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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APKIL In Federal Estimates New Customs Buildings At Coutts THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN It ed S the estimates present- the House of Commons at I onlj- specifically detailed defence re- I search item noted was for the es- j perimenta! station at Suffield. TS-e fftf Push Plans For Gladiolus dub BUTTEK GOES Vf Creamery butter advanced four cents a pound today, April 1. And housewives figured it was no April Pool's iofce. The butter situation is still fairly light but there is about enough avail-______ _ able to honor the present i held in Lethbridge this year, jjlans Certain that the First Canadian Regional Gladiolus Shoir will be butter coupons, a Lethbridge dairyman lion buildings at Cotttts. A fur- ther item of for im- and repairs fed- yeral buildings at Coutts. appears in the estimates. It is understood that the Item covers construction of a muili- Eeeded customs warehouse building and customs and immigration office at Coutts port of entry. The im- provements have Ions been urged but especially since the TJ.S. govern- ment erected a modem customs and isunigraiioa office at Swees Grass. Mont. In the estimates there !s the fol- lowing item under KShbridce: Lnthbridge oublic building, addirion. etc. (revcte S1S.GOC It is understood th's !s for an ad- dition to the post office. Among the new estimates, the is as compared with 180.000 in last year's estimates. Montreal 35 Toroaio 37 KorthBay 29 White River 35 Times Pictures Alberta Cattle 31 Dean Waterman Stresses Need For Clear Decisions There is no room for two centres said" the Kev. R. H. Water- man, dean and rector of Christ Churcii Cathedral. Hamilton, Ont., diocese of Niagara, speaking on be- half of the general smod of the Anglican. Church of Canada Sun- dav morning at St. AugUStin'S church. He was referring to the necessity of professed Christians making" a sharp decision between going after the things of the world or giving their utmost as followers of Christ. Taking part in the imnressive ser- vice bv readins the scripture was the Most Severend Philip Carring- 36 33 31 35 37 36 Kenora Winnipeg Brandon TJje Pas Minpedcsa Kegina Moose Jaw Saskatoon Prince Albeit 48 Battleford 40 Current 40 Leihbridge 51 Calgary 43 Edmonton 46 Jasoer 48 Prince George 50 Prince Hupert 43 Vancouver 51 Victoria Forecast 19 30 22 24 25 33 32 29 23 32 34 27 29 39 31 31 31 31 34 44 41 March 7 issue of I Times reproduces a the London large photo- I graph of Alberta range eaule cross- I Tf explains a ranch .03 .05 .14 .60 .19 .11 .04 .01 .05 .05 .04 .05 JO .05 I ing the Milk River, that she cattle range Lethbridge and con- ton. lord arcbbishoa of Quebec metroDolitan of the ecclesiastical province of Quebec, trbo is on his back east after viiiUug Indian schools in Southern Alberta. Criticizing: the evasive attitude of man-r people towards making vita! decisions, Dean "Waterman pointed cut that the refusal to take a clear grand carried it '.'tragic eon- sequences often more costly fijan any definite commitment." Inveigh- ing against "indecisiveness of he wondered if "we in Canada have enough. Christian- ity In the church for the job which Is before and added further: "There never -was a period in his- tory when the need for decision rests utson. us so heavilv as right now, for upon our present decisions depends the kind of -world we are going to have in 25 years." "The Hitlers of ttie he "would have found no -fecfcin? for their policies of aggres- sion, oppression and cruelty if there toad been sugicient Christians to everv country to check tbeir evil schemes of national aggrandize- ment." MANY ATTEND RUES FOR LATE C. D.TURNER Thft citv frail staff and civic or- ganizations wei-; v.-oil represented at funeral services for the late C. D Turner, former citv assessor, -arere held in Southminster church' at 4 DJU. Saturday. The veil filled auditorium and the large "array of floral tributes bore eloquent testimony of the Mgh re- garv today is 55; strong southwest- erly winds 25 miles per hour becom- ing gale force at 35 miles per hour this afternoon in southern portion. Medicine Hat north- ern portion. Cloudy with, fog be- coming clear Monday noon in southern portion. High today at Medicine Hat 50. Moderate south- westerly winds 10 to 15 miles per hour. covering more than 400.000 acres. The photo is one of a series being run bv'the Times to illustrate phases in the production of Enpire food- stuffs. Canada