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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEC THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 21, Lions Arc Pouring Into Watcrton Park For Their District Convention WATEHTOR LAKHS NATIONAL j PARK. from S and Montana clubs by the fcua- dreds are gathered ai WsMrsoa to- for annual dutnci craven- tics, which opened Thursday after- j "oon. Set en hundred had registered by Thursday nsghi saore arrived toelsy. The is ideal for tie ecsveaaxs arra MelrOle ol dens of Lioas Clubs' association lor Canada, -arss present lor the open- lag the representative of IMSS Eugese S. Bnggs, Enia. Okla.. was Jo ar- ns rodsy. He bs lie festsiree speaker st :he coavsnuos. Tonight tse nreit 5s tie san- QUK and ball ai Paviscs. last sight the Cardston club ?re- seated tae enwrtaiwrieai. This featured a clever one-act play and a dsnce sevae oirecwd by Ks. Bre-s-ertoo. A set-wseiher dance followed. VB Big Parade n Th GOING TO CLEVELAND Or.e or TC.A.'s air gineers. 3. N. "StarT sen Ice" is the en-r Weather ?r Montreal TcrcEto ill l.'ST e Autrv. stage, sewn and appointed cowboy star of ccffipany a: Cleveianc. A.rer, Gene vrslT by _ _ Air Lines on V.'ecnesday. July 3, engineer at ssid perscnally lead" the "pic- "at" ard__ then Hat "and retired'last w-S'T as a Calgary squadron leader :r. :ne i Edmonton hX, He the Vancouver Board" of Trade. He, Forecast 'eaivs for Toronto 10 Lelhbridge Cloudy and 75 61 73 .26 .55 CRANBROOX. i tative diu not in tne southern isiSn was st a full member- j interior since interior are ts-o ireeting of the International' represented by the Canadian Manu-. _. ...______ A K_5 ireeiii-S S.I1TT Woodworkers of America local 1-405 j facturers' Association, so a. _., i here 20 to resume worii Mon-, ate aecMsary _i__________.___._ iltc v n si 36 S3 77 78 65 77 52 .32 tureo" in the area or_ Th'irsdcv. opening day of the Le'h- brjOge Victory Rally and Rodeo advices been receiv- _ __ _ eti bv the Lethbndse ally ccnsrsit- showers tee thai AU'ry nU> definitely jead wasch Cooler Saturday. Nonh 10 the parade He will be a guest at im.w.h. becoming north 25 m.pJi in -j- w------ ,0 njpjL sat- toiaght. 54. Sat- da'v" forcing in district sawxalls Mondays rtsjimption will not be ar'> Ixinibercaraps providing indi- I under the operator-union contract i Mdusl operators or the Interior 1 axned at the coast Thursday, but Lsiniber Operators' Association M_V affiliate" give assurance that the- are read} to resume produc- the Marq'jJs ho'el curing his sta-. the Msrs'jJs r-.o'el curing ms star _ _ Uhosers. Sa :n the city. The rally v.Tll .__ ,N- 'urdav. Low ThHrsdar. Fiiday sr-d at 'he oW .urday 75 Julv 4. 5. T and pro-! Mecjcsne 1 coast settlement between the and the R. V. Stewart, signed at the coast----------.. tnll be pending the result of nego- tiations between operators and union Mr. Justice Gordon Sloan as conciliation officer deal- ing u-ith a. situaUc-n separately from the coast situation. TOb. settlemeni ienas retroactive to June 30. Palomino Parade EUGENE S. BRIGGS Dry Belt Ball ANNOUNCE WINNERS League Standings PREDATOR CAMPAIGN .il V. With Autry wi3! arrive two others ir the United S'stcs -world. They are E-.ere-.t bome of York, manager of the annsia! Madison Souare Gardens rcdeo and Abe Lefton. an- i rouncer of the New York rodeo, i Tr.ev contribute to the pro- gram to be staged by Herman each afternoon at tne hricge eshioinors iTGoldefl Imported By Mclntyre Nanton DANCE AT THE TRIANON _ TONIGHT "AND EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT MUSIC BT DOW'S RHYTHMERS A. -reather and another record crowd White. Nanton. again featured the Nsnton Stasn AT MEDICINE HAT Mrs. DBiaylock and daughter Joan Taber on Friday evening lor Medicine Kat to spend the week- end with friends. _____ is schedule for the of ihe Dry Beit, sssspn of 1946: City at Turin; Sundial K Vauxhaii; Snchsst. a; Taber. winners zi tne predator contro! sponsored by tne and Game Associ- Wednesday bv Tommy orgsmzatson. Prizes ere Baptists Qose Conference Here Lomond: Taoer at :o sporumen collecting City; EBcaaai Sandal. i es; nuaioer of crow ana magpie ai Vauxhall: Tafeer at Turin- Sow City at, Sandisl a: Taber; Vaushali at Sncnanr; fcjndial K Turin. as Loraqnd; Sun- __ _ goverr_---- 10 the'secosc floor The car Ucepe Srsrch to the o..ice [of the Lethbndge CoUanw wMe i coteries' ara the 'colonization cepartraent move to the provincial building- 1 TO JASPER CONVENTION C. S. Blackstock. athletic director W'-kerms CoHpse, Newmarket, was a visitor in the city for a "few hours. Thursdav en route to Jasper Park where he -R-J! attend ____S__ _ f Announcements DR. D. A. H.