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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1946 THE LETKBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE Highlights In The News Sponsored radio programs broad- est by radio Luxembourg before he nar to Britain's ban oa ommercial radio will likely be re- iarted ia July. Canada uras elected in New York o a place on a nine-power com- nittee of the world health confer- Twenty-four sea cadets repre- senting rnanv parts of the United Kingdom will leave for Canada July 6 under an empire "close under- standing" plan. The Vanguard. Britain's latest and most powerful battleship, has 1 senate approve uncergone a series of trials. Naval tions of _its reso experts on board are reported nee set no to draft rules of pro- edure for the prooosed world health lly satisfied- wish her performance, organization, the" "chosen instru- The Vanguard goes into commission cext month. The Netherlands plan to build up aent" of the United Nations to :uard the health of the world in e atomic age. its" shipping from "its present ap- Pire which required hours 1.700.000 tons to more railway board, and India govern- ment financial representatives. Records In both tonnage and financial turnover -were made by tne Southern Alberta Dairy Pool in the last fiscal year, it was reported at the annual meeting of tne Poolj held in Calgary. Senator Walter Hayden fL., On- tario) urged Is Ottawa that rove the recommenda- resources committee for j mitigation of taxation on the gold j mining industry because, he it would provide a boon "for thei hole of Canada." j Leeds and Grennlle county conn-! Ontario passed a resolution j and assets amounted to over in the fiscal jear ending October, 1945. according to reports given to the convention of the Sas- katchewan Federated Co-Operatives in Saskatoon, Organizing livestock a conference day. June attend from packing indi in promoting junior calf clubs in Alberta. everywhere and nowhere. You there are very many Mice on the Green Meadows and they are con- stantly making new little paths for food, or to go of uniform junior when looking visiting, or to escape enemies. So Little Squeak ran in him grew. He was looking at something he- couldn't understand at all. for, never in his snort life had he seen anything like is. He was looking' Business Directory For Quick, Efficient Serrice get in touch with: hungry! at a great smooth surface where i no; so much as a single of and ran grass was growing. It wasn't bare ACCOUNTANTS hun. long as he got far away from after the manner of the tail grasses dreadful Mr. Biacksnake. When he was familiar with- To the hyle _ j he was sure he wasn't; oeing fol- Mouse they looked as tali trees do lowed he stopped being afraio. to you and me. --Val' creeping into the tali grass ne: Cus from aa.ocg them came a rested. After a. while he -aent on. feathered stranger, H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block. 3rd Avenue Soutb. Income Tax Phone 3943. 1933 AIR CONDITIONING FBEEL SHEET METAL McCIary furnace and modern air- conditioning. See our floor displav 1329 tores and two dwellings in St. Jelstm, Que.. a collection of sniok- ng ruics alter a water shortage lampered firemen in their fight. J. B. Eynd. chancellor of the 3uchy of" Lancaster, said in the Jniish commons certain Ukrairsi- newspapers from Can- ida. sent to the British zone in Sennaay, mere confiscated because hey contained anti-Soviet articles. Gen. Mark W. CJark won senate for permanent rank is major-generaL Fire of unknown origin caused an S100.000 damage Thurs- iay when five biiiJdings ttere gut- ed by flames in Fortierville, Que. Thomas Gilligan, 19-year-old nonton garage mechanic, sas kill- when the mctorcjcle he was rid- r.g crashed into an R.C-iLP. lighl- ielivey truck. Albert Isaac or 'onoka. was killed by an autorno- Mle when he attempted to cross he street with his six-year-old eis- ter during raffic. the heavy noon-hour Hidden in papers with baffling titles to be presented at. the 29th annual conference of the Chemical Institute of Canada starting Mon- day in Toronto is the story of war- iinie research and peacetime de- velopments in Canadian chemistry. Some discoveries born under'the hush of wartime secrecy will be re- vealed. Heurich Siemer. one of five Ger- mans accused of murdering an Aus- tralian flight sergeant hailed out near Hamburg in 1945. has hanged himself in his cell, the Bri- tish sews service m Germany said. A large number of photo-engrav- ing concerns will be forced to close