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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 30 Cents Top Price 46 CALVES EXHIBITED AT CLARESHOLM SHOW T. tion was a group samting of calves. Eaten company of Calgary paid 30 cents per pound or roial of S234 for Bill Brown's prize Tsinning calf won the grand championship award in the SiaYely-Clareshqlm Calf club show held in the skating rink last Tuesday, Leonard Sund- R. C. MOTORS, ELECTRIC Fully equipped shop, expert for the repair cf fractional and three phase motors. MeKeuie Eteetrie Ltd. Pfacae 3837. 254 MIMEOGRAPHING ASA, WORK CAREFULLY DONE J. S. Brown, care Sronrs's Musical Supplies, City. FTTTIXG. Staff sentat: cesdav _______________________. ston GritL Present from Cardston I were Mayor J.S. Low. represents- 3 lives from the Board of Trade. town couscilmen and Legion repre- sentatives including the Dr. Key. The purpose of ihe meet- ing was to organize a committee; to sponsor a reser WRECKERS MCLAUGHLIN Gange and Auto Ccreer ol 4ta ATC. ana 3rd St. Phone 2918._______10 F2ED- a speciality. 9g4-6tfl St. S. Pfaoce 2735. ARCHER Interior asd Exterior Decorator. Modern Sqaipnaent. Pho-e 2463. WELLINGTON BROS, The Decor- ators." ISffi. ?or estimates KEPLER AVIATION CHARTER sightseers trios. FIT- shone 3472. Hes. 611-ICth St. a 1853 While moisture wem down seven commenced with a banquet, served in the recreation hall by the grade 11 class to their seniors, the par- eisht inches before this rain of graduates the high! now has gone down some 18 inches stag and special guests. Miss providing a reserve for acy periods the toastmis- of dry not weather that is expected to icllow. Rivers are expected to assume flood proportions bv weekend and many farmers residinc on low land are becoming concerned. ____ At Turin rains in s vicihitv of the Vul- end of the golf course, the Calls Long Of Fernie BEAUTY PARLORS__ __ CALL SSAXTTT PARLOR lor your Next Hair Do. Phone 3352. 80T PIANO TOTING GERARD HOEK3TRA Phone 3355. 1505-4th ATS. X. ______________________ 1362 RADIO REPAIRS i Lights Shadows I KEPLER'S Lorraine Shearer was the toastmis- tress. Grace was said by Rev. W. J. Colleit- The only toast was to the graduating class find was pro- nosed bv Mrs. W. S. Korek and re- i sponded" to by Eva Gibson, j The graduating exercises were j presided over by Blaine Hudson and j consisted of a varied program, in! which tne scnool rana and aiegiee had onjv dust 01- hit! under the: oirection. A. and misk varietv this nast week.! Head, took part Wilhani Chilton SftVKVeff UTitini Thursday plaved a violin solo and a group of students beautifully dramatized, the song "Smiling Miss Irene MacAllister sang a group of two solos. The valedictorian was Edward Ritzen. In the absence E. Pitt, the principal, who is ill, A. J. Schmeidl gave the address to the students who are graduating. Alex Macgregor, chairman of the Macleod school division, "made the presentation of diplomas and with each diploma the girls received a bouquet of red carnations and the boys a white boutonniere. The Men's club award, was made by the president. Rev. W. J. Col- lett. for high standing in the year's work in grade 12. Thw was won by Jean Lewis and Edward Hitzen. morning, a light rain is falling. v.hich has turned shower. into a heavy to Marvin Sower and Marjorie Bower, and was made by Mrs. H. A. Pairbairn. Siudenc Union awards for good all-round students were made by A. J. Schmiedl and were presented to: grade 9. Jacqueline Edwards and Lynda Staples: grade 10, Leonard Rice. Don Moser and Mary Sd- HUMAN VANITY Man may be "master of his And "captain of his soul." But like those of the falsely treat His strategies are droll. lie steals from Time his years foretold. And then, poor egotist, He builds a cage of chrome and Sold And wears them on his wrist! Applebaum in The New York Herald Tnbuce. ODDS AND ENDS Aarii showers in June. Lone hare dandelions planned us. Of this jcu will agree; Now we'll garner sweet revenge With a spot of 2-4 D. Immortal courage fills the human wards; grade 11, Stanley Lewis and i breas: and lights the living way of