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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WeatKer CLOUDY, SHOWZM VOL. 160. LETHBKIDGE, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1946 12 PAGES Electrical Storm Cracks Over Chicago 1 S P 1 T P p Q r e vS t Lake Vessels STEAKS FLY AGAWAM. Mass., June 21 steaks on the hoof are on their way to siiis western Massachusetts town. C. Vf. TraveUion ordered 200 beef cattle to be flown here in Herefords to 3 plane. Willie a tornado was lashing Windsor. Ont., and Detroit. Mich., killing 20 persons and doing greas property damage, Chicago was lashed by an electrical storm, a phase of which is shawn here with long streamers of lightning splitting the sky over the winoy city. Strong winds that accom- panied the storm felled trees and billboards, interrupted a baptism when the steeple of the Evangelical church was struck, causing a miner fire. The baptism was completed in the home of the officiating minister. This photo was made at the of the storm. PLAN TO KIDNAP G.B. COMMANDER IN PALESTINE IS NOW REVEALED Jewish Political Head Ap- is for Release of G.B. Officers peals JERUSALEM. June British army headquarters said today it had evidence that Irgnn Zvai Leumi. a Jewish un- derground organization, had planned an attempt to kidnap LL-Gen. Sir Evelyn Barker, British commander-in-chief in Palestine, in addition to sis of- ficers previously seized. The British army also an- nounced it had abandoned the search in the Bucharim quarter of northwest Jerusalem far clues'as to the whereabouts of. the abductors of Maj. H. P. Chadmrk. '.-he escaped the kid- nappers yesterdav, APPEALS FOB RELEASE Moshe Shertok. head of the poli- tical department of the Jewish agency, appealed for the immediate release of the five kidnapped Brit- ish officers, believed to have been abducted, by a Jewish underground organization during disorders which 25 lives in" the turbulent Holy Land in the last Shenok said the abduction of the officers was "lunacy." They were believed to have been taken by Irgun Zvai Leumi, as hostages for two members of that organization now tinder sentence of death. Two other alleged members of the organization were sentenced yesterday to seven-year prison terms by a Jerusalem military court which convicted thefti of illegal pos- session of two Stea guns and a bomb after railway sabotage in southern Palestine last April. MAKES ESCAPE Maj. H. P. Chadwick, who was kidnapped in Jerusalem Tuesday, escaped his abductors by jumping from a window, and then headed a search party sconring the Bucha- rim quarter of northwest Jerusa- lem for five officers seized in Tel Aviv at an officers' club. An official army announcement gave few details, but said Maj. Chadwick was in good health- He was said to have escaped from a building in the Bucharim quarters.. which Highland troops and police cordoned off. Officials denied reports that a British army nurse has disappeared in Tel Aviv and that two British Auxiliary Territorial Service girls had been kidnapped. Arabs Demand Liberty For Grand Mufti; G.B. Criticizes Egypt's Action CAIRO, Egypt. June thousand Arabs gathered for noon prayers at Al Azhar rnosque today heard Ahmed El Sukary. vice-nresidens of the Moslem Brotherhood Association, declare that the refugee Mufti of Jerusalem -should be granted his and will protest to King Parouk. Ahmed El Sukary praised as a "great Arab leader" ihe Mufti who has escaped from France and has been granted sanctuary in Egypt. The speaker took exception Prime Minister Sidky Pasha's state- ment last night that, the spiritual leader of Palestine's Arabs was expected to keep out of controversial political activities while enjoying the Egvptian hospitality traditionallv accorded political refugees. ACTION CRITICIZED BY BRITISH PRESS LONDON. June today sharply ihc action of the Egyptian government in granting sanctuary to the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, contending that his arrival in Cairo not only will heighten difficulties in the Middle East but will adversely influence the outcome of Anglo-Egyptian treaty revision negotiations. Trieste Now Faces Big 4 Agenda PARIS. June The Biy Four foreign ministers, after successfully hurdlin- a major obstacle" by virtually reaching- a compromise on Ital- ian colonies, turned today lo the controversial Trieste key to the Italian peace treaty. In an upsurge of harmony, resulting from yesterday's fruit- ful sessions. the