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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1946 SIX PER CENT INCREASE IN WHEAT ACREAGE SHOWN IN POOL REPORT THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE Indications are that there will be about K six per cent increase in jkheat seedings in the Lethbndge railway division this year, according to the first crop report is- sued by the Alberta Wheat for the week ended last Saturday. A reduction of about two per cent In oats acreage, a sUght re- duction !a barley acreage and a 15 per cent cut In flax acreage are shown. Here are the figures for crop districts 1, 2 and 4. centering on Foremost-Manyberries. -Leih- nridge-ClareshoJm-Cardstoa, and Vulcan-High River respectively as shown In the report, bases on per- centages of last year's sowings: Oats Barley Hax District 1 104 District 2 109 District 4 lft> 101 98 99 100 100 96 S3 78 88 Prescriptions Accurately filled and sent to you PROMPTLY MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331 5th St. S. Phone 2205. 414 13th St. N. Phone 3445 Discuss that new financing home with of us. Bowman Agency Insurance, Real Estate, Rentals POTATO GROWERS We are buying NETTED GEMS CARLOADS OR TRUCKLOADS Plunkett Savage tethbridge Phone 2584 District No. 3, north of Medicine Hat, shows about the same per- centages. Topaul Dry The report shows that subsoil moisture conditions are fairly good, bus owing u> the windy spnng the topsoil Is somewhat dried out and inclined to drift before the high winds have prevailed throughout ApriL Wheat seeded shows 76 per cent in she southeast, 37 per cent in the southwest and 31 per cent along the Aldersyde-Macleod branches. The overall picture for the prov- ince intention to plant six per cent more wheat than las; year, one per cent less oats and barley and nine per cent less flax. Rye acreage is up 19 per cent. Taber Well Is Flowing PAGE SEVEN Blackface Artists 4. .3. Y.M.C.A. Minstrel Show Open. Artists to be Heard in Stage Presentation G. Sick Talks of Civic Centre SAYS LETHBRIDGE HAS n j V GREAT OPPORTUNITY Is Recorded A full t-jro hours ol fun. music., irar of "putting the show across" j rollicking jokes, darkle tap j that will ensure a smoothly .handled dancing and all the accoajpanircenis production filled of of the firs sentatioES o: j Thursday evening of this ureek arid continuing on through Don. for all. Friday and Saturday. The show will at p.m. each e'.ening.! For firsi time in csany years, j the notes of never to be forgotten', negro raHodses will be presented on stage in their mixture of gay and' haunting tunes. Scheduled for? Prom three to ten degrees of frost so'ngs. gags were recorded in Southern Alberta are such numbers as "Come j S on Dccam South." "Minstrel Mesa- ones." and jaany others, and fea- Engraving. I the leading; singers of the BISHOP RAGG S district. George Brown, well-known Visitor In uethbridge today. baritone of the city. rail be More Dependents Reach Canada "We hare a. large program of ex- f directions at the present pansion for Sicks Breiirenes in both j His baseball team, the Seattle Canada and the United Scales, buss Rainiers? "Well, we're aot going nave saslved all building until j so good inst-ne-ar. but then jou can's the housing situation 2. G.! ail the said Mr. Sick. Bus he did say thas one cf the majors has taken an option his star Srss baseman at suggest thss baseball magnates in she States are ICCSIES fora-ard to a big year. Civie Centre hinVnsf While in the eitr Hr. Sick con- VT tA.jt AilS" S _ J-LU. J. Grain is no; up and shruos are late, tenai anfj available at. 'he 1 ferred -aiiU A. G. Baalim, tee Garden stuff is not up. It ss f preseat should oe channelled' director here, and yith Vic into ouildmg in "he cities I Meeeh relative to the Sick Mten- j -a-e have Mr. Sick onaljn the Civic Centre. He, told said. "Homes should corae Srst." jointij developing the field. ROilAX TRAFFIC COXTROL Julius Caeser conceived the idea of one-way streets as traffic aids. At the Theatres Comoiete shows: 6-40- "Be'ls of St. Marys. 7.00; 5: 2-15; "Crazv. Knights, 2.20; 7 42" "-Girl Xo. 217." 3 25; 8.47. Last, complete show at Guest in the 9.22. "Dudes are Pretuy Ninety-nine dependents of Cana- j Navy. Army ana Air Force 1 personnel were aboard the "Aqui- j tania" which docked at Halifax on.. Tuesdav Their movement from the! address parishioners in Augus- imposing array of songstresses and; br special ts-3m- aBd tin's hall tonight at 8 o'clock, m songsters Miss Esva Sasterbrook. esact lHne of arnrai aL j connection tiitn the Anglican Ad- to the lilting accompaniment, of the destination will be announced vance Appeal nhich is L-. progress minstrel chores, trained oy Mrs. j date across Canada. All Ar-gUcans IT. Percy Cull and Mr. Morton Brown, j "Dependents coming to this dis- siuni- Daniels organizer, will accomoany. and Miss Pear! Routh. Tsehe- the bishop. '--------J 65-15-A. recent, city are urged to attend The Arch- -anil render dariienu in the West Taber oil deaco of Calgary and J. J bers. as will M-ss Gwen Dani field, is a flowing -nell. It has been floiMr.g for several days, it. is re- ported, with a flush rate of 200 bar- rels a dav of 27 gravity oil. (This is no" a measure of what i'- will do or will be allowed to do en steady production.) The Sve other completions in the Seld are pumping from about 20 to 60 barrels a day. California-Stan- dard and Nassau Explorations are Fathers And Sons Feast Together ear-oid Muriel Gentleman nas a featured spot on the program with j a special presentation of the old' Kcshrnan. 612- 12th Street A X, S fa-onte, "My Curly-Headed Baby." LechbriGse; Mrs M. A.. Richardson.' Other Attractions j Ravmocd; Mrs M. As well as the songs, there are Medicine Hat: Mrs. V. many other cttracthe and enter- 1 Xobleford: Mrs. B Y. Stimson. Tab- taining numbers. The i er; Mrs. M. EL White. Meoieme Ha-; Dance club, under the direction of I Mrs M. B. Ottewell. Vulcan; Mrs. I ful thas fall wheat aiil ce hurt. of re- forlfA from Barnwell, centre of an extensive market garden and' canning crop area, and tender stuff exposed may have been nipped. A check on the situa- tion there is awaited. it is reported, got four degrees of frost. There was no frost damage visible at tbe LethbrMge Ex- pCrunental Mation morning, while cornpany officials had no of dam- age to sugar beets now shon-ins in many fields. Beet expected start May lu 'with a rood stand in sight. As Magrath there was an eighth of an inch of ice noted Wednesday morning and some fanners were wondering if alfalfa had been 1 ped. A Magrath man took his i I Inflation Octlook i Ij'.lrig in Seattle Mr. Sick has I had a good opportunity to watch the price-wage movement in :ne United States, so he was asked about the pessibiiitv of inflation over there. "Runan-av so, bus we fiaie a modicum of in some commodities more than in j others" was answer. It is show- ing up :n real estate and building costs probably more than, in other Mrs. M, F. Gibbons. Picture Butte; Mrs. A. B. P Kieb. Medicine Hat: Mrs D. C. Kimblev and son. Kiriibley. Monarch: Mrs. K. horses to tne creek to drink Wed- nescav morning and was surprised to see wild ducks walking about or.: TAKES OVER DUTIES Thomas cintec. cit L. Ferguson, ne'slv-ap- y clerk succeeding Frank the ice. w thought that lilacs and apple i RESUME EXQORT IX in CAX5IORE STRIKE Mr. and Mr. Meech thas there -aras no hard and ralms laid down as to hois- the S100.0GO gift to Lethoridge made by the lata Fntz Sick should be used, bus to use it to the best, advantage to gave tile ycung people of the best recresticnal centre which tbe money and other money coctribated bv tne cit-v and the dt22ens provide. He suggested thai plans of what other cities are doing should be laiestigated and a da- for Lethbrfdge -arork- ed out. "Lethbndge with the form- er Mounted Police barracks grounds avaiiab'e in the heart o: the er.- has a great opportunity, and i kriOTf YOU will raake the best of said Mr Sick. Mr Chiswick Mr. Sick -arH visit the comoSitT's olants at anti remainder of the blossoms in Lethbndge escaped unharmed. gardens Mrs. Joyce Bateman Hill, have a _i couple of snapov tap routines de- One hundred ana sixty fatners f fl m'with the spirit of and sons were preseni at the Scout, and Cub Father and Son banquet in St. Augusun's nansh hall on Tuesday night. The disiricc com- missioner for Boy Scouts, F. G. Forster. was in the chair. After the toast to the Kmg. short addresses were made by the rector of the parish, the Hev. Leslie Grant. who expressed gratification as the excellent progress made J C. Stlrlmsr. Medicine Hat. and Mrs. H. West. Raymond. the show. There's banjo strurn- niing and harmonica playing, with a running background of highly amusing gags and jokes in the hands of the endmen or "clowrs" of tne show. The master of ceremonies posi- tion or "Mistah Interlocutor" as he X. A. BEKGEK DIES of viic of Nils DIES IX CALGARY CANMORE. Alta.. Mar Incuiry inra cause of the recent strike of 350 coal miners here and Mrs. Elizabeth Leach, 56, of Cal- negotiations toward a settlement of gary, m hospital there Mon- j the dispute, will be resumed Fndai. day She is well known in Leth-' it was said Tuesday br district of- is called, is smartly Morton Brown- handled by Fun- _ __ __ eral services wffl be held Thursdav at 2 p.m. from the Parkland Crated church, with the Rev. P. G. Snsbin her eyed time. Funeral arrangements not completed. of the United Mine Wor'-cers of America. Representatives of tbe are i companv and the union had a pre- j meeting Monday Leach. .t one Interment will be by the movement in the parish; ilrs. T. H McCready. Girl Guide com- missioner, who" brought greetings from. Guides and Brownies in the c'ty and the Cub commissioner. An excellent program included readings by Miss Audrey Chiswick. and conanunitv singing under the. e'acershiD of "Walter Lewis and Cub F Tribute was paid K> the leaders of the two Cub packs, j Miss Diana Hitchie and Ilrs. Vera. Shu-lev, and their four assistant. Mrs. D. Stevenson, president of the Scout and Cub Mothers' Associa- tion, replied to the vote of thanks to the ladies. tenor %oice. along with a Recently from s 3. fine 1 the Nanton _ sure fire baim Funeral Home In charge Winnipeg. Mr. Brown has a fine', the Nanton cemetery, with the Fair- Book Amber Is here again. Our order teas cut 2-3 and present prinnng ss again exhausted. Price S3.00. (Add 15c for Commercial Printers and Office Outfitters Ltd. 326-7th St S. Phone 2399 GOOD NEWS FOR FORD OWNERS We can now equip your cor with "Airplane Type" shock ab- sorbers. This will give your Fsrd unsurpassed riding quali- ties plus maximum saftty. Come In and talk it over. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers RADIO SERVICE Prompt and courteous ser- vice from a well-equipped shop at a reasonable price. MKENZle- ft EC TR ic ITO: Do Your Part In making a beautiful citv Paint Up With C.LL. PAINTS, VARNISHES, ENAMELS Junior Chamber of Commerce beaiiiificaiion campaign 3Iay 1st to llth. Morris Barrett HARDWARE Values of baildingr praperties, household effects. etc_ have in- creased considerably. We recom- TnpiH traM rf-dgir tlse amonnt of insurance you are carryings Be Wise-Insure With Ives Sumna Mercantile Bargain Specialists Jfc PHONES- GROCERIES. 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER, 3456; LADIES' WEAR, 2866; MEN'S WEAR, 3456 MEN'S WOOL TWEED LOAFER COATS Fashionable Loafer Coats for sports or all informal wear. Tailored from quality wool tweeds in smart two- tone effects. Styled with button fronts and two side pockets. Col- ors: Green, blue, brown and grey. Sizes 34 to 42. to MEN'S UNLINED DOESKIN JACKETS Serviceable jackets for -work or everyday wear. -Hade from good- looking cotton dceskin in shades of blue or brown. Styled with zipper fronts and slash pockets. Sizes 36 to 46. BOYS' GOLF HOSE Cotton golf hose made in 34- length with controsting- turndown, cuffs. B I u e grey shade. Sizes 7 to 8yz. Pair MEN'S VICI-KID MEN'S LEATHER DRESS OXFORDS JACKETs Comfortable ox- fords made on a wide fitting last, with soft, vici-kid uppers, solid leather welted soles and half rubber heels. EE width, sizes 6Vs to 11. Per pair Men's Heather Mixture WORSTED SOCKS Good quality socks knit from worsted yarns in blue heather mixture. Sizes 10 to Iiy2. Per 60c Horsehide or black. Finished with Good looking jackets well made from fine horsehide or sheepskin leath'ers in shades of brown, green, sand and block. Finished with zipper fronts, various pocket styles and ad- justable waist straps. Sizes 38 to 46. to Men's Whipcord WORK PANTS Strong work pants made from cotton vhipcord in serviceable dirk grey shade. Pre- for permanent fit. Sizes 32 to 44 COLORFUL BRAIDED RUGS BRIGHT COLORED BRAIDED RUGS IN LARGE CIRCULAR OR OVAL SHAPES. ASSORTED SHADES. MOCCASIN RECORD SMASHING VALUES IN Ladies' Dresses New, up-to-the-minute styles, colors and fabrics with values to SLASHED TO CLEAR AT EACH ALL SALES FINAL. CASH ONLY, PLEASE. XO PHOXE ORDERS. APPROVALS. EXCHANGES OB BEDROOM ALPINE SLIPPERS SKIRTS Soft leather moccasin style slippers with beaded vamp trim. Col- ors, red or blue. Good quality Alpine cloth skirts styled with all- around pleats. Popular shades of brown, green and blue. Sizes 12 to 18. LADIES' FASHIONABLE SPORT JACKETS Smartly styled sport jackets, tailored from fine quality all-wool fabrics in as- sorted shades, including colorful plaids. Both fitted and box models. Sizes 12 to 20. Blouses MISSES' SILK JERSEY Beautiful blouses made from silk jersey, patterned in lovely florals. Buttoned front models. Sizes 12 to 14. 'it. jiz.cs iv. JL GROCERY NEWS PHONES: 2766, 2966 IN JUST 2 SICOHDS 2 PACKAGES OF ASPIRIN CRUMBLES AND Goes to work CUP and SAUCER, to relieve 4 PAIN! M for............ N- FLOOR WAX, Aero, Off no rubbing. Pints. CABBAGE New. Per Ib. 8c ORANG Size 392....................................3 doz. 69c Size 288....................................2 doz- 88c Size 176....................................Dozen g2c GRAPEFRUIT PINKS Size 112.....................................4 25c Size 46........................................2 for 29c APPLES, Yellow Newton, extra fancy, Per Perlb.......10c ;