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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1946 SUNSHINE HIGHWAY LINK GIVEN OFFICIAL US. RECOGNITION Rroai Great Palls, Moat., comes original maps showed a leg leading __ _, _ _ i_ fir A i TO THE HERALDS CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN TO VISIT CITY word that XJnlted States Highway Ko. 91, from Sweet Grass, Mont, to froai Coetir d'Alene. tiie Canadian line and none leading Monica, a, point on the Montana- Idaho line on the all-weather road: south Montana, Idaho and I cently, Montana obtains tne oni} Utah and on to California, has uonn-south and east-ia-est junction become a part of the United States! between the Pacific primarv- highwav system. Great Lakes. The nearest route to This "announcement is important Canadian points is north from to Alberta as it reveals that, United Grand Forks and mere again there States highway authorities no corresponding southern leg. uizse the International Sunshine Just what, Montana's acceptance highway as the primary connecting j of its liok in tie link in this region between Mon- i system eventually will mean, higa- tana and Albena roads. The fact .way engineers were unprepaieti to that the Sweet i say. However, it. a known tnat bridge connection was selected was Montana nas an unusuaUy large not surprising to those close 10 the i amouni of the total or W.OMU highwav development situation here -on whicli construction stancards as as, nas been ladicated for some 3 will be higher, man the average, lume j Hereafter, lor, there will Announcement Ircm Helena be no uiaber bridge or culvert con- The announcement was made in struction oa either Ko. 91 nor No. 10. a news story IroEi Helena. Montana The fact, that the government state cacital, and printed in the finally decided to make its northern torv i connection for this area at Sweet that consideration. Iceman a Friend GOING TO COAST -r -5- -s- -r, -r- -i- j Deputy Mead of R.C.M.P. Says Force Stressing Crime Prevention j The efforts of ifcp Royal Canadian Tarougbous the country an effort. Mounted Polics to insul in the Do-1 is being made to have merabers of minion's trie knowledge of j the Soyal Canadian Mounted Police good citizenship; to aevelop their speak to groups of children oa characters aioai tic lines of good, pics such as history of lau% police and to win then- confidence so that and the public, the history of tne they will look upcn policemen as R.C.M.P. and it stands for. valuable and considerate friends ana; courtesy, safety on highway, ana counsellors, were mentioned by Be-> a variety of similar subjects- puty Commissioner P. J. Mead of A fine type of young Canadian is Ottatra when he vas intervie-sred i represented in the Hoya! Canadian. Saturday fav the Herald. I Mounted Police, and they sho'Jld be Great Falls Tribune. The follows. U.S. Highiaray No. 91. from Siveei Grass to Monida lias become a part of the integrated federal primary highwav svstrau. Decision of the highway com- mission to accept the allocation of No. 91 for iiigher construction stand- ards than are required on other primary roads in Montana means that the state becomes the cross- roads of east-west and north-south travel because U.S. Ko. 10. the most heavily travelled of the northern transcontinental routes was oa the original federal program. Selection of No. 91. which cori- I connection for Grass indicates I has been given to Canadian plans. There is taik of Canada building a new road north in Briush Colurn- uiiik .tliuch. with, the original proposal necs north of Coeur d'Alene. south of San Diego. ROBERT E. DAY in the course of his annual inspec- apart from their duties in the iCrce. foa of div-; Headquarters recenUy earned oat i isions At one tiov -as officer a partial survey of youth work beio? commanding the detach-; done by members of the force, and j i naent He also served at Pori Mac- i they fouad that results of past j mn-P than so rears asro. accomplishments have bees very Southern Alberta Fanner Suggests Three Plans For Coaxing Out Wheat enough of tax -ssitli the world price of a oussei Sefore the recent price booss of 3ft cents bushel fay the zcaiaaa: present srice S2J5 at Dututh. ______________ _____ _.. Man farmer litit sre asking, sot onlv here, bus over small amounv of -srheat, sell Jie whole North Ajnerican contia- i under toe presen; three-year spread i ens where a'oout, the only surplus; for income tax, holding his pro- wheat in the whole world is to be i ducer certificates subject; to iacoma can wheat growers, with more than bushels still is the aias o; tlie railway diviston, be coaxed into parting with their wheat? That is the ques- tion food experts a the leod more than 30 years ago. KEG. T. ROSE Reg. T. rtose. executive secretary Robert Toronto, president The "Mounties" are devoting more gratifying. j of the of Ui- Csmadtan Jewellers Associa- and more thought to the matter of Sound Ideal merce for -he as, .our-y ?ion who wiU be in Lethbridge on J crime prevention, and thev believe J "I believe the idea! is sound and; formerly or ustr.Sndse. nas resisr. 'jih to attend jewellers' meet- j .jjey can do a great, deal of edsiea-. hope it -iill bear frast eventaaJy. Resident Dav will annquncs tkoil wors throu3h the schools by Good seed does as a .------------I -ce can develop the deaaocra: is to prevent a lad from a delinquent. to accept the pos; of secretary of the Vancouver Board of Trade. A S100.C09 11 annqunce j __orl: through the schools by Good seed does as a rule." ce saia. tryi-jg to give children the correct, "I feel shas we can do eweUeralri- thf the police in I to develop the democratic ideal." js, rranarfian pre- fabricated at the company's Jigs north of the Internationa! Han es- ter Company buildir.c in the sams mar.ner as v.a.s used for prefabricat- ing the first lot Rapid Process delays through short- ages of flooring and insulation rr.a- f terials, rapid progress is now beirsp made on completing the first lot of Wartime houses and a few will be ready for occupancy as soon as painting is completed. Mayor A. W. Shackieford receiv- ed confirmation Saturday thai the crowu company had decided to con- 1 struct the second lot of homes here and. with more than 200 residences alreadv tinder construction in the city, lie is 01 the opinion that an in the local houFir.g situation car. be expected next fan. "Our housing shortage seems to have reached its peak but an im- provement in the situation can be expected in short September, when the shortage should be alleviated considerably by JK.-rnes now un- der he explained. the situation is I very light.' Supina Store News PHONES 2766 A -D 2966; BUTCHER 3456 FREE DELIVERY CHOCOLATE SYRUP, Danny Boy PILCHARDS, Clover Leaf, tails, 2 for SPAGHETTI, 2 for 16-oz. glass, 51c 34c 37c MUSTARD, prepared horse radish MEAT SAUCE. Tip Top, bottle SUNNY BOY, package 19c 19c 27c HeW is a gst of Employment Opporfljnitjes now available through the Local flatiooal Office, "and also opporfun.fjes through the Cross-Canada NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE MEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Wanted Elsewhere Cooks Coal Miners Auto Draftsman and Compiler Geologist Saddle Maker Plumbers Tinsmith Musicians Instructors for Vocational Training Baker Salesman (Commission) Salesman (Insurance) Auto Mechanics Plumbers Tailors Coal Miners Farm Couples Cooks Welders Carpenters Construction Laborers Shoemaker Electricians WOMEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Charnbermaicis (Country) Cooks for farms Pressers Experienced Bookkeeper Hospital Kelp Seamstresses Laancirv Workers Stenographers (Experienced) Dayworkers llaids (Country and City) Waitresses (Country ;md City) Housekeepers for Farm Every National Employment Office offers employment opportunities, both in its own area and from other districts in Canada. If able to fill any of the jobs here listed, or if seeking employment, contact your nearest Local Office of the NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Dominion Labour Department Humpkrry JftitchfU of labour Drpul? Hinwtrr Knights of Columbus SPRING FROLIC Marquis Hotel WEDNESDAY, MAY 1st DANCING 9tol DRESS OPTIONAL Alberta Ranch Boys' Orchestra Admission: 75c Each Everybody Welcome ;