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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE POLLS OPEN TELL 8 O'CLOCK IN MONEY BYLAW VOTE Civic cf drew the attention of Leth- kridfe property owners the fact that cast bal- lots until S Tuesday evening in the trotiug being held today on a authorizing Ibe issue of worth of de- bentures to finance construction of storm sewers. Polis are located at school for burgesses ia North bridge, white owners of property oa the south side vote at the city halL More than 3.50G citizens are eligible to cast ballots, ownership of prop- erty being the ceoes- sarv to vote on 3 money bylaw. White psUs opened at. 9 a total of only se-ven ballots had been cast on the north side until noon and 50 the city hail. Hostels Open For P.O.W. Laborers Kve hostels are prisoner of now in operation manpower pools for district fanners and another four are so be estab- lished charily, the Herald learned todav from official sources. The hostels which are in opera- tion are functioning near Springs. Coaldale, Stirlin Iron Park Peart Honored On Retirement John T. Peart, well-known resi dent of Letlibndge for many has retired after serving as care- taker of the local court house building for 34 years. Has retsre- ment became effective this s and he plans to ihe city his shortly to lake up resi- dence at the Pacific eoasi. Honoring him on his retirement Lake and Magrath. The others are to be established near BaroweU. Turin. Welling and White School. Prisoner of war labor is also available to fanners from the large camp near this city. The workers are availaole for farm work, beet work asid to tend vegetable canning crops. Comparatively small numbers 01 captives have been taken from the camp and hostels thus far in. this. "rowing season but the daily num- ber is steadily increasing as bees thinning becomes generaL 450 an Farms It !s learned that 4aO German prisoners of war are living on farms oa which they are employed in Southern Alberta, and that about 1.200 will form the manpower pools at the hostels and local camp. Notwithstanding repoi'ts from Ot- tawa that 4.000 Polish soldiers are to be brought to Canada from Brit- ain to work in sugar beet fields of Ontario, Manitoba and Alberta to replace an eoual number of pris- oners of war in beet fields who "are being moved overseas to work in the United Kingdom." it is stated that uresent plans call for the op- eratio'n of hostels with prisoner of labor until after the 1946 beet harvest is completed. after long service, his felkra- wora- ers in the" court house building last presented Mr. Peart THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN TO SPEAK HERE Cloudburst On ]outts Line TAXI OPERATOR IS FOUND GUILTY City police- arc continuing their orive againss taxi operators using lor livery purposes automobiles which, carry private license pUi.es, a second conviction for such an in- fraction being secured by them within a week. Convicted in city police court on Tuesdav morning on a charge of unlawfullv a livery vehicle without having a certificate to op- erate that machine as such, "William L. Lazarick of Lethbridge was fined and S6 costs. He pleaded not; guilty- Police testified that when they stopped him driving two soldiers to the prisoner of war camp as pas- sengers in a privately-licensed car. the taxi operator stated he was TIS- incr that particular auto to accom- modate the soldiers as the cabs were busv. A conviction for a similar viola- tion was secured last weefc. club bag. the presentation being nude by Sheriff J. H. Fooks. Two New Wells Started In South Okalta Oils Ltd.. long-time active operator and oil producer ia the Turner Vallev field, has embarsed oa an os! and gas exploration pro- gram in the Keho Lake area, on the southwest Albena plains, where j nresence of oil and gas was indicat- ed at a well drilled between 1930- 33 The company's initial well. Ok- alta-Keho No. I, has been staged in the SB 10 acres of Lsd. 1 16-11- 22w-th. one and a quarter miles east of ihe old well which obtained the showing. Hudson Bay-Keho i Okalta is now installing a new National 50 rotary rig purchased by the company, and expects to spud in shortlv. Drill Sear Stirling- Imperial Oil has commenc- ed" drilling at a new Madison lime- stone test in. the Stirling area, on the Southern Alberta plains, it was announced this week. The new ven- ture, Imperial-Stirling No. 2. is located in Isd 13-7-20w4th, adja- preparations and beauty aids to keep your coiffure look- ing lovely in spite of vacation sun, wind, and swimming. MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331 5th St. S. Phone 2205 414 13th St. X. Phone 3445 Money For Loans on selected city property. Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate Loans cent to the Lethbridge-Coutts C-P.K- railway line. Site is four miles northwest of the town of Stirling. is about 10 miles southeast of the city of Lethbridge. It is four miles west of the Imperial-Stirling No. 1, a wildcat carried to the De- vonian in 1S45, with encouraging but not commercial oil showings in the Madison, lately completion depth of the new venture will be around feet. The Stirling No. 2 was spudded in at pan., May 18 set inches surface pipe at 180 feet, and was making hole on Mav 30 at feet. The well, is located on a large block of C-P-R- rights held by Imperial ia the Leth- bridge-Stirling-Eayniond area. Prevent Another War Church Aim tfntil all responsible government heads are made to realize that tne measure of a nation's true greatness is the sniritual stature Oi. its people, rather than its physical re- sources, there can be no end to the conflict between materially mental forces that precipitatea World War n, the Christian Science board of directors told the annual meeting of tie Mother Church, the First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston, Mass., Monday- The time has come, the directors affirmed, when representatives of all social and religious systems are being called upon to give something more convincing than promises preachments, and paganisnc pa- geantries to sustain the faith o their fellows, and to provide for a lasting peace. If these system are to survive declared the official spokesmen o the world embracing Christian Science movement, they mus "funush proof that the ideals fo which thev stand can be made o practical use in advancing the cul tural, economic and spiritual w-el fare of the race. "The supreme duty of statesrne: and churchmen at this crucial hour is to use every means at their com mand to nrevent another world con flict and to bind up the unheale wounds left bv the last one. -This is not time for them to re sort either to subterfuge or aggres sion as a means of extending th political influence of any church :or the statement said. REV. G. C. FERRY Christian Missionary to French Indo China will be the special speaker at a missionary rally at the Missionary Alliance Tabernacle. 702-2nd Avenue South, city. June 5 to 9. Mr. Ferry will show inter- esting sets of slides on french Indo Cnina and its people. Retiring Rail Worker Honored Honoring J. Dormer on the oc- casion of his retirement from active service with the Canadian Pacific Railwav as section foreman, a large group "of officers and fellow em- rioyees met at a buffet lunch and ocial last Saturday evening. J M. Campbell, division engineer serving- as chairman, addressed the meeting briefly and in paying tnb ute to the honored guest, made note f ihe fact that he had served the jompany very efficiently particular v during the difficult period of the war A" presentation of a handsorn and contents was made tc Mr former and Mrs. Dormer, who was unable due to illness to attend. was he recipient of a fine handbag con aining a contribution from the gath ering which will enable her to pro care a wheel chair. Mr. Conner i raaking his replv stated that: metr ones of his days on "the road" would -emain with Him for a great many A. Wheeler, S. Kirby. A. Mon- fcObetti and W C. Lewis also spoke a the sathering during the evening. Sntertainment was provided by E. -Wilson Kew and Charlie Borland. For Safety's Sake Never NEGLECT your Brakes, Steering, Lights, Tires, Horn For your protection as well as others, these should always be in FIRST CLASS CONDITION LET US CHECK THEM FOR YOU NOW Beny Chevrolet-OldsmobUe Ltd. TWO DOWNTOWN LOCATION'S Main Garage open 7 ajn. to midnight, Monday to Saturday C.P.R. Engineer Quits Service A rain of burst proportions washed away a section of track between War- ner and Milk Kiver on Monday afternoon, the C-P.K- general office here reports. A two-homr rain fell at Cowley overnight. Weather ia the south of the province generally clear and calm, with temperatures around above. Rain in Taber Area (HNS) rain fell in the Taber area June 3 when ,10 was recorded and the precipi- tation was heavier west of Bam- well. Rain also fell south of Purple Springs. The Travers Enchant Lomond