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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1946 L W. StuD Is Promoted To Operations Manager Of T.C A Here In order to cope with extended i operations and because of greatly! increased air fleets and larger: planes to be placed in service to! Cy -within the Dominion, the Unit- ed States and oier trans-ocean routes, J. H. Tudhope, general man- ager of operations, Trans-Canada Airlines announced today the ap- pointment of E. W. Stall to the position of operations manager, western region having jurisdiction over the company's operations Win- nipeg to Victoria, including services to Seattle. His headquarters vnl! continue to be in IjetiJbridge. Edi'ard W. Ssull was bom in Sad- bury and is a graduaie.of the Sad- bury School 01 Mines. Although he followed the joining profession for a short time he turned to a flying career in 1923 and joined the Ontario provincial air service the following By 1027 he held an air engineer's as areU as a jjEoi's license and joined former Western Canada Aura-ays, now Ca- nadian Airways in 1928. The period 1930-32 he Sevr hours in night service on the prairie airmail ran. In 1934 he formed his own corn- pang. Wings Limited, flying into the mining areas of Manitoba and Northern Ontario. Four years later he joined T-C-A, although retain- financial interest in "Wings, ing Ltd. His early training of con- E. W. STULL headouarters in Montreal, is -was announced at T.C.A. headquarters here today. Mr. McGregor will have jurisdic- tion over the north Atlantic service and overseas bases. Mr. McGregor will be succeeded siderable value to Stull in at Toronto by F. I. Young, oper- understanding the transportation requirements of mining engineers and nrospectors. He pioneered freighting: mining eauipment and supplies into the Arctic. Two of his largest air freighting jobs were for Hudson Bay Mining and Smelt- ing and Favorable Lake Mining companies. Kven railway equip- ment; and structural steel were down into the north on these assignments. The Sachiago mining area was largely discovered by him while "bush" flving. He was directly re- SDOBSible for its development. "Since joining Trans-Canada Air- lines "Mr Stull has held a number of posts including that of superin- tendent of both eastern and western divisions. McGregor Promoted WINNIPEG, April M. McGregor, superintendent, centra! division at Toronto of Trans-Canada Air Lines, has been appointed oper- ations manager of the government trans Atlantic air service with ations manager. Atlantic division, Moncton. NJ3., while T. F. K. Edmi- son, base manager at Dorval, One., will take over duties of operations manager at Moncton. A veteran of the T.C.A.. Mr. Mc- Gregor, a native of Victoria. B.C., is widelv known in western aviation circles, starring his career, as a pilot, with British Columbia Air- ways Ijimited in 1927. He was formerly stationed in Lethbridge. Discusses Swim Pool, Trade Board At the Theatres Complese shows: "They Were "Goodnight Daltons Ride Last cosnplete show at "Winged Victorr." With THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN Random Rhymes CHRIS CASUAL npHE modem Alexander now I arrived upon our shores. lake his doughtv. ancient name- sake is a hero of the His title comes from Tunis, where he fought a tough campaign. And also mentions Errigal to sliow his Irish strain. He seeks no further conquests like that former Alexander Who vranted worlds to beat, and in disappointed dander. To MS in peace his wisdom and his valor he isii! bring la his dutr as aa honoraKa stand-in for the king. FAMILY ALLOWANCES Help to Balance To Officiate Not Being Wasted in Lethbridf e Kiddies' Diet for the past eight months famuy, "My work tates me to the homes! aliov.ance cheques have been ar-iof nearly 40 widows with children.; riving in many city homes with i Many of them haie large lamiUes. gratifying reguiaritv. The question {From what I can tell, these family s is often asked these days: "How is' allowances are being used to aug- i this federal contribution" to the fain- tnent household bills for food arid ily budget being in the clothing. This means in most cases; more needv homes where there are, an extra or a for four, five or six children is the j these families." family allowance bringing more "Some of this money being nutritious food and warm clothing s used for house repairs, which is a I for bodies, or is the allow- good thing, as this ensures warra lance going into the beer parlors homes and a saving to fueX she instead? pointed out. Enquiries on the probable benefits! Urios of family allowances were made of; But the welfare worker saw Miss Hazel Mann. superiatenSent evidence that the living standard Of Nazi Prisoner praise -In my opinion they are not being wasted" in" any she declared. Oil Activity Brazeau WeD Gets "Wef Gas; Tbe Brazeau anticline !s raucii ja the limelight rfzht now In Alberta eal circles with the gas reliably re- ported to be "wet." This well in the Central Alberta foothills has cow been hooked up to a separator and' Craon OH tests should reveal jusi what the _ Ttrijl do may be pus down on the struct'jre. J Meanwhile the Tmperial-Ijeili- bridge Xo, 1 well on tie letfcbridze stricture Is reported drilling, the latest deptlj saven being leer while the Sehn Dcme well sear Barons is sitS stancisg but t: is hoped by the to complete, the weil this season. Conrad-Pro-rasc? No 57-333 of the California standard company is reported rissirsr up with pcsap feet. Produc- Coutts: asd In Pinhora a Calgary granted acreage OF TRUE LOVE PROVES TORTUROUS ed Lu S. Turooue, defence counsel for tliree Nszi capaves accused of murdering Pte. August, Plaszek in the Medicine Hat prisoner of war camp on July 22, 1943. announced here Thursday morning an appeal would be filed in Calgary ,_ during the day against the convic- ,fo' tion of 24-year-old Pte. Adolf ol Kratz oa a cnarge or murdering TAKFS JOHN IAM.D DEERE POST IN CITY years a representative Plaszek. The appeal is being made on in- structions from the justice depart- i merit, which appointed Mr. TurcoUe J- A. James. child on the Alberta mother's al- lowance, as .this only averages out to around per child in the large families." Adjt. whose welfare work gives him contact with faiE- Uies living in the river relatively low-incosned knows 25 First Aid Needs Check TOUT kit to make sure it's complete or come in ana let us make one up to fit your needs. McCAFFREY'S DRUG 331 5th St. S. Phone 2205 STORES 414 13th St. N. Phone 3445 Agent, for HARTPORD Livestock Insurance Bowman Agency Insurance, Real Estate, Rentals POTATO GROWERS We are buying NETTED GEMS CARLOADS OR TRUCKLOADS Plunkett Savage Phone 25S4 A talk, embracing the ideas of local ladies' organization for civic improvement with respect; to the swimming centre which is proposed for Lethbndge's Civic Centre, was given by Mrs. E. R. Borgal at the regular meeting of the Lethbridge Board of Trade, held in the Mar- quis Hotel Wednesday afternoon. There are three options as to what kind of pool will be construct- ed iii the Civic Centre. ID may be either an outdoor, an. indoor or a convertible pool, said. If it is the outdoor type, popular in Canada bfecause of its inexpen- sive construction, the public may be well assured of two months' use "during July and August. The degree to which it will be used dur- ing that period will largely depend on how much wind, dust and ram may occur, the speaker asserted. The indoor type of pool is good for swimming throughout the whole year, if it is found advantageous to ooerate it all se'ason round, Mrs. I Borgal said. The period from. Apnl to September is generally found to be the popular swimping: season. "Sear-round operation is a financial gamble. Convertible Swinuninff Pool Convertible type pools, however, may be used for sis months of the Year for swimming and then a floor iaay be laid over the pool portion, I providing eymnasium or auditorium facilities "for the remaining six months, Sirs. Borgal pointed out. In that manner the facilities of the building may be used all year round by thousands of people. Emphasizing the need for such an auditorium, the speaker said that although a large armouries is likely to be built here which will provide a large assembly place possibly available when not in use by army personnel, such an assembly hail would not be the best for girls and voung children. Provision is also being made for a large auditorium in the proposed new composite school, but that space will be needed for student activities, she said, suggesting that the soace available in a convertible cool "building would provide much needed auditorium space for the general public. Civic Centre To Be Given Study The Junior Chamber of Commerce is calling a meeting of representa- tives of Lethbridge organizations to consider the formation of a civic centre committee, at 8 pjn. April 17. at the Marquis hotel. Feeling that the development of the civic centre should claim the most careful thought of r.H interest- ed bodies it is the opinion of the Jaycees that the only eSective wax- to'present suggestions to the city council with reference to the civic project is to ofler them as the co- ordinated ana consolidated opinion of one civic centre com- mittee. It is felt that this should s lepresent as nearly as possible a. cross-section of public opinion. The Junior Chamber of Commerce j is unanimous In believing that the. city council would welcome the sub- j mission of one complete plan rep- resenting the final combined opin- ion of the various interested organ- j izations. I to defend the alleged murderers. Kratz was convicted on the mur- der charge by an Alberta supreme conrt jury at Medicine Hat on March 16 and was sentenced to hang in the Lethbridge provincial jail oa JuEe 35. Now In Cell" He is now occupying a "death cell" in the local prison, as well as Sgr. Werner Schwalb, who was also convicted on a charge cf murder- m ing Plaszek and was sentenced to i hang on June 26. A notice to ap- j peal Schwalk's conviction was filed j last week but thus far tne date fors hearing the appeal has not been set. The third Nazi accused of Plas- zek's murder is L.-Cpl. Johannes who is to receive a new trial at the fall assizes of the su- preme court at Medicine Hat, his trial last month having been de- clared a mis-trial oa the fourth ing out of Calgary and Red Deer, W. E. Ogden has taken over his duties as manager of the local John-------------- Deere branch. He succeeds the late to S18 per month and beuer tables are being set as a result of the improved financial situation- 'More oranges, meat and snilk are firmation of Japanese Christians as 3 o'clock. Parochial Confirma- tion class, the largest, in the history Knows families with breadwir.