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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEC THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APEIL health board that an automobile be purchased for the assistant sanitary inspector. Received and filed a communica- tion from the' Salino Valley, B.C., and District Board of Trade to the Lethbridge Board oi Trade urging What the Council Did Tuesday Night Starting their business an hour i vacant in future. earlier than usual paid off for Bylaws Passed aldermen Tuesday evening, thej Bylaws were passec. authorizing of 'he council lasting the; the sale o usual four hours but enabling City 1 residential to 'eave chambers an hour! lots on the, a caar earlier thsn has beea customary between Seventh. Avenues j beswen Lethbridge and! a result of a resolution meeta2s Vancouver To Concentrate BaU Ground Facilities In City INSPIRING LECTURE Ccrv noted blind lecturer, addressed an appreciative audience ia xhe Tuesday sighs -under she of the MI A- It was an insEiring message, Mr. Hanks teSing or ihe mine accident in many years ago thai robbed of his sight and both his aid hew he hsd laced 11? ia his stablest sad solved DANGE Ia the Sagles' Hall TONIGHT. Cards pja. Daaciag 10 p-ra. loloh Deaths also caught the roof of the nearby liouse. Water "sras pumped from a late close by arid ths fife -was coa- ia a short away la the city on Monday, April 22afi, Michael 'Wolioschufc. aged 77 years, of 245-I5th St. N. High Mass which to have been celebrated la St. chrsrch oa Thursday aiorn- "Mr. Johnson, -R-ho is the j v arrangemeats for Americans" said a aumber inay be j settle in the Edmonton district too f At the major project wiU be ia the j Biver district. I The relative cheapness of Cans- ?prid Js oae of the -matn artsac- 1 sioas. la the aorthwestera "Onitea States, from which part most of the j aaaigraats would be dratm, it 5s CUBS TO HIKE and "Sim" divisions of Kb. 4 Wolf Cub Pack at Si. .Augus- wiE eajoy.a breskfast hiEe aad church parade on Soa- fiay, April 28. Approximately 60 Wolf Cubs are expected to partici- pate. The youngsters -will start oat and vfiH wfra to Ssa- dersoa La'se Park, vaere they -wnl cook aaa eat their oreakfast outdoors. Prom Henderson juake the Cubs -win parade to church at o'clock. -Sfter church thsy -Rill msrch to the City EaU, vrhere it is planned, they have their picture takea ia a group on. the steps of the bnflfiisg. 3OTSS JBATEKNITT John Altoa Boss of iethbridge, recsitly became, a. member of TjTnhrta Delta Sigma, national LJD.S. church frateraitr ia iaipres- Eive cereaioaies held at Bringham at Brorp, uiah Tlie Ijambda Delta Slgaia is a na- tional orgaaizatloa of students has as its ofajeetiTe the fos- teriog of religious, cultural, intel- lectual and social ideals. Mr. Hoss graduated from the iethhridge Col- iegiate high EchDOl in 1945 and is majoring ia pre-medicine at Brig- ham Young University. awaiting -She arrival jof Mr. John "oEcschuE froEi Miaaeapplis, Sitenneat: ia St. Patrick's cemefary. rrieaas.aad parishioaers win meet for tirsyers at Martia Bros. Chapel tonight, Wednesday, st 8 o'clock. IMariJn Bros, directors of luaeral sen-ice. PRESENT MINERS' POSITION Hobert livett. of Calgary, prasl- deat of District IS United Mine Workers of America, -who conferred local tmion offidais here Moa- da-p, iafonas the Herald that ihe Eitnalioa relative to the recent tie- up at No. 8 Mine here -was takea up. The position of the miaers, said Mr. Ilvett, -srHl ao-w be presented to the jniae maaageaieat. low Spossible to bay good laad f or ess taaa S100 to an acre. Wilson Electric Opens Enlarged City Store LEGION SECRETARY SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are iavited to meet representa- tives of our comn-flttee at the TJtCJL any'Thursday between the hotCE of 8 aad pan. Oar committee wffi be glad to help you In aay way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee MAJOR C. R. FERGUSON Above is pictured Major polia R. Ferguson, aewly appointed secre- tarv-maaager of the Lethbridge branch of the Canadian Legion, SJE-Si. He will assume his new post shortly. ____ FAT'S TAXI and DELIVERY SERV For prompt and courteous service you can't go -wrong by phoning "ICE v mnr -wri WAX FLOWERS 69o North Lethbridge Hardware If you want comfortable taxi driven, by a courteous driver Phone 4058 STEVE'S TAXI. and Soda Fountain Next to Bus Station 24-Hour Service Opening of their new and en- larged premises oa Third -Avenue Thursday morning is announced by the "Wilson Electric company. Under iie management of J. "W. -who has represented the cozspaay _a the city and Southern Alberta ror a number of Tears, the store is eqtdpaed and staffed to supply the latest and best ia electrical sad gas appliances and arovide efficient servicing for its labor-saving lines. Other staff members are Charles Paulds, -who is ia charge of. the service department, and Alexander Tenaant, -who -will loofc after sales. PREDICTS IttiNT TOURISTS POST "WILLIAM. Oat, April 24 record tourist season for Canada la 1545 -was predicted here by W. M. Neal of Montreal, vice- president of Pacific Hallways. A. and N. Vets General Meeting ARMY AND NAVY CLUB ROOMS TONIGHT, APRIL 24 AT 8 P.M 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all makes of -trasaers and small gas engines. LetWmdf e Appliances St. S. Alf Calhonn Bruce Durfee, LETHBRIDGE LODGE No. 2 I.O.O.F, Will Hold a DANCE Friday, April 26th, at 9 p.m. IN I.O.O.F- HALL AH OddfelloTre, Rebekahs and their are eordiallv inviied. J. M. Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Phone 3S57 Lethbrifige COMING SOON PHONE 28O2 PHONE 3561 BAY OH NIGHT CHAPEL Brrgnfen. prefect vsw PcmJ. ThsfincjJ, s, Jeca proteefivs Spread; forthwr CecftMea ihc SOKKJ S3, White IMPORTANT MEETING LETHBRIDGE RETAIL AND WHOLESALE WORKERS' ASSN. AT THE X ALL MEMBERSHIP BOOKS MUST BE TURNED IN FOR ACCURATE COUNT. THURSDAY, APRIL 25 At 8 p.m. All Members Are Urged to Attend CONSUMERS HARDWARE "THE STORE WITH THE STOCK" D. J. Whimster M. F. Whimster SOLE SOUTHERN ALBERTA DISTRIBUTORS OF B-H PAINTS W. J. HEN3ONG Kobin Hood Kour Mills Limited announces the appoiatment of W. J. Heaning as general manager cf sales ia western Canada. Mr. Hen- has been with Robia Hood for 25 years and, apart from six years with the company in Mont- real, has been situated ia western Canada. The compaay also annouaces the appointment L, HEfCHEY S. E. KNIGHT of W. L. Hiaehey as sales manager of Alberta, and S. E, Kaight as assistant sales maaager of the province. Starting with the company ia British Columbia, Mr. Hinchey was transferred to the Alberta sales division a year ago. Mr. Knight has beea a member of the Robia Hood sales oTgaaisatioa for the past 14 years. THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC By 1946 amendment to the Lethbridge Charter the City Assessor is re- quired" to place on the Voters' List of the city: The aames of all persons, both male full and female, of the full age of twenty-one years, -who are assessed in their o-sa right on the last revised Assessment Roll for real cr personal property of the value of two hundred dollars or upwards, and -where the real property is owaed by two or more per- sons ana is assessed ia their aaaies, each such person be eatitled to be placed on the said Toters' list if the total assessed of the property 3s sufficient trhea divided to givs each person a rating: of two hundred, dollars or more; if otherwise, of such persons shall be entitled to be placed oa the voters' list. The aaaies of the husbaads aad of the persons -whose names appear on the said assessment roll provided appli- catioa ia -writing sigaed by the peisoa assessed is made to the City Assessor oa or before August first ia the year ia which the applicatioa is nsaae to have the husbaad or -wife, as the case may be, of such person placed oa sa3d voters' list, and pro-sided further that the husbaad aad are living together ia the City of Lethbridge at the time of suoa application and that the as- sessed, value of the property assessed ia aame of the husbaad or wife making the applicatioa is over four hundred collars; aad provided farther that the city assessor shall require ana obtain from any such ap- plicant proof satisfactory to him of his or her caalificatioa sad that for that purpose the city assessor or any deputy appoiated by in writing shall aave authority to take from, any such appllcaat a statutory de- claratioa or affirmation proving aay state- ment aiads by the said applicant. The names all corporations as- sessed oa the last revised assessment roll for real or personal property of the value of two hundred dollars or upwards, provided that aay such corporation so entered oa the voters' ist may vote by aay person beiag an officer, member or employee of the cor- poration, but ao person shall vote for more thaa one corporation aad ao persoa shall rbe eatitled to vote for any corporation if he or she is otherwise entitled to The aames of an persons, both, male aad female, of the full age of twenty-one years, who are British subjects by birth or naturalization aad who are residing ia the City of Lethbridge aad who have so resided coatiaaousl- since the 30th day of Novem- ber of the year immediately preceding the year ia which the voters' list is being pre- pared, provided each such persoa in the year for "which the list is beiag pre- pared has made an application to be placed oa the voters' list for fee then current year, ia the manner aad at the time hereinafter set forth and prescribed, to a Segistrar ap- pointed by ihe City Council to receive, iiesr aad record such applicatioaE." NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Thai I, the undersigned, EELSN W. have beea appointed the City Coimcil as Registrar for the year 1945 to receive, hear aad record the applicatioas of aa persons qualified under Clause (d) above-aieatioaed aad set forth and that I or a Deputy appointed 3a writuig by me opea and keep opea duriag the period hereiaaftar mentioned an office for ths registration of persons Qualified uacer the provisioas of Clause (d) aforesaid. The said registration office wul be in the City As- sessors office in the Lethbridge City Hall and it will be kept opea during the months cf May, June, July and August ia each year betweea the hours of nine ia the forenoon and five in the afternoon of each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of said period and between the hours of two ia the afternoon and aine in the eve- ning of each Saturday of the said period. AXD FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that sH persons duly qualified under the of Clause (d) aforesaid who appear ia per- soa 'at the said Registration Office caring the period aforesaid shall upoa before the officer ia charge of said Regis- tration Office (who is authorized and em- powered to administer the same) aa oath or affirmation or solemn declaration that he or she Is so qualified, be eatSQed to be registered as a voter, asd the registrar is required to place the aames and addresses of all such persons oa the list of registered voters. Erery persoa upon registration as afore- said is required to state to the officer ia charge of the Registration Office whether he or she is a public school supporter or a separate school supporter, and the said registratioa officer is required to mark the list accordingly. DATED at Lethbridge. Alberta, this