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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 12, 1952, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                r fAGE 32 WINNIPEG FREE JULY 1952 93crnr HOUSES FOR SALE FORT OLDER STYLE STUCCO 3 4 Wei near 43 NORTH END 4 R STUCCO ultra Oil 594 247 or WEST 4 lovely oak oil Price only with FLORA MODERN 6 dose to school and 1 m 51 4 3 YEARS LOT no sewer near Sept 203 BALMORAL PLACE 12 RED BRICK 5220 plus lovely 4 for An H 27 7 4 DOWN aad 3 rented at up Price WARDLAW 9 UP AND cash terms to at 30 REVENUE BEARING 5 Near Lansdowne and Main Box SCHO Free SNAPPY 4 NEW TYPE built 5 years nice Hogan 41 SOLID 6 Maple Owner must 49232 or 30090 ST STOREY 4 Price with 67 No ALEXANDER NEAR SHERBROOK 1 rm 3 large low 59S 775 CLOSE TO PORTAGE BUILT FOR OWN et 6 Very attractive and 41 032 or 9 RM HOUSE BANNERMAN VA 935 42S 404 6 ON DOUBLE lot with up 54 88 AFRICANS ARRESTED PORT South At July 11 eight Africans were arreste Thursday for breaking racialseg legation laws at the Brighto railroad station and post offic The arrests brought to 203 th number of men and women arres ed for their parts in the African Indian passiveresistance cam paign against the government whitesupremacy 91 CITV SUBURBAN LOTS 120 FRONTAGE ON YOUNG SOUT of Apply 239 McAdam P 525 46 FRONT GOOD LOCATION 100 ON CAMPBELL RIVE 424 FOR 45 LOT ON FLEE near 922 LOT ON INKSTER APPLY 68 Stgin after LEAVING MUST SELL 60 LO on Best 402 96 BUSINESS DIRECTORY AND CONTRACTING CONCRETE PILES OUR SPECIALTY Straight or Spread Piles To any Most modern equipment used repacking and levelling of MIGNACCA 13SO WALL ST 33541 days 57141 evgs DUSKO AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS New construction PRIVATE 9 furniture corner lot Has oak floors very good Under pinning WITH and levelling Wlitl Concrete PHONE 24 697 EOSEBERRY 6 STONE Phone 929 727 HANDY TO 5 GOOD Less for 208 NEAR STAFFORD WELL kept 4 room Cash or 423 55 INKSTER 6 HOUSE Open ANTHONY 4 stucco Stoker 12 OR Ful and Furnace gar Apply 319 BOYD NEAR price Phone owner 57 in 3 FREE ESTIMATES ON PLAST cement or carpenter Change made for Repairing and beaut tying Winnipeg homes for 34 Found ation work a For a perfect io and reasonable charges phone CONRO INCREASE YOUR INCOME AND RE duce the burden ol high expenditures duplexing your For Information plans and free for any type of aitera tions in all phone 526 CARPENTRY AND REMODELLING homes porches new and at tics recreation and cabinet Phone 592 FIRST CLASS CONCRETE WORK DONE New basements and garage drive patios also 501 789 CONCRETE CONCRETE concrete piers H n concrete Jacking base plaster LUXTON ATTRACTIVE b Tom 502 585 home selling at a Phone 398 986 or 452 McKENZIE 5 CARPENTER REPAIRS RESIDENTIAL and commercial Call Olson half full gar age Owner 756 Mountain 597 OoSI 5 41 Construction 423 ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS PLASTERING concrete basements and ASHBURN 5 SUN 929 727 5 ROOM NEWLY DECORA 592 Mountain WEST 7 2 SETS OF PLUMB oil cash and 3D BUILDING REMODEL general cemen step on SO REMODELLING HOMES AND JACKING Under pinning and full 525 Free BASEMENT POURING CON 314 Lelghton Ph 501 ALL WEIGHTS Large quantities of clay Large 595 No MARYLAND 9 ROOM clear 29 BUILDING SUPPLIES 124 IIilON 8 could make into CLIFTON STREET 7 full 928 ROOM JUBILEE 47 4 ROOM Fully BUN Ph 5 No 882 VACANT 5 Owner 466 NEW 4 SEMI 20o 7ROOM CASH TO MORTGAGE ofall 510 Agnes SRM MODERN 562rfrembley I860 ELGIN 5 GOOD 523 4 ROOM SALE Phone 595 001 afttr 6 PRICE 7 RM 844 Mc Derfnot 29 236 MORLEY GOOD nice WARM SURPLUS QUONSETS famous all steel quonset buildings 40 less than Va cost only Erect it simple PACIFIC MARINE SUPPLY 1400 Pendcr Street BUILDER SAVE TO FOUR Dollars per window In your building Send for free A few choice terri tories still available for suitable distribu RockLock Box Station WESTERN FIR PER 1000 and Bernhard Lumber 59S Munro East 503 RING THE LUMBER NUMBER 925 CHIMNEY SWEEPS CHIMNEY SWEEP with vacuum Call 444 FLOOR SANDING FLOORS SANDED AND dustless 3 coat Special S10S12 a 25 years 30 23 for INSCLATIXG ROCK WOOL INSULATION Asbestos tank Hilton Phone 37 U Of Manitoba Announces Results Of Practical Music Examinations The University of Manitoba Sat urday announced results of prac tical examinations in music taken under the Western Board of Music Visiting examiners with di ploma board this year were Dr James University ol Minneapolis Burton supervisor of school Vancouver and Edgar violinist and from Edmon Examinations singing were conducted by and all grades of violin by Other examinations vere conducted by Manitoba musi of grades in Following is a list of candidates at the University school of All names below licentiate grade appear in order of merit PIANO GHADE XI FIANO First class honors Gerald GKADE XI PIANO