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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 'Welcome Home' 3-Day Veterans' Gala Planned THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN Rev. Mutchmor Is Rotary President Approval to a three-day bration at the beginning; of July for veterans of the Second Great War was jiven by the council Monday evening: and aldermen committed the city to guarantee two-thirds of any fi- nancial deficit which may result through the mammoth under- taking. The celebration, which fe take the form a communitT- wide "Welcome Home" for re- turned men. will be held at the fair grounds in conjunction with a, rodeo and other attractions on Julr 4-5-6. In agreeing to fully support the venture, the council expressed its willingness to co-operate with local service clubs in the undertaking. Long mooted here, plans for the Veterans' Day celebration were ad- vanced at a meeting of the leth- bridge Rehabilitation Council last Thursday and the suggestion from this meeting were placed before aldermen Mondav evening by Chaiy- man T. Russell Haig. He estimated the co-t of the celebration might run between S10.000 and and that at least some, and possibly all, of this might be offset by receipts from a rodeo and evening shows. In case ol financial loss, tiie, city was asked to guarantee a- portion of the loss, aopes being that each. of the city's five service clubs -aould underwrite each of any pcs-; stole loss. Mr. Haig urged that a meetings be held la council chambers v of the council's represen- taiives on the Veterans' Day seie-: bration committee and represents-{ lives from eacli service club. Items the council's discussion of j the matter, it was felt hy aldermen j that the loss incurred by staging the veterans" celebration on July 4. when no charges will be levied, be recovered during the next two days through rodeo and evening Show programs. t. 5 In giving its approval to the three-: day celebration the council stated) It "is prepared to make good any} loss on this celebration in co-opera-; tlon with the service clubs of city on the basis of two-thirds by! the city and one-third by the five service "clubs, limiting any one ser- vice" club's contribution to ___; the handle this tioa should consider the pcssiouity of operating the rodeo on a per- centage basis without specific gear- On Monday the Rotary club un- arumously voted to guarantee the 1 celebration against Ices up to S503: as the club's share of any deficit. was KEV. H. A. MlTTCHMOR Rev. Harry A. Mutchmor, club padre, was elected president of the irv Club for the year commenc- Random CHRIS CASUAL JOINS STAFF HERE IN this troublesome world. Just ezcerged from a war. There's been violence We don't want any more. We establish a clinic Of United Nations To help us recover From big operatioas- We should know very well Thai a state of quiescence Is important in making A good convalescence. And so the new council Will nave to prepare Some health rules to ieacii as Just how to take care. But Vnat will they do With the countries like Spain Who don't know enough To coine out cf the rain? City (jlances "Frenctue" Cadieux Appeal Blames "Goof Balls" For Corfcsaon; Says Learned Of Them In Local Jail FOKTLAND CONVENTION Dr. D. Woodcock of j "Goof were responsible for; scared of CauEets bridge will be among doctors i his confession tfcat, he threatened I "Sone fellows In toe eeLs gave me attending a sectional meeting murder a Calgary waitress. Lionel' two or three piHs. Tsey were goal of the American College of Sur- 5 Trencnie" Cadieux told tee Alberta balls, bat I didn't know what ef-ect leons being held in Portland. appeal court in Calgary on Monday, i they had. -What d.d vou say vou were "I hardly toew I was goin? tip given" Chief Justice Harvey asked.; the stairs wltii the aay- or cemh'-itcl answered Cadieux. "If s a dope Cadietrs was !n the ce32s a sort of cope, my lord. Tve learned Ing a the'z charge Dec. 28. _ what thev are and what thev 60 to poJice had no previous mfonnaaoa vou since l'ie been in aboui the murder threat. i The case was remanded imta "There was never arrv- charge laid ccunsel could bs retained Ca- by tee girl, rcr she" say she was iieux. Orf-, on April 12 when repre- sentatives of the medical pro- fession from Alberta and Bri- tish Columbia will be present. by Cross, j Srsgraving j GEORGE EARRACLOCGH j Taking the place of the Trio of High School Boys _ ___ To Hear Sentence ...CA -rifa rViwraHV ITS MAKING Of PAPER Members of the staff ol the Lethhridse Herald learned Mon- day evening where the paper on which the Herald is printed each day eome years. He was installed in his new office recently by i well shown, and i I RE-ORGANIZE CIVIC ICENTRE COMMITTEE i _____________ I A general determination for sented by L. S. Turcotte action on the proposed civic j and followed a report by Mayor Telepment