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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1946 Moore, district tragic manager for TC.A. ia CaJgarv for five jears. liontresl lefs thai city at the weekend for) Toronto Octa-sra where he has been appointed! 'Winnipeg traffic manager, j Vancouver GETS B.C. rOST >t j Alberta seobaist and petroleum en- Lethbridge gineer. has been appointed petro-f Canary End ssraral eas Drumheller lor British Col'rnbia. He has been a. private consultant for various Al- berta companies for the last 15 vears. and" in that time die seme for the B.C. government. Edmonton Regma synopsis 3 forecasts issued at II 61 55 4S 46 60 5S 49 40 45 48 53 45 43 34 32 47 4O 29 31 23 JOINS McCKEADVS STAFF Arthur H. Warr. Lethtsndge who rt- cen-ly vvas dischargee iiie array after" service dating frota the out- break: of is-s- in 1SS9. has joined the star! of ilcCreacv's. Iocs! cjrug- gisi. The oSicer ii a graduate of the of Alberta :n phsrni- acy and was employee here .01 .12" druggist prior to 301 .10 ng the army. RETCKXIXG TO CANADA IC.-COL ceX. Watson. MANUFACTUKEKS' MEETTXG Tre annual meeting of the prairis Association, was heZd as the Bess- boroush hotel. Saskatoon. May 10. Premier T. C. Douglas of Saskat- j che-srasi the guest speaker at j the banquet, his subject be- i ing "The Future of in the Prairie Provinces." is unit. Cson arrival at Halifax irom feather night Spike Jones and the City Slickers Coming province of Alberta to spend a earned leave with rr.othsr. Mrs. HOSPITAI, DAT Directors and of St. Mich- ael's hospital be at home Wec- afternoon from 2 to 4 to the of Lethoncge to mark the 'sarr of the birth of Florence Kightingale. Especially will the staff be st home to the babies bom in the hospital in 1S45. and st gii babies nave been reg- istered VjH participate in a draw for a S50 prize. SOW Ef EXGtAXD W. C. Sana of Haysionc. lef s soaa time sgo to do mssionsrr trori for the ItlXS. Church in Sng- fcas beeri stationed ia Bristol and is enjoying his labors. An en- thusiastic musician, Mr. Sione fc his native Wales recently he -sras thrilled by s TS'-? voice choir of 100 Toices. He likes England bat "Sngland is re- lerrisg to serious food shortages. Peter Makes a Promise A promise is a. pledge. Who lose his honor if he breais it ilothgr then come to Synopsis SynDrsis a: a-m., May 14: __ Cloucy are reported over jjg-x, Watson Banff. 41be.-a "and moss of Saskatchewan; this morrnns the Peace River j LETTER BEAKS PHOTO district :s mcstlv clear. Scattered} A Iittie girl in Glynn ViUage. near rain and snow shcivers have occ-jr- j Belfast. has i-ntten to red throughout the foothill in j princess Morning Star. Joan Res- Alberta and also in the serti. of enclosing gifts Llovdminster area. 1 to the little Blood Indian princess. Scattered ram showers are ex- j princess Morning Star wanted to Decked in western Alberta this eve-; srite a "thank you" letter to the tnth temperarcres a Uttle' Irish gsrl but the latter failed to i >ti 'iie i include her las; name. Not to be i i thwarted. Princess Morning Star i ti-rote her reply, put it in the enve- m it as mucn 01 tne available and r-esday f Peace River area. 50. Medicine Hat- termittenE rain tonight; cloudy Wednesday; net much change in Light ctnds; becom- ing "northwest, 10 miles per hour Wednesday. Ixrar Wednesday 50. tonight 32. High Announcements DH. D. A. R.YLAXDS DKNTI3T Phone Ota; listed in 1784 Deaths Peter Babbit wanted io stop his MTS but couldn't. He was receiv- ing a scolding- that isaee those ears of his ring. EOS have minded, so much had he coi that he deserved it. To be scolded by strangers _ is un- especially old friends, is Ths two angrr aer- soas in brown coats and saeckled wafetcoaa: scolding Peter were old Arieses. They were Mr. and ilrs. Hermit Thrush. On the ground right in frost of Peter was a neat nest. Is was like away at Edmonton. May 11. William, aged Tears, beloved husband of Podborski of 18-23-Sth Ave. A X. Puneral services will be conducted frcra St. Patrick's Cnurch Thursday, Msv 16th sz p.m. Chnstensen Bros, funeral directors. 