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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1946 HOLD SHEEP, WOOL CONFERENCE HERE Better sheep and better wool for the farcers and ranchers of Can- ada hare been the theme of a conference of agricultural 1 experts in Lethbridge this week, with James A. Telfer of Ottawa. assistant chief of the livestock and poultry, division of the federal de- partment of agriculture acting as Oc Wednesday the wool commit- tee met to discuss and make recom- mendatioBs as to sheep, on Thurs- day the wool committee held a and oa Friday these two committees reported to the National Sheep Committee, with the result that recoaimeadaiions will go for- ward to the National Advisory Committee oo. sheep and to be placed before the minister after consideration. The recomraeEdatlons were not made public but The Herald under- stands that more money was asked for the operation of the wool" la- boratory which was erected last yaar at the Leihbridge Experimental farm, and which is now in opera- tion. Those Present Those attending besides Mr. Tel- fer were J. Conner, assistant feder- al livestock commissioner; W. S. Benson, secretary. South Alberta Sheep Breeders; C. E. Beveridge. r livestock commissioner for Sas- katchewan; A. A. CampbeJL live- stock commissioner for Alberta; S. G. Freebom. senior livestock field- man, federal department of agri- culture. Calgary; H: J. Hargrave. superintendent, Manyberries Range Experiment station; P. E. Lathe. director of scientific information service. National Research Council. Ottawa; P. E. Sylvesire. Dominion animal husbandman, Ottawa; John No'quay. Dominion livestock field- "rcan. Winnipeg: X. 2J. Rodrigue. chief, sheep and swine division for Quebec; '.Dr. it-, if. ouiclak, at the faculty of agriculture, L- B. Thomson, superintendent. Ex- perimental Farm, Swift Current: W. H. J. Tisdale. assistant manager, Canadian Co-op. Wool Growers, Toronto; J. B. Smith, secretary, Dominion production service. Ot- tawa: Dr. P. Larose. National Re- search Council, Ottawa; P. M. Baker, Industrial and Development Council of Canadian Meat Packers. Winnipeg; Prof. A. E. Ewen. Sas- katchewan university; Peter T. iMyhr. Swift Current Esperimeatal Dr. Karl Rasrnussen, Do- OPEN SUNDAY 7 to 9 p.m. MCCAFFREY'S DRUGSTORES 3U-IU) St. ZZtS 414-13th St. N. Phone. I minion Experimental Farm, bridge; Prof. G. W. Wood, Manitoba Agricultural College; Dr. W. B. 1 Davidson. Veterinary Research sta- tion. Lethbridge, and Dr. P. Talbot, provincial veterinarian. Alberta. Census To Start Monday, June 3 Downs of enumerators will be go- iag cut across Southern Monday morning to start their work in the "prairie provinces iatercensal census, according to Charles Daw- son. census commissioner for the Lethbridge electoral district. Plans are to have the census completed by the end of June. Mr. Dawson explained that his district is divided iato 68 sub-dis- tricts aad that he has a staff of 45 enumerators. Enumerators for the -12 sub-dis- tricts in the city are: Mrs. Elsie Aitken, Mrs. Mavis Standing. Miss Nancy ajce, Mrs. Freda Skidmore. Mrs. Geraldine Llewellyn. Mrs. Emily Hick. Mrs. Mary Ward. Mrs. vija Stafford, Mrs. Emily Vaseleaak, Mrs. Mary Nicholson, Mrs. A. X. Braader aad Leo J. Klinkhammer. HE WHO PLANTS SHOULD TAKE NO hail .insurance. Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate Loans Admits Having Pistol At Dance Stephen H. Makarenko, 19-year- old Lethbridge youth, was remaad- ed in custodv until next Fridar after pleading guilty before Magistrate Ben Metcalfe ia city police court to- day to a-charge of having a revolver concealed oa his person at a. dance Thursday eveaing. The young man elected summary trial and his worship decided to re- serve sentence -for a week after re- ceiving the admission, of guilt. NO CONFERENCE THIS TEAR The Community life Conference that has beea held at Park Lake for the past two years wjll not be held this year, according to infor- mation received from the depart- meat of extensioa of the Uaiversity of Alberta in Edmonton and from the local committee. The confer- ence was sponsored by the depart- ment of extension. FOR THE ARTIST Canadian Art "edition! 'Call or order your copy without delay. Postage 5c. Commercial Printers Office Seventh Street S.' Outfitters Ltd. Fhone 2899 Be Bright! Kb question about it, the right diet is important to energy and alert- ness. Aad there is nothing to take the place, in any diet. Children thrive on it It peps up adults too. See that your family gets enough quart a 'day for children, a pint a day for LEAST. Drink More Milk! CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED Phone 2576 Letfrbridse THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE NOTICE TO READERS The HenM retrets that, the ahwtece, U Witt iMpwiUe publish the usmxl pages W week-end The strips will con- tinue as usual, the tuoe beiac at least.- We U younger the oldsters this aad it will be rectified GoodwiH Meet In City June Representatives of communities between Denver and Edmonton and between Cranbrook and Medicine Hat are expected to gather here this month for the third annual inter- national goodwill meeting to be held at the Marquis Hotel, June The highlight of the meeting will come on the opening day, when Premier E. C. will deliver an address during a dinner meet- ing, bringing a goodwill message to the United States visitors. The Program June pjn.. registration of guests: 230 pjn.. discussion on To Do With Tourists in 3.45 pjn.. discussion on "The future of Our 4.30 pin, discussion on "Association of South- em Alberta 6.30 pjn- ban- quet aad address by Premier Mann- ing. June ajaa.. breakfast through the courtesy of the City of Lethbridge; 10.30 ajn., discussion oa "Air Transportation." Puppy Proves Excellent Sleuth "While R-OMJ? sought a police dog to track down Mrs. JSsther Salter, young Arrowwood district resident who was lost for more than 13 hours Thursday, a. 3- month-old dog. a familv pet. lesi relatives to the" missing woman. They found her lnxa valley three miles from home. Mrs. Salter dis- appeared about ajn_ and ap- parently had walked about 15 miles before she was found in a dazed condition, police said. Samuel Rodin Dies at Banff The death occurred at Banff oa May 30 of Samuel Rodin of Edmon- ton, who resided in Lethbridge for a short time. A bachelor, he is survived by two brothers and one sister here: David aad Morris and Mrs. Sadie Shames. Funeral services will be coaduct- ed ia Edmontoa on Sunday by Rabbi A, Poetone and interment will follow in the Edmontoa Jewish cehsetery. In Police Court Having liquor unlawfully, in. other than their private brought fines of S20 and costs to John M. Pirie, Colin Albert Sin- clair and James Smith of Leth- while Charlie Gibson of Lethbridge drew a. similar penalty for unlawfully liquor in a public place. Each pleaded guilty in city police court Friday. Henry, Vallieris of Vauxhall ad- mitted driving a motor vehicle at an unreasonable rate of speed along Fourth avenue south and was fined and costs. In court John Enns of Coaldale was fined and costs for driving across a bridge marked "narrow bridge" at a speed of more than 15 miles an hour. Calf Clubs Will Hold Sales Soon The Macleod Junior Calf Ciub. Call Tenders For Swimming Pool Early construction of the swim- mine pool proposed for North leth- bridge may now be expected as a __ __ call is to be issued shortly for ten- i sponsored" Final plans aad specigcations f trict Board "of Trade, in co-opera- tne project have been completed I by the architect and to hasten pro- life imprisonment are generaliv received only a couple of days before the date set for the hangings and we must proceed on the understanding that the court's sentences are to be ex- plained officials. This weefc the condemned men were advised by their counsel that; Some Good Rains On Friday Night Three hour rains were recorded at Coutis and Spring Coulee less night according to the C-P.a. divis- ional weather report received this morning. One to n-o hours of rain fc.'