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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1946 Montreal Toronto AYjauises Brandon ARE COMMISSIONERS Announcement is made is. the lat-- ess issue of the Alberta Gazette the following have been ao- psinted commissioners for oaths: Valgercur EUzaoeth Pearl ThorrirLa- son of Lethbridge. Joseph J- Cash of Lethbridge. George Kenry Davi- sort of Medicine Hat, and Glenn soy Moore cf Caraaaagay. Albert TWO GAZETTED Hsrry Ames Max- _s- ted. oSicer in charge of the Letfe- bridge subdivision of the Boysl Ca- x. Recording to a notice in the Al- bena Gazette. Stafford local barrister, has been a notary public. Weather BLAZE IX TKCCK mg from the cab of a 63 70 66 66 6- 63 SS 68 5S 53 56 33 33 3S 3S 29 32 42 45 i from the cae o: a came or Fore truck parked near the comer! Monday evening. pcurth Street and Second Despite the fai So-j'1' late Mor.dai at-1 first council Land Deals Are Before Council A slackening of building activitj here as a. result of the luraoer strike' British Columbia was reflected l in the ctKnaarativelv small number; apphcatiocs for building sites carae before the council of Vote on School Bylaw In Fall Voting the bylam- to authorize of S400.WW worth of debentures to finance construction of a composite high school here cannot take place until late August or early September, according to a re- port submitted to the council Mcnda> evening by City Clerk T. L. Ferguson. His report explained: "After with the city me atten-io-n cf a passerbv, I decartsient. Finding: the door of tee truck locked tipon their arrival. firemen smashed the side to eam entrance. A Eua 5 sacks on fire in the Cis were re- ..Irco'ved and the ext-nsr-rshed. j Outside of the broken winoo-x, no ter damage was -act that it was the; _ at-i ten council meeting m wo veeks.! solicitor ana the city assessor Sharp Criticism in uty Iran sport System Voiced At Council Meeting Sharp criticism of Lethbndge's (proper supervision in all depart- system was voiced in coun- j merits, especially in maintenance cil chambers Monday evening after As a result, buses failed to run on aide-men ue'e urged bv the Civic I a definite schedule, and the system, '-c I Government Association "to take- steps immediately to improve cm- transportation system." our While tee C.G.A. communication dealt largely with "lack of proper as a whole, showed lack of proper management and control. "It is. as pointed out that the un- fortunate condition of our transpor- tation a great inconvenience to onlv three new apalicatiens for land -Ae-e -ecened. coaipa'ed with more than a doren weekly before the. f-J i Receiving an offer frora to purchase two lots south of the Lealts Theatre Street Xonh. council gave its to the offer on the condition' that a building costing no less than' and official BOAST CLEAN: SHEET In the C.P-H-'s special -no-acci- dent" campaign for the month of Msv the local division is ma is constructed on the site.. The wished the lots. assessed at for s. ladies" ready-to-wear and store. find that it vuli be late in August cr early in. September before we be able to nold a vote of the j proprietary electors" of the public- schools. j "This is due to the fact that a j list will be required of pub-' siipporters who are on the i jsessment roll and also on oil ap-f >r cannot tjle "in all departments" of j those people who depend upon it to transit svstem aldermen slso get to and from tneir -work. A mo- iion passed unanimously ass- that this be brougat. to your attention, and further suggesting that, steps be taken, soon as pos- coraplained against various -irregu- larities" in. the service given bj buses and street, cars. Have Several Complaints start on such a list until tax j notices ha-.e been sent ex- plained Mr. Ferguson. FLAX GALA DAY A gsia day for CC.51. supporters is being planned by the Lethbr.dge ______ "ederal Corautuencv Boara S Iccreasins c-O-ciness i Lake when A. J- J reported overran-, in Al- acc.ce..ts. ;iSSpr v- Uesenier "eawvs the the Edmonton region Pioneer Vulcan Farmer Passes Announcements DR. D. A. SYLAXDS dsv expected to give very sighj winds m southwestern Alcerta is proving less violent than antici-, patec, It has brought gusts j 40 miles an hour to tne Peace; liver. The system ft ill give 301 in showers taa after- noon in Albsrta. iibncse Va Cloudy and intermittent rain. wind 15 tcup-h. today, occas- lonaliv gusty to northwest 30 m.p-ri- Showers this aitemooc. and north- eas- wine 15 ra-piu Wednesday. LiOw tonight 35. Sga Wednesday 60. xa i Mecacine sky wita Phone 24S7. (No; yet listed in chssrch purposes on or tions. Best of the Gospel made the application, offering use the site at present for jr.eetisgs and later for erection 01 a i church. The councU's stipulations were that construction of the jc 1754 Births 1947 and that, shall noi used for human habitation. The deceased was born in Ireland j He was predeceased by his wife here i in 1340. Five sons and four dauga- I ters survive: Mel of Black Dia- Mr and Mrs. K. Oie 'nee Doreen announce tr.e birth of s ISth Street and Third Avenue rodav daughter, Carol Drayton. on south, council suggesi Mav ISth, at St. Michael's T Oio siiiti j r WedrTesday with Sou i Vulcan, "agnteen grandchilcren >teu i Avenue survive. Deaths away at Ray- May ISth. Baby Jamison. be- South and specify the type and cost 3 of the bmiding" they propose for j Clubman j tter their sheet la another land sales n3at council eranted Harry Boyse per- mission "to have the residence he plans to btuld at 19th Street and fn LO Reginald Woolston. president of Calgary Cosmopolitan club. PHONE 28O2 showers late afternoon today, low tomgnt 40. High tomorrow 60. rain showers. A httle cooler to- i loved "infarii child of "Mr. and Mrs. j tyjurra Avenue North face on 19th the i morrow. Light winds occasionally osbem Okey of Red A grave- Street, and i; also gave its ap- was the honored gues: at the Mon- j gusty to northwest 30_ sice fernce was held today, Tues- j proval to the refund of fcslf tne j day supper meeting of the Leth- day. at the cemetery.! purchase mce of land bought bvj bridge Cosmos when matters of Chnstensen Bros, luneral directors.' g_ on the south side of! policy were discussed. Outlining for Third "Avenue South between 15th club_members the _the They were particuiarly critical of Xo. 1 bus route and among the complaints they made were: A bus dnver often narking his vehicle out- side a store" while he went, in to enjoy a soft drink; a bus driver runiiing behind time and deliberate- ly a tnp and nos keeping to a bus driver stopping m the middle of a block to pick up friends: buses being stopped and started without, sufficient con- siciera-ion for the safety arid wel- fare of passengers. The complaint was also made ihat "No" Smoking" sigus were posted in street cars, motormen and bus drivers smoked frequently. The chief objection was that the smok- ing was often evident, in the down- town section on main streets, where- as in most other ciues transit sys- tem workers do cos smoke -ahile carrying passengers. After long disttissson cf com- plaints, the communication from the C.G-A. was referred to Ci'y Manager J. T. Watson for conEider- atsors. It explained: Claim Lack of Control a recent meeting of the exec- utive of the Civic Government Asso- ciation, our city bus and street car system, was discussed at great j length. "It, was the feeing of the meet-1 ing that our city transportation svstem showed a senous lacfc of to replace the street cars with buses, so as to ghe better service to the north side of our city, trod fur- ther that, the council be urged to take steps saunedrately to citv transoortatiori svstern." Buses Went 300.008 Miles Mr. Watson explained that sev- eral of the city's buses are subject. to frequent breakdowns because i thev ha-.e registered over 3QO.WKM mues of operation. Claims Mistake Caused Blaze A claim for and costs based on an alleged mistake by a score -Jerk, in placing high-tesi gasoline is a. container designated for coal oil as filed against the Granura UJfVA, Co-operative Association store fay Fenerty, Penerty and Me- Gillivray on behalf of Ote Hustad. Graniun farmer, in the court, in Calgary. According to the claim, Hustad purchaesd a barrel of coal oil and a barrel of high-test gasoline from the store on July 18. and un- known to the purchaser, the gaso- line was placed in whas should been the coal-oil container. As result the gasoline was used in the kerosene-operated refrigerator by the plainuS. causing: an explosion and nre which destroyed Hustad'c house and contents. ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 1M MeFAKLAND B1JKS. Thone X56f. Lethhrldje KAZ ELECTRIC STEAM VAPORIZERS Invaluable in treating Whooping Cough. Bronchitis. Croup, etc. With Inhalant Jackson The Family Druf Phone 2364 Cards Of Thanks since March 1. 1935, is being trars- Mrs. Harriet HadUngton snd fam- ferrec to Medicine Hat effective ily wish to express their sincere immedistelv. He is being replaced; ihsnks for the -cuadness and sym- at Alderside by E. Sunen. wno has j pathy extended to them during their been serving on the subdivjsior: west! recent bereavement: also to those cui of Cslcsry. i who pat cars at: their disposal. 631 frn, TOB the full assessed value of S550 immediately and this the understanding that half the j______________________________ price would be rebated if his build- course was decided upon. The local organization also _ adopted another i i curing'" "the summer months M! i maintain club contacts. I j Chairman Bill Furves Smith out-' lined plans for having representa- 1 tion at the international and west- ern federation conventions which will be held soon. Lag wss completed in a year, the l tion refused to issue a building per- ceadiine expiring on Feb. 28 last. On July 14 of las; year, however, the federal controller of conszruc- KETIBEMEXT XOTEB Retirement of Edwin Charles rait to Mr. Kendall and the result Webster of Siavely as a police msg- was he could noc complete his build- i istrate is announced in the Alberta ing until only recently. Gazette. Cedar Poles For Telephone and Electric Light Lines One carload just received. 20 it. to 30 ft. long, good quality poles. Order j our requirements now. ATLAS LIMBER COMPANY LTD. 1602 3rd Ave. South Phone 2384 j'-. T DODCE EVER U I LT a car youTl be proud to own the new Dodge Custom tlie finest Dodge ever Luilt... LIg... roomy a Inrnry car of radiant beauty. You'll thrill to its satin-smooth get-away and fighter-plane acceleration, with the eager 105 horsepower Dodge engine and the improved, more rugged- gyrol Fluid Drive. You'll ride all day in arm-chair ease as the renowned Dodge Full Floating Ride smooths out the roughest roads. Scores of new features have been added to the tune- tested qualities which have made the Dodge name so famous for Dependability. The result is this new and finer Dodge which will give you many thousands of miles of economical, trouble-free, operation. Be sure to see it at the showroom of your local Dodge- DeSoto dealer he will be glad to tell you why this new Custom-model Dodge is the finest Dodge er built. There are also ttco outstanding Dodge models in the low-priced field, DODGE DELUXE DODGE SPECIAL DELUXE FOUR-DOOR SEDAN SEVEN-PASSENGER SEDAN SIX-PASSENGER COUPE DODGE CUSTOM THE LOWEST-PRICED CAR WITH FLUID DRIVE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA MARQUIS MOTORS LIMITED BELLEVUE MOTORS BELLEVUE, Alta. CALDWELL HACKING ................CARDSTON, Alta. W. I. HARRIS.....................................CHAMPION, Alta. SCOTT DAVIS COALDALE, Alta. COUTTS MOTORS COUTTS, Alta. MAPLE LEAF SERVICE STATION ..FOREMOST, Alta. N. E. PERDUE TABER, AlU. L. L. BROWN GLENWOOD, Alta. H. F. ELLERT MILK RIVER, Alta. IMPERIAL GARAGE...............PINCHER CREEK, Alta. SALES PHONE 4562 KARL WILDE RAYMOND, Alta. VAUXHALL SERVICE GARAGE VAUXHALL, Alta. WARNER AUTO SERVICE....................WARNER, Alta. LWSPAPLRl WSPAPfcRI ;