ministers buckled down to the heaviest agenda of their current confer- i ence. i HEAVY AGENDA i Along with Trieste, they must de- icide the enure frontier question the Dodecanese Islands. All in four Brand Named Con- on Monday OTTAWA. June Appointment of Capt. s. Brand of Ottawa as controller of strike-bound lake shipping I companies, was announced to- i day by Labor Minister Mitchell, j Government control of the ships becomes effertJve at 7 ajn. C.S.T.. Monday. June 21. Mr. Justice S. E. Richards of j Winnipeg was simultaneously apoointed a conciliation com- j missioner in an effort to settle the dispute between the Cana- dian Seamen's Union iT.LC.) j and shipping companies. ORDER-IN-COt'NCIL PASSED Mr. Mitchell announced soi-ern- men: control cf the ships in "a com- Jmons statement in the course of which he tabled an cil passed yesterday providing au- thority for government intervention in the 27-day strike which had prac- tically halted lake shippms. He said the order had been pass- ed on to the joint recommendation of Transport Minister Chevner and himself. "I would have been cappier if the action had been unnecessary but this dispute has lasted beyond all reason and is causing serious dis- through Ottawa's" tulip gardens Sandra Garland, who turned toward ,___camera to reveal a striking re- minister. semblance to Winston Churchiii. the stride began May 24 England's wartime prime minister, all the conciliation machinery of xzie blooms, ths finest that the department of_ "it is Je'therland's'' famous tulip nurseries tia-_ produce, are gifts from the Butch _ree- government to the city of Ottawa. attitude of both sides; the stumbling block and Grow Serious Thousands of Acres of Ont. Timber and Bush Threatened i ijjfc CONFIRM VINSON TORONTO. Jun- Bush fires Bared into serious today at scatter- ed points throughout the great of the Manitoba boundary 10 Nonheirii Toronto. Apparently most menacing, j was the cutbreak just of Swastika, small town 75 miles south of Coehrane. This blaze was bcin- fought by liO men and threatened thousands of acres of timber and bush. Far- ther north iu Coehrane district several thousand acres of jack- Pine slush had been burned. Dis- trict forester A. s. Bray at Coehrane said new fires were "ready to explode." RAIN AIDS FIGHTERS Reports to the Ontario lands and forest department showed forest uere directing hundreds of volunteers. lumberworkers.' in Sghtmg the various outbreaks. They were cheered somewhat by. rainfal Thursday which helped 1 levsate :he threat in various sec-! "ions, although the downpour was .bv WASHINGTON. June 21 senate Thursday of Fred M. Kea- tsickv ;o oe chief justice of the Crated States. SavingsBonti For Canada Reveals OTTAWA. June Finanes Minister Ilsley an- nounced today in the commons that a Canada Saviors Bond has been designed to replace both the Victory bond acd the War Savings -certificates as "the government securitv in which iy no means general or soaking. personal saving mar conveni Lightning that accompanied sev-j entlv be invested." his country is not yet reatir j to discuss final terms. i Other problems of the Italian i treaty to be considered are the Aus- trian-Italian frontier and disposal of Italian naval units. The question of Trieste, however. promises to be the most controver- Russia has insisted that the Crop Reports Are Encouraging ALBERTA OUTLOOK IS SATISFACTORY WINNIPEG. June Winnipeg Free Press and the Win- nipeg Tribune said in separate crop reports that prospects for a better- than-average yield in Western Can- ada this year are bright. Ci the three prairie provinces. Manitoba inches, and about 15 per cent of the crop now is 111 shotblade, with 25 per cent heavily stooled and the balance with an average number of stools. About half the province needs rain within a week. Only 20 per important Adriatic port be wjed to Yugoslavia, and Britain. Prance and the United States have maintained that it must remain Italian. four of the conferees concede___ Trieste is ethnically Italian. OPTIMISM RISES The compromise yesterday, when the ministers expressed general ap- proval of a United States prooos'al to delay decision on the colonies for a year during which they would be under four-power controls, and to refer the matter to the United Nations if the four powers could not the government I hare just has minister a copr of a letter from the National War Labor Board providing for the im- mediate introduction of an eight- hour on ships