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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1946 M.L.A. Addresses Trade Board Hard Surfacing City-Coutts Highway When Grade Is Ready, Says Landeryou Returned Men Welcomed At Southminster Church Banquet fMonireal............ jTcronto _____________________ ;Pcrt Arthur......... is was the mten-, crease o: over previous, Winnipeg provuxjal government years. Mr. Lanoerjou asserted. Brandon the immeatate post-war period will be used spon a vigorous road surfacing of The to Prince- Albert Victoria lor armour Regina highway. Moose Jaw............ The niamtenanee :umd been Saskatoon cms Hotel en Wedreidav. His tali fell chiefly under three headings: the highway program, the Alberta ndastnal development board, and the provin- cial irr In sses program. Medicine Kat....... Lethbridge provided for improvement and S3.000.000 more has beer; set J Edmonton.......... aside for depreciation and for pur- j Vancouver......... chasing materials and equipment. it -Ihiruig :he war, priorities, lack OSicial forecasts issued a, 11 42 32 54 56 55 59 51 49 55 43 49 54 45 was the -Batch word 12 crowded Southeaster hail as 220 32 predomuiantly re-.uraed serviceme-i 28 ..ikr-d their 1-dy partners or wives 17 I enjoved dinner together with rnem- 36 be-s" of the Lethbridge Behabiiita- 26 Council. The hsppy reunion Calling City's Young Men In Police Court and was fined and acucuuj. Chris Farstad. Matt Wil- kinson. Don Klggins arid Kazei Vann Rev. H. A. Mutchmor briefly told the young veterans cow pleased he was "to ueleosie them oa this oc- casion on, behalf of Soatnminster ______. church, and reminded them of of vuur OMTI ase and discussing Tilth problems m life? :y. Hustlers, meets each in First How do rosi soend your Suaday mcmings? Are you interested in rtth bovs and young men flliatioixs. 35 23 ..___-- __ 29 chicles arranged along _ the 42 17J Cf ;ae taoies provided a merits. He expressed the hope the returned saen would neglect o' lellow and mauve arrived along the ifceir church connection in the ears jo come. 7-5 cf tae taoies pi'asaE- setting for plates of appe- tizmg food served by the iacies ot feridge-Cosir-s iugnway had aireacy en and that hard surfacing e" ioSour as soon as the road a: Irri-ation portion Friday morning. on tie mauer of yn- Lethbridge Sa and high to- refer- i gauon. said: -It 60. O-ue to tha- fcghwav. he told board, seems a sname ins; are be- held up of lack of water, STcT-Seaon between the Alberta the rivers carry millions of and the Dominion de-1 gallons past millions of acres of Sa-caie-5 transport with respect parchea lanes. Serfvon FaM The government has __ s 'hff-- a Isrffft of nosr- 35 in the distncr decreasmg to 15 at night. Winds elsef-here Ught Medicine Hai reeion: Cioucv to- dav Clear Friday. LO-A tonight at iledicine Hat 35 and high tomor- 60. ifoderaie souths ess wuads eas the declared, defcn highway the final decision resrect to the airfield. Hish Priority "The bridge comjj-etlon. ol the rose through the coulees west the city has a high priority ana Is on the" program for early cosn- p'etton." he said. southern Alberta highways dueVreceive auen-Jon neZuoe the Standoff-Macieod road, which will between Macieod the international bpuncary. Thai road win be graded and gravelled. The road from Macieod to Clares- will be reaaired this year, Mr. stated, while the higc- way f-om Clareshclm to Edmonton be armour surfaced with the the -crooked- stretch between which is to be feuii; on a. new loca- In addition to the Grimsiiaw- Slave Lake highway which is to be constructed on a 50-50 agreement. between the nrovince and the Dominion as a" cost of the nrovince has also provided aor a capital expenditure of for main road construction, an in- row of 15 m.3.h. increasmg to strong at 25 m-piC in the afxmoon. For Hole Coulee dam costing j I if Of COO and are negotiating with a Vfl former and I, project which: the C-P.B. riow operates. Ottawa has voted for! the construction of the St. Mary's dam. The speaker referred briefly to Seek to Appoint Life Members I Trade Board of motion that the Meetings Masonic Xotice Hezular meeting of North Star Ho. 4, A-P. anti will be held in the Masons: hall, 10th street couth, tomorrow (Friday) evening, at 8 o'clock. VisiUns brethren, cor- dially invited.________ Parade Ship's company of R-C.S.C.C. "Kin. parade at the ship this (Thursda.T) evening at 1840. Ther win BTOceed to the Capitol theatre to see "They "Were Espsad.- yhW as guests management. Cbaldale platoon, win. join, the ieth- fcndge group EC the 13m. tO.OJ1. Xotice The tegular meeting of No 2 wffi be held on. Pridar, April 12th in the IOOJP. hall at S pro. All members are asked to attend. Births Mr. and' Mrs. Steve Molner of announce the birth of 3. canghter. Darlene Ethel, on April 5 at Gait Hospital. 1iiA 1440 Deaths legislation concerning education, agricultural colleges. heaUh, agri- cultural short courses and Bill 75. Industrial- Development Statistics showing the increase of production in the province over a period of years were quoted ny the speaker in a sketch of the industrial development of AlDerta. In the years between 1903 and 1344. the value of agricultural pro- duction jumped from S16.428.205 to "W2 onn Tn nf production dropped back to S337.- conditions during tae growing sea- son. Coal production between 1SOS and 1S43 mcreassd from to ions; while petroleum production was boosted from 844 barrels m 1924 to barrels in 1945. Xew oilfields are being de- veloped to replace the declining Turner Vallsy fields, Mr. you declared. Other production figures given by Mr. Lsaderyou indicated thas na- tural gas production was increased from thousand cubic feet A notice council Trade be ____ members to the board was brought before- the Lethbncge Board of Trade a; their regular meeting in the Marquis Hotel on The motion will oe considered at the May meeting of the board. It was suggested that tee ap- DOintments be limited to two per a'te- 1946. For 1946 it was sug- Mrs. to the occasion. Ben Turner made an able master of ceremonies. Enjoyed A. prosram with a mirJ- mui" of speeches included com- munity smgins led by Ceo. Brown. J-- and accomaamed by Ted FauacS at the oiar-o. mth several vocal anc mst'-ume--'ia! numbers and two reci- appreciated were sonas ov SSie Held and her bo-.-s' choir, which jr-dicated excel- lent training, an effective being provided by Ho'Dinsoi. Edgar Hannard intro- duced some Engfcsh. humor into the proceecirgs with his rencitions 01 two comic songs. Charming vocal numbers fay Miss Qva Sssterbrook aroused prolonged apnlause. as die bcogie woogie, nieces plaved on the piano by Billy i Mr. Duttoa brought the to a conclusion by espressmg thanSts o" behalf of the gathering to alls these who hart contributed toward ihe reunion a success. Locals But No Fire Members of the Lethbricge fire A. F, and now principal of Centra! school. Veterans of the recent, are again in attendance. The Hustlers were organized in 1528, and since thai time -sell over 389 yoking men have attended ihese sessions. Meetings have been held each Sunday since that date, and J numerous mid-week activities and j siorts ha-.e been held, la which all members have been able to take part. 1 "Are you Interested? If so. corae out to Hustlers oa Sunday morning, at All are welcome. Former guilty iu cuy court Thursday morning to a charge of unlawfully having liquor in other than his private residence, Howard S. "Withers of Lethbricge, was fined and costs. J A sirmiar penalty was imposed! against Mat. Samset of Foremost.! after he admitted being intoxicated i in a public place. j Speeding on Eleventh Street i troughs a fine of and costs i R. S. Sullivan of leader !s John' failure to have a chauffeur's wth the R. C license cost bun an additional pen- of alty of fine and costs. He admitted both T. Crsghton of Lethbridge. ad- mitted a charge of failing to obey a "stop" traffic sign and was fined and costs, la Royal Canadian Mounted vehicle costs. The employment of boys _t Canada as newspaper earner I boys has created a. great source of executivv manpower according to Johr- Webb, South African game hunter and lecturer. Thursday, when the aut tic sprinkler alarm in The KeraSc. building triaped. on ar- rival, found" no trace of fire. ChimnfT Fire chimney fire, at the residence of Mrs Wiliams as 411-2Cth Street Vcrth en Wednesday, resulted in the local fire being called out at p-m. The blaze was quickly extinguished and no dam- age was caused. Sunday morning. Why not make K this Sunday This is the invitation the class extends to those who aught be in- terested. flags on the edges of a wide motor KILL Flies, Moths, Mosquitoes, Bed Koaches. Ants or Fleas AER-A-SOL IXSECTIC1DE B03DB Contains and Pyrethreum Allowance of Sl.OO on empty undamssed container Drain DRUGGISTS ais'of" two widely different char- acters. Also much enjoyed were provided bv and fay Ted vocal numbers was Mrs. Geo. Brown. Paunch. length tieldmg to reauests for j TWIO j. avvynveti as ills encors tiis azaiis.rg bndze ana ais-nct. iney wouia EOI. i T pomtment. In. a. bnef account of the acdvl- j ties of the agricultural committee, Chairman Charles Parry reported: on a meeting of the committee j Hon. D- B. MacMillan, proTinciai- minister of agriculture, and O. S j necuon wrth" the establishment of an agricultural college at Leth- "MIRACLE" CHICK STARTER 10 Ibs...........5QC 100 North Lethbridge Hardware Notice To All Service Personnel And Their Wives You are invited to meet repre- sentatives of cur committee .he Y.M.C.A- any Thursday be- tween the hours of 8 snd xm. Our committee wffl be glad to Help you in any way possibJe. Lethbridse Rehabilitation Committee STRAWBERRY PLANTS British Sovereign and Everbearing Gladiolus Bulbs, Regal Lily Bulbs Lawn Grass Seed and Garden Seed Frache's Greenhouse Phone 2003 He said teas although the j rom ousan cuc ee i jjrjgge He said teas aoug te in 1321 to thousand cubic I axmjster had indicated K would ae feet; in 1945; mineral nroduetion from in 1907 to 626 in 1945; lumber oroducUon from board feet in 193S to board feet in 1S45, and fish oroducts production from! in 1936 to Sl.179.279 in! 1345. The total value of nroduction from the province's natural, re- sources jumped from in 1935 to in 1945. "Since assuming office your gor- ermaenfc has assisted and encour- aged industrial expansion and de- velopment and i; is their intention i to pursue an even more vigorous- he said. The industrial cle-1 velopmeat board was established to i encourage outside industrialists to j establish factories in Alberta, and to further assist the program of ex- pansion the industrial development corporation will be established. Iz will be empowered to issue up to m ceaearores to assist in establishing industries. Mr. ianaeryou was introduced to the meeting by Jrred King, and upon conclusion of his address a. vote of thanks vas moved bv N. S. Stoltze. necessary to establish such an iri- stitutioii'in the north firsc of all, he agreed that such a school was need- ed in the southern pare of the pro- Activities of the board's industrial committee were outlined by D- G. Oland, chairman. DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA VITA-RAY SPECIAL OFFER awgy in the dty on AprQ llth. Baby Yorko, beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon A. Torko of ShaughpeEsy. Chris- tensen Bros, funeral direcwrs. 1447 Mrs. W. MacGregor in away on' Anril Sth. Margaret Calder, aged 67 vears, beloved wife of Mr- William MacGregor. formerly of this city. Services will be held in St. An- drew's Presbvrerian Church on Sat- urday at 2 p.m. the Rev. E. L Gar- Tin officiating." Interment in the family plot. Mountain View ceme- tery. Martin Bros, directors of funeral service- 1445 away !a the city on April 10th, Alex, aged 64 years, beloved husband of Mary Zasaday of I914-9th Ave. 3J. Funeral cervices will be conducted from Christensen Bros. Firaeral Home on Sunday, April 14th at 2t45 pjn In- terment in St Patrick's cemetery- Christensea Bros, funeral directors- 1443 In Memoriam la loving remembrance of a dear aad mother. Alice Mary Shields, who passed sway AtirU 11, 1343. We walked in the garden of mem- ory today, And lovinglv thought of you. Hemeaibered by her husband. recent, Mac- Formerlv 3. Lethbridge Mrs. tvilliam (Margares Gregor, 67, died in a Calgary hos- pital Tuesday night. Born, in Paisley, Scotland, she came to Leth- bridge in 1909 where her husband was engaged in the mining industry. In 1930 she moved to Sdmonton in connection with her husband's em- ployment with an oil company there. Three years later they came to Calgary. J She WES an active member of the J Rebekah Lodge, being a past presi- dent of the Rebefcah Assembly of Alberta and a member of the Do- minion Eebekah Lodge 11. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, and of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church durmg her stay in jjethbridge. She is survived by her husband, i Wflliani. Calgary; one son. James C., Shelby, Mont.; two grandchil- dren; one brother, John Snowflafce. Man., and two sisters. Mrs. 'William Hutton Regina, and Mrs. Moms of Letbbridge. I Funeral services will be held in Lethbridge at 2 pjn, Saturday, I from St. Andrew's Church with the Rev. E. L- Garvin officiating. In- terment will be in Mountain View cemetery with Martin Bros, funeral directors in charge. way to re-crecte beauty in your own skin. A remarkable purpose face cream which supplies both Vitamin A end 0 to your skin. Stimulates skin cells to new activity and makes your skin healthier, younger and looking. STOKES DRUG CO. LTD. daughter aud son-ia-law, Dorothy. Tommy sad grandson, Glenn. 1427 Inaugurate In loving memory of a dear moth- i Board Of Trade ez, Alice Mary Shields, wiio passed i awav 4.prH llth 1943 Hepresentanves of tne ieihcndge, "In roejEory's careen wo meet every Board of Trade will attend the in- {jav" j augural rneeting of the Coleman Always remembered by Eiora, Joe, and great grard- dauehter Patricia, Vancouver. 1425 CHAPEL Uthbridqe. Atta Board of Trade to oe held in Cole- man. Friday, April 12. Those at- tending from Lethbridge will in- clude Chas, Bryant, president of the Board of Trade; ISayor A. W. Shackleford, Stanley Lamb, Roland Beard, executive-secretary of the Board of Trade, and Cleve Hill, president; of the Lethbridge Junior Chamber of Commerce. Injured Girl Said "Fairly Comfortable" Injuries suffered Roberta Slawson seven-vear-old West- minster School pupil wno was struc'-c by track Wednesday noon, have not yet been determined, Cs.lt, hos- pjtal authorities explained Thursday morning. They added that "she is fairly comfortable." i City police, who are investigating the accident, would not d.sclose the name of the truck driver involved. EDMONTONIAN WINS BOUT NEW YORK, April McDonald, 155 of Edmonton, out- pointed Gene Roberts. of New York, in a six round preliminary bout at the Jamaica arena Wednes- day night. Malium Process MOTH PROOF STORAGE For all Woollens and Furs GUARANTEED AND INSURED AGAINST MOTHS, FIRE, THEFT AND LOSS At not more than 2% of their declared value Your valued apparel Is stored in controlled tempera- ture vaults, built to specially worked out details. This Is not merely a "cold storage" system where the moths and eggs only stop growing until they rettim to normal temperature and then come to life again. The malium process definitely kills all moths and thesr eggs before the goods are stored. Many large "cold storage" firms are changing to this improved method cf better storage you should, too. Malium is perfectly harmless in every way, and odorless, too. Storage charges include cleaning and pressing on all suits, coats, sweaters, etc. enjamiivs CLEANERS 418B Fifth St. S. TAILORS Next to Salvation Army FREE PICKUP ON GARMENTS FOR STORAGE J Proper Furnishing Requires Taste Not Riches A moderate sum, spent wisely, wifl do much more for your home than a large sum spent heedlessly could show you rooms that cosi thousands of dollars In furnishings and that are not nearly as charming or comfortable as others costing such moder- ate sums as practically any salaried man or wage earner can now afford. Come in to the St. Louis and let us show you how our moderately priced furniture can satisfy you in every comfort, durability, good looks, in fact everything that counts in fine furniture. You save yourself tune and money when you shop at the St. St. Louis Furniture 118 Fifth Street S. Phone 2210 'APERf ;