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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1946 THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN Soaking Weekend Rains Extend to Southeast Areas at Stavely, Champion Car Will Hurdle Bus at Exhibition Grounds Large Contingent of South Alberta RepaU Homeward Bound Stavely and north over the end. also along the Aldersyce line putting croos in that heavy whea..- g'-ov.-ing area in excellent shape ana doing much to offset a severe hail- the haiL An inch and a half of raia There was no hail in the Carmangar district. Some fields in the path of the storm were pounded to the extent of 100 per cent less but generally the loss ranged from 10 to 25 per cent and most of the crop will make a comeback. Hailstone were about the size of marbles. Two sections of crop north and west of Cham- pion were severely hailed and hail- stones stood a foot high on the ground in some places. A cloud- burst helped to lighten the loss from the .haiL East of Champion there was little or no damage. Since Friday night Champion got J91 of moisture. Re-seeded fields at Cham- pion are thrifty, standing four inches high. For June to date Southern Alberta got drench- ing rains over the week-end putting crops in excellent con- dition. In some sections early spring wheat is already corn- ins into head. Wheat is rang- ing: in height from four to 14 inches. The highlight of the reports coming in Monday morning was the reports of soaking rains throughout south- east Alberta where rain was urgtrntlv needed. Foremost i.OS. Wrenjham 54. Eizikom 156. Nemiskam an inch and some bad and the extensive area south of Forercoss including the Lucky Strike and Masinasin dis- trict 1.34. Mauyberries got half atx lech. The reading at the airport wea- ther bureau was .63 and at the perimeEtal station, east of the ciiy, .59. The precipitation at the sta- tion for June is now 4.36 inches, far in excess of the long term average for the month of 2.72 inches. The rain fell all the way from Medicine Hat tj the mountains. Medicine Hat reporting 1.69. Bow Island got .85 since Saturday. At Raymond .68 fell but south of town extending to rhe Milk River ridge ranching coiictry it was much heavier putting grass in splendio condition. It also ra-ned in that area on Saturday. Sugar beet tnm- nicg has been slowed up by ram but all fields should be thinned this week. About 75 per cent of the beets are now thinned. Retlaw reports an all nsght ram Mondav, was as follows: hours roads muddy Monday morning, ending ajn. this (Monday) Rain and Hail morning. .59 of an inch; previous Rain fell along the Macleod line 24 hours. .13 of an Inch; preceding through Granum. Claresholm. 24 hoars. .17 of an inch. The ram total for the storm was .80 of an inch. Rainfall for the month of June to date is 3.82 inches. Other readings for the storm in Western Canada were: Cowley, .67 storm that occurred in some sec- of an jacjj; swift Current, .49; Re- tions late Friday afternoon. A stnp 53. 1.39. sis miles wide from norcnwesi _ o! C.F.It. Report Nantpn right through, to Champion Eeavy feU on most of the was hit. but heavy rams feu j railway division over the weekend according to the weather ton Ine inch. Z Z Inches WINNIPEG, June 24. Show- ers fell generally over the southern portions of Alberta. Saskatchewan and Manitoba where the major portion of Canada's grain is growa this the office of the department of transport's meteorological service reported to- day. with precipitation ranging from 2 "to two inches. Of the three provinces, Manitoba was most in" need of rain, moisture being well below average for this time of year in almost every dis- trict. The lain apparently fell south of a line extending from Ecmonton to Saskatoon and Dauphin. Man. Ed- monton received .85 inch but very Stavely has had seven inches of i jjttle fell at Saskatoon or in Prince rain and crops are in excellent shape. Most fields damaged by hail at Stavely were coverec by insur- ance. Clarmangay reports .45 and 8 for June to date. Some other readings follow: Ma- grsth .45. Kimball 52. Coaldale 55 and Southeast Lethbndge .57. All crops will benefit by the rain, also