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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. MAY Some Reseeding In Mackod Area farm- ers in tins are snowing signs ot discouragement in regard to the 1S46 crop prospects. Tne bugh vimd of a few cays ago much new- j ly seeded wheat out of the ground roots attached and consider- J able land mill to be reseeded. I In one case at least a farmer j has noj vet his land ready for seeding made the state- zzeni that he was going to wait to see what the nmd going to do before he would start. His land was in good shape and did not blow and he intends to leave it that until he feels sure a crop has a chance. PLAN SOCIAL EVENING FOR RETURNED MEN WAHXER P. McKenzis and Mrs. Geo Tuff enter- tained the Ladies' Aid at the for- mer's home on Wednesoay lor April meeting. Plans were discussed for a banouet and social evening to honor returned boys, and a com- 2Uittee of Ostlev. A- Rains. Tuff and McKenzie were appointed to arrange same. Ladies Club Pays Honor, To Returned Personnel COWLSY. The mem- bers of the Lsvipgstone Ladies' CUio held a banquet and cance on Mon- dav. 22. in honor of the re- turned bovs 01 the Ohn Creek, ois- trict. Sixtv peonle gatnered as the home of Mr." and airs. Marcel Deja for the banouec vvhicn is as prepareo.) by the ladies of the club "The returned boys were each presented -Kith a fine leather bill- fold, and following the presenta- tion, evervone adjourned to the dim Creek school, wne-e dancing and singing terminated a pleasant evening. I Ernest ILank, Horace Paulson, Douglas Hew-in and George Buries the honored boys Jlmmie Buries. Clarence Buries and Slickej were unable to attend. George Buries, vvno is soloist in the Knox Church, Calgary, came down esoeciallv ftr the occasion. VISITING IX ORTOX Pot Hole Coulee Dam Site Believed Bed of Ancient Lake interesting fact that the site of the Pot Hole Coulee darn here -was probably an ancient lake, has just been Geo- logists working on the project have remains of aquatic life, snails, etc., that were supposedly there sometime before the age of glaciers, when the move- ment of the large bodies of ice destroyed the barrier and let the water out. Banks on the east and west sides of the dam site are of sandstone and of almost identical height. DISTRICT NEWS FAGE-JTVE Busy Southern Alberta WHEAT BLOWX OCT DRIFTING SEVERE j IRON The, (HNS) The J terrific oust storm last j neon stopped all work Several fanners have ________.. _ f rate up iheir as :c been blown oa', and fences and {had blown out in large areas. Haiti roadsides are piled wita sano. Just j is neeced to germinate tne beets 1 a Ught wind now srats the dust j seeded. Housewives are hopeful las 1 flying again, and tne -snad from the i dast storms are over 1 north lass night tae wim MACLEOD VISITOBS I dust and soil was s'lll drifting. MACLEOD Mr. and, Housewives are kept busv TEAM STAGES RUNAWAY ilerberg's left foot and itaL he (HXS) Prank taken to toe bospitaL An was no broken bones, but his conoiuoa necessitates the use of crutches. Doug Yaalerberg escaped without injury. and Doug Vanleroerg met with anjrevealea accident Sunday afternoon the two teams they were dnvysg frightened on the WeK Ferrue mil and ran away The VarCerbergs were moving farm machinery to. The worses ran cown a I :e 051 top of them VISITOR IX POMHEA Pvne accompanied Mass Inger Socd- i ergaard to Ponoka. ifcere she spent The wagon went oier Frank Van- Easter at home. coMMCMOK muncn GRASS? ZAKK. Bright adorned altar of St. church for tne senriee Coin- if. The rector, A. f. TJjomsoa, administered the sacrament. Com- jmunion service, tinder the leader- ship of the Bev. A. J. Thomson, (was held in Purple Springs in toe afternoon. Mrs. Price, parents of Cecil Price i cay cleaning ous din 'of Macleod. left for their I and'jaad oy the paiisfiiL "iain is! at west of Innisfail af- baolv needed at Parsons Heads Nanton Rifle Club GOES TO RARVARD needed at ume Jo 1 'teids from complex ruin. A'. oj reseedics mil have to be ORTOK. (HNS) Miss Val- Inda Orr Idano is visiting fnenos and relatives in the Onon distnc: be Lovely too! (HXS) G. Par- sons -a as elected president of tne Kanton Rifle and Revolver Club at, the annual meeting hela 'Wecnes- da.