First class honors Voth Constance Yancis Patricia Young qual MacDonald Dianne Honors Rust Marion Shaw Elinor equal Leggatt Delores 3oone Pass Evans Standing equal DePape Mary Helman GKADE X TEACHERS Pass Sando equal Goard GKADE X PERFORMERS First class honors MacMaster isler Sandra Green Dorothy Brisbin Mar Durston Louise Dyer Fingas Rita Gillett Loreen Dau Greene Johnson Verle Clear Jopling Sylvia Lemoine Patricia Tole Donald Pilot Pass Bush Gloria Casson Lewis equal Bernter Pauline Jean Lemoine Gab riel Morgan Catherine Car Robertson Elizabeth Stuny Moun Tibbatts Beverley equal Chapman Rosemary Durnam Marilyn Pilot Evans Ada Nee Fujishige Laidlaw Martin Vincent Nichol Doreen Portage la equal Fotheringham Heather Hepworth Helen Shoal Pfeifer Gertrude Sawatsky Margaret equal Braun Hole Nancie Lou iubin equal Arbuthnot Margaret portage la Doern Fore man Leach Richards Janet equal Goldstein Sil verthorn Dorothy equal Casson Kenneth Hen son equal Cowan Joan Angus Dowler equal DeRoo Mau reen Gislason Valery Hay Last Georgina Mueller Valter Protheroe Quinn Sandmoen Joyce GRADE IV PIANO Michener Martha Cuddy Wil Lowe Sanders Trick equal HOUSE WITH OR WITH OUT 522 McAdaro bet 6 and 8 liSTOREY LOW 301 day 592 105 12 VERY Wellington 444 ICE WEST STUCCO LOV ely Priced 723 6 IN LOVELY 33 ON RUBY NEW 4 STUCCO 692 BAN nerman 592 448L MORLEY 2 6 Tjerms 48 REVENUE BEARING 9 ROOMS HOUS of 923 1H Owner STORES WEST PRICED FOR QUICK LEAVING What offers 478 Higgins y ROOM QUICK 592 Apply 936 Selkirk slRM BUNGALOW WITH SUN Hot 594 42S 384 SINCLAIR fully 5 ROOM BUN MODERN ALSO choice 50 Apply 471 McAdam WEST END 6 727 XORTH 1 4 Jrice 525 BRICK WILL TAKE test 1125 Manitoba 6 ROOM BEVERLY DEC price 923 4 HOUSE CASH 1S3S William 94 CITY SUBURBAN LOTS BUILDING LOTS WELLINGTON River frontage Ash and 125x250 per ARNOLD Near BEAVERBROOK adjoining 553 40 KENASTON Tuxedo and 50 ft WELLINGTON CRESC and 150 per SOUTH DRIVE south of 100 per KIRBY GARDNER 234 Portage Avenue 923 371 AEROPAK FIBRE BASE Blower fire resist will not Free 744 PAINTING AND DECORATING INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR roof free estimates Country con tracts 48 S56 or write Box 1S30 Free GARA ges sidewalks laid 27 years prices material and work Phone 88 EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR DECORA ting done by experienced For estimates please call PLUMBING AND HEATING LOWEST PRICES ON PLUMBING AND heating supplies for home or Modern bathroom Furnaces and stokers for gravity and forced air Also new and used iron and steel septic disposal drainage Call or write for free SCHWARTZ IRON METAL 299 Jarvis 597 309 Honors am Shkolnik Shirley Janik Willis Catherine Flin Flon qual Sinclair Marlene Shaw Elinor Rus Pass McCullagh Thomas Bar equal Laycock Marjorie Foxwar McManus Patricia Day Marian Doern Claudia lilne Rayner Sheehan GRADE IX PIANO First class honors Plant Jocelyn Belton heila Boivin Honors Gilmorc Shelagh Gunston Joan riin Stark equal Sorger Toews Audrey Pass Halstead Malcolm qual McKennitt Joyce Beverley equal Johnston Patricia Me onald Yvonne Flin Wilson Joyce Mathew Loreley McCrae Janet Young equal White utlrey Christie Nan GKADE VIII PIANO First Class Honors Guthrie William uberman Kelly equal ffe Averil Thorvaldson Evelyn Jescoo Tadman equal Payne linor Dupuis Walkof Shirley equal Peebles Alison Lowery Mohr Mousseau Jean equal Prescott Wach nual mms lack Longley Honors Michnowsky Resa Bowyer isher Harvey Lorraine acDonald Mayes Marlon urray Marjorie Petrie Eli Platford Henriette equal ennett Chapman Louise Bran Galanchuk Suderman Eliza th equal Rankin Lenore Hart andra Kirkpatrick Barbara acLeod equal Aikman raun Albert Laing Mac ulay Neilson equal Put e Shirley Home Lyons Margare alaher equal Dridger Claire Al Fisher Lloyd Hardy Eve Pass Aitken Borger Bar Gardner Goudie Louise acDonald equal Ham Shirley einrichs Anna Reed Carolyn empel Pass Hicks Janet Siemens Ann Ai nu Reimer Nora SchenK sie equal Carlton Har eaves Edna Shoal equal Gagnon onica St GRADE VII PIANO First class honors Cuddy Lola Pauls Penner Velma equal arp Phyllis Flynn Betty Ann Dolynchuk equal Clark Penny Hutton a Stevens equal Chris nsen Alvilde Island Frie Joan Giles Marjorie Pitblado Rudkin ort Wall Honors Bastick Dryden indley Prefontaine Mariette Regehr Walton Jacque equal Arkin Sheila Lyon Betty ant Neufeld Loretta ual Richards Nora Friesen Anne Al Hooge Phyllis Plum Mur equal Carr Friesen Gil equal Bourne Cook equal Clydesdale Manos equa Pass Gee Donna Campbell Montgomery Mykle equal Dennis Kasper Mary Mani Proteau Protheroe equal Graham Dianne Froebe Grant Karlowsky Martin Mona Wedel Hilda equal Uglanica Luba Kowal ski Shaw Lavina equal Jamieson Catherine Wyatt Betty Ander son Bamford Joyce Clay Dorothy Flin GRADE VI PIANO First class honors Moore James Bran Ormiston Marilyn Peterman