operating on the Great Lakes i and St. Lawrence waterwavs. "We hcpe that through tfce. good offices cf the commissioner a firm agreement will soon be con-! summated between the disputing i parties so that the government COR- ;i j trol csn be Mr. Mitchell said. PREPARE F.D.R. CAIRN ST. GEORGE. N.B.. June of red granite stone for a cairn in memory of Franklin D. Roosevelt near the Roosevelt sum- mer home at Welchpool. Campo- bello Island, has beeji comoieted and 72 hewn blocks have been ship- ped to the island for assembling in agree by that time, gave rise to a time for the dedication ceremony new atmosphere of optimism. BUDGET ON THURSDAY OTTAWA. June (C.P.) Finance Minister Ilsley an- nounced in the commons today the budget would be brought down definitely next Thursday nisrht. He had previously an- nounced he honed it would be brought down Tuesday night. era! storms earlier :n the week was blamed for starting most of the out- i breaks, especially one Sre near Port 1 Arthur. District forester Richard Boultbee at Port Arthur said the rain might help to bnr.g the blazes' in the iakehead area under control PLANES CSED All planes available to the On-' i tano forestry branch at Port Ar- I thur were used to and equipment to head north yesterda. trol over a stretch. West of the j Kenora i breaks entlv be invested." The bonds, to be issued in denominations of SSO. S100. and Sl.OOO, will so on sate this fall when the Ninth Victory JUiaa bond payments are com- pleted and the'salc of War Sav- ings certificates discontinued. FAVORABLE TERMS "The exact rate of interest and the maturity date of these 'Can- -men i the tae mam be favor3Dle than The new bonds will be sold to individuals only and the wartime JAPS ARRIVE SAFELY OTTAWA. June Minister Mitchell announced today in-the commons that the first party of Japanesa being sent from. Can- ada to Japan had arrived safely- ana Fort Frances-out- system of pavr6n deductions will be I r.--y- -erc sau? J2 be compara-' continued. A limit will be placed ti.ely nunor ana these fires were i on the amount an individual znav believed pracucahy under control. hold in bonds, but Mr. Hsiev did But east and north of the iake- not say what it will be. head the situation caused concern, i purchase of the bonds wffl be left Two fires in the Sauls area were entirely to individuals and no being .ought by loO men. Another, dcor-to-door or nersonal sales cov- fire north ci Hemo, east of Heron erage will be undertaken. Bay. was occupying 100 firefighters, i MEET PUBLIC DEMAND j Another 50 men were battling a' "The main purpose which in- blaze in the Blind River area now; fiuenced the government to ex- j reported under control. tend facilities for investment of QUEBEC VILLAGES SUFFER i savings and to create the Canada QUEBEC. June i Savings Bond was to meet existing of three separate Quebec munici- public demand. The government is j palities today were taking stock of i aiso awarE of the value of this i damages. unofficially estimated at of savin? and investment to j more than S300.QOO. caused by ares i of this Mr. 1 --------lay that icft a number scheduled for Dominion Day, July 1. J There were 668 in the first party. is the most in need of rain, but can cent of the territory reports mois- last a week before would set in. Western wheat ranges from four to 18 inches in height, with the average about eight inches. Coarse grains in general are better than average, particularly in" Alberta and large sections of Saskatchewan. Weed growth has been reported from all areas and has become a serious menace in some. The report by provinces: MANITOBA The average height of wheat in the province is eight deterioration ture as satisfactorv. ages slightly better than LACK OF ACCOMMODATION MAY BRING MOVE IN WESTERN COM MAND families homeless and destroyed sections of the towns. No injuries were reported. new bonds will bs available al1 chartered banks, investment dealers, trust companies, and some The most important Sre occur- ocher institutions. red afc St. Celestm. in Nicolet j "Every appropriate means wfll be county, where damages we-e esti- to snform the general public mated at S200.000 from a blaze j of tne availability of the Canada which took seven hours to control Savings Bonds." said Mr. nsley. and left eight families homeless. At Colonie St. Bernard, a smail "I nave no doubt that Canadians wljl sce to the Canada Savinas OUT OF DANGER on For U.S. War Dept. WASHINGTON. June Overriding the budget bureau two major items, the U.S. house of representative appropriations com- mittee-Thursday nearly doubled the army's atomic development fund and chopped SlaO.OO.OOO from its foreign relief allotment. The changes were made in the biggest war department peacetime budget in American the comiuHim sent to the house floor Tor debate.' Soft Coal Prices Up Cents Ton WASHINGTON. June Office of Price Administration to- CALGARY. June since he victoria r.ospital since he became "g- seriously il! while en route from .C? i Vancouver to Victoria on June 6. jMaj.-Gen. Wortnmgton TWO p.o.w.-s STILL SOUGHT Says H.Q. May be Moved j settlement some 250 miles north- Sond a desirable successor to the i east of Quebec. 25 homes of wooden Victory bond, a suitable mesas to construction were wiped out, leav- store UP personal ing 200 persons homeless. of his reported todav. __- I _ ._ Magistrate Sinclair, who suffered i tion is found at Edmonton. inches; with 10 per cea_ _. _. shotblade. Eighty per cent of the j crop shows an average number of' stools, 10 per cent is heavily stooled and the remainder is light. Most a aupcfc. is expected to re-1 crops can carry on for two weeks! turr> to Calgarv home in three without rain, although some points or four weeks, report immediate need of precipita- tion. Conditions are reported as "good" to Calgary CALGARY. Jnae (C.P.) suitable accommoda- at 39 per cent of the points sur- veyed, "fair" at 54 per cent and "poor" at seven per cent. conditions are generally satisfactory with 80 per cent of the points covered report- ing good moisture 19 fair and only one poor. The aver- age height of wheat is about five inches compared with inches at this time last year. RAILWAY REPORTS Crop reports issued separately here today by the Canadian Na- Strikes Grip India Cities Leader Held and Ways dfeclose of other United Workers won in their stuke. The increases range from 10 cents i Of the prairie provinces. Mani- to SI.47 a ton. depending upon the j toba t most in need of rain, par- _ producing district and type of mine.! ticularly in the northern sections, j They boost retail prices about 3 per cent. O.PJV. estimated. Unseasonably cold weather, with sharp frosts reported for the night The Left Hand Corner. Dirty Birdwood Story, Part of the increase was allowed of June 17. has not helped the sit- to offset losses suffered by the uation. The sugar beet crop in the operators during the 59-day strike. I Red river area benefited by rains O.P.A. expects to announce next i jn several districts week a_ price increase averaging SI j Apart from the "cast and central' Thff 1 moisture conditions con- offset anthracite miners' pay raises.] Tic sonlics at! present onlv uhile "the bituminous was- the year, mines are operated by the govern- i ,rair-? and regular precipita- NEW DELHI, June major cities today were in turmoil with demonstrations and striUss protesting the arrest of Jawaharlal Nehru. Congress party leader. Bombay was virtually a dead city as 100.000 millworkers stay- ed" home, the stock exchange and bullion markets closed, walked out of the royal mint, two railway shops eiosed. shopkeepers shuttered their windows and students boycotted university lectures. AH markets in Karachi, Cal- cutta and Madras were closed and in Calcutta the transport svstem was stopped by a strike. SEVERAL INJURED Several persons were injured dur- headquarters of Western Com- mand will be moved to Cal- jrary. Maj.-Gen. F. F. Worthing- teii. C.5_ M3I_ declared Thursday while on a. visit to the city. 1 "If I can't get all (the ac- J commodation) I want in Ed- I monton. I'm coming down I be added. Maj.-Gen. Worthineton also (rave assurance that the future training program r of reserve t units would equal that jnven active service forces. Not only would adequate equipment be provided, but they would get in- creased equipment as they ex- panded their activities. TRAINING FOR DEFENCE "I make no bones about it." he! said, "we are training these fellows i for the defence of their country That's what we've got to do nest time, defend our homeland i The Alaska-Yukon zone was "the Achilles' heel" of North American defence. Gen. rold the i Alberta Mihtarv Institute in the evening when he discussed aspects of continental defence. "He who holds that holes our North America in his hand." he. said. Tiie enemy he defined as "any hostile element who dares to set j foot in Canada." The cause of anv i future uar would be the same as' that of