- i of the parish and sccludiag ners who are in receipt of the fam- 1 matejy 70 cane-dates will be held ily allowance. "Most of these have Saturday evening as 3 o four, five and six children." he ex- plained. His observation has re-! BarnweU Man vealed that the budges of these families has been increased by KT. REV. ft K. RAGG Chi Saairdav. April 13. Re. Rev. tion of the new Corrad field well H. E_ Raag. Bishop of Calgary, will', not stated -xlule be in to cfficsate at two we" is drfling ac beiow services :n Si. Augtis- 12.750 feet. I tin's church. There will be a Con- Mr. Ogcea told The Herald this morning that he expects to be settled in his residence at 419 8th St. S, by the first of May after Mrs. Ogtien has arrived from Cal- garv. At the Tuesday luncheon Canadian soldier statioaec: ax. tfca local prisoner of war camp, paved the way to troob-e for aa 18-rear- old Sdmonton girL The trouble was aired is city police court Thurscay morning as she pleaded guilty to two charges of tfeeft. one mTOirtng the theft o? S10 from a girl with whom sse Sad i stared and Use other involving the In a watch from An- II Ceaiar-ljmd- oeicg at young couple planned to vany the las; repon received from the field. recent oil and gas reser- granting JacJ: .9.580 acrt-s toT. 3. eas; of being consumed by the children of these poorer homes." the Salvation Armv officer stressed. To" provp his point that more xnrsnpTr was bein? spent on children s families. Mr. and Mrs. Ogden have three sons. One of them. William A, operates the original family farm at Gull Lake which his father took after coming to Canada from the Sookane district in Washington. Another son is at East Coulee, an employee of the Atlas mine. The voungest son recently obtained his discharge from the navy and Is now i with the John Deere branch in! Edmonton. stances where local families nad spent their entire monthly aiicw- ance cheque on shoes for their chil- dren, the cases havia? been brought to his attention bv the manager oi a cicsr dry goods dav when it was learned that a j juror was under the legal age for j jury service. SUCCEEDS IARABEE COMMUNITF COUNCIL Organizations which have been contacted with regard to the forma- tion of a community council are reminded again of the necessity of appointing a representative for the general meeting called for Monday, April 22. Names of representatives should be forwarded to the Y.M. C.A. omce. BANK This week Ijist year GEcial announcement was made todav that James A. Jopsoa. inspector for the Canadian Pacific Railway telegraph svstem on the main line between Swift Current. Sask., and Field, B.C., since 1937, has succeeded R. E. Larabee as inspector for Southern Alberta. Mr. Jop- son assumed his new posi- tion at the beginning of this month. Mr. Larabee retiring at tbe end of March. Chrome Plated EXHAUST TAIL PIPE EXTENSIONS With Red Reflector MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers 4.500x19 Used Tires and Tubes Trimbles tor Tires 316 Eleventh St. S. 2007 newer, better method of DRY CLEANING Faster, better service than ever before and our cash and carry prices mean substantial savings. Pressing While U Wait 25c BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS 418B Fifth Street Soaia TAILORS tn Salvation Ansy LUGGAGE TRUNKS TOURING CASES SUIT CASES DRESSING CASES GLADSTONES Morris Barrett HAR0WAKR Before Renewing ANY POLICY THOSE 3M9 FOR RATES AXD COVERAGE Be Wise-Insure With Easter flowers AND PLANTS Make your selection early, at the MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Marquis Hotel Phone 4377 THE WORLD'S LEADING WASHER WILL SOON BE ON DISPLAY IN LETHBRIDGE WATCH FOR THE NEW At 3I7-8th St. South 1_LUSTRATION ONE OF OUR COLD STORAGE VAULTS GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATED WE Have a Stock of the New Radiator Tubular Cores For Chevrolet, Chrysler and Dodge Cars and Trucks LET OUE EXPERT MECHANICS TAKE CARE OF Motor Tnne-np .Gas and OH Check Tire Re-Caps Brake Control New Paint Job Body Work NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS 13th Street N. Phone 4268 OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION Cabinet Ironing Boards In-the-wall-type Ironing Board designed to go between the wall studding. They are complete with a door and two folding boards for flat and sleeve ironing. Price Atlas Lumber Company Ltd. 1602 THIRD AVE S. BACK AGAIN We are once again ready to serve you with Chocolate Milk lie Per Quart It's delicious and nourishing'. WE REMIND YOU AND RECOMMEND HOMOGENIZED MILK Especially for children, but Ideal for every member of the family IOV2c Per Quart Phone 4124 and arrange to have our driver or get it at your grocer's PURITY DAIRY ON A look at the above picture will convince you that when your fur coat is stored in one of The Lethbridge Furiers Electric Refrigerated Storage Vaults you can rest assured that your coat is properly protected and taken care of. Every possible attention is given to your coat at this up-to- date fur storage plant, from moth treatment before the coat is placed in the vault, to scientifically controlled temperatures every minute during the long hot summer months. You can take no chances with your Fur coat. Chemical treatment alone, without refrigeration, is not enough. If refrigeration was not none of the large Fur Storage con- cerns would go to the tremendous expense of having refrigeration in- stalled in their vaults. KNOW where your Fur Coot is kept. Visit the vaults at Lethbridge Furriers, if you so desire, and see them for yourself. At no time of the day is your coat unprotected, for Leth- bridge Furriers are on the premises 24 hours a day. Fur-trimmed or plain cloth coats can also be stored as long as there is storage space avail- able. The cost is 2209 for free pick-up service. LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS 514 Third Avenue S. Next to KWSPAPLRl ;