Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Moose Jaw Saskatoon i ar..- Ssrc all Si. Vancouver Weather syn issued a THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL Thos. H. Caudwefl Retiring May 31 Thomas H. manager, j tiie Letixbndge branch oi Jaaias Heavy May Rains -i- -i- From Drumheller Comet "KJX'S" Long Range Weather Forecast Haul out vour raincoat and keep cave mucb the same weather as we H handy! IMS." _.. t. under the company's pension plan predictions on the i -wds principle that weather m southern j experl hoUday to Lethbridge! resident "wrote Irom his home sn j heavy May raia." be conduces in Kwj as manager oJ Western j Drumheller thai "we should jsowilus Grocers here. He had been with' cosnoasv previously in Wianl- peg. Moose Jaw and NeSsoo. In 1925 .OS i he retired Iroai she company and J2S eacered the investment biisiness. On i Nov. 1. he opened the Leih- bridge branch or James Richardson ____________ today HV Dominion public wesiher 01- Sunday. Synoosis a; and clear sides are ever sasce. During wsr years Mr. Caufl- weli -was active in Vsctory Loan fmancmg for the National War committee, takicg part, in Beware Of Ticks Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever NOW Active, Manson Warns a lever can be contracted In this T Gets Grant For Rehabilitation Gratification. and appreciation. I marked announcement at Fridsv! Eight's meeting of the LcOibriege! Y.M.C.A, board that a substantial! sum. of monev had been granted the local by Xa'.ioaal War Ser- j vices lor building rehabilitation pur- poses. The grant is raasie in view! of splenfiKi work the Leshbridge Y" did during the war for service j personnel. The word catne in a.; letter from C. A. Schell of the na- iional council. Tomato. Just fcow: the be applied has yet j to be determined. Dr. H. -A. Arnold was la the chair and reports submitted to the board indicated expanding activities of the i association with more of the service men retiming to YJiCA. leader- ship. EL C. H. Daws renorted the "Y" in sound financial condition wiih funds available for essential improvements and services. The summer membership campaign is getting undersray and me summer swimming and life-saving program be continued this year. Some DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT and every Wednesday and Saturday Night MUSIC BY DOW'S RHYTHMERS f colder tisn o1 aressme systeat tfaiaa feitfl Scholarship i tue Saskatchewan by Sunday morn- i 1 ._-. J- _fcff. Cloudiness is expected to A in souiiem portions iijEh Columbia coass and will give i increasrrg cloud in tie Peace River 1 -eron loclav which will spread to the Sdmoaton region tonight anc f on the Socky Mountain Spotted Fever tick, follows: Spotted fever ticks. which are resens in snany parts of Southern I To remove a feeding tick, if clean tweezers are not available, wrap piece of paoer around it and pull it off with "the fingers being care- ful to puU straight back. In this war there is less danger of the sacking mouth-parts breaking off. When the tick been removed. sA co lestve the atltiSlo hoars knlifroWo 1 r. Fifteen names of Alberta studenis are included in the hst of schoiar- expec.tc; announced today by the Xauonai Research Council when la total of given, to 141 I students who graduated this year Forecast today and Sun- _ dav. litile change ia tempera- j from 21 Canadian and uni- tares. lour ijl-iM by j Medicine dear today ane Terslties. The students will do their scholarshio work at 15 different university" graduate schools across Canada. A hst of the successful students, Albena. are acuve Iodine or other good antiseptic and earlv sarsmcr. should be applied to the to nrecautions against uck bite should prevent secondary infection, be obsen-ed. possible, areas Vaccination against spotted fever of tall grass and low shubbery or is available. The maximum period underbrush should be avoided. For of protection is less than a year, those who frequent such but as ticks places i_ sented by George Mansoa on behalf of the board. 