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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1946 Rogers To Meet Beet Growers Here Thursday THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PACK SEVEN Lelhbridge Man Receives Award Donald Ketien of 215 Kineteentfc F. T. Rogers, head' the cane and beet sugar in- terests in British Columbia and Alberta, arrived in the city from Edmonton by plane Wed- nesday morning. To The Her- ald Mr. Rogers stated that there is nothing further to announce following talks between sugar eompanv officials and the gov- ernment at Edmonton but he said "we are meeting the grow- ers in Lethbridge Thursday af- ternoon and may have a state- ment to make after thai meet- ing." The matter of sugar expansion !n the province has been under dis- cussion at Edmonton. Both Tabei- JUDGE STACK PRESIDES Judge L. H- Stack of Calgary presided over his Brst court in Leihbridge Tuesday, holding district court chambers, here during the morning. Prescriptions Accurately filled and sent to you PROMPTLY MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331 5th St. S. 414 13th St. N. Phone 2205. Phone 3445 Offices For Rent Bowman Agency insurance. Real Estate. Rentals POTATO GROWERS We are buying NETTED GEMS CARLOADS OR TRUCKLOADS Pltmkett Savage Lethbridge Phone 2584 and Brooks have been pressing for i Street S, recently discharged from actories with Taber seen as the j the Canadian Army, has hao. the Jkely spot for the third unit, "act- that Taber-Barnwell is al- ready heavy producing area expected to strengthen the de- mand from that section for a fac- tory. The honor of receiving "the Command- er-In-Cbiefs Certificate of Com- Rev. Gerald Ward Cosmos Speaker The meeting of the Leth- bridge Cosmopolitan Club Tuesday evening took the form of a testi- monial dinner to those who had kindly given their services in con- nection with the community classes sponsored by the club during the past three Central school. A large grouo of members and guests were presented with William Purves Smith, president of the club, in charge of proceedings. After luncheon those seated around the tables had the pleasure of a song by Miss Muriel Gentle- man, who was accompanied at the piano by her mother, Mrs. W. D. Gentleman. The feature of the evening was a talk on different types of humor bv the Rev. Gerald M. Ward, who was well qualified to speak on the subject and from time to time in- stilled into his remarks laugh-pro- voking stories. He gave examples the works of Stephen Lea- cock and Irvin Cobb to illustrate various tvpes of humor. The earliest kind of "humor discernible in the history of the race, he said, is that which takes enjoyment from4 the unfortunate plight of another. Then there are the disreputable pun. the "Little Moron" stories, jokes about absent-minded professors, inebri- ates, stories with an unexpected dei nouncement, and anecdotes, about the inhabitants of certain areas or communities said to have At the Theatres Complete shows: "Kiss and Tell." t ".5s Angel Comes io "Jungle Last complete show at "The Keys of the Kingdom, "iliss SOUTH ALBERTANS TO GET 'VARSITY DEGREES A number of Southern Albertsns were included in a list of 175 suc- cessful students released today by the University of Alberta with recommendations in for degrees various faculties. They are: Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy mendation for "performing oat- Edward Myers. Vulcan; tanding good service and showing aivnle Irene Magnuson, Lomond, reat devotion to duty during thei Master in W. campaign in north west Europe." iBrandiey. Stirling; John Lawrence Dated the of January. 1S45. jCarr. Medicine Hat; Donald Quon. the certificate is signed: B. L. Mont- j High River; Donald Ritchie Low, goiaery, field marshal, commander-1 Cardston; Seth Reed Nelson. Card- in-chief. British Army of the Rhine, iston; Ivy Messenger Scott. Leth- TJse certificate is addressed to j bridge. Pie. p. Nedeo. and says: j Bachelor of Science in Electrical "It has been brought to my notice Alexander SJS' that you have performed outstand- J sons. Medicine Hat. tng good service, and shown great devotion to duty.