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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTXnr tA la ATtj JL URGE ACTION ON P1NCHER-PASS SECTION OF NO. 3 HIGHWAY South-.over this road and also that all era Trans-CaEada Highwav Asso-1 early and late tourist traffic must, ciatlon in a letter to the minister j of necessity, travel this of public works. Hon. W. A. Pal- low. has likened the stretch of No. 3 highway from Pincher Creek station to the B.C. border as a "cancerous sore" in Southern "Al- berta's network of Concerned over the fact that no immediate improvement was in sight for this particular stretch of highway this summer the letter pointed out to the minister the im- portance ihis lint of highway plays in providing as Tear-round high- way to British Columbia and the north western states; the increas- ing X'olume of freight and tourist traffic to and from the province The scenic "grandeur of the Pass as a tourist attraction was also pre- sented to the minister. A reply has been received from their annual display of work. Deputv Minister Monkmaa since exceptioaiJly fine was o >ns- froaa the j play and the home project Parents Admire HandWork Display DIAMOND CITY CHNS) home economies department in the Diamond City school presented a .bright appearance despite the ad- verse outside, when they held open house to the district DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE The Farmers' Corner! DONT. LOAD UP NOW Acute Shortage Cement Stocks CCCEMAN nd orher mmsnls viiiuble to nejJth. As rcfrcsiii.TS as thcr ire ideal for summer ulads, oranseade and for eaang whole. Juice-fUU ro _.________ juice SookiK Oranges we periecr "wzker-oppei" ia the njormngs coohag and refreshiaj u breeze from the sa! Grown in sheltered riKeys nestling snow cspped snounriins _ Ciiiforau iges ther extrj" rich flavour from i combinatjon o: fertile soil, wjra 2nd tool Sor.ktst Oranges ire the r.ncst from coopersang Cahfotnu-Anzoiut atnu ers Sunkist CALIPORMIA ORAMCES Ray Shanks, whom she has not seen for twentv vears. SELECT CHURCH SITE CARSSTON (HNS) Bishop Holland of the L.IXS. fourth ward fields they are of prac- j practices. i of wheat will be seen. tically no value as they are oncaa- able of tripping alfalfa flowers The forage croo work at the Leth- bridge Experimental Station is un- i which is essential before fertiliza- der the charge of R. W. Feake.! on tion can take place. -.....A Of special interest for the ladies a talk by Miss La Pnle Low annoimcec Sur-dav the site for the and rec new Fourth "Ward be on the southeast corner of the Neil .rorsytli comer. The chapel win be commenced as soon as ma- terial is available. James Frodsham is the chairman of the finance committee, with W. Komm the sec- re tarv-treasurer. OUTBREAK OF JAUNDICE outbreak of jaundice Tv-1? been reported at the "local school with several school Thar. Saved Steps." Peake was bom in Lethbndge Miss Low's address will Regressing abandoned farea land and received all of his earlier i overgrazed pastures schooling there. He graduated from at Clareshclm sne will dis- ....i cuss Summer Salads. CO. SH-6th ATC. South. Phone 3568. SewarlBg. eg. re-cor- ing with origins! equipment cores- 114-Sth St. S. Phons 412L 1553 S44 I tors "cleaned, repaired, recored. De- and toys made, reiinlshed or re- paired. Nic-Nac Shop. 416A-3ra St. Roy Kemp, 327-3rd St. S. Phone 1522 South. Phone 3558. 103 i CEMETERY MEMORIALS Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORSTS Phone 392C. R. Needs, 325-8th St. S. 1632 REFRIGERATION REFRIGSRATION Sales Serrtce. I. S. Jones. Phone 4553. 2906-7th Are. C., RE-TREADIXG CONTRACTORS All NEW LAWNS necessary matenal on hand; which attention has been given in! ture at Olds in 1931 and he ob- recens years with a high degree of success. For this purpose a number of Segrassmg Stations have been tamed his B-Sc. degree from the University of Alberta, in 1936. Dur- The program will start at 2 the talks wiH be short and there will be ample time to discuss in- ing these years he had been em- dividual problems. Keep the date established in Southern Alberta. On ploved at the Experimental Station of nearest; sunscaaon fiela aay two of these Stations muck of this during the summer and in 1937 he I 1311 to You work concerns grazing studies with i was supervisor of tiie Re- H Crested Wheatgrass. Thss phase of is being extended now zhat a new man has been sdded to the to trirh sa witn of illness has caused them, to miss con- siderable school time. KELOWNA VISITOKS and Mrs. A. F- Jscobson left at the weekend for Kelowna. B.C_ where thev will risis.with their daughter. Miss Helea Jacobson. and they will also visit other relatives in tbe west before returning home. WELDING FOR PORTABLE or SHOP WELDING Phone 3S99 Richards Welding 323-3rd St. tition in an effort to" find forage grassing Stations operated under the P.F.S.A- by the Lethbridse Ex- perimental Station. In 1940 fie was transferred to the Dominion For- age Crops Laboratory at Saskatoon. He received the M_Sc.. degree from the University of Saskatchewan in crops that will control perennial j 1941 for work on forage crops af- weeos and studies are made of the j ter which he returned to the Leth- abiiity.of deferent grasses to re- i bridge Station. In 1943 a reorgan- tum root; fibre to soil as a means izadon was made in the division of of controlling wind and water ero- work at the Lethbridge Station and Mr. Peake was placed in charge Irrigated pastures are an impor- of all forage crop work on the Sta- tant factor in economical live stock tion and directed from there. LETHBRIDGE EXPERIMENTAL FARM WEEKLY LETTER SUBSTATION FIELD DAYS Thursday. June 27. Lomond. Oper- Field days on District Expert-} il. Benson, ment Substations are the meeting; Friday, June 28. Foremost. Oper- ground of farmers and Technical'. G. Wolfe. agriculturists. Here the practical application of theory finds expres- sion and first hand results can be seen. will not be disappointed. opics It is still not too late to sow oats for greenfeed. With all the early June moisture they would make a good crop to tuck away for the winter to make up for the heaiy drain, on the feed reserves last winter. With top beef cattle selling around to 14 cents a pound it's worth while protecting thai investment. Saturday, June 29, Whitla. Opera- i N. Babe. j "Wednesday, July 3. Blndloss. i _ _. Barnes. t Field days on District Experiment Thursday. Julv 4 Acadia Vallev Substations will be held in the near A! Heiden I j future as follows: Friday. July 5. Craigmyle. Oper- i Monaay, june 24. Claresholm. L. Branam. j L-Reynolds. Saturday. Julv 6. Drumheiler Tuesday, June 2o, Fmcher Creek. (Pope O An- P. Cvr. i drew Wednesday, Nobleford. An excellent program has been arranged opening with the movie, "Soil of recentlv re- leased by the National Film Board. A. W. Plate. Dominion Experi- j mental Station, Swift Current, will i discuss the new sawfiy resistant T. Witnage. packed IN BOTH REGULAR 6R1KDS Good to the last Drop I The whole crop uicture over most of South Alberta changed from blue to bright in the ten days from May 28 to June 7. Five inches of ram m the nick of says there "ain't no If you have some land to prepare for seeding down in the early fall now is a good time to do it. But leave lots of trash on top. If it's sod land skimming the top with a one- way and disking the scd up so It en top will prevent drifting, protect Use seed and provide plant food which will be avail- able to the new grass and clovej. Wheel Alignment Saves tire wear Gives driving comfort Increases safety We a specialized department and the most modern equipment to renoer this service 'or you. LET US CHECK YOUR CAR Beny Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Ltd. TWO DOWNTOWN LOCATIONS Main Garage open 7 a.m. to mldnizht. Monday to Saturday Snnrlay: 9 aja. to Midnight Phone 4O55 for service FOR YOUR HOME-MADE PIES CAKES TRY ELLISON'S "ROYAL PASTRY" ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR COMPANY LTD. MiUers of Fine Quality Floor for 38 Tears. mowers and clippers sharpened. A. Bachman. Lawn Contractor. Phone 1226 BUILDING, Construction Plans and Supervision. 2077 G. H. Lambert. Phone 322 He-caopicg and He-treadins Tires. NORTH LETHBRIBGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. ___________Phone 4263.________1270 RETREADING, HECAPPTNG AKD WLCANJZING "The Most Modern and Best SqniD- ped Shop in the South." J. A. TIRE SUFPLT. 402-lsi Avenue South. Phone 35SO. 16S7 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ALL TYPES ol electrical work and repairs bv careful workmen. McSen- aie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE i PINK Electrical contracting end refrigera- tor work. Phone 3929. 5I4-7th Ave. South. 118 ROOFING CHARLTON HILL 304-9th St. S. Phone 1687 ROOFING. Siding and Insulation. Reg. Jones snd Her Buce. Phone 4550 13S3 REPAIRS 34 Hour Service on Ali Makes of Small GAS ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Maytae Sales and Service. 