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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY Idaho Ranchers Visitors At Tatar TABER (HNS) Thomas and John Carr, cattle ranchers of Kam- pa, Idaho, have been visiting here for some time with their eldest brother. W. M. Carr of Taber. The two Idaho visitors had not seen Mr. Carr for 36 years. They have been ranching 44 years in Idaho and previously had been range riders in Nebraska in ihe '8Q's. W. M. and Thomas were then both in the employ of "Doc" Mid- rancher and cousin of the HALE AND HEARTY (HNS) May 16, Ray W. Lyons eele- brated his seventy-fourth birthday, and received the- v gratulations of his friends. Mr Lyons who settled in the country before 1910 is enjoy- ing excellent health, and is v the local carrier. james brothers- The Carr brothers were the first while sealers in the Idaho region south of the Pine ridge reserve where Sitting Bull, Sioux chief staged the Indian up- rising of 1S90 in South Dakota, and W. M. and Thomas Carr were among the. volunteers who assisted in suppressing the outbreak. Their father was an experienced woodsman of Dpper Canada prior to confederation and later in the Michigan forests. After getting married, be moved to the western frontier where the brothers grew up. W. M. Carr packed a seven- inch barrel Colt and it is told of him that he Soiled the gambler who murdered the famous scout, "Wild Bill Hickok. Tot Saved From Drowning In Park WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK. (Special) Eighteen month-old David McKenzie, son o Mr. and Mrs. Roy McKenzie o Waierton, was ihe earliest swimmer in the icy waters of Watertoa Lakes this vear, when he wandered into the lake while plaving with his older brother Douglas, three, a fev? days ago? The two were playing near the Waterton Lakes hotel chalets wh David decided to go wading. A slight current caught him and soon he was splashing in four feet o water about 10 feet from shore. He was snotted bv Jean Park, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Park, visitors at the park, who dashed Into the water and rescued the child. Mrs. McKenzie and her two chil- dren came to Canada recently from England. Her husband, Roy Mc- Kenzie, Is an employee of the Waterton Lakes hotel, and has lived In Waterton most of his life. Early Burdett Settler Passes ser- vices for the late Jesse Baaken urere held in Medicine Hat, where inter- ment took place on Friday. The late Mr. Baaken was one of the early settlers of this district, and at one time operated a garage in town. He is survived by his widow; sisters, Mrs. Harold Liddle of Bow- den and Mrs. E. Emard of Cali- fornia, and one brother Edward. Confirm Death Of Blairmore Airman has been received fay Thomas Allen, of from the department of defence, Ottawa, of she death of his son. WOL Thomas William AUea. 23, who was report- ed missing September 20, 1944. "WO. Alien was shot down wniie serving as a wireless operator air gunner near Arnhem, Holland. Bom in BruJe, he came to Blair- more in 1929. He enlisted in the in August. 1940, and went overseas in 1942. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Alien, Blairmore; and a brother, Douglas. Calgary. POPULAR MICHEL GIRL HONORED IN DEATH NATAL. B.C. (HNS) The funeral of the late Violet D'Anorea, voung Michel girl who diea sud- denly on the street after having arrived from Vancouver, B.C., tooK place at Michel on Sunday, May 19 with the funeral procession pro- ceeding from the home of her par- ents and slowlv going to ihe Lady of Mount Carmel chapel at. Natal where the funeral services were conducted by Bather Brophy of MicheL Immediately alter the funeral services the procession, headed bv over forty wreatn and DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE Busy Southern Alberta JfEW FCMP AT FACTORY GLEN (HNS) pump and motor have been pur- chased by the cheese factory and installed in the whey cistern. CHURCH KALSOMINED GLENWOOD. (HNS> The ,to live ia Calgary. Both ladies have 'been very active ia all phases of U_F.W_A. -stork. Preseatatioas were made by two of the senior members, Mrs. A. "W. H. Thompson and Mrs. Henrv Brocklebaak. YOUTH BREAKS ARM interior of the church presents a. Hold Funeral Of Late Jas. Gibson MACLEOD. Funeral services for the iate James Gibsoa. who. died suddenly at his home on 23th Street early Tuesday morning from acute indigestion, were held 2-30 p-ra. Thursday from Christ Church Sev. R. N. B. Holmes officiating. Hymns were Muskox Veteran At Del Bonita VAUXHALL (HKS) George "Lead Kindly LigiK" and "For Ever i I interior uisr a. t bright .clean aopearance the walls Wolosuk, young SOB of Mr and Mrs. the Lord. been kaJsomined and the cleaned last YOUTH IS INJURED week. DUST STORM CAUSES DAMAGE, H1LLSPRING HILLSPRING. (HNS) One of the worst dust storm ever :o hii! field the district struck with suddea fury MAKE CINDER BRICKS and terrific force from the north HILLSPRIXG. 