- Curing the Bachelor of ScieMce in Chemical Dick. Cardston; Frank. Kerkhoff, Taber; Anglican Mission Hearing Close The Very Rev. Dean Frank H, National President Viator Canadian Jewellers' Institute Will Be Endowed By Men In Trade In step with modern in Canada. Instttate -wffl Robert Glyn Claresholm. I Smye contiauicg the advanceT Canada, certificates to qualified men s A -_ _-----parts of Canada, and a na- board of examiners is now Bachelor Dorothy Jean Diploma rude Anderson. Lethbridge; new Carta- the ____ __ __ ___ _ _ ___ ________ _______ Hilda movement, had as his laaiouas'or" said Bobert S. ___ ________ ______ ,_, May Remington, Clareshplin: Bev- i tfceine. "I aci the resurrecuon ana rj-y pf Toronto, of tbe erley Kathleen Smith, Vulcan. [the life.' Icaiadsajj Association In Tfcree Trail. B.C., students were J Life muss be considered in terms i a interview here Tuesday listed today in examination results of eternity to have a true per- five associates se is traveling released by the University of berta: Al- spective o'f the love of God. The 1 dean asked. "Why do people hang across Canada, irisitirjg Use different local associations. Tuesday evening: cupation of Germany. "I award you this certificate as a token of my appreciation, and I have given instructions that this _ shall be noted in your record of service." of the staff of the Bodard Adjust- about old towns and cities in Beg- r c f ment Bureau attended the funeral. land that these were paths or j anticina Oddfellows in charge of the streets men walked possibly a thous- i We ei rites at Mountain and wars airo His n-a-n nar-sh a long distance of life and be- {f I lieve in the survival of the soul, j' m being appointed to bring this pro- gram of certification within reach of every wonon? According w> Mr. Day, a. national charter for the institute has just been received by act of parliament and the institute's first gcal is to offer Jfce certificate program to the war veterans who are now under training in the government rehab- ilitation scheme. Two hundred ves- eracs are now taking a year's coarse in watch reoair in schools located at Vancouver, Hamilton and To- ronto in Ontario, ifiontreal, and a characteristics, and many others. TUIs easy discourse was enjoyed deeply and" received hearty applause. The speaker was introduced by Mr. Pun-es Smith. The speech of wel- come to the guests was made by Harvey Johnston. Impressive Rites For J. ML MacLean Solemn services were held in St. Tuesday after- MacLean. Andrew's church noon for James popular and well-known Lethbridge resident, whose unexpected passing Saiurriav afternoon shocked his many friends throughout-southern Alberta. He died suddenly of a heart attack vrhile working on his new home. In charge of the Hoval Canadian Mounted Police detachment Waterton Lakes Park for years. Mr. MacLean was known throughout the south coun- try. He was always active in the Bov Scout, movement, and was a pass district commissioner of that organization. Crowds of friends turned out many widely View Pallbearers included: Constable C. Toombs of tha Chief Constable George Harvey of the citv police. Stuart J. Bodard. J. R. Savers. Gordon McKeczie and R. J. Fanceu. Dean Smye Pays Tribute to England In Club Address A vivid and entertaining talk on more particularly the resolute and stout-hearted England of the cavs of the blitz, was given bv Dean Frank H. Smye of Calgary, at the weeklv luncheon meeting of the Kiwanis'club Tuesday at the Marquis. He paid a warm tribute to the spirit of the British people under the extreme hardships of the war. hardships they bore with for- titude and good humor, he said. The dean was introduced by Rev. Leslie Grans and a vote of" tfranfrs was extended by Kev. E. L. Garvin. The dean, in his address, said it is not always easy for a Canadian to get a correct understanding of the "mysterious English" as they have been called but his residence i in that countrv curing the war ceased, more than filling the churcn a dgep appreciation of the ancient Jand and its people. He called the English an amaz- ing people mentioning now they had absorbed many peoples and groups during their long history. It is deeply thrilling to feel as one walks 900 Years old. proud of the high traditions her people through the centuries. Then with the blitz came whole- sale destruction and one was moved to feel the "awful waste of war." Destruction was rampant vet in it all the British maintained their and years ago His own parish, he is God's iaw "l AU this made one