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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGB HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1946 Heavy Grain Easter of Ancient Origin twt a few days that iring Trill r be stronger." ventured Hooker. At uus there a noisy outbreak off gabbling tongues among the, nock. Soaie iorv staying insisting: that this -seas the best thing to do. Others protested tha' to do would make them late of sarasg. to wnom the na answering to our April. called Scstar-mcnath. wcs ctrcicat- as to t A heavy movement o! wheat, -al- most resembling enormous harvest season shipments, ;s now oemg rushed from ime elevators across southern Alberta to Vancouver, its ultimate cestmauon being me mouths of n'ongry fc Saro- ooe and Asia. The r-ish got cnderwsy in earnest thousands'of bsshels of wheat sre moving daily. iaf__________ YinnaJIv every etefs-or agent be- vernal equinox This, of eoiirse. t twees. e2d Hlgn River. varies in cifferent longltaces. A both the Vulcan ar.d Maeieod' farther occurred in the calendar lias, has been ordered to load as 3> ears of wheat m the preface to (tcrn-on Psajer. news- sat on "Je rces of tneir bouse tms -____ %p Esster bv means of cities of years So far ss -srestern ss it to Vancouver immec.- charges of tne stm ace concemec the corrected calendar is iste'v on otr-er rail- moon or leas exactly repeat j umveisa-zv acceotea. ana way" lines in southern Aloerta ha-.e' received similar orders. Mttch of the wheat shipped Kecr- western oi Si years hcDS Selks? it be m force at Home until the sear lane. replaced bv from farmers pleasant spring morning Lst- to more a dozen big, Tolk all talking Tney r tae Such _ crowoed around Hocaer Mrsv" Hoater, eaca try- to oe heard me others. rest suca a racket. 'The'Grego-ian correction of the! It brojght visitors liarrjJiig to le'idar "m 15S2 has once more M j goes u leading to pretended that he appears that in 455 there dav th" f'-st Suntiav' a of eight cays between to i after "the f-il moon follostrg tie! the Swnan anil tee i areSt to" Cerent cays bein? ooservec. the co 15 SlOTE: OSi" Oi h -the OSi" !CC- Of He had cosie for a cmk.Sust2r Bear! City (jlances WOMAN INTERDICTED A LeUibridje woman, mother children, got into trouble Wednesday. She drank same alcoholic beverage. Then she proceeded to the Metropolitan store Tfhrrr- she stole a coil. Dae to the alertness of store employees, she was quickly ar- rested by city police. In csart she told Magis- trate Ben Metealfe >he eculd remember nothing: after taking the drink. The accused was con- victed of theft, fined 525 and easts and toe -j-hereoy they can, comes cut over a longer srrangm? to accept payments any urae carmg the next three years. Some of the going out o. TVSS harvested in ana 1S42 and had been held in store. Control Shown Lethhrtcge Kisanians at therr eekiy luncheon saw an Cancer Contra! fliK. the yet taJong the ne'K' income tax for larm- ---Jsh of spring caltivatmg seeding fanners busy. BEAVER MINES MAN f PASSES AT CALGARY Horace Sicotte. 76, Searer Mires, I died in a Calgary nospitai Tuesday, after a onef The body vras forsrardec en Wednesday to Olcs, e sa- j where vrill be neld _at St. IP 1 Stephen's Catholic church 3 _____ trv this month. j born la S-t. Hvacinthe, Tre euomen were also put, IO CroWs Nest A DEODORANT OF DOUBLE ACTION _________________George Bro-sru, Jr is the chorus and his mother, Mrs. Storm, Is the ac- __ _ Eluabeth. Olcs: four sons, Sylva, be as Massachusens; Ralph. Fred and Ar- Neit Olds; seven daughters, Mrs. r T" Harrson Malta, Mont. SMOKING IX BED SAID CACSE OF FIRE HELPS PREVENT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AND ODOR WITHOUT IKftlTATIMa THC SKIN AEIUD gires you double ptocecdon. It protects you pcspinnon odor, and hdpi protect yonr domes fiom pespia- tioa spots. Add is ododcss deodortnt. the fipff tcctste