---- DENTIST Fhone 24S7. CNot ye: Usted in 1784 Births pede and Palomino Horse Show J Thursday. The outstanding feature of ihe entertainment was tne showing and judging of Palominos, i The gojden horses were here irom as far south as the international border, north from VegreviUe. eass froni central Saskatchewan and west from British Columbia: and Clem Gardner, who was doing the had a real class to by the Mclntvre Ranch of Slagrath. bv Mr. Puckett as been shown. i_li n P. SL Miieson l- pod ccnducted Carvm of St. An- ol wheac is eight inches. The races were all well contested, j ae following are the winners: Santa. owner J. of Aldersj-de; 2. Yankee Gold, owner H- Willard. of Milo; 3, Gatwich 2nd. owner from Ogde-i. Utah. 6i- Kingscrest. own- i er H. WiUard of ado; 2. Ainherst. owner R. Glass of SMKler: 3. Dr. Lorrv. owners Brown and of Cardston. IV-Mile. the Augustus Nanton Alaska, owner J. Brock. Nanton: 2. Buddy Nip, owner R. Glass. Stealer: 3. Lance, owner C. Toisier. Munston. HOLD W.I. MEET ADAMS Garlic Pearles Aid in relieving arthritic and rheumatic pains. Chrome cat- arrhal cocdsuon. skin disorders such as boils and pimples. for 100 5 Weeks Supply Jackson The Fanuly Drug Store Phone 3364 L. _ Lorconc: Tuns A- Taper; Susdsal at Bow CUy. as Lomond: Enchant a: Vaushsll: Tuna at, Sundial. League Standins: Irx'ucniE zsnies plsved June 15: W. L. D. T. Vs-jT-iall........... 4 0 2 10 10 10 Lomond" 420 3 Taber........... 2 2 I Succial............ 1 0 z Turin............ 040 0 ti _ tdzes from Tommy Evass Fnday Presbyterian church spoke af-erroon at tne Heralti Job ce- fo_ ine Lore's Day AlUar.ce. anseai- Danment. inz for :ae support of the ministers 700 cro-iv and to" this organization ana its oo-ec- were collected curing the uVes. Then followel three confer- campaign. Attendance Good At Coutts Sports Day cotrrrs successful sports ever; vas held ai Coutis on Sionday, June 10, when the Coutts compaav of the Royal Canadian Corps of Caaets were hos'a to teams from Wrenthnm. Warner. Rivsr and Swees Grass. The teams were inntea to participate in tabloid sports day and some very mterestang events were run off. The Miii Kiver team of junior Boy Scouts, tne able leader- ship of Scoutmacter An Scarlett, away with the Coutts shield with an almost perfect, score of 53 points out of a possible 54. Each member of the team present- ed with silver cup, which, they J4 INCH RAIN HERE Good showers fell in the city---- rorth la the Northern Thursday evening. At; the Mr. and Mrs. Olsen and family i wish to thank all their friends for 1 the kindness extended during their recent bereavement, especially Mrs. and Miss Dunbar. Winners The following are prize winners the Palomino show. j-Vjr suckirg colt on Laurel Miller; 2. J. Puckett; 3. H Lockton. For mare or gelding j A. E- White, Nanton: 2, Ed. CHNS) members motored to the Conlon eed and as the home on Saturday afternoon for naraded around' their June meeting. It was decided brought forth not to have si picnic in July, but to if anolause from have the regular meeting in August. Mrs. Chas. McNeely was appointed as convener of handicrafts- It was decided to meet at Mrs. Peterson's and sew on the June project. and J inch, bu; a tureraent was only a shower fell at Ciaresholm Thursday spoke "on building I afternoon. teep the shield to be charge unai competed in for their next Toe high scoring senior team were also presented cups, and this team came from the Warner sen- ior Cadets. CT o 5ooa.c sndfthe s'teas that" each would