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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY Plant Conference HUGE TIDE OF TOURIST TRAFFIC INTO ALBERTASEENBY CAMPBELL traffic into Alberta this summer and the urgent need for organizing now to take care of it. Dan Camp- bell Edmonton, publicity com- missioner for the province, was a visitor in the city Thursday. To The Herald, Mr. Campbell said that 2 conference on tourist traffic is being held to Edmonton May 16, 17 and 18, to -which all interested bodies are inrited to have repre-, aemation. These include Boards of Trade, Junior Chambers of Com- merce, garage and restaurant oper- ators, hoielmen. travel associations, etc. At this conference plans Trill be considered for improving the ac- commodation in the province for tourists including the licensing of muto camps. Resolutions should be anu. in ahead of the conference, Mr. Campbell said. Interest, in the United States in travel into Alberta this season may be judged, said Sir. Campbell, by the moumlns flour of inquiries being received by his office and others in the government departments at Edmonton. Many mountain resors hotels are booked almost solidly now. Mounted Police Cases Concluded THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN POTATO GROWERS We are buying NETTED GEMS CARLOADS OR TRUCKLOADS Plunkett Savage Lethbridge Phone Can't Find House, Clotet Office Lethbridge housing shortage is responsible lor the closing of the Canadian grain inspection office at the government elevator here, ac- cording to E. teecfa, inspector, who says he has been in the city for three months and. can't find. txouse to rent. "I've worn out my shoes walking the streets and lost my voice beg- ging for a home, luclc. Sow I'm closing the office tempor- arily and leaving for .Edmonton t to join my family where at least we have a roof over our heads." He had received a consolation clipping from nis wife the other day which read: seek homes ia Edmon- ton." Guido Rliprizzi of Bellevue, charged In district- Royal Canadian Mounted Police court with danger- ous driving, contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada, was fined ana costs when before Police Magistrate Fred Antrobus at Blair- more. He was charged following a highway accident. Charged under the Criminal Code, of Canada with common assault, Sam Sambor of Bellevue was fined S20 and costs when he appeared be- fore Police Magistrate Fred Antro- bus at Blairmore. FIRE BRIGADE RUNS Fire broke out at the home of 6% on your money with security. us how. Bowman Agency Insurance, Real Estate. Rentals SCHICK INJECTOR RAZOR ONir KAZOK AUTOMATIC BLADE CHANGE COMPLETE WITH SMART METAL CASE AND Drug Stores 331-Sth St. S. 414-13th St. N. Phone 2205 Phone 3445 FIRE CHIEF BACKS CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN The alarming Increase in the number of fires in recent months was cited by Fire Chief Short in urging ail residents of Lethbridge to join in the current Junior Cham- ber of Commerce spring clean-ap campaign to eliminate the hazards that breed, fires. It is the cheapest aacl most effective protection of from eight to tea per cent over the same period of the. previous year. "This sharp rise in the Sre curve should serve as the moss compelling: reason possible why every resident of Lethbridge should loSa in the clean-up drive to put his house in homes and buiidicgs possible, be order. I caat. urge a sense of la- declared, because a fire that never j dividual responsiMiity wx> strongly, starts is harmless. I We. at the fire departz----- -----J In Trfater months. heating j out. buTwe' Hunt Is On far Crvws Province Plaintiff. The hunt is on for crows and magpies in Alberta, and the pro- vincial goTernoaent has allowed 500 toward the extermiaaUoa of these predators. The moaey Trill be paid to the Alberta Pish and Game Association to meet part of the cost of bounty payments. This year the two feet of a. crow or rcag- sie bring those surrendering >n for gov- plants are in constant use. iae fire asosinA ja every home preventing curve reaches iis peat, Cmel Short Sxes b eliminating the hazards pointed pat. The next most danger-, saiA The C. Morton, north of the exhibition grounds, on Ai pjn. the local fire department responded to the alarm. On arrival they dis- covered that a mattress and bedding had caught Sze. believed to have been caused by a lighted cigarette end. The blaze was extinguished with chemicals. Later in the day, at PJBL, the sprinkler alarm at the Leth- bridge Herald tripped and automa- tically notified the fire department. No fire was discovered at the build- ing upon arrival of firemen. ous period is in fhe spring when 1 high winds, limited humidity, and I dry, flammable wooden roofs may j combine to whip a small fire