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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1946 Armory At Vulcan Under Discussion VULCAN tives ol 21 town and district organi- zations met on Thursday evening la ihe Legion hall to hear outlined a tentative plan for a proposed armory for Vulcan. W. Allan and D. D. McQueen were elected president and secretary. C. R- Rob- son was nominated for president but declined to let his came stand, ex- plaining that inasmuch as he is so closely associated isrith the local he feu 15. would be muca CATCH WHITE GOJFHEBS DEL Glen Powesland caught two pure white gophers near the river, and had the unusual rodents on view in a wire bos on Thursday at the ball grounds. >v-J- more satisfactory to have a presi- dent outside the ariny. At the present, time ihe federal government, is considering building several armories at various points throughout the province and Vul- can stands a good chance of getting ojie here if the people set up a committee and show some real in-, teresL. Before any such plan could be considered it would be necessary to form a company of approximate- ly 100 recruits for the Reserve Arasy. because, of course, the primary ob- ject of such a centre is the build- ing uo of a nucleus of the Canadian armvr In view of the fact that Vulcssi aud district during she war just, past had a very commendable Hiim- ber of enlistments to tiie active services, and many won promotions, it is felt that, the community ap- preciates the value of sound mili- tary training. Also the fine record of local unit fiuring the war years has brought, Vulcan to the attention of the military authori- ties, having twice been awarded the proficiency award. The drill square and building for ihe armorv would require 600 by 300 feet of land. Mr. Allan said that a committee had visited the airport with a view of ascertaining if anv building there would be suit- able If one could be purchased- Two of them did seem to meet most j requirements. Suggested locations, if or when it is built, were dis- cussed briefly. One favored site was on the righthand side of the main west road leading from. toTfn. Another favored a location near the Memorial swimming pool if land could be madg available. It can readily be understood that the erection of such a building would be a real asset to the town. Not. only would the armory be used as a military centre, but, too, it v.-ould serve as a much-needed re- creation centre. This was one point much emphasized at the meeting. Full gymnasium and sport equip- ment would be on hand for the use of the public. Aside from militia and cadets, scouting, cubbing, guid- ing would be encouraged.- in fact. it is hoped to make it a focal point for all sports and youth training. Full time gymnasium and drill in- structors would be on hand to give professional training. Another meeting will be held on Wednesday evening. May 29th, in the theatre at which time Colonel Snow. Officer Commanding 13. win be on hand to give further details on the plan. Marathon Winner Back on the Farm HIGH (HNS) Eaynes of High River, who won the 30-mile maratiion at Midnaucire with his sorrel gelding Skipper oa May 24. is back on the job on the farm of J. Allen. Baker. Floyd's mother and other relatives live is. town and he has been emoloved on the Baker farm for the past ten months. Speaking of the sensa- tional race ana endurance test, Mr. Baker says: "I'm not surnriseti Havnes won the race. "When he does a job he does it well, and he had Skipper in Sue condition be- fore they entered ihe race. I think Skipper has come through the race as good as ever. Haynes. though only 20 years old. is one of the bass men I have ever had on the farm. He is a steady, hardworking young fellow, and there'll always be a. place for men of Ms sort High Taxes In Del Bonita Area DEL. ers of Del Bonita and districts living 30 to 40 miles from town, are won- dering when the taxes will reach Build Bulk Bins At Sugar City Plant I building four more bulk sugar stor- age bills at Raymond, tuch bin will be 83" high "inside measure- with a diameter of 33'. The walls will be constructed of i re-inforced concrete. Some 1200 yards of gravel. yards sand, bags of cement and 66 tons of steel will fee required. The bins will cost approximately DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE. Busy Southern Alberta Close Wednesdays Fernie Stores To Business Directory For Quick, Efficient Service get in touch