Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE THE LETHBSIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, MAT Accountants Again Name Greenway DH5T OF NAVY Orcisarv Seaaaan Gorcon South. 1 son of Sir. and Mrs. A, South ol Ibis ciiy. has been discharged from CaiadiaE Navy, foUowicg ser- rice darins 'Erar- e mmed to his this -areei after i tpescisg the She dUiiary h ra FIELDMAX Stegrvn. joined the staff agricultural ofiioe for the whole of Southern forecast Alberts. Kis sen-ices will be avail- by the as grasshopper Weather Montreal Toronto Kegma rift Ksi........ 42 Calgary 30 22 11 IS 15 20 .04 .01 .01 Vancouver..... Victoria Weather 64 70 More University Students to Get Degrees, Diplomas These Southern Albertans receive degrees arid diplomas nest University -IS Alberta graduation exercises: 43 .-I Bachelor of Education as aad 'or area vho have grasshopper prob- lems. Little grasshopper activity has been observed this spring owing __ --'tsf- 1 has r nff j nioc-on. Valid usiil; lingua. Foremost; __ O-A midnight Saturday. Synopsis Synopsis at a.m. today: are still ocounrig iri .------w. Albert region this morn- j Virtue, Lethbricge. "and western Saskatchewan pjtnne Christofferson. Kigh Herta Marse Moll. Magrath; Olson. Clareshoira: Kathleen EUen Sheas- bv. Redcliff; Heed Livingston Shields. Suriing: Joan Ecythe r of Science in grasshoppers will appea: Education and interrn Ju lificate of the High CKAXFOKD POST OFTICE Jarafeson, east of the city bersreen Chin tnc trill shortly change its name to Clear and -sramier. West irinds 20 miles an hc-jr ex- cest as raght 10 m.p.h. Lo-ar to- since iv Tras'esMbilsiied, and the change be effective -svlth rhe of the company's summer time table on Jsine 3. ChsagiEg of The station came !s being dene at ihe reqiiess of tha residents of the village. BROKEN" SDSS Johnson. -10 year old son o. ilr and Sirs. ROT Johnson of Iron Springs suffered s. broken leg on Tctcsdav afternoon trhen the lifflb caught in a mechanical press- 50 trgs isvrcediately taken to for treatment, is BOW a. patient in St. ificii- Hospital. ENGINEERING STTTDEJfTS A party of 45 chemical engineer- ing students from the Universiuy of Alberta, under- the charge of Pro- lessor Grovier. -were in the ciiy on fridaf enroute to Edmonton after visiiinf Trail and Tacamac in Bris- Uh, Columbia They -Bill leave the city for Calgary Priday evening at 8.15 Announcements DK. D. A. aVLANDS DSNTIST Bhcre 2437. CNot yet listed is 1784 iiack. Coaldale: Wenonah r Hargrave Michael. Welsh; Alma yreda Shaw. Xantcn: Frank vasa. Sickqff. BeUevue; Sister Jjouise. Medicine Hat. Alice Brandlev. Raymond, will be recosnrneaded'to General Faculty Council DV the Facuitj- of Educa- tion for the Senior Diulotna of the Faculty of SJducatioa and Interim High School Certificate. Engrains. H- S. GKEENWAY At the first annual meeting ot the Lethbridge branch of the In- dustrial Accountants of Alberta heid at the Maquis hotel Thursday night. H. S. Greenway was re- elected chairman, -.rith D. J- Brown- rigg vice-president and M. A. Parkyri secretary treasurer. The chapter voted to increase i-js directorate to seven members, and the fcHovring were chosen to work with the executive: Jack Craise. Jack Lskie, D. C. Robison, John A. established is Lethbridge. Bduca-j tional o.isalifications. training and: experience, wold be the basis for exemption from examinations and the avrarding of degrees, and tnej fiaal selecuorx would be made by the j I council at the annual j j meeting in. Edmonton later thu> j I month. The chairman told the members i 1 that the executive of the Lethbridge 5 chajser had decided to appoint i R. R. Gibb. a director of the Cal- sarv chapter, to as its repre- for the 1M6-1M7 term. i In closing he drew attention to The tremendous field of work before i the association, urging lita" tfee j chapter should at all times strive to raise standards of the j ccuntins orof ession. Featured Speaker 1 As the speaker of the evening. 'Wlliiam ParVes Smith, gave a brief i but, penetrating survey of sccount- ing problems that confront tiie small business man. So often such a man depends on the pocket" type of accounting- it had been observed through considerable experience, I and becomes liable to drastic assess- jments by the income taut depart- f meat. to faulty or careless un- derstanding of their financial posi- tion many business mea had made no returns during the war years. ONRAD SECOND FIELD IN OIL PRODUCTION The chairman trelcomed four cewlv accredited members into the socfetv. A letter was read from Walter Xobbs. Calgsry. provincial president, conveying: his regret that he ivas unable to be present, at the first meeting "cf the bridge chapter and -arishiiig it con- tinued success. On behalf of the members Jack Lakie expressed appreciation of the services of Mr. Greenvray. who had Births Mr. and Sirs. Z. M, Nielsen of j Milk Hiver announce the birth of a. son, David Glen, on May 8th, at St. i Michael's Hospital. 