Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1946 "MAPLE LEAF" SIGNS "30" or ifce Canadian Amr Maple Xeaf -srer-t to bed ia north- west Germany las; The special eight-page edition aed four-page coauc car- lied on irs froEt page a o. a, soldier in Canada Arsay dress tacking up a sign "dosed." The newspaper roUed o'-i the press after Mai. Norman C. of Toronto. had presided over sn scfonsal cerenKCjy. 3om in Xaples is arv, 1944, and ending near- cokpleuon of Canadian occupation duties, the various editions ol the Leaf sened Canadian sal- iciefs from presses in Caen. Some, i Brussels. Amsterdam. Ijondon and here in Germany. BLACKJIAKKETEKS PAY HEAVY FIXES MONTREAL-. JJsr tola! S' 780.000 in fines for offences asairs: wartime regulations haie been by Canadians since Sep- -ember. 1939. it announced las: 5 Kisht bv the Prices Board, me an- said :ha: :he Pr.ces Board was in no small 'Eieassare for the fact that Causes as tree frosi the so-called 'alack as .ssy place m the Between Sets. 1. IS39. and Feb. CS. were ;fcr vanous offences against regulators. I Viscount Alexander 'Honorary President i May W. il.esiie. president o: the Canadan lLa-B.2 Tenrus Association, announc- ied today that the governor-general, s Viscount Alexander, "has gracious- ly to become honorary of the Vis- t count Alexander iar. i of in honorarj office. Louis And Conn Sign Contracts newly-organized American Basefc for June ?hf Aims of U.S. Baseball Guild O.C. HOK5E RACE XETiVMASKEl'. Xav 4 cue open :o litres. Xeolight cariie second, with tiurc of -3 runners IE :ns second -classic race of tie flat-racirj season. TTASHIXGTOX, May 4. Robert Murphy, director c. newly-organized American Baseball some of guild hoped j- 4 to 31____ Among these is the establishment of a salary cf a of Vc-ece, year lor major league piajers. at i Baseball men June IS the average pay of rookies now lelsr-tcaasia and coming into the big leagues aboa: joshed good- a yea-, a increase _ thev were being over pre-u-ar salaries. the customary hoop-te- i O'.her IRELAND BEATS WALES CARDIFP' Wales, May 4. defeat ed Wales l-O in an tional soccer game LEM1EUXGOESTO TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS TORONTO. Msy of Armanei Lemteux. Provi- A cfaace leli-wnger. announced bv Cocnv Smvtlie. maa- Newbouser Hurt- Needs Rest Cure Riders' is Retiring director of the Toronto iiapre hockey club. Earlier he said NEW YORK. Mar that Vic Lynn, another left-winger cos and Mexicans threw a flurryor been obtained from Buffalo I excitement into the camps or pe- 5 troit Tigers and New York Sniythe said Ijeafs paid S5.000 and Friday. exchanged Ronnv Wilson who clay-1 Doctors studied x-ray ed las'" season with Pittsburgh, in! and found the pitching arm ol the deal that brought Lenueux to f southpaw Hal Newhouser had a I Toronto. Two pla-k-ers are beiag ex-: triple chip. They recommended a ja trasse Irest cure for the Detroit pitcher Leaf manager said "'or the 1 who won the American leagues WHEN YOU CO EAST t TAKE A BOAT TRIP Over lakes Superior Hnroii on a C_S-L. sieanier. Relax in the fresh air with con- genial companions. Music and dancing in the evenings. Cabin accommodation and excellent meals. Automobiles carried. Commencing ISth, sailings for Sarnia and Windsor from Dulnth erery Tuesday; from Port Arthar erery Wednesday. Farther ixfcnKCiim front cny CJfJL or CLPJZ. cftr-i or frzrK fff CANADA STEAMSHIP LINES W. W. TAYLOR. D.F. and PJU CANADA SS. LIXES S04-4U1 St. VF, H. G. STRETTOX. Ticket Agent. CJ.R- Station. Lcthbridgf V plunging half sitfa Toroato the player and two representatives CARDSTOX XOTES Mr. snd chair: Mrs- Kalph or Cherry Grove, j are voting this aee-i at the j iwm. Scmmerfeldr home. i j David J. Evans si Shiproek. New: Mexico Is visiting m Csrdston. i 10 Mr snd Mrs. Sd Wight of f cheated the scales before rus first 'ox Wash. and Mrs. Clarence bom with Joe. making himself out Hawes o' Sookane were Carcscon j to be heavier than he actually was. J-J.