rangelands. Commeseial mus- tard fields are in bloom and will be greatly heloed bv the timely mois- ture as will cannery crops. Seed pea fields ar; promising and reducing is now in progress by the OXoane Kiely Company of the At Rainfall recorded at Lethbridge from ajn.. Friday, to MAILORDERS BIG OR SMALL Receive prompt, careful atten- tion. Write frith confidence to McCAFFREVS DRUG STORES 331-Sth St. S. St. S. Phone 2205. Phone 3445 your growing crops against loss" by Hail Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate Loans report released Monday by the general offices. From i to Manvberries on the Stirling sub- j division ranged from 1.3B to 1.09 inches. East of Many- i berries there were good showers TO 1 inche rain at Robsart. j On the Coutts subdivision rains averaged from 1.2Q inches to 50 inch, with Stirling getting 5 inch, New Dayton 1.18. Milk Hiver 1.20. Wrrner 1.20. Coutts 1.25. On the subdivision moisture var- ied from .43 at Soring Coulee to 62 at Cardston. Glenwood had .80 inch of rain and Raymond six hours. On the Taber subdivision pre- cipitation varied from JO inch at Taber to 1.35 inches at Seven Per- scrs. Chin registered 1.4 inches. Purple Springs one Inch. Birdeit 84. Wirinifre'd one inch, Grassy Lake .9. and west of Ijethbridge rainfall was liehter. Barons acd Nobleford received around .35 Inch. Picture Butte .45. Carmangay .7o. Vulcan .50. Blackie Albert and Battleford. in Saskat- chewan, and none ao The Pas, Man. More than one inch drenched the Bed Deer district. Winnipeg received a total of 29 inch in early-mormcg thunder showers Sunday and today. 'Portage la Praine. where the drought had become acute, got 25 inch, Brandon was soaked with more than two inches Saturday night. A drizzle was continuing today. Melita. Virden. Neepawa ana other Manitoba points likewise reg- istered falls averaging from 25 to an inch. Hegma had .63 inch and Calgary 76. aria, Friday _____ Included in tfeeir number are: lieut. K. N. J. Heinitz of Bennett of Magrath; Gnr. 2. A. _______ C. Heward of of Parple Sprtegs; J. J. of Picture Butte; A.-3dr. 2. -vmr Baumbacii of Medioae Hat; CpL of Medicine Hat: Tpr. W. EL 3aia of VauxhaU; Pte- D. V. 3a- s Kleuka of Lelhbncge; Pst. "osa of Pte. L. C. Bar- fHiaer of Macieod; Sgs. A. A. Heduc of J. of Medicine Hat; Sgt. E. of Pte. A. Carroll of of Lethbridge; Gar. A. C. Jack of Claresbolni: L.-CpL J. D. Crawford Medicine Hat; Tpr. G. Kuecaeraa of Pte. R. I- Cook of !of LeAbncge: Gar. B. SL Konrad Macleod: 3dr. D. Cartwnghs. of ;of Seven Persons; Pte. G. IMCO of GET. J. M. Czec's of PmcUer Station; K-Sgi. A. Lang- faofer of NobJeford. J. "W. Leonard of Medicine Hat; Pw. G. EL of Vul- can- Pw. 2. of Medicine Hat; k-cpL G. H. L. Loxton of Magrath; B. J. MaeDonald of Coleman; Raymond: Ii. Carlsen of Medicine Hat. Tpr. A. Debler of Medicme Hat; A -Cpl. W. Deanutis of Macleod; Gnr. C. M. Cox of Twin outre; Pte. M. D. EUien of Glen-srood; Gnr. B. With two passengers aboard, one of the "Lucky" Lott Eell Drivers will attempt to leap his auto- mobile 01 er the top of a huge bus at the Letfcbridge Rally. The two passengers are "Lady Luck" and "The Grim of the two prevails remains to be seen as the Hell Driver straps himself aboard the stock sedan for ths climax of a performance of thrills, spills and action, speeds around the raceway in excess of a n-.Ue a minute, into the straightaway and up over the bus. placing it securely on a ramp placed 120 feet beyond. The "Lucky" Let Hell perform. for inrec oays on -July 4. 5 and 5. H. Plndlay of D. j cpi. G. MTKS of CcixJstoc; Spr. H. A. McDerinoK of GoaUnsrsi; GOT. A. Meier of Medlcir.e Hat; Gar. G. MaHcskv of Taber; D. Oler of Stirling: H-Cpi. J. Hidgewell ol Medicine Hat. Gnr. J. S. aaepsaet of RedcliS: H. Schneidnnllar of Schuler; HITLER WAS PILL-TAKER (A yecr after Adolf Hitlers supposed death, medical uivesn- are still coHectiEg in- formation on life.) Szmn V. S. Sea's- of Cardstoa; A.- Szt. H. K. Slac-i of Medicine Hat A.-CpL H. W. SchieSert of Beaver Mines: Spr. J. Seleski of i bridge: Gar. S. J- Selsrold of Picca- er Creek; Gsr. W. Sapeta of Cow- Bv DANIEL D2 LUCE ley: H. H. 3. Smith of Coutts; XUBRN-BHRG. Ormasv. June 24. P'e. S. A. Stachofski of Iron or.e of the most' Spnngs: w, fa-anna.