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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1946 "Nugget" Holland Himself Charlie Chow, R.C.A.F. Veteran, Leaves For Post In China ents. Mr. aad Mrs. G. H. Butler. Miss Mary McLeod of Calgary is visiting here at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Walter Fredrickson. Tells of Flight to Eldorado of North to Find Yellow j Now to Los Angeles to Claim Radio Show Cash Former Plying Officer Charlie Chow, son of Mr. ants Mrs. Lir.s INITIALS NOW FAM1UAK The "S-il-B-IX" trucks are rev getting the city and cis- letters mean St. Msry- River Development. KAIX IX MONTANA ilentsna. which :s generally very crv -eascn. rerently receivec efreshing cier_a wicerea. s SOT hCii inch and 2. Other areas go: rsi Weather Montreal j Toronto Winnipeg Retina Mcose Jaw Medicine Ha: 22 DEGKEES OF FEO5T G K. of Bonita TTSS visitor in the city this isee-i sr-d told the Herald that is needed ia the Lfcse area. In the Decent heavy fros: 22 degrees 01 f-ost- were recorded at Del Bcnita and seme believe sprin? wheat was damaged. PAPER FROM HOLLAND J Konynenbelt c: whose native land is EoUsnd. has received an interesting: newspaper from that countrv a liberation ntimber. Among the ptcttn-es car- ried is one of the Cansdi-n ten- at KcUsnc. TCIXI is Sea-JitifullT carec for. A personal interest is taken by the townspeople in the care cf the graves ar.c keep- ing them cecorstec with tiowers. 1ETTER MEETING There will be no Lethbridse dele- gates attending ths meetm? of the national executive of the Federatec Association of Carriers which is to be heid in Fdmontcn May 23 and 24. Salary increases and re- cjassincation of the duties of letter earners will be the main sub-ens discussion at the meeting, and it is expected that; a; lenst twelve executive members and delegates from parts of the Domin- ion attend the session. MINE WORKERS MEETING Failure of the provincial govern- ment to remove Carl C. Cook as rVsjrrrBn of the "Workmen's Cosi- uensation Soard will be one of the Items for discussion on the agenda of the meeting of officials and board members of the United nine vfork- of America. liveit, 59 62 6-i 55 33 SJ 33 45 -2 31 35 45 45 Jasper........ Vancouver..... Victoria...... Weather syr.jpsis otseiai forecasts issued 2: 11 3.21. May 16 by tie public weather Synopsis Synopsis at ".SO ajaa. Th'-.irsdjy: .are1 mostly C-OUCi" over Al- berta n-d Saskatchewan viith little change in tenserature expected tc- iisy except in Prince Aloert region "here temperatures isnl! oe 10 ee- grees cooler today. Rain shears sre in Saskatchewan but no precipitation of sny is expected today cr Fn- tisy in Aloerta. Forecast Overcasi t brccmins olear this afternoon and Fricaj. i wild 15 miles cer Lciv tcnighi at Lethbndre Friday 65. .LOST SOX IX WAR i has been learned-that fB. ilitforc, s. former Lethbridge resident lost one of his in the latter of the -oar. He uss -an officer" in an. regiment.: I CITY VISITOR 1 .10 Nicholas a former man- .22 e- Hoy: Kardivare iiere, is; in the" from Yemen, s .02 he is now residing and .03 is 0-a.tier cf a harc-svare estss'.isn- nient in the Okanagan Yaliey city Close Medicine Hat P.O.W. Camp One of Canada'.; twr largest j cf war camps is now cially clcsed. the Medicine Ka: es- tsblihnient encing its opeK ticns' Wednesday after detaimr.5 tnoa- sards of German captives since it first in March. Patterned after exactly the san-.e stvl- as the Isrce prisoner of war; Medicine Kit es-! held as many as criscners of war. In re- j cent months mast o: its captive population was evacuated to Brit-1 ain. less than a ivjndred Germans; being left at Medicine Hat to ap- j overcast this theii clear, as wl-nec'sei j tonight and Fridav. v.'est winds: -he i started a few days ago and will ce major points thai will come tip. STOCKMEN RE-EIJECT DIRECTORS He-election of directors of tne Westsm Stock Growers' Association is announced br Kenneth Coppock, secretarv, Calgary. Those