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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE SUGAR FACTORY DEVELOPMENT DISCUSSED AT TABER MEETING the an- nouncement recently by P. T- Bogers of Canadian Sugsr Factories, Ltd.. that a third Southern Alberta beet sugar factory would be built in the Taber-BarnweU-Coaldale district in time io handle the 1948 beet crop, a movement seeking to emphasize advantages of Tafaer irrigation dis- trict as a location of the factory re- sulted in a large delegation meet- Ing town council at its Monday evening meeting. The delegation comprised Taber and BarnweU farmers. Taber business men in- cluding President Black of the board of trade Kov Lee, MitA., member of the Central Beetgrowers' execu- tive; W. Smith, field supervisor of the sugar company for the district. agfed ral meeting at once, thrown opea or discussion, with 52 persons pres- ;nt. Mayor BSXTATI as chairman, and; Town Secretary Ellison as secre- ary. Revie'srlng the situation in a short talk, the chairman advised naming rom the floor 3 committee of three :o five icea to impress on the sugar company headi the advantages. include development of the Taber eastern reservoir. J. W. Anderson, Barn-well, spoke, and Roy Lee said proper develop- ment of land east ol here required extension of the C-PJR- canal along Chin coulee for 25 miles. The chair- man interjected that water supply was novr under control of the pro- vincial government chiefly, when Mayor Expresses Appreciation I would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank the citizens of LecbJbridge aad district for their generous support of the recent Cancer Membership Drive, and to ihaak the various ladles' organizations in the Kho so ably undertook the work of canvass- ing the city, also the Lethbridge Herald and the Radio Station for publicity. To one and all -srho assisted in this very fine community eiiort, mv sincere thanks for a lob well done. A. W. SHACKLEFORD, Mayor. the irrigation board on Tuesday with these evening and met by themselves on Wednesday. Death Removes Blairmore Editor (HNS) well I known figure in weekly neisspspei circles in Alberta for many years, W- J. Bartlett, editor and pubUsher of tie Blairmore Enterprise, 66. idled cere in hospital Wednesday I night. He had been in f health for some time, j Bora in Newfoundland, the late Mr. BartleU came to Nes: Pass in 190? settling Repats Homeward Bound an announcement by the department of formation of 76 geol- ogical and topographical parties for field trork an increase of 23 last year. over and Lake Athabaska districts, to ar- I cheological investigation of the 76 Survey Parties Will Take Field i OTTAWA. May tensified probing of the wiiaklas on r Canada's geological face Is scned- proposed purchase of 4.000 feet oi j tOT sumer. it was disclosed t water by Taber UD. was recalled. F. S. Porter said the water-users at i the last annual meeting instructed their board to discuss this with the C.P.R. and also the factory ques- tion with the company, but the 1st- ser was laid aside owing to lack of water. Smith, field supervisor. said acres of beets planted this spring were not enough for. the proposed factory. There was good irrigable land south of the Tatfr unit, and northeast. But the crop and amount of water needed for beets would at present allow only 102 acres of beets to the east. Veteran lands were being irrigated on south of the unit, bat with waste water and supply being uncertain, beet growing there was a gamble. Ted Sundal added further infor- mation and D. Miller, former mayor. emphasised imoortans angles of the problems all told, finally raovms that a committee be named as the chair advised. D. Miller. H. J. Hart. F. S. Porter, J. Black. W, Williams were chosen, the last named to rep- resent the veterans as urged by R. K. Andersen. The committee mecjjjova gcoiia. two In Ouebec.' three i in Ontario, one in Saskatchewan. i four in Albsrta and three In the Northwest Territories. The National Museum also will have four parties in Que- bee. one in Yukon and one in Al- i berta and British Columbia. i W ork in British Columbia will in- elude further studies in the Pir.chi that the ance of Empire Youth Sunday may; serve io promote the trsie welfare ,gna of our own Commonwealth 1 Empire and, through it. of I to and the Premier De Valera Challenges Dail May >la Coleman Miner. la j _________with Mr. Brandon, he! bought the weekly paper a: FrarJt from its owner Mark Drumra and! in 1910 the oartnersfciD with Bran- j don was dissolved and J. D. S. Bar- rett was taken Urro partnership j with Mr. Bartlet: la 1912 this! also came to an end j. Mr. Bar'letJ began publication. Army Phoio; Herald Pictured here are three Southern Alberta repays homeward bound from overseas. They returned on the troopship He de and a-e shown, left to nght: Cpl. R. Caivin. Burdet-; Spr. W. H. Bird. Fischer Creek, and Gar. W. H. Saga. Lethbr-.dge. It if estimated that Americans strike more than matches minute. f .o I t. 3 .T iU. Projects planned range from fur- Ministir Eanion De Valera ther surveys of radio-active ores challenged members of the opposi- S-S the Great Bear Lake. Camsell Hiver !o at dcwn on uje of the Blairmore Enterprise. i that Fleet Air Arm Cadet training y.e r of 'fee Alberta' trss being given considera-, fence lawjer .or a Weekly News- tion and thai along with this would% specifymgjhe u "be glider classes. capers Association. me funeral Will be held here- at p.m. on Sunday. Mr. Bartlef. is survived by his' wife here; two brothers and PRODUCTION times, manner in which the conspired to wage aggressive war. dcwn on censuring the overnment, for failure to re- was a Use Yukon routes believed followed bv j Jease John jicCaushey. the late Aboragmes from Sioeria migrating i hanger his death, to Amenca. -jjg jj jj vou haie the The geological program, designed Mr jjg to provide prospec'crs and explqra- iiccaiighey. a former Irish hunger ,_ t, iii w OJL BKiid includes 40 parties. demands for trearmeni as a poli- Six will wori in ,he Northwest ..M, prisoaer, He sentenced to Tenritoreis. three in Yukon, six in British Columbia, eight in Alberta, three in Saskatchewan, three in Manitoba, tuo in Ontario Quebec, one in New B: two in Nova Scotia. The survey have 35 parties In the field, twelve Iasl will work in New Brunswick, 1! in nia..a.. life imprisonment in for the kidnapping of an IJJ_V leader sus- Royal Xavy or i Roval Navy shio and be an- .._____ ______.. amons Feveral Sea Cadet weaker in the 51st, day of a similar: camps throughout Canada. 25 G.B. Sea Cadets To Visit Canada .rd. and a MONTRKAL. May Pro- auction and shipments of newsprint. by Canadian mills during Apr.l were a record and substantially m excess of March ar.d :hc j i" 19-35 the monthly survev of tr.e industry by Newsprint, Association of Canada issued yesterdar showed.; SOLYE TIAT PIOILEM senring the Sea Cadet mo-. enter.- in England rtl vW: TRIBL ADJOUKXS a- ifi _ closing session of the annual; meeting of the Leagve of Car.- ada here. The in- trtbunal. Hideki Tojo and other high rank- Thev will the At- 5? ALWAYS I fast in support of the same ds- Mr. De Valera said effcrts were being made to put the government in a false light. "The truth is that there is a The principle of the interchange of Sea Cadets those of ore part of the British Empire would visit Cadet Corps in pnother part vras adooted by the fro years to be put into opera- groun of peoole chat pretend they} tion after victory are the government." he said. "They When conditfons become claim the right to murcer our citi- j normal in mor? were BABY'S GAS PAINS NEED QUICK HELP- Don't taVe chances let babT be aexicd tiftp _---- zens and servants of the state an then expecs they can be relieved from punishment for it "JUNKET" RENXET TABLETS turn milk into delicious, easily- digested Light and cooL quick to prepare, retaining the full food Talue of milk, you'U find that rennet- custards made with "JUNKET" RENNET TABLETS are a delightful answer to the dessert problem. Writefar -JUNKET- SENNET TABLETS Rtcft BM. fotxs" overload of in she Ashcroft and Xanaimo-Coni- ox arsas. In Alberia. geological parties wilt i concer.trate son- ilr. De Valera said: -If anyone I sidered favorable to accumulation of wants to discuss this matter or cen- -ou -the right io murder j the circuit of the empl-e change for Canadian lads AS SCRATCHES DISAPPEAR! this famous polish every house cleaning day to preserve furniture's bright It shining smooth as satin! Like magic, even dingy pieces take on a glorious new brilliance. And as you polish, ugly scratches disappear! Try it! At leading stores. Mode by the Makers of Qld English Wox Detrolemc and natural gas. In Saskatchewan inves- are planned for radio-ac- tive ore bodies In the Lake Atha- baska area near the Mine, while the Flin-Flon area wai be the focal point of geological investigations in ilatsitoba. KING'S 3IESSAGE____ OX YOUTH SUNDAY TOHOVTO, May comradeship and" understanding among youth was urged in a mes- sage from His Majesty the Sing to i P. D. L. Smith, Canadian Empire Youth Sunday committee chair- man. in connection wica observance i of Empire Youth Sunday. May 19. His Majesty concluded his message sure the government, then let him down a motion. Do so if you have the courage." ocmg likewise. J. IV. Sanger. chairman of the Used nations'. Sea Cadets said Xo stn2 no with cor-fidtnce for over 40 b> of mothere. Try Own Tib- Jets, too. for teethine ferers. .pation other naaor So- ..JUNKET RENflET TABLETS SCIENCE prored there ccnzin food needs for health. If there aren't enough of them in a child's food, serious things can as loss of appetite, siumed soft bones, poor teeth, faulty nerres, defective eyesight. Oraltine sopplemeats ifae diet with elements frequently deficient in ordinary foods. Three servings of Onlrine furnish a signiScant portion of a child's daily requirements of Vitamins A, Bj, D, RiboflaTin (G) and Niacin and Minerals Calcium, Phosphorus and Iroa. In addition it provides the basic food proteins to build muscle, nerre and body cells foods for Tritality and endurance. It ibus acts as an insurance against food deficieccies that retard norrmi growth. j So if your child eats poorly, is thin, txnderpar, perhaps nervous, why not try delicious Oralrine foe normal growth and better appetite. OVALTINE WOMEX STEAL BREAD ROMS. May ly 500 women in the town of Ascoll.! ilarche province. Tuesday stormed I the local bakery and earned oft more than 300 pounds of bread be- fore police could intervene. AVfcJCEvVOLF ARSENAL COPENHAGEN. May Danish rsolice announced yesterday discovery of a German werewolf arsenal near the German border. The town of Toender and the near- by frontier have been placed, under strict military patrol. Your Loc al Dealer BARRETTS' HOME APPLIANCES Authorized G.E. Sales and Service Clarke Blk., Lethbridge, Phone 4554 Everybody BECAUSE it prevents accidents, alleviates conges- tion and speeds the flow of transportation, modern traffic every member of the community. It protects pedestrians, reduces noise from snarled traffic and releases police officers for other essential duties. It facilitates the handling of crowds in busy centres of shopping and amusement. Its red, amber and green lights mean greater safety, greater convenience for everyone. GENERAL ELECTRIC TRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT Prominent in the development of electric traffic control equipment are the specialist engineers of Canadian General Electric. Experts in the planning of traffic signal systems, with long practical experience in towns and cities, large small, their services are at the disposal of all authorities interested in the installation and application of better traffic control. Whatever your problem may be, engineers at C.G.E. can advise on the best system for your requires ments and install signal lights which will your city better traffic control. CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED HEAD OFFICE TORONTO .NFW SPA PERI .NEWSPAPERS ;