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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE Henri Bar Case THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, MAY 13, 1946: with hardly any winds. There has ir Anru. Scattered no moisture since beea practically roadsides are recent beginning look LLTtT t t x_ t the pre- i showers over the weekend of May I but Hate snowfall just as seeding j wdl soonbe eai The grasshopper .6 inches of j Efcis year, Wheat acreage ess been are rejoicing over a tery i increased ten. per cent Ear'y Hza fell Monday re is shoeing up. Although day. About meat oa oefcalf o: city and Hoyal some are attempting to irrigate to lose I quire more editors oa carefully edited newspapers for the purpose of preserving the purity or the status the language. We are aot demanding an over- bad of the ably edited Webster's them up. The black blizzard from j Dictionary or of the multif acted the north on Wednesday caused English language itself. But, some soil drifting. About 75 per as cent of the wheat has beeu seeded _ and i and the eariy sown wheat is look- well as, ing good. About the same acreage worst of wheat and coarse grains as last vear. No Sax. Small increase in feow do you spell it? TEXODDITIES Magazine) The State of Texas has 254 coun- ties, fifty-nine of which, are larger had begun throwing hand grenwies into tiie garden, "playing havoc with my rose bushes and pear treesj In the end they turned the mortars oa the place and completely des-C royed it "with a lot of Germans; hope." And now that the war is Mr. Philip is confronted with an in- problem one which, jelieves, will be of interest to the legal fraternity. He keeps wonder- ing who is going to pay him. anjt pea acreage, also Some sew than Rhode Island. Congressman compensation. It's an dens by just recently Local j Weccesdav and the harder one labor seems to be sufficient in this i Thursday night did considerable District, i damage to gardens and the lilacs SPRING COULEE of buds just- bursting into blcom, SPRING COULEE are a sad sight now. Ninety-five per cent of the coarse I______ gram crops are seeded and s. Postage is above ground.. The grass is well need- I farmers i the! 213d Gardens slow in growing. Fans and prepar- ee. ing s. vise to Vancouver t' his father's estate. SEEDING IS __________________ raged fa-.orably Jcr hours, with Thursday also '.cry and cold. Probably not more IOS. than 50 per rent of wheat :s seed- j with "some up on cry land. A' 31AXTBERRIES frost Wednesday and Jones fcac gone to tne cinema, expectec nignts following tie "dust bul we chatter 01 wo- before urednesdav evening blackened seated immediately Jn front A temiic and shrubs and wheat crops showing at i33: became more than above the ground were frozen, down, i he could stand. Ke tappec one of O-.- 3 TO to official of a company in Chi- ___... aired one of his agents in El _ Paso to go to Texarkana for a busi- fruit .trees, wpich were admass j Kess transaction. The agent wired s ba-rk. -Send someone from Chicago. It's closer." A man had sets of twins, l Tfce difficulty was to know what call them." The first couple were girls, and he agreed w call one Kaie and the other Duplicate. The second set were boys, and ______ difficulty was solved by nam- ______j one Peter and the oiher Re- use sei light ito the grass where I neater. They had another pair, boys was standing. I thought say ears" again. It was sealed that one should would burst, the noise. be called Max and the other Climax. villa in France owned by a Scotsman, occupied by lite Kails and destroyed by the Canadians. "All I have'got out of it until he says. ihe most beautiful exhibition of international buck that I have LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Froa; PageJ gardeners vere disappoint- i wosaen on the shoulder and said: i early radishes lettuce and i "Pardon me, madam, but, I can t too. i ed. amount of coarse also in. A large acreage j is seeded, and it is of peas hear." The woman sported. "You're no: supposed is a private con- PERCY PHILIP'S GARDEN W.UJ> ras a; PoarviUe near Dieppe in France, and in front of that villa WINNIFRED Most of sne snapped. je farmers of the Winnifred dis- i met completed their seeouig' SPELLER S LAMENT Health Food Rules call for a dailv serving of u'Bole grain cereaL Enjoy the WHOLE GRAIN Zl Krlnr'': uauiageti an -ran winter ne are ssnously in need Fall and wm.er crops neee rain The sooner the district eets Here's a. tempting breaktast treat Aaf s spun from ribbons and ribbons of crispy whole wheat__delicately shredded and toasted to an appetizing golden brown rich and crtmchy. Nourishing u hole grain Muffets -coa- tairrwheat's body-building, teLos, minerals and carbohydrates. Thrifty, too servings cost less than a cent apiece. Get a package today! By ike of QUAKER OATS one reason why 132 OOO lorrowers Preferred the B'M 1S4S JLhere are a lot of reasons why Canadians chose to borrow for personal pur- poses at the Back of Montreal last year, j ust as there sire x lot of reasons -weil oTer a million people choose this bank as their depository. Perhaps tbe most important reason is here at the Bank of Montreal, they can obtain personal loans zt the lowest cost. Nowhere can yon borrow more cheaply or on more favourable terms ihaa a: the B of M. And nowhere will yon find formality snd red tape so exit away. Because of the low cosr, convenient terms, and the friendly, helpful approach of our people, you. too, will enjoy dealing the B of M when yon have seed to borrow money. A point to remember is: when you ask for a loan at the B of M, you do not ask a OE MONTREAL I BRANCHES IX SOUTHF.RX ALBERTA icvrkisg tsith Canaduaa hi tray of lift fisti 1817 Lethbridpe Branch: Magrath Branch: Raymond Branch: J. C Manager J. H. BCCHANAN, Manager A. C KING. Manacer SS Stock in fair shape but pastures I comnleted. Gardens are being and" potatoes are reported up. j i Lambing is uncerwav on the ranges j j with the farm bands completed, j i Some la-d is badly drifted and crons have been reseeded. Gophers jare poor. XANTON _._... ing is now nearly completed. All bob down in words just like gremlins there was a garden This true story concerns that wait It was told by Percy Philip. Ottawa I correspondent of New York Tunes j and one of the pre-eminent news- i papermen of modern days, when j addressing the recent, Ontario Mun- Sectric Association-Associa- >f Municipal Electric Utilities :hat Philip built this years ago with his own C he was very proud of shelter his gar- the sea winds. Eventual- _______ __ T, he discovered that he but flat'tire; one-way but halfway; had provided a ready-made fortifi- unequaled but unequally: holdup canon for the Germans who used and setup, but make-up and tie-up. I is when ihe Canadians stormed There's little reason although j ashore at Pourviile during the xiiCiCo iit-J.tr plent-s- of rhvme in the spelling IJieope raid on the morning of Aug- of the language. The worst USE 17, 1SH2. "The said Mr. mischief-makers are those little fel- seed- j JOTSS. the hyphens. They bob up and %n earlv fields are taking on a grinning and hiding behind a board rich green color. The young plants J ?eace, uKwteregart of logic. Iditds of cmdks'have been receded look strong and healthy and are good sense, convenienceL the acres will have to be reseeded ow- ing to the high winds of last wees and heavy frost of Thursday IB" degrees of frost were sown to wheat. The barley acre- ase will be down five uer cent. Oats j will be about the same. There is j verr little flax grown here. i i. in hour's ram feil last j Moisture conditions uere good on T which is rot anywhere the 1st of April, but high wines aim near enough to the moisture needed i frost at nights dried_the sur- aU in availaoie i..... fa_ m Fruit trees j lust fair. Crcps of cultivated na.. f also last Thursday night, and sweet clover are makiEg below as thev were loaded with blooms i average growth and the stana wiU j and even the hardv Virginia creep- j be' short and thin unless we have er was bv frost at that heaw rains very soon. Garcens are time Wheat'seeding is continuing late. The very hard frost o; May until the 15th of the month, after i 10 destroyed quite a lot Oi early which mostlv coarse srain will be garden vegetation and damaged a seeded. lot of perennials and shrubs. ful poultry supply lCi5 i------- es indicating a pleati- even in the rows w.-uca would sn- rmrSli. dicate that genmnancn COALDALE good and that there was suificieni ng moisture to give the grain a 40-fiour week. Yet they are just as much a part of the spelling as ie and eL There is manhole, bus man- hour; prewar, but pre-eminent; wav PhiliD. "began pumping lead si thern from behind my garden wall. It was the last thing in the world I had ever intended or expected to hanpen. I certainly never invited these Germans to occupy my villa Naturally, the Canadians thought the right thing to do was to throw them out and capture my villa for me." Mr. Philip then related! how a counls of the Canadians had climbec UD the steep bank on the right anc interesting Rain Is Needed To Offset Fire Hazard EDMONTON. May tinued w._n ao measures 4 inches. Soil cniung has Apnl showers and the caused slight damaee. aithoueh seme ennre dry ar.d vinsJy, tne fields have called for reseedjr.g. To- crop outlook at the present Ume cefre- with frost, soil dnftine and is most discouraging, drought the damage mav be Nr.ety per cent of the spring this snrine if a real soaker dossri't wheat has been seeded and In some come 'soo-i. Labor is sufficient and ficJcs the earliest sown wheat that ti-e POW is promised again was up on.e and two inches wcs w-.th the or. the cut oJf with tr.e high w-.nds. Some Shsmteshi farm being fixed up for w.h require re-seeding. Wmcer -hie Seeding has wheai and fall rve have withstood been ioif per cent completed some the drought so far, but need daVE now. and 5 per cent increase moisture xery soon. Farroers are is Voted ea'-h wheat, oats and DSCK the seeo.n? of coarse barlev but no flax or rye in the Drains until there is some moisture The weather has turned ter; GJ-W'CI" _____ j-suth 12 degrees of frost May 12, BOW ISLAND i r.ipnmg- the tender plants and, BOW There 'vines fe no increase in wheat acreage in A good warm soaking rain is this district for this vear. and no I needed ngnt away. wheat has been stubbled m here on account of the saw-fiv 45-INCH PILLOW CASES Better Quality Generous Size Superior grade pillow cases of imported smooth of texture and fully bleached. 45-inch size to fit your larger pillows. 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