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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE HIVE PRIZES FOR VICTORY RODEO Soath Alberta will view cawlwy action here in many years when Under stages Ms ye4e events before the Leih- bridce Bandstand on Thursday, Ftiday aud Saturday, July 4. 5 and 6. The rodeo is part of the program to be presented by the Lcthferidcr Victory Rally to wel- tmmt home all South war veterans. Outstanding contestants for the events are promised because leading performers from Cnited States points will be route to Calgary to take part in the stampede there on July S. They hare agreed to enter Lethbndge events in an effort to build up their season's scores. Attractive Prizes The rodeo here is associated with the International Rodeo .Association aid issues points to winning riders. Season's winners will capture the following attractive priaes: Levi Strauss 'Jfc Comoany. San Francisco. California, makers of the famous "Levi's." offers Sl.006 in cash rr-d Gold and Silver Belt Buckle, to the All-Round Champion Cowboy. Harrr RoweU. Hayward, Califor- nia. Rodeo Contractor and owner of Kowell Saddlery, offers a SSSP silver mounted saddle to the All-Round Chamnionship. Hauler Companr. of Pendel- tor. Oregon, offers S100 in cash to 23th Place In All-Around Chum- plonshiD. Selxnick International Siudio. of Oliver Citv. California, the pro- ducers of the picture "Duel in the offer si.OOO cash to the win- ner of ihe R.A.A. Bronc Ridin? event, and a saver collar money cuo to each winner in this event at all member shows, Salattt Salant. New York City. makers of Dncie Sam's Work Shirts. offers in cash to the second- p'ace winner Bronc riding. MontEomery Ward Co.. of CM- cago. offers in cash to first place winner- S125 in cash to second place winner and in cash to third place winner Bull or Steer ias- Wtst-lMlhUT Cwpanr. Inc.. of San rrancisco, CaL. publishers' rep- resentatives, offers to first- place Calf Roping. B. Stetsra Hat Company, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, offers 5100 in cash to first place -winner Steer wrestling Charles S. Howard 1601 Van Ness Avenue. San Francisco. Calif- ornia, Buick automobile dealer, of- fers in cash to first place ner and S50 second place tanner Steer Decorating. KeysUn Brws. Saddle Company. 735 Mission Street. San Francisco, offers, a S250 silver mounted saddle to first place Trinner Single Rooms- Ethel Hopkins, editor of "Hoofs and Horns." Tucson. Arizona, of- fers cash to Champion Team THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE New Block For 3rd Ave. PAGE SEVEN Kin Carnival -4.4.4. 4- 4- At Arena June 13-15 to Aid Playground Fund The auntua Carnival mud Midway sumine tte responsttaity of creat- of the Lethbridge Kinsmen clubs ing a beautiful playground and re- Wan. Publisher, of "Weste-i Horseman." Reno. Ne- vada. offers S1K> cash to first place of the Bsreback Riomg. forter Saddle Comnany. of Tus- son and Phoenix. Arizona, offers S100 to first place winner Calf Rop- OPEN SUNDAY 7 to 9 p.m. McCAFFRElTS DRUG STORES 331-5tb St. S. Phone 22t5 414-13th St. Phnne SMS We have many attractive investments to recommend Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate Loans F! Ernst of the Ernst Saddlery. Sheridan. Wyoming, offers to lite champion Wild Cow iliteer. Many Farm Areas In Saskatchewan i Are Badly Hit Recent rains may revive the dried-out areas of Saskatchewan, but the condition of many crops is beyond repair, declared R- f- Gregor of Regina. directcr of Prai- rie Farm Assistance for Western Canada who was a city Fridav in the course of his auties. Last "week on his trip through southern Manitoba and SasJvatcae- wan he saw many poor crops. "Bat the worst hit area was be- tween Weyburn and Maple Creek. Here the "crops have been irozen two or three times, and were al- readv stooled out. They were six indies high, and subsoil moisture had been exhausted.1 But there is a possibility that these thin stanos will rally under the present rams and give a fair he declared. The official felt that a large part of Southern Saskatchewan would come into the bonus payment plan this fall Ke explained that close to had been paid out during the past vear in the west under the PJFAA. with farmers benefitting. Around 500000 of this had