Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE LETHBRLDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL Close Khaki University Priority Repatriation For Men Planning Educational Courses institution In Canada. Each appli- cation will be considered on merits by the cierseas authorities ho will make the final decision snd. if ssprOT.ed. arrange for the said 'ocav tms sew pncnty raucg solaier's return in tune to oom- mence his course. apply to hj i Relatives can assist by Repats Arrive at Halifax eligible to at- tend educational coycses iriducimg Kumrnp- courses at Canadian 1121- vessities vdl be given re- patriates. Defence headquarters Sc-si of the educational The new follows "e of Khaki University which previ- aronded facilities for the ccn- timjed education of personnel still overseas. Skies Restaurant Men Organize branch of Canadian A; was formed on meeting as IBS wtillnss -of t: the Hugh B. M. _____ Gus Golis. Lethoncge ------_ treasurer: R. "WlDsms, overcast on Tcursday, ana s. few, Hugh Crars. Mscleoc. ssd scattered snowfiumes qc-. Kworz Leuioncge. cirecrcrs. Gen- carred. Forecasts, however, eral msetmss of the brarxh wiJl be. cated an upward trend for tempera- j tele everv months, and ex- along with clearing skies. and Iocs! meetings will be Tesrseratures is. the city at II a-m.! tele at, the the rirst Wed- stood at the 35 degree mark, and isssdsy of each rrsnth. Ii was whole qc tee wsy bridge to attend this me _T T? secretary giies over southern Alberta were Wea Retiring Mine Chief Feted; Now Vice-President Army Photo; Herald Sngraving. A Lethbndge and a. Mecucine Hat man arrived back in CSssds from overseas recently aboard the earner H-MT-S Premier. Shown, left. :s Bdsia. S. E. Hall. Medicine Eat; and. Gnr. K. Tyrer of. Lethbndge. J. a. and his of Clares- overnight. holm, tcere scnouslv mjurec in an. j The forecast tolci cf cloudy sfces; automobile accident en tne Mon-; clearing rapidly from the nonh, arch brdge Mr. Bell suffered a Thurscav aflemcen and continuing Howlancl is Lethbncge patient. Ccaldale with ths latter's ilrs. I I.yle Gordon the wed- i ding of hjs Betty Gor- con, si Coaldale on Friday Mr. and Mrs. L. 3S. Phans, of were visitors at the D. ion home s. few days last weeJc, :o Costts on even- orgarize aa AJ.TT. local. :dge and whist party held the school on Friday evening, S sponsored by the Home arid School i Association, was a decided success. I Mrs. R. W. Sagleson surprised her Impressed With Beet Industry In US. Montreal. Toronto White River Port Arthur Kecora Winmaeg Branaon Swan River...... Yorkton........ Sstevan Regma........ Moose Jaw...... Saskatoon Pnnce Aloert Swift Oirrent Medicine Ha: Lethbndge...... Calgary Edmonton...... Yaseomer....... Ysctoria......... Forecast Lethbndge region: Cloady this morning, clearing from the norths this afternoon. Occasional snow- j 2umes south portion and us the foothills this morning. Cooler. High a; Jjethbndge today 40. Moderate s northwest winds of Z5 m.pi, fie- creasing this evening Medicine Eac region: Cloudy, clearing this afternoon. Scattered, snowSurnes this morning. Cooler. 5 High as Medicine Hat today 45 Moderate northwest winds of 15 j Chris S. Donaldson, veteran mine j official and. general manager of the j Lethbndge Collieries here, re-} effectse March 31. and re-1 cently representatives of the two Collieries mices met with the gen- eral staff eniolojees in the Collieries; offices to pay tribute to bim on the occasion of his leaving. I Oa behaail of the directors and; staff of the Lethbndge Collieries. 5 R. B. Maynard, accountant and 1 oldest employee of the company in; cf" semce. preheated Mr.' Dojialcson with a hall clock suit- 03 ably ecgraied. Congratulations I irsre offered to the retiring official 14, on the occasion of ha being raised to the vice-presidency ia the com- 5 panv. I Further honoring Mr. Donaldson in hss retirement, a was i held at Shaughcessy Wednesday 1 i evening. Sponsored by the union. some 25Q persons -were on band for the etentl A presentation was made to the retinct mine ofticial at the smoker. Mr. Donaldson has been succeed- ed as general manager of the Leth- bridge Collieries Ltd. by John M. Davidson, formerly manager of Kb. BACK IN OPEKATION The Ellison Milling Company's plant is back in opera- tion