Boes, Aden; O. Ssingani of Dach- ess- and T. Usher of ScoHerd. Thev serve for a three-Tear term. The ariTmsi of the as- sociation will be heid in Calgary June 12, 13 arc 14. COMPANY .INCORPORATED Certificate of inccrtjoratioti has been received by O. H: Ham, K.C.. soliciior of the company, for the Alberts Canning Company. of Magrath, with a capitalization of SI50.000. The office is in ila- grath with, a branch at Brooss. Claude G. Salisbury, banker of Spjingvice. Utah, is Wm. R. Scdinswn, food packer of is vice-presiden; and. Announcements comsleted shortly All the captives Csnada who are on labor still DR. D. A. HYLASUS DSXTiST Phone 24S7. fXot ye't listed in i Lethbridge establishment. is en route aia. to fly for the China National Airlines. Charlie enlisted ir: the R-CJVF. in May, 1942, and trained in various i centres throughout Canada. Having j completed his training he was com- missioned and left, for Britain in lie was sho.vered with gifts and souveiiits fax-ai the family, iriends- relatives in the city. "I shaU j remember you all wherever I go, he said. The Chinese National League of the city sponsored a farewell ban-; quet for the fiier. The 23-year-old Canadian-bom" Chinese left for the west coast i Monday morning. From there he] Random Rhymes -By CHRIS CASCAL W March. 1944, After spending sev- eral months in that country, he vras i will go to San Francisco where he posted to India aad A great mil board a plane 10 Shanghai portion of his time vras in I ihe interior of India instructing earning food supplies in the East- em theatre of ivar. The young fiier leu India in j 1S45. and returned !o Sag- i land. His chief duty ihere -arss carry- ing passengers throughout ihe oc- cupied countries such as Belgium, France and Italy. Chow returned to Canada in Feb- ruary. 1S46, iras granted his dis- charge from ihe air force a couple of months later. At the same tune he had an offer to fly for the China j National Airlines in China. After touring various cities of Alberta and bidding farewell to relatives and friends. Chow oreuared 10 leave for China. "I'm just thinking of the wonder- ful opporiumty of flying for my country which "is a ihrUl." remark- ed Cho-sr to The Heralti. "I'm quite determined to give my tune for ihe petterment. of China which been so devastated by the Japanese he added. REMINGTON RAND DUAL HEAD MODEL Electric Razors THREE-HEADED MODEL Jackson The Family Drug Store Phone 3364 fB used to think fish couldn't talk. Bat that was just a boner, For now they are locating them By means of modem sonar. Invented while the war was on To chase the submarines. This electronical device Is turned io peaceful means. But fishermen with sonar Have struck a language They can hear the fish convers- ing But they don't know which is which." SEA CADETS ALEKT Keep in mind the Sea Cade: Many social gatherings, banquets dance aboard "Chinook" on Friday, and fares ell parties were given in j May 17. Cream jerseys may be the honor of the young flier.'Char- connected with the theatre supply .business in Chicago. 111., before" the war. After four yearr service he returned from overseas fell in love. At the moment, that is the most important thing in the world to him and the to help furnish the love nest. Photo; Herald Hngraving. HERBERT -NUGGET" HOLLAND worn at the dance. Lieut. N. PhiHips. Training Officer, for Lieut. H. A. Arnold, R.C-S.C.C. "ChinooS." FERNIE NOTES DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA FEHNTB. B.C. (HNS> Miss j Bethel Butler of Calgary has been I 1 'Canada is a moss amazing coun- visiting at the home of her par- j ,rv, Births and Mrs H, G. Truba of Courts, the birth of a son. Georse Xormari Bethime. on ilay 3, at Sc. Michael's HcspitaL o63 Deaths Photo. Herald Success crowning his searci .free sold which will net him The Lethbridge camp nas a i "xruth and Consequence" night. captive population of about a rhou- j proeram in Hos Angeles. Calif., this Marooned j sand men and expectations are that