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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 1J, 1946 Gty Salvage Drive Concluded After Outstanding Record Made CoSecsIoa of salvage has i Services CoiracQ received the Obituary cteaded.lri Grant county, -where she j, i predeceased bj her CltV DUVS in 1S06. In ISO! siie married to i Peter S'nker. and rsoxed to Bow Island in" 1912. In 1913 they took by CarapbelL Mrs. Letnbridse IOJXE. Women's striker was born in Densmore. j S10o. TE 1944 the asaoun: England, on June 13. funeral of tne up a homestead in tee Classford late Sirs. Rebecca M. Strjker wsus f where she bad since re- held in the Orion United church! She was predeceased b-. her neei, fee Hev. Jos. Neden, sou of the deceased, officiating, assist- ed i SiX850.78, beneszing Caeca's "sra in 1929. surviving are seven sons. Francis Keden cf Ciarfcson. Ont.; Joseph Xecen oz Tola. Clarence Kedea of Orion; Peter Deloert Stry- Bullivant Shoe Store at 'Hat 1875, and _ _ came to" Canada -anil her parents. "caigarv- George Fiojd. Earl Mr anc Mrs. Joseph Mrchell, as a Cecil and Glee. Alfred Strvker. all g-ri. setl'JRg near She married >n m 1SS3. remaining den for a short time anc juicceii ui is-atiu. to Lethcndge. Later of East Coulee. Alta: thev home- Eserof: of! esvioj St. Green, owner of the Bon Ton Shoe Store, Lethbridge, parchasec the BuUiraat Shoe Store. South KaJlvav Si. a; Medicine Hat this week from Isaac BuUnaat. former >f tha: city. Arnouat of Montreal Toronto white Elver Fort Arthur Keaora Winnipeg Brandon Moose Jaw Saskatoon Prince Albert asocinted D-K-: Sl.OOO to Commumt} Ma: or A. :or War Services Deaths away ITS tie A. :or War Services AuMLary use: W tne sroa? f Sl.OOO to M'jmcspal Chapter for as'eaxel-ent lob worthy and balance of 560.72- Apsri. 64 c'-i'-a-air-s -aork Aldennsn to Gall Eospitsu Ladies Ala. j years. h'jsbanc of" llarv Ossrabons ceased Aacouscisg: of zasscnv of N. A short j "it oe cooeuctm from Bros. Caapel on 14th at 2 45 followed bv trie ftinerai service from St. Peter ana St Pen! Church at 3 pjn. Rev. Fr. A. Choronzy officiating. Inter- ment in St. Patrick's cemetery. friends please meet for praiers I tonight (Satarcay) in Chnstensen 3rcs Chape! at Chnstensea Bros, funeral directors. 1537 n and relaai and on the Fastison Fuceral Home. Three Tenders For Concrete Work 46 53 51 51 62 63 68 69 70 60 62 64 66 64 60 64 55 54 54 30 32 25 22 34 32 44 44 42 40 .09 39 45 47 41 33 36 Vancouver...... Victoria....... Forecast Official forecasts Issued it 11 ajn.. Saturday. April 13, by the business m Medicine Hat for 42, Dominion public vreather of Dee at vears. Mr. Bullivans has no inmied- i Edsnomon. valid unul noicraghi iate slsns other than a faolSoay the Pacific coast. j Lethbridge in the south portion this aftemooa. other- wise clear today and Sunday, low Itcnight at Lethbridge 36 and high j Sunday 68 Moderate north winds of 15 decreasing to ugh' Sunday. Medicine Hat Region Cloudy. i clearing: this afternoon. Low tonight ;at Medicine Hat 40. high Sunday 70. Moderate north winds of 15 m.pJx. decreasing to light Sunday. Y.M.C.A. FIKESIDE A special treat is in store for those attending the regular Sunday fireside at the TJM.C.A Three special sound pic- tures secured bj the local library j film conuruuee from Ottawa TRll be 1 'shown. The titles are: "Flight of the art; "Paint- ers of National Synipnony by Snostako-! "rich. These are outstanding films in the realm of music art. The i 39 .071 Other program items include 37 JO music, discussion and refreshments, i A prices board official In Mont- real said that infractions of the retail price ceilings oa meat are rare in the Montreal area. Monday evening. tenders received came from i local to toe grm of S5JK5 87. In 1343 War LIEUT.-COL CORMACK RETIKES FROM ARMY Lieut -Col. E. W. Ccrmack. EjD_ Canacian Arnllery, has from the CaaadiEn anny after sac service Ee iras one cf the cess knoira amilery officers crom trus province to serve m tne overseas thestre. A former cesn of the faculty o- at the University of Al- berta and s larmer on an extensive scale at Ahs. he served as a gunner in the Hovai Plelc Ardliery -jn the PITS: Great War before coping to Canada. Later he attended the Tfciversity of Alberta and was in ihe C.OT.C. there. A graduate of the Canadian Staff course, he was jzec at the start of the war in 1939 in ihe rank of Esajor and in Janu- arr. 1S41. was appointed to com- mand the loth Field Reganeat, E.C.A-. 121 the rank of lieutenaiit- colonei. Scbsajuentlr he cornrcscded the 8th Lieht Anti-Aircrsf t Jtegrmpnt, E.CJtJand for a penod in 1945. after the cessation of Hostilities, he teraoorarily in command of the 4th Canadian. Armoured Division overseas. Meetings awav April ?th, Rooert Henry GUlespie, aeed 39 years. services, conducted by the RST. Leslie Grant, be helc in Si Augustin's Chinch on Mondav, April 15ch at 2 pjn. In- Three tenders hare been received j the Bennett and White Construe- i br Cltv Manager J T Watson for j tioa company of Calgary, General, the construction of 14.000 square: Construction Company vards of concrete sidewalk and Ltd., of Lethbridge. and Christensen Q crossings and 3SJ36O lineal fees of Brothers, building contractors ie' concrete curbs and gutters, it isras i this area. i officiailv acaounceo Satsircay, The call for tenders for the con- noon after the deadline for recsir- strucuon urogram was sent out af- ing bids had estiired. f ter the city found itself STramped All three tenders were received i vrath other work and unable to con- tenrent. m Mountain ceme- j shortlv before noon and not be j struct sidewalSs. curbs and gutters funeral i rVie miT-mi irs denaranenta this rear. tery. ors- Martin Bros, funeral cirec- 1535 opened until the council meeting with its own departments thjs year. Tte RECORDS RDWN5 20th (3) Field Battery R.C.A- swav in a. Letnbidze local hospital on Samrosy, April _ __ orders issued by Msjor L. 13ih, Christina, aged rone months, S. officer commanding i beloved cf Mr. ana Mrs be! Juuus Xagey of 713-lSth Screes N. held in the annorv for the week j Funeral arrangements wm be an- April 20; ncunced later. Marda Bros, funeral jL Battery parade on Monday, j Apr4 15 a: 1945 hours. 2. The band parade on Wed- nesday. Apii 17. at" 2000 hours 3. Of5cers. NC.O.'s and special- ists on Thursday, April 18, at 1S45 hours. 1538 dress. ner syllabus. Capt A. Jacobson for Major L_ S. Turcoite, Commanding In Memoriam DANCE-TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 13th St and 7th Arc. N. AIR COXBITIOXED Ladies ................25e DANCE EVERT SATURDAY Orders for the week commenciag April 15. Ship's company will psiade at the snip on Mondav, Aanl 15. PlE hours. Rig of the with blue jerseys, greatcoats optional. per syllabus. Ail caps and uniforms are to be to stores Monday, April 15. Coaldale platoon Trill parade at the snip "Chinook" oa Monday, April 15. Fall in at the- Community hall -n Coaldale- at 1845 hours and proceed to Lethbridge. Rig cf tne wita blue Jerseys, greatcoats optional. per syllabus, iieafc. N. Pm'lips, Training Officer, for Tieur. H. A. Arnold, R.C.SC.C. I Tolefct OUR CHINESE SPECIALTIES SUEY MEIN SWEET AND SOTJB In loving memory of oar dear father, Kenneth I. Dorea. wco passed a'arsy April 14. 1S44 j No- length of nms will ever diro our memories of you. i Ever remembered by the familv. i Kcture Butte, Alta. 1523 AUTOMATIC COAL STOKERS 110 VOLT AXD 32 VOLT CHARLTON AND HILL Phone 2599 Lethbridge In loving raemorr of rav dear' daughter. Susie Matthews, who passed away April 13, 1935. Tonight the stars are gleaming, On a lonely, silent grave. Where sleeps in dreamless slumber, One vre loved but could sot save. May heaven's winds blow softly, O'er thai sweet and hallowed soot. Where the one we loved lies sleep- ing, Who never will be forgot. i Ever remembered by her loving mother, Mrs. John. G. i 1493 In loving memory of ray dear wife and our mother, who passed awav ApzE 13, 1936. Gone is the face we loved so dear. Silent the voice we loved to hear, sad, but true, we wonder wfiy. The best are always the first to die. Ever remembered her husoand. James H. Matthews and daughters. Irene and Bessie. 