! on the Taber subdivision, tight i rafcis were measured at Brocket. Ai- dersyde, De Wlnton, Nanton and Stavely. Weather over the whole division was part cloudy, calls, with light ease winds. Pastures Improved NSW Rain commenced Tallin? on May 28 ant: continued on May 29. A total of 1.2! inches of rain fell in this district. Farmers and stockmen are jubi- lant, as the situation was becoratoit days will see. a. big improvement in the whole district. There is a little more mustard planted Jn. t previous years. Other crops Trill be about the same, with a little in- crease in fall wheat and fan TC. Hail at Sandial to .75 of an inch of rain fen the past three days with only a ferr showers ca Tuesday and Wednesday. The grsater part of the rain fell Ja hour Thursday afercoon. The ground was white with has which, fell at that time but soon melted, leaving pools of water all over. The sky is still crercast. This moisture greatly help rye crops which are aB headed out. More .rain is nested as this ic caly moisture so far this spring. This rain is a life saver for some fields that have drifted with almost every wira! of were dismissed by the appellate divisioa of the Supreme Court of Alberta and that the sentences im- posed against each last March by Chief Justice W. R. Howsoa stand. Still Hopef nl It Ss understood that both Schwalb and Kratz still hope to 3.C. :CTro months of serious sickness. Mrs. Meech returned from the coast to Lethbridge two weeks ago and spent her remaining days a patient In Gall hospital. 'The deceased during her long so- journ in Lethbridge was outstand- ing for her .old-fashioned hospital- ity. In public and social service her be saved from the hangman's noose j activities were varied and untiring. bus have turned to religion recent- Gifted for leadership. Mrs. Meech Iv. accenting th- Roman Catholic a prominent part in the work ly. accepting the Roman Catholic faith. Formerly resenting the visits of a local Roman Catholic priest, they now welcome bira warmly. Schwalb. who will mark. 31st birthday on June 11. has stopped studying English with the attitude i of "what's the use of going on." Kratz. who was 24 last July 19, has not been studying. The two are held in adjoining death, cells less than a dozen steps from the permanent gallows in the jail. Recently they crew on their prisoner of war canteen credits to present a birthday card and cigar NATIVE PASSES Long-time Edmonton residen Thomas George Hayward, 56, died there May 30_. Born, at; Medicine Hat, he had lived ia Alberta all his life. Ee was salesman for the Steam Drug Company. part many organizations. In Community Life She was long an active member of the congregation and tlie choir of St. Augastin's cnurch, for many years president of Its Woman's Auxiliary. On tils bodies anfl s.z times as president she lite- wise held oSicss in the Women's Auxiliary Of the Y.M.C.A.. Sir Alex- ander Gall Chapter of Daughters of the Empire, ladies' section of the Country Club, the Nursing Mission the Travellers' Aid Society. Mrs. but spring-i planted grains are promising crops, i Pasture lands are very poor and! the rains are too late" to benefit' them very much. However, cool I weather and more rain, -sill still i help pastures. The soil drifting wia! be checked. Another week or 101 to one of their guards oa his birth- Meech tras a member, of the Order rtf nntl T7aH SOLVEASE THE WONDER HOUSEHOLD CLEANER Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 SPECIAL GILLETTE Blue Blades 25 for SL2S) Morris Barrett HAKDWAKS Valoes of bnildin? household effects, in- creased considerably. We mend that yon review the iimmt of insurance yva are Be Wise-Insure With dav. WITH WESTERN AIR tr. A. WILLIAMS A. "Williams of Edmonton has beea anpointed traffic representa- tive for "Western Air Lines in Ed- of the Eastern Star and the Red Cross Society, and latteriy took aa active parr; in the Playgoers" Club aad ia promotioa of the Comtaunitv Chest. Most noteworthy contribution to j public welfare in Lethbridge was S Mrs. Mecca's long service during the depressioa aad the early days of the war as president of the Trav- Aid for 12 years and- of the Nursing Mission for half of the same period. It