Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
APPEARING IN "Y" SHOW Leo .parites with, one or tee popuUr army shows ,j Weather TEE LETHBBIDGE HERALD largest Musk Festival in Years Is Being Held in City May 20-24 FRIDAY, MAY irships For Tarsity Men It "SSSSa Post AnJsar 52 64 53 2S 34 S4 .02 37 40 34 33 .03 35 40 23 BUYS KESIDENCE Mrs. U B. Fairbaira has pyrcmsec the residence previously 01 iChns Harisea a: 630-15tii which was recently occiipiec !b? Mr. and Mrs. F. Nu'.iaiL The moved ffS. cin- for many years with 430 entries having been have been awarded v to secure another centre for events Edmonton today. w 06 Jaw Saskatoon This 39th annual provincial fes SCHOLARSHIPS Ha: from Macleod. v toc __. t'-e- V- Alberts Wheat ?ocL David Mcrn- Call Joint Meeting TRADE BOARD SPARKS MOVE FOR OILING AIRPORT HIGHWAY Flying club, and the club inszrccior. -Waynes will be on hand to present them. TO ATTKS0 STAMPEDE VTalt Disney, tamed noilywooa producer, and his faroily are ex- pected to attend the Calgary Srara- Dede which wiU be held frora July 8 "to 13. officials of the Calgary hibition end Stampede said Thurs- dav Last jear Disney's brother at- tended the'lrg Calgsry show. Synopsis s a; aja. today: cool flow of air which mo'.ec i the crairies frcm tne north? yesterday "ss snll giving overcast in all of Alberta except the Peace da- j cnc: Skies are :o c.ear; slowly from tie -aiest in Sa- turcav slowly. ported and temperatures warm Soxeg winds are still re- eastem Ssskatcfc thev are Wind Damage Noted In Report Sorae wind damage, due to seed am out of the------J Edmonton today. J ta br ij 2. SfLKSff syllabus and a samfcer of out- be nr.e o: Technology; J. W. Hshs. Alberts artists en-1 Medicine Hat. Northwestern Uni- ----_..... T Kmidsen, Youngs- Michigan; Didsbury, Uni- versity of Wisconsin; J. P. A. MUr- osy. "Victoria. University of Cali- fornia: R- Nelson. Waterglen. Iowa State CoUege: Donald Quon, High Hiver. Massachusetts institute of Technology; T. Reid. Biggmr, Iowa SKate College; Miss P. R- Robertson. Winterbum, University of Wisconsin; Miss A. L. RonnskvL Calearr. University of Chicago; ST. Safram. Calgary. Uni- Tersity of Chicago. Other awards are pending Dr. Walker said. the mornings, afternoons i cings through Friday, prograirs wil be avadable from Music Store at the middle of the month. Minstrel Show Scores Hit As "Y" Performers Strut Stuff The showboat carne around the night, docking at ihe TJ1.CJ-. and the gymnasium became the stage of a rollicking twp- iiour minstrel show featuring music. Jokes, darkle antics, tap dancing and acrobatic acts, and even a lire- exhibition. A good crowd at 4s well as the sones there were other attractive and entertaining numbers. The Ballroom Dance Club, under the direction of Mrs Joyce Batesnan HOI. gave a couple of snappy tap routines. Masterly banjo stmmming by William Burrows, and mouth orcan solos by William Mur- specialty that ELTON IS SPEAKER in the C.P.R. Telegraph yjtdock were mayor of LKtSrJdge. addressee J tended the first night of Ediontcn Junior Charcper of Com- the roartirce provinces to iarae crowds will be in attendance VDU. look _ what that guy self tee and self _ ence is the tswz of pain. oerionnance that will long next two performances. nf -t'nf So-Sd Club in be remembered in Lethbridge. Leo GALLOWAY ELECTED Board of Trade execu- tive is. determined that the airport j road is going to be given an oil} treatment, this year which will j aiert accidents in the heavy iraf- i flc and. at the same urae, do with the very bad advertising the road in its present, condition. Is giving Lethbridge. At a meeting oa Thursday even- ing the executive named a com-1 mittee under Highways Chairman Fred King to make a drive to get! the road oiled this year. Perman- ent hard-surfacing is held up on j the provincial portion of the road j owing to plans to change the ap- iroacii to the airport, hut, the com- i nittee is determined that both city i ad province portions of the road t given a heavy oU treatment. A meeting is to be called next week to discuss the matter, and be- _ides members of the board Mayor Shackleford. City Mar-ages Wat- sen. City Engineer Hainies. J. C. Landeryou, Highways En- eineer Bradley and D. O. T. En- gineer SoraerviHe will be asked to >e present, when Si is Hoped that final plans for temporary treat- ment of the road without celay can be made. ______ Air. Browne also acting as the pol- ished interlocutor. The productioa was smoothly handled and an in- teresting change of pace was main- tained throughout with good as- sortment of amusing gags providing has the succeeding manager of Imperial Oil in raiyTwho is now in New York with Standard Oil of New Jersey. Mr. Gslloway is esecucve vice-presi- cess and director of the California Standard Co, subsidiary of Stand- ard of California. lUTHEBAX CONFERENCE The south Alberta conference of tta Isaieran church. Missoan synod, in session at Mt. Calviry Lutheraa church in since Tuesday, wss concluded Thurscay with a" service, conducted by tne of the coniererice, Sev. V. Elchenlaub of Lethbridge. la. trie Thorsdav sesaons pians were drawn na to iiaugurate the session, ex- Droerara in the parishes of Sis conference. The slogan aoopt- by the whole church, for tn5s moremens is "each one resca one. WALKLET XETJBES W. MacKinnon. Jonaetly agent at Maple CreeS, Sask, has assumed the duties of statical at Banff, succeeding L. H. Wattley, who has held that posi- ttoa feo: tte last five and ose-nai. yean. Mr. MacKinnon has serv- ed as agent; at; Coleman. ana. Mac- leod. Mr. "Walfcley, a few years of reSremens age, was forced to leJinqaisn. his poss owing to ill ftMiith- He- Mrs. Walkley wiH take up residence at. Kelowaa, 3.C, July 1. _____ ALASKA HIGHWAY Ko pleasure trsTel toonsts, Jumterc or fishermen wiH be per- mitted over the Alaska military highway this summer, acecrdmg_to- an msce Thursday ty Tcomss Koeg, Alaska ijghwsy comrol board oSiciaL He saui that tte federal government !s busy sow plans "lor assuring adequate lodgj-i? and vehicle supply and main- tenance facilities along the high- way, before throwing i; opea w the general public. Glacier Hotel Preparing For Busy Season Park note! is preparing for A big season when it opens June 15, according to James Hidler, Announcemen ts DR. D. A- HY DENTIST 2437- CSot yet listed in 1784 Births Mr. and Mrs. G. F- Mbgus 'nee Helen announce the birth of a son Larrv Srancis. oa Sosy 2. at St. Michael's Hosuiial. '153 Deaths away ori Friday, May 3rd. Thomas, aged 75 vears beloved husband, of Sirs. Araiie Hurlburt of 3CT'iC River. Par- ticnlars pertainins to the funsral wUl be announced whea arrasge- inerits are Martin Bros. directors of fansral service. oorted it as poor. High winds dur- week caused soil and bad cuss storms. f resoecs to the amount Oi wheat; thec'has been se_eded on the varous subdivisions, the foilowing percentages give an approxirnate m- Sicatiori: O illC JTAti -Minstrel Memories Kentuckr and "Sweet and" with Pearl Bouth as in the lass ninaber. Miss Cards Of Thanks ,Mrs. W Twaddle-wishes to thanfe her friends for cards and flowers and kind enquiries while she WES a patient in the Holy Cross juospitai. Calgary. isi 68: Aldersyde. 39; Lo- mond. 38; Taber. 80; Coutts. 69; Cardston. 42; Stirling. 81; Aitawan, 40; Macleod, 33; Turin, 33; CroWs Kest Pass. 51. Early grains are showing green in a number of areas. Purity Dairy To Expand At 'Hat Parity Dairy, Jjeicbrldge, will open up a sraall, modern cairy business in Medicine Hat in the near future, said B. S. Eabbi, man- ager of the local business, which is considered one of the largest inae- aencerit dairies in the province. Pbr the pssv week Purity Ifciry has ocerated s. cistribuang ageccy IT Medicine Hat under the charge o: Lawrence Mead. "Our plans are still Mr. rabbi said this morning, stat- irg that the firm's intention was to build uo a considerable plans ir the southeastern city ss business esnssnsion warranted. A enterurise the Dairy has taken, shape over the past 23 years. Its Elva Sasterbrook and Miss Gwea Daniels were other featured song- stresses who held the spotlight. Backed by the lilting strains of the chorus. Morton Browne, who was also master of ceremonies for the evening, sang "Beautiful Drearaer in an appealing voice. Muriel man nleased with her dear tones as she sang me old favonte. My Curly-Headed UC Banks, of billed as "Canada's Boy hss performed before large audiences in the east and is a stage magician of unusual calibre. The spectators sat in suspense ss he racked needles from the floor witn his eyebrows while standing on his hands, arid placed lighted torches in his as a companion act. This feature alone is well worth seeing and will be performed both Iriday and Saturday nights. The show is ably directed by Mor- ton Browne and Mrs. Cull, with the hghter vein. During the intermission boys of the junior and senior leaders corps y i staged a display of club swinging :er to the south- i which was well received. This was j followed by spectacular acrobatic artist on his: acts fay Don Arnold and Don MOUNTIE RETIRES Member of the B.CALP. for 23 vears, Sgt. W.-L. Btaley of the de- zective branch at R.C.MJP. "K" dl vison since 1937, went on retire ment at Edmonton Wednesday. Electrolux Cleaners Sales Ssrriee Snpplics Phone 4481 Ave. S. Electrolnx (Canada) Limited TOT SUGHTLT Kent Snow, son of Mr and Mrs. Harold Snow, was slightly injured on Thursday when he walked into the side of a pass- ing automobile while crossing 13th street, iust south of 10th avenue south. 'The child sustained slight head injuries and is expected to be confined to bed for a few days. G. H. JONG Estab. in Canada Vt yean. DANCE AT THE TRIANON TONIGHT "AND EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT MUSIC BT DOWS RHYTHMERS ____________ Gtll der. OUBd. 817A 1st St. E. fit Calrair. Alts. Are You Ruptured? Truss Fitting a Specialty Come In for eonnltatMii exaBunation with Jackson Draffin The Family Phone J. M. Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Phone 3857 beginnings were seen, when tne S. Fabbi 'aniilv rytnp to the city from Tracers in "1923 and set up their first dairv herd nine blocks south TXJstofSce on the outskirts .t time. Six years In Memoriam Tn loving memory of my dear hus- band and our father. James Hurst, who died May 3rd, 1943. The rallies: streara of Jife goes on, But stfll the vacans chair, Recalls the love, the voice, the smile, Qf Uu_ t....... Of you who ones sat there. j later thev btnli their first small 2ver reineinbered. bv Ms wife and i growth of business family. this gave place to a'larger estab- iishmens two blcscks farther norm. Knaliy dairy moved into its presens "ccmmodious quarters, fonn- erlv the premises of the Majesric theatre, and now has 35 employees. Briaht and eouipped with the most modem devices, tne present plant has on its roll from 30 to 35 Sum Meetings JfoHce A meetrng of the Beverase Dis- pensers TJnion. local 54. -ciH be neld in the Labor HaH. af terroon at 2 o'clock. May" Stii. TI i UCai ane 1, accorng o superintendent of stores department j WaJArwnTlriis assistant, It B. An- dersoo, are visitors to- day, Fridav, checking up on avail- t Mr. Faaler Js a veteran of producers in the