503 't. Princess Morning Star has re- ceived a deluge of over 3.000 letters from the Old Country since Fe'o- mary. brisht eves looked straight into -Of course, I won't. I promise, replied Peter aromptly. "And croznise that you will keep awav frori here yourself lest sorue- follow you "and so finds our Eest." saic "I said Peter sgain. tCopyright, 1345. by T. "W. Burgess) Meets Coming to town for an engagement at the Lethbridge Arena on Tuesday, May 21, is the first of a series of American name bands. On that date Spike Jones and his orchestra with the City SUckers will play a one-night stand sponsored by I.O.D.E. chapter of the city. Dancing will be from 9 pjn. to 1 and city and district dance enthusiasts are expected to pack the hall for rhis outstanding event. Linder Makes Gene Autry, Singing Cowboy Star Of Screen, Coming Here For Rodeo away at Hay- y 12th ilary Jane, aged vears of Alix, Alberta. The remains win be forwarded to Calgary for funersl services P-JH intencent.. ChristHJsen Bros, funeral directors. 502 In Memoriam a cup mace of moss, sticks, leaves gr-r with othgr zsateial lined with browa pine needles. Iri it were] four grssnish-biES eggs. The won- j cer was that he had cot stepped] oa them, or rather on Mrs. sermii; who had been sitting or: would have had she not flown up la his very face, startling him so that he had jumped back a little. don't you look where you are going, Peter Babbit? What are you over here for any way? You "don't belong here. "Why don't vou In the Old Briar-T3atch, yon do belong. "What do you mean by wandering about looking HD !n the trees instead" of watching .your sputtered Mrs. Egmit, wBile Hermit's tongue was scoldirisr just as fast. T didn't mean to fnghtes. said Peter lamely. "Bidn'; arean to never yet tnenc- ed a broken retorted Mrs. Hermit tartly. "The fact is 1 was loosing for you. I mean I was looking for your Peter explained. Tri loving memory of Bavid Pick- ering, who passed'away May 15th, 1943. Ever remembered by his wife, DoTotiiv and his sons Sfeurice and Marvin. 457 Meetings The Loyal Order of Moose No. 792, will hold their rseular meeting Tuesday, Mar 14th in the Cansaiaa Legion'Hail at 8 sharp. All brothers are asked io attend. Meeting of the Bakery, ifacsroni and Confectionery 'vTorkers will be held Tuesday evening, ilay 14th at 8 tun. in the Trades and Labor HaiL asked Hermit sharnlv. welL you see t just "now where it was." Obituary The next story: "Peter Teeter's Cousin." Beets Need Rain Now Says Wood "The beet industry in this re- gion never entered a, season un- der less favorable conditions than this said T. George Wood, general manager of Ca- nadian Sugar Factories, Ltd., on Tucsdav. Drought, wind and frost hive been serious adverse factors in beet fields and while the recent moisture, said Mr. Wood, has been helpfal, naif an inch of rain at least is need- ed now. The moisture from the snow faHed io connect up with the subsoil reserve. Holland Due Here Wednesday Tenderfoot goldseeker. Herbert Holland of Los "who assigned bv a Los Angeles radio show to fly to the ae-w Salmita goldSeld near TeBowknife and bring back a piece of gold-bearing rock, is due to arrive ia Lethbridge from. Edmonton. Wednesday evening by T.C.A. The former TfJS. service- mail in the Pacific got his gold and is now headed for Los Angeles to rTaim his Sl.OOO prize. In Police Court coal miner here J for almost 20 -rears, William Pod- borski of 1823-8th Avenue A Xorth, died ia the university Hospital. Ed- j mcnton at the age of 44. following I a two vears illness. He a native of Aiatria. He is mourned by his! liquor and traffic offences WOK Gene A-jtry, top-natch singing cowboy star in the Hollywood iilm snd radio world, will be in the city in person for the Lethbridge Stam- pede which opens July 4. Con- firmation of his personal appear- ance here Thursday and Friday. July 