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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1946 BUILDING PERMITS PASS MILLION MARK the seventh time In the history of building permit values have passed the million dollar-mark this year and expectations are that an all-time record may estab- lished during 1946. Thus far in jear building permits have been issued to the value of compared irith for the first six months of 1513. Tae only other years the annual volume of building nent Into seven figures here were: 1909, 11268215; 1910. 1911. 1912, SS.358250; 1931, 1945, Until the lumber strike In British Columbia put the brake on building here, construcuon activitr was set- ting a record pace, permits amount- ing to SS32314 being issued during 200 Miners Are Needed Here THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN Kmpa Scores Real Hit In City Mondar night and receiied an en- thusiastic welcome. The celebrated ace of drummers piled up popular- t iry votes for himself and his cie-ver. the first five months of this year, compared with during the corresponding period of 1945. 118 Permits A total of 118 permits have been famous Gene Krupa and his Issued this jear for the construe- i hand appeared at an LO-IXEL-spon- tion of new residences, compared j sored dance at the Arena with :03 such permits in the cor- responding Buried of last year. Ten residential building permits have been issued this month, being se- cured by, also showing value of i aggregation with the local dance permits and addresses where houses j enthusiasts. The dance was the are to be built: i second in the American name-band N. A, Colley. S9.500, 822 14th j series and as the feature of the South; Hugh Mclntyre.' show. Krupa made an instant hi. Irrigated area; B. Osterberg. with the crowd wrh his vivid per- 808 Street South; 3. C. sonaiuy and _2'- 233 18th Street. North: Donald. McLeay. 1804 Second Avenue North; W. E. Thompson, 1418 Avenue A South: Mrs. C. Nelson. 116 19th Street North; Mrs. Annie Fargo, 709 12ih Street C. North; Mrs. L. Turok, S3.00O. 1404 12th Avenue South; Win. Tennant, 15.000, 815 Eighth Street South. Open Relief Fund For Sufferers In Tornado In a wire to The Herald, The Windsor Star announces thas a re- lief fund for 50 families made home- less by the receni tornado which At feast another 200 miners are seeded in the Lethbndge domestic coal field a; this time. The Herald learned, today from colliery oper- ators. J. ST. Davidson, general manager of Lethbridge Collieries, Ltd.. ex- plained "if we could find the ex- perienced miners we could put _ another hundred men to work ac j vpciicu our No. 8 mine and another bund- 1 needed to rebuild the red at Shaughnessy immediately." j He added that the No. 8 mine now has a working crew of 250. while about 150 men are employed at the company's Shaughnessy producer. Other mines in the field are also In need of miners Mr. Davidson explained that coal orders are stsil pouring into the field and indications are that col- lienes will operate full time throughout the summer months. Holiday For Rodeo Opening The retail merchants of the city havs almost unanimously agreed to close their stores at one o'clock on the afternoon of Thursday, July 4. opening day of the Victory homecoming and rodeo for the returned of the Second Greas War. A petition that the retail merchants "intend to close their stores at p.m. Thursday. July 4, 1946, honoring the veterans of the Second Great War and enabling them, their families and friends to attend the rodeo being staged for their entertainment" iras circulated on Monday and met almost universal approval- Merchan-s were not satisfied that the suggestion of the city council for a staggering ft staffs over three days cf the siwsr -aas the proper way to observe the occasion, and plumped for a holiday despite the facs that Dominion Day. Monday, and Wednesday afternoon be bohdajs the same Haywire Mutual Telephone Line In New Merger Although the Haywire Mutual. i Telephone Company Ltd. is shown j in the June 15 issue of the Alberta Gvk Centre Recreation Stadium Plan Gets Support Community Council The Letfcbridge Community Coun- cil, at a regular sneezing Monday Virtue pointed out that ttue pro- cesare woeid so be raised city under a money drums. Singers snd instru- mentalists rounded out the enter- tainment, which was voted tops. Autograph fans had a field day. 80 Apply to Be Placed on Civic Voters' Lists Only about 80 persons have ap- lied at the city hail to have their Dr. Bob Jones To Speak At "Youth For Christ" Rally In against adverse cdds or patcny