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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY Weather y FOR KEPATS i iiMi________for admission to Cs-j _______ soldiers sti2 overseas would repatriation n rentes; courses at j HERE FRIDAY j section, it oern brought tc tention of defence hesiqufirters that 5 _ rsany solders, ana relatives acting, Vancouver OB their behalf, are applying imiversities for tetters of sr.ce without :he with the information to establish :cr the vari- ous courses they desire to taie. _____ Synopsis at a.m. today: _- cold Pclsr mass covers The __ ___ -rsines 'ccay. Gale and wires by Hat and violent dust storms have bees army genersl the last !3 neurs. A the week ending Ma. GOODWILL MEETING The next meeting of the Leth- bridge Board of Trade, to be held--" and Saturday. June 14 .GIVEN JAIL TERM 1 Arnold SteHmaciier of 1 charsed ia Koyal Canadian Mount- 42 JM i ed Fo-liee co-art in Magrsth with, 43 .05 the theft of horse, contrary Si criminal code of Canada, was j-> i TO three months in t..t 30 Lethindse when he 29 i before H. G. SO -02 j Jensen. 23 16CTH PERMIT ISSUED Number cf residential builcin issued here RETIRE FKOM: ARMY District headeusrt-ers. MJX sn- ed today" that L- G. CROP DAMAGE THOUGHT LIGHT IN WEDNESDAYS DUST STORM Lethbridge and Southern Alberta J ties mush of it although no crop Post Here uuv u> i a dust storm" that struck the city little trouble from the storm. One and engulfed it about 5 p.m, as flight did riot stop at Canary be- had been previously forecast by the cause of poor vjsioihty. Homes in bureau at" Kenvoa. Field. Lethbridge being painted were Dust earnings had been j "muddied up" by the storm in tor- soiisded during the early forenoon. ough fashion. gigaauc ol usst A gigaauc wall ol----- from :he north swept over Calgary about one o'clock and travelled soir.h. The dust invaded homes and. liimed on their lights. "While some soil drifting is re- Snovk-fiurries were common in many parts of southern Alberta on .._____________, Thursday, and, temperatures hover- worried motorists, ed around the freezing point. South and east of the city, on the Lethbridse railway division reports of cloudv conditions, with high __ _ __ a house at 20th Street N. Mona T; Lu Crsbb a St-KO perrnii, j a rai-" a S5.WO residence at luiichtori" meeting of A. of- 21 Marquis hosel at extensive, i: thought. Siigar company ofSciaSs said the did beets but -a-irh colder prevailing there is a fear today that a sharp frost a ..za, A the j .onisht. Thursday. Beets Kartlev Fowler Toronto "in lae'ross.i !1 be ta Leihbridge Fn- been done in 10. and v.i-1 address a raneicg from 30 to 32 degrees. Snow flurries were r.oted along the Nptu- keu subdivision, the Taber subdivis- ion. and m the Masyberries. New Dayton, Spring Coulee and Magrath 'B'as at Coulee, but no damage Snow at Pincher The dust hit Pincher o'f --V- vrork m the Creek at 4 o'clock but no daicage torrT co-entries of Europe and f reported. Ugas rain at of the -A-ork In his many of aSsocia'-ion experience, he damage a reporjec. ram leil rS'TERESTrN'G BIRTHDAY A un'iiue ence Fr.- C. O. Asplund of the --no ____..._ has a sheeo ranch just north of S5FZS, c'.ear-lnz laadbreeS. says there is of, "Sfe15te SoJdurrfes this mature in that area. In fact, he, i_e c. _ .oc_ i _'-._c-- ,_ .-_- rfnnT-s. tte land has been tea -K-et while resting in tne same home in rrhich he -ras bom. The iarse brick home ires one of the first brick residences built in this city and -sras erected about 54 years ago j by his father, the late ex-Msycrj i Henderson was B. con- tractor and builder who came to ILethhridga in to work tor the Gaits. A dsagiter, ilrs. Adelaide Kane of XoKeford and ?red jiea- another son, were also horn there. Announcemen ts DR. D. A- RYLAKDS DSXTIST Phone 2497. iSot yet listed in -i: 1710 Second Avenue S.. ar.c A. C. McDonard a fcr a workshop a: veaTS cs association --_- and Second Avenue S. vears as of at Pinc-ier followed oy snoa. An i "_____ s Comcilttee in inch of snow coverea tae ccuritry- WOMAN" DIES Secretarj- snd side Thursday morning. Wore, has reached the cf Ote tours with Dr. John K. 1 A motor jjarty iy sray :he ;rav- rtions of the masses overaead. The storm his Cardston about as the Temple City was staging an elaborate "Welcome Home" V-S Day celebration to the veterans. At night power fail- ed and the town was in darkness i until about ll o'clock. A gentle i rain fell at night. Monday' the got over half an inch of rain. The wave of dust extended in the southeast with Foremost get- Donations to the Canadian Hed Cross society drive in southern Alberta SI32.533. brir.stzs the Alberta tcral to 52T2.025. K was re- An Old Friend Arrives EC. Time tests friends and proves :me Aicerta total to 52T2.023, it was re- hoir true ported bv I.t.