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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -SATURDAY, MAY AUB. BtACK jUfi. H. C. fe m of Mefiaciie Hat here suffering as i The regulsr dinner zneeing of i the Junior Caaraser of Cosnmerce T.-.'' HO Ttorsday nei.1. Calgary Vancouver an iss_ed "st 13 X. TIIJL.FR Bombardier T Tiller of i Jtotih. citv. xrtjo serseci wa nv Fsscston. Valai Weekly routine Make Hans For Boy Scout Camp plans for the 31ay 24 caja? campetitioas for local Boy Scouts are progressing favorably and at the oreseni urae it ssescis Hfcelj tiiat "between 60 and 70 hoys -ardl be To Visit City HERE FBO5C COAST 9L 3. B MascoTich, -STK! 2 s mother. Mrs. P. Mos- covseb. TIME IK MAILS ___ M. P-ae of the HuS block i Victoria this week received E copy of Advertiser which was, "Breath mailed en Oct. 9. 1543, two jears; forecasts Ires: she evening of May 23 10 tae of May S. ,T63S rajrabe- will m oe raised, as a3 troops Save not beep beard irora at the present tissfc. In addition wsH also be a nasioer of Scoots wbo wjJ! be able to atienfi the entire bat be mere for she Tbe sire for the can? has chosen. II be located on this side oi the river about a ijuar- ie- of a north of the traffic ear District rear where Glasgsw, LOSS OF BEETS 'OSS S ___ i j i wester prajr'es tney are expected legate at 19 15 hours and process j ec service.______________ 10 droo acs-n tomorrow. Another Jbv bus to AST Cace: quarters ;s spprtsacnm; tne i No 1 Preparations for Dcs- liver region tms morning tb.e annual rssnection. o- May cpreac soatneastwarc. to i uiH be tmdensken, followed by re- Swift Oirrent early Sundev. j creational penoo. AH cacets are iielcs CAPT. YTAXNOF HEEE CstJtsm Hcbert Wan Dr. G. G. VTanno? of been attencm Strorr: "nortn winds and scarterec showers or snowfiumes are lore- east for tomorrow. erpected to be on parade Great costs must, ne rurnec m to summer months and ;s doa by the Ccnsrruc- I y nson. _____ j sues "per aOur shifting ncrtnwest MOTHER'S DAT OBSERVANCE Sunday morning. totngnt 35 y marked i Sunosy 45. :rT nesriv all! iledicme becoming churches in the err on overcast Sunday afternoon. Wiaely -si! be tsed is tne j scattered snowers Suncay evening thfiine 'or sermons snthems. j -vntn snowrlumes in tae Cypress irymns wi2 oe relatec to Smf trincs 10 miles per In, honor of the evert, hoer beccmmg norm at 25 Suncay. of church j tonight 35. Hign Stmday s. sods! hQTrr following' scrvtce. CAR 30SSIXG PoLee are now XooV-r far model grrr Forfi ccsch -sss stOien from in front ef the cizb.ljSEag pariefi tnere 33T the 3- J- of this csy. Mr. McGregor toid poEcs ne isd. nedectec TO the izri- he psrisc his car sz S pin. Hs coscoverea tnat K Teas rmssng 1 acto car- SSsna hrerse piste Sc. 23-4W. COCKSE Ef AKT Sketch Clib is Isold- Announcements Tf3- D A- HTIiANPS issnsr Fnoas 24S7. Cfot vet latesi 21 ate before proceecing to the anr- port. Part 2. PKSorael- Tb be orderly officer: 12-5-45 to 1S-5-45. PO C. Larson. To oe orderly XCO. 12-5-45 to 18-5-43. CpL A. Hohnes i Artnar K. Putland, j For CO No 11 CLethbndire Socn. i Joint E Kootoiay Board Studied 531ST. sm'v foreshadowing organization of sn East Sootenay Boare of Trace to trhicn the vancrjs bosrcs in tae district would oeJong is saosri HI the Board of Traoe here ss circulating through the district as to TsriUmgness the varioas communities to join. 2ast Sootenay ooarcs have nac no district association in the past excetc tnat all belong to the Associ- atec Boards of Trade of Eastern ptisn Columoa -whicn ith Kootensvs and tne BtnmaaiT that the troops HAYES. MJEXC- 03 which PresjJent of the Engineering In- "f as. or; stitwie oi canaca, -aho be fi -Bill a visitor in the ciu ae o- .