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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1946 Harry Knight, Former Worl Champion Cowboy, Coming THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE SEVEN Shooting for a total attendance i 3f 40.000 aS Use three afternoon! and three aighs shows during the Welcome-Home roundup on July 4. and 6, Herman Under, rodeo manager, spent SatwrtJay in the city a-itlt members oi ihe local commit- tee, and ansoJiaced isai Harry Kaigiit. fonoerly of Banff, now a resident of and at o0e time world's chassjjaon cowboy, would _be in aKecdance as one of she rodeo Bill "iJrtdernsann ol Red lodge. SSonU last year's world champion has noUSftd Idnder thai he be present to defend his title. "Bob" Booker of Missoula. Monu oae of the leading trick riders has performed at all the big shows ia Cheyenne. Penrfleton, London and Madison Square Gardens, wll be present with his trouoe. Work on the fair grounds Is pro- ceeding rapidly in preparation for the welcome home, to South Alber- tans who served is. the aimed forces duriEg the -srar. It is expected to be the biggest reunion of fighting men ia the city's history. Random Rhymes SHE as -arorkms in the garden After welcome rain had come Wtoea .she heard roioe beside her Chirping, "Hey, move over, chuzn.' It souncled Hie a pick-up In those gay. familiar terms. But tne robsn wasn't wolfing. He only wanting VQTEQS. PLAYERS COMING Anglican Rector Discusses Union Church union between the Angli- can and United churches was the timelv topic of Hev. U L Grams sermon at. Ss. Augustin's church on Su-adav morning when he linked Vbitsundav. the birthday 01 tne Anglican church, with thoughts re-union of churches. The Anglican church has prec.- Pltated the though-, of the iffltoo all churches because it combines both Catholic and Protestant be- ing the censre where union can oe Snsummated. "Home will S but. not to the United church- Mr. Grant said. He pointed out that the Anglican churcri is in a dangerous position oecause Pro- SSU iTa disintegrating force. The world is too strong for a divided church and tt of God that the churcQ be restor- ed to unity. TJnion will be harder 'or Anglicans than tne Uaued church because the former is in- ternational with world-wide com- munion and not a national cnurch S is the United. Anglicans are willing to enter into tne union put it must be a real union including all adherents. Things which must be accepted in the union include Holy Scrip- ture as the word of God. cne Apostles arid Slicene creeds, bap- and communion and accept- ance of bishops and holy orders, the speaker said.____________ McCOLL-FRONTENAC FILES ON ACREAGE Sub-surface geological reserva- tions requiring the onlling of a were issued to the JucCoU- Oil Company. Ltd.. oa 9606 acres in the extreme, comer of southeastern Alberta outing the past week, according to the pro- vtacial department oi lands and MRS. CLARENCE PICKUP BASSES AT CALGARY Mrs. Clarence (Martha June) Pickup. 48. died Monday morning t Calgary. Mrs. Psckup was bom in Salt lake Citv. Utah, and came to Cardsson 7 years ago. She had lived in Cal- gary 13 years and at one time livea n She is survived by her husband, Clarence, who is secretary of the -Uberta Pharmaceutical Association: wo sons. Howard, Calgary, and Willam, Blairmore; two sisters, Mrs. Charles Burkitt. aud Mrs J. W. Woolf in Los Angeles, Calif. The funeral will be held on "hursday afternoon at Calgary, with interment in Calgary. Harvest Units Moving To U.S. Plow of harvest units across the oorder to the United States has tarted in the prairie provinces, 3. S. Graham. Lethbridgs district griculturist announced this morn- ng. stating that the immediate dis- trict had already contributed five combine units. More are needed and lamilies who are able to con- Tibute machinery and service un- der this exchange policy are urged to get in touch with the local agri- ultural office at once. Vfiin. Texas harvest needs al- safelv taken care of by neignboiins" states, Oklahoma has issued a call for additional combine harvesters to gather a jumper crop and Western Canada _s expected to restiond with hun- dreds of outfits, as it did last year. Adjoining states will supply the plater part of the extra power needed. These self-propelled com- rights were issued on acres northeast of Meoicine Hat to International Oil and Gas Petroleum and natural gas reser rations on 523.112 acres about Ed monton were issued to William PentelDW Taylor. The department also receivea ap nlications for one lease in ihe Turn er Vallev field, another on tn StevevUte structure and a third nea WainwrigBt.