-CoL H. Tomlmsen, xitev vxiH or will not be to you. Ai'certa commissioner. j Babbit. j Following are contribution totals j To the north and west of bridge, cloudy and cool weather with temperatures of around 30 de- grees was reported from the Al- dersyde subdivision. A light snow- fall was registered at Blackie. Sim- ilar conditions prevr-iled alor-s the Ijomond siibdivision. with a ten-de- gree frost noted at Arrowwood. No damage was caused. "West to the CroWs Nest Pass the on Monday vras described as cloudy and cool, with tempera- tures hoverine close to 34 degrees. Ught snow fell in the district. Lteht snow was also reooned from area north from Ma'-leod. Condi- tions were generally cloudy and cool. Wind Velocity The maximum wind recorded in the city on "Wednesday was from the north. It attained s. maximum velocity of 9 miles per hour. The highest temperature recorded on c-igraving, Recently arrived from Regma where he" was connected with Glad- well. and Co., a firm c! chartered accountants. Gordon Goodricge has joined the staff o: Beny-Chevrolet-Oldsniobile Ltd. of Le'hbridge as secretary-treasurer He succeeds L J. Sain who resigned several weeks ago to take a position in Vancouver. A graduate of the University of Saskatchewan with a B.Comm." degree, Mr. Gpodridge is a soons enthusiast and hopes to take an active part in the commun itv life of the city. John de Jourdan Reopens Business A photographer with the R.C-AJP. .id "later a supervisor of an auxi- jary war services centre overseas. Joha de Jourdan, who re- amed to the city several weeks ago, has reooened the photographic 'tudio that has long borae the ramilv came alter a period of three fears! Joining up la be a >hoiograDher with the public rela- ions branch of the and spent several months here at No. Sombiag: and Gunnery School. Later ia England he had occa- sion to take Dictares of a number of Canadian bojs who were serving with the RAJ. and found this isrork very interesting as the air- men -arere" full of anecdotes about their most receas. missions. The final stage of his a-artirce ser- vice casie arisen he applied for a transfer to the Knights of Colum- bus Auxiliary War Services, finding aasseif at las" as one of the super- visors at a bustling recreation cen- tre situated near Torquay. Devon. He is a member of the Lethbridge club. Wednesdav was 70 degrees and th minimum was 27. Shorslj before noon on Thursday thermom- eters sr> the city registered a read- ing of 35 degrees. A north wind tras blowing at a velocity of 20 miles per hour and precipitation up to that" time amounted to .02 of aa inch. Some Drifting- KANTOX. (HSS> A strong wind siieDi in from the north, on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The an- was filled with dust and visibility was reduced to a few vards and as times motor traffic had to stop. Some gram fields drifted badly but linie if any grain was blown out although some of the grain was cut off at the ground level. Trees and early perennials got a bad beating. The temperature is just at the freezing point. No moisture felL in the air. he cried.; "Herau; is He hurried; deeper into the Old Bnar-natch DRA5EA FESTIVAL Tfce 1S47 tjrovincisl regional drama festival will be held in. Ed- monton, it was decided the an- nual meeting of the council of the Alberta Drama League at Calgary. 