a beauty ft Tacishcs Widl Aoid, yon absolotdy enjoy yocrsdf of die weather. Protect your daintiness And icita AtrjiL Sort usiag it today. It is vesy ecoaormal. ARRID bed caused a Sre m. room 28 of the Arling- ton hotel here on Thursday. The 3re -eaartsient was called out a; and found that the blaze had Sees DV em- Dlovees of the buiidjig. The inattress and bedSing were datcaged bv the Sre and smoke 5Sed the corrifior. Rre- men opened the nre escape doors to las ont, the smoke and only a few of the ho'el guests were aware of had takRTi place. Diamond, Ottawa; Mrs Ar- I tnur liiair. Black O-amond; Mrs. i Robert Hamelin, Massachusetts; Mrs. Alben Ijenure, Tttni-fc- Diamond; Mrs. 3iU Higg-JS, Calgary, and Mrs. LeRov Doaconam, gjgfr River. HOLD GUSHER DOWN TO 75 BARRELS DAY The "gush" Llovdnunster, which Sasfc, oil In recently, hurnsci tnere ana mere was a greee-.- look in little as he peered from oack. of a fallea, tree. A Goose would zse good eating at anv time, but especially good now hen mere ao iutle to and he was so hiingry aiter ha long winter sZeep. i Ttiftv tne Lvnx. slipping noise- J frcfia to sneaked Bear biumed tbere, aad there waa s. look in his little as ite peered ja reaching the nssung grounds, thfe summer nome in the- far Nortn. Others were ior slower, snorter its which would make it s. Soaker. To tms cer jyad "I can't go oa yet and I don't unseen behma an old log ao the i fcoow ween I will be able to. Kl water's edge. Those earned i stay here and rest. Pernaps later far throngs the Green Forest and: flock will come along and j caused Old Man Cojote to caange j i can. join, said she. his nimd and on swift feet make "jt js too bod that. Honker is the straignt for that pond instead of j said Paddy to Mrs. Paccy. OFFICE MOVED Lethbridge office of Ytm. Ait- ken, Letcbridge representative of the Department of Veterans' Affairs, been moved, from the hall to the lobbv of the V3LC-4. In the new and larger quarters, better serv- ice can be gnen the scares of returned men who report daily. Do You Suffer From Headaches? It is to straggle aloof with and paiB8 all the time. A headache need not be an in itaeK, bat it may be a warning that tbwe iatmtiari -within. To help OTercooe the caoae cf headache it it necessarr to the waste matter from the ejstem. Burdock Btoo4 Bitters helpe to tesoove the cause of by reguUiuas_the and biliary organs, neutrallnog acidity, regulating the constipated bowefa and toning up the sluggish liver, and when this bees acoompLahed tltt headaches should disappear. GetB.I5.B. aiaaydrugcounttr. Price tLOO a GX. Xuehcd. Tcccsto. Osi. Cook Appointed Asst. Postmaster OLD COINS Two old coins were brought to The Herald office this week. They are the property of J. Vysohlid of Frank, 'and were found on the site of Lille, early coal mining camp in the Nest Pass. One was an Enjlish penny coined in 1S72 and the other a French coin bearing the date 1881 and the likeness of Em- peror Napoleon III. to hunt along the foot of the Great i asked Mrs. Paddy, See Mountain as he had intended to looked puzzled. She was puzzled, do. Croaker the Raven hao. to find j She didn't see what tliat had to co FLTIKG TO MEXICO CITY out, wcat all this escrenieai was vatb. the matter. Bayley Bell, attorney of Fair- about. "Because he is her rcate and if' banks, Alaska, was a Lethbndge It was srUl early m the morning. be were noc tae leader he could i Even yet some of the Black j stay with her. Being the leacer Shadows lingered. Those Geese had probably will feel tnat he go f spent the nign: in that, on. You know he has made u.e of "HTalter A. Cook, ISOi-tih Avenae Xonfc, to she posi- tion of assistant postinaster of the Lethhridge post office, has been announced by the Post Office Ete- partnsent. is Ottawa. The appoint- ment is effective as of Sebraary I, 1946. He succeeds Arnold Darling- ton, who is now postmaster. Mr. Cook camt to Lethbndge ia 1911 froia. England. He received most of hjs education here, joining the post office staff in February. 