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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta QE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1946 Moose Coyne was stolen from in i ess Tweltth. Street S, on Moacay aw-a-re evening. License rsimber of thi iachSe is 27-63S. Isniiion keys were left in the snschirse as tie time is "sras taken. IDAHO FAIiS MAX H. XI. Groesbeck. branch rsan- ager at Idaho Idaha. of the Holland Furnace eosasav. was a visitor in the city recently, arriv- ing by -Western Air Lines. Mr. later Sew to to a sen. VISIT PIXCHER CREEK Ma'cr-Generai charse of the western army com- mand, and his party, recently visit- ed Ptncher Creek when the matter of enlarging the armories was dis- cussed. setup of the new re- serve army was also Victoria Swift Current Medicine Kat Yanrocver........... i Weather s 'forecasts at 11 ro 55 53 53 53 53 64 61 27 22 27 25 33 31 24 33 35 RECEIVE CHARTER The- rewly-formed High Hirer Chamber of Commerce re- ceived its charter Monday night. O'Connor, national j Junior Cnamber of Commerce I cent, made the presentation. He was accompanied to River by Gordon of the Calgary chamber. s COCOAVTTS RETCRX j Cocoanuts are back on ths msr- 12 s Jtet. After a long absence diiring the war they have reappeared com- 44 ing frost Puerto and South America, indicating that shipping today i is getting back to normal. of lice at Ecmorto nighs Wednesday. Synopsis Synopses at 5.30 today, clesr prevaij over the west- weather! until mid- P- IKOXSffiE Alberta Senior "B" Loop Champions IMPROVING "5V. Park of Ironside and Park. city. TVSS in Banff over the -aeek- end he visited Iroriside of. the company, who has been under j ___ treatment there. Mr. Ironside is, A. "fresh northern flow of cooler snaking good progrss and expects! air will ccver the area by to be back at work at the ere o. and temperatures be about 15 the scontn. Ontario Gueiph. He :s taking science. A BELGIAN REQUEST residing in Canada or ComDsnies located in ths Dominion. personal and or real estates in Belgium have been a.- i A___ OQ 1O7Q tO Forecast Lethbridge region: Clear. North- east -slnds 10 m-p.h. decreasing lisht overrent and beccmn; south st 10 tomorrow. TJVX tomsht at Lethbridge 30. Hish lYednesday 55. :e Hat Clear. North suitable of such damages, and should com- xnanicaie with the Belgian Consii Kcnionton. To receive due orities before July 15. 1946. Eight Degrees Of Frost Recorded Announcemen ts DH- D- A. STLASDS DENTijfr Fhone OTot yet listed in 1784 Births Ught to heavy frosts throughout the district occurred Monday Mr. and Mrs. Korman Hughson. Calgary, announce the birth ot s. daughter. Jeannette Gail on April 26th at Holv Cross Hospital, Cal- ______ night, and the mercury in bridge dropped to register a read- ing of 24 degress of frost. While ifs sot at all likely that the frostv weather will do any harra to field crotjs. it is rare that such low wiU no; be of any help to town gardens. How- ever, agriculturists have expressed the hooe that damage w2i not be Terr serious. While weather south and east of Lethhridge was generally de- scribed as clear and calm with tera- peratures of around 50 degrees, light frosts were reported at Taber and BarnweE- Thres degrees of frost was noted at Bamwell and fottr deerees at Taber. Two degrees of frost was also reported to bare occurred at Carnston. Heavy frosts were registered at Ensign, and High Biver, and lignt frosts at ParSiand Carmaiigay. sqcordmg to reports received at the C-P.3- Tuesday from, the Boith- erl? and westerly portions of the division. No reported damage to crops. wiBTinMim temperature re- corded in. the-city on Monday was 55 fiegrfes. Southeaster- ly winds, blowing at a velocity of about seven, miles per hour, pre- vailed. Council Finn On Zoning Rules An appeal lay MrsT Scots of 1239 Sixth avenue, south against the refusal of the city en- gineer to permit coBsiruction of cabin at the rear of her property was disallowed by council Monday evening, council stating it planned to enforce provisions of the stoning Aldermen Bdwsrd Castles, J. A. Jardine and L. S. Turcotte Tated to have the appeal disallowed while Alderman Fred Smeed opposed the disallowance. Aiier oeartcg Sirs. Scott's counsel make representations in her behalf, councii received a report from. City Engineer J. Baiases, frcTiiriiTig a let- ter he had received from a neigh- bor of Mrs. Scott's, who