4 and o, was mace in a long distance call this, Tuesday, mom- ing between Herman. Linder. local stampede manager, and Autry is in" Toronto a; present. Herman and Gene are old friends in the roceo world having met seven years ago at Madison Square Gar- den in Xew York when Lincer was judging the rodeo there. This friendshia is responsible for the great singing cowboy's ap- arance in Lethbridge. Ii will be Autrr's first trip into western Can- ada and he will arrive here by Western Air lines as noon on July 4. Autry Is distinctly rodeo minded and owns an ourfis of his own with, ranches at Dublin, Texas; Florence. and Gene Autry, Oklahoma. In connection with the latter town, it is interesting fact; that It :s the town -where this star cowboy was born and in his honor a big celebration was held s. few years ago changing the name of the Oklahoma town to "Gene Autry." British Golfers Can't Visit Canada GEXE ATTTKT Colborn Coming Also arriving here for the stam- pede will be Everett Cplbom, direc- tor of rodeo at Madison Square Gardens, New Tors, who will motor to the city from. California. He is manager of the Actry and associates rodeo and will join the film star in Lethbridge on the opening day of the stampede here. Calgary stampede officials were also anxious to" secure Autry for fftf- stampede there but It WES not possible "as the Hollywood cowboy frp-f to leave here the Saturday for a radio appointment ia, Cali- fornia at the weeSc-end- Man "Old" at 50 How Feels Normally Peppy, Younger Do yoctsU worsens. Baseball Guild Seeks Recruits CLEVELAND. May The American, Baseball Guild, which is attempting to organize professiona tslavers. sought Monday to enrol some of the Cleveland Indians, sev- eral Tribesmen reported. The ulayers said they receirea letters carrying the name of Roper Murahv. designated as the Guild' labor relations director with head quarters in Boston. The rwo-page letters set forth, an eight-Doint'prograra to improve, pav and working conditions of players and set a dues scale ranging from! 50 cents weeklv for those receiving 'ess than a vear to S1.50 week- j ly for tnose paid over annu- allv. The letters promised to keep secret the names of nlavers joining the Guild. Those receiving the letters areierred anonymity declined give their oerscnal views, but one Tribesman said: -Some of tne boys will join, all right." Newsoauer men wrote more than 500.000'words daily on the United Nations Security Council meeting in New York. Heading West lie De France Brings More South Alberta Repats To Canada Nearly 50 South Algerians trhoW. Harty of High River. Cfn. A. jxri ved in Europe with the Canadian j Hendricksoa of Foremost, Gnr. armv returned to Canada aboard J. Hunt of Medicine Hat. Sgt, S. the "lie de France Monday night j T. Johacson of Ciaresnolas, cpL ix. are now en route to their j EL Johnson of YauxhalL iiomes from HaMax by special j pte o. F. Kennedy of Leiabriege, trains. They are expected to reach j L-CpL B. Ijee of Raymond, this area late in the week. j A. of Spring Coulee, Among the repats coming to tais j Gnr. F. Lorentzson of Lethbridge, area are two women. Lt. M. La-1 Spr. J. Miskulin of Lethbriose. Spr. ronche of Frank and P'.e. Bland, j N. Miskulin of Lethbridge, Gar. A. South Albena men who retiirned Meier of Medicine Hat. the He de France are: Pte. D. E. Miller of Claresholni, Pie. M. E. Miller of Claieshoim, Pte. G. W. Milley of Macleod. Gnr. W. H. Xugis of Lethbridge. Sgt. E. Price of Bellevue, Pte. U F- Payne of Cardston. Sgt. A. W. Passey of Magrath, Gnr. F. E. Roboch of Frank. Sgc. H. L. Rogers of Milk River. Pte X. Renvk of Bellevue. Pte. D- M. Shannon of Macleod, Pte. M. Stepanic of Bamwell. L-CpL A. Capt. J. McC. Church of Mac- leod. L4. Lv Fourmer of Pineher Creek. Capt- S. Herchmer of Femie, Spr. W. E. Bird of Piacher Creek. Pie. A. Carter of Red- cliff. Gsr. J. A. Caruso of Mac- lecd. Bdr. A. it. Casey of High River. L-CpL S. O. Duthie of Xanton. Cpl. J- T. Donaldson of Medicine