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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE'18, 1946 Help Suffering Europe CARLOAD OF CLOTHING GATHERED IN DRIVE Three all-cut c hundred workers and SO. headquarters ihe first were joined Monday night in the JES with loads of clothing, National Clothing Collection of it well packed and in exceSJenr THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN Mayor A. Shackleford, Hamilton, chairman of the trans- portation committee, Mrs. T. H. McCready. divisional commissioner Army-Navy Head Addresses Unit Dominion President Loais Howard of Selkirk. Man_ was welcomed by the Lethbridge unit of the Army Navy veterans association on evening when he delivered iress to the gathering at era! public was very good although j which President B. S. Lawrence thp amount of clothing gathered. presided, not oisite ao 10 that of the last Comrade Howard said he was oTrtTGu-' campaign4 when 37.GOQ pounds were proud to have.served as Dominion of leaders and general: gathered. I president in the oldest veterans as- to Foremen remained on duty at the i sociatsoa in the world, it having tte at Arena all night .and Wednesday recently celebrated it, jottb anni- I Scouts, is the j the gen- j sociatlon had always been reluctant response was 100 per cent and we erous donations of local oakeries are most said Slaver Sand dairies, refreshment were to advertise what it did for the ser- vice man, this had been a iaiip Sha-klBford who headed up the served to the workers free. Bundles principle throughout, its history- He ition in the citv. The city of clothing will still be received u i said he quite agreed with that prin- HERE IS A HOT SPOT Recruits Wanted For Air Force New T.C. A. Service Between Toronto and Chicago Slated July 1 Air nia2. express and passenger tiorss will he made with the T.C Canada 1 Ottawa and Afontreal seryioe. will bef The new Toronto-Chicago service and between the United States _ divided into districts and soon after the fleet of trucks had left a- Ont. The Chicago and Cleveland, so be foS- ;iir.e Toronto and Chicago, lowed by services :n the Maritime thiee hours. Close Provaices and Western Canada. HOW IS CITY'S MONEY SPENT? Editor's Note This IJL-I in a series of iwo on citv finances.) is the articles j V-'here does the rr.onev go from Baptists To Meet Here Wednesday Around SO delegates sre exTected to attenc thf conten- tion of the caicary-Letnbridge i the treasury? I To answer that question. City i Manager J. T. Watson has prepared a- grapn showjr.g how he expects the estimated income of I 101.TO will be used, j He explains that while the graph shows an estimated surplus of j 2-2.23 this will be realized as j tlv erroected surplus of from the waterworks department i -.rill be reduced through costs of filter j water main extensions. Pol'owjns is a table showing the amcunm es'imavd for various pur- poses, as weU as the percentage oi ihr total the amounts represent: Expense Electric Dept. Sc'rools Public Works S experience, educational requirements may be waived. 3ouvi3. along with re- He brought to the attention of ed. subject to the approval of the DJP.C.. Monday evening how the a, meeting ;bat a private bill would city manager. famous Pathfinder squadrons of be to the house 1 Application bv Steve Raz for two Bomber Command in the recent at Q-'tawa "to alle'- the Dominion j liverv licenses to operate a taxi j war against Germany came to oe and add the air force to from the Letnbriege Curling i aon. of stoves and tables at Hender- j formed, and how they caaie to the j arlci Veter- Clab consisting of Dr. W. R. son Park picnic grounds, pointing point where they could lead night i Canada "He explained that I A. G. Virtue, K.C.. and Max j cut the need of such facilities dur- PURE DRUGS We use only nationally-known drugs of the Mghest quality for all prescriptions. McCAFFREY'S DRUG -STORES 331 5th St. S. Phone 2205 414 13th St. N. Phone 3445 on We pride ourselves quick adjustment of HAIL LOSSES. Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate Loans" Mayor A. IV. Shackleford was authorized at Monday evening's meeting of the Lethbridse city council to set an early date for a combined meeting of the council with the civic centre committee and others interest- ed to discuss a proposal that a recreation stadium be erected in the proposed civic centre as a memorial to war dead. The proposal was made by a dele- club is anxious that artificial ice be available for play :his coming Wtule the club WAS anxious that the ice sheet be made available in the memorial stadium, i; was eager to hear an early decision as other plans were pending. He i promised the co-operation of the curlers in every way. j A second delegation of South- minster Church ladies, headed by i Mrs. It. McKerazie. also was- heard j briefly. The ladies sougn; the erec- Random Rhymes 3y CHRIS CASUAL Trsns-t Dcpt Fire Dept Treasurer's l D 1 Pop. EC. Mo. Complete Home j .Taimer D3LCK. r TOtn Workshop Cvckroedia; 853 Thmes; f :TO Make and Db: Pop. sc. MO. Meet book 'Everybody's Radio Manual: Kow to' Build and Repair Radio Receivers: Do- berlain- "for Carolina; Book: Contract re- Ames: of_the Range: Group, ed. Houss-of-die-Month 1 The president concluded his duced by Pit. Lt." George Watson.! marks by complimenting the local j Lost vVagon Grey Book: of SmaU Houses: Lewis commanding officer of the squad- j unit as a par; of a great national I Trek; a novel Aus- ron. The dinner was the wind-up i association which had done won- tralia. of the year's activities of the -Air j derful work for service men with j Child: Cadets, and it was announced that j no Dominion grants or subsidies. Before the Sun Goes Down: Irvine thev would go to camp at Paulson.: building its own unit buildings and Procession: Jones practical Book of Onectal Rugs: the U.S. at course gave Mr. palmer an excel- lent opportunity to obtsin a knowl- edge of "the type of work being done. the actual technique and the or- approach Man., on July 3 for tfc'o weeks. LIGHT BREAD! carrying on all its work by its own still to the West: of the efforts. Wherever he travelled he found new units being formed, and old club rooms being remodelled and membership gradually climbing. Comrade" Frank Miles was called unon to reply stated we were ail proud of the Dominion presi- dent and the splendid work he had done on behalf of all units. He stat- ed it was well known by those close- ly associated with his work that he had been the moving light in the establishment of the National Co'inoi of Veterans associations. He thanked the Dominion president for his effort in again visiting the Lethbridge unit, the third visit in that many years. He proposed a vote of thanks for the splendid address which was ac- corded by all present. humorous and witty vsrse. Boy I Left; Behind Me: Van Could Be ___ _ _ _ Fair: a chronicle; Stone" in jof a Kriesie: of Vic- Eound-CTp: a Whistler Story: Mau- tpry. 1802-1812: Lonchurst I Vallev; MacDuSie The Full-strength yeast acts faster because iff fresh! Pleischmana's fresh active Yeast goes right to sweeter, tastier bread insures tender light texture. IF YOU BAKE AT Heischmaon's active, fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow label. Dependable Canada's time-tested favourite for over 70 years. -Then and Now: Miller Focus; Mercury. Powers The Gallant Tears; Pass: The Bretons of Street: The Charity Bali: Tur- quoise; His Steps (new i Challenged Land; Stevenson Miss Buncle's Book Tattle Hidden Blood: Canvas: Indian Family; West j Friendly Persuasion; White i Pale Blonde of Sands Street. Xon-Fiction We Fight Rus- Wouldn't Have JlisseeJ it. Canada Senate Debates. 1S45: Palmer spoke of the very fine or- ganization and of the progress be- ins made in solving the problem of soil erosion. He went the midwest com belt and found c_op prospects much improved follow- in? good rains. The harvest is on Elks Attend Service Late Wm. H. Dawson Martin Bros, chapel was filled w'tr- friend? Mondav afternoon for the funeral of the late William Henry Dawson at which Rev. L. L. Grant officiated and members of the B P-O. Elks attended in a body, beautiful floral E. Smith, the or- the Cana- were pres- :ormcr em- ployee of the bank. Pallbearers included Jack Heinitz. Ben Cililrfs. H. Laxton. Charles Car- berry, Georee Marshall, Allan Smith. Members of the B.P.G-E. took charge oi the graveside service at Mountain View cemetery where interment took place. Social Service Tax interest, exchange I Miscellaneous Surplus......... 252.746 251.39} 126300 111.505 59.735 43.500 41.53S 15.000 17.077 14.753 10 000 3.500 11.544 3.800 4.SOO 10.500 7.100 I0.4S3 9.55 9.46 3.5V 3.32 3.17 133 Ij9 1.14 1.30 1.13 .61 .75 -27 .33 29 25 .80 35 .80 4.44 Totals Sl.3H.i01 iOC-.OO INSECTICIDES of all kinds D.B-.T. BAIOf SPRAT D.D.T. SCREEN SPRAT D.D.T. HOUSEHOLD SPEAT XICOTEfE SULPHATE ATOX (DERRtS DCST) PARIS Etc. Morris Barrett HARDWARE _ ___ __ _ _______ House of Commons. 1944- j in Kansas. Mr. Palmer was away 45; Wnitafcers Almanac for :S46. five weeks. USED TIRES For Tires 316-lltn St. S. Phone 2007 Highway To Pass Through This City Cleve Hill returned to Lethbridge Monday night from conference oi-! International Highway 8 at Den- j ver. Colo., reporting confirmation of intention for highxrar to run from j Gamemala. Mexico to Fairbanks, i Alaska through United States and j Canada, entering at Coutts through 1 Lethbridge. Calgary. Red Deer. Ed- tnrsnton and Alaska high-ray. It will j be an all weather highway and have sxipport of Alberta Junior Chain- j bor of Commerce and boards of j trade and chambers of commerce, i Alex Snowden. Lethbridge, has been i elected Canadian general manager, j Highway 91 from Great Falls to Sweet Grass. Mont., has been dsf- initely designated an inter-rezional I hijhwav by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Roads. MADE IN CANADA BOILER REPAIRING PRESSURE AND GENERAL WELDING We have portable equipment lor all work. Liberty Welding Boiler Works 1402-2nd Ave. S. phone 3931 B, A. Johnston Prompt, Efficient WATCH REPAIRS Our enlarged staff of expert %vatchrnakers are at your service. IMost work can be completed in only three days. Satisfaction guaranteed. Bring your watch or clock in today. Harry Wheeler Son Jewellers Kresge Bldgr. NO DANCE TONIGHT Or any Tuesday nisht till further notice. RAINBOW HALL FARMERS Crops that arc hall arc hard to snsnre. Place your hail insurance norr. Be Wise, Insure With Ives ROYAL TYPEWRITERS The world's Xo. 1 Typewriter is here again. features. Standard machines are available. 3Iany sensational Commercial Printers Office Seventh S.-cet S. Typewriter Sales and Service THE NEW FRAZER ROTOTILLER WILL ARRIVE SOON THE GARDEN TRACTOR YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW TO ASSURE EARLY DELIVERY OPPEL MOTORS Seventh Street and Second Ave. S. Lethbridge. Alta. Announcement We are pleased to advise that our supervisor, Jlr. R. F. Lambert, will be at the Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, to interview men interested in home study or resi- dent training in courses covering TELEVISION RADIO FREQUENCY MODULATION and other allied subjects. Interested persons are in- vited to make appointments for interviews either by telephone or letter. RADIO COLLEGE OF CANADA TORONTO, CANADA Hail Insurance MERRILL AGENCIES Melcalfe Bldp. Phone 4474 American Name Band Series Brings You GENE KRUPA AND HIS ORCHESTRA TICKETS Includes Tax Phone 2272 BROWN'S MUSICAL SUPPLIES Sponsored by I-ethhridge Chapters I.O.D.E. For Insulation and Beauty FOR SALE ALL YARDS OF THE Advance Lumber Co. YARDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA CETHBKIDGE PHONE 2063 LIMITED QUANTITY Army Surplus TRUCK TRAILERS Brand New FOUR-WHEELED 2 and 5-TON NORMAL CAPACITIES Built for cross-country travel. From the European theatre, these rugged trailers are suitable for many farm and ranch 10 and 12-ply. BODIES and FRAMES All steel and induction hydraul- ic type. Also mechanical brakes on both Five-ton have superstructure and fifth assembly- Can be used with tractor, truck or other pulling vehicle. Farmers and ranchers given preference TERMS: CASH ONLY- PRICE: A FRACTION OF COST. On display Friday and Saturday only, June 21 and 22 in Lethbridge. CONTACT T. A. METCAUF MARQUIS HOTEL, LKIHBRIUGE. OX ABOVE DATES ONLY IN FW SPA PERI NFWSPAPF.R! ;