Elaine Hudson; grade 12. Wayne Baker Eddy. Amundsen and Gordon Hudson. The Reader's Digest award to the valedictorian wa> received by Ed- A woman in Hull. Eng., found in a tin box while sweeping ward Sitzen. Perfect attendance out her chimney. We've heard about awards were made by Miss Mary people having money to burn. Burke and were given to: grade 9. i Ritchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS F.O. BOX 940. TELEPHONE 2619 5 and 6 ACADIA BLDG. 612 THIRD AVE. 8. TO HOLDERS OF DOMINION OF CANADA BONDS Due June 1st, 1946-1949 The above bones having been called for redemption on .Tune 1st, 1946, as the price of 100 ana interest, holders should present their bonds for redemption at the earliest possible moment and re-invest the money. We fcvit-e you to make use of our facilities in effect- ing the redemption of your bonds, and shall be pleasetl to submit suggestions for re-investment of the proceeds. James Richardson Sons The Col. Lyndon chapter I.OJXE.! Jacquoline Edwards: grade 10. Alex grade eight proficiency award went! Ritzen: grade 11, Mayre Watkins and Ruth Tilden; grade 12, Edward Ritzen. The members of the graduating class were: Wayne Amundsen. Olene Amestad. Orlan Berg, Edward Brown, Ray Chatlerton. Eva Gib- son. Gordon Hudson. Don Lewis. Jean Lewis. Margaret MacDonald. Ken McDowell. Pat Murray. Matt Hamage, Edward Riizen. Shirley Sharpies. Henry "Vfaack, Roy Witvy and Perle Hawthorne. Following the commencement ex- ercises which concluded with the school song and the school veil a dance was held in I.O.O halL McFARLAND BLDG., LETHBRtDGE PHONE 4335 TURIN GIRLS PRESENT OUTSTANDING DISPLAY of the fin- est displays of hand work shown by the home economics class in. their classroom Wednesday afternoon. i This class is comprised of girls j from grade seven up. Their teach- i er is iGss Ena Brownell of Picture Butre. There were aprons, blouses, skirts, dresses, linens for the home. j as well as crocheting and embroid- j ery work. All the work was of an i unusually high standard. The girls I also demonstrated their ability as cooks and hostesses, serving tea to all visitors, of whom, there were a number. The boys taking "shop" also dis- played their among which were trays, stands, coffee tables, tie racks, containers of various sizes. This class is conducted by J. Lowry. The dramatics class displayed a number of artistic stages, furnished with furnilure made to. scale, de- picting scenes from various plays. This work was also of a high stan- dard. a OLD VIRGINIA PIPE TOBACCO T V OLD VIRGINIA FINE CUT The match business is also affect- ed by strikes. "WHITE MAN MUCH CRAZY" Two pictures, one showing a dila- pidated house, the other a field BABY BUGGY REPAIRS FSRNIS. Harvey j Brown passed away suddenly at the i Fernie hcsaital eariv this It j First prize went to a Cherokee In- bsheved" a heart attack was the dian who wrote: cauaTof death The deceased BABY BUGGY whesls retired, re-] Both pictures show white man of age and had resided i Paired Sevfce whUe you crazy. Make big Plow hill. h for Ovcr40 years. He Water wash. Wind biOw soil, grass ta esteem bv the entire all gone. Squaw gone, papoose too. i No chuckaway. No pig, r.o com, no -rfeg deceased is sur-.-ived by four plow sisters: Mr3' and ilrsr eat. Indian eat buf tepee, moccasins make terrace. No build dam. All time eat. No hun; job. No hitch- hike. No ask relief Great Spirit make grass. Indian no waste any- VOGUE BEAUTY SHOP j 408-13th Street North. f The Latest in Hair Ssvanc. I GtrARANTESS RSPA1R5 TO ALL Phore 22S7. 824', MAKES RADIOS. HEARING AIOS and APPLIANCSS 322A 7th St 43S3. 1178 BERT MAC'S 315-7th St. S. Phone 3232. 381 BICYCLE REPAIRS Phone 3232 BERT MACS Where thev build up of j-our Net the Charges. 