saturdav nisht. Herbert Holland. SO i The trip, with delays in various is will continue in operation until; vear pacific war veteran, had j places, tcck until Vedr.esday nighs j at least late fall, plaiss being to in TLeihbridee j to reach Salmita Lake. Ee was I use aboiii l.TOO prisoners of war while here enroute by T-C Ji- j marooned several days at the min- j from the camp for bee; labor and to onilsct what hs calls 4'the most j ing claim and Fridaj- an aircraft, j gener ____________ to Alberts from forestry i blue and' white plaid shirt. arid jrescued him and crew members try. Such resources, so much such beauty! All it needs is de- j velopmeat ana more people, lots more people." observed the tern-. the arms of his beloved, pet of gold. i away as ihe residence on "Wednesday, May 15th, George Albert, aged 60 years, beloved husband cf Mrs. Harriet; Hsdlington of ATE. South. Services wSI be held in Martin Bros. Chanel on Saturday at 2 pjai-, the HST." Harry A. Mutchinor ofticiating. Ictermenf in Mountain "View ceme- tcrr. No flowers bv requesi. Mar- tin' Bros, directors of funeral ser- vice. 5T3 Cards Of Thanks Charles Chow wishes to thank northern Alberta and On- SEA CADET LOG Mondav May Divjsions "were reported at 1925 with a good atiencance. Coaldale division "was aboard. The weather Sne so immediately after divi- sions ship's company was marched to the upper parade ground for nractice in comcacy driii- The color g-aara wss in charge breeks and red socks showing over his high-tot) boots, rhis former of- ficer with the Fourth Infantry Regi- ment of the ITJS. Army, has had the time of his voung life m. his search for sola at "Canada's new Salmita Mldfield near TeUowknife. N. of the first plane. In the meantime fee struck tip friendship with Mike Mitto, the north's famous prospector who prac- j ticaily becarns a millionaire over night, irotto uassed through Lesh- i bridge Tuesday night enroute to Cal- J all expenses naid. It -.vasn'r, itomia. Mike proved a friead in. need 1 all smooth diegicg though. I and directed Herbert Holland to The story contains all the ele- j the rocks -which might hold the ments of a -western thriller. He -was i sought after gold. Herbert used his traiking along the streets of Los 1 sledge hammer. He pounded with Anseles with a pal on Saturday all the power he had while wolves j night. May 4- Trier decided to J howled in the background. All Supporters of Progressive Conservative Ideals Are Welcome to OPEN CONVENTION Marquis Hotel Wed. May 22, 1946 p.m. SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invited to meet representa- tives of our committee at the Y.M.C.A. any Thursday between the hours of 8 and pjn. Our committee will be glad to help you In any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee TUNE UP for Spring And Enjoy Your Motoring We Specialize Tune-up Engine Brake Relining Lubrication Simonizing Seventy-Seven Service Station 330-9fb- Street South Phone 2823 drop into a theatre. The radio program -was being featured thai night on the stage, rterbert was chosen as a war-vet with two weeks to answer the Question, is the benefit of using nit- The gong rang before his tirsr. BtTLK STORAGE FOR. SUGAR Preliminary work is proceeding at Savmoad oa the four balk storage bins for suear to be erecr- ed at the sugar factory there- Actual irork will stsn the latter -DSTZ of the month. The huge bins iiesrly 100 fees high, are set on 25 TjSes and a cement footing nearly tmo feet thick. Each bin has a di- ameter of about 33 feet and is con- structed of hesTHy reinforced ce- ment and lired with grade lumber, with, an air space between io make fe moisture proof. PHONE 3561 OR NIGHT CHAPEL Horace Lapp Band Here May 23 Sssily one of the top attractions of the season in the matter of qual- ity and ali-rounp. musicianship is .Hbrsce Lap? and his orchestra, ap- peaxinz for -z. oner-nighs stand on his coast-to-coast tour, at the Tri- anon Ballroom. Lethbiidge. 