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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY May Snow Welcome Precipitation Coven Wide Sections of Farm and Ranch Lands From three if f iachec ft snow fell throughout swtthera Alberta, Sundav nifht and Mondav as a. sadden Mar storm struck "the area. Precaution in Lethbridge up to noon. Mon- dav, as a result of the snowfall, amounted to -33 of an inch. Precipitation was welcomed by district farmers and gardeners alike as the land was very dry. Reports from points on the Ijeth- bridge railway division indicated that from two to four inches of ia the territory slippery. There is po dearth of moisture in the foothills. At High HIGH and snow on Sunday night and con- tinuing on Monday morning brought over a? if an. inch of moisbese to High River district. Trees were bowed under the snow Monday though much of it melted as it- fell This makes a total of about- three-quarters of an inch precipitation ua May and is much needed. damage in the past von. West and north of the city from three to ion: inches of snow -was measured, and conditiOES generai- Iv were similar to those in the city. Siiow'was still falling on the bridge railway The _______temperature re- in the city on Sunday was 6' degrees and the overnight mini- mum was 31. Shortly before coon on Monday thermometers register- ed s. reading of 33 degrees. East- winds were blowing at a velocity of 16 miles per hour. At Raymond quarter of an inch of moisture in ihe form snow had fallen UQ to Monday morcing. Agricultural experts say this is beneficial but not enough to Ifofr uo with the subsoil mois- ture. Is irill help beets that have been damaged slightly and -Rill sprout beet seed that had been THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAG1 SEVEN Bishop Carroll Confirms Class At St Patrick's iBEAUTIFlCATlON CAMPAIGN MEETS WTTH FINE RESPONSE ing temporary set back. "Half Inch Moisture t-ii-J waiting for moisture. It is estimat- prospects warmer wea- ed a. thousand acres of beets will have to be re-seeded in Southern Alberta as a result of the recent severe frost. Snow in Foothills FISCHER inches cf snow had fallen here up to this morning and it was still snowing. The snow was heavier south of town and side roads are ther with a high temperature of 55 degrees, tl was cloudy but clear- ing in the Red Deer region and snow that fell in the Lethbricge area was stonnmg this morning. Snow which fell in the south por- tion of the Medicine Hat- region also stopped this morning but con- tinued coo! weather was in prospect with a high of 50 degrees. Ruling Affects Tractors, Trucks Amendments to regulations under the Public Service Vehicles Act. re- EDecnng tractors, trucks and trail- ers. are contained ia a. new regu- lation of the Highway TraSic Board. published in the April 30 issue of the Alberta Gazette. Cue amendment provides thai tractors shall not be operated on anv highway in the province, dur- ing the period between one hour before sunses and one hour after sunrise, unless equipped wish two j headlamps which are to be dimmed on the approach of another vehicle, chuk. Andrew. Alta.. and Mrs. Doris Zaharv, in Ontario; five brothers, George Danluk. Cregau. Alta.; "VVU- adults were confirmed. At the o'clock Mass in the morning Bishop Carroll spoke to the active Catholic nurses of the citv who attended that, service in a body. There were 2S nurses, in uniform, present. Following Mass, a Communion breakfast for the nurses was held at St. Michael's hospital. Breakdown Of Home Seen As Threat to Society 'Jesus never looked on. a woman ss anything less than the equal of Daniufc. JUder Grover, B.C.; j a stated Rev. Gerald M. Michael Danluk, Edmonton; Steve Ward, speaking Danluk, Ontario, .and Alec Pmrtflfr. at the Sunday Prince George, B.C. Funeral services will be conduct- ed from St. Peter's and St. Paul's church Tuesday, May 14. at 1O ajn. Interment be in St. Patrick's cemetery. Friends are requested to meei for prayers at Christensea Bros, funeral home, on Monday evening. May 13, 8 o'clock. In Police Court and a red tail lamo. Between August 1 and Septem- ber 30, "Class certincates may be Issued to truck owners whose trucks have been previously reg- istered with the board during that Sscsi year. These certificates will be valid for three months from the cate of issue and will entitle the owner to transoort grain, sugar beets or sugar beet pulp for com- Densanoa during that period. The coss of the certificate will be with a S10 relund available if the certificate is returned -Bithiri a week after the expiry date and no other commodity been hauled _ for compensation during the period. License fee for rubber-tired trsc- tois, when used for towing trailers and engaged in the business of transporting goods for compensa- tion, "will be plus fee for tne trailer. "When they are used as commeTiEl vehicles, the fee will be sio. LeihbriQge residents formed tne entire docket appearing before Magistrate Ben. Metcalfe in police court Monday morning CTna7i fines were levied as each ac- cused admitted his guili. TJnlavrfuliy haviBg liquor in other than, his private residence cost "W. Eossetti a fine of 520 and 56 costs. Driving across Fifth Street S. at a point other than an intersec- tion cost Alex Henderson a fine of Clarence Krth and Martin Marchand each paid a fine of Si and S4 costs for parking_their cars in an intersection. Simuar penal- ties -were meted out to Norman A. Cuiley for failing to obey a "stop" traffic sign and to W. Bains for parking his auto in a lane. H. W. wss fined and Baptist church !n observance of Mother's Day. The Girls' choir of the church sang en masse and 'group numbers, which were much enjoyed. A large congregation was in at- tendance. The scriptural background was Proverbs wherein the ex- cellent Hebrew wife and mother is described. VToman is seen best in partnership with man. The minister 1 suggested. The combined labors of man and wife were able to ac- comDlish wonders. "Back of every preacher, re- former and prophet is a praying the minister declared going on to assert that- it will be a sad dav when society has to turn city j over the" formation of children's and lives and characters to schools anc other community organizations in- stead of relying on the home as at present. At the evening service the youth choir conducted by Miss Ella Fiad- lev sans, with the opening worship in the hands of the C.GJ.T. Th< minister told the large group pres- ent that The greatest threat to society today was the breakdown of the home. He went on to out line what qualities made up home. Along with artistry anc Obituary CHOETvLESK? Mrs. Sieve CRose) Chomlessy, 29, of Edmon- ton, died Friday in Keith sanator- ium, Calgary. The remains have been forwarded, to for funeral service and interment, -with ChrisKnsen Bros., fimeral directors in charge. Mis. Chomlesky -was bom In Sunland, Alberta, and had lived in Edmonton for three years before coming to Seith for medical treat- ment seven years ago. Prior to that she had lived in Ijethbridge. She is survived by her husband, Steve, Edmonton; t-wo sons, Orest, Lsthbridge, and Robert, Edmonton; four sisters, airs. A. Vaselenak, Lethbridge; Mrs. Frederick Konwn- chuk, Lethbridge; Mrs. Alec Tkat- S2 costs for failing to have a driver's license, the motorist explaining that he had been unable to secure the license at the license bureau dur- ing p's lunch hour or after tvork in spite of a number of attempts. Frank E. "Walker TOS permitted to leave -with a. training after ad- j mittiag he operated an unregis- tered motor vehicle and explaining that at the time he -Rras giving the auto a. test trial before purchasing it. At the Theatres Cornplete shows: "Pardon llv "Firebrands of "Men in Her CYCLIST Duane Oliver of Iron Springs. 