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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY. APRIL 3, 1946 St. Stephen's Convocation Lethbridge Ckgyman Given Honorary Degree Doctor Of Divinity IZBSOKTOX. Aprfi ersrv degrees of doctor ol divlniry! were conferred last sight upon one and three Start Work Coutts Road ANOTHER WAR BRIDE Another bride, Mrs. Evelyn Wojtowicz. is due io arrive in TPtaiifgy sboarcl the1 He de France on Friday, sae- is coning to Lethbridge to relatives at 1236 14th avenue Acquires fjParagon News CONSTRUCTION JOBS WILL BE STUDIED IN LIGHT OF NEW ORDER St. Steph tifiolsEical of Alberta. j Bev. Dr. A. D- Miller, principal chancellor, was chairsas conferred the degrees. which to Sev. Bobert MsgOBt-n e_ bridge, past preacent of the Alberta j eneent of AH People's Mis- and D. C. Kamsey oil Oarneau United church, former] of SSffioston Fresbyzery. j Th" cos vocation address was ce- j lirered bv Bev. VT. H. Moss, Dnan- fceHer. sac Hsr. J- FSweeK, Vsffiton, the address from the chiireh board. Prof. S. J. f Thompson presentee lie report of j sersie." were rsrEseniec. to j. A, Boorinsis of Blairmore. arid A. S. j ioree of Sanion, graduating siu cess of the theology clfssfff.. Popclar Minister A man of line personality fined Or. Fred Xannibc Company, limited of Calsary, started work on the Couiss highway ifcout a stile southeast of Wilson SSdinff Mondav They bare the contract for ihe eartii work the vblcil will be It is planned that the work proceed towards Icihbridge, in order that the road" nay be finished in the- irrigation area as soon as possible. Then the eremr will return to Craddock ta work towards Wilton Sidint in order to complete that liok in ihe bighway. Fhoro tjr Cross; Herald Sng. DK. KOBT. 3IAGOWAX i JToronto fWhiie River......... IFort iKenora given ihe parsonage an atmos- i 5 jMoose Jaw j Saskatoon Canada I Prince Albeit jjesi Swift Current _____ _ m Ireland. in Medicine Hat n appeal frora Lethbricge arrival in Lethbridge in 1540 he nas been elected chpirrasrt of ihs local Ministerial Association. thing, Christian profession been evidenced in a tvpe of service for his congre- gation" and community. There have been signs of a dedi- cation to Christ's work. Sincerity and deep thought have -Barked his SuncsT messages. His prayers are models of originality inspiration- sick visits and oa private homes are events to recall uith pleasure. Due to his encouragement ana active assistance First United has a Sunday school its board might -re2 oe proud, of for size and en- th-sssm. Other church organisa- tions have thrived under his care. So -gmgTi tjsrt- of the success of his is due to the -arilling co- opsraEcn of Mrs. MagoK-aa IE! Calgary BrumheUer----- on the i Edmonton....... Tongue Creek mission field for -w- year, and the Gladys field for three 57 6S 33 42 35 35 44 49 50 45 51 50 45 45 43 52 52 50 34 35 30 32 29 27 26 30 33 31 33 Unity Seen By j Mayor la Civic i Centre Project j Mayer A- W. Sfcackleiord, In ad- dressing the Kiwanis club Tuesday at tise weekly luncheon of the club. 1 called for united thought and action; in connection with the Civic Cen- s tre development. He admiued at 5 the present it is ta. headache" but' was sopeful that within ihe next! 10 or 12 cays the situation would i I clear tsp consolidated pro-1 grans be se; in morion, bringing j I into agreement the present diver- j sitv cf views en the subject. The mayor was opiimistie cist this would be realized. Daring de meet- ing a near member. D. S. A. Kyle, -was introduced. .03 Mavor Shackleford. in discussing .03 the iu3> study being given ihe plans S3. the Civic Centre, said: "I would .01 rather be criticised now than be I laughed as fire or 10 years from notiv" He recited some of the prob- .ems facing the city council in con- I section wiih she project. Consideration is to be given by the city council next Monday evening to the broad auth- ority bestowed on manieipaliues by municipalities. 