is making every eSort to supply Great Britain with meat and shipments are heavy at present, it says- Wool Executive The clipping was sent to Leth- bridge by R. R- Whitater, woo! man of Bradford, Yorks, an anrmal visi- tor to South Alberta before the war. Mr. Whlttaker was in Canada on the outbreak of war and returned to England immediately to assume the important post of assistant wool controller for Great- Britain. He is still engaged 5n this capacity anticipates an early return to his own business. An infantry officer In- the First Great War, .Mr. Whitaker entertain- ed-dozens of Canadian soldiers and airmen in Bradford during the war. The city is the centre of Britain's immense wool industry. for the event are cow being pressed by the Lethbridge Horticultural Society. A separate committee has been formed to work out details in con- srith ShOW, City (jlances BACK FSOX CALGAAY Phil Baker of incident the AlberU Beet Growers, ou returned front frltowing an in that city. He was atrav about a. mvntb. and home Butch City Veteran Dies At Calgary Services for Alfred Holmes, 50. Back To School Community Attractinf Lethbridfe nection with the regional which will be staged in the arena j Tuesday ar.d Weticesday. August 20 5 and 21, in conjunction with the j twenty-fifth anniversary ol Lethbridge ami District Horticul- tural Society. The first committee meeting: was held during the week, under the! direction of J. K. Downs, chairman j of the show, and plans were form- I ulated. to make the display one of the best of its kind anywhere. It was unanimously decided that exhibitors must be members of tire Lethbridge and District Horti- cultural Society, ss well as members of the Canadian Gladiolus Society. Many offers cf donations and con- tributions to the prize list are now being received fioai enthusiastic gladiolus fans, from growers and Wilbur George Calxarr. foracerly of whe returned to tlr aerriee. ha duced by "50 per cent. J At the present time only about 700; captives are held in the local pris-; oner of war camp. j It Is learned that most of tite Attached to tha local camp i while working in. forests of northern j Ontario will be evacuated to Britain j through the prisoner of war camp at Monzeith. Oat. deSaite decision has yet been' received by local agricultural oSJ-! tvais in reply to their request for the; use of 2.000 German prisoners of j war for farm. work in Southern Al- berta this year. Repats Coming Back By Air Seven Southern Alberta who were stationed as Down Amp- ney, Yorkshire, where earSy this year 300 R.C-A.F. personnel staged a sltdown will arrive this jnionth by air Ircsa Britain. The rren will be inchided In 250 men who Trill fly by groups from Down Aznpeey HocicUSe field, Ottawa; for repatriation. The Srs! Cighv is scheduled Wednesday. Tiie southerners are: LAC. A. G. R. Cope "Woolford: i po. J. H. Desbiess. Fiaeher Creek: FO. C. A. P. Feeney. PO. J. A. Hartley. Medlcl-.e Hat; LAC.j G. M. Haaschcn. Pearce: LAC. A. M. Strocastroe. Brant; PO. F. M. Yeo- mans. Blackie. !s sast "mXfA to sex. or otherwise and are urged to out in large numbers to support this effort. It is made- possJMe by co-operation of CoBmopoiitan Intersational Club, Adult BStt- cation CoUEcH. tfce Junior Cham- ber of Commerce, service clubs, and die services of many well-iE- fonced -Tfee enrciniejit of Si grres you five lec- tures continuing, sarotsgh ApnL CORNER CLEARANCE LAMPS On2 Red, one MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers IT'S HERE! THE STARTLING NEW WEED KILLER, Known. As "DEATH TO WEEDS- HARMLESS TO GRASS" 25cPkg. 250 Sq. Ft. Now On At Morris Barrett HARDWARE Before Renewing ANY POLICY JHONTE MM FOR KATES AXO COVOtAGl Be Wise-Insure With hes DANCE TONIGHT EAGLES to TRACTOR TIRES 316 ELEVENTH STREET S- PHONE 2007 _ Trimbles For Tires 1125x24 1275x25 1350x28 1350x32 ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE We Increase quality and ma chides Easter Merchandise Cards, serviettes, seals and novelties now an display. Select your while the ranje is the greatest. Commercial Printers and Office Outfitters Ltd. 326-7th St. S. Phone 2399 ICE You will find our delivery service reliable and satis- factory. MONTHLY RATES April 1st to Oct. 31st per month Nov. 1st to Mar. 31st per month WESTERN TRANSFER CO. LTD. FHOSE 2163 flffTRIC ITD. S. M. Rose. Dr- V. F. Swancesky and other city doctors -vrill take who had spent part of the evening part in this series of lectures during before thinking up "something 1 April and May. smart to play on the old man." Teachers as always -were on the ed sleepy-eyed only to be hoodwink- ed by their wide-awake offspring njii -------1 t alert, preferring if pressed to give series of lectures and an explanation of- the dav's origin, on home planning ana building. The Thev explained that the April Foo! i first speaker will discuss arcniiec- custom has a long history. In some' ture. The first .ecture will be de- manner it is a relic of once universal livered by V. Meech. Other spea..