Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 13

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 18
Previous Edition:
Next Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1946 OUT ON A L LIMB with LOKtMEK FENfVICK Several years after the last great trar the English-speaking world ex- perienced what is now commonly "the Golden Age of This age was supposedly brought about by the escapist attitude of war-weary Britons and Americans plus the" pleasant, fact that most everyone's pocketbooks were bulg- ing with the fruits of the profitable times in which they were living. No scatter what the cause, the results were terrific. Sport flourish- ed as sever before. New stadiUiBS and auditoriums had to be built to handle the crowds, athletes demand- ed and got huge salaries for their efforts on the playing fields, sport promoters lit huge Havana cigars with twenty-dollar bills, hundreds of people travelled thousands cf miles ib see such "stupendous" at- tractions as the Olympic Games. cross-Channel swims, "and the "World Scries. It was really terrific and all because people had lots of money to spend, plusl of course, Ibe will to spend it. The Golden Age. which lasted from 1920 until about 1932. was lucky in that it was graced by the performances of some of the most popular and most oroficient ath- letes who ever lived. Boxing had its Jack. Dempsey and its Gene Tun- nev; tennis had its Bill Tilden and its'Henri Cochet; golf had its Waiter Hagen and its Bobby Jones; base- ball had the greatest single sport attraction of all times. Babe Ruth; swimming had its Gertrude Sderle and its Johnny Weismuller; racing had Its Man wrestling had its Strangler Lewis; track and field had its Paavo Nurmi and its Percy and football had its Knute Bockne and its Red Grange. And, if vou insist, billiards had its Willie Hopps and bridge had its Ely Cul- bertson. cause of his I4tb-innmg with the bases loaded that stretched the Red Sox streak to 12 straight victories. Although Culberson has been witn the Sox for three years and played in 97 games last season, manager- Joe Cronin has used him primarily The popularity of these stellar attractions was built up by the most prolific mob of publicity agents and uromoters soort has ever tolerated. Sport consequently became profes- sionalized from head to toe and monev flowed like water. The pec- pie idolized athletes to such an ex- tent that Babe Euth. at- the height of his fantastic career, regularly paid a larger salary than that received by the president of the United States. In one season alone, for plaving baseball respilaUon time by his ____over two-base error on an infield fly. Yankees whose Haefner finally beat reliefer Mel I finale with the "White Sor. was Harder with the aid of Al Evans postponed by threatening weather. double in the extra session. about a million dollars worHiof es is a Canadian, born in On- tario The Fish and Game Asso- ciation will be broadcasting every Thursday night at they will have news of interest for all Southern Alberta, sportsmen. has started in Medicine Hat___Some immense hockey stones are coming up one of these days. we're being kidded. Both Philadelphia teams are reclining helplessly in the cellar of the Major they're used to it by now. Kay Robinson, the greas lit- tle Negro boxer, has to wait until fall for a title bout with Marty Servo, the welterweight champ the boys have been dodging Robin- son for years. Garth Boesch, who used to plav here. Is on the Toronto Maple teat negotiation list and is expected 10 play for them next year. CUBS TO PLAY IN DAYLIGHT CHICAGO, May ail the other major league club owners thuma a "night-and-day' tune on their "cash registers, P. K. Wrigley savs baseball is a daytime soorr and his Chicago Cubs are going to keep it that way. Wrigley, who nearlv