315-7th St. S. BARRETT'S thing. White man much crazy. A POCKET LIBRARY A newsstand today is something wonderful to see. Is isn't what IE used to "pe for today you have a pockes library to choose from as well as the usual inviting spread of papers and magazines. And that 25-ceni reprint array of books is a new and remarkable development in the book world. Today it is 3Ig Business with five comoanies pro- ducing to date 144.000.000 copies. These tabloids seem to have on" instantly one reason being the variety of reading material offered. Thev range from Shakespeare to Zace Grey. "See Here. Har- takes the first place in point of sales, having a distribution of 2.400.000 copies. Like the "pint digest-type magazine, the pocket- size reprint book is having a great innings and all connected with the badly washed cut, were printed in j lucrative venture are said to be the Oklahoma. Farmer Stockman.! "cashing in" but the authors. They! which offered prizes for the bess are getting the small end of the essays suggested by the pictures.' deal. j couver. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon from the family resi- dence, with Rev. Allen oCiciaiing. The pallbearers were A. Slaver. K Stewart, w. Whirtaker. J. Cam- wath, M. Wfaitelavr. J. Marshall. EXPERT RADIO i American. English, earned HEPAIRS- ALL in stock. BERT Jt >f AC'S 3I5-7th St. S Phone 3232. 3S2 MOTHER PASSES S5VEN Mrs. Ben Had received the news last Fri- day that her mother had passed away as her home in Oslo. Norway. ATTENDS COVRSE Lorraine Sederberg lefc on Tuesday for Edmonton where she will at- tend the Young People's Short Course n.t, the University of Alberta. A full program is arranged for the week, commerjcms June 6. WEEKLY REVIEW OF MEN BROADCAST A. R, C. of devastation and. cestruc- A WORLD i years OF DISCONTENT tion. We are viewing today a world of "With the world as it discontent, with an epidemic of strikes, strikes which affect the na- tional economy and disrupt the ordered lives of the individual. Phrases, such as the of "tialOG "rights of the etc.. have become cliches, meaningless to the ordinary ___ _________ inciviaual. turned to uses as they carrriag out the virrue of self-help. are to add fuel to the fire of dis- content, kept alive by demagogues whose sole business is that of agi- tation. There are no doubt wrongs to be remedied, as there always will be in an imperfect world, but the faulE is with the methods used and the inoDportune time in which they are etaploved in a world whose pri- marv business is to recover from six John McPhail Buried, Blairmore it Is good to see men and women attending to their own vocations, far removed, in spirit afc least, from the world's affliction. So I thought when on mv daily walks I saw men and wo- men attending to their gardens. clearing sites for the erection of homes, reiving on their own labor, In one case there was a father and mother and a daughter working snade arc hoe. They seemea happv'iri their work. They were preparing a site for a home for the daughter who was to be married shorilv. The bride-to-be was par- ticularly energetic. Here. I thought to myself, were peonle who were letting the worlc >go bv, intent on what was a labor of love. They bespoke that peace and contentment which, in a world as it is is not easv to find. The present and the future were in their own keening. Authorized HARRISON, McCORD COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Original Equipment RADIATORS AND CORES .Radiators Ltd. 114 Eighth St. S. Near C.PJK. Station Phone 4121. "Desire to Ability." (HNS) ing relatives and friends formed a lengthy funeral procession that ac- companied the body of the late John McPhail. who was accidentally killed when struck by a locomotive while working last Monday morn- ing, to its final resting place in Blairrnore Union cemetery, Wed- nesday afternoon. With members of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, .of which lodge deceased was a charter member, and the United Workers of America attending in a bodv the funeral procession left thi familv residence and proceeded tc Blairinore Central United churct where services were conducted by the Rev. J. McKelvey. From the church the procession proceeded through Blairraore to the cemetery, the Rev. McKelvey offi- ciating at the graveside services and the Elks burial service was read by Geo. MeSan. lodge chaplain. Active pallbearers, all members of the Elks lodge and fellow-employees, j were: Harvev