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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBSJDGE HERALD I TUESDAY, APKIL I Peter understood it perfectly. So old airs. "Why don't joa do it, said she. Peier stamped a little harder than before O: it made a loader thusy. him." sa-a he "And tnct's declared little ii strange Rabbit Congratulated on Solo Flight >_v_ jou back." as the umped Peter. Weather MUESEXT CANTATA I Toe UXS choir presented the1, cantata, "Tee! ing lore" by Ira B. at Montreal evening service Suncav IE the Toronto TO csurch, T. X. Green and j Winsip-g 62 orchestra accompaniment Rcgma 61 Headers sere S. Beaga and Ernes.: iifoose Ja'S" 62 Jensen, uie con'icuiry being J Saskatoon ten ov xfansn Branclev. ing the Datic. vss heard :n an FOB FESTIVAL Semce cluo choruses are prac- tices lor the Musical Fes- tival "o in May TCP ser- vrce chib chors-s comoe-nticn :s al- z. popular feanjre at the fes- tival Precee.- Prmce Albert Elton victors Ssrift Current Medians Hai Lethhndge___ LIKES EXGLAXD Calgsrv Edmonton Vancouver........... Synopsis: Weather synopsis forecasts at 11 60 50 54 60 62 55 53 55 At 49 34 33 35 32 23 47 37 38 37 36 45 CESSCS STARTS JCXE 1 Dr. O. A. Lemieux of Ottawa. chief of the CCOM-S branch, is in the citv at the present tune a. at tlw Marquis hotel. He is instructing Southern Alberta census coramissioners. Actual taking of the prairie cen- sus will begin on Saturday, June 1. You have Ls'ened so th-e tele- graph. It doesn't do anythsag but make c-Ca-ng or tapping sounds nothing at all to one- doesn't to reads them, but to one does the> mean the one makes them n-a'ncs them to mean. It isi so uvh a Raooits taumping, thes sounds made by stamping with his! big lee: The meaning ail depends! on the waj as trtaich stamping! is You and I probably vrouid; --'DIES AT WEfDSOR Ales R. K.C.. died --'heart attack as Windsor. He uras; one of the oddest lasers In Wine- I te tor. Mr. Bart-ex iras an uncle of: 37 George Boss. Aden rancher. and official W.AJU WINS DECISION' today bv the Local officials of Western Airlines receivec n-ord tna: the CJS. ___________board award- it 5 30 ajsi toaay: A ;jas Attics-Denver route Dominion wiblic -aresther office a' save Edmonton, "vahd until midmgnt on' suprem Mrs Srelsen and their young scr: are living at Milk Hirer. GOODWILL EXTOT An envor of intematlons! good- Trill Is James T. Hamsoa of Malta, gees; stseaker at Khranis Club luncheon rocay, Tuesday The sccress marks -Canada gooc- ATTEND CONVENTION convention of the Al- By 10 today peak gusss a; Sd- monton reached 45 m pi. Lethbridge region: Variable sky today and Wednesday. Continuing at LeAbridge ton 40, hish Wednesday 62 Strong west: winds 20 m_p-h. beconuns moderate. Ten m.p.h- in north portion to- time. "Tou're afraid to come stamp- ed the stranger night. Medicine Hat sky today and Weanesday tmsiinz warm. Lon- as Medicir region- VariabZe Con- Hat berta Teachers' AssoeatMa beme J tonight 35, high nVecrsscay 63. ,5 ___ i. TTIHCS ID Tn.TVfl- held this week in !s at-j tracting numoers of Southern Al- berta school teachers W. Kea a member of the and Heg. Turner and John Wstson. delegates of the Letrsbridge local, are among tnose present. 'VARSITY FOR VETERAN'S Many es-servjcemen in the city and distncc be interested in statement mace ov the irin-sier of u Hon. Mr. Acsley, in an in Calgarv. He saia the of a temporary university in Canary for is beicg consicerec by the provmcrJ. gov- TO o.c. posrrrox G2bert Minorean, chief ptssesger agent of Airlines at Lethbridee, left by air dsirfng the weekend for Prestwlck, Scotland, fee has been transferred m fiie company's service. Mr. Mfcor- gan his been succeeded here by Its Brook, f bnaerly of Vancouver. TO SPOKANE MEET Eev. V. Elchenlaab. pastor of the English Luflseraa church of left Monday night; to attend a meeting of church, leaders la Spokane. Washington. Purpose of the meeting Is to launch, a cam- paign whereby each, cirarch, menioer it to contact If possible gain an. unchurched person in ais com- monity. "Baci! One, Keach One" be the slogan of this mission program. The meeting wiS be held at Pilgrim Lutheran churcli in Ppo- taae on AprQ 34 and 25. Mr. Hch- enlaub wiU return en Friday of this week. MEET WEDNESDAT There -srill be a meeting of an members the Bakers' and COB- Local Unon in the Trades and Labor Council hall on Wednesdav at ton. AH mem- bers are urgently reoiiested to at- tend. Gordon Cashing, secretary of the Alberta Federataoa, tdSi be there. JOINT MEETING E. C. Emmott, provincial super- intendent of the St. John