installed arc- lights at Wrigley Held during the war, said Tuesday he has wrapped those plans in mothballs. In the American league, Boston Bed Sox recently voted to pui up lamps in 1947. Thus, Detroit Tigers in the junior circuit and Chicago in the National are the only light- less contenders among the 16 major league entries. "There is only one thing might make me change my mind, and tha; would be if the public demanded night said Wrigley. "Our Baseball Result- National L 8 New York 000 000 Cincinnati ____ 100 010 2 7 0 Carpenter. Trinkle and Lom- bardi; Begas and Lamanno. Boston 200 000 200 i 10 1 St. Louis 500 100 OOx 6 11 0 Sain. Hoser. Konstansy. Wright and Masi; Martin and Odea. Philadelphia at Chicago, rain; Brooklyn at Pittsburgh, we-t grounds. American League St. Louis 130 200 000 000 6 19 3 Boston. 002 002 200 000 12 2 Kramer, Shirley and Mancuso; Hughson. Ceutsch, Eelfin, Dreise- werd and H. Wagner. Cleveland 000 000 001 5 1 Washington 000 COO 100 7 2 Empree, Harder and. Lollar; Haef- cer and Evans. Detroit 012 001 10 1 Philadelphia 000 000 9 2 Trout and Tebbstts; Fowler, Blores and Rosar. Chicago at New Tork, rain. another Golden Age of Sports, one attendance, however, indicates that tx-All faris: -u-smt 2nd S11H- which might very well make the last one look pretty anaemic in comparison. Jtme 19th. when Louis meets Conn at Yankee Stadium, should see the official opening of the new Golden Age. During this summer such at- tractions as the Davis Cup. the Am- erican open golf championship, fhe Wimbledon Tennis championships, and possibly even the Kyder Cup competition, between British and American golfers, -will resume and the great Age will be really in full swing. The publicity agents will be out again in droves peddling their and the public into buying them. In short, another great snorts era will be upon us. We imagine that within the next ten years sport will reach stupend- ous heights in tub-thumping with the sitting down public. Great stars be developed (mostly by press- agentry) -who will rival Ruth, Jones, Tilden. Dempsev and. Grange in the adulation they will receive. Games like jai-alai. lacrosse, hockev and polo will rival baseball, football, soc- cer and basketball in popularity. There will be many million-dollar gates in boxing, newspapers will again headline sport stories on their front pages, people will again be glued to radios listening to Joe Louis defending his title or Australia play- ing England in the Davis Cup. Gosh, we can hardly wait! A BIT OF EVERYTHING Elizabeth Graham Arden, owner of the Maine Chance Farm and fans their baseball and sun- shine at the same time." International Newark......000 Col 975 Montreal 000 330 11 2 Moore. Haag and Fallen; Banta, Fontaine, Collins. Gabbard and Franks. 8 I Montreal 000 013 9 1 Makosky and Recca. jFal- lon; Buker. Smolko and HowelL Syracuse at Rochester, Baltimore at Buffalo. cold- Jersey City 000 210 12 1 Toronto 002 100 9 0 Fisher, Jungels and Grasso; Mc- Crabbe, Smola and Yount. 70 Rinks Entered For Nelson's Summer Bonspiel; Keen Interest NELSON, B.C., May from as far away as Wisconsin and Ontario have entered the summer bonspiel to be held here the first week of July. Seventy rinks wUl participate and the entry list is DOW closed, with 60 outside rinks entered. Scores more are on a. waiting list. Enquiries about the 'spiel were received from persons in Honolulu and Alaska. Qshawa and Chatham, Ont_ rinks have entered. Alberta is sending 22 rinks, Saskatchewan 11, Manitoba one and Ontario two. IV. Van Epps of Portage Is the Wisconsin entry. Hsk JlsviBg carls-i lit Ihc 'spiel last year. Frank Avery, British Columbia's 1346 Dominion Brier skip, entered along with 33 other B.C. rinks. Pass Plans; Big Season! Game Work execu-j litres of Hillcrest, Beilevue, Blair- more and Coleman and