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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1946 New Scbook At Picture Botte And Nobleford Planned By Division One IMC new is being will" "replace old one-room _ _ ________ t n0mv completed and another are planned for the large school division. Superintendent Owen told Use Herald to- day. Each of the schools will con- tain eight class rooms and an audi- torium and v.ill cost about each. The one being completed is thai at the School centre and ill be known as The Fared Morally School" in honor of the recently- reured deputy minister of education. Kew schools are also planned for Picture Butte and Kobleford. Supt. "Williams is hopeful of ha-r- ing the Fred ifcNally school com- pleted and ready for operation at the beginning of the fall term. It renlace a six-room school, which will be pressed in to service for domestic science and manual training. Two other old school rooms at the centre are to be con- verted into teachers" residences. Supt. Williams explained that uhen the new school ss in opera- shack buildings which being Used for nigh school classes. While a new school for Soble- ford THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN Slow Production Assistance Asked BUtTHS, MAKKIAGES INCREASE IS MAY Births and marriages ta- creased in Lethbridge during is definitel" planned. _____ms explained that he did not think its construction would be started until sometime next year. The beard of trustees of she school division has been authorized to borrow for purchasing school grounds, erecting school buiidisgs. and providing for teach-: v erages, water systems and coaiey- j ances. Coaldale Buildinr Mr. Williams explained that plans are also being considered for the construction of a new school con- taining eight rooms ar.d an aizdi-! Slav as compared the corresponding Dsonth lass year while mauaed SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR EUROPE'S CHILDREN URGENTLY NEEDED School children In devastated i For this reason, the Canada and Elks Convention Output Of Canadian Factories To Open June 10 Far Short Of Goals, Cockshutt Says bureau May 1945 there binhs. 41 marriages r lS 19 rnar- tion ihe Wilson schools be closed and the students at- tending them will be to the Fred McNally school. Plans are being made for the school proposed for Picture Butte. hopes being to start construction this fall and the institution in operation in 1947. The new school PURE DRUGS We use only nationally-known drugs of the Wghest quality for all prescriptions. MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES Obituary S5 i following items: pencils, pens, un- wide campaign to secure supplies. 19 I used writing paper or exercise boois for the schools of %ar ra-.aged, parti v usable, erasers, unused s countries in Europe. A blofers. 'snaps and aliases, pictures Pupils in Eorope require today: i A of any kind useful lor uistructional j 70 imUios noiebooss. IsO nuiaon A i purposes, drawing paper and pencils, 10 million pens. 40 million f lag books, water colors and brush- nibs, seren erasers, or.e ccli- es cra-vons and color pencils, chalk.: lion aieiric rulers, 40 million sheeis Pupils ol each school are askec of drawuig paper. Bullion draw- to pack their contributions in a leg books, two million geocompasses, stout, cardboard carton, and these jlS miliioa waicreolors and brush- packed ready for shipment es. one Kulhon tnree I by June 15. j The schools of many European million sheets blowing paper: n tons cf writing paper, plus 80 tsrium at Coaldale. which is _not ..J countries are without suciijliors sheets. 21000 tons of priming] embraced by the large j 38 years a resident 5 eouipmeaj as pencils, paper, tso thousand pounds of j of the" Milk River district. Mrs. Eiiz- j chalk. __Iljj.i6__ t AvmAnto rs'tVl In Q soUdation. I abeth Armenia died in a A total of 16 class rooms are now Lesiibridsc httoplial Thursday at t operated at Coaldale but "there sholud be 20 there KOW to carry the heavy student Due to the heavy student load, schools at CoaJdale have had tceir provincial government grant in- creased by explained Mr. Williams He added that the Coal- -i PEAK OF MILK PRODUCTION THIS AREA EXPECTED SOON ag- of 71 years, following a months illness. She was bom m FSirview, Utah. Her husband deceased her several years ago Left to icoum are: Two sons "George of Milk River and James of j Milk production is rapid! Cslgarv; tivo W.' and is expected to reacn. i tlies. ano'J W. A, GKEESWAY When the annual of the Aloena j o, Canada's production of raanufac-, t-ored goods :hus far in 1346 a ran- j racg os.v aoouv 60 cep- of tie t goa> for tae jear, ipiSustrins J bein? unsole to reach tceir expect- ed quotas due to disputes.! the Herald wss told Friday noon. by C. Gordon of Brani- ford. On-, sresldem cf :ae Cana- cLari CJiamoer of He aimsuted cf tie set- j back stnkes a the Crated Suites and effect on Canadian Ubpr uruons controiled sy officials in rise s southern republic. Passing through Le'hbrldge frcs! Regisa to the Peace Donald MorreJl of Montreal. executive of ihe dian Chamber of Conimerce. vhsle j conducting a of 22 ooardi of i trade cynics and over, 500 boards of trade, Mr. Cccirtrrt "a very sood C. GOSDGX COCK5HCXT Smith of Caigarv Mrs. T. :div rising j federal government was its sending consumer prices 331 5th St. S. Phone 2205 414 13th St. N. Phone 3445 no-Jier fort- 1 up bv two cents. sales are returning to j "The greatest problem te ge-.ting cu: me wanted oy the people" Mr. Cock- irsde and Ke felt cnce controls should of t-vo- explained: "We are -si- be eor.ucued :er a-. >as-- several fcfon Sr' Passed ay the growth of tns cKv months due a :he sca'-nLBg BORROW ON THE SECURITY OF YOUR PROPERTY Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate loans More Repats Are Homeward Bound Five South Aibertans who served overseas with the R.C.A.F. are ex- pected to arrive at Halifax Satur- day aboard the Aquitania and will proceed homeward afier passing through the repatriation depot at Lachine. Que. They are: LAC. F. H Cheesewnght of Medicine Kat, LAC. W. E. Clark of Medicine Has, FO. A. P. Colernari of Magrath. I LAC. V. W. Lefever of Medicine Hat. LAC. H. G. Olson cf Bow Island. FIXES 1DIPOSED "Pines of costs were im- nosed against Albert Eli Nelson and Patrick Merrick of after they pleaded guUty in police court here Friday morniEg to liquor act violations death of Mrs. Clare consumer Mav FOK occurred Thursdav evening quart ai a Calgary hospital following a brief illness." TJaited States---- Creek, Sask.. 33 years ago and Lethbridge in 1917. She had re- dded at Calgarv IS jears. She was_______ ago. D IB.C Berries Ready But Strike [Creates Shortage of Containers threats of .nSa Interested :n -I'.e de- velopment ohas c: ilr. CocSsfcu't sa-r in ir.% ooard of trace nio-.emen- a strong medsun for to place tne "-s pro- jects before emte-n businessmen. 3r and he adced. the httle 01 prance ten j annual supplies unless! of I is an early setUenienc of the i there will be plenty number of years, i-rs., Sn British Co- j If crates cannot be s from i ever, growers will send ____ f 10 the packers, as they co no; need wnght. I crates for such shipments. Thousands of cases of berries are Growers reported as a meeting at DrumheXer. A. 2. ___________Valley; W. J. Tousg. Ponoka; HTcassadv. Camrose: C. j McKmlay. POST OFFICE HOCRS Depends on Crates If crates are available next week Olsen. Edmonton JQ. K. Cole, MoKdav. June 10th. bein? a stat- Creek. Maxine of Calsary: also two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at Jacoues Funeral Home. Calgary. Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock with interment; in the family plot, Calgary. Burnsland cemtery, CHIEF JUSTICE HERE BC. reacy for mav be a total loss. BANK CLEARINGS I operation produce enough boxes to tne "Whether or not local consumers j entire crop. will be able to enjoy the straw- 1 Local Berry Crop This week .........S1.161.0U.75 lost year ...........8S1.563.82 GOES TO MINNEAPOLIS PLACE YOUR Hail Insurance NOW WITH B. J. MERCHANT METCAJuFE BtflLDEf G Chief Justice W. R----- SuD'-erae Court of Alberta has ar- i presenu nved in the citv for the sittings of i really- clear ,w> locai the supreme court here next week, i and tne striker be open from S'OO until P- and wickets inii be open from a.ra until 12 CO noon for the trans- action of all phases of post office i business There will be one deliv- ery bv letter carrier in the morning Special maii will tie deliv- ered as usuai. and the usual collec- tions from street letter boxes will be mace. back cour trials scheduled 'or m between do not next week. His LordshiD held cham- S expect to know anytmng ae-.m.e bers Fnday morning." -for at leasz ten days. _ ___ MIMEOGRAPH MACHINES Stencil Duplicators with automatic feed. StreamUnea for appearance. Engineered for performance. Thousands QQ of uses and scores of 