gone to Sas- katchewan to Alberta. Farmers living south of Winnipeg Iwho had been flooded out by the overflow of the river there were among the few in Manitoba who received payments last year. POTATO FIELDS GET PLENTY OF MOISTURE Kain that has caused much re- joicing to Southern Alberta farmers is not being accepted -with so much joy by district potato growers, ac- cording to local agriculturists. The fact is that the growers had just fin- ished irrigating the young plants just before the rains began and there is real danger of certain io> areas being flooded out. It is ad rnitted that -whatever damage is done this vrav trill probably be oal- aaced. by increased growth on the higher ground. Head lettuce be ready in eight davs. and early cabbage is beginning to "head. The cucumber crop prom- ises to be exceptionally good this tear. Clearing of the northeast comer of Eighth Street and Third Avenue' South baa started in preparation for the construction of business block 01 me most at costing between and j ever bete 000 by Chaplin's Recreation. Ltd, of Vancouver. The Herald learned to- dav. Formerly ihe Bank of Montreal residence, ttoe property was purchas- ed by its present owners for build- ing purposes but construction -work. was delayed by the war aad short-____ ages of materials. Sub acd While informants explained tnat the new building would be a busi- block baring a full-sized base- ment and either three or four ill te Mdne Thursday. v and Saturday, June 13, 14 the site plans are being nues and 10th and and llth Streets pans are e we South- The sitehas been sun-eyed of tfce most attractive and interest- and have been made for level- rl_ line it. The club has been unable the city. There ___be entertainment lor all arid the cause is of the best. Itaring ihe war years the effort of the Kinsmen vras the Milk- ier-Britain Fund, aow: the chil- ling "it. The club has been unable to get the heavy equipment neces- sary to start moving dart but this will come as soon as possible. A better skating rink-for the kiddies and hockey facilities is planned for this winter and the long-range pic- ture reveals wading pool. library Fib DepL Is Busy As" the month of March prored to be busy at the LethbrMge Pub- lic library film department chiefly on account of the Junior Chamber ol Commerce V. D. campaign. April has been almost as busy because oJ the cancer campaign. A film dealing tfcis subject CITY PLANS ALL-OUT 1 COLLECTION dren's program witli emphasis on the improvement of city play-1 swings, teeter-totters, ladders grounds is the chief project of the S the city. In addition library helped the Canadian Hun- garian Democratic Federation by showing the prints Seise pest. Leningrad and Sand. Carnival will aid that fund. The club has made arrangements witfa the city of Lethbridge for as- as well as tennis court, softball dia- mond football field. At the Carnival at the Arena door prizes of nightly will be award- ed in Victory Bonds. Issed. It will cover Out entire four lots of -the property owned by Chaplin's Large trees on the property are being removed, notice to vacate las been given tenants occupying the- brick residence and as soon as _ _ be the Rain Local Greenhouse In Gait Gardens Business Sold Gait Gardens attractive after 'ooks particularly the recent rains IRONSIDE PARK LTD. PROOF CLEAN hey leave the structure will isrnolished. i While no definite date has been set for the beginning of construc- tion work, the owners are anxious to have the site in readiness for build- ing as soon as sufficient materials or the structure are forthcoming. Meetings AIR CADETS OF CANADA No. 11 Sqdn. Weekly Routine Orders Serial 2. "jfo. 38. June 8. 1946. Issued bv Geo. Watson. Part 1. Administration. Monday. June 10. being the Kings birthday, there will be no parade. All cadets are asked to watch for further orders which will appear June 12 or 13. Arthur K. Putland. FO-, for C.O. No. 11 (Lethbridgej Sqdn. 29th FIELD BATTERT, K.C.A. 20th Field Batterj- R.C-V, Part 1 orders issued by Major L. S. Tsir- cott, officer commanding, for the week ending June 15: 1. Monday, June 10. being a" noli- dav, no parade will be held. 2. Wednesday, June 12, band practice at hours. 3. Thursday, June 13, the usual parade is cancelled and the serg- eants will hold a social evening. Captain L. A. Jacobson. For Officer Commanding, SEA CADETS ORDERS Orders for the week commencing June 10. Ship's Company will parade at the Ship on Monday. June 10. Fall in: 1915. Rig of the day: Blues with cream flannels and lanyards. Training as per syllabus. Coaldale Platoon will parade a the ship "Chinook" on Monady June 10. Fall in at the Community Hall Coaldale. at 1845 and-proceed- -s Ijethbridge. Rig of the day: Blues with cream flannels and lanyards- Training as per syllabus. All Cadets are requested-to b aboard for the above parade as it is intended to have a picture takea of the Ship's Company. Cadets must return greatcoats o: Monday, June 10. without fail, j muster will be taken Monday of al Cadets intending to attend summe caino. Lieut. N. Phillips, Training Officer, for Lieut. H. A. Arnold, H.O.S.C.C. "Chinook" PHONE 4141 PLANNING TO BUILD 1... BASEMENTS EXCAVATED IN ONE DAY SIDES TRIMMED AND ALL EARTH MOVED AWAY FOR PROMPT SERVICE PHONE 3610 O'SUIUVAN CONSTRUCTION MART KENNET'S ORCHESTRA Mart Kenney and Ws orchKtx- arrived in the city from the east vi the C.PJI. in a special car. and lef by bus for Waterton. where the are scheduled to play at a dance in the pavilion there tonight, Sat- AU ornnlmtionc in the city are co-operating with Clothing Drive lor ..o people in Europe which opera here Mondar, June 17, and closes the saioe day. Mayor A. W. Shacsle- ford is chairman of the local com- for the Wmna articles of of Ml and bedding arc urjenuy quoted. 3boes rauct be tied, 10- gether is pairs, fctis not. wanted. Personal notes to those Tfho are to receive the to almost all the service clubs la Jg tn IhlX thfr to see that they wtth wide stretches of freshly wash- ed lawns, trees covered with deli- green leaves and early surn- icr fiowers all joining their beauty i the cilVs 10-acre garden heart, a the 12 flower beds, ten thousand ight hundred bedding-out plants have made a good start, with 500 more to be added. "Gait Gardens" and "Lethbridge" appear in plant ettering in two beds. Frost did considerable damage to he lilac blossoms when they were _n full bloom and nipped buds. Early peony bushes were touched with' frost but later varieties escaped. W. Hope, parks superin- endent. reports theft of geranium lants from some beds. PENSIONS SOCIEW HEARS REV. LL. GRANT The Old Age Pensions Society of tethbridge held its regular meeting: recentlyia the Y.M.C.A. with ap- prosimatelv 80 members present. Mr. McGillvary gave a report bowing good progress on the north side. It was decided to hold a meeting in the Hungarian hall on June 21 if arrangements can be A Donation was received with thanks from the Lethbridge Wo- men's Institute and a letter from the secretary of the Civic Secunty Organization of Calgary urging sup- port for a pension increase. J Jardine. ST., was specially hon- ored in celebrating his 92nd birth- dav. Several new members signed up and one subscription received to the The guest speaker, Rev. Leslie L. Grant, was present also Rev. vic- tor Smith and a party to give a musical program. Ted Lawrence. Miss Diana Ritchie Official announcement was madei to the Herald Saturday morning by "W, R. Fowler that he has sold his business. Fowler's Greenhouses, to Jim Hong of Letiibriege and will be leaving this city shortly with Mrs. Fowler to spend shear days of retirement at Victoria. The two greenhouses forming the business are located near the city's street car bams and were taken Cioiiiis'CoUecSicin; iF'.is" Redrcrse F- Pratt, executive direc >v Scouts. for the Jaae eJo-Jiing drive. i warned today that many Cacaffians s now gi-rasg elotfces for overseas re- loan trucks to aia coiiecnon. lief are learing: sashes in tfee i The canvass will at' pockeis ol coats, aoasera ana ir and Sand. These pnn.swere divided into garments donated to the i ning Monday. June 17, and a2 are j warned. Matches shcald be asked tc please have paroeis ready moved from Shaughnessy. MHi River and Pic- ture Batte. The proceeds from these showings were being sens by the Hungarian Association to Europe to be used in relief Summary or Film Work induc- ing attendance figures: Twenty-four showings Chamber o" Manning and Warden to Speak At International Goodwill t who Pieal plans have now beer, made den. publisher ings oy ice ja connection with the third an-] Tribune, and J. wnamoer ui Commerce to nual international Goodwill meet- 1 addressed the Bcara of xr 2.209; two showings by Mr. Bricic- m? to be held in the Marquis hotel. nual meeting ia January. erto 160-one showing by R. H. Friday and Saturday, Jane M den will bring efficsal Vallev (Case Co.) to St. Mary's In- 15, Amocg those attending from the orated States eeiegajcn. "tor, "school Cardston. 