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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1946 A. Y. EATOX IS VISITOK A. Y- Satca ol Toronto, son o-! ibmer President H. Y. Eaton of' the T. Company of Cansds.. a visitor in the city on cay, jxsyscg an crucial to tie company's ie-tiibridse store. Weather Toronto........ 53 While River........... 6S 29 ___......... 65 37 41 34 25 .03 MIXERS' BASEBALL CLt'B The Lethbridge JBase- baU Club will bold practices every night this week at the Adams Park diamond. Anyone interested in joining the club requested to turn out. Tillage Machinery Made at Noblef ord SEA SADETS AT FHT Tne Caceis are reminded cf en bsr- racks grounds a: on Tuesday AZ Sea Cscezs sre ssntec 69 27 74 40 67 4-5 67 37 30 39 SEEK OHL LEASES Cr.cer or the Al- berts, lands deparursn: are 25 Vancouver 66 50 .......50 Forecast Thunderstorms In Police Court fines" s Monday crcvr, po_ice after to various traffic Clear Tuesciv anc cooler.: T Ha: Of the for leases' EH area of seres tnct 10 rnles is-es; of r The names of these rc2 have no: been disclosed. 30 i. "the1 r" "Weather syneasis arid forecast issued a: 11 s-i official tocay and AnrrEsd Gen- lines of and S2 cosis. t minion public of- Fc. Koek, ti Sarurcs; a present------ E. G. Ijong. managing being spokesman for ihe group. ACCEPTS TOKOXTO CA1J, Acceptance of a call to Wai- mer Koad Baptist chnrch itt Toronto, by ECT. C. Howard tist cfcnrchl Kegina, tras an- Bentall, minister of First Bap- nonneed in Toronto today. He snceeed Ker. Dr. A. J. aioncrief. Mr. Bentall is a graduate of the TTnirersity cf British and a son of C. Bentali, engineer in charge of the construction of the Pic- ture Batte sugar factory. AT COrXTRT OLtFB __ of Sie "JSovsl Canadian Mounted Police, Otta-ra, ai the city in the course of his inspection of the em divisions of the force, played s round cf golf at ice Country Clab on Sunday and took lunch at; the clcb house. Ee left r-etiibridge Monday morning, en rotite y> the coast. TAKES UbTHJBKDOGE POST Traasfer of Tom. taoTtn native son. of Lethbiidge, to his florae totra ss nassenger sgeat sunervisor for the trestea region, announced tocav bv officials -of Trans-Canada Air laces. Mr. came here from. "Winiu- the transfer being effective lass Samrcav. He replaces Bdcb.- ard "Dies" Senqrs. -who has beeHj to Winnipeg. DIRECTORS ELECTED I Directors of the Albetra. Tuber- cnlosis Association elected, at the meeting held in Calgary en" Sunday included was-ed Crossing. Medlcias Hat; Cecil Crosfe, High Eivex; and Dr. J. J. Dobrv, Cardston. The ceiega'tes decidid all Alberta hos- pitals trill be- urged to put into effect a system everv paaeni ad- mitted to the hospital Till be given an S-ray for tuberculosis upon ad- mission. Part oJ the cost of the X-ravs be paid by the tuber- culosis association. The Dominion and provincial departments of ag- rfcultsre -Kill be asked to test all cattle in. Alberta for tuberculosis. Sunday Fires Three small fires -were reported to the local firs department on Sunday. As the "brigade vas called to the residence of J. B. Sherrood, situated on the south, side of the Henderson. Lake golf course, -where Chevrolet truck had cauBhi fire. The blaze had been parSv extmginshed. Damage to the cab amoimted to about S50. The fire vras oresutaed to have been caused bv'a cigarette end. "Wolf Cnbs preparing an early oming nrpgVfMn-. as Henderson nothing, just sighed softly. Peter went straight, over to Farmer SroTrn's sarden. From the he had seen the gar- being plowed that day. He GOES'G TO FT. ST. JOHX fiee a: Ecmonton. Valid mic- along the furrows. Tris expected to pass to the Scskatche- border by nucmght ton-ght j I-ast some of i ea-ung on ne-lyi -_i_-o f tnere region.. Announcements m. D. A. RYLAXDS DHNTIST phone 2497. Ofot ye; listed m 1784 Meetings Masonic Notice An. emergent meeting of Charity Lodge No. 67 and Ait- will be T.ATVI TTfail R i __. Dom. Curling Assoc. Receives Antique Files From Holland TORONTO, April A iowcji of old Holland has benn added to the display sfaelves of the DoauBion Curling Association, thanks to the Canadian occupation troops over- seas. E. P. Atiinson, honorary secre- tary-treasurer of the association, announced today four titles believed 300 years old and depicting the rock game as played in Holland in that period, have been received here. The titles are Iramed in a plaque the