-0J5 las- "week. On rheir return i Their weight IPrtday. with trousers ihorie'they tooS Mr. and Mrs. ?erd! shoes, Egan found, was: Louis i SosiKierre'lct with them for s. Conn 195H. TRICKED COMMISSIONS Asked if he really put, one over on the commission before the Srst I month's visit. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wood i for a 10-day trip to Sait i Lake Utah. Mr. ana Mrs. Ben J Wood will return home iihem. Mr. V.'ood has been -.err ill in Sal: Lske the past mcn-h. ANNOUNCING THE NEW "HUMBOLDT" HYDRAULIC LOADERS What You Have Been Waiting For: 3L Twin Cylinders 2. Nothiiig Tractor, when scoop is 3. No cables, no side swing. 4. Qnickly attached and detached. 5. S-foot lift on most tractors. 6. Guaranteed. Price 285.00 F.O.B., LethbrWge WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR OTHER 3IODELS WITHOUT PUMPS SOON WHY PAY MORE. DAVIS DAVIS AND ASSOCIATED DEALERS CLARESHOLM, COALHURST AND COALDALE MACLEOD AND TAUXHALL Eyery FATHER ...should answer these questions: much are my savings really trita that of JTOKTH.'" The cab of yoar sivings is not whst eoants aosi. Whit is important is the sraouai of aiainsatiS tnoiz: they provjae, if yocr wife aad left withoat other means of tcpport. la raost cases ordiniry Kvings caa't provide eaocgb'- Thzt is -why you cceci 5ife insurance. "Is it important WHICH life m- satrance company I It is! life issarzacc nscch alike as to poKces and rates, but sctaa! long-terra resells Ve invite you to compare The Mutual Life of Canada's record THE if any other company. Evidence of cBe satisfacucn of Mutual Life pohcyholders is fs.jcjshed by the fact that whole fatnihes ana succeeding genera- dons have entrusted their life io- scrance progranjs occlusiTely to The Mutual isfe, and each year approximately 355S of its new busi- ness cozes from poiicyhc5der5. Ask your Muraal 3Ufc recreseata- nve to explain the special features of this Company. Cost Life Insurance Since 1869 IOF CANADA HEAD OFFICE WATERLOO, ONTARIO Branch Building Alberta. Representatives: E. R. J. FORSTER, LESLIE J. PARISIAN of the" club owner. In event they asree the matter shall be j in arbitrator. said Thursday night thai he fek 4 Grater freedom of contract j -with the long schecule conung ap so that club owners will not be abje_ to deal .with shyers on a one-side basis. 5. Provision for Bonuses, insur- Miss Hill returned i after ssendir-g a tor-nigh; tne c he did; that he I ance ana so fortn. about 1561 6. All oScers of tne S'-iiid are poSfe-just Iver the nyddleweight to be professional players or former against the 174 pounds of- players. Scia-Iy announced. "I jumped off i grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. I- V. Law. Mrs. Law accompaaiec Gwen. "-_ 110 Calgsry. LAC. Don discharge is hone M-ss Rita Sylvesier. H.N. of tne; Carcston hcspital. was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Rip.ey. j G. Rice and family and Mrs. j Gillies and children ret-imed home after visiting in Calgary and Crow's, 13 the first 3ghr. on account eat the last couple it Cons said ck Conn out Nest curing: Saster Alma Bishop spending a hospital. Chance Interferes Again! Who takes chance he sees at hand Of destinr assumes command. Mother Xarure. interjected "who made the mis. but got no reply from LOUJS. Br William Walker, the commis- sion "doctor, looked the pair of them o-.e- and expressed the opinion tnat both were fine uhysicai specimens. Mike Jacobs announc- ed that ha had received samples S'OO rinaside tickets from tne printer and that, they were beau- ties, especially the figures. RACERS EtDOXATED The man wno coacnecs uae CHICAGO, May a to Grev