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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY CROW'S NEST PASS COAL PRODUCTION SHOWING GAIN Alberta's largest coal field, the Crow's Nest Pass, is continuing to shatter production records this year, month by month outputs showing a substantial Decrease over 1945. At the same timp production in the Lethbridge field is running below last; year. Official figures reveal that the Crow's Kest Pass produced was of coal in the first four months of this year, an increase of more than 22 per cent over the 6C2.9H tons produced in the corresponding period of 1945. Month bv month production fig- ures Jor the "Pass follow, with last Year's tonnages in brackets: Jan- uary. February, March. April, Production of the Lethbridge field during the first four months drop- ped from 177.606 tons last year to tons this year. Monthly pro- ductions for the local field, with 1M5 tonnages in brackets, are: Jan- uary, February, 722 March. April, Alberta's total output during the first four months amounted to tons this year, an increase of nearly 16 per ceat over the 8G8 tons produced in the correspond- ing period last year. Producaoa of Alberta's second largest field, the Drumheller area, increased from tons in the first four months of 1345 to tons this year. Under The Bridge GOING TO COAST P. A. Richards, formerly proprietor of Richards Meat Market here, has purchased a business in Vancouver, and is leaving this week to take over its operation. LOCATED IS CITT ilaxme Reed. 16, and Kelea Kiras. 14, of Calgarv. who left their homes Thursday, were located Sunday at Lethbridee. The parents are ar- ranging lor return of the girls. NEW BUS OS WAY A tenth bus Is now on the way for Lethbridge's transit, system. CUy Maaager J. T. Watson told The Herald today. The machine, a Reo bus was shipped from Toronto Thursday and is expected here within two or three days. Several o' the nine buses now in the citys n'ees have above miles and some are seven years old. W Russell of the Lethbridge Korthera colonization department and president of the Lethbridge Saddle Club, is a patient in St. Mich- ael's hospital following a serious accident that occurred tboui; 10 o'clock Saturday night near Dia- mond City. Mr. Russell was out on a riding horse rounding up cattie when, it is presumed, the horse stumbled and he was thrown vio- lentlv to the ground, sustaining se- T, ere "bruises, four broken ribs and a broken jaw. SELLTXG TICKETS Settlement of the U-S. rail striie has caused the resumption of ticket sales to American points, with sev- eral reservations being taken this (Mondav) H. G-. Stretton, ticket agent, revealed Mon- day. TO TAKE CENSUS Southern Alberta residents can be nreoared for a barrage of at least 35 Questions when enumerators start'the job of taking the federal census next Monday. The official TOpulaSons of Alberta, Saskatche- wan and Manitoba will be taken and will be completed by June 30. SHEARING SCHOOL Cardston district sheepmen are attending the annual shearing school Mondav and Tuesday. A school win be held here on Wednes- day and Thursday of this week at the Experimental Farm. JOSEPH M. PLUSKETT DIES Joseph M. Piunkett, 81, died Sa- turdav srening in the Holy Cross hospital as Calgary. He was a resi- dent of Calgary for 38 years. He was bom in Ottawa of a pioneer Bvtown. Ottawa family and liveo. tiTere until 1908. In thai year he moved to Calgary to be account- ant for the -wholesale firm o FUmkett and Savage, a position hi held until his retirement in 1928. six was received into communi- cant membership bv the rite of confirmation. Pastor V. Eiehen- _ub performed the confirmation rite. In his sermon. Rev. Eichen- aub showed how important it is thai the young people walk with God and avoid all those things that re a disgrace to their Christianity. :OAt SHIPMENTS STEADY Coal shipments continue to be normal at around 160 cars a day. tates an official of tXP-R. oSlces here, but livestock shipments are uite light. Grain shipments aver- ge 60 cars a. day. 4KRIYE IX LADY RODNEY Wives of three service personnel coming to southern Alberta arrived in Halifax aboard the Lady Rodney and include Mrs. D. I. R-. Palken- tein. Medicine Hat; Mrs. M. D. ohnson. 