2Cov. 1 was set at the deadline for entering nlsvs for the 1345-47 sea- son. GrsriilyEi Edwards. Calgary, secretary-treasurer, was elected" president of ths Alberta group for de coming year. Other oSSeers sleeted by acclamation were Mrs. D. Hays of Medicine ziss. rice-president, and C. Sweetlove of Edmonton, Eecretary-treasarsr. TO CHANGE NAME Notice is given in the latest issue of Canada. Gazette that the Army and Navy Veterans in Canada wDl make application to the parliament of Canada, to change its :name to the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans in Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Camrc-se. Alta.. of s. daughter, or. May Mr, and Mrs. S. nounce the birth of a caugnter., Sairlay ryiin, on. May Sch at GSJJ j sentence. Hospital. WINS AT EDMONTON to look for the sweet singer called J 1754 of some Southern Alberta, branches: Peter's way of hinting "The Singing Deaths _Jt--.w 340 i Pleading rot guilty to a charge of dangerous cnviEg, John W. itac- Laine of Lethbridge was remanded for trial until June 8. e a motor vehicle along r an TTalker of Taber. Services will held in St. Theodore's ATJL Church Taber on Friday at 2 the 5ev. J. Thompson Interment ia the Taber Martin Bros, directors o: service. of speed brought Harold "VT. Brown of Lethbndge a fme of SI5 and S2 costs after he plesded piTi'rr In Memoriam r __ _ _ In loving memory of M. 3. Conner _____3e Sedcon who died May S, 1S37 o' Lethbridge came tfcirc in the! "What vrolud I give to clasp his hand. lumping competition for novices, an i His happy face to see, even; in the spring horse opened in Edmonton Wed- nesday. Toth of Lembridge ad- mitted driving a motor vehicle across Jtourth Avsnue South at a point other rnv-n a street inter- section and was fined SI ami S3 costs. IN crrr FKIDAT J. Hartley fowler, world service secretary on the national council of the Y.M.C.A-, wEl be in jjeth- bncee on Friday to pay the local association brief visit; curing his tour across Canada. In honor of the occasion, itmcngon To jjgaj- tig voice arm see his smile, Thas meant so much to me. Larinely remembered by Ms nn family. Cards Of Thanks We wish to thank our islaaves fnends for their kind expres- ipathy and Coral offer- curing- our recent i bereavement in the loss of husband and father. Special thanks to Sis- ters, doctors and nurses who were so helpful at St. Michael's Hospital. The" Wolloschuk family. 313 Mrs. J. M. MacLean and family to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to the the Police, the Odd the Hebekahs, the Daughters of England, the Leihbridse lions Club the BOT Scout Council, the St. John 12 Degrees Of Frost Forecast Twelve degrees of frost to- night, Thursday, for the Leth- bridge area, is forecast. Following a driving dnststorm from the north late Wednesday afternoon, the temperature fell daring the night to 30 degrees. Backyard gardeners are con- cerned abont the of their cariy flowers and vegetables. Beet growers are likewise anxi- ous. Calgary reports five degrees of frost overnight that resulted in many flowers and fruit blos- soms being nipped. Meetings 3Iasonic Notice Hegular meeting of Xorth Star be held in Ambulance, the Gait Hospital Stu- assisted in their recent bereave ment w'-ca "We'come Bobin returns with Mistress Spring, or often ahesd of her. He is the first, or one of the of the feathered folk to get back from the long vacation where Jack Frost cannot alnch their tees. Sometimes ais cousin. Winsome Bluebird, arrives with hfcn. Seldom is he more than a day or two be- hind" This year tnes had arrived together. At least they had arrived on tte same day eariy in March. Peter had seen them over in the Old Orchard. "Tie thrushes are here." he an- nounced to Mis. Feter on his re- turn, to the dear Old Briar-patch. believe it." declared Mrs. Peter flatly and most impolitely. Thev are so. I saw two of them, i over in the Ola retorted Mrs. Peter looked at mm suspiciously. "Which she -Winsome Biusotrd and Welcome Eobin." replied Peter, his eyes twinkling. "You said thrushes." snapped Mrs. Feter crossly. 