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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, "APRIL 29, 1946 Urge Daylight Rail Service Between Lethbridge And Nelson CRAXBROOK. Canadian Paeilic outlined at a board of trade meet- ing recently proposed changes in their passenger train schedule through here under which the trest- bound train arrive at ajai., inssetJ of the present 4'35 and leave at ajn. meeting Thursiay, May willbe S. E. Msddigan, director of toe Bntisn Columoia la- dustnal Counci'. head of the mining and metallurgy division of the council, 'who was and Scientific Researcn Dr. J. M. CuinmiKgs. DEDICATE HYMNAJUES BOW services vere held in Boa- Island churches on Easter Sunday, with large attendances at all services. At the United church the choir rendered special anthems, mad new copies of the United Church. Hymn- ary -sere dedicated before being used. Also the sacrament of infant; baptism was conducted. DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE Busy Southern Alberta occcnr GOVT. HOUSE served several itisii the Royal Pioneer Woman Called By Death ihe born up instead ol tne preset o aJHL; wir JJT- easibcund train arrive here 'The at a-m. instead of the present ajpo.. and leave at in- stead of tte present 8-30 ajm. The times are in terms of Pacific Stand- ard tune, one hour behind city tune. Service Af iff consideration board sup- ported the changes, but added a. reccnjmendation that a daylight service between Lethbridge and xel- scn should be added. The proposed change uoald eliminate the fhe- hour of the aain at Nelson and nould conssderablv soeed up the service of the eastbcund train W.C.T.U. Leader Is Heard, Claresholm (HNS) ______ Margaret Grant, field secretary for of'a franchise opera- the and national organiz- toons'ia the Interior of the prov- er, spoke to a mass meeting in the This 'exulted from a resolu- claresholni United churca on Thars- fon'from the Salmo Board on the j day evening. She was accompanied subject, which iras taiv to -sore the minister of trans- port to -Uscoier the reason lor de- lay's in the decision regarding Glenwood Man Severely Burned Virden z. Archibald suffered severe bums at and Mrs. j Canadian Navy, and -snU be a __________ his home here last Thursday H. G. have moved into toe'corne addition to tne oornmun-.ty. Annie1 gasoline he was pourisg into a car government house. Mr. and 3fcs-! being much interested in------ M, Lu Razasden occupy their form- j among young people and istc: er residence. j to carry on tiiose activities here. OPENS GENERAL STORE COUTTS. Mr. i Mrs. Frank Rogers and family have arrived in Coutts and are occupying I the Leigh White home. Mr._ Rogers has opened a general store here. i jjT bovs timg aj'Cardston. Here Mr. Bow DoaaM who has recently re-} where Mr. Bowden farmec and Thos. W. Knight Laid To Rest CARMANGAT. Despite the terrific wind Kesgnoors attended the funeral of the late Thomas W. Knight on Aprtl turned from se-.eral jears" acute and instrt endoised. heartdy by Mrs. P. C. Grevette. the cial president of the W C.T.U. Miss serrice. left on Sunday for Ottawa', after spending a couple of with cis paresis, Mr. and Mrs. WAR VETERAN DIES A motion that two delegates from i Grans outlined the work of her or- J J- the Cranbrook board be sent to the annual Association Board at, Grand ForSs on Mav 2O and 21 was defeated, indicating Cranbrooi will be unrepresented. West Has Edge In Junior Play By FRED KERKER. (Canadian Press Staff Writer) TORONTO. April 1946 hockev season came to en abrupt eiid Saturday night wnen Bisley Shoot To Be Held Early July LOXDON. Apnl Entam's home guards! have a chance to show what they might have done to invacers when the National Rifle Association resumes its annual meet at Bis-ey in the first two veeks of r.ext July. Duruis the war the ranges were constant use for uraclice. bin Allan Cap series Thus c conrluded the first cost-war sea- conciuaea tne urst; cost-war sra- Australia ana Riioccs. son in Canadian amateur contemplating dispatcn vath a clean s'seep of the silverware J jear. 1938 and Rhodesia are noi of teams ganization and mentioned its scope of activity in areas that con- cern the" alcohol traffic. She asserted it was the business of the W.C.T.U. to prevent alcohol- ism. rather than to treat it after- wards. She urged support of the scholarship and educational funds. Mrs. Ferguson, president of the local branch, presided. Rev. W. J. Collett brought; and welcomed the guests to the church and Rev. "W. H- Griffin of the Church of the Xazareae led in prayer. CHANBROOS, (HNS) has been received the death suddenly at Varuxwiver of Thomas Allan, veteran of faro, taken to Cardston to have operated a shoe store The-. BITTEX BT DOG i S GLEXWOOD. At- 3 ehlnls opera-ing :he" Blue I tempting 10 take food from a small 5 siore. He also interested in j dog. Roy, five-year-old son of Mr. j the- coal -sines there. ten years. there In 1S35 thev His companion. Earl epistle to Timothy, and_____ succeeded an smothermg the the deceased had "fought; and the oumed man s to tne Cardston hospital for i Leonard McXeazle saag ihe medical attention. Both hands and' cial hvmn, "Under S2s side of nis face are reported to caoir "aad congregation Joined in the hynans. "Breathe on Me Breada of and -Amde With Paiioearers Trere George Baldwin, George Daries, George SHnmfHrK, Danny Barwash. Bennie Sanell and loois RoemeHe. intermeas vas in the fasafly plot at tne CannangaT' cemetery. be oadly oumed. DAXCE COCTT3. Mr and Mrs. WjHiaoi Collitcn taear dance at tne school on DISCUSS SCHEDULE BELLHVU3. A VISITOES AT BELLEVUJB wounds were serious. Aboiis eight years ago Ezra Bbwcer. LuV.Ch aas served. I and his son Lewis met tragic ceaths 3SLLSVU2. CEDfS) Mr. asd Cover Crop Again Shown Effective Seed- For the pass two years Doreer. has j-eld in Canary CARDSTON Alberta been training in Producers instiled new modsm automatic eg? grading Toront machine their esg station in 27 and bv the irest. The junior Monarchs. In topnlng I St Michael's College majop of Tor- onto, gave western Canada a two- edge in Memorial Cup play since its icauguration in 1919. The Winmoeg boosted the ivcst's total to 15 triumohs as against 13 for eastern Canada -In %llan Cun series, though Hanulton Tigers lost to the Stam- petiers, eastern Canada teams stiil hold a margin in the senior play 21 to 17. OXTARIO H4S VYOX MOST Domination of Memorial Cup play bv teams from Manitoba and On- tario has almost been thorough Since its mcention the junior trophy has been won bv teams from the two nrovinces 24 times by Manitoba and 14 times by Ontario, though one of those victories be- longs to Fort "William -which plays under Manitoba jurisdiction. The other four titles are divided between in 1925, '28 and gary in 1926. AJlan Cup tjlav has been more eoually divided with Prince Edward Island the only province never to ice a title-winning team. Alberta made the record booS for the fust fime this rear, while Ontario teams haxe dominated the records with 21 vic- four of the teams were from Port Arthur and play under Manitoba junsdicMon afld two were from Ottawa which Is under Quebec's wing. Manitoba senior teams have won Sis> Montague Allan's TroDbv since it was donated in 190S Saskatchewan, Xev Brunswick. British Columcia, aad Quebec each have won it rwice and Nova Scotia. Is in Alberta's class with a single victory. League Leaders (Bv The Associated Press.) XATldXAL LEAGUE Batting Wietelmann, Boston, Kew York, 13. Runs Batted BrooK- Iva and Miller, Cincinnati, 12. Loois, 20. Boston; Russel. Reiser, Brooklyn, ana Echoendienst. St. Louis, 5. Tuples Wasdell, Philadelpma; Stevens, and Herman, Brooklyn, and ilusial, St. Louis, 2. Toronto. Sne leaves Toronto Annl sail from San Francisco Cards-on. This -nschine has a j She expects to be gone two ;.ears.' capacity of 50 cases of eggs a day. Doreen and lakes tae place of severs! j graders TO COAST POST MHDICIN3 Geo. Thompson, recently returred from overseas. left on Wednesday for YEAR-ROrXD OIL ARRIVE FROM ENGLAND COUTTS. Mrs Ralph i ana small son nave re- COGT7S. fHNS) Word been recei-.