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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1946 Long Layover at Nelson Ends; i CRANBROOK GETS XT m- A vi T LOW INTEREST RATE New Timetable on Crow Line FISCHER CREEK: A special meeting under sponsor-, ship of the Pincher Creek Board of Trade was held here on. Wednesday afternoon when merchants met representatives of the CPJl, Mr. L. Officer and Mr. T. KiEgs- wav, ia regards to the possible change in time of trains through Kacher. The proposals were heard from Mr. Officer and taese consisted in tyro changes. The oreseat train from the east would be 25 minutes later than is is now and would arrive here at am. The eastbound train would not lay over at Kelson as it does now and arrive at Pincher at in ihe morning instead of its present time of p-ffls- This would be a great- advantage to merchants of Pincher Creek, especially those handling fruit and fish. Another advantage would be the shorter trip to Calgary- Instead of nearly a seven hour trip the train leaving here at a_m. would arrive in Calgary at ajaa. and if a businessman wished to leave Cal- gary the same day he would catch a reaim train by pjn. In tak- ing an opinion the meeting most merchants voiced a favorable opin- ion of the proposed changes in times of these trains. Want Day Time Ixxal BLAIRMORS. (HNS) C.P-R. officials. Mr. Lowe of the operat- ing department. Mr. Officer, of the passenger department, and Mr. Kingjhead. of the express depart- ment, were in the Pass this week, obtaining an expression of opinion on a proposed new time table for trains No. 11 and 12 running through the CroWs Nest Pass. At. a meeting held in the Cosmo- politan Hotel in Biairmose last Wednesday, they explained the pro- posed new schedule to Mayor E. Williams. John LJoyd of the U.M.W. of A. "Wra. Johnston of Plunkett and Savage, J. Kubik of Kubik's Grocerv, S. G. Barman, barrister. M. G. Smith, manager of the Royal Bank of Canada, J. F. Smith of the Cosmopolitan Hotel. Morgan of the CroWs Nest Pass Motors and W. H. Chappell of the "West Cana- dian Collieries Ltd. The oroposed change would have the westbound train reach Blair- more at a.m_ instead of ajn, as at present- The eastbound train would reach Blairmore at a.m. instead of PJE. as ac present. Advantages of the proposed new- schedule would be to permit airmail from "Winnipeg to make connections at Lethbridge with the train for the Crow's Nest Pass. Passengers from the Crow's Nest district would be able to leave the Pass on the early morning train, stay all day in Lethbridge or Calgary, and arrive home on the same day, and if travelling further east, would be able to make excellent connections with. No. 2 train at Medicine eliminating the present long lay over there. It was also pointed out teat the new schedule would assist merchants of the Pass on their fruit and vegetable express ship- ments from, the west. Merchants of the tomx were in favor of the proposed new time table, as at the present time their fruit and vegetable shipments are 3 kept over night in the station and not delivered to their stores until late the following morning. Some opposition developed to the proposed change, particularly from CitANWtOOK. B-C. (ENS) price ever City 9t debentmres vbtn 12 bids from British Columbia and Ontario finances were onened for bor- rowing S2C0.9CO for a new junior-senior high school. Suc- cessful bidders wrre the Imper- ial Bank of Canada and James Kichardson and Sons of Van- couver at S103J6. The price in- dicates that the loan will cost ihe city considerably less than three percent. Francis Named New Trustee DISTRICT NEWS PAGE Busy Southern Alberta (Special 10 The Herald) Mr. W. H. Chappell. He ported out TABES- The Taber irrigation that it left the district without a restrict held its annual meeting day time service, passengers from both east and west would be travelling through one of nature's show-places in the dead of night. He felt that he could favor the last week -Kith William Yalgardson ia ihe chair and 25 members in at- tastte. One of the problems fac- ihe