Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY 28, LCI Army Cadets Are Complimented Members of the So. 301 Lethbricge Cadet Corps Bar- R.C.AJ vere highly coaiph- _ iery, on their proficiency by Capt. Kerr Monday evening Rowing their annas! WHAT COUNCIL DID MONDAY Butchers Here MacKENZlESAYS BLOC CHARGE EMPHASIZES STALEMATE Nothing fol- inspecting officer. -for Highlight monies Peterso: cade: -best Alaensu Await Further Variety was the of fare for s Subject, to the approval of City j aldermen'again iionday evening as Manager J. T. Watson and City En- _ lihev discussed virtually every pos-'gmeer J. Hainaes. council agreed fITI Isible municipal matter, bu: they! sell two lots on the east side of! Lauds Action On S.M.R.D. Project Calls on U.N. To Eliminate Franco Regime SUCSTfr the stalemate between the westers allies than Minister Molotov's NEW YORK. May cant tell you how to C- A. Me- assessed value' de- Girah preer -oi the Meat packer across Canada fore- pljmg certain articles of the char- counle of hours between planes. Mr. Souta to Dominion Fruit. Ltc., economic council suh- :igating the Franco also a medal as the best in the 3-eihtmdge cadet corps. It was presented to him by George 3. McSJillop. Both a'srsrds were put up by the Strathcosa In addressing the cadets f ihe msoecaoc. Capj. Serr them -Via- he had enjoyed every depends she United Ka- declared, "It hcoming soon __ __________ _ _ that violence order their businesses. J nfeg should be de- don't wanr civil war but is Butchers here would no: comment, veloped for irrigation purposes, and I uiU add to the prestige of those policr -nsde this point. areal Bylaws Passed today, -Bailing to see how the new j that, the American reclamation ser- j use it to ge; rid of this tyrant." arjs- Before giving unanimous approv- i Coimcil passed byla-a-s aathoriz-J works, j -vice having conserved the U.S share trr to our will c- others, al to the proposed change, alder- ing the sale of: A lot srri a half Local livestock dealers say packer I of the water, immediate steps are t'oa' do men pcinted out io Mr. Mavnard on the south sice of Seventh Ave- buyers are in the Seld for feedlot: takerj for Canada to fellow a no: set' that they thai she lots, dipping COTKI" inioinae South befaresr: Second'and cattle again and prices look to be i similar cotirse. Canada's action a" v.-eek in cseutial property, arguing that con- j Plunkets and Savage Thar" anivMr-ceir-enr. Tnhich sianal- structieci 01 the garage nijuld ce- the site for s. fed a stiffenir.s cf American foreign precise value 01 homes in that S building. here, wants warehouse. the thai he impose their IE. Ccm- The Sorfe: forel on i-s." i the co-jlee had been "unproved oy i Streets to Henry H. Miilidge: up to 13-cents. "liniKS- SAT- .uisisan. lillmg thein in wiii for the site to be used 1 large cj'ianniies of earth. 4300 cubic I for a S4300 two and a half j ___ South be- 1 FUNERAL OF MRS. PORTER Streets to _ for S1S7.50. Meznbers of the Eastern Star par- rtro lots on I ticipated in funeral services for the and A-J eniie i late- Mrs. Mary Frances Portl- and ISih i which were held from Southnun- Kai-Shek Sets I Terms For Reds set at rest any question of prior use of the flood waters of these rivers- It's dry right across the prairies. Steivan said. The greenest part 1 May o' the -s-esi "ie had seen on his air 3 Kai-Shek, his position strengthen- trip from Onaii-a iras in the irri- ed by government troop advances in gated area from Taber to Leth- Manchuria, was reported tocay to laid down tersas which Chi- commission of which he Ss'' nese Communists must meet, as a farther talks on great north- formed the province increase He reminded them thai Lethbncge i corps, the good and the Lake o the Woods irnematioa- Urge Treatment Virginia Creeper "Now Is a good time to treat Vir- ginia Creeper for grapeieaf hopper since of the leases were killed in the recent G. F. Mansoa. officer is. charge of Do- minion entomological laboratory here. Practically all the Virginia Creeper in the city is infested with this sucking usseci which causes the leaves to drop off the vines, the entomologist said, explaining that uithui the last, four years the grapeieaf hopper has spread iriih- in the Lethbndge area isreil as the Medicine Hat and Brooks areas. -It iro'jld be a pity to have more residents eiseontinue the Broirieg of this attractive vase, so few cliEBfciag plants are suitable for this Mr. Manson said, pointing out that the first; evidence of insect ravage was the leaves suddenly Uirauog -shite and ihen falling off. To protect Virginia Creeper recoesmended applications