Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APBLL Australia, Land Of Fruit Flowers And Huge Sheep Stations, Described j Contrast In Prices BACK IN 1906 BINDERS COST GANG PLOWS Leaves Jail And Returns Same [Rice Defence Counsel In P.O.W. Montreal 59 Toronto............. 48 64 farmers in three lall payments roth dis- 1 rom disirici to be heard with regard j counts thrown in for City Contract Let For Sidewalks George E. A. Sice. K.C.. veteran lawyer, has been ap- j xnEssel for four I of a coatrses i Co. Of tfce Among the striking shout he said, isras that one- the people live m five large cries. Raiionmg TSS very seiere. The people -srere en s -arsr- econsmy much more strictly zhsn is Canada because, afzer the J yards' Jaasnes- drive Asisiralia trss the Aassa base of eoeratiesss m the drive StaUons at struck the AUS- .ns nere the of fru.: nd the profusion 01 rowers. He orchids ou: of free: lerhonege 5S 33 1 "-ir- 65 29 53 32 Essuver........ S3 33 Forecast issued s: are seiis now for S40G, were self- gerasg around 70 and SO cents for s zg -o: S160, anci couici be bought i number one Korteem- wheat. Shcnly before 6 pja. he is egec. to haie passes a worthless :hecae for S5D of. local are Boost In Price verr has- Apnl IT, by Dominion public Weather oifice a; m i eomerro Machinery Meetings w; Ausrrahs big as squares OiXJ acres. Tcej'ri aoris. For Poll CliV CCLJICli O2 T jj, J was let to Genera! i Medicine Hal on The men are 3. Ferrer Busch and W.' Gersisaas are accused of a fellow prisoner at the j __ i Meciicirie'Hai laternmerit Canio ia Tferee tenders f or Sepiember, 1944. The victim Vas i the construction job. K LehniaEin. a Geroan doctor of Manager J. T. Watson es- Uhilosophy. The accused a-en are j pects thas the job win be started J held at Leihbridse Jail pendias ar- on smniediately. He esiiraates taat sal work be re- of -hem Lezhtnaje Hegion: Clear "today FD J on snWp as and Declared UnfaiT JS He "was immedisrely by members of the ewy police. Accused aoseared before Magis- trate Ben on Wednesday quired to complete it. ns aad vras remanded j____ Eagles to Meet order of Eaales hneges anc aes _______- ___ ion of th JFool regirdmg the increase Alberta Whest j A peiitioa signed by 20 persons WVM increase of 12 demanding that the issiiing of In Canada To I End June 30 An mterestina series of sound pic- tares inll bs shs-sm. breth- ren invited to be present- PHONE 5561 OR KIGHT -i CHAPEL Announcemen fs Move to Control Bang's Disease In Province These -s-ho intend to take ad- vantage of the assistance offered bv the Alberta of agri- culture in tne control of Bang's disease (contagious abortion) are and Mrs. "L. SL Hales 'nee j urged to complete and send in thf :r WHIST AXI> DASCS In the Eagles' Cards p.m. Dancm; 10 1515h Births Rush For Auto Plates Abates local arsd District durins the past few icto the ofSce of the Alberta Motor Agscciation asd the Highway Traf- fic Soars! here 10 purchase their artd track licenses are Monday. Civic esanloyeeE win hare a Good Sriday but nos Easier Monday. The city cotfficJ. will not meet Basier Monday, the Bjeeusg having been posiponed until Tuesday Federal offices will be closed rather has enabled farmers week of the repeal of stanxpry holiday orders rnade Irj June of t" Beatrice Sii'.'iO announce the of a san on AprH 14. st Gait Hos- 1337 Cards Of Thanks Mrs. Elizabeth GiHespie, Mrs. Ai.r-.o Giliespis and family, vrish to express heartfelt thanks and appreciadon to their many friencs for their great kindness, also for the beautiful floral tributes and to those vrho so kindly loaned cars. during their recent sad bereave- 1535 _r____jion forces wiihom delay, stales the office of the district for spring vascina- riori must bs in not later shan May 1. The prevalence of contagious aboruon "deraaacs thai._ everyone coacemed mafce everv e3ort to eliniinaze this disease, which is ?er- lieves that farmers should not press lor higher pnces for their i be declared. i Pointing out that farm implement, manufacturers claim that present For Men Are Planned I _ Dabiic had co-onerated well this" council of the 10 aii is! Vear. and that there had been a supemsors and hoszesss who have of confusion daring ihe been honorably released frora their jjgavy periods of selling, war services. In the total war period there sponsored by iroughout the j thas number 355 me.r! and 121 is being en were aaproved. The total num- depart- ber of actual appointments was Long Holiday For Some Staffs Provincial goremsient