any past war. a clash of' sovereignties. Sea. ice. deserts and rriouniair.s WINNIPEG. June of the eight German pnsoners-of-war who escaped from a -vork camp at Letellier. Man., now have been re- captured. Royal Canadian Mount- ed Police reported last night. Latest to be rounded up were Herman Schmidt and Fretierich Plavec. who were stopped 30 miles south of the American border. The eight men were found missing at the morning roll call Wednesday. No esti- mate 01 damages was available. In the Lotbiniere county town! CONVENTION Government Wins 107-22 Redistribution ,_, _ _ ------------------_ jii> :ting five buildings. ___TO ATOM TEST WASHINGTON. June The United states has invited Tryjjve Lie. secretary-genera! of the United Nations, to witness the atomic bomb demonstration at Bikini. resolutions and national elections occupied dele- gatc? to llth annual 1 cf the Junior Chamber of Coin- merce today with celstrates from all parts of Canada, the United i States. New Zealand and Hawaii in attendance. Discussion groups considered ?uch subjects as com- munity and self-development activi- ties. conference yesterday he turn back the bituminous mines toj Moisture conditions remain favor- 'their owners. able in most of Alberta ex- cept for .sections in the tion for the rest of the season if ing a demonstration in whicn police -_. d .ea, gas a. Madura. soulh ners :he aimlane such Nehru arrested yesterday by Dis'tance no longer authoruies o: the priricelv of -ime development are w we hail in did" "not the MacNutS. area damaged a's coal controller, said the TT .j ii v. ,stor" creases will apply to industrial coal rne-e nrr 1B and Qusbec' Domestic coal i? subsidized or for sections in the extreme most At Cttawa, E. J. Can- south. Isolated reports of weed in- shei festations and worm damage are indicated. Kashmir. He had his OTTAWA. June The bitter battle over the "overnment's plan to change the of commons repre- sentation and increase the mem- bership from 245 to 255 ended last niaht as the far-reaching proposal wan approval bv a of 107-22. Now for study in the senate, the plan was adnntcd after the turn-id down by a 108-12 vote a Progressive Conservative amendment which sou-ht to have the re- ferred to the provinces and another amendment also reject- ed and two others ruled out of order. The was embodied :r. a re- solution 'Ahicri cabled for t.'.e coiii- mor-s ar.d senate Trcm :he British p-trl.ameiy an _____....... arrscndment to the Nor'h defied a ban Canada's most zone, she America Act to gr.e that northern- r J ttmps J O He was making a tour of the front-line trenches when things v.-ere pretty lively, and suddenly one brawny full private near mm shruted: "Duck your head. When he got back" to his headquarters later on. the NEW YORK, June a? he then was. re'ated this inci-1 Uce said a torn, unsigned dent, and a scandalized member of draft of a xull disposing of staff ejaculated: "What did you 4CO.COO estate was'left bcnir.d on do abou- it. To which "Birdie'' j Thursday by Mrs. Geraldine Becket. rrpiieo'. "Do? Why ducked mv 60, v.hen she jumneri or fell irom head. And just in time to be her 10th floor apartment in the missed by a Greenwich Village area of Manhat- It was this attitude of tolerant' tan. good humor towards his Diggers j Mrs Becket was the widow of a thit made "Birdie" so thoroughly Canadian-born chemist and metal- pcpular with ail ranks. He knew i lurgist, Frederics M. Becket. one- thc Aussies inort unorthodox president of both the Amen- HOTEL BLAST KILLS THREE IN TEXAS DALLAS, Jqne At least three persons were killed and scores injured here toda> in an explosion at the Baker hotel. Several of the injured were believed near death. The explosion shook the cen- tral downtown business district. It was unofficially believed to have been caused by an explod- ing boiler and' ammonia fras from shattered pipes in the air conditioning system. portion ci India to defend for an thoush traiel ov increase the of No-.a Abdullah and others accused ground Txas in summer. Scotsa by on? Quebec by of sedition sn connection with a The lafc? south of the Ontario by one British Co.um- recent abortive "revolt" against the ren Lands, provided airficJd.s fcia by Manitoba ar.c Sas- niararajah. Sir Kar; Sir.gh. m winter In this latter %iere katchcwan vioulc lose a scat each. Nehru president-designate of the nch of radium, essential NEW BASIS j -iva! Congress party and president to atomic oil ar.a the of the peoples states DANGEROUS ZONE reprcser.