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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1946 Question Joffiff e On Immigration Of Europeans Into South Beet Areas The operation, mud administra- tion of tae Immigration Act is be- ing enquired into by the Senate Standing Committee on Immigra- aon and labor. At its> first meet- ing its only witness A. -Jol- liffe. from whom was gathereo complete information about the movement of people in and out of Canada over a consider? tv period of vears. Amongst those who askeo. questions of him was Senator Buchanan, of Ijethbridge, liho wanted to know if any enquiries had come to the department about the movement of immigrants from continental Europe into the sugar beet areas of the country. Senator Buchanan pomteo ou> that in southern Alberta the sugar bee; industry had been relying on Japanese labor and prisoner-of- war labor during the war years. "When these classes are no longer THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN First Aid Needs Check your kit no make sure It's complete or come in and let us make one up to fit vour needs. McCAFFRElTS DRUG STORES 331 5ih St. S. Phone 2205 414 13th St. S. Phone 3443 Remember "Hail Wipes Out Profits" Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate he said, "there be a, shortage of labor, for K niii no Keger be possible to get the labor ihat tras used prior to the -arar. A good manv Hungarians ana so on -a ere employed then, but they have bought farms and are oper- ating then- OTTO sugar beet farms now. I should say thai the sugar beet industrr in southern Alberta would be badly crippled after tie prisoner-of-'a-ar labor and the Jap- anese are no longer-aiailable. Bate 1 rou had coaununicauoas asking "Whether it -a as possible to bring in oeople from Mr. JoUiife. in reply, admittec there had been enquiries, particu- larly from the sugar beet people- in soutairestern Ontario, and some i general enquiries, he thought, most- ly from the Manitoba people as to the possibility of admi'ling immi- i grants from 'Europe. Dentists Hear i Dr. H. R. MacLean Uethbridge and dastrict dentists were gi-.en an address Wednesday evening on the advancement made in operative dentistrv during th.e past few 3 ears by Dr. H. B. MacLean of Edmonton, professor of operative dentistry at the University of Al- berta a'nd representative of the dental faculty of Alberta's univer- sity on the National Research Coun- Tbs authority on operative den- tistrv delivered his address during a cinner meeting of denusts in the Marquis boteL Besides the local dentists, tne following were also present: Dr. Lawrence "Bob" Lynn of TSber, Dr. H. A. Newlove of Raymond. P. "W. Richman and Dr. Geering of Cardston, Dr. R. Bergman of Blair- more. Dr. W. G. 'WiUigar of Pincher Creek- Dr. Nichol of Vulcan. Dr. J. D. Morrison and Dr. G. Ross Gibsoi of Medicine Hat. and Capt. J. G. Millar. Lt. Wayne Matkin and If. Harrison, dental officers at the local prisoner of war camp. ATTENDING CONVENTION Dr. D. Clancv of Lethbndge. is attending the Alberta Chiroprac- Association "convention at Cal- gary. Seek Mayor's Help Find Girl Friends Wanted: Two Canadian giri friends between 17 and 19 years of age by a. couple of Britons. That sas the appeal received by Mayor A. W. Shackleford from two young men in West Hartle- pool, England, as they sought his assistance in finding Cana- dian girl friends. Sending his worship the appeal jointly were A. G. Rigg of 25 Shakespeare avenue and S. W. Eians of 48 Carlton street. The former explained he would like photographs of girls writing him and promised ali leuen> be answered. He added: "As I am coming over to Can- ada. I feel I would like a girl waiting for me. I do intend to become a Canadian myself." Colorful Midway Will Feature Victory Rally Rodeo; Largest, most j with their faaaiiies be enter- i midway to appear before residents; tamed free. It is expected thatj of south Alberta for a number of f thousansK of es-semcemea wiil years be featured at the throng the grandstand the bridge exhibition grounds on July opening afternoon and eiieauig. i ELECTED PRESIDENT 4, 5 and 6 during the Victory HaUy and Rodeo. The committee in charge has secured Crescens Shoirs for the miSway and their Autrr to Fly Gene Auary. fasied cowboy Ing star of Hollywood, wil gy to 3 Ijethbrstiige from, his home with show is reported to be outstanding- Western Air Lanes and feature! A generation of Lethbridge and! prosraiss at tae grandstand. Other 1 district kiddies has never enjoyed, outstanding eniertainniecis there thrills of an ali-out nndway be-; will be provided by Herman Liader's, cause of wartime restrictions rodeo ia afternoons anij by I Crescent's various rides and thnlls, Lucky Lott's fceil drivers each eve- SO MUCH MORE FOR SO LITTLE MORE You can get thousands of miles more good service out of your car by Reconditioning Your Engine Our complete engine overhaul includes truing up cylinders, installing new pistons and rings, piston pins, grinding valves, cleaning carboa and complete- ly tuning engine, Beny Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Ltd. Chevrolet, OldsmoMIe Cars; Chevrolet and Maple Leaf Trucks Sales and Service Two locations; Seventh Street S., tethbridge Phone 4O55 service Farmers Smile As Rain Fails Wet skies over Southern Alberta on Thursday brought further rain to tins area and broad smiles to the faces of farmers a hose fields, until the recent few davs of rain, uere i becoming very dry. Rains have per- j sisted for about, two weeks, with j some precipitation being recorded; at the meteorological bureau at j Kenyon Reid on each of the past j 12 days. 1 Although only 05 of an inch of .rain vias measured at the airport for the 24-hour period preceding 5-30 ajn.. Thursday, a greater amount of precipitation than that fell within me city limits in a sud- den shower late "Wednesday after- noon. From 5.30 to Thursday, a total of of an inch rain was reoorted to have fallen. The heavy ram in the southeast is most welcome as it will benefit crops and range grass and replen- ish stock watering ponds which "had vnll be fullr enjoyed. 1 Opening day of the three-day' memoers tsf the Leth- siioTs- nill honor of the bridge Junior Chamber of Commerce Second Great War. Vets of all I are completing arrasgein.enis for three services from ail points in I gay parade winch will officially Southern Alberta will be welcomed! open Oie rally in the business area at the exhibition grounds and they oa the opening morning. The pa- rade proauses to be orie of the most Lund, both of Alberta; three sisters. pretentious ever presented in this Mrs. Anna Geissinger. North Holly- area. 1 wood, Calif.; Mrs Vic'or Steciman., Los Angelas. Calif: Mrs. W. E. Thomtoa-trunip. Vancouver. B C. She was s. member of the Eastern Star of Saelbv. Mont. GENERAL HOLIDAY IN CITY MONDAY Confusion over the hoUday de-, bylaws made about 1935 prodded dared by Ottawa and Edssontoa; that when the Dominion "and pre- fer Monday. June 10. to celebrate Yincia! governments proclaimed a the birtaday of King George Vi is J holiday local shops should close. clearing today and indications would, therefore, issue so ana courts win oe ciosea. j _ i they would close on Monday. Mavor Shackieford said Thursday i Jew the same course. it. as an aaiendmens to the How Fatal Is Fire Blight? I SOME "SICK" APPLE TREES i APPEAR TO BE RECOVERING blight which caused the de- case !s known as spur strucnon of manv apple trees :n the attacks tae new wood district is far less r.o- branches. uceable this sprms. state local agn- aKe distance. DR. I. S. IKVTXG Of LethJaidss, who was sleeted Wednesdar president cf the Al- berta Chirooractors' Association at annual meeting held in Calgary. D-. G. E. Marsh of was elected to the bcand pore susceptible of the Lethbridge. I Md already Bailee, sv he l This IE the back a cocslder- Where naporal re- spring. Rain at (HNS) Rain Brightens Crop Picture Rains followed by scattered show- ers in the past week have caused a great uncrovernent in the crop ouz- look for Southern Alberta, the weekly crop report furnished by the C-PJl. divisional offices reveal. Good crops Vulcan and as Champion. Turin and Carman gay. Between Ijethbndge and Medl- Heavy Docket Of Divorce Actions Centre to Here Emphasized ____I; is believed that many apple irees tie epi-; m district which hare survived ,rs previous attacks nad spur blight. i demies of the last four years 1 trees vary in resistance to ard nave aunt up re- ought, and some raav fall vie-, sistance agams; the daease. am to the infection and later re-, Perhaps tae direc' cause of tne rt !o- Jlarital -z.oes are scheduled practically monopolize the sittings of the supreme court of Alberta j which osens here next Tuesday morning. Chief Justice W. R. How- J sen is :o oreside. j Scheduled to come before hss lordshiD are 25 new divorce actions. 