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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24.1946 a psychological effect on- citizens a there be less "grumbling w fTVJ I cation or the city hall would DnUjkjk IvMMVAvrAtMAtlf 1 O0 DiOAll VTinS la nsvcholosical effect oa citizens i roDce Keport notes improvement Ixason Trophy In Traffic Situation In Lethbridge A great faaprovKsest daring tie is baring siasr satis- past year la the tisfSc ra r" city noted in a repon by dav evening traffic here. Tbe report received and tabled until the next- meeting of the council in order that alicmc-n migh: hare sn op- portunity to farther study the mat- ters contained in the cemmurica- tkm. Seferrins: to a letter received Sy the man mittee Chamber of _____ Mr. Deacon suggested a lurJtaticn Not Cheering _ cles ana Highway Traffic ACv Quires the operator ot a mator hide to co--n to hoar arasticaHv curtailed deliveries of to stockyards is reflected in the faces of local butchers who are Set worried about the beef outlook. the pack- ers are taking our one bis morning." but thev are not Moreover. lamb meats cut of the picture, state I local dealers. j sresent there Is JIttle variety! i. Ibu- the pubhc is stii! being served; jar when approaching an j_.e.- continue section, wner> toe operator has no-, ex_ a clear view of apprcacnins traf-1 commented a I butcher.1" In tie's: of the fact ihsi mast the cirr schools in blocks bounded streets where ed to slow down. ct that this CJV-C TORONTO. April {sudden Sloan, an IS-year- oici whose hockey magic I has produced 132 scoring points in i 42 games tnis season, was an- l Memorial Trophy. i The chunky. 155-posincl. forward i from FaJ'txaDindse, Ont.. who only 1 Monday mant scored fi've goals a> his St. Michael's College of Toronto defeated Winnipeg Monarchs 7-4 on a Canadian Jimior championship series, was selected in a poll o: hockey -Enters as wiener o? the award for sportsmanship and out- standing The trophy, donated by the Tor- onto _ Globe and Mail, is in memory who starred centre with Oshawa Juniors and killed in action overseas in Open to Ontario Hockey Association Junior -A" it was swarded last las; season to Doug McMurcy, a Winnipeg Sad wi-o plsjed with St. Catharines. THREE POINT (Coniinued from Page SevenJ _ _____ _____ __ beUsf that no bylavv should be pass- j favored oositios is the fact that this civic centre." the city half should ed limiting the speed to 15 cries per j nrovmce a sumlus of beef and Cot be se" atrav in "a corner but boor in any zone. The Vehicles and Traffic Act also requires the op- erator of a motor vehicle to yield the risht-of-way to a pe- destrian crossing the roadway upon or within any crossing at an intersection, he noted. "With respect; to another sugges- tion that s organized. asserted in his the council iha; he had macs a survey of traffic conditions in the city more a year sgo. follovrlng he impressed upon school au- thorities the" necessity of instraci- leg children !n the proper in. thev should cross streets. A decided improvement resulted. School authorities have been con- tacted on the same subject since -Thar time, and, in addition, a con- stable has occasionally visited the schools to assure that the children acting upon the instruction re- ceived. Supervise School Crossings The motorcycle policeman who Into service March 15 noT rairpg one school a cav and visits i the intersections -where the school! children are crossing. Chief Con-" stable Harvey stated in his letter. Should it become necessary, con- sideraiioa trill be given to organiz- ing school patrols, he said, at the same time declaring himself not in favor of children anempnng to con- trol traffic. It should be done by a senior pupil or a school teacher. Chief Constable Harvev esprsss- ed the belief that "sudden splurges" of traffic- enforcement are nos effec- tual, and said thai he iras satisfied "that the present; policy of de- partmen; in regard 10 the traffic normally ships large quantities both 1 should be placed m a prominent east, anc -arest. Enter Baseball HaU of Fame TOHS. April 24 former bis league stars were place, and he urged that it, be set back about 150 feet from Fourth Avenue "on Tenth Street. Eis xie-HTs were shared by Alder- man Castles, who declared: "The opinion today is that ths city hall should be in the centre." Mr. Meech explained that; the lo- SUM HFIIII IP j if n was close to the retail area so s Uiev couid pav their light and i-water biis while shopping without 1 going too much out o: their way. 1 After much discussion Mayor "'Shackleforc presen'ec the commit- tee with a motion locating the city Shall is. tne northwest comer and leaving soace earniarked in the northeast'corner tor a new library building and the motion u-as Silp- portec bv all except Alderman Castles, IVlr. Watson and Mr. Xic- Kiilop. Alcerman Castles felt that a site shoiUd be reserved for a. library in the civic centre after hearing the architect point teat the location of the cit> hail must be determined i by ishat other buildings were pJan- ined. this bems necesssrj- to retain proser balance. Only One Opponent Most of the discussion came over "the suiuimmg poo! bat after the air had been cleared only Mr. Mc- Killop opposed the following mo- 1 uon: "Are vou in favor of construct- ing the present design of open pod in the civic centre, prov.d-.ng dressing rooms can be re- I for use with other b'jild- (ings." 1 Mr. McSiliop wanted a closed >pocl. Outlining suggestions made by the Sicks' memory! fund committee to meet the wishes of the public, Mr. eiolainefi that the committee had s'-iggested constructing a Sicks' memorial administration building from -arhich conic be extended other strictures. The administration building u-as suggested as a rsro- storev structure coaiaining offices, iuulitv services and a set of ojress- ling rooms -arhich could be used for CaD For Tenders Construction Of St. Mary Reservoir Tunnels LARGE-SCALE FARMERS HOLDING WHEAT STOCKS individual stocks of irheat are being irtthheld from mar- ket by a number ol Jarge-scale federal department of Tne second tunnel tnU be con- j forced upwards ia the coining Prairie Rehabilitation Act. jstructed at an elevation ol about months. The renders zesst be received feet above the civersion, tunnel j These George Spence at Regma. director j and will be horseshoe shape, 17 j from to over 50 000 bushels of i bv noon of Mav 20. feet in finished diameter and SD- I murfi c? yhich -3T9A: harvest- individual stocks range rh Tras harvest- 1942. recent chance in i gation tunnel, both to be built on into the irrigation system from the j fanner income plan was the south side of the St. Mary river reservoir nhicli v.-ali be f erased by signed to at tfee data site north-Brest of Spring the dam. Coulee. The diversion t'JLnnel be a 5 Both funnels be concrete circular section 20 feet in finisheds lined. promote deliveries of wheat held by farmers, large- scale fanners with heavy stocks of wheat their hands con- tend that the trhamce "did not {o far enough." To give farmers some relief from j tax. an arrangement. as desired, an artificial ice skating j POOL rink could be bailt, on one side of j It pointed put that sufficient i the swimming pool and a structure j money Is available for an open i housing artificial ice curling in the! pool and that if a closed pool was receipts in that year's income. Line elevator agents explain that I to Eaent to lanners iith small stocks] and ready to gamble that floor on the other." When the three necessarily have to be presented tn will so UD. Acaialiv we should j sports extensions were completed 1 taxpayers. the swimming poo! could be easily Each of the extensions covered. I would be served by the same tiress- leg rooms. Mr. Oland added. I Want Early Action I The commi i decided to to the swimming pc-ol Mr. McKillop felt that Ideas of completing a. building housing vari- of wheat on the farm and that de- f i livery of these can be expected M spring field work is completed. The objection of large-scale op- erators with heavy stocks of wheat on their farms, they explain. is that, the price to be paid for wheat marketed during this quar- ter-year period will be the present 5 price plus any further payment, pro- vided by wheat participation cer- tificates, rather than the price pre- vailing when farmers accep; cash i settlement. jr Gamble for Increase 'U "large-scale farmers with heavy sioeis of wheat feel that tlie enor- mous demaads for wheat f the Canadian price up and liiey are going to gamble for an increas- i. ed once." stated one elevator agent in a district where raueh wheat is I held. They don's ihink payinenia on wheat participation certificates will be as great as the price in- crease they anticipate." J One farmer with between _; and 18.009 bushels of wheat in his granaries contended that, "the price of our wheat simply is cot going to be held down to its present level and I'm ready to gamble that it will go up. Actualiv we should be getting 50 cents more per bushel cienspace left for outdoor sports wheat must be worth .__in "the civic centre. Mr. Eaimes ex- j much Ibas bJ' Ihe United oas sports under a single roof in J plained that no permanent build- States farmer. one year should not be entertained; ings jnav be constructed in the 1 Se added that his but rather a general plan should south half of the barracks square 1 of harvested in i940 and blocks contained J has been keeping well in good gran- acres for outdoor anes -ftnfi can stay there another McKiHop asked for as-' sports. year or two if need be." of the soecial committee on old- timers. EC Walsh of Chicago "Knite Sox. Clark: Griffith of Xevy York High- landers and Washington, Jack! landers Chssbro Washington, ighianders, Hube Waddell and Eddie Plank of Phils- i delphia Athletics and Joe (Iron) Man) McGinnity of New York] Txi Giants the were the" hurlers added to of the game's -immortals." Burket of Left fielder Jesse Cleveland and St _ the early davs of the centurv and Tom McCarthy, who patrolled right fieM for the Browns' four-nme winners from 1835 through 15S8 the outfielders samed. Don't Make This Mistake When Child Is Constipated Boe't cjaei -with jmHT-tMtnuc of insb. rathmracs. Give OTSTI This corrective for ymssprters' is to !o so tectir ana oor- intboct Tvfteuozd fssssssz child obiact to tbor ae. Ixxxtfre-txicisz time as? os ti? chHi msd GK CbSdro'i i iscxr Record Is Set _ April record in the 'eatherweiaiiE class was made by John Sinclair cf the Y-ilC-A- Club here when he made potaids In the "clean and it was learned today. The previous record was 200 pounds. Sinclair holds the Mani- toba featherweight class weighi-lift- ing title. Remember (By-The Canadian Press) Tdnv Canzoneri retained his lightweight; champion- ship st Chicago 15 years ago tonight with a third-round de- cision over Jack Berg, British challenger. Jz was Berg's first; defeat in 27 rounds, bat he later losi to Barney 2ossr a year before the latter won the welter title in 1933. COUPLE OF NEWCOMERS to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dersch, in Clares- holm. Thursday. April 18, a son, Douglas James August. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Bart litle, in Claresholm, Sunday, April 21, a daughter. END YOUR TIRE WORRIES TODAY! GENERAL'S GENERAL gives you long trouble-free mileage 885 736 960 902 825 815 825 623 874 703 830 859 795 last Night's Kesnlts Ladits At Cardinals 898 Canadians 842 Chanman 25S, Ward 200. Catelils 752 Suckers 797 T.iT-ir-'g 238, Onofry 211. Bobots 831 Commandos S75 Mossev 205, Withage 233. Greyhounds 811 Comets 885 Tocccli 194, Ball 198. Bombers 584 Shamrocks 725 Rossiter 212. Radars 8SO Spitnres 840 Turcorte 255. Grenadiers 720 Dodgers 964 Freel 224. M. Miller 2S7. Wings 756 1054 Superiors 789 751 Star 225, Long 236, Watkins 228. Irtisteries 782 855 Quints 962 840 George 223, Barton 233. "A" STANDING Teams W. Qmnss 12 2 Lustentes 10 4 Canadians 9 5 Grenadiers 9 Hacars 8 Superiors 8 Winss Bombers Cateili's Cardinals Cornmaados Spitfires Comets Hiss Misses 8 Robots.............. 4 Dodgers.............. 3 Diamond S............. 3 INDIES' Kitson Kids 809 Telephone Girls 711 Patching 224. Pin Ups 793 Whosits 655 Aunsdorf 250. Zeros 910 Jokers 693 Ninimons 205, Wilson 210. Anameos 643 Eagles 895 James 20S. Teams Jokers Zeros xSafeways xEagles Woolworths Anameos W. 13 11 9 Whosits 6 Telephone Girls 4 Every m3e yon travel on General Tires confirms their Top-Quality. For Generals deKver top-performance ererj mile, for more General's famous Silent-Grift tread gives yon long even jwear, quiet smooth Tanning, and safe sore stops. These tire essenrials-assitrepeace of mind to the wise car owner. Drive iv and see us now about new Generals jor your carl 747 524 673 745 739 38o 644 701 L. 1 3 3 5 7 8 8 iO Kitson Kids............ 3 II Pin-TJps............... 2 12 I Team high three I Team High i Individual high two i Wilson Individual high single Luchanssy Tonight's Games pjn. Pattisirnos vs. Bank of IMbnt- real. 2-3. Maple Leafs vs. The Pegs, 4-5. Barifc of Commerce vs. Gang Bast- ers. 7-8. Gazelles vs. T.B.D., Grads vs. Sockets, 1-6. Thnrsday's Games pan. Bankers vs. Kirk's Tire Shop. 77 Service Station vs. Sics's Brew- ery. Hook Signs T5. Benr Chevrolet. Arcade vs. T.C-A. p-in. Letftbrfcge Hotel vs. Catelli Fooa Products. Pyramid Motor Sales vs. Jeeps. Frueti's Studio vs. Bowlacrome. Mihalik's Grocery vs. Sks. m I or compfefe irupcctmi anrf repair serrkes DISTRIBUTED BT HOYT HARDWARE LTD. LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT DEALERS Commercial League Standing TIKE DEPOT Cardston FH3DNG MOTORS 5th St. and 5th Ave. S, Lethbridge HYDE AND SCXDAI. Fictme Bntte EEAVES GARAGE Glenwood A. H. FKAXKISH Foremost HESTES HARDWARE Bow Island IMPERIAL GARAGE Piucher Creek WARD'S GARAGE Stayely CHARLIE'S SERVICE Cardsfon HIGHWAT SERVICE Monarch 77 O5I.................... 27 Batons.................. 20 Gas 20 Bannersrsan r.Sorors...... i9 K 'Canada Fair.i......... 19 14 ixMike's Cafe 18 12 i Peacock and Kitsoa 17 J6 jColumbta C2ub......... 15 58 JKome and FitSeJd......... 15 18 15 18 Vendors................ 14 19 13 17 Pumj- Dairv............. 13 20 sEllisons................ 12 IS Advance Lumber Co....... 12 21 xSick's Enterprises 9 21 xDelayed games not plaved. Team high Oil, 3559. Team high 7380. Individual high Co- licnbus Club, 882. Individual high Co- lumbus Club, 411, L. 6 13] 33 CAN was is a world-wide sKortage ol sugar. Last year world sugar production twenty-five percent below 1939. Reasons for the decrease are: Destruction the sugar industries in Java and the Philippines. Shortages of labour and fertilizers in many sugar-producing countries. Last year's drought in the Caribbean area, especially Cuba. Damage to European sugar beet fields. World sugar supplies are pooled for the benefit of the United Nations. Canada, the United States and Great Britain are allotted an ecjual share of sugar according to population. Avail- able supplies must also be shared with other countries. TEN POUNDS OF CANNING SUGAR PER PERSON THs year's canning sugar allowance is ten pounds per same as last year. Instead of special canning sugar coupons, ten additional green "S" coupons are being made available for the purchase of canning sugar. S8 to S12 inclusive become valid on May 2nd; S17 to S21 inclusive on July 4th. Each, coupon is good for the purchase of one pound of sugar. The ten "S" coupons for canning sugar are In addition to the "S" coupons wHcn regularly become valid eaci month for the purchase of sugar and preserves. Those who do not wish to do home canning may the extra coupons to buy commercially packed, jams, jellies, canned fruit, etc. or sugar to supplement regular ration. The ten coupons for canning sugar need not Bsed immediately they become valid. You will be given ample notice of their expiry date. THESE ARE YOUR COUPONS FOR EXTRA SUGAR VACJD MAY 2 Any valid "S" Coupon, LncIadLng those shown here; may be wed to purchase sugar for canning, or the amount stated below of preserres. The green "S" coupons S8 to S12 and S17 to S21 are in addition to the "S" coupons which regularly become valid each month for the purchase of sugar and preserves. They are being validated to make available enough sugar for home canning or for other household uses. VALID JULY 4 'S" COUPON CALENDAR ALTERNATIVE VALUE OF ALL "S" COUPONS T OR IMMCy OR 40 fl. Mtil iMy er May 31; OR OK UnrfedftMt, AMOUNT OF SUGAR USED IN CANNING Each housewife may use her canning sugar to fit the needs of her particular household. A common method is to allow 3-3 Ib. sugar for each quart sealer of canned fruit; and 1 Ibs. sugar for each quart of jam or jelly. SUGARLESS METHOD OF CANNING FRUIT Many home economists recommend the sugarless method of canning fruit. Sugar can be added during the as the fruit is used. If you have not a copy already, write the Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, for "Wartime Canning" pamphlet. THE WARTIME PRICES AND TRADE BOARD SV6AK SPAPFRf ;