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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1943 Harvest Labor Subject at Meet WiUa forward look on harvest labor requirements in Southern Al- berta, district agriculturists or tins area met in local farm bureau offices for a regional conference lasted all cay Thursday. The moTnne agenda Deluded dsscus- TOh farm labor officials from local national selects e service of'ice. plans were to co- ordinate the activities of all organ- izations working on larni iabcr pro- bleacs. Tfce afternoon session was de- void to matters of policy .nsmeci- ate'v district agrical- In the south of province. More Alberta Men Repatriated Precocious Babies children who grow up are they Who heed their elders and obey. Old Mother Nanire. HL HAKVEY BELL DUES AT PIXCHEK CKEEK Haney Bell, baroer and golfer, died Sat- urday morning after being in failing health lor some tenths. Mr- Be" held the WateKon Park golf course title for several seasons. Ke is sirvned by his wife: a daughter. Mrs. Vivian rsan. formerly of Leth- b-dge; another daughter. Eileen, mamed and in ing in. England; a son. Leonard, in Psncher Creek. A son. Jack, was killed overseas is the war. Funeral ar- rangements are no: complet- ed. As Recent Dust Storm Hit Macleod was a precocious baby. Ke wculdn': haie known you means had told that that funny bird bobbing and bowicg on a flat stone si the edge of the Smiling Pool was pre-co-cioas. No, sir, he wouldn't have JOJOWE trhat you laeast. And if you had explained that vou meant that that bird was extra smart for his age he tjrobably would have twitched his" "little nose and asked you why vou hadn't said so us the firs: plscel Peter believes thai short and sunole words sre always best, j Usually "they are. That is true. But sometimes the rseaning of] several short words can be rolled into one big word, and tnen it may be best to use that word. And it is fun to learn a new big wore j and roll it around your tongue and Snow lust how and when to use iz. Doa'E vou think so? Pre-co-cious is tha; kind of a word and pre-co-cious is exactly t what that baby Sandpiper was. jo.e; was no: two cays old yet here he: was ou; m the Great World bob- bing and bowing lust like his father. Teeter the Spotted Sand- TjiDfir. when nios; babies of age be wholly helpless. Peter was sure that he hsd closed eyes for no more than a minute. "When he had closed these that flat store had neen bare. There had been a baby Sandpirsr juss like this one on i; a sho" time before, bat Sharpshm the1 had passed thai way and the linv SandpiDsr disappeared. Peter had felt badly aboui called Teeter. CK iz Mrs. Teeter3 Petsr never can. ten them apart. At once the baby left the flat stone and rsn to join HJF father, for is was Teeter. Mrs. Teeter be- ing off somewhere all ihe care of the babies to father. Then Peter saw another baby running toward Teeter from, another direc- tion. Teeter called again and it seemed as IT a Iirile stone among other stones s. little way m irons of Peter hopped up and began to run- Of course nothing- like thai really happened oecause stones don t come to life- Whas had hap- Dened was thai s. uny Sardpiper had been lying flas asasxas tnose stones end keeping so still that Canabiaii Aracy Herald dockec in Hahfax week. On board a ere 1000 decendents of Canadian serv-.cemen and more than Canacian -.eterans. Shown are a happy lot o- teis'boundlcr their hoines a Aloerta. Front row. .eft to nght: p-e P J Mood> Lethbndge: Fte. H. M. Innisfree; Pte. G. Pte. K Waters. 1_ aoucreau. Hear row. left to right: On. D G DiEbury. Gn.. J v a-ksk. Pte. 2- W. Foiter. Ke. W. R. IVawrvk Calgary; Gnr. C. MoctgoaierY, the four busy midgets disappeared. Thev did >t instantly. Not one waited so much as a second to see whs: the danger nnghi be. -Bom in them said Peter. And i: was right. Tr.ey were babies. oy T. W. Burgess) Highlights In The News Professor P. A. Knox of Queen's i University at Kingston, Out., electee president of the Canadian Political Science Association, suc- ceeding Professor R. M. Dawson, of the University of Torocto. Vice- presidents elected included Profes- sor J. Waines of the University of Manitoba. perST- >i2ji niistaken him for a little stone wnen he heard father call he. rise "hopped up and now was ing to join him. _ j Was surrr-sed? Wnat do' voa think? "remeraoered the; passing of the Hawk, these little -But one wss caught by Sharp-. snin the Ha-ik just a Uttle while cried Peter. j "Teeter shook his head. shin t catch one." -He hate." insisted Peter, j "One was on a fiat stone front of me. I turned niy jus; for an mstant and when I looked back tne baby was gone and Sharpshin had just passed over where the baby had oeen." "I saw Ssarpshm in time and gave the slarni. That youngster thought -a as caught heard my signal and was among the stones before the Hawk got there. so he wasn't esplained Teeter. he isn't two days old1 How did he know what to do and how :o do crted Peter. is bom m them. I guess. replied Teeter. Ke gave the alarm signal. As if by magic The nest story: -Peter's Need- j less Worn'." "______j RETIREMENT ANNOUNCED OTTAWA. May headquarters has" announced the re- tirement of P. J. A. Fleming.; SIX. 47. of Calvary, who cosunand- j ed the basic irainins centre Cam- rcse. Alta.. and siiosequently sened cversess. Britain's best customer its the i5i Quarter of 1946 was South Africa. India was second. Australia hird, France fourth. Eire fifth, the United States sixth and Canada Canadian Ambassador Hugh L. and Gen. Henbenoi ara. Mexican navy secretary. 'riday to Tansjsico for the first post- war transfer of a Canadjan-busJt ship to Mexican registry. The ves- sel a harbor tug and will be fol- bj larger vessels- Pour persons have been arrested in Montreal and several more ar- ests were exoected in connection vmh an alleged counterfeit ring xihich conspired in the printing and issuing of more than RETIRING "Teeter shook his head. -Sbarpshin didn't catch one" and the disappearance o. tne Sandpiaer he had rust thought he, one was caught." He looked over at Teeter and his babies. He blinked. He counted: "One, two, three, tour." He btekec agata and once more couated- tTn- less there was something very wrctis wtth Ics eyes there were four nny Sandpipers raimmg aoout and nicking up food. crep- ous from beneath The fern, beneatn whrch he had been squat- a -in slowiy hopped toward the CJOC Daily Programs i 1000 KCS. SATURDAY, MAY 25 busv famii-. Teeter wasn't afraid. He "and Peter are old friends. Ana because father wasn't afratd ttie babies had co fear. I saw the in your rest I saw onlv four. Mrs. i Teeter lar asked Peter. 1 replied Teeter. "Don't you F1DOR STY1INB O'clock Favorites. Partv. and Local Xews. Cugai's Orchestra. of Melody. News Summary. Broadcast. in Khythra. Program. Ri-.er Bam Cance. the Wealth. Plaza. Hall Varieties. Beport and World News. Week. Orchestra. Orchestra. Serenade. Orchestra. OrF. Engraving. The top snap was taken last Friday afternoon by the Herald's Macleod correspondent at the tune the southbound "black buzzard" sweus, into the town. The picture was taken from First Avenue near tower, looking west the old Barracks, and shows clouds of rolling dirt many housewives lots of grief and which with the high wind accompanying made necessary the re- seedmg of crops in some areas. The lower picture shows the almost completed machine shop on 24th Street in. Macleod erected by a naval veteran, Gower Kennedy, and which was flattened, by the force of Fridav's faUck blizzard. It'is beUeied that the rear door was first blown in, allowing the wind to lift the roof, which in falling tore down the cinder brick walls as shown. While the owner was absent m Calgary, some twenty volunteers piled in and haie gathered up the loose" cinder blocks preparatory to laying them again with a stronger cement mixture than was used in the irrsc instance. IE is also intended to hold a benefit dance which the MY.O. will sponsor to aid the veteran rebuild. Gower Kennedy had not fitted up his new machine shop which he intends to open fcr business the building ss completed. PRAISES CANADA'S WHEAT EXPORT EFFORT illegal butter and sugar ration coupons. Calcutta, police said stolen mili- tary articles valued at were recovered, in a raid on an incon- spicuous house in an ill-lighted, twisting lane. Articles seized in- cluded aluminum ingots, cigarette lighters and beer. A Neo-Fascist leader arrested re- cently in told police that underground Fascists have- formed a miliiarv organization of 000 men. The arrested leader, iden- tified as a Capt. Faeciai, was quot- ed as saying "a high peKsonmlity" was secretly to hare renewed the force sotrevhere in northern Italy. Generalissimo and Mme. Chiang Kai-Shek have gone co Mukden amid bints thst peace for -warring China might depend on the outcome of their trip. Thousands Mark Victoria Day Forest fires tbat threatened to ensralf Guysborougb, community of j 1500 on the northeast coast of Nova I Scotia's mainland. hare been brought under control. More thsn 250 head of cattle -were led to safety when fires of unknown origin broke out. in two bams on the property of the Manitoba mental hospital near Brandon. r. Victoria Day. was observed i in" the "city as a statutory holiday, i when all stores, offices, schools, etc.. were closed for the day. Weather was and thousands enjoyed out- coor pastimes- Many backyarders were busy in then- gardens. Hen- derson like had its official open- ing and attracted large numbers of bohday-seekers. while "Water-ton Ka- tional'Park. enjoyed one of __ the largest opening days on record. A minor accident occurred Friday as Waterton Park when Cliff Mc- Murray ofthe customs staff failed to make a turn with his car at Cameron Falls, the car going over the bank and sustaining consider- able- damage. The driver suffered cuts and braises. S, May Morrison, lore, president of the council, told the commons Thursday thai a British decision to reduce the waeat: import figures by 200.000 tons made is possible for United States to associate itself un- reservedlv in the task" of suiralyiag j :ood to India and the British zore in Germany. The step hac been "hazardous." but, m the course of his confeence with food officials m Washington, he had found mat there had been criticism in the United States of British food stocks. "I cannot soeak too highly of the encouragement we are receiving from. Mr. Morrison told the cheering house. "Their (Ca- nadians') efforts to deliver wheat are wonderful." ROBBERS SOUGHT EDMONTON. May Ed- monton police are searching for two men who held up a novelty shop here Thursday, slugged proprietor James Taradish over the head wi a revolver butt, bound and gagged him and escaoed with S60 cash and jewelry valued at SS7 Taradish, who loosed his bonds and called po- lice, was still in hospital today with 'head wounds. "Operation 6.650- mile vojage of an R.C_4_F. motor craft from Vancouver via the Pan- ama expected to be com- pleted Tuesday when the Malahat enters Halifax harbor to the fan- fare of official welcoming cere- monies. State Secretary" Paul Manin of Canada said at Pittsburgh too much emphasis was being placed on tho disagreements of the United Na- tions and too little emphasis on ac- complishments. A group of 15 Canadian newspap- ermen have sailed from Halifax to attend ihe sixth Imperial press con- ference in Ijondcn. Reduction in the monthly interest rate on smaH loans fro-n two to one and one-half per cent was proposed io the house of commons "by Fin- ance Minister Ilsley. A coal shortaee threatens Aus- tralia's two largest cities. Melbourne and Sydney, a lack of electrical power. Prime Sinister Mackenzie in. London for the commonwealth, discussions which ended nlaiss to soend a quiet week-end, possibly somewhere in the country. JAMES MURRAY Retirement of James Murray, principal of the Olds Agricultural school was announced this week at Edmonton by Eon. D. B. Macililian, minister of agriculture. Mr. Murrav has been principal of the school for the past 16 and an ejnnlovee of the deoartment of since 1S22, when he entered the semes at Medicine Hat as a district; agriculturist. Mr. Murra- will retire on pension effec- tive June 10. successor was named. Before entering the provincial government service Mr. Murraj was j manager for C. S. Noble of Jfoble- j ford in connection with the lauers farm operations during the last half of World War One. and' ACE-TEX MASTIC TILES Distinctive in design, attractiTe in color, Ace-Tex Elastic Tiles immediately create a favorable impression in store, office or institution. They provide a rich, luxurious floor that actually im- proves -with -wear. For a smart floor-covering is permanently resilient, impervious to moisture, easy to dean and inexpensive, choose Ace-Tex Mastic Tiles. _____________THE ACE-TEX LINE______________ SUNDAY, MAT 26 Seport Albert Sandier. for Sunday. Fashioned Revival Hour, j Evangel Hour. Hear the Southland Snging Salon. Andrew's Church Service. Symahony Orches- tra. Xews. From. Parliament HH1. Church of Holly- wood. Singers. to Remember. Hour. and Harriet- Gay Classics. News. Goodman and Orchestra, Paraae. on Song. McCarthy Show. News. We Waltz. of Famous Players. of Familiar Music, Kews-Summary. Old Songs. for Strings. Newsreel. "Cp the Curtain. Highway. Lady. at the Console. Hepora World News. Music. Hour. Hirsch. Hall of the Air. OFF. Acousli Board Lath Board Fibre Board Brick Siding Aopbalt Shingles F i b r e c n Vaterproof in g Roll Roofing Piasii-Seal Building Papers Creomote and. READY Ship aioyl Here's your Great steamer, welcoming you to Ll Build Better irith the CANADA ROOF PRODUCTS Southern Alberta Distributors Western Canada Hardware Ltd. 907-915 Second Ave. S. Phone 3177 MONDAY, MAY 27 Upper Club. News. Upper Club. Moments. -Weatherman's Report and Morning Melodies. Wife. LuHtoa Stones from Ufe. in the Alrlanes m the Wild-Rood. Club Crystal Calendar. Happv Gang. Wallace. of Life. Morning Neighbor. Dots. Sister. Lounge, i ALC Show. Cool, ccmicriible (iaieroocz sonny, breeze-swept decis dancing delicious -meals all the fmiTIs of vi ocesc voyage! See us for your "LUSTERLITE" requirements ATLAS LUMBER CO. LTD. 1602-3rd A venae isouih. Hews. Time Novelties. Woman of America. Perkins. Young. Romances. the Classics. News Commentary. School of the Air. Out. for Miladi. Program. Allison Bound-Up. Ttfce a Grea! Likes for a. deligiitfnl iaterlode ia yonr trip East! SAILINGS TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS FROM FORT WILLIAM (bejinzong Jane S) THERE IS no time to lose in ordering your coal. Western Canadian miners look to you for steady employment this spring and summer so that you will have coal for next winter. Your immediate order helps to keep coal moving from the mines to household bins. There must be no Vslack season" in the mines this year. Next winter's coal must be mined during the next four months. Order your coal at once and accept delivery whenever your dealer can make it. information from your local Canadian Pacific agent. DEPARTMENT OF RECONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLY HON C D HOWE, Minister ;