350 vehicle more 12 inches from she curb. Failure to have a driver's license cos; Har! Lewis Metzger of May- ms snnuai report tne cnair- butt a line of and S2 costs and i man cf the Lechbridge chapter.. H. failure to obev a "Stop" traffic sign I S. Greenway recalled that folio-sing brought Levi" MscConald of Taber been largely instrumental in bring- ing the Lethbridge chapter into existence. Annual Report his snnuai reoort the chair- While Alberta oil production was down for the month of March the oil revenue was up compared with last year, according to the monthly report of the petroleum and natural gas conservation board. Conrad was Alberta's second in March, producing: barrels of oil from 16 wells. The month's yield totalled a Httle the dally production from Turner Valley. Taber third with barrels of oil from 13 wells. Ver- dropped to fourth place with barrels from 43 wells. Frinctss produced IMS barrek from six wells; Oovdminster 908 barrels from 13 wells. Late developments at both Taber and Llovdmicster point to the pos- sibility of considerable increase in these "fields. Lloydasiiister. 300 feet east of the Alberta boundary, is pumping 100 barrels per day from Uie gusher of a month ago. It is by far the best well so far obtained in the northern part of the prov-j ince Taber produces 250 barrels daily from a new Standard of Cali- fornia completion and this through a tiny opening restricted to one- quarter inch. The government, in some cases done little about the lapses in the past oisrins to staff shortages, but now the siuiation had changed. Crews of income tax assessors were j being trained, and heavy exactions and penalties could be expected for these oversights. In some cases had been seriously crippled when their pro- prietors' had been required to pay up overdue inconte tax covering sev- eral years. A sound yystem of accountancy gave the business man protection in that it gave him an exacs picture of his financial position, the speaker urged. He could tell 2.t, a glance which departments were operatins at a profit and those that were sot paving their way He recommended for the average small bus-ness man a simple bookkeeping system tnat k-pt tallv of receiats and expendi- tures, where ever.- cen.0 ivas de- posited the bank and covered nel for Leihbridge and district dock- ed in Halifax this week en route! west from overseas! Arriving on the Lady Kelson Tuesday, and expected u> feach Calgary Sunday morning. May 12. are Mrs. I. K. Pogelberg. Shaughnessy: itra. a Jamison, Ravmond; Mrs. W. Witham, 210- ieth St. N. Ijfthbridge. Those arriving on ihe Queen Mary docked in Halifax Wednesday. May S. are Mrs. A. Marsden, Mac- Mrs. V. M. Pnmrose. Eigri River- Mrs A Hobinson. 2I6-20th St. N! Lethbricge; Mrs. E. V. Scar- lett. MUk River. Children accompanying their mothers include Nigel Marsden. Joan and Edward Primrose. Glennis Robinson, Sylvia Scarlett, Josephine and Clarke Jamison. Alberta Now Has 33 Lions Clubs one of the hardest. Tsrorkins members of the local Lions club until he passed airay suddenly Saturday, club nseaibers obsenred a mimite of silence- Art- receatly retired froJn the Canadian army after more than six vears' service, was appointed to succeed Mr. MacLean as the club's representative on the veterans' -Welcome Home" program com- mittee. A number of Lethbridge Lions agreed to attend the charter night program of the Macleod Lions club next Wednesday and a delegation is also esnected to attend the charter sight program of the Taber Lions club next Friday. Among southern Alberta guests at the luncheon was C. S. MatMn. president of the Magrath Lions club. CLCB Mejnbers of the I-etlibrldge fie Club are asied to be on ntnd at the Kenaita Stables at 2 pjrn. cdav, for the first pimcace for niusicsl ride. Meetings Carpenters to Meet Meeting tonight of the CaTpep- ers Union No. 845. in the Trades and Labor Council Hall. 13th Screen 'orth. Moving 32Tp. EFUD TJP Judging by the number of OlicatiOES for' permits have re- ceived vastly increased acreage of potatoes TrUl be this year in the Sanionton, Lethbridge, Brooks, Medicine Ess and Dromheller dis- stated J. "L. Sagleshaaz, pro- vincizi pest suDervisor Priday mom- Jag. Busy trith icspecEion of local arraEgeiEsnts for the control of bacterial ringroi, he admitted, that is.