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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1946 MINE RESCUE TEAM PLACES FIRST NATAL, rescue team, the So. 1 team which tal-Michel teams ownpeting in the annual East Kootenay Mine rescue competitions held at Kimberley on Juae 8 fared better, than that of last year Then not single prize was This year the No. 2 mine rescue team captained by Henry Eberts of Natal took third priae- First prize and a trip to the coast urent EO the veteran combined Coal Creek-Pemie team while Kimber- ley took second. The other Natal-Michel mine did not rate in the prizie standings was captained by Beg. Taylor ol Michel. In the First Aid competition Na- tal-Michel entered lour teams, three in the senior class which failed to mate the first three prize rating and one in the senior ladies' class -B-hich took third prize in the cosapetition- The ladies team was ca plained by Miss Nancy of Natal. Kindserley took ihe majority of the first aid prizes. Take NewD Delivery ragfine The tJJ. D. has just received delivery of a drag-line, an impressive piece of machinery. It has been on order for a vear but was onlv now avail- able at the factory. It "will be used for cleaning out ditches and for many other purposes such as mov- ing_diit, etc. _ Ufte MJD. 01 Cochrane imi pur- chased almost a complete line of new road equipment which is now out in the district in operation. It is planned to do road work in each of the five electoral districts this summer. The road equipment is doing a few days work in Hill- spring before moving into district 3. Piaas call for it to move from district 3 into district 2 then dis- trict 1. then back to 4 and 5. A few road gravelling projects are being undertaken. Factory Workers' Picnic, Park Lake Cana- dian Sugar Factories Umiied de- clared a holiday Friday and spon- 117 Delegates At W.L Convention DISTRICT NEWS PAGE ITVB Busy Southern Alberta derson of the Jollilfe district were COALDALJ2-CHNS) hun- at the bedside of her father dred and seven Delegates and John sharpe who is critically ilL registered at tee Coal- FROM UTAH cale United churca recently for all Mrs. Clin- cay sessions of the Tsber WJ con- is- -home from Laytoe. stituency convention. Mrs. Henry Utai, she her par- TVatnc, ____> iOES TO OTTAWA I Oerson CI tae oissriCi, weic Julius fin the class. Graduating ex- arson left this feek for Ottawa ercises were held in the school audl- constituency convenor pre- sided, and with her on the form irere Provincial WX Flresi- dect, Mrs. EL EL Morion, and Mrs. er.ts, Mr. and-Mrs. A. D. Miller. ENJOY PLAYS MAGRATH University of Alberta Dramatic Society provided tries WX Mrs. Chas. Gordon i an ecjoyabte evening of entertain- 7-1 acted as secretary. Mrs, F. Rutten president of Coaldale WX welcom- ed the guests and presented the four ladies of the executive lovely corsages. The salute fo ihe flag -sras ceded by a tribute to the flag _____ _____ ____ _ _ _ by Mrs. M. McCann and the sing- sored an all day picnic at Park j icg of "O Canada" isi A Mrs. H. meat at she Assembly hall Thurs- day, -srita the presentation of three under the direction of Sydr.ev Risk. M-A. PLAN CONVENTION Graduating Class Honored, Raymond Business Directory For Quick, Efficient Service in touch with: Colorful commencement exercises were pre- sented lass right in the Raymond torium Friday, June 7. MARKS 76TH BIRTHDAY SEVEN Ward chape! and amusement John Mever was pleasantly surprised hail in honor of 14 members of tee on Monday afternoon when a num- high school graduating class. A fuil her of ladies called on her to help' course banquet was served under her celebrate her 76th birthday. I the guidance of Miss Ouve Brana- Mrs. Meyer is the earliest pioneer ley. of this district now living here, hav- j List of 1945 graduates follows: ing come with her husband over 50 Kay Cookj_ Pearl Kapxxrk, Robert jears ago from their ACCOUNTANTS H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia. Block. 