23. For those who follow and enjoy good dance music, tae Lapo is a wel- come addition to the bszsl after- dark scene. There are many fine things about the Lapp orchestra sparkling, beautiful arrangements. Srst-rate showmanship, and Horace Lapp, one of the finest of dance band leaders. He is an artist. 3. virtuoso on. the piano, and nicknamed by many as the "Poet of the Piano." Lapp and his crew became so popular in the ___ _____ _ east that it took nine years to fin- j Arnold "and'Mr. Christie. n 1 v i CHR1S1NSENBM iridge. He especially wishes to senarately_______ thank the members of the Chinese j until it became dark. National League. 560 Ship's company then proceeded to the mam "deck training was continued until stand easy. Evening quarters were at 2115. The captain announced thai; there be'a dance on Friday. May 17. and church parades oa May 19 and June 2. Band practice, color guard practice, and Srsi aid Ts-ere announced for "Wednesday and tar- get practice for Thursday. Ship's i company was dismissed at; 2130. j Thursday. May Lt. Sutherland was in charge of' the Coaldaie parade. LH. Savage' the bugler and Turner, and. Sing assisted with the instruc- tion. i Thirteen cadets were present; and took training in squad drill and j rifle drill. 3vening Quarters -were at and the division, was dis- missed 2130. Monday, May j There was an excellent attendance reported at divisions at; 1925. Since the weather was inclemenc company i drill was washed out and classes in seamanship and gunnery were carried out. The color guard was given ri3e drill and the first aid class received instruction from Lt. sequence Tras that the vet, in two weeks, eo to TeUowknife and re- turn with eold bearing: rock he hacked out himself. Herbert left the theatre at pjn. with a mil- lion things to do. including an Crash! The rock splintered. Down its dusty sides ran little slivers of gold! Five oieces were grabbed up lovingly by the tenderfoot. The air; crisp ana cold but his heart I was lish't. His tinio.ue search -was crowned with success! i Now all he had to do "was to get; back to Lcs Angeles by Saturday i night. May 18. in time for the radio program it looks as if he j Is soing to make it. What is he going to do with his i SI.DOQ reward if he reaches the Cali- i fornia citv on lime? Marrr the beautiful "girl in the world. "Millie" i hour'1: ride to the airport; where the -who is traiting there for him. After niane lef s at 10 pan. Ee mace knows? This veteran was Rose Bushes 5Oo EACH Our Last Shipment For the Year MARQUIS Flower Shop Marquis Hotel Phone 4377 NOW OPEN FOR YOUR SERVICE PETE'S TAXI PHONE MORRIS PETERSEN, Prop. 4487 AT YOUR SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT OUR DRIVERS KXOW THE CITY AND WILL GET YOU TO TOTJR DESTINATION SAFELY AND ON TIME. 402 13th St. N. PHONE 4487 Lethbridge ally get ou- of the Koyal York hotel in order to take a tour coast to He also spent; tne same number of years at the beau- aful and popular resort, Ban" Springs hotel! Alwavs a favorite on the air lanes. Mr. Lapp and his orchestra played the Slue Coal Badio Sho-w for three years. JHQNE 28O2 I j In Police Court Spike Jones Win make a Personal Appear- ance hzre in our store on Tuesday, May 21st at approximately 4 o'clock in the afternoon, for the pnrpose of meeting his followers and auto- graphing his records. Drop around about 4 p.m. to Two Lethbridge residents -s-ere sent to jail for a montn and several others were assessed minimum fines after pleading guilty to various charges in city police court; Thurs- day morning. Donald Wayne Carlson of i bridge admitted obtaining S10 m i cash from W. T. Kill by false pre- j tences and was sentenced to or.3' month at hard labor in the Leth- bridge provincial jail. Being In piace brought Kathenns Isab-elie i Foster Fisher of Lethbricae ons month at hard isbor in Fon, Sas- j Fines of snd S6 costs -s-ere imposed agauist 3. T. >.Jas.m and Douglas T. of Lethbncsre arc i Ross D. Kir.g of Rayrr.or.d" after they Ecasitted