offices, i A Galaxy Gay Tunes for your. Easter Party! Throngb. Day; Prisoner of lyr" Camo........... JDid Ton JLeam to Lore; Come Bain or Come Tommy Dorsey By Day; Xattsomnr Stewart And Fbrerer; Bumble ISeddy lyrnrnn Two-zy; Sleepy fyj- Kreddy BeHs of St. Mary's; HI Take Ton Home Again 75c Biag Crosby Personality; Wonli DUC 3iug Crosby Boofie Woogie; Jiiaajy Dorsey ........OUC I Wish. I Conld Ten Eaymes..........OUC Beliere; I'm Always Chasing Gt2y Lombardo........OUC little Kiss; On! What It Seemed to Dick Hayntes and Helen DC Hear These Today at ERDWN5 iJYour Record Centre" To the boys at Johnson Camp: to the boys other caKle creases. Services department vaccine record aials and laooratory exanuna: i blood samples. Teienriary expenses j Bros. are boras'by the owner, who also 'assists trie veterinary surgeon in FOLltt KtCUVtK creases in the nrices of farm ms- ment aa-iculnire which all sheers 553 men. 119 women. Postings banks and law offices In Leth- j r overseas service numbered 1SS j bridge win be closed Good Friday j male civilians and and Sasier Monday. local stores and manageresses. At: and business offices generally will j olriiCeio i the end of 1S45 there were employed 1 be closed Good Friday which 3s a rrigation Dis_- j Can2ca 152. in Newfoundland j statutory hohtxay, DTK wui be opens _ prirS any way passible, j CTTIT I7KT especially John a. Saner, "for the The control of Bang's disease in 1 ULtSiS expressions of sympathy _ pronnce is important, ana ail accidentally at the camp last Januarv 25th. 16S6 ZiESS S. r Memoriam Ia memory of Clifford "Walker, who passed away April 17.1945. Sunshine fades and shadows fall. But sweet remembrance outlasts alL Ever renembsred by his friend. Joioson. 1563 regarairig assistance available-. Ap- plication forms may be obtained either from the office of the district agriculturist, or any registered vet- erinarian in the province of Al- berta, or direct from the oSce of the arovincial veterinarian, depart- ment of agriculture, Sdmontori. City Residences In loving remembrance of otnr i brother and uncle, jiarten Gray, i who passed awav April 17, 1943. 1 Svs- remembered b- his sister and the Maioney nome at 1039 and brother. 3Tr. and 5lrs. ThoniES Two ciiy residences Tisnfe recently are tiae tome -was ownea by Mr. and Mrs. rred ra. 1258 Sunli avenue soulh. Andersen and family. 1 street scuta. The Bosford home Just Arrived! A Shipment Of Lilac Bushes and single, at SHEUBS Frache BROS., LTD. For shrubs phone 2093 153i has been purchased by J. Mog- ridge of ihe T. campany staS flil move into the residence -esz Tuesday. 'E. "u. Sylands pur- chased the Malonsy liaaie ana is is and oems occupied by s. Donaid Bylands. MTA AVAILABLE ON R.C.A.F. RECRUITLNG ____ CUomiruon Esperi- meatal Slav 23 and 30. JUDGMENT WITH j COSTS TO PLAINTIFF dcu u. The case of Hines vs. Bickson. lls a debc acnon. was heard ne- Ypil I joT-o judge S. 3. in district here on Tuesday, mjmrdeti the tflam- A valuable collection or musical instruments stolen in the city on March 28 has been recovered by cir? police. The instrumenis thre- saxophones and two clarinets, vat i at around stolen.------------- _1niT- im the Hainbow dance hall in costs Delllg awarcea tlle plaHI' suit concerned H. T. Hmes, and 24 and 25. ,013ri overseas 125. By April grounosj, lf the number overseas had dwindled to 74. In Canada, there were 53. axteen cent of the person- nel of T.M-C.A. War Cervices i were leachers prior to 3oinmg the v-JiLG-a- 'War Services; 15 per cent were 'S'.il-C.A. secreraries; 13J3 per cent were managers and executives. Aibertans' band. Further investiga- ade b th once, aons are being made by the police. Hornby Writes New Booklet on Immigration An attractively printed booklet and Post-War Immigra- tion" from the pen of Bng.-Gen. _ M, L. Uomby. well known i bridge district farmer and loa? an; dett- It -was claimed that pertinent documents in uossession. of Mr. Einss -srere lost" when Ms store was destroyed bv fire- -while the defend- ant's documents were also losz when j a cyclone devastated ais residence, j J. BL OPTOMETRIST Second Phone 3857 Lethbrldge FRO3I DESK TO PALACE labor mem- of parliament and former rail- clerS who left school sz adfocaie of migration of selected j C3eorge Ivlaihers will live in a palace British setcleis zo Canada, is being rgjgh commissioner for die received here ar present. The author points out that Canada, is a trust end to justify our occupation of so immepse and rich a territory its must be increased. Canada must be developed for ihe benefit of the -whole civilizes he contends. Eigh CJhurch of Scotland. Prospective recruits for the per- manent force of the Hoyal Canadi- an Air Force will be ebie to acquaint themselves with the Tarious details connected with enlistment ia that j branch of the amed forces even if they were unable to make an ap- pomtmeat with the recraitmg of- 1 facer, Slt.