-ation would be conference of which Abdullah is a The AlasSa-Yu'-con z-or.c wuld be with present in i member, was reported still in extremely dangerous :r> the har.as Fnnce 4 Nova niir but reports conflicted whether cf an enemy it had manv Scotia 33 12-; Brur.-'a.'.k 10 he had been released from custody, military "great air- Military officials Selds. huts and nobody there." the Punjab-Kashmir frontier, Wnitehorse was partscuiarlv im- said they were jr.formed Nehru was portant because it provided released but did not where the sea and the m'enor. A'a-ska's oil fctoer lines paS5ed he was A dispatch from Snnagar, _. Kashmir capital, said the Congress through It. Farther down the coast. b Pnr.ce Rupert could easily be iso- UNDER SOVIET CONTROL TEHRAN, June offi- leader was .til- detained. REACH STALEMATE Mas-em and Congress party cif- ferenct-s over representation in the proposed interim government unresolved as botn Congress and j Moslem working committees ad- journed indennitely leaving the constitutional negotiations in stale- mate. The Moslem League working com- lated. could Vancouver ar.o Victoria attarkecs from tne fen anrt Manitoba !6 Quebec 73 '65'. Oriwr'.o S3 war. Alocrta IT Columbia. 13 ar.c Yukon 1 'It. Tne amtr.cmer.t, was ba cc or. ine areu- tner.t thai tr.e could to ihe conilstiJt.rn .he Fraser Canvon in- with (no could be SENTIMENTAL VXLL'E IT-.e :his con- would in matters of general intercourse, can Institute of Mining and the cial of the Iranian state railways mittee adjourned because its de- j Metallurgical Engineers and the said that railways in Azerbaijan J mand for an advance pictuie of the THE LEFT HAND Electrochemical Society. He died province f till are in control of the distribution of portfolios .n the m- (Commued on Page Four.) 'Dec. 1, 1942. 'Russians. _ tcrim government had not been met.' WINNIPEG, June 'C.P.) of a hardy clan of High- landers, Angus MacClotid of Winnipeg has troubles. His no- tice on a local bulletin board reads: "Lest: One SIO bill, be- tween Fort and Garry streets. Sentimental value." Crtcit srcup air bat sale: thc-> for the main motion if the arr.er.c- mer.t lost. I Governmert supporters. by Justice Minister St. Laurent, argu- ed that the general authority chc; not cierne us power from the pro- vir.ces. Thus did not neec to ob- tain their cor-fer.t to constitutional amendment when the change ciicj not concern them directly. NEWS BULLETINS TROOPS MASSING ON ITALIAN BORDER BELGRADE. June Belgrade newspaper today published an "official" statement that five British warships had berthed in Trieste harbor and that British and United States troops were mas.-ins on the demarcation line. JEEP ACCIDENT FATAL TO OFFICER IN CALGARY CALGARV. June Lieut. C. L. Black. 2S. of Lord Slralhcona died in the Colonel Belcher here today as a result of jeep accident injuries at Currie Barracks Thurs- day afternoon. He was returninz to Currie Barracks from the city dunns a rain-storm when his jeen skidded on a freshly oiled stretch of road and overturned in a dilch. NO COMPLAINT AGAINST ACCOMMODATION EDMONTON. June Western Command headquarters have no complaint against their present accommodation in Edmonton. a. snokesman for Maj.-Gcn. F. F. Worthington. officer commanding Western Command, said today. Gen. Worthin'ton had said in Calvary jestcrday that "unless suitable accommodation is found at Edmonton, headquarters of Western Command will be moved to FOREST FIRE REPORTS SAID EXAGGERA1ED TORONTO. June Frank MacDoujall, Ontario deputy minister of lands and forests, today described as "sreallv exasccrated" the reports of the menace from forest fires burning in Ontario's vast northland. ARREST REVEALS HIDDEN ARMS CACHE JERUSALEM. June police today arrest- ed S. SwerdSoff. works manager of the Palestine potash plant On the ncrth shore of the Dead Sea. Arrest followed discovery of con- siderable quantity of arms hidden in the cOmDany's concesMOn area. A British officer has been arrested in connection with the death of Abram Rosenberg. 35-yeai'-old Jew shot Wednesday in Tel Aviv. CALGARY AREA LASHED BY WIND. HAIL AND RAIN CALGARY. June wind and rain storm, combined with heavy hail in sowe areas, swept out of the KJver va'Jey in the Coehrane district Thursday afternoon. It struck Calgary about 3 p.m. with rain in the downtown area and heavy hail on the aorth- fringe of the city, as the storm travelled and south. A PFI? H R C H1V E T i -i i.X 358 s 5 9 aoa ;