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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE STX THE LETHBRIDGB HERALD THURSDAY, MAY g, 194S OftDEK RESCINDED Yaoanatioa certificates are looter required in connection with? travel and from the Seattle area of Washington, accoroing word Deceived here. The order waich required certificates as proof Yaccisatios. was rescinded. April and travellers mav now cross the boundary liae without ciSlculty. _ Calgary MUTISH-AMERICAN OH. Edmonton. British-American. Oil Company. Vancouver.......- fctd, according to plass revealed at weather synopsis sna thg meeting of the in Toronto, Trill under- To Adjudicate MOUNTAIN ROADS The Banff-TVisderaxere 401 to open May 15. and the i Big 3eed from Golden to J I? Kevelstoke abcu: June 1. as 3 35 a. drilling program for oil in Alberta this year. Dealing with the company's efforts utihze the low- pressure gas from the Tunsey leV field, is was said the company In city police court on Thursday. In Police Court exoeczs to get permission in Sep- teniber to assess a. higher rate :qr marketing of natural gas, whjcn -up to the presens been earned Btx At a loss. CHOCOLATE 3PT.K PRICES Whea yoa sit down at the bar this summer your interests have been Jullv covered by the Wsr- prices and Trace Board with the recent announcement frssa ine local oSce that prices on chocotoe mflk sold retail have been set- This popular drink will be five cents a Class over The counter; 5ve cents fcr the half pint. 11 cents for the quart. DANCE AT LAKE The first dance of the season at Eendsrson Lake will held next Banirday night at she pavilion, one of the smith's most popular sum- mer dance spots. ESSAT CONTEST A national essay contest open to students of all public or private edu- cational institutions in Cacsda es- cent universities, with cash prizes for pansls and teachers, has been, announced by Underwood Limited, makers of Underwood typewriters. as oart of the celebration This year of their fiftieth business aninversary. "What the Typewriter Means to Canada's is the subject of tte contest, for which total cash awards of are posted, for sis in each, of the nine prov- inces, three national winners and the national winners' tsichsrs- TO MANITOBA POST A. F. Darnell, senior poultry pro- ducts inspector tn Alberts-, for the 23oxninion department of agriculture j has been promoted to district in- spector for Manitoba it is annoanc- i ed. He wUl leave Edmonton Wlnsipeg Saturdav. He will be suc- ceeded in Alberta" by L. F. Dawes, woo marked In British Columbia, up to 1933 and from then to 1938 ia Alberta On. the outbreak of war he took leave of absence to proceed orerseas with tne Edmonton regi- ment and returned test August with. the rank of major. He has been ia Ottam then. Srnopsis at today: ,_______.> dangerous health, and faihng to remedy the, condition upon wrsiten nouce to so. contrary to the public health zlonSiS iu, cool airmsss hss been p-jshing act- The charge was southward during the past j Merlin Lavene Keller. Noo.eforc. 1 ________ vnA SIDNEY HAKKISOX Sidney Harrison, noted English iiiusicisri. pianist and concer: art- V ist will be one of the aajsidicators the Provincial Msifical Fesuval held ir. Lethbndge May 30 to bert. This by overcas rain, or crt3----_.-------------- the airrnsss will have pashea soutn- over to the vi- cinity of Current. It is ex- pected to only a few Asides; 15 cf idsioriton. Soutn of c- -oosi'cf an hotel. during ths first great outs that he o' Lethbricge was gave lecture- on off da-y cooi'airniass soaihem Saskatche- wan, Scuthem Alberta and the Peace Hiver district, skies are es- aected to remain clear and the temperatures to continue warm- Forecast ibridge- warm an Friday. 30 "HI Medicine" Hai-Clear and con- tinuing warm. Northwest wines la miles uer hour. Becoming light, to- nizht "and rriday. Low tonizhs at f Medicine Est 35. before "Sf u'bKti. th- first great blitz that fee __jjjrfege was gave lecture- on off da-y he ao- I days for anti-aircraft gunners. Maaistrate Besu- j Towards the end of the war. Vr. iKsrrison was released from Civil under the govern- j Defence to become Music Adviser to _______ sc; with hav- I Lcadan Regional Committee. ing liquor in other than Gnder the auspices of the Coin- Dean Smyc of Calgary to Open Jubilee Mission Here on Sunday Going forward with the Christian Advance movement across Canada, a Diamond Jubilee parish