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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TEE LETHBKLDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY CANCER FUND DONATIONS Donations to the Cancrr Fund and memberships to the Canadian Cancer Society will be received at the city halt In- tfi-riduais and are ed to contribute. COAST PACKER Jack Diamond, general of the Pacific Meac Company. Vancouver, was a recent visitor m the cinr. He also crove through the country cSEcfcirg on livestock conditions. Montreal Toronto Winnipeg CHOIR are being received for membership in the Army and Club's male voice choir, where etery encouragement vrin be given to anyone interested in singing. Frecsrarians are also well Sn hana formation of a piano accor- rtian band and memberships are sol- icited. _____ RETIRED FROM ABMT Six local snc district men sre amon? the group of Alberta offic- ers wco hsre been retiree from the cf the week ending April Saskatoon C Medicine Hat Lethnr-dge Calgsrv Edmonton .1 GKOWS LEMON Weather f Magrath, the Garden City, is .___ i now in the lemon belt. Mrs. C. W. Fossey of Majrath, dsvp- ped into The Herald office the eUy and exhibited a huse lemon she bad matured on the leiaoja in her kiichen. Tbe I weighed ounces Mrs. Fossey said jaice 01 the lesnoas she srOars ts weal Aci for mtfctpg frtiit juice The tree is about six jears oisi. MOKE TTUEAT SEEDED j More wheat is sown A-- be-.a this spring, said A. M Vi J- 53 70 73 65 Si 81 SI 55 53 56 56 57 41 44 54 48 49 41 35 35 30 31 29 Biggest Season On Record Seen For Prince Of Wales Hotel At Waterton Bases' season in the history of i infiauon in Florida but that the Prince of Wales hotel a: Water- hotels are filled and everyone is ton National Park is anticipated! doing a capacity business in iinz to H. H. Bos- Une. cf prosperity were noteo :ius vear, according to well "who will again manager there and who arrived in she city Tuesday. well. "I: looks every place on the trip here. Interrogated regarding obtaining bv Mrs. Bos- food supples for the ho .el, tremendous; Mr. Bosvreli said he hopes to uiain- .7 30 In the 5or the purpose cf securing for ihe opemrig ci the 15. ilr. Bossrell said he anticipates employing ayproxi- 11O on the staff including genera! maintenance and engineer- ing crew and he hcpes to employ be swamped ai Mr. BoswelL The hotel will r open until Sept. 15. In Police Court peared before Police Magistrate Bea i iietcalfe. For unlawfully crossing from tne hand fide to the left hand; side of the rosd at a lane inter-i section, contrary to a city bylaw, j W. R. Sedgwick of Lethbridge re-] ceived a warning when he appeared before Police Magistrate Ben ilet- calfe. Thomas C- licstone ol no abode, charged under the criminal code of Canada with false pre- tences and with intent to defraud _ by unlawfully obtaining S50 from Consumers Hardware and Supply bv means of a worthless cheque, 111 i appeared before Police Magistrate A, Beaumont on Wednesday. The charge was dismissed. Lamb Speaker At Kiwanis Meeting Divisional Superintendent S. H. "i of the Canadian Pacific Rail- addressed Lethbridge Kiwan- iheur weekly luncheon Tsies- the Marquis hotel on "Rail- artrt trs a lisrtst- conversa- i PROMOTED M. Campbell and 8. C. moved the vote of thanks. j He vis first charged on Dr VTiHard HaJg _.jj and a feature was the renoitson of DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT hnd every Wednesday and Saturday Night MUSIC BT DOW'S RHYTHMERS DONALD 5.VERBILL Upon release from the H.C-A P. in August. P. Dcnald MerriU is-as appointed supervisor a! bridge J'or the Sovereign Life o conversa- surance Company of Cansda. iae J.IX AUU iii a S 1 style recounted some of the (the company has announced lore and traditions of this He -Bras introduced southerly Se the eicepUon of the south Snds over Alberta side which geis the 2Ul! benefit ol grinds deve.op over jajc. w" temperatures climb- _____ inVlTtb warmer CENTRE COiDHTTEE A rneeung of the cen.rt promotion of Mr. Merrill to district manager Ja recognition of his pro- duction record and service in organ- izing this territory. Mr. Merrill has been consistently among the produc- tion leaders of his company, having stood second for all ol Canada in March. to bottom.