- o- blcodihirstv characters in human Sgrna. a. O. o. historr. had a weak stomach and Lethbridge; Tpr. A-_ Van Need More Men For Ontario Harvest Work Lethfcricge offices of the Nation- al Employment Service and the pro- vincial department of agriculture have supplied 10 of the 500 Alberta faimers'-iranted in Ontario hay end harvest fields, it was disclosed to- day. More are needed and the drive for applicants will continue into nest month. In addition to helpers for Ontario the district is sending ,j'XT 11 men to work in the Kansas and MLethbndgo Herald Mr. Brieker >a- Oklahcma wheat fields. tional Him ,Board representative. quota of harvest- and the Junior Cnamoer Com- s for Ontario is 1.750. Manitoba's merce Again the Jaycees demon- nmtrp-A ihpir rn serve a Rim Preview Is Impressive Recently a small group of inter- ested persons took advantage of attending a preview of some excel- lent films from the film collection at the public library which were shown a; the Red Cross rooms. This was o5ered to the pub- Quits I.T.U. To Be I Composing Room 1 Supt. At Journal I i EDMOXTON. Jur.e i Edmonton Journal in a front-page storv announced that W. I Double Hanging Here Wednesday i and was a confirmed taker Ledgerarood of Taber. Jof pills. I j Dr. Banskar! Von Hitler's surgeon for 10 years, also has told American medical re-, searchers that his patient did no: i like to walk, and that he avoidefl i his "eagles" nest" atop Mt. Kehi- 1 stem at Berchtesgaden because -e i believed he had a weak heart. In Police Court Mas- in. the lic through the courtesy of the All arrangements have been com- printers Irona the Edmonton Jour- pleted for the execution in the nal and Bulletin three weeks ago. nmvinr.isl iai! earlv has resigned from the International public library, the co-operation of the local Red Cross Society. provtacial jail early .__ Wednesday of Sgi. Werner Schwalb Union ar.d and pte Adolf Kratz. former Nazi infantrymen sentenced to hang for the murder of Pte. August, Plasze-c. ______ a fello'.v captive, in the Medicine Before the strike MarskeU was prisoner of war camp on JuJy Af'.sr 1933. Hitler shunned all i Laine of dangerops forms of exercisp. acquired a stoop city was A. from kyphosls o: the dorsal Heaumoni. K.C., in city and complained of poor s'.eep. al-; The rnsck driven oy the able to spend Iocs hours in i was allegec to have injured a school gu'l as it passed has accepted the position of com- posing room at the Jcurnal. bed. When his voice grew hearse, mora school area, than eir.ouon mumed it. He had E. H. throat, trouble. -fined Sis and ccsts ..or speecins tne I assistant foreman. ers__ ___ 250. The men are getting free transportation east and a return ticket for So provided they stay unnl tl-e latter part of August. They will get the prevailing wsges of S70 per month, plus board. Only experienced men ill farm work are "waatec. They will be back in time to take care m their own crops. This exchange of with. On- iailo becomes necessary in order to cope with, the peculiar labor re- strated their willingness to serve a good cause. By this and countless other efforts they have made them- selves of inestimable value to Leih- bridge. The films shown wexe of great In- terest and variety. A mirth-pro- voking comedy concerning a queer old farmer, bis prankish donkey, his feathered friends of the farm- yard and of the air put everyoae ta a gay mood. This was followed by Camera which depicted a hunting auirernents during the harvest per- I a Sesh-creepicg film iocs. Although Alberta can ill af- j Thrills.