-s Deluding a camp will speak ar a dinner meeting o: i of the boys tnh' tne Lethbncge branch of the Instl- tong his OTO food, eiceot for'breae. j tote as the ilarcuis hotel at S pjsi- Potatoes and porridge cereaL The distissnished snigneer is a at in Kova Scotian and has held many acuities but the positions in Canaca. the public is the United S'aies ano the West j Indies. He is a veteran of World a Iirst, War I. He is general manager of comoer-1 the Nova and Poser __ _____as as Co of Halifax. Mr. Eaves became oSer snort competi- a member of the Engineering In- smpetiuon. which of Canada la 1920 Se has hike, -aill on the executive committee bTheld. The activities' of Hahfai. branch anc is a will end a commEndo race.} Regwtered Prof essionai o- trhtcn scmewhat similar to an Nova Scona. He was elected presi- obstacle race. All of the Scouts 1 dent of tne ectrical take oart Assooaaoa ss 1944 He is a past- H- 3. Hollows- the nrovmcial 1 nresident of the 3oa-o of commissioner for tne 3ov, Trade and of the Canadian Iran- Approsiirsately 80 per cent Tay IS. 1S45: i i. Batterv uarace on Monday, SHav 13, 1S45 at 19-45 hours Orcer- 1- officer. Cant. W. Harvey; crcer- ly sergeant. Ssrgt. W. Aldous. 2. The band will tsarsce o- Wed- nesdsr. iiay 15 at 20-00 hoars. to at the res- idence Msv Uto, Gertruoe agad 7-i vesrs, btlorai wife of WB- Taoar. Partx- runsrsl win ing a saart cotrse n art aers fromi D- T- 3 to 15 wrfa bcth outdoor and' indoor classes belEE feattrred. H. G i i i gPthi j sponsored by the Depsranens of 1 sgrTKe- TjmverEity Alberta.- f, V aryoaa titerested in raimg to SSrs. A. M. cotrrse raay apply Mbe, secrerary, at a STTBT SOIL EBO5IOX A. 3. Pairaer. cSeer in Boards meetiEg: at Grana montn on the grpunc it. I rece-ved any benefits i belonging to the associanon. i The Kimoeriev board is isscgai- ing efforts to have tae Canacian i Hailwav make UP a sleeping car CranorDOk in advance oi 1 tne westbound tram uncer schedUe effecave in June. I This will oe circulated among aast, Scout -RTll be on hand from Sdmonton for tne camp, and serve as assistant camo ehiet. F. G. Forsted. district commissioned, oe camp cmef. and will ihe oi W. O. Hoyle mnc S. D. Rooks, wno are dis- trict commissioners. William Domier or the D-stnct First Aid Commit-. tee wall oe in cnarge of aid! precautmns for camp. Scout- also be caSec. upon toj orsarnaanon of the sit Association. The" general condition of the croo descnbed as from fair to_ m the reoort. Of 58 stations j reporting, 39 no'ted the condition the crop as fair, 2S described it as j gooa, while the remaining station. Purple Springs, reported it as poor, j Selow is shown the approximate i percentage of wheat sown on_the! various subdivisions ol this divi- Xotukeu. 87; 73. i I Lomond. 63. Taber. 91; Couus. 83; I Cardston. 82: Stsrhng. 95; Altawan. 87: iladeod. Turin. 80. and Cro'sr's Nest Pass, 75. EEPOKTS OF CASH i Loss of in cash Riday in the downtown sect'on been re- Dorted to dry police by Otto Bemm. DICHLOR1C1DE PER KILLS MOTHS Jackson Draffin The Famfly Draf Store Phone 33St OBSOLETE 3IASK5 New poison gases have outdated militarv gas masks nsec in ihe Second Great "War. assist "Oress: Satiie ung as per syllabus. Caatajri Ti Jscooson. Por ifajor 1U. S. Ttircoue, chirse .____________________a here, ft Siiday evening for If. Crosse. "Wisconsin, Trhfire lie -the ness SVE or siJt-ireeis astendinz a conference coadcctec oy -the tfmt- ea Stares S33 CanservatMn Service on so2 erosion. He is czs of rst> Csasdians mnted to ihe conference the other ben? from eastern Can- the absence of Mr. DT- Sari Basntsssen Is m chargs of tse iocal oe conctiMed frcm SL. Peter Sr. Pari Chicch Trsescay. May 14th, at 10 ftTt. Interment 12. Ss. Patnci's csmeterv. Fnenos "Kiu please meet for piayers at Chnster.- sen psttsral on. ISoaaay erenisg, Sfey i3tn, as 8 o'clock. Christeriseri Sros. Icnerai direciors. -sreatoer preTEfiec In Alberta Friday arid Sai- urdsy, foUo'irfiiz Hiuisdsy mgni's ehart) frosts. Only one degree of irost TT2S recorded fa ihe cny Fn- nizht. iSansKm day -tas S degrees and iv before noon o. regiscerea. a nig.n of 67 degrees. 