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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, Livery Stable Sold Interesting Link With Picturetque Wateon of Building I James given for the best decorated floats. Wood of Gladys Ridge celebrated iover to High River for extra flving! CHARTER, sightseeing trips, r time. W. Kversoa. Alan McLean ing School. Piper Ceb Sales. Ser- ators." Zst. 1907. For estimates and Les Christer-sen of Chain- i Phone 3380 or 4332. Xenyon f phone 2472. Res. 611-lOth St. S. 1853 to Profo. Otah. where they have been attending the Brigham. Young Um- versity. Also home from the B.Y.U. are Dean Johnson and Louise Le- Baron. BeuvJo Mercer remained in Provo and" laier will go to Cali- fornia to -visit at the home of her uncle, Samuel Coombs, near Oak- __ Ojjg pion branch have made initial so'o oeen re Rights, and 25 other members are tie health officer here.; cLSplon have bouzht ".heir own planes ar.ti tent of the "disease can be checked.; Parents have been warned to have their children inoculated immed- iately. CALL WESTBROdX'S PIANO TUNING ENJOY PICNIC RAYMOND. (Special) The j congregation nd Congregation Honors Departing Pastor HSAUTY PARLOR for your Nex; Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phone 3852. 807 i of the Raymond- RAYMOND. (Specials A VOGUE BEAL'Ti' SHOP 40a-13th Street North. The Latest in Hair Styling. _________Phone BABY BCGGY REPAIRS GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. I5S5-4th Ave. S. RADIO REPAIRS J Jl UnUed Church met last Sunday farewell partv was held in :he Rav- BLGCY wheels reared, re- with the congregation at Magrath mond rjSited Church IP. honor 'of and whiie you in Tbp. np-ar church buiidine there 3nrf xcrs. K. Marsron. _____. ______ BARRETTS EXPERT RADIO APPLIANC2 i REPAIRS- ALL PARTS AND i WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED, r CLARKE BLK. PHOS3 4554. less cars, bicycles and clowns. The finals in senior and junior baseball, and the finals in men's and ladies" soft- garden, bali will take place on Julv 1. "J Included in the sports will be a Day on June 21 by having a t g3mes were enjoyed. Refresh- leaves shortly to take over the 1 meal of new potatoes from his own; jjjg.jj.j were plentiful" and despite united church at Three Kills. A _____ These potatoes were a fcw. during the afternoon ed on April and are the Earl.. enJovable time was had. Weeks variety They were quue bridge. Mrs. Clifford Herr of burs. Miss Edith and Mr. -James Stewart at home. Sir. and Mrs. Stewart are both well and active, still busy with farm and ranch concerns. They moved from Davisburg to their present iii Liit Ifc) SJtZ 1 1 t two-mile bicycle race, horseshoe I ready for use and will j BRISK TOURIST TRAFFIC pitching, and Italian j Wood family withi new j MACLEOD. Au bo'.vline. The feature will be the ul tne later varieaes state in s short program was enjoyed, consist- BERT MAC'S 315-7th St. S. Phcae 3232. 331 I KEPLER'S BICYCLE REPAIRS ence oi a numoer oi uiose -KIJU Jiau ioqq nnri keen guests at their marriage fifty home on Gladys adge inI899. and vpors a2o. These included the in earlier years Mr. Stewart was years I as a breeder of pure- River the groomsman, bred Shorthorns. His stock was in Mr wmiam Stewart of Davisburg. the prize winning classes agricultural fairs of the coi Ee has ranch interests at and is still a keen and successful Others were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. H- Thompson of Hiah River, Mrs. A. Stager and Mrs. A. Hett of Cal- __ garj- and Roy Maxwell of Moss- stockman. of SUGAR CITY PREPARES FOR COLORFUL RODEO HASMOND. CHNS) For the, as well u .Participating in the long holiday weekend on Dominion j events himself, has built up a_repu- Dav Ravmond plans a complete taiaon for putting on a superb entirtairiment gala most of the stampedes in western annual rodeo on Monday and Tues- day, with a gala parade Monday morning and a track; and field meet Tuesday morning. Both after- noon programs will be attractive Clark Lund as arena