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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD .TUKDAY, MAY 18. 1945 Saddle Club has fceM rsro very successful Sjuatauon Eides rscenti'v ana all tnose at- tending are enthusistic. However. tSTPdiEig: instructor woiild like to see manv more riders turn out Sun- day afie'moen. May :9th. at 2 p-zn. Jiere members are wantec. OTHEK AREAS HAVE WOKKIES Southern Alberta may have a dry eesson but otter areas also have their worries. Stiff frosts m On- tario, it is reared, will cut down the f-tnt crop there. Plum, peach and cherry blossoms were caught ir- the '2 degrees cf frost recorded. Phil on hts reium from Utah. tells of heavy mrcacs oy frost on the Utah fruit crop, also losses have been heavy. Weather Montreal Toronto Wisaipes Brandon Moose Jaw Saskatoon Prince Albert Swiit Current Medicine Hat Lethbridse Calgary Edmonton Vancouver Victoria snd 63 60 53 5S 62 62 60 67 69 6S 60 65 63 official J30 4S 45 41 33 37 33 33 33 34 39 34 3S 39 43 43 forecast Coasi-to-Coast by Car Gl'LF IN FISCHER FIELD Gulf Research Development j is returning to the Pincher Creek Seld and has taken up a large oil reservation of lands lying south of Pincher Creek and Luncbreck and iextencung scutfc. to VTawrton Park. It is in the general vicinity of the scene of the, Dioneer drilling done heck in 1P06 and 1907. the Quaich well in the foothills is .01! about reaev to spud, and the No. C .27! imperial iell on the Lethhncgej .011 structure is to foe abandoned si-1 i though it had shows of oil. j TO 1 Announcemen ts at Mav 13 bv the! -V.C- BeSlinlvn nublic weather office at Edmonton" valid until midnight Sunday. Svnopsis Synopsis at a.m. Saturday: Skies are cloudy over Alberta anc Saskatchewan this morning -aith lis-t ram resorted in Lethbncge, Medicine Hat and Swtft Current re- gions. Skies will clear over tne MONTANA MEAT COUNTESS BAKE Montana is in the cattle country but the batcher shops in that sta-2 are about bare so far as cuts of beef art concerned. The short- ege of beef is the worst it has been in Great Falls. is reported River district an tv meat dealers. The same is true with w.celv scat: of Helena where one slaughter'. ets afiemoon. Tempera house haci been handling 75 beeves ccld today t. week. The quota has been cut to 25 a week. In 3-jtte the beef shortage is called "serious." _ No improvement is seen until market- Iris of erass cattle begins Aug. 1- Fork is also away short. DR. D. A. H.YLANOS DENTIST Phone 2497. (Not vet listed in ITS Photo: Herald Engraving. BRIG. MACFAKLAXE AND K. MMGU.VAKY Cow, Calf Killed By Grizzlies Grizzly bears are becoming a menace in the foothills. Clifton C. Cross, owner of the BuckJaom Guest Ranch 20 miles west of Puncher Creek, reported a cow and yearling calf wre mauled to death early this week by grizzlies which attacked a herd within 300 yards of the ranch buildings. The ranger of the district has been informed and traps will be set. About four years ago Mr. Cross lost 16 head of cattle by bears. Sundav as skiss clear from west tonight and Sunday. Forecast accommodation for tourists member of the Board of Lecture- the false, ana let our living re- i shia cf the Mother Church, The; fleet God's glory. i Fsrst Church of Christ, Scientist, Turned To Bible in Bos'on. Mr Beck was. mtro- I "Mary Baker Eddy, the Discover- duced bv Mrs. Alice G. Robinson Ser and Founder of Christian Sci- membe- "of First Church of ence. realized the omnipotence of of this city under whose} good. She was a deeply religious ausoices the lecture "was given. woman, and when she was lying The lecturer spoke suhstantiaUv! at the portals of death, the Bible as follows: 1 was ttes book to which she natsir- "Good is divine Lave, infinite' ally turned, for comfort. Heading good." the lecturer declared in it "Jntli an exalted expectancy, she received her healing from an in- jury. This healing uras a miracle to "her friends, but the revealed power responsible for tne healing was to Mrs. Eddy a discovery vrhicS h-sg since placed her in the fore- front of the emancipators of man- kind. "Mrs. Eddy placed prayer very high in her experience. She praved three times a day that Gcd's king- dom come on earth; that good be opening the presentation ol his iheme, "Christian