within a few days because of lack of silver nitrate. The senate ia Ottawa adjourned unsii ness week further considera- tion of a suggestion that a special senate committee study four points arising from the Day" bill. Tlie bill would change the designation of July 1 from Domin- ion Day to Canada Day. It origin- ated in the commons. Australia has agreed to ship 000.000 dozen eggs and 10.000 tons of egg pulp to Britain this all-time record. A bill providing for the establish- ment; of a statutory corporation to operate radio and cable services linking Australia to other countries was introduced m the Australian house of representatives. Six hundred recruits are being sought in the Edmonton district for the Roval Canadian Naw Reserve Force. 1 up wuii'.jf V-JUAA- in ffile fall iut a v- nvkri ij ap- ciis in (Ontario passed a resolution j a sceciaji film board iepresen'atr.e' here, or to nioble tender grass f nore tasking tnat every niamed man aaoosnted eac'i of "5" there. When a irtle curved i just i allowed an exemption of S2.0SO and; so that he couldn't see he i every single man an exemption of creot. along slowly until ne could" s 51.000 income tax. i RWnmpnt o' made oeeo around the curve. Where' f CKARLTON i HIM. falT when stopping lor a bite of sweet clover neither walked nor flew, but ao- Sheet Metal and Roofuat Contracts. grass peared to be sitting on that strange Furnace and Eavestrough, Repairs. imooth surface. Ye- she was mov- 1828 MOTOBS, ELECTRIC Fully equipped shop, expert -Fork- man, for tie repair of fractional and tnree phase motors. MeKcufe Electric MTT. MIMEOGRAPHING _ AIX WORK CAKEFCttT J. Brown, care Brwm's Musical Supplies. City.______1871 A membership of more than 10.000 and a business turnover of 943 in the last year was reported at the 21st annual meeting of the Central Alberta Dairy PooL A suit to revoke the charter ins along, leaving behind her two 9 silvery lines that srew farther ar.c WRECKERS of the person firing the bullet rrmxG FRED a speciality. Si Phoae 273S. 1331 i ARCHER Interior and SxterSor Decorator. Modem Equipment Phone 2463. unknown. The north Atlantic traffic con- ference of the International Air Transport Association which groups together commercial airline oper- ators will be held beginning Sept. 4, it was announced in Montreal. William I.. Geppert, 64. managing editor of the Cumberland, MIX News and chairman of the Chesa- peake Association of the Associated Press, died 3n hospital at Cumber- land. Gen. Tadeusz Komorowski. known as General Bor, leader of Pohsh underground forces in Wersaw, was among 980 civilian and 70 military passejigers who boarded the liner Queen Mary Thursday in New York en route to Southampton. Ignored by passing rpwboats. Earl Harold and Harry Irvine were res- cued by fishermen a few minutes before their S70O sceedboat plunged to the bottom of the Bay of Quinte near Belleville. Ont. Ontario Attorney-General Leslie E. Black-nreU said the establishment of province-wide standards for boih rural and municipal police forces was the a'm of the new police act The Ontario government is con- a path. He stopped waere tiny eyes looked as if thev might a scheme to remedy the was stm partly hidden by pop right out of his head. I serious lack of nurses" in ihe pro- i grass and peeped out. A: or.ce i "QwacJc. quack, quack! Better was filled -with wonder, a --von- run back in the grass- sr.d so srreat. that he forgot that he little called Mrs. Quaclc.! the public General Kcspua: lired He rorgol he uttle Squeak did. s Chatnam, Ont. but he did no. en- i alore and 3e rcraot: to I (Copyright, 1346. by T. W. Burgess) 1417 ing with the salaries paid judges. large on the statement. semaln but crept ou: ia the i David Smith, who has been direc- r of the Community Life Train- 1 ana ...e The next "A tor ing Institute ui county for, the last eight years, said in Barne, 1 Ont-. he has accepted an appoint- i ment as director of adult education' for Saskatchewan. Ke succecs Dr. i Watson Thompson and will take up j his new duties July 15. I Major T. Bruce Jerinings, Salva- tion Army public relation officer' stationed at London. Ont.. for the pas; year, has received word that j he is "to be transferred to 'Windsor.) Ont.. with his successor in London j being Major Donald Ford of Win- nipeg. A three-car centennial celebra- tion at Ite a La Crosse. Sask., the first established parish in the northwest, will be attended by Car- dinal Vllleneuve of Quebec, and a party of two monsignors, seven bishops and 40 nriests. i; was an- nounced at The "Pas. The celebra- tion will be held June 29 to July 1. soon to be introduced in the legis- lature. towels. FCR-ALL (formerfy wKjpp-d through tbe with the help of this safe bleach. She uses FOR-ALL for sinlw bathtubs too to remove ugly staias mod Her friends have told her that FOR-AJ-i. is excellent antiseptic to be as f or to sponge cuts and Read the label on your FOR-AI_I_ bo I lie (formerly FAIRVIEW CHEMICAL COMPANY LTD, REGINA F the Klu Klux Klaa was filed b--- the state of Georgia in Superior Court. Eugene Cook, state attorney-gen- eral, said it was intended to dis- solve the national organization ol the invisible empire. Argentina nas joined the inter- national food emergency council, leaving only Russia among 21 in- vited countries staying aloof. The country-wide Indian railway strike, which "was scheduled to be- gin, a; midnight June 27. and which would have affected l.QCO.OOO rail- has been called off follow- The need for continued support of the Chinese War Relief Fund, so that desperately needed medical of i supplies, drugs, hospital equipment, ambulances and other relief may be sent to China was stressed in Cal- gary Thursday by- Everett J. Case. Toronto, national treasurer of the fund. About 200 delegates to the 1946 convention of the Canadian Physi- cal Education. Association are in attendance at the association's four- day meet at Jasper. Decision to form an Alberta real estate association was made at a meeting in Red Deer of the Cal- gary and Edmonton leal esta'e ________________________ .boards. A meeting of all real es- discussioiis between -represent- tate brokers in the province -will be of the railway -workers, the held Sept. 7 at Red Deer to organize the association. A critical food shortage -will exist at least until tlie harvesting of 1947 crops. L. B. Pearson. Canadian am- bassador TO the United States, said in Washington. Retention rA the Union Jack as Canada's was urged at the an- nual convention of the Grand Orange Lodge of British America at Winnipeg in a report of the grand council. John Fisher. CBC commentator, the Hth annual conference of Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Ballot Box Little Squeak Is Filled With Wonder In common things all wonder lies The Farmers' Corner FARM MACHINERY RESEARCH NEEDED Most of the practical research in farm machinery in the has been concentrated at Swift Current Experimental Farm, and a ijood job 5s bein? done there. We would like to see still further research done on seedins machinery. Farmers work all season on their snmmerfaUow to hold the trash oa top; then go out in the spring with cultivating: and drilling implements which blast the irash to the winds and leave the fields fit for dr'fUn? as happened three different times this season. It may be that we need a furrow or shoe drill with packers follow-in? in the furrows. Or it may be we need some adaptation of the Noble btider for seein? under the trash cover. Certainly we need something different from the cultivating and seeding implements most farmers are using today, and we need research to find the rijht cncs. Servant of Agriculture BEAUTY PARLORS___________ CALL WESTBROOK'S BSACTY PARIOR for your Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. 3852. 60? VOGUE BEAUTY SHOP -MW-lSth Street North. The Latest in Hair Styling. Phone 22S7. 824 WELLINGTON BROS, The Decor- ators." Sst. 1907. For estimates ohone S472. Res- Sll-lOta St. S- i UEN BECCHET Painnng. Paper- 323-Hta St. Phone ____________________254 TCNTNG CEHARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. 1505-4th Ave. N. ____________________ 1963 RADIO REPAIRS KEPLER'S Bf GGY REPAIRS____ BA3V" BCGGY wheels retired, paired and trued. Sevice while you wait. BERT MAC'S 315-7U1 St. S. Phone 3232. _________________________________3S1 BICYCLE REPAIRS 5 GUARANT32D REPAIRS TO ALI. I MAKES RADIOS, HHAHING i AIDS and APPLIANCES. 322A 7th St. S. Paose 4358. 1178 Phone 3232 BERT MAC'S Where the-.- build up the performance of vour the Charges. 315-7th St. S. 3EO BARRETT'S BRING VOUR BICYCLE to thu best equipped shop in the south. i and "accessories lor all makes EXPERT RADIO i 11, American. English, carried HEPAIHS- ALL PARTS AND i !n stock. BERT .t MAC'S 315-7th Sr. S. Phone 3232. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. CLARKE 3LX. PEONS 4554. 382! 1625 CABINET MAKING Counter Store Fixtures and General 'Woodworking. LETHBRrDGE WOODWORKING CO. 6li-6th Are. South. Phone 3568. S44 Lethbridge Experimental Station RAPIATOR REPAIRS RADIATORS LIMITED KARRISOS-ifcCORD Radiator Sen ice Repairing, clesnirg. re-ear- ing with original eqtapcient cores. 