4 HNS) The Friday evening about o'clock. I Cinder GLEN WOOD Keith Olsea had the misfortune to throw his left elbotr out of joint, suffering a severe sprain, while competing in the broad jump at the track and G. Wolosuk, had the misforaiae to break his arm one day last plaviag ball at school. He was taken 10 Lethbridgs, where ifae condiiioa of his arm. forced his confinement to Ss. Michael's hos- pital for further treatment. He will remain There for some days. KECUPEKATES AT HILLSFRING J Campbell is some to recuperate for j Numerous aad beautiful flowers! graced the church and casket re- ceived from the family, organiza- tions and friends. Interment took place in the cemetery following the service.. Bearers" were: Brent and Irvine j Fraser. Harry Gilroy, Melvin Dean. j Relatives son, t DEL 3. W. Orcutt, B.C.J a member Mnskor was in the district friends and neighbors the veekend. John says he is to get back civilfaatian- He said there plenty of and hi; boulders ia Berth, with temperatures ranging to 69 below zero. He is on 39- days leave pending bis discharge next month. His parents moved to Cardston just recently. r.j Cardston Airman I Back From O.C. Trees were unrooted, grain cut" off I prod-action. at the ground'and houses filled with were turned out Thursoay. Vern j some Km _ s ffflggiiSKi-JS ?3SK Fields Batoi Far R.CJLF. Orchestra RAYMOND CHKSX TFof the past four years Sgt. Robert McMul- len of Havscond has been enter- taining His Majesty's first went to Calgary and played in a band there. Then his ability to arrange inusic became known was transferred to Edmonton, where he spent a year arranging music for the different orchestras of thas city. A move to Toromo resulted in his being made the lead- er of an air force orchestra then seat overseas to entertain the troops in and on. the con- tinent. He and his group of overseas. dust. Davis, contractor and builder. Is in The bal! game betaeen the Hill- 1 charge of the corsirtictior. process, spring Lions and the Carriston In- i CHAMPION BOY SOLOES termediates came to a sudden halt just as they were getting nicely started and the crowd rushed for home and shelter. The storm lasted about two hours. Saturday, welcome showers fell which settled the dust. Friday evening a baseball dance CHAMPION IHXS> Leslie Christieasoa of Champion soloed for the firsi time last Sunday. He was the of the Champion F5y- iug Club to solo, with isaay others to follow. APPOINTS ENUMERATOR was held in the church Asseiablv j DSL hall sponsored by the Lions. The Anderson Sisters furnished the music. Due to the terrible dust stonn prior 10 the dance a smaller crowd attended than was anticipated. Dair- GLENWOOD'S CROPS BADLY DAMAGED GLENWOOD. (HNS) On Friday about 6 o'clock, for the se- son of Leihbridge. census commis- sioner for the federal district of Lethbridge, was through the distric: last week appointing enumerators for the forthcoming census. L. 3. Ughtfoot has been appointed enum- erator to take the census in Town- ships 1, 2 and 3 in Ranges 19, 20 and 21, wesi of the meridian. HONORED BY TJJKWA HIGH RIVER. About the chimney at the New Coaldale -jrork for one year prior to that time.' 350 mourners attended the funeral factory to topple and a new one had to be errected at csce. and Frank a; Macleod. Lethbridge seriices last Sunday aftemoor. rank and retired as a locomo- Mrs. Anna Resrfir. 'oeioved aun Michel, just a distance east of j the McGianis hill, whea a car driv- j ea by Pete Lazaruk of Natal went into the ditch after hitting a. cem- ent culvert. Two of she four occupants ia the car were sent to xhe Michel hospital with serious injuries. DoraCy received a fractured right arai white John Gaila sustained serious head injuries and a possible concussica of the brain The two other oeraoaats Ived cadr Natal and thence to the cemetery where the final graveside "sen-ices were held. Both members of the two- Italian societies, the men and ladies, took part in the procession. 