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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE EERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1946 Clearings Still Soar Named Instructor Local Flying Club __ _ a. lunch, was sened by the coomuTtee and helpers and en- j joyable social hour was spent of" the next, meeting Js Slay Tia. m coESisteni level oT figures for s bsrJc sr yesr in above 1S45, Ijethbrzdge sxace the beginning ol reflect an outburst of and business activity the district The latest cleanns statement snows S5pU3sS f comsjarec with lor tne same month Isst year. "More h-.estoci sales, bocmins construction, farm property chasg- hands dsV the pres- I of returned "men who are f money to buy fum- for new homes are hav- sr states Thomas 1 ing raser of lie of are larger and stores' hearer stocks nowa-j cays and tnese, along with a increase of business :n all imes and a lively real estate market are contributing to pu; more rsioney anto crculation." I- NTE1V AFFOESTMEST -vv. C. T formerly eaarise ex- araiser in the local customs office been the poat-on of (Toronto computes cferk'there the fcst, River of Februarv when his new appoint- Port Arthur raent eifective. In Police Court 'Policeman Shot In Montreal Chase TWO AKE KILLED IX NEVADA TKAtX WRECK Kenora Meetings Merchant Again Chosen By Elks 3. J. Mercians TTSS re-elected district fie-nty grace exalted ruler for southern Alberta at. Uie sariusl district icsetlng of tie Protective Order of ihs -xtich iielc Jr> tne local rta'1 -Kith, re- presentatiTEs irons. Barcns. "Warner And being present. A large rumcsij of local Sks -were 03. fcsrd, to -wrieoinfi three cigcitanss of grand exalted ruler or Carada and XeTfoaacland, P. M. Eansy of Calgsrr. TV. A. Greenrar, Acne, president and XT. H. Waldrcsri. Oko- Tice-presidest of the Alberts. association. All three gave LT. J H. MeMlLLAX Boutine Orders April 6, 1945. Senal 2. No. 23 ec bv Waison. Part 1 Moridsy. Aprd S. Tte ssjaaeioa -snU parade at tne Collegiate Institute a; 1915 hours cnc proceed by bus to Air Caeei q-jariers si Xo. 1 B-EiL in radio aee engines recreaaonal canteen 10 -4-46 to -c- s aid a To oe orderly cIsK license, ex- {13-4-46. Cp! Houltoa. of the clubs addresses on the mean- ly ot Ekdcxs and Trays in -ariicii its creed may be pat into eftec; in the coramiinity. Profounti j ..Q, a -sras expressed ior Tcork aeins move- in es locally by the .tiks orgaruza- j ;._...-., peers to fly in three Moth planes -ri River sirport over de -srcekenc. an local sen znstrucuon is scns- culed ;o start unrek. Jack McMillan the force in "all camed at Portage la Yorkton acd Claresholni FXS. He took ar> OT.U. cosise at Boundary 3sy end Abbotstorc. and a radio" raise and course at- Deseronto Chief Instructor far two one-half years at Dauohin S.F.T.S chief instmetor there. Mr McMillan rslans to msie avia- nas been s. etting the tios espeoallr reference to the active baby clmlc and in tne cistnbadoa of raiS: to Kttcer- chndrcn in city schools. Frache To Speak On Floral Art "W. Frache Trill demonstrate the mrs cf floral arraneemsnt as s. tfcird of a series of public ineenngs spon- sored. cy the Leihbncgs and District; Korticultliral Monday, Apnl S. ez 8J5 pin. in the TiLC_A. audi- tortiro- Mr. Frache is weH accaant- ed wita tae techniqrue of the ar- nc of flowers aad such, a he and alreacT ers and ___irtly i; is L. _ lor life esc sssia-" ng rsgmserscips to tne clja a soiie icuncation A. SI PXTTLAN-a for C.O. So. 11 Sqen. Brandon Swan Erver Vorkton Moose Jatr Saslstoon Prmce Albert Victoria North Battleford ilt Current ne Har tethbndge Calgary Edmonton 43 47 34 42 42 44 44 46 50 53 55 55 52 54 54 56 54 60 51 44 42 peanng in juvenile court nere Sai- j ce sais- raising into a lane at 1 ureay morning Tbe s the rear of St. Denis street near aoorehenaed ss ccnnectisa -sntfe j Gilford street. Desrochers iskea burglaries involving several local to St. Uike hospital where ------ser-Hassett diaon v.-as reportec-danger I PHOT. April i Exposition Flyer, Western Pacific j passerser traib. iras derailed near here Friday, telling at least two d is.iuriug 5S ten seriously.