'Should the municipality to wse its buiding materials to build picture theatres or other places of j the >ederal government this to} amusement, that can or refuse building permits tfor construction jobs regarded non- 1 essential. i The subieci could not be dis- cussed at this week's meeting of the i council owing to ihe heavy agenoa, lirtucb. of whicn "was tabled for a I In announcing the action, aimed 1 at channeling building materials di- into bousing. Reconstruction Minister Howe served notice on "municipalities thai "Wartime Hous- Limited was prepared to con- itinue construction of low-rental S homes for veterans but a deadline I of June 1 was set, on applications from Hiunr hardly complain if a shortage d velops in materials for construction of lie added. The order provides: "Every municipal body and every} officer, or agent thereof: having authority in relation to! building permits shall. !n iise eser- j dse thereof during the present cai-1 endar year, have oower: j To refuse to issue a permit: for the erection, alteration or repair of any building or structure; and To revoke, cancel or sus- pend any permit vrhich may havej been issued, for the erection, alter-! ation or repair of any building or structure." DANCE TRIAKON TONIGHT and every Saturday MUSIC BT DOW'S RHYTHMERS On their recent trio to Begins. _, j the mayor and City Manager Was- S so3- Til0 as the Tues- cheon. inspected the Moose Jaw Kataioriuai, a beautiful build- ing housing a closed in pooL They m'. told, however, the pool is not I used in the winter. In Regsaa they i dav l 35 43 mer each on the i ta of Prairie Goose ana LSooreparfc. Manitoba College Man Eis collese course, both, in Ans and Theology was taken in Manitoba CoHsge where he graau- in Arts. 1911, and Theology. 1S14. His first charge after ordin- the prairies but a new centre of low pressure has developed over the central states and will give increas- ing cloudiness today over Ontario, said the raayor. Manitoba and eastern Saskatche- wan. Sain and wet snow have been falling in southern Alberta, and the precipitation area is expected to ____ t ________ _ _r _____ ation was in Weston. "Klnnipeg, j iuovs slowly eastward across the where he served for two years, com- Swift Current- region today. Variable ing to Alberta in 1316. Alberta pastorates include: Hillbsrst. Calssrv, 1316 io 1S25; Memorial Medicine Hat, 1925 to 1929: St. Paul's, Calgary, 1923 to 1935; Pincher Creeli, 193S Continuing, the mayor dealt the Hegfaa municipal airport con- ference which had approached its S. K. BOYOt A. resident- of southern Alberta for the pass 29 vears, and associ- ated with the tobacco trade throughout this Stanley X. Borer announced today that he has purchased Paragon News on Fifth Street from Soy T. Park, and that the business is under his ac- tive management. Pormerlv known as the Hex News the Paragon will continue for a time operating under its pres- ent although. Mr. Boyer plans to change it again within the next few months. In keeping with nreviDus policy, the Paragon will combine to -csrry a complete line of newspapers and periodicals, books, tobaccos and sundries. A veteran cf the First Great War. Bover was bom at Vankleek Hill. Ontario. He moved west in 1300 and spent the last 30 years re- presenting the Imoerlal Tobacco applauded when he said the City of j ana Savage, Lethbridge is ready to go ahead j with the paving of its share of the airrjo" road. j Following the mayor's tali City j Manager Watson spoke briefly cnS ____ civic matters narticulsrly the city's j Alberta and western Saskatchewan, j financial pcsition. j Forecast A Tote Of to the speakers i t-ethbricge Begien: Overcast with bv Dr. -Wiliard Haig.' intermittent rain this s _ _ _ Variable sky tnis- afternoon. In Police Court i t-fj ums mornteg j Tice-Presideni Don was High west wnen he expects to leave. in the and who conduct Four LeEhbridge and McKenna, Edward Vir-aliic Andv before Sen Metcalfe in city Masistrase Ben Metcalie in city Soil Erosion Problem Stressed j In Kinsmen Club Address i lethbridge learned 1 being used to eoznbat it. soil erosion bv wlna. aEdi Critical Farm Problem Tuesdav evsning -srhsn the) Priesr to the picture a brief ad- club staged aa agricultural meet- dress was made by Herb Chester ct 3ng in order to acquaint the mem- the Experimental Farm in bers with some of the problems which he said 'that wmd is "are facjng the -rr.gTi on the soathem Alberta's most critical fa-rr. nroblem, but