-sras too eariy to Traks a definite Etatenient as to the exact; extent of the decrease in potato plantings, but trier thas is -jrouid far exceed thai ef last year. BAXQT5ET Pioneer from------ fcldge and Medicine Eas atteaded t. banquet sieged by the Division 235 of the Brotherhood cf Loconxo- tiTe Engineers at the Palliser iioisl in Calgary and attended by 400 per- BOHS who joined to honoring 39 re- tired CalgarJ" railroad engineers Timrsdsv eveaing. visiting raU- roed men included: T7. McKeime. Pete Simpson and Jac's Paris, all of Medicfee Kat. and 5T. Eutchin- son and W. W. Washbtoofc both of MANITOBA BEET CROP Approximately acres of sueaf beets have been planted m Manitoba to date this year, the reekly crop repon of the Canadian Pacific Bailway's EEricultural de- partment said today. This is "much of last vesr. The estimated acreage for 1945 is compar- ed to last year. PREMIER TO SPEAK Premier E. C. Manning in Caiearv Mav 2t -when deal -iith the "recent he speak jEcial conference and the pro seT bill of rights. FASTBALL GAME Dodgers and MJhalprs nut on an exhibition fastba' game" oa Saaday when they tang! at the bairacss diamond at pin. Players are assed to be on hand by two o'clock. taying in the Lethbridge provincial ail nearly two and a months onger T.PP" they originally expecr- Already serving one year at hard abor for theft of an auto, John Sic- Millan 21, of Newcastle and John Devlin 18. of Midlandvaie, plead- ed guuty before Magistrate Arthur Beaumont, K.C., to charges of stealing a. second auto at Drtca- neller on March 1 and cre-ar sen- ences of one year at hard labor, the sentences to run concurrently iiose now being served. The young men explained that they had "worked off" nearly two and" a half months of the sentences the tbefz of the other auto but Us Worship explained the mininiTina sentence for siito theft is one: year and thev would be recuired. to stay m jail for a -ear frcsn tods-. Operating s. motor vehicle with inadequate brakes brought Frank Sera of Ccsldale a fins of 31 arid S3 costs after he uleaded guilty and a iigr penalty was imposed against Uiaia David Curwea of Calgary when he admitted a charge of op- erating a commercial vehicle with- out having- a chauffeur's license. Alexander Johnston of Lethbridge lined and costs for oper- ating a motor vehicle at an unreas- onable rate of speed, the. offence tying admitted. In city Dolice court Hugh McAl- pine of no fixed abode pleaded guil- ty to a charge of being intoxicated in a public place and was given the i alternative of paying a fine of and 54 costs or spending the next month in jaiL Driving across 12th Street South at a tsoint other than an. intersec- Son brought Albert South and John i Bannerman of Lethbridse fines of artd ?3 costs after they pleaded guiUy. Frank Heid of Ds-srson Creek, B.C.. was fined SI and 52 costs for parking an oil truck on Third Av- enue North and was oermitted to leave with a warning after admit- ting a second his a fine of SI and costs. Brooks Kin Backs Calf Club Show Tfae SiD. annual junior beef calf show and sale will again be spon- sored bv the Brooks Kinsmen club. This event will place on Sas- ardav, June 1. the show starting at ajEt, and the sale at pja There will be 150 club calvas and 200 la; commercial cattle for sale. The auctioneer win be Archie Bovce of Olds. The ceiling price Has been lifted on the sale of duo calves by order of the Wamme Prices and Trade Board. A. call will be auctioned, the proceecs to be donated to the Canadian Can- cer Fund. The cqlleeaoa of funds fo- this organization is also being undertaken by the Kinsmen club. There will be a free barbeque on the grounds and dancing in the Kfcsmen hall at night. The Alberta Hereford Breeders association hare donated S150 in cash nrize money for Hereford and the Alberta Aberdeen Angus Breeders association have donaMd approximately S100 lor prize money. This event promises to exceed last year's which was undoubtedlv the best junior calf show which has been held in Brooks. Thirtr energetic Kinsmen visited Ktab-oos: Island, at Lake Newel! to plaat their second planting of 500 trees and irrisaie lass year's planting of 900 trees. It was noted that these trees are doing remark- ably well. considerable lengthy period o: local branch had been formally or- ganized in January, 19J6, and ex- pressed his appreciation for the assistance rendered bv the provincial society and the Calgary chapter in completing the Iocs! organization. He stated that the present status of membership is: four student members and 14 general members, bv vouchers. One of the members during the discussion period that followed the address fo'und general agreement when he said that the great diffi- culty for the accountant, was to following i overcome the reluctance often man- correspondence and! ifested to confiding the solution of discussions the business problems to any one but a Vancouver. 