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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY Moose Lodge Members Attend LARGE CONGREGATIONS OPEN JUBILEE MISSION, ST. AUGUSTUS THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN St. Augustin's ehureh four-day Diamond Jubilee mission, beisg conducted by Rev. P. K. Smye, BJU DJX Dear, of Calgary, opeaec Sunday iarge congregations present at the morning ana evening services. Dean Smye, speaks quietly, sincerely and with artistic apprecia- tion of "the drama of Christianity, ice light o------- Defining a mission, the dean said It is a time in the life of a parish is spent effectively is the important thing. Religion is the way of life. Although cannot undo errors of the past, life can be remace through God and do better in the future. The vrorld can only im- prove through twwer from Him and belief in Him. All good impulses are the spirit of God working through man. Evils can be removed by living in accordance to His spirit. True victory is only through faith in God and living according to His his zooming of A Bright City TrvsUtmt Hill ut Jayeees Sap- VENEZUELA RAPIDLY FORGING TO FRONT IN OIL PRODUCTION CANCER CONTROL DRIVE ARF AKfc Venezuela is rapidly becoming one in tee smaller places and that of the oil producing read them. The natives are God to catch up with peo- (Faith. Dean Saaye spoke on con- nle who been so busy doing version in the evening. Conversion other things. It is a rime to put is not a Care of religious emotion 'hJagsTfirsr and give God an lasting for a short time, leaving opportusm-to talk to us. The pow- apathy in its wake, bat is; a pro- ersof good and evil did not stop cess lasting through life. It is the with the coming of peace after -war. turning away from the thmgsof Evil is sell rampant _and now is We to the permanency of God. Cteve president of tht bridge Junior Chamber of Cosn- has given his full support to the present Civic beautifieation campaign of the organization. In a statement he says: "The present civic beauUfication campaign ia the city is an integral part of the nation-wide endeavor- to urge citizens to beautify their homes both inside aixJ out. elim- inate fire hazards, accidect hazards and general ugliness and drabiiess. "A bright city snakes lor citizens and is also aa inducement. to tourists to remain a liuls longer than they would otherwise do. In this regard, when the tourist infor- mation centre being established by the Jaycees is completed, is. is felt that it will be one. of the neatest and well-kept and attractive spots in to. the world, according to S. P. King, petroleum engineer, who was a visitor in Kthbndge Friday evening en route by air from that country to his home in Calgary- "She is pushing Russia now for second place and I wouldn't be sur- prised if she surpasses that country m production next year." he pre- dicted. He spoke of the big boom oa at present in Venezuela because the oi there is very adaptable to the manufacture of high octane gas and for use in navy diesel fields. Hie major portion of it, is exported to the United States. Making Economic Economically, the country is mak- ing raoid strides. Following the re- volution, which took place there about, six ir-onths ago. things are showing definite steps toward im- provement under the new demo- cratic government which !s com- Some Areas posed of young, well educated, so- evasion conviction andenuncia- ____ dean said. are just what we believe and ters what we He referred to how time has Conversion is chassed and that the coming of and the final consummation is only atomic bomb is just a begin- achieved in the life to come. -The Results most gratifying f sirs. A. 3. FtJJKWtoB, eomener of to date in the LethJbrldge Catcer the canvass, aays Control Drive -with bouse-to- j tbe 290 women can-rasters, house canvass having been com- j seating 28 local organizations, did a. pieted Saturday. Returns