a month of DDT dust, preferably a three per cent. dust, or one of the wettabJe dusts in the form of a spray. He warned against use of the kerosene mixture because it would bum the foliage. condition to Eew peace talks. Communism reaction to Chiang's reported terms was lacking. Hansell Fears Crown Companies OTTAWA, ilay v. E. G. HanselL Social Creou member for Marleog in Alberta, said iasc in the commons hg thought trartime crown companies should disappear. Speaking during considfirstion of A resolution sponsored by Kecon- strceiion ilrilster Hoisre to a. pre- liminary bill to provide for the oper- ation and Sracciag of companies, Mr. Hansell' said he could noE get enthused over She legislation to cocnnas crovra coci- parues. The companies should dis- apnear. just like oihsr wartime con- trols. iSr. Ho'.ve said the government In the direction sug- gested by Mr. HartseR, A year ago there "srere 31 crown companies. Eighteen already had bean disband- ed, eight -srere in the process of be- ing disbanded. Only five being is. operates; "I -sender if the minister hasnft a Bis Four locked: ths securitv co-jncll has been dangerously begged more than once. Since all else sss failed, why not mania of hav nyanv pies" a SHZST in SJr. too He 'any mfnfrs-gr Telop susa a msuia. He believed in private enterprise. Cro-sii companies did nos aavs to operate a; 3, profit. If they suSered a loss the taxpayer always made K up. It was aU very io say that govemmen: corporations should be set ap to combat monoDoIies. How- ever, goverament corporations had the habit of becoming monopolies. Privaie business had need to be alarmed about, the situation. too had reason to be alann- ed because thejmore the govern- ment 'Vent into business the less freedom labor have. Alberta Wins C.U.N.A. Plaque At til" convention of ths Credit Union. Kauonsi association held in Madison, Wiscpnsfc. the warded snnually to toe state or province which organizes the largest number of credit, unions bv the province of Alberta- Is was nresented" to A. M- Mtmro and where possible that no toism parking area. land purchased from the citr mtist iity Manager Watson told coun- be surveyed at, tie expense of the- ihere -vrere so: enough avail-! buyer. He felt the city should Hers in the io under- niark oat the land sold. e painting of the fair grounds i He also suggested the city rate Agree To Lease Property so he decided to purchase of fares on the municipal "irans- Council agreed to the wishes of j the paint and hare the worfe done: conation systeni for tenants oc- the of national defence j by municipal emnloyees. Shakes cupying city suites in a buildins for a lease on the hangar In the are being used irlsteac of shingles at the former No. 8 Bombing and yearly', on the jxxif of the grandstand. j Gunnery School but is was ex- 5 suggested ihat' plained that the addition costs of reer bridge is re- j transportation for the tenants were sidewalk taken into consideration and al- to give lowances mace in setting rentals j jtiii. --------against on the suites. porronitr of terminating the lease I the wind. With the walk on the Vote On Bvlaw Jtme 4 bv one month's notice. west side, he explained, many Mayor A. W. Shackleford was; "April reoorts from, the auedicai pedestrians walked in the motor j authorized to oublicize the roting; health, officer, city treasurer and; traffic lane, endangering their j which will be held June 4 on the i chief constable were received and lives. filed, as -srell as the Gait Hospital z-.ditor's report for 1943. brlaw for issuing deben- j Aid. Baward Castles voiced his j cures to" finance construction, of! opt-osition to the policy whereby, sewers. Prompt, Efficient WATCH REPAIRS Our enlarged staff of expert watchmakers are at your service. Most work can be completed in only three days. Satisfaction guaranteed. Bring your watch or clock in today. Harry Wheeler Son Jewellers Kresge Bldg. SICKNESS-ACCIDENT H05PITAIIZATIOH INSURANCEAr .WORLD'S EXCLUSIVE HEALTH %'ACCIDENT attended by some 450 delegates, and friends. The plaque must be three years in succession to be held per- manently bv any state or province. Credit; TJnion League of Alberta 200 credit; unions -with members. -Iir Canada and the H.S.A- there are about 12.0GU crecii; unions a membership-of live consequently Alberta is quite nroac of her aciderement, said Sir. Munro. who is manager of Alberta. GoTemmem Telephones here. THE GREATEST Rotarians Honor Dr. P. M. CampbeU Lethbridge Hotariaas paid honor to the dean of medicine m Leth- oridge at tiieir regular luncheon meeting on Monday when they pre- sented Dr. Peter Campbell