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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE Rain Over Lethbndge Railway Division Features Crop Report Wheat reached an average, inches the most abundant of 11 inches over the rainfall at Pincher and Warner. division of the C.P-R., ac- Moisairt condltioas are mostly cording to the crop report for the I good, but only fair between Purple week ending June 25. The crop j Springs and Bow Island, ana Ironi appears to be furthest advanced in j Jtoremost to Manybernes. the Taber subdivision where 15 Percentage 01 wheat in the shot- inches Is reported at Taber acd 14 varies from, nil to 80 per inches at Burdetc, Bow Island and cent, with the greater part of toss Winnifred. appearing in the Cardston. Surlicg Tbt condition of the crop has and Stirling subdivisions.- been reported generally good except Damage over the nrhole division for the area east of Purple Springs has been light, with 10 per which is osly fair. cutworm and saiflr damage being All parts of the division received j reported at Foremost, and five per rain curing the week, said precipi- j cent, hail damage iavomng ration ranges from .15 inch" to iwo acres at Stavely. ________ THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN To Resume Practice Home Cooked Meals For Rodeo's Hungry Crowds During the Victory Rally and j Rodeo at the fair grounds, the i BarnweU LJOJS. church is catering to the hungry patrons who will be j remaining at the grounds for botn the afternoon and evening per- formaaces. 1 Directly across from the grand- siand building "A" is being put into condition, and is an exceptionally good dining hull. Tbe menus will be changed dailv. and the food to be served will in the main, come from the Barnwell district. Thursday's menu will feature choice barbecued beef. Friday, a meatless day. will feature chicken and fish, while on Saturday roast beef and steaks from Barnwell-fed steers tril! climax the three big gala days with its hungry guests. The Bamwell ladies are well Delegates Named j To Home-School National Meet Completing plans for the" national convention to be held in August, the of the Alberta Feder- ation of Home and Schoul Associa- tions met in Calgary recently. Official delegate to this conven- tion being held in Saskatoon Aug. 2? to 29 is G. F. Bruce of Edmonton, president of the Alberta federation. i Other Alberta, are j Mrs. E. H. Boalca and lirs. A. N. I Eutchinson of Caigary, aud Dr. A. G. McCalla of Edmonton. i A member of the national execu- tive, Mrs. P. A. Sives of Calgary will Eive a report of the parent educa- tion committee of which she is convener. The theme of the con- vention is to be "Building for Of interest to she Alberta iter- ation is the news thai the ladies' Civic Improvement Association of Lethbridge is interested in organ- izing a Home and School Associa- tion in each of the public schools in Ijethbricge. Hatching Egg Shippers To Meet Southern Alberta hatching egg shippers will meet in the Urae hall at Macleod July 17 at 2 P.EO. to discuss postwar problems in the poultry business with special refer- ence to the shipment and market- ing of hatching eggs. F. S. Pegg. Prox'ost. president of the provincial association, will be in charge of the Singing Cowboys Coining For Rodeo known for their unexcelled pies. On meeting. C. Traves. poultry CAPT. J. GORDOX M1LL-VR j cream. Herald Engraving. Capt. J. Gordon MUlar, who after j having served three years in the Canadian- Dental Corps, has re- ceived his discharge. He will be re- suming his dental practice in the city each day these pies will be on their menu, along with home-made ice- CITV VISITORS Chairman C. C. Cook and Alfred Farrcilo of the workmen's compen- sation board. Edmonton, were L-eth- bridge visitors Jridaj-, guests as the Marquis hotel. BATHING CAPS 50c and 59c MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331 5th St. S. 414 13th St. N. Phone 2205 Phone 3445 On School Staffs Several teachers were appointed to the citv school staff at the meet- ing cf the Ix-thbridge school board Thursday night. Miss Audrey Wig- more. BJL. TEtoar, was Appointed substitute teacher for one "year to take the place of Miss I_ Landels, who is taking a sabbatical year. The following teachers were ap- pointed to fill vacancies in tbe pub- lic school staff: Miss Gladys Roilag, Mrs. Ruth Humphries. Mrs. Hilda Grimes, Mrs. Hazel May. Permission was granted by the 1 board to the Hustlers Club of First i TJnited chuch to use the auditorium of Galbraith school for two even- I ings a -week. IT IS NO TROUBLE TO SECURE A MORTGAGE LOAN. Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate Loans coaunis- sioner for Alberta, will address the group which is expected to number around 125. Resolutions and recom- mendations approved at Macleod come before the annual meeting at Lacombe later on. Sign-Up 18 Men For Air Force Engraving. Two singing cowboys. Nils Kilssen and Leslie Brian Frost, will be among the colorful figures at the Rally and Rodeo u; Letabridge next Thursday. Friday and Saturday. These talented boys are ea route by saddle pony across Canada over the Trans-Canada hJghway from Vancouver to Halifax. Nicknamed "Sleepy" aad "Swede" they are pictured above -aith Tex RUter. Hollywood cowboy star, and their ponies are also shown. The duo left Vancouver, where the picture was taken, ilay 11 and it will likely be eight months before they reach Halifax. Their ponies are now resting a.z Macleod. Meanwhile, the bojs have gone east, to attend a couple of frontier shows in Scutherrt Saskatchewan, but they 11 be back for the big Lethbridge Rodeo, they stated here Thursday. Behoofs Out! Students Cast Books Aside for Summer Holidays At noon today. Friday. Lethbricge and district school kiddies closed their bocks and stay fo" the long summer holiday. "Schools Now the small boys can run bare- fool if the Weai a. bit warsier weather an- year period -sras wanted and this scay come in time." With respect to cc-operasrsres, re- vision of the legislation general lines proposed by the Me- an- It's schools of the cstv closed at noon. Moreover, departmental exarcina- liocs wound up and now results will be anxiously awaited. School resumes Sept. 3. the day following the Labor day holiday. Already numbers of high school students "have- found jobs. ARRIVES HOME SCHOOL BOARD PROVIDING FOR INCREASED FALL ENROLMENT Originally designed for 14 class- prior to September, rooms, the Collegiate will be oper- The reports of High School In- aticg at a capacity of 19 classrooms -_H -p-smsem anc next fall. The Lethbridge school a-ifl anc Budget Meets i General Approval j The sear federal budget, an-1 the thereby nounced Thursday by Finance Mis-; will be permitted to pay income tax ister Bsley, received favorably oa the of their average income L in Leihhridge and Southern Al- f mrer a three-year period. A Jhre- beruu The "man osa the street." gets a measure of relief in the mat- ter cf income tax for which he is grateful, but he is disappointed :hat she new provisions do not ac into _ _ effect at oace as has been ihs case', Doagali royal ceonnssiQB, in previous budgets. nounced. Hopes had been held thai the' Main points of the revision are levels would be higher, the repeal of the section oi the In- anQcunced: single I come Tax Act which :o S750, and mamed exempted eo-Qperadves and the al- S1200 to However, s Jowance of patronage divideads paid itizen is grateful for a. Many :n the lourer its go off the m- conie tax roll altogether. Well Received i The announcement that farmers wiii be allowed tc pay income taxes on a rhree-year average income 1 bass a generally -A ell received ai- though a five-year average basis j had oeea asked, H. J. Flock. sight. "And I am heartily ia. favor bridge, constituency director of the of any easing of the tax fair budget. The co-operatives per- haps could not expect mere and the 1 tax exemption for three rears of new co-operatives will give" them a chance to gee on their feet. I think there will be general approval