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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX JTHE LETHBEIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL Shortage Of Staff Will Force Eventual Closing Local Air Station Montreal............. 51 t Toronto___...... 58 s number of others is this district, including Medicine Eat, be- cause the force's manpower situa- tion is so the Herald uras in- formed at noon on Friday by Air Vice Marsnal K. M. Guthne, C.B.E, j air officer corcmanding Xo. 2 air j command, at Winnioeg, who a luncheon nsitor as the Marquis j V tsresent eouitKnent of various s nrpas is stored K, the diflerent sia- 1 lions, the ofScer explained. Most of the is being rameds over to War" Assets corporation and be cUstxssed of this year. When the are no longer reQurrec for storage, they will be closed of transport. IT Oie latter body doss coif K is disposed j of in the sasie manner as the De Wilton station -was sold tiiis wees. Confers Local C.O. Tile sir vice loarshal -eras accon- panied bv Group Cantain K. G XI Ccloitts. oScer of Xo. When a station is declared sur- plus tc requirements BV the R.C. AJ" i: 3S o2ered to she CHRISTENSENBROS. PHONE 28O2 NEW RECORDS AT BROWN'S COLUMBIA Wonder of You; Izi Love "With Two Ssrest- James ---5pC and Ptortitude; Mad. Count Basic...........5Oc Wfld Herman --5OC Don't Lite Bailey ......5Ot He a. little Bit; Did You Learn to Shore When the One You Charlie Bamet rd rsimb the Highest MmmfcriTi DE-10286-3Teirer Maie a Promise In Vain; Don't Be Baby, %yiits Brothers Gonns. Tom the Teardrope; The Sweetest Ici Sfcots ..............6Oc Bing Crosby 6Oe Oh, What It Seemed to Be; Giasme a WiH Yah, Huh? DicS Eavmes-'Helen VICTOR Ite a Big Girl No-w; Pas YOTIT little Boot Eight Samsoy Kaye The Crawl; Henry "Red" Allen 20-1819 Come Sain or Come Shine; Where Did You Learn to Tornjny Dorsey 75 C Bumble Boogie; How and Forever Precdy Martin Prisoner of love; All the Perry Como 75C Personality; lave Is So Helen. Carrol and tne Sansfiers 75c Day By Day; TtsmorrDrt' Is Mardba Stewart- 750 ALBUMS The Voice ol FranS Sinatra (Cplmnbia) Teddy Wilson Piano Soios f Columbia) Pranlae Carle at the Piano Nutcracker Suite. Spike .Tories and His Ciiy Slickers. (victor) P-142 On the Moonbeam, Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra (Victor) Shephea Poster favorites, Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra CVicWsr) Hear These af Today BROWNS "Your Record 10 repair Calgary; Cczsinancer B. C. AEdreur. director cf recraruig for Ko. 2 air j roTr-ragfl. Fbgbt lieut. A. S-! COPIES, public relations ofScer. The partv Sew to on Fn- dav from Calsarr and con- ferred here tnti Scuadroa Leafier Robt. Triciett. coaamandffig oScer of trie Lethbridge station. j Air Vice Marsiial Gutbrle oat- lined the attractive luture proscised J ground crew noTs- eriiisung in the ______air force. He felt that re- coinoesses trere greater than, young men augat expect in civilian iile. Matnculauon :s an essential eau- cational factor but zrtamase is no otsstacie- 'We must good ground crests because planes cannot fly -Kishout thess." ne declared. "Tfce officer isas ei.eeedingiy sym- pathetic towards local 2yu2g cluos throughout the -aest. He hoped to see the club become firmly established and feit that it tkould be called on to provide re- fresner courses for the air force. He enthusiastic abpus the an- cade; as -aeit "We have a let of valuable equip- ment to turn er to the he promised. The party on Friday after- noon to Reguia. stopping to inspect _ ins Medicine Hat station ea route. White Rner Port Arthur j Winnipeg j Brandon iRegina Moose Ja-ar s Saskatoon Prince Albert Strife Curren; Medicine Letfebncge Calgarj Meetings MASOXIC NOTICE Snersent, meeting of Xorth Slari Lodge So. 4. and be held in ihe Masonic hall. Tenth St. i S.. on Satin-day afternoon. April S, o'clock, for the purpose of auending- the funeral of the late Bro. J. A. Price. brethren