- evening in the cjub room of j the curling arena. Other officers, elated were. Gus Naiuon of Mont- honorary president, J. C. Hie- secreiarv-treasurer. R. Hi-lett, instructor; James Dick and C A. Stroud. coaches and range j metiers These officers will con- j sur-le the executive committee.' appoirted were as fol- H. Smith. P C. Eo_ McLean: comcetiuoa. J. A Surer. J. Dick. J. it- Burrows, en- ter-amnient, G. S Casoell. O. E. Sin in. O. Lica. reporters, H. Arm- strorg. O. G Parsons. j formiR" of junior civision. i '01- bovs unaer 18 jears of age, was feft m the hands of the executive. IMPROVE RANGE Tt was deemed to hold regular shoots again this year, and to "widen the range so fiat marksmen can shoot at tne time The eyecutr.e commit- tee instructed to purchase two "parsons, newlv elected presi- dent spoke oneHv of tbe honors Ehat'had been brougni to Xanton bv oustanding shooting of sev- eral o. its member vvho had taken i" tie Canadian small uore i competitions, both m summer ana matches. Ir. the j sumirer matches. J. C Eieoers won the Dominion chammonship. ana he arc. his club mate, C A. Srmsc. ne pairs for tne tfcirc consecutive match. J. >L Burrows won the "C" class grand aggregate, j and he. with his club mate. James, Bic'-w the club pairs C class s in the main comnentions The' Caracian Small Bore Association conatea 45 pnzes and of these a in bv contestant from tne Rifle ana Hevolver Club. Fioa to oomt cnj-side of yovr K cs inside1 Choose 8-H EnsliA Pai-rt 'or looo protection. Lovely baolv ter spending a dav-s is.ta ihe_r son and Mrs. Price The., recea'jj- j jo. returned from an wur of Iowa j where members of the family j ered and celebrated she 88th birtu- day of .Mr. Prices motaer. fHXS> _ AooutSO BKIDE SUOWfcKED of tae seeding has been GRASSY LJIKEL __ bv her sister, Mrs Loren ATTEND FUNERAL Out-of-town guests induced Mrs GOTSXEY. Mr. and, Wm. Kjnmburgh, Sr. Mrs Rcscoe Mrs. Hecwr Lemire. Mr. and Mrs. Kicciotirgh. Mrs. Geo Rutherford Joe and Mr. and Mrs. mothe' of the sroom. Mrs. A. Sow- j Blais, were in Olds last week to at- erbv. Mrs. T W Sowerby, Mrs A.: tend the funeral 01 the late Hector Sanderson and IJOIE. Mrs. R. Ao-1 Secofe Mrs acd MTS.I TO and CLEAX OCT MILL POXD 1 Alcerta i Canning Company has just com- i pleted cleaning out what was form- i erly known as the Mili Pond, for a i 'water reservoir ui the summer j Power machinery was used to do j 'the job. I I MACLEOD GIRL IXJCRED j MAtTLEOD (HXS) Plat j Son of Mr. and Mrs Aloert j around macftinerv Thursday after- j lev of Sorting, wno has been award-1 coon lass with o'ther children. 11- ed a Fellowshia at Han arc Cm-1 j-ear-old Ardell Stockton suiiered i v ersitv anc will 05 there for tnree J ir-junes to her pelvic bone and her; Boost Your City! Get Behind the Junior Chamber of Commerce Campaign CLEAN UP! PAINT UP! Make Lethbridge Shine RETXAKD W. BRAXDLEY vears or more. Mr. Braaoiev holes his master's degree ir- engi-' neermg. irom Alberta Dniversiiv ana will no'R studv for his doctors de- gree majoring in soil mechanics. He is now en route to Camondge. Mass. The voung stuaent js a grancson of the late Tneccore Brandley. well- known Soutnem Aloerta aioneer community builaer and cnurcrunan. Services Loose Chain Injures Farmer SITSDIAL (HNS) When coming from work with tie tractor and trailer Monday, LeRoy Bailej received severe cuts about the face when z. 