of in cash as a from ta income for both co-operatives aad ordinary companies with certain restrictions. Sotoe G. C. Paierson, K.C.. barnster, icld Herald thas he had yet studied the varferas budget changes but could see that some relief from taxation wag in board has decided to another the repon of Miss M. J. Hinman Squadron D. B. Hodgkinson of No. 2 Air Command, "Wlnnioes. Accomnaafed bv Fit. I.t. J. Griffith, i this step necessary, Supenateadent u_____- T .Mr? of rhf the two Winnipeg officers have been A. J. Watson told members of the recruiting in Lethbridge for two i Lethbridge school board at _tneir davs and also south as- far as War- j regular meeting Thursday mgnt as ner and north to Vulcan. They leave today. Friday, for Ifcdicine Hat to continue air force recruiting after -which-they go to Calgary for stampede week to re- cruit there. Men joining the air force with rank of AC.2 receive a month, clothes and maintenance. COSTS ARE PAID Two charges of threatening to kill his wife and of damaeins property of Michael Burchafc, to trtiicb. Mike Stiniowy pleaded "not guilty" in he urged the need for haste in con- structing the composite high school for winning the shield. A letter from H. EL Balfour. di- rector of school administration, stating that a shipment of War the citv'has in. view. (Assets materials including radio Mr. Watson stated that a heavy transmitters, radar equipment. _etc., enrolment was expected la the primarv deoartments next term, and, that as ijfeseni; 53 beginners had been registered in Ileetwood school, with another 10 or 12 to be en- rolled in the fall. The other prim- arv rooms in the city would be filled to capacity. He tfioughs i- would be necessary to open a base- was on its way will be acknowledged. Shackleford Vice-President At Mayors' Meet j VANCOUVER. June Mayor Garnet Coulter of Winnipesr; j yesterday was elected preridens, of the Canadian Federation of Mayors Another barrister fels thas the budget was very disappointing in that no immediate relief from in- come taxation was oroTided. The public had been led to believe that reductioa :n taxes would be felt i tlus year and it !s disappointing to i find "that, the budget is drafted t he said. Single men and women encowa- tered momicg generally felt :he budget is "ail right." bu; that it would not taem greatly. "Guess 111 have to ges married." I was the remark of one young un> married business man. Eng. SGT. TVM. HORGrS Of Warner, who returned from, overseas recently on the He de Fraace. He served three and a half years in the armed services over- seas. HOLD LIFE SAVING TESTS AT "Y" TONIGHT annual conference. j Mayor A. J. Mason of Sprmghill.' was elected honorary secretary. and Mayor T. C. McXaU, honorary treasurer. The following chief magistrates: were elected vice-presidents: H. T.l Forbes. Fredersctoti: Lsicien Borne, j Quebec City; Sam Lawrence. Ham-! ilton. Cat., and A. "W. Alta. j Mayor J. W. Coraert of Vancou-f ver was named honorary president. FORGERY CHARGES Suggestion that Samuel Slump.' former ilossleigh grain buyer, might i For the past six weeks, a corps of issued cash grain tickets ia j boys have been training and prac- of rae fanner so thac an- i The board agreed to purchase lots contiguous to Flestwood school. grounds for the assessed valuation i Bob Perry, Jack: McMillan, and Roy when their examination will take place. Those jjsrticlpating ia the ex- arer Gordon Duthie. Doug Adams, Cyril Holt. Kod Staf- ford. Colin Turner, Bob Eggen, Peter Kutney, George Dougall, Leonard Flamming. Vincent Toth. j chsjs forgery and 10 charges of I uttering against Slump commenced Magistrate H. G. Jensea. The allegedly forged grain tickets cover 54.978. GALVANIZED WATERING CANS Morris Barrett HARDWARE DOST FORGET VICTORY RALLY RODEO. JULY 4-5-6 Sverybody knows my raws are lower ask your banker, year lawyer or the insaranoa adjust- ers whether my companies pay quickly in. case of any loss. Be Wise, Insure With Ives Of 5360. Elaschuk. inent room at Fleecwood in Septem- city police "court on Thursday, were ber. not proceeded with on Fridav. The complainants- Mrs. Bessie Sfankowy and Burchak. offered no evidence and paid S8 costs when the accused I was dismissed. As this was the last regular meet- ing of the bosrd for the term, is j was left to the discretion of the superintendent to call further meet- i ings during the summer months i WHITE SIDE WALLS Improve the appearance of your car. Metal, enamel disks, Trill not scratch or rub the Trimbles for Tires 316 llth Street South Phone 2007 ZANE GREY TITLES For the first time in many months -sre have a complete list of Zane'Grsy titles. Have you copies of "Wilderness Trek, His Majesty's Rancho, Western Union, etc.? AH titles (postege lOc extra) each. ----.......................................S1.49 Commercial Printers and Office 7th Street South. Outfitters, Ltd. "THE GIFT, CEM'JtK" Pboae 3t9f Supina Mercantile Bargain Specialists ourtMcc. WM Alfn 2966-. BUTCHER. 34S6: LADIES' WEAR. 2866: MEM'S WEAR. 3456 PHONES: GROCERIES, 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER, 3456; LADIES' WEAR, BOYS' WOOL TWEED DRESS PANTS Smartly tailored pants for dress or school a perfect combination if worn with sport coats. Made from fashionable tweeds in dressy herring- bone patterns in popular shades of brown or grey. Finished with cuffed bottoms. Sizes 8 to 16 years. Per pair BOYS' STRAW HATS large shady hats -well mace from peanut straw ia the cowboy style so popular with the boys. Finished with bound edge. Assorted sizes. Each.___ 50c YOUNG MEN'S LOAFER COATS The popular loafer coat mace In sunrjner weight from wool tweeds. Smartly styled in three-quarter length In snappy two-tone effects of grey and blue. Button front style. Sizes 25 to 34. MEN'S SUMMER CAPS Cool caps made from lightweight co'.ton, pat- terned in attractive grey and brown checks. Eight- piece crown style. Sizes to Each........ Boys' Lightweight WORSTED PANTS Summer weight pants, tailored from fine and rayon worsted In dressy dark blue shade, patterned in neat stripes. Sizes 12 to 16 years. Special value, Kiddies' OVERALLS Serviceable overalls made in bib style from navy drill, attractively trimmed red and white. Sizes 2 to 6 years. Pair Gay Summer DRESSES May we invite you to call in and see oir selection of summer dresses. We are sure you will be delighted with the wide range of fashionable styles, beautiful patterns and gay coloring. Styled in prints, spuns and seersuckers, patterned in lovely floral and striped designs. Sizes 12 to 42. Priced from LADIES' SUMMER HATS Fashionable new models, styled in straws and ielts in for both the young girls and the more mature ladies. Wide range of neweec shades. to CHILDREN'S SUN DRESSES Kiddies just love these cool colorful sun dresses. Nicely made from brightly pnnted cottons in button fror.t. sleeve- less stjie. Colors: Blue, rose, green and white. Sizes 3 to to GROCERY NEWS COLGATE DENTAt CREAM 19c MEAT SAUCE, Barbecue. Per bottle.................. ORANGE JUICE, 20-oz................. FRUIT NECTARS, for making- cool refreshing- drinks. Per bortle WINES, artificial. Per bottle PRUNE NECTAR. A A Per bottle fHJC 39c Checked Tea Towels Heavy quality, cotton will tea towels, patterned m neat blue checks. Thfese give excellent service. Size ias36. pair... Midriff Bras Cool "niidriils" ideal for near slack suits and broom- sticfc skirts, Weil made from colorful, printed cotton ma- terial in assorted shaces. Size medium only. Pair LADIES' PANTIES Dainty panties, nicely made from angel skin in step-in style. Finished with wsde lace trim. Sizes small, medium and large. Colors: Pink, blue and white. TO FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES CAULIFLOWER, fresh, white heads Each CUCUMBERS, field............Lb. POTATOES, new ..........10 Ibs. ORANGES 288 size......................2 doz. __ ISO size........................Doz. 69C GRAPEFRUIT 126 size........................5 for FRESH STRAWBERRIES CHERRIES, APRICOTS, PLUMS WATERMELONS Lb. CANTALOUPES 2 for KWSPAPLRl iWSPAPfc.RI ;