after a forced tieup due to a broken shaft. Ite msshap star- red Sunday causing a general stop- page in the flour milL_______ In Police Court northerly winds were expected to the home become iigcter dunng the and strong southwesterly winds, i having a velocity of about 2o miles -svere expected to prevail i Fur failing to cai; his motor vehicle at a ston street 'in the city. B. Oands'was fined and costs bv Msgistraie 3. Metcalfe m city police courc en Thursday Coavicied of soeeding. Peter Sem- eini'jk was Sued S10 and costs while John Tonrl: contrsbured S20 and costs for being in unlawful posses- sor! of licuor. Gilberc yrypnna. was charged wiii wilful damage by breaking two panes of glass, the property of Mrs- Irene Ores, and pleaded not guilty- The case will be proceeded with on Monoay. Meetings tO.OJ Notice The Wgular msetmg of LOO51. ledge No. 2 will be held on Friday. Apra 5th in the IOOJP. hall at 9 pjn. Ail members are asked to at- tend. Announcements RUMMAGE SALB 6ATDSDAT, APRIL 6, U75 Births 3fc Mis. M. Uoyd of Coal- dale announce birth cf a son, Jamas! jfeH, en April 3rd at Gait j fibspitaL 1144 on Thursday afternoon, and tied two quilts for the Red Cross, with s. no hostess lunch as the close. The Red Cross drive for funds on Friday. terminated on Saturday lasi, can- Weather on the Tsber, Counts, vasssrs all being satisfied wlh and Cardston sundivisicns of the j result of their effort. C.PJR. on Thursdav was reported as j ______________ _ cool, calm and cloucy, with sncwflumes. Temperarures ranged! 30 and 32 degrees. Tae and Altawan subdivisions beiween Notukea described conditions as cloudy, with southwesi winds and temperatures rangms from 35 to 33 degrees. Re- ports from the Stirling subdivision, told of calm, cloudy weather with temperatures hovenng around 35 degrees. North and west of the city further light snowfalls were also reported, alocg with generally clouoy and calm conditions and temperatures of around 30 degrees. MsTtiTi-sm temperature recorded here on Wednesday was 50 degrees and the overmgh: rmTrrtiirr' was 32. GRANUM TOPICS Former Butcher Kenews Acquaint- anceship Towc Doctor Receive Impor- tant Appointment GRANUM. CESS) Robert Van PeHan returned recently from a holiday EDCHE with friends at Vancouver, B.C. He travelled by T.CJL Among those who motored, to Macleod Tuesday evening to mees MMBC OilVe Snarling- and MlES ATann were Mrs. E. J. Gnffey, Mrs. Henry Lang, Mrs. C. S. Henker, Misses Slflcred Gnffey and Alice Mason, Mr. acd Mrs. B. P. McDougali. Bev. and Mrs. B. WilcscilUE, Tcos. Mason and Miss Chnsnna. Rose. Mr. Mason toot ail the C.GXT. Deaths on Thursday, April 4th John Wat- mough, aged 74 vears of Shaugh- nessy. Particulars pertainisg to the funeral will be announced trraageiaents are completed. Maitta. Bros, directors of funeral eervice, 1172 away in the city on March. 30th, Jack, aged 71 years, of Pcremost. High Mass of the Requiem will be celebrated in St. Patrick's church, on Friday at ajn. Xntermsns In St. Pat- ricks cemeterv. Mamn Bros, direc- tors of funeral service. 1174 S.TCS." m aged 71 years oelovea hasbana of Mrs Laverna Pnce. of 315-15th S- South. Services win be held in St. chiirch on Satardav at 2 pjn, the Rev. resile Grant of- ficiatiiig. latennens in the Moun- iam Viev cemetery. Martin Bros, directors of funeral sersice. 1173 Mr. and Mrs. C. fK Marsh, re- turned to their home in Calgarj Wednesday after attending to taeir business interests here. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Jeffway of Santa Monica, Calif., smved Wed- nesday for a visr; with old friends and to attend to business interests. Mr. Jeffway owned a. butcher shot) with his father m the early days of Graaum. Hans Larson arrived Mon- day from a holiday spent in Van- couver, BC. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson accomuamed by Maiy Stew- art motored to Caigary Sunday. Mrs. Thompson was called to Cal- gary on the death of her brother- Hi-law, Charles Goff, wiucii occur- red in Calgary. Mr. Goff was the fataer of Ben; ana Breeze Goff, Mr. WHL Gardiner, accompanied 11 Win. Gardiner, Jr., and D. J. BURDETT NOTES Minister Resumes faB Welcomed by Fanners SDHDETT. (HXS) Mr. and Mrs. Ben Aaring- of Turner Valley were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. R- Campbell, leaving on Saturday for their home. Mrs. M. Statema received the sad news of the death of her brother in "Washington. Adolf of Los Angelas visited his brother ia Mecicine Eat. Rev. R. G-. Wood conducted the services in the United Church oa Sunday evening-. Rev. Wood has been coafiruKi to his bed for rwo weeks with, the 'flu and bronchitis. Ail the household effects of the late Lars Johnson, were sold br auction on Saturday afternoon. A good crowd was n attencance. The village awoke on Sunclav morning to find a wMre world as sir inches of snow had fallen m the early morning. This was most wel- comed by farmers and gardeners. Bunng the last week strong winds for several days caused some sou dnfnng. The snow contained mucb. moisture. Some melted during the oay bus the ground was snU whire as night. W. D. Walton and A, J. Walton, brothers from Raymond and Ete- mond City, mho returned from an extended tnp through the v.-estem part of the United States, impressed with the there. Ther reported tnat the industry is suffering somewhat the same cUfH- 1 culties as are being experienced m southern Aloerta. Labor is scarce' in moss areas, and in. the southern, sections, where Mexican workers are j the results are only fair., There does not appear to be a greater degree of mecham2ation in. the United States than there is m i Canada, they told the Herald, though they could nos say defm- lately as they saw only the 5 phase of the work there. T-n the bes; areas the beet yields i range from 20 to 25 tons to the; acre, but the sugar content of the 1 beets is not as great as it is ia s Southern. Klaerta. There is a great- i er utilization of the land shere. j The Walroas were impressed with: the marvellous irrigation projects in the United States, which .in." many areas offer a flexibility that is far beyond systems in. Canada. DIES AT MAZEPPA Chester Reaves Beagle, 65. of, Mazepoa, died there on April 1. Services will be held in the United church at agh River Friday af- j temcon with Rev. J. W. Bainbridge and Rev. I. Miller officiating. LIMITED QUANTITY 36 x 1 Netting North Lethbridge Hardware 418 13th St N. 41S8 ALFRED HOLMES BURIED Service for Alfred Eolnies, 50, It's Here! OUR 1919 Sth Are., Lethbndge, was held Wecnescav afternoon ac Leyden's chapel in Calgsrr. Her. Canon H. Morgan officiated and inter- i ment followed m the jlelcl of Hon- or, Bumslarci cemetery, Calgsry- Pallbearers were E. G. Barton, H. Kmney, S. Qrr, W. ZL Braithwaite. DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA Color-Brite Rug and Upholstery Cleaners Chesterfields cleaned mod it- motbed in. your own. borne. picked up" cleaned and return- ed in three dars. Work done with new equipment and by experienced operators. Oririrul colors restored. We guarantee not to injure fabrics or fade colors. PHONE 2569 Notice To All Service Personnel And Their Wives You are invited to meet repre- sentatives of our committee at 3ie YJJ.CJL any Thursday be- cween the hours of 8 and am. Our committee will bs glad to help yon in any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee MOTORISTS GABARDINE SEAT COVERS WHILE THET LAST FRONTS. REG. REARS. REG. BEST EXTRA FELT BACK FLOOR MATS UNIVERSAL Mechanics Sales Ltd. Fhone 3622 Corner 3rd Are, and llth Street S. By All Means Send Her Flowers You can't go wrong by making your selection at Frache's Flower Shop Phone 2666 DO YOU NEW TIRES? We can satisfy your every need from our very large and well assorted stock, or if you cannot afford new ones let us examine your old ones, perhaps we can give them a new lease on life by rebuilding them to give you many more thousands of miles of satisfactory service. Our advice costs vou nothing. J. A. JARDINES ME SUPPLY CHOKE 3380 IXTHBRIDGE, AIBERTA "The Most Modern and Bert Equipped Shop in the South." DISTRIBUTORS OF DOMINION ROYAL TIRES RETREADING VULCANIZING BELT SPLICING "A COMPLETE TIRE SERVICE" In Memoriam In loving memory of my dejjr wife EEC our mother, Anaereoti, who passed away Anri! 4th, 1945 Ju Anderson and faauiy. 