protested. "most strenuously" against con- struction of the cabin, claiming that i; would develop into "another slum .Mrs. Scott's counsel explained iijat last SoTsmber a cabin in her yard has been destroyed by firs and she took steps this year to rebuild it, hating thus fa? spent on con- struction- He added she had inno- cently overlooked obtaining a build- ing permit ac-a that she "is admit- ting the initial responsibilit; is her Mr. Haimes stated that he could find rjo record of Mrs. Scott having ever secured permission to convert into s. dwelling for rental the cabin which eventually burned. He added that he mads an inspection im- mediately he was notified that a contractor was buildicg a new cabin for Mrs. Scott, pointed out that so building permit had been secured and the cabin a violation of the zoning by- law as siifScien; space was cot arsOable. He said he found the construction "practically completed'' when it was first reported to hlia and ce stopped further work. gary. 260 Cards Of Thanks Mr. famil? those who helped in any -stay curing the time of tnsir beresvement, especiaUv isrho donated the use of their cars, gave flowers and Msss cards. -S3 Land Sales Before Council Handling land sales continues to be an important, part, of the city council's TSrork as Lethbridge's building boom maintJdns its record- Ehattsring pace, and Monday eve- ning's meeting fo'jnd the council facing 13 applications regarding land sales and eight bylaws auth- the sale of residential build- ing sites. Bylaws Passed The byla-a-s which were passed authorized sales of: Three Sots on the ncrthsrest com- er of 12th street C and Third ave- nue north to Gilbert Robert ilages and Annie Ifasgs of Lethbridge for 5135- A lot and a half on the west side of street betireea Seventh sad .Eighth avenue south to John J. Iscey of Lethbridge for S20S.75, the site to be used for a resi- dence- Cine !ot on the north side of Sixth In Memoriam In tasnory of drar Dsd Tallock, who passed away on Mav 7, IS35. How we Triys you on life's pathway, While the voyage is not yet o'er. Oil what joy td know you're resting, Waiting on that golden shore. Ixrvinslv remembered by his wife, Mrs. A. S- Tallock. his caughter-in- Mrs. L. Tallock and family. 235 Bi loving" memory of a dear brother and nacle who massed away suddenly May 7, 1943. Tae blow was great, the shock severe, We little thought his death so near, Only those who have lost can tell, The sorro-s- of parting -sithout f are- Evsr remembered, ever loved. Sister Apna., brother-in-law Sf. nephews, nieces, also Georgia sad Marianne. 233 Meetings AH members of Viaduct Lodge 53. LO.CXR, are requested to be present tonight for degree worSc in the nan at p-m. From Faraway Roumania In. distant Bucharest. Houmania, now under the domination of Hus- Mike Sasnicki, formerly a rail- road worker here, looks over az "Sonny Alberta" longing and a. desire to return as soon as pos- sible. But the difficulty appears to be a shortage of funds, -which makes the trip impossible. Eo one gath- ers from the letter TTitten by him -which recently arrived as the Herald. "Kindly notifv mv relatives and friends around Lethbridge that I am alive and well in Sourcania." he re- cnests, stating "I have -sritten sev- eral letters to them and they have not answered." He then lists a num- ber of close relatives and friends living -srfthin the scuthwestem pars of the province ending on plead- ing cote: "I beg them very much o> help ns get back to Canada." He gives as his address: Illaghi Str. Poiona No. FF, Bucuresti 3, Komania, Eroupa. B1ANY ATTEND RITES LATE WILLIAM LMNfflG Here are members of the Jefferson Eigh School Basketball cluo who were crowned Alberta cham- pions at Cardstcn when they took both ends of a doable-header from Edmonton West Glen High. They have made an enviable record during the basketball season just closed, dropping only one tngravmg. game during league and playoff games. Members of the club include the following, reading from. left 10 right: Front Keinholtz; centre Lowry. E. Lowry. Hay, Lee; back Stoddard Pierson, Kirkman Sheen, Beitz and Jack iloir PHONE 3561 Mr OR NIGHT CHAPEL 812-: Priencs and relatives attended funeral services Mondav afternoon for the late William of 728 18th street north, who died recent-. Iv a; the age of 85 vears. The Rev. a. Magowan, otSciated andj interment followed ui the ilountain View cemetery. Lethbridge. Floral. tributes were nameroiis, witii spe-, cial music being fearored curing, the service. Pallbearers were: W.; J. iJcGuire, John McGuire. J. C. Bowron, Z. Hhcdes. C. Firth, P.. Ctoo'rj-chuk. Chnstensen Bros, had charge of arrangements. bridge for the site to be uses for a residence. I A lot and a on the west side of Seventh street between Ninth and Tenth avenues south to Maud JL-OR-e of Lethbricge for 556. the site to be used for a resi- dence. A lot and a half on the east side of 12th street 3 between Fourth and rlfth avenues north to Robert G. Welsh of Lethbridge for SS5.50 the site to be used for a resi- dence. Two lots on tne east side of ISth street between Sixth, and Seventh avenues south, to Wans Chris Hausen aad Pearl Pern Han- sen, of Lethbridge for S205, the site to be used for a S5.000 residence. Two lots on tae east side of 16th. street between Sixth and Seventh aveaues south 10 Mary Earl of Well- isg for S205, the site to be used for a residence. Two IDS oa the east side of 17th street between Sixta ana Seventh avenues south to Arthur Dorigatti of Lethbridge for tiie site to be used for a. residence. In disposing of land sales appli- cations, council granted D. R. Tates an extension to August 1 of a re- bate_ privilege which expired May 3. this privilege covering purchase of a parcel of land on the south side of Third avenue south between Eighth and Ninth streets. Approval was given to the sale of three lots at 19th street and Fouth avenue north, to H. Boyse for the to be used for the erection of a brick dwelling. Urge Another Site Receiving an offer of assessed J. "W. Dog- terom for five lots on the south, side of Third avenue south between 15th and 16ih streets, council sup- ported a land sales committee rec- ommendation that he choose an- other site. The application sought the lots for a farm equipment a supplies building costing aaproxi- mately An offer from H. J. Hoelofs to purchase five lots between 13th. and 14th streets and Third and Fourth avenues tnorth for storing auto bodies, frames, track boxes and ures was referred to the city manager and city engineer lor at- tention. Receiving an application frora M. McMacoa for three lots on the southwest comer of 12th street A and Second avenue south, which have been included in the formerly proposed armory site, council de- cided to notify Mr. McMahon when the city receives title to the land and to consider his application at that time. Church to Expand Council agreed to sell a lot on the west side of 13th street be- tween Fifth and Sixth avenues north to the First Unated church for S180. the applicants seeking the site with the new of adding to the church shortly. Sale of three lots at 12th street and First; avenue soutii to Plurdtett L and Savsge for the assessed price of with, the rebate clause aopl-.irjg met the approval of the courTeU. providing a" building cost- ing not less than is to be erected, on the land. Sals of a large parcel of land adjoining Westminster school play- grounds to tee public school board for was also approved, rfr's property being recovered, from S. O. Eegland by a cancellation of a sale agreemens through Mr. Heg- land's willingness. Council recommended that H. O. Rollag, who sought to purchase three lots on the nortii side of Third avenue south between I2ta street B and 13th street for a S9.COO garage and machine shop building site, choose another location. An application from" the Union Tractor company to purchase two lots on the south side of Second avenue south between 12th street B and 13th street, was tabled for four weeks at the request of the applicants. Sale of a parcel of pronerty oa the east side of 13tli street between Firss and Second avenue conn to Christie and Rud for a ve- hicle paint and auto body shop Ttas given approval on the condition the required building is completed within one year. Council ruled that tne applica- tion of 27. Alvau for permission, to instai gasoline pamps" at the Air- way Grocery store could not be granted without contravening the zoning bylaw. To Restore Fair Buildings Restoration cf teHdisss in tbe fairxrouBds is to be undertaken Immediately, council Monday evening authorizing the ex- penditure of this year to repair and paint the buildings after hearing an appeal for such action from Alderman J. A. Jardine. In authorizing City Manager J. T. Watson to take this sum of money for this purpose from the city's reserve funds, coun- cil asked him to call for tenders for the undertaking-. Pointing out that the citv had an investment of in the grand- stand and in other build- ings at the fairgrounds. Aidennaa Jardine explained "the buildings axe going to wreck and ruin." He added that repair work and Trmcr. be undertaken -vtlth- out; further delay to stop deteriora- tion and urged that it be done in time to have the buildings la. pre- sentable condition, for the veterans' Trade Board To Hear Dvment llembers of the Lethbridge Board of Trade will hear an address by J. T. Dyment, director of engineer- ing for Trans-Canada Airlines, at their regular monthly luncheon meeting in the Marqais hotel on Wednesday. Mr. Dymens will speak on the subject: "Developments of Air Transportation." At one" time a member of the; R.C.AJR, with which service he won his wings, Mr. Dyment is a i graduate in mechanical engineer- i ing from the TJniversity of Toronto, j He worked with tri-motored planes) while employed in the engineering division of the Ford Motor com- pany. Since IS30 he has been with tne aeronautical engineering division of the department of national defence, Ottawa, the deoartment of trans- port and T.C-A." s Eossc" celebration which is planned for the beginning of July. His suggestion received unanim- ous support. City Manager Watson supported the suggestion, explaining "there is no doubt that the work should be done this year" and he urged that The money reauired be taken from reserve funds, included among: the necessary work is painting of all buildings, repairing of many of jthem. and re-roofing the zrand- stana and Industrial tnnldingl Not all of it may be done this year due to the magnitude of the job. Electors To Vote June 4 WALTER LEWIS HEADS COMMUNITY COUNCIL An organization was effected i milled a report with the following Monday night of the j being named: Community Council, a new co- ordinating" and agency bringing: together numbers of organ- izations in the city, with Walter Lewis, prominent in the Lethbridge Junior Chamber of Commerce, as president. "I wiU give my concert- ed thought and attention to this new position and I ask the full co- operation of all the membership -sitli regular attendance at meetings." said Mr. Lewis in accepting the office. "VTe want the whole behind this P. A. was in the chair at she meeting vith Cameron as secretary. A. J. ivaison. chaireeaa of the nomination committee, sub- Walter Lewis, president; Alex Harper, vice-president; P. A. Rudd, secretary: Mrs. E. R. Borgal, treas- urer. Directors will be named by the city council and Community Chest, and committee heads were named as follows: committee at large. A. Redshaw; publicity. C. F. Steele: membership, Mrs. E. Brvans; research. Mrs. A. M. Peters: education, E. Youth Welfare, Dennis Rooke; recreation. city R- W. Peabe: leadership training, E. C. Cameron. Following the election of officers the coastiiutioa was considered to. detaiL os Fourth Avenue from 12th Street to 12th Street B; on Fifth Avenue from 12th" Street to 12th Street B; dh Sixth Avenue from Street to 13th Street; on Seventh Avenue from 12th Street to 16th Street: ca Third Avenue from 13th. Street to 16th Street; on Pousth Avenue from 15th Street to 16th Street; on 15th Street from Third Avenue to Fourth Avenue. Sooth Side On Eighth Avenue fixsa Seventh Street to Eighth Street; from 14th Street to 23rd Street; and from 23rd Street to the Gate house. property owners ere to go to the polls on June 4 is veie on a. money bylaw pro- Tiding' for the borrowing of to finance construction of storm sewers in the city. The bvlaw was given its sec- ond reading- by the council >Iondar evening but cannot be. given its final reading: until it receives the approval of tax- payers. To be passed at tne polls, the bylaw most hare the support of 60 per cent of those Toting. are to be open, from nine o'clock in the morning until eight o'clock in the evening and City Cleric Tom Ferguson will as re- turning: officer. The restis of the vote is to be announced officially the day after the balloting. The bylaw which will be presers- ed to taxpayers provides for the issuing of three per cent deben- tures, the longest-term, of which will be redeemed in 20 years. Each year of the principal is to be paid. The areas where storm sewers are to be built under the bylaw are: North IJethbrifise On 12th Street from Second Avenue. A to