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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, "Cease Fire" Signal For Peace Lethbridge Units in Thick of Fight When End of War Cam Sy CAPT. ST. C1AIK RIYSBS Tfrhhrtdee sna Cl rA SCORSS of Lethbncge sue cas- tricc soldiers, many of.them "ow back in their old civ-lisa is was Germany shortly before the end thai the Canadian Army was re- urked in the rsonhwest Esirope recalled. End of the Received Calmly hr for- It voyage, oee gunner -srss noi unex- pected o-n the actual battle front. Cozens of "liberated" radio sets iobs at home, today Weather Anti-Tank Batterj- -a-ere the HOW LETHBRIDGE RECEIVED NEWS OF PEACE ONE YEAR AGO End cf the war m Germany -sras no; greeted by Canadian troops y. boisterous manner. All thoroughly fatigued and prosoise HEBE FEOM GLACIER Ijethindge months thev had been alloTrec to those u-ho dress and conduct thercselves pretty Advertising Man Studies Southern Alberta Market the city on Tuesday to see for himself what; makes Lethbridge a good market for his company's pro- duces vas G. C. Clarke of Mont- real, aarertisins and sales tkm manager for Standard Brands, i He made a thorough survey of the" place of irrigation in South Alberta's in the lines of widely knowa stability and studied maps showing ihe area to be im- proved by She Mary-Milk River Mr. Clarke was ac- companied by K. EL lick, the Soutli- __ em Alberta local representative. arTC-Tand STpoandl Today ibey are visiting TOatmon Kailoaai Park, heM Macron curias tree's assc-cia-or: 40, ay 11. A. Announcements to Credit Union held in Sdmcenori, has Madison so attend tie ra left for MOUNTED POLICE CASES Convicted in. Bcyal Cssa- Police court of driving to tie darjgsr. contrary TO the Criminal Code of Canada, Aug- Gogs! of Maple Creek. Saskat- sran. was Snad 515 and CGKS fcfi aorssred before Police Magistrate W. H. s- Medicine Hit. The offence occurred near Seres. Persons.- Georee Tarxi. charged under she Criminal Code of Canada wish fraudnientiv holding an astray hog. tras fined S25 and costs he appeared before Police XSsgis- trate J. iL tJscerdahl a- -orenost. POSTER COMPETTTIOX 7n conasction with Jucipr Chamber of "Clean up Csmuaiszi" rosier coispetj-aon it is anaon-ced tie winner of the compestion in Galbrsitb. school -sras Junior McCae. Other ly listed. DH- D- A: PAT. DHNTJ3T "hone 2437. (Sot; ye-, listed i- WHIST AXD HallTOKIGHT. Cards Dancingr 10 p. Deaths away on Tues- day. May _7th, William Zrpesi, Potato Planting Is Continuing; Seed Acres Potato planting which had almost month ago all over the Leihbridgre area became general last week, although a dry spring made germination extremely slow where fail irrigation had not. been em- ployed. Planting is expected to continue until May 24. Prospects are thai around 6.000 acres will be put into potatoes this spring ia the Lethbridge district. According to Alfred Cameron, manager of the Southern Alberta Co-operative Vegetable Growers' 3 Association, many farmers waited: j tali the end of April, when the water J was turned on. to begin spring oper- ations. soaking the ground well be- fore dropping ihe seed. Those who had Dut'ixjtato seed in ihe ground previous to the arrival of the water will in many cates have to irrigate iheir crops "up. he said. The first seeding on and after April 12 were for the early market and are now well above the ground. DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT and every Wednesday and Saturday Night MUSIC BY DOW'S RHYTHMERS being grown on fall irrigated soil. These potato plants do not. appear to have been injured to any great extent by recent frost. HEBE FROM WINNIPEG F. L. Laidlaw of the C.P.R- press bureau at is a Lethbridge visitor. OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 O'CLOCK See our Day assortment of gifts Jackson Drain DRUGGISTS Phone 3354 "v _ Island as well as other Alberta four-dsy assault, nad occupied most points, retired from the May 1. on of Kenbu plateau. It is doubtful if many read tnese TO PLAX COMPETITION'S Scoutmasters and their assistants stoics for seoale were too busy for the evening celebra- -n So rnnre than take hur- con to co more tnan crumhead senice was held during the afternoon. Participating in_ the colorful parsde "were Claire Trevor and George Murphy. Hollywooc movie and radio stars, who were in Letn- through to the evening of May 25. ____the festival was moss enjoyable with if Mrs. 1 all the plays beautifully performed. Minnie Walitsr of Taber. Psrtlcu-j However, she found the hall used Isrs oertairine to the funeral wS announced whan arc oomplsted- tars of service. sxrangements direc- 312 In Memoriam In loving memory of Mrs. Ponech. who passed away May 8, and kind in aH her u ______ Ger- man ciriUacs expressed as great, a pleasure ia the end of the war as did their conouerors and it was wise to move the rea- blooded Canadians out of the coun- as Tapidlf as nossible. ifiey were transferred to the Kether- nds and enjoyed the hospitality that; cheerful country untii their long-awaited DRAMA FESTIVAL Marian Brancley. titcle Theatre enthusisss cf attended the recent provincial drama feso.-_______ val at Calgary- its. Brandley said Ve'rSbegfcrilng ro flicker low a EMIT 15 tons of combustible ma- I recognized in jtjtaDndge tenal." largely composed of discarded railway ties." Viciorr Dance Not long after the flames of the crowd Sled into the arena where service ol thariksgiving held at the Victory Loan corner before crowd numbering over j 2 000 persons. The service was j opened" bv a proclamation by Hiss Wershia Mavor A. W. Shackleford. HIGHWAY REOPENED The TraES-Canada highway be- tween Lake and field, B-C_ reopened for the summer Monday mornin? and travel is E0w possible as far as Goldes, B.C., is is acnotmced. Hsrc-surf adnz has been conroleted far sis miles vest of Sa> and vork gangs are preparing the road from Gaa ZjR'se to the Banff Park gates Tor and sarf acmg. MOKE SHAVES FEB BLADE Harold Harris, well-known tetabridge amateur sports support- er, has compounded a chemical solution Tunica hs says will greatly prolong the life of a safety razor blade. The solution preserves the blade helUS TO -mainr-am a kBS3 edge, he says. The Lethbricge sportsman. 3s enthusiastic abom his discovery. for the Slavs quite inadequate, which drives" horns, she says, the need for better Tta'is for theatrical i presensEtMCs in Alberta, centres. j SAXrFACTTjRERS' 5DEETTXG Son. T. C. Donelas. premier of Saskatchetran. of tie ocly 5o- (ualjs; goverrmenT; in Canada, will be the guess sweater at the an-nnal dinner meeting of the Prairie Divi- sion. Canadian Manufacturers" As- _________ _ to be held ia the 3ess- and just to tha enil of her j borouga hotel. Saskatoon, on Friday, davs- May 10. ilr. Douglas' speech wall Sncere and true in her heart and jjg sr remembered by her iaisbarid ar.d- famUy. 273 CHRISTENSENBfiOS PHONE 28O2 Meetings Trades Council A meeiirjr of the Lethbricpe ades and'Labor Council wm be neld at; tne jabor Important; bcsmess. Saddle Club i mating of the Letiibricge Sa'daie club will be held at Leth- bridge Collegiate, May 3, at 8 o'clock. Civil Servants The resular monthly meeting of the Amalgamated Civil Servants of Canada win be held at the i-M-C-A. on Thursday, May 9, at In Police Court parts of the prairie provinces will be in attendance. SOME CLASSES OF LABOR MUCH IN DEMAND HERE If you are an uaeaiploTed wit- receiving unemployment assistance ress or domestic servant call around at the Tjethbridge Selective Service be welcome and the from the local "office. Among male workers there are 5CO unnlaced ap- pfcants with as few as vacancies staff wUl be able 10 place you im- facing the need. _ A dearth of coal SO-ED DANCE TONIGHT 9-12 Y.M.C.A. and costs after he admitted the offence. Georse Sorgard of Iron Brings sentenced to seven days in the Lethbndge provincial jail after pleading guilty to z. charge of be- ing intoxicated while in control of a motor vehicle. Pleading guilty to ft charge of using colored fuel in his truck, JoseDh Hruska of Coaldale was fined So and Si costs In police court here Wednesday rcorrung and his truck was ordered impounded for 14 days, besinnine May 27. Albert "Wright; of LetSsbrldge was assessed court costs after ad- mittfris he faHed to obey a "Stop" traSic sign. Name Bands To Appear In City name bands will play for dances in die Arena in Lethbrioge This and summer and in- cludes Jones and his City Slickers o'n May 21; Gene Krupa on June 25; Les Brown on July 13; Sarnmv Kaye on July 23 and Car- was impounded for 14 davs after he men Cavellero in August but the A. Smeaton, head of the local Selec- j Yet the demar.d for farm tive Service office. seems now to be at a low ebb, un- j Strange" to ssv there anpears to j less prospective farm hands are go- be a eiut clerical workers both iag after Their own jobs, which may male and female at the moment, be ouite likely, it is admitted here. But concensus of Opinion :s that SkUled. or semi-skilled carpenters the employment is improving ran- although in great demand in the sdlv a "sharp pick-up having been local construction boom just are not j especiallv noticeable in local circles to be had at any price. Twenty wisot-r Tn rrmn 1v> snvpn emiilov- i curing the past three weeks. To accent this "tendency out of 3.CQO Unix of tnese men live Kcceivw? Assistance Today a group of persons DENMARK TO CANADA coud be given immediate employ- leraale help wanteS column :ies for 53 unreferred j i Domestic servants, cooks! but sales and clerical e great difficulty find- i ing suitable positions. To sec against the number of tin- j emplored at nresent listed in the 1 Lethbridge office Js the fact that 50 j or more of these people are over- I age or otherwise unfit for employ- j ment. j Something New In. CA 3ABY IMAGES JC5T ARRIVED North Lethbridge Hardware Pleadins guilty to a cnarge of being mtosicat-ed in a puolic place, Eiizabsth cf Calgary was 5ned S20 arid S6 costs in city police court Tuesday. A see was imDOsec Bernard W. of Lethbridge after he admitted saving liquor 13 other than his private residencs. Sawchufe of Lethbricge was fined SIS and S4 costs and his car was impounded far 14 davs after he___ admitted having colored fuel in the j cats has not been __ yet. gasoline tank of the auto. Andrew Tkah of Coalaurst ad- mitted 3arkiEg his iso-'Or vehicle in a bus stGD and was rlned SI- _-.. _ Driving a "motor vehicle along of the LOD.i. here inducing KTK avenue south brought W. I Dr. F. H. Mewbum. Jane Megarry Wnght of LethbrScge a of S3' and Major Jacc Boss. Appreciation of the Danish peo- "or what Canada contributed towards the Allied victory m the Second World War, victory which resulted in the liberation of Den- mark: from the clutches of the Xazi enemy, were expressed in an ad- dress directed to Jimmy Jensen, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jen- sen of Picture Butte, on the occa- sion of a reception arranged for at Aaiborg, Denmark, last The final dance band will be narry Jamss in September. The bands are being brougnt to the city by three enterprising chap- h LOJD.i. here inducing New Year's Day. Then, a member of taB Canadian Anny, Juomy was visiting .Aaiborg. He arrived baci home in Picture Buue on April 26, after serving m Germany. The speecn was made by Jorgen Melcleiars, chairman of the group which tendered tlse reception to tne Canadian serviceman. Mr. >Iel- cleiars resided in Canada for a number of years, returning to Den- mark several years before the out- AH Work Carefully Done J. S- BROWX do Brown's Mnslcal Supplies Lethbridse PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all makes of washers and small jpis engines. Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES SERVICE 317-8th St. S. Alf Calhonn Bruce Dnrfee J. M. Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Floor- Phone 3857 -EATON'S Lethbrfdjp REMEMBER YOUR MOTHER WITH HER FAVORITE FLOWERS At the Marquis Flower Shop you -will find lovely mixed flowers, corsages, or fresh flowering' plants just the right gift for the most won- derful mother in the world. MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP MARQUIS HOTEL PHONE 437 fareafc of war. Text" of Address The address he gave was as fol- j lows: "This evening, when so many of us are gathered here to pay. tri- bute to vou. and to Canada wmch you reuresent, I wish to say a few j words to you in your own language. "Dear Jimmy, what I an: gcir.g to sav comes from my neart, ana I know that, this audience, yes, asi Denmark, are me in what J. say. i -We in DeniaarS are very grave- fal for the work the Allies done for us, the worfc which again made us a free people and a nation. You are a Canadian i dier and to the Damsh people the Canadian Army has the creoit of beirs one of the noblest ar.d one of the best of the Allied nations. Our thanks goes to Canada tonight. "The last five years have oeen the car-test time in Denmark s KS- j torv- we were fighting against a j colossal enemy. At first we cion i understand how horrible they were. fcut as the urne went we under- 1 stood, and we started to carry on our struggle for liberty. "Often we would towarcs the West, for we knew that over there was from where assistance 1 and liberty would come. Through BBC we understood that -we were not forgotten, and that gave us courage and hope. "Dear Jimmy, when you go j back 10 Canada again, we ask jou to take a loving greeting with you from Denmark. Many of us relatives over there and ue are sure hey be pleased to receive a greeting from Denmark. "For yourself, we wish you z happy future. We like you as a j man, we like you because you are I I a Canadian, and we are all very j proud of you." SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invited to meet representa- of our committee at the Y.MC.A. any Thursday between the hours of 8 and pjn. Our committee will be glad to heJp you ;n any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee Fishing IN LAKES OPENS MAY 16 Get Your Fishing Requirements at HICK Hardware Co., Ltd. Phone 3752 PROMPTNESS, SAFETY, COMFORT You Get AH These If You Phone The Next Time You Want a Cab 4058 STEVE'S TAXI SODA FOUNTAIN and NEWS STAND Next Door to Bus Station FAT'S TAXI and DELIVERY SERVICE For prompt a.nd courteous service you can't go wrong by phoning 4 MORE 750x20 USED TIRES LIKE TO SELL Trimbles For Tires 316-llth St. S. Phone 2W7 MOTHER'S DAY MAY 12th let your remembrance GIFT to Mother be something useful, long-lasting and outstandingly different. If Mother is a good cock and takes pride in her skill, she would appreciate nothing better than an assortment of Hne Quality Concentrated Flavors, Especially the odd ones hard to as Coconut, Butter Scotch, Cherry, Ldme Rickey, Logan- berry. Custard, etc. A5 of loves Fine Flavors are of the quality and type which led one enthusiastic cook to write and "Their delicious zest adds new In- terest and appeal to the old fam- iliar ways of serving plain desserts." Only Love provides Flavors of GIFT quality. Any assortment packed ic. a" colorfully decorated Gift; Box. bearing-Greetings to Mother, can be obtained at good grocers. This Gift Package con- tains six 19 cent; bottles of your choice of Flavors and costs only 99 cents. If your grocer is out of stock, the complete bos will be mailed to you for S9 certs, plus 10 cents for postage. LOVE-lk flavor Man Lombard St., Toronto 1, Ontario. "God could not be everywhere, therefore He made mothers." Order while stock is complete. She's a Veteran Too Roses Snapdragon Stocks Sweet Gardenias Mixed Bouquets Hydrangeas Rose Bushes Cinerarias Calceolarias Fuschias Double Petunias Pelargoniums Ferns Frache's Flower Shop Phone 2666 Lethbridge. Alberta SPAPFRf ;