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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1946 Versatile Stretcher INVENTION RAYMOND MAN GAINS IN FAVOR s serious accidents where use of a stretcher is urgent- _ It is Afc- invention, namely a First Aid Stretcher has been rapidly becoming popular not only in bis home town, but throughout the dis- trict. A hand made model of the stretcher has been recently used in several emergency cases in Ray- and the inventor himself has been called repeatedly to demon- strate his invention before public gatherings and various institutions. (1> Thus on Apnl 25ih he had tfee opportunitv of demonstrating tne model in" Lethbridge at ihe local centre of the St. John Ambu- lance Ass'u at the meeting that was sponsored jointly by the pro- vincial commandary of the asso- ciation and Safety Supervisor of ihe Compensation J3oard. representatives of these also All the observers adaptable to the various conditions and positions of the injured, be- sides, in no time, it may be con- verted into an adjustable cot. (2} On May ISth, Mr. Atwooo. was called to demonstrate the stretcher in a series of applica- tions in Cardston. namely, in pres- ence of Doctors Key, Dolery, Tomp- kins and a number ol nurses m the Cardston hospital and in the local clinic. The patients were picked up on the stretcher, carried and unloaded on the bed vrtta ease, speed and efficiency, practically without direct manual handling or patients iumbla before the Coal Con- vention. He is planning to attend the gathering and let the miners see the stretcher in practical ap- plication. (4) Dr. J. H. Walker of Kay- ruond. a first medical officer be- fore whom the model was initially demonstrated, appreciates greatly special features of the stretcher. It is on his call that the appliance has been used locally in several cases of the seriously ill or seri- stretcher into an Cadets Smart At Inspection the oc- casion of their annual inspection ____recently. Fort Macleod Air Cadet of the i Squadron No. 14 of Macleod was led adjustable cot to the parade ground at the old Xo. bv tne Macleod band dj- tions as as. in their first of the Mine Rescue Station of the city commended highly the invention. In their unanimous opinion it is an invaluable appliance in cases of on the appliance and predicted a great future for the stretcher. Only recently the inventor received an invitation to demon- strate his invention in British Co- Wonderful Waterton JL. T T -r- Building Active in National Cabins at News Notes AVVTERTON PARK iHNS) Mrs. Paul Kuschel. owner of the Watertoa Lakes Hotel and Chalets snd Ballinacor Hotel, and her son Lee. arrived last week and have opened the Ballinacor Hotel for the season. The Waterton Lakes Hotel rected by Bandmaster Chas. Jor- dan and "led by Majorette "Pat" Mc- Gregor. A large number of towns- people witnessed the cadets put through their drill by FO. J. R. Hunt. Squadron Leader Tnckett. D- .O. of the district containing DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE Busy Southern Alberta CALLING KAIN branch of the Red Crass met at the rain home of Mrs. Carver, Wednesday, has been predicted, none has fallen afternoon. Mrs. B. Stauth presided. SHE'S LUCKY With 1 Farmers In Madeod District Deal With Problems At Mass Meeting in this area A number of farmers i bringing all busirsess up to date. Tc are waiting for a good rain before itrs. Otto re-seeding blown-out fields, after the recent high winds. TO HAVE OPERATION CV Jacob- son lets for Lethbridge on Tuesday where he will the hospital raffle by ICSY auoxocis, jua. v-w MACLEOD. CHNS) Sotneied OUairs fKh will likely consider as 150 persoiis attended a farmers' I bearing signatures of farmers j j luckv one." On Saturday after- mass meeting Wednesday eifening, terested and also one Sr, and Mrs. wier and Mrs. Pol- found again, the I at tfee South Maeleod community; names of veterans -sere taking lock tied lor the contest. diamond "from iier ring, for she i hall, called by the AJ.TJ. to discuss lap farsaisg TrithlE tee pEOpoMd BBEAVir SHOWERS AT PUNCHER jturd time irrigation, the proposed municipal j district. A, CharaDEeys, K. PINCHER