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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBEIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL Churchill Sign Comes Down Ardenvffle Old Timer Going Back to Sweden thej Lethhridse good-bye to remnants o; the big sign en the courihoijse corner Tuescay airemoon as norkmen cas- mantled the supDorts os tory Loan t structure originally pu. uo for tne Second Yicsorj Lean. From that oa it was __ re- des-gned as each loan came along to incorporate the slogan of the j camosuga being pressed as that i For manv months the huge fpsn-res Vets Aided In CA. Courses [Montreal............ 41 timae-s bore the that informed the public ejcctly Low jnucri of the current loan had been sttamed each day. In Police Court Jaw Sasiatocn Pnrce Albert -rtt Current Hat Heralc. H PETEK JOHNSON 3. Metcalre cealt 9 I three offenders court. siace on Wednesday mommg._ {peter "Pete" Jo this s clear torugnt anc cloady 5-3 afternoon. LOST "r 32 and high _____55 Gale -arfct -urines 33, miles ser hoar :n the soutn portion "cecreasins tonight to 15 mues increasing again; ii-.- mommg to 35 miles perS ____ V.'racs elsewhere moderate! the sonng of 1501. at 15 miles per hour, i ihEsoa. knc-RT fifedicme Hat this Frank Slide is Recalled The rocfcslide near Field. B.C.. which held up Canadian Pacific Railway transcontinental trams for 40 hours, recalled to oldtuuers here and in the Crow's Nest Pass the big slide which wiped out the town of Frank m the early morning hours of ApnJ 29. 1SQ3. Eighty miners, their ?mes and killed a. mass of rock weighing millions-of ions broke away from the summit of Turtle mountain and baned most of the smalt town of Frank, in the Crow's Xest Pass area. When a government inspection seven years later indicated another large section of the mountain peak might fall. an. order was issued that the menaced area be abandoned. This section of the peak has not fallen yet. li town. Gotenborg in Theodore lamseri of Le.hbricse g-gcen. Jfr. Johnscn sold lane and casts for ?ss- a20 to Bov Bes-er ara session of liqucr. Fire In Truck The Lethbncge breads ures called on: a; Tuesday. so ixit our a firs in a irucS siruaiea aaFbanh Siree; South. The vehicle. a earned by C. Csssaday of caught 5re trhen hos gases from" the exhaus; cracked the sediment bo-sri in correction! mi's. the eas line The exhaust pipe had beerTrenoved for repays. The small blaze was -snth cajnase to the truck. TTednessisr morning the brigade eal'ec cut at S-lo o'clock to the shLn Garase on Fourth Av- ana Third Street South, -srnere s trailer outsde the garage had caugh; fire from a spark from a nearov icciseratcr. Slight damage was caused :o the trailer. Announcements ago i since that tune has resided veth Mr. and Mrs. Soj Bester a; Arden- i nlle or Mr Mrs Harry Then he Mscleod. Mr. Johnson for the C.P.B. curing his first years in the Trest and spent se-.en -sinters ia the "shipyards at Van- couver. He came to ArdenvUie m 1903 and homesteaced the SVT. of section 15-6-36. 4-h A brother, John, csnie out in 1903 and also homesteaced the GJcrter sec- nos nnmediately norti of brother Aron. ano'her brother. came ir; 1930 and both these r-ouceer I brorners 'n 1945. and JoVT- ir !935 a; Maclsoc, on jklarch 23. 1945. a orotner died in A h'.es at Gredby. Xa-traby, Sweden. She is Mrs. Anna. Laglrgren TTCO -anm her son anc. casirh-er, operates a cairy and berrv farm, milking 40 cows near Kaflskrona. the pon trhere STsreden Seerss her ilee-t." It is Tnth the Tsnco-s-ed sister and her fanuly that Mr. Johnson expects re spend the rest of his days. Wll'ilc o 03 mi.es pe- af :emoan out cecreasin per at night. ns to 15 SEA CADET LOG WHIST DRT73 AND DANCS In the HaH TONIGHT. Cares p-m. Dancing 10 pjn. 1515h Births at 1S25 to ilics. who was acting captain sarace. After the colors trers raised L-t. presented D A. Cameron rus supply as- sistant oadee. into action after c_- fair Photo; Herald Sng. "On the tracing is aiding these veterans of the Seconc. rld War to beccrne re-established in civilian life. Training as chartered accountants in use offices of Ritchie Paterson and Coa- uany here, the -.eterans recer.e the benefits of an augmented salary. as well as various other advantages, under the terms of the training scheme. Left to right in the above picture they are Claude Parsons and B.H Anderson, shown as they worked at tnesr desk. "Qa the Job" trsfeirs is not liinit- ed to those -nnsh to cualifv as craftsmea in :ne mecnari- charge held the rask of flight Ueut- six jears. and prior to the war be was IB business with his i father in High Rii.er. in the Ninth Armored' Regiment. Bntish Columbia. Drag- oons on April 1, IS41. proceeding overseas in Jfovember. 1941. In Nov- i ember, 1943, the unit ixas txxsted to Italy. Injuries in December, 1914, while the "regiment was in action jusc north of Rsmmi. resulted in Mr. An- derson being hospitalized and re- turned to England. He was repat- rs'tec to Canada in May. 1S45. At i..s time of hss discharge he held, the rank of captain. Back home once again, he decided to go into a chartered accountant's- office. However, he found thas there were no vacancies. He had made all i plans to attend the university andj take a commerce course when he; 1 receded word tha: he might enter, Ritchie Paterson's office here. He J started work in the middle of Sep- lember. 1S45. Not due to article until October' Mr. Anderson, will have many to receive benefits of the' Vet Returns ng to the accounting firm augmented apprentices pay. He will DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT and every Wednesday and Saturday Nifbt MUSIC BT DOW'S RHYTHMERS Douglas T. Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cook of Lethbrscge ar- rived in Canada last Fridar on the lie de France. He is expected to arrive here shortly. FO. T. COOK. After three and a >alf years ser- j O'.erseas in the K.C.AJ-, FO. OPEN TONIGHT 6-9 P.M. Jackson Drain PHONE WE DELIVER professional trainees in These have Deluded Lethbndge are sons, and W. S j -Claude" Par- a higher rate of oav than he vrould -Bill" Anderson, ac- j have received if -storking a; the crema benefit Of the countants are semng their art- same job thi Icies with Ritchie Paterson and department's grants. Company here with a. vie'sr to caaii- fyins as chartered accountants benefit of the Jeparnsenrs erants. as trell as free medical aid during ths period of his Mr Parsons told The Heralc mat e was spent in organizing ship's comrsani into nlatoons for company orilL Some oractics in compan XT- parsons, who was bom and educated m Lethondge actually started working for Hltchie Paterson drill rs planned oefore LCB annual, anlj catspsny m 1937. Howerer. 2 inspection -s-hich be in May. j_________ At eienmg quarters the platoon j ,-or fi-.e years, he let; fonsanoa -s-as used and the band j Sj0b up seoteinoer. 1939, for colors at, 2115 snip3 that unit; iras mobilized, for active duty. He remained tnth the would not be able w formerlv of this city, -sras a visitor here Tuesday being en route from f the Pacific coast to his home. Mr. Hanson, trho has been ac the coast on sick leare from his duties as TTTC manager at Saskatoon, is improving. SiireU driving -weather reminds thai pedestrians should be seen arc nos -huri. 8-12 TIRES LIKE TO SEtt Trimbles For Tires 316-lltb. St. S. Phone 2007 Mr. and Mrs. James Hpwltt, ol aiver announce the birth of a eon James Burns, on April 4th at Gait Hospital 1397 and go to them. A number of friends went to see off and bid -TITI goodbye. Mr. Johnson has for several years raised both cattla and horses, and I in 191S imDoned a pureored Per- cheroa stallion from the Hs was a friend of Hero iiillar and the late Johnny and he for- merly rode, taking care of has own and oiher people's stock. Deaths away suddenly the home Monday, April 8th Marie, aged 45 years, beloved, wife ol E. C- jiclt of Foremost. High Mass of the Secujem will be celebrated. Sroa St. Patrldi's Church. Thurs- day, Aprfi llih at 10.30 pjn. In- termenr In the family plot in St.j Patrick's cemetery. Enends wffl tjlease meet for prayers this Wed- I isesday evening at 8 o'clock in' Christensen. Bros. Funeral Home Chnstensen Bros, funeral directors. 1404 away at the haras on Monday, April 8th. W-ii- j liam Oscar, aged 76 years, of Sar- ling. Foneral services will be con- ducted in Stirling on Friday, April 12th at 2 Interment in. ifee famfly nlot la the Stirling cemetery. Chrisieisen Bros, funeral directors I Newspaper advenising is "by f ar I the most direct aad economical" road to people's minds, says S. A. Boyer, assistant TO the presidexiu of the New Tprk, N Hartford Eailway. Anderson, C-P.O. iEleson and T.TT "Hamilton wer_s to Coaldale to charge of the regular parade. Hiflss were takea along ano in- struction in gunaery gives. Ccalcale division are to parade at ness Monday, Aanl 15. CHAMPION PIONEER PASSES IN CITY A Tlnfc with early days Chsmmon district was when "William of the severed Binch, Meetings ford, Kit "Anderson" TT. S. "3ili" Anderson, the secona the 20tb. Reserve Barterv veteran taking "on the job" training Ritchie and Com- Is a Scotsman by birth. He csme to Canada in 1921, receiving his education at Bed Deer. batterv until Aurii. 1940. "srhen he transferred to fee Boyal Canadian Air Jtirce. la Canada until January, 1943, he Tras then posted overseas, irhere he served in a base accounts unit in London until September. 1S4D, he returned home for discharge, ne TFES occupied -widi accounts dunng his entire semce upon dis- in the family plot. Champion, community cemetery. ing graduation, he taught school for J. M. OPTOMETRIST j Second Phone 3857 Lethbridse DANCE Sponsored by Acmy Sorority Friday, April 12 Y.M.C.A. GYMNASIUM Dancing- 9-1 Bateman's Orchestra EVERYONE WELCOME DRESS OPTIONAL Admission: Couple 60e; Stag 40e In Memoriam la loving memory of our baby son, Douglas Wayne Court, who passed away at the age of 3% years, on Apnl 10th, 1S45. Ee rests, our little darling, Beneath s. clear blue sky, Gone from those who loved him. To a better land by far. Sus when the evening shades are faiung. And we sit in opiiet alone. To our hearts there comes a longing, Speclsl orders. Ship's company parade at the shin on Thnrsdav, Apnl llih. Fall in: 1540. Sig of tne dayt Blues with bine jerseys. Training: Ship's coniDaiiy will proceea to the Capuoi taeatre to see "They Were Espendable" as' guests of the Capitol theatre. j Coaldale Platoon- Previous orders are hereby cancelled and the fol-' loosing substituted: i Fail in: At the Community Hall; at 1315.- j Rig of the day: Blues blue' jerseys. Trammgt Platoon tnll proceed to !Lethbridge to join the ship's com- I at the ship at 1840 to proceed j poneer of that area, died in Leth- bridge Sunday alter a lengthy 21- ness. A native of Odessa, Mirn July 28, 1377, he arrived isith his wife m the Champion district in. October. IS05. airs. XJlnch predeceased her hus- band Jan. 21, 1S42. Sorvivrng are I one son, Arthur, cf Champion; a j caughter Mis. John 211 qemto, Calif; four nrothers, t Jule. Salem, Oregon; Samuel, i Whitehorse, Y.T.; Edwin, Eavre, ilont.; Eermari, Vulcan; two ss- ters, Mrs. Tillr Michel, Spokane, j Wasa, and Mrs Bertha Zmn, i Portland, Ore., acd several grace- children. A daughter, Florence, also predeceased him Sept. 21, 1337. The tunera! -srall be held today, "Wednesday in the Champion, com- j manliv hail with 3ev. peter Da-ar- son officiating. The pallbearers' be Ralph Bond, Groves, t Fred "Wise, Peter Patterson, Art Eonkins and John Doyle. Martin Bros, :Letnbrldge, directors of funeral service, -snth, And a picture more precious than Of our dear little Dougie irho left us. mouths ago today, always be remembered by his mummy, daddy, sister Marlene and "brothers Delfaerc and Gerald, 1385 Tri e" as guests of the Any cadets whose worfe TvHl not permit changing to uniform given special permission to appear j in mufti i LIEUT. X PHILLIPS, j For Lieut. H. A. Arnold, Conrmanding Officer, R.C.S.C.C. "Chinook." Notice To All Service Personnel And Their Wives You are Invited to meet repre- sentatives of our committee at -he YJ4.C.A. any Thursday be- sweea the hours of S and Our committee wiH be glad to help you in aay way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee memory of our little Spreads Me PAINT K. se-ecl As.ce For bc-Srooa, fcteiei, woifa or wooewsrfc. bw, to K> cypW CONSUMERS HARDWARE "The Store -with the Stock" D. J. Wbimster M. F. Whnnstw Sole Southern Alberta. Distrftrators B.H. Faint Products If you want a comfortable taxi driven by a courteous driver Phone 4058 STEVE'S TAXI and Soda Fountain Next to Bus Station 24-Hour Service STRAWBERRY PLANTS British Sovereign and Everbearing Gladiolus Bulbs, Regal Lily Bulbs Lawn Grass Seed and Garden Seed Frache's Greenhouse Phone 2003 darline, Douglas, who passed away follcwfag an acddect April 10, 1945. j He was ico bright a flower to last, Was only to us girec, To cheer us for a little while. "Now gone to bloom in heaven. In onr garden of rcemory, j We meet every day. remembered by his grand- parents, Sir. and Mrs. Ben Oliver. Golden and Gloria. 1399 Cards Of Thanks FAT'S TAXI and DELIVERY SERVICE For prompt and courteous service you can't go wrong by phoning Mrs. C. Engsian and family to express tfceir appreciation to all 3 who sent floral tributes, expressions i of sympathy, and to those who as- ssted ia any way la their recent bereavement. 1377 CHRISTENSENBBOS. PHONE 2HO2 IT CAN HAPPEN iTO YOU! Protect yourself against collision, public liability, property aamage, fire and theft. For rates apply W. M. HARRIS AGENCY Phone 2343 Hull Block FRACHE'S MODERN FLOWER SHOP Easter marks the joyous opening of spv'ng. Share yonr Easter happi- ness with friends, near and far. Send ihem flowers from our nice selection of Daffodils Carnations Tulips Iris Snapdragon Stocks Roses Hydrangeas Rambler Roses Cinerarias Calceolarias Kolenchoes Azaleas Easter Wiles Potted Tnlips Potted DaffodUs Ferns Place your order now for a Gardenia or Orchid to wear on Easter Sunday. _______ PHONE 2666 SIXTH STREET SOUTH Planning On a Trip This Summer? K so you will need new tires or your old ones rebuilt. Don't wait until you are ready to go, see about your tires, while they are available. Strikes or delays in production may make it impossible for you to get what you want when you are ready to go. The tires we are selling today are giving very satisfactory service and are as good as any you will get for a long time to come. Let us plan your tire needs for youi vacation. Our advice costs you no- thing. J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY PHONE 3580 ALBERTA "The Most Modern and Best Equipped Shop in the South" DISTRIBUTORS OF DOMINION ROYAL TIRES RETREADING VULCANIZING BELT SPLICING "A COMPLETE TIRE SERVICE" Hard of Hearing! Hearing Aid Users! f SM if that itn't THE MOST BEAUTIFUL, MOST POWERFUL and LIGHTEST HEARING INSTRUMENT...in the World! ACOUSTICON "IOM THOMI" iATTERY "R" CELL COMttNIB WOKLB'S TiNIISr ATTtKT COMBINATION wiR A magnificent instrument that brings yon the final, happy, post-war realization of everything you dared hope forl The lightest, smallest, most powerful case, as easy to carry as a spectacle case! So beautiful yon will thrill with pride to wear it! See it! Try it! NO OB- LIGATION! Local District Clinics for your convenience as follows: Thursday, April Hotel, Medicine Hal. p.m. to p.m. Friday, April Hotel, Lethbridge. p.m. to p.m. Acousticon j Hearing Aid Clinic 129-7th West Calgary T. XI. Nusbet, Acoustician ;