Carmschsel, Anthony Vejprava, A.'Vangotsinoven. Jr., Cy- i rus Fabro. Fred McKay and Henry j Duhamel. Honorary pallbearers, i fnends of many years standing, i were: Mavor E. Williams, John A. McDonald, Dave Dexnp, Sr- Fern- ley Millett, Wm. McVey and J. Wol- stenholme. Besides his wife, three sons and i a daughter, deceased 23 survived by j two sisters Aiinie and Kaiy of Cal- j garv. and wo brothers, Charlie of j Calgary, and Archie of I Natal-Michel Changes j Business Hoars NATAL, change] of in the business hours t throughorf the week has been ac- cepted by the Natal-Michel mer- cn'arsts with the result that the new schedule commenced on Mon- dav. June 3. The main, change in the wee'dv business schedule is on i V.'ednesdav when the stores close at 12 noon, ar.d on Saturday when j the stores vul! close at 6 p.m. in- j slrad of the previous 9 pm. The following are the bUM- new hour? agreed upon by the IOCK! merchants: Monday. Tuesday, Thursoav and Fndaj. open from 8.30 a m to 5.33 pjri.; Wecnesoay open from S.30 a.m. to 12 noon. ?.nd Saturday open from 830 a.m. tcr 6 p.m. TWO ONLY SUGAR BEET TRAILERS Our usual heavy construction; fully guaranteed. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers NEW BUSINESS Our new boiler and welding shop is now open and we are accepting orders for BOILER REPAIRING PRESSURE AND GENERAL WELDING We have portable equipment for all work. It is our intention to manufac- ture low pressure heating boilers when steel and equipment are available. Liberty Welding Boiler Works 1402-2nd Ave. S. -Phone 3931 B. L. X Johnston VISITOR AT FERNIE FERNIE, B Joe Determan of Lethbridge is visiting her mother, Mrs. George Bella, and her brothers. Hugh, Leonard and Harold, in Fernie PLACE YOUR Hail Insurance NOW WITH B. J. MERCHANT METCALFE BUILDING ATTRACTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK AT CAPITOL MONDAY and TUESDAY JUNE 10-11 "TOO YOUNG TO KNOW" And on the JEAN GAULD'S DANCE REVUE WEDNESDAY and THURS. JUNE 12-13 "The House On 92nd Street" And on the stage JEAN GAI'LD'S DANCE REVUE FRIDAY and SATURDAY JUNE 14-15 "DOLL FACE" And on the stage JEAN GAULD'S DANCE REVUE -----A NEW STAGE SH6W ROXY MONDAY TILL WED. JUNE 10-12 "HOUSE OF DRACULA" LON CHANEY Also THE BEAUTIFUL CHEAT" THURSDAY TILL SAT. JUNE 13-15 "UP GOES MAISIE" Ann Sothern, Georsc Murph> Also "GUNNING FOR VENGEANCE" USE BOOKS OF THEATRE GIFT TICKETS EVERY CABINET MAKING Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. ___ LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. 6U-6th Are. South. Phone 3538. WORKMANSHIP CLARKE BI3C. APPLIANCE PARTS AND GUARANTEED. PHON3 4554. 1625 RADLVTOR REPAIRS RADIATORS LIMITED HAHHISON-McCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original equipment ceres. 114-Sth St. S. Phons 4121. 1583 i ROY'S RADIATOR STOHE FIXTURES. I tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- household asd children's furmt-ire paid cr ouv-of-town and toys made, refinlshed or re- paired. Shop. St South. Phone 3553. 102 CEMETERY MEMORIALS Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. UETHBRIDGE MONTJMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs. 325-ath St. S. 1633 CONTRACTORS NEW LAWNS An necessary material on hand: fully modern equipment: also lawn. mowers and clippers sharpened. A. Bachman. Lawn Contractor. Phone 12110. Roy "Scrap. 327-3rd St. S. Phoas 2583. _________1522 REFRIGERATION_____________ REFRIGERATION Sales Serriee. J. E. Joces. Phone 4555. Ave. C.. Lethbridge. 194 RE-TREADtXG Re-capping and Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBRIJ55E MOTORS AND ACTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4258. 1270 BUILDING, Construction Plans and Supervision. G. H. Lambert. Phone 2077. 322 RETREADING, RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING "The Most Modern and Best Equip- ped Shop !n the South." J. A. SARDINE'S TIRE SUFPLY- 1226 i 402-ls; Avenue South. Phone 35SO. 1657 CLEANING SERVICE For Soring call your Full- er Brush Man. Phone 424L 213 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ROOFING CHARLTON i HILL 304-9th St. S. Phone 2599 16S7 j ALL TYPES cf electrical work i repairs by careful workmen. McSen- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 142" ROOFING, Siding and Insulation. Reg. Jones and Res Duce. __________Phone 4550_______1393 REPAIRS ___. j PEAKE i PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tcrjsrork. Phone 3929. 