director. The Drills of bucking broncs and steers, calf roping, -wild covr milk- ing, wild horse races and many good horse races are promised each A total of more then in prizes will "be given away among the cowbovs, who trill be here from all over Western Canada and parts of the United States to participate in the big rodeo, to help make this year's show one that will be hard to beat. Raymond, being the home of tne stampede which started over 40 years ago with Ray ing Canada. New Grandstand A new grandstand been com- pleted with roof which will seat another people. Lunch, count- ers are built on each side of the new track as well as uptown to feed the hungry people throughout the da vs. A feature event on July 2nd in the baseball park, an athletic track and field meet will commence at 9 ajn. Businessmen and local citizens have contributed to secure 49 trophies which will be given, one to each winner of every event. This wfll be. completed by in order to gee to the stampede which starts at sharp. The evening entertainment the Show" supplying the stock' be dancing at the open air pavilion. Cranbrook Area Sawmills Again Operating; Pickets Withdrawn (HNS) Saw- mills in Cranbrook. district- have all resumed operations following the five weeks strike, starting Monday, and by earlv next week should be almost back" to full scale work. All pickets in East Kooiecay have been withdrawn, according to Allan Par- kin, presidenc of the East Kootenay local, and all over the district saw- mills are returning to production. Full scale oroduction will prob- ably be delayed for a time since some of the striking employees left the industry during the five week to go into other industries, while some workers left the district for coast lumber operations immediately coast settlement terms were announced. Interior settlement terms are at present under negotiation between operators' and -union representatives j at the coast under chairmanship of j Chief Justice Sloan. Separate ne-j gotiations were necessary for the interior situation since interior operators affiliate with the Cana- dian Manufacturers' Association and their representative is J. S. Ruddock, -while coast operators -were represented in negotiations by R. V. Stewart Agencies. Interior unions bargaining committee is the same personnel as the coast union com- mittee. Go-Ahead Symbol Most workers returned to the job Mondav morning when operators were given the go-ahead signal. returned on the working terms under which they struck in May, on the understanding that the terms negotiated under Chief Justice Sloan are retroactive to June 20 in theory, and June 24 as the initial dav's-work in practice. The East Kootenay I.W.A. union office here states it believes "that the interior -will now have a similar settlement of its union-management dispute" to the coast settlement. Terms of settlement here were 15 cents an hour increases, 44-hour week and voluntary irrevocable check-off of dues. The union con- gratulated its membership on the solidarity displayed during the strike. WHEN YOU WANT A TAXI PHONE STEVE'S AT AN EASY NUMBER 4058 TO REMEMB1 STEVE'S TAXI [EMBER SODA FOUNTAIN and NEWS STAND Next Door to Bus Station ard the 220 yard years Mr. Wood has set the pace i-uv iiu jttiy -..-.-I-.- in OOtatO open toraliIruimers. Ithis district in producing potatoes The band will also be in attendance for earliest taole use. on Sunday afternoon during the j rxv----- preliminaries. Dances will feature j MISS CiCLOAfc the Dominion Day sports in the evening. A total of in prizes Trill be given away. AU entries must be addressed to Bos 35, Michel, not later than June 30. Pioneer Woman Buried At Nanton death of MACLEOD. Spend- ing a month's "holiday in Ontario ;tOS from nearlv every state in the Union are passing through Water- ton and Macleod. Cp Monday a car from New Hampshire was observed on 24th St., Macleod. and Alaskan tracks are also seen here. Tourists are travelling in large numbers. ing of songs by the girls choir. readings "ay