Hat. Cfn. J. Giesbrecht of Coaldale, Cpt R. E. Galvm of Burdett, Pie. J. Gaetz of Lethbridge, Sgt. D. A. Gaudette of Xobleford, Gar. J. J. J. Godefrosd of Blainaore. Pte. G. J. Haibeck of Lethbridge, Pie. G. W. Hope of Redcliff, Pte. K. Humaiel of Medicine Hat. Spr. O. Haan of Medicine Hat, LOS believed through with racing after she frac- tured a cannon bone shortly before the Hollywood Gold Cup race last year, is back in training today and may return, to the com- petition this summer. Streifel of Medicine Hat. L-CpL W. Yoth of Coaldale. Tpr. K. W. Witts of Milk River, Rfmn. L. Wright of Pte. A. M. Wiiiass of Coaldale. MORE DEPENDENTS ABKH'E- AT HALIFAX MT dependents of Cana- dian Navy. Army and Air Force personnel scheduled for Lethbridge and district who arrived in Halifax aboard the He De France on Mondav. May 13, include the following: Mrs. A. Nemeth, Ravmond; Mrs. B. O. Beas- ley, 412 9th St. S.. L-eth- bridge: Mrs. si it Bulus, 1407 7th Ave. S., Lethbridge; Mrs. X. HoSortli. Foremost; Mrs. E. M. Thomson. Medi- cine Hat: Mrs. J. T. H. For- tunaso, Bellevue. DANDRUFF Can Be Relieved If You Use HARRIS HAIR TONIC S OZ.5JL25 Guaranteed or your money refunded. Jackson Draffin The Family Drus Store Phone 33S1 JVo Appetite For Days? YOU NEED MORE LIVER BILE wife three I the time of Magistrate Ben Met- cit Trantec to Snow where it was.' said Peter. T. didn't faiow you __. mace your Test on tne grouna, Tjosie and Eleanor, all at. calfe Tuesday morning IE city he added. honie-'and one son, Jerrr. police court, with four fines and for no reason as all mil will be held on 1 additional costs being imposed, cariosity you give me a fright ana j moraine at from i Truman Oliver Marquardson, nearly rein cur nome." saic airs, j Sr mTennera Stirling, on a charge of mtoxica- tion was fined S20 and costs. Christensen Bros, funeral direc- tors, are in charge of arrangsmetits. ESmfit. -Stew-tiOL sputtering.} "If I iad known you make your cemei.-... ness on the ground I would have May Cabled R. C. T. Hoe. secretary of the British Professional Golfers" As- sociation, said todav no British pro- fessional will be able to visit Can- ada for an exhibition, match at Montreal June 25. The British open starts July I and! our players need at least a few j weeks' nracticg here before said drier. Roe. Tve cabled to say ii is imnossible for anv of them to go." He added that Dick Burton, Brit- ish open champion, who will visit the United States for a match against Bvron Kelson, will return to Britain well in advance of the British open. The Invitation for British golfers i to visit Canada for an exhibition match was extended May 3 by cials of the Montreal BeaconsSeld j Club, where the Canadian open will i be held. Stood snraT wossez SO. CO, tcroS 33c: Try Ostrti Tabai! io vEalltr. sonrsolr v For Bate sxA fires been more careful." said "i incac I looMn? for your Peter explained. Mary Jane Grif- fin, formerly of Alls, Alberta, cied _._ J. Letroy, Calgary, for unlaw- full- parking a motor vehicle with- in the city limits paid SI fine with S4 costs. For unlawfully having liquor ta his possession. Stanley Burnett _r t-hc. a-B of SO vears I1IS posoeosian. otiiiiicj DtuiictL a i Koenen of Lethbridge, was fined i__; 1 S20 and S6 costs. Bailyney, Ont_, ar.d had several sons livicg in Alberta. Arrangements are in charge of Christensen Brca, funeral directors, and the remains wal be forwarded to Calgary for funeral and inter- ment. ever of Hermit crossly. "Your cousirs cuild in trees. Anywav, Melody the VVCOG Thrusa S6 costs- Adrian Cattoni received a of and S4 costs for driving at an unreasonable rate of speed with- in the city limits. DTIXG IJKE EATS EAI3FAX, ?.lay food situation in Germany was so acute that the people were "dying lilse Lt.