Garce j associations held a joint meeting I at BeUevae recently to discuss ters perainisg to the welfare o.. fish and game in the Pass area. Jim; Kerr of CoJeman, and president of the Crow's Nest Pass body pre-ided, In view of the fact that 209 tea- week-old pheasant chicks had beenj ordered through the provincial as- i socSation for distribution tn this. area it was agreed thai Shis phase 5 be put in charge of Dai Jones oJ f Htllcres; who -ml! attend to the. distribution and liberating birds in the .North Fork district j and some on the farm of Mr. j Mazur in the South Pork district, j It was decided to go ahead and; obtain estimates for the construe-J tion of three rearing ponds a; Frank. and when Mr. Watkins. director of J 2sheries visits this district next. week to ask. hira ic attend a meet- ing of the executive to ascertain just what financial assistance will! be forthcoming: from the provincial government for tha undertaking. j In the meantime, application would j be made to remove the bearer frotn this area. Considerable discussion took place regarding the lakes and streams to be stocked the fry and finger- Ungs thai, would be allotted to this' district and it was decided by the j 12 HORSES LINE UP FOR PREAKNESS It is believed that at least three rinks will be entered in the Nelson 'spiel. The rinks now believed to be goics are those skipped by W. A. Rea, Grant McKay and Waldo Greenway. May The galloping aristocracy, led by the Derby rictor. As- sault, checked in from Louisville and nearly completed a 12-horse lineup to ran for the biggest pot of gold in American rurf his- 36th Preakuess Stakes. Along witii Robert J. KJe- berg's Texas Terror of last Sat- urday's run for the roses came such other derbv steppers as lord Boswe31 and Knockdown. Mrs. Elizabeth Arden Graham's cosmetics couple; Aiamond; Al Ercst's Cleveland Campaigner; Maria? Victory, who belongs to Robert Brace Lirfe and Admiral. Robert S. McLa'igh- Uc's ciassv Canadian, who show- ed last Saturday that fee couldn't run i- rubber boots. Arrival of the Derby six brought to seven the number of last Saturday's Louisville Lopera are gcins to take a shot at the bis erxJ of a SW..S2O jackpot in Saturday's 1 3-16-mlIe test. The Delaware-owned Hampden. who finished third beat, them in by 24 hours- Fleetwood Teams Trounce Central Pleelwood took all honors in soft- Tuesday night, defeating On- PegBombers in Training Sought executive that the stocking program would taken: An experiment to be made -e- j Ira! m three out of :hree games. ild tinder-1 The FZeecwood Seniors downed j Central Seniors by a score of 36 to 19. while two Fleetwood Junior ball swaraned the Central Junior of- fensive program with the lateral pass plaviag a major role is planned, by newly acquired coach of the Winmoeg Blue Borabers. West has opened a spring trsia- I ing season for his charges, seeking hidden talent icr rfee schedule next along the football rraiL "You know, any team that mime to smear a lateral attack is practi- cally forced to develop one of as cms to practice against in scrim- mage he said. just, about the position we're ia so- day. BIG STCMBONG SLOCK. "The east's lateral attack bu wavs been 'Winnipeg's sturabSlns block In quests for the Grey CUD, but this year well be playing their own tvpe'of ball right in their own back yard, if we get that far." "West is conadent ie can piece together a rough-and-ready front line by autumn. However, a. fer backSelders may have to be im- ported from United States to bal- ance the club. The only United States player at- tending spring practices is a triple- threat artist, Don HI riey. who play- ed under the Bomber coach last season at North Dakota University, The bespectacled mastermind is building his line around the former all-Canadian centre, 'Mel "Wilson, with such