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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY Service On June 10 Called by Death CANNERY CROPS Seediar cannery crape is abomt the same acreage as last season trill be Dlznted. ac- evrdin; to Kobt. Broder of the Broder Canning Company, bridge. The land is dry and leant- farmers are Irrigsttet Ihfir land before Meetings orecasts ssue st a.m. o j i oubUe weather office j been supply and Tf n litar (R) 5ti- H.CJL Pjurt I Orders by Major L. S. Turcotte, OScer Commariding. Th- parades will be held la tie Armory curing the weei end- ing llth May, S451. 1. Batterr parsde on Monday, May hcurs. 2. raess meetins on Tuesday, May 7. a: 3KX) hours. 3. Band oracttie on Wednesday, May 8. as 2000 hours. 4." OSicers, XC.O.'s and Special- ists on Thursday, May 9, ai 2000 Hours. Dress: Batile dress. ing; AS per Captain K A. t Sdmcnteu. "Valid until -Svnotsis at am. tossy: A f-iw cool air continues over Jbe nrairies with clcucy to overcast at most stations- Etizzle" 6: "ram is falUng st several uoints in eastern and Sas- Temperai .ires wsH re- relatively cool :oday, wsrmmg slowlv over Albert on Sunday anc ;maia cool in Sas-stchewan. frost was reported at sev- -Kjmts in Southern Alberts Suthem Saskatchewan last night. Overcast s3des in central regions the overnight temperatures up around 33 to 40 degrees. conur-u- Medicine" becoming clesr and Sunday. Warmer sundav wines becoming 15 m-p-h. on Sunday low i-omghE 30- rtisn Weekly Orders BerialZ No. 33. May Ssaed by Ti. Waaon. Parti. Administration. Mondav, Mav squadron wEl parade at the CoHs- tiate at 1SJ5 hccrs proceed cy bus to Air Cades euaners as No. 1 RX3t.tr. After fall-in and roH can, active preparations win be made for fee instectiDn and the Tisis of the Air Cadet LSalsoa Officer of So. 2 AH cadets are expected to be jrtflent. Those desiring credits are to in TO the orderly room it xaaz prevJoBEly done. Part 2. "PcrsoaneL Orderly officer E-5-4S to 11-5-M, TO. C. Larson. Orderly K.C.O. 5-5-4S io H-S-te, Cpi- Hbulton. Arthur K. Patlaad, IO, lor C-O Jfo. 11 Sqdn. nounce the birth of a dsasrhter, Vadine Selena, on Apnl 29th, a! Gals Hospital. ___SOS for the weeS commendng Kay 6, 194S: Ship's comoaay wH parade the ship Moricsy, May S. fell in: Big of dayt Blues trttJi bine Jerseys. Training as per sr CJoalcale platoon parade at the ship on Mtasday Mar 6. tixTi in at the comrnuniEy nsTl in Coaldale as and proceed to LerJabricge. Eig of the dayt Blues with blae Jersevs. Training as per syllabus. Cpaldale plawxin wiH parade ai eommnaity na71, Coaldale, Thuis- cay. May 9. Pan in: Kg of the day: Blues with Hue Jerseys. Training as per syllabus. N. Phillips, Training Officer, for Ileut. H. A. Arnold, CoJEraanding Officer, R.C5.C.C. KETCRNS FROM f-S. H. Ellison, manager of the lison and HJevstor Com- mv. has returned from the Um- iv' 76 53 64 65 56 'anccuver Weather synopsis and orecasts issued st 11 a.m. 50 30 2S __ 32 33 5D Speeding up service 12 hours onj the Kettle Valley tram, which passes through was announced at Nelson. B.C_ ca Friday by George H. Bailie, gen-s Lnager of western lines. The t go into effect, oa Jirnej to the announcement, WTen- j ,-.___ rtf 43 35 .09, large ranch 48 35 Heed his son. ___L: at the Mayo ear condition. Clinic for an y j TO MJX 13 POST Ma-or Villias M- Arnold, fortner- Iv of Wi and Tsromo, I for Mjlitsry trict "13. succeeding Lr.