inscription: "Presented to the Dominion Curling Association by curlers of the 3rd Canadian Infan- try Division. CJV.OJR, Germany, 1945-46." Mr. Atchlsoa said to Tsras the In- tension of the association to place the on display in all affiliated curling centres. would have thai there was no j reason to. There nothing there i to avoid stepping into or onto. Of! course, any one who had been around ss long ss Peter had should 1 have knotm that there is neve: any j time any place -There any one j held in the Masonic Hall, l tonisht. Monday Aonl 23th at 8 pjn." Past Masters' sisht- Master Masons degree will be conferred. Ke- freshmeats. All orethren trelcoine. Grumpy Old Mr. Toad Irbr careless steps along the way Too often others have to pay. Mother Nature. There was neace in the dear Old Sriar-patch. The stranger Rabbit who had found safety there from Beddy Tbs, and had made very much home there, hsd gone. Where he had gone Peter Habbit didn't know, 33or did lie care. It was enough to know thst he about. Peter had was Eownere missed 'mm, then searched all through ths Old Briar-patch, following every little path and looking under every bramble bush, and possible hitiirng place. "He has gone at Peter told Mrs. Peter. "I wonder replied Mrs. Peter. "I don't know and I don't "Old Mr. Toad! 3Iy, tut Txa glad to see youl" cried Peter should fail to cratch, one's Tn front of Peter was step. what Pictured here are a few scenes snapped by The Herald caraera- tngr. -hp oier day at the farm machinery production plant operated sz Xobleford by the manufacturing dirision of Noble Farms UmitecL Employing 25 men. the plant is no-sr operating with fcro shifts a day to turn ou; SCO Noble cultivators and ireeders this season. Since commercial production of the implements was started in 1937, between 1800 and 1900 units have been produced for farmers m Alberta and Saskatchewan and in several states of the neighboring republic. Three -solders and a cutting torch can be seen in picnire Xo. 1. skilled workmen, cutting lengths of steel into required sizes and then welding them into frames for the cultivators. No. 2 shows hundreds of axles which come ready shaped from steel nulls in Ontario. The sturdy axles are quickly inserted into the frames as manufacture of cultivators and weeders advances towards completion. Photos; Herald Engraving. A 14-ton punch press, shown in picture No. 3, is used for speedily making holes" in steel bars and plates, saving countless hours of drill work daily. The electrically-operated machine punches holes through steel five-eighths of an inch thick in a split second. The frames and axles seen in No. 4 are ready for assembling as soon, as sufficient heavy standards and the special type blades are manufactured. Blades for the digging machines are flame-hardened on one side so that they will retain their sharpness as the softer side of the blade wears. Completed cultivators are seen in No. S, being lined, up alongside the enlarged premises being used for manufacturing them. The implements are sold by 42 dealers in the United States and by 14 in "southern Alberta and two in Besides being used in Canada, Noble cultivators are in use in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Washington state and Idaho. looked like a small lump of earth. Tfcat is it did if not at but lust given a glance, iiappy- go-lacky Peter just gave K a glance. -go-! people are like _______ he took to be s little luma of earth. Ee had s lot of little lumps of eartn entering that sardea. The latter Phony Ration Coupons Bring Arrest of Three ilONTSEAL. April persons were arrested arid more than counterfeit butter and sugar ration coupons were seized by Royal Canadian'ilounied Police on Saturday and investigation contin- ued, into another conspiracy which, it is beUeved may have flooded country districts with an addition- al counterfeit coupons- Bernard Boissonault, 43, and Ray- mond Piion. 21, were arrested on the premises when police raided the rented basemens of a west end ithee. 