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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta [PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1941 Under The Bridge i! TO ALASKA COSFDtMATIOX SERVICES Eev. of gary, inll Tisis she Taber district 02 convention city of Alberta-Montana Lions clubs year. The Mon- Cal- tana city was chose" as the next convention city the convention All Saints church. SOTS- Islacc. As these services six ycang peop ,nc; UJPA. CO22- Lake on Farmers' _ Day picric rsm forced tliem to 'change Their plsns. Invised Interim Govt. For India Rejected Top Calves and Owners at Macleod .1. f-f. 1 A V f f VEW DELHI, June congress party working committee todav re'ec-.ed the propose! for aa government, lor India ad- June 16 bv the British cab- 12 and the viceroy. Vis- count However, it LS believed the -aori- ins committee is inclined to accept mission's issued Us-, month. These proposals called for an independent union of all India and rejected Moslem de- mands for separate Moslem states. in the northeast and northwest, here the is predom- Moslem. I The" committee is expected to de- 1 cide oa this issue tomorrow. Sarlier the cabinet mission reooned 10 have- made new last- TED C11RI5TIAX5OX i sasoute. proporals to break- _JERTON down in negotiations. i has been received by Mr. proposals were said to f Mrs. R. M. Christiansen that tnetr c Engraving. aboie are the four top calves of the Macleod Juriior Calf flub as judged fay Livestock Commissioner A. A. Campbell of Edmonton' in the arena as Macleod. The top calf of Joe Doyle. S80 pounds, vest to the T. Eaton Co. of Lethfcndge. It is pictured at extreme right. Also sho-su. right to left, is Maxine Perrin vrith her 760-pound Angus fceifer purchased by Gene Chivilo of Macleod; next is Jira McXab with his 990-potind Acgws steer purchased by Shift's, and on extreme lefi is shown Harvey Jus 810-pound Angus steer also purchased by Swift's. to sounds in the pre- poned to a future rive! Quality and condition j be sasouscec Leaving Wives Girls In O.C. INQUEST AMOVED i and RW__ si in.o Of Mrs.! he will be in condition to be re- schooling at Waterton pubhc Butie. was! moved to Lethbridge scr. in Martin Bros.' funeral week. ihis. and high schools. bed Murray was coroner In Memoriam Mo In loving memory of :cCusis; who passed swsv June 24, GETS MEET 1943. Mont.. will be Xoihine can ever ta-te away The love a heart holds dear. Fond memories Imser every day Bemerabrance keeps him near. Tjovicglr remembered by his wife 1633 Book Reveals FDR Winnie's 7th Cousin "Slasher" Busy In Windsor Again -WIXD50B. Ont.. June was staboed in ine Births Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Grant fnee is the same oerson sougnt; xo. Marie Maughan) announce the fatal siabbmgs last; August. a sou, John Alexander, on June A. diroctivf was issued to all mem- 22nd. at St. Michael's Hospital. 1630 force to keep a 'lookoai; for the ntan -as the "Slasher- wno terrorized, use ciiy last sinnmer. The latess victua Is Alexander 09 Tcho is in hospital in The deep stab ac woucd !n fcis back narrowly missea heart. PEERAGES FOB LIFE LTPIATT PARK. Gloucester. d. June Lady g. Viole- Bcciham C uresident; oi the liberal Party organisatioii, 'urged Saturday that pespges in lurure be given for life only- ELECTRIFEING FISH h, 99 tier cent water, de- _ _ a "stunning" electrical shock to JIB "Victims, and is carnivorous. TREASURED ROPE A Tivlon rone a, half-inch in diameter can. lift a load of three ions. Jlnce. aged IS vears. beloved daugh- ter of Mrs. Mane of Picture Butte. Hwh Mass -will be celebrated n Patricks Church en Tuesday at axi.. the Rev. ST. J. a.. Smith officiating. Interment in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Martin Bros, directors of funeral service. 