with a gold mounted pen and pencil set suitably eagrared to mark his 50th anniversary as a practicing doctor. A.F.U. Executive Talks Farm Strike EDMOKTCN, May executive of the Alberta farmers' Union met ta conference lass night and one item on its agenda W25 feaabiiity of a "non-delivery" strike of all farm products by about 000 members in. ips 800 locals throughout the province in protest against rise in price of farm machinery. The executive also will strait a reply to a letter from finance Min- ister Esley which defended the fed- eral government's action in allow- ing a 12-2 per cent increase in the price of farm machinery ana cis- The presentation was made bv Dr" approved the AJF.U.'s proposal to An Eaig, president of the "crab" ?Ssst the raacninery price boost by __T__ T____a _ _- -_ _ _ T rrta TYT-IOOC who lauded Dr. Campbell for hi. high attainment in his profession and for his Sue example in cnizen- sbip. Dr. Campbell, In replying, said 5t was all "nothing to brag abou; be- cause he had spent a Jocg life in his profession and had enjoyed it." He hoped to go on working and enjoying it for some years yet. C. R. rteniel, who spent several months this winter in Texas de- scribed the irrigated lower Hio Grands valley where he had visited, the dozen Rotary clubs there and ley increasing the prices of farm prod- ucts. Fanners' income tax and increas- ed price of lumber and work cloth- ing also will bs discussed by the executive. TOO LITTLE KNOTVX OF CANADA'S MIXES OTTAWA, ilay "as- tonishing of Canadians are only vaguely aware that there are mines in Canada, "aud they have absolutely no conception of the present or possible future im- portance of mines and minerals -EVER BUILT BY CHRYSLER! _ --liv. 17 u. ana zouierais iii ..ealtn waicn comes to tae val- i our the senate commit- L Hee on natural resources was told ITNEBAI. OF MRS. McCDLtoCH Largely attended funeral services were held for the late Mrs. Jennie McCuUoch. formerly of at 2 pjn. Monday in ifartjn Bros.' chapeL The Eev. H. A. Mutchmor oSiciated at the impressive rites, with numerous Soral iriirates being In evidence. Interment was in the family plot, Mountain View ceme- tery, Lethbridge. Pallbearers were S. Falconer. H. Sandham. J. Xichol. J. Raiiison, W. R. Zfeon.- H. WILL PROTECT FAKMERS MOOSE JATST, May vinciai Treasurer C. XL Fines of Sasfcatchetran in a radio ad- dress last night that if the Supreme Court of Canada disallowed Sas- katchewan farm security legislation the province find still further legislation. "We are going to see the people are given the secuntr to they are entitledr ilr. rices said. Doyov FROM INDIGESTION HEARTBURN? The noted British formula, Maclean Brand StoTnach Powder, fcaslwought speedy and helpful relief to nuHions of suSerers from indigestioa, heart- bum, dyspepsia and ecd stonjach discomfort. Bay Macleaa Brand Stomach Powder or Tablets today I AW AYS THE TABIET IN THf HANOT r SIZE ONLY GENUINE IF SIGNATURE ALEX. C MACLEAN APPEARS ON THE PACKAGE REFINED AND IMPROVED IN MORE THAN 30 WAYS! PLYMOUTH OWNtIS tell you that Plymouth has always been a GREAT back to the first Plymouth built in Canada by Chrysler in the year 1928; Now Chrysler engineers and craftsmen bring yon an even finer Plymouth- die greatest ever built by Chrysler! All theunie-tested Chrysler Engineering features that hare built Plymouth's popularity are in this latest more than thirty refinements and improvements to give you still smoother performance, longer life, increased economy, greater safety and satisfaction New brakes giye greater stopping power with less pedal pressure; new finish is more durable, easier to keep clean; new rotor-type oil pump maintains specified oil pressure at operating temperature throughout the range of engine speed; new intake manifold shortens the warm-up period, increases horsepowerj These are but a few of the more than 30 reasons why the latest Plymouth is the greatest Plymouth ever built by Chrysler. See it at your nearest ChrysIer-PIymooth-Fargo Imperial Motors (Lethbridge) Limited Blairmore Motors, Blairmore, Alberta. Service Garage, Cardston, Alberta. M. and M. Claresholm, Alberta. Champion Motors, Champion, Alberta. Speedway Motors, Macleod, Alberta. W. S. Stringam, Milk River, Alberta. Imperial Garage, Warner, Alberta. Magrath Co-Operative Association, Magrath, A. and E. Motors, Taber, Alberta. Alberta. A. J. Head, Vauxhall, Alberta. Chief Auto Service, HiHspring, Alberta. Ryte Way Service, Pincher Creek, Alberta. Ward's Garage, Stavely, Alberta. T. T. Follinglo, Skiff, Alberta. Melchin Motors, Raymond, Alberta. T. A. Spackman, Sterling, Alberta.