1 Deceased had just passed her 2Ist birthday. She left for the coast onlv a little more than a year ago where she obtained a job in the citv of Vancouver. She visited her parents at Michel for the last time ;___' -.'mi" High River Fire Brigade Impeded HIGH RIVER. (HNS) High River fire brigade has had difficulty In combatting spectator traffic whenever the fire siren is sounded. The fire siren is the signal for every boy who owns a bicycle and every curious, car owner to dash madly to the scene of the blaze. This custom has impeded the authorized fire fighters, so the town traffic bylaw has been amended, requiring that every vehicle pull to ths curb at ihe sound of the fire engine siren, engine and fighters having clear right-of-way. The argument presented to the counciTis that two minutes after the souad of the siren are most important in case of fire and anv delay may bring serious result. In" the last local fire the engine was held up for two blocks trying to get by a youngster on a bicycle. and car owners are also casual in clearing the way for the men who are expected to do the work. A specific system of parking on certain streets of the town is also provided for in the new amend- ments. last CSriatmas and was reported to have been in good health unnl passing away suddenly last Mon- Besides her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D'Andrea, she leaves to mourn an elder sister. Mrs. H- Galla of Natal and two brothers. Val 01 Michel and Atnelio D'Andrea. who is still serving with the R.C.AJE1. stationed at Kapuskasing, Ont. The pallbearers were Y- DePoali, N. Mattussi. A. Bernardo, D. Colonel- lo, M. Pettoello, and C. Cimolini. Th" manv floral wreaths showed that deceased was held in high esteem throughout the two towns. VISIT AT CHAMPION looking green again. Friday's wind, however, did untold damage. A ride through the district reveals nearly all crops in stimmerfallow to be badly beaten, some fields looking completely bare. Only a few fields on stubble or sod escaped the cut- ting damage of the swift-moving dust. Mr. and Mis. John Morrisey were recent visi- tors in Champion visiting the lat- ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McLean, after an extended holiday through the United States. They are now on their.way home to Yohc, 3.C. CONCLUDE NATAL, first parish mission held for many years in. Natal-Michel, was successfully concluded Sunday night. May 19. before a laree congregation when Rev. Henry F. Bartley, C-S-SJR.. a redemtorist; missionary, gave the concluding sermon of the week old mission. MR. FARMER We give 24-hour service on any make of small gas engine.... See us soon about converting your washing machine from electric to vice versa. PROMPT, GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES OF WASHERS Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE 317 Eighth Street S. Phone 4456 GLENWOOD NEWS NOTES GLSNWOOD. (HNS) Mr. and Thaine Sxnith and chil- dren of Welling were visitors on Saturday and Sunday at the Clar- ence Smith and George Harking homes. Mr. and Mrs. Franz Loose have returned home after visiting the past week in Magrath where they attended the funeral services of Mrs. T. Ehlert. Miss Grace Stewart, who has been visiting with her parents the past week, returned on Sunday to Leth- bridge, where she is employed. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wight visited in Mountain View on Wednesday of last week -with Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Wight oa the occasion of Lovell's birthday. Mr. Wight went oa to Waterton that evening to attend a Scout meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stewart were visitors in Montana on Wednesday last at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berezay. Virden Archibald, who has been in the hcsnital for several weeks after suffering severe bums, re- turned home on May 12. He has now had most of the bandages re- moved- Marvin Harker left on. Saturday fcr Rochester, New York, vhere he will undergo an operation. He ex- pects to be home in about three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Head of Claresaolrn were here to visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Read, on Mother's Day, May 12. LUNDBRECK NOTES caL Mrs. Hood, member since is leaving Oregon. Mrs. aeen a member Bellevue Lions To Aid Students MEDICINE HAT SOCIAL NEWS was notified bv cable regarding the i succumbing last F passing of his" father. Funeral services MEDICINE ar- Pavilion was badly occupants were only Galia jonn Improve Roads Of was under! GardenCity (Soecial to The John MacDonald of Calgary Bellevue Lions have i rived oa Fnoay to spend tne wees- set up a fund of 3400 for to end in his mother, provide some financial assistance to students of the Bellevue-Eillcrest school district who may need help in securing