Science: The Revelation of the Oaojaipotence of Good." "Christian Science reveals to us that good is the only the only action; and it gives life to all its ideas. God is good, pot mere- Iv as a oualizv or aa attribute, but as good itself. Hence, good is GodL Seen in this light, good is the true T evil and its mesmeric DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT and every Wednesday and Saturday MUSIC BT spiritual good, and vou for DOW'S RHYTHMERS found and lived by mankind. Christian Science is a healing. present. "Give to Him sustaining power for the young man A_______one of the local 636 to be checked over and retaelec Be- fore aroceeding westward. K. Mac- Gilvarv. a Toronto newspaper man. and both allegiance, all of your of your expectancy, be able to dernon- that, good is the only real cabins for their i strate ryes open, he t-h-e universe." mitted and he himself had to stay overnight in larger centres with hotel accosisiodation. The Tnishap to alloy the smoothness of ihe'trio was a "nail puncture to one of the" tires. The one really hilly of highway to be encount- I.T.-COL. HALE BETTKIXG 'sje-irenten" frora the active srmy of Lt.-CoL H. TS-alter Erie. M.C-, Edmonton sub-area, commander was nsnotmced in Sdmonion by Maj.- _ Gen. F. F. "Worthington, M.C, 20 armv command. The re- tiring cf5cer has beer, active is the anav for more than 20 years. Col. Hale, a former member of the staff of the Lethbridge post ofnce. is known here. Prior to Sec- ond Great War he was postal super- intendent in Scmoaton and was frequently in Lethbridge in connec- tion with the inauguration of air mail service throughout- the west. BACK FROM OVERSEAS Eric TcombHi -sriio has been serving overseas for raro years ss Aar Force raechanic, returned nome Saturday npming and -ras b? relaJaves. re- ceive his discharge in Vancouver. ht wlrds Sundav. at bridge 35. Hijh Medicine Hst- termittent rsir with scattered sto n. cloudy Sundsy. Xcrth m-pJi. becoauna light csv. Low as Medicine Sunday 60. Meetings In Memoriam atea by the desire to see R.A.O.B. G. H. Orgyn Lodge The regular meeting of the G. K, Lodee is called for tomgnt. Saturday, when some 40 members o.. i the Michel and Xatal Lodge vnll cay a visit to The meeting j is called for S pjn. sn the icage room. 703-9th Avenue South, please note. In memorv of our father. Geo. Rorabeck, who passed away May 18..-------.__ 1013 I He enthusiastically r The" blow was great, the shock this route to any Local CHIEF MT. POKT OF ENTRY The Chief Mountain, pore cf en- try, Waterton Lakes Kstional Park, %1E open May 24 -with three cus- toms officers and iiree immigra- tion omcers on On tne cus- toms sice -vrill be J. GOborri, goes to xiie perk post; from Coasts; T. C. Smith of Pincher Creek and Root. Donaldson of Lethbridge. PRAIRIE FIRE A prairie Sre occurred at pja, Friday, in the vicinity of 10th avenue and 12th. street; south. The blaze -was quickly esanguisfeed by the local Sre bridge. Saturday, at a. cigar- ette end thrown among papers at tea comer of Kfth street and Fourth avenue south resulted In a blaze Tv-hich was also quickly sub- dued by the fire department. No damage was incurred in either Sre. Imperial Announces Decentralization Move M. la to :C in charge of" production for Imperial Oil i; was announced by "Walker It Taylor, Alberta head of Imperial's prgdacins deDartment in Calsrary Sri As in the case of Dr. Houkins. Mr. Eaider's head- ijtiarters is Toronto. Mr. jsaider comes up from tee Humble Oil Co. in the United States Trhich is a subsidiary to Standard of Ketr Jersey. Imperial is the Ca- nadian subsidiary of Standard (New Mr. jiaicer occupies a new position created TO relieve Dr. Hon- kins of a part, of his many duties. In Calgary, Imperial officially announces its decentralization gram tlie Cnild Boj-alits. sub- Eidiary since 1921, now more or less on its O'BTL Boyalite. biggest oH producer in Tamer Valley, is 58 per cent o'-ued by Imperial Oil, and three subsidiaries, the Madison Na- tural G_as Company, and the Valley Pipe line Company, the Dalhousfe Oil Comanpy, oTrrnng the first two completely and a controlling inter- est in the third. Air Cadets of Canada. No. 11 (Lethbrioge) Sqdrs, Weeklv Routine Orders Serial 2. So. 35 Issued bv F.