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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta raURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1946 Farm Field Day Set For June 26 Nobkford Sub-Station THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE A Held dav under the Dominion Experimental Farm service sill be leld at Nobleford on the farm of 3hris T. Withage Wednesday, June f, commencing at 2 pjn. A >rogram has been arranged and an interesting afternoon with one's nends is promised all those who ittend this event at the district sub-station at Noble- 'ord. Fake Buttons Off Uniforms For Clothing Drive Navy, army and air force uni- forms may be donated in the na- tional clothing campaign here next Monday, June 17, but buttons must, removed from the uxuforms ac- cording to a directive issued by the department of naaonal defence. Sfayor A. W. ShacSaeford. chair- man "of the local committee, says objective is to exceed the amount collected dunpg the last clothing drive here which was 20 tons, collection will stare at Monday evening and will be con- :luded that night and all those hav- ing donations are asked to have ihem ready for collectors Things should be ued in bundles with shoes being tied together in pairs. Cloth- Ing collected will be sorted and packed at the arena. Serviceable wearing apparel and bedding do- nated will help dest-tute Europeans combat the ravages of cold and exposure winter. PURE DRUGS We use only nationally-known drncs of the Highest quality for all prescriptions. McCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331 5th S. Phone 2205 414 13th St. Phone 3445 We can help you FINANCE YOUR HOME v Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate Loans A. W. Platt, Dominion Experi- mental Station. Swift Current, will discuss the sawfly resistant wheat. Rescue, he had a large part m de- i eloping. C. Neiison, Dominion Entomological Laboratory, Leih- bridse. will deal sawfly consro) measures which have been found effective in this area. Dr. C. C. Spence, Dominion economics di- vision. Edmonton, will explain simple farm accounting and income tax returns. Field demonstrations are to oe given in the following: Sanrfly re- sistant varieties, implement speed in relation to soil crafting control, emergency methods to con- trol soil dnf ting. To awaken interest among rural housewives in a home designed for convenience and comfort, Miss La Prile Low of Use Alberta Extension Service, Edmonton, will a talk and demonstration on the topic, "The House That Saves Steps." Beginners To Be Enrolled Children old enough to begin school Sept. 3 will be enrolled oy the school principals with the as- sistance of the school nurses. Miss J. MacKenzie and Miss A. Short, according to tne folloiiing schedule: Central and Bowman Monday and Tuesdav. June 17 and 18, 9 to a_m. June 19, S to ajn. June 20. 9 to ajn. June 21. 9 to 10-30 ajn. The school board requires birth certificates or other satisfactory proof of date of birth must be sub- mitted at the time of enroimeti'. 1 Children must be at least six years old bv Dec. 31, 1946. Examination and enrolment is for public school children only. One parent or adult should accompany the child. PAGE SEVEN LOUIS G. HOWARD Louis G. Howard, dominion presi- dent of the Army and Navy Vet- erans. isill riat the local unit No. 34 on Fnday. June 14. Howard is now almost at the Moose Leader Speaker Here Lethbridge Lodge 192 loyal Order of the met with Norman G. Keyd. Toronto, natlosial official of the orgaruzauon in the YJM.C-A. auditonum aisht. Tti'h J. Eaaerj, governor Mr. Keyd. is past supreme governor anc membership cirecwr for the Dominion of Canaca stopped over on his wav so Varjcomer where fee wiU open the northwest convention of the UCXM. He exoects to be in Calgary Sunday w> address the first. prormcia: rceerinp of she newly or- ganized LXXXL of Alberta Lezhbndge delegates to sins con- vention are: James Steele, prelate; Arthur Snutn. secretary; James OougalL past governor. Soeaiong to local members in- ternally. Mr. repealed ihat Random Rhymes CHBIV CASUAL opposes wnh. resolution The theory of evolution. He savs tf we teach it to chil- dren, shea They may act iiie apes instead of men And Darwin himself had to sfop and Ol a non-existent "missies GoodwiB Banquet Friday Evening Calling All Veterans 4- Men and Women Who Serred in War to be Honored at July Rally and Rodeo Gayley colored posters, from the the morning of July 4 given by workshops of Art Signs of of the jttnior chamber haie cosplayed througn- ol commerce. AttractiTe_prtzes Kin Gala To Be Colorful Event The fiftb annual carnival and of his second term of two years each as donJnlon president. unanimously re-elscied at He paid as soon as applied for. in- setu rcacie provision setup rcacie provision for several services for members and their farnlies. ex- plained, and expense was held to no deterrent to rendering the best service in needv cases. Reserve funds at a high, level is expectant