-Lt. J. P. Smith. The officer, accompanied by Bandmas- ter H. S. StncE, a flight-sergeant in the H.CAJF., was in Letbbndge on Monday and Tuesday of this j I week wrih the X.C.AJrVs mobile recruiting unit, Gordon ilcNabb, a former flight- sergeant in the admirastrative see- tioa of the H.CJLF., and now a resident of this city, is in possession of complete information concerning the present sir fores needs with s respect to recruits. He is in a poa- tion to give any advice in that regard and has the necessary appli- 1 cation forms. He will be available at the Fred Sing Motor Coinpanv j j offices at 320-9th Street South for j anyone wishing either application tcrias or information in connection j ,with enlistment. Approximately' 10.000 airmen in 1 70 different ground trades are re- j quired ai the present time, and it j is for these trades that the present recruiting drive is primarily aimed. Authorities are arodous to get re- cruits for the Ko. 2 Air Corainand 1 Band. Wear Them... Send Them As GIFTS! FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP Phone 2666 Sixth Street S. OIL STOVES 2 AND 3 BURNERS Get yours now and avoid disappointment North Lethbridge Hardware FREE crrr SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invitee, to meet representa- tives of our committee at the YJM.C.A. an- Thursday between the hours of S and pjn. Our committee will be glad to help you in any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee FLOOR All popular brands in paste or liquid FURNITURE POLISHES Cleans and Polishes without effort HICK Hardware Co. Ltd. Phone 3762 DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT and everv Wednesday and Saturday Night arosic BT DOW'S RHYTHMERS DANCE Sponsored "by "L. A. to the Friday, April 19 In the Legion Kali Social evening, Dancing, Gents S5c Ladies 25c EVEE.TBODT Garden Manure PHONE 2729 ana ire -win supply you fdth aH jtwtr requirements immediately. Reidel Cartage GUARANTEED VULCANIZING All sizes of Tires and Belt Splicing Trimbles Tires 316 Herentti St. S. Phone 2007 Drop ixi and -see our display of Easter Gifts FOR MY LADY Metal Compacts S2.75 fo Perfumes and Colognes ..50c to S10.00 In ifce folio-snug odors Koger and Gallet Fieur D'Amoirr, Fugue, Violet de Panns. Txresc, Shaugiiai a Sientot, Miracle Chanel Ko. 5, Ko. 22, cuire de Susse, Gardenia Also Xarffley Hesley Counrry Garden FOR GENTLEMEN Tarcley Shavuig Talc Bowls. Ssafont ancl Sets S3.00 and S450 Rana Zleccric Hazors, final tead S1935 Jackson Draf fin DRUGGISTS STEVE'S TAXI ALSO OPERATES A MODERN UP-TO-DATE NEWS STAND AND SODA FOUNTAIN NEXT DOOR TO THE BUS STATION. PHONE 45958 24-Hour Service FAT'S TAXI and DELIVERY SERVICE For prompt and courteous service you can't go wrong by phoning K "t Easter f lowers AND PLANTS Make your selection early, at the MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP TOXnnA Hotel EASTER CLOTHING SPECIALS 3 Days Thurs., Sat., Mon. Here are only a few of the values to be found at Buy-rite others not listed iers. Gome, make yonr selections esrly and pocket the savings. BOYS' SCAMPERS Moccasin style with Goodyear composi- tion sole, welied. Good insoles. Sizes 11 to 2 and 8 to Special.......... OTHER SCAMPERS PRICED FROM MEN'S OXFORDS dy leather soles, Goodyear -srelted, -Rita soft leather uppers. Blacs or bro'sn in all sizes. A stvle and price lor every roan. G.W.G. SHIRTS Hooray cut, tcro pocket style. Iceai for -srork or casual wear. Plaics or plain colors. Now and MEN'S ALL WOOL SWEATERS Slesvsless pullover style -Klin, V-necs. Good choice of attractive colors. Special Men's Combination Underwear Medium -weight, long leg, short sleeve style. Ail sizes, 38 to 44. Best be early for these. Special Be V Overalls Bfo style, strongly sewn Iron striped deaiia. Sizes 2 to 7 yeais. only.... LADIES' SHOES Every wanted style, color and heel in ihlslot. Pumps, straps, tics, in all sizes. Many styles fresh from the pacsisg cases. If you seed shoes cow or later, don't irsss this value. to Buyrite Clothing Store Two doors south Capitol Theatre 5th SL S. JEWS PA PER I -IWSPAPKR!