13 applications for decrees absolute in divorce actions in which decrees cover. A milder form of the d-s- ycuth could develop the arts which are not receiving nourishment at present. .nee of an art j developing col- j with crafts was by K. G. Glvde. AJt-l C.A. Wednesday night when he' addressed a large gathering follow- ing a meeting of the Ladies' Or- ganization for Civic Improvement actions of various other natures. In addition three other divorce crops, is said cduterf a to be fair the exception of the Bamwell district dried UD due to the scant runoS which is listed as aood. Ar New Dayton. Warner. Milk River and Courts crops are fair. Genera! crop conitions are fair at next sittings of the court here and trial of two divorce actions was transferred to Calgary. Not a single criminal case is Lst- Random -By Rhymes CEEIS CASUAL Raymond, 16% Savings On thinning. Only 20 per beets ha-ve been thinned, sugar com- pany officials report. Half an inch of rain had fallen up to eight o'clock; Thursdav morning and 21 fell during the day Wednesday. Kain was still falling Thursday and stockmen are happy as the grass was needing moisture. Mrs. "Vic" Day, Former City Resident, Passes Word reached the city Thursday cf the of Mis Calla G. Day, wife of S Victor "Vic" Da" ol Sun- burst. Mont., -well-known Montana- Alberta oilman, and former hard- Tare dealer at Red Daer and cattle- man at Medicine Hat Mr. and airs. Dav resided at Lethbridge for sev- eral Mrs Day is survned bv her husband: iwo daughters, Mrs Helen Averil St. John. Wash.: Mrs Dorothy Eliz- abeth Smith, Seattle. Wash.: two orothers. N. H. Lund ana H. A. Light Fixtures Several new shipments i PACK SACK AGAIN WKEN2IE- EllCTfllC iTD Here's news men havo been waiting for: Again you con save 16% on MiNORA BLADES. Canada's quality blade in ths low-price field! Yes, MINORA's generous Econ- omy Pock is bcdc on shelves. So enjoy fast, smooth shaves. en extra saving too. Get MINORA BLADES in the big Economy Pack! MINORA BLADES ALSO AVAILABLE 4 for IOC fXTRA TASTY BREAD! BECAUSE IT'S FULL-STRENGTH this active fresh Yeast goes right to work. No waiting extra steps! And Fleischmann's fresh Yeast makes bread that tastes sweeter, is lighter, finer-tsxtured every time. IF YOU BAKE AT HOME get Heischmaon's active fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow labeL tested favor- ite for over 7O years. Thanks Having sold my interest in the Imperial Grocery, I wish to ex- press my appreciation to all my friends and cEftomers for past favors, with the sincere hope you will all continue to deal there. JIM HONG. the Crow's Nest Pass and along the foothills the crops are generally good with consicerable moisture being reported Monarch reports good croo conditions, but the Macleod outlook is only fair. MKS. EGGER PASSES Mrs. A. Egger. mother of Xonuan Egger of Claresholm, died in the Bed Deer district recently at tSe age of 72. Funeral services were held Wednesday. of art at the Provincial School of Techno- logy ar.d Art. Calgary, urging a and a judicial separation I centre here, spoke of its place in been ses over "for the i the education of youth as well as adults and its value to the com- munity. "Only through writmsr. snusiC and ar; can one get the true character of a place." he said. He pointed cut that peopla need men- tal as well as physical exercise in a community centre. Advocating a centre -ahere these groups, could together with a workshop for j the icea." Tf The children say, "Of calling June 10th a hoUcay' When Monday comes Thev break tre rule By saving we all Miist go to school." Move To Market In Police Court decreased ae-viiy cf Sre blight eally is seen in the fact that pol- linating insects were not function- as earners cf the disease this spring. Bees and certain types of are attracted :o tne sick trees which give :orlh a oscterial ooze from their bark, then carry the infection to the blossoms of a healthy tree, givm? the disease a i new foothold. Several weeks ago a I severe frost destroyed blossoms on local trees, and insects were denied this avenue of planting disease or- ganisms, much to the satisfaction" of liethbndge horticultures, who j hope that are bhght is definitely on the wane ia this district, i Many pare of Southern Alberta anpear to be subject to this tree killer, but the Brooks district so far has remained free of it. Celebrating Victoria Day with j each will start the development cf j liquor brought its