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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1946 Little Enthusiasm Shown For Smuts Plan Solve Indian Problem In Africa CAPETOWN, Souiii Africa, Anril ever of political to ncn- 6L Cable) Eight days of cie- 1 Europeans. They openly declarec on the Asiatic land lenure anc j their support for the land Indian represenration bill have dis- preaosals bat refused to vote for the dosed little enthusiasm for Basse j bJi if support for ont parr of the Minister Sauls' measure mean: support lor tie scheme" to solve the Indian ques- other. lion in South Africa. I the attempt to divide the While the provisions transaction bv tal prorece and ap these there :ne tie franchise to Indians en s ingr. a. i-oiaaiuaa! I A NaticnaHs: effort to extend tae J, H, Hofmeyer. finance land teniire provisions of the tell to and Field Marshal Smats' desig- i Cape provisee irben now nated successor as leader of the: enjoy the unrestricted right to ac- United party, tras cne of tile few; Qmre and occupy ixsed property speakers who came oas. openly in j also -s-as resisted by Prime ilinister support of the franchise proposals j Smuts. Trniii Trctiid give Indians commun-. Tne house goes into al representation in the house of on the bill dunng the coming assembly and senate and in Natal nroviccial He em- barrassed man-.- members of Ttara Claims Lower snnttVlL i OTTAWA. April resiuc- JO-i- jau-iiir iiufc hi proposals prese: ginning 01 a mcvemen; to restore claims 10 Indians political rights had oeen whtttiea away during tne. i4sso in Pebruan-, last 50 years. 1 others, those who furnish him his One is at home on land, c dinners. Were they smarter than he Highlights In The News is lie wouJd. soon starve to death for he is a hunter and eater of meat. Old Mother Nature made him that way. I; is so with Beddy Pox and almost sure of things, but, to be Toronto absolutely sure snakes :ers of America (CJOJ Old Mas Coyote had cheesed him- -I'll get him there, if I dont Old Maun Coynie hoaie sn water. Paddy was mov- _ Paddv would try to gei over his cam Tnieres breaking Into the Rocway A reliable Informant in Sern said BRITISH EDITORIALS REFLECT RELIEF ON IRAN SETTLEMENT 5? LONDON. April of the dispute iras "a, rery peat British editorials on the Russlan- Xranian security council settlement are breathing relief that the crisis has been dealt with successful! v but they also stress the need for con- tinued caution in international deal- ings. The Tunes of London comment- sucoess for but no triumph in the sense that any one country has scored over any It added: "The only triumphs U.N- wants are those in "which its ideas ami pur- poses are vindicated-" The Daily Telegraph eaid the United Nations had survived "a sev- ere trial isith great credit." and Persian j aace to break up the instrument powers peace so greatly othe- channels can i Spends or to reduce their mem- made a reality. The attitude pf) bentoto to a the Soviet government has shown they have no deswe to press matters' PBISOV TEKW FOR. to the point of an opea break; and I LYDL4 CTBILLO the moral of this should be'that they will in future eschew unilater- al action and seek frank co- operation and exchange of views on __ i Police yards I asserted textiles, worth, roughly S2.