area, also Retlaw. got a soaking. There are no reports of hail damage. Showers At Pincher PIXCHER In- termittent heavy showers continued the Pir.clier area over the week- end accompanied by thunder storms. Several heavy showers were receivec on Monday morning and afternoon. The rains are uarm and growth ot grass and grain has been raptd dur- ing the past two weeks. Large Volume Of Wheat In Store HUNDREDS VIEW INSPECTION OF LETHBRIDGE SEA CADETS The largest holding since 1939- million bushels of wheat, the balance of the crop in the; Lsihbridge railway division, was ui, stcrs ia elevatcrs ar.d fanners OIT.S the Lt. Hugh ly complimented for the proficiency they showed during their assaal in- spection Monday evening by LJ- H. S. Square of Calgary, oSicer com- raaruUng TecSmssa. The inspection, held In the barracks grounds ar.a lasting; an hoiir and a half, was witnessed bj" husdrsfis of officer as of Hay n. stated the C.P.R. re- pcrs for last month. Since th? ficning of the crop year. 27 nnllion bushels of and one znsUion bushels of other Sugar Factory 2583000 basnels c' wheat and 272.000 bushels of PipnlC JUIlC 7 ether grains, with f aimers holduis 2.7J9JQC0 bushed of wiieai Sl.OOO bushels of other grains. Sgaare took the march past during review aaa out-ictc to cadcta ceHent tyaiaing they were here and its potential value to thev decides! to make a career el or other branches or use armed forces. He placed an espe- cially great value on their to accept discipline. Folio-snag the inspection om- were enwrtained a is beiax shipswci at. tbe race: will held an 40 cars a. day Lake en Jane i cars a oaj. 3rd 'ajn-iies are FORMER BARNWELL j S SSS MAN LAID TO REST HERE Needs Of Youth To Be Studied A move 10 brins Ja 'i teacher of advanced r" was smriieci by the executive of the photo: Herald E, H- COOK With than forty years of railroading behind him. Engineer H. Coo's, of Lethbndse retired Retiring From Railway Service Conductor Angus W. Hoy of Leth- bridge. who has worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway for ihe past 30 years, retired from the com- panv's service effective June 1. Mr. Roy started with the C-P.R- as a. trainman at Lethbridge on September 12, 1916. He was set up as a conductor in September 8.1930. Ijsthbridge has been his home term- ina1 for practically all of his service: Mr. aby is an old timer in the city, son a pioneer family. as to the sterling character deceased was heard with. Asplur.d officiating. i Construction Is activitv hare has sstcack as a re- Lethbr.cge. so that the courjdl may have a basis for future acuca-___ The executive adopted a sugges- tion that. clubs and other c'iv oTsarUzations be sent, a nionta- Iy infcfrnatior. letter industing pro- jects under discussion b? the cora- aiunity ccuncil. Mrs- M. ParSt: appeared belore the executive the seed of the type of Ttoun vears later was running an. ermine out of the "Hat. Moved to Leth- bridse IB be has been running out of here ever since. No Accidents rs his many years of service tion. This Pays Tribute To Lieut-Col. Hale In the last phase of retirement from the active army. L-t.-Col. K. VTalter Hale. M.C-. EJ3- received commendation and thanks from Colonel T. E. Snour, District Officer Commandtaar Military District 13 to1- the efficiencv he showed during his senice as Edmonton sub area commander. The officer was at one time a member of the staff of the Lethbridge post office. IP paving tribute to the services of Colonel Hale, the district officer commanding said, "L-t.-CoL Hales retirement from the army, which takes place today, will be sincerely regretted by ail ranks who have had the soecial privilege of serving with him During the time that he has been commandant of the Edmon- ton area he has built a valued" repu- tation for himself and for the army. he has served so faithiuuy for 35 years. "In the six months, that i in the district. I have relied upon Colonel Hale in many His conscientiousness, efficiency and lovalty have been a great inspira- tion to me. "The best wishes of all in Mili- tary District 13 will go with him for the future." Signed, Col. T. E- Snow, O.C.. M.D. 13. Upon his retirement. Lt-Col. Hale will make his home in the Gull Lake area. Obituary death occurred on he has operated nearly all of the different classes of engines. He is proud and happy about his record of no accidents, and of the fact that he has -never killed anyone" Impressive Services For Mrs. H. W. Meech o S" lugustin's