mission will open at St. Augustin's church litre en Sunday, ilay 5. and con- tinue through Friday. Ma.v 10- The Yerv Bev. Frank H. Saive. dean of Calgsrv and rector of the Fro- Cathedral will be the niis- sioner throughout the mission which j will be for the city as well as the parish and the public wUi be vrel-[ come ai any of the services. Canadian-born. Dean Srcye is a graduate of Trmity College, To- ronto. In the early days of rcimstrr he did considerable social service "wors ia Montreal. He was Zander of The House of the Gooa Shepherd" at Milestone, Sask-. and; later went to Fulham parish church in Londoa. Eng.. coming to Can- ada and to Calgary eariy in Tite dean was one of the Srst roissioners of the Church of Eng- land in Canada acd is outstanding in this field of work. FKEACHES Mission services WJU open Sun- day with Dean Sanye. B-A-, D.D.. preaching at the 11 ajn. and pjn. services. Celebrations of Communion vail be held eacn ino-iung. Monday through Friday, at and o'clock. Mission for children will be held each week- dav lexcepting Saturday) at pja. Mission services will be con- ducted each Monday through jvidav a: S All regular church group" msetlngs at St. Augustin'sj will "be cancelled for that- week. Secretary 's Harcuued DEAN F. H. SMYE Sunday. May 12. -trill be a. day of i-etiedicatioa at St. Augustins church with sen-ices being taken by the recicr, the Rev. Grant. Monday. May 13. St. Augustus's 60th anniversary banquet wffl De held at the Marcjuis hotel with the lord bishop of the diocese being; the after-dinner speaker. the many invitations to return to. Low tonight 3igh Friday 0- Announcements DR. D. A. 3YLAKDS DENTIST Phone 2497. CNot yet listed ia 1784 A the YJII.C.A. at soorsored by the Mar lim- ited number of new beer licenses ivill soon be issued in Alberta, it was learned today. Many applies- lions have seen made, but i: is not espeeteii more r'nan a half dozen will' be granted. There now are 380 beer parlors in the province. Lnnna of restrictions on the pur- cjssse of beer, effective May S. will He was bom in Ixxrdon in 1903 and educated at taiyraer Upper School- He received his musical training at the Guildhall School of Music and after a brillians career as student was made professor and ex- aminer. to 3. of HJT. Sale will fce held in; in Saturday. May 4tn I not mean that indivicuals will be able to buv beer by the be- 87 I cause kegs "are in extremely limited supply. Births Mr. and Mrs. 'S- W. Ingraham of Vancoiiver. announce the cirtb. of a daughter, Susan IxrJise. oa May at St. Michael's Hospital. 117 DEATH OF SISTER Word been, received from Heywood, Lancashire. ot the death there on April' 29th in "her 80th year of SIzabeth wmiamsoa McHvena, beloved sister of Mrs. Walker of Are. S-, Lethbridge. Sie also leaves to mourn four sons and seven sisters in TKL'CK TAKES FIRE When the driver of a track own- ed by the Geophvscal Company of Tfesas was on his way south in the city on Wednesday, he noticed smoke in the cab of his vehicle, and promptlv pulled up at the new fire alarm bos: No. 4ll situated on the comer of Fifteenth Street and Third Avenue South, and sent in an alarm to the fire department- UpoE arrival liremen oiscavered that it was the brake baud in one of the wheels that was scorching. A shot of carbon dtadfie was all that was needed to cool off the band. Ko damage was caused.. The alarm was sent in to the fire de- partment at p.m. "ETTEEfCt TO COAST The Ber.-T. Taylor, who came to 'jbricge from England in iched his farewell sermon at a. and Craigmyle Sunday and WJii leave shortly, accompanied by Mis. Taylor of the Pacific coast where they will make their home. He was superannuated at the last United Church annual conference. Mr Tavlor has served In many Al- berta, "fields Including Alderson, Edgerton, Stony Plain. Ifflk Carmangay, Blackfields, Jarrow. Comneer, Craigmyle and Cards Of Thanks Mrs. Westergreen. -wishes to thank the doctors and the nurses at Gait Hospital for their care and fctniiTM'ss; also her many friends lor get-wen cards and many kindnesses extended during her recent Illness. Deaths FROST DA3IAGE There was light frost but no damage reponed on the Jjethbridgs railway division, for Wednesday night. Lowest lemnerature "recorded was 30.3" above at Lethbridge. Cardston reported 33 above and Etzikom bad lighs frost bat EC There is some concern, about pium trees which were In full bloom. They