- age :o have sssertec textiles. wortr1. rousnsv rir-npr VIA beei <3fT SJ- lliickBntt Asphalt Shingles, And, ii four progirirriTne ccrrics farther, there lasnl-Sric Siding for walls and Inial- Boccrd for inside walls end ceilings toand out the comfort cad security of BJ. 3-way BUILDING PRODUCTS LIMITED swum upstream te. that swu't water. ROME, ApriJ Italian court last eight sentenced Miss Lydia Cirillo, 34. to four years and one month imprisonment for the pistol slaying of capt. Sidney E. of the British army who al- legedly deserted her for a younger woman. Spectators in the tightly- packed court room cheered when Miss Cirillo. described by her law- yer as 'an innocent victim of defence of the honor drew the mini- immediately after manslaughter couldn't have done it the day before. But now so water had run out of the pond thai the strength of the current was much less. So she anxiously. At the same time kept, sharp" watch of Old Man coyote. She was ready to instantly "dive into the pond should he make an aitemot to catch her. The few minutes following Paddy's clunse into the water were exciting for all three. Old Man Coy- ote was excited, torn between, dis- apDointmens and hope. Mrs. Paddy was excited, watching and hoping. Paddv was excited, wondering if fee j could" make it through that break j into the pond and easy swimming, j Old Man Coyote crouched at the verv edge of the water close to the j dam. In the rushing water Paddy j passed slowly almost; under his very j BCSp and there was nothing he i could do about it. Out in the pond j above the dam Mrs. Paddy waited i anxiously. For just an instant Paddy ly quiet, water of the pond. Mrs. Paddy swam to meet him. Old t Man Coyote jumped up on ihe dam and watched them touch noses. "Good dinners for some other' said he and grinned. Ee long Advanced method Jfw ago learned to grin ar disappoint- elastic. piaum- NO pieaum ment. i hips or Flexo-pad. Entirely difiereAt. (Copyright, 1946 by T. W. Burgess) i Ended The next story: "A Done." Job To Be SMITH MANUMCntUNC COMPANY im pen. }7 rtfsioN, ONT. G. HUBER AUCTION SALE DIAMOND CITY The Following MACHINERY, MISCELLANEOUS, LIVESTOCK, HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS Will be offered for sale by Public Auction, at "the farm being N.E. 54 Sec. 15, Twp. 10, Rge. 22, 2 miles west. 2 miles north of Diamond Citv, or 1 mile east, mile north of Park Lake TUESDAY, APRIL 9 12-ft. Bod Weeder; 1 8-ffc. Massey Harris Binder; 1 7-ft. Cultivator; 1 Jonn Deere Beet Lifter; 1 Float; 1 Ditcher; I 11-inch Acme Feed Grinder; 5 Sections Lever Harrows; 1 10-inch Double Disc; 1 Wagon, with Back; 1 Wagon; 1 Beet Wagon Bor. 10-ton Screw Jack; 1 Cistern Pump; Harness. jFgnciHs Tools aud ntnaefuus oiiier article. ISlk Cows; 4 Yearling Calves: 1 Grey Geld- ing; 1 Black Mare; 45 Chickens. HOUSEHOLD Beafey Power Washer; 1 Massey Harris Cream Separator; 1 Kitchen Range; 1 Dining Boom Table and Sewing Machine; 1 Hadio; 1 Hearer; 1 Bed; 1 Kitch- en Cabinet; 1 Dresser; Canned Fruit; Dishes and. other articles. COMMENCING AT 1 P.M. TERMS CASH RESERVE GRANT McKAY, Clerk, Phone 2M3, Lethbridge FRANK KOENEN, Auctioneer, license No. 34-46-47, Phone 412, Iron Springs Personal Service HENRY NEWFELD AUCTION SALE The Following MACHINERY MISCELLANEOUS be offered for sale by Public Auction, at the farm Section 37, Township 8, Range 15, 3 miles east, 9 miles south of Taber MONDAY, APRIL 8 51. D. 7 Caterpillar Tractor, 1939, in excellent condition; 1 Diamond T 3-ton Truck -with. Eaton Asle. 1937; 1 3-5-h.p. Stationary I.H.C. Engine, 3945; 3 UGLC. 9-ft. Tillers, 24- inch Pans; 2 LH.C. I4-ft. 3-rovr Duplex Cultivators; 2 IJH.C. 10-ft. 3-row Cultivators; 5 John Deere 21-ft. Single Discs; 2 John Deere D. D. Steel Box Press Drills; 1 John Deere