-' migh: proceed overseas. Reservations Pouring In Charged under ihe government Charged liquor control act with anla-srfully having liQiior in his possession in a place other ihan a "private resi- dence or ihe guest room an hotel. Bernard Bail of Lerhbridge was fined S20 and costs when he ap- CflRISTENSENBROI PHONE 28O2 PHONE 3561 MfORNIGHT varisble -sinds becoming gale south- i erl- -srinds 35 nrles per hour by Thursday noon. lledicme Low tOTignt at Medicine Ha: 35. High Thurs- day SO. Moderate ncnh-sresteriy 15 miles aer hour. Becomtng light; tonight and strong souiherly as 25 miles per hour Thursday. Draw Plans For North Side Pool elected branch Of -pitirnbing and Heating Contrac- rors as ihe closing session of their have Preliminary Leihhridge swicamfcg pool been dra-wm up and are now in the hands of the civic authorities. They indicate thar the pool -sill be 105 fees long bv 35 feet -srice, varying in denta. iroin. three lee; rxo to nine feet eight inches. Ths >n-nning- induces lociers and ers for both men and -KUinen. as ireli as ouarters for the liieguarc. wrs s.z ihe closing ssssio: iwo-dav convention in Casgary on V. William Carse, Simonion. ____ elected vice-presicent. J. An- derson. Calgary, named _ hoiel in TS-aterton in 1942. Mr. Bos- i well fras span: most of the vesing tiras as general manager of the Miles Standish ai and Seeaan hotel _a: Ft. Wavne, Inc., last -winier Dayton hotels. He there is no sign ofj he to Florida h the Howard L-j ___________ Mr. and Mrs. 3os- lei' rlorida by car March 241 tarr and Fred" Beeves, also of Cal- motoring to Watertoa via. Chicago, i treasurer. Named the pro- and __ f vmcial board o- directors ireret J. f Scott. Simonton: J- Marsh. Medi-1 cine Hatt W, Eoibercon. G M. Hsvhoe. Hec Deer; Xen An- derson and Halph Nesle, Calgary. OPEN 'HAT BRANCH _ i 'Pur'tiv Iteirv of Lethancge orJened'a branch at Medicine .nat zed is making deliveries inj that city. L. Mead is in charge ol the branch. GET RID OF THOSE Dandelions OX YOUR LAWK WITH 24D Weed Killer From The North Lethbridge Hardware US 13th Street X. Phone 4198 Announcements DR. D. A- phone 2497. (Not yet listed in _ 50c 50c .50c Loofc to "Your Record Centre" for the Latest Releases. Here are just a few: IS FOREVER; IXXJP DE Gene Kmpa GATHER LILACS; GEMME A LTrTLE Knrpa (Colnmbia) ARE TOO BEAUTIFUL; FULL 3IOON AND EMPTY Smatra (Columbia) THE TALK OF THE TOWN; SWING BennT Goodman (Columbia) MOON MIST; THE FREM FARM Les Brown J. D.'s BOOGIE fiflr Jimmy Dorsey (Decca) ................................OUC J. D.'s Jimmy Dorsey fDeeca) FEE AND APFLE PAN DOWDY; GIVE ME THE MOON OVER fiflr Guy Lombardo (Decca) .................................OUC RHAPSODY (Parts 1 and Victor Yonng- (Decea) WHIST DRJV3 AKT> tn the Eagles' Hall TONIGHT- Cards P.ZL Dancing 10 pjn._ loloh PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs ta all nukes of -washers and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SAtES SERVICE 317-Sth St. S. Alt Calhonn Bruce Dnrfee Births Mr. and Mrs. Sobert J. Arsrood. 6iS-13th St. S.- announce the birth c' a Huth 53izabeth. on April 29th K St. Michael's Hos- pital. 60c 75c NEW COLUMBIA ALBUMS CARLE AT THE FIANO WILSON FIANO SOLOS VOICE OF FRANK SINATRA................................ OF THE (Morton GotUd) OF LOVE; ALT. THROUGH THE THE Como (Victor) BY DAY; TOMORROW IS Martha. Stewart (Victori A BIG GIRL NOW; PUT YOUR LITTLE TOOT RIGHT Kaye (Victor) S3.50 ...75c ...75c ...75c Deaths a-vray on Tues- i car, AprB. 30th, Hirarn Toe! Prouty, j aged 70 years, of Enchans. The re- i vtlli be forararded tc Sichant j on Saturdav, where services and in- tennest will tafcj place on Sunday i afternoon at 2 o'clock. Martin. Bros, i direewrs funeral serrtce, 85 aTOy In the city on Tuesday, April 30th, Stneiia, aged 36 veais, beloved -sife 5 of Mr. Fred Schneider of Picture Butte, Parrictslars pertaining to the funeral -Kill be announced -when ar- j rangesaents are corapIstedL Martin, i Bros, directors of funeral service. CO SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are in-cited to meet representa- tives of our commistee at the any Thursday between the hoars of 8 and pjn. Our committee Trill be glad to help you In any -sray possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee Lethbridge Y.M.C.A. FIRST ANNUAL Minstrel Show May 2, 3, 4 Y.M.C.A. GYM "Come On Down South" With the 3Ierry Minstrels !n their happy program of songs, jokes, dances and choruses. Gather a party together or the family and enjoy a. good laagh: TICKETS Children and students: 25e Adults: 35c PROCEEDS FOR BOYS' AND GIRLS' SUMMER CAMP Sponsored by the Young: People's So-Ed Council the Musical Festival numbers by the KWranis chorus directed by George Brown. Jr.. irith his mother, Mrs. Brown, at the piano. In his interesting talk Mr. Lamb told of the "sign language" of the raliwavraan. the 14 distinct -whisUe signals, the air -whistle signals, etc, all of which mean something im- portant in rail circles. The evolu- tion of the headlight -a as another point noted, also the hard- skips and difficulties encountered in laying the steel across the country in the early days of the "West. Ha j paid tribute to the plucky survey- l brs who really pioneered the way i 1 and also the builders of the lines 1 who constructed them, and made j i them ready for handing- over to the i operation department. "There were j no eight-hour cays in that period j i of railroading. The men started at i 7 o'cloci: in the morning and were supposed to get in by S o'clock at j night." said Mr. Larnb. The fine co-operative spirit and' 1 sense of resoonsibihty and duty i shown in a railway organization is j cuite remarkable, said the speaker, especially when It is realized that many of the employees have direct contact with This same sense of responsible is. revealed in the safety meaf-resj taken by railway employees to ?rp-, tect life and property, said i 1 M. Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second rhone 3837 OPEN TONIGHT Till 9 O'Clock We deliver, phone 3364 Jackson Drain The Family Drusr Store. TRACTOR TIRES 316 EUEVEXTH STKEET S. PHOXE 2007 ____ Trimbles for Tires 1350x28 1125x24 1275x28 1350x32 jGet Your ANGLING PERMITS Fishing Tackle and Supplies at HICK HARDWARE CO. LTD. Phone 3762 FAT'S TAXI and DELIVERY SERVICE For prompt and courteous service you can't go wrong by phoning Grow A Peace "Garden" The World Needs More Food Now Than Ever Cabbage Plants, Cauliflower Plants Tomato Plants NQW Ready! Onion Plants j British Sovereign Strawberry Plants Vegetable Seeds Phone 2666 Frache's Flower Shop Meetings Civil Servants The regular monthly meeting of ths Amalgamated Ciyil Servants of Canada, usually held on the first Thursday of the month, has been postponed and' wil Itake place on Mav 3 at in the YJil-C-A. STEVE'S TAXI ALSO OPERATES A MODERN UP-TO-DATE NEWS STAND AND SODA FOUNTAIN NEXT DOOR TO THE BUS STATION. PHONE 4058 24-Hour Service Here These Today At BROWN'S "Your Record Centre" Income Tax Rush Recorded Here Lethbridge and district residents who had put off filing their income tax rerarrts unta the final caj of i grace kept the staff of the local' income tax office ca their feet ail' dav Tuesday as they coped with a i record rush of last nunute forms, I The read, was heavy also ar.c Sept j pace with the estimated 500 per- sons wno filied the space before the j counter. Never before had tr.e ele- l vator sriUttled so busily in the post- office builcing. _ j I plained the assistant income tax 1 collector. F. A. Roberts, i "There were few breath- ins spells for any of us here." i i Wednesday rcoming a heavy mail arrived bearing the returns of those who had managed to beat the cead- 1 fine. As as the envelopes bore on them the April 30 cancellation 1 their senders were immur.e to i the penalty for late filing which j now "comes into effect. The Buskin Club Evenings of Comedies In Central School Auditorium MAY 2nd AND 3rd AT 8 P.M. Everybody invited. Admission 25c. Fraternal Order of Eagles will hold a meeting in the Eagles Hall, on Thursday, May 2, at 8 p.m. Meeting will be followed by Social and Initiation. All ex-servicemen who were members be- fore enlistment are requested to attend. Interest on hall investment will also be paid. A Sovereign Life Policy is a miracle of cash values which raves businesses and lives. It tells a story of mothers and children lire and live more abundantly because of the thoughti'olness and foresight of a father. It is a story of older men and -Bremen who have found final refuge in a fool proof life insurance income; of homes bound together more closely; of inheritances saved from dissipa- tion by taxes and "waste. It tells a story of sacrifices inconceiv- ably small, that secured the fam- ily against catastrophies that otherwise smash them for- ever. It is a story of saving the family from the ghastly -Kraste of human happiness and health and strength, that follows the death of tee faread-SEinner. The frail boat in which the family for- tunes are cast on the dark waters of a cold and friendless world becomes a "Dreadnaught" if you own a Sovereign Life Contract. If you maintain enough prop- 3Tly arracGed insurance and keep it properly arranged as the years change your and yoar family -BUI always be able to face the future unafraid. See or.e of oar Representatives today, or at the office of the District Manager, F. DONALD MERRILL, Suite A, Metcalfe Block, Lethbridge. Fhone 4473 "It is Good Citizenship to own Life Repairs to All Makes of Appliances SPECIALISTS IN BEATTY HOME APPLIANCES All work done by factory trained mechanics. We can also get you parts for almost any make of washing machine within a reasonable time. Prompt and efficient service guaranteed. WASHER SALES AD SERVICE FHONE OFFICIAL BEATTY AGENT 409 FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE RETAIL AND WHOLESALE WORKERS' ASSOCIATION IMPORTANT MEETING THURSDAY May 2 at 8 p.m. MARQUIS HOTEL DINING ROOM ALL MEMBERS AND RETAIL AND WHOLESALE WORKERS ARE URGED TO ATTEND I NOTE CHANGE OF MEETING PLACE MAKE LETHBRIDGE SHINE CLEAN UP FIX UP PLANT UP PAINT UP SUPPORT THE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CITY BEAUTIFICATION CAMPAIGN MAY 1 TO llth .NFW SPA PERI .NFW SPA PERI ;