'og chain dragging oenina got caugnc under the trailer wheel and snaoced loose, wmpping around throusn "te window on the factor cao him in the face .tie was taken to for medical atten- tion and nad to have lour sr-ccnes to close the wound. luttle Barry Matthews fell on a pad and oaoly cut his cneek re- cently "Wh'le cleaning ou: anil wnen in mot.or Kenreth Dunn, nad the end of finger cut off. Theme Show Increase bip bones cracked when tongue of a hoase-movuig anpara- tus omned her to the ground. See was "released and taken to hospital and last reports are tnat see is progressing favoraoly Ardell the daugiuer of Mr. and Mrs. George j Stocktcn of 18tb Street. BITTEN' Bl" HORSE ORTOX. (HXS) While1 tending his horses recently Cliver Orr was bitten by one of the ceasts and required med-cal The wound is healing favorably. TO GO TO RETLAW SUNDIAL (HXS) TSTarde Bailey and family eXDec; to take uo res'dence m Retlaw shortly, where he will oe employed during she summer months. CRAXBROOK. B C. (HXS) DERIVED FROM LATIX Telephone services in East ana West The words trgr and kaiser are have increased by 351 both derived from tne caesar. since last June, according to recent company statistics They now total services, conrosred with m Jane, 1945. In "West Sootenay the gain was from 5 3S1 services last June to tne present serv- ices with Nelson and Trail account- ing for the largest increases aad small increases ac all nine centres The Tiasr. Kootenay total ol serv- ices increased from services to 1.458 services, witi Kimberley accounting lor 35 adoitionai serv- ices Cranbrook for 23 services, and smaller increases at Creston, Fer- rue, ana in toll "stations, while Micnel remained unchanged. CONSUMERS HARDWARE "The Store with the Stock" D. J. Whimster 3L F. SOLE SOUTHERN ALBERTA DISTRIBUTORS B-H PAINTS Frank's Cafe Now open for business WATERTON PARK Alberta F Goble. proprietor Honor Memory Brilliant Student Lethbridge Northern Bus BUS SCHEDULE Lines READ UP p.m. 9.15 8.55 8.45 8.35 8.25 8.05 READ DOWN 7.40 a.m. a.m. p.m. 10.45 6-45 5.45 10.20 Murry Cor. 6.10 10.10 Diamond City 7-20 10.0O Shaughnessy .....7.30 6.30 9.45 Picture Butte 7.55 6.55 9.25 Iron Springs 8.15 7.15 9.00 Turin 8.40 7-40 Snndav only, Leaving- L-ethbndge io Picture Bntie at 545 pm. Sunday only, Leaving Picture Butte to at 615 p m. Saturday only. Special leaving Lethbridge to Picture Bntte only, at 1100 pm. Saturday only, Special leaving Picture Butte to at 11.55 pm TTe are open for arrangements for chartered Phone 3536, 4036 or 91-3134 KB.EBERISY The annual Parent-Teachers Asso- ciation Fine -ins scholarship, Is awarded annualK to a SJincerlej" scnool stuaent showing outsiarcing' talent in one Oi tne arts, has been renamec the Doro- thv Callaghan Fine Arts Scholar- ship, hononrg the onlliant hign school student was accident- ally Villea in tae cnermsrrj laoor- atorv of tne hjgh school ;n Febru- arv." Miss Callaghan, in adaifor to" beme a gooa general student, cuistandirg in an work. In her memory a lunci nas been started to aid starving chilcren m Europe. Though u is pnmarilj a school fund donations are being To this memorial fund ererv of -anich will provide for a European fcr c-x nio tha The P -T A recentH authorized a S10 cortnbdtion to the furd. uo ac the Duck Lake. staaon for the past few months, nas j returned to me staff at the Copley! airport. Irani Gould, who has been! racio operator at the Cowiey air- port for the oast few months, has; oeen transferred to Rivers, Man. j OPEX SERVICES WIXXIFRSD. Cnurch services uill be nela m Winmfred Cn-arch 5 as 2 o'clock. Evervbodv is welcome. j SEEDIXG WELL ADVANCED Fndav's dust storm was the worst of the season. Farmers uere obliged to. come in from the fwids and house- wives again nad to house clean, i Seecing is well underwav. and next t week will see a los of tanners fin- j ishec. Early oats are showing green. and a good rain would be most wel- come. EARLY CROP IXJTRED GRAXOM (HXS) Many acres of jand changed hands dinng tne terrible wind storm last jTriday Fanners who had sown their grain earlv had tne tencer blades cut off ov tne drivirg gns and will in manv- cases have to reseed. FALL WHEAT LOOKIXG GOOD WINXTFRED (HXS) The fields 01 fall wheat and some fielos of rye are looking good a; present. Eeav-. winds nave lifted the sur- face from the fields in oome cases i Paint Your House WITH BAPCO Paint Products Smooth, Lasting, Colorful MAKE YOUR GARDEN SPARKLE Lawn Sprinklers Hoes Digging Forks Hose Nozzles 49c Spades Hose Reels 25 Rakes 65c Garden Hose, per foot 9c HAND TROWELS, FORKS AND FERTILIZ1 Presto 5 Ibs. 3Sc; 25 Ibs 50 ibs. 2.45; 100 Ibs Gardenite 5 Ibs. 50c; 10 Ibs. 80c; 25 Ibs. 50 Ibs. 100 Ibs. CULTIVATORS, each All Available at WHERE YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER Until the crops come in this Fafl... 1 DISTRICT VISITOR WIXXIFRFX) (HXS) Mr i Mrs Karrv Mavwell and son, Terrv of Medicine Hat. were Wm- nifred visitirg with rela- i lives ana friends Mr and Mrs Melvoi Miller and son. Portland 1 Oregon, are at tne home of .M'llers motner, Mrs lea BacksTom Agnes Etewalu. Medi- cine Hat u as art Easter guest of her sister. Mr- Melnn Isabelle Sparks Chamnion, is visiting at the Gosselm TSITS VT 1TARNER FARME Have Your Oneway Converted lo Rubber We have the tires, tubes and rims in stocl as well as the equipment for cutting' down your Recently ue installed new equipment which enables us to you the saw-tooth jread as as our original tread on all recaps. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS 301-307 13th Street X. Phone 4268 i Matilda Jensen n' Prr'o Utah, arn-.ed b" TCA on to visit vci, SML-O J for z time. MEETING BUY AND USE LESS OF THESE FOODS WHEAT and WHEAT PRODUCTS CHEESE EGGS MEAT BUY ONLY FOR IMMEDIATE NEEDS YOU PURCHASE OHLY THE AMOUNT YOU IMMEDIATELY NEED AND KEEP YOUR HOME STOCKS LOW YOU FREE ADDITIONAL SUPP1JES FOR SHIP. MENT, WASTE NOTHING USE EVERY SCRAP DOHT FEED OARSAGE CAN. FEED THE HUNGRY. PLANT A GARDEN SUBSTITUTE HOME GROWN VEGETABLES FOR AS MANY OF THESE VITAL FOODS AS YOU CAN. Uritea Ladies Aid viil iree- with Mrs Gerala on Mav S. A large attendance is honsd for. MINISTER PIXCHER Burgess t of A'bert Or.t itucer.t j for re circuit this summer arrived !r j Cr-ec1: ico'n. up hu> auiies Sur.- aav. KINDLY NEIGHBORS PINCHER of Mrs gatherec at her I'orrt "i Kjllabo-o earlv or. 22 WUR nine farmirg outfits arri bf-iort everirg acre? of ard a few acres of i'.f d prepared ara crp< re Mr Lillics died in Marc11 TO END STRIKE CALGARY, Mav Can- more rime onerators arc! represent- atives of diit'ict 18 United Mine Workers of mei Monaaj m ai ?uemot to settle tbe dispute which ir a strive at the i Canmore nrares three weeks ago. We know the urgent need for food in Europe and the Far East. We cart, and must send more. What we do without.will mean increased bulk shipments to the hungry. A SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION YOU CAN MAKE The Government has made precisions whereby those citizens who wish to do so siay now turn in valid meat coupons they can spare as a personal contribution. Meat thus saved will increase shipments overseas by the Canadian Meat Board. HOW TO GIVE YOUR MEAT COUPONS Aoy organization authorized to make collec- tions under the War Chanaes Act. nay appoint an official custodian to collect meat coupons sod turn them in to the Local Ration Board. This custodian must be authorized in -writing by the spoosonng organization sad must register at the nearest Local Ration Board or Ration Branch. An official card will be issued to each approved custodian iroai the Ration Administration. Custodians may then collect meat coupons from their sponsoring organiza- tion and turn them in at frequent intervals to the Local Ration Board or Branch. Receipts for the number of coupons turned in will be given to each custodian. Give your coupons only to authorized persons. Ask to see the official card from the Ration Board. Food Information Committee of THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA ;