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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY MINER INJURED mine worker here is a with chest iniunes caused when coal fell on naming viult at _______ COMPANIES Inco-uoration cf two mutual tele- phone "cemnarles in southwestern. as limited companies is an- nounced in the Alberta They are the Ola Cnief Te'e'shone Company. Ltcw Carway Mutual Telephone Company, Ltd., at Cards- statu- POST OFFICE NOTICE Fridav. 24th May. being, torv holiday, the following, serwee will be gives si the Lebanese pos. Th? lobby will be Weather Montreal Toronto "Winnipeg: Sraudon Regirss Saskatoon Swift Current Medicine Ha: Lsthbridse Calgary 69 71 64 64 71 63 73 70 57 47 43 Vancouver Victoria 54 4S 35 3S 37 33, 37 43 33 31 29 70 45 XO MEAT MAY 24 Dsy. May 24. wid no change in'Prices Soard s :iora go-.ernics meatless Fneajs. Ko: doss and other holicay haie been oannec Sar.d hohdayers have to with non-ines: cisnes, hoard j officials reported in JQ2. Forecast Official forecasts issued at 11 5ov bv Doaurucn ouDlic- wea- t Sdmonros." Valid un- dMsiJt Friday. and -ws 10 and Festival Music Is Criticized bv S. P. Johnson; Herald Engraving. AcSjud-eaior Arnold at Wednesday afternoon's session of rrser. J the Alberta Provincisi r.e.a .iic J.III.--P- be dehvered as usuaL ana usual collections irom street letter boxes will be made. STRUCK OFF KEGISTEK Leihbridge Chinese of AJ- berta, and Kanton aotel. Ltd., have been struck "e register of the comnaEies act, accorcong to the Albert" Gazette. COCXCH. EfCOKPORATEI> Irtcoraoraaon of the Traces "and Labor Council uncer societies act is announced in the latest; issue of the Alberta Gaz- ette with the explanation "tne ob- jecs o" the societv is to provice a building in which to hold meetings and to carrv on activities for tne literary, social anc economic benefit of its members, and such other matters or things as mav be requisite, necessary or ce- Eirable for the carryicg ou: cf the objects and purposes" of the coun- cil. _____ EXPBESSES APPRECIATION A letter was recently receives from Sgt. Msj. K. J. Kearcs of Strathmore. AUa., late or tne 33tn Ba-terv, acknowledging a wire sent to 'htm bearing 25 names of origin- al members of the local battery. The wire -was dispatched from tne recent reunion and banquet given here by the 39th Battery. BXTJU to recognize the birthday of Kearns. "It was indeed a.surprise southerlr nuiss per hour Friday, low 0. Tncay 55. Announcements DP- D. A. SYLAXDS Fhone So: yei in Deaths away at Ray- mond, May 21, Milfora. aged 53 Aerta rovinc r.. at Southminster church, the fesuva! :or tneir; poor selection of tes: pieces. He said. -K is hish time He also stated that si in Lethbridge is very much m its infancy. Singers must create a.-, mood and they must mske their; words travel Conunume. Mr.. to make fun of the cooipetiuors but to hela and eneouraae them. Loitlv Choir Competms for the Galbraith Shield." Sunday School chcrus. under 20 years. Southminster senior girls' cho'ir. Lethbridge. conducted fay Mrs. p cull was awarded marks of 6? and 88 This was a lovely choir and they wirh tremendous f srusn j and the phrasing uas good. There no "other competitors in this Empire Day Message 4. .3. .j. Dedication to Service for WorldjPeace and Goodwill Ar Empire Dav message from the, aeoTsurlering will have been to prudent of the "Empire Day Move-! rain. An even greatereSon there- fore, is demanded iroai each nient the Earl of Gowne. V.C. P.C, G.C-M.G-, C.B, DJS.O., fol- lows: This first Empire Day after the end of a great world war. vrhich threatened the structure of human society and embittered human re- lationships. finds us in a mood la which may easily become dis- couraged. losing faith and hope in those ideals which inspired oar war effon. Now the dangers of war are re- moved it is imperatiie to appre- ciate that other dangers, though less apparent, still threaten the peace of the world. Fear, suspicion, revenge and starvation among the peooies of the earth. The fu- ture confronts us with the chal- lenge as to whether material power and economic necessity are to mould our destiny. or