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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Girls Secretary of YM.CA. Pleased at Progress Shown COMMERCE TOPICS COALDALE NOTES Dfctrict Expected H Girl CMBpietec O IT. Tamayl Sunday Spnken-Oftt- Keturns U More than 100 women and giris In the city are taking part in the recreational activities at the Y.M. CA, according to the girls' work secretary June Emerson. She reports "her work to be going for-! ward satisfactorily and is anticipat-! ing a busy summer with increased! swimming" Activity -and Camp In-1 uspi plans. Miss Esnerson strongly favors a i closed swimming pool for the Leth- j bridge Civic Centre pointing out madequacv of present, facilities in] the city and stressing value of year, round, swimming. "Why spend so much monev for an outdoor pool uhen VCHI could have one wmch could be used both summer ana Having taken over her position here last October. Miss Emerson's duties include club work, organiza- tio" and physical training lor wo- men. Classes include girls from. to 25 years old and include be- ginners, 'teen 'agers and business women. The lauer have formed an Athletic Club and are making preparations to auend a confer- ence at Banff In May where they will join similar groups from Cal- earv and Edmonton. The women s cvm classes are prenaring for a ess- play which wul be held on April 29 at the YJM.CA. This girls' work secretary claims that she has found it difficult to start things going here in the way of clubs, etc.. but good-humoredly B3vs it mav be her own fault or lack of former experience in the field. One incident which greatly amused her was the absence of bus- iness girls from their gym class the dav following a bicycle hike to Ccaldale. This group also goes ex- ploring and roller skating. Orga- chose the Yorkshire Regiment. He paid high tribute to the fighting qualities of the Briush Tommy. Included in the personnel from overseas who will arrive this week in the city are LAC. G. TV. M. COMMERCE. (HNS) G.'; up Blades. Flight-Lieut. A. L. S. Ham- returned te the farai i and live" was the theme W. Tamagi son, Sgt- V. Keller, CpL H. A. Max- j spending the winter in 1 used in delivering I well. Flt.-Sgt. H. B O'Bear, Ad. Magrath. Mrs. Fumell and the two sermon at Coaldali R. C. Rsspler, CpL Sair, Plying; m a couple of i last Sunday morning, Officer W. Schneider and LAC.; sreeks. [that seemingly the Ration Coupons Are Clarified To clarify a misunderstanding 02. the rateiity of certain ration cosi- which expired at the end of March. All numbered purple buwer coupon in ration book five expired by the board at the end of VAUXHALL STUDENT JLH.SnelL The ladies Society 10 the Brother- Mr. and Mrs- Wendell Jones are in Calgary, where Mr. Jones under- is asleep a; the wseel, while the ship hood of Locomotive Firemen and wens an operation Thursday at the Enginemen in the ery gave a fitting Colonel Belcher hospitaL His con- home" to the daughters, dnion was satisfactory when word sons, and members of ;ne families was received here. of Christianity is tossed about by storms around her. Announce- jssued servicemen, tranftens labor. and for other special purposes are still valid. Beaver-stamped coupons on tem- porarv ration cards for sugar, but- ter and meat are colored pink, pur- B.C. Mcltee. gorcrniDient it traacfecred to Smithcrs, 9.C-, aa the futore. The McJUes be miaaed by their itzany friende ia Pemie. They have, been in graduation banquet at the Oids School of Agriculture. A2 the 91! final examinations f ily. Dr. B. J.'j of S-. Stephen's College, j 3 __------- _ __A 5 ___ _ pie and brown respectively. These i basques. F. E. Woaten. j a "tnree" weeks visit at -Kimberley loYeTTan'tStti with i ?egotiable. James Murray said he I superintendent- -AI-JI her son daughter-in-law. SS Davis the organ. 1 Numbered coupons in rauon ocok had received applications for as _ ______ j division. As a Mr and Mrs John Barrse, and at expired for sugar, large enrolment for cexj year. He 5 parent, suseriateadeni and as a'the home of her sister. 2Jrs. C.; ymcneon oie iva-., sugar j advised these who make farming j I fellow soldier he welcomed home Pearson. Mc-l COUPOBS cambered 4S-70. and meat! they life to land 1 the servicemen and -Aomen In use, jiast re- i Gorman former-1 numbered 1-23 richer than you .ound gathering. A tribute was mace j Tvoni by cable thai her jy coaldale. youngest brother, Jmx Jensen, has; Geo_ returned last left Germany and will be leaving j fV-jm Hamburg. Germany, England on April 17. J to Wbich place he had been seni Mr. and Mrs. G. Huber and Alien; charge of a draft of prisoners Huber, were recent visitors to lay- j Of war being returned overseas, lorville. .1 Catherine Grunewald. of the Medicine Hat those who had given tneir lives for BOSS JUNE EMEKSON nization of a Hl-Y croup here is anticipated. The value of hav- ing a hobby proved itself in more ways than "one where this young lady is. concerned. She was for- merlv a newspaper woman who fol- lowed and participated in sport as a hobbv. Miss Emerson won junior and senior swimming cham- pionships in Saskatchewan and coached and played basketbalL Her team won the provincial champion- ship. Following Camp Inuspl Miss Em- n plans to take a refresher of the evening. CfJfKED ET ACCIDENT -PEHXIE. iHSS> Miss Be'tv Anderson, of the Tntes-Wood store staff, was picked up uncon- scious on the west Femie hill early Friday afternoon. Miss Anderson was returning home at lunch hour the accident happened. The hill is steeo and rough, and is is thought possible her bicycle hit a hole in the road. Miss Anderson received concussion and facial in- juries. She is at present in the hosp'tal, ablv. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Johnston of Lcthbridge Sunday at the home of the former's father. Charley Johnston. Miss Elaine Branch has finished her course at the Olds School of Agriculture and is enjoying a short holiday at home. FIRST CROCUSES FERNTE. first crocuses of "the season were seen They were gathered left by Western Air Lines last Fri- day noon for Salt Lake Citv, Utah, where she will receive instructions ia her missionarv work with the T.TTR church. She will serve an eighteen months' term in Mission at Toronto. Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Davidson are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son at Gait hospiUl. LetSbridge on April 8. south of Fernie. you, cry and you your facial. pans o course in physical training at Van- couver. Urges Changes Canadian Citizenship TORONTO. April changes in Canadian citizenship provisions to enable a British sub- ject to enjov citizenship privileges after one vear's residence were urged Fridav bv the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. _ A statement iSSucu tUE said it had sent messages to Prime Minister Mackenzie King. of State Paul Martin and to the leaders of the various parties in the house Of commons concern- ing citizenship legislation. The messages commenced the general excellence of the proposed legislation In bill seven, clarifying Canadian citizenship and natural- ization requirements" but the or- der's executive committee "protests provision of the said act which grants the privilege of citizenship to a nerson who has not an ade- ouate "knowledge of either tne Eng- lish or the French language, but has merely resided continu- ously in Canada for more than 20 years." PRTVCESS TAKES SAI.TJTE FROM AKMT CADETS LONDOX April princess Elizabeth, wearing a navy blue coat and hat. took the salute from between and Army Cadets at a march past in London's Kvde Park Sunday. FREDDIE BARTHOIOMEW TO BE MAKRIED IS JUNE HOLLYWOOD, Arpil will wedding bells in June, says Freddie Bartholomew. 22, who won film fame as little lord Fauntle- roy, and his press agent, Maely Daniele, 26-year-old divorcee. MEDICINE HAT NEWS MONTHLY FEMALE CAIN Tto by Us tfolnt Lydia E. Pinkbaon's Vegetable Com- pound DOES MORE than relieve monthly pan when due to functional periodic disturbances. It also relieves accompanving weak, tired, nervous, jittery such nature. Fmkham's Compound is one of the best known and most effective medi- cmesoiitskiiuil MEDICINE HAT. (HNS) Mr. R. Lacey, who has spent three i weeks vacation with his parents, j Mr and Mrs. R. H. A. Lacey, re- turned to his duties in Camrose on Iriday. Mrs. O. Chechik, of Vancouver, B.C, arrived on Thursday to attend the wedding of her son, Cyril Chechik, which takes place shortly. Mrs. L. B. Auch of this city was j among those who arrived on the ne De France on Thursday. Also included in the number arriving home are Gunner L. B. Era and E. V. Mueller. Word has been received in the cisv of the arrival in England of Mrs. R. McGuire and Master Ben and Miss Maeve McGuire, who left Ottawa on the 27th of March. Mrs. McGuire had recently arrived in Canada to escort her children, who had been guests of Major and Mrs. J. R. Davidson of this city for over live years, to England where they wfll be placed in schooL Mrs. Mc- Guire plans to leave England afc a later date to rejoin her husband in Rangoon. J. R. Mackenzie, formerly man- ager of the glass factory as Red- cliff, arrived early in the week from Hamilton, Ontario, to spend a vacation with his family. Lieut, and Mrs. W. Elliot have returned home from Lethbridge. where they attended the Ives- Smith wedding. Dr. J. B- Silver, of Hudson's Bay Junction, arrived in the city on Friday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver. Major George Davison was the guest speaker at the Kiwanis luncheon .early in the week. Major Davison. 'former officer with the South Alberta Regiment, was one of the officers "on loan" to the British army during World War n. He gave an interesting story of 673 men who were selected in response to the request from the British government for officers to bring, their army up to strength and pro- vide adequate reserves. Major Davi- son was asked to which British division he wished to belong and CJOC Daily Programs 1000 KCS. TVEDSESDAT, AFRII. 