49, on a had been merely plowed, nee har- rowed. He liked" to step on those little lumps and feel thera fall A" complete printing plant in the Tjasement -KTSS disinantled and Wembley Comes Back to Its Own LONDON, April They tjackeci something like 98.000 veiling, bell-ringing, rattle-shaking fans into "Wembley Stadium Satur- day for England's first cup Snal since 1939. Derby won the cup from 4-1. everybody had a good time except the -Charlton fans. The rattles and bells were no gag. The crowd really earned They also -wore paper hats and crowns with the red and white of Charltoa or the black and white of Derby, and gave aa enect like a. honky- tonk nightclub on New Tear's r.ve. It was a good showing of effer- vescence for a crowd of people that j Tigs just had its beer quota reduced 15 per cent and three "slices cut off its "loaf or bread. SEMI-PRO BALL CLUBS READY WICHITA, Kas., April The United States National Base- I the small towns than any time dur- ing the past two he addeu Semi-pro teams will be certified through" 200 district tourneys and 43 state championship events for plav in the 12th annual national tournament here, Aug. 16-28. HAVE SCHICK INJECTOR RAZORS With 20 Blades Jackson The Family Drus Store Phone 3361 ore pain fill- distressing'- If TOC ssffer the tortere of cloa't'deliy- Ask vour today for PAZO Oistsieat. ASdboas have prompt rehef froni PAZCTs 3-Kajr acioa: (1) teiags soothing relief from paia and lebdcates barf. prevent ssA sorecos (3) tecds 10 redoce and check bSeedict- Eisdy. applied TOh the PAZO pBe pipei Kzowa by Doctocm GET THEM NOW! ;N s Limited Supply North Lethbr idge Hardware Congress reported Saturday that 60.0GO-semi-pro clubs are ready to start play May 8th j annual National Baseball Day for j the semi-pro teams. Except for the shortage of base- ball exfuipaieat. President Ray Du- mont said, that figure would be 25 ner cent higher. "Baseball is flourishing more in Peter took a startled hop, then turned to see what had felt so queer under his foot. "Old Mr. Toad! My, but rm glad to see cried Peter. "That's more than I can say Soros, 40-year-old for you. Why don't you look where you're "Why don't you Lake built fires, trhich, fanned by a rising caught a pile of tree clippings nearby. The fire brigade was called out at ajn. and estineuished the blaze with chemi- cals. "No damage was caused. In the afternoon, at a. brash fire on the barracks grouncs was extinguished with the aid of hand pumps. There was no carcase. SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are Ir.vited to meet representa- tives of oar committee at the any Thinscay between tie hours of 3 and p.m. Our committee will be glad to halp yon In any way possible. Letfcbridge Rehabilitation Committee going? retorted Peter. "Hooty the Owi your step. Peter around last he added retorted Old ilr. Toad grumpily. darkly. "You don'i really began Mrs. Peter. "I don't think think he in- terrupted Peter. "Iz is enough for me that he is out of the Old Bnar- patcii- if he knows what is good for himself he won't return." "When he was hers I -didn't see you trying to drive 'nirn re- marked Mrs. Peter mildly. Peter pretended he didn't hear that. For, the first time since t stranger had appeared Peter be- gan to think about things outside the dear Old Snar-patch and to worcer what had been going on wrOe he had been, staying home. His feei began to itch. Mrs. Peter saw the signs and sighed. That; very Peter slipped away when he thought Mrs. Peter wasn't Tai sorry. I truly am. I wouldn't hare stepped on you for the world had I seen replied Peter con- SOT BE SUICIDE OTTS3.VHiE. Out., April tritelv. "Got. eves, haven's de-j manded Old 3rlr. Toad testily. "It is j bad enough to be turned out of bed before I am ready without be- ing stepped on." "Aren't, you ready? I think you woiJd be by this said Peter. Sunganaa tobacco farmer, was found shot to death in -B. blood-spat- tered car in a farmyard two miles east of this Oxford county centre earlv Sunday and police said that desnite a revolver m 3oros' hand, "there was evidence his death may j no; have been suicide." SEMJ LOGS TO BKITATST THE PAS. Man, April A new SIOO.OOO industry which _.. engagi forced Saturday to abandon nis at- temat to swim the 22 nyles from Catalina Island to the mainland He was injured as a water taxi struck i on the head as he WES about; to be fed. PHONE 4456 For repairs to all makes of -washers and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances 3IAYTAG SALES SERVICE 317-8th St. S. Alf Calhotm Bruce Dnrfee should! would use Hudson Bay railway and I pressed his opinion that a i Churchill port facilities to serve in normal healtn coula f -__.