Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Aims Of Committee On Japanese Canadians Set Forth In Statement I MANY ATTEND FCXEBAL Set no at a meeting at tne I 3. The honor of Canada In its; L- recently the Lethfcricge i nnaoruies Consultative Committee on Canadi- ans cf Japanese origin tas been ac- me and released today the follow- ing statement as to its aims and the implications of tb.e issues voivec us citiee's program: Trie of de opin- j ioa tnat these Questions are of, transcendent importance in any clemocracj. The comrcUtee believes that _the A large group of friends gathered Wednesday after- noon to pay tribute to the late Robert Kergan, who passed away April 7. Funeral services were held in Mar- tin Bros, chapel- Numbers of SoraX tributes attested to the esteem held for the deceas- ed. The nres Tisre ed the Rev. R. Magovraa Plan Extension Of Credit Unions A meeting of interest to all credit _ I union minded people in South. Al- berta was held in the court house in Leihbndge on Monday evening, Aaril 8. Keoresentatives of eight M.I.A. Awards Are Presented An interesting honor and achieve- ment event wat held at the LJXS- auuitoriusi Fnday night under tne auspices of the Lethbridge Stake MJLA. board, with Stake Sapt. A. Mark Revival Of Camera Gub The Lethbrxege Cao-era Club Is getting back on Us feet once again. by airs. Frank 1O-A. president. Aa outstanding program presented num- by absence of the Dominion's Dunrjg the forces. ADVANCING WITH THE AIR CADETS MAN FWED; OBSTRUCTING corarr Charged under the Criminal of Canada isitfa obstructing the railway, Frank Bove of Pincher Crtsek vas fined Hfbett ap- peared before Police Magistrate Fred at this The offence iras committed at Lundbreck on March 31, problems involved in the M ACVI. or A The Lembridge Consultative ;J-r------ CoEamitiee on Canadians of Japan- j in tee party o-_ u ffw s or o ese has been formed for the j of: Bringing before the public the facts concerning Caasciaris of Jap- anese origin, 2. Helping to publicize tEe moral Issues involved in the proposed treatment of this raino-nty group. 3 the undemocratic treatment of these citizers to Japanese question the ttord. A reading of covering the i last session of the House cf Com- nuns will show the debate cu: cleanly across party lines. Trie committee can ociain at norsnna! crisrge for any person or persons interested, printed pam- phlets and other snaienal discuss- ing the questions mentioned here- of the 15 organized credit unions in. Members of Parliament, Members j Believing that !t is of tfeTcanadian Sc-nate and Mem- ic and therefore un-Canacian 10 tae Legislative Assemblies, single out for treat- 3 Associating witii tte Co- i meat any minority group, she coas- Coiffliitee on Japanese j nutiee incites from inomcuals, (soSeomes cailedTrae I churches, groups, clubs, societies.! Dr. S. M. Schmaltz: O H Bartling. J. J. Tiffin; R. W. Cswac. "W. S Wallace. W. E. A. G. Vtriue. Farm Merger Plans Advanced the chairmanship o former president of the j and instructive discus- sion covered the proposal of or- j ganizmg a credit ximon ciiapter for' southwestern Alberta. S garuzation tie the creoit union family union members in the J Victory Loan Workers j j is armea :orces. To the members of the Aero En- the class was taken oy Sgt. rails. under the gorera- kct ifitli has been accepted at ujteroational salons in both Ian- an addiaoaal aad cower and Victoria. Taat. picture was also used as "an illus- tration in Canada's first are stored the ma- j chine guns fronx tie Liberator cadets the class, bombers based on the local station. As the conclusion of snis each other. ings of the reflector gun sight. Victory Loan as exhausted the entire stoci The British j Meanwhile. Uss Air Cadet canteen. FOR EASTER oi parliament, Tte committee executive: A. G gamzaUons of ,the federation. All members of the committee Music and Pupils were in accord and it was felt that verv satisfactory progress is being made. Another meeting of the commit-______________ tee wiU be called just before harvest, i meetmg a full slate of officers The pcbcy of the amalgamated: elected. Proposed bylaws will be i body wall be determined by the an- prepared in advance "for the ap- leod. The executive was instructed by the delegates to call together in a general meeting all credit unions in j the zone, the meeting place and! date to be announced later. At this j nual conventions of the new body from time to time. Phil Bsker. Lethbndge. member TORONTO i llle Alberta Federation of Agri- CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC j aUendancc' anfi MIDSUMMER EXAMINATIONS onJ July Irh, mad 11 tk AppUcitTocs acd fees CSCK tbc Coaseniajrr DOC later iban APRIL 25rh, 1946 135 College Street, Toronto 2B