2fo preajTiy-rfon "CBS recorded fcexa. rtestrict -w-eataer -eras mad. Iscports received as tne C-P-H. here descrJbel conditions gsnsraHy as bsmg clear perdy clnncy. vntii lentperacnres 45 and 6S degrees. irast was rsported. FOB. BTJSES is Stan waitang for on wnan cehvery may be ex- pected, of two BnH buses orderec about 13 Ego for the unmi- dpal transit system tram tae Ca- st 55ort iiam. City Manager J. T. Watson tola The Herald today. Ann. judges by a repon; from Part i WSiiam, Leutbncge is cot alone in for bises from, tiat eora- tiany, "the report states that the eombany Srm orders and has sccented tenders valued at aootit S9.000J300 orders total al- most S7.S00.090 wMle tenders for fleets oi btises and trackless trol- leys am0ms to a'ssv at Ray- mond on Priday, May lOa, 22ae. sgsti 51 years, beloved "Kife of Theodore" 3hlen of Sayaond. >al semces vrOl be condacted the Stake. Hoose in Sayiscnd. on Mondsv, Jia- at 2 In- in the cemetery Bros, tcafiral orreciors 423 Cards Of Thanks Urs. M. Cameron of Koble- fcco, so extend ner iaartfefc ana appre- to ner many fnanos of Jfoaleford, cussnct g-rf! Monarch, lor ua ana useful gooc. Trisiies for her anc. happiness received sie laft'recsiK? oa an est-enced uonday. 354 form. Anotner resolution to be among East Koptenay. Idaho and Washnsgton boards asks Tjracon of 24-hour castoms anc nnrnisranon ssrnce at the Sings- sate-Bastport port of entry, tnrongn Banff and Jasper tourists racss pass.________ Gets "Mention" Oders for the "wees commencing May 13, 1945- Srup s Company TriQ parsae a: tae ship on Monday, Xay IS. m; 1B15 BJE of ihe day: Slues wZ. blue Irainin? as per syllabus. Coaldale Platoor. "RlU isarade ai the ship Chmoor 03. Monday, Pall-in at the comsitinity aal in Coaicale au 1S45 and proceed to Lstaoncge. Sig of the day: Bfties oloe jeiseys. as oer syj-aous. Coaldsle platoon ma parade tiie Coaldale, Thursdsv, May IS. PaS in. 1330. Eig of the Blues -Kith blue jerseys. Training as per syHaatis. Lieut. K. Pniliips, Tra_ning Officer, for Lieut H, A. Arnold, Connnanding Officer, due course. The above picture of Sgt. Spencer was taken in Pans He is the son of Mrs. Eleanor Spencer of ilagratn. BOCXTT FOR HIDES OXLY GREAT FAIsLS, Mont.. May 11 rancher brought live coyotes to tne sheriffs office here demanded a boun- tv of per hide. ShenfTs oftisers argned wnat to do. PinalSy they decided. "Bring back the hides." j they toll tae rancher. for the hides only." Windows Qeaned Stores. Offices and Homes Eeasonable Job or Contract Rates PHOXE 2569 GOLF BALLS 85c NorthLethbridge Hardware Electrolux Cleaners Service Supplies Phone 4481 1264-3rd ATC. S. Efectrolnx (Canada) Limited PIPE KEW ANT> USED Ft_ AH Sires in Stock Turner Valley Utilities' 9th. Are. and 19th. St. E., Caljary. SGT. GEORGE SPEXCEB Herald Bngraving Of Magraih, jaemoer of a pioneer of me souca cotmtry, cas aeen'advised that, ne nas received a mention in dispatcnes in recogai- j won of gallant and distingrtlsnad' service overseas. The Sling's Cernfi- cate be forsrarded to him m! Mimeographing AH Work CarefnDv J. 5. BROWN Brown's Musical Snpplies Letabridce SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invitee to meet representa- tives of our committee at the YJM.C.A. any Ti-orEdsy between the hours of 8 and 9 30 Cor comraittee bs to help you In possible. Lethbridge Rehab3itation Committee THANK YOU LETHBRIDGE Thanks to The School Civic Depart- ments The Fire Department The And all and who participat- ed in the Beautifica- tion Drive. Lethbridge Junior Chamber of Commerce Lawnmowers Sharpened Bicycle Repairs and Parts Keys Cut While Ton Wait Locks Repaired Dan's Repair Shop 320a-7th