Ambul- council for Alberta from EQ- znonton, and Mr. Owen of the "Workmen's Compensation Board, Edmonton, wiil be in Lethbnde Thursday to attend, a jomt meet- ing of iite local centre St. John Ambulance Association and the nursing John Ambul- ance Brigade, -vrMch is being held at 8 pjn. in the Red Cross rooms "Thursday night. Special films be shown on first aid and safety measures and the public is invited to attend. There trill be no charge or coEecrfon. Floors Cleaned and Waxed "Wlta new electric machines Color Brite Cleaners Phone 2369 SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invitee to meet representa- tives of oar coTTi-n.ttee at tee Y.M.C.A, any Thursday between the hours ol 8 and 9.30 pjn. Our committee -will be glad to help you In any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee Announcements Kiddies Treat. 4-30 to 6 pjn. Pic- tures and refreshments. Lscies at 8 o'clock. Pictures, da-zee and refreshments __ FBIDAY. APRIL 2gTH. ARMT AMJ XAVY T3TS. 1S16 Births Mr. Mrs. John C. Jones an- nounce the birth of a son, Ricnarfi John, oa Apnl 20th, at (Salt Hos- pital. 17S3 Mr. mud Mrs Dave B3rsman of Barons, announce the birth of a son. James Stanton, on April 18th, at Carmacgay Hospital. 1793 Deaths awav Jn the city on Monday, April 22nd, Michael WoBoscfeuk, aged 77 years, of 245-16th Si. N Eieh Mass will be celebrated in St. Patrick's church oa Thursdav morning at 10 o'clock. Interment fa. st Patrick's cemetery. and parishioners wDl meet for pravers at Martin Bros Chapel on. Wednesdav evening at 8 o'clock. Martin Bros, directors of funeral service. 1823 Meetings A. and X. Vets General Meeting: General Meeting A. and N Vets, v and Navy Club Rooms, Wea- aesday, April 24th at 8 Talking Feet Life isnt always as you see it; The verv onposite may be it. Mother Nature. Tve found out said Peter Rabbit to Mrs. Peter, He is nsrroK Hobert Livetc. president of Tfis- tries 18, United Mine Workers bis America. Calgan, was a visitor in the citv Monday Mr Livett came south to confer with officials of the! local vision U.M.W. of A. CO-OP PLANT CAMPAIGN 1 Lethbndge Co-oserative Packers j have begun a canvass of city busi- ness ana nrofessional TTPTI tn the sale of shares in the enterprise, anc report a svmpatheuc resoonse, with sales of shares running from to Locals Kotarr Secretary John "Wilroa. city passenger of been named new sec- retary cf the Rotary Club, succeed- ing George Cox. Wool Buyer C. V. Eiiot7. -Krool buyer from Peterborough. Onr., is a business visitor in the city. New 'Hat Company The Rvan Advertisiag Agencies, Lto, o: Mecicme Hac have been gazetted among the new Alberta companies. Briar-patch. "And by and by you probably Trill nrj oa; that you haven't found out anvthmg at all. Then you have found out little aayooGy really knows about retorted Mrs. Peter tartly. She -vras feeling oat of sorts. She always feels teat way Peter has been from the dear, safe long aurav Old Bnar- patch coking his -srobbly little nose into places wnere is had ao busi- ness to be. This time he had been out all night. "What aave you found she asked after a Mis Peter isn't -without curiosity herself. Bat waat i; was Peier had found out Mrs. Peter never learned for just then a strange Saobit ap- peared just outside the Bnar- patch. Peter promptly stamoed a warning. The stranger stooped and sat up. Prooably you and I wouldn't have understood that thumping of the ground by Peter's long, strong hind feet. To us the only meaning woulo have neen tfaa; there was a Kabbi; in the Briar- patch. To the strange Sabois it meant that and a lot more. It meant that lie had been seen ny the stamper and wasn'5 wanted in tne Old Briar-eaten. It was a warn- ing: It means "Keep outL Go away" The stranger considered tins. Then he did some stamping him- self He stamped hard and the re- sulting thumps were loud. It was had just returned to the dear Old a. challenge. It meant "Come out PHONE 3561 DASf OR NIGHT CHAPEL CHRISTENSEUBROS. PHONE 28O2 NOTICE Beny Cbevrolet-Oldsmobile Limited In accordance with the Service Station Operators' agreement, are pleased to araounce that effective at once and until Juns 8th to June 15th, the Hours of Sale For Gasoline at their Main Garage will be as follows: WEEK 7 to 7 p.m. Closed 7 p.m. to p.m. Open p.m. to midnight. 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Closed 10- a.m. to 6 p.m. Open 6 p.m .to midnight. GARAGE Week a.m. to midnight, a.m. to midnight. for sale of gasoline, week of June 9th to 15th: a.m. to midnight. Save this schedule for future reference. VENEER PLYWOODS POPLAR FIR clear smooth face. Ideal for cabinet doors, etc. thick, sheets. 