equipment indeed, are going on t to bigger and better things. t 1940 to serve residents of the Hill- spnng district some 30 msles south j ana several rules west of Macleod, In common -Kith numerous other i small throughout the rural areas of Alberta, its inception was i j made possible through the enter- I pnse and co-operauon of local fanners. While the term haywire facetious- j ly suggests the equipment used was Centre committee -ardl oe ser' insj curling for men, women and S younger people; basketball and i badminton courts; and a lobby or lounge reading and i small groups, etc. One section 'srouid hkely be used as a gym. and an 'he1 combined. --u a Sfr-- Virtue pointed out that the The Sick 1 expenditure would :iot be burden- Poo1 upon the city ratepayers as i-p growth of the city ard increas- ..e recreate- ease TT- r- the toad vhiie Mr. Watson pointed Pres. "Walter Lewis of tne Com- oat campcsiie Swimming City churches have been laying at 2'30 is plans for several months for the an vssit of Dr. Bob Jones. Sr., of Cleve- church. As it !s expected that Cochrane BsUy Rjver. Park land. Tenn. Dr. Jones has beer. Southmiaster church will not ac- Bend. Wess Waterton and HiUspnng secured under -.he auspices si the commodate the crowd, plans are telephone companies, and r one ether the name of which was _____homes The Herald will be pleased to ac- cept donations to this fund and forward them to the Windsor Star, ilany offers of assistance have al- ready come to the Windsor Star, the Windsor paper renorts. some of them from distant points. The need of the hornless families is described as urgent. itors from out-of-town poina com- Fred Holberton told the meeting of the live interest in the Sunday School fastball league but additional as sole owners of property. that city and district has or opened with an assessmesiz rolls. the named owner is required to register the other bv the end of July to qualify that partner for voting at the next civic elections. Relieving At Calgary BATHING CAPS 50c and 59c McCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331 5th St. S. 2205 414 13th St. N. Phone 3445 FARMERS Crops that are nan damaged are hard to insure. Place jour hail insurance now. Be Wise, Insure With Ives Hail Insurance Note Plan Available Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate Loans TWO ONLY SUGAR BEET TRAILERS Our usual heavy fully guaranteed. construction; MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers "t {Aid. iOii j ing in to the senices. The plans violinist; and Mrs. Clare Richard- include a Saturday afternoon rally son. pianist. 58 To Weekly Rent Jump WAR VETERAN FACES HOUSING IMPASSE The and Mrs. H. 3 A veteran of nearly ten service with the curing the two wo: has the altematlie otner home in this nightfall or meeting a demand for paying a of pe: an almost; trebled rate of rental for fora to find ether ncustag accom- j Expresses Faith j In New Sawfly Resistant Wheat I Flights ol sawfly covering thou- sancs of acres of praine whejtland J 1 are now pass their peak, recently i stared Dr. C. W. Parstad of Leth- bridge, who is in charge of sawfly research for western Canada. In for the accotnrcocaticn to the city so or'to attend school itrs A. M. Peters, head of the researca tional i were needed to assist the ex- clubs and a communication pointed Do- out the seed in ibe dry fcr sup- Traimn? port of bands and orchestras in fi'.e trained Lethbridge. eEpecially these fcr the for young mi'sica! enthusiasts. The in Council deal wich these Letabncge. other problems. fice-Pres. i Recreational Centre i Harper gave a report of the ex- i In his address to the group. Mr. panding program of the Council. "Just Says One Housewife VETERANS' FAMILIES HAPPY MOVE INTO WARTIME HOUSES Whea; losses from sawflv in the Six of the 50 homes erected in i one and two-storey dwellings. None Lethbndge uncer the government has a basement bus each has a Wartime Housing Lid. projec; are concrete foundation. These wartime houses are neafc and attractive in and. gen- erally speakuig. each occupies ap- proximately one and a half lots. The srounds aurrpszadirg them are S. Ee-Aitt, wife ana" two chilcren: i being landscaped and treed ay the the aremises his famiiv has been i modation were froitless. according praine provinces each year runs E- A- Langricge. wne and one child; government. All are painted on s Ot niiihons of doUars WUham Coutts. wife and child; J. completion and present a pleassg occupying at the Lethbridge Auto to Mr. Wannop. Camp. Hope Armory To Get Underway Here This Year "It Is hoped that the Lethbridge MAGISTRATE H. G. Eerald Engraving. CARDSTON. (HNS) Magts- trate H. G. Jensen is leaving for Calgarv to take up duties there. He is substituting for Magistrate Sm- Dr. Bob Jones says: "No man ever lived who was wise enough, shrewd enough, anc enough of a genius to beat the sin game." WE SAY: Only 4 days left until the great District-wide Rally at Southminster Church and First Hear Bob Jones Daily Over CJOC at p.m. Just over a week ago. he explains. his wife was handed a notice by the operators of the camp. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Cropley. staung they had received permission from the decu- ty rentals administrator to revert to their tourist rates and that the Wannops would be obliged to pay rental of per day. Other ten- ants also received notices increasing their rentals substantially, be started in the not j "After tonight." Mr. Wan-op told too distant future" j The Herald Monday, "our rent This is the substance of a com- jumps from S8 a ueek to S21 a week Kumcation received on Monday by or we have to get out but; we cannot S. Turcotte, Lethbndge barrister, from Hon. D. C. Abbctt. federal minister of national defence. Mr, Abbott noints out that the find another place to move into" Formerly a "Winnipeg man. Mr. Wannop was transferred to Leih- "ondge while serving with the Vet- highest priority" has been given by erars Guard of Canada and follow- the government for the construc- tion of the Lethbridge armory. Tiie clair who is sick" leave. Magis-1 shortage of construction materials trate Jensen expects to be gone about six weeks. Magistrsie Jeusen I toofc his schooling at Aetna. Ray- mond and Cardston. took tuo years at the Bnghara "Eoung Uni- versity at Provo, Utah, and attend- ed Normal School, Calgary. He went on the Cardston high school staff in 1929, was high school principal for two years, then in 1937 became a magistrate. He also has ius LJLuB. in law. ilagistrate Jensen ss aiso a councillor to President Smith in the Alberta Stake Presidency in the LJD.S. Church. Hs took this office m 1343. fOR LASTIHG, LOW COST PROTECTION and The aagie Trade-Marie may take a boW for this of loofiag products B.P. Asphalt Shingles that beactify and protect end turn back the weather, season after season. They're fire-resistant amazingly economical and are available in a fall choice of colotcs. For re-roofing or new bniiding, spe- cify B -P. Thick Bntt Asphalt Shingles. And, if your programme caries farther, there is B.P. Insnl-Bric Siding for outside and S.P. Instil- Board for inside walls and ceilings to round out the ccaniort and security el 3 3-way Ptolecfcoo. FOSS GETS OJBX. Word received by S. R Borgal, formerly of the R.C.A-F., last week front Group Captain R. H. Foss, formar commanding officer of No. is acute, however, and it is impos- siols to estimate when actual con- struction can be commenced. 8 Beaming and Gunnery School here, revealed thai the former air force officer was awarcea an OJ3.E. m the recent publication of the King's birthday honors list. A vet- eran of the Jtrst Great War, Group Foss served in that con- flict first wizii the artillery and later in the Royal Naval air cernce, where he won his commission He held various posts in the B.C-AJr1. in World War Two. serving bota in Canada and overseas Ee succeed- ed Group Captain M. D. Lister at Iso. 3 Bombing and Gunnery School in 1344. ITpon the outbreak of in 1939 he was president of the Foss Construction Company and Mont- real Builders' Exchange, Inc. WHITE SIDE WALLS Improve the appearance of your car. Metal, white enamel disks, not scratch or rub the curb. Trimbles for Tires SIS llth Street South. Phone 2007 his discharge from the array recently obtained civilian employ- ment here with hopes of continuing to live m Lethbndge. into tens Lately returned from a survey trip wnich took him as far east as A. Jarvie. wife and three sons; T. appearance. J. Kannan. wife and chile; G. W. j noted that the worst infestation was to be found in the early seeccd wheat. He said it was too early to determine the extent of infestation in the late seeded wheat. Through- out areas of low subsoil moisture and deficient precipitation infesta- tion was discovered too uneven on account of poor germination. "The future hope for perma- nent sawfly control lies in the new sawfly resistant wheat, Resone." declared Dr. Farstad. "A limited acreage of this spe- cialized wheat is grown this year and irill be available next spring: to farmers in lim- ited quantities. In addition to amounts in Saskatchewan acres are under contract in Al- berta." "Por the next couple of years Gravelbqurg. Sask.. Dr. Parstad i Bowes, wife and child. Each of Wartime arises, now TO these veterans has been a resident., -jje homes, are delighted with____ of Lethbridge or district for many j -They're duckv." said Mrs. years, several of them having been j Hewitt as she saxjd" on the frojiu born m the city. porch watching her sen. It is expected to have the re- j Johnnv, as he eved the ample spacs maiader of the 50 houses completed i around the house -where he Vi j -44-Vk farmers will have to depend upon the south side of the cits with sis present control recotnmertcations." on Hghth St. S i3 on Nm.n _St. the en-omologjst warned assertir.c, S. ana two on IQth St. S. all oe- tfcat farniprs in infested areas will twcen Ninth and Tenth Avraues. only be allowed 10 bushels each of i The secor.a group of SO wartime 1 the new resistant wheat. i houses will be divided between tte by the end of July. play. Other tacants, settlins _ in the new homes, are eoruaiiy ZLB.O- rndcr Construction --j Another group of 50 homes, under j Jt. nastv'the wav some the same project, is in the process i spoSn 70out fhSl of constmction and it is hoped to c? 11 i ns have them completed and ready for T 4Arik fr- occupancy in October. 1llst" 3% "am Twenty-nine of the houses com-' Dorothr "and I pleted. or neanng completion, are i fo very to gst pay for then- utilities and furnish their own gas cookiasr stoves and monthly rentals the size of the S27.5Q to S3Q. on-C on 12ji St. C. N. between Sixtn and Seventh Ave. Twenty-nice of the group are on S-fS NEW AND MORE EFFECTIVE SLIGHTLY PERFUMED IS NOT STICKY LEAVES NO STAINS IS NON-IRRITANT. BUCK FOR SALE AT ALL YARDS OF THE Advance Lumber Co. YARDS IX SOUTHERN ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE PHONE 2063 DON'T FORGET... When making your wedding arrangements to put De Jourdan's on jour list for photo- graphs. Your wedding photograph will be treasured m years to come. DE JOURDAN'S STUDIO "PHOTOGRAPHS THAT PLEASE" OPPOSITE CJP.R. DEPOT. PHONTE 2S5S. IT HAPPENS to the best OF DRIVERS But an accident need not be a tragedy. Xo mat- ter how baciy JO-JT car or trues has been dam- aged, our expert bocy men cars repair it- If you've haa an unfortunate accicent, doat V7e specialize !n '-nrcs of auto body replacirig; glass, ypholricry repairs, and complete paint jobs. Beny ChevroIet-OIdsroobile Lti Main Garage open 7 sum. to midnight. Monday to Saturday Sunday: 9 to midnight Phone 4055 'or service BOILERS RECOTDITIOXED High and Low Pressure Boilers for sale We also have a limited amount of 3 AND 3y0-INCH WATER LINE for irrigation purposes Boiler Repairing Pressure and General Welding We have cortable equipment for all work. Liberty Welding Boiler Works 1402-2nd Ave. S. Phone 3921 B. IX A. Johnston Random T Rhymes CHRIS chamber of Commerce I president Savs Canada needs population. Suggesting a course of selective And greatlj increased immigra- tion But did you remark he was speaking To the young, enterprising Jay- cees "Wno always can rise to occa- sions And do what is needed with-ease? J north and south sides of the city. Varied Style The hcuses are wcocen structures with stvle of architecture varying sufficiently to give pleasing vana- j tion. All have hardwood mapie. floors and are equipped with gas., electric light and water. Storm winnows are provided also window j blinds. Each has a livmg-rocm witli circulating heater, modern' bathroom with hot water heater. modern kitchen with attractive; deep sinks and a general utility, room at the rear. Bedrooms vary! one to four according to the I size of the family occupying tne dwelling. The interiors are ply- J wood finish, nicely tainted, and, have spacious wmcows. There are D.D.T. HOUSEHOLD SPRAY Kills Piles. MosQuitoas, Coct- roaches. MoAs. SiiverflEh, etc. 16-oz. can......45 C 32-oz. can 79c Morris Barrett HAKUWARE DONT FORGET VICTORY RALLY .TIJT.Y A Z 6 Announcement are pleased to announce the opening of The Western T DRIVE In the Purity Dairy lot 5iS Fifth S. NOW OPEN ROL.LINGSON BROS. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 459 Lethbndge "Housing Values are up front ISO to 16O per of 1939 B. Mar.sur. Oitaws, President of the Central Mortgage and Houaag Corporation. Check your Fire Insurance Policies now Everj'body knows my rates are your banker, your or the Insurance adjusters whether my companies pay quickly in case of any lo.-s. BE WISE WITH IVES I ELKS PARK WEDNESDAY JULY BEST RIDERS.... DANCE ...WILDEST STOCK A' Entries will be accepted EIIO till Stampede time. IlllJ ADDED ATTRACTIONS _. Adults..........................f J ;