with: HOME FROM ARMY the district are especially pleased bear that Miss T. Zo-Atiac. local of the Canadian Army teacher, is improving and the celling. The rates for as sent out by the municipality are as folios: Municipal tax. 7 mills, social sen-ices 3, hospital 5. ana education 20 mills. With dirt end a poor school, ihey are who is getting the benefits of the steady yearly increases in taxation. At the completion of these bjas. ,v-THRESHING K RIYEP huai GOOD KAIN meeting of the threshing machine can be much- council heard. Geo. Kuhi is thzesiung rye and oat stacks. HOME FROM HOSPITAL MILK Friends will be pleased to know that Geo. Kuh! of Milk River, has re- covered sufficiently to return home FSRNIE. has been seme dissatisfaction among io- __ ____ _ _ cal merchant regarding the new j doing" well in St. Michael's hospital I weekly schedule of store hours as after undergoing a major opera- proposed by one of the large stores, j uon. _ _ i There was a local merchants' j Monday evening in the. chambers, with James! needed rain started to fall aboas j White. Board of Trade president, 4 sjsi.. Tuesday, and was still con- i the chair. tinuing in showers at noon. Moss- After considerable discussion the lure measured inch at noon. i following hours were agreed SUFFERS BROKEN LEG effective July 1: I Donald Ma- i Monfiav S-30 a .so. to 5-30 PJK son. yqunges. son of Mr. and Mrs." Tuesday" 8'30 a_3. :o 5-30 p.m ACCOUNTANTS H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Slock. 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Phone 3043. j WELLINGTON BROS, "The Decor- jators." Ess. 1807. For estimates I Dhone 2472- Res. Sll-lOtfa St. 1833 AIR CONDITIONING FREEL SHEET METAL McCiarv furaace and modern air- conditioning. See our floor display 1329 FIRTH BROS. Spray Painting and painting. Quick Estimates Given on Roofs, Stsicco Houses, Farm Bondings. Phoae 373L St. N. 75 B8CCHET _ Painting, Paper- 32S-nth St. a Phose 3706. 200.000 !hs. 1.- WILL OPEN STORE GRANUM a. a i closed: Thursday. Mr. ing it remodelled j WINS CARMAKGAY _ The Mr. Bental of the Dominion Con- struction Co. of Vancouver has his shop ana is navsng u rernoaeut-u j oiayed a same crew here and construction is well j and redecorated. Mr. Hahn is open- j aKains, jhe ca'manea" ei-is' -ea-i under way. The work will foe com- j ing a general store as soon as build- s !oca! is ready. i time to take I j.- year's. FARMS CHANGE HANDS pletejj in plenty of care of sugar fros beets.. The warehouse has for bag j sugar storage a capacity of 145.003 ______ hundred pound bags. Thus there j Ksrm southeast of "town andp'JT- at the loca! .astbail "diaaiond on _ Monday. The Caraiangay teaci showed better co-operation :han The warehouse has for bag} R. formerly and won th? storage a capacityof 143.009 recently sold a half section of his j NEW MAGRATH BVSLNESS Tabcr Pioneer, A. Carr, Buried of the. late Albert Carr, Taber pioneer. Tvho s espired early Victoria Day in a hos- j pita! at GJeichen. where he had lately resided, vvas held here Mav 27th. Rev. Arthur Thooipson. rector, conducting: services in St. Theo- dore's Anglican church service wth final rites in Taber cemetery. In his address the rector said the here- after triU depend for us on ideals business opening itagrath's serve :he J iii each good year tne amount of sugar the near she has not cwned fill this storage space. an auMffioave shop Of ar.d operated bv R-jloa v. _ _ cided what she "will do but intends-Thomson, late of the 3e- to visit, in the States for a while. Creston Workers Will Make Boxes Despite Pickets To enable manufacture of fmit. containers for Creston fansers. 95 per cent we have developed here, and that 1 of the Cresion lumber miii employ-. UNDERGOES OPERATION God sees in a inan much tiiat his fellowmen ofren do not. Struck dotvn in the late pion- eer had suffered greatlr and accept- ed his fate. He had not known him well but had talked with him and assured he had found true rest. The casket was covered and chancel banked with the manv wreaths of roses. members of Taber fire brigade sat in a group, and formed a guard of honor Pall- bearers were Rcbr. Patterson. R. H. Anderson Geo. tJpvitt. Chas. Ed- wards. A. Marshall. Roy Tolion. T. Carr. local funeral director. in charge. Rector, choir anrt audience, sari? the Nunc Diroittis as the casket was borne forth. The late Albert Carr would have Lutherans of Norm America nave been 55 vesrs old this week. HA was i combined their forces in a