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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HIE UTHilRIDOE HEKAID Thursday, 7, 1977 V S Mv t iMl IP, B3 .1 SA Six step down PICTURE BUTTE War- ren Fletcher, Ted Malmbcj-p, Dcral West, Alex Smith, Do; (i Nelson Ross Gibbi six em- ployees with an accumulated 200 years' service with Cana- dian Sugar Factories Ltd., were honored on their retire- ment at Ihe company's 12th an- nual staff party held recently at Svcn Erickson's Family Res- taurant Lethbridge with 2CO in- of Picture attendance. Warren Fletcher HONOR RETIRING EMPLOYEES Ccricidicm Si. liloyeci roccnlly. Gntliercd are. sealed, fioin Fletcher, Demi West, Mr. M.S. Ross Gib from lefl; Mr. Malmberg. Mr. Flelchrr, Herbert M. J-adories Ud. honored six em- Ted Malrnberg, Mrs. Warren i. arut Mrs. Doyd Nelson, Standing, Hciywaid, Mrs. Allen James, Mrs. Hoyward Mr James. Wilfred Hague. Mr, Gibb, John L. Kenney and Mr. Nelson. Honor- ed were Mr. Fletcher.' AU. Malmberg, Mr. Wesl. Mr. Nelson, Mr. Gibb and Alex Smith, Johnson Pholo not shown. _______________ Butte, introduced by plant su- perintendent Wilfred Hague, elected early retirement after 30 years on permanent staff due to health reasons. He and Mrs. Fletcher will holiday in Hawaii. Also from the Picture Butte sUff. Theodore A. (Ted) Malm- berg retires after 3-1 years on staff as a head mechanic. Third and early retiree from tlie Picture Butte plant is Der- al E, fixity) West whose urc- ortunalc car accident last ear curtailed his employment after 29 years as plant fore- nan. A paraplegic, he is now raining for other employment vith the government. Absent from the banquet, Alex Smith had worked 3-1 years at ttic Raymond factory is engineer and mechanic. His ntroduclion was by Allen James, superintendent at Ray- mond. Boyd Nelson of ttxi Taber slaff also elected early retire- ment for health reasons after completing 29 years of work as sugar trucker nixl packing house employee. He was pre- sented by factory superinten- dent John L, Kenney. Oldest employee in terms of service, Roscoc F. Gibb, tired having worked 45 cam- paigns at three factories in la- XH'ntory and engineering ot- 'ices and three summer "on .he He has taken cm- )loymcnt with the Town of Ta- wr as industrial coordinator. Dperatiotis superintendent Her- bert II. Hayward made the ii-esentation. Each of the employees in the! "passing ont ceremony" re- ceived the conventional white envelope, and his spouse a bou- quet of flowers. Addressing the employees and partners, general manager Dwight W, Purely spoke briefly on the factors influencing the sngar market, noting the pre- sent bonyant price structure. He commended the employees on faithful performance during the past season which set many records as to beet and sugar production. TO Sl'EAK Marion Itonmey, Council of Twelve, LDS Church, will speak nt the Talwr Stuke conference March 11 and 12 at Taint-. He formerly headed the 1-DS wel- fare program and sunei vises missionary work in Asia. will sjicak at the conference session to be held at 1U March 12 in the Tabor Slaku Centre. YOUR NAME 15 BIG BUSINESS Are you deluged by direct moil? And wonder why so many companies hovo your name und address? Renting, swopping and soiling lists of names is big business. And you ran rarely avoid being Involved. Rood how the mailing lists are drown up and who gels their hondi on 'hem Ihis Solurday IN YOUR IETHBR1DGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Thinking day Mitchell. i G ill I M it i 1 elfin e fin NATAL (HNS) T U "J (1 Siiarwond Hmwnio I'ncks .ill "Ps- celebrated Hay re- wore alsu raulv bv invitina their mothers mvartied to I'i-.ron. Shar- to their'spccial Thinkin- Day is the bir.hdav 'Shelly Pajlor. Inm I.yr.n (.ajla of Lord ifadcri I'owell. founder Marieanne Xmvolny. of the ScnutinR and Cuidi- or- Cookers weni to Pom sanitations, including Cubs Lynn Nowolny. Enm-Hics. Anna Munc Miichell and The 1st Sparwood Browiii" Shelly Taylor. Pack happv birthday to flollw keepw hadacs were Mrs. BPV Hatchinsou. pro s-. a w ar (1 e il la V.n-xr.a Wine. ident of the mothers' Shi'lly Taylor. Aiur, Mare (cv Mnciioll and The '.vncl Sparwood Urownle The Srd Brownie Pack wit- Park nitncsspd colrlcn hnr? rnrolmcnt eeremonic-i presented to Myrnn Thompson, fur Shelly Cnoryl Brnna I'anm. Fveliua Kline.- Chnrd and L'ollette ACCORDION TRIAL COURSE 6 WEEKS WITH ACCORDION SUPPtlED, ONLY 522.SO PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE 530 Sth St, S. Phone 327-75M NO ENROltMENT FEES' Beauty parlor COALDALE (HNS) Town council has Mrs. Patricia Klasscn permission to open a b.'auty parlor here. The majority felt that in it enterprise" society coun- cil did not have jurisdiction to deny such a request. Two weeks ago another appli- cant for the same type of busi- ness v.ns approved. There is one shop already operating. Logging climbs CRANBROOK Sawlog scale by the B.C. For- cst Service for both Kootenays covcrctl N'clson Forest Dis- Iricl tallied cubic feet iu Februru'y. Tliis almost double the sawlog scale for the cor- responding month in 1971 at 11, cubic feet. L o 2 i n g operators have readied "highballing'' stage to- ward yarding log surplus to In ,'entory ior continued produc- :ion during the four to six week woods closure to logging dur- ,ng spring nmoff. Spruce was the big species Ior the month at cubic feet, more than double the volume for the month in 1971. Beavers meet to plan auction hmch GRANUM (HNS) The regular meeting of the Willow Creek Beavers was held re- cently at the home of Mrs. Don (Merle) Gassner. The hostess prize was won by Mrs. Stan (Clara) Byer anc (he contest winner was Mrs. Lee (Shirley) Wesley. Plans were made for the members to serve lunch at the Mohr auction sale in March. SIMPSONS-SEARS v I' tf S i PURCHASE A NEW FOR AS LOW A5 NO DOWN PAYMENT O.A.C, AND YOU WILL RECEIVE ALL m GAS YOU CAN USE FOR A WHOLE YOUR 1972 LICENSE PLATIS DURING MARCH ONLY THIS OFFER 15 GOOD ON AU 1972 TOYOTA CROWNS, MARK ll's, CORONAS, COROLLAS, HI-LUX TRUCKS and LAND CRUISERS DEMONSTRATORS 1972 TOYOTA CROWN PRE-OWNED CARS J1971 TOYOTA CROWN h970 Toyottt Mark 1970 TOYOTA CORONA 1968 TOYOTA COROLIA SOLD DROP OUT NOW TO "Home of Skylark one! Ritzcrah Mobile COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3165 Coldspot freezer with adjustable cold control Special low price 229 We Service What We Sell, Coast-to-Coast 233 ea. R, chest freezer practically pays its own wriy, considering all the food bargains you can stock up on. Features no-sag, moisture-free, foam insulation. Two, easy-reach vinyl baskets and divider. Interior light. loci', and keys. And It's bnllt lower which makes it a cinch to teach bottom items easily. Fully guaranteed. 8.2 cu. ft. mini Coldspot chest 15.8 cu. ft upright Coldspot freezer NOW NOW WHITE ftVi' chest fits almost anywhere 280-lb. capacity Rugged fibregUss insulation Magnetic lid Mai locks cold Vinyl basket Built-in lock and keys No-stoop styling and convenience porcelain lincri 553-lb. capacity. 3 Grille 3 Juice can racks. 5 Package dnnr shelves. Magnet Ic door sc al Defrost drain. Flush door hinging Quality Costs No More At Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: Opart Daily 9 a.m. (o p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. Village. 328-9231 ;