1600. three Montana will be O. S. War- in response to the main acdress of irc-i bv" Mr Coleman to Coal- I the Friday barzejaet whicc be iT-SS JJ Jli. j C- f 35; 429. hurst school. 300; one showing by Miss Griffiths 3o: four showings by the The was added to Paterson until recently interested in. the lui- periai Grocery. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler came to Lethbridge from Sheffield. England. 34 years ago and after Mr. Fowler on district farms and in local greenhouses he decided to go into business for himself. He King's Birthday To Be Marked _______ Monday, the Kings birthday, will j matters of isu- ft tufii by Premier S. C. Manning. Mr. Manning's topic will be "The Science of Human Relationships." and will stress Uie maintenance of friecdly relations with our neigh- bors to the scuth and the r.eeessaty In Police Court local into ousiness lor mmseu. es-j Sfenhen p- xiafcarenko. ___ tablished his own greenhouses 23 j TOUgp placed on suspended years ago and has operated them i continuously since, supplyins the lo- for six months and reqjiir- cal and district trade Before coming to Lethbridge. Mr. Fowler had been employed in green- house plants in England and has spent more than half a century in the business. and Miss Laverne Gunning gave pleasing vocal numbers while R- S. Lawrence gave two humorous songs. Accompanists were Rev. Victor Smith and Mrs. R- S. Lattrence. After the meeting lunch was served by the committee and a very enjoyable social hour vras spent. Plans are being made for a picnic in July. Skies Clear After Timely Rains Saturdar brought clear skies over Lechbridge and Southern Alberta with the general rainstorm ended, although scattered showers were forecast for Saturday night and clearing Sunday. Total precipitation for this -week's timely rain was 255 inches Lethbridge. but much heavier at some points through the district. Three inches of crecipi- tation were recorded at the Wilson Siding Hutterite colony where early wheat is standing eight inches high. The settled weather is just to the liking of sugar beet farmers anxious about 20 per cent of the beets At Taber the June anittiiwt ed to post bonds for when he appeared before Magistrate Ben Metcalfe in city police court Friday for sentence on a charge of having a revolver conceaicd on his person. He had admitted the charge a week earlier and had been remanded in custody. His Worship ordered confiscation of the weapon. James Cahill of no fixed abode admitted being intoxicated in a puo- lic place and was sent to the Letn- bridge provincial jail for one mouth. BURIED AT CALGARY Denes Coczik, of Raymond. who died this week in Calgary and who was laid to rest there in 5v. Marv's cemeterv. was bom in Hun- garv' and moved to fche Raymond district in 1927. He is survived by his wife. Helen; a son, Dennis, and a daughter. Helen, all in Hungary; three brothers in Hungary and an- other brother ia the United States. EKJOTS BREAKDOWN MOOSE JAW. June S.-JE power breakdown caused by heavy raia -which left Moose Jaw without lizht and water for several hours Thursday, was enjoyed by one resident. He was caught between interest. Altogether there are about 70 oat- of-tovm suests expected. Of this number, 35 or more will be front be observed in Letfebridge as a. gen- eral holiday. Stores, business oCices. banks, law oflices and courts -will close for the dav. The public libzarv will be closed." Schools will rot: Montana, about sis from Calgary, close. Large numbers are expected {Edn-.cnicn and Bed Deer, anc the. to enjov the lone at TSTat- balance from Southern Aiberta J-- 'Boards of Trade, representatives from town councils, and southern VTjiV's. Army and air fores offi- cials have also been invited, as -well as other interested individuals. The main feature of the meetiri? will be the banquet at the Marquis Five hundred farm workers