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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NWB National Council Pres. To WINNIPEG, April dian women can play an iayjcrtani part in alleviating the European food shortage, Mrs. Edgar. Hardy of Ottaaa, president of the Na- tional Council of Women, said in an interview here Wecnescay. Mrs. Hardy will visit council groups throughout the west arzd'oa the Pacific coast before returning here April 24. She said that women have cer- tain responsibilities which they must recognize. As moulders ofj public opinion thev hold first, place: j as housewives, theirs is the task of enforcing conseraatioo. Mrs, Hardy stressed she need for international understanding said a meeting of women from North and South America will be held in York May 6-S. Mrs. f Eleanor Hccoevelt tiili be guest speaker. FCXD FOR. CHILDREN OF WINNIPEG V.C. Wed At Raymond WINNIPEG. April for the care of the children of CJS.M. John Robert Osborn. a hero of the Battle of Hong Kong award- ed the Victoria Cross, has been sug- gested bv an officer of the Winni- peg Grenadiers. He has sent a cheeue for to Mayor Garnet Coulter as a start for the fund, and in a letter said: "There is only one thing Osborn would asked for: Take care of my children'." The widow of GS.M. Osborn. was a member of the Grenadiers, and his five children live in suburban St. Vital. WIN YOUR FAMILY'S, YOU CAN EAT ALL YOU WANT-MHT I, VIGlSTAm 'PUT THE Will Raise For Memorial Fund EDMONTON, April 5 Barker, C. S. Matkin and Lawrence j Ehiert motored to Salt Lake Sua-i day to make arrangements lor new recreational hall here. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Passey was hostess at a calling i shower in honor of Mrs. Blair Pas- i sey, arrived last week from' England. Many friends called to ex-1 press their best wishes. Mrs. Pas-' sey was pleased with the lovely] array of gafts sae received. Mrs. Beth HackKey and son left' by air Tuesday for their home in Virginia. ilr. and Mrs. Roy RoHiT45on of were guests of Mrs. i Nellie jrelger recently. Mrs. Beth Toomer entertained, the w.C. Ciub at her horns Monday i evening. J Mr. and Mrs. J. Boehrne and chil- dren, of Raymond were guests of t Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rasmussen, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Blumel en-' a group of 20 friends; Monday evening, honoring Miss Geraldme Bridge of Salt Lake City, i Sgt. James Bridge of the R.C.AP-.! and Elder Clifford Miiier, who will s for the 1J55. mission field! soon. Mrs. Maude Rasmussen plans to attend graduation exercises as Olds School of Agriculture. She wi'l ac-; company from i Mrs. Richard Toomer entertained! friends of her daughter. Shirley; Ann. at a birthday party Tuescay afternoon. COMMERCE BRIEFS I visited her daughter is. the General W. H- home io ntembes- of haspisaL GRANUM NOTES Local Students Hold Annual Accidentally Shot hi Foot GRANdf. fHNS) On 1 dav eveeieg the Granurrt Students' rlicn had sis annual "Get To- i iwa -w- gether" party is tfce Granurn Com- rcuruty HaiL The high schools j Those present -arete asd raother of Sbbleford. Mr. aiid Mrs. W. J. Anderson and family of Barftiit sad Mrs. jr. Chap- man and Mis. A. Goode of Turin, while Mr. and Mrs. J. Ne2son acd family of Hceemary wers weekend vssiiors. Sill Trofanecko. is fijing irstracdans was dojeg solo orer the rSlags the- Lethhndge Herald WAHNBR. Pictured from'caareshoSm. Barori. Macleod.j 5 were !n- attended she B. A. Oil Co.s deal i a- Marcuis hotel Monday. 1 waf J- V McBeath. wUh the special rw OOGItl at Is 5-7 t _ i tcis as nis ncsrie nere-. HX were! to AUNT JEMIMAS iUCKWHfilS i Good for you Digestible as toast! to the bnde. with the spending. groom re- Fbr the honeymoon trip by plane to Great Palls, the bride changed to a brown tailored gabardine suit with matching accessories and a corsage of Talisman roses. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt will reside fa. Lethbridge. VETS COMMITTEE OTTAWA. April com- mons veterans committee approved today a procosed amendment to the Soldier Settlement Act to reduce from five to per cent the interest rate for certain soldier settlers. With little discussion, the com- mittee voted one minor amendment to the bill to change the effecive date for the reduced rate. NOTICE secretary, Mrs. P. P. Griffith, Ed- monton; assistant secretary. Mrs. R. W. Roscoe. Edmonton; treasurer, j Mrs. C. Jj. Morton. Edmonton: edu- j cational secretary, Mrs. J. M. Forbes, Edmonton; assistant educa- tional secretary Mrs. Roy Scnroter, Edmonton; organizing secretary, Mrs. R. J. G. White, Calgary; as- sistant organizing secretary, Mrs. T. Michie, Ponoka; standard bear- er, Mrs. H. G. Mcllvena. Leihbndge. Vets Must Take Tutorial Course Veterans intending to begin their university studies witfe the summer session at the Universitv of Alberta will be required t0 attend a pre- paratory period of about six weeks' tutorial work beginning m May, R. E. Byron, supervisor of training for Canadian. Vocational Training, said today. Courses In the regular summer session, leading to the degrees of B JL, B_Sc BJBd., or higher degrees in the faculty of arts and science and education will be available to ex-service uersonneL The Summer panted by Mr. Gordon. Following the ceremony a wed- ding dinner was served to immedi- ate relatives oy the bnce's aunt. Mrs. C. H. Gordon. The bndes tabJe was centred with a three-tiered wedding cake. flanked by tall tapers. The toast to the newlyweds was proposed by Rev. Garvin and responded to by the