514-7th Ave. REBEK ELECTRIC. 710-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1696 FARM LIGHTING 110 vole and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLT CO. 2a5-10ch St. S. Phone 3843 or 3758. 1720 FLOOR SANDING FLOOK SPECIALIST Floors Laid. Sanded and Finished. AH Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. 137-Hth St. N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID. SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modem Way. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. All work guaranteed.__1055 AND FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHONE 2569. We welcome cut of to an business. 90 24 Eour Service on AU Makes of Small GAS ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Ma-crag Sales and Serriee. 317-8th Street South, Phone 4458. 3S3 SEWING MACHINES WE REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co.. 620 3rd Ave. 5. 2243. 921 SEWING SERVICE HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Sieger Sewing ilachine Co. 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. DHSSSMAKCTG ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GSAHASf. Phone 4494. 122 McFarland 123 BUTTON-HOLES. Work guaranteed Mrs. K. Harris. 14 Devon Court. Phone 2332. 63 SHOE REPAIRS STEVS-S SHOE RSPAQt SEOP 322-7th SE. S. Phone 3955. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Sbap 7i4-3rd Afe. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob 3arva. 951 FURNITURE MOVING McLEAX TRANSFER Storage, Crating. Packing. Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. 640-Sth St. S. 430 1 LUXURIOUS FOB COATS in the latest srvies. savtag priced. Expert restyHng. relicing. cleaning and In- sured storage. Also cloth coats aad LEE DUCK. Tailoriss acd Hat work. 330-13th St. N. Fhoae 2770. 1336 TILING TILES (Asphalt) Supplied and laid by experienced craftsman. PEHCY HAMILTON, 137-14i.a St. North. Phone 2532. 459 TIME SHEETS GARAGES. ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stack. Any quantity. dresses for every occasion. i NEW YORK FUR i DRESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs. Phone 3276. 604-3rc A-.enue a j HERALD JOB DEFT. Phone 3203. __ 485 VACUUM CLEANER SERVICE GENERALJiEPAIRS Service. Ail inakss. I LAWN1IOWSR3 and SAWS ened. Bicycles ar.d Phor.ograpJis. Locksmitli and Gunsmit... Union Repair Shop. 123S-3rd Ave. S. i lOiO I "ROOFING" applying Reck _ I McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3537. 252 UPHOLSTERY GRAHAM AND JELFS Cacsterfield Upbolstering and Retailing. ____ _. and Car Uphoistering. Fujrusamig. All work guaranteed. We specialize in Wool Insulasioa and Asphalt 406-5th_St. S. Phone 3470. 1125 to builGiags. old or new. Ex- ________ Vui- belt Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Denser. >ONE ACCIDENTS Phone 4263. 1S70 8 SMlford Block. Phose He is at orescni rest- j. USE SUPPLT me in i 402-ist Avenue South. Pisoae 35SO. -i fAT a here he few weeks. Ar.oiher fonncr LatSca. !s a: present a tiue to a rrare a vcl-sng ar. injured foot. ccafiaed for a bov Joe i a i Short Stop Service Station BraSa ccider.i in- Service. 4th Ave.-Sth Si Faoae 4167. 5-50 WATCH REPAIRS VISITS GR.VVDMOTHER HNS j Doreer. Mevet of N'ar.ron. accom- by her coix-.n. Eileen of Bow Is'.ar.d. is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. J. Aieyer, week. Expert Watch asd Ciock Repairs. ilAC'S WATCH SHOP. Cc-aldale 15T2 i SUFFERS ARM FRACTURE I the in- fans daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. i Romanchuk. had the misfortune to break an arm The child was taken i to ihe hospital. WELDING Pnoce 3S93 for Portable VTeldsr.g. Prompt Service. Guaranteed Work Richard's Wsldirg. 323 4th St 1251 We change the steel rims of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue. Phone 2544 1590 ;