- _______ MAIL ORDERS BIG OR SMALL Receive prompt, careful atten- tion. Write with confidence to MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331-5th St S. 414-13tn St, S. Phone 2205. Phone 3445 Threatening Fare Soon Controlled ties culminates with these Canadi- an farmers reaching Canadian, soil around September first after work- ing their way north wherever need- ed. Then the flow cf Americjiri farm equipment commences to into Canada to assist with the western harvest. ELECTED BT DRUGGISTS A, M- Sutherland of Lethbridge and O. L. Reinecke of Claresholm were named to the council of the. Alberta Pharmaceutical Association at the meeting of, that body at Edmonton Monday night. N. J. Devereaux of Harma, was elected president. DISTRICT COURT CHAMBERS Judse J. Matheson of Edmonton, district court judge at Edmonton and formerly a barrister at Macleod. held district court chambers here Tuesday morning. Property worth threatened with destruction Satur- day night when fire broke out in the rear of Hoyt's Hardware store at 61S Third avenue south. Billows smoke greeted the arrival of the firefighters after the alarm was turned in at 9 p.rn, and 10 minutes latT the flames which had begun to eat through the roof were put out. Damage was confined mostly o one stock room for small hard- ware and this destruction was said o amount to approximately The alarm was turned in by an plovee of the adjacent Park Lane cafe. Miss Helen Sarko, who answered the summons of the cook. Charlie K'P1 who had seen the smoke issiang from the roof of the igrdware store. The crews of both fire stations along with the oB-shift were en- gaged, lines of hose were quickly aid from two hydrants and pumps attached. Salvage operations were continued until midnight. A watch detail was on hand until Sunday morning. The city police gave co- operation in keeping the large crowd Sat consrregated at front and rear of the building at a distance. The electric light department promptly cut off power from the store, and nelped to re-establish temporary wiring for lighting after the fire lad been nut out. The outbreak is thought to have originated in a cardboard container the stockroom. Mountain Horse Addresses Group Camp Inuspi chums of last sum- mer and their Barents joined witl members of board and staS at a re-union suppsr held in the "Y" auditorium Saturday night then listened to an interesting ad- bv Mike Mountain Horse who told them the history of the lur trading around the present: site of Lethhridge. Following the supuer films and an exhibition of Indian relics owned by Fred Bots- ford were enjoyed, with Mike Moun- tain Eorse giving a description of the various items. Chairman of the camp committee. E. C. H. Davis, told the assembled bovs and earls that an investment of" "had been made in. the Waterton Lakes camp since is was opened in 1S34. Delightful solos were contributed by Miss Boyne Johnston, and a rousing singsong was led-by JMiss Lois Cunning, accompanied by Mrs. Edith Rudedge. E. C. Cameron, general secretary of the Lethfaridge Y.M-C.A-, was chairman for the evening and out- lined the attractions of Camp Inuspi and explained the educa- tional features in connection with, it SCENE FROM -THE BY "VAMSttY MAYERS 4> BOUDAT XAJUCK0 I EASING OF BORDER CROSSING REGULATIONS WILL BE ASKED 1 Development of tourist traffic in i i Development of tourist traffic in i Monday, the King's birth- t Alberta is the objective of several! day. -was observed- as a gen- resolutions which will come oefore eral holiday Lethhndge the ninih annual convention of the did rws Alberta Board of Trade and Agri- close. Stores, offices, esc, culture in Red Deer. Wednesday, were closed for the day. The Svlvan Lake Chamber of, Ccminerce -still urge the develop- ment and improvement- of fishing in lakes aad streams as a resort attraction. Fine prevailed and drove So Watertca Park aad other resorts for the hohday. Others enjoyed the bright sucsiuse ia their garcecs. also seek completion of the David Thompson highway from Red Deer west to ;he Banff-Jasper high- Tray. The Board Trade ia wMtfcer win asfc for easing of bwder cross- ing regaUtwiMi that tourists may into Canada from the Caited States with the minimum of JBr-a Tbomp-'" mes. ar.d everyone is ra- ra a. As every town where we stopped, j 1 ?Jn. Meetings are also to be ar- BarnweU. at Tuber, as. Grassy ranged for Foremost and Raymond i ake, at Burdea. at Sow IsUnd.! giWaterton Planned Lake, at Burdea, at Bow Is the reaction to the ram same frora service station ors to farmers. "What a wonderful rain, and just in time, Or. "this 2s the best do-srapour we've, bad in years, one of the bsst we've j ever had." i The impression is.