The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on April 19, 1961 · 12
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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada · 12

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Wednesday, April 19, 1961
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PAGE TWELAE CITY TRAFFIC COURT William George Itowson, Oxbow, paid a total of $10 and costs on charges of careless driving and failing to report an accident. Careless driving and driving without an operators licence cost Alvin Franklin Jordison, 17 Slapleford, $30 and costs. Gerald .1. Jalbert, 360 Angus street, was fined $10 and costs and prohibited from dnving for 60 days for not yielding the nght-of way to a pedestrian. Fifteen motorists paid fines ranging fiom $10 and costs to $25 and (osts on speeding e harges Fined $35 and costs were. Richard Tinhne, 2424 Montague stieet, and Barry Roberts, 116 Angus crescent, both seen racing on Albert street at speeds ranging from 40 to 60 miles per hour. Lath was ordered to surrender his operators licence for 90 days I Mary I Gunstenson, 2340, Cornwall street, John Nicholson, I 2503 Lacon street, and Lloyd J Kent Dunn, 836 Empress street, paid $20 and costs each. Fines of $15 and costs were imposed on Irvin Armbruster, 340 Robinson street, Richard Ro-beits, 404 Broadway avenue east, Harvey Berenbaum, 74 Motherwell crescent, Chester Brown, 74 Dolphin Bay, Archie Mclnnis, 820 Cameron street, Eberhard Ilahn, 5 Dolphin Bay, and Reginald Lakes, 1351 Retal-lac k street Speeding fines amounting to $10 and costs were paid by Joseph Guerin, 1735 Connaught street, Theodore McVeigh, 2270 Argyle stieet, and Reginald Strong, 3260 Garnet street. Fraser W hyte, 2608 Coronation street, paid $15 and costs for using plates on a car other than the one they were issued for Dnving without an operators licence resulted in a $15 and costs fine for Phillip Weisger-ber, Vibank A charge of careless dnving cost Gerald Walsh, 1942 York street, $15 and costs. Court was told Walsh took his eyes off the road to light a cigaret and struck a parked car Ulrich Legien, 1015 Victoria avenue, was fined $15 and costs for dnving too close behind the vehicle preceding him. Failing to stop at a red traffic signal resulted in $15 and costs fines for Percy McGowan, 2072 Princes strept, George Sigmeth, Bethune, and Norman Schneider, 2328 Lome street. STOCK YOUR FREEZER RED OR BLUE RIBBON BEEF 85 to IDO lbs. Avg. 175 to 210 lbs. Avg lb. 85 to 100 lbs. Avg Choice SIDES Cut To Your Requirements j 50 to 55 lbs, Avg lb. SIDES OF PORK A Al l LS i John Malm, 1575 Rothwell street, and Bill Flamand, 2538 Wallace street, paid $10 and costs and $15 and costs respectively for proceeding from a stop sign before it was safe. Failing to keep to the right of a boulevard resulted in a $10 and costs fine for Robert Finnic, 2435 Gordon road Otto Sigethy, 1875 Atkinson street, paid $10 and cos's for not signalling a turn. Verden V. Yahnke, 2221 Osier street, was fined $5 and costs for crossing the centre line of a street before first proceeding to an intersection. Leslie Voechting, 11 Ingersoll crescent, paid two $5 and costs fines for overparking Dons Kirehmeier, 1711 Scarth street, paid $5 and costs on one similar charge Highway traffic court Alfonse Kretchner, 2332 Rctal-lack street, was fined $35 and costs for operating a vehicle in the Val Mane district at a speed which was unsafe for road conditions. James Keller, 3959 Cameron street, was fined $25 and costs for speeding 75 miles an hour in the Montmartre district Charles Ellis, Toronto, was Rned $20 and costs for speeding 70 miles an hour in the Regina district. Victor Hugo, Kisbey, was fined $15 and costs for speeding 65 miles an hour in (he Regina district Speeding 32 miles an hour in a 25 mile an hour zone in the Lebret district resulted in a $10 fine and costs to Charles Stil-born, Lorlie. THINKING PERIOD VIENNA (AP) The Justu e Ministry is seeking passage of a law giving persons who sign agreements for instalment purchases three days to think the matter over before the deal takes effect A ministry spokesman said the measure is designed mainly to give housewives extra protection against high-pressure salesmen ...... lb. lb. Young Grain-fed ( ut and Wrapped . LI I rCTIA E Till RSD AA , APRIL mmmiix W$ CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED COMPUTES I7 00QMPH ORBIT IN 891 MINUTES. ; CD. ORBITAt PAiM iouui nm 18.419 LBS LIFTS 18,419 LBS i IN PAYLOAD.