12, is a patient in St. Michaels hos- pital with a fractured clavicle sus- tained in a, fall from a. bicycle, be- ing admitted to the hospital Sun- day night. SLOW PROCESS Geologists say coal has been in the making for perhaps years. Searchlights Kept Watch on Food Depots Overseas "With ihe world spotlight on food, it is now revealed by Royal Cana- dian Array Service Corps headquart- ers at Oldenburg airport that the searchlights which illuminated Oi- denburg's winter nights were keep- ing watch not only on food for Canada's occupation forces, but also on food depots established by a specially organized composite food platoon to assist U.X.R.RA. in f eed- __ ___ ____ ing approximately displaced the projects that have been spon- j persons and ex-prisoners of war in Hi Addresses Pensioners Group The local Old Age Pensions So- ciety met recently in the Y-M-C.A., when members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce were guests. An interesting film was shown on South America, and Pres. Cteve Hill gave a talk on the work of the unior Chamber of Commerce. Starting with the origin of the movement and tracing through to local branch, Mr. Hiil told of sored by that bodv in this city tating that in the aim committee -0 shows have been given to ap- proximately 20.000 people. Some- thing of the plans for the future concerning the tourist trade and courtesy education was outlined. Jeartv applause was given and a vote of thanks extended to Mr. Hill [or coming to speak to us. Two young artists also contribut- ed to the splendid program. Doreen and Bennv Hughes gave two num- bers each'which were well received and accorded hearty applause from packed house. A letter from the national sec- retary W. J. Hope, gave the names of the members who had spoken in support of the pensions resolution in" the past session at Ottawa. En- quiries were also received from ad- jacent communities regarding this mn northwest Germany. Last Sepieaiber, following numer- ous complaints about the feeding of displaced persons, the experience gained by Use R.C-A.S.C. in six years of war was called on to as- sist TJ.N.RJl-A- ia clearing up diffi- culties which resulted from U lack of staff and their in- experience. Food lorries were being robbed in transit from food depots to camps, and certain supplies of high black market value were not reaching the D.P. camps. Composite Platoon A composite food platoon of company. R.C-A-S.C.. was set up un- der command of Capt. Gale Jaryis of Vancouver, who. with the assis- tance of S-Sgt. Gerry Dulac of I Quebec. Sgt. Ken Ijiuze of Ottawa, and Sgt. John Macdougal of Kirk- J. It TUDIIOFE In the city over the week-end. J. H. Ttidhope, general manager of operations of Trans-Canada Air- hnes. and a former squadron leader Telegraph And Telephone Staff Cope With Heavy Mother's Day Traffic I Mother's caHs OR zonezl JiuaUr. to fcep; telegraph afld telephone stalls j fact, greater taaa that MUiCied.aBL Sbusv in toe city as local residentsjMother's Day last year. Beouxe gos'in touch -with parents ores11 of condition of tiae she continent. jurfres, delays of from tfcree io The telegraph office reported sours tjnaTOtdaole oa general Increase of domestic bssei-; going to British. Coiusibia, eastern ness over last -rear, but overseas Canada, and beyond in traffic was much lower, due to the the United States. As a reaut of fact that so many of the local ser- vice personnel have EOT been re- pa triated. At the local telephone office business greatly orer Pioneer Church Workers Praised _______________ these usaToidable fifty calls irere cascelied. the directors. Mr. Paying tnouie to the pioneers and church workers down through the historv of St. Augustus's parish I in Lethbndge. the present rector. I Rev L_ Grant combined the agreed Osmond Jubilee of the parish with Mother's Day observance a; the of honorary vice- service. A large packed the church for No Change In Car Distribution the Issue of pskaliy certificates for the purchase of aew automobiles until ;ftg begirmiE? of uext d-cnih will maico no chasge in distribution cf cars, according to local automobile dealers, bus is help bring a balance the number of prioricies isssssd the supply of cars availaale. Dealers explained shas, consider- ably more priorities for se-sr ears have been issued than the president