- The locomotive and all ten of the passenger cars oierturced. A first-aid station was set up at Wenover. Utah. 18 to east, to care for the injured. A relief train -mil take the in- jured to Salt Lake City where they mil be cared for. .01 2S seieral residences and the Blsnner- and SnntJi sporting gooes store. his coa- leroas." SPECIAL SERVICE A special service -a ill be held at i! ni St. Peter's Lutheran Church. i mates Northeast of Claresholm. on i sunoav evening, Aoril 7th. at S A. Gehnng, lorrc- Alberta. has u> St. Peter's con- Cae of the bullets eiitered. right forearm, another struck thigh, and a third lodged HI the! the1 39 42 46 50 at Shortly after the chase a report headquarters of an, armed holdup at a restaatani OKE- j ed br Baphael Tangttay on Gilford, far from the scene of the shores told police be j M-2S aione in njs store tso j Sired a shot demanded .32. .11' 32 sky' Prairfe Jasper Prince George Prince Hiipert Kamioops Vancouver TODAY'S WEATHER region- Variable this morning, becomirg cloudy uidelv scattered shovrers this after- i noon." Sr.o-sr3Times in the High as Lethbndge today 4o. I4ght south -Kinds sjrlting to moderate north vnnds of 10 ra pi. during the morning. Medicine Hat region: Clear this, morning Cloudy uith widely scat-J tered showers this afternoon. High j todav at Medicine Hat 50. Moderate south-rest, winds of 15 iu.p.h.. shift- ing northwest, this af-emoon. j EQCTXE The horse originated :n China starting out as an animal no larger rbars a house cat. 8-12 TIRES LIKE TO SELL Trimbles For Tires 316-llth St. S. Phone (R) Field Batterr, ArmourT Lethbridge "PART i OBDSRS issued oy Major L. S. Turcotte. I Ofi.cer Conirnariclirig- _______, The following parades --rfll be' s flying held m the Annoury for the week j The local ending 13th Aprf. has some 35 act.-.ej L Ssttsry Parade, on ilortdsy, are jo-nmg daily j Stn Apnl. 1945. at 1945 hours. 1 maie a drive 2. The Band mil parade on Wed- aesday. ZOtn April, 1946, at. 2000. ________ hoursi ftnanciaBT" tost mar 3. Officers. N C O's and Special- j continue "to" hold its place in tne ists. cm Thursday, llth AprU, 1945, ______ ffC at 1945 hours. Dress- Battle Dress. Traimns. As per Syllabus. Captain L. A. Jacohson. for L. S. Turcotte. CommaEding Officer. d. ana so that yo' Soath Aloertsra insy have an op- portunity to learn to fly. Pensioners See Jardine's Films The Old Age Pensioners Society, of flower, ggagrZm m iansresnnz. The general public well mezribers mre corcially Invited to attend. Honor Service Personnel Here jjrslSatltffls have been Issued to eerrice personnel "by the aKannt- tat in cnarce for a compliiaentarj- banquet to be Held in the Soutn- misster church, hall, on 'WednesdEy, April 10, at pjn. piass for this funcion. whicii is being sponsored br Sonthminster cliarch. are nearirg' completion and many acceptances bare already been received. The committee inE any wno iiavs not done so. "to replT to the invitation im- mediately so that proper catering errangeiaeats may be made, Tuesday evening the ram a splendid crowd gathered. Cards Of Thanks Mrs. C. Turner and daughter to express to tntir fnends, sin- j cere gratitude atifl for the kindnesses a.r'ri floral tributes received during tnrar iereeTemeat. 1227 E. J. and W. J. -wish to gxpress sincsre the floral tributes and cards of sym- pathy recerred and cars put at their J cosposal during their recent bereave- j meat. 123a j In Memoriam In 3ov5ng memorv our dear baby. Maurice Gartn McBeath, far and oft our thoughts do wan- der, To a grave not far away. i Where thev laid oar darling bsay, Just year ago today. Ever remembered by Mttraray and' Baddy. i do-nation Srcin a local organization thankfuEv receiveo. A letter was receivec "from one of the .smaller towns abou% membership, etc, and K cecided to try and organize in the various communities noTf bemg contacted. Heports from several tstwcs show .inter- est. A brsf explanation of tog new Alberta I.-egiElauoii as it affects tne Old Age Pensioners was A report was given of the investiga- tion re hospitaLzaaoa of ugnsiorers. pres. Emery men miroduced the guest; for tie eveiEasr, Sir. J. Jar- dine, who verv fem.y eniertained bv showing four fjms of py himself and family on their various holiday tnps and also local film wiicii vss very maca enjoyea Hsarty srsplause and a vote of thanks expressed tae an- precisaoti of tne group Several new mercbsrs signed up their caros. AfEer the BREAD BOXES and North Lethbridge Hardware FREE crrr DELIVERY Cabinet Ironing Boards In-lhe-Trall-type Ironing Board designed to go between the wall studding. Thev are complete with a door and two folding boards for flat and sleeve ironing. Price Adas Lumber Company Ltd. 1602 THIRD AVE S. taKen care or all work now on WATCH REPAIRS WILL AGAIN BE ACCEPTED THCRSDAr, APRIL llth till farther notice. I regret, that il is necessary to take this means of regulating my work, and thank you all for your will- ing co-operation. R. A. Gillies WATCHMAKER 305-tth St. S. ANCE AT THE TRIANON TONIGHT AND EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT MUSIC BT DOW'S RHYTHMERS Notice To All Service Personnel And Their Wives Tcu are invited to meet repre- sentatives of our committee Y.M.C.A. any Thursday nreen the hours of 8 and PJ33- Our committee win be glad to help you in. any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee AUTOMATIC COAL STOKERS 110 VOLT AND 32 VOLT CHARLTON AND HILL Phone 2599 Lethbridje Orders for the -vceeS corareendng Annl 18, 1946: "Ship's comaany wia parade at the shio on April 8. Fall in: Rag the day: Blues with blue jerseys, great coats optional. Training- As per syllabus. It is imnortan; that all Oacets return white caps and white uni- forms on Monday, April 8. Cioaldale nlaioon will oarade at the community ban ia Coalfiale on Thursdav, Anril 11. Pail in: of the day: Blues with, bhie jersers and grear coats As per syllabus. Xdeitt N. Phillias, Training Officer, for Lieut. H- A. KmOld, Officer, "Chinoofc." CHRISTENSENBROi NOTICE To the People of the Manyberries District: A FREE Vpccinatiori Clinic under the auspices of the Depart- ment, of Public Eealtn will oe held at ManyDemes on April 10th, 17th and 244th for the purpose of giving protection against Spotted :Fever to sB those persons residing south, of Towriship 1 and east Sange 7. The cluac will be tinder the direction of Dr. Howard C. Dixon, assisted br Miss M. E. Hagerman, Public Health Hurse. 10th, 17th and 24th A.M. MALCOLM R- BOW, Deputy Minister of Health. PHONE 28O2 CTOR RECORDS The Iciest Victor are at BROWNS "YOUKUCOBO CEMTBV SPRING COATS, SUITS OR PLAIN ONE-PIECE DRESSES CLEANED AND PRESSED We have just installed a Steam-Aire Garment Finisher We -will finish all garments with fabrics adaptable to tliis new method of finishing. Brings out original newness and leaves no Imprints such as the conventional pressing -will do, especially on soft-finished materials. AH our customers are. wen so will TOD be. GIVE US A TKHl. LEE DUCK CLEPDERS 330 13TH ST. X. PHONE 3770 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT THE FOOD BASKET CONFECTIONERY FORMERLY VICTORY CONFECTIONERY 714a-3rd AVE. S. OPPOSITE STERN FURNITURE STORE Now Owned By Former Operator of Arlington Cafe Dealing In FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, GROCERIES, TOBACCOS, ICE CREAM. ETC. We Welcome Old Friends and New Customers SPRING CAR CARE will add miles of comfort and carefree driving to your car if attended to now. DANCE-TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 13th St. sad 7th Ave. AIR COXDITIOKED Cents ......-.........25 C DANCE EVERT SATOKDAY Do You Need a Taxi IF YOU DO PHONE 4058 For real service you can't go wrong with STEVE'S TAXI SODA FOUNATIN AND NEWS STAND SEXT DOOR TO BUS STATION 24-HOUR SERVICE To get every possible mile out of your keep It operating smoothly and economically, Lave us give It our specialized Spring- Conditioning- Service. Here's the way we do For the Crankcase We the used winter oEL Flush -with Texaco Motor SlushinE Oil to remove dirt anS sludge. Refill with correct grade of free-flowing, fall-bodied Bed Indian Atia- tion Slotor oH that fights friction and irear. For the Chassis We check each vital friction point and lubricate It accord- ing to the "Chek-Chart Diagram of your car -with Teiaco Marfalc, the super-tough, all-weaiher chassis Inbricant that stars in the bearings, keeping ont all foreign matter under all operating conditions. For the Transmission and Differential We drain, flush and refill to correct lerel -with She right grade of wear-resisting Red Indian Geartak. As in every other operation for yonr protection, we work "by not by For the Cooling System and General Here, we thoroughly flnsb ont the radiator, cylinder block and head with special pressure flashing equipment and flushing flnid. Check the water pamp, gaskets and connections. Wash and polish and render other services essential for the welfare of yonr car. VETERANS As one Tcteran to another, we would appreciate your patronage. In our office are two other of World >Var H. All classes of Insurance Real Estate MERRILL AGENCIES Metczlfe Block Phone I ALSO HOTEL ST. REGIS WEEKLY and MONTHLY RATES FROM Motor Tune-Up Here we thoroughly check every part and make the proper adjustments to give yon maximum motor performance. adjustments 10 511 We carry a full stock of genuine Ford Motor Co. parts and accessories for every Ford product on the road. SHORT STOP AUTO SERVICE DAY NIGHT SERVICE All comfortably heated cars with careful drivers who think of your welfare first. WHEN YOU NEED A TAXI, PHONE BILLS TAXI 2224 BTLI, L4ZARICK Corner 4th Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 4167 HUDSON We believe you will choose your next new car with more than ordinary care, because of in difficult years of wartime driving. RELIABILITY! SAFETY! ENDURANCE! LCW-COST OPERATION! A fall measure of all these qualities will be found in the new 1946 HUDSON. SEE IT AT Fleming Motors DISTRIBUTORS HUDSON MOTOR CARS NORTH STAR OH. PRODUCTS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 428 FIFTH STREET 55. WSP4.PF-R! ;