St. a. Phone 3W5 Lethbridge, Alberta FOR QUICK, DEPENDABLE SERVICE PHONE 4566 FOR A CITY TAXI HEATED CARS 24-HOUR SERVICE DAY NIGHT SERVICE All comfortably heated cars with careful drivers who think of your welfare first. WHEN YOU NEED A TAXI, PHONE DANCE-TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 13th St. anfi ?ta Are. N. COSBITIOSED Gents ................35e Ladies ................25C DANCE EVERT SATURDAY 2224 BILLS TAX; FIFTH ST. S. BILL LAZAKICK In Memonam In iovtng Jiemory of our catsgh- wno died May 11, 1S43: jier m arras, dear Lord, ever 1st her be, A messenger of love, Beuween- oar hearts and Thee. 379 of our dear ____ son, HoianG -who pass- ed away Saay II, '-Si3. Par and on, otsr thoagnta cu> -sran- cer. To a grave not, far Where tnsy laid oar aarlmg baoy Jusi taree years ago today. Bver reraembered, Motaer and Dsd. _____ 391 In lovlss riemory of my little grandson Bolana llahe, wao pass- ed away 2-say 11. 1S43- "Gone but not faregotter.." Ever rememberea by nis Grand- 332 FLEMING MOTORS Complete body and mechanical service to all makes of and tracks. Washing and Greasing a Specialty Lubricate with Quaker State and Wm. Penn oils and greases for summer driving. DISTRIBUTORS HUDSON MOTOR NORTH STAR OIL CARS PRODUCTS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA WHEN YOU WANT A TAXI PHONE >f A C ft STEVE'S AT 9 AN EASY NUMBER TO REMEMBER STEVE'S TAXI Next Door to Station RUGS CLEANED Rugs and Chesterfields Cleaned and Demothed. THKEE-DAT SERVICE WTJLTON" ECG5. per square foot.........................4c AXMINSTER AND WOOL XCGS, per square foot-----.......SC OKEESTAL KCGS, square depending on materials and confiitioii. Estimates Free. "We guarantee not to fade colcss or injure fairies. Color Brite Rug Upholstery Cleaners Free Pickup and Delivery. Phone 2569 "Belter Circulation Means Better Health" Swedish Massage ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS for backache, neuritis, arthritis, kidney trouble and inter-mnscolw pain. a McKECHNIE 215 Sherlock Bldg. Pbone 45S5 ICTOR RECORDS TJie laieet Victor we atways at la lovmg memory of oirr little grandson, wso passes away 3iay Uta. i Sweet little flower of heavenly' He was too fair to b'oom on earth. _ Ever remembered by his grar-u- i parents. 393 In loving merno-y of Jarma, who passed away May 12, 1945" Tae years may -roe out manv things, Bat this theyli out r.ever, The Eseraory of tnose happy cayc When we ware together. I I think of her in silespe, Her r.arae I oft recsC-, But taeres notaing left to answer. But her p.cture on the wall Just when ner life was ongntest, Jiist wrien ner hooes were best, God called her awav from ine. To a home of eternal rest SaoUy missed oy her loving hus- band, Joe Janna. 404 BRDWN5 RECORD CENTRE" CHRISTENSENBBOS. PHONE28O2 Alberta Musical Festival SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE These tickets admit to all sessions and may bt obtained from Mnsic Store or from members of any choir. Individual admission to the evening: sessions -will be 50c so the savinjr in a Season Ticket is pointed out. The Festival runs from May 20th to May lull days. SPKESG and Sour with Fresh Tomato DICED FILLET OF CHICKEN 1 With Burnt Almonds i FRIED FRESH SHRIMP With Chili Sauce Whv not take home Chop Saey days? DO YOU NEED NEW TIRES? We can satisfy your every need from our very large and well assorted stock, or if you cannot afford new ones let us examine your old ones, perhaps we can give them a new lease on life by rebuilding them to give you many more thousands of miles of satisfactory service. Our advice costs you nothing. J. A. JARDINES TIRE SUPPLY PHONE 3580 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA "The Modern and Best Equipped Shop in the South" DISTRIBUTORS OF DOMINION ROYAL TIRES SPLICING "A COMPLETE TIRE SERVICE" 1FWSP4PERS ;