'Of course. Why not? They are members of the Thrush family- Doesn't that make them. Thrusa- reolied Peter. t "You" know vgrv Trail tnau Thrushes wear orown coats ana speckled declarea Mrs. has thai to do with it? Can't some members oi a fami... --ess differently from other mem- I--- _ _-_i_1_ f A DEODORANT OF f DOUBLE ACTION Regular lubrication and inspection for Trom parts keep your car and truck rolling- until you can get a new one. Drive in Anytime for Free Inspection Beny Chevrolet- Oldsmobile Ltd. Chevrolet, Oldsmobile Can; Chevrolet and Maple leaf Safes and Service TTTO locations: "th Street S, Phone 4055 fot service DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invited to meet representa- tives of our committee at the Y.M.C.A- any Thursday between the hours of 8 and pjn. Our committee will be glad to help you In any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee bers? Jus of the Waroier iv Some wear blue, some wear wear vellow. some wear ,c peter didn't JEE. Mrs. interrupteo. 'We are talking aoout Tnrusnes, she said crossly. Kobins and young Biue- ircis wear speckled waistcoats, had to admit that this TOS "Juss the same no one tills them Thrushes. Tney may be- HELPS PREVENT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AND ODOR WITHOUT IRRITATING THE SKIM ARSJD gives you double protection. It 3rotects you from pcrspiratioa and belps protect yosr clothes from pespio.- tioo spots. Airid is an odorless deodorant, trim the fine tenure of a beaut? cream. I- vanishes insnaily giving imnaediace resula. With Arrid, you are absolutely safe can yourself ire regardless of the Protect your daintiness aad cfaarra Arad. Sort using it today. It is very economical. CHRlSTENSeiBliQSJ In Police Court Andrew Horr.aniuk of tee ridge distnct was given seven days i in jail when he appeared in city The Central Saving and Crecii Union meeting has been postponed, until the evenmg of Thursday. May 16th. when the meeting will be held at, 619-7th Ave. a An members are urged to attend as special business is pending. Lethbridge Ixtdge NP. 2 Lethbridge Lodge No. 2. trill hold its regular meeting on JPn- PHONE 28O2 toxicated whUe having control of attenc. i an automobile. Ee pleaded not j visions we. gaiety but was con-lcted more than i come. YOUR MOTHER WITH 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. FLOWER SHOP 15f, 39e i3< ARRID The Urges) Selling VOGUE k TC CIGARETTE PAPERS .Mother's Day Is Sunday, May 12 Colognes and Perfumes ........................65c to Yardley, Lentheric, Bourgois, lAicIen, Lelong, etc. Stationery In Wooden ana Brash and Comb mud 3Iu-ror to 515.5O Manicure Sets, Cutes and Peggy to Prophylactic Hair Brushes to Metal Compacts in Loose to Bath Salts, Bath Meal, Dustiny Powder.........65 to JACKSON AND DRAFFIN The Family Drag Store Soddenly Peter hopped right np in the air. he cned. TONIGHT AT 8 P.M. Public Meeting SALVATION ARMY CITADEL Brigadier and Mrs. Raymer of Edmonton MARQUIS HOTEL PHONE 4377 bird- Thrushes never get nere as early as this. Hermit is tne first j I to get here ar.d when he we know that Mistress Spring real- IT has come. Tm glad Welcome; i Kobin ar-d Winsome Bluebird are j jhere. but Til be stiii more glac whef. Eermit. a real Thrash ar- rives." she declared very positively.; Peter chuckled aaa said r.o more on" ihe subject. He knew just how Mrs. Peter felt. He knew he was right, and he knew that Pe'er knew that he was right, i yso he'knew just how she felt. He felt the same A Hofefr J25 5" FvObin, a Bluebird a Bluebird ar.d a Thnish a Trjush even if they cid all belong to the same family. members of a family should look enough alike for folks to know them for cousins at i thought Peter. 5 Just at dusk one evcmnz a few weeks later Peter was watching -or j a chance to slip out of the dear Old Briar-patch when Mrs. Peter i wasn't watching. The chance carae and he was jwsi about to start I when from the middle of Bnsr- paich the stillness was broken by a song so lovety that while it lasted he held his breath. He didn't know it but Mrs. Peter was holding her breath, too. For a moment after i the song ended it seemed as if Mother Nature herself was holding her breath. Suddenly Peter hopped right up F. W. Woolworth Co. Ltd. Have just received a small shipment of Holland Rose Bushes and will have these on sale Saturday morning May llth Mother's Day Sunday, May 12 Order yonrs now, stock is complete. She's a Veteran Too Roses Carnations Snapdragon Stocks Sweet Gardenias Mixed Bouquets Hydrangeas Rose Bushes Cinerarias Calceolarias Fuschias Double Petunias Pelargoniums Ferns Frache's Flower Shop Phone 2666 Lethbridge, Alberta .NFW SPA PERI IFWSPA.PFJ ;