Model 36 20-ft. Com- bine; 1 10-bottom CocSshutt Plow, individual bottoms; 1 LH.C. Pickup for Model 11 Combine; 14 Sections of Diamond Harrows. Sections John Deere Flexible Harrows; 1 Caterpillar Factory Built Tractor Hitch; 1 3 Drill Tractor Hitch; 6 14-inch John Deere Breaker Bottoms; 1 1.000-gaBon Fuel Tank; 45 Oil Drums; 1 Augur Type Chain Hoist; Grease Guns; Oil Cars; Used Building Material; Fence Posts and many other articles too numerous to mentiou. COMMENC1NG AT PJVI. TERMS CASH GRANT McKAY, Clerk, Phone 2043, Leihbridge NO RESERVE FRANK KOENEN, Auctioneer, License No. 34-46-47, Phone 412, Iron Springs STEWART MCALLISTER AUCTION SALE Having sold his farm will offer for sale the following goods and chattels on the N.W- J4 Sec. 13, Tp. 9, Range 2S, trest 4th 4 miles north of the Olson Creek school, on' the sawmill road west of Macleod WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10 AT 1 O'CLOCK .SHARP The folio-stag- goods snd chsttcis, head -well broken Horses, Percheron and Clyce bred, weight about 1600 Ibs.; 3 now inilkiEg; 4 Cows coming fresh in April; 7 Range Co-prs. coming fresh In April; 5 Tearling Eeifeis; 1 Shorthorn These cattle are all Hereford and Shorthorn breed. 10-ft. Van Brunt Press Drill; 1 8-ft. Frost and Wood Binder; 1 8-ft- Massey-Harris Cultivator, poxver lift; 1 IJK.C. 8-ft, Rod Weeder; 1 3-bottom I-K-C. Disc Plough; 1 2- bottom Plough; 1 I.H.C. 1 Massey-Hams Uorse Rake; 1 Massey-Karris Double Disc Drill. 8-ft.; 2 Wagons and Racks; 1 Karro-ar Cart; 2 Saddles; 2 Sets Harness; 1 32 Repeating Rifle; 1 12 guage double barrel Shotgun; 1 Renfrew Cream Separ- ator; 5 Milk Pails; 4 Cream Cans; 1 Gas Easy Washing Machine (like 1 Sheep and Cattle Dog (Old Country 30 head Laying Hens. roll Linoleum, end other useful House- hold Effects too numerous to mention. A variety of Tools. AH these goods are In good 'shape. Come and get 'em. TERMS CASH E. GREENWOOD, K, R. McKENZIE, Clerk. Auctioneer, License No. 212. FRED NORRIS AUCTION SALE The following Machinery, Miscellaneous, Livestock, Household Will be offered for sale by public auction, at the farm 2 miles west, 1 mile north of New Dayton or between New Dayton and Craddock Siding- on the Sunshine Trail THURSDAY. APRIL 11 Model L Case Tractor on rubber, good shape; 1 John Deere 1340 Mocei D (used very 1 12-ft. Oliver Com- bine (good 1 8-ft. Moline Onewav; 1 14-ft. !H.C. lJupiex Cultivator; 1 28 Kun Drill; 1 Massey Harris 12-ft. Rod Weeder; 1 1930 Model A Coupe (good 1 1929 G.M.C- 1-ton Truck (sooc 1 LH.C. Stationary Engine; 1 Model A Csr Motor; 1 3-Furrow Massey Harris 1 Down Grain Reel; 1 6-ft. Noble Pacser; 1 8-ft." Noble Packer; 1 Grain Loader; 6 Sections of Harro-rcs; 1 large Harrow Hitch; 1 Low Wheel Wagon. Cow and Calf; 2 Yearlings; 1 Milk Cow, fresh in 6 weeks; 1 Jersev Cow, milking; 1 Red Poll Cow, milking; 1 Saddle; Kid's Pony, gentle. ft. New Garden Hose; 1 Compressor; 1 Double Frame Bicycle with balloon tires; 60 Rods New Hog Wire; 2 Rolis new Barb Wire: 1 4'sS' Pool Table; 1 set of 6-inch A Lugs (almost 1 Post Drill; 1 Forge; 1 Anvil; Blacksmith Tools. Chains. Forks, and many other useful articles. HOUSEHOLD Maytag Power Washer; 1 Singer Sewing Machine; 1 General Electric Radio; 1 Piayer Piano (ex- cellent 3 Simmons Beds and Mattresses; 1 Kitchen Table and Chairs; Lamps, Dishes, Pots, Pans and other articles. I Chesterfield Suite; 1 Cook Stove; 3 Dressers: 1 Tower Water Pump. Lunch will be served by Girls' Club COMMENCING AT 1 P3I. TEEMS RESERVE GRANT McKAY, FRANK KCENEN, Clerk. Phone 2043, Auctioneer. License No. 34-46-47, Lethbridge Phone 412, Iron Springs AUCTION SALE Having received instructions from P. HOLOBOFF. of NAXTON, who, because of shortage of pasture, is forced to reduce his herd, I will sell the following listed Registered Hereford and Commercial Cattle, at the NANTON YARDS SATURDAY, APRIL 13 COMMEXCIN'G AT 2.00 O'CLOCK 109 Registered and Commercial Cattle 17 REGISTERED HEREFORD CATTLE Quicksilver, 143762; January 1, 1942; FK 571, r.e.; Sire, Pine Coulee Mischief 27th; Dam, Silver Stanwar. Stanmore, 136224; March 21, 1941; FK 633, r.e.; Sire, Ardmore Domino 86th; Bam, Nonna. Stanway 38. Qnickstlver Domino, 174561; July 28, 1944; AVN 10, Le.; Sire, Quicksilver 143762; Dam, Ruby Domino 139486. Quicksilver Domino 2nd. 174562; May 1, 1944; AVN 11, Le.; Sire, Quicksilver, 143762; Dam, Alberta Domino. 139434. Quicksilver Domino 3rd, 174563; April 25, 1944; AVN 12, Le.; Sire, Quicksilver 143762; Dam, Doreen Queen 140852. Quicksilver Domino 4th, 174564; September 29. 1944; AVN 13, Le.; Sire. Quicksilver Dam, Bertha's Beauty, 116890. Xanton Mischief 23rd, 174614; April 5. 1944; ANI 23. r.e.; Sire, Pine Coulee Mischief 64th; Dam. SUschia Stanway 41st, 139445. Quicksilver aih, 188411; April 1, 1945; AVN 14, I.e.; Sire, Quick- silver 143762; Dam, Doreen Queen, 140S52. Qnicksilver 6th, 188412; April 8, 1945; AVN 15 I.e.; Sire, QuScS- silver 143762; Dam. Alberts Dornino 139484. Betsy Domino. 139485; May 12, 1941; RI 131, r.e.; Sire. Prince Domino's Heir 6th. 83157; Dam, Panama Butterfly, 109634. Alberta Domino, 1394S4; May 11, 1941; RI 130 r.e.; Sire, Prince Domino's Heir 6th, 83157; Dans. Panama. Bertha, 103S35. Knby Domino, 139486; April 13, 1941; RI 132, r.e.: Sire, Prince Domino's Heir 6th, 83157; Dain. Cecelia Livingstone, 79779. 3fiss Daisy Belle, 157486; April 20, 1943; RI 148, r.e.; Sire, Prince Domino's Heir 6th, 83157; Dam, Panama Daisy, 109539. Miss Butterfly 4th, 157491; April 1, 1943; RI 155, r.e.; Sire, Prince Domino's Heir 6th, 83157; Dam, Panama Butterfly 10S634. TWiss Betty Domino, 158329; March 16.1943; RI 153, r.e.; Sire, Domino Lad 77th, 138401; Dam. Betty Domino, 130823. Mary Domino, 1'455S; May 28, 1944; AVN 8, Le.; Sire, Quicksilver, 1437S2; Dam. Jessie Domino. 1334E8. Jean Domino, 174560; May 2, 1944; AVX 9, Le.; Sire, Quicksilver, 143762; Dam, Robin. Domino. 139487. ____ 73 COMMERCIAL CATTLE IS Steer Calves; 20 Heifer Calves; 16 Cows In calf; 20 Heifeis. mostly in calf; 3 Yearling Steers. AUCTIONEER'S here is a bunch of cattle that have been well wintered, and are ready to go on grass and do The bulls have not been pampered and are in nice shape to turn out on the range. If you need cattle, do not fail to COMMERCIAL CATTLE F. A. Dwelle, of Xanton, has instructed sale of the fonowtef Commercial Cattle: 3 Cows; Yearling Steer; Heifer Calf, 2 Steers, com- 'ing vearlings: 12 Yearlings and 2-yeCr-old Steers. NEW FURNITURE Having received instructions from JOHNNY BROCK, proprietor of the "Broxr" Theatre, Nanton; formerly in the Furniture Imsi- ness in Calgary, T Trill sell the following New Fnrnitore, received bv Mr. Brock from the manufacturers, after disposal of his busi- ness, immediately following sale of Mr. Holoboffs Cattle, in base- ment of Maple Leaf Hall, Nanton: Four 3-piece Chesterfield Suits, modem designs, In velonr and tapestry: two 2-piece Studio Lounges, rep tapestry; 6 Sundown Chairs; 6 Occasional Chairs, rariOBS types of upholstery. TERMS CASH ROY FANNING, Ctofc WARREN C. COOPER, Auctioneer Phone 42 (License No. 80-46-47) ;