on the club organization and a splendid con- tribution was received with thanks from the Manyberries W.I. The members stood in two min- utes silence in respect to the secre- tarv of the Taber local, the late Thos. King. Visitors were present from Nobleford and rernie, B.C. Ten new members were received and nine subscriptions taken for "The Pensioner." j Plans were formulated for hold- ing an organization meeting on the north side in the Miners' Hall to link up with the south side pension- ers' organization. Friday, Mav 17, being date of the first meeting. After the meeting lunch was serv- ed and a social half hour enjoyed. devised a t a of food distribution and concentrat- ed it in two sub-depots, one in Oldenburg and the other in Leer. The platoon was given sole juris- diction over the distribution of food supplies to DJ.'s and in this section of Germany. An armed Canadian soldier su- pervised the loading of food on de- livery trucks and accompanied each load'from the sub-depot to the D.P. camo. where he delivered it to the camp' commandant. Besides being completely responsible for the size and delivery of the load, the Cana- dian soldier was empowered to check on the ultimate destination of the food in the camp, to see that none went astray. _ the department of transport laying out the main line of T.C.A. Mr. Tudhope returned to Ms Winnipeg headquarters Sunday night. More Airmen Homeward Bound Ten more Southern Alberta air- men who served in Europe with the Roval Canadian Air Force are now returning home and are expected to dock at Halifax todav. Monday, on I'-e de France. They are: LAC E J. Firth. 521 15th Street South, Lethbridge; LAC. F. Flaig of Medicine Hat: CpL J. E. Judd of Magrath; LAC. J. R. Pratt cf Medicine Hat; LAC. H. Redford of Cardston. LAC. E- G. Riehl of Nobleford; LAC "R. Schroder of Walsh; LAC. E. W. ThomhiU of 633 12th Street South. Lethbridge; LAC. j s. Veres of Wrenttiam: LAC. C. B. Watson of 293 Seventh Avenue South, Lethbridge. culture the attributes of a true I home were the spirit of sincere" love, the atmosphere of sincerity and the presence of God. The fellowship hour after the service was sponsored by the men of the congregation with Norman Tumbull in charge. IT BURNS TOO Coal is a source of vitamins, sulfa drugs, rubber, fertilizers, paints, in- secticides and disinfectants. PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all makes of washers and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES SERVICE 317-8th St. S. Alf Calhoun Eruce Durfec DANCE TONIGHT EAGLES SCRE ;N s DOOF North Lethbridge Hardware ROYAL TYPEWRITERS The world's No. 1 Typewriter Is available again. Many sensational features. Standard machines S165.00. Commercial Printers and Office 326-7th St. S. Outfitters Ltd. "Typewriter Sales and Service" Phone 2999 Windows Cleaned Stores, Offices and Homes Reasonable Job or Contract Rates PHONE 2569 Last complete at "Three Men in "Rustlers the News, MAILORDERS BIG OR SMALL Receive prompt, careful atten- tion. with confidence to MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331-5th St. S. 4H-13th St. N. Phone 2205. Phone 3445 SERVICE nrnonuri FLIXOUilLL And Their Wives Are Invited to rceet representa- tives of our committee at the Y-ilXXA. any Thursday between the hours of 3 and p.m. Our committee mil be glad to you in any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Subject "Christian Science: The Revelation of the Omnipotence of Good." Lecturer Herbert W. Beck, C.S.B., of San Fran- cisco, California, member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The-First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. Church Edifice, 4th Avenue and 12th Street South. Time May 17 at p.m. Tnder the anspices of First Cbnrch of Christ, Scientist, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED RUGS CLEANED Rugs and Chesterfields Cleaned and Demothed. THREE-DAY SERVICE WILTON RUGS, per square foot 46 AXMINSTER AND WOOL KCGS, per square foot-----.......5c ORIENTAL RUGS, per square foot 8C depending on materials and condition. Estimates Free. We guarantee not to fade colors or injure fabrics. Color Brite Rug Upholstery Cleaners Free Pickup and Delivery. rncne 2o Open Convention For all supporters of Progressive Conservative Ideals Election of Resolutions, etc., applicable to the Lethbridge Federal Riding RUPERT RAMSAY Former Dean of Agriculture. University of Saskatchewan will address the meeting: MARQUIS HOTEL Wednesday, May 22, 1946, 4.00 p.m. Lethbridge Federal Progressive Conservative Association Supina Store News PHONES 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER 3456 FREE DELIVERY Furniture Costs are your insurance. Bowman Agency Insurance, Real Estate, Rentals BABY FOOD, Heinz. 6 for ROLLED OATS, Robin Hood, cup and saucer MATCHES, Owi. Per pkg...................... 49c 28c ROMAN MEAL. Per pkg........................... WASHING SODA. 2 pkgs. for CHOCOLATE FLAVORED SYRUP............ 30c Jantigen DISSOLVED ORAL VACCINE FOR RHEUMATIC DISORDERS MD NEURITIS (See Page 8) him from a sinner to a saint. Referring to the 60ih birthday of St. Augustus's church. Mr. Grant spoke of the wide contrast between the present day parish, as comnared to the little group that gathered for worship here 60 years ago to a portion of a saloon. He made special mention of the tsro former rectors. Rev. P. C. Wade of North Vancouver and the Very Rev. Dean C. Swansea of Vancouver, both of whom were invited to be present for the jubilee celebrations buc were unable to do so. be immediately SHed. Applications for new cars may still be made ibis month !zi the reg- ular manner SKI; no priority certi- ficates will be issued uniil sesz month. Moss of the priorities issued here for new cars were granted in cases where autos were needed for busi- ness reasons, of ten to help re-estab- lish veterans recalling cars in -sheir work and also to replace cars used by business Srms- HOSPITAt, PATIENT As a result, of severe injuries sus-1 tained ia a motorcycle accident.! Samuel Tolsdorf of Travels is re-; ceiving treatment in St. Michael's hospital. International ENGINE A complete used motor oat of a 1941 KS6 LH.C. truck. An ideal engine nor a power plant or to replace another truck engine. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers JUST A FEW "PRESTO" PRESSURE COOKERS Morris Barrett HARDWARE Valves of properties, household effects, etc, haTe in- creased considerably. We recom- mend that you review the amount of insurance yon are GBxryinf.. Be Wise-Insure With GUARANTEED VULCANIZING All sizes of Tires and Belt Splicing Trimbles for Tires 316 Eleventh St. S. Phone 2M? sn- VM Hilt far CIAL iatradHc- tvry inscription wMtat 30 1U. S. funds) for YOUR How to tote nrtj our cf vsur breekfesr i lo mcke your whcr cdcr to for your living room just c of the i new idecs daily on Rre Woman's of THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR helpful in this ooily newspaper for the home Ihcr gives you newi interpreted to Iropcct on you and your family. I The Science Publishing Soaety j One, Norwjty Bostorv 15, .McsscchuwfS a soecor iRtroducfory njticrict-on. i The Christian Science weeks ISO issues) for 5J SVreet_ Ory_ Sewtee ptstnts a Mrtuf fet anfaUt its Ucai Office. MEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Salesman (Commission) Auto Mechanics Tailors Coal Miners Farm Couples Cooks Welders Carpenters Shoemaker Electricians Construction Laborers Steam Esgineers Wanted Elsewhere Cooks Coal Miners Auto Mechanics Saddle Maker Plumbers Welders Tinsmith Musicians Instructors for Vocational Training Baker WOMEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Experienced Stenographers Dayworkers Maids (Country and city) Waitresses (country and city) Chambermaid? (country) Housekeepers for Farm Hotel Kitchen Help 2nd Cook for Hotel Cooks for Farm Hospital Help Seamstresses Factory Workers Laundry Workers Mite Ml if tfe Ucal met tf RaftMul Service. K is then strve aid tktst jwr Ct DOMINION LABOII DEPARTMENT Humphrey Mitchell MINISTER OF LABOUR A, MacNamara DEPUTY MINISTER NEWSPAPER! SPAPERl ;