--_ Trf-tit rbd avffrsi British match firms with northern the "No. I'm not. But now I'm awake j Manitoba poplar logs, is indicated be- I suppose 111 have to stay awake, as an immediate possibility in in- I don't know why folks can't let formation received by Robert Har- was vary grumpy, very grcmpy indeed, and Peter didn't altogether blame him. (Copyright, 1915, by T. W. Burgess) chief forester at The Pas. MIGHTT MIDGET A new midget fire extinguisher nine inches high and weighing 10 i oriTi rtrt ilf The next storv: "Old Mr. Toad j ounces can do the work of more than looking. She saw him go but said Starts an I two extinguishers. Southminster Church Honors Veterans COTJI.D IJVE OK LESS CALORIES LONDON, Atjnl After living for seven days on the German ration of 1.021 calories Maj. W. F. Vemon, member of tjarllament. said that' Britons could live on reduced ra- j tions, if necessary. Veraon, I who olans further experiments, ex- any person exist on half the standard average British ration without; any decline in eSi- ciency. NATURAL RELIEF FOR CONSTIPATION TRACTOR TIRES 316 ELEVENTH STREET S. PHONE 2007 ____ Trimbles (or Tires 1350x28 1125x24 1275x28 1350x32 Grow A Peace "Garden" The World JNeeds More Food Now Than Ever Cabbage Plants, Cauliflower Plants Tomato Plants i Now Ready! Onion Plants j British Sovereign Strawberry Plants Vegetable Seeds Phone 2666 Frache's Flower Shop LIFE can Beqin AFTER New Mefhed Away Harxft Laxatives wiih Aressd 40 _ eattfj oat, longer need you dose yourself with hgrgh or habit-forming orugs or laxatives. 2sow you can get relief this noJurcZ way. It's sample and essy. Just driak the juice of one i lemon in a of water first thing in the an empty I stomach. i MQlons of people now use letcoa water according to recent get, the: CHRISTENSENBBOS. PHONE 28O2 Directors of i PHONE 3561 OR NIGHT t perience hu to do oar with j grjrveyg. Jou> uicisuuu- effort. The ilnad should jiela the jng benefits of this natural aid to (reaiest lecoaplafanenti, the moil eajojmeot health. Trv lemon jaice and water for and happiaesE- Ther am. 10 mornings. Prove K> yourself that Iddnej racH Bxck- natural way brings fast rebel Headache, Rheumatic Parai, Laixitade, to regular, 'Lwt of Seep and Enerry which oftsn attack rixue around 40. For orer half a century 1 Dedd'j Kidney Pffli hare been heljrinf snea aad women to keep kidners aad Hadder in and water for 10 mormcgs. Prove i wod order, if JOT are nearin? 43, or pail to yourself how much better it makes for the of TOUT health and a happier j you it heips_ghe you a I tatur. DoddVBdnej PiJU today! 125 I normal bowel action- Make this test. Try lemon juice new pep, new energy! For the best in lemons insist on Suniist lemons. CHAPEL Lethbridqe. Alia This is a view of the "welcome home" recep- tion for returned men held at Southminster United church recently. AH available space was requisi- tioned to accommodate the 227" and their wives or lady friends, and officials of ff Photo; Herald Engraving, the church, and their wives. In the foreground on the left hand sice appear Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Mutchmor of Southminster church. Next to them are Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Button, the former acting as chairman of the FARMERS Have Your Oneway Converted to Rubber We have the tires, tubes and rims in stock as well as the equipment for cutting down your wheels. Recently we have installed new equipment which enables us to give you the saw-tooth tread as well as our original tread on all recaps. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS 301-307 13th Street N. Phone 4268 Underwood 50th ANNIVERSARY Essay Contest: CASH FOR STUDENTS TEACHERS Sponsored by the makers of Underwood Typewriters as part of the celebration of their 50th Year in Business. Open to students of all public and private educational institutions in Canada except universities. SUBJECT: "WHATTHETYPEWRtTER MEANSTO CANADA'S FUTURE" 9 STUDENTS' PROVINCIAL PRIZES 2nd............... 25.00 3rd................ 10.00 4tb, 5th and 6th. 5.OO 3 STUDENTS' NATIONAL PRIZES (Additional prizes for best three of Provincial winners) 2nd.............. lOO.OO 3rd............... 50.00 TEACHERS' PRIZES (For teachers of Student National Winners) For information, entry blanks and material rail or visit your local Uuderwood Limited office. Underwood Limited Phone 2535 JOSEPH L. SEJTZ, A. G. THOMPSON, Manager Office: 305 Sixth Strcst S. ;