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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBR1DGE HERAID Solurdoy, May 9, WO----- Roundup of District News }mf- j. -rr Initiate Three NQBLEFOHD (Special) At a recent meeting of the Noble- foi'd branch of tlic Koyal Can- adian Legion, Glen Peters, Card Navralil and Anton An- derson were initialed as new members. Organize Games FOBT MACLEOD Hecrealion board and interested members met for the purpose of organizing sports for the first Southern Alberta Summer Games. It will be held inPincher SHOE REPAIR Fas! dependable service at reasonable prices Also repair and replace all iypes op zippers Repairs to all leather goods MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd Ave. S. (Next to Lelhbridgv Locker and Seafoods) Creek, Aug. 10-13. Tlio objective of Southern A: bciia Games is to encourage sporLs program involving th greatest number of people prx, sible, participating in their own community. Listed are chairmen of eacf game: Track and Field, Doug Find er; Slowpitch, Harry Lively Swimming, Brian Bourassa Archery, Doug Finder; Eques Irian, George Brown; Diving Bruce Young; Trap Shoot, Nor man Davis; Horse Shoes am Small Bore Shooting, !o b( named at a latter date. Anyone interested in any o these sports should contact the chairman of the game in which he or she is interested. Hlibka Retires FORT MACLEOD George Hlibfca retired from the CPB on his 65th birthday.. In the fall of 1926, he began working with the railway. B; April he had completed 43 years of employment with the company. A successful surprise retire- ment party was organized by EQUIPMENT MANAGER Required Applicant must be capable of instituting and supervising a program of maintenance and repair of a fleet of heavy construction equipment. Please submit a personal resume of training and experience. Location in Calgary. AH replies confidential. APPLY TO BOX 136, HERALD LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE I Moving PACKING "X I STORAGE A lsfer 640 6th ST. S. LETHBRIDGE McLean Transfer MODERN FURNITURE STORAGE WAREHOUSE Agenli for North Amtrlcan Van Lines "FOR A BETTER MOVE AH WAYS" HANK'S SALVAGE AUCTION SALE 9th Street and 3rd Ave. (S. of Dept. of Highways Sh'cp) FORT MACLEOD, ALBERTA SAT., MAY a.m. TERMS CASH: wrlh Settlement in full berora removal from Premises. Having been favored wilh initructioni from Mr. Hank Carr we will lell by public auction the following: TRUCKS AND CARS 1956 Ford Vi Ton wilh 6 ply 14" rear tires. Good running condition; 1952 Ford Vi Ton, 4 speed "transmission. Good run- ing unit; 1949 Ford Vi Ton, 4 speed transmission. Runs good; 1954 Ford Sedan; 1956 Dodge Royal 4-dr. Sedan; 1957 Chev. 1600 3 Ton wilh FlufdecJc. New front end, motor tronmission and rear end good. Good rubber 900-20 rear tires, 825-20 on front. Mechanically A-l; Ford F215 Tandem. Good 825-20 tires, transmission and rear end, new brakes, needs molor; 1955 Ford 800. Good transmission and rear end and air brakes. Good for parts. TRACTORS A.C. Tractor with mounted 7-ff. Mower, like new, 11-28 rubber. Good haying unit; AR John Deere Starter and lights, older sryle. TRAILERS 20-ft. Trailer complela wilh fifth wheel; Tractor Trailer with aluminum fifth wheel; Steel Flat Deck, fits 1 Ion Truck. MACHINERY Massey Ferguson Side Delivery Rake, 6-bar, late model; M.M. Oneway, wilh good pans; John Deere 10" Feed Grinder; V-4 Wisconsin Motor; ]0-ft. Cultivator. SHOP AND MISC. Vises, 4" 5" and Vi Ton Chain Hoist; Assort- ment of Hyd. Jacks; Quantity of Jack-oil Jacks; 6-12 Volt Bol- lery Charger; Tire Changer 32 Volt Power Plonl; Eleclric Belt Driven Grinder ard stand; Steel Ramp; Alemile Electric Greaser; 250 Amp. P.T.O. Welder; 4-Cyl. Hillman molor. Good for welder drive; Racks; Barrel stand; Tools Boxes and Assortment of Tools; Platform scale; Beam scok; Sectional Overhead garage doors, complete with hardware; Appro_x. 40 Aluminum Sheels (good 2" large Capocily pump; Jerry cons; Quonlily used grader blodos; Quan- tity sheet metal; shop benches; Quantity of bolls, ossorled