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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FORTY-SEVEN YEARS Leonard Roy Binning and his wife May accept a luggage set and a bouquet of fltwers from Jim McClean, division master mechanic of the locomotive department, for Mr. Binning's years of ser- vice wilh Canadian Pacific Railways. Mr. Binning entered CF> Rail service Sept. 2, 1925. He started as an engine wiper at the lethbridge roundhouse for 30 cents an hour. Since then he has been a fireman, carman, craneman and a foreman. At the time of his retirement Mr. Binning was the assistant mechanical supervisor of the car and loco- motive department. First aid Task course June 12-23 A St. John Ambulance firsl aid crash course has been lanned (or Juno 12 to June 23, f sufficient registration is re- ceived. The course will consist o[ wo hour lectures each night or the two weeks. Fre registration is required, and must be received by June 9. Further information can be obtained by phoning 328-5971 or 328-7777. The regular meetings of tha jrigade have been recessed for .he summer and no new mem- jers will bo accepted until fall. However, public duty will still carry on. Public groups who will need the St. John Am- bulance service (luring the ummer must contact Gerry DeHeer at least two weeks ahead of the date the group is needed. Clothing seminar planned Sept. 15 to Dec. 9 at U of L Dr. A. Kernaleguen, from the University of Alberta, will be instructress for a clothing semi- nar to be ottered in Lethbridge from Sept. 15 to Dec. 0. The course will meet every other week on Friday evening and Saturday morning, for a total of seven class meetings. Prospective students may re- ceive either undergraduate or graduate credit. The course, called CLTX 417, deals with the behavioral sci- ence aspects of clothing, a rel- atively new approach to the field. STRETCH STITCHES GET TH8 FACTS f IL fr 18 ago EINA rAvl. created Sftttch Stlfehei. Now comp.tllon ait getting excited SUPERMATIC can ao more than our ptlitori' 1971 moduli. rirr. tiw EINA SUPM- rAll: MATIC !i raled (he oit veriatile tewing DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU THY For free demonitration contact SEWING CENTRE 408 5th Strut South Phone 337-8877 or 327-tllf Traditionally, clothing courses iiave focused mi design and con- struction of clothing to meet the needs of families. With the new approa ch to clothing, focus is mainly on the individual what are the func- tions clothing in a particular culture, how are choices and preferences in clothing related to the cultural and social set- ting as well as to the composite of factors which together make up the personality of the indivi- dual? Any graduate home economist or teacher in southern Alberta is welcome to take this course. Interested people who do not wish to work towards a degree, or do not want credit may apply to register as special students. First stage of reservoir nearly ready The first stage of the West Lethbridge reservoir construc- tion will be completed early next week, a spokesman for the .engineering department sau Friday. The work was to have teen completed by May 31 for the city to be eligible for forgive ness by the federal governmenl of 75 per cent of the project bor costs. A four-day extension has been granted because o time lost during a March snow storm. The contract called for th< pouring of concrete for the lw< m i 11 i o n-U.S.-gallon reservoi: and masonry work on thi pumping station. The total cost of the projec is the spokesman said SANDALS High Urethone Sandals, Clogs, and Ties. Open Wednesday Afternoon, Thursday til 9 p.m. WORLD OF SHOES olh Street S. Phone 328-9336 Construction doivn in May Construction in the city fell 'f slightly during May, com- arcd with the same month last car. The building and Inspection apartment issued 89 building icrmits totalling In lay, 1971, there were 103 per- mits issued for worth f construction. The biggest decrease was in le amount of house construe- on, with 23 new houses total- ng started this May om pared with 48 houses total- ing started in May, 971. Five permits issued for con- tuction of garages and service tations accounted for about ne-third of the month's total, Construction to date this year otals After five montlis last year, the total was Officers of Army to transfer The Salvation Army has an- nounced that its two Leth- aridge officers are to be trans- ferred from this area. Captain and Mrs. Harold Cobb, commanding officers of the Lethbridge Corps, will as- sume the responsibility of cor- rectional s e r vices representa- tives in Peterborough, Ont. Auxiliary Captain and Mrs, Keith Sayers who have served as the family services officers in Lelhbridge will take com- mand of the Red Deer Corps of the Salvation Army. The appointments will be- come effective June 29. Re- placements for these two offi- cers will be announced next week. ARBORITE Decorator Eight Colors .95 PLYWOOD Jaycees elect slate Tie Lethbridge Jaycees In- troduced their 1972-73 slate of officers at their annual induc- tion and awards night. Murray J. Leslie has been elected president; Harold .J Love as first vice president; Gary Hansen as second vice- president; Con Weibe as secre- tary and Rick Saito as treasur- er. At the same meeting awards were given to: Murray Leslie! for Jaycee of the Year; Con Weibe for Jaycee of the quart- er; Maurice Landry and Phil Edmundson for committee of the year. Phil Edmundson and Dan Ladene both received spark plug awards. Ron Fabbi was given an award for outstand- ing service as past president. At the Northwest Regional Convention held at Lloydminis- ler, May 19 to May 22, the Lcthbridge Jaycees were one of four units to be awarded the status of Blue Chip. This award has been created to recognize Jaycee unite that have achieved their goals in areas if growth, management, and leadership (raining. ONLY ONE Sunburst Ceramics of Lets- bridge is the only ceramics manufacturer in Western Can- ada producing a full line ol consumer oriented ceramic products and for some items is the only manufacturer in Canada. luesday, June 6, 1972 THE IE7HBRIDOE HERALD 15 CEDAR t.) LAWN CHAIRS Special Q.99 Each Only J AT REVELSTOKE Specials In Effect June 6 to June 17 TRELLIS'S Fan :1 Rectangular PICNIC MBLS Cedar Construction Unstained .95 10" 12" .85 ft. 10 I SALLOH FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 4 BALIQNS! ACT NOW- LIMITED TIME ONLY! Olympic STBIR The factory representative will be In the Saturday morning, June 10, demonstrating (he use of Olympic Slain. METAL STORAGE SHEDS '.9! PARTICLE BOARD 6.95 Per Sheer FILON TRANSLUCENT FIBERGLASS PANELS PATIO BLOCKS Grey 25 Colored 29 SIDEWALK BLOCKS 24" x 30" x 2" 2.15 eacll 26" x 96" 4 oz. 26" x 120" 4 01............. if Free brochures OR fences. Ask for a free estimate before you build your new fence. 4t Come in and see our display of Sungold Kitchen Cupboards. Bring ycur measure- ments for a free estimate. Our fibreglas factory representative will be in the store Saturday mcrning, June 10, demonstrating the uses of fibreglas repair kits. fc Repair your fibreglas boat now for sum- mer fun ahead! AQUON JUNIOR VANITIE CHAIN SAWS 24.50 48" Reg. 26.95 CHARGE? REVELSTOKE Your One Stop Home Improvement STORE 1602 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5777 Open Daily Monday Thru Saturday 8.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Ervin Buck-Manager ;