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Phone 1S38- MOTORS, ELECTMC Fully equipped shop, expert -work- man, for the repair of fractional and three phase motors. XeKenzfe Electric Ltd. Fhoaft MR. ABB CONDITIONING FREEL SHEET METAL McClary furnace and modern air- conditioning. See oar floor display 1329 HILL She is hale and esjbyiag good health. KOYAL PURPLE MEET MILK RIVER MIMEOGRAPHING AM. WORK CAKEFUIXrT DOMK J. S. Brown, care Sro'am's Murieal __________Supplies. City. 1871 FITTING LAN CONTENTION Jure 12 the GIen "he I.C.F. board for the Maclecd the gndnaas itcen Sheet Metal and Roofing Contracts. le asdhearty cffie Larson. Shoji Nakashima. j Furnace and Eavestrough. Danny Nishiraura. Barbara Kathleen Taylor, FKED a. spedaTii 27351 C.C.F. Lake. All employees and their families were inviied and over 600 attended which includes both Picture Butie and Ravmond. The company chartered a C.P.B- train which left- Raymond at. nine Grunewald at the piano, the latter also accompanying lor the com- munity singicg throughout the day. Mrs. John Ross of Chin was in charge of devotionals. taktog as theme "Hie Good f 3rd St. Phose 2913. 10 f _, vue and Barons. The executives of the High River and Little Bow con- stituencies were also represented. VISITORS FROM IDAHO GLSNWOOD (HNS) Mrs. Clarence Wight had as her guests last week, her sister acd in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alder of Weiser, Idaho. On Tuesday eve- ning Mrs. Wight was hostess at a familv dinner, honoring Mr. and Airs "Alder with the "Wight chil- dren all at home for the occasion. NON-STOP Lethbridge to CRANBROOK IS.OZ11 n ill til iCifc- -k tiJiWiiuL Ait o'clock with a load of nearly 400 M passengers and arriving at Coal-1 hos hurst where they were transferred by cars and buses to the picnic grounds at Park Lake. -The day had a full program with games, races, swimming, Softball and horse-shoe pitching, in which were laid for a constituency riav evenir.2 tee Lion's ell itioa and banque: which j jn'y, smith's office for th on behalf of the lodge was present- ed with 3 gift. LION ELECTIONS MILK i club met! Lightning Bolt Fatal to Farmer AVIATION KEPLER AVIATION CHARTSR sightseeing trips. Fly- tog School. Piper Cub Sales, Ser- vice Phone 3380 or 4333. Kenyon Field. 1417 Modem Phone '-Z4SS. 1718 WEIXINGTOS "The Becor- ators." St. 1907. For estimates phone 2472. Res. Sil-lOgi. St. S. 1353 0 j eyeryone ticipate. were permitted to par- At the noon lunch hour, a smart program was presented in which employees supplied the full enter- tainment. As well as a fine holiday all em- ployees were credited with the day i cal _numbers. inciudin Most interesting and informative PIANO TTN1NG CALL WESTBROOS'S 3SACTT PARLOR for your Next ttair DO. All work guaranteed. Phone 3852. 607 GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3353. 15G5-4ih Ave. N. 1SS RADIO REPAIRS burgh. Chin. Beaver Mines. Siacd- resident of off. Sundial and Coaldale, also! Gordon Merlasd. president of the j attended the WX convection _ from Lethbridge Northern Giris" j students' Union of Alexandria High j Coaidate on June 14. Mrs. Everett j WamCr Koval r Urpl a oa rs I J as if worked and transportation was supplied by the sugar com- pany. It was the first train ride for "many of the youngsters. HOME-SCHOOL GROUP MEETS ATCARMANGAY CARMANGAY (HNS) The Home and School Association held the last meeting for this term at the school on June 10. Club and the Coaldale Girls' club, j School. Medicine Kat. was valedic- is delegate from Mizpah local, Mrs. The splendid reports were iriier- torian of the 1545 graduating class, f Frank Sakatch from New West. ;persed with several special rausi- Former Seven Persons students, i Mrs. H. Taylor, as one of the con- Koerjg and Miss Annie An-'Tenors attended ar.d gave a paper. Davis at the organ. Mesdames Powell and Kemper of Chin, with Mrs. Lewis at the piano were heard in duets, while Mrs. Jack Smith and Master David Howelis pleased greatly with vocal solos. In her address Mrs. Huichinsprs brougflt greetinss from the district School Entertainment Brings Out Parents HONOR PAST OFFICERS RIVER veteran band and choir leader ANNOUNCE BIRTH tioa of new convenors for stand- i oj Southern Alberta, celebrated his! ArrTiK-' orvsji __ (ENS) __ 1 ing committees. These were: -n i -Ll1- ___ LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. Sll-6th Ave. South. Phone 3553. STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, household and children's furniture and tovs made. refinJshed or re- paired. "NiC-Nac Shop. 415A-3ra St. South. Phone 3558. 