that ia certain areas north of the city and in. the ScihHiE water erosion mast be closely watched and against est it become serious. Ee also stated, that he believed thas within Ive VESTS will be a large growth of the type of farming mown, ss contour farming which ireaks ihe ferce of the wind, pre- Tenis water running off .the .lane" and tends to increase crop yislcs. Xhs dub heard recommenda- e by ihe club service committee that be made the or- ganization's major activity in the Future to tglre the place .of the activity in which .pjh. south portion afternoon. Medicine Eat 3egioa: Overcast sis morning. Cloudy tfrte afternoon, j rain this morning, j today at Medians Eat 59. westerly winds. land in southern' Alberta. The program -was tmdcr the- ship of Bonnie Feate and a aum- ber of agriculturists from the dis- trict and those interested in. the InclBding Dr. Pairfield, -were "it. The evening was'high- by a picture "This Is Our land" showing the eSects of soil is TJJS, f Meetings V.i- to Meet Tfis ftatemel Order of Esgles wiSviiold -regular meeting on Thursday, AprO -t at pjn. AH m-mbers are asked to attend. "Meet The Amalgamated Civil Servants of Omada -wBl hold their regular motrtftfrr meeting at pjn. Thnrs- 4, at the T.M.C.A. Announcements WHiST DS2VB AND DANCE In the Sages' EaH TONIGHT. Cards p.m. Dancing 10 PJEL 1515h Births end Sfis. C. W- Kaley of Picture Bntte announce the birth ol-a- daughter, Gail Annette, on 23 at Gait HosmtaL 1032 Mr. and Mrs. T._JP. Chmnmick anEbunce the Kriii of a catighter, on :Harch 31st at St. Michael's Hos- pital ins Deaths a-way ia the -yg-rrh 30th, Jack, aged 73 years, of Poremost. Eigh Mass a the: Bequieia win be celebrated in St_'Patrick'3 church on Priday IprSiT ajn. Interment in St. Pa Ticsfe cemetery.' Martin 3rcs. oirec- tors-cf funeral-service, 1132 In Memoriam 7armers Cheered n Many Areas Jy Moisture Dripping sicks in many parts of Southern Alberta up EC sosi on tae ciab file war. was so successful daring Open Second Series of Classes pension in.May. was welcomed by RTedngsday brought :ome moisture over further s. wide wel- mrea. The second series Cosmopolitan coamniaity classss got away to a good start 02. Monday at the Cen- tral school. Enrolment began at with, the greatest interest; be- ing in the home planning course. A good class also got start- on the coarse. "The Way to Health." Unfortunately, the in dub pro cedure had to be postponed until April 8, due to the illness of the first speaker, Harvey Greenway. Those persons present for the course attended one of the other classes. Dr. H. A. Arnold spoke on heart disease and the care of heart. Eis lecture was illustrated by acack- board sketches and electro-cardio- graphs of actual patients treated. The tinestion period was interest- ing uriirf instructive. A questionnaire circulated, upon which those present indicated a. choice of topics fear future lectures. Nest Monday Dr. S. M, Schmaltz will lecture on cancer. At a later date Dr. Hose win give an illustrated, lecture at the Gait hospital on X-ray. V. Meech was present to speak to an enthusiastic group of prospective home builders. Mr. Meech discussed architecture and house plans with group of nearly twenty people. Overcast appeared to be break- ing in the Lethariage district s-m, the sua began to appear for brief periods. Altogether the storm, lasted for about 52 hours, wltfe rain falling in a. light, continuous dzizzieJ It be- gan about on Tuesday, and continued tmSl about CTTP bringing- a total of some .43 cf an incti cf rain. "Weather in the city shortly before noon was mild, with temperatures remaining to_ degrees. An east-southeast wind, was blowing at a velocity of five mfies per hoar. District Points 3n the district about- an Inch of rain was reported from the-25otnkea subdivision "of the C.PJEL, where weather generally was described as cloudy and calm, witii temperatures of around 34 degrees, Beports from the- Taber subdivision noted the rainfall as three-quarters of an fnpTi Temperatures there hovered close to f nrtv degrees. snowfalls were reported Brings Warning As A result of an alBTn sent In to the Lethbridge department at pjn, Tuesdar, Fire W. H. Short has passed along a warning