reported! splendid job isdi-ridaaBy with one today, MOTxiay. are represent- group, beaded 'or Mrs. W. P. HOT, __________ i. inf collection from canvass, dona- i ha-sin? turned in MW from their 1 tiocs from city business men. and effort. Mrs. V. Belford ass been _______ Bosne sections of southern Al-; si35 tent in from Ocaloale. secretarr for the drive -which is Trade With Canada berta received rain and snow over The Cancer depot is the bv Mayor A. W. ShadtJe- Trade between Canada and Ven- i the week-end and tr.e weather is j citv hali will be open each, after-, Jord. is noticeable there with Ca- 'still unsettled, iethbndge recened coon this week frosa 1 to 5 pjn. to, to the local cazrraM. nadian furs being advertised ex- I only a of precipitation bus at, receive additional to 10 axsist the local mainly concerned -with -what goes on in their own country. Popular unrest was the cause of tbe tion but with the new government f in it is thought much better j living conditions -aill result. _ ...__ tensirely as well as other goods from Kuabal! in the Cardston dastric', 38 tfce and for Ejssbership tick-' Cardston this country. Prices are high. A man's s-ji _ costs between SS5 and SSO. Shrrts are bght sr.ow a- oir-r-bwr s of precipitation was recorded. Care- ,-jS: stoa got ram Sunday night ace area also received ccssid- costs between S15 and Creole Petroleum Corporation which; cnSK'StfSFg PERMIT FOR DOMINION BANK BUILDING IN CITY is a subsidiary of Standard Jersev. People connected will oil company Uve in a little city oJ their own provided by the company and includes modern bungalows, schools with teachers imported from the States, a large ciub house -ahich includes a Uieatre and there is a medical staff and clinic. Each camp Three inches of snow fell dansg' for i the night but sk-es cleared Monday morning. S rain. Foremost report .14 of rain Sa- in tt for tbe Oaspaay baa S50.000 bank bten lie cosrracs lor the side of the Mar-1 a brick and has been issued %o tbe' measunr? 23 feet wide and to Sees deep. buSJdirs base and a. basement. Coraaarue- for another two monuis.. tics ss btlsg dslayed TO esa'aie ses- occnp-nng tbe property to isd tarday. No Snow and rain fell __ ST.O-S- i ei: on tile rncortairs new baseless quarters, toe Crop's Nest Pass ra'ja, level. at the week- I Study Meat Supply Taggart Calk Meeting At Ottawa George Soss, Aden rancher and j meat and cattle will be removed in member of the Western Beef Ooun- i U.S. at the end of June Canaca cil. told The Herald Saturday that, may play a waiting game, members of the advisory board to' the federal meat board had been called to meet in Quawa early nesi week. The call came from Gordon Taseart, chairman of the meat board, and is believed to arise out of the chaotic coaditon of the mg-fcpE folio-King the recent ultimatum of the big packers. Mr. Boss "plans to fly to Onavra next Tsrees-end. With between and 1.403 nine The chursh muse change i paradox of Christianity is wnat you persor_s attending the three night- and advance and one must give you "keep. lv presentations of the Y-M.C_A.'s rethink one's "If vou believe Members of the Loyal Order oi annuai blackface minstrel show in God fv Father, then" whv don't the ilocse attended the evening ser- j vrhich reached a climax Saturday vou live that he askedl show- vice and were -welcomed by Dean night, the production was a coni- !r." that the Fatherhood of God em- f Smye who spoke of their splendid plete success from every point of b-aees all mankind. How one's life work. __________ xiew. said E. C. Cameron, general Eecretarv of the Lethbridge Y.M. C.A. today, pointing out that a handsome sum had been raised to help finance the local organiza- tion's summer camo program. At, the close of the unal show Saturday night Frank of the Leihbridge "Y" board, convey- members of the ________.._ ____ he presented to the P. Cull and Morton Browne suitable mementoes o: esteem and appreciation. The spirit