5-ply. Per ft. 25c thicfc. 4'x6'-S' sheets 7-ply. Per ft......... 30c BIRCH One good face. thick, sheets. 3-ply. Per ft. thick, 5-xS1 siseets. 3-ply. Per loot 5IAHOGANT One good face. U" thick, 3'xo' sheets. <7n 3-plv. Per ft...........OUC Rough sur- faces V tlJic'i, odd size sheets. -f n 3-ply. Per PHONE 2384 ATLAS LUMBER COMPANY LTD. 160S THIRD AVE. SOOTH bare a lo; of trouble maJctng oar- selves understood if -ore tried tc TTITD our feet, ba; it is no; so u-ith Habbit arid his fraEds. Thev as i: were, almost tseir feet afraid to conie stamped the stranger. -Just try :o in here You'll, soon find DUE who is afraid." i stamped Petsr. stansped the stranger. "Coward yourself1" stamped Peter.' coa'c you make nim orovej lie is'" ilrs. Peter afked "It's a stamping; rratch. Does the loudest stamper cried Engraving. MacLzren. instructor for Kepler Aviation at Kenyoa Field. cosgraralating "Bob" local youth, who had just stepped from the Piper Cub training plane soloing, following five hours, 40 minutes of dual instruction. Blacky the Crow. Peter cion'c even look up. It is, doubtful if he heard- He tras too busv staniDing. he stamp- ed." "Fraidy stamped the other, and came rsro hops nearer the entrance to one of pri- vate little paths. At this Peter moved toward that particular little path. There, jus; inside the entrance, he stopped to stamp again. is my Briar- patch. You can't come in he stamped. -Who says stamped the other. "I do I" stamped Peter. "Try to stop stamped the stranger. "I can't until yoa try to come Peter stamped back. "Go oa and jeered Blacky the Cro-B-. "He's afraid stamped Peter. "He doesn't dare stamped the strange Habbit T -wonder which one Is right In Police Court at the Tuesday momms session of j the ci'j police court trate Metcalfe sat on the bench. George Edward Hall of, Lethbridge pleaded guilty to a.'. charge of supplying intoxicants to, an Indian woman and was fmec i and S3J50 costs. On a second charge of assaulticg a city police cocstaoie vho Mas. at- tempting to arrest him, accused re- I cened three months hard labor, j sentences to run consecutively if j fine for the first offence is not paid. Plea, of extenuating circumstances due to his condition of intoxication at the time of the atsault earned no weight with the magistrate. Geo. Unchulenko of Lethbridge, up on a. charge of unlawful posses- of liquor, laras to call seal "A as broken at he explained in a breaking voice, but.) Chief Constable Kaney pointed out that the seals on both the bottles ELECTRIC STEAM VAPORIZERS With l-oz. inhalant. Invaluable in steaming tLe fcidtues when suTfering Irooi croupy and coles. Jackson DRUGGISTS Phone halt on entering a highway Bert Chorney of Ijetnbridge was lined and costs. On a. second count of neglecting to get a license he was lined and 54 costs. for paying another pro- ceeding m the same direction oa a entitled to ges one back." said the magixrate. "out the doesn't think so. You can go and get another bottle, can's he remarked before imposing a fine of ?20 and costs. Alexander Sand of Lethbrldge re- ceiied and 56 costs for unlawful possession of liquor. Ernest Jacobson of Lethondge on the same charge -sras given and costs, as did Gil- bert S Irvine of Lerhbndge for the type of offence. William P. of Lethbridge pleaced guUtv to parking his car in a city lane and paid 51 and costs. Donald R. Campbell of Lethbridge for faJmg to have in his possession a driver's or chauffeur's license was fined and costs. For faitng to bring his car to a case of Albert E. Comelson of charged with unlawful f liquor, iras ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 1M MeFARLAND BLDG. Z96C. about that or if both thoughc Mrs. Peter. (Copyright, 1346, by T. Vf. The next story: Peter Stamps." DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA OTORS DEALERS driving and Summer driving arc two different things! Troubles that don't show up on short trips may suddenly catch up on you and cause inconvenient, costly and irritating delays on longer summer trips. Take no chances with your car or truck. Be sure i be safe let the General Motors Dealer1 give your vehicle a thorough Spring Let him wake up your car or truck for a summer of trusty, trouble-free, thrifty operation. See him today! GtftttAL MOTORS CM rYttP YOU.. THEY SERVICE ALL MAKES Of CARS AM TRUCKS Beny Ltd. 321 SEVENTH ST. S, 411 SEVENTH ST. S. Two Downtown Locations Phone 4055 For Service CHEVROLET- POHTI AC OLDS M OBILE BUICK CADILLAC CHEVROLET TRUCKS ;