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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1946 Berneice McBeth, Edmonton Soprano, Wins Stutchbury Cup At Festival Bemeice McBeth. Edmonton so- prano, von the Stutchbury cup, traditionally top award at the Alberia Musical Festival, at the Thursday night session ol the fes- tival ia Southmicster United church. Arnold Goldsbrough and Sidney Harrison of London. Eng.. adjudicating. He? marfes were 83-80 the judges saying she had certain defects to correct in her Toice including; a nasal quality, however, her work was moving and acceptable, but the is caoable of better singing. Clement V. J. Schrceser. tenor, also of Edmonton, iras the only other coacpetitor, his score being Ida Mittleman of Calgary, won the Helen Robinson Memorial iro- phy. in the Bach class, open, mth a. very high score of 93. the judges declaring: "Here is a moceL This is the way Bach should be played." Willa Rae Ericmwn of Raymond. was second, Lrthbridge Wins A Leihbridge accompanist. Ross has feeling, emotion, loveliness but lacks power "which she also has" but rarely uses, the judge eaid. Lethbridge Kiwanis club chorus, led by George Brown wiih his mother, Mrs. George Brown. ST., at the piano, won the service cluo competition and the T. Baton Com- pany shield. Thursday evening results follow. Violin, under .Guselia, Calgary. 80-85. Soprano and contralto Esther Robinson and Mary Needs, Ijethbridge, 81; Cunnuas and Margaret Rood, Ijeihbndge. 80; Man- Eaig and Geraldine Me- Corkle, Lethbridge, 78. Ijeider. open, for challenge Needs and Rcss Robinson. IJethbridge, 176; Anne Tanner and Beatrice Livingstone. Ijethbridge. Berneice McBeth and Joyce Lees Moore, Edmonton. Cle- ment Y. J. Schroeter and Nelda Faulkner, Edmonton. Bach class, open, for Helen Robinson Memorial trophv lea A Lieinoricge accompanist. KOSS Robinson, received an outstanding Mittleman Calgary. 93. adjudication in the leider class, navmond. he teamed up with Mary Needs, to take the honors, present- ing what, the judges called Schu- bert's -staggering masterpiece" the "Erl King." "Seldom do we hear tbe 'Erl King' played so well. We heard remarkable vibration from the piano and a wholly impressive and convincing piece of work; and the singer also did her job with real the adjudicat- ors declared. Anne Tanner and Beatrice Livingstone. Lethbridge, placed second. Miss Tanner's voice being extremely good; her work Erickson. Raymond. 85; Brown. 78. Stutchbury cup for gold mecai- McBeth. Edmonton. Qemem V. J. Scoroe- ter. Edmonton. Service club Kiwanis club, Hrst; Lethbricge Kinsmen club, second; Lethbnoge Rotarv club, third. Conducting the Kinsmen CJub chorus was Morton Browne, with Hugh at the piano, while A. K. Putland directed the Hotary chorus with Margaret Brown at the piano. CAR SAFETY CHECK TO START MONDAY Lethbridge city police will start conducting a traffic safety check next Monday, Chief Constable George Harvey announced to the Herald today. He explained that all motor vehi- cles involved in traffic accidents and violations of motor vehicle acts, including city bylaws respecting traffic, will be subjected to a check held under the supervision of police. The check will be similar to that customarily made in serious motor accidents and its purpose is to help prevent accidents. Police explained that while investigating various ac- cidents they found some of the ma- chines involved were not properly equipped and were mechanically defective, these factors contribut- ing to the accidents in some in- stances. To Receive Leaflet Before each vehicle is checked the operator will be given a leaflet being used bv the International Association of" Chiefs of Police in an endeavor to prevent accidents. The operator's driver's license will be examined. In the check of the vehicle, police will test the brakes, horn, wind- shield1 wipers, all lights, and all tires to determine whether repairs or replacements are necessary. Among the vehicles which will be checked will be those involved in accidents, speeding violations, stop sign signal light violations, reckless driving, making improper turns or improper passing and where there is failure of giving 1 turning or stopping signals. EXPECT 800 DELEGATES AT LIONS' CONFERENCE Indications that the 20th aqnual convention of Lions International District No. 37 at Waterton Lakes National Park next month, will be the biggest convention in the his- torv of lionism. in the Alberta- Montana district are continuing to grow stronger daily. Thus far A. H. Harwooa of "Water- ton, chairman of the convention housing committee, has received reservations for accommodation for approximately 500 convention dele- gates and expectations are that the three-day meet will be attended by some 800 persons from through- out Alberta and Montana. At the Theatres Complete stows: "Road to Last complete show at Complete shows: "Road to "Gay "Song of Last comolete show at "Blonde "Madonna of the Seven Last complete show at News, "Barbarv Coast "Old New "While registrations of delegates start on the afternoon of-June 19, the convention will not get un- derway until the following day with an afternoon session. The con- vention will conclude on June 22. Visiting sneakers will include Eugene S. Briggs of Enid, Okla- homa, third vice-president of Lions International, and Warren Melville of Regtna. president of the Ca- nadian Association of Lions Clubs. Michel-Natal Lodge Visits City Some fortv members of the Michel-Natal lodge, R.A..O.B., paid a fraternal visit to the local G. H. Organ lodge recently. At the regu- lar meeting the visiting brothers were isrelcozaed by the local mem- bers, and were congratulated on the recent membership drive by a very large margin over many other lodges in Alberta and near points of B.C. The outstanding feature of the visit was the raising to the third degree of Brother William Park- Brother Park has been an outstand- ing member for- many years, and has with the assistance of Brother Dit- rich. been the mainstay of the musical entertainment. Brother B. OPEN SUNDAY 7 to 9 p.m. MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331-3th St. S. Phone 2205 414-13th SL N. Phone 3445 SMALL LOANS or LARGE LOANS Bowman Agency Insurance Estate Mart Kenny to Play at Waterton June 8th Waterton Park expecting a capacity crowd the weekend of June 8th, when Mart Kenney and His Western Gentlemen play at the Sarurcay night dance there. Man Kenney will be ac- companied by Xorma Locke, feature vocalist, Roy Roberts, a new vocal find, and the vocal Quartette. THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN Random _BT Rhymes CHRIS CASUAL St Andrew's Anniversary It the 24th is over. Uet us tell the weatherman is time some stepping for- ward In the way of rain began. For to listen to the croakers, If we do not get some soakers We'll be sweeping up these prairies In an over-size dustpan. It is evident thas farmers, At the mercy of the rain. Don't want their crops all blc-sr- ing out Again and yet again. And it puts them in a jam. For the new St. Mary's daae Isn't finished By a dam site Or a plan in someone's brain. Chaplain Accepts CaD City Church Rev. TV. J. Rossbach. a former chaplain, who was with, the Ca- nadian army, has now returned from overseas, and having received his discharge, has accepted a call from Christ Trinity Lutheran Church of Lethbridge. Rossbach served with the Canadian forces for almost four years, two of which were spent overseas. He was wounded daring battles in Holland where he was called upon to attend and carry- back the wounded. Special installation services will be held Sunday, May 26, at 230 pjn.. in the sew chapel which has been acquired from Christensen Brothers." funeral directors. This chape! is located at 320-llth Street South. Rev. Peter E. Mohr of Calgary, who served the narish for almost sis years, will be the speak- er for the occasion, performing also the act of installation. Pastor and Mrs. Rossbach and their sons. David and Douglas, ar- rived in tne city. Tuesday, from Calgary where they spent a couple of days, having come here from Dubuque, Iowa. Alex Wylie Is Transferred To Calgary Off ice Young Speakers Receive Awards In It Roy Buchanan Competitions _________ Eaan- i ager of Canadian Pacific Conaauni- i cations office here for ttie past two I and one-half years, having followed, Walter Russell on fcis transfer to Vancouver, is leaving the city day to return tfce wimnanv's {01 Boeing Your-g high school speakers com- t Cosinne Trh2e Her. Mr. peted Thursday, Empire Dav, at the {Ward aBd C. Sseeie Judged IXabridge Collegiate Institute for i bov orators, first award going to the Hoy Buchanan Scholarships 1 Jack Craine on his ably presented in public speaking. Toe girls coai- address on. Gev Canada Con- general level The winners were: Grfs-Binar Prey. first: Carol Alberta headquarters at was not. a weak speech heard dur- I Pitcher, second, subject: "-Canada's i lj" returned from" overseas service. During his stay in the city. MJ preserved. going 1 gree. to tiie point where it. was re- 'cently announced, that this cny is being put, upon a secoad earner circuit between Vancouver and Win- both have been sold to other com- aipeg. The traffic throisgn tee t panies, Plackets and Savage to Do- ILeUabridge office is very heavy. J nwmon Frui; Co.. and Scoti Fruit whas wstii and the meteoro- to Consoudated Co. logical sen-ice wires, and Mr. Wybe j jt that the deal was marks very dose -srere Matthews, who placed fourtii; Jean Hams. Marlese JCewby, Brown, Beuy Tosnpkiis, Shirley There was no" fourth aware. Cniae. Srst; Mal- s coim Asplund. second, subject: as a World Don .3. third. Rev. Frank S. Morter. Ph.D. Of Grace Presbyterian Church, Caigarj-, who will be the special Dianxsnd Jubilee celebration speak- er a; St. Andrew's Presbyterian REV. E. L. GARVIN Who !s the present minister of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church here. He came to Lethbridge in 1933. Co-operative Packing House Expert From U.S. To Speak In Lethbridge C. G. Randell. of the livestock; Lethbridge Co-operative Packers. and wool section of the Farm Credit j Mr. Randell is technical adviser to Administration of the United States a number of U.S. co-ooerative pack- Department of Agriculture. Wash- ing associations. Mr. Ranaell will icgton. D.C., will be a visitor in! arrive in Lethbndge Mar 26 and Lethbridge and Southern Alberta j will speak at a Co-operative Pack- Eest when he will toar the ers' meeting at Southminster church district and address shareholders of hall at 8 pjn. on May 29. has helped to develop the staff to arranged m order to release carry the increased load. While m nadian dollars which can -the city Mr. Wvlie has been an ac- m Canada to live member in the Rotary Club Britain. arid in other local organizations. and has made many friends who are sorry to near of bis transfer. Offices Entered, Cash Is Stolen Ball, R.O.H., P.G.P., of Natal was! the installing officer, with Brother Robinson of Michel the master of ceremonies. Brother J. DeLucka. K.O3-L, Michel, and other visiting brothers took part in the staila- tion. Brother S. NuttalL Leihbridge. was raised to the second degree, with Brother Ball again the instal- ling officer in this ceremony. A meeting of the ofncers of the Alberta Grand Lodge also took, place j with Brother Rowntree, R.O.H., pre- siding. Many of the visitors took advantage of the fine weatner to visit points of interest in and' around the city. Many Treated Against Tick Fever More than people in Southeastern Alberta have been vaccinated against the spread of spotted fever by ticks in that Dart of the province, J. H. Brown, pro- vincial entomologist, reported -re- cently. Two crews of TTniversitv of Alberta medical students are cairv- j ing on the work in Southern Al- berta, under the direction of Mr. Brown. The crews started their field work May 1. and have al- ready gathered valuable informa- tion on the disease. The medical smdents will con- tinue their protective measures un- til June 15. A toial of S191.8Q in cash was stolen from the offices of the Cana- dian Oil Companies, Ltd.. at 17th street and Second avenue south. when they were entered by burgalrs j Thursday evening, according to cicy j police reports. The burglary and Sell Marnoch Warehouse Here Announcement was made today of the sale of an important whole- sale business property on 4th Street S. The Marnoch building, wtuch has been occupied since it was built about 1912 by Plunkett and Savage and the Scott Fruit. Com- pany, has been sold by G. R. Mar- noch. and ms Old Country asso- ciates to the Consolidated Fruit j Company of Calgary which is a subsidiary of Bums and Company. The amount involved in the deal ________________ _____________j was nos disclosed. Back about. 1912 Mr. Marnoch. Prince Flrouz, Iranian minister of who later became president of tne propaganda, officially disavowed Board of Trade for 12 i- v years, undertook along with a num- speeches made to the Umtsd Na- j of British stockholders to build Ions securitv council by Hussein Ala. j the warehouse on trackage, and It Iranian ambassador to the United t has been continuously occupied by States. the same companies since, though no Ca; i D- S. A. Kyle, prfueipal of the which can oe used Coliegiate. was rnasier buy produce for t and of Schools A. J. Wat- j son and ouiers were in attendance. j Hugh Buchanan, representing his of the scholarships, made the entations and cocgratalated the speakers on their snlencid effort. GIVEN ROUND Maurice M. Marsden of Leth- bridge was remanded until Monday after besna charged with two counts in city police court Saturday mom- He was charged with bems intoxicated while having control of an auto, and wnh giving liquor tc a minor. 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I92S. 4 cyL Chevrolet. 1937-41 MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers i Shop With Confidence at Lethbridge's Up-to-Date HARDWARE Morris Barrett HARUWARE Values of building properties, household effects, have in- creased considerably. We recom- mend that you review the amount of insurance yon are earrjiny. Be Wise-Insure With Ii FREE TIRE INSPECTION AVOID SLOW LEAKS-DRIVE Bf SERVICE We -a-ili examine your tires, remove naSs glass 316 Eleventh s. for Tires Phone 2007 BRIDES-ELECT Firss class printed Invitations or Announcements. Samples and prices given upon request. Wedding Cake Boxes, per dozen............. Brides Book .....................................95C Wedding useful gnide ..............................65c Commercial Printers and Office 7th Street South. Outfitters, Ltd. Phone 2999 The Lethbridge Sand and Gravel Co. offers you at very reasonable prices Washed Sand and Gravel for Concrete, Roads, Asphalt, Stucco, Roofing, Etc. The best U tibe cheapest. Phone 3610. Prompt delivery. IRONSIDE PARK LTD. MOTH PROOF CLEANING PHONE 4141 A PHOTOGRAPH to keep alive the memory of your will be jour most "cherished possession. DE JOURDAN'S STUDIO "PHOTOGRAPHS THAT Opp. CJP.R. Depot Phone 2558 IT WILL ADD YEAR: TO YOUR LIFE! IF you are a busy Executive with little or no time for personal af- IF you are a modem woman with endless calls on yous time for war work, family duties and welfare in- OR if you are and find the many duties of managing your investments exacting or tedious, and you ap- point this Company your Agent to administer voar securities, real estate and other property, our AGENCY and MANAGEMENT SERVICE will prove a "Life Saver" to you as it has to so many others. Rates are surprisingly moderate. Why not call or write and let us explain this service to yon! The British Canadian Trust Co, ALBERTA H, D. ROOD, Manager. Lake Pavilion TONIGHT 9 to 12 and every Saturday Night STEVE SMEREK AND HIS ROYAL ALBERTANS K Admission: Gents 65c, Ladies 35c LUNCH COUNTER AND SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE AVAILABLE Mechanics Sales Ltd. Cor. 3rd Ave. and llth St. Phone 3933. JEWS PA PER I ;