are hotel on Friday. Besides those from. u> be recruited in Alberta soon ro out of town, it is expected, that aid in Ontario's harvest. R. it. Put- there will be in attendance some narr. of the 'Domiiiiori-provtocial; 200 members of the Board of Trade, farm labor board said Friday in Ed- monton. Transportation, will be erton Lakes National Park. ALBERTA LABOR FOR ONTARIO HARVEST provided to those who offer their services and the men will make the trip to the eastern province between j June 12 and July 10. with their j transportation provided. Their re- turn trip is to be made between Aug. 15 and Aug. 31 and will cost the har- vesters MOVED ED. SINCLAIR, BARBER From basement shop near 1 Hudson's Bay To Lethfaridge Hotel A With Bill I Phone Us for a sack of C.LL. GARDENITE Lawn and Garden Fertilizer Only Other sizes at 15c. SOc, SOc, Morris Barrett HARDWARE been thinned T-aber the June resment. jae was rainfall measures 2.43 inches. Show- j two floors of a warehouse in an crs fell Friday night at Magrath' elevator which, was nlied witn cases and Wrentham, of beer. _ POSTMASTERS' CONVENTION More than 200 postmasters from all parts of the province are ex- pected to attend the 18th annual convention at Calgary of the Cana- dian Postmasters' Association, Al- berta ranch, June 18, 19 and 20. RECORDS Hie Victor aTkflftble mt BRDWN5 XECOKO cwmur FENCE POSTS We have a quantity of undersized Round and Split Posts. 7 feet long-. 1 ft- To clear out, each.......................................- W These are a bargain and posts are scarce. So order them now. ATLAS LUMBER COMPANY LTD. NOTICE RE: GAS DISCOUNTS As our office will be closed Monday, June 10, in ob- servance of the Birthday of His Majesty, King George VI, discounts ex- piring on that date will be allowed Tuesday, June 11. Proper Summer Lubrication 1602 3rd Ave. South Phone 2384 FARMERS Crops that are baa damaged are hard to insure. Place your insurance now. Be Wise, Insure With Ives Mimeographing All Work Carefully J. S. BROWN Brown's Musical Lethhridze SENGBUSCH DESK SETS Pen to to write. Eolds six moaihs supply of ink. VOUT choice of many stylas and color combinations. IsdUines u Commercial Printers Office SevathStRetS. QutfitterS Ltd. tbone IS Highly Important HAVE'US Drain and flush out the rear axle housing Drain and flush out the transmission case Drain and flush out the engine crankcase and Refill with PROPER Summer Recommended by Factory Beny Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Ltd. TWO DOWNTOWN LOCATIONS Garage open 7 to midnight. to Saturday Sunday: 9 to Midnight PHONE 4OS5 FOR SERVICE. NOTICE CENTRAL SERVICE STATION TL-E S. FOURTH WILL BE OPEN SUNDAY and MONDAY 10 AM. TO 6 P.M. and balance of week 8 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. SPEARFISH-3611 AT STUD Fine chestnut thoroughbred stallion. Rock (imp) 2311. Dalroy 3280. Enrolment certificate No. 2230. Fee time of service. Return MRS. G. MacLAINE, Box 414, Lethbridge. PROMPTNESS, SAFETY, COMFORT You Get AH These If You Phono The Next Time You Want m. Cab SODA FOUNTAIN and NEWS STAND 4058 STEVE'S TAXI Next Door to Bus Station Do Likewise A large nnmber of people hare profitably planned or reviewed their WiUs with the assistance of our estates officers. Why not do likewise? The experience which these officers hare gained in their day to day work in dealinr with Income Taxes and Succession Duties places them in position to ap- preciate folly the effect which these taxes have on estates and you wil! find their assistance helpful in keeping the cost of settling your estate at the minimum. We shall be glad to be of assistance to you at all times. British Canadian Trust Co. Executors, Trustees, Insorance Rental Agents. M. 0. ROOD. Manajer LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA Have You Any Tourist's Accomodatiqn? When full, many touriats wbh to stay in private houses overnight or for a few days. Register your spare room with the Tourist Information Centre-Phone 4465 Corner 5th Ave. and 6tii S. Help the Junior Chamber of Commerce Make the Visitors Welcome i" 2684 NO ITS NOT A EVERYBODY KNOWS IT! It's the SAME OLD NUMBER OF A BRAND NEW SERVICE First truck now leaves Lethbridge at 1.30 p.m. And the SECOND one al 6.0O p.m. Sure, you knew it, all the the TABER TRANSPORT ;