Marsha Abosch Cote James Helen Grosse Niemczyk Penner Loreen equal Hamilton Shirley Janzen Alan Plum Olfrey Marine Crystal equal Clapham Fraser equal Gibson Nahirny Wansbrugh equal Merrell Patricia Flin Redekopp Adeline equal Dennis Kathleen Ewens Fujishige Kines Helen Flin Mclntosh Neufeld First class honors Morrow Morna Leslie sobel Tough David Grant Stafford equal Conway Hrushowy rene Kogan Simms luth equal Harland Janet Whicker equal At tinson Gouin Moore Muirhead McLeod Kenneth Mac equal Baker Campbell Jean Shoal Hyde Patricia Wink Keddie Diana Flin Kennedy Labun Lenora Lahun garet Pine Gordon Shirley Brook Gratton Ellis The Helnke Billy Pine Jacobs Kathleen The Koizamanin McCutcneon Donna Sommerviile Lynne Sorger Wilson equal Gouin Landry Carmel Jean Lloyd Molette Louse Roberta Billy Flin Flon Sill Skinner Barbara Portage la Spidell Lorenne Tasker Honors Galbraith Greenhalgh Marjorie Mortimer equal Cochran Marilyn Finnie Roslyn Klassen Edith Home Lyttic Jean Portage la McDonald Simonson Delores Staley Karen Portage la Stieler Torrance equal Garrett Jacqueline Lawrence Doreen Neufeld Pucnniak Trager Esther The equal Bodie Marie iarper Carol Oke Berla Dar Rempel Townsend equal Cochlan Carole Portage la lenry Robert Island Le moine Roberta Peters Helen Puls equal Bowes Eidt Jean Ochre Fletcher Alan Glennic Keith Mac North Willa Redekopp Theodore Rowe Ronald Pine equal Drier Harrison Ethel McDole Watson Whyte Colleen Pilot equal Bezo Clarence Delichte Eileen Docrn Edkins Marlene Gilroy Edward Portage la Hadland Garry Legary Lois Pilot Melnick Sonja Morgan Lorraine Morrison Myrna equal Floyde Margaret Davidson Valerie DeRuyck Marie Brux Is Powerful Bell Tells Crowd At Carman Fair Robert OBrien Catherine Sloker Wicks equal Cumpbell Dawson Jimmle The Mychalczyshyn Stella Shoal Tellier Young Young Honors Harder Alice Walters Evelyn equal Buchanan Bruce Crystal Debow Enns Hazel Erllchman Jacob Mildred Kochuk Laufersweiler Lenore Mold Murray Pooley Jean Scott Suderman Walter Chenier Clare Jean Darewych Teresa Mountain Go Violet Rich Bever equal Blanchard Branson Merle Brunet Jeannine Jean Epp Marlene McGili Julia Crystal Mclntosh Neu feld Margaret C Spidell Elaine equal Lenton Wayne Ridge MacKenzie Kenneth Mercury Mueller Marie Mani McKie Ann Crystal Mc Kinnon Warren Peck Donna Warkentin equal Balac ki Joyce Stony Berezowecki Dyck Frascr Rita Bins Cans Marlene The Garaml Louise Jean Murray Elaine Root Jean Emerson Simp son Waddell Shelagh Dominion Pass Leslie Carol Island Thorsteinson equal Fraser Doro thea Strutt Walter Portage la Wiebe Wilson equal Lumax Glenda Ormiston Beatrice Portage fa Wallace Rosa equal Strecker Lorraine Portage la Prior Aidyne Portage la Whalley equal Adams Anne Flin Cans Helen The equal Van Damme Eileen equal First Voigt Danny GRADE Kasper Bestland Harlan Brun class honors Pruefer Erwin Shoal I PIANO Kuhn Annette Wedge Aooil Murray Portage la equal Flnnie Douglas lespie Harland Portage la Gil Hall Lorna McAuley Patricia Elm cqilul Dimond Pearl Surgeoner Marie Dyck Howard Finnic Robert Portage la Moulden Mar Skinner equal Chiurka Terry Duncan Barry Duncan McLeod McNaughton Verstratete equal Adrain Eileen Bell Lee Marinn Huguette Jean Martin The Vance Margaret Flin equal Antonation Melvyne lOakburn Giesbrecht Death Bernice Geraldine Gislason equal Asgeirson Bailey Landry Simone Jean erley Harrison Liebrecht Merrill Mau Sharon Swan equal Bcavis Mary Crystal Fahner Dorothy Glad Funk Ruth The MacLeod McCoy Gail Pilot Shields Shore Pat Tole Lois Crystal equal Carter Gail Grosse Hiebert Elva Plum Mor recn Portage la Rutley Frances Flin Whytc Zdan Jane Portage la Zymantaite equal Calrna Irene Dan denault Duncan Glasman Lorna Keast Donald Portage la Mills William Pine row Grace Polowy Teresr Stewart Margaret High equal The Pouteau Marlene Swan akelJ rbuckle Herbert Crystal Boyd Windus Beverley Campbell Christina son Lois Ochre Bremnult Aline ochrane Bonnie Decuypere Pat Cooper Isabel Coad Jessie The Seehack Garner Beth Hone Louise Hogue The Preston Pauline Pine Windsor Lois Pilot Barbara Shoal Smith Wright Pass Carter Marjorie Grosse Honors Fahner Sharon Frechette Yvonne Pierre Chard Redekopp Ernest RECORDING MACHINES TAPERITER THE OFFICE Dictating Sales General Office 934 662 ROOFING WINNIPEG ROOFING COMPANY LTD 722406 after hours 34 264 or 63 279 McKAY ROOFING 27036 596 645 538 Notre Asphalt InsulBric siding CANADIAN HOME IMPROVEMENT Roofing ano Ericls Free Estimates 347 Notre Dame FOR OIL BURN ers and furnace call Herbert Sheet 874 Bannerman 524 013 day or TOHING TOWIXG EXPERTS oHERBROOK MOTORS UPHOLSTERING MATTRESSES S2 AND Day also boxspring mattresses rnd recovertd 1857 Notre Phone 28 JFOR COMPLETE BEDDING AND UP bolstering service call Western Burnell CHARLESWOOD ACREAGE Wexford North of Water and light Lot 50x157 Buckingham Road Lots 75 x 254 and 160 X 254 and 275 X 254 and KIRBY i GARDNER S34 Portage Avenue 923 RIVER HEIGHTS Choice 50 feet on Lanark Street These choice lots Reasonable offers will be iccepted Phone Brennan 926 61 S s s s s s WALL STREET 100 feet Immediately south of 200 feet deep on track Will sell the whole lot or in 50 foot Call Chimcrmk of SWANSON COMPANY Avenue Build Phone 927 evenings 205 CHARLESWOOD SPECIAL CLOSE TO tity lot 50x100 city water on street near Roblin First Takes has Small building on property 926 2 BUILDING LOTS OK CORNER Langford and dose to schools and 1418 97 PROFESSIONAL BARRISTERS GRUNDV BENNEST Hunter Sweatman Barristers and HAMILTON BUILDING WINNIPEG MOROSNICK SPIVAK Barristers and Solicitors 404 Time Bldg Phone 926 5S1 Morosnlck XL Spivak CHIKOPUACTORS Winnipeg Chiropractic Clinic DAVIDSON AND ASSOCIATES S3884B Somerset WINNIPEG DETECTIVE AGENCIES MCDONALD DEI ECU VE iso9 Reliable Agents across Canada S27 Royal Bank 926 INTERCITY AGENCIES PRIVATE 21U Power 937 400 BOYD Dental plates made and FOOT SPECIALISTS ABBEY FOOJ XINIC All foot cramps in Bun Graham Bldg Medical 92S OPTOMETRISTS FINKLEMAN OPTOMETRISTS EYES EXAMINED Kensington r5 922496 1IIVSICIAN AND SURGEONS Venereal skin blood test 219 Pearce Dilys Weidl Gayle Slate San Honors Davies Clair Hyde Clara Janzen Hedie McQuire Peggy Penner Peters David Pilon equal Bousfield Car thew Greenberg Isabey Marie Podoba Sabourln Lorraine Jean equal Abra Breault Norma Crystal Hoi man Kendall Merrett Shir Mulr Rutherford Linda Shoal Smith Jo1 equal Mills McCrea Geraldine equal Doe Christensen Lois Island Johnson R o o n e y McBride Robert Stewart Heather equal Giesbrecht Abe Whittle equal David son Hoeppner Johanna equal Harvey Beryl Kriese equal Doern Hamilton Harder Edith John son Mary Longley Mathewson Olson Keith Island Crae Carol equal Hebcrt McMillan Nisely Hazel Slominski Amant Jeannine Jean equal Lang try Shirley Aikenhead Darien Gaboon Duthie Catherine Fabas Guymer Myrna The Heaman llorla Henning Carl Island Fahner ham Leslie Portage la Groff Johnston Lush Marr Me Vicar Marilyn Portage la Russell Evelyn umderburgh June Pilot Mound Wall Ifrry equal Hennan Gloria Shoal Lake Marr Kigby OShaughnessy Maureen WorSusar equal Brown Cunning den Edward Crystal equal Andei son Munro Georgina Dauphini McPherson Claire Rogowsk equal Albertsen Elsi Delorme Patricia Pilot Emmertz Fletcher Gwen McCreary Orchard Janet Roberts Leslie Flin Waldman Jerry equal Fiers equal Cunningham David Por Pettitt Elizabeth Simoens tage la Hoover Cameron Portage Marie Smith Barry Wall a McCulIoch Nicbul Marlene equal Fingas Rita Myrna Olander equal Lachlan Ian Pine Falls Free Jackson Belle Bruxelles McGowan Brii Heather Portage la Sheppard Portage la equal Bailey Karen Wytinck Lillian island Brown Sharon Island equal Page Cecelia Evans Campbell Hamilton Thomas Fischer Hugh The Hargaret Flin Keiper James Rus Kaminsky Barbara equal equal Linaker Karen Gibson Mary Hilhorst Agnes Malcolm McCallum Mc BY BELL MINDES S July 12 Special An agricultural societys greatest responsibility is the production of provincial minister of said here Friday at the official opening of he 73rd annual exhibition and Some 500 persons were on hand o see the minister open the sponsored by the Dufferin Agricul tural he is a powerful wea pon in the fight against adverse movements around the Pro farmers produce the surplus needed for that Bell Function of agricultural societies ixtends beyond the work done at he urging that they vork all year toward im irtovement of 4Hers Lauded Bell is not it fourth Iford club Ruth Mogk and Anne Nicolaghen of All 15 models received a gift ol the Eaton Grand aggregate award for girl with high score in judging foods anr clothing went to Anne Nicol Sperling clothing The award was presented by Pickard of the Eaton A twogirl team from the Grays ville clothing Elsie MacNair and Willene won the Silver donated by Walter Mc in the annual dem onstration contest between clothing CLOTHING CLUBS Judging 1st year club mem club Beverley Brunklid club tiers 1 Ethel Graysville Clothing East threeyear old 1 Searle East Yeld mare 1 and 2 Gerard Swan three animals previously shown in regular either not neces sarily bred or owned by exhibitor 1 Searle East Selkirk 2 Gerard Swan rogeny Of two animals previously shown in regular either not necessarily bred or owned by exhibitor 1 Mariapoiis 2 Searle East Selkirk 3 and 4 Gerard Swan Championship any age Lom Championship any age Searle East Shetland Pony half 5 ponies started 1 Roseisle 2 Glen Carman 3 Barry Elm A Iris Graysville club 4 Shirley Lowe Farm Judging 2nd year club mem 3ers l Elaine Murray Brunkitd 2 Alvina nly an agricultural is an industrial one largest in One half of the provinces industrial production is the processing Of agricultural prOJFarm 6 Carman cotton the he Carman 3 