may have been nipped by the sharp frost Tuesday night. Invite Evidence At Franco Probe NEW TOHS, May United Kations security council suo- committee Investigating the Spanish auestion called today lor all mem- ber-ration intelligence bearing on Spain and, in eSect, toTited both the Franco regime and the exiled Spanish republicans to present their bitterly-opposed arguments as well. The'investigatcrs, after their first secret meeting yesterday, said they would welcome" infonnatioa Irom anv source. This wide-open, invitation, would permit the Franco regime, if it desired, to offer evidence in an. ef- fort- to offset the contributions al- ready nresented to the council by the Spanish republicans through Polish delegate Oscar Lange in his demand for a collective United Na- tions diplomatic break with, Madrid. RECESS TJNTH, MONDAY The sub-committee is in recess until nest Monday pending response to a circular letter asking the gov- ernments of the 51 United. Nations to present "all relevant material in their possession on "the situation m Spam." Meanwhile, the investigators had before them 461 letters and tele- grams from, nrivate sources aunost. unanimously disapprovsag the Fran- co regime. Most of the communications urg- ed recognition of the Spanish re- publican leadership exiled in Paris as the rightful government of Spain- Some advocated a new Spanish re- gime oa the basis of a free demo- cratic election. Canada's Place In British Empire LONDON, May Cable.) should conduce her af- fairs so that Canada will never bave to maka a choice between friendship to the United Kingdom and friendship to the UJS.. Mal- colm MacDcnkld. governor-general designate of the Malayan Union, told the Hoyal Empire Society on Wednesdav. Such a choice "might destroy Ca- nadian national said the former British high commissioner to Canada. "We can offset that danger by SO conducting our affairs that Can- ada will never have to make ths choice." he said. "And there is no reason why Britain, Canada and the United States should uos be close, co-operative friends in the 5 scheme of things to come." He added thai some people in Britain believed Canada- was sc much under the influence of th United States that the Dominion was in practice subservient; to them. That is not true. Canadians are independent in thought of bot Britain and America fcut no one cai call into question the loyalty o Canadians to Britain or the Britis empire." Resuming amid prolonged ap plause Mr. MacDonald maintaine that while Canada was perpstuall under the influence of American thought and ideas, in mind, instinc and method of reasoning she was essentially British. "Because of This the Canadia peoale have nlaved an invaluab bari in a middle course o wisdom between the two demoera He governments of Britain and tiia United States." NEW YORK. May Two thousand communications a week pour into the harassed United Nations secretariat here, the letters, cards, telegrams, clippings and pamphlets offer- Ing "a wide variety of reading matter. They are filed under three headings: suggestions; political criticism; eccentrics. mail runs the heaviest. Most communications in gngilth or French but it's not unusual u> receive one in Es- peranto, the so-called universal language. Following is the test of cas letter: is going to "More Beef and Less Bull" Call Of LaborMen EDMONTON, May A col- umn of cars bearing hammers which read "More beef and less bull" ginij "inflation nuts; we demand more pay; got it." paraded through Edmonton's downtovrn area last night to mark the opening of; May Day activities by the local labor council- Speakers frssn labor unions and the Alberta Farmers Union address- j ed a meeting after the parade. J. K. McMillan, representing the; AJMT., said farmers were being tin- justly accused of refusing to sell their livestock, but packing houses were striking in the sense that they were refusing to pay more than a certain price. Trieste Is Like Fascist Regime Trial Japs To Open on Friday TOKYO, May oace-poirerful leaders of Japan will stand before justices of tee Allied world toaaorro'a- and enter pleas to charges of aggression, plunder aod war- All are expected to plead innocent and 10 challenge the intecnatlouu tribunal's jurisdiction. little Eideji Tojo. who commit- ted bis country to the disastrous Pacific war, and 25 others accused as co-conspirators be brought under heavy guard from bleak Sugaino