114-SUl St. S. Phone 4121. 1583 One of the major problems in- the rehabilitation of prairie aeri- j culture has been to overcome the' damage done to large areas of land thai once were broken and new have been abandoned. These abandoned lands are of little or nc use anal they have oeen reclaimed j to production and in mas- cases, _ this mearis being brought back to i When seen through unaccustomed i grass. This Is bv no means a simple eyes. Mother Nature. task and when P.F.H.A. iras ce- i veloped a. study of was a i major project and was actively! UtUe Squeak didn's fesl so, undertaken by the Lethbridge Ex-1 grown-up as he had. The truth is i penmental Station and has con- j he -was feeling much wcas he j tinusd as such, to the present time, j really -sras, a small and very young jjj tjje earlier phases of this u-orfc Meadow Mouse vrho Vas Imams: studies Trere made to determine the oat how little he reaHy about. species and varieties of grasses j the Great "World he had been so most f unable for regrassmg the sure he knew all about. A great! abandoned lands, mainlv in the fright had started nun rannir.g as drier areas. The questions of the i fasc as his shon less could take' best time for seeding and best i to he hadn't the seeding methods were him. but least idea. What had so Wouldn't you be your home, the place you had been sure was the safest place m all the Great World, you had found a terrible giant you were sure was waiting there" to swallow you whole? Since leaving the snug nest in which he had been bom Little Squeak had lived under an old board on the Green never going far from it. Every time he had been frightened he given i i study and from these" studies has, frightened him? j developed a satisfactory procedure frightened if ia i of regressing with crested wheat- regrassirjg grass as the favored grass. Studies now have been extended to determine the ability of crested wheatgrass to control perennial weeds, its placs in the fanning pro- gram in relation to rebuilding de- pleted soils. a.nd its value in build- ing up the fibre content of the soil to resist wind and water "erosion. Studies are under way on the STOPS AND OFFICE FEXTURES. household and children's furninire j {j and toys made, reftolshed or re- paired. Nic-Nac. 416A-3ra I South. Phone 3558. 102 i CEMETERY AIE3IORIALS i REFRIGERATION Importers of Scotch and Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE "VroNTTHENTAI, WORKS Phone 3920 R. Needs, 325-8th St. S. 1632 CONTRACTORS NEW LAWNS AH necessary material on hand: fully modern equipment; also lawn meters and c'inpers shnroenetL A. Baehmna. Lawn Contractor. Phona 210 122S ___ _ ___ ___ I BUILDING. Construction Plans and j Stsnervssion. G. H. Lambert. Phone 2077. 322 REFRIGERATION Sales Service. I. EL Joaes. Phone 4555, 1906-7th Ave. C-. Lethbridge. 194 RE-TREADISG He-capping and Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBRIBGE MOTORS AND ACTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4258. 1270 RETREADING. RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING "The Most Modern and Best Equip- ped Shop In the South." 3. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY. 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 35SO. 1657 ROOFTNG ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS CHARLTON HILL ALL TYPES of electrical work 304-9th St. S. Phone 2S99 repairs bv careful workmen. McKer- 2ie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 A. JOHNSTON Mr Johnston was bom and raised on a farm at Webb, Saskatchewan. and received his early schooling a; that point. He went on from there to the University of Saskatchewan and after specializing ;n Field Husbandry received his BS.A- de- gree in 1941. He came to the L-eth- j PEAKS PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3S29. 514-7th Ave. South.______________________iia REBER ELECTRIC. 710-fith St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1695 FARM LIGHTING iiA AJ.t V-liiiil_ carrying capacity of crested wheat- bridge station at thai; time and fcr had darted back under it to right i gross pastures and its proper place i the next two rears took an active 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 15S7 ROOFING, Siding and insulation. Reg. Jones aad Res Duce, Phone 4550 1393 REPAIRS 24 Hour Servics on All Makes of Small GAS ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Maytag -Sales and Service. 317-Sth Street South. Phons 4456. 399 SEWING MACHINES 205-lOth St. S. away have that -wonderful feeling of being perfectly safe. But just a price and a spirit of understarttas j whom he had seen' another Mouse only a; between her "French and English- 1 T. sneaking neoples and urged them to bo m Little work toward those ends. j Squeak ran along uttje patns _ __ i through the grass of the Green R. P Bobbins of Shaunavon Meadows. One" iittle path would, lead this wav. Another little path would lead that. way. Those paths were so small that had you been a balanced grazing program for livestock. The active supervision of th: part in the regrassing work. The army then beckoned and after i serving for three years in Canada Phone 3848 or 3753. 1720 FLOOR SANDING phase of forage crop work is the j and overseas Mr. Johnston return- i responsibility of A. (Alex) Johnston, ed to the station in November, 1945.1 LETHBRIDGE EXPERIMENTAL FARM! 01 WEEKLY LETTER FLOOR SPECIALIST j Floors Laid. Sanded and All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON New. Sask.. and Robert, MacKay of Max- J ville, Ont., were appointed associate members of the Robertson associate committee of the Canadian Seed passing that way you probsbly. HAY-MAKIXG WITH markets simply because there were CRESTED WHEATGRASS not sufficient feed stocks to carry them through the winter. The production of adequate feed feed consists of stacked hay. grain, reserves is an important par; of or winter pasture, but of these onlv !37-14th StN. WE REPAIR, all makes of machines. "Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co.. 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. 921 SEWING SERVICE Phone 2532. HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 620 3rd S. Phone 2243. 920 ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. H74 i Phone 4494. 122 McFarland 31dg. MERRICK BROS, FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Wav. Growers' Association at the asso- would not have noticed them at, the ranch-farm economy. This is i the first two can be depended noon 1 308-7th Are A S lion in all unless you were looking for, particularly true m the dry areas _ as the winter pasture may be AH work suaranteed. 1035 j ciation's 42nd annual conven Winnipeg. Co-operative sales totalled SS.-' were very many of them leading have been sacrificed on glutted j After Oliver Cromwell's death, certain of his followers founded a debating society, the "Coffee Club of the at Miles' Coffee House in London. They used the first ballot box seen in England and called it -''our wooden for Coffee Maxwell House is bought and enjoyed by more people than any other brand of coffee in the world. Millions prefer it because it has extra- rich flavor extra-mellow, full body. The satisfying goodness of Maxwell House comes from expert blending of choice Latin- American coffees. This glorious blend is "Radiant-Roasted" to develop fully the un- matched Maxwell House flavor. It's "Good to the Last Packed two ways: In Super-Vacuum Tin in both Drip and Regular Grinds or Flavor- Saving Bag in an All-Purpose Grind. ouse Coffee A Predvti of __ __ ......_. pasture may __ them. Buc they were big enough i of Southern Alberta where in the! rendered useless by a heavv snow- I for a Mouse to run in, and there past thousands of head stock J fall. i were manv of them leadme have been sacrificed on 2lutied Adequate reserves of hav can be grown in the drier areas of Alberta. This has been proven in nine years of regrassmg experiments with crested wheatgrass conducted by the 3569. We welcome cut of town business. FURNITURE VALUES Whether you are furnishing a new home or adding to your present one, Sykes has the furniture you need to make your home more gracious and prices that will please your budget. Come in any time and iet us show you. Waterfall design beautifuJ matching walnut leneers. plate glass nun-ore, cor-sating of fur. size bed, dresser, chiffonier, -vanity and bench. Fiie p.eces 5-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE 7-PIECE WALNUT DINETTE SUITE A smart dinette suits consisting of a Crecenza buffet, china cabine; with sliding plate doors. table ar.d four chairs -aith slip seats. Sever; pieces DRESSERS AND CHIFFONIERS Matching- dresser ar.d chiffonier in walnut ouifa-r Dresser FCRMTLRE BDTTON-KOLES. Wors guaranteed Mrs. R. Harris, 14 Devon Court. Phone 2332. 53 SKIJfGLIKG SPECIAUZS la Cedar and Asbestos shingiine. Promp service. Hiebert Bros., 320-Tth St N, I ethhruige. 1244 SHOE REPAIRS STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 322-7th St. S- Phone 3955. 