- which cepictet ford to send farm workers, away for party travelling through tile velat any lensth of time, nevertheless a I and on into the heart 01 the African large number of harvesters over jungle. The wild animals in their and above the local supply are j native habitat and breath-taking needed to take care of even a nor- j episodes were not only exciting to mal harvest. j 68. Cowlev .43. Pincher Creek .50, i nas sent east i Granum 25. Claresholm 25, Nan- -crorksrs to as harvest oner; much earlier than in Alberta. la exchange Ontario has sent several thousands of workers to help out the western, grain harvest. Each year Alberta behold but very illi a hundreds of! To ofTset the thriller an excel- ever ___________ 22 1943. MarskeiTs first respcisibility prisoners of war ta new position Is to rebuild a condemned to death in. printing staff for the joint Journal- j and Kratz found Bulletin, newsaapers." announce- gujjty of Plaszek's murder last March ment said. "He says he would be j ar.d "have since been occupying ad- aons la 1935 and 1344. opera Physicians have. fir.ed si and costs for having driver's license. glad to discuss employment with j jcirjn? esath pells only a few paces j aa rom the execution chamber the newspaper who now realizes that Edmop.ton printers were misled ic- tn in thp illegal strike from the execution chamber in local prison. to ana into breach f H. told The Her- search has! i failed to substantiate rumors that; Hitler was a pervert r.nd suffered! ..v..r -__-._ j. a. "voita LUIU tom venereal disease. altliougn morning that he had h became fuehrer In 1933 bis -P-VP nri Jfit; receiwd anv appeaie dwindled for a man of' and Bunetm nmrirp hut was ___ The Journal and Bulletin have of justice but was dismissed their _52 striking printers. notification to either pro- j called out by the IT.U. in support of nrinters at Wirmiceg. and have announced they would hire replace- ments. SENTEVCED TO BEATH Whatare LIFEGUARDS- How Do They Work? A blowout occurs in a tire when the casing fails due to sudden frsciure, heat fatigue, or being too old and worn. Instantly the single air chamber of a conventional inner tube collapses the tire flattens the car usually goes out of control and you are in danger. BUT with LifeGuards you have two air chambers! If a blowout occurs the outer chamber collapses, the inner 2-ply reserve tire (the LifeGuard) remains in- flated long enough to enable you to bring your car to a safe, smooth stop. YEAR LIFEGUARDS NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS 301-307 13th Street X. Phone 4368 assist ttith haying ard lent reading of Part I of "Aida" was operations start given bv the fine orchestra conduct- ed by JYiedricli Feher. A delight- ful scene from "Alice ia. "Wonder- ANXOT3XCE PLAXS TO land." the score from the pea of Irving Berlin, and Joan Bennett as "Alice" was charmingly perform- ed. A sports picture called "Dare- i devils On Ice" showed great feats of CONTROL 3IASTITIs j daring on the pars of skiers, ice- EDMOKTOX. Jane to aid veterinarians and herd own- ers towards control of mastitis m Alberta dairy herds were announc- ed bv Agriculture Minister D." B. MacMillan. Under the plan arrangements will be nia tie to extend facilities at the animal pathology laboratory, to undertake investigational work among the herds of the institution- al farms, and to introduce a lirr.it- ed control programme for the Ed- nirnton area. The program is being Introduced in response to a request from the Aiberta Dairymen's Association and the j spacers, toboganners. auto-racing on ice. and many other almost unbe- lievable stunts. The orchestra, a splendid group of performers under the baton of Friednch Feher. gave a beautiful performance of the Overture from by Franz Schubert. "Trappers of Sea" following the overture may sound commonplace but It was not. Although it was a presentation of the lobster-fishing Industry as carried on in Nova Sco- tia, it not only presented that m- dustrv but was a beautifully colored WARSAW. June law a leader of, the Polish Peasant party, was sen- toTy.o.1 death yestPrday by a Bialystok culitary court. TROOPS SAH, FOR SOUTHAMPTON, June 24. Bermuda 'services contingent which root part in the London Victory oarade June 8 left last night for Halifax. N S. on the Aquitania. Others on beard were 1.200 British, wives and children of Canadian servicemen, homeward- bound Canadian service personnel and ICO civilians. i EXECUTE AS SPT j j would receive final in- British passenger freighter, tne .cin- from Ottawa either laser pire docked here last the day or on Tuesday. pSi iKvsterious) Monahan. executed by "the Japanese for assSsnng Bnt- j ish intelligence officers dur.nc the war. Monahan was a Canadian Pa- ci5c agent