district, and another 900 cream shippers. on addition to distribution of process- ed the dairv turns out sucn dairy products as cottage cheese and ice cream, and operates a small bar. little Black die Winnipeg 90th. in 1835 and was a resident of Saskatchewan at that time. "We are going to have a. big busi- ness fMs season aiitl reservations are very satisfactory. Our stock is in good condition bus some things are hard to Mr. Kidley said. Chewing gura is one of the hardest commodities to obtain in eithsr Canada or the States and although the supply of candy is fair in the TJ.S- it is difficult to get; in Can- ada, the store "When asked regarding the price of goods to the pubiic, JMr. Ridler said, "you can't teii anything about what prices wfll be. Tou can's tell about what anything win be, these days." Several 'breakages In the city's waterwoaks sysrsai have caused a ouble daring the past, large sDlit in the foot-ana- j a-half "big Inch" occurring in the; deal of trouble. Then on "Wednesdav. just as city i workmen were finishing up their j job of cleaning and checking the j water standoipe on Sixth and Fourteenth Street South, breakage in the manhole at the standnipe necessitated the draining of the standDipe again for repairs. For a brief period higher buildings in the city were short of water. GET RID OF THOSE Dandelions OX YOUR LAWX WITH 24D Weed Killer From The NorthLethbridge Hardware 118 I3th Street X. Phone 4198 PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all makes of washers and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances StAYTAG SALES SERVICE 317-Sth St. S. Alf calhoun Brnee Dnrfee Lawnmowers Sharpened Bicycle KepainT and Yarfa Keys Cat Whfle Ton Wait Locks Repaired Dan's Repair Shop 320a-7th st S. 3905 Alberta TRACTOR TIRES 316 ELEVENTH STREET S. PHONE van Trimbles for Tires 135Ox28 1125x24 1275x28 1350x32 Get behind the Junior Chamber of Commerce campaign to bfsautify your city. PAINT UP CLEAN UP FIX UP All the tools and plies you need to make a tetter job of it are now available at HICK Hardware Co., Ltd. ANNOUNCING Frenchy's Quick Detivery And General Trucking PROMPT SERVICE Fully faulted 44S4 Phone 3762 CHRISTENSENBROS. PHONE 28O2 Directors FUNERALSERVICEl PHONE T OR NIGHT Ltifibridqe. Alia NEW ISSUE OF TELEPHONE DIRECTORY The next issue of the Telephone Directory -will be published in July, 1946, and copy closes for press on MAY 15, 1945 To assure insertion in the next issue, all desired changes of present service or listings, additional ser- vice or listings, bold type listings, display advertising, etc., must be arranged for by above date. IK THE ABSENCE OF INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CONTRARY PRESENT LISTINGS BE ASSTTMED TO BE CORRECT. For Advertising Rates apply Etrectory Department Alberta Government Telephones CALGARY OR THE LOCAL BUSINESS OFFICE SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invited to meet representa- tives of our committee at the TJM.CJu any Thursday between the hours of 8 and pjn. Our committee will be glad to help you in any way possible, 'Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee Sfone-Tite ShingleS The Stacey Lumber Co. Ltd. The Subway Lumber Ave. North Phone 3421 CLEAN UP PAINT UP MAKE LETHBRIDGE SHINE Support the Junior Chsraber of Commerce City Beautifiealion Campaign PUBLIC ENEMY Morm cfuldriK J ywr fawn from Itw Mtow. She's a Veteran Too Send her a lovely Spring Bouquet or a Flowering Plant for MOTHER'S DAY MAY 12th Frache's Flower Shop Phone 2666 Lethbridge, Alberta. This message is bronsht von thronjli the" courtesy of Fifth Street S, Lethbridge Phone 2487 DANCE-LAKE PAVILION SATURDAY MAY 4 STEVE SMEREK and his Royal Albertans ADMISSION: 65c. Ladies 35c. Tax included.