1492 'In loving memory of our dear mother, Mrs. Emma Roberts, passed away Aoru 14th, i944- Memories are treasures no one can steal, Death leaves a iieErtache no one can heal, Loved dearly m life and living yef. In the hearts of those who will never forget. Sadly missed by her daughters. Jenny, Doris and Margaret NOTICE TO COW OWNERS AE persons wishing to keep a cow within the limits of the city are required to obtain a permit from, the City Health Department. Application m-ist be made at the City Office by April 30th, 1946. Any person keeping a cow without such a permit Is liable to prosecution. CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT sons Arthur and Thomas 1512 Cards Of Thanks Mrs. Robert G. Kergan and f: to exDress their appreciation to their many friends who sent expressions of sympathy, loaned j cars or assisted in any isray daring their recent bereavement. 1511 CHRISTENSEN BROS. PHONE 28O2 AXD MAXT OXHEB DISHES DAY NIGHT SERVICE All comfortably heated cars with careful drivers who think of your welfare first. 2224 BILLS TAXI WHEN YOU NEED A TAXI, PHONE 210a flFl'll ST. S. BILL LAZARICK Electrolux Cleaners Service Snpnlies rhooe 4481 1264-3rd Ate. S. (Canada) Limited FOR QUICK, DEPENDABLE SERVICE PHONE 4566 FOR A CITY TAXI HEATED CARS 34-HOUR SERVICE BICYCLE TIRES, TUBES AXD ACCESSORIES North Lethbridge Hardware FREE CITY DELIVERY DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT and every Wednesday and Saturday MUSIC BT DOW'S RHYTHMERS ATTENTION FARMERS! ASK US ABOUT YOUR ANIMAL HEALTH PROBLEMS All veterinary biologlcals pro- perly refrigerated in our new General Electric commercial unit. Jackson DRUGGISTS Announcement P. Staples Brown M.D., C.M. has opened an office at IK Maclean Block, Calgary, Alberta. Particular attention to Skin Diseases Phone M5344 Residence: 3033 Street, West SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are Invited to meet representa- tives of our committee at Y-M.C-A. any Thursday between the hours of 8 and 9.30 pjn. Our committee will be glad to help you in any way possible. dge Rehabilitation Committee You Can Build This Home Now No Delay No Waste Economical A complete house shipped in one carload from. Vancouver, includ- ing windows, doors, flooring, shingles, everything, in two tune. All pre-cut, fitted, bundled and plainly marked, ready to assemble. Smular to illustration above or several other plans to choose from. Write, phone or caE In at Alberta Lumber Products Co. 2018-Second ATC. S. Z018 IT CAN HAPPEN YOU! Protect yourself against collision, public liability, property damage, fire and theft. For rates apply W. M. HARRIS AGENCY Phone 2343 Hun Block Directois of FUNERALSERVKE r PHONE 3561 DAY OR NIGHT I CHAPEL 1 Uihbridqe, Atta Office ft ft p-y Res. M47G2 WVLUAJK.1 WM18 AUTO WHEEL REPAIRS and DISTRIBUTORS Ton can now change TOUT TRACTOR FROM STEEL TO RUBBER We can supply TVIDE-BASE RIMS 4. WHEELS (for longer tire mileage) Together With Expert Service. Also Truck Wheefc Rims. Pass- enger Wheels, TtaHer .Axles and Tractor Rims. ABENDS 603 FIRST ST. EAST 514703 Hardy Perennials Flowering Shrubs Small Fruits We invite you to see us at the Farmers' Market every Saturday. C. Wesselman 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 cMldren, tnt Ideal for every member of the famBr 10V2C Per Quart Phone 4124 and arrange to have oar driver or get it at your grocer's PURITY DAIRY SPRING COATS, SUITS OR PLAIN ONE-PIECE DRESSES CLEANED AND PRESSED We have just installed a Steam-Aire Garment Finisher We will finish all -with fabrics adaptable to this ne-w method of finishing. Brings out original newness and no imprints such as the conventional pressing will do, especially on soft-finished materials. AH ottr customers are weH so win yon be. GIVE US A LEE DUCK DRa CLEfiHERS 330 13TH ST. X. PHONE 2770 From FRACHE'S MODERN FLOWER SHOP Caster the joyous opening of spring'. Share yonr Easter happi- ness irith friends, near and far. Send them flowers from our nice selection of Daffodils Carnations Tulips Iris Snapdragon Stocks Roses Hydrangeas Rambler Roses Cinerarias Calceolarias Kolenchnes Azaleas Easter Lflies Potted Tnlips Potted Daffodils Ferns Place your order now for a Gardenia or Orchid to wear on Easter Sunday.____________ PHONE 2666 SIXTH STREET SOUTH TONIGHT Marquis Hotel to PER COUPLE (TAX COUPLES ONLY ADMITTED MUSIC BY HI-HAiTERS ORCHESTRA ;