program Shaeklefortl on a. meeting held re- film was jreatlv en. joyed. WHAT COUNCIL DID MONDAY Records of some kind were b" the council Monday evening as It completed the meeting started a j week earlier, the total time of tne two sittings of the session exceed- ceedmg eight hours. During tfce final half, which required exactly four hours, no less than SO resolu- tions were passed, including three for each of 19 bylaws authorizing the sale of lands. The number of bylaws passed In one evening was a record for many Years oast. A cerfect attendance was record- ed for tiie adjourned meeting anc, as usual, the Leihbridge Junior Chamber of Commerce and Organization for Civic Improvement iisd repsesentaiives present. The next regular council meet- ing is to be- held Monday. Approval was given to widening of tiie sidewalk on the east side of hotel to cover the faoul- possible. the city and hotel comoany to share the costs equally- la asking for the of the sidewalk, the hotel comuanv explained It was prepared to pav its share of the expenses. Appointed to Commission Subject to their consent, the were appointed mem- bers of the Boxing and Wrestling Cbmnussioa for two years beginning nest May It T. P Miles. Max Stem. A. B. Dapen and Dr. V. F. Swancesky. Council decided lethbridge could r.ot be represented at the 32nd an- iual conference of the International gasoline pumps at 1511 JblrdAverme report. An application from "William. Gib- j boaey for tne issue of a taxicab was elected sergeant-at- Recommendations From Jaycees alone was referred to commission for that e recommendations concern- ing traffic, oolice and lighting mat- license to the police body's recommendation. Mr. ___ boney explained that last year he ters were submitted to the council was in partnership with George j Monday evenins by the municipal j Peterson and the firm obtained two J affairs "committee of the Letabridge j taxicab licenses. Since the partner- junior Chamber of Commerce and I "hA TTJsbied 1 i-afarrpr! rn civic officials 1 involvine six local residences and a sportmsf goods store and loot valued at nearly 51.000 when tiiey appear- ed in city police court Monday afternoon before Magistrate H. G. Jensen of Cardston and were re- manded until Fricav for sentence. In police court Chief Constable George Harvey stated that the youths had admitted the burglaries to police the juvenile There they were remanded for in police court and promised the compares marger for Alberta and Saskatchewan, Local Tenor Will Sing At Seigniory Club Weil known vocalist of Leth- bridge, Terence Korne. will be guest, or-.- club in i when he wui: More Land Sales Are Authorized Bylaws authorizing 19 land sales more the sale Grocers' meeting there. leave the city May 12 centre development program TTithoat farther delay -was ex- pressed in council chambers Monday evening as aldermen re- organized their civic centre committee and agreed to hold x special meeting of the council shortly to deal with the pro- gram. The date of this meeting is to be announced by Mayor A. W. Shackleford. la re-organizing the drlc centre committee, council Mayor Shackleford, Aldermen Or T- E. Brown and Edward Castles. City Manager J. T. Wat- son. City Engineer J- Haimes, D. G. Oland, George B. McKH- and Mrs. A, S. Fumerton ilr. Home was euest soloist with j Svrcphocty orchestra j and in a rtview of the mittee and decided that mil other members of the council shonld be members of the com- mittee while they hold alder- manic posts. Previously the first five named h e chief "con- a license in bis own behalf. for consideration. Beeeive Two Petitions j Gee recor-------J Council received and filed a petl- j the council __---- on by residents of tne to institute an and Four arid a haif lots on the north j iy a of Second avenue souzh be-, of the boys JJQJJ Jjy Vi j Wrf 1 .11......-" irrigated area of the city rrho ob- fective campaign to reduce speea- to the 'ocaticn of the oil re- ice of motor vehicles in the city. requested "that thsj The recommencations came in Pacific Oii'sefiaerv be moved out- the form of resolutions passed by side the citv limits since it- is as tiie municipal affairs committee or and detrimental to the j the Junior Chamber of Commerce value of Lethbridge city properly, and follow: the re-! Recommendations ac times is almost suffocating. Ir is no way to control this smeil, then we suggest iisac it should be moved. "Pacific Oil HeSnery are golns througn bankraptcy, and any new purchaser should be advised that he Citv Managers'" Association. be held in Montreal June 16-21 v.