was under her aggressive leadership that the former society in the late "30's financed and built an addition to its premises, also raised considerable funds, which, are still available, towards establishment of what airs. Ifsech. most ardently ad- vocated, a suitable home for aged people. H. "Win. ifeech, accompanied by his son. Horace, arrived ia Leth- bridge by plaae from the coast oa Wednesday, and may restune resi- dence here. The three sons of Mr. aad Mrs. Meech ail graduated from schools of Lethbridge and Uaiver- sity of Alberta. The eldest, George, died before the war in London. England, where he had established hiiaseif in practice as an aschitect. The two younger. Victor aad Hor- ace Meech, are ia business in Leth- bridge. one as architect, the other as accountant. Fiinerai services will be conducted by Rev. Leslie Grunt in St. Augus- tia's church oa Monday. June 3, at moaton it was announced today by 2 pjn. Martin. Brothers are ia charge of arrangements. Lawrence A. Nichols, Canadian traf- fic manager, Calgary. Mr. Williams is spending the cay in Lethbridge Sir Nicols and Ted Paris, local FEW GIVING UP station mansaer. RATION COUPONS Mr. Williams, born in. Winnipeg. Ration administration office here has been a resident of Edmonton reports that only a small number of for five vears and was formerly as- meat coupons have been turned in sociated "with the sales department at Lethbridpe to release more sup- Canada Packers. He is well plies for Europe. A few butter known hi Edmonton through his coupons have been received but no activities In the Junior Chamber of sugar coupons to date. Conmerce, and interest in musical j circles. DANCE-TONIGH' -EAGLES HALL AIR CONDITIONED 13th St. and 7th Are. K. DANCE EVERT SATCMJAT IRONSIDE PARK LTD. MOTH PROOF CLEANING PHONE 4141 socicricn of Oirfi of (ntEPAIKO THE M COOP- HATON WITH THE NATIONAL SAFETY COUMCB. AN9 WracNATlONAl ASSOCIATION Cf CStfS OF rOUCf) CHECK YOUR CAR! That are the mtcfiattical features ibett will 6e txamintd fti the Police Traffic Safety Check: they need adjustment? How about the hand brake? LIOHTS-Do tay bulbs need replacing? Are headlights properly focused tad Are ttil stop lights ia good condition? TttlS-Ate they in safe condition? (No cuts, fabric breaks, excessive WINDSHIILD WiPERS-Do they opente satisfactorily? Do blades need replacing? HOtN-Doa it operate easily and when you need it? Are there any other safety items that need attention, such as steering, defects in glass, retr view mirror, muffler, etc? (Have these checked regularly.) FOR QUICK, DEPENDABLE SERVICE PHONE 4566 FOR A CITY TAXI HEATED CARS 34-HOVK SERVICE RADIO SERVICE Prompt and courteous ser- vice from wen-equipped shop at a reasonable price. ITD Plywood Veneers We Have Good Stocks of Birch and Mahogany Veneers ORDER TOUR REQUIREMENTS NOW %-inch Thick 3-PIy Birch Per Sq. Ft. 22c %-inch Thick 3-PIy Birch Per Sq. Ft 13 Thick 3-PIy Mahogany 3S-M4- Per Sq. Ft. 25c ATLAS LUMBER CO, LTD. 1SC2 THIRD AVE. SOUTH Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile Limited Two locations: 7th St. South. PHONE 2621. CHEVROLET AND OLDSMOBILE CARS CHEVROLET AND MAPLE LEAF TRUCKS YOUR EXECUTOR When you appoint The British Canadian Trust Com- pany as Executor of your will the following are a few of the advantages you secure: PERMANENCE: The Trust Company is open every business day, is never absent or ill and does not pass away. SECURITY: The Trust Company is financially re- sponsible. EXPERIENCE: The Trust Company administers many types of estates and you obtain the collec- tive judgment of its officers. The cost for such service is no more than an individ- ual executor is entitled to. Your inquiries are in- vited. The British Canadian Trust Co. LETHBRIDGE H. D. ROOD, Manager ALBERTA NEW MERCHANDISE In our show- is definitely for as Tell as sfcoic. You win sec: New Automatic Record Players Electronic Phonographs New Record Xew Marconi and De Forest Badios New JHoHat Handi-Chefs to mention sense of the articles DROP IN" AS YOU GO BY co. 315 SEVENTH ST. S. {NEWSPAPER! FHONE 3J32 N.E WSFA.PEsfl R C H1 ;