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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1946 Chas. E. Morris Dies In Victoria TSTord -ESS received s. the city JSoncaT night of the death at Vic- toria of Char-es S. Morris, brother, of the late George B. Morra of Lethhridge. and David S. BOW of Victoria, fonneriv of The late Mr. Afjrris. who', SS vears of age on Jan. 8. died ssidciemy. Mr. Morris anc had reured to the coasi to live two vears sgo this spncg. j S. Morris 2iiec: in a time soo-a: the begja- Local Man Heads Frozen Foods Body; Tremendous Expansion Is Seen E. Jensen of head Jensen's Frozen Lockers of, 3rd Avenue South, was in Canary electee! president of the Aioerta Cold Storage locier Assc- i ciation at the annual convention oa Sunday. The man was formerly vice-pres-cent of the pro- vincial "organization. _! H. Ijewis cf Calgary was nassec vice-rresicent aud directcrs are: Eone" 1. LL A. Maclecd, and Harry Birt, Hiver; zone C- D Holmes. as.d Bert Hed Deer; zone 3. John and F. C. a-S- A. S. IXielDS. he s-as mm Supply coaapaEy __ the business of Bel! and Mer- ris there, handlins -srholesale plumb-; susolv. He was a J The frozen food locier biamsss exaancuna at an' almost rate the raemters -acre miormec. It was the feelui; of some persons that, perhaps trie is with the Wood. Co. j The Mr. Moms was born at.i Gocer-.er_ Ont. He leaves to mour" his widow, C-iarles, Jr, a samster in Van-; couver. who is to Giacys.j daugr.ter of Vice-preadent S. D.; Cotterell of the ana Mrs. sow living m Toronto. Also are three brothers snc firse A. B. Mcrrts of B.C.. David of Victoria. James E. of Tscoma. Mrs. Charles 3. Kns23. Enterprise, Ore, and! Mrs. S. Dolge ef CaUf orria. Arrangements for the funeral j have not, ye-; been reported. Landeryou Wi Address Board J C Landervou, wd ad- dress members" of the Board of here as their regular luncii- eon meedsg in the Marquis hotel Wecnesclsv. Aoril 10- Ee will'sresenr z report on ac- tivities of "tie Alberta legislature which are of Darticulsr interest to and district at the pres- enl time. address will fau into three main dlvisionst the provin- cial nighwa- nrosram: a. process report concerning provincial irri- gation and a report on the. Ictivitles of the Alberta industrial! ceveloomen; board. Sosrd members wiU be given j oaoorninity to siaestlons Miter into discussion following Mr. tsSc. i Dteing the meeting Mrs. s. K. Borgal wiU present the viewpoint those advocating the construc- tion of a closed swimming pool ir. the civic centre. search and education has sera dene on what foods can be preserves oy ej-oicic-freezins and how they shouic be handled, with, tne tnat saay ciatomers sre sot; .satisfied. The meeting approved a msraor- andum of association and articles, drawn up previously by Mr. -he jccietv vnll be incorporated arldsr the cq'-operatlyes act. Methods of and uori were also discussed. orovmce in operati-or: or be- iri constructed. They average aboar 300 lockers each, altnough some have Average nrlces are 512 S15 a year, cepend- o-n size and stvis. The S12 ascker is about IS bv 18 and 30 inches size and holds sbou; 200 potincs o- Awards Made TV Jerboa of Strathmore opeat- ed the best storage locker plant in Alberts in 1945. D. A. cmvincial dairy commissioner, an- hsyunceti at ascaai had been cone by F. W. "f the plants ior Liked Butter! is a contentious subfect fan; it became more tta-> that in a local restaurant Sa-urfiay night. It is-as just af- the boar when an apparently customer some of tiie golden siiostariee uidi lus meaL The traitress to explssu the s- He wasted butter! Handl- ing '.he situauoa :n her 12- jmltable v.-av. the girl save San a hefty shove he fell to she f'oor. On he rus contempt by sa'eepicg his compete meal frem the Tfce'aaauer was becoming out- of-har.d and the police -a ere cad- Toronto !VThite Hirer Pen Arthur 'Kenora Revise Terms Auto Camp Lease Riier Yorkton Estevan Moose Jax Saska-.oor. Prince Albert Victoria Current Medicine Hat Calgary Scmontoa. Grance prairie iKamloops Vancouver 41 39 36 39 34 40 44 38 39 47 43 50 43 52 53 61 57 55 54 40 57 53 Laurie Scown. convicted Ndes Ciarfce Macieod IS IS 24 26 23 33 30 39 33 39 35 30 21 21 41 40 ENTERS APPEAL recently on a charge of theft or grain from the farm of Joseph S. Donahue. Granum. has entered an appeal ia the Alberta appeal court at Cal- gary. He ails a. "just trial." -1 Scown appeared alone and Chief Justice Horace Harvey the case 01 er for a lew i A. days to allow the accused a chance to cbtam counseL 'LANS FOR NORTH SIDE POOL .is More Veterans Are Welcomed Today's IVeather 6-> I Several of the Lethbndge and dis- personnel of the Canadian i arrnv. who docked at HaMas aboard tbe Tie de France on Thursday. April 4 arrived in the city aboard the train from Medicine Hat Tuesday. The majority, how- I ever. "travelled straight through to isocera.e where they were expected morning. E. JEKSEN the department of agriculture. Mr. "McCslluin gaie to the Graaam Meat iiar- KeT the Taoer Frozen Fooc IOCK- e- Service and the MaErath Co- Ooerative Association. "Xrcr1 staccards as appearance, sanitation, equipment. method, and record-keepmg were the'bists of On behalf of the association P. C. Duzgan of Camrose made a pre- sentation ro G. Peterson of Pincner Creek, rearing president. Jen- I of Lethbricge. is new presicer.t and presided at the dinner. D. I Eton. 3LC.. of Lethbndge, was Several new teims and cccanions. Mondav evening. I WhTe the operators of the tourist; asSved for a 21-year I counci; decided to the lease to the usual five years, subject i option for renewal. i -c- i Greatest change in conditions is 1 which. ses the annual fee .j. realaciEg services wm ix terms under which the christersen Bros, of Leth- ed '0 ST cent of the net, receipts bndge ss sooz. as arrange- "certain months of tha ments are icil'aiso agreed that the new "servicemen _ !n- eluded the repatriation drars. Dependent of Alberta also made the Aldermen Monday--------. chose the playground at 16th Street and Fifth Avenue North as the location for the swim- ming povi which is to be con- structed in Xorlb. Leihbridse and they authorized City Man- ager J. T. Watson to have archi- tect plans prepared for the pooL The project will be an out- door pool, be constructed Jointly by the city and Leth- bridse lions club- The service dub has offered about the construction. While the Lions club offer WES niade several months ago and was accepted, no further action on the proposed pool was taken until Man- day evening, when Alderman H. J. Kitson revived the subject. -What's being 6ene about, the side he asked. Mayor A. W. Shackleford suggest- ed that he bring up the matter at a special meeting to be held on the civic centre development so that could, be considered in zhe light of i the swimming pool planned for the! civic centre. j "But vre have nos even arranged! for SET plans for the north side! pool yet." pointed out Alderman J.I A. Jardine. opinion is that we should get action on the north side pool im- stated Alderman Jar- dine, following up his recommenda- tion with the resolution settiax the location of the pool and calling for preparation of plans. regardms be announced by train Wednesday April 10. A] Heoatriated servicemen arriving in The city on Tuesday were given A r.'i'-eshnieKs in the legion's wel- come Home" hut at the station by 1 i members of the Ladies' Auxiliary to DRENE Reveals TOUT hair's hidden 39c and 67c Jackson Draffin DRUGGISTS BUTS BEACTT PARLOR 3irs. Dorothy Price, formerly ofi Brooks Beauty Parlor, has pur-1 chased Westbrooic Bros. Beauty! Parlor. Mr. Pnce triU shortly join Mrs. Price in the business after five years' service overseas. New CP.R. Police Officer In City J- J- Jones as C.P.K. erg James Gcraon re- 'the ctr ftoa Win- j Succec Macleoc, bas changed his name to j John Mitchell, accorcung to the Al- j berta. Gazette.________ j %fr.' Gordon has been "Eith tne linvesugsUon departmer.t zor ax- teen vears. serving at Meoicincfca- ,-j lake Loaise ana vvinn- of present trailers from near the] auto cam? within a reasonable time. nerio'd for classifpng tenants ss Tourists Is to be increased from 14 j davs to 30 days. j aiving its apurovai to con- j ditior-s of the new council! received and Sled the financial! of the tounst camn for 1945. year This listed recsips for the Locals Sociefy is giTea" in the ADserta Gazette tna? the Tulcaa Comnmcitv Society has been in- corporated" the societies acv. XottSed la Notice is given in the Alberta. Gazette that Herbert SehaKsea- neider, aero-engine mechanic oJ Clsresliolm, and Ms wife, Muriel Giesaida Schatteschnelder. have changed ihsir sttmame to SEyder. Macieod 3Ian bus driver from Meetings The Order of Moose No. 792 -am hold, thetr regular meeting on Tuesday. April 9th In ths Cana- dian. Hall at 8 pjru sharp. AH brothers are aslad to attend as ic Is election of officers. Kotary Public Antxiintnient; of Sidney Giffarc. xfa-VT of Medicine Hat as a notary i public is announced m the latesv Issue of the Alberta Gazette. j Is Ketired Retirement of James vVEUsm: of Medicine Eat. as a com-; misionsr for oaths is announced is the Alberta Gazette. j FACES COURT 3IARTIAI, p. j. Meldram. of Haymond- from military authori- ties in Calgary while awaiting court martial on a charge of absence with- out leave, was returned to Calgary on. Sunday by hss father and de- livered to the guard room. Is 3s probable that his court martial will take place Wednesday. On ms es- cane from, the Mewata cell he wens ijoin" and was persuaded by his father to return to face the charge. Meldruni has a wife and cni-a in Savniond. OSiclals said this was the third occasion on which, he had been abseni without leave. Capt. Hamflton Out of Army _ _ was staticned at Ko. 8 'Bombing and Ousnery School for more than a year and a in charge of the Secuntr He enlisred in the Eoval Canadi- an Aiz Stores in Winnipeg in ioimng the Service Police, irs-ed at Lachine and Calgary ior brief periods, and then was posted to No 8 Bombmg ana Gunnery School-in December, 1942. Eold-ng the Tank of flying officer he served as Deputy Assistant Frovo Marshal in charg" of the Service Police. In Julv, 1944, Mr. Gordon -was posted to Pearce. Dischargea in Kovember of the same year ne re- turned to the C.P.K. as investiga- tor sz Winnipeg- Goes to Coast Mr Jones, former investigator here, has been transferred to Van- couver, after serving in the cit-j for the nass seven years, ne "was a member of the Masonic Lodge here. at 53 of _ I penses "Eras SS57.25 lor depreciation, i 1 The statement explained thar 723 cars anci 2.S07 persons used the j camp Isss year. j of Same' Berdgo JPontana, Coleman miner, has" made application to change ms name to Benjamin Foniana. aeccra- ing to the Alberta. Gazette. NAMED TO BOARD Notice is given in the lat- est issue of the Alberta Gazette that Benjamin Hus- sell of Edmonton, director of water resources for this DroTince, has been appointed Alberta's representative on the prairie provinces advis- ory irater board, recently formed in connection with ihe control of inssr-provin- boundary waters. 8-12 PLY-S.25x20 TIRES LIKE TO SELL Trimbles FOP Tires Cabinet Ironing Boards In-the-Trali-type Ironing Board designed to go between the -wall studding. They are complete Tvith a door and two folding boards for flat and Cfl sleeve ironing. Price Atlas Lumber Company Ltd. 1602 THIRD ATE S. ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST McFAKLAND BLDG. rhone Lethbridje Notice To AU Service Personnel And Their Wives You are invited to meet repre- sentatives of our conanittee at 2ie Y.M.C.A. any Thursday be- wreen the hoars of 8 and Our cofamittee wiU be glad to nelp you in any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee STRAWBERRY PLANTS British Sovereign and Everbearing Gladiolus Bulbs, Regal Lily Bulbs Lawn Grass Seed and Garden Seed Frache's Greenhouse Phone 2003 Births Malor sad Mrs. D. O. Keains Eounce the birth of a daughter on April 6th at Kanalrao, B.C. 1311 Dr. i5rs. J. 3. Porbes ert- ncunce thft birth of a son, David Allan, on Sundsv, April 7ib. at St. Michael's HospitaL 1343 Deaths away at the home on Sundsy, April 7th, aged "82 years, of Monarch. Funeral services trill be conducted from the Christian Heform Church near Monarch, on Wednesday, April loth at PJCU He'- P- J. Eoefc- stra officiating. Intermesat In the Monarch cemetery. No flowers by retmest. Bros, funeral directors. _____ 1355 away at the home on Monday, April 8th. "Wil- liam Oscar, aged 76 years, of Star- ling Details regarding funeral serrices trill be announced -when arrangements are completed. Chris- tehsen 3ros: funeral directors. 1355 at the home, jfarie, aged 45 years, beloved vrtfe ef Mr. E. C. Dick of rfcremost. An- rsouncement of funeral services -will ly> when arrangements are comDleted. Christensen Bros, in charge.____________________1354 In Memoriam In memory of my 1-rffe and our mother, Jane Andrew, Tfho passed a-ray April 5 1942. God took her hose. 3t His -rf3- Bat In our hearts she liveth still. Ever remembered by her husband and fasaly. '335 PHONE 28O2 NE3561 OR NiGHT CHAPEL Utfibridoe. Afta CAPT. "PAT" HA3IILTON Captain D. L. "Pat" Hamilton, a veteran of two wars, has retired from the Canadian Array in Cal- gary after liva years' service and return to his post with Im- perial Motors (Lethbndge) Ltd. in charge of truck sales. Educated at King's Hospital, Dub- lin (semi-mihtary Captain Hamilton was assistant, estate agerr to the Duie of Devonshire Irish estates for ax years prior to cora- ing to Canada in 1926. Capt. Hamilton's military career commenced whea. he served -with the British annv during World War I from 1917 to I9IS, and was there- after alfihaied with the special re- serve British annv until corn.ng to Canada. He the 112th Re- serve Battery, R.CJi-, as a gunner In 1940 and proceeded to the G'Ji Training Centre at Gordon iiesc m 1940 where his commission was confirmed. In 1942 he traraferrec to the KC-A.se. and ia 1944 was appointed commanding the WorSshos cornnany at A-20 C_A S.C.. T.C., Bed Deer, continuing _ tha; capacity until the centre closet in March. 1S45. Ke was then posted as officer in charge of transport, a No. 13 District Company, R CA.S.C which appointment he held, until his retirement- Four Brothers in "Uniform Capt. Hamilton has four brothers still serving in vanous_ armed forces: Lt.-Cmdr. J. A. Hamilton. O.BMX, R.CJJ.VJR.; Sgt. J. F. Ham Uton, R.C-A.F.; Cpl. S. Q. Harr.jlton Irish Guards; ar.d Pte. W. Hamil ton with the South African army. Mrs. Hamilton presently reside at 817 Fifteenth St. S., Lethbr.dge. 1 1 _ Now a new gasoline on sale at Imperial Oil Service Station, everywhere you travel. It i, called ESSO-cnd it is the finest nori-premium-priced gasoline ever sold by Impenal Oil Limrted. 4 4 O ff ams. DICK SCCCOIBS Mrs. Marie Dick, wife of E. c. Dick of the Foremost district, passed away sudden- ly at her home Monday night, Christensen Bros Ijethbridge funeral directors, are in charge of arrangements. A A A. A. A. THI BACKGROUND STORY Through the years before the war, Imperial 3-Star Gasoline, onr regalar-priced brand, was the largest selling gasoline in Canadt combining outstanding performance with economy. Under wartime rationing our premium brand, Esso Extra gasoline, forged to the front in popularity. The reason was easy to understand: with gasoline quality necessarily reduced by Government regulation, motorists wanted to obtain for their limited driving the best quality motor fuel available. MAKING GOOD A PROMISE day after the war ended, when restrictions were lifted, we announced that Imperial gasoline would quickly be restored to pre-war quality, and that eventually the quality would be improved to exceed pre-war standards. The first part of this promise was carried out all across Canada as rapidly as distribution could be and now another important step forward is being made the introduction of ESSO-tbe new gasoline replac- ing 3-Star. ADVANCE IN new gasoline, ESSO, has the highest anti-knock quality of any non-premium- priced gasoline ever sold by Imperial Oil dealers. It goes on sale today side by side with our premium grade Esso Extra. It gives smoother performance, faster pick-ap, more power on hills combined widi quick starring, and creat power. Motorists wlwjound it necessary to change to a premium grade gasoline during will find ibat this new gasoline, ESSO, gives all the performance qualities they desire in- a gasoline AT A SAVING Of 2c PER CALLOW IMPERIAL OIL if 'IMPERIAL] DEALERS DEALER ;