501 McLEAN TRANSFER. j Ezpert Shoe Repairs Shop Lethbndge Experimental Station. Hcndquaners for W Wilson Long j 714-3rd Are. S. of one ton or more of cured Distance Movrasj Satisfactory Work. Bob 3am. tr-rase. Craung. Packicp, Shipning i 951 of household Goods. Phone 2097 hav per acre have been obtamea. Trus is considered a good yield in vien of the dry conditions that pre- throashoiit the area, Like hay crops crested TAILORS-CLEAVERS FURRIERS LUXURIOUS FUP." COATS'in thei ss must oe handled care- t latest stvles. saving Expert fullv if it is to make gooa hay. The rellning, cleaning and in-, crop should be cut between the sure'd storage. Also cloth coats and j time of heading and flowering. If dresses occasion. j left, later than the grass soon NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP becomes -wiry and unpalataoie and "Famous for Finsr Furs.' ring and Ha. 330-13th St. N. Phone 2770. '.336 GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS TCWE SHEETS HERALD JOB DEFT. Phons 3203. reduced in feeding value. For this reason when harvesting large f'.eids it may be necessary to start cuttir.t; just after the grass heads out to fmi5h by time of flowering. The hay may be raked immed- lately after cutting and can uraally be stac'-cec after 24 to 36 hoars of windrow curing. Care should be taken not. to let. the grass c-jre too Ion? m the This results -n bleaching ana quickly destroys the quality of the hay. Stacking is or.e of the nost im- portant phases of nay nna-cr.g Hay in a properly built, stack does not suffer from excessive spoilage and does not deteriorate in qualitv. A biju'j hay stack "should be at least 30 feet high and snould have a 16 foot base. In building tne tne centre should be we'.: packed. When settlir.z occurs the centre wall remain A tnatcned effect that snecs water verv efficiently The pole hav stacker is' vcrv usef Ji :n of i this nature stackers are in- expeixsi'.e. simple 'J) construct, and are to opcraf Plans for this type of stacker niay Oe obtained by wntin? to the Dornin.on Experj- cientsl Station at Lethbndje. S04-3rd Avenue S. GENER.VL REPAIRS Phons 327S.! 790 j and SAWs sharn- i encd Bicycles ?nd Phor.ograohs, renairod. Locksmith and Gunsmith. Repair Shop, 1233-3rd Ave S., _ _ 1020' KOOFJNG f in applying Rocl: Wool Insulation and Asphalt. Shin-J gles to ouilaitjgs. old or new. Ex- penenced crews on the job the year round. VACUUM CLEANER SERVICE GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Service. All makes. McKenzse BUectric Ltd. Phone 3637. ______________________________253 O UPHOLSTERY GBAEAM AND JELFS Chusterfieid Upholstering and Repairing. ts and Car Upholstering- work guaranteed, t. S. Phane 3470. 112S _ _ Westcm Home Improvement Co. TRACTOR, Truck Car Tire Vul- 3 Stafford Bloci. Pnoae 28o3.__ j canning. Guaranteed. Lice bell 131 splicing. j NORTH and Used TJres- LETHBRIDGE MOTORS the big caiaes of a fe-w years ago can come. over- JL opics There's a growing interest in wheat, and we are to hear tnat ExcenmenUl experts here r.-e makirg trials to lertin uhether or not the root, rot which was one of Down Great. Fails there's a farmer -Aho plants about acres of winter -a neat, jearlj. He a Nocie blader to suin- merfallow h.-. land, keep.r.g tne tras.'i on top. He plants the -ait-h a snoe drill a deep furrow and foIlo-A- ing -with a v-paciccr m tne furrow. co not. wheth- er re uses fertilizer to establish a good root system, but this has proved eitectiva with spring w.ieac in coir.bat- tins; root rot. Earher platittng than the Sept. 1-10 which has been recommended in recent years might, along with the Great Falls farmer's methods give winter wheat a better chance here. If it could be grown so that it e-tablishes a good coxer in the fail it -would help to solve our soil drifting problem, at least in the western South. Alberta area. AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODTEAS Dealer. _ 1870 i "Tire 'Repairs ar.d Vulcanizing of 1 all Kinds. i Beit Splicing. "A Complete Service." J. -V JARDTNE'S TIKE SUPPLY 402-lst A-.entie South. Phose 35SO. I 1656 _ _ __ Short Stop Service Station Brake Service. -Jen Ave.-8th St. Phone 4167. i 560 Expert Watch asd Clock Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP. 15 nj WELDING 3S39 for Portable Wetong. Prompt Service. Guaranteed Work. Richard's Welding. 323 4th St. S. 1231 We change the steel rims of tract- or wheels to rims suitable lor rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 310 1st Avenne. Phone C544 1580 KWSPAPLRl .EWSFAPERl ;