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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1946 Banquet At Marquis Provincial Convention Of Army And Navy Veterans Here lliis Week-End The annual provincial convention of the Armv and Navr veterans will held in this weefcecd. Uatil some six years ago the con- vention was usually held annually In Calgary. Since that time it has been held alternatively in the cities of SdUnKitoa. Calgary and Leth- bridge. Officers of the provincial command and delegates from the units, will be in attendance. The business sessions will be held In the concert room of the local unit. Officers and delegates will arrive Friday and Saturday, and the main business session will com- mence at 9 ajn. Sunday morning and mil continue through the day and carry oa through part of Mon- day. Mayor A. W. Shackleford will open the proceedings with an ad- dress of welcome oa Sunday morn- ing. Other speakers will Include G. 'Shirler. Canadian Legion president, and D. E. Elton. K.C-: C- MUler and W. Aitken. welfare office officials. Should time allow a trip has been arranged to the local Experimental Farm when officers and delegates will be conducted through the grounds and the various operations of the Experimental Station ex- plained. Convention Banquet A banquet has been arranged in the Marquis hotel for Monday when officers, delegates and wives and members of the local executive and their wives will occupy two dining rooms. R. S. president of the local unit, will preside at the banquet. Mrs. K. S. Lawrence will be hostess to tiie ladies and will be assisted by the president and executive of the local Indies' Aux- iliary. Invited guests and speakers at the banquet will be Brig.-Gen. J. S. Stewart. G. Shirley, president of the Canadian Legion; the Rev. Ffcther Griffen, the Rev. L. L% Grant. Gordon Irisby, Lethbrldge Brewery manager, and D. H- Eton, K.C. The convention faces much busi- ness relating to post-war problems of tha returned service man includ- ing manT resolutions concerning the Act, Housing Act, Pen- sion Act end others as they affect the rehabilitation of the ex-service -man. The "zombie" question wil also come under discussion and wil no doubt be the subject of several resolutions. The election of officers will also place during this convention when the provincial president, pro- vincial secretary-treasurer and pro- vincial vice-Dresident will be elect- ed for the "ensuing term. At the three years ago held in >thbridge. Comrade Frank Mues was elected as provincial president. The presidency is BOW held by Comrade H. Lynn of Edmonton. SecretarY-treasurer is comrade A. C. HopVood, also of Edasontoa. Ccai-ade Harold Mclaughlin of Lethbridge js at present holding the posiuca of provincial vice-pre- sident. BATHING CAPS 50c McCAFFREFS DRUG STORES 331 5th St. S. Phone 2205 414 13th St. N. Phone 3445 THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEYIM Cam Burke Named Hockey Manager Veterans Claim Being Deprived Of Civk Vote Lethbridfe returned men mnd n-omea. irfac. through no fault- of their own not repatriated be- fore the end of November. IMS. are complaining that they are being deprived of their franchise in 1946 civic elections. Numbers of returned men and iromen are zpplyicg daily to have their names placed on the 1946 voters' list. Tbese applications, it is claimed, are being refused because they have nor had continuous resi- dence here since November of last year. Many of them have voted aa lethhridge's civic elections for many years and intend to cononue to reside in this city permanenUv. But because of Having served I during the Second Great War they are denied the privilege of express- inz their views in cine affairs a rear and a half e.ter tiie end of Hostilities, it is stated. The aggrieved ex-service people are asking that some action be taken to rectify this situation. Show Artillery At South Points Bound for southern Alberta points for display d.uring stampede cele- bratiocs, a convoy of twenty-two military vehicles Calgary Wed- nesday morning. At the request of the exhibition directors in Clares- holm. Macleod and Blainnore for I array panicipation. the "circus" of guns and vehicles are travelling by road to the town celebrations. Led by a white jeep and six motorcycles, the army column lefE Currie Barracks after being in- spected by its officer commanding, jor C. E. Murdoch. CAM BCRKE Cam Burke. -R ell-known hockey and former star of the Cal- f __, _ gary Stampeders and" Lethbridge Maple Leafs, has been appointed manager of the Lethbridge senior team. Gordon Frisby, manager Lethbridge Brewerie-' of an- nounced this morning. Mr. Burke has already commenced his new duties." A. orolific scorer during most his senior playing days. Cam Burke at one time led the Alberta Senior League in scoring and was several times a member of the league's All-Star team. He is married and lives in Lethbridge. For the past few vears he has been employed by the local brewery. Hail Insurance INSURE NOW PAT NEXT FALL Bowman Agency Inmranoe Heal Estate Loans Canada Life Award to Lomas units lu Alberta includes two 3- inch mortar (Bren) carriers, two jeeps towing 6-pounder anti-tank guns, two artillery 25-pouaders and tractors, two 40 mm Bofors anti- aircraft and tractors, a "Staghound" armored car and six special-pur- i pose army trucks. George Lomas, right, receiving the Canada Life Assurance Company's award from General Manager B. C. GUL Signal honors cama to George and since re-entering the province Lomas, manager of the Canada Life! half a million dollars of loans have company is larm i com- j UA. t-Ait VSt. I .in VtCii ,JL M. V j Company for Alberta and j been made. >can. and former district i f ul that th _ at Lethbridge, when EC a J the way for a return to banquet in Calgary Tuesday 'eve- i mortgage lield by the loan iiing he was presented with, the pames. president's annual award for too' "Alberta fanners have mace a efficiency in ooeration of his branch great record IB cleaning up their in competition all the com-! debts during the past few years." pany's branches in both Canada, and said Mr. Gill- "3ut the tune will United Stares. The presents- 1 come as older farmers sell and new LET'S CO WESTERN Calling all Lethbridge folk! up" for the Leibbrldge Rodeo next week. Ilie commit- tee would like businessmen to get into cowboy especially ten- gallon hats. "Let's go is the call until alter the big celebration. It is hoped the city. too. will be colorful with flags and bunt- ing for the rally and rodeo. To Members Calf dob Show And Sale Wffl jBe Held July 2-3 At Fair Grounds The Krwanis CalT. acy other articles yea KXt need Ciub show and sale will be held at carp for yoar calves and prepare the Fair Grounds here July 2 sbo-r. 2 good 3. Special instructions have been' baiter to help TO-JT look sert to club members regarding the best. and Handling their Hay be provided re- of the cays of the fair. Tbese are: qnired. bat rcembrs are advised possible, to bring tfce tvpe of j as :o_o Orchard Help Urgently Needed red and placed in their peas before j fore the show. A litnle sheep dip added S P-m. I to the- wash water win help sut tfae Memb-rs will take their calves w> skin and hair :a ?cod eocditioa. IS. 3i- Suras Stockyards. Jmsaedatelv the feet of ywir sJnzle calf are bad. of the Pair Grcnnds. weigh cahes. obtain official weight, _________, m! cartn? for vour h.s !ast crCrical ceriod. Measure snd provide scree tioa was made by P. C. Gill, gen- fanners come along to buy them Wednesday. i rvionoerai- nf Trk_ Tnsrvz Tn thlffir Demands for the immediate re- moval of two members of the Ai- berta Workmen's Compensation Board. Chairman C. C. Cook and Alfred Farrallo, were seat to Pre- mier E. C. and J. I-ander- you. Lethbridge member of the legislature, bv coal miners of this field following their rally here but the directors "Not Guilty" On Threatening Count Mike Stinkowy appeared before Magistrate A. Beaumont, K.C., in citv police court on Thursday morn- ing on three counts. He pleaded gtnltr to being iiitoricated and was fined S20 end costs. A plea of "not guilty" was enter- ed to a charge of threatening Mrs. Bessie SUaSowy by saying "111 lall you and Burchak." On. a charge of damaging property of Michael Bur- dbak to a value of more than. he elected for summary trial and entered a plea of "not guilty" Accused was relrased on. his own recognizances until Friday morning, promising the court that he would consume no intoxicants in the meantime. Heavy Rains In Some Districts Heavy rains fell on the Macleod and Aldersyde subdivisions, accord- ing to a weather report from the Lethbridge divisional offices of the CPJX. Thursday morning. North and west conditions were cloudy with temoeratures around 52 de- grees above. No rain was indicat- ed south and east, conditions being partly cloudy with light west winds and temperature about 54 degrees above. Rain At High River HIGH RaiB. starting early Thursday morning. is continuing through the morning with heavy skies and chilly winds. Warm weather and sunshine are present need. The present rainfall had brought total moisture since May 1 to more than seven inches. SAFETY MEETINGS A series of safety meetings have been held on. the Ijethbrioge rail- way division at various points dur- ing the week with the object of pro- moting greater care during the hours of employment. lassrucnon- films were" shown to railway per- sonnel, with W. J. Pescud. district safety agent, presiding. eral manager of ironto, who Bert Gooch Mr. Gill Lethbridge. tween couver. They have been in the West attending the western con- vention of company representatives at Banff, and they were loud in their praise of Mr. Lomas. Mr. Gill told the Herald that the comcany is back in the Alberta loan field. A Hedciiff .._ i Thurscay morrw.g was found guilty _ ta-rative feed such as bran or _ of con-suppcrt of his wzfe and i seed meal. Beoort any disorders to child and sentenced to two months fa order thas in jail by Magistrate A. Beaumont., jnav jjg provided. 1 K.C. The court the raau. Tjesr-e-nber 'hat aH cacaot stronglv to support his family on cischarge prison. I Evidence of the wife informed die couri tnas sne married the accused in Scotland three years ago. They i have one daughter two years old, 1 and she a now seven months' pregnant. In April her husband haa 1 abandoned her and had since sent her only S6. Eer parents had agreed to pay her passage back to Sect- WHITE SIDE WALLS Improve the appearance of your car. Metal, -white enamel disks, will not scratch or rub the curb. Trimbles for Tires BAXK CLEARINGS TJFP This week year 316 llth Street Sontfe Phone 2007 companv. To- out when mortgage loans will J two montlis at hard labor in Leth- the west is much, more stable to- day than ever it has been and would be a much, better loaning risk." GOOD RESPONSE TO CALL FOR ENTRIES IN RODEO PARADE Members of the Lethbridge Junior Chamber of Commerce are dehght- ed with the civic response to their appeal for entries in the parade which will lead off Lethbridge Vic- tory Rally next Tnursday. Numer- ous entries from district points will be welcomed as well "and the parade is estimated at two miles in length. Gene Autry. famed cowboy singer of Hollywcod. will lead the parade and following him will be bands. still floats and ether gay entries on the secret list. The parade will start to move sharp at 10 ajn. the Jaycees pro- mise. It will proceed south en 13th Street North from Seventh Avenue North. Turning onto Third Avenue South it will proceed to Fifth Street, South and south on that street to pensation ooard. Fourth, Avenue South. The proces- j e trust t sion will move east on Fourth South to the Collegiaie where it will disband- impartial to injured taen." "Therefore this meeting of Leth- bridge local of Lethbridge miners i strongly protest against government j keeping in continuance C. C. Cookj as chairman or W.CJB.." continued i the miners in their cocununica- j tjon. "Demand his immediate re- moval. Requesting that a chairman] be appointed without prejudice either employers or employees. we demand the removal of A. Parmilo as he never properly represented the interests of laoor. We contend that the government should allow organized labor to make their own choice of labor representative on workmen's com- Random _; Rhymes CHRIS CASUAL Disapprove of Legion Parley's Stand on "Zombie" Question To Enable Our Staff to Enjoy A Well-earned Holiday PERLUX CLEANERS 410 Fifth St. 8. WILL BE branch did not approve of the con- vention's stand, feeling that con- scripts who did see action to the European theatre should be ad- mitted membership. Ths Leth- Arthur Beaumont. ,K.C. delegate era! policies discussed at the con- bridge branch will follovr the dir- from the Lethbndge oranch of the i vention stating that a major issue cctioa of the senior body in re- T-ofrfon To rc-oe fKis -orHlnTl Tll.Ona1 TJ1 MrtTTMJt I r govamaient will give serious consideration to this demand io, order to avoid fur- ther action." YO-TO now is ail the rage For the fcds of every age. You see them everywhere vougo. Twirling high and twirlin? low. Passersoy can always duck And avoid them with some luck. Bus drivers tremhle when they meet A spinning- hazard on the street, Queer how every aow and then The kids all suddenly get a. ven, For ya-yo. Cook the Modern, Convenient Way PRESTO COOKERS Morris Barrett HAKDWARJS BOXT FORGET VICTORY RALLY 4 RODEO, JULY 4-5-6 Everybody ay rates are lower ask your 'nnnVpT- your lawyer or the insurance adjust- ers whether my ccsspsraas pay quickly in case of any loss. Be Insure With Ires r Canadian Legion, BJE.3.L., to the recent annual convention of the organization in Quebec city, pre- sented a brief report to the month- ly general meeting of the local .branch oa Wednesday evening. The speaker outlined the gen- was the. resoluaon adopted which barred all but active service per- sonnel from membership in the Canadian