30 Leihbndge boys, st "was report- ed. are attending the Hi-Y confer- ence a: Edmonton. In connection with the world service of the "Y" it was announc- ed that Hartley Fowler of the na- tional council will be here Mar 10. During the meeting a presenta- tion was made to the presi- dent of the board. Frank WUkins. in appreciation of his valuable ser- vice to the association. The gift, a handsoaely framed picture of Cam- eron Falls. Waierton Park, was pre- DE-WEED The Selective Weed Killer 1 oz. canon makes three gallons solution and treats 1.200 sq. 4 OB. makes 12 gallons Jackson Druggists Phone 3364 ____ a careful examination of the soring and early sunjnier. an- every pars of the body and cloth- j n'-sal "vaccinaton gives reasonable 4 Mrefca MOST sbsod sBrl suites on airs this and Sunday. in to the Gale Snaps Off Power Line Poles Lethbriflge today added to the ruptioa. of electricity service to some jotastnaers, sligbt damage ro roofs of an zmcotnted rni-ner of build- ings and lavers of See dus; which nad sified jiito hoioss and business premises. Desp54e the velocity of the gale reached 80 awles an hour at its only six power line poles were blown down, four of thes; m the ir- mo. Slocdsy, rt e om Wed- ali hours. SWiUOl s (ind Jtej, SSfeS, at Jtacofcssors, at s irSth Hue at proceed to rlih ttuc rtth ilue fW nliia; OJIIcer. search, includes: Fellowships at C. A.. Edntonton; Alberta; ilcGill; nhvsi- cal chemistry. Hollies, N. K. S., Calgary; Alberta; British Columbia; phvsical chemistrv. Leslie, J. D., Calgarr; British Columbia; McGill; phvsical chemisay. Thome, G. D., Edmonton; Alberta; ilcGill; chem- istrv. Studens as R. L-, Vemuiion; Alberta; McGill; physics. ____ _._. Robertson, A. A.. Eomonton; Al- rfesuits of jricay's gale to half a berta; McGill: physical chemistry, dozen brcfen. oowsr line poles, dis- J Steward, B. W.. Calgarv; Queen's; ----.------------physics. Tuck. N. G-'M, Lavoy, Alta_; Alberta; McGiE; physical chemistrv. Walker, O. J, Edmon- ton; Alberta; HcGUl; physical chemistrv. Bursaries ai G. W., Dewberry. Alta.; Alberta; Alberta; physical chemistry. Mayhood. J. E., Calgary; Alberta; Alberta.; physics. McConnell, W. C., Edmonton; Al- berta; Alberta; phvsical chemistry. rigated section. two in more settled part the city- loss of the poles In the Irri- gated" ares cut off eleccricitv In that section, "oat workmen were restoring service there Saturday moraing- Eerrice to another dozen consumers In tile city was disrupted by power lines snspinic but the damage was quickly repaired. 'Ccnrsared to what happened In other cddss as a resale of the hig'n wind, we have besn most fortunate here." explained City Manager J. T. Watson- No cismptlcHis were reported by the telegraph, system, in. soatbem Alberta snd lines of the Alberta GovemmenL Telephones in. this region also escaped damage. TO WELL Irvine Province No. 1 weH !s to be abandoned after to 3.- 373 feet. Tbe test reported 330.000 cubic feet of gas In ifedicine Hat sand at; 1.4CM) feet. ARRIVE AT HAUFAX Miller, B- 3t, Calgary; Alberta; Gill; physical chemistry. Nay. it A, Myrcam, Alta.; Alberta; Alberta; chemistry. Rimmer, JL. Calgary; Alberta; Alberta; chemistry. Breweries To Split Stock Among the 70 dependents of Canadian. Anny and Air Force personnel in Halifax on the "Letitia" rridav are included 12 from this citv and district. They E. A. Adam for 140-lSth St. Ijethbridge. and Sirs. J. Baird for 449- IStii St. N. Lethbridge: ifcs. E. S, Pachso, Diamond City; Mrs. S. P. Fooks and daueh- ter, Patricia, Medicine Mrs. B- J- Gunderson, Clares- holni; Mrs. C. E. Jeason and son, James, Mrs. A. R. Squarek, HUlcrest Slines; Sirs. E. B. Tuff, Pincher Creek; llrs. V. A. "WEley and