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Medicine Hat Daily News (Newspaper) - September 19, 1945, Medicine Hat, Alberta So v 11945. Midi Cine hat City Page daily news Page 3 announce award of . To w-0 Harold Holberton thank a hatters for comforts the depart Miil of National do Rinc a a Slawa announced today 68 new gallantry awards to personnel of he Canadian army who served in the North West Europea theatre. Among a those decorated is Wol Harold Ilo Berton 32, of Lethbridge and Midi clone hat who has been awarded the military Cross. To. Harold Ilo Berton ., Royal Canadian artillery was born at Lethbridge Alberta in october 1912, and was residing there when he cells red on sept. It 1939. He proceeded overseas in March 1940, returning to Canada in january 1942, and went overseas a second time in february 1943. His wife mrs. Marjorie Holberton resides at 244 fourth Street Lethbridge. Citation the citation covering the award reads As follows a on three different occasions due to officer casualties it has been acc Cussary to place the Battery sergeant major of 5 Canadian anti tank regiment in the position of troop commander for considerable periods of time. During his duty As troop commander he has led each troop in turn into fiction. From August 18 to 28, 1944, Battery sergeant major i Lowber Lon assumed command of a a troop replacing the troop officer who had been mortally wounded. On August 28 1944, he was transferred to a by troop to replace their troop com Fiandor who also had received fatal wounds that Day. This latest assign intent was a particularly dangerous one As the men in the troop Felt badly about this second officer loss to Ihm in a Short time. His capable manner and cheery dispos4tion soon raised their morale and within 24 hours they were Back to their fighting Standard. Quot on March 1, 1945, this warrant officer As troop commander of pc troop made a reconnaissance for gun positions in the Gap in Moehwald Forest. This reconnaissance was made on fool under very heavy Shell and mortar fire. He selected his positions resumed to his troop and led each gun in turn up to its area. For two Days they stayed in the Gap under heavy enemy fire to make sure that no enemy tanks could break through. On March 9, 1945, while making another reconnaissance his Carrier was destroyed by a mine. Battery sergeant major Holberton gave first Aid to his seriously wounded sip alled and Ihen continued with his reconnaissance and brought his troop into action. A in his capacity As Battery sergeant major he has shown excellent initiative and has the Complete Confidence of officers and other ranks. He has also assumed duties of Liaison officer to the Battery and in nearly All cases his work since arriving on the continent has been that of taking Over the responsibilities allotted to a commissioned the Walter Huckvale chapter i.o.d.e., who have for the past months been responsible Tor comforts and parcels being sent from this City to h..s. A Medicine hat a have received Many letters of thanks from the officers and men of the Crew Mong the More recent of these Anone from it. H. M. Haslett and one from leading Seaman Irwin Farrell. In his letter to mrs. A. Townsend it. Haslett said that he was writing on behalf of the Crew of the ship. A our former . Corresponded with you City and while he left Carbon copies of most letters j can t find any reference to the enamel which you mentioned in your enclosure w Ith the punching bag gloves. A i believe you and mrs. Morris will have received letters telling them How their cookies wore appreciated. May i add my own thanks and thanks on behalf of the ship s company for both the foodstuffs and the gloves. The executive officer believes that it. Keelan requested enamel for the mess deck. If this has not already been Forward id it would be Bestic you could hold it As the Fate of this ship is doubtful and it is possible that it would never be used. If it is now on its Way it will be handled in one of j i extra to labour to make soup or Gravy More appetizing add a Law drops of h. P. Sauce. It works worders in the flavour of meat and egg dishes. Gives them a delicious Tang which Quot goes Over big Quot with the whole family. A bottle of h. P. Sauce on your pantry shelf will save you Many a seasoning worry. Use it on meat fish eggs Macaroni Beans and in salads and sandwiches As Well. L Reserve a place on your table for sauce. It is a Welcome accompaniment to your meat course. Buy a bottle today. Liv Scythia repeats on Way West Nineteen officers ind 177 other ranks of the Canadian army have arrived in Canada aboard the vessel these veterans Are expected to arrive in Calgary this week end. The Day or time of arrival is not yet available. Included in the list Are capt. L. Lewis 247 second Street Cpl. T. A rown 1133 steel Street pet. E. Congdon 350 seventh Street a sgt. J. P. Clennell 411 allowance Avenue sgt. N. Mcintosh 1163 Balmoral Street a sgt. O. Sween Redcliff . Stafford Brooks apr. A a. St Rachel 1255 Dominion Street sgt. A. Todd 842 first Street Cpl. B. Wonnenberg Medicine hat and Symn. C. G. Johnson. 1026 Yuill Street. The Empire s appetizer h sauce school supplies everything for school Fountain pens and pencils hot water bottles factory seconds which have b e c n Revil Canizer a n re checked up to $2.00 bottles. Sacii vet counsellor Here thursday or. P. Mcqueen chairman of the Medicine hat rehabilitation committee has been advised that or. A. L. Campbell one of the counsellors of the training division of the veterans rehabilitation will be in Medicine hat ton Orrow at the cosmopolitan hotel. Sex Servic Einen City who wish to interview or. Campbell arc asked to see him at the cos tomorrow. We have been informed that the return fastball game Between the kiwanis and Kinsmen clubs will be played on Friday evening at 6 15 at the new bail Park. Additional interest has been created by the placing of a Small a Kwa Era by the Kiwan ians that the Kin nine wont defeat them by As wide a margin As in the last game. Play Ball Nice display of cups spoons and other trophies of the Medicine hat Rifle and revolver club on display in the Ross Barber shop window. Perfect targets a a a members of the local . Unit will this season take training in the proper handling and strategic use of Bren carriers. Throe carriers have arrived and will be permanently attached to the battalion. Sounds very interesting Macarthur says there will be no kid Glove treatment for Japan. ,. No kidding govern Sale of Pencil Len indiscriminate Sale of penicillin to the general Public will not be under the following ways 1 used if the taken by the druggists of Alc divine ship stays in commission 2 Given to hat and other Alberta cities. Officials a ship remaining in service or 3 of the Alberta pharmaceutical Assoc turned into each assets to be divided nation yesterday announced publicity As canteen profits Given the future Sale of penicillin in i Quot i to ust that this will meet with Tablet and other form had placed approval of your druggists in an embarrassing this null iriv the a Dunn. 0 originals mrs. Townsend was also the recipient of the following letter from is Farrell a of All the sailors who should have written you and the different organizations of Medicine Hal i guess in a the one As i have been enjoying the thoughtful gifts sent by you for the past iwo and one half years during which time i served aboard your ship. I think you will find mrs. Townsend that most sailors like to receive letters and gifts but Are rather Slack in writing themselves. Somehow we always seem to have so to do when we get into port that our correspondence suffers. I am one of the Many Prairie boys aboard this ship being from Winnipeg. Some Are from Calgary Raymond Regina Edmonton Trail and Kimberley and last summer we had Bud Mclane from your City. Quot our ship has played its part Well. Perhaps you noticed in the papers where we were mentioned for our successful min sweeping operations a at Halifax in june 1943, and Here in Newfoundland in the fall of the same year. We have always been appreciative of your and efforts to provide us with things we need. A needless to say the cookies were thoroughly enjoyed by everyone so to sure and thank All the ladies who made them. Seems to me. If i re Mem her correctly we also had some sent last year Loo. Please thank the organizations in your City for the boxing gloves and Tell them that in a tournament the other night we had Ivee winners and three losers out of a boxing i Winnipeg sept. 19 up a approximately 2,000 cattle brought Forward from tuesdays Market. Trade continuing slow on steers. Fair movement of Slaughter fed stocks. Better grades stockers and feeders ii Olding steady. Cattle 1,500 , 260 hogs 170 sheep 460. Steers up to 1,050 lbs Good. 10,25-11.00 medium 9.00-10.00 steers Over Medici in fi.00-9.2, fed calves Good 11,50-12.00 medium 10.00-11.00 cows Good 7,50-8.25 Stocker and feeder steer Good fi.00-9.25. Good and Choice veal 11.50-12.50. Grade a hogs 18.00. Good lambs. 12.00. Stocks . Sept. 19 up a All groups were firm with the exception of oils at brisk mid afternoon Trade Locay on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Sales had reached 1.178,000 by 2 o clock following a spurt of Noonday hading activity. Golds Wei o the most Active Aurelle was an outstanding feature with Moie than half a million shares traded shortly before the close and a gain of nine cents boarded. Bear was another in the industrials walkers up 1/2, and Canadian Brewers up 1/8, continued Strong and other gainers in the film liquor group were distiller Seagram and Dominion malting. Most utilities were higher. Steels and Aii Ziatts were unchanged to firm. We.= n oils showed More activity at the close. British Dominion Home Stead and Pacific Oil and refinery were up one. Home Oil was off five and Dalli Ousie and Mecoli preferred Down two. 1,0,50 lbs Good 10.2.5-11,00 medium 9.00-10.00 heifers Good 9,50-10,25 Active Issue off two cents. Food statisticians front european countries the United slates acid Canada have started an important conference at the ministry of food London. This publicity indicated the a won Der drug could be purchased indiscriminately by the Public at drug stores. Such is not the ease Assoc a lion officials have stated. To will be distributed strictly in accordance with professional ethics and therefore it should be obtained and Only under the supervision of a physician. This step is being taken to safeguard the general Public where possible ill results might occur from indiscriminate use of the drug. The pharmacists keep abreast of All advances in Medicine Point out association officials and for this reason they Welc Oliie the Advent of penicillin but they also desire in the Long run to be of the greatest service to physicians and to the Public needing medical Aid. For this reason they warn against the indiscriminate use of penicillin which might cause More harm than Benefit to the user. Since the announcement of penicillin for the general Public druggists have received numerous Calls asking for the new drug. Many of the Pei sons in ill health for a number of years have hastened to cd us gifts to obtain this drug without due consideration As to its effect on them. Cars damaged in smash up a car Accident occurred at the intersection of Dominion Street and Washington Avenue yesterday evening at 6 45 when the automobile driven by Wilbert Kissinger 1026 Dominion Street struck the vehicle of Emil Gehring who was driving South on Washington Avenue. Gehring sear suffered a crumpled rear right fender a badly debited Reain right door and possibly a Bent Chassis. The front bumper of Kissinger s vehicle was broken As Well As the Grill smashed Hood befit Radiator pushed Back against the engine and both front fenders Bent. Kissinger had no Driver s License. 59c persian Balm a Dainty toilet requisite. 35c size to Clear at 19c Alph Mettes slander dizard concentrated cod liver Oil. 25 capsules $1.00 drug Stree bartenders vote favors strike Mure than 90 per cent of the 350 bartenders in Alberta voted in favor of striking in demand of a uniform wage agreement it was announced yesterday by officials of the International Alliance of hotel and restaurant employees and the bartenders league of America. Executive of the organization will make one More attempt to negotiate the Proi posed uniform agreement with the Alberta hotel men meeting the executive of the Alberta hotel men a association on monday. If negotiations fail a strike of bartenders in 60 Alberta Beer Parlours will be called. The strike vote was taken last monday at Calgary Edmonton Medicine hat Lethbridge Drumheller and the crowds nest pass. The vote authorizes the Western provincial Alliance of the hotel and restaurant employees and the bartender so group to Call for a strike in demand of a uniform wage and working conditions agreement for All beverage dispensers under the jurisdiction of the Western Alliance. A statement issued by Oftie als said that every Effort would be made to Settle the , but that if negotiations fail a then and then Only will strike action be taken. The proposed agreement would provide barroom tap men and floor throughout the province with uniform wages. The agreeing Cut would not result in a Gene rail wage increase but similar wages now being paid tap men in Calgary and floor men in Edni Onton would be paid to All tap men and floor men in barroom in Edin Onton Calgary Drumheller Lethbridge Medicine hat red Deer and the Crew s nest pass. / missing lad is located Edmonton sept., 19 up a Liri Menton police said yesterday Leoti Virci Johns ii son of or. And mrs. Nick Johnsoh of this City has been located in Regina. The youth was fou Iid monday night in the Saskatchewan capital after a week Long search by policy departments in Cal Ai a Din Onton and Saskatchewan centres. Manila damage Manila sept. 19 apr War damage to property in Manila wis estimated today by the Philippines census statistics Bureau at $500,000,-000. President and mrs Truman have returned to their a summer White House in Independence mo., for lilo a a of lion. Should support irrigation plans May Send cables freed internees the Canadian red Cross society with the full agreement of the government has arranged to transmit cables free of charge to and front Canadian civilian internees liberated in the far East the external affairs department has announced at Ottawa. Under the plan next of Kin in Canada of the released civilians May file Messa fies at their local red Cross branches or them to the bed Cross enquiry Bureau Ottawa. From there the messages will be cabled free of charge to Manila. The department said the messages must be limited to ten words exclusive of names and addresses of the sender. The department added that this service is also offered to Canadian next of Kin of released civilians from other parts of tie Commonwealth. Disorder in a to every albertan should place themselves wholeheartedly behind irrigation for Southern Alberta Hon. Be Tanner in Inister of lands and mines told members of the kiwanis club at their regular noon luncheon meeting yesterday. The Best efforts of every citizen should be directed towards overcoming the difficulties and solving the prob Leins a Liichi Al pre Keiit appear to big hindering the co instruction of the propose a irrigation a projects. It would be calamity for Alber a said or Taviner if the Waters of the st. Mary a fiver we re lost to the Jned Vince and the Dominion. By Jit Essling for the completion of this project he continued it would not it Spede or retard the Devolpi Keiit of the red Cliff Ron Olane. Project. The minister stated that his government was prepared to do everything in its Power relative to the is Walil Ashmont of the two schemes. Johannesburg sept 19 up a one Hundred persons were reported injured last night when nationalist party members who opposed South Africa s participation in the War attempted to break up a meeting of sex servicemen. The veterans had met to demand that the government Deal with South african fascists As War criminals. Use Murine when eyes Are tired or when they smart and Burn from overwork dust wind Sun Glare Lack of sleep Bright lights. Just put two drop in each Eye. Murine Quickjr soothe cleanses refreshes. Thousand so Are it help Yoi Reyes tool canned vegetables new pack 27 29&Quot 27�?~ in 2r 27 Corn Cli Oices 20 of. Tins 2 for. Peas sugar a Ellch 20 of size . 2 for. Corn Kernel 20 0?,. Tins 2 for. Peas Prairie maid 20 of. Tins each. Peas and carrots 20 of. Tins. 2 for. Green or yellow Wax Beans Choice Quality no strings 20 of. Tins 2 for. 18 29&Quot Savage water 26 of bottles 2 for Peanut butter Beverly 24 of. Jar. Rice Kris pies 2 . For. 25 29 25 Mazda lamps time to Light up. 25, 40 or 60 Watt bulbs for Heinz vinegar White malt or Citler 16 of. Bottles each. 33 of. Bottles each. Pure White pick Ling per gallon Jar i Jiuu soups c a m in b e l l s vegetable 3 tins for. Of Aylmer vegetable or Tomato 3 tins for. Co porridge Oats Ogilvie a 48 of. Pkg. Brexl per pkg. 23 Grapefruit size Louis. 3 for. Oranges. Blue Goose size 176�?Ts, per dozen. , Blue Goose size 28s a 2 dozen for. Lemons Sunkist size 300 a per dozen. Pears fancy Bart Letts per Case. Pears fancy Bart Letts per Basket. Apples wealthy 3 pounds for. Peaches Eiberta Freestone per Case. Prune per Case. Tomatoes no. Is 3 for. 25 75 45 4.29 49 25 2.19 1.79 2r beets in Bunches per Bunch. Onions Large per Pound. Carrots per Pound. Cabbage finn per Pound. Head lettuce fresh daily cach. Green peppers per Pound. Red peppers Sweet per Pound. Turnips per Pound. Sweet potato est 2 pounds for. Pota roes 10 pounds for. These Are really Good. 8 5 4 10 10 25 3�?~ 29 29 no limit beef red Label special Quality group b�?11/2 lbs a coupon�?3 Ops. Per Token round Steak or roasts la. 37 sirloin tip lb37 round Steak mincedlb35 prime rib roast Bone inlb32 fish Sali Vlon steaks per Pound. Halibut per Pound. Cod fillets per Pound. Cod steaks per Pound. Haddie fillets per Pound. Kippers per found. 38 38 30 30 37 29 veal group b a l 4i la s. Per a Coupon fillet roasts Afif per Pound. Quot to group c�?2 lbs. Per Coupon Rump roasts per Pound. Sirloin steaks per Pound. In group d a lbs. Per. Coupon breasts Foi Stew j cd ing per Pound. I w pork Friday and saturday Only group c a 2 lbs. Per Coupon loin chops Pei Pound. Leg roasts i r Pound. Shoulder roasts per Pound. Side pork per Pound. Pork tenderloin i amp to Poun d. 38 33 25 25 poultry Frosli killed fowl per Pound. Roasting Chicken per la. 32 38 Lamb group d a 21/j is. Per Coupon leg boasts por Pound. Loin rib chops per a a Jound. Breasts for stewing per Pound. Shoulder chef Msj per Pound. 39 40 15 32 a
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