-ith "Management During Recon- version" as Its keynote. It win be, ihe first time the association is staging its annual conference in Canada. Referred to City that, in oar opinion, it desirable to establish school safety zones in these blocks immediately adjacent to public schools, whereto the speed of vehicles would be Bru- ited to 15 miles per hour." "That ic he suggested to the city council that nedestrian lanes, mark- city -limits of begged In another petition 32 ratepayers protested against trie condition of conoitiori was such, that besides being "a fire trao and a. danger to the nublic, it is an eyesore to our clean city." After discussing: the situation. B. Waage. local for a license to operate a pop com stand on the corner of Sixth Street and Third Avenue South, and also lequested Mr. Watson to contact two apolicants who applied for a similar 'license previously- He is to jeport his findings to the next meet- ing of the council. An application from Theodore Hooa for permission to operate two H. J. Eoeiofs cleaned up and that no further lease on it for use as "a junfc vard" be given and thac the propertv on the comer of I3th Street and Third Avenue North der agreement of sale to air. Roelofs be cleaned and the property be usea for the purpose for which it was understood it would be used when Mr. Boelofs applied to purchase at. It was sold for a service station At the Theatres Complete shows: "Over Last complete show at "Behind Green "A Bell for Last complete show at "Riders of tiie "A Medai for Until the Doctor Comes First aid needs and simple home remedies w31 prove helpful these days when doctors are overrushed with work. 'J site. Council tabled, until next Mon- day the matter of providing bus transportation to Gait hospital. Be- fore the subject was tabled alder- Bien were told that during a three- month period wLsa bus service was provided to Gait hospital on an ex- perimental basis only 211 passengers were carried. Lease to Change Hands reouired. Flee To Calgary- Sunday, however, city police learned that the bovs had left Lethbridge by train and taen boarded a Calgary-boinid bus at Macieod. They were arrested iu uic northern city" by Calgary police as they stepped." off their bus and were returned here for trial. Chief Constable Karvev explain- ed that thev fled from the city fear of tfce consequences might suffer for their cffences. McDonald, for the site to beautifully be used for a warehouse and deeply fei: of5ee. !ln the matter of form, and Two and a half lots on the west sculptured line, Sir. Home is Mr. Olar.d was a nasnber o cently bv the civic centre commit- tee with" members of the board of trustees of the Sicks" Memorial Fund 1 and others. I The provisions embodied la the j resolution were suggested, by his 1 worship. It was understood that trastws cf I the Sieis' Memorial Fund will j in an advisory capacity insofar as the swsrsmins pool planned for tiia I cMc centre is "concerned. A communication from the Lets- bridge Quota Club, together with a resolution recently passed, by orgaruzation. was referred to tha civic centre ccrnraittee. In its re- solution the club stated it "Is aot in favor of the building of an out- door swimming pool as the SJcfc Memorial, but recommends that, tfce poo! be an indoor one, preferably as part of a unit building." Calls for Action Alderman Edward Castles caned. te action on constnic- proposed. new city hall. We should get busy- -slth and get Jt built." When, the special meetirig !s held the cry sail be studied. cue j committee while he was an aider-} Before Renewing ANY POLICY PHONE 3H9 FOR BATES AND COTEEAGE Be Wise-Insure With iv w Two of t boys faced sevan Two lots en the west side of_I2th street C between Fourth, and ed with yellow pair.t. be at intersections adjacent to public school OE fourth Avenue South, sixth Avenue South and 13th. Street attended duns? the 'going to j school' and 'leaving school' penoas y school traffic patrols. "This would aid in getting tne voanger children safely across the streets and, at the same time, teaco. them the proper manner in -paten to cross streets. "Is is suggested that the Jaycees could aid In establishing and. in- structing school patrols if this were considered necessary or desirable." "It was noted that ths police de- partment has been doing- very good work recently in checkfug traffic violations. However, it was sug- OI tils ouys street cecviccii .ryuiwi ajj.v, ____ charges each, and the other four, avenues nortii to A. Ivanco for f owner Thev elected summary trial on each f0r a S4.00O residence. count and pleaded guiltv to ail. The loot consisted of considerable__________._ .