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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1946 Nobleford Field Day FINE WHEAT Platt Visualizes New, Improved Strains Of Sawflv-Resistant Wheat Tariedes of resistant I the vbeax Rescue cess of r a; the minion located Under The Bridge Noted Evayelist Here Saturday I dsy returned irom and in friends again he imbibed too free- ly. ThursdiV morning he appeared before Magistrate Beaumont plead- __ be one of three pnests of the VTedces-" Calgary Roman Cathode diocese L and in! who will celebrate the 25th anm- y of being classmates Toronto. T Seminary eient will take the other Dr. Bob Jones, Sr_ who is speak- ing in the CHV Satumay, is the founder of the Bob Jones College in Cievelano, Tena., which has a stud- enrOment of 1500. This college is Mich- throviLig: a narrowlv' missed a wsitiess and threatening; i S to shoot Chinese emplc-vee He; parf his fine and left to celebrate; mo-rp quie-lv his second cay home. Births South Oil Activity 4- Third of Pinhorn Structure Nitro Blast Results Soon As June clow oU operat-Impenal-Prmost No. 1 to, tbjj on the plains and foothills of southern Alberta matotafn genera! OU, rrs T A0 t SvtlfciiCill 1 1 ITT r J recognized by the state of Tennessee. activity and some interesting oil Dr. Jones has aoae Christian trork j history msy be mace before snow in thirty countnes and it is j claimed for him that he has spoken to more people than an} one else his age. Be speaks by radio trans- criptions aver 150 stations in addi- fine and bits are central plains area. It is unoffi- s stated that the Imperial well a: Provost, southeast of Wain- wright, has made up to 22 barrels j an hour. Imperial says the Mr ttd Mrs. S. K. Olshask! of j Castries announce the icaa rewsnppers as well as editing This own religious weeklv paper. fclrth of a daughter June 23rd ATTEXDS MEETING s.30 p.m. at St. Michael's Hospital. Cnarles Bryant. of the Lethbndge Board of Trace, and Frank Cslder. ma-aser of Pyramid Mc-or Sales, are attending a deal- ers' meeting in Calgary. jj. is speedily interested a splendid s wieat taken this' Mav of Herbert Ches-er of tie wr? ex __, Farm. ''-ions in Cause. STEAWBESEIES Jjoesl'y ;rovn are on the market here acd re- tail the same as the B.C. berries. S3 cents a Vw carrots and peas from Medicine Htt also be- ins sold in the C1TV VISITOR Deaths in josmg people and is in on many organizations including the inter- national council of Youth for Ctost. In many cities in United States, Bob Jones. Sr.. has been hold- ing great city-rode inter-churcli away ir> Cal- _ ______ on June 25th. Msss Man, j congregations of "many v. a. ifagowan offi- tibn board" to study the ojspute is :t m the Mountain I out, of order. T No flowers bv He instructed the iT.U. to ap- VERSARY i quest. Martin" Bros, cirectors of pom: immediately its representative Ecward of i funeral service. 1744 to the board. The union had con- tended tha; the provincial govern- ment had no jurisdiction to orcer the appointment, of a conciliation boarc. Announcements .09! WES the work of selection re. con control, gave r.n outline of recora- Victoria..........64 'mended aractices for sswflT con- j iienicme Hat...... 70 44 DANCE Henderson Lake Pavilion Sponsored by the Lethbridge Embros Metin Eyia. Boys Fraternity Floor Show DANCING 9 TILL 1 Door Prize FRIDAY, JUNE 28th Admfaston Star 35e, Couple 65c I iieaicini trol. which have proven 60 successful m the Xobleforc district. Calsarv 5S Ee intimated tfcas tmrd sswflv re- i Edmonton........ SO 43 42 37 DH. D. A. DEXTIST Fhone 2497. CJot yet listed in ST. BIAMOVD JUBH.EE PICNIC SATURDAY, 29. 2 sistcnt whes; 5s available in Lethbridge Overcast nnd ccn- cuaauries late the use of 1 tinmne coo1 todav and Fndav. Kain' At the Experimental Farm. sawfly traps, approved tilfese p-ac-, in the r.c aces and otaer measures should be southward rjordera" moving j fendee. Cmldren and adults are rd to Lethpnage by eve- acked to be at the Church st 2 p-m. An interesting and lucid expla-j Northerlv______________________ nanon of farm accounting ana ra- shifting easterlv 15 Pri- tax tjroblems was given by i dav. low tonight 40. Sigh Friday Dr. C' C. Soence, Edmonton, wnb 60." Medic JIB and con- tinuing cool. Snowers T-n-g afternoon beconnng intermituen ram tonight variable winds nd'stoaomg Fncay morning j latest. Parish-oners having cars are irly winds 15 miles an hour, reouested to assist in conveying the i GETS SPHTGMOMETER BUFFALO. N.T.. June i Joseph Hoare probably knows what a sphygmometer is todav, bu; he saia he don't know wnat it was when he bough; it at a police auction of unclaimed propertv Hoare. a bartender. outDia all ctnexs with 75 cents to obiam it. He said he didn't knov> why he b'd on the sottygmometer. a device for checking" the pulse bear. depth is no; announced. On the border the McLeod-Del Bonita is uncerreammg and drillinc at 4.651 feet. Keho Dome Near "Barons in the Keho field Okalta-Keho No. 1 is reported drill- ing at 2.600 feet ana working rouse the clock. Plans are being made to complete Keho Dome No. 1. In Alberta oil circles at the pres- urne interest is centered on the Pi i the city of Lethbndge to entertain all ex- servicemen and women of the Sec- ond Great War at; me Victory_Rslly and Bodeo next Thursday, rus de- partmeni; will feature a oooth at. tie exhibition grounds during the rally. STORAGE TVAKEHOXJSE FIRE WINNIPEG. June 37. ffi A two- alarm fire here destroyed a ware- The regular meeting of the I.O. i Lodge No. 2 will be held on northeasterly 15 m.o.h. tonight anc j Snday. June 28th, in the