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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta June 1770 THE ICTIIBRIBCE HUMID 3 Johnson SIMULATE TRAINSCHOOL BUS CRASH Joseph Takahashi and head nurse Rose Moriyama inspect injuries to victims of an Emergency Measures Organ ization simulated trainschool bus The exercise was carried out at the west cross ing at Picture High school students top photo act the part of crash Fort Macleod Stampede Set For July 1012 FORT MACLEOD HNS Preparations are in full swing for the Fort Macleod Stampede Public Library Closes Jtuie 26 BLAIRMORE CUP Bureau Inez libra rian of the Blairmore Public announced recently the library will close June 26 and will remain closed for the sum mer The library will reopen to take place July 31 and Stampede queen contestants are Roxanne spon sored by the Elks Club Joyce sponsored by the Ro tary Club Judy spon sored by the Fish and Game and Elsie sponsored by the Lions Concessions this year will be looked after by the Fort Mac leod Fish and Game and Jun ior Forest Wardens will be sell ing Many bands and floats are expected from out of in the parade in any way may contact parade chairman Tom Anybody wishing to take part Probe Robbery SPARWOOD HNS The RCMP are investigating a rob bery which occurred at the Sparwood Texaco Ted re ported a large sura of money had been The money had been placed in a locked drawer in the office and was stolen around 4 The ga rage is situated across the highway from the RCMP Build Hall9 Dangerfield Win Individual Wl Fair Honors i Tuber To Pave Wav For Pimlicr BIJRT AND WARNER HNS The Warner Womens Institute ami i tlie Hillsvicw Womens Insti tnle share Hie silver tray award this i It was awarded at llio Al bcrta Womens Institute Con1 ference and Fair here recent Warner members submitted 9G entries and won 292 Hillsvicw submitted en tries and won the same num hfr of nnillts RAYMOND 13 on overseventy ui crochet article Cerd Warner won the and years in a row but shares this chX OLD CHIEF on kitchen pi on Fred WARNER BRANCH on knitted War AV Warner Imperial on ladies or summer play logs REIDS on squares Fred Danger RAYMOND BRANCH on ladips rr girls house coat or duster Robert RAYMOND crochci trim S3 Kate Pittmarij H i HILLSVIEW BRANCH on 11 i liquid embroidery Victor Bjon Total individual points were tied this year with Hall ot Raymond and Fred Dangerfield of Hillsview each receiving 77 Each re ceived a silver There were 72 flower entries in 19G9 and 43 this year M cooking entries last year and 64 this year 119 handicraft entries last year and 138 this Complete results follow OLD CHIEF BRANCH SPECIAL on preserves Robert Hoi Milk Dry l green War ner Pat Buffet Pal War Miniature Aden All G Csfti inci plant een Plan Ray Holy Cross Anniversary Observed FORT MACLEOD HNS Ideal weather conditions pre vailed recently when parishion ers of Holy Cross Roman Cath olic C h u r c Fort marked the 70th anniversary ol he consecration of their There was a dance in the par ish sponsored by the Ber a social group of the Sunday there was a picnic in Willow Creek attended by present and former parishion They all enjoyed hambur gers and hot with ice cream and pop for the On the actual date of the an the church was filled o capacity for the solemn mass of with Redmond the The organist was Miss Jos ynn Donahue and the j u ni choir sang special folk hymn Among former parishione who came to take part in t celebrations were Minn Lethbridge ai Ed Miss Yvonne Ca gary May Ca and Bud Don hue and Michael Donahue Robert Derril Smiths Milk on cinnamon burn Fred EATONS on individual patchwork quilt Pauline j Coutt Cinnann SIMPSONS on Individual Odd Warner CLASS COOKING White Bread Robert Coults Keith Brown Bread Aden