having fuily in other than their private restcence. Charles Gart- of Lethbndge pieacec r.ot su-Jty j to z. similar charge ar.c re- j j mandea until Fndav i Failure to cbey "Stop" traffic j sign G. Baxter of Leth- 'bridge a ftse of SI and S4 costs, i A sl fine imposed against William Conners of Lethbridze for I parking a motor vehicle too near a i Sre hydrant. i Murray Piett of Coa'.daie fined jSlO and 54 coots after that he drove z. motor at an iHireasor.a'o> ratr- of speed John Mitchell of Leth- bridge was remanded until Mor.dav rnorrang after bejr.g chareed being in possession of a s-tolen bicv- cle, the propeny of Grant Alv.n Beattie of this citv. Evening quarters -s-ere at 2115. i The caDtain stressed the importance of every cadet turning OUE for the i church parade nest Sunday and for the regular parades. The in- spection -will be in three -weeks and every cadet must be on his loss. He mentioned that a. three or four piece orchestra -would be m attendance for the dance nest j Friday and that annj ana air cadets are invited. i Rig the day for the dance irill be blues -srith white Sannels. Svening quarters Tsrere concluded by 2125 and company -jras dismissed at 2130. "YOUR RECORD CEXTRE" CLE This Last year Sight-seeing Trips By Air Popular The Kepier Aviation comer of the local airfield has been a pop- ular spot recently to many -arho tooi advantage of ciear days to the added thnli of an air cruise over the city. Those tak- ing sight-seeing trips included: Miss Hinor Fettig, Miss Anna FettigT ilrs. Bushford and Mr. Sushford of Isthbricge. xsrhile out-of-to-Rn visitors ircluaed Mr. and ilrs. 3. OJiver and family of Taber, Alberta. Because of turbulence caused by ground heatir.g and fairly high -slr.ds, only the more rug- ged enthusiasts furthered their flyirjf knowledge over the er.d. Mr. John THly, Foremost. Dan Kearney ar.d Bruce Ritchie of Lethbridge and K. Urvo'.d, Nobleford. took familiarization flights a vievv- to com- mer.cir.g Hugo A. Sum. Foremost, and Earl R, Kirchcer, Lethbndge, continue dtraining ar.d Mr. A. K. Bullock, Taber, did solo prac- tice. Sight-seeing trips may be taken any time any cay at Kep- ler Aviation. For information phone 433S. Selected as 10 Day Specials that point the way to greater value. Macleod's have a store full of the every day things yon need. Come in and save money. Sparkling Glassware Cup and Saucer 10 Day Special Both For Personal Shopping Only Save money and add smartness to your "Fire King" clear sparkling advantage of this low price to add the ''extras" you need. Cigarette Lighter Our Kegular Low Price 59s Smart streamlined vest pocket size, wind guard lighter, all aluminum case; snap-on cover. Fast, trusty action. Strong burning. Personal shopping onlv. 10 DAY SPECIAL------------ 9-oz. Tumblers Pleasing Floral Design Long shape 9 oz. table tcis low price an opportunity that home lovers -will -welcome. Personal shop- ping only. 10 DAY SPECIAL....._. Galvanized Pails Onr Regular Low Price 40c' Put these on your shopping list Fnll size pails will go low price. Personal shopping onlv. 10 DAY SPECIAL_________ MACLEOD Lethbridge 324-5th Street S. FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Subject "Christian Science: The Revelation of the Omnipotence of Good." Lecturer Herhert W. Beck, C.S.B., of San Fran- cisco, California, member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. Time Church Edifice, 4th Avenue and 12th Street South. Mav 17 at P-m> Under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Letabridge, Alberta ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED Look at These Plus Features; SAFETY BONDED CORD Extra protection from blowouts. VENTILATED TREAD For cool running and longer SAFETY TREAD BLOCKS For long mileage and safe stops.; DOMINION WAL No filter Tire Buik j. A. JARWNE'S TIRE SUPPLY 402 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 3580 We Carry a Full Line of Tractor Tires Complete Tire Service KWSPAPLRl iWSPAPfc.RI ;