1928. He has served most of his tune in the local office as postal clerk. He is married ?nt! has cvo children- In Police Court Just a short time before. Honker, j journey many times and knows all j tne wise leader of the had the feeding places and led the wav over the treetopi places and oangeous places, ana tae I jjgj. JQ Tfae straight nortn oa the way to the distant nesting ground that ail were m a hurry to reacn. Mrs. Honker, atsaMe to "keep up with the others had code back alone. As soon as :ers oepend on explained Some of the older Geese, who had fobowed fionker oa the long flights for many seasons, were for staving visitor on Wednesday, arriving br T.C-A. from the north and departing bv Western Air tones for Mexico City. A native of Tnlsa, Oklx, he has resided m for a number of years. 3Ir. Bell inquired after Hon. Peter Heenan, former Ontario minister of lands and forests, with whom be enjoyed a hunting trip many years at Kenora, Ont. Eonker had missea her he had led tf jioc go with them. Some the Gock bscS in search of her. >ow j me younger ones, impatient and, COLCLOCGH KESIGXS Don't Have Jumpy, Jittery Nerves 22 besa befelas "a> fcraS. jdc cnJorer: eansed br Jack, of "Vrfa- A tr-ot J) aafi esseaaal TO sure jwa get fall St of Vitasua A aad J> TtJes eostamnt fa McCoy's Tablets She essentzel juu- body to obtsfcz ir frtffls tcese -ntssass. proved work better m. tae presence of tJiat's TOO shonH fcsist on. Mc- Coy's the aad Sold at xsm OB m will be pu; on the pump and held down to 75 barrels a day, K is re- ported. The sensational well flowed about barrels in 46 hours and was then closed in. Siraated between, two small TOmpers, this well on the Alberta- SsEkatchewaa border does not ao- preciahlv change tne long-term prospects of the field. Several new wells have already been staked aad 22 intensive drilling orograia wdl be earned this summer. AC present there are 13 pumpers on ihe Alberta side, eight ia Saskatchewan, The heavy black OJl comes from a lower Cresaceus sand at about feet. The oil zone is oa the west of a large fold. they were trying to oecide- what should be done. "Are you sure, mv dear, ypa can t go oa Honker asked. "Quite sure." replied airs. Honker. 1 strained that weak wing yester- dav and rfrjg morning when we started I had hard work to keep tio for even a hrtle way As jfor fivinK all dav, I couldn't possibly do that. So I came back. There was nothing to do." Honker, "if we Veterans' Officers Address Legion BetSgnatitti or AH Monte as HflL __ CJOC Daily Programs were for choosing a new leader and going 02. ac once. Honker and Mrs. Honker drew a hstle aside. Thev took no part m the noisv gabbling but talked m low ones. Suddenly Honker gave a loud inn IT The clamor ceased. The big >irds sat on. the water witn. their oag necks stretched to full height, heir keen, eyes fixed on Honker._ a moment he laced them. He" nraed and got under way in the ake-off. Then he was la tne arr north. The others followed n. their usual order, ail btiu Mrs. looker. She watched them dis- appear. CCopynght, 1946, by T. W. Burgess) The next Lady." 1000 1060 KCS. THTJRSDAT. APRIL IS rive O'clock Men. in Scarlet 'World and local Western. Sereaaders. Souvenirs. Voice of Victor. member of the executive of the Lethbridge branch, Canadian IiegiazL, was FUTtounced at the regular meeting cf tie Legion on Weonesday. Don Eiggins was elected to succeed Tiim. The meeting was featured by an address py A. Bishop, Calgary, cas- aaltv rehabilitation, officer for the department of veterans' affairs, who gave a general raT? on, the sub- ject of casualties. G. Morgan, super- visor of the welfare department cf the veterans' affairs branch, heaaed a. lengthy discussion, on the rehaeitt- taiaon. on. benefits available to ex- service personnel. Mr. Bishop appealed for greater sympathy and understanding on the part of. citizens in adjusting ampu- tatton. cases to civilian positions. 4> GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES The Ministerial Associa- tion announces special Good Pnday services as follows: Anglican churches sx, the regular hours; at 11 ajn. at the Salvation Army citadel with tne Missionary Al- liaace, Churcli or the arene and the Church of Chnst co-operaiang: and at Southminster church with Eev. E. L. Garvm. Rev. Ger- aid Ward, Dir. Bobert Ma- gowan. and Rev. Harry Mutchmor snaring in the service. THITTOCK? ceteaL The Geoffrey Wftdoingtoa. Show. _ National news. 8.15 News Eound-Up. Julius Caesar This 3S Music. Dance Orchestra. The Art Van Damme Quin- tet. Weatherman's Report and News. Memorable Music. Southminster Church Ser- vice. Sews. Prairie "Weather Forecast. The Erasers. Dance Orchestra. SIGX-OFF. FWBAT, APRIL XTpoer Ctab. Club. Moments. Report Morning Melodies. Memory of Life. in the Wlldwood. "Wife. linton. Crystal Calendar. Sister. Neighbor. Mood. Happy Ganff. Wallace. Lounge. A, L. C. Show. Time Novelties. Woman of America. Perkms. Tounj. Romances. Review. Crucifixion. Program. _ Jslanaers. Bound-TJp. O'clock Payorites. and tho Pirsies. and local News 6 Pages ol atelody. by Cugat. to Leioert. Home Sbov. Time. News. RouncMTp Be Announced. Cote choristers. That Make News. 9 Trio. The Sports Giass. News. Music. Army Service. 11 News. Person Singular. 11 Orchestra. and story: "A Lonesome to inadequate facilities in the city, G. F. Col- clocgh, secretary-manager of the Lethbridge branch of the Canadian Legion, has besn forced to that office. He tendered his resignation at the besmnins of April, but as yet no replacement has been de- cided "nnon. He joined the staff of the Lesion on November 1, 1S45. Mr. Colcleush's family is fa Calsary at the present time, and he nlans to return to that city when his duties end here. ENGLISH FCNCTUATION The colon and semicc-on were first used in. Englisn, punctuation in. the 16th. century. BRICKS NEEDED government is seeking to rtcruis 37.000 addiuonal workers to tse oric3v-ma3mig incus- trv now aroducsng oaiv bnrks a month, although 700.000.000 _ are Jaeeded ior the rebuilding pro-! gram. Cccvictefl oi ojsciiirgiug a nre- ana in the city, Alan W. Honrell of Le'iibridge "was fined S3 and oosss by Magistrate Ben Meiealfe in city poUce court oa Thursday morning ss understood that similar charges are penning other cwy residents. A large number of traffic occupied the court as well. No less than seven were convicted of failing to Dnng their to a full stop at "stop streets." John Henry MuckJow, C. A, Monty, Les- lie Vaykoncke, Eric Xelson, Jas. and John Kostymuk of Leth- bridge and Karl Baianyi of Coal- hurst -were each fined and costs. For parking his vehicle more thaa 12 inches frosa a euro. Herman Goeraen of Coalcale was assessed SI and costs. EYEPIECE INVENTION Spectacles were invested by mont m Florence, Italy, in. 1135. year PURE FOOD JKEASTEK EGG COLORS _ -r. Made only from U.S. Certified Colors f 6 Brilliant Solid Color Tablets EACH I pour Color Transfer Designs? Hsl s i I.N ORUO STORES I f HERE NOW! A GREAT COFFEE IDEA! 3, SATCRTMT, APRIL 28 7 Upper Club. Clock. S News. Report and Morning Melodies. News. Masters. in the WiJdwood. From Across the Seas. Mustangs. Neighbor. s Hour. Show. 12 News. 12 Tsme Novelties. Ag? Hit HCTJC 2 Program. tt PACK" QUALITY PAPER-BAG THRIFT Such a coSee! Svsch a coSfee idea! The name is Nob the Idea Is this: take world's choicest coffees, blend them, rush them to your grocer (who grinds them for you when you before) and offer this fine, fresh coffee in a thrifty paper bag that saves you money on every pound you buy! Try Nob coffee with a great Idea behind it! 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