whether, by con- scious endeavor, the spirit of man can govern events and direct our forward march toward the highest attainment of human welfare and universal goodwilL Onless our great victory inspires us to make a fresh start to meet the desperate human need for peace and security, based upo: friendship between all races and creeds of mankind, our sacrifice Here the Voice was urday. funeral directory 22. was won by Adele Havard. Medicine Hat. isith Si-Si rcarks Diana Passed awav in the isith Si-Si rcarks Diana _ Ritchie citv Msv 22nd. Mable, aaed 55 years, j and Mary Haig. both of Letnbncge. of Calgary. RBWBI services will be were aed for second place wr.i ia U_ _ __ fry- armoancsii when arrangements are j total mars o: 163. __ ine ccrcpleted. Christensen Bros, funeral j -a-orcs were gopc ana mere and please accept; he wrote. FEW ray heartfelt HATCHED grasshODners have hatched since the cold roell began and these fcave appeared in scattered areas, R. M. White- grasshopper Investi- gator with the labor- atory hare revealed, tocay. With the zmvsl of hot weather, heavy Infestation may be expected from Granum north to Nanton, TO MEXICO CITY It msv HOE be Ions before Alberta citizens "-win be able to Sy by one pi-1-iir.p. ail the wav from Xjetsbriage to Mexico Cirr. Western Air lines station manager here, Ted Pans. received word today that the civil aeronautices board at Washington lias granted to that airline auth- oritv establish, a new route from jjos" Anseies to Mexico City witn Intermediate ttons at San Diego and La'Paz. The new line will add sbouE maes to Western Air's system. HEALTH SOCIETY The Pincher Creek Health Society nas been incorporated under the Societies Act, according to a notice in the Alberta Gazette. Objects of the societv are to promote and loofc after the "health of the members of directors. away on Wdnesrfsv, Vav 22nd. Jennie Mc- Culloch. 83 years, wife of the Alex McCulloch. forme-y 01 Ccalhurst Services will be held in Martin Bros. Chape? on Monday at 2 om, the Rev. Harry A- Mutcnraor Interment in the fsra- 2v Dlot, Mountain View cemetery. Bros, directors of funeral service. away oa Tuesday, May 21st. Erwin Philander, aged o9 vears, beloved husband DJ. Airs. Clara Louisa Kar-e. of 1231-9tn. Are. South. Services will be held ffl Scuthminster Church oa Saturday at U-in., the Rev. 2. L. Garvm Of- ficiating Interment in Mountain winner's was ex- __ __ and intensity m her sing- Photo; Herald Engraving. Pictured here are members of two Japanese evacuee families who are leaving Lethbridge Saturday evening jn a movement of 95 volun- tary repatriates for Japan. Those-shown here are going from the Picture Buue district to what was once the large city of Hiroshima. Cos picture shows Mr. and Mrs. Asamatsu TTno and their three voucg sons. In the other are eight of the 11 children of Mr. and Mrs. Isao Klraura. two of whom are already in Japan. The Kirmira children had just stopped pluying for a. moment and did not have time to "fix up" for the photograph. Southern Alberta's largest family the society and families. their dependent ELKS GAZETTED Incomoration of the Suite Benevolent and Social Association of Picture Butte is announced in the Alberta Gazette. cemetery. Martin. Bros, direc- tors of funeral service. In Memorlam In loving memory of Lance Bara- aby who was killed as Campoeu River. B.C.. May 24. 1S43. Sunshine casses, shadows fail- Love's remembrance outlasts au. And though the years be many or few, They are fined with remembrance, dear of you. Ever remanbered by his mother. brothers and sisters- 74S class, under 17. natural gift and is a very talented child. Twelve vear old Dolly was accom- panied bv her older sister Zonia Thachuk." who nlayed very well. Adjudicating 38. lyric so- prano, Mr Goldsbrough found Anne, Tanner, Lethbridge. an attractive singer with a lot of musicianship. In the last three bars of the second song see proved herself to be a real singer with much warmth. Her marks were 84 and 35. Easel BunSali, SdmDnton won in 40, mezzo sonraro tvita 84-81 marks and Caroline Mcr-arland, Calgarv, -was second with 80-32- 3oth these singers have essentially good voices and the adjudicator praised deep feelings of both. The vrinner had'lovely top notes and the mood was good. Wm Shield chorus was won by The i Bovs" Choir, Lethbridae. conducted bv'Effie Selci. Competing for the Bishop H. A. Gray shield they were the oniv entrv and received 87-87 marks. "This was a lively, very well trained choir with fine rhythm, clear words and good broad gigging. Joan Leth- bridge received marks of 81-S2 in of Japanese reoatriates is going to the city which" took the full brant of scientific methods of destruction during the Second Great many worries and a lot and wishful thinking. of the fact that the city the on it, __ are go- ins to Hiroshima, with nine of their children, hoomg that their other cwo children and their grandparents In loving memory of nry wife. Edna Pearl Danielson- who passed away on May 23. 1945. Gone but not forgotten. Ever remembered by her husband. are still alive and weU. Evacuated to Southern Alberta Srom. their fruit farm, at Mission. B.C., the Kimura family has been working oa the farm of Floyd King, west of Picture Butte. for the past four years and are described by the employer as '-very industrious and conscientious workers." Thev leave here Saturday in a S3 voluntary repatriates- Tiie father has been in Canada one of us to exercise patience aad stem resolution during the coming years of reconstruction. By these, achievements will the character ot j she British peoples be judged- j What interpretation of human re- lationships does the British eas- pi-e offer to this bewildered and distracted world? The loyalty and unity so strikingly manifested by our "empire peoples, of many races and creeds, is proof that mutual understanding and co-operation be- meea nations are within the reach of mankind. We have shown that by tolcnmce. patience and self- restraint, it is possible for nauons to strive together for common ideals i of freedom and mutual weli-beaug. j In the -universal acceptance of these principles lies our hope for the future. The celebration of this Rnpire Day is therefore the dedication to faithful service for our empire in its great task of promoting world peace and goodwill and in pvercora- jng she Dassions and distortions which today threaten the destruc- tion of our "civilization.' May God grant us wisdom and sincerity in all our endeavors. DANCE AT THE TRIANON FRIDAY AND EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT MUSIC BY DOW'S RHYTHMERS July 1 Before TCA Experimental Flight To Vancouver Via Calgary Scheduled FARMERS Veterinary Instruments Castration Clamps Keystone Hypodermic Syringes Udder Infusion Syringes Jackson The Family Drug Store Phone 3361 New experimental flight of Trans- Canada Airlines which would oper- ate direct from Regina through Calgarv to Vancouver, is not sched- uled to be started before July 1, it was stated hy company officials in "Winnipeg on" Thursday. Announce- ment of the possible change in service was made on "Wednesday. A well-founded rumor also hints at a possible daily flight "Winnipeg through northern from Sas- more than 21. Before the war start- ed thev sens their oldest son and oldest daughter to live with their grandparents in Hiroshima while attending school in Japan. The parents have not, received any wore about, their children for more than two years. Nor have they heard whether the substantial property holdings owned by Kimura's par- ents in Hiroshima were damaged. Reluctant to leave Canada, the parents are retumicg to Japan tc locate their two oldest children, and take care of them. Thev are also hoping to find the property of the father's parents undamaged ana help frjm manage it. The children who are going with them range from, one to 14 years of age. Another family which is going to Hiroshima from. Picture Butte is Mr. and Mrs. Asamatsu Uno and katchewan to Edmonton and it is considered likely that the two new northern services might reduce the four daily east and west flights through Lethbridge. It is understood that the new sersio will not comprise a direct trans continental service, being made uo rather of three connecting local flights, from Toronto to Winnipeg, from Winnipeg to Cal- gary, with a stoa in Regina, and irom Calgary to Vancouver. tinder the new arrangement. Lethbridge would still remain the principal trans-continental stop in Alberta, and through passengers would find it more convenient to bv-pass Calgary as at present. Its Tnain value "would be found by passengers travelling from Toronto, Winnipeg or Vancouver to the inter- mediat' stops as Calgary and Re- gina. Similarly, Calganans going to Winnipeg. Regina or Vancouver would find it, more convenient than their three scins, formerly of New the present services Westminster, B.C. Another child, a unaerstood tha., the flight for 23 years aati the mother for war. daughter, went to Japan before the CARDSTON SOLOIST FESTIVAL WINNER contralto, under 19. onlv contestant. She was the Jack. 732 KIN CARNIVAL The Lethbridge Kinsmen club In Police Court announces tha' their annual carni- val will be held at the Arena June 13, 14 and 15. Tickets have been tjlaced in. the hands of school students who will offer them for sale in z canvass of the city. Pro- ceeds of the carnival win be de- voted to city playgrounds im- provements. AT CONFERENCE One of the featured speakers at a conference of western Canada- "X" leaders now in session at Saskatoon. E. C. Cameron, B-A_ general sec- retary of the local YJ.1CA. left the city Tuesday and will return to Lsthbricge during the week-end. LAY ASSOCIATION C. E. Deppard of Calvary, was elected president of the lay associa- tion during the aftemocn session "Wednesday of the annual confer- ence of the Alberta United Church being held this week in Edmonton, Other officers elected were: C. E. Ball, SedgewicS. first vice-president; E- A. Moore, Medicine Eat. second ana Mrs. F- P. Gra- ham, Calgary, secretary treasurer. A traffic accident in which two persons were injured and property damage estimated at S900 was causec when a tract and an auto collided on the north end of the bridge over the Oldman river near Monarch on April 3 had its sequel 12 Royal Canadian Mounted Police court here Friday morning. Harry Hrushenski of BluSton. Alta., admitted failure to keep his trucS to the right of the highway and was fined S2 and S4 costs. Police explained that his truc-z was damaged to the extent -of S300 while S500 damages was caused to the auto of J. R. Bell of Clares- holm in the collision. Bell and his mother were injured In citv police court John Luxton of Lethbridge admitted being intoxi- cated in a puolic place and was fined S20 and SS costs. Lillian Kuier of Lethbridge pleaded guilty to a charge of op- erating a motorcycle carrying two Class 42, tenor, was won by Walter Brown, Calgary with 84-79. jrarrell Kelson, Stirling was second with 73-80. Both these singers have good tenor voices and shew promise. There were no competitors In con- tralto and baritone duet, dramatic socrano or junior vocal ensemble, under 20, unconducted. Wednesday Honors were divided between Medicine Hat, Calgary. Sdrnonton and Lethbridge. and several troph- ies won at the "Wednesday night session cf the Provincial Mus- ical Festjval held in Southminster church with. Sidney Harrison atsd Arnold Goldsbrough adjudicating. Senior cup competticn, class 148. competing for the Fred G. Hunt cup with eight entries from former win- ning classes in this festival, was wpn by Lethbridge So-athrainster Senior Girls' Chorus, under 20, with Mrs. P. Cull conducting. Lethbndge Boys' chorus, division three, conducted by Miss E. Heid. was runner-up. Win- ners sane with a great deal of leei- ing and the performance was clean Monica Swan, of Cardston made a comeback st the Thursday morn- ing session of the Provincial Musi- cal Festival, winning the soprano class, under 19, 'With 86 marks. There were a number of Lethbridge win- ners as this session and oae from Calgary. Sidney Harrison adjudi- cated. Doreen Gelfond. Lethbridge, -won piano under 10 class with 87-87 marks. Her playing was good with alive rhvthm" and phrases shapely. Marion McKendry, Lethbridge, sec- ond with 85-85. Tiolin under 12 honors were awarded Paul Woitte, Lethbridge, with 82-80 marks, and the other competitor. William Green, Leth- bridge, 81-78. Winner played cor- rectly but rhythm needs more im- uulse. Dale Bartlett, Lelsbridge. with 84. won boys' solo class under 10 in competition with Jesse Gibb, Ray- mond, 83. Winner had precise rhythm but needs to make voice fioat. Herbert M. Hayward. Lethbridge. with 3S. won boys" solo under 13 competing against Kenneth Hicken Raymond. 85. Winner has a gooc idea of character of music anc Thvthm and had vitality. Piano, -under 11 years, won by Eta 87-gf Hess Then 12 contestants In this class. Vinner gave a very enjoyable per- ormanee. She had a good sense of direction and expression but needs more elasticity in her playtng. Monica Swan, Cardston, won. so- prano Tinder 19 with 85 marks, cpm- Kting against Marguerite Miers, Lethbridge. who received 84. The sinner made an amazing trans- one given by the same artist Wed- nesday night. She sang with good exoression and her tone was steady and phrasing well sustained. She natural charm. cut. St_ Andrew's Chorus, Leth- bridge Mrs. G. Brown conducting, won the female choruses, maximum 25 voices, received 32-85 marks. They sang extremely well in the first number but the adjudicator considered the test piece a "flop" as far as music is concerned. The Peariman. Calgary, with marks, and Connie Marie Nanton, second with 84-83. from Calgary to Vancouver woulc be routed by Cowley and then west over the route followed fay the pres- ent flight from Lethbridge. Northern Route MONTREAL, May velopment of the northern serial ferry route from Edmonton to Prest- wick, Scotland, should be considered from the twint of view of its prac- tical value. Brig. C. S. Booth, secre- arv and legal adviser of the air transpo.t board, said last, night.. Asked to comment on an Edmon- ton disoatch in which a former _a_p. "ferry nilot recommended that Canada quickly develop the wartime "Crimson Route" used by Armv Air Forces during the war which he said cuts miles off the flving- distance between Ed- monton and Prestwick. Brig. Booth said it was onlv reasonable to con- sider first whether there was a definite need for such a service. At the present time, he said, most of the air traffic between Canada and Great Britain originated in eastern Canada. Also. any move to develop the route would have to originate with Trans Canada Sirlhrsr. as the agent designated by the" Dominion government to handle international air travel. No comment from T.C-A. officials was immediately available. f J. E Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Phone 3857 tethbridc? SERVIC PERSONN 1 ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 1M McFARLAND BLDG. 2S6C. Electrolux Cleaners Sales Service Supplies Phone 4481 Ave, S. Electrolui (Canada) limited Archibald McKinnon Passes at Edmonton brmation, comparing the adjudicator performance said, with Funeral services 69, of Mrs. McCulloch Passes In City 40 vears a resident of Coal- hurst and" Lethbridge, Mrs, Jennie McCulloch passed away here Wed- nesday at the age of 83 years. Be- fore coming to Southern Alberta with her husband, the late Ales McCulloch. she lived in Ontario- claiming LHcknow as her birth- She is survived by one son, R. w. McCulloch of Ottawa. Services will be held in Martin for Archibald ________, ,_ Monarch, who died Monday in an Edmonton hos- ital, were conducted, by Kev. A. J. Gowland Thursday m Calgary. Burial followed in the family plot, Bumsland cemetery, Calgary. Mr. McKinnon was bom in Heatherdale. P-Ei. and moved to Calgary in 1896. Later he moved to the Macleod and Monarch dis- tricts, where he had farmed ex- tensively since. He is" survived by his wife. Ellen, Monarch; three sons, Donald, John and William, and a daughter, Joyce, all of Monarch, and a cousin, Mal- colm "McKinnon, Great Falls, Mont. CLEANS GUTTERS "WELL ROY'S DELIVERY BAGGAGE AND ALL LIGHT TRUCKING FOR PROMPT AND COtJBTEOTJS SERVICE Phone 3959 Roy Westman Bill Warren And Their Wives Are Invited to meet representa- tives of our committee at the Y.M.C.A. any Thursday between the hours of 8 and pjn. Our committee will be glad to help you In any way possible. 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