103 Mi S8th birthday June_ll. Many South. Mrs. Audrey Davidson as j curing the and evening to con- nf Mrs_ Rid- fmmi't'-a nlfi rnan_ I T. Walker presiding. Plans were AT TVATERTON LAKES made for the members to attend MTT'.K: and j WX convention in Coaldale June 14. Mrs. Madge, Eelen and their house Mrs. J. W. Knibbs was named a guests from. Ontario left for Wat- delegate, with. Mrs. T. WalKer as Park this week. alternative. An invitation to be the guests of the Burcett WX in Aug- ust was accepted. It was decided to bring the matter of improving to Mr. and Mrs. j the cemetery before the municipal i.._ daughter corwenor of citizenship; Mrs. Rid gratulase this fine old man. j S. S. Newton was bom 1858 at' Sunderland. Durham, England, one in St Michael's (HNS) Mrs. S. I Thomas returned last week to her j s j home here after spending almost j a month in Utah, visiting at- the j lev convenor of handicraft, and Mrs. A. C. Harris, convenor of culture. The uew convenors for i of a familv of nice children. Taber North are: Mrs. J. Paul, i father died in England and his j handicraft; Mrs. E. McEroy, home mother came to America with her economics; Mrs. Hanley. citizen-' VISITS DAUGHTER and Mrs. a and Mrs. Robertson, child home of her daughter Louise. Mrs. j local Ladies' Aid catered to a delicious luncheon at noon, and the 'aber Lee Nordstoni and with other rela- j Coaldale was again chosen for t> tives and old friends. It was the j 1947 meeting tuace for Tabf first visit to her old home hi Uish i south, while Iron Springs wiil be in 46 years. She made the trip by j JJQJJ to Taber North, air. PLAN CELEBRATION (HNS) Aaronic i Priesthood members have taken j over plans for-the July 24 celebra- tion and the men are busy .getting ithe park cleaned UP and the stam- jpede grounds nrepared. A big day ijs planned to mank Pioneer NOW CONVAtESCING- SPRING COULEE (HNS) llrs. family 10 Utah, 1375. By trade he j is a brick mason and architect. He worked on the Salt Lake Tein-1 pie for 15 years prior H> coming toi ATTENDS CONVENTION (HNS) E. council. The next meeting will be Wednesday. July 10. CEMETERY 3tOIORIAI.S Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS phone 3920. R. Needs. 325-8th St. 3. 1632 CONTRACTORS NEW LAWNS AH necessary material on hand; fullv modern equipment; also lawn mowers and clippers sharpened. A. Bachmaa, Lawn Contractor. Phone 2110 1225 RADIATOR REPAIRS RADIATORS LJMTTED HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleanlrg. re-cor- inK with original eauipmenfc 114-oth St a PhOtti -5121. 1583 ROY'S RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- livery naid on out-of-town wcrJt Roy Keaip, 327-3rd Ss, S. 2685. 1522 REFRIGERATION REFRIGERATION Sales Serricet I. S. Jones. Phone 4355. 1906-7th Ave. C_ Lerhbrtdge, 1S4 RE-TREADING He-capping and Re-treading NORTH LETHBRTBGE MOTOBS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAtt Dealer. Phone 4258. 1270 BUILDING. Construction Plans and i -er T Canada LTI Ca He laid tne comersLone Kteaaiiig the convenUon of the Western Stock Growers. VISITORS FROM Alex- ander, who witii his wife and little------------_. daughter are visiting in PurpJe i Supervision. G. H. Lambert. Sprihas from eastern Ontario, vis- ited Slonarch en Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander are also going to visit relatives in Sfanaiino, B.C. assisted in has also constructed many promi- nent buildings in town, ne has been active in music and has or- ganized many choirs and bands. MOTOR TO COAST Mr. and Mrs. C. Bircfc left on Thursday on L. Kroeger. who has been' at the good health. Central sanatorium, for the pasti He is the father of 17 children. three months, is now convalescing 10 bv a former marriage, 13 are still He has been a temple worker'for an extended motor trip to the Pa- the past few years and is enjoying at the home of her parents, iflr. and Sirs. P. Brown. living. They are: from ciSc coast. They expect to visit in Vancouver and Victoria, also to visit in U.S.A- Mrs. J. S. Low, Miss Dorothy New- ton. Laurence Newton, Mrs. Leo Stutz. Mrs. Ira Levy, Mrs. Aldrich: Stuart Newton of Leih-! bridge: Mrs. Sue Poisons at Berke- lev. California Mrs. Mary David- son of Pocatello, Idaho; and in Salt Lake Newton. Richard Newtorl. John Newton and "Mrs. Laura Thornas. He has 35 children and seven great grandchildren. One sister. Mrs- Ciara Maughn, 83. of Long Beach. California, is still living. IN CALGARY SPRING ___K. Patrick of Calgary is visiting Rex with her sister, Mrs. J. Curtiss. DEL