Legion. A general discussion on ths situa- tion took place and a resolution psssed stating that the Lethbridge CLOSED JULY 1st TO 15th But for the conTenience of our customers, our doors -will remain, open. DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA PLASTERER SUPPLIES We have good stocks of piaKennf materials in: Hardwall Plaster. Finish Plaster. Hydrated Lime. Perfect Putty Coat Lime. Zonolite aggregate. Metal Corner Bead. Plaster stocks are always fresh. You are assured of satisfaction when your plaster supplies come from the Atias. ATLAS LUMBER Co. Ltd. 1802 3rd Are. South. rasing to aorcit suca members, now- ever. It's a good tire! Other tires often achieve short periods of popularity due to some feature, but Goodyear tires have enjoyed more than thirtv years of preference because of several features. Canadian raotoiists know they can depend on Goodyears on their trouble-free performance their extra mileage and added safety. We don't need a sales argument to sell Goodyears... they sell them- selves! If you're looking for a good tire, sec us today lor the beat Goodyears of course! OODFYEAR NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS 311-317 ISth Street North Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 426S J NOTICE TO EX-SERVICEMEN A stnke of Hotel Be-.erage Room Workers Is sn In Calgary and Mecicir.e Hat and vn.ll In ail probability be :n effect; in Drurnhelier and Crow's Nest within a- day or two. The Hotelmen's Association is appealing though ths press for stnicebreakers. They are appealing particularly to and have no Hesitation in putting the ex- serviceman or other unemployed in the position where they wouM be scabbing on their own fellow-Wor'-cers who are being forced to strike because of the stuboornr.ess of these cmplojers. You be able to down the stigma uould aiiach :o jou should jou allow yourself to be used for such t purpose. Local 54 Beverage Dispensers, Lethbndge, appeals to all ex-servicemen and other workers may be rot to allow themselves to be lured Into this false position. away from Calgary and other tpoints involved and con't be a stnkebreaKr These men are fighung for a living wage. It Is your battle as well as theirs. Do no; allow to b? put into thi? false position by enrplojers who may treat jou the same way three months hence. Beverage Dispensers' Local No. 54 LETHBRIDGE n. PRESTWICK, President. F. LOVEGROVE, Sec'ty. For business or pleasure- That car Is a treasure, If running and not giv- ing' trouble. For us its a pleasure To keep it a treasure. And for that we're not charging- double. MECHANIC SALES LTD. PACKARD WILLYS Corner 3rd Ave. and llth St. S. Looking Ahead with LON BLENNER- HASSETT Will You Look In the Mirror? When v.e gaze into a mirror gives back tne truth, coldly and impartially. The mirror cares cot whether the image be as fair as an adolescent dream of love ugly as squalor. It to no flattery, is ret moved compass'on. cannot err. Re- morseless as Time. ;t throws back dispassionately ths thin? that IS" Most of us become ac- customed to seeing the sains old countenance cav after day If it is ur.prepossessirs: weve- bc-come used u> THAT too ard rejecting surfaces nols no :er- rors for us There is another imrror how- ever, which few look. And that is the mirror that re- flects the ;rue state of on- fn- ancial arransemcnts for our ae- perder.ts in the of ceath It Is a. a man who so ard be re- assured b> what he sees Too man} of are ccntert to Insure ourselves fr ar> that SEEMS h'se a lot of Unless >oa translate sun into terms of income replace- ment, for your dependents in- the the true picture MaXe the test now. I shall be happy to review vour Insurance with r.o obligation to your- self. DARE you look in the mirror? Consult: Lon Blenner-Hassett Unit Supervisor SEX LIFE OF CANADA 106 Bide., PHON'E 3S15. Dr. Bob Jones says: "Christian, faith and Chnstac. conrsge rf you Trorfc them." WE SAY: Only 2 days left unal tie great District- Bally as Southminster Church and First psn. Rear Bob Jones Daily Over CJOC at P-tai Bondses lured Clipper Captains to race prtcious cargoes of China Tea to London. In the great Tea Race of 1S66, ths winner docked just twenty minutes ahead ,f of ms nearest rival. _ far fa faflcMf Such talk at tea time, when the tea is Canterbury! For today Canterbury brings the tradition of ane tea right to your table. Talk about flavor and bouquet about hearty and thrift! So. folks talk and Canterbury pleases everybody. Notice She riyid to oper. handser to use. With sturdy innerhning to help keep moisture cut flavor in. Also ia tea bags. Canterbury Featured at SAFEWAY STOKES, LIMITED 1EWSP4PERS IFWSPA.PFJ ;