neec to take to prepare for "Builcing for Dming the noon-hour adjourn- ment, luncn was served to the visit- ing delegates by the Friendly Ser- vice Club of First Baptise church. afternoon nencd openea wii of Calgary leading tne After a business penoa and a" continuation of the con-er- ence penods or tae meetrag adjourned, Final Meeting The final meeting of the Assocla- tional gathering opened with a briel song service and choral' numDers from the choir. Then Mrs- J- K. McDonald of Winnipeg, the direc- tor of the "Building for Peace pro- gram In Western Canada, spoke on Bapnst Crusaae and the pro- gress tha; s bemg mace. Mrs. Mc- Donald had verv encouraging re- Donala nad verv curou-OS-HE, ports oa the response trom all tne i- "crvset-fiirrt rrsn- Ju OCTLOOK Crop district No. BRIGHT southwestern r detachment, at Suffielfl 1548 Aibena. including Lethbridge. Cara- ston and Ciaresholm, has a crop outlook of 90 per cent, crop district No. 4. between Clares- holm and Calgary, shows 93 per cent, accordme to the Searje Grain Co reoc-t for June 14. Preclpita- district 2 is HO per cent of normarand crop district 4 is Bl per cent the report shows. The per- clntage for iZs trnole province is 81. ___________ _ _ Mrs. Malinda Lunde Buried At Barons Funeral ser- ;re held Sunday at the Bar- ons TTmred Churcn for the late Mrs_. j Market" Cases Concluded A number of Charges concerning sales of property at "oiack market' pnces have "been before Lethondge courts recently Magistrate A. Beaumont, K.C.. found Ben Starm of Lethbridge guiltx- of offering to sell a Chrys- ler sedan at, a price higher than set the "Wartime Prices and Trace" Board. Ee was fined ?5 and costs. Max HoSmaa of Ijethbndge, trad- ing under the name of Progres Clothaig Co. was fined and costs for selling gloves at too high a price and the same amount for a .cipiiia- offense involving men's EOX. Jacob Braun of Cardstoa was stocJ; horse J. Puckett. Calgary; 2. Hugh Calgary; 3. Bawmaa. Saddle horse, ridden by a 1. Jack of Stately; 2. Hugh Cozart, of Calgary; 3. Maryline Sears, Nanton. Saddle horse, ndden bv a woman Ruby ilonteitfe; 2. Jerry Puckett; 3, Marvline Sears. For brood mare in loai or foal at John Greig. Nanton; 2, H. Lockton. Nanton. Grand champion Palomino horse PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all makes of washers and small gas engines- Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES SERVICE 317-8th St. S. Alf Calhonn Bruce Dnrfee COLIN HEDDERICK 106 McFarland Bldy., Phone SS15; Res. 2196 iiucu utii -.7 field were followed.by I m me Barons a suoaer served in the Coutts hign snoTO j school. Following the supper every- Foreisn She "corn m MabfiL limn., one gathered in the auditorium for in India and Bolivia- and 1839. Her husband, Elung Lunae, ___ ne late i jacoo jsraua 01 oa-jrusioii liunde. 85. who passed fined S23 and costs for selling a ;ter 3. residence of j pord car at "black; market" price district. The Rev. while David Hoefer of Magrath was nffif-iarjm assassed and costs for selling a Fargo truck under the same condi- tions. Barons officiated TWO ONLY SUGAR BEET TRAILERS Our usual heavy eonstrucHan; fully guaranteed. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers FOR COAL STOVES NorthLethbridge Hardware YOU Know ITS RSK FOS ccLunofifT BY nflfne flT YOUS the bouts. The results of these bouts were as follows: Max Lafferty of 'Wreatham fought to a draw with Deams Bean, of Coutts; Doug Hoven of Mflk River bested Mel Huston of Coutts m the 125-lb. class: Lea Albert of MilS River showed class to "beat Jack Currie Warner; Jimmie SincUir retarv-treasurer, Thomas TJnder- of Coutzs showed, pluck and skill, j -sroocL Calgary: assistant. Rev. Wm. but was outclassed by Deil McAl- j Boanev, Calgary. The officers elect- pine of Swee1; Grass, and Puster i for "the -women's convention were: Fuller of Sunburst won out over President, Mrs. George Patterson. Gilbert Lawson of Warner. Calgarv; vice-president. Mrs. D. pre- Aleikle. Lethbndae: secretarj-, Mrs. Electrolux Cleaners Sales Service Supplies Phone 4481 I264-3ra Ave. S. Electrolm: (Canada) Lrtnited work in ________Norman Dabbs then gave the final address. Tne following oSlcers elect- ed for the coming year in the Gen; era! Association. Moderator. P. -c- Calsary; vice-moderator. Rev. G.'