- ers will include MJSS L. Low. gov- jJiU A1114 If citizens are Interested in auiiQ- j ing they cannot afford to miss the j "Though April i appears to have special course. in N.H.A. Loans Bowman Agency Insurance, Real Estate, Rentals i been anciently" observed in Great i Britain as a general festival, it. was apparently not until the beginning of "the 18th century that the making of April-fools was a common cus- Lethbridge. but is open; states the Encyclopedia Bri- to any person desiring j tannsca. Asked regarding the manner Aaril Onb Procedure The course on procedure for clubs j has been arranged especially for] the Trades and Labor Council j POTATO GROWERS "We are buying NETTED GEMS CAPJ OADS OR TRUCKLOADS Plunkett Savage Lethbridfe Phone 2594 first was being kept at the Colle- giate. Tojn "Wood, president of the council, remarked: "I had forgotten about it." but added: "April Foo! tricks are not played I so much here perhaps by stu- dents ia grades 9 and 10. But the public school pupils seem to have a lot of fun on this day." struction for club officers arsd mem- bers. The first speaker -Kill be Har- vey Greenway, who -will explain general club procedure point of view Notice To All Service Personnel And Their Wives You are Invited to meet repre- sentatives of our committee at the Y.M.C.A. any Thursday be- tween tha hours of 8 asd pjn. Our committee -arill be glad to belp you in any possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee HEAR Sqdn. Ldr. W. H. Spaffort D.F.C. OF NO. 2 AIR COMMAND, WINNIPEG SPEAKING TONIGHT AFRIL 1st 8 P.M., MARQUIS HOTEL Canada's Interim Air Force and Enlistment Requirements Lethbridge appearance sponsored Lethbridge Junior Chamber of DISSOLVED ORAL VACCINE CATARRH NO ADMISSION CHARGE BODY OF "BILLY" i MERRIMAN FOUND In j Word "has reached relatives j the city that the body of "Billy" i i Merriman, 13, has been recovered 1 off the shore south and west of i Vancouver. "Billy" Merriman and his father Lloyd Merrimaa, were lost December 4 last their from the the executive of the club. Eis lecture will begin at p.m, tonight, in the Cea- i tral school. There wiil be an introductory pe- j riod of films beginning S p.m. j These films are being supplied by i the Jocal Sim exchange through the j court esv of Miss E. Patterson. -and j shown 'by members of tha Junior i i chamber of Commerce. This fea- ture alone is worth the price being charged for registration in -the ae- lies of Sve lectures. SUFFERS BURNS MEDICINE HAT, April W. E. Watkins, 69. Reddlff. suf- fered severe body burns Friday 'when boa't Capsized to a heavy-sea dur- her clothes caught wWIe she ln ia" was "The i stove ir-. her home. She was rushed Merriman family formerly lived at j to hospital here and Sunday was Retlaw. reported Improving. Supina Store News PHONES 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER 3458 FREE DELIVERY ENERGINE CLEANING FLUID, removes grease and dirt. Tin SILVER CREAM, RUG WASH, Nonsuch. OO _ Per bottle BISCUITS, Stoned Wheat Thins, Per plqf............. MUSTARD, Radwh. Per bottle COFFEE, Blue Ribbon. Per Ib............................... MEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Cooks Salesman (Insurance) Auto Bodymen Auto Mechanics Plumbers Silk Spotter or Finisher Tailors Coal Miners 'Blacksmith and Welder Farm Couples Tractormea Welders Carpenters Construction Laborers (C.P.K.) Wanted Cooks Coal Miners Watchmaker Tanner Accountants Bodymaa Auto Mechanics Welder Draftsman, and Compiler Geologist Saddle Maker WOMEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Davworkers Stenographers (Experienced) Maids (Country and City) Waitresses Hospital Help Cooks for farms Seamstress Chambermaids (Country) Housekeepers for Farm Every Rational Employment offers employment opportunities, both in it9 otcn area and from other districts in If able to fill any of the jobs here listed, or if seeking employment, contact your nearest Load Office of the NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE T I Dominion Labour Department Vltfrhfll ,.f I H.....I 'SPAPERf SPAPERf ;