tha; ihe crowds of years or exceeded this! _ _ ,._. Last year auerjdanee District of 3000 was registered. JTIW1U Elaborate preparations make The third aosual goodnnll meeting. sponsored 05 the in all their tradi- in s their meals ToKasf ftor- rushed oy UcGavtn's 3a3cery of abridge. la all 10 bands -siH provMe band of S pSeeea Warden wsl! soeak on oehai: o: dress wm be given LO call at arsr ome. which will the oeleorauons oa -_ _ be in the chair for tae oacquet. Rotarians WLU jor most attractive booths yes-. tjje best assortment of prizes last Dominion convention "at Fore revr and "money was available to assist i available for several jears. or help along estabhsh- Daring the war years the great William in 1944. During his two j nnes ;jja- tc expand, he I effort of Kinsmen was the Mil's J "T "w" ROY'S DELIVERY BAGGAGE AND ALL LIGHT TRUCKING FOB PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Phone 3959 terms he has done much good work plated out. for the various units throughout the Dominion, and has made several Dominion-wide trips in the inter- ests of the Association. The presem ______ ___ will be the third occasion he 15 lodges and six chapters. has made the trio to Lethbridgej _ to visit the local urui. Comrade D VrWIFMT" P O Howard is now in the west making Mr A I 1 .W. t T Meet at Jasper i The annual conference of the 116th District, cf Rotary Ictema- J tional will be held at Jasper Park Is Your Name On Voters list? I for Fund. Now the chief t "si there are around 891.- i project is a. children's program with Lodge. Jasper, from lo to w. Canada ar.d the emphasis on the improvement or it was announced todav Represe..- yj Rotary cluos i '10 arrangements for the Dominion con- if? f A DOR which will take place this r AJCxlVJl vear in Edmonton during Septem- ber Comrade Howard will address the nscEibers of the local unit on Fn- day evening in the club rooms at 8 P-HI- Obituary For tee past 23 years a resident of the Kipp district, Mrs. Vemess Jane Bains, wife of "Wil- liam C Bains, died on .Wednesday in a city hospital after an Utaess lasting a few davs. rhe daugater ;of Mr. and ilrs." George 3. Wyllie !of Shausrsnessy, she was born at Bow Island on April 1. 1912. and _ The Dominion has i city playgrounds. The carnival will-' lauves from the 37 Rotary lodges and Alberta has aid this fund. which comprise this Horary cis- i The club has made arrangements tries -Kill participate in the confer- with the city of Lethbndge lor as- to discuss ways of increasing j Eummg the responsibility of creas- i the efifecavere.cs of their service i ing a beautiful playground and j activities dtirins the coming year i recreational park for chilcren on Tne principal speaker at the con- the site bera-een Eighth and ference trill" be Richard H. Wells] avenues and Tenth and Seventh j or pocatello. streets south- Rojajy jn-ematio: the ofi door. be assisted t for t provided by the Hauers orchestra. Have yon registered to -role in municipal rtec- tions? That's the question alder- men wanted placed before cit- "ata-, after learning Tuesday evening that manv residents who have cast ballots in the past would not be eUcible to vote >n fetors elections if they are not and placed on In the House of Cozamons bridge's M.P.. Mr. Blacimcre asked these questions- 1. Ho'K' much per month farmer in the Lethbridge pav for a prisoner of irar to do work and other fanr 2 How mijch cf ssens rolls, even thcagh boiii i voied In the the aaterutoest stating that tae uty assessor -aiS place on the voters" lists cf the husbands and -snves el the persons whose appear os the said assessment roll providea ap- :n wnxlag signed by person assessed a made to the dJy assessor on or oefore Au; Suck names are then continued on tie voters" lists from vear to year as Ion? as -he name o5 the o-smer of the remains on the assess- ment rolL Names can also added to vot- ers" Usts o' persons oj age are British and have re- sided !n the city conttnuotisly sines the preceding November, provided sach "persons make aoplicauon dar- ing lisy, June July or August. These must mate application every year. Registraticns are not necessary in the conference. Qf Hi- come before the meetaag Blairmore Patrol For Light Satisfying Sappers And just as easy as 1 2 3 to prepare! Mix Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour with milk or water pour onto the grid- dle... a flip and those golden- brown discs of deliriousness are ready for the ever eager appetites of your family! Serve Aunt Jemimas often. They're a light, satisfying meal any season of the year! 'was identified witn Church. the Anglican Besides her husband and parents she is mourned by rwo sons, George William ana John. "Wadsley: a. bro- ther, Gorcon, ac Shaughnessy; a sister, Helen Georgma WyUie of Calgarv. Funeral services will be held in ilamn Bros.' chapel oa June 14, ac 2 ojn., with the Rev. Grant ofiidanng. Interment be in tfle Mountain Tievr cemetery. Martin Bros, are in. charge of ar- rangements. may be spent for the prisoner of buving goods of certain Sands and "deducting she cost from the monthly cheoue' 3. What "oecomes of the remain-. der of the cheoue? j------------- Mr. Mitchell, minister of labor, i Blainrtore patrol team won the renLed: 1 patrol dnil competition against Cal- per month, or per day.; gary at the Elks provincial conven- plus board and lodgings where the j sion at Hed this week. They prisoner is placed on an individual farm. Where the prisoner is work- ing out from a hosr-el. pay- ment is on "an acreage rate basis for sugar beet operations and on an hourlv rate basis for other agri- cultural labor at; the prevailing rate for such 2. 50 cents per cay. 3. The amounts caid by the farm- er for the services of prisoners, less successfully defended the Roy Pen- dray shield. W. H. Waidron of Okotoks. was elected provincial president. The next convention goes to Calgary? In. the membership increase cup competition Wijitelaw lodge placed first, Goldman second and Barons third. Barons was tbe last year's winner. The convention set up a committee to discuss with the provincial government estab- ihe amount of 50 cents a day cred- j lishmsnt of a home for delinquent Ued to the prisoner and less the boys. costs of the department of labor for prisoner-of-war administration.' are paid into the consolidated rev- enue" fund of Canada, i the voters" lists. 20. j atv H W Menz% inal. %J1 cd out that through the amendment -------1RS on "-Magic Ox j to city charter _ District Governor Harold at the tMlK sefsion of the provincial J. Snel! of Red Deer, wiU presice legislature only the followin? are j cases where hussacd snd ap- automatically placed on tie j pear on the assessment rolls at tvers u> jjsjs i joint owrers of property. Names of persons cf age who are Applications for "egxiratlaa me nomination of district assassec m OArl, oc voters ar? availaole a: assess- erncr for the fiscal year 1346-4. revised assessment ro" -or raent department; in the city The Rotarsan selected to succeed prOperty S200 or more Where throughoat the week, including Sas- the present governor will i prcperty owned bv two or urdav afternoons. take of5ce on July 1. and ml. i persons and is assessed to'------------------------------------------ become the official representative; thel- uaujes eacn person will oe of inremational in the 116th on the voters" lists if the total assessed value of the prop- i is suacient when divided to give eaca person a rating of S200 cr more. Most be Registered The charter amendment requires registrations in cases whers only the husband or wife is listed on of Rotary international in the 116th district. ___ CLEARINGS tTP This .........il.110.417.73 Last year 920.SK1.S5 RETIREMENT ANNOCXCED being for 36 vears junior partner In the Malo. Xfahon Lumber Co., C. C. Mahoa of Taber began considering months ago retirement from the firm which he has rio-s- dor.e by selling his inter- ests In the business to Omar and Pat Malo. sons of D Malo, senior partner, as confirmed by them. TENTS Tourist 9x9 S17.7S Barrett TRACTOR TIRES, TUBES RIMS complete ehangeovers. Trimbles For Tires 316-llth St. S. Phone 2007 MOTORISTS Lubrication to us doesn't mean just the sale of oil or grease, but a means of help- ing our customers' cars to perform the best and to re- duce their cost of operation. TWO DOWNTOWJf LOCATIONS Beny Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Ltd. Main Garage open 7 ajn. to midnight. Monday to Saturday Sunday: 9 ajn, to Midnight Phone 4OS5 f Hail Insurance MERRILL AGENCIES Bldy. Phone 4474 Fixtures FARMERS Crops that are bail are hard to insure. Place your hail insurance aw. Be Wise, Insure With hes FENCE POSTS We have a quantity of undersized Round and Split Posts. 7 feet Ions- 1 To clear out, each X OC These are mnd are scarce. So order them now. ATLAS LUMBER COMPANY LTD. 1602 3rd Ave. South Phone 2384 ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 104 MeFAfiULSK 8LDO. 356t Lethbridre DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA THE ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS LETHBRIDGE UNIT NO. 34 WILL HOLD A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING ON FRIDAY, JUNE 14 AT 8 P.M TO WELCOME OUR DOMINION PRESIDENT COMRADE LOUIS G. HOWARD ALL MEMBERS ARE REQUESTED TO BE IN ATTENDANCE REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED American Name Band Series GENE KRUPA With the Irresistible Rhythm of DANCE DRUMS AND HIS ORCHESTRA COMING z JUNE 24th AT TBK ARENA Sponsored LETHBRIDGE CHAPTERS I.O.D.E. DOOR PRIZES 450 A Bond will be given away each night to the lucky ticket holder. THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TICKETS Including admission to Arena and chance on all door 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 familyt in- cluding a p e cial blanket and doll booths. THE ENTIRE NET PROCEEDS OF THIS CARNIVAL TO BE USED FOR PLAYGROUNDS AND RINKS FOR THE CHILDREN OF ISTHBF100E WOT DOGS ICE COLD POP Doors Open at 8 p.m. SPAPJLRl ;