penalties to two; 'omethmg reallv worthwhile. Some- young men and a woman in city thing which will live long after the police Wecnescay afternoon' people are forgotten. He asked for consideration in the centre also for various craftsmen to develop their WEUt BACK IN CITY David "Weir, Trans-Canada Air Lines station manager Tide .mril he was Dosted to the important air base at Gander. Newfoundland, curing war activities, has been transferred back to Lethbnaae by the airline He returnee here "Wed nesday night and his nev positio: is to oe announced shortly. There is a steady movement of" activiaes. This artiss suggested an fat cattle to market and m another! Allied Arts Council to gee the city two weeks feedlcts of Lethbridge j interested saving there is no rea- Feeders association will be i wn- J-ijv council should not j cleared. C. O Asolund. supervisor, j EEanti "behind establishment of an j told the Herald Thursday. Twenty j centre in Lethbridge. carloads will be moved out by the Canada is lagging behind j feeders' association this week. JQ development of art. U is i Feeders who have cattle to sell, stiu considered a full, instead. It is are jubilant these days as a 1200- 5OUl oj a coming out. The nnund steer is worth better than struggling for an esis- P" the arower. These wno tenca to get thelr work mto yuuvc when they appeared before Magis- i trate Ben" Metcalfe. j Convicted on a charge of being i Intoxicated while in charge of an; auto Maurice M. Marsden of Letn- i bridge was sentenced to two weeks i in Uu tor :ail. of SO and liquor to a minor. Marv C. Lawrence of admitted consuming j us a public place and was ___S20 and So costs. A similar' jenalty was imposed against cen 3. Spencer of Carcston, after, like offence. WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR THE FISHERMAN including' the LICENSE Morris Barrett HAKDWAHE I sharp break in the market. Tea in the Best tradition Here's one tea that gives you every thing: full fragrant aroma, rich deep flavor, guaranteed satisfaction. anterbury ROY'S DELIVERY BAGGAGE AND ALL LIGHT TRUCKING FOR PROMPT AND COUKXEOUS SEKVICE Phone 3959 Roy Westman Bill Warren FARMERS Crops tliat are bail damaged are hard to insure. Place your hill Be Wise, Insure Witt Ives A Pinplc Covered Face Kills a RomiQce Tha KTCB of many youag people are made miser- able by the breaking out of pimples, and Joti probably know of cases where a promisicg romance tias beea spoiled far those red, white, festering and pus filled sores on the face, The trouble is not ao much physical pain, bus the mental sufierisg caused by the embarrassing disfigurement- which rtxy often makes the sufferer ashamed to go out ia company. The quickest way to get rid of pimples is to improve the general health by a thorough cleansing of the blood. Burdock Blood Bitters helps to cleanse the blood aad with the blood cleansed the complexion should dear up. T. MSibtOT Co, T.'rmitd. Torrota, Cot. SAHWAT STORES, LIMITED A DEODORANT OF DOU1LEACTION Plywood Veneers We Have Good Stocks of Birch and Mahogany Veneers ORDER TOCK REQUIREMENTS NOW -inch Thick 3-PIy Birch Per Sq. Ft. 22c Vs-inch Thick 3-PIy Birch 43 x72 Per Sq. Ft. Thick 3-Ply Mahogany Per Sq. Ft. 25c AEAS LUMBER CO., LTD. 1602 THIRD AVE. SOUTH HELPS PREVENT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AND ODOR WITHOUT IRRITATING THE SKIN I ARJUD gives you double protection. Is j protects you from perspiration odor, and helps protect your clothes from perspira- tion spots. Azrid is an odoiless deodorant, with the fine texture of a. beiuty cream. It vanishes instantly giving iramediite _ tesulo. With Amd, you are abso'.iie'y Sil'e can enjoy yourself -nhcrcver you arc regardless of the weather. Protect your daintiness 2nd charm tcirh Amd. Surt using it today. It is very economical. 39? MADE IN CANADA Pw lorgetl Selling Deodorant During the Summer Months The LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY presents The Church in the Wildwood MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY At the r.ew of 10.30 to 10.45 This inspirational program reverts to its former daily schedule on September 30. American Name Band Series H America That Ace Drummer Man And His Orchestra COMING- MONDAY, JUNE 24th -------------AT THE ARENA------------- TICKETS EACH IXCLtDES TVX Sponsored by Lethbridge Chapters I.O.D.E. RESERVE YOUR TICKETS TODAY PHONE 2272 AT BROWN'S MUSICAL SUPPLIES >IUL ORDERS GIVEN SPECIAL ;