Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY Moose Gives Chase .5. Cranbrook Area Farmer Unexpected Thrill CRAKBROOK, (HNS) Cranbrook's frontiers, arduously pushed into the wilds over the past fifty years, caved in a little recently in the Jap Lake farming area a few miles from here when wild life got the upper hand of two well- Icno'aTi local citizens. A few tons of moose had the ini- tial victory. John Phillips, who farms there on a peaceful walk in the woods apparently came too close to a mooie calf. "Mama" moose took offence and breathed hotly down his neck for two rapid miles at, Mr. Phillips' top speed before she abandoned the chase. Humminc Bird, Too His neighbor, L. P. Sullivan, farmer, miner and retired news- paper editor, extended sympathy on the incident- A few days later Mr. Sullivan was quietly weeding his garden when a humming bird Newlands Proud Of Enlistments Ed. Reihl has returned home from oerseas. He arrived in Halifax last Monday on the He De France and makes "the boy to come home. There were fourteen boys and one girl from this small district in the services and all returned home '.vitn the exception o{ Jimmy Schan. who lost his life in a motorcycle acci- dent. The Newlands Social Club met on Wednesday with Myrtle Duhamel as hostess. Plans were made for the final Home" party for the district boys, all boys being home now and all discharged with ihe exception of Glen Claydon and J. Campbell, both stationed in Lethbridge. This party will be at Kewlands school May 31st. Sold at all Drug- and Dept. Stores Dist. Raymond and Ryder 1947 Charles St., Vancouver Eastings 3455-R. darted past him into the fence and knocked itself out. Recovering con- sciousness to find Mr. Sullivan towering over it, the bird appar- ently figured it had been slugged from bebind. It marshalled its forces like a squadron of Mosquito bombers and new in on his face from all angles, forcing him into an amazed with- drawal into the house. The west is not. yet iamed. Horse Follows Rider In Death CRANBROOK. mosfc a vear after a, Kimberley school teacher, week-ending at her home on St. Mary's Prairie, was lulled in a fall from her horse, :he horse is also dead from violence. The rider was found dead of a broken neck along the trail where she was rsdaig alone when the ac- cident occurred. The corse has been little ridden since that time. Recensly an ex- perienced horseman from Kiraber- ley was givea permission to ride it. He was putting a halter on the j animal ia its corral when the horse j panicked, threshed about the cor- ral so that no assistance could be i given, and strangled itself on the i tangled ropes and straps of the halter. Return WARXER BRIEFS Ada De- lanev of Grants Pass, Oregon, is here for a time, visiting her brota- ers, Bill and Clare. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Holroyd and Mrs. Ole Lein spent a couple of days Great Falls. Moat., last week. J. MeNlckol of the Texaco Ser- vice Station, left recently for a month's holiday at Vancouver and sill return by eastern points. Mrs. W. Coo-noes and son. Dean, returned fror. "algary oa Sunday, where thev the wedding of Ben Coombes and Miss Kaye Fisher on Friday last. Ole Lein was rushed to a Leth- bridge hospital on Friday night and operated en immediately for appen- dicitis. His condition is good. Rev and airs. H. E. Meier and daughter Marilyn, left Monday to attend a conference at Regina. The silver tea on Friday after- noon, sponsored by the U.F.W.A.. was a success. It was held in the new home of E. Gunlock and visi- tors were present, from. Milk River. The Home and School Association held their meeting on Monday eve- ning. Mr. Tingley of Edmonton the guest speaker and gave ihe parents great encouragement as to retaining shop and economic room. ENCHANT XEWS NOTES ENCHANT (HNS) Mrs. D. Hegland, who has been confined to hec bed at the home of her daughter. Mrs. O. C. Jacobson. for the past three months, was taken to St. Michael's hospital in Leth- bridge on Friday last. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gleddie and family of Jenner. Alta- arrived on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Jacobson, oarents of Mrs. Gleddie. Mr. Gleddie returned to Jenner on Sundav afternoon and Mrs. Gleddie and children will visit at the home of her parents until Saturday. CPL. BILL VOTH COALDALH. After serving 16 months overseas, lately with the occupation forces in Ger- many. Cpl. Bill Voth. 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Voth of Coaldale, returned to Canada on the Ee De France arid arrived at. his home last Saturday morning. He will spend a month's leave with his par- ents. Pie. Abe Wulins. son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Wilhns of the Readymade district, also arriied on the lie De France and is now with his parents, while Craftman Jake Giesbrecht re- turned on the same boat, but, is spending a few days with friends en route. He is the son of Mr. arul Mrs. Jacob Giesbrecht. DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE Busy Southern Alberta BUILDINGS DAMAGED Considerable crop damage was caused ia this dis- trict by the f unous gale which struck last Friday cvenmg. Three the church on profession of faith and two by letter. DR. McDO.VAJLD SFEAKS BOW a. J. McDonald, home mission super- Parallel Parking Planned At Coletnan Chilly Lilac small buildings on the farm of Ros-! mteadent for the United Church. eoe Matthews were twisted sideways by the winsi and one completely de- molished. Reseeding is progressing from the wind 10 days ago. WATER IX DITCHES spite of i liad and frost, many lilacs were able to survive and Save bees hloomicg for the past 10 days. Water is now running in the irrigation ditches. Farmers Those spring grain has come uo report it being r McDonald and Rev Sroos main street. Council ex- j ____ ____left on Monday mom- a difficulty from motcr- j ing for Edmonton where they will: at the start of this new parking was guest minister at the St. An- drew's United Church oa Sunday last, when the church was filled to capacity to "hear him speak of the work of the church in the Doini- attend the sessions of the confer- ence there. THIRD TRIP OVERSEAS (HNS) James Allan. D.SO.. son of Mrs. decree bus as drivers become more efficient at parallel parking zhese j protests are expected to die a natur- i a! death. is favored by the less parching eas' and north winds that have prevailed LOIS Allan of Macleots. 