Mrs. R. Minion. Mrs. S.' BRING YOCR BICYCLE to Loqua. Joy Reber and Margery Minion: vocal solos by T. K Rob- erts. Peggy Wuce anc Giona veeae; a piano solo by Elayne King and a number by the' male trio, cor.si sting of Mr. Roberts. Mr. King and Mr. Maiston. Mrs. P. Ball acted as mistress of ceremonies and at the conclusion; Ccanter ECHOES OF OLD WEST -T- tfca best equipped shop in the south, i Parts and accessories for aU snakes in stock. BERT i MAC'S 3i5-7th St. S Phone 3232. GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO Ali. MAKES RADIOS. HEARING AIDS and APPLIANC2S. 7th St. S. Phcas 43ZS. 382 CABINET MAKING of the program presented Rev. and I Mrs. Marston with a purse of silver.: and Mrs. Marston in addit'on with j a bouquet of flowers on behalf of the congregation. Woodworking. Phone 3232 BEKT A MAC'S Where thev btald up '.he performance of vour the Charges. 315-Tth St. S. 3SO RADIATOR REPAIRS RADIATORS UMITEI) Heard as High River Prepares rodeo and "annual fair to be held on Julv 3 and 4. There has been of a fu" generation since airs. Isabella Warren. 93. a pioneer events have been helam HIGH RIVER, (HNS) High River is planning tc recanture early i parade on the morning of Ju.j 3 west atmosphere 5n fee High lUver witn the old-timer secUoa m vhe for Colorful Rodeo PICTURF BUTTE PLANS The sholr" win open with a big j JULY 29 SPORTS MEET HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- LETHBRIDGE j 611-6th ATC. South. Phone 3563. 344 of and for many years a resident of Nanton. occurred OIL June 19 at Vancouver. B.C., after an ill- ness of two weeks. Sirs. Isabella Pierce Warren was bom at Eganville. Ontario. April 23. 1853. She was married there on Januarr 1. 1877, to John C. Warren, also of Eganville. Mr. and Mrs- to this toviTi. and the sons and grand- sons of Dioneer families think is is high time the old days were revived asain. the passing of the years the old corrals, chutes, race tracks have disappeared, but have taken hold lead as a highlight- Arrangements Picture Butre Athletic Association STORE AND OFFICS household and children's furniture and toys rasde, reflnisheci or re paired. Nic-Nac Shop. 415A-3rd S South. Phone 355S- IC 1 CEMETERY MEMORIALS are being mace for the comfort and will sponsor the fourth annual entertainment of pioneer partici- track and field meet to be held at pants in the hope of making it a the Athletic Grounds on Satur- pants representatire roundup. The ace will be led by Senator par- i day. June 29. An interesting pro- Dan i gram of sports will be presented. Riley. who is coming from Ottaira j concluded with hall game as for the occasion, and will also open i the show in company of Mayor H.. TILE Importers of Scotch Granite ROY'S RADLVTOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- livery paid on out-of-town. worSc. Rov Seinp. 327-3rsi S. Phone 2685. 1522 REFRIGERATION and REFRIGERATION Sales Semes. I. E. Jones. Phone 455o. 1996-7th. Ave. C-. 194- Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs, 325-Sth St. S. 1632 B. Macleod He mtrocuce Am- I Thirty-eight events will be con- twenty-eight special CONTRACTORS at MillarviHe. In 1905. they moved rodeo events in the evenings j heavy i there will be a carnival and jitney j expense, as well as to the dance in the skating arena, and t st the latter totalling up to ld dance in the town hall.' Percy Dougherty is the president j Memorial Centre. There has also! of the central committee, with 1 been great contribution in -volunteer j Bradlev general secretary. J-1 labor, particularly from country Baker "is official announcer I Bros, are contributing the grandstand, the livestocfc, and every day the entrr list of competing cowboys is growing. Attractive purses as high as 5400 are an inducement for the faronc riding, steer decorating, calf roping, chuck wagon races and such NEW LAWNS material on also lawn The program of rodeo events j events. Entries are expected from' mowers and clippers sharpeneo, A. at 1 on July 3. After j all points in southern Alberta, and j Bachman, Lawn Contractor, Phone a very successful sports dav is an- j 2110 race iracss nave -o- wicn special] XEW I the younger men erican and Canadian ccntes.ams a, annual trophies up for cojnpe'tition jyi nece-aary ra: i_______________to restore these the roceo grouncs. i aad certificates awarded for all j fully modem esjui ?j for the two-day celebration on July i RE-TREADING Re-capping and Ra-treasimg Tires. NORTH LETHBRIBGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4263. 1270 ticipated. tinuec to make her horns here for a number of years following her husband's death, but for several vears before her death had made her home with her. daughters. Surviving are three daughters and a son: Mrs. T. Cooper. Van- couver: Mrs. Annie I. Sha-cr, Cal- garv: Mrs. Cecil Tapp, Vancouver, and" R. P. Warren. Latham. Alberta; twenty grandchildren and twenty- ortf great grandchildren. Tie funeral service was held at Christ church Nanton, Saturday afternoon, June 22, o'clock. Rev. F. Vaughan-3irch ropin? for ihose who have never events. There are two special ama- KEVDERGARTEN DISPLAY NATAL. B.C. CHNS) A sue- j cessful and enjoyable kindergarten j graduation took place at the Legion !-i-ss conducted the -service. Pallbearers were Warren C. Cooper, Borden M. Coooer. Nanton; Warren Shaw, Calgary, grandsons: and D. P. Mc- Donald, Calgary, grandson by mar- Burial was by the side of her husband in Nanton cemetery. RETURNS TO GREAT FALLS BARONS. CHNS) Mrs. Carl Hollenbec-c of Great Palls. Mon- tana, returned to her home at the weekend, after spending several davs ac Barons, guest, of her sister, Mrs. E. Popham. CUT DOWN ON TAKING LAXATIVES THIS WAY See How Regular You Can Every Morning Try taking Carter's Pflls this -pay: Start with 3 and set a definite time every morning. When you get regular every morning cut down to 2. After a few days, try L Then try taking Carter's every other day. You may even find you can keep regular without any laxative. You see. Carter's are so tiny you can cut down the 3 to fit the needs of your individual system. Without disappointment. Carter's help clean outyourinicstsnal tract Dothalf way, bntthoroughly. They are doubly effective because made with two vegetable herbs compounded prop- erly far thorough, easy action. Thousands can cut down on laxative dosing this Cart erway. Ash fqrCarter's Pu5s by name to get the genuine at any drugstore. Stan the Carter graduated dose method tonight, and jump out of bed tomorrow rarin' to go. under the guidance of the Sisters of LA-mac1 v- nw c __ _. _ __ __ mtered in rodeo con- Cm" "f Perpetual Help kinder- e racing includes the I earten. Twelve graduates, neatly i rffoecpHi in OT'f'.TiT'A GET YOUR NEW TIRES Kirk's Tire Shop 408-fith Street South Phone 4133 DOMINION ROYAL Car. Track, Tractor Tires Complete Tin Service BUILDING. Construction Plans and Supervision. G. H. Laaibers. phone 12077. 3jg RETREADING. RECAPPING AXD VULCANIZING "The Most Modem and Best Equip- ned Shop !n the Scura." J. Al TIRE SUPPLY. 402-lst Avenue South. Paone 35SO, IS57 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ALL TYPES of electrical work and repairs by careful McKen- j zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. U27 I PEAKE f-nmTnif-fAr; thp cliilrireri. race committes. the kindergarten children. Reliable Quotations That is what every trader in Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Commodities requires. That is -what he gets when he does business with Richardsons. JAMES RICHARDSON SONS McFARLAND BUILDING LETHBR1DGE Phone 4335 Fourteen offices from Montreal to Victoria connected by direct private wires. FARM LIGHTING 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY. CO. 205-lOth St. S, Phone 3843 or 3758. 1720 FLOOR SANDING FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORSS LONG. PHONE 3563. We welcome out of to ATI business. FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished, All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. l37-14th St. N. Phcne 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modem Way. Pbone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. Ail work guaranteed. 