OP accuires a t Motherland ar.c tr-.e thJlJKS of fhe spirit. have motivated I taste for the become more attractive. Dean Smye said 5s difficult to! the Kingdom of God in morid >t the world. nadian Jewellers' Association to To Train Craftsmen have the federal tax oa the retail Tor many years it has bees ews- sales through irwellery stores re- tcmary to turn 10 Europe for train- moved, the visiting head stated, ex- craftsmen in silversmithing. dia- plainjag tiia; in the opinion of production, watch serrlces members o: but that heaven Is the en- j and jewellery eraf tsrnanship." he I aimed men the organization re- were being penalized ._ ---i sense of humor, had their jokes and wnlch jfa mingling together at the pubs found one earth suffer trials and disasters y do not deserve. Ic makes one ask. where is God who is the a fellowship tnat easedithe tension, essence of love? The answer is of the urnes and hejped them mee; found in the words, "I am the resur- their nroblems. rection." One must prepare oneself to be worthy of preservation eternity. Those who do not believe in God will never see Kua. To enter into the joy of the hereafter, one must vironmens of God. Or.e wonders reminded, "but the new institute is unduly in their effora to see up and why so many fine people on this planned to grre this training nevf homes. CoL Snow W91 Attend Meeting GRAVELLING STARTS ON COUTTS HIGHWAY Contract for gravelling of she Coutts-Lethbridge highway has been achieve the purpose or their ex- iec bv the Alberta government high- istence here, which is the carrying wavs" department; to Western Scgi- out of the principles of Christianity, j Eeers of Calgary and the contrac- Tonight. Wednesday, at 8 o'clock i has already irsade a star; on in St. Augustin's church, the dean will preach his concluding mission sermon. "I arn the war." Large congregations have attended all sessions. The public Is welcome. toi where services were held. Burial services were conducted by Hev. E. L. Garvin, assisted by Rev. R. W. Cowan. The flag-draped casket was banked with flowers. Among those attending the funeral were members of the Leth- bridge Lodge No. 2. I.O.O.F., of which the deceased was a vice- grand. Lodge members turned out in a body for the services. Representatives of local Rebekah lodges were present, along with members of the Lethbridge Lions club, the St. Joan. Ambulance Society, the city police, the local Bov Scout Council and members of" the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who served with the de- ceased in the Lethbridge sub- division of "K" Division. Members Col. T. E. Snow. Caljrary. officer commanding Military District No. 13, wQl attend a public meeting in the Marquis Hotel here tonight. Wednesday, at pjn. The meet- ing has been called for the purpose of discussing the revival of the He- John A. King of Edmonton, chair- serve Army in Lethbridge and the man of the Alberta Liquor Control construction of a new armories in j Board, is a visitor in the city on. the city. Col. Sno-.v will explain business and is registered a: the just what thec ity may expect in i Marquis hotel, Mr. King attended these matters. The general public Is welcome to attend the meeting, and former re- serve army members and other in- terested persons and organizations are particularly urged to be present. cmr VISITOR I Tuesdav's meeting of the Kiwanis club. TYPEWRITER NEWS We suggest you enquire about our Service Contract Our Service man will keep your machines in running condition. Get a Ribbon and Carbon Coupon Book and save Commercial Printers and Office 326-7th st. s. Outfitters Ltd. phone 299S "Typewriter Sales and GOING TO WATERTON R. W. Kellogg of Vancouver. 3.C- formerly of Lethbridge. is a visitor in the city and will leave tonight. Wednesday, to spend some dme at Waterton National Park with A. G. Saalim. the big job. border is being preoared for harti-sarfac- ing aut. it is "riot known yes whether the hard-surfacing- operations will be connnenced this season. Western 2nsineer5 are stardris from the border and worklns: north. to Lethbridge. Gravel Is as presea-: being moved from the pit miles west of Milk River and being laid on the Hiver-Coutts section. DIVERS' AED Helium, found with natural gas. now enables deep sea divers to re- main under water for as long as six hours. GOOD NEWS FOR FORD OWNERS We can now equip your car with "Airplane Type" shock ab- sorbers. This will give your Ford unsurpassed riding quali- ties plus maximum safety. Come in and taik It over. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers Light Plants Water Systems Welding Outfits Morris Barrett HARDWARE Values of boildinir properties, household effects, ete, hare in- creased eonsideraHT. We recom- mend that you retieV the amoont at insurance are Be Wise-Insure With hes Supina Mercantile Bargain Specialists 9m nusvuf G. OTCC A RtTTTHER 343A. T AniFI' WFAR 9ftfiA. WFAR PHONES: GROCERIES, 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER, 3456; LADIES' WEAR, 2866; MEN'S WEAR, 3456 MEN'S "STRIDER" n rvt mc.no Smart 1 ODCOatS SPORT SHOES AIR COOLED For Style-Conscious Men Here are topcoats that will please the most fastidious dresser. Styled in the popular fly-fronted bal box models from all-wool Donegal and herringbone tweeds, polo cloths, cords and Winches- ter fabrics. Shades include tan, dark brown, greys and blues. Sizes 36 to 44. Priced from '27.50 AIR COOLED For summer foot comfort, you can't beat a pair of these "air cooled" oxfords by Uppers are of brown calf in plain-toed model with the scientific air cooled feature. The soles are genuine leather with Goodyear welt. Sizes 6 to in D width. Pair.... Stylish Corduroy SPORT JACKETS For Men KIDDIES' PLAY OVERALLS Good for scuff wear, these overalls are made from good quality cotton ma- terial in .blue with red trim. Sizes 1 and 2 only. Pair O-l C 45c Boys' Ready-Tied TIES All ready to go! No knots to 1 fool triih. Assorted shades and patterns. Each Dressmaker SUITS Smart new dressmaker suits, beautifully made in two-piece models, featuring the new wide shoulders, full sleeves and plain collarless neckline. Wide range of the most fashionable all-wool suitings, in shades of moss green or black. Sizes 14 to 18. Per suit Fashionable "LOAFER" SHOES The popular "Loafer" style shoes, made with uppers of fine brown calf leather, leather soles and military heels. Sizes -5 to Per oair COLORED FLANNELETTE Heavy quality flannelette in plain colors or attractively patterned in figured de- signs. Suitable for py- jamas or 36 inches wide. Per yara............. CHILDREN'S ROMPERS Good quality broadcloth shades of yellow, blue and bro'dered trim. Sizes 1 and 2. Pair rompers to green. Em- LADIES' OILSKIN RAINCOATS Genuine "Anstoflex" oilskin guaranteed rain- wear. Lightweight and durable, they provide perfect protection, from the heaviest downpour. Shades of white, red. blue and green- Sizes 14 to IS. Snappy jackets made from silk finished corduroy in rich shades of wine and blue. Styled with zipper fronts, two slash pockets, tartan lining and red, and blue knitted wool cuffs, neckband and waistband. Sizes 36 to 46. Each 2ts, tartan lining ana reu, MEN'S PULLOVER SWEATERS Stylish sweaters knit from wool yarns in pullover style with V-neck and long sleeves. Colors: brown, wine and green with contrasting trim. Sizes 36 to 42. Each .................___....... >ng s'eeves. colors: Drown, GROCERY NEWS PHONES: 2766, 2966______________ LISTERINE the Safe Antiseptic the Quick Deodorant 3-oz...................29e 7-oz............... 49C FRY'S COCOA i ib. 39c 74c PICKLES, Sour Ittixed, Mrs. Luke's, 24-oz. COFFEE, Blue Ribbon, 1-lb. tin.... BEETS, diced Choice Quality, 20-oz. 2 for SARDINES, Barclay's extra special, 3 for 43c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables CELERY, California. Per Ib.......-..........................15c LETTUCE, solid heads ..............................2 for 29c ASPARAGUS, fresh. Per Ib...............................17C SWEET POTATOES ....................................2 29c ONIONS, cooking .....................................3 24c TOMATOES, field. Per Ib..................................25c Fresh Pineapples............each 36c ORANGES Sunkist Size 3 dozen Size 2 dozen Size Per dozen 85c 85c 69c GRAPEFRUIT Pinks 25c Size 4 for Size Jor 29c Cauliflower, large white heads, each SMART BLOUSES Printed Sheer Just unpacked these printed sheer blouses are really beauti- ful. Styled button fronts, riec'ilines and long sleeves. Shades include blue. rose, brown and red. Sizes 14 to 20. LADIES' AND GIRLS' ANKLE SOCKS Rayon and cotton ankle socks for ladies and girls. Assorted mostly turndown too style. All sizes, Pair ;