Cua in 1941 said he j shuffling of the standings as their 7T ___... Ian? afiri nlled UD BRITISH GOLFER REFUSES CANUCK OFFER i Cables- Old Mr. Toad was safetly dug in Henrv Coiton, outstanding Bntssn rtpneufe a wide board. Ke was safe said today he is unable to a board. Ke was safe but no; hanpr. He was no; happy because of a" great longing, a long- ing that was becoming a mighty urge hard to resist, the Ipnging to be horce where he was bom, the Smiling PooL He was hop. hop, accept an invitation from the Bea- Brooklyn's Reiser May Go To Mexico OT. LOUIS. May Reiser. Brooklyn's slugging ouiSeld- baseman, is seriously con- sidering a S100.000 offer to play in the Mexican Baseball League. disclosed Friday night. Reiser conferred with Mario Lous- sac a reported ageni of the Pasquei for more than two hours Friday over an offer of SiOO.OW for years. He would receive naif the" money in cash upon signing. The entire amount, would be tax- free. -___________ COOPER GOES TO RANGERS CHICAGO. May of Joe Cooper of Chicago Black Hawks to Xew York Hsnge15 was announced Friday by 3ill president; of the Chicago National Hockev League club. Tobin said the 33-year-old Cooper would be replaced by Leo Reise. vounester from the Eawks' Kansas Citv farm club in the United States Hockey League. WILL XOT AFFILIATE May Football Association last night decided unanimously not w affiliate with the Dominion Foot- ball Association this year. Delegates from sis clubs. United Weston United Scottish. St. James L. Caledonians DFJL had too much of my time to tthe team.' The man who coached the Riders j the Grey Cua in 1941 said he "hated" to'srive up his football career, but he has told the club he would be unable to return. o.c. SOCCER rxiox ACCEPTS LEAGUE OFFER MANCHESTER, England. May 4. British Soccer Football Players' Union, which threatened a s'nke las'- winter for higher wages. accepted a Football League offer "of a weekly maximum of Sunset Peavine. a. golden, stallion owned by E. A. Leau of Tracy. MinrL, Thursdav brought; the top once of S4.750 at the auction sale of aalomino horses at the Star Lane farm of Elmer C. Rhodsn. The horse went to Ralph A. a Canadian buyer. TORKSHIRE BEATS LANCASHIRE TEAM LONDON. May (Reuters.) fcefeld Trinity, z Yorkshire team. won the Rugby League Cup final today, defeating Wigan, a Lanca- shire" team. 13-12. Torkshiremen clinched the victory with a last-minute penalty; score. i QJfallllt. Youll sec it in her it in the touch of her hands. It -fciU mean so much to you'll !ae glorying in your successa'l career___your dreams coming true. You can look forward to all this you act NOW. Full informa- tion costs you you under no obligation. Simply check the I C S Course in your field of interest. Then mark snd mail the OUT INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS CANADIAN, LIMITED 1815 TVitfioat obligation, send ax full information about the coarse (s) I have checked ENGINEERING AND TRADE-PRACTICE TECHNOLOGY Scbool: CM! School: Concrete Eogineerias Pebbe 7Tor3a Zcszxcast Dltfting School! Heatisz Palp Paper Scbtxi: Air ff. inc School: j Paper fanftry ROCCT T Gsseral Techrjcaa j Eisctric School ETectncai .rDjTiftmg and M- Saop Mechanics Swaa-Eiectne 1 Iron asti 3 Petrwessa Prodaea Schoofc: Drai tiag Mtcbne Dasgm Ksdlo School: j j Radio Shop Sbi? DiaftiOT Loft Praccczl Tefcprfflcy 3 Tekziaph Ssjaeermf Steel S'-xft Mcta'. Ssiisg 3 Efcesel Power T Diesei-E'ectaz Poirar Mlnlne School: SCoal itiner aaa School: Air Braie TssysKxa Scctioa asd BsJcma School; Q Otear. ART AND DOMESTIC SCIENCE Bmi-nciM Schooll: j Secretarial Pncsce j j Matbcnatict J SobjxSM School of Art DMlftn: Ci.-toOT.ru Cover ladasca: Show Textile School. j Gotten Jiool of Domotlc Sdract 3 Foods and Cookery TtA ROOTS asd Ernployed by. I I CAVE DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS Lelhbridge, Alia. Treads have bowl over the world for ysara. en all sizes and types of pneumatic tires. In thta totality thit Method Tin TnMInt HAWKINSON TREAD TOM'S TIRE SHOP FOR SOUTHERN L. A. DOUGLASS' AUCTION SALE Havin? received instructions from MR. L. A. DOUGLASS, of Nan- ton, who has sold his ranch. I will sell by Public Auction, the following described property, at the ranch buildings, located on the S.W. quarter of Section 11-15-29-4, betas 13 of Nanton WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 SALE STARTS AT O'CLOCK IMPLEMENTS, and O. Engine Plow. 14-Inch. 3- bottom; John Deere Gang Flow, 14-inch; Walking Flow, 14-inch; International Tiller, 6-ft., complete with Seeding Box; Massey- Earris Single Disc Drill, 14-run; International Double Disc, 10-ft.; Massey-Harris Binder, oil bath, 3-ft.; John. Deere Binder, Massey-Eams Mower. oH bath; Deeiing Mower; International Havrake 10-It., new; Massey-Harris Kayrake, M-ft.; Cheney Rod 12-ft.; Wheel Scraper; Hay Stacker, overshot; Stacker Rope 60-ft and Pulleys; Garden Cultivator; Harrow Cart-' Hand Seeder; 2 Wagons with Tanks, 125-bus.; Wagon with Grain Box 80-bus.; 2 Wagons and Racks; Low Wagon with flat Rack- 2 Gears; Bunk Car Gears; Wagon Bos; Democrat; Bob gauge, with rack: Bob Sleighs, light: 3 Srone- boats- Saddle; Riding Bridies: Breeching Harness. 2 sets; Horse Collars; Plow Harness, several sets; Horse Blankets, -one pair; Oats feed- Oais. suitable for seed; High Bin Frame; Chicken Coops and'Pen: 2 Bunks. large; Tent. 7'x9'; Loaoing Chute" Sleigh Bells; Scales. l.COO-lbs.; Wheelbarrow; Hog Scales; Sho- 'Hog Crate: Blacksmith Vise: Hog Troughs: Hammers; Wrenches, etc.; Forks; Lumber; Chains; Jumper: Crow- bars- Grindstone, Sickle Grinder; Roofing Oil, one drum; 2-inch Pipe', approximately 100 feet; other articles too numerous to mention. 86 3 Registered Hereford Bulls: Blocky Mischief Domino, 171094. bora June 2. 1944. Sire. Pine Coulee Mis- cSef Curlv Livingstone. Mischief Model Domino, 171092. born Julv' 1 1944. Sire, Pine Coulee Mischief 12th; dam. Polled 2nd Beau Domino 19th, 114965. bom May 31, 1938. Sire, Domino 54th; sire of sire, Prince Domino 9th; danx Lady ynd. 9 Yearling Steers; 11 Yearling Heifers; 16 Steers. 2 old; 3 Steers, 3 years old; Milk Cow, 8 years ola, in caL; 18 HeUers, 2 years old; 25 Cows, in calf. 12 Gelding. 8 years old, wt.. Ibs.; Bay Mare. 8 vears Old, wt. Ibs.; Bay Mare, 9 years ola. MOO Ibs Bav Mare. 7 years old, wt. Ibs. nee or drive; 2 Grey Mares 5 vears old." 1.400 Ibs. each: Grey Mare, smoothmouUi wt- 1400 'bs Mare, saooth n-.outh, wt. 1.400 Jbs.; Sorrel Mare, smooth mouth, wt. 1.400 IDs.: Black Gelding. 3 years green broke wt. 1500 Ibs.: Roan Mare. 3 years do. green broKe, wt. Ibs.; Black Saddle Msre, 6 years old. about 15 hands. 15 Feeder Pigs, 100 to ISO Ibs.; 75 Chickens; 2 Guinea Hens HOUSEHOLD Power Washing Machine, Briggs and Ssratton Motor; Round Oak Cook Stove; Sound Oak Helter- Wood Heater; Marconi Cabinet Radio, o-tube; Dining loom 2 Rocking Chairs; 4 Kitchen Chairs; 2 Sideboards- Crocks. Seaiers, etc.: Gasoline Lanterns and Lamps, Armv Bed. double deck; Folding Cot; Portab.e Tjpe- write- BabV Carriage, collapsible: High Chair; 2 Cream Cans, 5 Dasher Chum; Massey-Harris Cream Separator. No. 7; Coal "about one ton; some Potatoes; mar.y other articles. here is yonr opportunity .purchase hiKh class cattle. They have been well wintered and are ready to 50 ahead and do a lot of good for someone Sev- eral pieces of machinery have been purchased new within the last two or three years. TERMS CASH Lunch will be served by the Junior Guild of Xanton United church. Please bring your own cop and sugar. ROY FANNING, Clerk WARREN .C. COOPER, Auctioneer. PHONE 42 License No. 80-46-47 NANTON NFWSPAPFR! -IWSPAPKR!