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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN More RepaU Get Hearty Greeting iale le Area i as were the usual sign and j :d casualties. 55-mile-an-hour gale at which topped 70 miles an a Irequent gusts, disrupted ice, telegraph and electric ervice. Electric light depart- i-orkers struggled all day re- service to areas cut, off poles were snapped by the j Kind. Falling trees and touch- j res also were interfered with Locations, j Had at Taber field work any miles around here is i iteiy held up. all building iction in town likewise ex- rhere protected by buildings >t, south and east, light and service in parts of Taber dis- soil piled in highway bar- its and motorists and truck j fearing to make long high- ips, since a strong wind late forenoon developed in the into probably the wors; orm ever seen here since set- t began. And though dying joie since, the gale continu- j long after midnight. Soil y prepared for planting beet j i the western part of Taber I .on district was swept up and high to hang a gall over and for many miles east blot- tt the sun and making build- block away almost invisible. iicine Hat highway van was for a time east of here. iwn From Telephone Pole (ICINE HAT. April Clark, 33, a city lineman, isj ag from severe shock and a hand after being blown from j hone pole by high winds late! iay while working in Red- j even miles west of Medicine His condition, is reported as :tory. Fire Sweeps Range TEHALL. Mont.. April ind-driven flames swept an ted 6.400 acres of range and i red ranch buildings in south- i Montana's Jefferson Valley iay. The fire crossed 30 sec- af" land before 200 volunteer j liiio ighters could control the j three-quarters of a_ million dollars, j 88 At Nelson SON. B.CV, April rands accompanying an. elec- storm struct Nelson. Thurs- ight and Canadian, Pacific oh lines were cut when one! era! trees blown down fell j wires. i city was also hit by a- heavy nn Friday. Saturday Weather iv's terrific gale was" not so much, in evidence on Sat- Random Rhymes CHRIS I BUS. WHEAT THREE WEEKS Dorothy Dear, trees are all bursting with Greea. The house !s a mess, and there- fore. I guess. It's tisae to get everything Ciesn. She rolled 'up her sleeves. With a series of heaves She threw out every rug in the place. Sae set to with a Trill on eacn window and fill And dusted from ceiling to Encouraged by the farmer the end of plan asttKMimejw which enables bushels producers to defer cash settlement i 000 basnets Sn wheat marketed during the of last ZEo April-Hay-June period this year, of wheat and ous farmers oc the Lethbridge railway other grains- and on AprJ divisioa delivered a total of 455.000 oushels of -sraeat and 299.00O 000 buscess of wheat during the j bushels of other grains, lirst three weeks o' this month. j steadv movesziest of grain to the same three weeks, jcarket from hands is also Included the large party of repatriated service personnel who arrived in the city Friday night aboard the o'clock train from Medicine Hat are those pictured above. They are. from left to right, back Frank Brady. Nobleford; Sgt. Hilda Royld (CAV-A.CX Lethbridge. and Dorchak. Lethbridge; front Roy Photo; Herald Engraving. Vflssi. Knchant; CQMS. D. !L. Davis. Ijethbridge; Pts. Basil Wright, Lethbridge, and Cpl. Sid F. Dee. also of this city. One of tlje last 01 the group of "repats" exoecied to arrive in the city from over- seas, the party was greeted by a crowd of friends and relatives, the mayor, and representatives of various civic organizations. PERMIT FOR METAL PRODUCTS PLANT Value of building permits issued Thus far in the year permits ha this vear has now exceeded been issued for the construction f __ OO hllllHi CONDUCT FUNERAL A large group of friends and rel- atives gathered at St. Patrick's church Fridav morning to pay their There's not enough time in the space of this rhyme To leli jou of all her Activities; But all of your life you've seen the housewife In the throes oJ her springtime Proclivities. But when siie was through. I needn't tell you About the extent her Pain the storm came with dust and she found that she must Start the houses-leaning over Again. Anglican Church Advance Appeal In connection with the financial aspect of the Anglican Advance Ap- peal for Re-dedication and Thanks- offering, the diocesan organizer, F. J. Chalk, accompanied by Arch- deacon Ason and Bishop H. R. Ragg Swill make a. tcur of the diocese of Calgarv 10 meet canvassers, ilini- mum objective is Their itinerary includes: April River. 3 PJSJL ilay 3 pj3r. May Creek. 3 pjn. Mav pjn. 3IEETIKG POSTPOXE0 256 000 bushels of wheat were ship- proven bv figures. At end 1 ped from line elevator on the rail- 1345 farmers heid ottsbels way division, moss of going to oj and IJTJ.OOO bushels Of terminal elevators at Vancouver. other grains. This dropped to j Despite the coasparauYeiy heavy bushels of wheat and I marketings this sacnth and during bushels of other grains by the end the first quarter of uw year, it was of ias> xnocth, acd to I estimateQ that OK April 21 farmers bushels of yheat and 329.000 on the Lethbridge railway divisica Of other grains on AprS 21. were still holding busneis ;___________________ I of wheat in their granaries and I that on lile saase dale line eleva- j i tors contained bushels of i wheat. On account of incleaeat J1S46 HANDLINGS and the' inability of Dr. Vf. H. i Since the beginning of this vear Johns of the Cnirersity cf Alberta. 1 farmers have soarketec about 5.- Edmonton, to reach la ttoe 240.0OO bushels 01 wheat and for iie nieeliiig. the i shipments from the railway pyjday' of the Lgthbrirtge I sion have amounted to branch of the Csited Sadoss So- 1 bushels. cietr. pcstponed. Dr. Johcf From the beginnins: of ie sres- was to have been the featured ent crop year or. August 1 until speaker but his plans was delayed April the Lethbridge railway di- vision shipped bushels of i wheat and bushels of other i grains. Of this bushels of wheat and 870.400 bushels of i other grains had beer, shipped by Sthe end of 1945. ar.d bushels of wheat and 1.133.000 bushels of other grains by iiu; be- ginning of this mcnih. by the storm. Stocks of grain held in line ele- tors have >Kea steadily declining. vators respect to the late Michael TEG KIFIXS WELCOMED HOafE j schuk of this city who passed away 1 climbing to Friday as the i city's building boom maintained its brisk pace. in Lsthbritige on Monday. High Mass i 1 of the Requiem was sung by the i J. Murray with miermer.t] la St. Patrick's althoagh did prevail- west-southwest Shortly before i gusiv was blowing at :itv of 34 miles per iujur. FYidav the blast averaged a y of around 74 miles cer hour n. and o'clock in ternoon- At about pjn. :ak gust of the day hit 80 per hour, a husky wind even s area. maximum temperature Fri- 71 degress, and the.-over- iim was 30 degrees. At Saturday, thermometers red a reading of 53 degrees. nes reported some planss de- four hours during the big 'idav but serivce was back to L Saturday. er Studying (Here Mead Inspects R.C.M.P. Here -xuiuus ici-ciii. issued was i later on? secured bv G O. Gowlland for i cemetery. Floral cnnutes were one uj vj- v. v- _____ mwj of Koyal Canadian Mounted Police were inspstced on Saturday by Deputy Commissioner F. J. Mead me construction of a S10.000 manu- facturing building to be built at 15th Street and Second Avenue South for Western Metal Fabrica- tors, Ltd. The plant is to produce steel and iron products. This month building permits have j been issued to the value of j sending the total since the begin- i ning of the vear to Last vear Anril permits amounted to S177.IOO "and the total for the first four months was Latest residential building- per- snany and beautiful. Pallbearers were: I. M. Sorokoski. E. S. Vaselea- ak. A. Tamava, S- Bluk. T. Mehe- den. ilartin. Bros., funeral directors, were in charge of services. WISJsIPEG. April from occupational and fighting ser- vice overseas came some 450 men of the 4th battalion. Royal Winni- peg Rifles last night to a rousing welcome from relatives at the rail- way station and later at the Amphi- theatre where they received an of- ficial city welcom from Mayor Gar- net Couter. S? to sioner, who is making his annual inspsction of the western R.C3.1P. divisions. 'arrived in the city Friday afternoon. SHE will ieave for the west coast on Monday. In 1926, -when holding the rank of inspector, Dep- utv Commissioner Mead, came to Lethbridge to command this sub- division. He remaingd here for three years, leaving to take up a command in Vancouver. seen his son for 20 years, is also visiting in the city. Ke.came to Canada in 1913 and the father and son are enjoving a reunion here. Both speak English well. Agricul- ture officials here are accompany- ing Mr. Quan and his father on the former's tour of irrigation projects in this district. Mr, Quan will leave 'Wednesdav for Utah and in June will return to China, to report and work on the irrigation information he has assimilated in America. also showing values, and addresses where homes are to be construct- ed: 251 i Arthur W. Charles. 15th Street North: W. R. Mackin- tosh, 85.500. 613 16th Street South; Mrs. Mary Tackulic. S3.000. 417 12th Street C North; Richard Dibble, j S4.0CO, 204 16th St. North; John- Sloldens, 819 Ninth Street; South. OFFICE NEWS TVe recommend Venus or Eagle Pencils for stenographic, store er warehouse use. In various grades at 5c and lOc. Commercial Printers and Of f ice nst.s. Outfitters Ltd. "The Office Supply Floyd Welcon. 21-year-old, war veteran of Saskatoon, drowned when a canoe capsized on St. Nora's lake, near Dorset, Ont. Moose Lodges Are Holding a SOCIAL EVENING Canadian Legion Hall Tuesday, April 30 at 8 p.m. sharp All members are asked to come and bring a friend EXPERT RADIO REPAIRS Prompt, expert work by first class radio technician using the latest and "most efficient testing equipment. Our Prices Are Reasonable WE CALL FOR AXD DELIVER PHONE 27S7 FREMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Suite 9 Lafferty Block If Photo; Herald Engraving. P. S. QUAX p people said Mr. Irrigation Development major portion of irrigation j ina has been in the northwest i tributary to the Yellow and further development of ion is also planned for that >f the country. Mr. Quan that the yield of rice and is doubled through irriga- Quan's father, Charlie Quan siniboia, Sasfc.. -who had not DOES LIQUOR DOMINATE YOUR LIFE? Alcoholics Anonymous can cure yon. if you are a person -whose home and business life is beicsr dominated and ruinefl by liquor. If yon really want to stop drinking: just write letter to ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS The Lethbridge Sand and Gravel Co. offers you at very reasonable prices ished Sand and Gravel for Concrete, Roads, Asphalt, Stucco, Roofing, Etc. The best w the cheapest. Phone 3610. Prompt delivery. l, the Theatres >mplete shows: an si complete show at- implete siiows: tells of St. ecrets" of Scotland it complete show at Set 'okyo st complete show at ohnny hythm E. C. Cranstoun E, Cranstoun, F.A.E., F.C.B.A. E. C. CRANSTOUN SON AUDITORS and ACCOUNTANTS INCOME TAX SPECIALISTS 7, Biock. Lethbridge. Phones: Office 4135 House 3008 PLANNING TO BUILD BASEMENTS EXCAVATED IN ONE DAY SIDES TRIMMED AND ALL EARTH MOVED AWAY FOR PROMPT SERVICE PHONE 3610 O'SULLIVAN CONSTRUCTION To serve the motoring public we will be OPEN SUNDAY April 28th From. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for the sale of gas and oil only Ted's Terminal SERVICE STATION 410 Third Avenue S. Phone 2684 Look again MAKE SURE Yesterday's plans for tomorrow may bs out of date today. Changes in family and business, altered re- sources and income, higher taxes and succes- sion duties, new laws and may affect the best laic5 plans. Your Will is your plan for the future security of those you wish to protect. You owe it to your family to cherk your Will peri- odically in the. light of changed conditions, and, when necessary, amend it to better guard their interests and avoid needless loss. Review yanr Will once a year. Talk it over with us. The British Canadian Trust Co. LETHBRIDGE H. D. ROOD, Manager ALBERTA WHY TAKE A CHANCE? With poor headlights, when, -we can. equip your car -with Sealed Beam lighting quickly and in- expensively, MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers PAINT UP with C.I.L. PAINTS, VARNISHES, ENAMELS Morris Barrett HARDWARE Values of building: properties, household effects. etc_ have in- creased considerably. We recom- mend that you review the amount of insurance yon are carrying. R. SPRING FRESH Our cleaning actually color and texture. There Is a difference I Try it, NOTICE AH window curtains cleaned at owner's risk. A large number of curtains are too weak to be cleaned and have become tender by sun and exposure. Ironside Park PHONE 4141 PLANKS and TIMBERS We have a good stock of Rough Fir Plank and Tim- bers in various sizes. See now for your require- ments of these PHONE 23S4 ATLAS LUMBER CO. Ltd. 1602 3rd S. iNEWSPA'FERr lEWSPAPERl ;