Anglican church was well filled Monday afternoon in his many years of service Having lived in this pan country for over forty years. Mrs. Cook, are now going to live at j o: Alberta Trade Board To Meet The annual general meeting of the Alberta Board of Trade and Agriculture, to be held in Red Deer on Wednesdav, June 12. is an event that should excite the interest of the business mea and agriculturists of every town and village of tne province. Vf. T. Hill of Lethbridge is a vice-president' of the organiza- annual event provides an opportunity for the inter-change of ideas between urban and rural com- munities that is not offered other- wise. Some 40 local boards of trade are identified with the Alberta board, and this year every centre in the province, whether affiliated or not, is being invited to send delegates. A feature of the meeting will be a luncheon in the Buffalo hotel. Red Deer, at which C. Gordon Cockshutt. president of the Cana- the recent activity of the Leth- j dian Chamber of Commerce of Montreal will be guest speaker. at funeral services for die late Mrs. H. W. Meech. whoss death occurred walkout the end of iass month building permits issued here arrounted little more trian 000 or onlv a fifth of the value earlier in the month. lass Friday aftemoon. Several CJTV j work undertaken be- .nnrl ______ conuriues years the coast. They have sold their home here and plan, to move to Rock. B.C. Their three children are scat- tered across the Dominion. Mrs. Fhvllis Matthews, the only daugh- terl cow resides in Montreal; Gor- don Cook, who left the city early in 1939 to join the and who served throughout the entire war, now lives in Vancouver, while Allan Cook, the other son, who joined the R.C.N.V.R. and also served through- out the latest world conflict, at present lives in Calgary. INSPECT CALVES OF CLUB MEMBERS A tour of inspection in which calves of club members were visited J Meech was held, m the community. _ The Rev. L. L. Grant assisted by the Rev. Vivian Lord of Vulcan, j floated, with, interment taiicg place in Mountain View cemetery, Lethbncge, j Members of the Nursing Mission; board attended in a body, and re-, in the history citv council ascl Coui'.try Club were present. Pallbearers were: Dr. M. son. W. M. Edwards. Fred E. C. E. Davis, A. 3. nogg. and H. Collier. Marun Brcs. were funeral directors. standpoint of building Building Permits :irst five months of t_____issue of building per- amounted w com- in the corre- May this ,270 last; among the permits !s- vear were XOS for new buildings. The latest sued this resident lssued for the construction Sunday: 9 a.ra. to Midnight Phone 4O5S for service Tuesday in a local hospital of the late Mrs. Annie Brerner Petne. wiie of William Petrie of HS 20th street north, at the age of 61 years, fol- lowing an illness of six months. She was born on January 27. 1879, in Forfar, Angus. Scotland, and ar- rived in Lethbndge m 31913. She ha'd since been affiliated with the Presbyterian church here. In addition to her husband, she is mourned by three sons, William of Trail. B.C.; David and Norman of Ijethbridge: two daughters. Mrs. F. M. Ivens in the U.S.A.. and Mrs. W. Bennett of Shaughnessy: one brother and one sister in Scotland. Martin Bros, are in charge of funeral arrangements which are de- ferred pending arrival of relatives. New Application By Beer Dispensers Tlie wage dispute, between bever- age disoensers and notel operators in Calgary. Medicine Hat, Drumhel- ler and Crow's .Nest was thrown back into the lap of the Regional War Labor Board by the national board. This announcement prompted suspension, of negotiations between the union and Caigary hotelmen. A new application will be made to the regional board immediately, anti when a ruling is given the negotia- tions will be resumed. In the mean- time the hotelmen will make ap- plication for reduction, of the work week from 43 to 44 hours with the take-home pay. subject to ad- bridge Junior Calf Club, northern section, which is sponsored by the j Kiwanis Club of the city. After the tour a picnic lunch was enjoyed at Park; Lake. A judging contest followed with three classes of the Lethbridge Xonhem herd of Aberdeen Ansus being used for placemen! pur- poses. Members were given in- struction in judging beef animals, and then were called upon to place them according to merit. This tour and judging competi- tion was a preliminary TO the annual calf club show and sale to be held at the fair grounds on July 3. Random -B? CHRIS Rhymes residences were secured by. also showing values, and addresses where homes are to be btalt: Maurice Kirby. S6.000. 