regulars as Jack Manners, Lloyd Svason. Bert lannone asd Ches McCance constituting the bulk of the wings. In the mail-lugging department. Henie. Harry Johnson, Ken Draper and Harry Hood, are The Central Senior squad gave rleetwood snappy opposition up until the third inning when to stock, ccoaeilr Lake and Window fTi and snpoeTblck Mountain Lake WIM rainbow and U-enrtjelmins OMWWW handed __ _ West said he was j the number of players who appear- "ney; ed and that prospects looked bright South Golfers Get Together Tourney MILK RIVER. (HNS) About 20 golf fans from Coatts and Warner met ac the golf course and enjoyed the hospitality of the Milk River golfers recently. Lunch was served and an enjoyable social rime was had with two-ball foursomes. The annual tournament will be held at Milk River May 19 Good prizes are up for awarding and a cordial invitation is extended to all sur- rounding towns. Conservation Programs Doing Well CALGARY, May ation of forests, fish and game is on the road to final victory, accord- ing to Ro'osoa Black of Montreal, president of the Canadian Forestry Association, who conferred with the association's Alberta board of direc- tors at Calgary Monday. Mr. Black paid tribute to sports- men's organizations whicii were resolutely advocating conservation programs and pursuing long term objectives to perpetuate fish and game. Canadian-American Baseball Revived ALBANY, N.Y.. May Canadian-American baseball league opened its eighth campaign Tuesday after a three-year suspension, and President Albert E. Houghtpn pre- dicts the tightest flag race since the class C circuit started in 1936. Houghton said Tuesday that be- cause all clubs were reinforced by major league tie-ups he expected no more than 10 games to separate the first and eighth teams during most cf the 126-game schedule. Weather-Proof Court For East Tennis Fans OTTAWA. May bv the prospect of playing host to the Canadian tennis championship this summer, the Rideau lawn Tennis Club Monday announced that work will be started shortly on a fast-drying, weather-proof court which wifi be the first of its par- ticular kind In Canada, officials j said. It will be green, with non-glare characteristics and have a resiliency similar to grass. American Assn. Louisville 5, Kansas City 2. Minneapolis 6. Toledo 7. Indianapolis 3. Milwaukee 2. Columbus 0, St. Paul 2. Pacific Coast Seattle Oil 000 7 2 Oakland 200 000 8 5 Tobin and Sueme; Pinpen and Raimondi. Hollywood 100 000 8 2 San Diego 000 203 11 1 Perez. Cuccurullo f6) and Unser; "Vitalich and McDonnell. New Trophy For Winner Canadian Open WINNIPEG. May dis- tinctly Canadian Trophv designed bv W. J. Phillips. Winnipeg-, will go to the winner of the S10.000 open golf tournament to be held on the kwfcwa courss here in August. It will be known as the Gerhard Ken- nedv Trophv after the 1943 winner of the Manitoba Open who donated it- The trophy, which stands more than two feet hish will be up for annual competition with each win- ner retaining a smaller replica. It is topped by Canadian quartz repre- sentirur Canadian mountains and around the edge are of Royal Canadian Mounted police- man, a fisherman, hunter golfer, bepver. pine and maple trees. He hones'it will stimulate inter- est among Canadian golfers to the point where iher can compete on even terms with United States stars, j One hundred outstanding TT.S. j golfers including Sammy SneHd. By- ron kelson. Ben Hogan. Jue Me- i Spadden. and more than 30 from eastern Canada already have enter- ed the open. Golf Tournament Ovens in Britain cutthroat respectively. Such other lakes and streams the deemed advisable having in mind the amount of fry or fingerings received. URGE CLOSING OF RIVERS It was resolved that in view cf the heavy fishing on the tributaries cut by the team. At the end of the