-CoL S. H. headquarters an- thbndge tonight 30. High Announcements DR. D. A. H Phone 2457. vet lisiec in 1784 Births Coombs. district nounced today. WKITING THESIS HERE Ian Crawford, graduate in T ecgmeerms and son of Chief !r> scector John Crawford 01 the Al- berta deosrtrsenr of mines, is here studying the _ _ ___of the district snsT writing a thesis. Geology of the Lethbr-dge Field, for his XLSc. degree. ARBOR DAT Mcndav. which is Arbor Dsy, wij be an officially oroclainied holi- day, but civic employees in Sdrnon- icn are takrss it aayway. It is y? to the cil to sroclaiEn Day a pro- v-ncial bss this year, ss in the war years, no such action is. to be taken by the Alberta rcents of fruit. According to the announcement, there will be no layovers at Medi- cine Hat or Nelson. No announcement has been raade as to connections withj the Spokane Irternanonal trsin at Yahk, vrhich carries in addition to passengers, express loads of fruits EEd vegetables from the Unised States, built; is Uiely that a mixed rrain win connect with this and passengers and express through East Kooienay and to Lethbridge and Calgary on soffie- wha; the same schedule as that or eastbound train from will mean two daily SflJ Li., government. Provincial employees will worS ss nsaaJL ACCOSIPANIED FARTT Major General "WTorthington recent to Macleod in con- nection inth the new army secap in rsilitarv district- In the uarrr wss Lieui. Hobt. Toogood. who "is in command of "A" Troop of the 93rd Battery with headquar- ters a; Msdeod. SCHOOL INSPECTOR When Kober- Warren, of Eswly spppTMed SgJi School who will have his tesd- in L-cthbridse. takes over i Southern Alberta poiais. mav be some cnanges in th- new schedule tat probably be ftboui as follows: tesve Vancouver Grand Forks Arrive Nelson p.m. Ijeave Nelson 6 Arrive Creston S p.m. Arrive CranbrooS 3.1 Arrive Femie 3 Arrive Macleod ajn. Arrive Lethbridge ajn. Calgarv ,c Medicine Ha; 12 noon. change the schedule of the Kettle Valley is Q-ars Mr. and Mrs. HI Barrows an- j fc is expected there will I services. ounce the birth of a causer, rsspeciors j inson of Esikom. _ Se'-vices will be held at the TTmt ed church, MUi River, on Monaay. Mav 6. az 2 pjn, with Rev. T. M. Sarnoff ofSciatirg. Interment will be in. the MiTs: Haver cemetery, witn Martin Bros, directors of funeral Deaths T -j IT 12. dtr on Mav 3rd, WiSiam linrsmg St." aged rears, beloved husband Jane of 73S-18th St. 2T. Funeal services will be con- ducted from Christersen Bros. Chapel on Monday. May 6th at 2 pj-C by Bev. 2obsrt ifagowan. In- zrmenc in the family plot in Mountain. "View cemetery. Chris- tensea. 3rcs. funeral directors. 204 away on May 3rd. Thomas Sichard, aged years, beloved husosEd of Mrs. Aanie E. Hurlbart of Milk Hiver. Services wffl be ndd ia the TTnited Church MflS; Hiver. cm 3abnday, May 6th at 2 psu the Her. T. M. Hafpoff officiainis-. Interment in MHS River canetery. Martls. Bros- directcrs of funeral service. 205 be two high school inspectors in i the south. The other is A. B. Svan- j son Cardston, raw sctang ja that., capacity- "Warren recently re- tarned from posi-gradusie study as Harvard. Ol Cssadian output of crude petro- leum and natural gasoline in De- cember, 1S45, amounted to S66.SS3 barrel, bringing total ouzpus fcr tte vear to barreis, compared with barrels in 194C the Dominion Bureau of Sta- tistics at Ostswa Tenors. Output in Alberta totalled 64Z553 barrels; Saskatchewan and ths Sortll- west Territories 5353 barrels. Retiring Officer Feted officers Alberta were WSL tXXMXG. SK. The rf TraUani Mr e S- 85 years, 723 Ifch St. X. oc- curred Fridsv. Som in Glasgow. he "came 10 Lethbridge 37 ago and wss employed for a number of years in the