'asers. Price.................... Commercial Printers and Office Outfitters Ltd. St. S. Phone 2993 in the severe frost late this spring. A good set was obtained by the j later blossoms, however, and i; is exoected thas the crop will be good, j It "will not be on the market in any great quaaticv. however, until the. beginnrrg of July. A great deal de- pends on the weather; at the pres- ens tune sunny weather is needed. M, Heiwfcrson OPTOMETRIST Second Phone 3837 tethbridge ARE AGAIN AVAILABLE DIES AT CALGARY The death of Denes Poczik. of 1 Ravmond. aced 46 years, occurred i June 6 at Calgary. Funeral services were conducted Thursdav at Park i ilemonal chapel. Calgary. ONAN FARM LIGHT PLANTS AND BATTERIES ALL SIZES 110 vol; :4 hp motors Morris Barrett H.VEDWAEZ CITT VISITOR y. Keenan. department of a visitor in Lethbndge. FARMERS Crnps that are hail damaged are hard to insure. Place your linil insurance norr. Be Wise, Insure With Ives TRACTOR TIRES, TUBES complete changeovers. Trimbles For Tires 316-llth St. S. Phone 2087 Supina Mercantile Bargain Specialists rrtt ANn 2Pfifi- BUTCHER. 3456: LADIES' WEAR. 2866; MEN'S WEAR, 3456 PHONES: GROCERIES, 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER, 3456; LADIES' WEAR, 2866; MEN'S WEAR, 3456 SMALL BOYS' DONEGAL TWEED TOPCOATS Here is a group of smartly tailored topcoats for the little fellows 4 to 8 years.. Well made from fashionable Done- gal tweeds, in snappy Bal Rag- Ian models that are styled just like the bigger fellows' coats. Bargain priced too they regularly sell for Value priced at, '7.95 KIDDIES' PLAYALLS BOYS' SCHOOL PANTS Dandy pants for school or everyday wear they are tailored from strong, smart- appearing cottonades, in shades of blue or grey, pat- terned in neat checks. Sizes 8 to 16 years. Supina Value, pair Boys' Navy Officers' PEAKED CAPS Here you are kids' Dor.'t oe a landlubber get one of these genu- ine gold braided, peaked, naial of- ficer's style caps, sad have all the neighborhood swabs green Sizes to 7. Each Serviceable, goed-Iookin? plaralls for kiddies 1 to 2 years. Mad; from a strong1 navy blue cotton material irith attractive red trim. Only, each 45c BOYS' PULLOVER SWEATERS Stylish pullover sweaters knit from strong cotton of wine, brown, royal and navy. Sizes 28 to 34. Each MEN'S SUMMER CAPS Ideal for summer wear for sports, fishing, golfing, etc. Made in eight-piece crown style from quali- ty poplin, In attractive sand shade. Sizes to Each CHILDREN'S RAINCOATS Complete protection from the is afforded by these "Ans- to" rubberized fabr'.c raincoats for children 2 to 14 years. Stjied m smart double-breastec mocel, in colorful shades of red, green, blue and beige. Value priced from FASHIONABLY STYLED SLACK SUITS Xo woman's wardrobe is complete without a slack suit. You will find hundreds of occasions when they are indispensable. These are quite the smart- est we have yet seen. Tailored from quality wool and Alpine fabrics in array of lovely shades. Jackets are four-button models, in either fitted or belted styles. Sizes 12 to 20 LADIES' COLORFUL PRINT SHOES HOUSECOATS Smart tTOrsay style Jed in rich sueces. In shaces of brouT. or black. with heels, soiid leatner soles ar.d bow or nail head trim. Sizes to 8. Per Ladies' Alpine SKIRTS Charmingly styled, these housecoats are made from quality prints that will launder beautiful- ly. Styled with tailored collar and sash IIP- blue and green, patterned in contrasting designs. Sizes 12 to 44. Each Children's SANDALS ta'.Iorec of quality Alpi.ie rr.a- terjal. Styled in gored model with leather bel; and two slash pockets Sizes 12 to 20 Colors: blue, red, grej, black and brown. Each Ncr-a ihipnxent of sn-.art leather saraals for children. Well made from brown calf these uiU gUe ex- cellent service. Sizes 8 to 2. Value pnced at, pair GROCERY NEWS Silver Cream Nonsuch. Per bottle Washing Soda Per 1 Serviettes 20c Lemon Juice Treesweet 25c "Nook 70's. 2 pkts. 6 ounces. 2 for FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES ........................................14c CELERY, California. Per Ib. LETTUCE, solid neads. 2 for CAULIFLOWER. white heads. Each SPINACH, local. 2 ibs. for WATERMELON. Per ib................ POTATOES, rew, California. 10 Ibs. for 33c 20c 9c 45c TOMATOES ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT Sunkis; Size 392. 3 dozen..... Size 28S. 2 dozen Size 176. Per 85c 85c 69c Marsh Seedless Size 126. 5 for Size SO. 3 for 25c 26c LEMONS Size 360. Per dozen- nFWSPAPFRI ;