special known for phvsica! vigor till 10 i drive for funds for physical relief n- SULLIVAN MTXE BLACKSMITH PASSES KEMBEELEY, jamin Skorheim, age 64, foreman blacksmith for the Sullivan mine operations here and an employee of the company for 26 years, died suddenly at his home in Haopv Valley subdivision. He was bom lii North Dakota. Ke was a member of the Knights of Pythias lodge for 38 years, and as a member of the Kimberley chapter received his post chancellor office in. 1943. Surviving him are his wife, a son Clarence, and daughter, Mrs. Mark Beduz, and three grandchildren, all in Kimberley, a sister and three brothers in North Dakota- Funeral arrangements were made by the Knights of Pythias lodge hare, with Rev. S. T. Galbraith officiating. ees have agreed to work despite Woodworkers" Union picket lines, it was reoorted by L. Cooper, man- ager of Creston Fruit Exchange. The mill has been tied up by ihe British Columbia lumber strike which began t-.vo weeks ago. It was feared that the tieup of the box industry would result in large crop losses due to shortage of wooden containers for shipping fruit. Lutherans Unite To Feed Hungry vears ago since when he had been i in Europe and Asia. All the fore enlisting in the air force, he ________ took an extensive training course, DEL of at the provincial Technical School j in Calgary, and then followed work i of the same nature in the; services, so he is well qualified. j Besides doing the repair srork. he also intends to carry repairs for' isale for the batteries, magnetos. generators, etc., thai he is going to service. Some electrical supplies" I will aiso be handled. A chsrger and test equipment are all MAGRATH fHNSi Winter j gpir.g to be installed when avail- Stinkweed Pest hi Winter Wheat wheat conditions in this district at 1 able. fin rsnr nrnmise verv heaw present do not promise very heavy returns this fall, as most fields are j very heavilv infested with rank j growth of stinkweed- Some farm- ers have resorted to mowing the j crop just high enough sec the j stinK weeds back so thai they will j be delayed in going to seed. It is j hoped that this will give the grain' a belter chance to grow, in the event of much needed moisture fall- ing now. Tomato Plants Wr now have pUnts. earliest varieties, ready for distribution. Place your orders immediately. Contracts for potatoes are still open. Southern Alta. Co-op. Vegetable Growers Limited Stafford Block. Lethbridxe CHA8LTON HILL 1 1 Shee; Metal and Hoofing Contracts.! Furnace and Eavestrough. Repairs. __________________________1823! ALTO WRECKERS __________j j McLAUGHLCS Gmrate and Aato; interior and Exterior Decorator. Ccraer of 4th AVe. anfi Modern Sc ARCHER 3rd St. Phone 2318. 10 j 3.7S5 BEAt'TYJ-AJKLORS CALI> BSACTY for your Next Do. All -srcrk guatasteed. ___ _ ?hor.e 3S52._______60? VOGL'E BEAUTV SHOP i Street North. i The u: Hair StvUng. Phone 22S7. S24 PIANO TUNING GEBA2D HOEK5TRA Phone 3355. 15SJ5-4ta Ave. N IS52 RADIO REPAIRS BABY BCGGY REPAIRS Phone 3232 BERT MAC'S Where they build up the performance of vcur Not Charges. St. S. BABY 3CGGY wheels retired, re- paired and trued. Sevice while you wait. BERT JC- MAC'S St. S. Phone 3.32. ________________________ 3S1 BICYCLE REPAIRS BARRETTS EXPERT RADIO AFPUANC3 REPAIRS. AIJ. PARTS AND GUABANTE2D. CLARKE BLK- PEONS 4554- 1323 Honor Retiring Rail Worker Honoring W. R. McColl. night locomotive foreman of the Canadi- an Pacific Railway. Lethbridge. on his retirement, approximately 150 here. Some vounger members and raiseo the parents are buried here, Surviv- Large sums have in a smoker Legion Eall, with A. J. Burrap being the chair- been maa. Lutheran During the presentation ing are three daughters. Mrs. Geo. Percy of Warner and Cardston. The Carr familr connection is wide, and has ever been active in community and church affairs. New Community Council's Plans Four Important proposals taken under by the L-ethbridge Community" Council meeting in the Y.M.C.A. auditorium Monday night under the chairman- ship of Walter Lewis. The 40 coun- cil members voted to take under review Phone 4167. ___________________________ 560 REPAIRS____________ Expen; Watch and Clock Kenans. MAC'S WATCH SHOP. 1573 WELDING ____ Phone 3S39 for Portable Prompt Service. Guaranteed Work Richard's Welding. 323 4th St. S. We change the steel rims of tract- or wheels to rinis suitable for rubber tires. WELDER PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue Phone 2544 1590 ;