fifth inning the Fleetwood Seniors had forced the Central Seniors to yield, with Cen- tral on the short end of a 36 to 19 count. Highlight of the night was the performance of Lora Westlar of two home SODTHPCRT. Ensland. May 3 total of 93 qualifiers. j ing Britain's top-ranking pro'es- j sional golfers, teed off today in the first of four rounds ot tr.edal olar in the Dupiop-Southport SS.COO tournament. Former Hyder CUP players. Jack Busson and Arthur Lacey. starred j in the qualifying rounds where, Busson was medaflist with a 14S for to the North and South rork rivers, central, who knocked, especially during the spawning sea- runs, son. that these tributaries be closed j September 15 each year to prevent i te d depletion of breeding stock. It was resolved that representa- tions be made to the director of fisheries that a screen should be of fisheries tha" the course of Glacier Creek, where it runs into the west end of Crow's Nest Lake, be chang- j ed to bring the inlet into the gravel bars to provide spawning grounds. As at the present time the Inlet at the linie works, and in conse- placed on the intake to the irriga- tion canal at the Brocket dam to prevent trout from, being marooned _ in the irrigation ditches when the I tjuence. during the hlsh water wacer is shut off. j nods, large amounts of pare lime It was also resolved that the I are carried into CroWs Nest fisheries department be anproach- j to the detriment of the fish now ed with the object of obtaining! ia this body of water. Furthermore. 36 holes and Lacey carded the low- j pike and perch fingerlings and fry j this change would open consider- est single two-ucder-par i for the purpose of restocking Lee, abje spawning grounds and provide 73. !Lacy qualified with 152. j Lake with this type of fish, as past! a aow Of water for the beds. qualifiers included Reg! experience has proven that the i Whitcombe with 150- South African i rainbow trout presently in this lake I WINS BOCT champion Bobby Locke and Heury j did not propagate and are afElicted HOLYOKS, Mass.. May 3S Cotton, each with 156 and Dies Bur- i with tapeworm, and unsuitable for Ralph McNeil. Springfield, ton at 152. qualified. r-- Scores of 165 and lower Unman consumption. It; was decided that Monday outpointed Tony Roberts, representa- 125. Winnipeg, in a six-round bout. for the forthcoming, fall The former North Dakota state mentor succeeds Bert. Warwick as Bomber mastermind- Martin iButch) Gainer, hard-hit- ting linp-nan Winnipeg teams 10 years ago, vrill take over line coach- ing duties when he arrives next weck, HASE STEALING TOO REALISTIC CLEVELAND, O, May 3. Like many a big league baseball manager. Sred Miller. Woodland Hills Park superintendent, is look- ing for someone who is expert at stealing bases. Specifically, Miller is searching for the person who stole first, second, and third base Irom a part store-room. "JUST RUB IT IN CflCft WHI Fuw, MUM. KflAA CORN SALVE BLONDIE AN ATOMIC SANDWICH Registered U.S. Patent OSicc By Chic Young Last Night's Results Ladies A: Grenadiers........... 721 970 Spitfires S98 76S Larson 262, Doran 225, linn 213. Robots 745 833 Radars.............. S64 853 Snow 219. Wings................ 876 Dodgers 658 SO" Cook 193. Hits and Misses 787 750 Cardinals........... 785 928 Fisk 213, Chapman 261. Stickers 895 790 Shamrocks 802 894 English 247. Superiors 786 787 Comets.............. 721 818 Perrement 198, Walton 194. Canadians........... 873 792 Bombers 683 750 Ward 237, Watson 201. Commandos 627 754 Greyhounds 858 1054 Beard 201, Berry 204, Stanmore 293. Catellis 824 ill! Quints 815 920 IJnning 324, Mihalik 328, Thom- son 21o. Jokers 728 1021 Telephone Girls default. Heppell 327, Wilson 249. Ladies C; Whosits 82S Anameos 736 Burnett 196. Eagles 746 Safeways............ 