The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on April 3, 1952 · 2
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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada · 2

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Thursday, April 3, 1952
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PAGE TWO -THE LEADER-POST. Festival entries due by April 12 SWIFT CURE ENT, R;,sk. Staff'. -W, M. Benson, secretary of the Swift Current music festival cotn-1 mittee, Wednesday urged ail pros-! pective entrants to get their en-' tries in prior to April 12. This ytara festival will be held May, vnPKTnv ,c,,m 1. 2, and 3, Adjudicators will be 0JCTON, Sask. (S-aff Mrs. Jean Bradley. Regina, v-xll. comfrehensive rfport of ' fl Bnd Lyell Cusin, in.strurnen'al. YOU CAN WIN Good response to Red Cross drive 11 points exceed campaign quotas ESTEVAN, Sask. (Staff). Ac- quotas, zone chairman George' cording to final reports of the an-jTedford announced Wednesday, j trade was presented to the board i th van r- Tedford stated that thecoir.- - meeting Tuesday by E. S. Ross j "T11 f Benson, with an original REGINA, THURSDAY, ArRIL 3. 195!- " ' i r GRUEN Diamond Watch Value 200.00 meeting Tuesday by ' chairman of the finance committee. The meeting endorsed the recommended new fee schedule and agreed that the schedule should be strictly adhered to, with; , fee Accepted. iUOOSOIMll Attempts will be made to raise: MO'OSOMIN Sask, (Special). S3, OftO a year in membership fees Funeral service for David Yule, and to retain revenue from the; 73, a pioneer resident of the Mar-auto camp for major projects. ! tin district south of here, was The board accepted an invita- held recently in St. Andrews tion to send representatives to a Presbyterian church, with Rev. C. their; qU0ta 0f $25 had raised more than seven times that amount.. Subscriptions here totalled $180. j Other points that were heavily! oversubscribed were: Lake Alma with .a total of $256.82, which! topped their $150 quota by $106; and Western Dominion coal mines with $106 over the set quota. j These two final reports, both; of them showing quotas exceeded,; indicate that the campaign in the Estevan zone should reach well over the $5,000 mark this year, commented Mr. Tedford. Other final reports showed Out-ram with $200 subscribed, Hitch-Torquay v , , w I 'l I L U I i?i0TiR0VV. ISNOwSAiM - V 4 Ck CAKb S, Addition to lab opened Wednesday SWIFT CURRENT. Sask. (Staff berta from 1921 until the time he' The new $35,000 addition to the came here, soils research laboratory at the; Several new pieces of scientific SWIFT CURRENT, Sark. Dominion experimental station was equipment have been added to thelgff) RUmors that he would open to the public Wednesday af- laboratory since the new addition' ... .- ,h ternoon, when work of the labora-has been completed, and wili!aI h s name to 1-1 d at the tory and its staff, under Dr. J L greatly aid the work of the labora- C.C.F. nominating convention to Mayor denies rumors SWIFT CURRENT, dinner meeting of the Hudson Bay; m. Rater of Fleming officiating, board of trade, April 23, when: Burial was in Moosomin south step will be taken to focus a tten-; cemetery.' ' tion on the possibility of develop-! Born in Scotland Mr. Yule . T ing tourist trade in the north came to his homestead in the Mar-, Represents ves will also attend tin district in 1965, and had resided " Bemfait $.8, M & 6 Mines i the annual meeting of the Sas-, there until recent years when he:; ungre $6d Roche Percee i) katchewan Associated Boards of , made his home with members! and Wln,t?n , J Trade in Saskatoon April 30. The 0f his family. He had served for,- Estevan although slow In get- annual Yorkton board banquet has! many year as a member of the ting started is now well under way been arranged for April 18 and Martin district school board and guest speaker will be F. C. Win-; was active in other community Cancdicn YVm. A. Regers 3-Pc. Tea Service and Matching Tray Value 147.50 spear of Edmonton. The second ahnual district conference of the associated boahls affairs. Predeceased by his wife .in 1934 he is survived by three poughtv, was explained to an in- tor.( r. Doughty said, tercstcd audience. t Staff at the laboratory at present is 11. and with the new addition which gives a third more working space, an increase of three or four qualified technicians is expected. t ; Among the Important phases of, work carried out at the soils research laboratory are the con-! YORKTON, Sask. (Staff). Can- SWEARS OFF: ine-year-old Larry Pearson carries a sign reading: "I will not throw snowballs or rocks at cars, as punishment for throwing snowballs at a Minneapolis motorist. The lads father printed the sign and made his son stand on a busy corner until after dark. be held here April 12, were flatly denied by Mayor Ken Rutherford Wednesday. Mayor Rutherford confirmed a statement he had. made earlier this year that he had no intention of running on any ticket in the next provincial election. ' ' - Rumors were also afloat that Cart Kjorven, a pioneer Cabri farmer, and for several years chairman of the Swift Current health, region No.1 1 would also contest the Swift Current C.C.F. nomination. Mr. Kjorven is at present at the west coast, but had servation and use of water, the'adas second international 16 mil-effect of raindrops on soil, and limetie film festival will be held water erosion. jin Yorkton October 15 and IS of- This laboratory was one of the ficials of the Yorkton Film coun-first in the world to use a wind cil reported Tuesday. tunnel to determine rates of wiiid( when the Yorkton council spon-isent definite word to his family erosion. sored the first such festival here1 that he would not consider the Dr. Doughty said that alkali two years ago it gained consider-! nomination, salts in prairie lands came in for able prominence In the film world! Party members in Swift Cur-a lot of study, necessitating the:as the project attracted entriesjrent approached Wednesday, said analysis of many types of soil and. from 10 countries, not including1 party members here did not be- of trade in Yorkton will be held daughters; Mrs. J. Thompson of during the day, and secretary Jack! Rocanville, Mrs. E. G. Hill of Matheson said outstanding speak-iRed Jacket and Mrs. H. F. Arm-ers have been secured. The meet-1 strong of Moosomin and one son ing was under chairmanship o.': David. Two sisters in Scotland Ken Mayhew, board president. 'also survive. BLUEBIRD Diamond Ring Value 100.00 FOIRTH FIFTH AND SIXTH PRIZES Engine-turned Banker Model Ronson Lighter Vln IIMH1 Ban on non-approved extinguishers asked ! The provincial government hasjwere being sold which had little ibeen urged to ban the sale of non- or no value. approved fire extinguishers in They said few cxtingUishers of Saskatchewan. this nature were being sold by A conference of fire chiefs and permanently established fire and Tuesday was only a few dol lars from the $2,000 quota. "This figure will not only grow from town collections, but as yet .he ,ur.l reports ,.r .he Es.evee offlCClS Group elects district have not come in, cam paign headquarters reported. Much of the success of the campaign throughout the zone, according to Mr. Tedford, is due to the fact that the general public recognizes the importance and value of the work done by the Canadian Red Cross, salts thus making it possible to.Canada or the United States. At: ascertain what soil is suitable for. that time films were entered from irrigation. Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Hoi- Dr. Doughty has been with the hnd, the British information of-soiis research laboratory here sincere- Ind-a. Switzerland. New Zea-1933. -Prior to that he was con-ld. France and Brazil. Miss N. nected with the University of Al-Kryski, council secretary, said that this year the amateur class will gion hall at 8 p.m. be open to all residents of Saskatchewan rather than restricting lieve that either Mayor , Rutherford or Carl Kjorven would accept nomination. -The convention will get under way at 1.30 p.m. Saturday, and Premier T. C, Douglas will address a public meeting in the Le MOOSE JAW, Sask., (Staff). 