1055 FPKNirCRElHOVfNG________ McLEAN TRANSFER Storage, Crating. Packing. Shipping ROOFING CHARLTON. 304-9th St. S. Phcnc C59S 1K7 ROOFING, Siding ar.d Reg. Jones and Res Bucs. Phone 4550 13SS REPAIRS 24 Hour Service on AH Makes of SraaU GAS ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Mavtag Sales and Service 317-Sth Street South. Phone 3S3 SEWING 3IACBTNES WE REPAIR an maK-Ps of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 620 3ni Afa. S. Phone 2243. 921 SEWING SERVICE HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Mgrhi'-g Co, 62Q 3rd Ave. S Phone 2243. S20 DRESSMAKING -iLTHRATIGNS DOROTHY C3AHA2X. Phone 44S4. 122 McJf'arlasd J2S BUTTON-HOLES. War's Mrs. U. Harris, 14 Devon Phone 2332. 63 SHINGLING SPECIALIZE in Cedar and Asbestos shingling, Projnn service. Hfebert Bros.. 920-7tb. St. N SHOE REPAIRS STSV5TS SHQS REPAIR SHOP 323-7th SyS. Paose 3355. 501 i Espert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Are. S. Satisfactory 3cb Barrm. 551 of Household Goods. Phone RtO-fi'vi "5r 1438 LEE DlCS, TaiionnS and Headquarters tor Wilson's I 330-13th St. X. Phona 2770. Long Distance Moving____ "___ 133S TIME SHEETS GARAGES. ATTEXTIOX MECHANICS TDIB SHEETS carried in siocs. Any quantitr. JOB DEFT. Phcne 3203. 435 LUXURIOUS FDR COATS in the latest styles, saving Srpert restyling. relinins, cleaning and in- j stired storage. Also cloth coats asc dresses for everv occasion. !_______________________________ NEW YORK FCK DRESS SHOP: YACCCTI CLEANER SERVICE i "Famous for Finer Furs.- GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner 504-3rd Avenue a Phone 32_.6., Service. All iraSss. '____________________________S2 i McKenzie Electric Ltd. Fhcne 3637. 253 GENERAL REPAIRS 1 LAWNMOWER and SAWS sharp- cned. Bicvcles and repaired. Locksmith and Guasasias. I i Union Repair Shop, 1233-3rd Ave. S. j UPHOLSTERY GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. ________ -219 Truck Seal; and Car Upholstering. INSULATING AND ROOFING j Fumigating. All guarsateed. Irf "applying Rock j St. S. Pbons 3470. II2S j Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- i j gles to buiidicgs. old or nejr periecced crews 02 tne :ob round. VULCANIZING Sx- TRACTOR, frock Car Tlrs Guaranteed. New and Used belt _ _ ro. I N'ORTH LETHBRIDGS MOTOKS Western Home Improvement to. i a-n-m 3 Stafford Sleek. Phone 2S53. ..AXD ACTO 131 i Auttonzed GOODYEAR Phone Dealer. 1S70 GLENWOOD VISITORS MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JULY 1st and 2nd Mr. 3 Mrs. Fioyd Dudley and Mr. and s. Wayne "Dudley, Cut'sanS, MAMMOTH PARADE 10 A.M. MONDAY MORNING 9 STAMPEDE EVENTS PLUS '7 RACES EACH DAY TRACK MEET 1 GLENWOOD. and Mrs i Montana, -sere Gienwood visitors on Thursdav, en route 10 the Lions and Floyd Dudlev -visited w.th Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dudley were guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pnr.ce. TUESDAY MORNING DANCING EACH NIGHT KIMBERLEY CHEST KIMBERLBT. B.C. (KNS> With its purpose to serve as a bans to receive and administer all local fuiids for such community pro- jects as welfare, recreation, social and educational activities ,and na- tional and international appeals, the Kimberlcy Community Chest hs registered its constitution under the Societies Act. Tire Repairs and all Kincs. Belt Splicing, "A Compete Tire Serrtce." J. .V JARDrNE-S TIRE SCPPLT Avenue South. Phoae 35SO. 165S ______________ Short Stop Service Station SrsSe Service. 4th Ave.-3ai Si Phone -4157. 5SO WATCH REPAIRS Expert Watch and CSocJc Recairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP. Coaidale, 1572 WELDING Phons 3SS9 Vor Portable Welding. Prompt Service. Guaranteed WorJc. Richard's Welding, 323 4th St. S. ____________________________1251 We the steel rims of tract- or wheels to rims stutable for rubber tires, WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue. Phone S544 1590 iNEWSPAFERr NEWSPAPER! ;