60 YEARS AGO The Shenton family came to Canada from England 60 years ago to live in Alberta. Top, left to right: The late Mrs. Emily Shelton, who died in 1945; Edith, Enchant; George, Pincher Creek; centre. Nellie, Enchant; Florence, Enchant; front: Harold, Edmon- ton; Elsie, Hussar; Mable, Camrose. They will be having o family reunion Aug. 6 in the Enchant Community Hall to which all descendants ore Invited. COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lethbridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE I MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. Box 148 'I CRANBROOK NANCY MILES (Special) 304 5th St. S. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKIA EHNES................. Gen. Del. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGG........................Box 381 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising BECOME PART OF THE SCENE WITH THE EXCITING NEW PANOLOC PASS-THRU REAR CAB WINDOW at LETHBRIDGE GLASS NOW ENJOY YOUR LEISURE TIME TO THE FULLEST WITH ALL THESE ADVANTAGES OFFERED BY PANOIOC Comfortable flow through air ventilation provided by unique doubtp diding safely panes with openings up to 22 inches wide. Carefrrfl vacation travelling with rosy access between cob and camper. Beauty and durability within n framework of wpldnd anodizpd aluminum, free of corrosion, leoks and rattles. Assuring safety are -the automatic self-locking window! and optional screen, removable only from inside. Convenient booh are available to match openings on all camper and truck windows. Panofoc by Lethbridge Glass of prosperity in Canada and Australia, he decided to go to Canada. Leaving his family of seven children and wife behind, Mr Shenton arrived in Halifax March 10, 1907. He worked al coal mines and after suffering an injury he came West to Leth- bridge in 1909. Here he worked on the high level bridge, worked as a farm- hand, and filed himself on a homestead rear Enchant. After years, Mr. Shenton sent for his family in England. The family was to come on the ill-fated Titanic, but some- thing prevented this, so they sailed lo Canada on the Empress of Britain After arriving in Lethbridge, Oct. 15, 1912, the family stayed at the Windsor Hotel, and wan- dered around Lethbridge await- ing the arrival of their father lo pick them up. On the way to the home- stead the family had to ford the Oldman River with a four- horse team and wagon. The children became involved in Canada in things they had never done before. Gopiier chasing was a thrill 'or the boys, the girls started a do housekeeping for families n Taber, and the two younger children, who were told to pick up a sack full of buffalo clips, ajid not knowing what it meant, picked up a sack-full of bones. The family lived through the imes of the "dirty the laying of the CPR railway and the introduction, of Irriga- tion into southern Alberta. George Shenton died in 1927, and his wife died in 1945. Their children are all still Jiving in Alberta. The Shentons will be cele- irating 60 years in Canada on Aug. 6 at a dinner and pro- gram in the Enchant Commun- ity Hall. SHENTON FAMILY TODAY Here ore Shenton family members as they look todays top, Edith, Harold, George and Elsie. Centre: Nellie. Bottom: Florence and Mabel. Resolution rejected SPARWOOD (HNS) Fer- nie and district are receiving interested response to its briefs supporting construction of the Kootenay and Elk Railway. But there were two setbacks. The Union of B.C. Municipali- .ies has declared it will not accept Fernie's resolution at its fall convention because it is of a regional nature rather than of province-wide interest. The B.C. Chamber of Com- -icrce rejected the brief be- cause Fernie didn't pay its membership last year. In the case of the TJBCM Fernie council didn't feel too badly handled since briefs op- posing the Kootenay and Elk, sent in by Trail and Revel- stoke, were also rejected. MUNICIPALITY OF THE TOWN OF Fort Mctcleod ALBERTA A CIVIC HOLIDAY Has been declared by Town Council on AUGUST 7th! Saturday, July 59, 197J THE IETHBRIDGI HMAID 3 SAM STEEtE'S SWEETHEARTS One of these young Marcy Pighin, Debbie Henderson, Dions Golding and Lara women will be named Sam Sfeele Days Sweetheart when tauzon. Winner will succeed Mary Pascuzzo os Cran- Cranbrook opens its fourday annual ding an brook's lovely ambassador to a wide range of year-round evening theatre pageant Thursday, Augusl 10. They are, community celebrations. Mrs. Reuben Penne1- continues front row: Charlene Salanski, tori Kennelly, Shane Swan- her function as Mother Hen in preparing their pageant, son, and Heather Holdaway; and back row, Diane Brown, Sponsor of this event is the Royals Hockey Booster Club. Miss Janice Bosch showered with gifts COUTTS Janice I sical number, Let It Be Me. Bosch was honored recently with a miscellaneous shower leld in the Coutts Civic Centre. Sixty friends and relatives were present. Darlene Jaffary and Noreen Thielen entertained with a mu- During the remainder of the evening the guests compiled a humorous scrap book on the life and school days of the bride-elect. Assisting Miss Bosch at the gift tahle weie Marion Madge, Lana Thielen and Hoxanne' Conway. The gilts were re- corded by Louise Taylor. Janice Bosch, second daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bosch of Coutts will be mar- ried to Cynl Schcon of Warner. MOBILE HOME Double Wide 24'x40' 3 Bedroom MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES PHONE 327-1986 Ra (ing the radials. IN TESTS BY TWO OF EUROPE'S LEADING MOTOR MAGAZINES, STEEL-BELTED RADIAL TIRES RECEIVED HIGHER OVERALL RATINGS THAN FABRIC-BELTED RADIALS 1969: Auto Motor und Sport Magazine 1s' Uniroyal180 (Steel) 1970: Auto Motor und Sport 1971: Auto Zellung Magazine Michelin XAS (Steel) 5T" Phoenix Sen. (Fabric) Metzeler Monza (Fabric) Fulda P 23 (Fabric) UniroyaMSO (Steel) 1s' UniroyaMSO (Steel) ONO Pirelli CN 36 (Steel) Michelin zX (Steel) KleberVIO (Fabric) Semperit (Fabric) These tests included: handling on curves, 6TH Dunlop SP 68 (Fabric) steering exactness on a zig-zag slalom 1 course, braking distance and behaviour, addition, Auto Motor und Sport included acceleration and skid resistance on a wet a test tor tire noise m '69, winter suit- circular track, comfort and wear. In ability in '70 and aqua planing tendency TheUniroyaJRallyelSO Steel-Belted Radial won 1st place overall in 3 out of 4 tests. 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