oiig- inating in a pile of rubbish, into a. disastrous conflagration. At the Complete shows: "Bells of St. Mary's." "Fighting Guardsman." "Ambush Last complete show at "Guest in the "Dudes are Pretty Asked about the fire-breeders that can be eliminated. Chief Short made these lecotaaaendations: -They are the usual ones found in most homes, especially after a winter of indoor living. Accumu- Citing recent figures compiled by lated rubbish, such as old maga- zSBes. fcroten pieces of furniture. payments was made at the lass ses- sion, of the legislature. Dan Cupid Has Busy Month the National Fire Protection assu- elation, a technical, non-profit or- ganization which sponsors spring clean-up.. Chief Short said, fire losses in Canada, last year reached the staggering total of But even more alarming, he said, Judgment For Mdntyre Company In Road Aflowaee Case Jwfement fat a allvwaace lease reatal gen- eral interest ia naehtaff circles in the frvTince the zenerally has jwst down by Mr. Justice A. f. fmimg the Alberta suynmt This is the ease nt the ic the right of the province of Alberta, represented by the sin- ister of public works, versos the aCelntrre Jtanchinr ttA, the jndcnent the action the ylaintiir with- out cosu. Respecting: costs tie judgmeat says: "The Question costs gives rise to some difficulties. The plain- has not succeeded but one can- He works, sued the Mdntyre Xancn- ing companr, south of Magratb. In the M33c River ridge country, lor some representing tease rea- tal of 25 an acre an some 133 miles of public highway lands on the McSJtyre ranch, letroaetive to toe time the company fas formed in 1913 when it took over from the original tnsroers late W. H. Mfc- Intyre, ST.. who came into South- ern Alberta in the eaaiy "Sffs ae- qyiring the original ifclnsyre ranch land south of Magrath. There are eight acres of Jand ia each mils of roadway four rode wide, so the rental o? the roads would K a, mile to the rancher. In the judgment the learned cleaning rags asd other household remnants, that clutter up the attic, closets, basement and garage, should be cleaned oat. Any discarded, but still useful, clothing should be turn- ed over to relief agencies, and rags iQf f is the fact that since November and wastepaper turned over for ihe number of fires has increased salvage." SPRING CLEAN-UP DRIVE IN CITY GOING AHEAD STEADILY J Twice as many marriages were- i registered in Lethbridge at the of Vital Statistics in April, is in April the previous year, the birth rate declined and the death rate increased. FSgures for 1946 show 57 births. 28 marriages and 21 deaths as compared with ihe 1945 statistics of 92 births. 14 marriages and 15 deaths. RETIRES FKO5t AJtMY Lethbridge's civic cleanup cam- paign is proceeding rapidly with the .prevailing fine weatner, and auth- orities are pleased with the progress that has been mace.'However, due to the fact that the city has become built up in the last few years in those areas where previously there were vacant lots, many citizens can no longer bum 'combustible niD- bish. is a result there is consicer- ablv more trash to be carted away by "the city's cleanup gang. For this reason the length of time BOOK NEWS Gauntlet to ............................S3.OO The Egg and McDonald Xurse "JAdd 15c for postage) Commercial Printers Office Seventh Street S. QUtf ittCrS Ltd. Book Store for the South" required to complete the cleanup wil> in all probability be greater this vear. The drive got underway around the middle of Aoril. and at the pre- sent time, it is expected to continue till around the end of May. Another feature which has pro- tracted the cleanup this year hasj been the slowness oa the part ofj some home owners to clean up the j trash on their property. On a auin- j ber of occasions the cleanup crews have been forced to return to areas i which they had already finished.! in order to pick: up trash that was set out after they had already pass- ed through the neighborhood. I With reference to this. City En- gineer James Haimes told the Her- j aid that citizens could do much toj aid the drive If they would start! early and clean up all of their j property at one time, thus saving i the'city wxirfeers from, retracing their steps. i Several trucks and about tea men ,are engaged in the cleanup pro- grata. R. C. Coieman. Montreal, son of D. C. Coleaian. president of the C.P.R., was in Caigary Thursday en to the Pacific coast. He recently retired from the army in which "he held the rank of Lieut.- CoL and received th D.S.O. and the M.C. during the war. This week ear RADIO SERVICE We have complete data on YOTJS set, which saves us time and you not. be oblivious to the fact- that takea the view that "the pfointtg the plaintiff's conduct in leaving! did not suffer any actual the defendanc in undisturbed pas-1 damage" and goes on to say: fiz session has been of some advantage! is assumed. I think truite properly. to the plaintiff but has also been that the defendant's livestoci have highly useful to the defendant. In j grazed on tee road allowances hi my view the action should be dis-} the saiae manner as they grazed on. missed without costs." Tbe crown j the defendant's adjoining lands, bat was represented by A. B. Hogg, it is difficult- believe that the S.C., and the defendant company j plaintiff could have leased these by A. Gladstone Virtue. KLC. The i road allowances as grazing lands case was heard on Feb. S and 7 for any sum whatever or that the last when judgment was reserved. plaintiSf has suffered any less for Eagerly Awaited i can JMrar claim damages." The judgment has been eagerly j awaited as it involves the traditional 1 early day issues of road allowances, i the closing of gates on roads through ranch areas, and mays set the pattern of road allowance. leases universally in the ranch country. Many stockmen attended; the hearing which was held in Lethbridge court house. Mr. Justice j Ewing presiding. In the action the province of Al- berta, through the minister of pub- MfKfNZiE- flCCTRIC ITD. GOOD NEWS FOR FORD OWNERS We can now equip your car with "Airplane Type" shock ab- sorbers. This will give your Ford unsurpassed riding quali- ties plas maximum safety. Come in and talk it over. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers Do Your Part Ia Letrfbricge a. beautiful city- Paint Up With CLL. PAINTS, VARNISHES, ENAMELS Junior Chamber of Commerce beautification campaign May 1st to llth. Morris Barrett HAKDWAKK Values of banding properties, household effects. Have in- creased considerably. We recom- mend that you review the amount of insurance are carrying, Be Wise-Insure With Ires Supina Mercantile Bargain Specialists ff ttce RiTTrHRR WEAR- 2866: MEN'S WEAR, 3456 Grocery News PHONES: GROCERIES, 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER, 3456; LADIES' WEAR, 2866; MEN'S WEAR, 34M BOYS' WOOL TWEED Twx> Pant Suits Smart suits for boys six to ten years. Styled in fash- ionable three-button drape models with two pairs of pants to each suit. Tailor- ed from wool tweeds in shades of brown, green and blue. Per 1O.95 MEN'S WORK BOOTS Valentine and Martin The famous and Martin" quality work boots. Made -with uppers of black elk in plain-toed outside counter style, solid leather soles nailed and sewn and half rubber heels. Sizes 6 to 11 including half sizes. Pair elk in piain-ioea ouisu MEN'S HORSEHIDE WORK. GLOVES Strong Horsehide (trade name) -with out- sewn seams and mnleskin cuffs. 10 to 11. Schick Injector Razors j Back Siiick Injector needs no in- troduction to men yrho appreciate smooth comfortable shaves. Automat-ic blade change. Complete -with 20 Hades. LADIES DRESSES Beautiful dresses for summer wear. Made from silk and crepe fabrics in a wide range of styles and col- orings. Complete size range. to Ladies Fashionable Shoes Smartly styled yet comfortable these shoes have uppers of fine calf leathers in brown only. Made in open toe Cuban heel models. Full size range. LADIES' SPORT JACKETS Smartly styled sport coats, tailored from all-wool materials including some "plaids, in both fitted or box models. Wide range of fashionable shades. Sizes 12 to 20. CHILDREN'S BLOUSE and SHORT OUTFITS Cool outfits for summer wear, con- sisting- of fine quality drill blouse in plain shades or striped with shorts to match. Shorts are styled bib fronts. Colors: Blue or white. Sizes 10 to 14x. Per outfit PHONES 2466 2966 ICKS INHALER CHILDREN'S DOESKIN JACKETS Boys41 Play Suits Smart-looking play suits, well made from quality broadcloths that will launder beautifully. Button-on pants. effects in brown, blue and yellow. Sizes 2 to 6. BOYS' TWEED COAT AND CAP OUTFITS Smart coat and cap outfits tailored from wool tweeds in herringbone patterns in shades of or tan. Coat is three button box model with half COCOA, Cowan's, Is..... CAKE FLOUR, Swansdown, pkg. BABY FOODS, Heinz, 6 49c FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES belted back and slash pockets. Sizes 3 to 6. Per outfit n i Snappy military style jackets made from a good quality doeskin in air force blue shade. Finished with two pockets, shoulder tabs and gold braid trim. Sizes 2 to 4 years. Each FLANNELETTE I Quality, white flannelette, 36 inches wide. Per yard 3Oc CELERY, California. Per Ib. LETTUCE, solid heads -2 for 29C SPINACH, California los- 25C CAULIFLOWER, white heads. Each 350 GREEN ONIONS, local ...4 bunches 15c ASPARAGUS, California. Ib 10C FRESH PINEAPPLE Each ORANGES NEW CROP VALENCIAS Size 392 OC 3 doz O PINKS Size 112 O3Q for JZtt ibt> QCrf% 2 doz Size 176 2 for GRAPEFRUIT, Marsh seedless, size 126 5 25C lEWSPAPERr ;