sizes; Assortment of Greases and Oils; Electric molors; Vibrating gravel screen; Quantity Uneway pans; large snalch block for dragline; Pipe, various sizes and lengths; Quantity ot Assorted Iron; Large assortment Cast sewer pipe- lights; Yard lighl; Quantity good truck and car tires; Quonlily rims; Forks; shovels; etc. BUILDINGS AND MISC. 12'xl8' Building wilh wooden floor ond double doors; S'xl2' Insulated Office Building; Office desk and padded chair, Steel cabinet; Pyrene Fire extinguisher; Propane healer; 2- Good both tubs; Quanlily chrome bar chairs; Several miscellan- eouj Items loo numerous to mention; Inslanl wall typo hot waler heater, hi capacity. LUNCH AVAILABLE SAIE CONDUCTED BY ROY'S AUCTION SERVICE GRANUM, ALBERTA PHONE 236-2102 AUCTIONEERS ROY FJORDBOTTEN DON WAtPCR LICENCE N0- PHONE 236-210J PHONE 627-3760 Mr. and Mrs. Poliot of Mac- leod, and Mr. and Mrs. Baran- iuk of Lethbndge. On behalf of the seclionmen, Mr. Persello presented a tie sot to Mr. lllibka and a tinted vase to Mrs. Hlib- ka. Mr. mid Mrs. Hlibka have lived in the Madeod district for more than 24 years. Bands Perform RAYMOND (HNS) More than one person expressed their appreciation for the recent school bands concert by saying; "It would be nice to have anoth- er concert before the close of school this spring." Band master Gilbert Horn- bergcr directed and conducted three Raymond School. Bands, senior high junior, and elementary. PREVENT SINKING Broad cushioned feet prevent the camel from sinking in deep sand. CONTllOL FIRE Clares- holni volunteer firefighters controlled a lire on the Doug Darch farm six miles east of Clarcsholm. The lire swept hay and trees but was stop- ped bclorc it reached corrals and buildings. Calgary Power Offers Plan By VERN DECOUX Cnnvsncst Pass Bureau BLAIHMORE A. Ayres district manager of Calgarj Power, met with Blairtaor Madeod Band Sponsors Film Oil North FOUT MACLEOD (SpeciaD- Fort Madeod Band will sponso a f i 1 m documentary on Can ada's Changing North Thurs day, May 21, at p.m. in the G. R. Davis School. Filmed by an Albertan, Kelt] McColl, of Outdoors Unlimited the SO-mmute color film ha aeen widely acclaimed by uni versify and government au Lhorities as the "best and mos authentic documentary on the northwest "a mus 'or education and investors the new oil frontier." Family entertainment, the ilm includes the action-packec thrills of a polar bear hunt am wildlife adventure, the true sto- ry of the Eskimo and exploding activity on Canada's newesi frontier. MANY ISLANDS Micronesia, administered by he United States, consists oi islands in the Pacific. MR. H. W. MATHESON Will In Lethbrldgi EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE Stereo Room 2nd Floor THURSDAY, MAY 14th a.m. to o.m. nvrtes you lo an honest ap- praisal of-your hearing ef- ficiency. Ask about ihe "UN1TRON PETITE" Thar received the 'Award of Excellence' by the Federal De- partment of Industry and the National Design Council. Your Appointment By Phoning 327-8551 Eaton's qualified audiomelrist council and presented a propos- ed contract for supplying whole- sale power to the town and pro- vide street lighting for west Blairmore. Council agreed in principal to the wholesale power contract but requested further negotia- tions on the street lighting ar- rangement. Councillor Don Dececco re- ported the Crowsnest Pass rec- reation board is going ahead with plans on the swimming pool and is now working on a joint agreement for all towns concerned. Council also announced it will endorse any fund-raising pro- ject for the Crowsnest Pass pool committee. DREDGE RIVER Interest was expressed in a proposition by the provinical department of agriculture to dredge the Crowsnest Kiver. Numerous sandbars and grav- el bars have developed in the channel. Council will request a detail- ed cost statement of dredging the river through town before making any commitments. Council adopted a new ness licensing bylaw. It will re- place the present business tax bylaw. TWO PARCELS Approval was given for the sale of two parcels o[ land in town. Council