Cd Henline I I I I I I I I I I I I I I AGRA MART LETHBRIDGE GIANT CLOSE OUT SALE WE ARE CLOSING OUR LETHBRIDGE OPERATION VERSATILE PARTS WHIIE THEY UST Off Regular list Price Cash Pries Only SMAIL LOADER ENGINES 20 OFF 9 and 10 SWATHERS 103 self 218 new Versatili propelled 4 Regulpr Closing Out Special Model 103 Self Propelled 15 VH A Regular Closing Out Special Typo Swalhcr Regular Closing Out Special USED EQUIPMENT SPECIALS TRACTORS Allis Ready to Closing Out Special Chalmcn Regular John Deere 830D Electric Starr Recent motor overhaul New Regular Closing Ouf Special Allis Chalmers D21 791 Duals Cab Turbo Charged Regular Closing Out Special Minneapolis Molinc GIOOO Factory change overs Regular Closing Out Special COMBINES Case 600 Self Propelled Cab and Cutfmg Regular Closing Out Mossey Ferguson 410 Self Cab TO McCoy Renn Hesston Strew Regular Closing Out Special I I I I I I I I I I Massay Ferguson 300 Self 8 McCoy Renn Straw Regular Closing Out Special SWATHERS foot Model Sell Pro VG4 Excellent Regular Closing Oul Special lli Model 175 Self Pro VG4 Excellent Regular Closing Out Special 1 ALL EQUIPMENT AND PASTS NEW OR USED IISTED ON SPECIAL PRICES WILL BE SOLD ON A CASH NO TRADE BASIS THESE PRICES ARE IN EFFECT UNTIL JUNE Shop and Office Furniture will be sold at reduced prices May bo viewed at cur store I I I I I I J applique quilt Ray WOOLCO on cotton crib quiii ELLISQfJ5 on cake doughnuts Fred Danger HANDICRAFT CLASS A Group Hills 8 points Old 6 Individual Pauline Warner Ray individual Raymond Rozelle Collon Crib Open Class Cardston MACHINE SEWING Pyjamas Ladies afternoon dress Fred Coutts Girls daytime dress Fred Couffs Ladles or alrls summer play togs Warner Robert Tea apron Fred Coults Kitchen apron Fred Danger Coults and Ray mond Ladies or girls house coat or dust er Coutts Ladles or girls blouse Lie Warner Robert CLASS NEEDLEWORK Needlepoint Pauline War ner Pat Hemstitching Pat Warner Huckweaving War er Pat Cut work Rozella Petti Point Pauline Warner CLASS RUGS Any fcind of rug Coutts Pauline CLASS E FANCY WORK crochet trim Kate Warner Liquid A any article on cotton Card ston Pat Liquid B velvet pic ture Victor Coutts Fred Pillow crochet trim Gwen Cardston Any crochet article made of Fred Coults J Pot Holders Aden Pat Tattinp Ray mond Maggie Colored embroidery Raymond Knilted slippers Fred Danger Coutts Robert Knifffid Garment Warner Pheona War Carrying Bag Robert Wall hanging OVER SEVENrV CLASS Knitted article Ray mend Crochet article Card ston Wall hanging Ray lond UNDER THIRTY CLASS Preserves Robert Liquid embroidery Novelty Aden Pern Ja HeD Iris Raymond Pat Colombine War ner Peony Raymond Tulips Maggie Pansles Persian daisy Cardston Milk Rolls Aden Robert White cake Prod ns Fred Danger Couffs Ice Box Cookies Fred Danger Coutts Chocolate cake Fred Danger Coutts Pneona Chiffon cafce Robert CLASS COOKING Angel cake War Fruil Pie Aden Fred Chocolate Fudge Fred Coutts Vernort Squares Coutls Mrs Fred TABKlt HNS Tcibcr regional Mimnier in preparation for I i Jinclicr Crock ll lo have now been planned lo in clude I raj track and field am Mow pitch singles will be held at the Vauxhall Kins men park at Satur June Participants lii years of age and older ivill reg ister on fee being King Vauxli may be Trap shuoting will take place at the Vauxhnll trapshoot ing ground southeast of Vans hall off Highway commenc ing at 1 June Events uil include juniors shots at 16 yardsX for boys and girls under and 13 years and Mens events will be for 100 womens 50 and he it fiveman com N D r m a n Kiskinc contact man at nwl fid rvcnis IT held at Knchant July 4 tit i Contact man is iuv Slow pitch bal1 will he hcM al Tabcr July JJnliy fee is 2 per and man is Los igliway Seek Donations SPARWOOD HNS Boys of the first Michel Natal scout troop solicit donations dur ing the parade to be held Jiuie 20 at Parade marshal Is Frank The pipe band of the Royal Canadian Gener al Stewart will in av iCXP Bureau Department of highways crows from Calory oiu have repair nn Highway I from Colcman west to the Alberta British Colum bia Construe lion cnpjioer in charge is Roman The project includes applica tion of asphall miX to Ihe sur face of the Some levelling will be The contract for crushing and stockpiling gravel for the project has been awarded to Gallcli and Sons of Cal gary at a cost of Alberta Hospital Role May Be Greatly Enla CLARESHOLM TO How Creek Claresholm Auxiliary Hospital trustees report the mental health planning coun cils of the Calgary and L e t h bridge reg i o n s received full support at the regular meeting from the board of trustees rep resenting the Willow Creek Claresholm Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home District 4 of he recommendations made by them to the minister of health for the future roles ol the Alberta Clares A regional responsible for all three of the Claresholm hospitals and having represen tation from both of the region mental health planning coun cils is seen as the means by which easier movement of pa tients between the three hospi tals will be made and a broadening of the present role of the Alberta ClareE designed to serve the whole of the southern area of Alberta is Units for the CEre of alco holics and other drug severely disturbed em otionally disturbed adolescents and possibly certain categories of the severely mentally re tarded are included in the rec THE ALBERTA HAIL AND CROP ICTANCE CORPORATION HAIL INSURANCE PROGRAMME DISTRICT DOINGS Heads Golf Club BLAIRMORE CNP Bureau Laren Giacomuzzi recently as elected president of the jnior executive of the Crows est Pass Golf and Country Other officers secreta r y jeasurer Rick Giacomuzzi and aptain John A junior day will be Visits Schools SPARWOOD HNS d minister of recently visited atal Elementary parwodd Secondary The department of education as given approval to the Fer e school district for the cail g of tenders that will give the cessary additions to the new ementary school at Dunn To Spe RAYMOND HNS ren Dunn will sp quarterly conference of the LDS Taylor Sunday June The conference ill at llio Raymond Culture Hall at 10 Dunn is a member of the first council of seventy with headquarters in Salt Lake INSURANCE AT COST LOW PREMIUM RATES REFUNDS DISCOUNTS New Benefits Added held Don edu t li e i i1 More District Oil Page ADDITIONAL BENEFITS NOW AVAILABLE Coverage at 30 per acre in all rate Full maximum coverage on 3 Time AND AT NO EXTRA COST A Harvesting Expense Allowance on losses over f Fire Coverage on your insured deductible expense REFUNDS TO PQUCYHOLDERS The Corporation lias a continuous record over 15 years of premium refunds to For the last 3 years nonclaimants have received premium refunds of 25 and for 1969 a 10 re fund was paid to claimants as This is a NONPROFIT It you have a claim you get a fair If you are insured under the Hai Insurance gramme and have no you share in any nd the ducation the Ferthe callgive the he new Sparok income tax surpluses in the form of premium INSURE TODAY SEE OUR HAIL AGENT ALBERTA HAIt INSURANCE BOARD AGENT WARREN DAtGLIESH AGENCIES Picluro Bulle AGENCIES Bow Bow Island BUCHAN Insurance Agency Phono 8973858 cak at 5 of Hie be held Hall at nember seventy It Lake icl LO O INSURANCE SERVICE 1265 3rd Avenue South Phones BOYDEN 1210 13ih Phone ROBERTS UNITED GRAIN GROWERS Alborlo Dny Phone 8333757 Night Phone 8333739 BROWN Phone SMITH AlBERTA WHEAT POOL ELEVATOR KIND THE BEST BRANDS ADVERTISED IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ;