Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1948 Increase In Priority Orders Further Restricts Building Material Building materials have cot been "frozen" but the volume available for general distribution has been sharply restricted in recent by a heavy increase In priority or- ders which must be given first con- sideration, according to local offi- cials of the building trade. They explain that high priorities for materials are held by contrac- tors building homes for -veterans and for Wartime Housing. Priori- ties are also given individual ser- vicemen building their own homes. Officials explain that the increase In prioritv orders has affected sup- ply of all building materials, mak- ing those which have been in short supply earlier virtually unobtain- able for general sale. DEADLINE NEARING FOR FILING INCOME TAX RETURNS With less than a week In which to file income tax returns, the pub- lic have been beaun? a path to the door of the income tas post- office building ever since the first of the year, though there hasn't teen the early rush that took place last year to make sure the forms safely placed in the hands of Finance Minister represen- tatives. The average rcore certain of THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN, TO SPEAK HERE is becoming himself." com- mented F. A. Roberts, assistant in- spector of Income tax at Lethbridge today, "he isn't hurrying because lie understands better than he did a few years ago how to fill out his income tax form. This year the influx didn't get started till early in March." Through the year the office is called upon ig give advice i bounds. on income matters to thousands cf i men and ivoraen, and there is scarcely an hour in the day when someone is not having his finan- cial problems treated by_ some mem- ber of the staff. It is a matter for gratification to the Lethbndge staff that mem- bers 01 local unions are having little difficulty mainng the proper entries in their sheets. The ex- planation seems to be secre- taries of these bpdies have been active in educating employees along these lines. Although the local of- fice had a great deal of trouble explaining the set-ap of the new income tax laws introduced -i-iring the war. income tax on the pan. of the nubiic is FO- keep- ing its work within reasonable Mystified by First Balloon It's Amazing What the Wind Carries to the Man With the Rake A CITY resident, has a hedge, a veritable catch-all for trash. Whenever he feels taking some exercise he goes CUE in the evening and commences to rake up the collection of paper he finds "there. He is never dis- is always enough to keen him-busy. This spring he has already had three bonfires, all fueled bv reading matter raked up from the base of the hedge. He expects to have many more. jChe wind keeps bringing him missives of different kinds from the neighbors. It can keep no secret apparently. Once it brought him page ten of a letter written by a in the services overseas and the message was that the writer had found her true love at one far superior to her husband, who presumably was addressed in (Use letter. Not only personal let- ters but old newspapers, out-dated business communications including ducners. circulars and receipts, also Christmas cards and telegrams re- ceive a lodging, place under this hedge. "How can people -fee about their personal the man with the rake wonders some times, as he stoops to pick up an- other interesting "titbit of informa- tion gleaned by the wind. Cutworms Appearing T T Farmers Warned of Risks in Stubbling-In Crops Pale western cutworm is making lis aDpearance in parts of southern Alberta, entomologists of the Leth- bridge laboratorv told the Herald Thursday, and as a result farm- ers are warned they are taking a chance in stubbling-in grain crops At the Theatres Complete shows: "San "Sporting "The Enchanted complete show at "Brewster's "Riverboat Lips Radiant as Glowing Embers STAHTIIHO NEW COIOKS Boriaf Difficult' Cbuse shisaery rioncra. IisatsIikefaenuaKesibeti- aod indHibtliiy the fot tune ndmcd color MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331-5th St. S. Phone 22H5 414-13ih St N. Phone 1445 It is easy to borrow on security of your house. Ask us. Bowman Agency Insurance, Real Estate, Rentals in those areas. The affected parts are areas bicli were dry last year, especial- ly east of Grassy Lake, and in the Maeleod Orton Pearce disirict- Cutworrss are very likely to make their appearance ia aay crops sown on last year's srufable in those areas. There is unlikely to any cut- ironn damage of consequence in the sugar beet fields, it was said. Of course, whether or not cut- cause damage in grain fields will largely be decided by the wea- ther. If there are good rains in May and June damage will not be heaw. If it is dry the trouble may be serious. Kb other pests have yet mace their appearance. Lloydminster Well I-JIrAlv CgffL- y Down 75 Barrels The Lloydminster oil the first flowing oil -well in Saskat- chewan's oil expecced to settle down to around is barrels of oil a day. The -nrell did 108 bar- rels a day on the pump during its first four days on regular produc- tion. The oil is a, blacfc crude, but the gravity is not at the moment available. Meanwhile-at the Royaliie De Winton -well, a third attempt at a drill-stem test of porosity in the brown, sands has failed. Sho-wings of oil at the well were reported recent- ly at about feet in the Dal- housie sands. In the area just south of Turner Valley Cooperative Refineries of Regina is testing slight porosity near the top of the Madison lime- stone at its No. 1 -weD. Imperial-Lethbridge No. 2 was last reoorted drilling at 5320 feet the Irvine-Province -well of Standard of California, is reported at 3004 feet snd driaing. Initial production at Conrad-Province No. 57-33B was 42 barrels a day. The well is on the -Dump. The McLeod-Del Boaita No. 1 veil is reported cementing stocfe at 4950 feet. In the "West Taber field Taber- Frovince No. 65-15A is drilling at 1250 feet. This is being cut down by the California Standard and was spudded Apnl 3. .APPOINTED NOTARIES Alan Joseph Cuilen of Lethbridge and Charles Vincent Bennett of Claresholm have been appointed notaries public, according to the Alberta Gazette, DK. WAITER H. JOHNS Of the University of Alberta. Bd- montcrr, will be the guest speaker j of the rethbridge Brancn. United Nations Society of Canada, at a. meeting open "to the public at the Marquis hotel this Friday evening. Dr. John's subject will be "The United Nations Plan for Peace." All interested are invited to hear this timely address. Hope To Improve Weather Service Weather !s a topic that Is on everyone's lips, especially in the ag- ricultural plains region of Canac-a. and the Dominion meteorological, services are hopeful that. Random Rhymes CHRIS CASUAL In April? Y? Well, that's rery. very race UruU you do a ekwble take And goggle at ifce price. They look so red and luscious In diminutive containers. All ready for a journey DOTSTI oar alimentary drainers. But remarking they're expensire Isn'i telling any whoppers. JVw il It's cos like eating gold It's eating lots of coppers. LARGE CONTINGENT OF REPATS EN ROUTE HOME Kfty-elght aray personnel, ia- cludinz lour members of tile C.W. A.C.. are azaosg 17 officers 424 other ranks of the Canadian army from Alberta Trho docked at Hali- fax aboard the de France cenily. They are expesxed to ar- Granted Naturalization holm; fjt. X. CpL B. A. Ot-ari, Rfmn. J. G. Cfefcw, Hat; Rfmn. W. Pccsik. Medicine Hat; Rfmn. C. Pros, Taber; Gnr. G. C. Ringjand. Lethbitcige} Sgmn. R. L. Shepperd, High River; Rfmn. G. rive In Calgary via ipecial C.P.R- Sirovyak, Lethbridge; Rfma. D. J. train Friday eveateg. headquarters Stanley, Medicine Hat. of MJD. No. 13 in Calgary announc- f car j v Stadnieke RedcUS; ed today C. J. Ttimbull, Medicine Hat; Esact tsne of tsesr arrival Bfmn. R. Teters Claresholra; be released through press and' Rfznn. P. J. Tarechek, Coaldale; radio, but a', the present tinie is is, j. 4. Tarser. Pemie, B.C.; believed that personnel coaosn? to c S. Vogel. Medicine Hat; this datnc; -ssiH arrive in Leth- GJJ.