__.... jewellery. money, revolvers, rifles, avenues south, to C. A. Mclaughlin I a large quantitv of ammunition for S8GO for a auto parts j One lot on the west side of Fount Here Dies, Aged 64 street between Tsird and Fourth i A. former -Lethbridge printer died in Portage La Prairie lass week_m the person or Sonnan Stanley I.UAIA ut iivii court that about 97 per cent oi the" north to L- Cheager for Si32 for a. Mr. Smith was oora a. Draj-oa. Vote for Woman Member 1 Council also felt that woman! should be represented and in a I secret balloting Mrs. Fumerton re-{ ceived the votes of lour aldermsii and Mrs. W. S. Bryaits two. Mayor! Shacklerord did not Tote. The re-organization of the corn- mlttee came when, council gave un- animous support to a reso'ttrfoa pre- j and sporting goods equipment and store. miscellaneous articles. Four lots on the southeast comer Chief Constable Harrey told the; Of 12th street; C and Fotirtti avenue several hundred dollars worth of merchandise taken from the 31en- uer-Eassett and Smith, sporting goods store had been recovered, as well as a fair share" of loot taken from, the six residences. Xone of residence. A lot and a naif at 968 llth street south to C. Clarke for for a S3.500 residence. Two lots at 910 10th street south to P. Xitz for for a resi- the money was recovered, he added, dence. Crown Prosecutor J. Harper Two lots on tse sice of I7th Prowse. K.C.. told the court that] street between. Sixth and Seventh avgnuss to for for a residence. the reason the boys oad_ been sen UD from juvenile to police court was because they had had their chance "to go straight" but that the city'council's j some reason naofailed to do so. lonbe drawn to the fact that the TToner Establishment speed limit is constantly being ex- ceeded on citv streets, and to a, de- gree which, is causing concern par- ticularly to parents of young cnu- drea for the latter's safety. Recora- mendauort should be made to the citv council that they instruct the police department to institute an son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith. In. ISSO tie family movsd. to t Portage :La Prairie and Oiere, after j finishing school, young Smith j learned his trade as a printer with i the Eeview. Then for a year about the turn of the century he carce to Lethbridge, working at his trade, and then returned to Portase where he joined the staff of ths Graphic, which, he later bought and which Two on the southwest comer i he operated to the time of of 12th street and 10th avenue south, to Laura Chester for Proper Establishment for a S4.000 residence. He regretted that "there is notj One lot at 315 I9th street north the provision in this province for i to J. M. "Warren for S645O for a j death. He was also the publisher of the weekly Manitoba Liberal. dealing with a situation of this kind" and explained that "when the home is not able to deal with boys Uke this, we should be able to S3.0QO residence. Two lots on the eas; side of 17th street between Sixth and Seventh, avenues south to G. E. Olafson for do so. but not in the way we deal! for a residence. with, older people." He added that, j Two and a half lots on the east _____________ for tiie immediate improvement of Consent of the council was given street lighting and. more particu- to assignment of the lease of Hen- jariv. a recommendation for more ?mm nnd rctions. warded to the city council for the j Defence counsel "the dence. placing: of red reflectors on Use rear of street cars." "That the city council be ap- proached regarding their intentions DRUG STORES 331 5th St. S. Phone 2205 414 13th St. N. Phone 3445 from Mr. and Mrs. Austin McLeod'to John Find- lav McDougall. 35-year-oM veteran and brother of Mrs. McL-eod. Aldermen, decided not to take any action at this time on the authority given municipalities to refuse build- ing permits or cancel existing per- mits for construction work consid- ered non-essential. Council was informed that- tne T-ethbndge Junior Baseball Associa- tion had changed its choice of a! location for a diamond from, the site north of the International Ear-! vester Company building to the; lighting at intersections. Tfce lacfe of good lighting at nuer- secpons is more noticeable _in the j residential areas of t! government is at fault for not j Two lots on the west- side of 16th j having a proper place for boys who street between Sixth, and Seventh commit wrones and we should r.ot'' avenues south to S. YacJaiiic for i commit wrongs a destroy the lives of these boys be- cause the government has failed to 5205 for a S6.000 residence. Two and a half lots on the east street between Sixth urovide a proper place for them. side of 17th them" to jails, which are and Seventh avenues south, to A. for the hardened criminals of' N. Mdloney for for a grown-up types, would be a greater j residence. crime than tne crime whicn these---------------------------- TJlaineu'that he has on order and Is delivery of S35.COO worth of new street lighting equipment. Pioneer Of South Honored In Death resident of south- Emilv Fanny Neal vester company Dusiaing w died in' a local fcos- isasw.'sajfta jt SjrBa'ys-affs i 21C1VI f------------------ I further discussion or action took ber "husband In 1907. SS i where she resided until recently. suspended sentence. Salvation Army Band Popular Adjutant A. CartmeU and He urged MANUACTURERS OF PROVINCE TO MEET FOG LAMPS Top grade chrome finish. Clear or amber scaled beam units. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers Announcement P. Staples Brown M.D., G.M. has opened an office at 106 Maclean Block. Calgary, Particular attention, to Skin Diseases Phone M5344 Residence: 3033 To. Street, West IT'S HERE! THE STARTLING NEW WEED KILLER, Known As "DEATH TO HARMLESS TO GRASS 25cPkg, 250 Sq. Ft Now On At Morris Barrett HARDWARE In tne absence of T. George i 'Wood Ravmond. chairman of the Alberta branch, who is in the West jlr.dies. C. M. Moore, the v.ce- chairman, will preside at the annual roeet2ng Of the Alberta branch. Salvation Army band from the Canadian Manufacturers' Assoda- Lethbridge citadel were greeted by} tlon_ to the PaKiser hotel. a, turnout of 130 prisoners at the j Calgary, on Thursday evening, April regular Sunday afternoon worship n. A reception at 6 p m. will pre- service at the provincial iail. "This cede the annual dinner meeting.' is the best attendance have had v.hich will be held at p-m. for some time" remarked tne Salva- The pnr.cipal speaker at the j annual dinner will be Andrew t DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA The Lethbridge Board of Trade Invites you to and hear J. C. Landeryou, MIA will give a progress report on. ths recent session of the Alberta legislature, with special reference to "Highway Progress, Irrigation Projects and Industrial Development Plans" MARQUIS HOTEL WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 10 AT NOON This is a resnlar luncheon, tickets bein? 75c- Please pick np tickets prior to Inncoeon if possible. uon Army officer. Also on hand to hear the H-piece Stewart, of the department of po- j litical economy ol the University of i Appreciate Police Work i A letter of appreciation of police -work was received from Blenner-. S Hassett and Smith, operators -of a j I local sporting goods store, member of the Church much sible. Prisoners added to the lengthy cas warcsen iieroert .-.w kind permission makes these Alberta His subject wUl beln- enjoved song services pos-: cJustrial Diversification IP. Alberta. The business meeting will DC HEY KIDS! Free blotters for you. Bowman Agency Insurance, Real Estate, Rentals the recent series of including Uis loss from our ow store. "V.'e feel that qiir local police ofij-iatine i force is really 'on its toes' and sn n njvjxiilk River _ were named execu- i formed by himself ar.d Sdward C. services tive. They H. ar-.d Ar.dersori of has beeri .C -IT- fi-S" I R. Maskell of Medicine Hat: W. ar.d that Mr. Sr.owdon is with tne flev. Victor bir.l.n Ci -p T the business of Mount and R. G. Gait of s bndge. c and v. O HOT on the business of the partnership alo.-e urcer the POTATO GROWERS We are buying NETTED GEMS CARLOADS OR TRUCKLOADS Plunkett Savage Phone 2584 In replying to a complaint from Mrs. H. J. Scott of 1239 Sixth; BiU Chinese Loses Appeal On Gaming House Conviction BRETHREN IXCORPORATED j lire, council directed her attention t-r_e Gazette dejects of 1 appeal is lodged in proper form.! waid a copy of thp letter to J. C. I and then only if the matter in; DCS Jardine, secretary of tne Leth- cuestion appears to be one m which i bndge Automotive Service Associa- the council sitting as the zoning appeal board has power to grant an appeal. Received and filed a letter from City Solicitor H. W. Menzie, sct- j ting out his opinions on the pro- pos'ed bylaw governing the openin? and closing hours of garages and scivice stations and decided to for- non, who submitted the proposed bviaw. In his letter Mr. Menzie reported that some of the provisions of the proposed bylaw, which was before Chirese'gathered in !he rrar of a or renter of the premises and that hbndge had been incited to attend the innocent' partx last New Years From 10 v.cre sn to CO rxrsora were at the partv den accorcins; to a ce- ar.d the Chine.% had been piajir.? cisiori of the appeal court of Alberta an Oriental version of dominoes in Calgary Monday afternoon. The court dismissed an appeal of Wong You Choy, a member of the party, against a conviction by Mag- istrate Ben Metcalfe, Lethbridge. of keeping a common gaming house. the council a week ago, are beyond j was fined and costs, the povier of the council and others Georcc EX A. Lethbridge. do not conform to the early closing I counsel for the appellant, arguert provisions of city charter. 'that Wong neither the pnor to the serving of a S32 meal corsistmg of roast turkey, duck and chicken as wen as Chinese dishes, j Two alleged transactions of a! "rake-off" received bv the which were witnessed by police, j and only mvoUed 35 cents, were donations towards the cost' of the "banquet for which Wong had j put up the money, ccunsel said. INSUL-BRIC SIDING AND ASPHALT SHINGLES LET US SEND OUR APPLICATOR TO GIVE YOU A COMPLETE ESTIMATE APPLIED. PHONE US AT ONCE Advance Lumber Co; Ltd. LETHBRIDGE TARDS IN ALBERTA FHQXE S JEWS PA PER I ;