of fun and hilarity in the show was kept, at a high level bv the dialoeue and antics of the following: Dixie Perry. June Emer- son. Georee Patey. Alec Davidson. Albert Cherrinskil E- C. Cameron. spread there between the few. j has its own commissary ana !m- j ead on Maclecd and AlOrsyde! Bdaaiafl Hugo Khtzke. very wealthy and the ports food for the employees. There subdivisions of she railway! Hat salesmaK. has made applies-, of very, verr ooor people. I is a large hospital in each division. division as ftl'. as the Cro-sr's Kest i tioa the prorsr-dil secretary to Education" has not been compul- 1 Natives Benefit i pass. Other points on the Lsth- change his caine to Scmur-d sorv in the past but it will be under I The natives who work for the oil i bridge ci-.isjor. cloudy ar.c teger. according to a r.otzce m the the" new co'vernment. according to companies are benefiting greatly culm. with temperatures ranges I Alberts Gassfj- the young engineer. He says the with their children averaee native knows little" about educations both academically what Is going on in the world out- medically. Adult education side as there are few newspapers "I nave ao doubt the -whole uro- blem of Canada's meat supply will thoroughly discussed." said Mr. Soss. "The big Question 3s bow to nrovide a sonng flow of killing beef under tbe present price level for processed beef which is the same Throughouu tbe year. This does nos give inucb encouragement; to tbe feeder to feed high priced grains in tbe winter in order to nave fat cat- 50 More Wartime Housing Units Engineers have now started lay- ing out tbe sites for the second lot of 50 Housing units to be constructed here and prefabrication of the homes is to start immedi- ately at tbe Bird Construction Company's jig- norra of the Inter- national Harvester Company build- ing. Averaee cost of tbe homes is esrimatefi at 54.000 each. Of tbe tie to sell in spring. If this price scheme is continued we will eventu- aily go back to rbe old ranch days when the beef cut was made in tbe tali, all tbe fat cattle delivered then, and there were no more fat- cattle till the next spring. That would be a most unsatisfactory state of said Mr. Ross. But -whether tbe advisory council Trill fee able to put forward a solu- tion, Mr. Ross is doubtful. "Witn tbe possibility thai, all ceilings on} second let. 23 are to be built on the south side and 23 on tbe north side. CHANGE IN SITTINGS Koiice is given in the latest issue of tbe Alberta Gazette that the sit- tings of the district court scheduled to be held at Foremost on May IE will be held on June 21. CAFE OPEN CONTINUOUSLY The Grill Cafe at Kimberley. B.C., under new management since last August, bas beea open continu- ously since that time. It is a popu- lar cafe with travellers in tbe Koot- enay area, which is preparing for a big tourist season. In Police Court Ss also! was no i __daniage reported. Two inches of scOTr was reported _. .____._ ____3 .cu on a 01 along 3rd Ave. S. at an unreason- able rate of speed. H. A. Gingras of Lethbridge was fined So" and S3 costs in city police court Monday morning. He pleaded innocent but was found guilty after police testi- fied he was checked driving at 35 miles an hour. A. "Witts of Goddard admitted failing to keep to the right when driving his car around the turn of an intersection and was fined ?1 and S3 costs. Parking on the wrong side of a street cost B. Rinley of Leth- bridge S2 court costs." Hugh McAlpine of Calgary ad- mitted a charge of vagrancy and was sentenced to the time be spent in custody. John "Weist ot Enchant admitted parking z. truck carrying oil drums in a restricted area of the city and was fined SI and S2 costs. i King He sav5 it. is hot from 10' Brocket had of rsir. and snow. ajn. to 2 p.m- with the thermometer j Fir.cher Creek received a good reaching between 90 and 100 but, it' night rain anc had Is delightfully cool in after- j noon and evening. i He was