Carol land 4 Gail Judelntc 3rd year club mem ters 1 Katie Roland 2 Patsy Winghiim 3 Nettie Roland 4 Anne lrls Club Display 1 fit and adjust your 2 Graysville Uhe ewing box i 3 Roland around the 4 Lowe Farm fabrics in T Lowe UNDER THE TRUSTEE ACT In the matter of the Estate of ALFRED HARRY EMMS FULLER late of the City of Winnipeg in the Province of Commissi ipeg in AH claims against the above Estate duly verified bv Statutory Declaration must be filed with the undersigned at RolS64 Portage Mani toba on or before the 15th day of August DATED at this 4th day of George He commended the 4H he are among the greatest assets of the He launded the general interest taken by residents of the district in the fair and in the work of the young The Blight silver cup offered for annual competition to the boy or girl winning the most points in in dividual competition in boys and girls including clothng and industrial arts was won by Shirley Nisbett of Grays her sister Nancy being run About 400 boys and girls from 33 clubs took part in the 4H club Frank director of 4H club work in was in assisted by Miss Grace home economist assisting I in girls club Jean Elves of Sanford was chosen rally queen at the fashion parade before a packed grandstand Friday afternoon in which 15 repre senting Elm Ro Sanford and Sperling clubs took Other two girls clubs repre sented at the rally were Brunkild and Lowe Grand Aggregate Miss in troduced Betty Neufeld and Irma models of the Elm Creek club Margaret Lynn Sivanton and Anne Carman club Doreen Fels and Gail Ro Lynn Devins and Mary Hood land club Shirley Myrtle Miami club Margaret Graham anc Joan Graysville club Jean Else and Myrtle San CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Province of Alberta Tender for Pound Steam Generating Unit Sealed tenders will be received by the 1 Melvin Miami 2 Biiiie undersigned up To twelve 1121 oclock September It52 at the office of the City Citv Hall Tenders must be in a sealed jjackage lyear around 7 Sperling June wedding IS Myrtle 9 Wingham cutton the GRAIN Ilctf age 10 to 12 years Calf cluh 3 Brian Buyne Calf club 4 Susane Sperling Calf club 5 Fred Boyne Calf Beef Cattle Judging 13 to 15 1 Garry Boyne Calf club 2 Blake Roland Calf club Marvin Mc Roland Calf club 4 Lome Roland Calf club 5 James Sperling Calf Beef Cuttle Judging 16 years and 1 Reg Graysviile Calf club Ken Pilot Mound 3 William Grays dressed to the City Plan and sneeifications may be obtained from the office of the City The lowest or any tender not neces sarily Somervtllet Citv Calf club 4 Jack Boyne 1951 5 David Pilot Mound caif Detence Construction 11 JO if ville Dairy Cattlit Ju Clandeboye Dairy Calf 1 Wayne Laverne Clandeboye 3 Allan Clandeboye l Alvin Suine Judging 10 to 11 1 Donna Elm Creek Swine rlub Donald Kim Creek Swine cluh 3 Dorothy Swine club 4 Shirley Limited Tenders for Structural Steel Maintenance Hangar Alberta Swine M and Elm Creek Swine rlub 2 Maureen Elm Creek Swine 3 Hazel Mclgjjj Elm Creek Swine club 1 James1 Elm Creek Swine iruin Judging i under ir years I I Ernest Kisc Farm Swd rlub 2 Dun Pilot Mound Seed club 3 Ron Pilot File 1227N221FD1 Job 2015 Sealed tenders plainly marked as to Franciscontent and addressed to the 1 receiwJ up twelve Mound Setd Seguin John Pine Watson equal Canning ihcrson John Janice Marilyn equal Dunfield First GRADE III PIANO class honors Lee Audrey Frend Wilson Myrna Pilot Tole Earl Pilot equal Lemoine Theresa equal Cundal Scott Shoal Smith Nichol Laurie Portae la Dorothy equal Badger David i Shoal Davis David Island Failis Margaret Flin Hayes NeeJanet The North Marilyn Gorman Simmons Moira Ostash Sharp equal High equal Koy White pass Linaker Brian Mus equal Heuchert Carolyn Fiaman grave Langley i equal Shipp Jackson Eleanor Portage la Richard Steel equal Hay McDonald Margaret Klassen Karl Little Peterman Thorpe Donald FoxCarole Portage la equal Trager equal Dennis Beryl McKenzie Donna Neilson Ardent Ryan Shoemaker Penny Ncepawa VVilley Elizabeth Island equal Asgeirson Ford Ruston Jones Ann Kelsey shej Thompson equal Graham Hume Isaac Klipi penstein Samuel White qual Babcock Carol Rivers The Millc Pas Holtzman Edwin Roberta I Shoal Patricia Ruth Beamish Brown DennisonJBourns William Krajcarski equal XI SINGING Honors Enns Ernest Pass Walley Colin GRADE X SINGING PERFORMERS First class honors Sackrison Shirley Robert Dundas Peggy Jean Fogel Miller Parr Quiring Seaton Don equal Eastwood Guenette Harrison Gordon Pine McGregor Joyce Nichol Lois Roy Jimmy Pine Young Wiebe Geraldine Honors MacDonald Douglas Bamford Honors Harper Thelma Yorke Sadleir GUAUE X SINGING TEACHERS Honors Smith Hildred Pass Wiechman GRADE VII SINGING Honors Wlebe George Simpson Pass McCulIoch Vera GRADE V SINGING First class honors Parrott Willene Don Beverley Liske Betty Dyck Mutcheson Larry Portage la Honors