the A-F.U. Newsprint production in Ni America in March totalled tons, a record for the month, the Newsprint Service Bureau report- ed. The bureau reported Canadian production in March was M tons and shipments tons. Fatigue is From the Nerves Fight Chronic Fatigue By Building Up Nervous Energy You trork hard acd sre is one kind of fatigue which is soon relieved by rest. But chronic an entirely different condition. It comes from exhaustion of the nerves. Tvhen you have cnrooic fatigue jou sooner or later become restless, nervous asid irritable and simply cannot or sleep welL Chronic fatigue may coice from OTerrrork, either mental or physical, or from worry and anxieties which consume nervous energy at a tremendous rate. Tfae appetite fails, digestion is upset and you do not get suSc-ezt nutrition to build up nervous energy. The treatment; recommended is Dr. Chase's Nerve Food because this medicine contains the food minerals required fo help restore nervous energy and vitamin Bi which is so helpful to the nerves and helps to improve dogestion- That Dr. Chase's Nerve Food has been helpful to many thousands of people during the strain of recent years is proven by the very marked increase in'sales. Business executives and office staffs, factory superintendents and workers, housewives and school classes, benefit by this dependable and time proven food treatment for exhausted nerves and chronic fatigue. Why cot take advantage of this medicine from which you may expect such benefits as so many others have obtained. Ask your d ruggist for the new economy size boitlc of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 60 cents a box of 60 piiis; economy sae bottle ISO pills for S1.50. EOR. NIEW ANDENEttGY USE Dr. Chase's Nerve food CONTAINS VTTAMIN B-f AND ESSENTIAL MINERALS "Easter's Late This Year" That's the name of a 9 brochure just full of smart suggestions for Easter menus, snacks and party ideas. For your free copy call at the HOME SERVICE DEPARTMENT proval of the general meeting. A. M. Munro was elected to con- tinue as director of the league _fcr zone one, a position which he has faithfully fulfilled during the past year. Appliance Shop to Handle "Maytag" Line Another appliance shop, carrying a full line "of Maytag appliances and parts, will onen in the city on Monday. Situated at 317-8th Street South, "the shop will be operated by two well-known Lethbndge men, A. J. "Alt" Calhoun and A. B. "Bruce" Durfee. The new enter- prise will feature a full repair ser- vice for washing machines, ironers, polishers and vacuum, cleaners, specializing in small gas engines. Reoairs will be made to all makes of "machines. The latest model Maytag washer will be on display in the store when it opens. The past experience of the two businessmen amply Qualifies' them for the new venture. Aif Calhoun has been service manager at the Beatty Washer agency here for the past fourteen jears, and has wide experience with all types of machines and small en- gines. He is well known in tne city, being an active member of the Lethbridge Junior Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Southmmster" church choir. Bruce Durfee assumed the posi- tion of appliance manager at Hoyt Hardware in 1937. Prior to that time he was in the appliance busi- ness in Moose Jaw for four years. He joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in the spring of 1942, and while overseas served as bomb aimer on the ship piloted fay FO. Bud Walters pf Spring Coulee. When the" craft was shot down in August. 1944, FO. Durfee was taken prisoner by the Germans, and he ended up the war in a Nazi prison camp. Repatriated in June, 1945, he re- turned to the city last October, re- suming his position with the Hoyt Hardware. -BTe was married over- seas and his wife is now in Leth- bndge. The former air force officer is an active member of the Leth- bridge Rifle and Revolver Club and a past president of the now extinct Lethbridge Revolver Club He also belongs to the Lethbndge Junior Chamber" of Commerce and the Lethbndge Tennis Club. I j .m i j ___ mento of the various campaigns in pher has invited Mr t--> seed continued his current ser.es of radio While the cacets wers i Leicester i lectures with a detailed explanation 'ping-pong tas N.C.p. sand o there! of radio receivers and transrciumg' met. and it was decided .o ions dealing i an aU-Cade; dance as the Air Cadet noiogv. were buildicg the first part of May. ar discussion i Though tne season is weu aa- T.OW rearing it is soil too iate for iKg talss, age boys to get m on -reeSu advanced of s'-aarser camp a-, an Air 3rerce ire becoming in- [station fith plenty or Cylsis. Doat shown pictures in Chicago. !n the'. creasingly interesting "to all the miss out! Enrol Chicago