preceded to Canada sev- eral months ago by Mrs. King and. their two children who have been visiting relatives in Calgary. All. plan to return to Venezuela in June: travelling by air. The direct trip takes five days. LEG FRACTURED A horse kicked young Joseph At the Theatres Complete shtrss: "Tbe Bells of St. Four "Trutrt AboiK Last complete snow K "Adventures of "Bead to MAIL ORDERS BIG OR SMALL Receive prompt, careful atten- tion. Write irith. confidence t MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331-5th St. S. 4I4-13th St. N. phone 2205. Phone 3145 WINDSTORM INSURANCE Bowman Agency Insurance, Real Estate, Bentals POTATO GROWERS We are buving NETTED GEMS CARLOADS OR TRUCKLOADS Plunkett Savage Phone All Oddfellows Attention Lions Tantigen t DISSOLVED ORAL VACCINE CATARRH (SEE PAGE 8) Hofer, eigbt-year-old son of Jacob Hofer, Stirling farmer, on Saturday morning, causing a severe fracture of the leg. He was immediately rushed to Lethbridge and placed_ in Gait hospital for treatment, and is imoroving as well as can be expect- ed." DANCE TONIGHT EAGLES to 10 ONLY ICE BOXES SEE OCR IVINDOW DISFLAT North Lethbridge Hardware GOOD NEWS FOR FORD OWNERS We can cow equip your car with Type" shock ab- sorbers. This will grae your Ford unsurpassed ridics epiaU- :ies plus reaiirnuai safety. Ccice in and talk !t over. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers ELECTRIC DOOR CHIiMES Morris Barrett ot baSdisg hoaseiold effects, ett, hare in- creased considerably. We lit am- mend that JOB review the of tnsurutee are Wise-Insure With ITCS 4 MORE 750x20 USED TIRES tlKE TO SEJX Trimbles For Tires 316-llth St. S- Phone 20t7 PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all makes of washers and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES SERVICE 317-8th St. S. Alf Calhoun Bruce Dnrfee DO PEOPLE CALL YOU A DRUNKARD? Do you drink much that your home and business life suffering? Do you want to quit drinking? If you do, write ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS tomor- row we will help cure you completely. BOX 459 LETHBRIDGE CLEANUP FIX UP MAKE LETHBRIDGE SHINE Support the Junior Chamber of Commerce City Beautificmtion Campaign ROYAL TYPEWRITERS The world's No. 1 Typewriter is available again. Many sensational features. Standard machines S165.00. Commercial Printers and Office Outfitters Ltd. "Typewriter Sales and 326-7th St. S. Phone 2983 Vita-Bay JJ m U The secret of fresh, natural coloring is in these five lus- cious shades. Yita-Rmy Lip- stick makes your lips satin smooth and alluring. i R.fSJU S0< STOKES DRUG CO. LTD. PHONE ZtSl FIFTH ST. Supina Store News PHONES 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER 3456 FREE DELIVERY PAULA ARTIFICIAL SWEETENER. Per bottle 30c 20c SACCHARINE TABLETS. Per box QUAKER OATS, plain. Per pkg......... QUAKER OATS, tumbler. Per pkg.................... PORRIDGE, Jiffy. 2 pkgs. for COCOA, Cowan's. 1 Ib....... 35c 24c TF you want to enjoy coffee at Its dclsciows, arcrsade best be sure you get Maxwell House Coffee. Ita friendly stimulation buoys you up helps yea the rough sects. Asd there's a wealih. of enjovraiat in its delicious Savor and rich, satisfying body. Maxwell Hmise is blended with traditional skin from choice Latin-Americas coffees. It's Roasted to bring out the fill fiavor of every bean. Try Maxwell House today. It's "Good, to the Last Husbands go for vrell House in a big way. That's because it has txim fragrance and flavor. so deeply satisfying. LISTEN! Bums and Allen on the air every Thursday S union KOA p-m-, E NIGHT BALL TICKETS COUPLE (TAX INCLUDED) Tickets obtainable at Canadian Legion, Main Desk M arquis Hotel and from Stan c'o H. R. Carson Co. Ltd. SPONSORED BY THE CANADIAN LEGION B.E.S.L., LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, TO BE HELD WEDNESDAY NIGHT, MAY 8th IN The Marquis Hotel Ballroom BATEMAN'S ORCHESTRA NOVELTY DANCES PRIZES PATRIOTIC DECORATIONS ;