- a." vorra Mecicisa Hat- Rfma. bridge aboard the evening train j 3. Wancba. Taber- CpL V. Array Photo; Herald Engraving. Completely liidden. little Ofcina is about to get quite a "bang" out of his firs; balloon. Waiting for the toy to burst are his mother. Nokina. and his father. Kanayuk; Lieut. Jim Croal. R.C-S'.R.. cf Port Hope. Ont., naval observer -Kith. Exercise Muskox and Constable O. W. Johannsen. Taber. Alta., of the R.C.M.P. The group is in the kitchen of the R.C.MJP. barracks overlooking Cambridge Bay. X.W.T., the expedition spent a few days. from Mediae Hat on Friday. wegaer. Pendant Hfma. mil I are the names of the! R, L wiest. SSchant; Hfma. 3. C. nlanV l.rOnTAfl Le-Oibridge. ITldny Uldfliea to this district iricZudet Sgr. 3. G. Royle. Lethbridge; Sgt. I. Watson, der; CpL J. S. bridge; Spr. J. Brown. i Rfmn. W. Baumbach, Medicine rtt A T V1V DnDDrkW Certificates naturalization have] Rfnm. R. Q. Bergiund, JlAi OlAi DUlvKUW been granted to tfce foUoiiving rea-, Rf-jj... w. Brunner, nnn r.AA rTklS of southern Alberta and j pje ccderre.Medicine Hat. j FOR SCHOOL CpL S. Comstock. Rfmn. R. G. Crews, Suffielc; Gnr.! Notice !s given in the latest A. B. Lethbridge: Staff of the Alberta Gazette that the Prank Bauer of Magrath, Henry j T. R, Clellaad CO CSaes and Marie J. J. Claes of Cole- D man. Sizabeih Kravchuk Dubinka g p Natal. August Engeiroann southeastern British Columbia, ac- j cording to notices published in latest issue of the Canada Local Apiarists Get Supplies CALIFORNIA UNABLE TO SUPPLY ALL ALBERTA'S DEMAND FOR BEES Mary Elizabeth Kcgeimann of MedJ- cine'Hat, Phoebe Longstroth a-ans of Raymond. Michelo loiio of Beiievue, Pontus JuJicson and Selsaa Johnson of Lethbndge. Frances of Leth- bridge, Leonard Pfeiffer of Clares- holm, Adolf Podrasicy and Mary Podrasfey cf Michel. Lucery Poenui- ta or xiedicine Hat. j Grace Smit of Maeleod. William Triika and Rose Trisko of Leth- I bridge, Barba Vegh of Lethbridge, EDMONTON, April G. that of securins sufficient sugar to j Anton Zufka of Coleman. to the they tan feed .-----_ rTIIIlaH f are unaaie to meet me record ceavj was me view expressed w demand of Aiberta beekeepers this the Herald on Thursaay by Andrew J spring About 50 000 packages of Thomson, assistant controller of tne hpine- chinnpci ro Thomson, assis meteorological deoartment, Toron- to, who -Bras in the city on a coast- to-coast inspection trip follovnng the setting UD of the new forecast- ing and service recently. Mr. Thomson had been to the coast and Edmonton and is leaving for the east tonight. We are still a long u-ay from giving as complete a forecasting ser- vice as 'We 'would like, but ure are on said Mr. Thomson. It is all a matter of sta3, he said. Of course, aviation makes the most demands on the forecaster but other industries in Canada are looking more and more to the branch for help. While here Mr. Thomson uras Darticularlr interested in the "chinook belt." which poses special problems for forecasters and the "weather sharks" generally. California bees are being shipped to Alberta, he said, but another or 15.000 packages would be re- quired if tne demand was to be met. Bee shipments also are being re- ceived in the province from Ala- bama. Mississippi and Missouri. Lethbridge district apiarists seen bv the Herald state that the short- age of package bees applies chiefly in the north. In the south the situation is abou; normal with bees arriving in good condition. Normal- ly about packages of bees are imported bv Southern Alberta bee- keeoers but this year, with sugar short, far more are being brought in, many farmers turning to bees as a means of increasing their sup- ply of sweetening for home use. However, there is one problem CITY POLICE WARNING Citr uolice issued a -warning for motorists today, calling attention. to a bylaw -which in effect prohibits morcrists from making a left hand turn when driving into or out of a lane and from driving directly across a street to go from one lane into another. The bvlaw reads: "A vehicle intending to cross from the right hand side of a high- way to the left hand side thereof shall proceed to an intersection other than a lane intersection and shall pass around the centre of the intersection so as to proceed on the right hand side of the highwas' to its destination, except in cases where u.ifcurn. is proriiuitcu." WHY TAKE A CHANCE? With poor light, when, -we can equip your car with Sealed Beam lighting quickly and inexpensively MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers RANCHING COMPANY Incorporation of a Southern Al- berta company as a limited com- pany is announced in the Alberta Gazette. This is the Red Creek Eanching Company, Limited, with offices at Coutts. BANK CLEARINGS This week Last year LETHBRIDGE RIFLE AND REVOLVER CLUB D AT THE Y.M.C.A. Friday, April 26 8 P-M. 3Iembers and Guests 31.00 per conple ORCHESTRA, SING-SONG, REFRESHMENTS "Better Circulation Means Better Health" Swedish Massage ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS Relief for backache, neuritis, arthritis, kidney trouble and Inter-muscular pain. G. McKECHNIE 215 Sherlock Phone 4595 LETHBRIDGE REPAT Potato Growers We are interested in marketing your POTATOES this fall. Come in and see us regarding a deal. Plunkett Savage Lethbrldjre Phone Army Photo. Engraving-. GXR. S. VARGAS Of- who landed at Halifax on April 20 from overseas. He amved with other repats on the troopship Lady Rodney. ATTENTION! ARMY AND NAVY VETS KIDDIES TREAT 4.30 to 6 p.m. Pictures and LADIES' NIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK PICTURES, DANCE AND REFRESHMENTS FRIDAY, APRIL 26th IN THE CLUB ROOMS VENEER PLYWOODS POPLAR FIR clear smooth face. Ideal for cabinet doors, etc. S" thick, 4'x8' sheets. 5-ply. Per ft. 25c SH" thick, 4'x6'-S' sheets, o A 7-ply. Per BIRCH One good face. thick, sheets. o 3-ply. Per ft. i-s" thick. 5'i5' sheets. 3-ply. Fer 1 VAe foot '-C MAHOGANY One good face. U" thick, sheets. 3-ply. Per ft........... COTTONWOOD Rough sur- faces. thick, odd size sheets! 3-ply. Per ft......, 12c PHONE 2384 ATLAS LUMBER COMPANY LIB. 1602 THIRD AVE. SOUTH CHANGE OF NAME Violet Baer of Lethbridge. Clara Barva of Lethbridge. WUlard Rich- ard Bennett and Mabel McOmber Bennett of Cardston, Pienna B5as of B-Iairmore. Sophie Dues of Leth- bridge livestock dealer, has applied; vs Anr-ie to the provincial secretary to have t 3Sa the surname of himself and las vnfe. i r" Mrs. Lotue Kuperstein. changed to Cooper. rel Ed-srin Olsen and Alta Cheney Olsen of Bearer, Joseph Orban of Bamwell, Joseph Samoly of Picture Federal government oronsion 000.000 to assist in es- j Carl Skretting and Sofia Ssret- tablisfanient of agricultural schools ting of Enchant. Katie Soroff of was asked in a resolution passed i Coleman. Jonas Untinen and Selma by the trustees' and ratepayers' sec- Sofia TTntinen of Carmangay. aon of the Ontario Educational As- Tereza (Terezia) Vlk of Barnwen, 1 sociation in convenUon. 'John Wesko of Lethbndge. _ jue-iiKiugc, v. I board of public utility commission- Lethbndge- ers has authorized the Medicine Has Lethbridge; Cpl. M.'school board to borrow for 1 the purpose of adding to. extend- ing and improvuig me Alexandra, high school building. The addi- tion to the school is :o be of back, hollow and concrete construc- tion. 3dsm. G. A- Cough. Medicine" Hat: Sgnin. A- A. Hubhard. Lethbridge: Bdr. P. E. Eur.t, Lejfa- bndge: Gnr. A- Hericger. Medicine Hat; Gnr. A. High River: Spr. J. Ivan. Bellevue. M. R. Ingoldsby, Lethbndge. Sgam. J. J. Jensen. Picture Butta; j Rfmrt. J. Kopp. Medicine Hat; Gnr.! C. L. Kraft. Medicine Hat; M. j VT. Lemley. High River; W. B. McCartr. Vauxhall; Pie. J. X. Morsa. Taber; Gnr. S. S. MartUr.en, Lethbridge; Set. R. S. Mills. Clares- RADIO SERVICE We have complete data on YOUR set. which saves us time and you money. WKENZIf ITB. PAINT UP C.I.L. PAINTS, VARNISHES, ENAMEU5 Morris Barrett HARDWARE Values of building properties, household ettv. have in- creased considerably. recom- mend that TOC review the amount of insurance you carrying. Be Wise-Insure With Ives FUR STORAGE ILLUSTRATION ONE OF OUR COLD STORAGE VAULTS GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATED r iv; T 'VJ-1 OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION A- VAULTS COCATRO When your fur coat Is stored at the Lethbridge Furrier's every possible attention is given to your coat at this up-to-date fur storage plant, from moth treatment before the coat is placed in the vault, to scientifically controlled temperatures every minute during the long hot summer months. You can take no chances with your Fur coat. Chemical treatment alone, without refrigeration, is not enough. If re- frigeration was not necessary none of the large Fur Storage concerns would go to the tremendous ex- pense of having refrigeration installed in their vaults. KNOW where your Fur coat is kept. Visit the vaults at Lethbridge Furriers, if you so desire, and see them for yourself. At no time of the day is your coat unprotected, for Lethbridge Furriers are on the premises 24 hours a day. Fur- trimmed or plain cloth coats can also be stored as long as there is storage space available. The cost is low Phone 2209 for free pick-up service. LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS 514 Third Avenue South Next to Consumers Hardware NEWSPAPER!