accepted the Crows- nest Pass Hospital district re- quisition of the school foundation program requisition of and the Crowsnest Pass recreation committee re- quisition of Council approved about 300 feet of sewer line extensions for the new Mountain Aire subdiv- ision. Magratli Chamber Executive Seeks Ideas From District MAGRATH (HNS) The ex- ecutive of the Magratli Cham- ber of Commerce met in the livic Building to discuss 13 items of business. This concerned businessmen, professional men and farmers. It was decided to have repre- sentation from Del Bonila and district, Spring Coulee and dis- irict and Welling and district so ideas could be presented with Auxiliary Attends Rally At Cardston FORT MACLEOD Phe Ladies Auxiliary to the loyal Canadian Legion Branch No. 46 chartered a bus to Card- ston to attend the district rally. Cardston president Mrs. Lola lales introduced district. com- mander Marion Goddard. Mrs. Goddard introduced the lonored guests, and Dr. Russell, eputy mayor of Cardston, wel- comed them to Cardston. A further welcome was ex- ended by the president of the men's branch, Warren Harker. Secretaries gave their yearly eport, and the four provincial ommand officers express- id their thanks and apprecia- tion, for work being done by the uxiliaries. Mrs. Joy Manual, provincial resident, spoke on the neces- ity of keeping the member vorking together and on othe aspects of executive work rela .ve to the general meetings. The 1971 rally will be held in ulcan. Magrath citizens' ideas in briefs to the regional office. Second vice-president C. S. Matkin and director J. A. Spen- cer will attend the 32nd annual meeting of the Alberta Chamber of Commerce at Medicine Hat May 31, June 2 and 3. Briefs have been forwarded to the regional office in Edmon- ton. President Harold Beucher wel- comes all who would like to be- come a member of the Magrath Chamber of Commerce. Planning To Insfal New Tires Soon? See KIRK'S... The Radial Tire Experts For the amazing new MICHELIN "X" RADIAL TIRES The Tire That's Outstanding, Safe and Different! Put through yeorj of counn'cis tests on fleets of police cars, carriers and cart driven in rallies throughout the world results confirmed Michelin "X" Radiil ot the extraordinary tire on the road today! Here arc just a few of the many advantages of thf Michelin "X" Radial Tire LONGER MILEAGE TOTAL TRACTION WHATEVER THE SEASON SURE SAFE BREAKING GREATER STEERING PRECISION FEWER PUNCTURES VIRTUAL ELIMINATION OF HEAT BLOW-OUTS GAS SAVINGS UNEQUALLED RIDING COMFORT We now hava a complete line of Michelin "X" Radial Tires to fit your every needl NOW AVAILABLE AT KIRK'S AT SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICES! (Convenient Terms) TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRIDGE-1621 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5985 TABER-o201 50th Avenue Phone 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C.- PHONE 423-7746 "THE BEST DEAL FOR EVERY WHEEL" BILL JACKSON (OF BEE-JAY TRAILER 'SALES) SURE KNOWS TRAVEL TRAILERS Just Like Our ERNIE KNOWS MOTORS Call Us Today! We Specialize in Tune-Dps CARBURETOR AND IGNITION ALL WORK GUARANTEED! TEXACO CAR CARE Another reason why you should call in at El Rancho Texaco Service 6lh Ave. and Mayor Magralh Drive South PHONE 327-5406 OPERATION PLACEMENT HIRE A STUDENT 304 have jobs Since the combined jfudenf" campaign kicked off, 304 students who were registered o? The Canada Manpower Centre for employment have been placed or hove secured work on their own. This total is an encouraging ifarf HOWEVER Very few female students have Found jobs, and a substantial number of male students are still looking for work for a week a month for all summer! If you are a businessman or home- owner needing some part-time or full-time help in ony area of work, we urge you to look to the students now registered at The Canada Manpower Cenlrel 884 do not! TO HIRE A STUDENT PHONE 327-8535 CANADA MANPOWER THIS MESSAGE PUBLISHED IN SUPPORT OF "HIRE-A-STUDENT" AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ;