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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE Heavy In City WEEK-END SHOWERS FALL OVER DISTRICT Scattered showers fell over a wide (inch of moisture. This a toUl area of south Alberta during the of 1.52 Inches of rain for the but precipitation totals months of Mar. This compares with -were not increased greatly by the f 3.90 inches for last year. These re- siorais. Monday found skies partly j cent rains were badly needed as the overcast and unsettled weather was f grass looked brown and the crop was Gouotful. At Lethbridge a heavy shower fell Crap fnsptets Bright during the middle of Sunday after- good noon. The nrecipitat'on was meas- .75 of an inch of. rain fell locally last ured at the "Kenvoa Field gauge week and crop prospects so far are .18 of an inch while at ihe Bcperi- bright. Sheep ranchers report a avnta! Farm, three miles pood lamb crop this year, recording was 29. Further east, in the Coaldale area, no rain fell. In the city it is estimated that perhaas half an Inch of rain fell in less than half an hour. Gutters ran full and many gardeners found; their seedlings washed away. A two hour rain was reoorted at Magrath over the week-end, accord- ing to the C P.R. weather resort for the Ifithbridse division. Showers Lefhbridge's company of were reported at Lundbreck. Gran- j cadets. K.M.C-S. Chinook, is to have am and De Conditions over. jjg annllal inspection this. VIoaday, southern margin of the prov- evening by Lt. H. S. Square of Cal- ince were clear, with light cast ana oggcer commanding H -M.C-S. southwest winds and cloudy, calm ireather prevailing in the Crows Xest Pass and northwards to Cal- gary. Temperatures averaged 60 above. Heavy at Blairmore heavy T.insiorm occurred here on Mon- dav morning." literally buckctsfu.l falling for some time. Skies were c'earing somewhat at noon. Kain At Cardston Rains at Cardsion the pass week totalled .74 THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN Vote Here On Tuesday Ship Inspection Monday Evening MAILORDERS BIG OR SMALL Receive prompt, carifnl atten- tion. Write with confidence to McCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331-5th St. S. 414-13th St. N. Phone 2203. Phone 3445 Tecumseh in Calgary. He will be accompanied here for the inspection by Lt. Parker of Calgary. Sea. Cadet liaison officer attached to the Cal- gary ship. The inspection will be held at the local ship's training area in the barracks ground and is scheduled to commence at Following the inspection of the ship's company and a march past at which he will take the salute, Lt. Square will inspect various classes, including those studying _ radar, semaphore, rope work, wire- i less and gunnery. The ship's band is to participate" in the inspection. Good Progress Is Made In Census Where Borrower and Lender Meet. Insurance Real Estate Loaus Calgary Appointment Favorable progress on the quin- quennial census in Southern Alberta was reported Monday morning by Charles Dswson. census commission- er for the Lethbridge electoral dis- j trict. as 48 enumerators advanced their work. Some enumerators started their canvass over the weekend in a few sub-districts and have now com- pleted more than half their work. Taking of the census must be com- pleted by the end of June. i Mr. Bawson explained that all j enumerators are sworn to secrecy I and that private information they are given during the census will be held in the strictest confidence. Aware of this, he added, residents of Southern Alberta are willingly giving information of a confidential nature to enumerators. Lodge Members Attend Funeral CHARLES S. ROBES'SON is appointed manager of the new Bond Department of Osier, Hammond Nanton, Limited in Calgary. Mr. Robinson has been with the Company over 25 20 of -which -were in the Stock Bond Departments in Winnipeg. Members of the Lethbridge Re- bekah Lodge paid tribute to a fel- low member at funearl services for the late Mrs. Charlotte LuckweU, which were held ia Martin Bros." chapel Friday afternoon. Rev. L. L. Grant officiated and interment was in the family plot. Mountain View cemetery. Lethbridge. Mrs. Luckwell passed away Tues- day at.75 years in a local hospital, having been a resident of the city for 40 years. Her husband. James Luckwell, predeceased her. She was bom at Westfield, Herford- shire. Pallbearers were Thomas Riley, J Strong. P. Ingram, R. Brown, Den Marshall. Gordon Marshall. DANCE TONIGHT EAGLES to Owners of property in Leth- bridge to the polls vote on a bylaw authorizing the issue of debentures amounting to SS0300 to finance construe- tion of itorm Foils, located at Westminster school for North Lethtuidge burgesses and in the city hall for south side property owners, will open at 9 ajn. and close at S pjn. More than 3300 ciiiieiis af> qualified to vote on the bylaw. The bylaw has already pasted two readings by the council and, if given anproval by 60 per cent of those voting, will be present- ed for its final reading shortly. 25 New Members At St. Andrew's St. Andrew's Presbyterian church marked its Diamond Jubilee Com- munion sen-ice on Sunday with 23 new members being received into the church, a feature of the morn- ing service. Rev. a L. Garvin took as his text for the occasion "Witnessing a Good Confession" in which he called upon all Christians to gi'.'e practical evi- dence before their feUowmen that they were living according to the teachings of Jesus Christ. He de- clared that Christianity was a liv- ing thing and it was up to every true believer to exalt God's name for if they succeeded then God was glorified but if they failed then He was dishonored. At the evening service Miss Bes- sie MacMurchy. RJf., returned mis- sionary nurse from Jobat, India, outlined the work being done by the church there and the necessity for increased efforts to bring en- lightenment to that land of tur- moil. Taverns Opening At 10 a.m. Now MR. CAR OWNER We take pleasure in announcing- the appointment of Mr. Bert Davis as our new shop foreman. Mr. Davis has been serving car owners of Lethbridge and district for the past twenty-five years as mechanic and shop foreman, and wishes to take this opportunity of saying he will continue to do so in his new position as our shop foreman. Mechanics Sales Ltd. WORK GUARANTEED PHONE 2S22 Bex'erage parlors in Lethbridge and other centres of Alberta Satur- day began using a new type of glass and also started following a sched- ule of longer hours of service to patrons by advancing their open- ing hour from I pjn. to 10 ajn. and by eliminating the one-hour shut- down during the early evening. The closing time continues to be 10 pjn. under the new schedule. Adopted to ensure patrons a uni- form quantity of beer without an excessive "top." the new glasses have a ring marking the level up to which beer must rise in the con- tainer. The longer hours of service have provided employment for an in- creased number of men in beverage parlors and operators explain that "a. large percentage" of the addi- tional employees are ex-servicemen. While they will be open for four hours a day longer from the be- ginning of this month than prev- iously, beverage parlors will still be on considerable shorter hours than before the war as they had then been opening at 7 ajn. and closing at 10 pjn. Lightning Causes Damage In City Considerable inconvenience and several hundred dollars worth of damage was caused in Lethbridge by powerful bolts of lightning Sun- day' afternoon, City Manager Wat- soa reported today. He explained that electrical ser- vice to the entire city wag momen- tarilv disrupted when lightning struck a high tension wire, over- loading its voltage and tripping a safety switch at the power house. "Juice" was off for only 20 seconds due to this. In various section of the city, consumers were without electricity for longer periods as lightning turned out a transformer in the 500-block on Eleventh St. S., and "blew fuses in numerous other transformers. The largest number of disruptions occurred in North Lethbridge when fuses in the main sub-station there were "blown." The only property damage report- ed in the city was the destruction of a chimney when a bolt of lightning hit the home of Stan Hargreaves at 1406 Third Ave. N. Wait till you taste a zesty ham loaf made with Heinz Chicken Noodle Condensed Htm tmrf Drain one can Heinz Condensed Chicken Noodle Soup, undiluted, and reserve liquid. Combine Cup chopped green pepper, 2 tablespoons chopped onion, 1 cup ground, cooked ham, 4 eggs and cup bread crumbs. Mix well. Melt 2 tablespoons fat; add cup dour and hicnd well. Add liquid from Soup, cook, stirring constantly until thickened. Combine Soup with other ingredients. Place in a loaf pan and bake in moderate oven F.) for 1 hour. Serves 6. S-ntM INEWSPAPERif Under The Bridge Examine Here PINCHEK. WOMAX DIES Mrs. Joha J. 6kene, a resident ol Pincher Creek for 40 years, died Sat- urday morning in Edmonton where she "had lived for the past six months. She is survived by two daughters. Mrs. C. W. Wriach and A. R. Pallistw. both of Cal- a son. William, in Edmon- ton: and A sister. Jen-lie Parsons. in Edmonton. Weather Montreal Toronto Winnipeg: Brandon Estevan Regma...... Moose Jaw Saskatoon Ssift Current Medicine Hat FLIES TO SCOTLAND j Brown MacDonald of Champion, Lethbndge noted Alberta Hampshire breeder, left Lethbridge by T.CA. Monday morning en route by air to Scotland where be will visit relatives after an absence of 35 jears. En route he will visit his daughter in Toronto and expects to be in Prestwick, Scotland, by 6 a.m. Thursday. SEE HORSE MEAT PLANT Saskatchewan Stock Growers' As- sociation are holding their annual convention Wednesday and Thurs- day this week at Sirift Current- At Swift Current Thursday the official opening of the co-operative horse meat packing plant will be held acd many deelgates will see the plant ia action. TO AID MUSICIANS A concert held on behalf of ths Association of Ukrainian Canadians, provincial branch, was held in the Ukrainian Hall here Sundav night with a large crowd in attendance. Over was raised which will be used to send city contestants to she coming Edmonton festival being by the association on July 27 and 28. All those who assisted in any way to make this Concert a success are heartily thanked by the local executive. PASSES THROUGH CITY Sir Reeinald Watson Jones of London. Kng.. was a Lethbridge visi- tor en route by air to the Pacific coast on Sunday. PLAY OX WEDNESDAY Beginning league play. Odd Fel- lows and Jaycees will meet in the first organized fastball game in the local Fraternal Fastball League this coming Wednesday. The game will commence at PJIJ. Further particulars coricemicg league activi- ties will be published in the near future. MAY PRECIPITATION Precipitation for May as meas- ured at the Experimental Farm was 2.1S inches as against the 44-year average of 2.33. MONTANA GETS RAINS L-ike Alberta. Montana got good rains over much of the state last, week and the crop prospects, whicn had been dimmed by early ?.Iay drought, have brightened nercent- ibly. 65 65 66 65 64 64 62 63 65 72 74 64 53 69 52 46 3S 33 42 42 43 51 44 53 55 49 45 52 Calgary Edmonton Vancouver Forecast showers acd occasional thunder- storms this afternoon, continuing with heavy cloudy with showers Tuesday and j cooler. West winds 15 miles per' hoar, becoming northwest 20 taiSesj per hour Tuesday. Low tonight a: Leihbrtcge 30. High 'iliesday 65. Medicine sky MAY PRECIPITATION IS LOWER THAN AVERAGE, REPORT SHOWS Only 158 inches of precipttasios i noted ia 1939, ocwirred ia this area durlEg tibe I last month -aras -SS.7 degrees. i month of Ma-r, asxxr, a third of j TStevry j inch less than the 44-year- average The r-a-remaai iiiEsi of 231 laches for tha-, j sorte-acsrtJieasc J ffioEth. records at the iocal baring a. Telocity of "iZ inSes per oJogica! fearean at XesTon PSeid fco-jr ca the ntb, Average sboV. Of thai amount laches 123. ssSss yes boor, fetl In the fora of raits and re- lowest since 1938. Tsaal -aiisd nsfie- .33 of an inch caaxe down S or the wsal sssaber cf as sco-r. of that passed over She city, IXirin? the period tixre TKSS 3.S73. were 13 days wish J51 cf an lads This area enjoyed JMSTS of or more of precipitation, rsro of i sonshize csricg May. or a da2? showing half an Ir-cis or I of 7.7 aazsfs, Tha? 303 Greatest preelection ever recorded per cent of the possible susahfee, the month cf May wis and slijhti? the IP 1528, oslr .99 of ai MJCh KIM of fell j Greatest of isesse of temperature recorded erer hers Sa duriE? the iRorith, decrees, was 1SCS the same year that ieccrd registered on the 24th arid the 2Sth. Jw of was sraisMd so Highest temperature on record for May. There were 3435 of 92 degrees, occurred is and 1928. low for raon-.h, ZS4 degrees, was reccrded ors the !0th. and ccmpares with record low cf 12 degrees which was that ssseXh. Tbe reoeiTed ia May -was in 1327. when the stia os this district fcr ociy boors the rsocth. JOHN J. WEATHERSEED Noted mtssician. member of with showers Tuesday. West winds 15 miles per hour, becoming north- west 25 miles per hour Tuesday. tonight at Medicine Hat 50. High Tuesday 60. Meetings I.O.O.F. Meeting The regular meeting of Leth- bridge Encampment No. 7. I.O.O.F.. will be held on Monday. June 3. in the I.O.O.F. hall at 8 o'clock. The Patriarchal Degree be confer- red. Pensioners To Meet The Old Age Pensiorss Society will meet in the Y.M.C.A. on Tuesday evening. June 4. at 8 o'clock. Rev. Grant will be the guest speaker and will bring with him a musical party. Visitors and friends will be wel- come. Masonic Notice Regular meeting of York Lodge No. 119. AJ1. and A.M.. will be held in the Masonic Hal! tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at 3 o'clock. The E. A. degree will be conferred. Visit- in? members of the craft are cord- iafly welcome. The regular meeting of the Employees Local No. 70 will be tomorrow (Tuesday) evening o'clock in the New Trades and Labor 13th Street North. Lethbndge, June 12 to IS. ory Cement Supplies Failing In City Cement supplies have been froz- en In Canada excent on sovernrcent priority, and th? pinch is beiru? feit kxallv. For the oast week no his been available for civilian cors- st-uction other than shipments NEW RAILWAY TIMETABLE Local Boys To Camp at Sarcce A new C-P-ri. iteetable j June 9. will mclude the important new feature: Coasplewly new schedule for 12 which itiVL leave 55 boys be the 1500 cadets, free. Grande Prairie M wfco vSi attend carrsp at Ssreeft this suae- mer. Aliceetlter there are ISO boys in the Xo. 351 Letbsndge New mixed totos 631 and Se- tfce camp rou: me oeiuejit -i sole manufacturer of this con- j tiaiiy. leaving a.n_ struction roaterial in the Dcmin- j and am-.Tag .rom Ca.gsr? ioi. has notified its customers that it is at nresent otilv rcent orders of high at the same time clearing _..... of civilian and municipal bridge and arriving ITOS: j orders. The comoany's stockniis of i Calvary pjn. Tnese cement accumulated during the war will not carry a diner or parlor car. f years has vanished rapidly, owin? to the phenomenal demand created by government reconstruction proiecls and manicioaliiy building plans throughout the country. :r tie ;e of Lz. E. H. BorgsL They take pan in :he Caigary ex- SB complete pro- all are T-. T Train 511 Medicine Hat to Letn- to the 20th Batterv, H.CJU frola artillery Announce men ts DR. D. A. RYLAXDS DENTIST Phone 2497. .Not vet listed in 1784 Drs. Campbell. Bryans, Brown and Tut tie On and after June 1. 1946, this office will close at 6 pin. No eve- ning, holiday or Sunday office hours. 903 NOTICE HI-HATTERS ORCHESTRA Under new management. For future engagements Phone ilart. 3344; or Krhie. 4301. 1013 Deaths away in the city on Sunday, June 2nd, Janet, aged 68 years, beloved mother of James McLeod of 736-12th St. North and Mrs. C. Plpmp of Calgary. Funeral services will be conducted from Christensen Bros. Funeral Home j Tuesday, Jane 4th at 2 p-m.. Rev. E. L. Garvin officiating. Interment j in the family plot in "View cemetery. Christenssn BIOS. funeral directors. 1058 K. of C. to Meet A regular meeting of the Knights of Columbus will be held at the Parish Hali on Tuesday, June 4th at pjn. All members of Viaduct Lo3ge No. 53. T.O.O.F. are requested to turn out. for degree work on Tuesday evening June 4th at 8 o'clock. SEA CADET ORDERS Orders lor the week commencing June 3. 1945. Snips company will parade at tne ship on Monday. June 3. Fall in: 1900. Rig of the cay: Blues and cream flannels and lanyards. Training: "Annual Inspection." Coaidale Platoon will parade at the ship "Chinook" on Monday, June 3. Fall in at the Community Hall in Coaldale at 1830, and. proceed to Lethbridge. Rig of the day: Blues with cream flannels and lanyards. Training: "Annual Inspection." No Cadet will be excused froni the above parade without written permission. Lanyards must be worn at the above parade. The annual inspection of the Corps will take place on the parade of Juce 3, 1946. AU parents and friends are invited to be present for this event. Lieut. N. Phillips. Training Ofticer. for Lieut. H. A. Arnold, R.C.S.C.C., the daily production which is arouzd 10 cars a day. Mrs, Janet Scott Passes on Sunday native of Glasgow. Scotland, i to or the past 35 years a. resident j a! P.E- maks COSESC- j tion with 542 leaving at i for Lethbridge. Effective with this change new ticket oSce hours will be 6 t to 10 week days, and on Sun- days 5 3.U1. to 9 and the and for of Lethbridge, M Janet Cooper Scott succumbed in a city hospital Sundav at the age of 63 years. She v-as born on Nov. 6. 1877. Arriving ir the district in 1907. she toos an active inferest In church and com- munity activities, and was a mem- ber of St. Andrews Presbyterian church. Her husband predeceased her la Lef s. to mourn are two i John of Blairmore and James Lctnbridge; one daughter, Mrs. C. seiborouga. ers. Alec McCormick; of Fernie, Frank McCormick of Montreal. John i McCormick of Glasgow. Scotland, j and four grandchildren. j Funeral services will be neld In Christensen Bros.' chapel at 2 pxn. Tuesday, with Rev. S. Garvin officiating. Interment will be in the Mountain View cemetery, city. We have complete data on Fishermen! See the Goodyear collap- sible rubber boat, com- plete Tsrih oars and oump Barrett BAKDWARS .Valnes of. bnHdins jproperties, hooseboid effects. hire in- creased cocsidersbly. We reconj- that joa review the aamvat at insurance jon carrjingv Be Woe-Insure With ITCS START NEW BUS IN CITY School of Fine Arts. Banff, on Wed- nesday, June 5, at pjn. in the Red Cross rooms. air. Clyde's subjects will be, "The Future of Art in the City of Leth- bridge" and "Art in the Civic Cen- tre." On both these subjects Mr. Glyde is a well-known authority and a large group of interested lis- teners is expected. To Discuss Art Here Wednesday An invitation is extended to all j interested citizens of Lethbridge by the Ladies' Organization for Civic j Improvement to hear H. G. Glyde. AJI.C.A., of the Institute of Tech- nology and Art. Calgary, and BanS CORPULENT KING Charles HI, Roman emperor and king of the west Franks, was known as Charles the Fat. Extended bus service to North i Lethoridge by the municipal transit i system started Sunday. City Man- ager J. T. Watson announced today, explaining that the increased ser- vice was made possible bv the ar- rival of the tenth unit for the city's fleet of buses- Beginning Sundav. he added, the 13th Street North bus route will op- erate every Sunday from 10 ajn. until pjn.. and or. week days from 7 a.m. until. pjn. In the past that route has been in opera- tion only on vcck days and only from 7 a'rn. until 9 p.m. PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all makes of washers and small S3S engines. Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES SERVICE 3I7-8th St. S. Alf Calhoira Bruce Dai-fee RJ3. 15249 TECHNOCRACY INC. presents TED FEARMAN, VANCOUVER, B.C. Authorized speaker for Technocracy Inc. Subject: "Concept for a Continent" A timely and interesting subject at this time of unrest and confusion now prevailing on this continent. Make a date to hear this lecture. TONIGHT 8.30 P.M. YES! WE Per ton. WILL BUY YOUR BONES MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers TRACTOR TIRES, TUBES RIMS complete chanyeovers. Trimbles For Tires 316-llth St. S. 3007 LUMINOUS PAINT paint which glows ia the dark- Useful for dials, photo darkrooms, fishing lures, displays. stgES-sec- 25C -n-fc-. _ __ bottle Commercial Printers and Office Outfitters Ltd. 325-7th St. S. Ffcene 2999 Supina Store News PHONES 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER 3456 FREE DELIVERY KRAFT DINNER, 2 pkgs. for ROMAN MEAL. Per pkg............ PORRIDGE, Jiffy. Per pkg. MACARONI SOUP MIX, choice, 12 oz. pkj...... KRUSCHEN SALTS SALTS, Kkovnh Health Food RUICJ for a duly serving of By the makers of f 'AKER OATS It's a "good morning" -when you crucca your spooa into this mouth-watering break- fast treat... lacily spun from ribbons and ribbons of tempting shredded tcbole ifbfjt toasted golden browa and packed with delicious flavor! Muffets are good for you, too with all the health benefits of whole grain.' And thrifty! Servings cost less than a cent apiece. Get a package today! ;