-.- SrL, SPACEMANS ITINERARY: This diagram shows the itinerary of Soviet spaceman Maj Auri Gagarin dunng his flight from, around and back to the earth Maj Gagarin orbited the earth and was recovered safely The trip took 108 minutes Brothers in court for beating cabbie Two Regina biothers, Peter and Michael Lorenz, 401 Victoria avenue, were convicted in city police court Tuesday on charges of common assault. Court heard evidence of a cab dnvcr being beaten April 2 after questioning his fare on their destination Michael was given a 30 - day jail term for his part in the episode, while Peter, whom the magistrate ruled had a lesser part, was fined $25 and costs. Cab driver Lome Purdy, 720 Rctallack street, told in his evidence of picking up two men and two women on Assimboine avenue early in the morning. When asked their destination, one of the men replied giving the name of a restaurant that has not exsted in Regina for a number of years When the cab driver admitted he did not know where to go. Pork 35c lb. 20 VKM THE LEADER-POST, REGINA, SPACESHIP EJECTS lSiO 109 JME HIGH ORBIT.. t WvA - ' 'X the men became abusive. One struck him several times blackening his eye and breaking his dentures. Michael said he had been the one who hit Purdy and that his brother had only tried to break it up. He also said he was pretty drunk and could not remember too much of what had happened Peter Lorenz evidence was similar to his brother's. He hadnt hit the driver and the driver had started aU the trouble by refusing to dnve the group. Lake imler level line The water level in Wascana Lake is suficient to allow for adequate sprinkling'of lawns and gardens at the Legislative building grounds Deputy Works Minister J A Langford told The Leader - Post Mondiy that while the lake level is lower than last year, it is a good deal higher than it was two years ago "There was a fair amount of snow in the trees and the runoff from this was sufficient to replenish the lake, ha said The creek is rather dry west 1 of the spillway, however. Some preparatory work, such as raking, has been done on the grounds and sprinkling wall i start in a week or two, depending on the weather, he said Last rites ior pioneer , INDIAN HEAD (Special) Funeral service for Mrs. Mary Isabella Colton, 91, was held re-i cently in St. Andrews United J church with Rev E S. Dixon ' officiating. Burial was in the Indian Head cemetery resident of Saskatchewan for 75 years, Mrs. Colton died in Indian Head hospital Born at Bearbrook, Ont , Mrs Colton came west with her i parents in 1886 and settled with them on a farm near Tregarva. In 1891 she married Marvin ! Colton in Regina where they lived for a short time before moving to a homestead in the Tregarva district. In 1916 they moved to Edgeley, in 1922 to Abernethy, and in 1939 to a farm north of Indian Head Four years after the death of her husband in 1944, Mrs. Collon moved to Indian Head Mrs Colton was an active worker for the Red Cross society Resides her husband, Mrs Colton was predeceased bv a daughter in 1917 and a son in 3956 She is survived by four daughters, Mrs Alma Jones, Edgeley, Mrs Ida Hitchens, Abernethy, Elsie and Eva at home; two sons, Percy, Skagway, Alaska, and Eldon at home; 29 grandchildren and 42 great - grandchildren Terms suspended for tivo youths Two Regina youths were given 18 month suspended sentences when they appeared for sentence in city police court Monday on charges of breaking, entering and theft, and car theft Kenneth Pa'ruk Law lor, 17, of 241 Halifax street north, and Melvin Lariv Kish. 16, of 360 Ottawa street, had previously pleaded guilty to the charges Both were charged with theft of a late model station wagon, the theft of a rash register fiom P a r k d a 1 e Groc ery, Second avenue and McTavish street, and the theft of hats and coats fiom St. Johns United church. Fourth avenue and McTavish street Thcv weto arrested early in (lie morning, Apnl 19, after be mg c based uoith on Winnipeg sliect m the stolen vehicle Thev were seen throwing the stolen e ish re tst r cut I of the e ar an 1 siilisi epie nl investigation tesull-e d in the e h ii e of sle almg ft oni ti e Inin h WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19. 