1S45 at the residence on Monday. June 2-ith. Slatsuno, aged 55 vears. beloved ofilr. Asa Adachi of Picrjre Sutre. Particulars nertaining to the fun- eral be" announced -when ar- rangements are completed. Martin Bros, directors of funeral service. _ 1645 ttnetaffc ivicc PHONE 2802 TWO ONLY SUGAR BEET TRAILERS Onr usual heavy construction; fully guaranteed. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers Deaths away at the residence on June 21st. away in the city on Monday, June 24th. iao- aged 58 years, of this city- Particulars pertaining to the funeral Trill be announced later. Martin Bros., directors of funeral service. 1547 Announcements DB- D- A. DENTIST Fhone 24S7. (Kot yet listed in "The ladies' Auxiliary of St Michael's hospita.1 are holding tea "Wednesday, June 26, from 3 to 6, at the home of Mrs. Frank Hoefer, 13th St. S. The genera public is invited- 1618 PITTSBURGH. June facts about JTanklin Delano Roosevelt s an- cestors, ruanicg the gamut from the Illusiriotis to the scalawags, are told in a book written by a thirti cousin of the late presi- dent, which is being published here. The author. Daniel Vf. Delano, Jr of Buffalo, said Saturday that study of the Delano family tree disclosed that Mr. Roose- velt was a seventh cousin of Britain's Winston Tnircnsll. but said he doubted that Roose- velt knew of the relationship. The relationship occurred through. Mr. Churchill's mother, the former Jennie satire of Brooklyn. was in the Delano line on her maternal sice. She married Lord Handolah ChurchilL Mr. Delano saent 13 years, studying ths family's genealogy, according to his re_- cords, from its begifrirgs with, the Acai, Korean uarricians of 600 B.C.. down to Mr. Roosevelt. The book, entitled "grarsklm Roosevelt and the Delano In- fluence." wd! appear late this summer. Point Grey Voters 1 Go to Polls Today jName 2 Members i VANCOUVER. June 24. if Earlv voting m the Vancouver- Point. Grey provincial by-election light; today because of a. heavy of rain. The voters will elect "fR-o members of the legisla- ture to 511 vacancies caused by me deaths of R- L. Maitland. former attomev-general. and J. A. Paton, both Coalitionists. There are six candidates for the two '-emaining seats in the three- member riding. The deaths left Mrs Tillie Rolston. a Progressive Conservative and supporter of the Coalition government, as the sole representative of the constituency. The candidates are: A. R. Mac- and Leigh F. Stevenson. Coaii-ion- Mrs. D. G. Steeves. for- comp! returning veterans were deserting their wives and amilies and going back to Britain o join sweethearts there. Tnis action was taken after Solon Social Credit leader, read a eiegram from i.: C. Williams, secre- arv-manager of the ScmDiiton iranch 01 the Canadian Legion. :ancii 01 tne i Woodhouse, both of Mr. Williams wired ma; veterans! were killed when who were deserting their wiies ana jjje pSane smashed the automobile to sweethearts oierseasj K0ne" of the plane's six soldier pas- were being jacilitated in this move- j secge'-s was hurt, menc by the Canadian passport office, which comolainec it could not interfere with the civil ngnis f the mdividuaL Mr. declared that wives and children m Canada also had civil rights and he thought the lassport office should take steps to. arevent issue of such Weather Montreal 81 Toronto 84 Winnipeg 62 Edmonton 51 Hegina 59 Moose Jaw 59 Saskatoon S7 Vancouver 67 Swift Current 55 Medicine Hat 60 65 64 50 48 40 48 41 51 4S 52 49 46 42 51 mer member for North Vancouver, and George Ishervrood, C-CJP-t Wil- liam Smith. Democrat; Pete McAl- lister. Liberal-Industrialist. Tbe nresent legislature stanoingt Coahtion. 35: C.C.F-. 