1970 September V 18 N 8

Lindbergh Construction

Photo shows the stack being hoisted in place in the boiler room addition at Lindbergh operations. The new furnace in the fuse plant is now complete and in operation and the building and offices under construction at present. 




The smoke stack for the new boiler is being raised and set into place (the new conveyor is in the background). 


News From Lindbergh

By Tom Holliday

August 29, 1970, saw the wedding of Lorna M. Bjorn­stad to Mr. Arthur Roman­chuk. Lorna, the daughter of Elmer and Lenore Bjorn­stad of Canadian Salt townsite, has worked in the Lindbergh office on many occasions, relieving for sum­mer vacations and at Christ­mas vacation. The couple were married in the Elk Point United Church with the reception and dance fol­lowing in the Elks' Hall. The happy newlyweds will reside in Edmonton. Elmer Bjorn­stad, father of the bride, is the chief engineer at Lind­bergh works.

Friends and relatives gathered for a pleasant eve­ning at the Windsor Club club rooms on Aug. 18 to honor the new bride-to-be, Lorna Bjornstad, who re­ceived many useful house­hold gifts.

Lindberg Visitors

Howard and Aileen Austin were recent visitors to the Lindbergh plant and townsite. Howard is presently process supervisor at Canadian Salt Regina Plant.