dnv-1 ing cars please pars ihem on 21th south cf St. Augustin's charch. The "WJM- recuests a good turnout of rnerabers of me order. Masonic Meeiiny SaturfaT Evening An emergent, meeting cf bridge No 39. AJ and i win be held in the Masonic hall on I SamrdsT. April 5. at S p.ra. C.P-R. degree team confer the 3-O1- desree. Visiting brethren are cor- dially invited to be present. Notice A meeting of the Beverage Dis- pensers Union local 54. trill be held in the Labor Hail. Sunday af- ternoon, April 7th as 2 o'clock. Business Important. Announcements RUMMAG3 SALS SOUTHiUXSTSR HALL, SATURDAY, AP3IL 6, 1'30 Pi 1175 Births Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Leister fcee Mary Stohovie) of 5323-8th St. S-, announce the birth of a daughter, Patncis Svlvia. at Si. Michael's Hospital, March 36th. 1202 Deaths away in the city on April 4th, John Was- mough, aged 71 years, of Shsugh- nessy. Services -win be held in Mar- tin Bros. Chapel 02. Saturday at 4 the Eev. E. It Garvin ing. Interment irt the family plot. Mountain View cemetery. Martin directors of funeral service. South Alberta Points Strongly Back Red Cross Southern Alberta toiras taade ft fine sho-anng in the recces Canadian. Red Ccoss Society campaign lor fur-ds in Alberta. The campaign weni tne top on Wednesday figures climbed to The objective la the provincial drive was 209.000. Branches in. the southern divis- ion of zhe province contributed is the northern division, Edmonton branch KS 73, and Calgarv, Leihbndge contributes to the Hed Cross through the Community Chest. Is is reported because of im- passable "road conditions in sorae rural areas, ehese have not j as vet been canvassed. The drive" continue, however, until oomts isare beea covered. Donation totals annouaced from sou'hem Alberta brancnes are: Blackie, Clareshoto, High Hiver, Maeleod, Sl.- Jfobleford. ParK- !and, LundbrecJc. Bed- cliff Taber, TSrinnifred, S6S; ToocEStown. Medicines Bat, Waterton Park. S50: Vulcan, Pincher and Kanton, SO 34 4S 50 49 39 36 43 44 42 46 40 55 52 S9 O3 .03 .01 .03 .02 .01 I Edward Browne. Chet Slawson of BeHevue, ap- pearing before Police Magistrate Fred Antrobus as Blainaore on s i charge of uavelUng -aiihout a per- i rait on the Cros's Xes; forest re- i serve, contrary to the foress reserve act. Tras fined and costs. The, charge -aras laid by Jteress Sacger I J- Butler. CUTLERY ADDITIOX Eating -aith forks -aras not in England until the reign of Jatnes I. Vancouver VlCtOKS.......... Today's Weather: Lethbndge and Medicine Hat and a i little warmer. High at Tjethbndge J and Medicine Hat. 55. Light south- winds increasing to moderate at 15 m ai. locally. 25 ES-tslu this afternoon. Goes To Jail For Theft of Calf Charged la disrricc Soya! Cana- dian Mounted Potce court recentlvj under the criminal code of Canada witQ thef: cf a calf from a Seldj adjoining his own farm, m the Taber: district. Antanas Tvirkutis isas l found guUty and sentenced to 14! days m the Lethbnoge jail when 3 he" appeared a; Taber before Police j DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT and every Wednesday and Saturday MUSIC BI DOW'S RHYTHMERS ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 1M MeFAKLAKD BLOG. oM 256C. J. M. Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Phvne 3857 away on Wed- nesdav, Apnl 3rd, James Alexander, aged 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Lavema Fnee, of 315-15th St South. Services -srill be held in St. Augustin's church on Saturday at 2 pJBi., the Rev. iLeslie It Grant of- ficiatiEg. Intennent art the Moun- tain View cemetery. Martin Bros, directors of funeral service. 1216 In Menioriam In loving roemorr of our dear grandson, PO. Stewart Bobmson, who lost his life overseas, April 5th, 1945. He bade no one a last farewell, jHe said to none. The heavenlv gates -were opened. A loving voice said comff. Ever remsmbered bv liis grand- parents. GARDEN HOSE 50-foot lengths, coupled md North Lethbridge Hardware Notice To AU Service Personnel And Their Wives You are invited to meet repre- sentatives of our cojnmittee at Y.M.C.A. any Thursday be- streen tie hours of 8 and Our committee win be glad to help you in any way possible. Ltthbridge Rehabilitation Committee Harmless to Grass HERMONO WEED KILLER SIMPLE, SAFE, SURE KeadUy soluable In coW water HICK Hardware Co. Ltd. Phone 3762 WE HAVE ON GROUND GRIP TIRES Trimbles For Tires 316 Eleventh Street S. Phone 2007 Color-Brite Rug and Upholstery Cleaners Chesterfields cleaned de- mothed in yonr own. home. Rugs picked up, cleaned and return- ed in three days. Work done witli new equipment and bj experienced operators- Original colors restored. We guarantee not to injure fabrics or fade colors. PHOXE 2569 VETERANS As one veteran to another, we would appreciate your patronage. In onr office are two other veterans of World War IL All classes of Insurance Real Estate MERRILL AGENCIES Metcalf e Block Phone 4474 I By All Means Send Her Flowers You can't go wrong by making your selection at Frache's Flower Shop Phone 2666 memory A. Price of .the late Mr funeral tomorrow, PURITY BOTTLING WORKS Saturday DANCE AGAIN TO DUSTY AND HIS WETERNERS DOOR PRIZES DANCE EVERY SAT. NITE IN THE RAINBOW hALL Ludies 25C Gents 5OC Hare you Joined the Silver Spnr Ridins Qob. yet? Spot INSUL-BRIC SIDING The Stacey Lumber Co. Ltd. The Subway Lumber Are, North 3421 IT WRITES DRY WITH WET INK IT STARTS IN A SPLIT SECOND IT'S THE PEN EVERYONE HAS SEEN WAITING FOR COME IK AND TRY IT Truly the most amazing pen you ever dreamed of.. see how it writes dry with wet ink no blotter needed no inky fingers! Try its split-second starting. We have now a com- plete stock of these mar- veious Parker "51" Pens available in Canada for the first time. Pent flSJOO ffmeSt mi t-31 KITSON'S McFarUnd Bldg. Phone 3772 VALUES AT A. MIHALIK'S STORE PHONE 4064 ST. N. FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY Winter or Summer, Sunshine or Rain. MIkalik i> Your Service Macaroni NOODLES, 14-oz. pkg, cello wrapped. 3 pkgs. PRUNES, large size. 2 RAISINS, California. Lb..... DATES. Lb....................... PEAS, No. 5. 2 for_______ GREEN BEANS. 2 tins CORN. 2 tins 27c KRAFT DINNER. 2 pkgs. Clark's VEGETABLE SOUP. 3 tins Clark's MUSHROOM SOUP. 2 tins SPAGHETTI, in tomato sauce. 16-oz. jars Blue Ribbon jj COFFEE. Lb.....if JL V Blue Ribbon or Nabob TEA. Lb. TOMATO JUICE, 20-oz. tins. 2 for................... APPLE JUICE, 20-oz. tins. 2 for. 48-oz. tins. Each ONION SETS, Dutch. Lb........ Also other Seeds in Stock. Grass, Sweet Peas in large packages. FRUIT ORANGES, Doz- ORANGES, Dozen------ APPLES, Winesaps. 3 Ibs. Case I5c 15c LETTUCE, nice heads. Lb..... CELERY, nice and crisp. Lb....... CABBAGE, new. 2 Ibs. SWEET POTATOES. 2 Ib. GRAPEFRUIT, white, size 96. 4 for................... 15 GRAPEFRUIT, red, size 80. 3 for S? i I' I 55 Si J3 ai i POTATOES. 10 Ibs............ 32C MEATS Blue Commercial Brand. Good meat the meal. You can get it at Mihalik's. Our meats are guaranteed or your money refunded. ROASTS Shoulder Roast Beef, well trimmed. Lb..................- Short or Cross Rib Roast. Lb. 24c 26c PORK AND VEAL VERY SCARCE But we are doing our best to satis- fy our Thank you. Round Steak, nice and juicy. Lb...................... T-Bone Steak. Lb.................. 4Oc Sirloin Steak. Lb.................. 40c s Pork Patties, fresh. Lb....... Weiners. Lb........ Spiced Ham. Lb............... Muskalays, 3-lb. 10-oz. jar. 42c Holland Her- "9 A rings. 8-lb. tin JL Mi If 7-lb. jar 1.35 PAINT Spring is for painting. We will be glad to supply all your requirements. We are handling Satin-Glo Enamel, Satin-Glo Satin Finish, Bapco Outside Porch Paint, Varnish- es, Oil, Turpentine, Brushes, Deluxe Powder. WE WILL BE GLAD TO BE AT YOUR SERVICE. NAILS-2, 2V2 and 3V2-inch........................3 Ibs. 25c GALVANIZED PAILS...................39c 49c 59c NEWSPAPER! WSPAPfcRI ;