Xasural History Museum.j- At present he also has a numbers of Dhotographs at Adelaide. Aus- j tralia. and in International Pea- persons realize just how great. a distinction it !s to have prints accented for an intema'iona! show- _ ___ The bred, worn out raotber make a happy When the salon Is planned. In- honw if she is sick worried by the nerer endmg vitations are usually sent ou; to aU i household duties. the known camera clubs and photo- j She gets run down becomes and irritable, dowahearted and discouraged, can t rest as night, and gets up ia the morning feeliEg ss tired as she -sreEt to VTonjea suSering in this way may find in Mflbura's Health and Mis a remedy ttitn which to help recuperate their health, build op the nm down gvstem, aad assist them back to Fnce 50c a box, 63 pills, at all drug Mother Nature's Engineers Whatever we do somehow or other For good or ill affects another. the Beaver. From high, in the air Plunger the Osprey, he who is often callefl fish- hawk, had looked down on what seemed like a watery world. It was springtime and that meant flood- time. Little brooks had suddenij become big brooks, big brooks had become rHers, and niers had gone out of tncir fcsnfcs and spread far over the and lowlands. Plunger, on his way up from the Sunny Soutn, had become used to such sights. Because his are keen, and because he -was con- stantly searching the water for a fish near to the surface to be caught, lie saw the drifting logs and trees, the parts of buildings and bridges, the boxes and barrels, the chicxen coops, and countless other things the swift waters had swept, and were sweeping, away. He saw little folks in fur cluiging to No Happiness in the Home When Mother Is Sick graphic societies, as well as to well- 1 known individual photographs ail the world including both ama- teurs and professionals When these prints are all receiv- ed at the salon they number several thousands, manv of them sent in from first class photographers in al! parts of the globe. From this tre- mendous flood of pictures some two cr three hundred, depending on the space available, are chosen for the salon showing. They are the best of the lot. and it may be readilvj understood that tne standard isj- necessarily very high for those that! are chosen. In some shears as j as sue thousand prints are originally j submitted. The Lethbridge club Is sending a collection of prints to the Camera Club in Saskatoon, in return for a collection which the club there will send to Lethbridge. A similar exchanee will also take nlace be- tween the local club and another club in Cardiff. Wales. Mr. Kloppenborg WES a" member Look for our trade mark a "Bed Heart" on the packaga. Tit T. Idbom Co.. lisitni. Toronto. Oat. so ceary e saw ang ing Brook the water was not, raging fiercely and Wat-hills' awav things on. its way to jom the Big River as in other streams. jHe saw that al- though the water was high it was cot tearing its way along, -pot washing away the banks, not dig- ging away the earth under trees along the banks so that they fell. It was not full of logs and otner floating things, and he wondered why. He Cew from the Big River high above Laughing BrooS. lowing its course from the now flooded Green Meadows up- through the Greert Forest to the beginning of the Great fountain. In the Green Forest ae flew above three old ponds of Paddy Beaver, one above another, the but or on floating stufi, being carried of Cardiff club for two -ears they knew not where, ana it was ail overseas with' ths dreadful to look-upon. And because he saw everything so clearly saw that along Laugh- while serving- overseas RXXAJF. He attended their weekly meetings, and It was he who pro- posed the exchange of photos be- tween the two clubs. He also be- came a member of the Royal Pho- tographic Society of Great Britain while in England. It is considered to be the highest ranking of all photographic societies in the world All in all the "L-ethondge club is plannine a very busy year. The an- nual exhibition of pictures will be held in conjunction with the an- nual Lefhbridee and DUtrict Horti- cultural Society show in. August. t MUV near together. Tney had been made a long tune ago. Faddv and Mrs Paddy had made tnem by building dams across Laughing Brook. Their children and grandchildren were living there now and keeping the dams repaired. Paddy and Mrs Paddy had gone up Laughing Brook to the beginning of the Great Mountain. They had built a long daot there and made a big pond. The v.ater rushing down Laugh- ing Brook -from up on the Great Mountain was checked by Paddy's dam. It had to spread out in the pond. It made the pond larger and filled it until at it began to spill over the top of the dam at places-along the whole length Be- cause