732 Petrunia 207, Gill 201. Kitson Kids 727 Pin Ups 690 Miller 188. Woolworths S23 Zeros.............. 843 E. H. Stott 205. Tonight's Games p.m. Gang Busters Ths Pees. 2-3. Bank of Montreal vs. Maple Leafs, Minora Blades give LOW-COST SHAVING Minora outlasts end "outshaves" ordinary double-edgA blades. For honesJ-to-goodness economy, try tf-.s cjuultty blade (n the field. Fits your double-edge razor. Remember HJy The Canadian Press) War Admiral won the 63rd running of the Kentucky Derby nine rears ago today. The son of the preat Man pilot- ed bv Charley Kurtslnger, covered the in ihe second fastest, unie in the history of the event. District Teams Active In Fastball 760 705 844 935 775 711 825 990 of Commerce vs. Rockets. 7-3. Grads vs. 9-lo. Pattisimos vs. Gazelles. 1-S. Wednesday Playoff Games Tonight's Plavoflf Games p.m. 77 Service. 2-3. Fruetts Studio TS. Bark's Tire Shop. 7-8. Mihalik's vs. Arcade, 9-10. Scorekeepers, H. Hill and A. Mc- BROOKLYN'S REISER REJECTS :S100.000 MEXICAN OFFER I ST. Msy j Reiser, slugging outSelder-third j baseman of the Brooklyn Dodgers, announced Saturday night he deS- r.itelv had rejected an offer of 5100.- 000 by the wealthy Pasuel brothers for three seasons with tile Mexican Baseball League. Reiser's announcement came after a one-hour conference with Dodger Presiden: O5CNTS> Oilers beat Barnwel! fastball team al BamweU i Crea. Friday nighi and Cranford over Thursday's Games Clippers at Taber. On Sunday Cran- i Tliree games "total-pin series, -with ford defeated Taber High school handicap taken from top average in a hoi game. 10 to 8. team in consolation events. Clippers beat the B.C.A. by one; p.m. ran. SOOONESSJ S. COOOH MUST V HAVJNS A 3UT COCWE DiDNT SAT "I SAUSAGE. GiU. PICKLE O AND 3ANANA! L I TOLD NOT TO LJ H3? TPAT DONALD DUCK EVEN STEPHEN! Registered U.S. Patent Office By Walt Disney UL ABNER BIRTH OF THE BLUES By Al Capp D1DNT HAVE NO voo r-tCNEv "BUY NOTMJN; NEITHER-JEST KEP'CN SEE-AH GOTTA TILL HIM KE LOVES ME. AH GOTTA TELL HIM NOT TMARFtV TH5T GAL. MISTAH ROSS-DUNKX3 VWAR HE IS-BUTAM DO WJOW HE. USSENS MOOSlC----- SO AH AXED W RADDK3 POLKS RARRY THAT TBUST JNTO EVRY PROGRAM, V.WAT A GREAT SONG FIVE MINUTES AN' A JF WE CAM KNOCK OFF A KiT OV HOLUER-'LrtL MARRY THAT SAID THcY WOULD -FO" TJWiT THEME EVERY NETWORK WIU. CARRY YOUR flUSlCAU DICK" GRAY VISITOR AT 'HAT irSDICINE J. "Dick" Gray arrived on Wednesdaj to join Mrs. Gray, who Js the guest of the former's parents. Mr. and Branch Rickev who said Mrs. W. H. Gray. "Dick" is playing Reiser had riot signed a new con- tract but was content to string along under his present agreement. captam of the victorious Vancouver Canucks' hockey team and is as enthusiastic a player as he was be- fore doing several j ears' active ser- vice abroad. j JOCKEY BECOMES TRAINER LONDON, May 8. Bobby Petre, 33-year-old amateur BOXING MANAGER DEAD jockey who rode Lovrty Cottage to NEW YORK, May victory in the 1946 Grand National, j J. Johnston, manager, known said Monday he would become a throughout the world, died professional trainer and that he j suddenly at his home Tuesday of a also planned to start his own stable, heavt attack. He was 70. Elks vs. SSck's Brewery. 2-3. Pyramid Motors vs. Hoot 4-5. Beny Chevrolet vs. Catellis, 7-8. Jeeps, 9-10. p.m. Bankers vs. Arcane cr Mihalik's 2-3. Bowladrome vs. winner of Fruett's Studio, Kirk's Tire Shop and 77 Service Station, 4-5. Losers of third place series tc play together, 7-8. Friday Game Lethbridge Hotel vs. Arcade or Jr'ihahk's. Five games, total pins to count series, to be played on four alleys, for city league champion- ship. BRICK BRADFORD-And fhe Queen of Nigh! By WILLIAM ROT and OARBCE GRAY! Unemployment in the Maritime Provinces has mounted steadily for the last five months and nearly OCO jobless now are LANDING'S HURRY UP.FOlkS WE DCNT WANT TO ;