-vt Ward, Lethbncge: sec- The shield and cups wer_ seated later in the evening by Mr. B. G. Thomas, principal of the Coutts hign schooL The affair was climaxed by a dance in the evening to the music of the border PLAN NEW ELEVATOR (Special.) The Searle Grain Concaay is replacing its elevator and annexes here with a nsw elevator of ca- pacity. The company sold the old office building to Dan Harper who I. Beames, Calgary CANOEIST IN THE PAS THE PAS, Man.. June Tanned, cuiet-sooken. O. P. Smith. Vancouver, arrived at trus Saskat- chewan River town Thursday, 500 miles north of Winnipeg, his canoe tup from Vancouver to New York half completed. The middle-agea ex-sailor "placed his IS-foot, craft the Fraser Hiver April 11 ana omce DUilding to Juan iiarper wno i m iiooc. had it moved to a lot just south of came here via the Peace. Ataabasca -pBTmprs- ana SaskatccEwan nvers. the o'd Fanners" restaurant. SPECIAL MASONIC MEETING 3Iembers of the Masonic Fraternity of the city and district are invited to attend an Emergent Meeting of North Star Lodge No. 4, A. F. A. >t, in the Masonic Hall, Tenth St. S., on Saturday, June 22 at p-m, -when the 3OI. Degree will be conferred by PERFECTION LODGE NO. 9, CALGARY ana Saskatchewan rivers. ELECT CONVENER "Laei' Chapter, of Champion, its inoninlv meeting at the home of Mrs. J- Gulickson on June 18 with 12 members present. The regent, Mrs. J. Mark, was Ji the chair. Mrs. L- Cfcnstensen was elected as Empire Study convener to succeed Members of North Star Lodge are Remir.ced of a Reception and Dinner for the Calgary visitors in the Manjius Hotel Main Dirjag g Room, commencing at 5 o'clock. Dinner at SI 25. S _. Mrs. J. D Henderson, who will he i leaving RECEIVE HONORS MEDICINE tEETING i HAT (EKS) Mrs. Alison Smith, who has been at- i tending the diocesan meeting the Qu 'Appeile "W_A. in Torkton. Sask.. and spent a week visitirg her oM home jn Albert. Sask., i returned home on Wednesday. FAREWELL i Mrs R S Bond of Champion Mrs. Walker and Mrs D Paris of Nanton, were hostesses at a bndge party heM Jane 14 at the home of Mrs R. o Bond, honoring Mrs J D Kender- scn prior to her departure from Cbampion. A gift was presented to the guest of honor by the hostesses. Out-of- town guests included Jirs. Darley of Nanton, QUALITY INGREDIENTS IN JUST THE RIGHT QUANTITY AND PROPERLY MIXED TELLS WHY "ELLISON FEEDS" ARE GIVING SUCH GOOD SATISFAC- TION. THEY ARE ECONOMICAL SO BE SURE TO TRY THEM. Available at ALL ELLISON ELEVATORS ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR COMPANY LTD. Jlillers of Fine Quality Flour for 40 Years TRUCKERS STORM-TITE SHINGLES The Stacey Lumber Co. Ltd. The Snbwiy Lumber Are. North Fhone 3421 WIDE B4SE RIMS Goodyear Wide Base Rims, on light or heaw trucks, increase tire mileage from The more closely tbe -width of the rim is to 70% of the sec- tional diameter of the tire, the better the tire fits and the longer it will serve, re- gardless of the make. Goodyear engineers have developed a new and simplified wide-base rim pro- gram. You can get substantial savings by simply reolacing conventional side rings with rings of Goodyear's improved design. Or Goodyear's full Wiue Base TMms will help you to get all the wear and service that is built into your tires. Start saving money, drive in and see us today. YOUR YEAR DEALER GOODYEAR WIDE BASE RIM or TAPERED BEAD SEATS under both beads insure concentric mounting, fewer bead failures. THIS NEW SIDE RING increases rim base width; Interlocks with rim base and bead of tire remains securely in place under all operating conditions. SAME 28 MOUNTING f'ts ail existing spoke-type cast'Mieels. SAME INSIDE DIAMETER fits all existing steel wheel discs. PRYING NdTCH always visib'e- NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS 311-317 13th Street N. Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 4268 nFWSPAPFRI ;