1961 SHIP DECELERATES FOR REENTRY DE ATMOSPHERE 'ttst vi' CHUTE LANDS SHIP 108 MINUTES AFTER BLASTOFF-, XN K'v v Written tests for students Written examinations will be conducted Friday at 7 p m at the Chamber of Commerce office for students interested In taking part in the teen-age safe driving road-e o May 7 The Regina Junior Chamber of Commerce road-e-o, sponsored by Redi-Mix Concrete, is held annually to promote safe driving among Reginas and the nation's teen-age drivers Information about the annual event will be given to students by Jaycees who will visit high schools Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Interested students will take a written test Friday night and those with highest marks will advance to the road e-o, to be held Sunday at 1 p m. at Broadway shopping centre. Winners of the road-e-o will become eligible for the provincial finals in Aoikton, when candidates for the national road e-o to be held m Halifax Julv 5, will be selected To qualify, applicants must be under 29 years of age by July 5 They must have a drivers licence and a clean record of no moving traffic violations m the six months pnor to registration PERMITS $609 909 Building pel nuts issued during the week of April 7 to April 13 totalled close to $600,000, statistics from the citjs building department show. Among the larger permits issued were $125,-000 to E. C Smith for building of a 22 suite apartment at 1520 Alexandra street and to $50,000 Canadian Aircraft company for building of hanger and office at Regina Municipal airport Parking For 1,000 Cars Phone LA.2-8517 VISIT OUR NEWEST STORE IN THE golden mile shopping centre HERE'S OUR STORE OPENING SPECIAL FOR APRIL 2(1, 21, 22 ONLY (AT OCR GOLDEN MILE PLAZA STORE ONLY) 2 SUITS, DR 2 PLAIN DRESSES 1.99 2 TROUSERS, OR 2 PLAIN SKIRTS 99c 1 SUIT AND 2 SHIRTS 1.49 U WIN A BICYCLE i Register at our store as often as you like for the I next 30 days and become eligible to win a beauti-i vlC ful expensive tuevde Evcivone who enters our 2 ts. Jt, stun can register llfj The b t ( c 1 e will be awalded M n Jubil t ' ' MUxOf I--" - Smishek lawyers Lawyers have declared open season on the trade union movement, Saskatchewans labor laws and the labor relations board, said W E Smishek, executive secretary of the Saskatchewan Federation of Labor, Tuesday in a press statement. He was referring to the report of a speech made by J R Davidson, a Regina lawyer, to the Saskatchewan Branch of the Canadian Plumbing and Mechanical Contractors Association, April 13. Quoting Mr Davidson as calling the labor relations board the court of last resort and saving that a paity has no Sask. wildlife work outlined A picture of the aspects of management and resarch on wildlife was presented to members of the Regina Natural History Society Monday night during their regular monthly meeting in the museum auditorium by N Maliepaard, wildlife ecologist working for the Dept of natural resources, Prince Albert Besides the wildlife branch, there are a number of other agencies concerned with wildlife, and they work closely with our department, said Mr. Malie-paard In order to enjoy wildlife at a maximum level, a great deal of reseat ch is involved. What is rosearch management? In Saskatchewan, there are four ecologists working and trying to take care of the needs most urgently needed by wildlife. At the present time, wildlife does not appear to bo Important with some people, because we have a lot of it. However, if in time some is lost, then wildlife will become more important, he