BONITA DEL BONITA (HNS) The Bel Bonita Home and School associa- tions local here sponsored a sports and niccic for the returned men, June A very nice location was found in the community pasture in 1-20 and a very delightful cay vras had by the fairly large attend- ance. With a good part of the school students away to the Ma- grath track meet, the school clos- ed at noon to allow parents and children to attend the picnic. Sports for young and old were indulged in. comiriuniiv singing. Mr. A. Lar- son save a "brief welcome home speech for the service men. and a one minute silence was observed for those who will not return. Re- turned men and a pick-up team played a Softball game, and the game between single girls and mar- ried women provoked much merri- ment. It was an ideal day, boys and girls enjoved bathing in the river, one unfortunate accident happened when Melvin Godionton, diving into the river, fractured his arm badlv which necessitated hos- pital treatment. The evening -oc- cluded with family's all sitting down to the picnic- lunch brought along, with ice cream being passed around to everyone. GRANUM VISITORS GRANUM (HNS> District] homes had as guests the following: Mr and Mrs. Flebotte of Ensign visiting with daughter. Mrs. Harry Brown: Mrs. Geo. Brown of j Lethbridee with her par- ersts Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown; Mrs. L. Snuth, of Macleod. visiting j i over the weekend with her sister. I Mrs. S. Mar'.ette: Mrs. T. Narkus of Dawson B.C.; Mrs. Mc- Farlare of Ottawa, visiting with Mr. s and Mrs. E. Moir; Miss Fay Trod- den and Joy Trodden of Spring 1 Point, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Daley; Mrs Elizabeth AIM- i son cf visiting with Mrs. E. Reynolds. j ATTENDS WEDDING (HNS> Mrs. Bess Chambers left for Lethbndge on Wecnescav to attend her daughter VISITS SISTER SEVEN and Mrs. Ciins Konrad are enjoy- ing a visit from the former's sis- ter, Mrs. J. Janke. Mr. Janke and daughter: Mr. and Mrs. G. Herman and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Janke, Jr., all of Kulm. SPRING COULEE VISITOR SPRING B. Epp of Saskatoon Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Lane. HOME ON LEAVE (HNS) Miss Marie Engman. cadet nurse of Great Falls, Montana, is spending a 10- day leave v-siting her mother and other relatives here. RETURNS FROM TRIP Mrs. A. Hovis recently returned to her home here after enjoying a long with her daughter Shirley (Mrs. Francis Duvab and family at New Amherst. Mass. GFESTS IN MONTANA and Mrs. Henry Mueller visited his sister in Montana oa Sunday. RUBBER HEELS ALSO BROWN Ait for them by name juanita's wedding to Saturday. L. Walfcer on AT SON'S GRADUATION SPRING and Mrs. R. S. Thompson left this week for Berkeley, California, to attend the graduation of their son, Wiiiiam. j ATTENDS FUNEFAL i SPRING HNS J I T. Berwick and daughter Carol ar- rived home on Tuesday from Rose Lynn where she went to attend the j funeral of her brother, Donald i Burpee. AEROIL WEED BURNERS Each Each Each Insecticide sprayer attach- ments. Each THE AEROIL WEED BURNING SEASON IS NOW WEED CONTROL THE AEROIL WAY! Weeds are one of the greatest of all farm pests. Safe, reliable control is now possible through the use of the famous Aeroii weed burner. No need to wait until weeds have gone to seed before being dry enough ;o burn, The Aeroii burner gen- erates a searing fceat from kero- sene which dries and eradicates even the greenest of weeds thus them before they are abJe ro seed destruction for the following year. Aeroil burners have countless uses around farm and are readily adapted for use as insecticide sprayers. A complete range of sizes available to suit all types of operation. You Always Do Better At Hoyt's 2077. 322 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ALL TYPES of electrical work and repairs bv careful workmen. McSen- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3925. 514-7th Ave. South. ___13.8 REBER ELECTRIC. 7IO-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1696 FARM LIGHTING 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth St. S. Phone 3845 or 3753. 1720 FLOOR SANDING FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid. Sanded and Finished. Ail Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Tears Experience, 137-I4th St. N. Phone 2532. 