1904 Seventh Ave. N., Mrs. J. B. Matkin, Tatertoa Lakes Park. MAIL ORDERS BIG OR SMALL Receive prompt, careful atten- tion. TFrite with confidence to MCCAFFREYS DRUG STORES 331-5th St. S. 414-13th St. N. Phone 2205. Phone 3445 Prepare Now For The NATIONAL CLOTHING COLLECTION Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate Leans "OXFIRMATIOJf SEltlilCE A large congregation was present t the confirmation service which held at Immanuel Lutheran nurch on Sunday morning. A THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN Gyros Welcomed At Scout Camp More than a dozen members of the Lethbndge Gyro Club enjoyed a noon luncheon with local Boy Scouts oa Friday, Victoria Day. when they visited the boys at their camp at the river bottom. Scouts were enjoying their May 24 outdoor camp and competition. Boys went under camas Thursday evening. Saturday afternoon was set aside for visitors. Gyros had what they described as "a very enjoyable time." eating their meal right out to the open. The meal itself was cooked by the Scouts, and included a lamb stew. followed with a fruit salad and coffee. Remarking oa the food they were given, one Gyro commented: "It was good, real They found the camp very in- teresting, and were surprised at the exceptional talents evident among the boys. They heard a brief talk by H. Holldway. provincial exe- cutive commissioner for the Boy Scout Association, who was present from Edmonton to attend the camp. In bis address he emphasized the act that, first class scouts are rained to take care of themselves n any situation. South Alberta Men Ordained VISITOR HERE St. Andrew's Anniversary Speaker Warns of Inroads of Materialism .02 WESTERX AIR RATES Western Air Lines announced to- day that it had Sled with the U.S. civil aeronautics board to become effective June 21 a system wide air freight, one-class tariff between all points on Western Air lines and its subsidiary. Inland Air lines. "The new one-class, air freight tariff will mean a reduction of approximately 50 per cent over present rates for transporting cargo." Arthur C- Smith, cargo traffic manager for Western said. OKAJVAGAJf FRUIT OUTLOOK Slight damage was done to fruir and vegetable crops fay frosts around the latter part of April in the Okanagan Valley but indica- tions point to a heavier yield in all tree fruits according to the B.C. jorticulcural department. Blossoms indicate a heaw crop in all tree fruits and if set is good, apples and pears may run heavier than in 1945. Indications are that cherries and prunes will be lighter than last year. There is an increase in onion acreage over last year but tomato planting acreage is down. Early and late potato plantings are heavy. A normal crop of strawberries is ex- pected. COMMUMTT CENTRES Prepared in response to a de- mand for information and plans oa community centres, a 50-page bulletin has been published by the department of extension. Universi- ty of Alberta. Entitled, "Communi- ty Centres in the ma- terial was prepared by Oonalc Cameron, head of the department. The plans have been prepared as a result of the authors 20 years perience in observing community ills and recreational facilities western Canada. The plans are designed to meet the needs of the rural and small town communi- ties. The booklet is complete with detailed drawings by Prof. C. B-jrgess, formerly professor of architecture at the university. OH, BLOCK CANCELLED Petroleum and natural gas reser- vation rights held by the California Standard Company on 199.520 acres in the extreme corner of south- eastern Aloerta were cancelled last week, according to a report from the department of lands and mines. The department granted similar rights last week to the McColl- Frontenac Oil Company, Ltd., on acres about Wetaskiwia. PASSES AT ORION Mrs. E. M. Eckmier, mother of A. K. Eckmier of Macleod died at her home at Orion, recently. The funeral was held on May 20, on what would have been her S2nd birthday. She came west from her native Ontario in 1906, and with her husband settled in the iledicine j Hat district. Her husband prede- ceased her some 10 years ago. Weather Montreal ____ 68 56 .02 Toronto 65 55 .16 Winnipeg 89 54 Regina 84 4O So.skatoon 89 47 aicine Hat 85 50 Lethbridge 82 53 3algary 73 46 Mmonton 75 47 Vancouver 70 54 Victoria 73 56 M Forecast Lethbridge Cloudy. Showers and :handerstorms in the afternoon to- day and Tuesdav. North winds 15 m.p-h., decreasing to light tonight. South winds 15 m.pJi. Tuesday afternoon. Low tonight at Leth- Jridge 50. High Tuesday 80. Medicine Hat Cloudy" Showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon ay and Tuesdav. Northe'ast; winds 10 m.pji.. decreasing to light over- night. Low tonight at Medicine Hat 50. High Tuesday 80. CLARENCE RHIA5ON Of who was elected restrict governor of Kinsmen clubs ior Alberta at the convention held Saturday and Sucday at Drum- heller The convention will be held !n Lethbridge. Fred Brown of Bdmonton. was named deputy gov- ernor. In addition to Mr. Rhyason. club President J. Lakie, Ronnie Peake. and H. E- Hueston attended from Lethbridge. IJLOYDMIXSTER OH. FIELD Daily production on the Sas- katchewan side at tne Three Southern Albertacs -were j ordained into the Christian ministry Sandav morning in Edmonton as' the Alberta conference of the United Church approached its climax. The ordicands were John Arthur Bear- man, of Blalrmore; Albert Ed- win B.A. of Nanton: John 5 Thomas Horricks BA, Medicine i Hat. The ordination ceremony was eon- ducted by the president oi the con- ference. Rev. J. W. Bainoridge of j High River and took in Me- j Bengali's Church, Edmonton. i Rev. Mr. Boorsaan and Rer. Mr.s Tjoree are eraduaies of the CniYer- sitv of Alberta and St. Stephen's, College. Rer. Mr. Komcks is a graduate of Victoria College and Ecsnsaauel College in Toronto. Rev. rjjg of K. M. Horrlcks of IteEorial Church, j Washington. D.C., who Is a viator of life is Medicine Hat assisted in the crdina- I jn jjje aryj oist-ict. The noted ticn of his son. luthcntv on co-operatives "soil speak Rev. Mr. Boorman !s the to a csHed bv Lethbridge of tnc James M. Mtuer travailing Ht "The corrosion of materialism is; eating at the heart of our society today and causing the break-up of manv declared Her. Frank SS. Morley, PhJX. of Cal- garv on Sundav morning as guest minister at the Diamond Jubilee held in St. An- drew's Presbyterian Church. Speak- ing with relsrsncs to tbe mod- era divorce rate he inferred that the spirit of mutual help and forbearance in which matrimony was undertaken formerly Sad dis- have mastered nature If at me time it, has its soul." the speaker stressed. This was a re- turn to tile ahalt have> no other Gods before me." appeared to a large extent. "la Quebec where I cause from, mar- j ruined life. riage was a contract; but nowadays it has become a 90-day he asserted. The CWy The sane solution, Dr. Mor- ley insisted the way of the cross, "the aaore excellent iay" filled with unity, love, truth, beauty and goodness. Only by self-denial, complete surrender to God's noli could peace and happiness be at- tained. It was selfishness that of us get beyond the ani- mal level of living." he declared, c.iioting Carrel, and reveal- ing that the appeal of material Kerald rewards ixas of sen the bait used by C. G. RAXNDELL i unscrupulous political leaders to Of the livestock and Wool sec- stay in power. -The idea seems to be abroad that the Jesus Chris! let's violence of remarked. S But force and cannot were named along with seven other ministerial delegates to represent at the General Cowed: of the United Church to be held in Montreal in September. Rev. Mr. -Muichmor was made convener of the conference commit- tee for the missionarv and year's leave of absence for post- j pjn graduate study ia Chicago and New York. Rev. H. A. Mutchtoor, and Rev. J. McKehey of Blairmore Dr. Mosrle? ?co3c for his eveniag tojUc: "RTs An Old Arab Custom." The morning serrice was broadcast over CJOC. The featured soloist Miss R. H. HartTsog, R2f, la "Prepare Ye the and tne choir pleased with the anthem.- "Glorious Is Thy Name" by Mozart. Musical items enioved during tbe evening swvlcec -arere: a solo by George Brown, Jr.. an instrumen- tal trio by Mr. and Mrs. G. Brown and G. Henderson, the The Heavens Are Telling" bv Hay- dn, and a ladies' chorus Be To God." by Dicksoa. famseis and others are invited. WEEK-END SHOWERS 5 in a world where the suicide rate f had quadrupled within the last 35 vears. "Is benefits not mankind to OitiC ftftrt oil field is more than 1500 barrels anra fund pledired tc ivt lOJf? tlftft ftfiA in IHt t. a dav. many wells producing more than'lOO barrels a day. C. H. With- ers, Regina drilling contractor, said in Regina. Mr. Withers said that in 1945 the Saskatchewan side of the field produced 15.858 barrels and to the first three months of 1946. 13450 barrels. Plans call for dulling 20 more wells before the the end of July. Announcements DR- D. A. RYLANDS Phone (Not yet listed in 1784 Births ILLEGITIMATE BIRTH RATE HERE IS LOW Illegitimate birth rate in Lethbridge is low. according to the vital statistics bureau at Edmonton with the per- centage here for 1S44 being 3.4. Total number of births here for that year was 409 with 395 of these being legi- timate and 14 illegitimate. The rate is much lower than the "one of every nine" re- corded in Calgary or Edmon- ton's one out of every 13 be- ins illegitimate. in 1945 SIOO.OOO in 1947. Chkk Production Shows Increase It is the live chicks that come out of the shells of settings of eggs that have produced the unusually rate of chick viability reported by Southern Alberta hatcheries this spring. One large district hatchery reveals that it increased chick pro- duction bv 50 per" cent, at the same time showing a hatchabilitr rate of 84 per cent. Other hatcheries in the district speak of 12 to !5 per cent increase in chick production. The hatching season is expected to be over by June 7. Week-end weather of the Lethbridge railway division was generally cloudy and calnt with light rain reported at Clareshoim with heavy -showers at PJneher Creek. Cowley re- ported .11. Light rain fell in Lethbridge Sunday. The hijb. in Lethbridgre Sunday was 82. HOSPITAL PATIENT Under examination for a possible fracture to her leg caused bv a se- vere fall Sunday. Mrs. Hatty De- vine, 511 6th Ave. S., is now a patient in Gait hospital. _ PASSES IX CITY Mrs. Mabel Lovekin of 226 14th Street X. succumbed tnzs Monday morning in a city hospital at the age of 72 years. Among those left 10 "moam is her husband. John P. Lovefcn. Arrange-- rnents for funeral are in the hands of Martin Bros., and will be announced when com- pleted. Mr. and Mrs. HI Hayner announce the birth of a sen, William Regia- aid. on May 19th at St. Michael's Hosnital. 814 Deaths away on Mon- day, May 27th. Mabel Annie, aged j 72 -fears, beloved wife of Mr. John P. Lovekin of 225-14th St. North. Services wfll be held in St. Mary's Auglican church on "Wedensday at 2 pJn., the Rev. R, W. Cowan of- ficiating. Interment in 3oounialn View cemetery. Martin Bros, direc- tors of funeral service. 837 GffTWARES PLASTIC GLASS FIGURES VASES Ses them and buy them at Commercial Printers and Office 7th Street South, Outfitters, phone 2999 "THE GIFT In Memoriam in loving memory of our dear sis- ter, ?.lrs. Hannah Thompson, who passed away on May 27, 1S40. Till memory and life departs, Shell always live within our hearts. Ever remembered by pern, Ralph and Elsie HalL 815 For Goodness sake-Try Red Rose REDROSE is good tea" In loving memory of Mrs. Hannah Thompson, who died May 27, Time takes away the eage of grief, But memory turns back every leaf. Inserted by her loving husband and family. 813 In loving memory of cur dear aunt, Mrs. Hannah Thompson, who passed away on May 27, 1940. Deep in our hearts a memory Is kept, Of one we loved and will never forget. Ever remembered by Irene, Sid, Ralph and Donald Solley. 317 In loving memory of our dear aunt, Mrs. Hannah Thompson, who passed away on Maj' 27th. 1940. Not just today but day, In silence we remember. Ever remembered by Nancy, Dan and Margaret Morrison. 816 Meetings Horticultural Society The Lethbridge and District Hor- ticultural Society will hold a meet- ing of the officers and directors in the Y.M.C.A. (games room) Mon- day, May 27 at sharp. All of- ficers and directors are requested to be in attendance. The regular meeting of Viaduct Lodge No. 53, I.O.OP. Tsill be held in the Odd Fellows hall on Tuesday evening. May 2Sth at 8 o'clock. The first deeree will be conferred. Visi- tors welcome. FIRE CALL When a small frame shed situated close to the house caught on fire. the city fire brigade was called at pjn. Saturday to the residence of L. Thomas. 641 12th St. A, X. Only minor aamage was incurred. Supma Store News FREE TIRE INSPECTION AVOID SLOW Df SERVICE We will examine your tires, remove nails, glass, etc. Trimbles for Tires Re-Built Engine Block Assemblies Ford A, 1928-31 Ford B, 1932-34 Ford VS. h.p. Ford VS. h.p. Dodje, 1934-42 Plymouth, 1934-43 PonUac, 1925-31 Chevrolet, 1928. 4 cyL Chevrolet. 1937-41 MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers 34-PIECE SOCKET SETS In metal case Morris Barrett HARDWARE Vataes of buildinf propertin, hamehold effects, etc, have in- creased considerably. 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