Olfert George Regier Lorraine Shearer Louise lorraine Stevens equal CKAOK III SINGING dette Lorraine Jean Borgl Honors Paterson Margaret ord Margaret Island Konrad Katherinc Crouch Pass Smith Marie Bell GKADE II KINGING Honors Friesen Marian Mc Collins David Pilot Honors Frayne Brian Pine Jndsay Lynda Shoal Morgan Dianne Pollock Juanita Shoal Ferran Wolfe Marina Kinnin William Mc ther Por Flin Irvine Shirley equal Frances Baker Bev erley Tewnison Jean Har equal Eggertson Margaret Sig Henault Carmel Jean Baptiste Will equal Keddie David Flin Ouellette Ross equal Hawes Phyllis Gauthier Laurctte stattin GRADE V PIANO First class honors Jex Margaret Charlaf Ronald Margaret tage la Wennerlund Carol Williamson Wilson Pass Tole Kaye Crystal Waluk Wiseman Eric equal Bell Mary Epp Helmut Fraer Mary Froebe Earl Gunn Ochre Reilly Mavis Ochre Ross Carol Sambrook Donna Med equal Fletcher Sheila Shoal Gould equal McFarlane Shust Lavona Shoal Stephens anice Posner Enns Marion equal Muii aead ble equal Bardal Irvine Marguerite King Margaret Mohr equal Kennedy Betty OHara equal Allan iVayne Flin Bardal Cum ming Lyle Gumming Margaret Lee Lorraine Le noine BerthcEva Guertin Manseli Marshall earson Simonson equal Honors Cameron Sheila Island Chudzik John Cooper Hargreaves Hazel Holland Keddie Lonergan lerrtll Shoal Kephen Flin Moroz Sylvia Dau Nichol Parker Scott Stewart Tail Ton Mary equal Bucha nan Hugh Crystal Bateman Ellen Marie Lorna 3risbin Scott Webster hanks Gertrude equal Bamford Shirley Bennett Duke Fehr June Liske Oli via Shukett Thompson equal JIacAulay Arlette Sawchyn equal Fraser Harris Margaret Kendall Polowy Pat ricia The Tole Ronald Pilot equal Coppleman Kopln ski Rosen Vandusen James equal Duke Gardiner Marilyn Giesbrecht Olga equal Fanstone Patricia Back man Cotton Arlene equal Butler Sheila Chisholm Marc Gillett Aria Gladstone Hughes Hurst Shoal Town en Patricia l Van Burcn Paula i The Watson Westcott Bon equal Dansereau Wayne Pine Hulme Judith Lesperancel olene Altona Menick Mucha Mary Oke Dar1 de Rocquigny equal Everett Chloe Russell Joyce Tole Meredith Crystal Wimble equal Brown Cavers Myrna Pilot Cheetham Gayle Giesbrecht Lorna Plum Hamilton Richard Ochre Miller Wilkie Bar bara Wilson equal Ames Janice Drier Gre goire Fleurctte Jean Hough ton Dianne The Poole Gail Rigg Margaret Pine Wadelius Lief The equal Gerrard Sheila Shoal Holtz Joan Portage la Laird Morris Lome Penner Amy Vanderburgh Anne Pilot equal Bateman Audrey Portage la Froebe Charles Home Livingston Beth Mar chenski Marjorie The McAskill Hca Pass Reimer Nora GRADE XI IEKFOKMEKS Honors Shlemkevich GRADE IX VIOLIN First class honors Paziuk Elsie Honors Russell VIII VIOLIN Honors Batycky Pass Kroeker Whitely GKADE VII VIOLIN First class honors Klein Pass Proteau GKADE VI VIOLIN Pass Hrushowy Christopher roeker equal Cook Valerie Robinson Donna GKAUE V VIOLIN First class honors Brehaut Ruth Pass MacKay Merry Runions Carol DAvignon GRADE IV VIOLIN Honors Payne Pass Baker GKAUE III VIOLIN Honors Robinson Dale Kcast Garry Portage la Pass Gillespie Barbara Campbell Urshel GRADE II VIOLIN Honors Lonergan Pass Proteau GKADE I VIOLIN Honors Ferris Jean Margaret Mac Grain Crops Show Sharp Decline In Argentina Bruiimhairi Special To The Free Press BUENOS July gentines wheat production in the crop year 193152 amounted to according to a gov ernment announcement here Fri It was one of the smallest crops in decades and compared with pro duction of bushels of wheat in the Argentine the previous Similar declines were shown in the official production figures for other Final oats outturn was placed at bushels compared with the year Barley production fell to 000 bushels from har vested in the 195051 crop The sharpest decline was seen in j The total realized from the Jane Argentines 195152 crops was bushels against harvested in The government returns showed that bushels of flax were realized from the 195152 This compared with flax production of bushels the year be Severe drouth over most Argen tine crop areas during the year combined with farmer dissafefac tion fryer government crop pricing meas es to bring about the sharp ly reduced Top Cream Prize To Drayash CARMAN July 12 Special Shust Lavona isnoal rvopmorv has equal Gorreii Joelene Crystal i The Carman weameiy nas an Rogers equal Bussman Bobby nounced results its third annual Greenlay Orchard cream competition which received Wiebe Irene equal rriHinu wns Cox Eileen Gladstone 1 23 entries this Grading was Holtzman Joyce equal McKilj done by Danish and government owner and operator of the Carman is res ponsible for the starting of cream competitions in rural Carman had the first such compe titions outside of the City of Winni peg in or the fabrication an erection of structural steel for the James Maintenance llansar and Work shop at B specifications and