-e couldn't help j but get was that everyone was; happy with the rain and confident in the future. No one could help bu; feel the prosperity ia the air thai a good rain always brings to J the West. rsUnd were discussed Monday tie" Palominos will begin at 10 ajn. each, night at a meeting of the 3oy Scout oce-a--' day and lile stampede at 2 pjn. Eve- j cistrzct council for a district surn- rang performance stara at 7 o'clock :nsr camp at Waterton Lakes each nisht. Entries must be receiv- ticnal Park June 26 ro July 3. W. eti by -2 o'clock noon. June 13. i Royle -arill be in charge of the camp -mX rrt T? "Q "SlrtlTfl- CHIEF JUSTICE PRESIDING Hearing of divorce actions started in the Supreme Court of Alberta here tills. iutsOaj morning before Chief Justice TV. R. Howson and court is ex- pected to be in session through- out the-week. and it :s hoped to have H. 3. Hollo- o: Sdmanton. provincial execu- tive comrrassscrier, camp chief. A special meeting of the district coun- cil -sill be held next Monday night i Men- day rusht M the Sept. 20 and i :i of the chief scout of the empire, [Lord Rowailars. Palomino Show June 19-20, Nanton Nanton. "she Palomino centre of Canada." hold its annual stam- pede and palomino horse shew on Wednesday and Thursday. June 19 and 20. An auction saie of saddle horses -aril] be held at the stampede j grounds on Friday. June 21, com- mencing at p-in. Judging of i 1 I 1 1 1 I I t H t t MOVED -i ED. SINCLAIR, BARBER T Prom basement shop near 2 Hudson's Bay To Lethbridge Hotel j. With Bill 4T M T fi- T flfinilTfiril 1; ii FARMERS Crops that are bail damaged are hard to insure. Place your hail insurance now. Be Wise, Insure With Ives year, more than ever, you need HAIL INSUR- ANCE. Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate Loans The Moose lodges of the city and any visiting brother or sister are holding z SPECIAL MEETING In the T.M.C.A- WED., JUNE 12 Commencing sharp at 8 pjn. as we are having a visit from BROTHER X. G. HETB, P.S.G. RADIO SERVICE We have complete data on YOUR set, which saves us time ana you ITD. Nothing but in- stant clockwork precision is good enough in your Braking System. So renew old brakes to. new life with GM Hydraulic Brake and GM Brake lining Sets. Yes these "safety-twins" will virtually offer you a safe conduct pass through the heaviest traffic. Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile Ltd. TWO DOWNTOWN Garage open 7 ajn. to midn'ght, Sunday: 9 aura, to >Iidnijht. Monday to Satnrday. Phone 4O55 tOT Having tasen care or all worfc now oa hanc, WATCH REPAIRS WILL AGAIN BE ACCEPTED WED., JCXE 12th till further notice. I regret that it is necessary to take this means of regulating my -wo and thank you all for your trill- ing co-operation. R. A. Gillies WATCHMAKER 303-6th St. S. BOOK NEWS Then and Now" by Somerset Maugham. Just released from the press. A story of the Italian Renaissance whose colorful characters live a life of love and poiiacal intrigue. Price (Postage 10c) Commercial Printers and Office 7th Street South. OutllttCrS, LitCl. Phone 2399 "THE GIFT CENTRE" TRACTOR TIRES, TUBES RIMS complete ehangeuvera. Trimbles For Tires 316-llth St. S. Phone 2007 FENCE POSTS We have a quantity of undersized Round and Split Posts. 7 feet long. 1 C To clear out, each X These are a bargain and posts are scarce. So order them now. ATLAS LUMBER COMPANY LTD. 1602 3rd Ave. South Phone 2384 PHONE 4054 FOR PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE WASHING MACHINES VACUUM CLEANERS FLOOR POLISHERS ELECTRIC IRONERS Full Line of Beatty Parts Always on Hand SAME make of SAME Manager SAME-Store for eighteen years. IT WILL PAY YOU TO WAIT FOR A BEATTY BEATTY WASHER SALES SERVICE 409 FIFTH STREET S. presorts a partial fct opportunities avafcMt ihrwfji its Licai Natieaai Enptyneit Office. MEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Salesman (Shoe) Auto Mechanics Tailors Coal Miners Cooks Welders Carpenters Shoemaker Construction Laborers Beet Workers Electricians Wanted Elsewhere Cooks Coal Miners Auto Mechanics Tinsmith Watchmaker Shoe Repairer Switchboard Onerators Baker Welders WOMEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Experienced Stenographers Dayworkers Maids (Country and city) Waitresses (country and city) Chambermaids (Country and City) Housekeepers for Farm Hospital Help Seamstresses Factory Workers Laundry Workers Wanted Elsewhere Dry Cleaner Photo Finisher Stenographer Ward Aids Cook for Lumber Co. Beauty Culture Instructress Make fnl if the Ltcaf Office af ibtimai EnpitpMftt Scrvkt. it ts tiwre to sm e yaw aid titst of your DOMINION LABOUR DEPARTMENT Humphrey MINISTER OF LABOUR A. MacNamara DEPUTY MIMSTSR DOOR PRIZES 150 A Bond will be given away each night to the lucky ticket holder. KINSMEN THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TICKETS Including: admission to Arena and chance on all prizes. JUNE 13-14-15 IN THE ARENA DANCE EACH NIGHT All the old games of skill and chance and sever- al new ones, too, for every member of the family, in- cluding special blanket and doll booths. THE ENTIRE NET PROCEEDS OF THIS CARNIVAL TO BE USED FOR PLAYGROUNDS AND RINKS FOR THE CHILDREN OF LETHBRIDGE COFFEE HOT DOGS ICE COLD POP Doors Open at 8 p.m. KWSPAPLRl iWSPAPLRl ;