said Mr. Maliepaard was born in Java of Dutch parentage and received his degree from Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph. His father is deputy minister of agriculture in Holland Food retailers discuss plans A seminar called to discuss future plans for comprehensive advertising promotions was held by a number of group food retailers associated with Western Grocers Ltd , in the Shrine Temple, Monday In attendance were over 60 retailers and wives from the area sui rounding Regina. Other topics dealt with Included produce merchandising, store managemenut and expense control A film concerning methods of increasing productivity was shown An address entitled What the housewife looks for and expects m her food store, was delivered by Mrs Alma Renner, of Regina. Similar meetings are being conducted from the Lakehead to British Columbia. attacks stand further remedy, Mr Smishek said, He must be a very poorly informed lawyer, for if he checked tne records he would find that since 1944 more than 30 labor relations decisions have been taken to various courts He also quoted Mr Davidson as stating that in Saskatchewan there are 20 acts and 70 orders in-councii or regulations dealing primarily with labor relations, and replied that nothing could be further from the truth. There is only the Trade Union Act and one set of regulations to regulate labor - management relations, the same as there are in other provinces, added Mr Smishek Some of the advice Saskatchewan lawyers have been giving employers is ill-conceived and will not help employee - employer relations. They are doing a disservice to the people of Saskatchewan, said Mr. Smishek. CCFcr urges oil contract talks ATIKOKAN, Ont (CP)-CCF Leader MacDonald said Tuesday night the best way to guarantee Ontario farmers a fair share of natural gas and oil rights might be to enact legislation to force the companies to renegotiate contracts He told a New Party rally that sharp corporation lawyers pursuaded farmers to sign contracts in the early days when the real value of the resources could not have been known. These Ontario farmers will get Justice only if it is possible to renegotiate the contracts into which they were high - pressured, Mr. MacDonald said. PER CAPITA GAIN Aus t r a I i as Gross National Product for the 1959 60 fiscal year was $1,500 per capita, an increase of 614 per cent. nEBBEESEEBBBBSnBBSEIBBEB&Qig; INSTALL A SILVER LINE DELUXE GAS FURNACE FOR AS LITTLE AS 214.00 BALZERS SHEET METAL & HEATING LTD. 5 720 12th Avenue Phone LA.2-9386 N II H H Serving Regina For Over 20 Years g n b HlSSBBBEEBBBSEEEEEEE5EBEBEfi3 FREE Each person to visit our store en April 20, 21, 22 will receive a free gift, and a pleasant welcome fiom ou i staff 'aJ r i ft 1 X Ullll held Tuesday Funeral service was held Tuesday in Speers funeral chapel for John Frederick Young, 68, 2348 Cameron street, who died Friday Rev N I). Kennedy officiated and burial was in Masonic plot, Riverside Mem anal Park Born in Halifax, Mr. Young moved to Saskatchewan In 1909 and homesteaded m the Cabri district He came to Rcgma in 1917 and worked for Graham Faige Company and later the Ford Motor Company, after which he worked for Allis-Chalmers. Mr Young retired in 1957 He married the former Marie Montgomery of Regina in 1923 Mr Young was a member of the King Hiram Masonic lodge No 104 Resides his wife Mr Young is survived by two sons, G Maurice, Kelowna, and 1 red M , 1213 Minto street, a daughter, Mrs. Jean M Edwards. Kelowna, three brothers, Tom, Winnipeg, George, Fort William, Ont, and Jim, Saskatoon; two sisters, Mrs T. Gertrude Hankins, Roseray, Sask, and Mrs. Dome Pomeroy, Fort St. John, B C ; also six grandchildren. YIIJ $250 THIS 17EES ft's easy, ft's fan, ft's ttw-popuiar CasMfiforc$ Puzzle, ft's fast 0 a sirapfa cross-word pwrfa. so, con on and piqr every week in the STAR WEEKLY Tm Mnom west is worn Cl n a ii N a n a H n M U a n n ri n M II U a a WITH AN APPROVED TRADE regular price 1 50 ea. regular price 75o ea. regular price 2 00 GIFT ,

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