forms of tender required may bp obtained from the under The lowest or any tender not necessarily Kensington Grain Judiiine 16 years and ovin 1 Jim JIumewond Seed club 2 Kenneth Homewood Seed club 3 Les Seed 4 Law rence Wingham Seed club 3 Homewood Seed AGGREGATE WINNER Grand boys club member with high score for judging Gold wrist watch donated by Eaton presented by Pickard to Garry Boyne Calf The Canadian Bank Of Commerce wrist watch fot highest marks in cattle and hog judging by a member of a calf club Regjcent i5ci Graysville Calf Plans ind specifications may be seen Seed Club displays Meiha Rose i at the office of Gilbert Provincial farm seed club Room 23 Parliament 4H Club laradi all uniformed 1 the Winnipeg Builders Graysville Clothing rlub i Carman Clothland may be had on payment ine club 3 Lowe Farm Clothine club which Craysville Calf club Roland Sewins clul TENDERS Sealed tenders addressed to the under siened Room 203 Parliament will be received UD to 12 oclock noon Central Daylight Saving August for the erection and completion ot a University of Fort Tenders to be accompanied by an ac cepted cheque or bid bond for five per of the amount of the 6 Sperling Cult club 7 Roland Call club S Boyne Calf club S Sperling Clothing dull 10 Myrtle Clothing Other con testants Sanfonl Clothing Miami Calf Kose Farm Setd Kilmory Calf Winsham Seed Elm Crick Swine Wingham Clothing Mi ami Clothing HEAVV HOUSES irnrral geld or i years or over1 Vincent Miami 2 anil i Max 1 Thomas Mc Chunky 1 and Carroll wil be refunded upon return of the plans in good Ony firm bids will be The lowest or any tender not neces sarily W Morton Minister of Public July Point 1 and 3 Allan Darlingford 6 and 7 AGRICULTURAL CLASS Yfld Or Geld 1 Lcs Darlins ford 2 3 Carroll Heavy Draft on Haltrr I Mariapoiis 2 and 4 Searle East lelkirk3 best animal any either sex N Registered yeki mare 1 and 2 Get Ot Sire three animals previously shown i either I Prmsrny of Uvn animals previously shown in regular classes 1 Registered No Rnrislrrrd filly oneyearold 1 learlc East only twoyearold 1 Searle East only Filly Thrcs Vears Old 1 Lombaert only Foal of 1 and 2 Gerard Swan Brood INIIEU APPLICATION TO THE LEGISLATURE Notice is hereby given that an applica ion will be marie to the Legislative As sembly of the Province of Manitoba at the next ensulnc session thereof by William Culver Ralph Scott Misen er Carl Gladstone Robert George Brian Dirkson and for a private Act incorporating the applicants and others a bodv corporate and politic under the name Winnipeg Enterprises carrying on in Winnipeg y gain activities having purpose civic recreation and being Union Point jfnr the obiect of 4 Len without pecuniar for pe their pleasure or ot or community character or the like and in particular to establish and manage an athletic stadium and other buildinffs and facilities for the conduct of snorting and community acti vities of nil and with such powers as are incidental to such Drier at Winnices in Manitoba this llth rtny of AIKINS TRITSCHLER HINCH 941 Somerset Manitoba Solicitors for the NOTICE ClTV OF WINNIPEG ZONING BOARD anu uciaiu in the matter of Bylaw 16502 of the mare with foal at foot 1 and J Oerartl and propertv located Swan mieyearolil 1 and tht Northwest earie Harbison corner of Grey and UNDER THE TO LEGISLATURE Notice is hereby given that an applica Notice is hereby given that the applica tion of W Mills for an order of the Zonins Board varying certain restrictions now applying on ami as Los ionUwiH be made to Ke Legislative Block Registered Plan emblv the Province of Manitoba 46 to permit the con he next ensulns session thereof anti maintenance of an addition ienn W Michael feet by 1 feet to the rear of existing Garnet recil store and one family Sinclair and for the passinff of a said store helne a nonconformine private Act to be known as An win be considered by the Board at o Authorize the Disposal n be held in the Citv JFlood Relief Fund and to Discharge the on Persons Admintsterins and at which The government has now Offered forthe approval and ratification of theireoresentations a number of attractive incentives in order to restore the country to its former place as an important graingrowing of Air Race Fails To Save PolioHit Sailor SAN July 12 AP sea and air race to save the life of a seaman stricken with polio on a coast guard cutter ended in death early The coast guard reported Frank Ashenden of Van died two hours after a plane from Ian Fransisco raced miles and successfully dropped an iron lung to the cuter The 22yearold youth was kept alive by the which worked in the monies remaining in bodv constituted by the Parliament Canada for the purpose of administering a National disaster relief fund and pro viding also for the release and rtischarRC of the mevnbets of the Committee and Advisory Committee