1337 dear who In loring memorv of car mother, itary Ellen Parsons died April 4th. 1945. No length of time will ever dim osr memories of you. Erer remembered by the famiiv, i Aubrey Michel, B C. 1135 i their effects at a public auction sale, are leaving for their old home here arnving OE. Wednesday for a few days' fiat. The many fnencs of Dr. W. S. Dnnlop -Will be pleased to learn of his as chief medical officer of Coi. Belcher hospital. Dr. Dunlop was a former meoical cocior here for about five Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rose of Leth- bridge and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Lyncn of Calgary arnved Pnday to assm Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown celebrate tear silver weaoing an- niversary. Mr. ajad Mrs. C. Eyfeoop and family have moved their posses- sions to the C. G. Marsh place where they wHl make their future j hose. They had formerly been, renting the Travis farm. Mr. arse Mrs. Kenneth Weatherheac, who j recently acquired place, have moved there to live, Mr. and Mrs." long, havmg cisposed of j In lovfcg memory of iny dear wife and our mother, Mrs. Cath- emse DougalL who passed ewav April 4th, 1943 May heaTen's winds blow softly, O'er that sweet and hailow'd spot. iA Wac be forgot. band CHRISTENSENBBOX in EaHsviHe, Mo. WARNER TOPICS Ladies' Aid Holds Cross Drive a Success WONE28O2 Oft NIG I CHAPCL Lethbridqe. AHa NEWSPAPER! WARXER, (HNS) Mr. and J Mrs. Pat Bellevue cf Lethbncge, j were visitcss oil "Wednesday last at' the J. W. Carr home, Mr. and Mrs. H. Loose of Canary j returned to their nome Monday, j after visiung their dajghzer, Mrs.. J3- S. Meier, and Rev. Meier, during the past week. Mrs. Chas. ErlcSson and Mrs. J. j McNeely entertained the Ladies'' Aid on Wednesday at their March! meeting. Ten members were pres- ent and one viator. After the i ness was dealt with. Mrs. A. G. Johnson was ja cnarge of the pro- j gram, which was most, interesting.; Mrs. E. Rains added her H2ire to the roll of this meeting. A damtyj lunch was served. i Seventeen members of the Hoyal) Purple Lodge motored to MITt, River to sister members of the lodge oii Wednesday i LitUe Beetta Eixby was a hos- patient on Thursday. Gforge and Allan Rowland are Calgary visitors this week. Larry Collins Veturned from St. Michael's hospital on Thursday, much improved in health after bis recent operation. Mr. and Mrs. A. %v. Rains and children spent Saturday evening at BIG We have gone through our stock and selected item, you'll find useful at this time of which are lilted below, and put price on them that early and get your share of these bargains. call for quick action Boys' Denim Pants Strongly sewn, hard wearing pants for those active fellows in the home. And they are easy to launder, too. Sizes 8 to IS years. Special Boys' Windbreakers Just the right weight for spring days. Attractive patterns in full size range from. S to 12 years. At tius pricing they'll go hurry. Special 79c 7Sc Leather Belts Soft leather belts with two in- side zippered money pockets. Wide style. All sizes. Special Cotton Golves TouTl find lots of use for these in the garden or your house work_ Worth, nuch more. Now only, pair.............. 75c MEN'S RAINCOATS 19c Drape style, roomy cnt from water repellent materials ia patterns. Lined for extra, comfort. AH sizes. Look this for barjain pricing. Special Cotton Work Socks All sizes here, asi j-ust lock at this "give away" price. pairs for 95c Work Booaiy cut, strongly sewn ia plain colors. AE sizes. Special 9Sc LOAFER COATS REGULAR Good range cf colors and patterns in all sizes. casual wear. There's nothing wrong wjti Jos; to clear them, That's the only reason for the ridiculously low price of KIDDIES' OVERALLS Bib style, cut from strong straped ma- terials. Will wear and wash welL AH sizes 1 to 7 years. Yours for only Ideal for sport or Unely knit from all-wool yarns In sleeve- less, V-neck style. Smart, dressy colors All sises. Worth much more than we ssk. Special Smartly styled from good tweeds in attractive patterns. Coat and one pair locg pants. Sizes 3 to 7 years. Special BUYRITE NEXT TO SALVATION ARMY MEN'S WOOL SWEATERS CLOTHING STORE Baby Blankets Appro-dmately 36x50. soft, cosy flannelette of colors. Special Made of ia choice 89c Kiddies' Suits BAGGAGE A new shipment of Soft Cases, Travel Cas es, Trunks, etc., arrived aad priced to save 7011 money. Men's and RUBBER BOOTS and Ladies" Robber Cos- sack Boots now in stock. Let as fln your needs now and save yon money. FIFTH STREET S.