son, Hayes, Cardston; Mrs. K. f. Banerk ff and son Kenneth, Clares- ijoun: Mrs. 3. E. Sdgar. Siadeod; Mrs. P. Meli- doces and son, James, Mecli- cice Eat. Sabdivisioii cf the capital stock of Sicks' Breweries Ltd. was decided OE at the a-nrmal meetiiig of t company in Calgary Friday. Each shareholder will receive four new shares for one old one. George Martin, Vancouver broker "was elected director to succeed the Charles E. Morris of Victoria Otherwise there was no change in the directorate or the executive of ficers. Sic5c of Seattle is chairman of the board, S. H. B. Ker of Vic- presifient; R. J. Cfeiswicfe o: Calgary, general manager; T. O Turner of Vancouver, secretary, and G. E. WMnnqre of Regina, Tice- presideni. Additional directors are A, G. Baalim, Letnbridge; H. R. Carson, Calgary; S. G. Hanson, Montreal; "William Button, Regina; J. C- Malone, Regina; P. L. Shouldice, Calgary; J. A. Swal- weU, Seattle: W. Dudley Ward, Cal- gary, and Martin I. K. Wilson of Calgary is comptroller. A 40-cent dividend was declared. ing should made at lease twice dailv. pets which are ex- posed should "also be examined fre- quentlv. The best cure Is prevention and exposure should be avoided. High boots or leggings over the trouser legs for those who work in Infested areas will be found to pre- Z many of the ticks from reach- the body. Ticks coTrmonly crawl j upward on the clothing and fre- I quendy reach the back of the neck even when protective clothing is j worn. It is customary for them :o move abous for some time on Jie clothing and body before start- ing to feed. Careful Inspection If a tick is infected with spotted fever it usually reouires an initial feeding period of several hours be- fore the infection is transmitted to the numaa. host. For this reason careful inspection after short pe- riods of exposure or twice daily, at nooa and on retiring, will largely avoid the danger of this disease. If a tick is found attached to the body it should be removed im- mediately. Crushing or handling ticks should be avoided as Boosted protection during this period. Electrolux Cleaners Sales Service Supplies Phone 44S1 12e4-3rd Are. 8. Electrolier (Canada) Limited HAIR CLIPPERS WHILE THEY LAST North Lethbridge Hardware US 13th Street N. Phone 4198 MR. A. N. KESSLER UNIVERSAL AGENCIES LIMITED Announces that MR. NORMAN COLLEY is now associated with the agency. Mr. Colley has been with the Dominion of Canada General Insurance Company in the west for the twelve years and is well experienced in all insurance lines, including life. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE LOANS 4, Oliver Block Phone 3153 TRACTOR TIRES 1350128 316 EtETEJfTH STREET S. THOXE 2007 1125x24 1275x28 1350x32 Trimbles for Tires DANCE-TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 13th St. and 7th Ave. X. AIR COSDITIOXE0 Cento ................356 Ladies ................25c DANCE EVERT SATGRDAY FOR QUICK, DEPENDABLE SERVICE PHONE 4566 FOR A CITY TAXI HEATED CARS 24-HOUR SERVICE YOU CAN GET A TAXI IN A FEW MINUTES BY DIALLING 4058 STEVE'S TAXI AND SODA FOUNTAIN NEXT BOOR TO BUS STATION 24-HOTJR SERVICE "Better Circulation Means Better Health" Swedish Massage ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS Belief for backache, netirUis, arthritis, kidney trouble and Inter-muscular pain. G. McKECHNIE 215 Sherlock Bldgr. Phone 4595 ironies Rollins Stock Mgr. Baiflie Says tral- tilte oeen lor tue Herald by (II gen- lines for he the trjp. 6d that his AJter inspectlr.g tfee system's op- erations here. Mr. Baillie -c-ent on to adedidne Hat. rUi -wttth (fee retsim tntn -use to cater ji.sars. scid until (Company's sharply A available nlH hiiae feonr the Crow's lines in Van- oil i of the vrln- despite the (a British mteiuged to he PASS FIELD LEADS COAL PRODUCTION Alberta's coal production i month amounted to tons, exceeding tte output for the pre- i ceding March by tons, ac- i cording to the last monthly report 1 issued by John Cravrford. chief in- Ispector of mines for the province. i The report reveals that under- j ground jnmes in southern Alberta, those n the Lethbr.dge and Crow's 'Kest Pass fie'.ds. produced tons more coal last month than in March, 1945. i Last mor.th's coal production for various southern fields follows, vrith figures for March, 1945, in brackets: Crow's Nest Pass. tons Lethbridge, Pincher, 24 Cham- pion, 327 Milk 25 iRedcIiff, 557 Brooks, 183 i Taber, 132 i The last two are fields -where i strip mines operated and these I closed down completely last month. Lethbridge Y.M.C.A. FIRST ANNUAL Minstrel Show May 2, 3, 4 Y.M.C.A. GYM "Come On Down South" With the Merry Minstrels In their happy program of songs, jokes, dances and choruses. Gather a party together or the family and enjoy a good latigh! TICKETS Children and .Undents: 25c Adults: S5c PROCEEDS FOR BOYS' AND GIRLS' SUMMER CAMP Sponsored by the Yonng People's So-Ed Council Grow A Peace "Garden" The World Needs More Food Now Than Ever Cabbage Plants, Cauliflower Plants Now Ready! Onion Plants j British Sovereign Strawberry Plants Vegetable Seeds Phone 2666 Frache's Flower Shop DAY NIGHT SERVICE All comfortably heated cars with careful drivers who think of your welfare first. WHEN YOU NEED A- TAXI, PHONE 2224 BILLS TAXI 210a FIFTH ST. S. BILL LAZARICK Proudly Presents "SOLITUDE" llelodies soft and mellow, touched magic and the illed Jfovatime Trio, rhrthni. The popular arrangements o assisted by Dicfc Brovrn, romantic tenor. EACH FRIDAY AT P.M. A presentation of the J. A. JARDINE TIRE SUPPLY, 402 1st Ave. S. "PLAN YOUR PLANTING" Inimitable music by Al Trace and His Silly Symphonlsts Good advice for every gardener and the "Mystery Vocalist" contest. Everyone wins A presentation of GEO. W. GREEN AND CO. LTD. 1405 2nd Ave. S. EACH TTJESDAT AT PJWL "DANGER, DEATH AT WORK" Another new program which will make careless motorists change their drivinj habits. "Safe Driving" Camnaign bronsfbt to von by the SEVENTY-SEVEN OIL COMPANY Each Friday at Going to 30 minutes on Slay "THE GAY CLASSICS" A program of the best in vocal music, performed by the world's finest artists Presented by THE MARQUIS MOTORS The home of personalized car service in Icthbridge, 3I3-7th St. Sonth _____ _____ 3IAT 5, AND EVERY SUNDAY THEREAFTER p.m. THE SPOTLITE SERVICE STATION Corner of 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. turns the turns the "SPOTLIGHT ON SONG" The Airlane Trio will nsher in each quarter hour of popular songs featuring the nation's too vocalists STARTS THIS SUNDAY. APRli 29, AND WEEKLY THEREAFTER p.m. Because some sections ft the country change to Daylight Savin? Time tomorrow, April 28th, we urge yon to eKeck closely CJOCs dailv program loc which appears on page 10. All times are MOUNTAIN STANDARD 1TME. 1060 KILOCYCLES SATURDAY, APRIL Fields On Move Furious G Sweeps Wi< and Southern Al- berta, also central and northern j sections the province, I swept bv furious winds and dust storms "Friday afternoon, the wind at lyetlibridje reaching a. maximum velocity of SO miles per hour. While some seeded and beet acreage mar hare been, btoun out bv the the of the field damage will not be known for some days. Many plowed fields were the mote. Skies were gray with dusc which sifted into houses and office build- ings during the afternoon. House- wives who had done therr spring house cleaning were dismayed as they faced the prospect of repeat- ing the job. Ut41e Beet Loss Likely Frank Taylor, of .Raymond, assist- ant manager of Canadian Sugar Factories. Ltd.. said the full story of the storm would not be known for a few days. However, he does KOS think extensive damage to planted bees fields occurred. "We may have had a few acres blown out" and some beets may been covered up. but f do not anticipate serious loss. Soil has not drifted badly this season in the irrigated sections in the Raymond district." said Mr. Taylor. Drifting was not aact at Raymond Friday. Winter wheat well rooted does not appear to have been hurt, said Mr. Taylor. A. E. Palmer, senior -officer in cnarge at ueiuortage experi- mental Station, said Friday's blow was bad but he did not think there would be much re- Mr. was out in the country much of Saiurdav checking on fields, lie said that on seeaed fields thai were moving, back in 1937, under conditions similar to those pre- vailing Friday, farmers neld their land by duck-foot culti- -We had a field on the station bandied this way that waj threatening before trlday's wind and it said 31r. Palmer. If fields blow out completely, said air. Palmer, they should be mold- board plowed beiore re-seeding. He said it would be extremely critical right now if another severe wind occurs as many fields are right on the verge of blowing, and some are moving. In Edmonton Area The Edmonton area was swept by winds that reached a velocity of 33 miles an hour with gusts 01 64 miles, but caused only minor dam- ages to the city and surrounding district. The winds, accompanied by black cloudy skies, disrupted electric light service in several parts of the city, ripped signs from their moorings and littered the streets with dust and paper. Lacombe was the hardest hit when the gales sweeping from the couth nit the district with a 50- mile-an-hour gale tearing telephone and telegraph poles to the ground, cutting off communications with the city for several hours. Repair men all cay returning service to areas cus off by the heavy winds. In Clive and Tees, east of la- combe, the winds toppled poles and the heavy duss gave the towns a black-out aspect. Falling trees and stray wires were reported in all areas around Bd- montor tullboai The Calgar; hour i telepho light ment v turning heavy ing -xii commu TAB for IE intiefus constrt. cept -a on wes power rupted, row pj drivers way tr Friday afternc dust st ilenien own st ed till recentl seed ii irrigati flung Taber i ung os. ings a A Aled Bit MEE W. E, broken a telep vesterc cliff, s Hat. satisfai WHl estima destroy west 3 vesterc tions fire f flames. Hsgh trical aay ni telegra of sev across The hailsio Fridi nearly unlay, winds noon i a velw On velocir betvree the af the pe miles l for tbi I The daj- w night registe Airli laved wind J norma Young Chinese Engine Irrigation Developmeni China nas two million acres of f land under irrigation and plans for further development of at least two million more acres which are de- and will be developed to Eiabiuze the food supply in that country, according 10 F. S. Quan, engineer from, the department of irrigation, ministry- of agriculture and forestry from Nanking, China. who is a Lethbridge visitor studying irrigation in this district. air. Quan is one of 900 Chinese Students who have been sent out to America to study various projects in the interests of rehabilitation in China. A native of that country, he was educated at. Sun Yat Sen where he awarded three scholarships. Coming to America a year ago. this 32-year- old engineer has been attending the University of California and study- ing irrigation projects which will be valuable to China and help mod- ernize methods there. During the war years he worked on bridge- building projects in China. Post- -car plans in that country include restoring communications and farms OPEN SUNDAY 7 to 9 Prin. MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331-5tb St. S. Phone 2205 414-13th St. N. Phone 3413 The ultimate in protection personal property floater policy. Bowman Agency Insurance. Real Estate. Rentals Sta to he! Quan. POTATO GROWERS We are buying NETTED GEMS CARLOADS OR TRUCKLOADS Plunkett Savage Phone 3584 KWSPAPLR NEWSPAPER!