10; Labor, 1; vacant, 2. Total, 48. IS RETIRING .39 .94 .71 .60 .15 .07 .49 3.59 .63 .76 Ijethbridge 54 Calgary a2 Pnnce Alben; 63 Victoria 64 51 .01 Medicine intermit- tent rain this morning. Northerly winds, 10 m.pJi. High at Medicine Eat toda-, 65. with inter- mittent drizzle this morning be- coming cloudy this afternoon. Northwest winds 10 m-p-h. decreas- ing to light tilis evening. High, at Lethbridge, 65. Forecast in the south- T. S. ACHESOX The retirement Is announced o west portion, oOierwise overcast oe- j T g general agncultura witn Meetings The regular meeting of Viaduc' Ledge No. 53. LO.OJF., will be held j in the Oddfellows hall on Tuesday j evening, June 25th S o'clock. All members requested to be nresens for the third degree. Visitors tjelcome. BOILERS Reconditioned High and Low Pressure Boilers for sale We also have a limited amount of 3 AND 3V2-INCH WATER LINE for irrigation purposes Boiler Sepalricg Pressure and General Welding We have portable equipment for all work. Liberty Welding Boiler Works 1402-2nd Arc. S. Phone 3321 B. k. A. Johnston Roar of Chicago Pit Now Whisper CHICAGO, June roar of tbe pit has dwindled to a weak wfcisper. With, futures trading in ail wheat and rye eliminated acd confined to tfaa oncoming drop in corn and barley, the Chicago board of trade, j once the world's meet active grain market, last week recorded the j smallest trading volume in modem j history, less than bushels. Earlier this year volume aggre- i gated about bushels daily. Before the war daily grain turnover of around 30.000.000 bush- els was considered normal. The most active day in the board's history was July 20. 1933, when 269.413.000 bushels changed hands. Price ceilings and unnrececented demand have ca'jsed the present grain men said. They m.pJi. today and Tuesday north ncrtioa. Low tonight 52. High. Tues- day 74. Medicine Hat Overcast and warmer today. Cloudy with showers Tuesdav. "West winds 20 m.p.h. to- day and Tuesday. Low tonight 54. High Tuesday 70. coming- cloudy and warmer witn canadisn Pacifi showers today and Tuesday. Vfesi western lines. Joining th wines 25 m.p-n. southwest portion. c-p r> 1895 as telegranh onerator otherwise light becoming west 10 i Acheson ten years ikter'startec drawing UD crop rsports for th company which eventually becam known throughcuc Canada. Mr Acheson is succeeded by J. R. Al niev, chief horticulturist; for the Canadian Pacific in the west. A graduate of the Ontario Agricul- Plane Crashes Into Auto, Two Killed OTTAVTA. June The commons external affairs commiiiee oday referred to relurning MEMPHIS. Term., June 24. A Memphis-based United States trip to Dallas crashed broadside into a mov.ng automobile in an attempted landing yesterday, de- molishing the car's rear and killing two back-seat occupants. Its left lantjirg gear shattered by the iiauaet, the piaae regained ala- tuds -aid PJot Wayne Collier made a sate waihlandrng. Hex Bobo, 38. Canada Must Increase Population Cockshutt Tells Junior Chamber EDMONTON, June ada must increase her population through selected immigration or 'someone else mill do it for us." Gordon S. Coekshutt. president of the Canadian Chamber of. Com- merce, said Saturday in an address to the llth annual meeting of the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Canada. "Selected immigration cow is be- ing demanded by western Canada and now is the time for action." he said. Referring io social security, he said almost everyone in favor of social securitv from the cradle to the grave but the people must de- cide if they wanted this cone by the government through taxation or to provide it. for themselves. He estimated Canada needed a budget of dollars a year for obligations already undertaken. NEED FOR UNITY There -was. a. need for unity be- tsreen all sections of the country to surmount the DroMems of recon- struction as the problems of war had been surmounted. He estimat- ed that Canadian industrial pro- duct ion today was not, much over 70 per cent, of expectation because of strikes and material shortages in the United States, The convention adopted a state- ment of policy covering internal and external development, leader- ship, youth development, civic im- provement, and responsibility to- government. The statement said "It is our firm conviction thai freedom of oppor- tunity and private initiative must continue if Canada !s to grow into a strong nation, free and independ- ensure a decent standard of living fo" all. for the protection of the aged the sick and the unfortunate and for the encouragement of tne family as a social and economic unit." GOVT. RESPOSSWIIlTr It added that the government should take part in the orderly ce- Teiopmenl of Canada to the extent of correcting wrongs and eliminat- ing abuses in the economic system here such are found to exist and in "equalizing taxes and tariffs for the mast elective operation of our national economy." It held that labor-management problems could best be solved by collective bargaining and co-opera- tion between both parties and iirged a. national labor code similar to tne labor relations code. FARMER FIXXS The majority of Finland's more than people make their living by farming and dairying. Cost Of Living Is Up One-Third REVIVER Laboratory- tests hare shovm there is a 7.2 per cent, increase in resistance to fatigue immediately iolloTting drinking a cup of tea- Samuel Johnson published the first English dictionary in 1755. WASHINGTON, June costs in. the large cities of the United States are a third higher than in 1939, a taonth before the war began, the bureau of labor statistics reported Saturday. The con- sumers" price index as of 3Iay 15 was given bv the bureau as 13L5 per cent of the 1935-1939 averages, compared with 98.6 per cent in August, 1939. We must stand for just such degree of social security that will FLOORS Cleaned. Waxed and Polished. Estimates free. PHONE 2569. GET THEM NOW! GEM SEALERS Pints and Quarts North Lethbridge Hardware THE NEW REYNOLDS PENS ARE HERE Tax included New improved ink Sliding ball protector Jackson Drain The Family Drug Store Phone 3364 DEALERS MEET tural Colleee at Guelph, Mr. Almey was formerly provincial horticul- for the Manitoba govern- fment. THOUSAND ISLANDS CLUB, Weliesley Island, Alexandria Bay, j 3T.Y., June A. S. Torrey of j Montreal said here in his presi- deatial address to the Investment Dealers association of Canada that in the last 12 months Canada ex- perienced one of the most active periods of financing in its history. "Many millions of dollars of bonds and stocks cave been sold to institutions in the United States and Canada and to the investing he told the association's 30th annual meeting. j "It may well be that the current phase of refunding is drawing to a close and that corporate financ- ing perhaps will enter, in the com- ing year, an entirely new phase that of raising new funds for crea- tton, development and expansion in the corporate field." G. Lyall Fraser of Vancouver. situation. foresee listle change unless ceilings i and "chair- are removed. slackens or] f h p m district said tion' anij IarEe I think even past the board's most ootirmstic prognosticators JTOlls were a svnthesis of ail the i year ago are agreeably surpns- MO -Tur'rm t sed at. the lugn level of nusiaess favorable ar.d unfavorable factors K, at throughout the grain growing world. activity we are en- Mr. Torrey was re-elected presi- dent and C. B. Johnston of Winni- RUGS Chesterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and dcrmothcd on or off the premises. Ready for use in SIT nonrs. COLOR-BRTTE CLEAXERS Faoae 2569 Xight or Day peg, Tice-presjdent and chairman i of the western district. Alan H. Wiiliamso3 of Vancouver was elect- ed vice-president and chairman o' the Pacific district. Wringer Rolls To Fit Any Make of Washer Phone us at 4456 or send in your old -wringer complete All makes of washers repaired and recondi- tioned. We specialize in small gas engines. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES 317 Eighth Street South MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE LEATHER BEDSPRIXGS The Greefcs -were tlse firs; people to use bedsprings. Tb'y made them of brasdea leather thongs hung between heavy boards at the sides j of the ted. The Worker The indoor worker is over fatigued by the monotony of his work until it gets on his nerves and brings headaches, irritability, loss of deep ead indigestion. A good way to relieve this condi- tion js to build up nervons energy with J5r. Chase's Nerve Food, the mineral and Vitamin Bi tonic. Ask for the new econ- omy size bottle of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food 60 ISO How to shorten holiday meal fixing It is something of a problem to serve meals and keep cool at the same time these -warmer days. The trick is to arrange menus so that most of the meal preparation can be done in the cool of the morning and evening. We've some tips on the subject. ONE HOT The well-bal- anced menu should include at least one hot dish. We naturally think of soup because it is taste-tempting, even on the warmest days. If you like to make your own, then plan to make it in the cool of the evening for reheating later. Or serve one of the delicious canned soups for even less time in the kitchen. PLENTY OF Summer- time is salad time. Make big ones and plenty of them. They can be as hearty as you like with meat, chicken, fish, cheese or eggs to make them substantial. If the salad is to be the main course, however, be sure there are enough protein ingredients to make it equivalent in nourishment to the usual main course. The nice thing about salads: all the ingredi- ents can be prepared in advance and all ready for the last minute slicing, shredding and mixing. Gelatin sal- ads cart even eliminate that. CASSEROLE Contrary to opinion, casserole dishes are grand summer offerings. They can be an all-in-one meal with only a salad and dessert needed to complete the menu. And most of them can be cooked ahead of time for reheating at the last minute. Casserole dishes can also be cooked in the morning, then wrapped in ten or twelve thicknesses of newspaper and kept piping hot for the noonday meal. Dirtctor The Bureau An There's a holiday ahead and holidays usually call for something special in the way of eating. Maybe you'll be planning a picnic or a backyard party. Whatever your holiday schedule, Safeway will be glad t6 help you arrange for the food. Some suggestions that may assist you in planning your meals are given below. You'll find dozens of other ideas on the shelves at Safeway. Safeway Stores. Will be Closed Monday, July 1st For a greater selection of holiday foods, shoo early in the week at your Safe- way. Devilled Ham_______ Spaghetti J6 Jars Meat Spreads, Torfe- Spork, Coffee Coffee, 12 oz Edwards 1 Ib o2 tin I5c 35c 19c 33c 43c Pkg. Bread Butter Eggs, Polly Ann Meadow Wood......lb. Grade A large Ripe Olives Plum Jam, Wax Paper, 100 ft. roll Xoaf 41c 39c 37c 26c 19c Welch's 32 oz. jar LIME JUICE, Slontserrat 32 oz. bottle VINEGAR, Heinz white 33-oz. .........jar PRUNES, Size 40-50 lb. OLIVES, Aylmer Queen, 3 cz...........Jar 29c 34c Lettuce Local lb California not house Tomatoes Cauliflower Washington New Carrots Bunches 23c 19c tHJOY FIM-BATING MATS RED PLUMS COALDALE KP. CELEBRATION AT COALDALE JULY 1, AT 11 A.1VL Fastball League Tournament, p.m. RACES AND SPORTS Playoffs commence at p.m. DANCE 9 TO 1 ALL WELCOME Special and Bine Commercial Beef. Hamburger, 15c Rump Sirloin Steak, Tender...... 43c Round Steak. ID. 39c California Lb. 32c WATERMELON California Lbs. 15c FLOCK, Kitchen Craft. 7-lb. bag TEA, Canterbury lb. KRTJMBLES, Kellogg's pkg- CORX FLAKES, Post's, 12 oz. pkg ALI, BRAX, Keliogg's 16 oz. pkg PEACHES, Castle Crest. 20 oz. tin HONEY. Pure Alberta 2 lb. Rogers' Golden 2 lb. tin tin MtJST.UlD, Heinz 6 oz. jar 69c 66c 12c lie 21c 18c 42c 27c iOc Lb. ROAST Prime Rib, bone-In ......31c to. ROAST Chuck or blase .........24c Bologna, SIiced lb. 23c Werners, AC ]b. 25c Meat Loaf, Wlth Ib. 35c Cod Fillets pvesh !b 35c 38c Fryers, Fowl, ib. Fresh 33c you Aiote FOR Money AT "It toot a nuisance shopping around for food during the War, but now I'm buyinr everything at Safeway again." ;