farmers is the great variety sacfc as 5G-A- thistle, harry that' threaten of ,I_H, i Ui proDOsed schedule provided the and eeld that' threaten C-PJR. pat oa a day lime local be- jjje district. A resolution was pass- tween Lethbridge and the Crow's JQ RQV Lee, to ac- Nest Pass, and suggested lisas the "resent train between. Medicine Hat- and Lethbridge continue on to the Crow's Xess Pass. The meeting favored" the pro- posed change per cent, provided a dav time-local was run through the Pass, but the C.P.R. officials wanted an expression of opinion oa he proposed change in the sched- ule without any qualifications. The meeting then divided about evenly on their expressions of pro's "and con's and vrith this ex- jression of oninion in their nosses- sion the officials left Blair- more. ID is understood in Blairmore that Coleman was 100 per Farmers Favor Strike Action Authorized HARRISON, McCORD SERVICE Original Equipment RADIATORS 11 AND CORES Radiators Ltd. cent in change. favor of the proposed company the board 10 Edmonton to request the department to share the cost for a soecial weed inspector VET STUDENTS CRANBROOK. B.C. Tercairig the current enrolment of war veterans in Canadian uaiversi- ties "the greatest student gener- ation" ia his experience. N. A. MacKenzie, president of the Uni- versity of British Columbia, said they were providing intellectual stimulus to other students and to their instructors through their standards of scholarship. He was addressing nearly 100 guests who attended a dinner in his honor, sponsored by the Board of Trade, irish J. Falkias, board president as chairman. SHORTAGE OF MOISTURE GRASSY LAKE. (HNS) is general over the dis-i sriet good plougi teg arid precipitation, has been mi. a disturbing factor to most farmers. TABER SEWER SYSTEM TABER. (HSS> Conferences on the subject of a fewer system for Taber have been going pa lately be- tween warn authorities and the firm of Davis and Ripley. engineers with offices at Edmonton and Cal- garv. The town de- "on cer- president. Mrs. Hilda TTilker vice-president. Mrs. M. Mc- Phee was re-elected secretary- Accidcnt Toll Heavy, Barawell BARNWZLL. CHNS) Three accidents occurred during the past week, SUss Annie Foils, of the local junior high school room, whose treasurer. Mrs. A- Dean and Mrs. j folis reside on Ivan Harris1 farm, C. Johnston were appointed as riding the tractor with her memberships brother while plowing and she ac- Endorse Plan To Stock Pot Hole Reservoir At Magrath With Fish directors. Twelve were paid and more declared th.eir intention of joining. A Mother's MAGRATK. CHNS) The plan to go ahead with the stocking of tne Pot Hole Coulee dam. now ia pro- Ol bulidZCST TfJwJl cideutally fell off. cutting and j unanimously ersslo'sed at the Mag- herself severely, but luckily 3 rath Gun raeetsng; __ May meeting on Wednesday, May Taber hospital. At the conclusion, of tbe assembly adjcomed to ifae for r DOMESTIC CAN LIGHTED MATCH AND GAS' i Joan Desh, woo 1 the Martin weonesca? eveniEg, waen ceiegases titjrt TfifSti i from Lethbridge, Spring Coulee acd', HO 15 employed on j Raymond were present to hear re- f ana. oa Droiect given by J. G. Braat LUCKY The 114 Eighth Si. S. Kear Station Phone 4121. "Desire to Abaitr." regular meeting of the Lucky Strike AJ.TJ. was held Saturday evening at the school. There was a. lengthy discussion of the strike action of the AJ.U. and most of ihe members agreed that present-day prices of farm products were not in line with the continued rise in price of ma- chinery, gas. etc., and that resolu- tions and protests have all failed to stop this situation, as was demon- strated in the raising of the price of fuel over the farmers' protests, so it begins to look like the only way the farmer will be recognized is by strike action. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bough and Rov Heams were visitors at the meeting from Hoping and the- reoorted their local was quite in favor of strike action. SOFTBALL GAMES BUHDKTT. 'Wednesday afternoon ihe nuDils and. teachers of Grassy Lake school visited the Bordett school, when softbaU games were nlaved. Three games were piay- ed on the large grounds simultan- eously. The senior Burdett team de- feated the senior Grassy Lake team by a score of 18 to 12. Lawrence Emard, a veteran of World War H was umpire for this game. Lake held toe lead for four Innings then the score was even for two inn- ings when Burdett took and kept the lead Tmtfl the final inning. At the end of the ninth inning the Inter- mediate teams were tied. A tenth! inning ended with the score 24 to 19 in favor of Grassy Lake. Ths juniors also had an exciting gams with a tie score of 23-23. Thus the afternoon ended with a win. for each and a tie, and everybody nappy. for this district. _ It, was suggested the government cided to lay cement be asked to amend the Irr-satitK j lain streets this year, piles 01 District Act to nrovide for a Sve gravel were placed on these streets member board instead of the pres- over a week ago for the work. A cnt three. It trill be submitted to j large shipment of cement was the Alberta government cext, ses- stacked in the f irehal! this week for sion. I the same work, and it began Wed- William Valgardson, the chair- nesdav on a main street Jn the south man. gave his report oa crops and j part of town, water conditions. Lasi, year was the ATTENDED FUNERAL first in 25 vears that; there has been t TURIN. Messrs Lenond (Jr.) and Jack Maarion took the first of a coarse Beet Seeding Is Well Advanced RAYMOND. (HNS) Farm- ing in general is in full operation in this district with about 20 per cent. of. the wheat -seeding finished. Sugar beets throughout all the ter- ritorv are 50 oer cent, seeded. Sloisture conditions here are fair. The few spring storms have helped considerably although moisture is needed generally. Ho beets have been reuorted blown out. The s'Jgar bees labor situation is unchanged at present. Reports on P.O.W. labor have not ye; been, clarified. ATTRACTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK AT THE CAPITOL MONDAY TTLI, WED. APRIL 22-24 Danny Kaye "WONDER MAN" THURSDAY TDLL SAT. APRIL 23-27 "SAN ANTONIO" Starring ERROL FLYNN ALEXIS SMITH ROXY MONDAY TILI, THUKS. APRIL 22-25 "THE ENCHANTED FOREST" Also "A SPORTING CHANCE" FRIDAY AND SAT. APRH, 26-27 "PINOCCHIO" Also "SECRETS OF SCOTLAND YARD" SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MORNING MATINEE MONDAY, 22nd AT 10 O'CLOCK FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE TJSE BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS Newlands Club Sponsors Of Oldtimers Dance NEWLANDS. CHNS) About 190 neople attended the oldtimers dance at JSJobleford Friday night sponsored bv the Ke-HTlands Social Club. Chris Peterson and Pete Dav Trere floor managers and did a competent Job. Prizes for oldtime traltz. over 45 vears, was won by Mr- and Mrs. T. Keller, second, Mr. and Mrs. Neii Currie. Prizes, rander 45. werifc to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Currie, Tilth. Mr. and Mrs. "Vernon Keller, second. To ihe person present living in southern Aiberta the longest, ihe prize -Bre to Bob Jitterbug contest for the young folks xras won by Ronnie "Watmough of Shaughnessy and Katherine Wukisich of LethbridKe, and to the oldtimers, Mr. and ilrs. T. Keller, with Mr. and Mrs. Bob "Wobick of Barons a close second. TICTOI OF ACCIDENT John Clifford James, of Calgary, was stationed at Suffield Experimental Station, died Friday in Suffield hos- pital as a result of injuries received in an accident in Medicine Hat Private James was injured white at tempting to board a slow moving i army truck. John James was a son-in-law cf I Mr. and Mrs. M. Whitelaw, of Fer- nie. He is survived by his wife. Pearl, of Calsjary. and three young caugh- ters. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick James, also reside in Cal- garv. A brother. FO. David James, was Icilled in action over Germany iin 1944. Engman left Tuesday to return to bis post at Halifax, while Miss Signe 3Sngman left- Sunday for Vancouver. where she is employed. The brother and sister were here for the funeral of their father, the late T. Eagman. Miss Marie Engmaa returned to Great Falls a week ago. RYE DOING WELL SEVEN PERSONS. lENS) Seeding is general this week. Soil is ia excellent condition for working. The crairie is taking on a Teenish tinge, while winter rye is doing es- cellentlv well. ____ HOG AND CATTLE BUYER TABER. Alex Har- ron well-known livestock buyer over the region from Picture Butte to Bow Island, with, headquarters here for the past four years, an- nounced he had been appointed buyer for Burns and Company, Calgary. This includes hogs as well CHURCH SERVICES RESUME GRASSY LAKE. CHNS) Services have been resumed in bo.th ihe United and Anglican churches. The first Anglican service this spring was held on Sunday, April 7. and the nest service wiU be Easter Sundav morning at The Rev. "Woods of Bow Island recom- menced services in. the United Church on Palm. Sunday, April 14. HEAR CADET OFFICER TURIN. (HNS) Captain Kerr, assistant cade't officer o: Military District 13. gave a very interesting talk on the advantages of training, and stressed the value of good citizenship, at the regular meeting of the Turin. Home and School Association. Due to the busy season, there was a small at tendar.ee. ___ GRASSY LAKE IMPROVEMENT! GHASSY LAKE. (KNS) Work is going ahead steadily at tn Grevhound bus depot where ex> tensive improvements and enlarge- ments are being made. The new par' of this building is being made o cinder brick. The purnps have been erected at the new MeColl-Fron- tenac service station, where _work is also in progress. This building wil also be of cinder brick. SOME SOIL DRIFTING TURIN. CHNS) High, winds on Mondav again caused some soil drifting, but farming has been gen- eral on botn dry and irrigated land. Beet seeding is" also quite generaL GUARD AT JAIL FARM LUCKY STRIKE. CHNS) Dick Wilson left for Lethbridge Monday, where he will be employee as a guard at the provincial jail farm. ____ AN EXTRA TRUSTEE TABER. (Special to The Herald) recent amendment of the school act entitles the .Taber school dis- trict to another representative on the divisional board. The election will take place as soon as a date is set. SCO AT AUCTION SALE SEVEN PERSONS. CHNS) The auction sale of Mr. Anton Carl- son's last Wednesday was exception- ally well attended considering the busy season, 300 lunches were dis- posed of at the noon-hour. Prices realized were very good. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson have disposed of their farm to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Romeiki and will move to Medicine Hat, where they will make their future home. WJ. ELECTS OFFICERS GRASSY LAKE. (HNS) The Better Days W.L held a special meeting in the WJ. room on Wed- nesday, April 10. At this meeting J. W. Knibbs was elected as Stop Hoeing! Here's A Marvel! The Marvel Garden Cultivator represents a sensational new method of conserving moisture and controlling weeds. Hoeing is old-fashioned, slow, back-breaking. But the Marvel will keep your top-soil well-worked to conserve moisture, will destroy weeds at the rcfots and is so quickly and easily operated that you will use it often and so keep your garden looking better. If your wife does your gardening, she will appreciate having a Marvel. Come in for a demonstration. You will see these outstanding Simple Design! Easy to Use! Efficient Cultivation I For only General Farm Supplies Ltd. 1621 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE No. 14. R. F. Brewiii was re-electea, Leihbridge Northern district and on place AJS district "in the sarce class i to the office of reeve and N. J. Jen- j the road nortii of the Taber-Barn- for upiacd and waterfowl shootia; sen. was as deputy reeve. 5he truck tipped over and; as the Brooks area, the very STCBENTS RAISE MONEY injured were rushed so j g-jod that i: would in to The Herald) j the doctor. surpass tiia; distrScT. The fish f has set a good eiatnple of i gesied by the club as beis? feasible communitT spirit in the drive for; affiliatioa service was aeld ax, tae fOr project, nasiely tbe obtaining "funds for a new war; Spring was very fcearuiy by the 1 -arirn tjiat I plicajion. persoEai Dear Mrs.----- Saw ycre ad ia aoosepaper and was shiire slad. to sea. is. I kes bake brecS, ho potaters aad asSk cows like dcrr's swara rsone very jast wbes i don's get pade 03. tJsae. T role ray own fags, so wooden, bora nose. If I drink I rercane lad? "Wsat wood j-oa pay rae. As where I was before I gcs fiftees. dollars acd ladies' old close. My old mas says thac I wood her to Kza. home foar cristtius. He also sed iha; if can'; sesd my fair by the crane I cam. Site soone. Tour friend. I stay a. Cactus Flaue. c o of Sldie. send the gospel of Christ to a-Marxl alter introducing tlje guests. Canadians and to peoples of alii Mr. Spargo and ilr. Kjar. J. O-! nations and to bring healing and perlev gave an interesting resume i education to all who need it." The of the game Jish situation and poptl- candle-lighung was very impressive jaticc the waters adjacent to tb- miTfX UUUil Medicine Kat airport. The coarse comprised hours lessons. SEEDING FINISHED (HNS) Several farmers in BamweU have spring shoTsrins green. Several fanners have most of their seeding finished, including the beet acreage. VICTIM OF ACCIDENT WARNER. (HNS) Mrs. F. Cpombs and SOES. Ben and Dean, were called to Lacombe on Sun- i day, O'Rirjg to Biliie being in hos-1 pital as a result of an auto acci- i dent. He is improving, having had j some 15 stitches taken in his leg. j His chum. STTHUNG. (HNS) rtaersl services held for tne Explorers and green candles these iraiers of predator fisii suet .or h Mission Band. age years, of Wres- of firing lessons on Suridav at the! as it represented each group: Watenori Park area, acd also facts: Medicine Kat airoort. The coarse candles for the C.GJ.T, red: candles; concerning ihe alarrcing increase in j as sackers and CARMANGAT WTSS CARXANGAZ. fHNS) girts" fsstball team played Mr. 1 Spargo then gave a report! ,Sder AHeri The on recer: trio to the National j taani brancn o thesr -wildlife Conference held ia presided a; _ae suppijia? th the r e Wrea- -ana first game against the Barrhill YorS. and about the wa? In which and won by a score of 6-5. The] the Asaericaa. sportsmen upheld the (JTr2 teams evenly matched, and of the Canada sectlcn of Dudes I promise of providing keenly I Unlimited a; the sieetirigs. Mr. Brancssy. oosepfc sx Branfiey promise contested games for the season. o DISTRICT CLUB MEETS RSTLAW. the other occupant of meeting Spargo told some very interesting items thai happened at the confer- ence, and moss of all hew he en- joyed his trip to the' zoo where he speaker yourselves tr ley ap treasures in math dnsr doth cot trp for tit eartii Ssus heaven wiiere corrupt nnr steaL- the car. was killed instantlv. SEEDING BARLEY WARNER. (HKS) A num- ber of farmers have commenced seeding this week, mostly barley being sown, but seeding will be general by Easter. Wind continues quite strong, but there seems to be plenty of moisture. INTERVIEW VETERANS BURDETT. Tuesday, April 16, officials of the D.V.A. were in attendance at Burdett to interview veterans who had prob- lems to submit. A number of men Mrs. Edith Connor as hostess, was i questions .___.___-_______ held in the schoolhouse April 11. conzratulated the local club os There were 21 members and two fob thev were doing in the visitors present. Mrs. Smith presided. Roll call was answered from Foremost and Grassy useful hint and one new member was enrolled. The May roll call will be answered with a tribute to Mother's Day. Boutins business was taken care of. and working mater- ial received during the month was distributed among the members. Two members received birthday gifts from their mystery pals. The service. The next visit will be on Wednescav, May 1 at p-m. Tfae visits of these officials are much appreciated as in many cases it means avoidance of long and expensive journeys to Calgary. AFFILIATION SERVICE SPRING hostess. tess served refreshments. The next meeting will be heiil in the schoolhouse. May S. when the club members will have as their special guests the brides in the dis- field i Allen Hrickson told of rise life cf outdoor I