prison. Arraignaaent 1> scheduled for sun. pm. CJS.T. The may continue into Saturday- MOTHER'S DAY MAY 12 SEE OPR WINDOW AND COtWTER DISPLAY We Pack Gifts tor Jackson The Family Drnj Phone 3364 MOSCOW, May pondent Vadim Kozhevaikov of Pravda, describing a visit with a colleague to the British occupation zone of Trieste, said today: "What we saw and heard made us think we were in fascist nurs- erv, hidden from the punishing hand of the democratic states. "Columns of marchers went i through the streets singing fascist songs and bawled 'death to the Slavs'- They stretched out hands in the old-style Mussolini fascist greeting. "Once when the demonstrators met a truck taking German pris- oners to work the demonstrators surrounded the truck and gave the Germans an ovatiou." DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA LEAVE FOR CANADA LONDON, May {CP. Cable) more planes of the R.C. AJP. Chinthe transport squadron- number Ice- land, today en route to Canada, the B.CJLP. announced. SALUTE FOR WORTHINGTON SAJf FBANCISCO. May A 13-gun. salute greeted Maj.-Gen. Frederick Franklin Worthington, commanding general of Canada's Pacific command, fchen he called yesterday on General Joseph W. Stillwell. commanding general of j the sixth army. SERVICE And Their Wives Are invited to meet representa- tives of our committee at the Y.M.C.A. any Thursday between the hours of 8 and pjn. Our committee will be glad to help you in any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee away the city on Tuesday, April 30th, j aged 34 years, beloved wife j of Mr. Fred Schnieder of Picture Butte. Services -siE be held in j Southminster church on Friday at j 2 p ja, the Her. P. Halstead ofSciat- ing. Intermers in Mounrain. View cemetery. Martin. Bros, directors of funeral service. 118 NEED NEW TIRES? away on Tues- day, April SOuh, Hiram Toel Prouty, aged 70 years, of Snchant. Tae re- mains wfll be forwarded to Enchant on Saturday, where services and in- terment will take place on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Martin Bros, directors of funeral service. 119 Delia. JODfS- TICKET OFFICE STAFF C. K. Vanaerpuuen has arrived in the city from Medicine Hat to succeed Tom Ferguson, as ticket clerk at the C.P.R. station here, Ee has been witii the corapaay ftr five years and served in citv and depot offices of the CPJl. in both Win- nipeg and Medicine Hat. Mrs. Yanilerpsitten. and her year and half old daughter will arrive short- ly from Winnipeg. The nsw ticket office clerk commenced Ms duties Wednesday, May i. TO ATTEND CONFERENCE The LJXS. stake conference will be held in tiie city this coming San- day, visstirg members of the gen- eral authorities from Salt Lake City will be KMer Joseph Fielding Smith of the Council of the Twelve, and BIder Joseph L. Wirthlin, mem- ber cf the Presiding Bishopric. Mr. Smith win be accompanied by Mrs. Smith, a well known Utah contral- to soloist. Funeral Notices Funeral services for the late XeitG Barrv "Bislow. beloved son of Mr. and Bislow of Vancou- ver. B.C., will be conducted from Cnristensen Eros. Chapel en Sat- urday, Mav 4Tyt at 2 PJP. ment m Mountain View cemetery. 120 Meetings I.O.O.F. Xotice The regular meeting of ?fo 2, will be held on Friday. May 3rd 'in the I.O.OJF. hall at 8 tun. All members are asked to at- tend. WE HAVE THE Only DOMINION ROYAL TIRES you all these three great Reserve Strength features: SAFETY BONDED CORD for extra protection from blowouts. VENTILATED TREAD for cool run- ning and longer life. SAFETYTREADBLOCKS for long mileage and safe stops. HERE YOU ARE A GREAT COFFEE IDEA CHRISTENSENBROS. Special weekly routine orders issued by FL, Geo. Watson, No. 32, May 2, 1S46. Serial 2: The cadets of the 11 (Lethbridge) Squadron. Air Cacets of Canada, are holding a dar.ce on Friday May 3, in iheSr quarters (the form- er officers' mess) it No. 1 RSM.tT. Dancing wiii take place frona 9 j to 12. The Air Cacets extend an j invitation to Sea Army Cadets, s including those of Whits also to former Air Cadets. j Cadets must be in uniform and; each must bring a partner. Ad- j mission 50 cents per couple. A spe- dal bus will leave downtown, fol- lowing usual airport route at a pjn- Air Cadets are as'sec to take' regular bus a; pjn. Special transportation will leave airport at midnight. Arthur K. Putlanc, F.O., For C.O. No. II (Lethbridge'' Seen. WINNIFRED BALL CLTTB DEFEATS BOW ISLAND WINNIFBED.