-ed here of ihe birtii of a son to Mrs WJLUam Saarfilo'sr jr. Dens CaUcnsi. ilr. and Mrs. have held a numoer startmg on tne land. back from It is esti- o'f-iwp Col R J Birthshis- At UAi HiC iV fcj tie. secretary of the Dominion 01 mated the seeding is approxi- Canada Rifle Assowauon. sam t lv VKO weeks earaer than last Canada Is not; sending a team fce- cause it has been six since the D C R.A- held a shoot to choose a. team and British authorities informed the associanon the B'slev matches this year are not lentlv important, but tncy oe or cczHaaj's factory a; RedchfT. BAD DL'ST STOR3I BOW dust %ear.' While tne top soil is quite- stom nearly all day Friday, drv there is a reserve of sub-soil the worst since the big "olack moisture that, some farmers think; stonn" of lass May. Friday was will carry the gram for a little advertised as clean-up day m town while. I and the town trucss was out. bnrh: It is not anticipated tnere will i 2nd early ga'hering the garbage wear's team. AKSIY CHAMP TRIOIPHS JAW. Sask.. Apnl be any reseedmg necessary descite that there has been some in the recent gales Farmers sav that the crop has held the soil quite well and has again proved its value. Alford Canadian army oierseas pion. knocked of Moose Jaw. former naw welterweight title-holder. ir> the "fourth round of their scheduled four-round bout headUnine an anv- ateur card Saturdav HOOP TITLES MONTREAL, Apnl 29 lions and Oasnroods, Toronto wom- en's basketball teams, won the ard ruobish. The weather all last week was orv wita lots of but Friday's" vind reached and two Leader 156 and Aliord TROPHY PETERBOROUGH. Ort Annl 29 Marney Delar.ey of Hig1! eastern Canada intermediate junior titles respectively in games, total-point series that ended Saturdav. Lions aefeatea Verdun United "76-40 on the round while 5 the junior series ended in a 45-40 victory over Montreal Mansfields. the nroporttons of a gale, and cer- tainly leases a discouraged expres- sion "on the faces of tne farmers as well as tne housewives JOINS BORDER STAFF CCUTTS. fHN5> Wilfred J. Blair has accepted a position -srita the unmsg-ation oranch here and has commenced ius cuties. He Swimming- Club Toronto. Saturaay von the Gale Trophv. emblematic of the Canadian Amateur Swimming Association ornamental champion- ship She finished just ahead of last year's champion, Jean Mcwa- Boston; Lamer, St Louis, aad Jojce, New York, 3-0, 1000. AMERICAN LEAGUE New Tork, -i44. Boston, 14. Runs Batted Boston, 16 New York, Pesky and Williams, Boston, 18. Detroit, 6. Boston; Rob- ertson, Lewis and Spence, Wash- ington, and Keller, Kew York, 2. Home Runs DiMaggio, New York. 4. Stolen Bases Doerr. Boston; Lake, Detroit, and Stimweiss, New York, 2. Pitching Kewhouser Detroit, of Toronto. LONDON. April -f Rev Dr Paul De La'oilliere 67. dean of Westminster Abuey. died in hosmtal. The dean entered uic hospital three weeks ago for a rest. following a breakdown attnouuea to the straia of the war. Altnoug.. FAREWELL PARTY GRASS. Mont. people of Sweet Grass anc district "met m the schoo auditorium, on evening to honor Mr. and Mrs. D. I.unagren, _ __ who will leave soon to make their Walsh jockev who j home in. Belton, Mont--ina. Mr. has ndden more than 1.000 winners Lundgren has been manager in Britain ard South Africa has grain elevator. Thirteen tables FAMOUS JOCKEY KEG4TVS SIGHT LON1DON. April Gecrge n. been from total blindness by i bridge and pinochle were in piay a cure he devised and a woman and prizes were awarded. Luncaeon doctor But into practice was served, after woica Mr. W. Y. Walsh lost the m his right j Moberly mace a short speecn ana eve in a fall from a horse he was j presented tne guests of honor exerciains a year ago. Gradually i S3iver tray on behalf of the tile left eve weakened and he wen., to Cambridge to consuls a specialist, coin- v. The Lundgrens have a host She wanted to remove the left, i d i friends who deeply regres their the left eje bombed ous of his dean's residence. hA continued to conaucr services m the 4'o'oev despite air raids. Curing t the war "Dr. De Labilliere sent to j Prime Minister Mackenzie a. GXpST CURSE QtJEERS ______ ________ Others entertauuig for at mv request she tried a j tjje Landarens were Mr. ana Mrs treatment of five steam baths and irooerly and Mr. and Mrs. D. six electrical treatments a day for Laagmaa. six weeks." he said. Walsh says he sees distinctly with now and exercises every morning. chart showing the hiding place o: the coronation stone in Islip chapel. Westminster Abbey. The chart was deposited m a vault of the Bans of Canada. Only two men. knew where the stone was hidden. TO MEXICO TUX'iLA GUTTERRSZ, Mexico. Apnl 29 Ranchers in this southern border state are oemg en- couraged to irapon; Canadian cattle DERBT COHSTT SOCCER LONDON. Apnl Saturdav's victorv bv Derby Coun- ty in the English Football Associa- tion Cun final broke one of those legendary gypsy curses. The story goes that ol years ago a band of "evosies used to camp on the public "common at Derby and Bowling Popular With The Blind Good Scores By PIERRE LS MCYNE CCafbeuan Press Siaa Writer.) TORONTO. April 29 Ths To- tiie puum; ronto Monarcos (no relation to was ordered off by the towns people. I tnose hockey ilonarcns from Wm- Qne malevolent old gypsy out; a curse on the town. He told the to stock tneir ranches with Chiapas state government offering 500 pesos (S100) a head subsidy. The first shipments have been sent, to ranches on tne high tuaieaus near Cristobal Las Casas. Comilan. and Bochill and ranchers said tne climatic change apoarently bad had little effect on the cattle. people that their football team j would never be m a cup final for I j 50 years. And so it turned out. nipeg> piled up a total of 2 325 points in three" sanies of five-ma LTDIBER 1UILL MERGER Chanaler. New York, Boston, 3-0, 1.000. and Harris, STEEL STRIKE ENDS CLEVELAJJD. April end of a month-old strike which haa maae idle "at the Midland Eteel Products Company was an- r.ounced Saturday fay company of- ficials VANCOUVER, April Vancouver News Herald said in a newspage story today that a deal vras being completed in Victoria among British Columbia's inde- pendent sa-niil! producers to form an COO pub'ic corooration to acquire and operate three large lumber companies in the nrovince The story seid Oscar F. Lundell. director of Sitka Spruce Lunioer Comnany. and lawyers of Carneroi Lumber "Comoanv of Victona ard the Hammond Cedar Comoanv, haa been meeting in the proiincial cap- ital for the last week workirg out details for the new corporation. HENRY COTTON' AVINS VIRGINIA WATER Surrey. Eng- land April Cotton former British open champion, -won the fS6 675) Ldhdon Star golf tournament Saturday, defeat- ing Arthur Lees. Irish open cham- pion, in the final four and three. So iOU pin experts don't think that's so the Monarchs are willing to bet that no cnarn- pionship bowling team across Can- ada could approacn tna; viding tne oor.lers keep their ejes closed from beginning of the match to the end. Thais wnat the Mon- archs are blind. MONARCHS ARE CHAMPS The Monarchs are champions of tne Toronto Blird Bowling league, the benefit of or partial- aty soflball league will launch its The 10-team league compiles 60 Income and Excess Profits Tax Service SECRETARIES LIMITED P.O. Box 940 5 and 6 Aeadia 613 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2619 Lethbridge Northern Bus BUS SCHEDULE Lines READ UP p.m. S.15 10.45 Lethbridge 8.55 10.20 Murry Cor. 8-45 10.10 Diamond City 8.35 10.00 Shaughnessy 8.25 S.45 Picture Butte 8.05 9.25 Iron Springs 7.40 9.00 Turin READ DOWN a.m. p.m. 6.45 5.45 7.10 6.10 7.20 6.20 7.30 7.55 8.15 8.40 6.30 6.55 7.15 7.40 Sunday only, teavin; tethbndge to Picture Bntte at 545 p.m. Sunday only. Leaving Picture Butte to at CIS pTn. Saturday only. Special leaving- tethbridge to Picture Bntte at 11.00 p.m. Saturday only, Special leavins: Picture Butte to Lethbridge, at 11.55 p.m. We are open for arrangements for chartered trips. Phone 3536, 4036 or 91-3134 "schedule 10 markers with full vision who through the summer months Har- j and instruct the others. i Balisters. in line with the gutters 