who administered tile Fund from all obligations arising out ol such shifts pumping rigid oxygen into his statement and disburse mens Or Manitoba Fldod Reiief for the authorization of the of Julv at time and place both for and against the application will be AVENT Winnipeg Zoning Board 1952 rKOVINTE NOTICE Or MANITOBA OF TENDERS at the ntv of Winnipeg in Mani Separate scaled marked as De tool this 10th day of July will be received by A TLTTFVTe HTnf A A V TRITSCHLER Solicitors for the Defence Construction 1951 Limited Tenders for Electrical Distribution System Cold Alberta File 1227L423 Job 2047 Sealed plainly marked as to content and addressed to the will be received up to twelve Julv 1952 for the installation of an electrical distribution system at Cold speci fications and forms of tender required may he obtained the undersigned by prime contractors and are available foY inspection at 100 Kensington a works Dismantlement of 4 temporary untreated timber pile and construction of 5 multicell reinforced concrete box on the TransCanada located as follows 1 Bridge and Culvert ot 2 Bridge and Culvert Inter municipal Sprineneld and 3 Bridge and Culvert Section R of 4 Bridge and Culvert Intermunicipal Tache ajid 5 Tulvert Section La Ver endrve MARKED Tender for Reinforced Concrete Box Culverts Boniface Reynolds Each tender must be accompanied y Bid Bond or Marked Cheque made The coast guard despatched three j Winnipeg 2fiT Monarch payable to the Honourable Provincial nnrtahIP irnn hines two bv nlane A cheque for payable for the amount shown on the ponaoie iron iwu oy piane Defence Construction 19511 Tender and one by lop Donna Dudar Jean Pine Potier Hilda Crystal Shields Eliza equal Duncan Fletcher Denis Hadland Florence Fox Howe Myra Nichol Betty Portage la Oliver Barry Evelyn Scnamp Cecile GKADE II TIAXO First class honors McKenzie Judith McVety Wilma La freniere Cecilia Portage la Cour celles Emma Fingas Alice equal Buchanan Reimer Turner equal Dewar Alex Wilkie Misztur Joan Russell Wilson i equal Graeme Forsyth Jutras Collette Jean jEJm Creek Fred Ste Lcmolne Cuy Rampton i phenfield Car Prize are as follows Lloydminster Oil Output Climbing REGINA CP Crude oil pro duction in the Lloydminster oil field climbed to during an increase of Jj barrels over the previous the Lloydminster Petroleum asso ciation May production is bar rels ahead of and the cumulative total for the first five required for each set of speri1 specifications and tender form fication and This deposit he nhtainetl at Room Legislative forfeited if specifications and on the deposit of a ments are not returned intact and Cheque for made payable goodcondition on or before the seventh tns Honourable Provincial day following the date of contract oach forrn which de Each tender must be accompanied by a wiu be returned on the submission security deposit of of the tola In a bona Jide tend of withdrawal of the successful tenderer sanb subsequent to acceptance ot the bid by I The successful bidder will be required D C L A certified cheque payable to to produce satisfactory evidence that nff nee Construction 1951 Limited or has sufficient equipment on hand to tiable Dominion of Canada bonds able him to complete the work within will be accepted as security time limits and in accordance witft lowest or any tender not necessarily i the f I Morton K F Minister of Public Works Kensington Julv uiieis die as Dravash of Carman months of this bar 01 ma nngas Alice i an increase of equal Buchanan Neil Graysville represents an i ncrease or i Rosen Sam Shklov Merilee raan Vernon borski Verna The The equal Blakely Gould Kerr Valerie Portage la Matthes Morrell Mclntosh Irene The Palk Shoemaker Erin equal Hammerstead Joan Flin Hrushowy Edith Ketcher Mary Klippenstein Susanna Mansel Roy Sigurdson equal Cross ley Duncan Dmytruk Nancy Enns Murray Graber Grauls Lemoine Rita Mellen Owna Morton Russell Dale Island Townsend Sharon equal Camp bell Colin Great Coubrough Tvlar Carmah 4 559 barrels over the corresponding 5 M Pederson last year There were 375 wells capable of production in the field during May compared to 365 in April and 271 in PHANTOM SNIPER TO DIE LOS July 12 Los Angeles phantom 29 yearold Evan Charles was 5 PRIESTS SENTENCED July 12 Five Franciscan priests and two civilians were sentenced to prison sentenced to die in San Quentin terms of five to 16 Tanjug prisons gas chamber for the Yogoslav news der of Nina Marie Thomas testified during his trial that he got sexual satisfaction They were convicted of having bribed an official to forge docu ments to obtain release of terror from firing random shots at woists who supported the Nazis in the 6 ROOM SUITE PASADENA COURT Nice Bright 3 bed room suite on third floor GLOBE GENERAL AGENCIES Phoenix 934 431   

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