'and the late DIES IN TORONTO of late. LAND SALES ANNOUNCED by Donald Atkinson. The former Spivy farm. Sve miles out on the West Hi-Way, was sold to Fred Warburton. The other land is a small parcel at iae northeast cor- ner of town. Earl Nielsen will build a modem house here this summer. Both men are being aided by the Veterans' Land Act. WATERTON COTTAGE SOLD MILK Dr. and Mrs. Giles have sold their cottage at Waterton to Roy Pease and Mr. S.-Sgt. John Allan formerly of the I !ef; Calgary Wednesday KIMBERLEY. Jas. evening for overseas. This is Major 1 Cairns, age 68. a longtjaae resident ___ ___ 1 Allan's third trip overseas. He saw Kootenays, died recently at MILK sales j heavy service and was badly wound- Toronto where he had been living of land were announced this week j ed in Italy uinle with the for the past two years. Born ia Highlanders His wife, the former Scotland, he carce to Canada in Alberta Bremner. with their small j 1910 and to Rossland in 1316 where daughter, resides in Calgary. he began mining work with :he GOOD NEIGHBORS Ftrnm-a. mine. He came here in 1920 i HIGH KIVSR The j and worked at the raise here until 1 neighborly spirit of Cayley district i his retirement In June, 1944, when was again demonstrated when nine he end his wife to Toronto 10 outfits pulled into the farm of Mr. j live with iheir daughter. Surviving and Mrs. Xf. Foose ar.d 10 him are his wife and daughter. Mrs.' Eegraving- tfce sight of May 9. W. a Van !ef; 'he water sprinkler rurs- Rain IB Urgently Needed, Newlandt are experiencing driest in years with disastrous results if rain doesnt come soon- Fanners hare for lack of fnoJscure, froei also frozen beets, and are still re- seeding. Some have riad to re- seed all their acreage. Wheat is patchy ajad showing tin lack of saoisture as as iiad. Winds from both north and itaTe been serere and damag- ing. Pincers are a3 irri-srstssg aS grains, also some beet fields. DOXATE TO CAXCEK FCX1> VATZXHALL. CHNS> The WiUSng: Workers aiet- as the horae of Mrs. J. J. Beic, -Bids 19 reerobers present. The president, Mrs. N. Ostifkiok, in the chair. I; was decided to donate to fund. Additional rusg to his Raymond garden. Tern- dropped into tise birthdav box peratures drooped to 13 degrees of by those raernbers taring birtadays frost and in the rjiornics the above Szt Mav. Tae raffle woa by picture was snapped of a Silae bush.: Mrs. 'Wills. A contest -vas oos oa The icicles broken off afid by Mrs. Nadarosay, Ui prize cream. ion 07 Mrs. J. V. Ritchie Pat erson Company ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS P.O. BOX 940. 5 and 6 ACADIA BLDG. TELEPHONE 2619 612 TB3RD AVE. S. 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 Notice to Farmers and Ranchers: This is to notify the genera] public that our sole authorized JACOBS WIND ELECTRIC DEALERS in Warner, IVHIk River and Coutts are Auto Service Milk Electric Motors Only sales made through the above named dealers in their respective districts ivill carry our factory five- year guarantee and service policies. (Signed) JACOB WIND ELECTRIC CO. INC. 11 Minneapolis, U.S.A. "NO ACCIDENT WEEK" AT KIMBERLEY, B.C. KIMEERLEY, B.C. rigid labor laws nor hours of work in those days. IT'S HERE AGAIN IN A BRIGHT NEW PRESS WITH FREB JUNKET RENNET vTABLETS WRITE IOW FOR SAMPLE-RECIPE BOOK Give the children their beloved ice cream, home made, with the bother, half the only the lightest cereal cream or top milk, flavoring and "JUNKET" RENNET TABLETS. "THt 'JUNKET 133 Katf SI. Weil No hue' thanks to Blue! That's all... just swish of Bluo in final rinsing on waiMay, and out vra f they should Blue to eJiminatu the yellow that melees clothes look aid it's sure, quick, and easy to a really white -wash! VS. Seven colours combine to mate while, one of is btue. must added to make frwe -white. JUNKET RENNET TABLETS KEEN S BLUE PREVENTS CLOTHES TURNING YELLOW Your old favourite, Heinz Cooked Spaghetti, is now packed in a sparkling new glass container. It has all the old goodness all the old distinctive flavour. You'll like it better than ever. HEINZ SHOW ME A MAN WHO IS HARD TO PLEASE" "Show me a man -who is partioolar, and FU show you a man who will certainly appreci- ate the brisk flavour of Lipton's The more discriminating your taste, the more you will enjoy the lively, refreshing flavour of Lipton's Tea, always spirited and full- bodied that it makes ordinary teas seem dull and flat. Yes, you will like Lipton's, the tea that experts say has brisk flavour, always fresh and tangy, never wishy-washy. Ask your grocer for brisk tasting Lipton's Tea, MAY COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK TABER LEGION BAND IN ATTENDANCE GIVE PEOPLE OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA AN ENJOYABLE HOLIDAY. RODEO COMMITTEE AND BOARD OF TRADE HAVE COMPLETED PLANS TO CLARKE LUND, Arena Manager. ;