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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1946 Afterta Beef Industry Featured At Nanton Trade Board Meeting KASTON. (HSS) W. Earl Robertson, past president of the Cmlgarv Board of Trade, -was guest speaker a special aseeting of the Kanton and District Board of Trade. which held in the Xanton Co- cp. clubroonss Wednesday evening. Kenneth Copoock, secretary of the Western Stock Association and editor of "Canadian Cattle- men." also gave a short address on the beef icdustrv and showed sev- eral reels of motion pictures, filmed in technicolor of facwas Alberta and B.C. ranches, cattlt and other Interesting views. The ineet- ing presided over by R. V. Bal- president. W. C. Cooper addressed the meet- loir, complimenting W. A. Crawford- ytost, of the Caerleoa Ranch, Nan- ton, on the outstanding honors his herd had won at the Calgary Spring Bull Shoisr and Sale. Mr. Craiarford- jvost's entries iron the grand cham- pionship and reserve grand cham- pionship of the show. They also won first prizes for the best groups of two, three and five animals. He re- ceived the top price of the sale, for the grand champion bull, and for five bulls, the high- est average for the sale. W. C. Scott, who had sold a fine team of Per- chPTons. at the Calgary Spring Horse Sale 'or the highest for a team at the sale, was also com- plimented by Mr. Cooper. T H Hagerman sooke on rural electrification. J. C. Hiebert was elected chairman of the Public Re- lations committee. Mr Robertson chose for his ad- dress the subject "Alberta. None Better." He showed that while some of the other nrovinces have much of the natural resources that Al- berta has there was none of them that bad the immense reserve 01 natural gas. oil and coal stored in Liberia; but he warned that while bad the reserves they were OT liftle value unless developed so that they could be marketed -not only here" but in the markets of tne world. Mr. Coppock introduced the mo- tion "picture program. These pic- tures included scenes of ranch homes and stock on several local ranches, amongst which was tne stock on the famous Caerleon Ranch, which produced the grand cham- pion and reserve champion bulls at this spring's Calgary Bull Show and Sale- the original home on the ranch of Senator D. EL Riley, now operated by his son, NeiL These pictures, which showed some of the choice stock produced in the prov- ince during the last five years, were much enjoyed. "Visitors from the Claresholm Men's Club and the Calgary and High River Boards of Trade were present. "Welcome Home" Plans Complete DISTRICT DOINGS bouse- DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE MEDICINE HAT BACKING WATER DEVELOPMENT SCHEME MEDICINE HAT. The possibility of having water lion the St. Maty river on the thirsty lands of southern Alberta for the crop year of 1949 is A de- finite thicg. Tile water will be car- SEKVICK INTEKKUFTED wives, are busy disgki''out-Monday w __ _------_ after Up days of terrible ned Iar Mediciiie Hat and li a doubt much, damage was done.: Telephone lines are nearly tSpeoai) aels to divert the St. Mary river during of the dam. The dam. -which is said to fce the largest earthen dam, in Canada, will be approximately 350 feet high and one-half long at the top. The full St. Mary-Milk River (HNS) Hans and service disconnected. EOTAKV CLUB OFFICERS CRAXBROCK, B.C. (HNS) uresident of the Rotary club development program when Sherman Farm Sale Recalls Flood Episode GRANCM. Earl Sher- man has sold his lann Eortirsresi of to C. Kelson of Edmonton. East Kooteoay Lmnbermg kfafay Faces New Deadlock In 6y Wra. Sherman. At tea' time Fred Garro-sr, James Daley and other -Welcome Home Entertainment" for all veterans Cardston ana District. It has been arranged by the Carcston and district rehabili- tation organization under the chair- manship of Mayor J. S. The date is set for May S. the first, anniversary of VE-day. That day is to be declared a public holiday with, parade, program, barbecue (weather permitting) and dance in the evening. Committees listed are as follows: W. 'Burt, H. Oliver, Dr. Dobry. J. Bushel and Myron Layton: Key, S. O. Low, R Fredericks and Father Charron: Wolfe, chairman, assisted bv K. L. Lee, R Bingham B. F. Olsen, Mark. Spencer. S. W. Low. Dr. Middleton. Susie Smith. Marion Barras. Mrs. L. Wacher, George Adv. J. Farrum, ihester Aspiund. V. Woodruff, Chris Jensen. T. Berry. George Baker. R. M. Christie and Lester Lee; lunch D. Ca- hoon. chairman, assisted by S. L. West. Father Charron. Warren Smith. Max Bradshaw. James Mrs. Dewar, Aid and the Relief Societies: public relations and. invitation committee with G S. Brewertoa as The following representatives were chosen to cover the district and solicit all names and addresses MAKE ILB. BUTTER INT01LB. SPREAD New! AMttr jliitcluf Mbrfimr DELICIOUS BUTTER SPREAD t. ADow Jf ft. (t cup) butter Cor dec- to la tnnn plaoi uatiUoft. bat conceited. a. Meastirae. mzfee to 1 teupoon satin cup OS pint) wcole snffic (not canned) too Tnii or cream. Warm sltrsriy" constantly. When COM- FORTABLY WARM. (iio-R.) MI remove at once from heat. Add J4 "Jacket" Rennet Tablet which fezs been dissolved ia taNe- jpoon cold water; quickly for few seconds oniy. Let iSaad in sauce- 10 4. Add th-3 reacet-cWyd to softeced batter. {If doited, add if teaspoon Dandelion Butter Color.) Beat wtth perfectly Weeded. CM! until fen. (Do not raafce man than one week s snpply at a time.) important This spread not suggested for trying. Mnt6ag. ghorteainJT or freajiag pans. Alt ndjit, Is nal In 'JUHKET Nnr Wattim list for a product fmocs for SOjrun Doufcftj butter fcr trifling extra coit. Ecty to Dtlldoui. Eeiy to spread. "Junket" Tablet! at aroccra or drvggbti. far etfwr wor-Hm. racipa. 'JUNKET Chr. Hsnten'i Laboratory, Torente, Ccnoda of all veterans to invitations. They receive are: special the new slate takes over, is W. D. Gilroy. with W. B. Johcstone, vice- f .president. Mark Cook, secretary, and j W. B. Mansfield, treasurer. These i officers were elected from the board of directors chosen by the members several weeks ago. FARMERS CO-OPERATIXG DEL BONITA. (HNS) The complete place 500.000 acres under the diwh and the anticipated cost will be la the neighborhood o' j John Nelson were the orsly Recent anaouaeercsnls by jPrairfe In all this development. land o'smers in the district. Farm Rehabilitation officials at Re- 1 Medicine Hat is vitally interested j Ons of the many stones that could gina indicate thai tenders are to be j is putting behind the water j be told called, for the construcooa of tan- storage program its full support. j is one cf building man farm) CRAS3RQQS, B.C. (HNS) __ ____________ Another deadlock has been reached This InTtlie Sherman! to the managercent-unioa. rsegotia- came since 1900 when the lato Wza. I tions in East Kooteaay's ItsnSer in- Sfcermaa bomesteaded -erhica hare ccntinulnj with, his brothers, Les and Jack toward sign- Sherman. This land was later an. initial agreementin the bv wm. Sherman. At that iafcsstry oevs.-een employees' bar- t Ml i oegotiatioBS tanler -way between IT other district lumber companies and the union as their certified yainiriy agent, the International Woodworkers or America, Local 1-405. and maragernent. 31. M. MacLean the Doaiinion WARNER GIRLS' CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS WABSHt. ur- bank; and a saxophone quartette bv R. Chatterton. M. Shearer, G. DSL BONTTA.