Ninth Avenue; on 12th Street C from Fifth Avenue to Ninth. Avenue; on Third Avenue from 12th Street to 12th Street 3; Continue Mission At St. Augustin's St. Augustin's Diamond Jubilee mission services continued Monday nighs with Dean Smye, of Calgary. an outstanding niissioner in the Anglican church, holding the clos- est interest of the congregation as he explained simply bat, with deep- ly moving; words, how the indi- vidual may see and reflect the true spirit of Christianity. What the. post-war will be de- pends on the individual, said thej j dean, explaining that God is never 1 wrong but that people are. The j world and all in it" were made beau- tiful by God but man mars the beauty bv words and actions. Every- one is looking for light but they are following illusions because it is not found in politics or education bur in Christ who is the light of the world. He advised people to ex- amine themselves In the true light and find their weaknesses. Never give way to hate, urged the dean. "Stop criticizing. That is the prerogative of God. 3Jeave judgment to Him. The salvation Ends Long Term As City Clerk More than 33 years of faithful service to the municipality brought some reward to Frack Steedman. who retired from the position of city clerk at the end of last aipnth. council decided to make a recognition of his services Monday evening. In recognition of "his long, faith- ful and efficient service as city and explaining any counsel and advice afforded his successor will he appreciated, council author- ized a grant of for Mr. Steed- man, the sum being equivalent to the balance of salary for 1946. of the world depends on neople like us and we have to reflect God's light and lead people back to he said. The mission continues at St. Augustin's church tonight. Tuesday. at eight o'clock and concludes on Wednesday evening. The public is welcomed at the services. We Specialize In FILMS and Printing and Developing 24-HOUR SERVICE Jackson The Familv Drny Store Phone 3364 ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 1M MeFAKLAND BLDG. 256S. Prime Minister Chifley of Aus- tralia, who has been talang part in empire premier's talks In Lon- don, left London bv plane for Wash- ington. After seeing Present Trtnnan, Mr. Chifley will go to! Japan." where he will talk with j Gen. MacArthur. j DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA HEADACHES EVERY DAY? YOU NEED. MORE LIVER BILE natural laaint. Udc dots of eserrj. Fir ioUfc tne B? ;osr liver tai gel needed Ht frora Fran-tiro. Cozdi's Ijrtet stHci inr IsWek. fnnfc tci bebt CHRISTENSENBROS. PHONE 28O2 SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invited to meet rppreseata- tives cf our committee at the Y.M.C.A. any Thursday between the hours of 8 and p.m. Our committee will be glad to help you In any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee TIRE SERVICE Oar complete tire service and expert tire men can locate any trouble and do an A-l repair job. A slight cut caught in time -will save you time and money. Drive in today for a check-up. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS YOUR GOODYEAR AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS 301-307 13th Street X. Phone 4268 WINDOWS and SASH We can supply your requirements in cellar sash and barn stocks of stand- ard sizes' on hand. Order your requirements to- day. 23M ATLAS LUMBER COMPANY LTD. 1602 THIRD AVE, SOUTH PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE EXTRA GOOD BREAD! There's no lost action with Fresh Yeast I And Heischmaaa's fresh Yeast goes rigbt to work because it's actively fresh. It gives full delicious bread flavour, tender smooth texture perfect freshness. IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, always ask for Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow labeL tested favour- ite for over 70 years. MADS IN CANADA J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY 402 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 3580 Carry Full Lane of Tractor DOMINION ROYAL TIRES Tain o tip from leading ear DOMINION ROYAL TIRES. no flrmrtintt built. Only Dominion Royal cffer you three great Strength features: SAFETY BONDED TH-ATED 7HEAD and SAFETY TRIAD BLOCKS. RECAPPING.. VULCANIZING We have Hie skilled and modem equipment t. give you the rnMt efficient fire service. So bring all your tire troubles t. us. We specializ. in expert and Recapping. ;