3.C., recently. He felt that; the program committee's plan vrhereby the various topics -were presented by speakers chosen from the ranks of the chapter had cussions. Stressing the value cf developing student membership. Mr. Greeiaray declared thas one of the first duties of the Board of directors -srould be the appointment of an active educational committee to arrange and carry out a weekly study class. In accordance tvith the poiicv of the provincial council a nucleus cf registered memberships ires being lawyer. More Dependents En Route West Seven dependents of Canadian Army. Navy and Air Force person- SANIBOY THE MODERN SANITARY KITCHEN WASTE-CAN North Lethbridge Hardware DANCE AT THE TRIANON TONIGHT AND EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT MUSIC DOW'S RHYTHMERS Mrs Alfred Savage, 21, burned terribly when her three children died to a farm home fire near North Bav. Ont-. April 26. died w hospital. "She died without know- ing of the deatii ol the chilcrea. Continued growth of Lionism in Alberta and Montana was described to the Lethbridge 1-ioas Club at its luncheon meeting Thursday by District. Organizer "Will E. Holbein of Kalisoeil. Mont. He explained that Alberta now has 33 Lions clubs and Montana 35. Also describing activity of Lions clubs in the neighboring state tras Past District Governor Frank Van Beroart of Cut Paring respect to J. M. Mac- j ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 1M MeFAKLAKD BLDO. Remington Rand Electric DUAL HEAD MODEL S19.95 THREE-HEADED MODEL Jackson Draffa DRUGGISTS Phone 3364 G. H. JONG Ectab. in Canada 27 years. Biaa- 817A 1st St. E, Calearr. Alta. PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all makes of washers and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES to SERVICE 317-Sth St. S. Alf Calhonn Bruce Durfee Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Phone 3857 Electrolux Cleaners Sales Service Supplies Phone 44S1 Are. S. Electrolui (Canada) limited Summer Art Classes Enron noTT for the Short Course in Art being- arranged by THE LETHBRIDGE SKETCH CLUB Outdoor and Indoor Classes, June 3 to 15 Terms: Full course SS.OO: Half time 55.00 Instructor: H. G. CLYDE, Sponsored by the Deparnaent of Extension, University of Alberta Apply, 5Irs. A. M. Moe, Secretary, 101Z Sixth. Avenue S, Phone SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invited to meet representa- tives of our committee at the YiLC-A. any Thursday between the hours of S and pjn. Our committee will be glad to help you Jn any way possible, Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee Have I Enough Assurance? COLIN HEDDERICK 106 McFarland Lethbridie Phone 3815; Res. 2196 Lawhmowers Sharpened Bicycle Repairs an4 Parts Keys Cut While Ton Wait Locks Repaired Dan's Repair Shop 320a-7th St. S. Phone 3905 Alberta In Police Court young men from the Drum- hdler district learned in Royal Ca- nadian Hamied Police court here Jriday morning that they wo-aJd be i CHRISTENSENBROS, PHONE 28O2 What a Perfect Gift For Mother A "PRESTO" ALUMINUM PRESSURE COOKER Just received a limited stock will go on sale TOMORROW MORNING At Both Stores MORRIS BARRETT Day Sunday, May 12 "Better Circulation Means Better Health.' Swedish Massage ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS Relief for backache, neuritis, arthritis, kidney trouble and inter-muscular pain. G. McKECHNIE 215 Sherlock Bldf. Phone 4595 1USTAQUIK .ENAMEL Pot bright, colorful, da- table mnd waterproof furniture, -woodwork, wicker and metal sur- faces, indoors or out. A ttlf tmootbing enamel. Eaiy to apply- Leaves no laps and no brush marks. Dries in four hours. All of the newest modern colors. AND KYAN1ZE VARNISHES Available at HICK Hardware Co., Ltd. Phone 3762 and BARRETTS HOME APPLIANCES Order now, while stock complete. She's a Veteran Too LIVE-CUT CEDAR FENCE POSTS The Stacey Lumber Co. Ltd. The Subway Lumber Avc. North Phone 3421 Roses Carnations Snapdragon Stocks Sweet Peas Gardenias Mixed Bouquets Hydrangeas Rose Bushes Cinerarias Calceolarias Fuschias Double Petunias Pelargoniums Ferns Frache's Flower Shop Creston Lions Club 5TH ANNUAL BLOSSOM CARNIVAL Friday and Saturday May 17-18 In the NEW CIVIC CENTRE BUILDING See Creston Valley at Blossom Time See The Mammoth Blossom Parade Phone 2666 Lethbridge, Alberta ji. The Crowning of the Blossom Queen See The Prettiest Show in Western Canada See You in Creston at the Lions Carnival NEWSPAPER!