in Kong Song when, the city fell. rine scenes were very fine. "Words fail nie when I come to the final film. I have been told it was Bernard Goes To Calgary Post J. Nelson Bernard, well known itlow Lethbrfdge court reporter, has been Jts ljame LIBTAX FtM> Amrnonii, first produced GARDEN HOSE Morris coupled ccnpled Barrett HAHDWARE DONT FORGET VICTORY RALLY RODEO, JULY 4-5-6 la! become district court reporter. Mr. Bernard has served with Leohbridge courts since 1921, covering most major trials during that period. His new duties will commence at the last of July. He will be succeeded by Captain A. Bruce Benson, formerly of Cai- j gary. He served overseas with the j Canadian army in the Royal Cans- god. Ammon-Ra. COOKED WITH GAS The Chinese were using coal and gas for heating purposes m the j sixth century. FARMERS Crops that are hail arc hard to insures _ hail Be Wise, Insure With RADIO SERVICE We have complete data on YOUR set. which saves us time and you nionev. iro] Mimeographing All Work Carefully Done J. S. BKOTVN Brown's Mnsical Supplies film and the beauty of the country j canini magic conducting gave was remarkably portrayed. Tne ma- marvelous performance C. American Name Band Series TONIGHT! Dance to the Tantalizing Drums of KRUPA AND HiS ORCHESTRA AT THE ARENA SflLS TICKETS FOR SALE AT DOOR one of the last 51ms made of the j dian Artillery and in other cap- master of the baton. Arturo Tosca- I acities. nini, shortly after VE-Bay. and a air. Bernard succeeds H. S. Cut- few raocths before he returned to ler. who has served as court re- his native land. He had as his solo- 1st the magnificent singer Jan Peerce. who with the N.B C. or- chestra and chorus under the Tos- porter in Cslgary for the past 33 i jears. j RADIO REPAIRS Have onr Technicians test your radio tabes and examine aerial lead-in and ground connexions in home for'onlv Or bnns tubes to our store for a free Ust. Immediate service at reasonable charges. KABIOS TO KENT CHECK THESE KEPLER EXTRAS 1. A written estimate before work is done. 2. An itemized invoice of work 3. A written guarantee on every job. 4. Your old parts returned. Kepler's Radio Service 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4338 WATT FOR THE KAISER-FRAZER MOTOR CARS SEE OPPEL MOTORS 7th St. and 2nd Ave. South, tethbridse. DANCE TONIGHT EAGLES to Announcement We are pleased to announce the opening of Tne Western T DRIVE In the Purity Dairy lot 515 Fifth Ave. S. NOW OPEN ROLLIXGSON" BROS. PHONE 4456 for guaranteed repairs is ail makes of washers and small engines. Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES i SERVICE 317-8lb St. S. Alf Calhoun Bruce Darfee Supina Store News PHONES 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER 3456 FREE DELIVERY COFFEE, Blue Ribbon. Per Ib. 41c TEA, Blue Ribbon. Per Ib............... CLEANSER, Big 5 68c 2for15c WASHING SODA Z for ZZC PORRIDGE, Jiffy pkgs. for 36c CORN MEAL, Quaker for prtsMts a partial 1st tf jrt anfabit its Lacal National Enployvtnt Office. MEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Wanted Elsewhere Cooks Salesman (Shoe) Auto Mechanics Tailors Coai Miners Welders Carpenters Shoemaker Construction Laborers Baker Dragline Operator Coal Miners' Aato Mechanics Tinsmith Watchmaker Shoe Repairer Switchboard Operators Baker Welders URGENT! "Experienced farm workers from the prai- ages 17 to 60 required for general farm work and early harvesting in Ontario. Free Ticket East Return Fare WOMEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Experienced Stenographers Bookkeeper Day-workers Maids (Country and city) Waitresses (country and city) Chambermaids (Coantrv and City) Housekeepers for Hospital Help Seamstresses Laundry Workers Housekeeper for small hosnital Pressers Corsetiere (to learn busi- ness) Wanted Elsewhere Dry Cleaner Photo Finisher Ward Aids Cook for Lumber Co. Beauty Culture Instructress B.C. farm iMp and apple picking B.C. farm help and berry picking Make fol tf tke Local Office tf National Empfoyncflt Service, it is tktrt tt store ytur and those tf jtir DOMINION LABOUR DEPARTMENT Humphrey Mitchell MINISTER OF LABOUR A. MacNaraara DEPUTY MINISTER JEWS PA PER I .FWSFAPFR! ;