CREEK (HNSj The first time she loss her cia- hospital dlstrsct and income tax. t Orr and Everest, Chug? trere ap- Heavy and beneficial showers and i mond was several years ago. and as; u was cistiosed that the local j as a eossmittee to attend rains Sr> in tfSzS matimr general rains receiv it -nas lost __ _ ________ _ _ _ __ __ __ matter. for an eye operation, 1 Pincher Creek area throughout; It was "quickly recovered. loads of axxi-vere sow oa! Wm. Murphy, a next few cays. He will be confined I Tuesday evening and Wednesday. The second time it was lost in; their 'ourth posts we-e un- i provlsionai ciunicipal tn the hosoiial for the next ten rains ahnur tfce {arm vard. and a great deal of lOa made ''iw o' S board, addressed toe bad already shipped in three car-, loads of fence pests and were cow oa jo the hospital for the next ten days or two weeks. KED CROSS MEETING TURIN (HNS) The local C.O. lethbridge. Pe; Claresholm Condition Stoney Indians Improved HIGH Speaking to Spitzee Chapter I.OJXE-. May 21. on the question of IrMfiart pro- grass in Alberta, John Laurie. sec- ported will continue Albert Roper. to be managed by Dr. and" Mrs. Dobry of Cardston are spending a few days at their summer home in the park. Mrs. Stan Howard, who has been visiting her Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Percv Gregory, has returned to her home in Lethbridge. v Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Oland of Lethbridge were visitors in the park over the weekend. Much building. and improve- ments and addition to residences and business houses is going on at present. W. Van Moorlehem is building a large cinder-brick ware- touse addition to his Variety store. Art Baalim is remodeling part of Ms house and building an exten- sion. Archdeacon Middleton of Cardston is building a new sum- mer cottage. G. Burns, park fore- man, has finished his cottage com- pletely with red brick, and Haug is busy constructing cabins at the Coffee Shop, by the bridge at the Keer. the C.O. of the Macleod squad- ron. The boys executed their move- ments with precision and were dressed, inarching like vet- erans." TO, M- Cleaver and F.-S. D.F.C.. the aiyjjretary of the Alberta Indian Asso- tjje 1 ciation. said "Seventy-five years lur- j ago the Alberta was on a jji-jj 1 buffalo economy, roving the plains, p rj_ j depending upon the buffalo for food, clothing, shelter. They were about, in the same place as the white man's ancestors were 1400 years ago. some of us ex- pect to bring the Indian to white The rains commenced miles east of town and co-.ered an 1 searching it to'light in miles east ci town and co-.ered an searching tt to ugct m for tiv ho'ding of a huge farmers'I regai area from there west and south to I hay in a setting hen's nest. Satur- oa dav se: gave "ttfsjtortfm woo J regard w the T of the hospital meeting in district and dates of sseesings so this districj is not suffering from 1 once she was lucky "enough lack of moisture and moisture con- j to find it. m are ncrmaS, ihe precipita-1 the fact that she has tion is alwaj-s welcomed by the j had such unusual iuci in fir-dscg farmers. Some wind damage has' it eaca wrce :t is lost, she been done the uncle crops; that the be the last here are in fine condition and pas- j ture and range lands are in excel- I lent shape j KILLS BULL SNAKE i MACLEOD When travelling south at the Willow Creek railTray crossing south of] Granum. Joseph Maughan. well J driller of Macleod, a Urge sr.ake members 10 and also oce at. f roi Poist os June 7. James Hartley, llespital Grandmothers See Fashion Parade ________________ _ _ the Barr. Jos' Scots, WEI. Carrathers, j proposed chafes" in 'the present Events Chugg. its. Gray, Arnold 'hospital la regard to nurses and Champcevs. Wns. Bhffiden. Jacob' i Pott. Albert Van Weidea and Wii- The pronosed district Trifl j fnd Perrin. lfJ3. of Bright No. 15 as- f I: was that the dis-'sesKd property of S3294.130 at 3 I tncs convention would be held at mils and tfce town of Maelecd -xiSa. Creek opening at 10 ajn.: assessed property of as 4 Wednestiav, June 14. i miT-s brinsiag rr-.-er.ue respectively Mr. Burbicge, speakins in regarc. of S10.1S2I3 and 33.73536 annually. to the prices or wheat, said that tie' The revenue including the inspection on parde ground the squadron marched to their large assembly room (the old sergeants' mess where thev laid out all their equipment entrance of the park. Mr. and Mrs. Geralt turned for the summer after spend- ing the winter at the coast- Mr, and Mrs. Andy Straiten of Vancouver, spent; several days visit- ing m the park; recently. June Rackette is a patient in Cardston hospital, having under- tone an operation for appendicitis on Monday. Her father. James SackeKe, is a Datient, in the same hospital where he has been for the j iast six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Delany of Gal- garv, were recent weekend visitors! HoluS Achievement man's standards in 100 years, de- our negligence in giving in- telligenr instruction, tne .h. Describing the condition of Stoaey Indians on their reserve as "ter- rible until very Mr. Laune said that the Stoceys might well choose as their theme song "Ole _ 0d >JVi igj -WiW on long tables for inspection cesiae because through pow- rnr.ther table on which was er sites On the river and oavrnents the framework of a glider construct- ed by the youths and glued carefully together. er sites on the river and payments I Bow Island Sewing Clab to aark. Mrs. Delany, a war bride, arrived in Canada oy plane from Scoltand, a short time ago. Miss Nan Delany of Calgary has returned to the park for the sum- mer months. LAC. Tom Rechner. whose wife. BOW 20 members of the "Jolly Seamster club entertained their motn- ers and friends at an achievement dav in the Community Memorial from the Calgary Power Company, the tribe has acquired a substan- tial reserve fund. Lands have been acquired adjacent to the present reserve to augment Morley Reser- vation, and k is understood there curled up at the sice not knowing if ii was a pois- at the home of JITS. F. A.; the members of Perfection Lodge! 3IOXARCH NOTES lightly, enjoying MANY HOLIDAY SEEKERS CREEK. (HNS) grandcliildren. while Mrs. L. Sellers perfect dav as cost of oil and machinery. _ was the one who had risen most hundreds of hoiidav seekers passea Chamoneys dav and others for the weekend, j is to be furmer land purchase to With the theTO- feature of entertain- was a fashion parade in costumes meet some of she urgent needs of the Stonev band west of High River. Commenting on the more sym- pathetic attitude developing in the Department of Indian Affairs, the speaker referred to general inade- on Mondav afternoon, when quacy of educational facilities, hos- ,_ j. .r- the ja_ LAC Tom Recrmer. wnose wue. Eall on Monday aiieruuuii, ui iuciiitic tbe-former Miss Gladvs Strate, and i uiev had the fruits of their years pitals and medical care for i small son have resided in the park j on display lor judging. Miss cuan population. These are -___ _ T T M15S cfrsmcort ?su for some time, returned home irom overseas last week and rejoined his family here. It was his first meeting with his voung son. Mrs. Ray Camell and son will arrive next week from Sagland and vrill jom Mr. Carnell. who is ena- ployed with the Park's Depart- ment. Mrs. P. L. Rhodes has arrived in TaPrile Low of and Miss j points in all representations at N J Hogg of Calgary were the Ottawa. He said the Indians were presidin0- judges, and tfce articles appealing for day schools rather v'ere judged according to merit. than the residential schools which Articles of sewing included dress- es" anrons, pyjamas, laundry bags. degree mark and no wind it boast- ed to be the most perfect day so' far this year. Severs! cars from the TJ.S.A. were also seen in town apparently coming over the Chief Mountain highway which opened on, Friday. The Pmcher-Waterton road, while not in first class couciaon, is fairly good and road crews have been working on patching this oighway for the past several weeks and it should be in reasonable repair by -n voore olrf .0 J ears old. DRAW NATAL. B.C. The competition at the Michel Colliery for the j at the hcrae of Mis. Peter Hooft .-vijiuiu a member of on Pridav afternoon, in honor 5f the Souiii Macleod Irrigation Dis-'Mrs. Ralph Paper