groorn. A reception was held in the eve- ning. Mrs E. R. Gorcoa, receiving with the bridal party, wore a gown of canary yellow while the groom's mother chose mauve crepe, trim tried with black sequins for the occasion. The happy couple will make their home in Lethbndge. school be held lor six weeks during July and August. Students entering the faculty of arts and science in May could" ex- pect to Teceive their degrees bv August-, 1948. Grass Fire local firemen responded to an alarm at p.m. Thursday, re- porting a prairie fire in the vicinity of Ninth avenue and Sixth, street south. The grass fire was extin- guished and no damage was caused. the prernatriculatlon school in Cal- gary The second picture is that o Jack Carr. who aiso served in the R.C-AJP. He was in uniform for weekend visitors hi Calgary. So Easy to Make The will co-operate with citizens In making general clean up of the city. This will commence on Monday, Apnl loth and continue for one weefc. Citizens are requested to place ashes and rubbish at the rear cf the lot and it will be lifted from the ground on this one occasion only. After the clean up the City is required to empty proper sized garbage cans only. See that you have such a can in good repair, provided with a cover and placed conveniently for the collectors, but not actually on the lane. Tree cuttings, manure and easily combustible material will not be J. T. WAT50X, City Manager. NOTICE All persons living' on property without sewer connections where sewer is available and having earth closets are notified that for having said closet cleaned application and payment must be made at the office of the City Treasurer on or before the 13th day of April. 1946. After that date the charge will be increased. J. T, WATSON, City Manager. QUAUTX NAME VEGETABLES FRUITS -DESSERTS WEINZ be glad to know that her father. Mr. Schow, is progressing favorably after an operation in the Cardston hospital. Mr acd Mrs. Allen Huber and-------------- Miss Viola Johnston of LeUibndge j Jour years and a now caretaker o. spent Wednesday at the C. M. the Warner Consolidated school, he Johnston farm. About J8 members of the Social club of which Mrs. T. W. Crofts is a charter member, met at the home of her son. Bob. Crofis. recently to honor her at a farewell afternoon. Mrs. Crofts, who is leaving soon for the Uniied States, was presented with a beautiful purse and pair of kid gloves. Mrs Neil Currie was in charge of the arrangements and lunch was served. The best wishes of scores of friends go with Mrs. Crofts and she will be greatly miss- ed in the district, where she has Oreek Sunday at the Bosm- in the school room this Mrs. J. McBeath. Jr. week for when he was out a 32 shooting! gophers recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Lancaster were made years. her home for the last 30 DUTCH GIVE WHEAT TO FRENCH PEOPLE TES EAGITB, April 5 fnP) S. P. ManshoX minister of food supply and agriculture, announced that the Dutcn bread rations has been cut again so that Holland could give long tons of wheat to France. The wheat allocated to Holland for purchase, now is in the United States awaiting ship- ment and this allocation has been transferred to the French as a gift. the Warner Consolidated and Mrs. Carr are now residing m Warner. BELLEVUE TOPICS Ellas Fisher Passes at Kelson. B.C- FamUy Moves Away BSIiEVtrSL iHNS) Word was received this week by James Fisher of the sudden passing of his brother Elias. a; Nelson, B.C. previous to moving to Nelson about 10 years ago he was an oil agen; with his brother in the Pass. He leaves besides hss wife in Selson one son. Stanley, and a raamed daughter. In the Pass he is mourn- ed by four brothers, James, BUI, Ernest and Edward, and another living Kimberley. The Budda family left here this week for Creszon, B.C.. where they will reside in the future. Mrs. Fooc and son, Bobbie, are visitors in Calgary tSia "s-ee'i- Mrs. Charles Hitchie was a visi- tor in Calgary recently -when she' TURIN NEWS NOTES Oyster Is Stndent is Oil Conference TtrHIK. supper Do This For CATARRH Put a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol up each nostril. Ic shrinks swollen membranes, soothes irrita-1 tion, gushes so makes breath- t l Tryitl CJOC Daily Programs S-m-o-o-t-ii and cool. Junior i Miss! What a comomauon And iss all jours with Pattern Such easy seising you can make it yourself. Pretty posy applique is included. Pattern 4630 comes In Jr. Miss sizes 11. 13. 13 and 17. Size 13, dress. 2% yards So-inch faoric Send 20 'cents to The Lethbndge Herald. Pattern Dept, for each aat- i tern. Two weeks' tune should be j allowed for pattern to reach you. j Use This" Coupon. Print Your Name and Address Plainly. To The tethbridge Herald, Pattern Dept, Lelhbridse, Alia. Pattern 4630. Size..... 1000 KCS. FR1D4T, APRIL 5 O'clock Favorites. and the Pirates. and Local News. Symphony Pop Concerts. Home Show. Tune. News. Round-Up. Hour. Cote Cnonsters. That Make News. Kem Show Tunes. The Sports Glass. News. Music. Orchestra. News. Messenger. About Uranium? OFF. SATURDAY, APRIL S Upper Club. Clock. News. s Report and Morning Jieloclies. News. blasters. in the TVildirood. From Across the Seas. Mustangs. Neighbor. Hour. Show. Lounge. Nev.-s. Time Novelties. Be Announced. Be Announced. Program. The luger of Antig the Childrei In votme clmiiren a cold or cough is not a thing to disregarded, aa it is often of s matter, and unless attended to immediately may, erentuiUy, cause serious trouble. 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