823 Eighth Street. South: Carl W. Erickson. So 000 332 Seventh Street South; I John Kazikolf. S5.0QO. 731 12th i Street C Xorth: George Gyuricza, 612 Ninth Avenue South. ganized. At present three girls make trips to Calgary vanced violin lessons, she said, ana many other children in. the at.. would like to go but are unable to pay their way. It was suggestea that some "snd of a subsidy would help the situation. A resident in- ___ stractor could assist, in. building f rosi I svmphonv orchestra, see thought. "Alec Harper suggested that a sys- tem of musical scholarships would take care of deservin? cases whera students with talent were Snanciaby straitened and unable to their studies. The :naKer of sett'n? up a. hostel in LetShndse for was referred to the research committee lor in- vestigation and report. __ The plea of the Gua- isg and Soaring Club to sponsor a COVE' organization similar to own with the financial backing of the community council will be held in abevacce pending return of the questionnaire forax indicating in- terest ;a this matter. it was decided to ofter the caatr- manship of the ars, music and drama committee to A- K. Putlar.d. orgarust-choirniasier of ster church. City, District Dentists To Hear 'Varsity Man A dinner meeting of Lethbndge and district dentists, is to be ad- inthe ruling or on completion of negotia- In Police Court Herman HeinsTies of no fixed abode was remanded in custody un- til Thursday morning after plead- ing not guiltv in city police court tcdav Tuesday, to a charge of giving Ronald Day Chief, local Indian, an intoxicant. The Indian was fined S5 after ad- mitting being intoxicated. R. Imeson of LeUibridge drew e, fine of and S5 costs after plead- ing Andrew Stnaaton to she managership on the latter's retirement at the beginning of this month. Since beinc discharged from the armed forces, Mr. Lynn had been veterara' officer with the local employment oSices. The Cateili fastball club will hold a practice tonight, 'mesdav. ac 7 n.rn. on the Tenth "Avenue Nortn ball grounds. Sveryoce is re- quested to turn out. ATTENTION! TENNIS PLAYERS We have just received A direct shipment of "BENTLEY" RACQUETS to Morris Barrett HARDWAKE FARMERS Crops that hail ate hard to insnre. Place your hail insarance TBHT. Be Wise, Insure With JOINS RADIO STAFF Formerly connected with staUoa CPAC in "Calgary. Eckersley recently joined the staff of CJOC here. ROY'S DELIVERY BAGGAGE AND ALL LIGHT TRUCKING FOR PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Phone 3959 Roy Westtnan Bill Warren TRACTOR TIRES, TUBES RIMS complete chanjeovers. Trimbles For Tires 316-llth St. S. Phone 2007 NOTICE TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS THE STAR MARKET 401 SECOND AVE. S. WILL BE CLOSED Today till Saturday for renovations Re-open Saturday morning, June Sth ATTENTION FRIENDS Be sore and hear a lectare sponsored by The British Israel Association of Greater Vancouver IN THE Y.M.CJL, LETHBRIDGE ON WEDNESDAY EVENING June Sth at p.m. By The Rev. Conrad Gaard of Tacoma, Wash. His subject will be "The Image of the Beast in the World Today" Ttis Is a very interesting subject for ail who are interested in the Bible and prophecies concerning our present, limes. ADMISSION FREE COLLECTION ALL MAKES OF Washing Machines Repaired Delay in having your washer overhauled may mean costly repairs later on. j Phone 4054 to have your machine picked up, overhauled, and delivered for only parts extra. We specialize in BEATTY home appliances and use only genuine BEATTY parts. ALL WORK GUARANTEED and done by factory-trained mechanics. WASHER SALES SERVICE 409-Sth St. S., Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 40S4 YES! WE Per ton. WILL BUY YOUR BONES MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreclcers Prompt, Efficient WATCH REPAIRS Our enlarged staff of expert are at your service. Most work can be completed m onlv three days. Satisfaction guaranteed. Bring your watch or clock in today. Harry Wheeler Son Jewellers Kresge PAINT UP AND FOR BEST RESULTS USE MONARCH PAINT MADE RIGHT HERE IN ALBERTA FOR OUR OWN CLIMATIC CONDITIONS ASK TOUR LOCAL DEALER FOR COLOR CARDS OR WRITE DIRECT TO THE DISTRIBUTORS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE BUILDING SUPPLIES COMPANY LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 3663 ;