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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL Unit Here! COUNCIL DID MONDAY ,___ i twn nips did not S3 Men Sought for Permanent Force of the R.C.A.F. j HoMtrot council meetings tion companies did not give any 'instead 5: has Few recruits for the siiauJst force of the Koyai Cana- an Air Force had appeared before the recruiting oSieers in the cuis hotel here Tuesday morning. but the officers were- expecting s. heaw nish curing the afternoon i. awSe recruitiag unit which Is "in" the a; the present Is IE. charae of Smith of Xo. 2 Air Comnianc. acccacoacMd by tie Large _ in 70 ground traces are required, and it is for tnese ground irades that the officers are chiefly interested in recruiting. Kecrtnts are sought fcr reorganise! band of No. 2 Air Com- mand, and tsis trade offerj> great opportunities for any minded youths. The tratran; in-; eludes full musical tuition, embrac- ing harmony, theorv. co'.irit'erpo; types construction. We SEA CADET LOG the this afternoon. were demanded. They are to meet again this, Ttiesdav. afternoon a: to con-1 Surplus ui sider of contracts for Council receivec a -ne construction of i-arious local f the iJfthbriose Elas f White Port Arthur Kenora Winnipeg indcn report IronjsReglna Cluo Tuesday, before ith The Herald, she rs emphasised that yoiing men their careers ine the advantages avaiiah-e In service Ufe isith :he H-CJi-i. lsbi qtshfy lor eatonsen: should read over the raies ol pay as pa'oishec on Monday, sad cos- pare these rates the salaries Meetings Trades Council A. meeting of the Lethbrldge, Titles and Labor Council wai be j held Wednesday evening sn the new Trades CcincH halL liam to Persons In jo-ning the permanent force, but who are able to co-tacs tie recruiting of- mav get. the necessar." infcr- mation and appbestiDS forms the post orllce. Council Deals With Land Sales Lethbricge's city ceuncil is doing a land office "easiness in sell- t- hour earlier than perrait thoroagn cUscus- sicn cf the proposed cine centre development. Indicating the raass of bzisiness which came before the coancii Monday evening was the fact that 5S were repaired 10 dis- pose of it, 45 of these involving by- laws authorizing 15 land sales. At 53 60 38 45 48 57 58 56 57 56 55 62 70 65 62 64 60 Forecast forecasts issued 33 31 13 20 32 37 3-i 32 35 33 35 37 S3 29 23 46 the the _ j Swif Current and expenses" 04. AMerssen; Medicine Hat authorized return of the ijethbndge license fee deposit but asked the Calgary J Elks to submit a report explaining (Edmonton 1 the use of the profits- Vancouver Sasoort was gliea to the city. 1 engineer's approval for the instalia- official forecasts issues at ii SraPSe tionof two gasoline pumps April 16. by the Dooaruoa in Theodore at his garage site public weather office at Edmonton, inspection comes .a on 1511 Third" Arenue South. valid mud Wednesday: fomteg cloudy Wednesdav racrriing. A protest from R. V. Maynard. laeihbndge ____IT, April Dh-isions uere reMrted to usual good of cadets and olficers. Classes were not under -1 wav imrcediajely after divisions. I Signalling and gunnery occupied main. deck, other seamanship classes were held in the classrooms. .04" The second training period was -shortened a little to provide time i to muster ship's company into p3a- toons for quarters. The jband plajed the down at Quarters. lz. Arnold announced a special par- .03 ade to trie Capitol theatre for j Thursday, Acril 12. He said that 11 She wished a. good turnout as it weeks. This special parade auto- I ciated by the cadete >-----T- maticaUy cancelled shooting and j The fast action of the M.T.B.S the Coaidale parade for Apnl 12. j pleased the cadets very much. Thursday, April i After the show the cadets Ship's company, including Coal- j marched back to the ship where dale cavision, were fallen in on the they were complimented on their parade ground at 1840. At 18451 smart appearance by U.. Phillips, ship's company moved off under is. I Ee clso jjrsisesi the band lor their Sutherland's command. Proceeding j fine nlaying curing parade, by way of Fifth Avenue the parade shin's company was dismissed as arriied at at the theatre at 1900 i 2150. and at once marched MIK> their' reserved seats. The picture. "They I Were was weli appsre- j Ball Workout sac a on tzie laoie wecsiesaay iiu leeting of the Lethondge 35, hear obrecuons Moderate sout! ncuijsuaj.. cloudy Wednesdav rncmmg. Medicine Hat tonight 35. ght vsrednesdav 60. Moderate lOiilfflir 3.w il'fn J'rf---Q .UB meeting 19 land sales A protes: iruai n. we-e massed to a certain change in the; becoming overcast torught anc c! u Alderman Dr. zoimJTylaw, was laid on the table} Wedr-esday Low torrtght a- winds "15 m.pJu increas- T ETsrowa. until the special meeting of the! Lethondge 3o, high Wednesday 60.ime to 20 afternoon. "Three" tenders came before the council on May 27 Catrilis seaiw fastball elufc will hold its; first norkcut M'ed- itcsdar eveuiBg at 7 pJB- on 18th Avenue North. Players are rrqocstrd to meet at the the manager, Mike Yanosilc, 1228 16th Avc. X_ and the prac- tice irill be held on a nearby diamond. All players and others interested in joining the club are united to attend. HALO SHAMPOO 30cand50c COLGATE TOOTH PASTE 25c and 40c Jackson Draffin PHONE 3364 WE DELIVER se; Letnoncge 30. nign wecBexsa? w-jujg to 20 this afternoon, ns, Moderate southeast winds 15 la-P-o-. shifting to moderate west winds 15 rr. shif strong southwest 2a m.p.h.' _. _ .av if to near i if! io amendments to the bylaw. Mr. I shifting strong southwest 2a m.p.h. jn.pJTWght. mssswd that the area --teJBeaae? for I fact tha; hundreds of ha-.e the current buiic- JjOOSS- i Viii In conducting their business Mon- tvoes of- construction, as required day evening, aldermen passed JD can fOr tenders, the consrruc- i authorizing the sale of land; White Construction Gen- eral" Construction Company (A1- bertai Ltd., and Christerjsen Broth- "suprj'vaig their bids by stating their rsiices for the work on a per and Jmeal foot basis prices for different ng agreed Thf Moose lodge No. 792 .-____ Women's Chapter will hold a joint authorizing the sale of la meeting on Tuesday. Apnl 15tn in Oj jjjaje involving resident the Carsadian Ijegion IHali at 9 to z All brothers and sisters are asked to attend. Viaduct Lodge No. 53, TO.CXF. are holding a whist drive in ths Odd FeEows hall tonight at S'30. All Odd re2ows and 2ebekahs are cordially invited. Attention Horse Lovers One of the finest sound movies been arocured for shoTrmg irt Lethbridge'of the Tennessee Walk- ing Horse and other American, sad- dle horses Anyone interested is invited April 18th at the Marquis Eotel at 8 run. Silver col- lection. Presented by the Leih- bridse Saddle Club. 000 IS The offer came from the Union j Tracio- and SquiDment Comcany. i wishing to purchase two lots on the _---------- south side of Second Avenue South feena Tuesday were generally between 12th Street 3 and I3th j and sonngtime rl O" _ Weather Favors Seeding In South Conditions across southern Al- Births Mr and Mrs. W. H Courtney of Burmis. announce the birtn of a sou. wnbert Stephen, on April 9ti> in the Gait Hospital. 1585 Mr. Mrs. Cliff WiSiarns (nee Freda announce tte birth of'a'son, Douglas Wayne, on Sundav. April 14th at St. Michael's Hospital. 1589 Mr. and Mrs. C. R. J. Parsons siawunce. the birth of daughter, i Oeraldme Adele, on Apni 13fn at Gait Hospital 1602 Deaths away on. April Mth, Christian Peter, aged 76 years, of Wrentham. Funeral ser- Tlces inH be conducted in. Stirling on Wednesday April 17th at 2 pan. Interment in the Sdriiag Christensen Sros. funeral directors. 1625 Cards Of Thanks r A. Seal family wish to ex- press to their friends, sincere grati- tude and for the many kind- nesses and floral tributes received durine their recent bereavement. Especially wish to foantr the following: H. F. EJlert, W. S. Stnngam, C. V. Appim, J. A. Jochun- J. E- Collin. Lee Bair, B. Sc. Peter Geo. A. Horaer, Eobt. JohBston, Jim Gibson, G. siTirTafr D. Weir, H. Leslie, Geo. ThomtiEon, 3tSrs. G. N- Giles. Ida Moir "and the nurses staff oi the Gait Hospital. 1624 ORNI CHAPEL Lctfibridoe. Afta Street for the full assessed price of the 50 per cent rebate clause pnlying if the buildrag is ccm- withii-. one year. Irt disposing of an offer from J- l. Christie and C. 3. Rud for a lot n the east side of 13'h Street be- tween Second and Third Avenues P used as the site for a vehicle ___LI shop and auto body shop, jouacil urged the applicants to select another location, either oti Second Avenue South or in the .orth side industrial area. The ap- licants explarced they planned to xect a building valued a' lie lot is assessed at Hold for Council decided to hold five lots the Leth- generally! weather -Beocrts from bncge railway division described conditions as clear 10 partlv cloudy, mostly calm snd mild, with temperatures hovering close to the 50 degree mark. A few noted lish; southwest winds. The weather was 5ne for seeding which is proceeding in all areas. In the city the weather was warm. with a. Sighs soathwess wind blow- ing sz s. velociiv of 25 rnilfts per hour shortly before noon. Tempera- tures a; that time remained a; 64 degrees. Maximum temperature recorded here on ifcndsy" WES 65 degrees. used for residential purposes Renew Lease On Park i of the lease on the por- I tion of Adams Park used as a base- j ball was granted to the' Miners' Library Board for another year on the saine terms and condi- j tions as contained in previous" leases, the yearly rental being si. i Fellow aldermen extended their: congratulations to Alderman Fred! Srceed on his having completed 25 vears as president of the Lethbridge j Trades and Labor Council. j Alderman L. S. Turcoite suggest- ed that when legal notices of pro- j posed changes in the zoning bylaw are published by the city that they, be presented in a manner which could be readily understood by thej average citizen, his complaint being i that majority of citizens did not j know wliat "areas were involved, when only the legal description of lands were given. i Hat be- SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invited to meet representa- tives of oar committee at the any Thursday between die hours of S and pja. Our committee will be glaa to help you ni any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee ANGUS G, MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 1M BLDG. DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA HARDWOOD R CHECK UP ON YOUR IMPLEMENTS CHECK UP ON YOUR TRUCKS AND WAGONS We Stock Hardwood Lumber Such as BIRCH, OAK AND BASSWOOD FOR REPAIRS FOK FARM MACHlNTiRlT. IMPLEMENTS, WAGOXS, TRUCKS. Etc. ATLAS LUMBER COMPANY LTD. Phone 3384 1602 Third ATemte S. n the south see of Third Avenue between 15th and 16th Streets or the erection of a suostanual uilding. This decision, was reached after an offer was received for two f the lots from S. SUingson, who wished the site for a repair build- ng and installing oil filters and arts. Two more of the lots were .sought by M. Berry for a lunch counter building. The onlT bylaw passed wmch did not involve residential property was one authorizing the sale of a lot and a Tiaif on the southwest corner of 15th Street and Second Avenue South to S. J. Gammon for the erection of a blacksmith mop. Bylaws Passed Bvlaws were also passed author- izing the sale" of the following resi- dential sites: Two lots oa the east sloe of 15th Street between 10th Avenue and .Oth Avenue A South, to Albert 3reen for Two lots at 635 I6th Street South to S. Bain for S205. One and a half lots on the west side of 16th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues South to A. redesco for is. A lot and a half at 630 Street South to J. "SL Kaisman for Three lots on the west side of !7th Street between Sixth and Sev- enth Avenues South to Aid. it S. Turcotte for 530750. Two lots on the west side of 17th Street between sixth and Seventh Avenues South, to 'S. "S. Bartram for S205. Two lots on the northwest comer of 17th Street and Seventh Avenue North, to R. A. Pierson for S85.50. Ftmr lots on the southeast corner of 15th Street and 13ta Avenue A South to Mrs. M. Crossley for Two lots on the northwest comer of 15th Street and 13th Avenue A Sonta to Mrs. R. E. Brewer for Two lots on the west side of 16th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues South to L. Knight for S205. Two lots on toe north side of Seventh Avenue South between 13th and 20th Streets to Mrs. D. M. Hed- eustrora for Two lots on the east side of 17th Street between. Sixth and Seventh Avenues to A. Knnigisids lor S205. Two lots on the east side of 12th Street C Xortb, between Fourth and Fifth Avenues to Mrs. Mary Tack- ulic for S120. Two lots on the west side of 16th Street and Seventh Avenues South to R. Turner for while the oversight 33. just one degree above the freez- ing mark. DALBT TO COAST POST It was announced in "Win- nipeg todav that Trars-Can.- ada Air Lines will establish immediately a regional head- quarters in Vancouver for all sales promotion and traf- fic department activities from Winnipeg to the Pac- ific Coast, la this way traf- fic administrative ftmctiocs will be decentralized in or- der to cooe with expanding services. "W. J. Delay, for- merlv traffic manager in WinniDeg, becomes traffic manager" for western division at A BERING GAP Alaska and Russia are separated by only 56 miles of open sea" Just Arrived! A Shipment Of Lilac Bushes Double and single, at PLANT SHRUBS NOW Frache BROS., LTD. For, shrubs phone 2003 Wear Send Them As GIFTS! ler FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP Phcre 2666 Sixth Street S. WORIDFOOO RGENCV Starvation threatens in the Far East and hunger in Europe. We are sending food. We must send more. The need is now until harvest I i must help feed a hungry world serious shortage of food in certain areas of the world was expected, but crop failures in many areas, and lack of distribution facilities, seeds, and tools in others created a food shortage of alarming proportions. Oniy immediate deliveries of staple foods can sustain the hungry millions. PRODUCE AND SAVE Since 1939, our per capita record of food ex- ports has exceeded that of any other country. Food production has soared. Canadians have eaten well in spite of war. Today, the seriousness of the world's food situation calls for even greater efforts. We can increase our food shipments and still have enough for our needs. THIS IS WHAT WE CAN DO We can ship more WHEAT, FLOUR, MEATS, CHEESE and EGGS if as great quantities as possible are made available for shipment daring the next four months. PRODUCERS! DELIVER TO MARKET. CONSUMERS! BUY LESS OF THESE BUY ONLY FOR IMMEDIATE NEEDS WASTE NOTHING PLANT A GARDEN SUBSTITUTE VEGETABLES FOR AS MANY OF THESE VITAL FOODS AS YOU CAN. This will increase supplies at storage depots, thus freeing additional needed foods for the world's hungry. There can be no permanent prosperity for us or anyone... while hunger and despair afflict large areas of the world. Food Information Committee of THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA Ho. t :WSPAPLRI ;