to local residents. The blaze whica occurred, on Tuesday was resorted by the city police. It- was in a garbage can outside the Tip Top Service Station at 111? Second avenue south, and the Ssmes from the can were close to a parked car and truck. The fire chief would like to point out at this time, when, manv Sres are left burning at lught ES ths spring cleanup is carried on here, that is is not only, contrary to a. city leave Sres burning tmattended. but in addition, serious consequences might folicrw, parti- cularly if a. strong Mrind snoold blow up dtzring the night. Ee requested that ciiazens stand guard on any Sres lighted in the open, and that they assure that any such blaz-es are thoroughly ex- tinguished, before they are left un- attended. tary policemen while on duty. The charge arose over a recent disturb- ance at a local dance hall. The was remanded tmtU Thursday morning. M. B. Moscovich, K.C-, aopearea for the defendants, "in juvenile court appeared an In- dian charged with, delinquency. Ee was convicted ami -warned by the court. DIES AT YT51CAN Tfie death, occurred at Vulcan on Aaril i of Mrs. H. Jane Comer, wife of George Comer of Vulcan- Serv- ices were arranged for Wednesday afternoon from tne Vulcan United total of 50 "Wartime Housing units are now being constructed and the citv's application for another 50 has been approved and lots for these are being sold to the crown housing company. i Mr. Howe said frankly that war- j time construction controls had been disregarded once the war ended and is had been considered impossible to judge from Ottawa whether pro- 1 posed construction projects in var- j ious parts of the country were essea- The government was prepared continue maintaining an equitable distribution of available materials to various parts of the country but r-jti 'disposition would rest FAT'S TAXI and DELIVERY SERVICE For prompt and courteous service you can't go wrong by phoning LAWN CHAIRS FURNITURE AND ORNAMENTS MADE TO ORDER Several camples on display NIC NAC SHOP 41SA Third Street S. Phone J558 "IF ITS MADE OF WOOD WE CAN MAKE IT" f TW for a lang-Mm, IjKll, wosHobltt nrudj for oafc for 8-H ftH FiftnK Lively colovrs J. WL Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Flume 3857 Lethbridte CONSUMERS HARDWARE "The Store with the Stock" J. Wilmster M. F. .Whimster from the Etaakob area on the Stir- ling subdivision, while rain was also mentioned from the Gpvealock, Saskatchewan, area on the Alta- i wan subdivision, light snow and j rain was also reported from the j Coutts subdivision, and light rain i was reported, to have f alien on ihe j HECTOR yftsLEXS DIES Hector McLean, 92. father of Ken- neth McLean of Brant, and Edward McLean of Jfaatqn, disc. Marrh 30 in Victoria. Besides his two sons In Alberta..Mr. McLean is survived by a son, Bruce, of Hiverside, Calif.; -his wife, and a daughter, j Mrs, Tjiia-n Hallberg. Funeral ser- and burial win. l3e in, Victoria. DANCE tinder the auspices of A. to Canadian "W5H be held on Friday, April 5 IN THE LEGION HALL Bingo to Dancing to ladles 25c 35c SOTJTHER3T DISTRTBUTOKS B-H PAINTS Cardston subdivision. North of the city tne Roberts was in attendance for j -sinter wheat. was generally described as cloudy, calm and mild, with light rain. and. snow. Cloudy, calm, weather also prevailed, in areas west of the city. Farmers Jubilant began faliiag Tuesday at four o'clock ana has continued ana on scce. It j was stSU raining Wednesday inorn- j iae with naif an inch ol preespita- tion recorded, farmers are jubil- ant as the raia will halt soil drift- ing and soak the top soil which, was very dry. .46 at Raymond total Of .46 of precipitation was recorded here up to Wednesday morning. This win put farm lands in good shape for seeding and "will help TRACTOR TIRES 316 "ELEVENTH STREET 5. PHONE 2007 i Trimbles For Tires 1350x28 1350x32 In. Jo-sing raercory of our dearij beloved husband and father, Boajam, who passed away April 3rd, 1S33. Memories are traasares no one can steal. leaves s. heartache no one Call Truvti dearly in life and living yet, In the hearts of those who wEl "never forget. missed bv loving wife, Betb. and sadchadren, 1063 the Junior Charaber of Commerce to show a beautiful picture on ski- ing in the Xjaurentians. Foremost Farmer Passes in City STEVE'S TAXI ALSO OPERATES A MODERN UP-TO-DATE NEWS STAND AND SODA FOUNTAIN NEXT DOOR TO THE BUS STATION. PHONE 4058 24-Hour Service Color-Brite and Upholstery Cleaners Chesterfields cleaned and de- mothed in yonr own home. Rugs picked cleaned and return- ed In three days. Work done with new equipment and by. experienced operators. Original colors restored. We guarantee not to injure fabrics me fade colors. PHONE 2569 Por 34 years s. farmer in the Pore- most district. Jack English passed ,awav recently in a city hospital at the age of 71 years. Of Irish descent Ise was asm in Chicago, coming to j Canada as a. child with his He was unmarriec- Surviviag are three brother: E. J. of Toronto: WUHain In the North- west Territories; another living in "Winnipeg; and a lining in the state of Washington. High mass of the requiem wGl be conducted in St. Patrick's church here on Friday at am. with interment in the St. Patrick's ceme- tery. Martin Bros, are in charge of arrangements. Snow at MHk Blrer (HNS) countryside is white as snow has j been falling here most of the night, i Eain set in Tuesday and iater zarn- j ed to snow. The predaitation will j be most beneficial to farm and i ranch lands. _ Tlain at Foremost 1 (Special) most area has been getting rsin and while tha rain has ceased tha i sky is still overcast. A total of .44 1 been recorded here ap to Wed- nesday jnomiag. (MSTENSENBROS. PHONE 2SO2 PLAN RE-UNION DF LOCAL BATTERY A large attendance is promis- ed for the gathering of former members of the 112th Bty. (Ac- tive) at the Lethbridge armories os Friday evening of this week. At the meeting an organiza- tion -win be formed to prepare for the annual re-union of the battery later in season and social evening will be enjoyed. RAILWAY EMPLOYEE RETIRES FROM SERVICE! Joan Dormer, C.P.S. section fore- 1 TTigrs at Lenzie since May 1. reared from the service of the Ca- j nadian Pacific Railway at the end of March, completing ateost twen- j tv vears wish the company. Lenzie is situated on the C-P.R. line be- s tween Lethbridge and Coafearst. f Joiiung the company's staff on i May 27. Magrath as a sec- tionnsan. Mr. Dormer was promoted to section foreman the same year. Since that time he has worked' as a section foreman at Kaley, Wil- j son, Peigan and Lenzie. Active in railway circles, rail- wayman had been local chairman of the Brotherhod of Maintenance Way Employees. He relinquished that" duty two years ago. During i the war years Mr. Dormer can- j massed ihe Maintenance o- Way i Employees in connection with the i various Victory Loans, contributing to the success of the loans in this division. i Let Our Expert Mechanics Take Care of: Motor Tune-up Gas and Oil Check if Brake Control if New Paint Job if Steering Adjustment NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS Phone 4268 YOU" GOOD.rVfAR DEALER 301-307 13th Street N. Notice To AH Service Personnel And Their Wives You are invited to meet repre- sentatives of our committee at the Y.M.C.A. any Thursday be- cween the hours of 8 and pjn. Onr ccnnmltlee iffll be glad to help you in any -way possible. Lethbridge RehaBilitation "Committee By All Means Send Her Flowers You can't go wrong by making your selection at Fraches Flower Shop Phone 2666 SPECIAL OFFER >4 way to re-creofe beauty in your own skin, A all purpose face creom which supplies bothVitamir, A and D to your skin. Stimulates sidn ceils to new activity and makes your skin healthier, younger and lovelier looking. STOKES. DRUG CO. LTD. The first Ptord and Monarch cars delivered to Iiethbridgs created an unusual amount of Interest during the week they were on display in the showroom of Pyramid Motors, 5th Street South. They are pic- tured above with their new owners just prior to delivery. Shipments of rtercs and Honarchs will be arriving weeklv. Beading from left to right in the picture: Clare Simpson, -manager, Barrett's Hoine Appliances, sedan; Steve Smerefc Fat's Taxi, -Monarch sedan; Charles Dawson, London Life Insurance representative, Ptora coupe, PYRAMID MOTORS HOME OF FOItD AXD MOXARCH CARS. Cor. 5th St. 5th Are, S. Phone 3C33. lEWSFAPESr EWSPAFESI ;