Old Queen's Avenue School, partially demolished, to be completely levelled to make extensions to CNR station.
Terry McPeake, radio operator, and Squadron Leader R. D. Hansen establish radio contact with RCAF plane bringing medical aid and provisions to Rev. Canon John H. Turner.
Constable L. B. Nicholson examines the side of a car which has been hit by a truck.
Canadian Pacific Steamships officials visit Edmonton: (L-R) W. C. Casey and H. B. Beaumont.
Allan McNair, pilot of a Seebee aircraft, and his wife Joan after arriving in Edmonton having spent three days in an aboriginal hut on the shores of Peerless Lake due to poor weather.
Runaway truck which took off down Cameron street hill, went over a 45-foot cutbank, rolled several times and ended up in the river.
First shipment of tantalem concentrates flown from DeStaffany Tantalem Beryllium Mines Limited (70 miles east of Yellowknife) arrives in Edmonton. (L-R) Cecil Rutherford, Lyle Oppen (in plane) and Ben Pelland.
Car that collided with a streetcar between 112 and 113 avenues on 95 street.
Police officer with stolen auto after police chase.
A Mack gasoline coach (bus) is demonstrated to civic officials: Thomas Ferrier, James Kerr and Mayor Harry Ainlay.