advanced education elsewhere. Any student ia the school district who wants to go to University, business college, technical school or school of nursing, but. is handicap- ped fay lack of sufficient funds, is welcome to apply for aid. I for the Mrs. B. MacDonald. E. Jeffrev of the Northern Elec- tric Co.. Montreal, arrived on Sat- urdav and was the weekend visitor at the home of his sister-ia-law, Mrs. V. Parrish. airs. D. W. Gow and Mrs. R. T. Cunliffe were hostesses for the tea. Mrs. J. B. Colborae presided The total rate for 1946 taxes i i- 1 ting OCCUUieC liieiiiSJCIJa J.U1 xrift ffSSd i the hostesses location of the money taking into consideration the school records of the students and their need of as- sistance. The selection committee is to consist of one representation from f the Miners' Union, one from the School Board, one from the teach- ers, ens womaa aad one business man. present employees paying f their last respects to their fellow 1 npnite cemeterj. I workman of many years association eating a., aie aad extending their sympathy tc A niece the sorrowing family. Frank Dyck. in the Men- olU i MAGRATHL fHNSl -Tbft ir- f-r HOLD FUNERAL OF TWIN BGTTE LADY PINCHER CRSEH: Hospital patients last v.-eek were Thos. For- party MOTHERS ARE HONORED HILLSPRING. Due Vndjto no church services being held on of C i Mothers Day cue to L.D.S. stake Hudson '1 conference being held that day. the Ted Meeks returned to' his home i Sunday after having been a patienr REVISITS BURDETT hospital for" the last iiuspiuii another of the early residents. j called on some 01 his friends while Sunday Scnooi paid tribute to the j en rOute to his home in Peace River __ Mother's Sunday morning. No class- j district after visiting relatives to six es were and many beautiful j Ontario. j tributes both in word and song j L_________________ were given. An unusually large the of 3to H. BSa Solfson i number of mothers were in attend- j MILK RIVER NOTES nomw 01 _ ,._ pa.-h wax wir.h _____ vir- with 15 members present. ginia Wilde gave for the book re- i view. "The Fear Tree." Delbert Thompson, son of Mr. ana i Mrs. Jos. Thompson, has arrived nice was presented with p.ant. nome Mrs. V. E. Sobey 1 uSJT i La Prairie. IS BEREAVED HTLLSPPaNG. I HNS! Word has been received here by Mrs. George McConockie of the death of :r, M.P. for VTO'S NOTES SHAUGHNESSY NF5VS SHADGKNESSY. Aner MILS RIVER. (HNS> Mr. and Mrs. O. Kurlb'jrt and daughter, Kaihrine. left Tuesday morning lor Waterton, where they expect to be for some time. Mr. HujTourt is hired to do the interior re-deeorating of the- Prince of Wales Hotel. H. C. Moir left Tuesday evening for Edmonton ;o attend graduation exercises of his Arnold, at the University of Alberta. IRON SPRINGS NOTES IRON SPRINGS. Mrs. Frank Marsder. and small son. Francis, who recently arrived 'rozn England, were liiitors at her sister- in-law's. Mrs. Lome McDonald. Friends of Mrs. Jeff Wyraan will be sorry to U-arn she is seriouslv ill Reierstad was a! HULIUAX ia St. Michael's hospital. guest at the Sydney Dann DSI' BONITA fHNS> Leo j Mr. and Mrs. Sveret Sorgard were 1 Ranch i Spencer, local customs officer at the Calgary visitors last weekend. Mrs. Miss Emma- Mack of Ranchvffle i Del Bonita _point of enMy_ss on_va- j Cox returned with _ them for ajTsit Bettyjane Kouslev spent last week-- left for camp track meet to be held at Barons on 1 Saturday after a short furlough iia-v dl-__________________ spent at his here. HrtTinAV Miss Mabel a IIUL.IUAI 1 Miss Emma Mack of Ranchvffle I De onta pont o entry s on va- i Cox returned wit tem or a vs i sper.t Saturday and Sunday with i cation. F. Freeman of Nelson. B.C., before joining her husband in Coie- i Mr. and Mrs." Ted Marietta. is the relieving oSieer. man. _____________ SCONA When you are buying TOMATOES LEMONS BANANAS All Scona fruits and vegetables are carefully hand- picked for uniform quality, color and flavor. They Taste Better-ley Keep Better-They Are Better Look for them next time you go them, with the confidence you are getting absolutely the best you can buy. Scona lemons and tomatoes are packed in easily recog- nizable light green boxes with cellophane window, Scona bananas are easily recognized by the Scona labels on every "hand." ASK FOR SCONA Packed by Scott Fruit Co. Lethbridge MAY COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK TABER LEGION BAND IN ATTENDANCE RODEO COMMITTEE AND BOARD OF TRADE HAVE COMPLETED PLANS TO PEOPLE OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA AN ENJOYABLE HOLIDAY. CLARKE LUND, Arena Manager. NEWSPAPER! ;