3eet. in front of _______ _ _______ ,_ e se; jp to guide to 10 cent of collec- 1 the pla-.ers and siie them a nons, will be apnomted by the exec- of direction After a first utiie. These men. along with two throw, the marker tells him wh'ch members from each team, will com- Pins he struck, -aruch ones are still p-nse the officers and in unat direction i registered are Cranbrook i whether the next ball should travel Sawmills. Cranbrook Sash and Door, inches more -o the '.eft or I Lumberjacks, Auto Wreckers and i right. High School. Other teams entering WOMEN" too must register a week before the Men don't hcs the b'.md' bo'Rhrg 1 spotlight and Free one season opens The 1945 report showed 43 league games played in adaiaon to several BEAT BRITON'S COPENHAGEN. Ann! fHeu- Xing and Queen of Den- Sundav saw the K3 soccer team, one of Cooennagen's leaeirg squads oear Chelsea. British eleven. 2-1 Before a crowd of 35.000. the Danes came from behind to score two goals within five minutes in tne second half. of the markers sa.s cor! parua- parts are 3000" Fred should >cnow because he was beaten by his blind wif" Dor-s in the 3sa- gue finals last NO ANNOUNCEMENT YET EDMONTON. Apll 29 V Dr W R- Hardy of the International Ice Hockej association said Satur- day that until winner of i Allan cup series is known it would be premature" to make anv statement regarding a oossib'.e gaiie between Vancouver CanacKS, who Friday defeated Boston Clvm- pics to take" the "United States ama- teur hockev championship, and either Calgary Stampeders or Ham.- ilton Tigers. FLIES TO US. i SHANNON. Eire. Apnl 1 Mrs Cheyney, 87, London writer, believed to be the oldest i passenger ever to fly the Atlantic, left here Saturdav night en route to New Rorhelle, NY, to her j childhood home. cf best blind j bowlers ir> _s Wilson Bar- rett 37. of Toronto. ho suam'ain- ed a aver cf 125 Bar- ret- ras beei fir .ears but had "eve" oJ before he became blind ir.ore than 20 jears azo I Barrett is alvi a colfe- of good I ftancjr; v T ar. average of 65 i ror holes. SAN r-TATFO Ca'.s; 29 of -T n. Greprrv of Parit Calif trainer for Ft.i- Fam arc! other horses Sat- urda> "nv the board stew an.-. lollow-.r'e civr'osuro traec-. uf A tin" >rd been in the "Ar.- x" i last Am: CO. r. in the r cf COPS HAVRE DE OaACE, ?vld, Apnl thrcinh the mud in stvl" Ha-noden earn- ed a chanc" Kentucky Uerbv s nch t ot bv einturms; tbe jtakes be- fore 20.000 racing fans. JNo TROUBLE now to get Tommy to run messages he's actually looking for chances to go places oa his thrilling new C.CM. Bicycle. So much so that he's making real money after school delivering he's in business. This is but one of the advantages of owning an always-reliable, easv-running C.C.M. Bicycle. Both children and their parents must keep a keen eye open for value when making a major purchase like a bicycle. Here again is where C.C.M. is "tops" for it is downright full value for vour dollars. The fine steels, heat-treating and precision machining and assembling diat are built into C.C.M. Bicycles are briefly featured in the accompanying panels. A study of these should convince you of the long vears of easy-pedalling and comfortable and trouble- free cycling that can be yours on a C.C.M. Bicycle To this, add, the service you may enjoy from the author- ized C.C.M. dealers across Canada, when you need tires, accessories or adjustments, and you have the in bicycle value. Every genuine C.C.M. Bicycle has a trade mark on the front steering post with the letters "C.C.M." prominently displayed. When you buy a bicycle for yourself or as a gift to buv a C.C.M. there's nothing better. C.C.M. STRONG FRONT HUB Built of hardened-steel with stout sale and accurately machined and hardened bail-races to give >ears of smooth and easy running. C.C.M. COASTER 3RAKE An improved brake bv CCM-, faster in fer- clutch-actjon, more powerful in its smooth, quick stop than anv of its prede- cessors Bailt of super-strong, hardened steels to jneet the needs of today s cjchsts. can- C.C.M. 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