it was spread out so it had no force. It could do no damage as long as that dam held, and Paddy and Mrs. Faddy were seeing to it that that darn did hold, keeping close watch and mending every tiny place where there was a little leak that might become a bad leak. Plunger saw the water spilling over the dam and running back into Laughing Brook. After a little way it once more formed a strong current that grew stronger and i angrier as it rushed on. Then it i reached the first of the Bea.er ponds below and was checked. It was slowed down still more in the The TT.SS Dearborn, a 1.200-ior. weather observation ship, has radioed that it was leaking baclj and in distress about 160 miles off the southern coast of Iceland. pitiful case, Ertnyntrude This poor chap hasn't bad any Fort Garry Coffee since yesterday I" Group Welcomes New Members The bi-monthly meetmg of the Lethbridge Chapter, Society of In- dustrial Accountants of Alberta, was held m the Marquis Hotel, Thursday evening. Two new membsrs Mr. A. Brown and J. Williams, C.A., were welcomed by the Chapter Chairman, H. S. Greenway. Regret was expres- sed that the Chapter was losing a valuable member in the person of J. Kam who is leaving to reside in Vancouver. BC. It was announced that the 25th JJV. i. annual meetine of the parent or- ajd by the tmie it had gamzation. The Canadian Society I third pond and was run- of Cost Accountants, would be held d.am no at Niagara Falls, Ontario, on June strength at all So wnen the waupr j lith and loth. The annual meevmg reached the Smsung Poo. on the of the Lethbndge Chapter is ar- Green Meadows where Jerry Muss- ranged for May 9th, when it is ex- pected that representatives from the Provincial Council will be in attendance. A report on student membership angrily to the Big River, tearing i things to pieces, sweeping away helpless little folk in fur who were unable to get away from it. The was presrated to the iee-m" It water isl other was dorns was pjeseniea M> vne meeting, it .h Kist nrrf Tjmc-brnir was decided the Education Com- mittee would commence supervision of courses in June when a number would undertake tneir primary jear subjects. An- informative paper dealing with the subject "JDepreciation- Accounting Records arsd Ir.coTe Tax" was presented by Jack Lakie of Sick's LeUibncge Breweries L'.d This subject proved of real irate: es: and resulted in a lively discussion by all members. but not not Laughmg DIES AT EDMONTON these things. Brook. No, sir, Brook. 1 Suddenly it popped into Plunger's head that this was the only brook j had sen on whicn Beaver folk were inir.g, had cuill darns and made por.ds. So may j do as little damage as possib-s- I Engineers do in a big wa> just I ar.d h-s folk co in a small i uav wren b-uld inf.- dams 1 ar.d make thiir por.d-. are natural Na'ure'5 j enginee'5- They work for For 30 years a. farmer in the Rainier district. William L Gra- ham, aied in an Edmonton hos- pital Friday night alter a two weeks illness The father of S S Graham, Lethbndge district aan- cultmist, he was bom in ine Puts- burg. Penn area on July 4 1363, coming to the Rainier dutnci :i. ISI6 Left to moum are- his wife Susan at home; four sons, WsUidir. of Pittsburgh, James and HaroW of Rainier, and Stewart of j reives, but in -o thcv wurs. bncge: one daughter. Mrs WHour 1 for otr.er foks It w Nature's law j Eshom. Edmonton; sisters in i that nonP may Ine to nsiveH alor.e. j the United States and 13 grard- Though vou think tr.at what 5011 j children. S S. Graham of Lcth- J do is wholly your own cor.cem. it bridge left for Edmonton. Friday never is (Copyright. IS46. by T. W. Burgess) night on receipt of his father's death. the news of Foreign Minister Direk Jayana ar.d Frank Keith Officer, Austra- lian minister to The Netheralnc? Incies haic signcc a 15-pomt agreement ending the state of between Australia and Siam, The next Faithful." story: the A "hDor charter of the Ameri- cas" was approved in Mrxico City war i by the third Ir.ter-Amcnran Labor I Conference's resolutions committee. Youthful vitality enables the younger generation to se- along on amazingly little sleep at times, providing they sleep well when they do retire. ptrnertiLt, mattresses are especially designed arid constructed to iul! ihe tired mind and body into sound and restfu! sleep. "Burning tlie midnight oil" is a com- mon procedure for the boys and girls of University or High School particularly, around end a procedure for the parents who question their ability to with- stand the strain cf constant study. TRIPLE CUSHION IV! Manufactured in fzco "4" Sur and "2" Sfcr Matchins box spring recorntisncfed for maximum comfort acsiisht extra cost at Furniture and Department Stores throughout Western Giwh n ARKHILl, IMIJED.