1174 IVIERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID. SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Way. Phone 3319. 3G8-7th A S- _______AUjgork guaranteed. 1055 FLOORS SANDEb AND FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHONE 2569. We welcome out of town business. 30 FCRNITCRE MOVING McLEAN TRANSFER Storage. Crating. Packing, Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. 640-5th St. S. 430 RETREADING. RECAPPING AJH3 VULCANIZING The Most Modem and Best 3jolp- ped Shop the South." J. A. TDXE 5UPPLT. 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. 1657 HOOFING_______________ CHARLTON 3t 304-Stb. St S. Phone 25S9 I68T ROOFING, Siding- and Reg. Jones and Hex Duce. Phone 4550. 13BS REPAIRS 24 Hour Service on Ail of GAS ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Maytag Sales anti Service. 317-Sth Street South. Phone 333 SEWING MACHINES WF. RFP4TR. nil Work guaranteed. Stager Machine Co.. 620 3rd Ave. S, Phone 2243. 921 SEWING SERVICE HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Sewing Hachlne Co. 520 3rd ATC. S. Phone 2243. 320 DRSSSMAK2NG ALTSBA33ONS DOHOTSY GHAHAit Phone 4434. 123 ilcFarlsnd Bids. ils BCTTON-HOL3S. Work guarantsed Mrs. H. Harris, 14 Destni Court. Phone 2832. 68 SHINGLING SPECIALIZE to Cedar and Asbestos shicgling. Promp serrice. Sebert Bros., S20-7th St. N.. Lethbridge. 13M SHOE REPAIRS STEVE'S SHOS REPAIR SHOP 322-7th Si S. Phorss 3355. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 7l4-3rti S. Satisfactorv Work. Bob 3am. 3SL FCRRIERS LUXURIOUS Ftra COATS, in the latest styles, saving priced. Sspert restyling. relining, cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and dresses for everv occasion. NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs.'" Avenue S. CLEANERS _ LEE DCCK. Tailoring and Has St. Phone 277Q. I33S TIME SHEETS GARAGES. ATTENTION MECHANICS T3QtE SHEETS carried in stock. Aav qnantitv. Phone 3276. i HERALD JOB DEFX. Phone 3203, 790 485 REPAIRS__________ VACTOI CLEANER SERVICB LAWNMOWER3 and SAWS sharp- GUARANTEED Vracuu5n deanar eised. Bicycles and Phonographs j Service. All makes, repaired. Locksmith and Gunsmith, i JlcKenzie Electric Ltd, Phoas 3637. Union Repair Shop, 1238-3rd Ave. S.; 2SJ 1010 i tXSULATJESG AND ROOFING We specialize in appl; VPHOLSTERT GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. _ _ Rock Wool tSulatioB and Asphalt Shin- gles to buildings, old or new. Sx- Truck Seats and Car Upholstering. perienced crews on the job the year j Fumigating. AH round. Wtstern Home Improvement Co. 8 Stafford Block. Phone 2853. 181 LADIES' AID MEETS 406-dth St. S. Phone 3470. 112S VCLCANIZING TRACTOR. Truck Car Tire Vul- canizing. Guaranteed. bels splicing New and Used Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOXOKS AND ACTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAK Desler. Phone 4268. 1870 Turin La- dies' Aic met in the Sail kjtcnen i Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. Arrow- j smith. Jr.. was the and i Mrs. Bessie Noraeen presided. I Sewing was harided out for the fall bazaar. Mrs. MjtcheU donated 3 cushion and Mrs. Turnage don- ated some print. was a fair attendance with two visitors from Lethbridge; these 'sere Mrs. Alien, snort Stop Service Station Brake Sr. and Mrs. Mitchell. No meetings .._.__ will be held during July and Aug- ust. Tire Repairs and Vulcanizing of afl Kinds. Belt SpHcias. "A Complete Tire Service." J. A. TIEE SUPPLY i 402-lst Avenue Stouth. Phose 35SO. 1 '___________________________1686 WHEEL ALIGNING Service. 4th Ave.-Sth St. Phose 41S7. 560 LIONS ELECT OFFICERS HILLSPRING (HNS) The Lions club helcx its regular meet- ing in the HiUspnng cafe Thursday evening. The annual election or of- ficers was held. New officers be- ing: President, Owen Jackson; 1st vice-president. Grant Caldwell; 2nd vice-president. Marion Cald- weJl; directors: Mslvin Lushman and Dean Wyrsder; Lion tamer, Dewey Sroith; tail twister, Ed. Pet- erson. WATCH REPAIRS Expert Watch and C5ocs Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP, Coaldale. 1572 WELDING Phone 3899 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service. Guaranteed Work. Richard's Welding, 323 4th St. S. 1251 We change tie rims of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubSsr tires. WELDED PRODUCTS INEWSPAPERi 210 1st Avenue. INEWSPAPERif Phone 2344 1590 ;