317-Sth Street Scutti. Phcns 4458. _ _ 399 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without! SEWING MACHINES___________ batteries. WE REPAIR all mafces of machines. REBER ELECTRIC. St. S. Electrical Conn-actors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1696 FARM LIGHTING AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth St. S. Phone 3848 or 3753. 1720 FLOOR SANDING Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 620 3rd Ave. S. Phons 2243. 921 FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid. Sanded and Finished- All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th St. N. Phouc 11741 SEWING SERVICE MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, AND FINISHED. The Modern Wav. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. All work guaranteed. 1055 HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Sewing Maebirte Co. 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243.____________520 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHT GRAHAM, Phone 2532.; .Hloae 4494. 122 McFarland Bldg. BtrrrON-HOLBS. Work guaranteed Mrs. R. Harris. 14 Devon Court. Phone 2S32. 63 SHINGLING FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORXE LONG. PHONE 3569. We welcome out of town business. 30 FURNITURE MOVING McLEAN TRANSFER i Storage. Crating. Packing. Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. _______S40-6th St. S._______430 FURRIERS SPECIALIZE 5n Cedar and Asbestos shffiglir.g. Proinp service. Hiebert Bros., 920-7th St. N., Letabncas. SHOE REPAIRS STEVE'S SHOS RSPAIR SHQP 322-Trh Si. S. Phone 3S55. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barva. SSI LEE _ DUCK. Tailoring and Hat work. 330-I3th St. N. Phona 2770. 1336 _____ TIME SHEETS LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in the i latest styles, saving priced. Expert' restyling. relining. cJeaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and '.________________________________ dresses for occasion. GARAGES. ATTENTION NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP; MECHANICS TIME SHEETS "Famous lor Finer j earned us stock. Any S04-3rd Avenue S. PbODe 3276 HERALD JOB DEPT. Phons 3203. 750 4S3 ENERAL R EPA IRS LAWNMOWER" and SAWS'sharp- ened. Bicycles and Phonographs repaired. Locksmith and Gunsmith. i Union Repair Shop, 123S-3rd Ave S. "if. appJyin? Rock Wool Insulation and Asphaii Shin- ilrs to buildings, old or new. Ex- perienced crsws on the job the year round. Yrestem House Improvement Co. 1 8 Stafford Block. Phone 2853. 181 VACUUM Vacuum Cleaner Service. All niakss. McSer.Eie Electric? Ltd. Phone 3637. 1______________________________252 UPHOLSTERY________________ GRAHAM AND JELFS i Chesterfield Upholstering sad Repairing. Track Seats and Car Upholsterteg- Fumisjaiirsg. All work guaranteed, j 40S-5th St. S Phone 3470. 112S _ VULCANIZING Truck Car Tire Val- Guaranteed. Line bels New and Used TJras. CHAPTEK MEETING CHAMPION- tHNS) The monthly meeting of the "Lael' Chapter I.O.D E. be held Tuei- dny, June ISth al the home of Mrs. J Gulicsscn. RETURN TO CR.XNBROOK CHAMPION HNS> MT Mrs. G. Orr? Mrs. Cheshrr and .MTSS'.! "in. r cd to Cra-brook, B.C.. a here. ANNOUNCE BIRTH DIAMOND CITY (HNS) and Mrs. Make Herbut announce the bmh of a son. BRIDAL SHOWER spiicir.g I NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS j AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODTEAS Dealer. '_________ Phone -525S.________1370 i Tire Repairs and Vulcanizing o" all Kinds. Spacing. "A Tire J. A. J TIKE SI 40C-1K A-.enue South. Phcr.e WHEEL AUON1NG i Tues- day. June 4. Miss Zona Layna was guest of honor at a bridal shower at the Lester Lybbert home, hos- tesses bein? a number of her girl friends. About 50 guests gathered. The gifts were wheeled in a pink i and white decorated basket. The I was assisted in opening them by Jackie Nelson and Flora i Lybbert. Short Stop Service Station Brake Service. 4th Si. Phone 4157. 5SO WATCH REPAIRS Expert Watch sad Clock Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP, Coaldale. 1573 WELDING Phone 3899 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service. Guaranteed Worfc. Richard's Welding, 323 4th St. S. 1351 NEWSPAPER We change the steel rims of tract- or wheels to riaas suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue, Pboae 2544 iWSPAPfc.RI ;