I.O.OJP. Friday. Low tomgn; 4o. Tftgfr j hall sz S pja. All members are s becoming OCF L tonight anc Snday, Friday 60. asked to af end. Western Outdoor Enthusiasts Again Look to Woods and Streams of Ontario Westerners, in planning their postwar vacations, ire not confin- ing their plans to western scenic areas Xot a few are again plan- E_ng visits _n Ontario and oiier eastern urovmces cow that; travel restrictions are lifted. Kesort areas throughout Ontario have always exerted a strong pull unon those would like to com- bine the rugged Me in the open with the joys of excursions to near- by centres of dense population. It act-conation strenuous erforts are being made in Onrano to find ac- comnjocation for tne record num- ber of tourists expected this sum- mer. As early as the end cf Apni many resorts srere soia our lor the sum- mer months, according to a recent. surrey. While some suace is still available in the copuiaf" resort sections, tne mosi; likely possibilities are off the beaten izsck, To aid vacationists go to Ontario without adequate aotel ac- commocsation on their fast the Ontario and local rat bureaus are seuing TID in- J, A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY 402 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHOXE 3580 Tractor and Farm Implement Tires a specialty Complete Tire Service formation and reception boofcs at mtemacona! border points Recep- tionists will be available to give Data on Ontario, and wil! en- deavor through locel organizations aa _ _ house of the National Cartage and to fma room for thtjse who come Storage Company on "Water street near the major intersection oi Portage avenue and Mam. There was no immediate estimate of the value of the building, owned "or the Canadian National Railways, bat loss in contents was placed at Announcement We are pleased to announce the opening of The Western T mm In the Purity Dairy lot 516 Fifth Are. S. NOW OPEN KOLIXN'GSOX BROS. Canoe Kotttes Innumerable canoe routes available in the province of are On- tario. There are fascinating cruises in tirovincial parks ana forests re- serves; enjoyaole trips of from one 10 300 miles on canalized waters; anc there are current-swept rivers. Over a thousand miles lie be- tween the Riceau Leke custnct m eastern Ontario and the Lake of the "Woods a; the wes'em boand- arv; in almost every mile a lake, a stream or nver in. wrach the cano- ist mav dip a paddle. Those wco cesire a tno through a lakeland region where touch with civilization may be maintained at all times would do well to follow the Riceau route between Ottawa, and Kingston. The scenery along the wav is sufficient inducement but taere are oSier actraccons Lke ms. camp sites in hidden nooks, and easily avauaole supplies and accommodation. The western. com- the famous Pontiac. Gatm- and JUevre dsstncts have many tcotisands of beautiful lakes, mil- lions of acres of vsrgm sporting ground ana the most enjovacle canoeing coiintry to be found on this continent The beautiful GaCneau "vaHey which lies north of the cities of Ottawa and Hull is one of the best known Ssfcrns and hunting areas in eastern Canada. This district with its ruggec, turbulent nvers, sparkling streams and deep timber- clad mils is still much in its natural state, and its many clear lakes ate Pass Coal Production Soars To Over Million Tons In Five Months rich avour for fish, fowl, and economy sneato Coal production records are con- tinues "to topaie in the Crow's Nest Pass Alberta's most important coal field, the seven collieries in the Alberta section of the Pass having produced tons of coal dur- ing firs; five months of this vear, compared witn tons in the csrrespondmg tjeriocl of 1945. Favored by a substantial increase last month, the outDu; of the bridge field chmbec. to tons 'or tne five-month ueriod tints vear, compared -srith. tons last rear. The uroduction of the entire pro- vince also showed a favorable in- crease, according to the May report of the Alnerta mines oranch. the outDUE for the period amounting to tons tms year, compared with 3.254.882 tone last vear. Production of the province's sec- ond largest coal field, the Drum- heller area, was boosted to for the first five months of this vear. compared with tons in the corresponding period of 1945 Alberta's coal production last month totalled 661555 tons, com- pared with. tons in the pre- i Mav. Last month's production for vari- ous fields follows, with the tonnages for the previous May in brackets: CroWs Nest Pass. Ijettibndee. 36.168 Pmcher, 37 Brooks, 105 Cham- pion. 295 <249i; nrumheller, (1175091; Milk River, 32 Ta- ber 353 Kedcliff. 70 SKAT Mosquito repellant Really keeps them off Jackson Draffin The Family Drag- Phone 3364 ARTHUR THE BELGIAN TAILOR NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS in the Oliver Blk, Room 12 I am new in this city but not new in the business. For the tart SO years I owned and operated one of the larsest ladies' and cent's tailor shoos in California. I am now'located ia a small shop, but still do business to bir way at the above address. A ff PAXS IX HER PANTS TO3OXTO, June 27 Eow a woman can walk around with a frying pan in liar panties has Assistant Attorney General Ered Ma- lone a Lttle rsuzzled "out she cud it taouga tmsuccessfully, for it was a. stolen one and she was caugat The Olive Kehoe, employee of a. company which manufac- tures the nans was leaving j -work June 18 when she was i stopped by police, -who when 1 searching her found a fry- j ing pan "HI the seat of her I underwear." j ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 1M MeFAELAND BLDG.