1 Joe Dowling Tuesday night wa -R Labor official booked re-elected president of the Child- , , , .. , .. ,, rens Aid society at the organiza- for AiOOSC J3W meeting. R to photographer. sin the north' tions annual meeting held in the! MOOSE JAW, April 3 (Staff) Y.M.C.A. Mrs. L. Davies was J. H. Williams, Regina, inspec-elected first vice-president, Miss tor from the wages and hours de- , j-I. Haigh, second vice-president, partment of the provincial de- WADENA, Sask., (Special). iMrs. H. R. Nichelson, secretary j partment of labor, will address More than 60 young people from and Dan Rogers, treasurer. j the next regular meeting of the various churches in the district; Directors named include: J. R. I Moose Jaw Trades and Labor met here recently in the United Bannister, D. Martin, J. Hampsond Council Tuesday, April 15, ac-chureh in the first of a series ofjJ. G. Gagne, Mrs. R. L. Slater cording to Andy Tait, Moose Jaw interdenominational youth rallies, and Mrs. J. H. Kern, Jr. T.L.C. secretary. eastern section of the province. GROUP FORMED WADENA, Sask., (Special). All entries must have been pro-jA new group knowm as the Wad-duced since Oct. 1, 1950, and en-ena and District Co-operative tries are to be submitted to the;Skating Rink association has been Yorkton Film council not later; formed here to make plans for than Sept. 15. Entries will be ac-jthe construction of 5 new skating ccpted in the following classes: rink. The association-will incorp-agriculture. sociological, general orate a company and handle the non-theatrical and cultural, suchse!Iing of shares to finance the as music and art. !new building. : deputy chiefs from 37 towns and cities meeting in Regina urged that only extinguishers approved by Underwriters Laboratories i Inc. be sold in the province. equipment sales firms in the prov-j ince. Mr. Tiffin said the unsuitable equipment was mainly being sold 1 by fly-by-night salesmen who Here Is Hoivl Write in your own words (not more than 300) accompanied by a picture if possible of some interesting or noteworthy happening 25 year ago in Saskatchewan. (Any interesting happening, on any day, of any month during the year 1928.) Clarity, authenticity and human Interest shall be the important factors in deciding the winners. The decision of our judges shall be final and all entries submitted will become the property of J. Alex Mackenzie Limited. All entries must be mailed and postmarked not later than midnight of April 26 th. DONT DELAY GET OUT THE SCRAPBOOK TODAY! Address All Entries to-". IT HAPPENED 25 YEARS AGO CONTEST o J. Alex Mackenzie Limited 2001 Twelfth Avenue Regina, Sask. J.AhxM&diCMiIe JEWELLERS Speakers at the .conference,1 went through the country mak-1 called by Fire Commissioner R. E. I ing sales directly to individuals. Tiffin, said some extinguishers! Another resolution put the fire' chiefs on record as favoring the adoption of fivc-thread-to-the-inch fire hose couplings. Speakers said this would have many advantages in equipment exchange between cities in emergencies. It was also a specification recommended to the prov- WirveURN, Sask. (sum. ! mtes L'y a!a flrf, serylce A reporl o, in,,,, smi.ed three Weyburn businessmen involved in a head-on collision near j here early Wednesday was released Wednesday afternoon, Con- F, F. Worthington, director civil defence for Canada. One resolution expressed disapproval of aulomatic gasoline fl ;Aa. u. 4 rK HIGTN4 WHOM, JAW PRTNfl AgFRT .dition of George Burge was des-idlsPen;crs f for service stations The leribed as fair, while the condi-ifl,re Jh,fs feU, attendant ! tion of Albert Onstad and Vincelslolld ,be constantly on duty jLeier was said to be good. I while dispensing gasoline. I The three were injured when a I. notr resolution urged that. : car driven by Mr. Onstad and ajfore thc "re commissioners of-1 panel truck driven bv Mr. Leierjfl.te -ssucd licences to installers of. collided head-on about a mile'"'1 the installers should morthwest of Weyburn on high- be squired to pass examinations way No. 39. Mr. Burge was a on tbe subject, passenger in the Onstad car. Cause of the accident was still not known Wednesday afternoon Injuries received by Mr. Burge were fractured ribs, internal in-j 1 'juries, lacerations and contusions p I Pft& and other possible undetermined1,0 injuries. His condition was des- WEYBURN, 'Sask. (Staff). ;cribed as fair. jQuAppelle Mens association, of Mr. Onstad received fractured all Saints Anglican church, held' ribs and sternum and severe cuts its annual meeting Tuesday night,) and bruises. His general condition electing Cpl. S. Green as presi-l was said to be good. Ident. He succeeds R. 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