-Coi. A, N. Burgess, Saint does. So I supposed that all mem- John. said Monday when he bers of the famiiT do the same thing. you always build on the said Peter. __ "As a spoke up Mrs. .tier- j mit. "We have had a r.est in a i tree, low down just a little above the ground, bus we prefer to the J ground, con't we i Hermit noccec. "If you say so 8 arrived here Prance. on the liner lie De DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA TUNE UP for Spring And Enjoy Your Motoring: ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 1M McFAKLAND BLDG. 25SC. Lethbridje SciMKt says fittt daily, ft' mtmr joKlim mi jet needed We ftna frah-z-lho. CmWi's Ivfot lint taUeU. fna fiiiti aad fcok. We Specialize it Tune-up Engine Brake Relining Lubrication Simonizing Seventy-Seven Service Station 320-9th Street South Phone 2823 CEDAR SHINGLES Hand-split Cedar (Shakes) -Shingles. 18" long-, edge grain. They make an. attractive rustic appearance for walls and roofs. Price, per bundle ATLAS LUMBER COMPANY LTD. 1602 3rd Ave. South SPORT NOTES IX3NDOX. A book on chess j published in 1474 and reputed, to be the second volume printed in the English language brought at a Soatheby's auction Monday. "The Game and Playe of Chesse" by Jacsobus ae Cesso- lis, translated by once formed a portion of the library of JLord Cunliffe. Mathew (Mac) Colvilie, he of Kational Hocfeey Ijeasne fame, is taking the plunge into matrimony. It was disclosed Monday that the starry New York Ranger forward will be married here this evening to Miss Edith Roves of Edmonton. Repairs to AD Makes of Appliances SPECIALISTS IN BEATTY HOME APPLIANCES AU -work done by factory trained mechanics. We can also get you parts for almost any make of machine within a reasonable time. Prompt and efficient service guaranteed. WASHER SALES AD SERVICE OFFICIAL BEATTT AGEXT PHONE 4051 409 FU'XU ST. S. "3ut you -wooM have lookec for____________ __ It jasi the same, lookec for some- 0; course we cc." said he. "HOT: thing -which Is no ccncem what- cad vou know where to look for _.----------------------------------------------------------------------- .._ PHONE 3561 aAf OR NIGHT CHAPEL PHONE 28O2 Sus. Peter? "I VCFJ sinsing and fol- lowed the sound of your lovely replied Peter. "He has eot z. lovelv yoice. hasn't Mrs. Hermit as she somewhat fussily her- self on the four blue egss in the' i nest. i "The loveliest ta the Green Forest." ceclarec Peter. She nod- ded in asreerner.t. "I fir.g rear the r.est, yet you foar.d protested Eer- niit. "Accicer.t. Pure acc-.qer.t. He was just war.tierir.g about arc stumbled on said Mrs Hermit, and Peter noccec ir. EKreemerit. "But sorcie or.e else iwsht co the same thins, I thir.k I will GO my singin? farther deciarec; Hermit. "But sot too far." begged Airs Hermit. "You kr.ow how I love to have you ring to me. there are some lovely tones I canr.ot hear unless you are r.c-ar. mv dear. Peter Rabbit, you won't tell any- one, not even Mrs. Peter, where our home is will She turned to Peter as she said, this and her TIRE SERVICE Our complete tire service expert tire men can locate any trouble and do an A-l repair job. A slight cut caught in time will save you time and money. Drive in today for a check-up. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS 301-307 I3th Street N. Phone 4368 NEW ISSUE OF TELEPHONE DIRECTORY The next issue of the Telephone Directory will be published in July, 1946, and copy closes for press on MAY 15. 1S46 To assure insertion in the next issue, all desired changes of present sen-ice or listings, additional ser- vice or listings, bold type listings, display advertising, etc.. must be arranged for by above date. IN THE ABSENCE OF INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CONTRARY PRESENT LISTINGS WIKL BE ASSUMED TO BE CORRECT. For Advertising Rates apply Directory Department Alberta Government Telephones CALGARY OR THE LOCAL BUSINESS OFFICE FORD OPEN EACH EVENING TILL 10.30 P.M. MAY 12-MAY IS SUNDAY SATURDAY GAS-OIL and TIRE SERVICE This schedule is part of Dealers and Service Stations policy to give adequate evening service PYRAMID MOTOR SALES, LTD, FORD-MONARCH Fifth Street and Fifth Avenue S. NEWSPAPER! .'SPAPERf ;