-L. Geo. Wareon. Paro 1. Administration. Mondav. May souadron will nieei az the Lethbridge Col- legiate Institute at 19.15 hours, ana roll call Snal preparations be mace for the annual inspection on Wednesday. May 22. AH cacets mus: fe rade unless escusec by the C.O. "Dress: Air severe, little thought his desth so near, i- those who have less can tell. of parting without lare- TtjtnemDered by his daugh- Dalisy. Pansy and Georgina Dull CROSSES LATEST LIXK TT kev of the rrans-Can- Random Rhymes CHRIS CASUAL subsidies 1 On cease. The crice vffl make Two "cents" increase On every quart Consumers buy. (Consumers here May pause to sigh. T don't know Will get the dough, Most likely Middleman Co. Bus in the manner Of men on earth, They won't give Bossy Eer two cents' worth. Cadet blues. Those who save not; returned great are expected to turn them in to the equiamenc room ai the Collegiate on Moncav evening before leaving for No. 1 ItSM.lj. Wednesday, May Annual in- spection 'will be held as No. 1 S.E. M.tT. at 8 p-nu Parents of cadets. as vrell as members of the general public, are invited- The iiispectoin l tase place on the parade ground. In. case of icclemens Trea- ther the hangar used fay the Ferry Command be opened for the in- spection. Part IL Personnel To be orderiv oScer ilav 19 to 25, 1945, FO. C. Larson. To be orderly :N.C.O., May 19 to 25T CpL J. Craine. Arthur K. Patland, FO., for C.O. 11 (Lethbridge) Sqdn. >sras completed in 1943 veiled stretch of laS miles Lake Superior connecting Hearst and Geralton. "Gas anc lire has nrevented any earlier attempt'to cross Canada from coast pointed oui. stanng that once before, some time ia.the die twenties, z Ford car sad negotiated crucial stretch by taking the rails and connauirsg on to the coast. But now with tne (iliiv of a continuous highway through Canada, >he trip would j become commonplace to Cans-1 and American motorists. Mild weather was experienced most of the way, he said. Ija On- tario river breakups had oeen excepuonaliy early this year. He had "left Sydney, N.S., on the morn- ing of May 9 and followed tne route across Canada az an average rate miles cay. This gave 'nim time to look over tne rich varietv of the Dominion's re- farmlands ss.d forests of the Maritimes, the thriving ciaes Lecturer Heard lecture on Christian Science was delivered Friday evening. May 17 in the church edifice by Herbert w" Beck. CSS., of San Francisco. PIPE AND TJSED Ft, All Sizes in Stock Turner VaDey Utilities 9th. Are. and 19th. St. E, Caljary. Explaining the basic teaching of Christian Science, that whatever is unlike God cannot be real, but is shadowy illusion. Mr. Beck used motion pictures as an examole. "The picture." he said, "is made of lights and shadows; there is no reality to it. no man, woman, child.' or lights and sha- dows. Yet we are uplifted or de- based; we laugh or we weep over the sense of reality that we pat into those lights and shadows. Con- in our armed forces, in whatever branch he may be. "Let us awake to our true son- ship and express the glory of the begotten of the Father." tal mind would project upon the screen of our consciousness, reject Mimeographing All Work Carefully Done J. S. BKOWX Brown's Musical Supplies Lethbridee LISTEN IN CJOC Tonight p.m. Program Sponsored By Lethbridge Festival Committee SUN GLASSES CALOBAR LENSES American Optical Co. and Jackson Draffin The Family Drug Store Phone 3364 Refresher Course In School Administration The annual refresher course in school administration will be held ac the Unirersiiry of Alberta on i Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- dav of nest week. Abou; 50 registra- tions had been received up to May IS, and it, is expected thas tha num- ber of trustees and secretaries in attendance vrill be about 7o- The course is open to an school irustees, divisionai secretaries, and other officials of rural school divisions and urban school boards. It is the second gnrnial course of its kind. SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invited to inset representa- tives of our committee at the T.5I-C.A. any Thursday between the hours of 8 and pjn- Oar committee wiil be glad to help you In any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee FOR QUICK, DEPENDABLE SERVICE PHONE 4566 FOR A CITY TAXI HEATED CARS 24-HOCK SERVICE Office M4702 Res- W1018 AUTO WHEEL REPAIRS and DISTRIBUTORS You can now change vonr TRACTOR FROM STEEL TO RUBBER We can supply WIDE-BASE RISCS 8s WHEELS (for tonger tire mileage) Together With Expert Service. Also Truck Wheels Rims, Pass- enger Wheels, Trailer Axles and Tractor Rims. ABENDS 60S FIRST ST. EAST M4702 Open For Business Pete'sTaxi Phone 4487 AT YOUR SERVICE NIGHT AND DAY Electrolux Cleaners Sales Service Supplies Phone 4481 1264-3rd Are. S. Electrolux (Canada) Limited PRESTO COOKERS THEY'RE GOOD North Lethbridge Hardware CHRISTENSENBROS: SER VICE the Double PHONE 2802 CTDR RECORDS The laiest Victor tat always available at BROWNS TOUR RECORD CENTRE" Church parade on Sunday, llsy 19, Ship's Company to fall in at 1015, ail Cadets required to "be aboard. Hig of the day: Blues with blue jerseys. Orders for the week commencing May 20th. 1946: Ship's Companv Trill parade at the ship Mondav. Mav 20th. Fall in: 1915. Big of the day: Blues with blue jersevs. Training: as per syllabus. Coaldale platoon will parade at! the Ship "Chinook" on May 20th. Fall in: 1915. Big of the day: Blues with blue Jersevs. Training- as per syllabus. I Coaldalg platoon will parade at the Community Kali. Coaldale, oni 'Thursday, Mav 23, '-945. Fall in: 1930. Rig of the day: Blues with blue. jerseys. Training as per syllabus. Lieat. X. Phillips, Training officer, For Lieut. H. A. Arnold, R.C.S.C-C. "Chinook" Dependents Dae To Arrive Saturday NigM i Dependents of Canadian navy, I army and air force personnel who j were due to arrive in Calgary Sat- urday morning. May 13. from the lie de France, will not arrive there Saturday ex fining. May 18, at o'clock so arrangements have been made for those coming to Southern Alberta to changp from No. I at Medscme Hat to C.P.R. Xo. II at 5 pm. on Satur- day reaching Lethbridge at 9 o'clock Saturday night. j The dependents expected to ar- rive in this city at that time in- clude: Mrs. A. Nemeth. Raymond; Mrs. 3. O. Beasley, 412 Ninth street south, Lethbridge; Mrs. E. M. Bullis, 1407 Seventh avenue fouth, Leth- bndge; Mrs. N. Kofforth, Foremost; Mrs. E. M. Thomson. Medicine Hat, Mrs. J. Y. H. Fortunaso, Believue, on If your Baby Buggy is hard to push. Is wobbly in. fee -K-fceels. or needs new tires, promise you -vre -RHI have it running again- to good shape, almost -sraile you -srait. And no need to teH you "We up the PERFORMANCE THE CHARGES." BerPlflac's CVCLE CD. TTE CALL AND DELIVER. EAGLES HALL 13th St. and 7th Ave. X AIR COMHTIOXED Gents JLadies ............--.-25C DANCE EVERT SATURDAY Frenchy's Quick DeKvery and General Trucking PROMPT SERVICE Fully Insured Phone 4454 PHONE 4058 AND A TAXI WILL BE AT YOUR DOOR WITHIN A FEW MINUTES SODA FOUNTAIN and NEWS STAND NEXT BtJS STATION STEVE'S TAXI JONES REFRIGERATION SERVICE Sales and Service Commercial and Domestic Refrigerators 4555 (Ke-Installed) 1906 Seventh Avenue S. PHOXE Lethbridge SPIKE JONES Will Make a PERSONAL APPEARANCE Here in our Store on Tuesday, May 21 at approximately 4 o'clock in afternoon, for the purpose of meeting followers auto- graphing his records. Drop around about 4 p.m. to "YOCR RECORD CENTRE" Fleming Motors Is your car in shape for summer driting? Now the time to have your car prepared for the long you may be making summer. New as you are aware, are still very limited, so keep your old car in top shape by calling on us for a complete checkover. Our stock of Genuine Hudson Factory Parts is good at the moment, and we are personally interested in your satisfaction. Distributors Hudson Motor Cars North Star Oil Products 428-5th St. S. It's Here! the New BASEMENT FAST FREEZER Complete ivith quick-freezing shelves and storage dimensions occupies only 11 sq. ft. of floor space. AVAILABLE AT SOUTHERN ALBERTA ELECTRIC LTD. 319 Eighth St. S. Phone 2376_ Low Ratn FROM DAY NIGHT SERVICE All comfortably heated cars with careful drivers who think of your welfare first. 2224 BILLS TAXI WHEN YOU NEED A TAXI, PHONE 210a FIFTH ST. S. BILL L'lZARlCK Lake Pavilion TONIGHT 9 to 12 and every Saturday Night STEVE SMEREK AND HIS ROYAL ALBERTANS Admission: Gents 65c, Ladies 35c LUNCH COUNTER AND SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE AVAILABLE SPAPFRf ;