10 O'clock Favorites. and the Pirates. and Local News. Miller Time. Amateurettes. or Pay. Time. News Sunrpary. Round-Up. Hour. Green Hornet. Haunting Hour. Report and World News. Music. Weather Forecast. Stories. Strings. OFF. For Smooth Flavour Dependable Quality THURSDAY, APRIL 11 "Dpper Club. Club. Moments. Report Morning Melodies. News of Life. in the Wildwood. Wife. Lsnton. Crystal Calendar. Sister. Neighbor. Mood. Happv Gang. To Be. A. C. Show. News. Time Novelties. Woman of America. Perkins. Young. Romances. Review. to Peace. for Miladi. Program. Western Five. Round-Up, and McARTHUR'S Laugh and the world laughs with lelp ThiM Wto Art Put MMIe mea aad'wcaiea pMt middle aye their and activity, in aaay tarfacfes, bepa to de- cUse. Little ailsaenta and to oS than formerly, and, here and there, fnaesscm 'ISSSSf help abould take a couwe of MSfaura'afiealUi and Nerve P2K heip tone up and inTJfoimt. ibe patknt by tow acta. OB Look for our ttade mark a "Bed Heart" on the T. Ox. limited. Tocosto. Our Family Regulator is DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY, nil H LIVER riLL. V (Genuine Hand Woven HARRIS TWEED COATS Made of genuine hand-woven Bjarris tweed, this coat will last you many seasons. You can wear them alone, match or contrast them for go-together effectiveness. Balmacaan style, set-in shoulders and slash pockets. Sizes 12 to 20. small deposit will hold yonr choice EASTER COATS Swagger, boxy or pretty fitted styles, in English crepes, 'camel and wool, imported shags. Donegal tweeds or dressy clotfcs. Look for the new rounded shoulders, roomy arm- holes -with loose or belted-in waistlines. Collared or collar- les tvoss. Sizes 12 to 46. Priced a; to Ladies' Sport Jackets A worthy addition to yoar sports wardrobe. Smartly styled jackets, in. plain or two-tone combinations. Ideal to wear with skirts ay slacks. Camel and wools, tweeds, English Donegals and Herring- bones. Sizes 12 to 20. Priced at Scoop Value! SPRING SUITS These suits are really some- thing! TheyTl give you a chic look for the parade come faster Sunday! New-looking rounding: shoulders, fuller "skirts, the small-waisted look. Color contrast, double plains, checks and nretty plain shades. Sizes 12 to 20. "SHORTIE" COATS They have a new charm this sea- son In the rounded the or ing short crop- ped hemline. A new charm in the deft tailoring of fins mak- ers. All wool fabrics, of course, and a host of glorious shades. Sizes 12 to 20. to We Boast BLOUSETTES Come and see the Bonanza ties at McArthur's. What thrilling new a sparkling white, brilliant pastels and eye-catching Choose yours from soft n rayon jerseys, or rayon plain sheers. Sizes 12 i to DRESS UP Foi A new new dress, and the dresses this season are really new! BfeautifaUy fashioned shoulders that give the softest look in the world Wee, wee waistlines that give wav to flattering fullness above and that marks a new era in design. Printed jerseys, plain jerseys, silk crepes, printed silk crepes. Priced at to Top-Notch COTTONS Go Everywhere Tnis Spring Wmshable! They're Bright! Fashion Right! Choose from anlenty. Be it conversatlanaL geometrical or "flower gay. you'll find them among this wonderful new collection. Ma- terials ginghams, spuns. piques, seersuckers and linens, butcher or plain stripes, floral prints, polka dots. Tail- ored and dressy styles. Sizes 11 to IT, 12 to 18, 20 to 44. Priced at to The Easter Bride Dreamed up for you to walk down the aisle in, this gloriota Easter. Magnificent gowns in shimmering satin with lacs or net trim. soft, silky sheers or fine quality nets. And for your entourage creations In colors that make the perfect setting for your Easter wedding. Sizes 12 to 20. Priced at dressy- prints yon crepes, spuns and 20, 33 to to Ladies' Silk Slips A lovely fresh new slip for under your Easter finery and sheer blouses. Choice of dainty lace trim or fine embroidered style. Fitted bustlines and smooth-lit- tirsg skirts. Sizes 12 to 20, 33 to 45 LADIES' VESTS IBRIEFS BLOOMERS Pair and wanner yes! Now is the time to get. your summer supply of un- dies. Smooth, cool silk panties with elas- tic waist band. Snug fitting briefs, pan- ties with knee band. Rayon knit vests shoulder straps. Colors: tearose and white. Sizes: small, medium, large and oversjzes. Priced at We you to the McArthur Lay Away Plan. A small deposit will hold your choice. SUITED For Your EASTER ENTRANCE These are a rcusi this season. Combining with beauty the soft, pretty curves and rhythmic lines of a silhouette. Shoulder puff- ing with that daintily nipped wajstline. The newest skirt treat- ment with handy zipper fastener. Woven Sn the very finest of ETiglish gabardine, English crepes, Shetland wool. Shepherd checks, all wool boucies. Latest in spring colors. TheyYe en- chanting with tSeir wind-blown necklines. BeautifuIJy satin and crepe lined. Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 42 to All Wool SWEATERS Here it is again! Your irreststials pullover sweater cosy, light, thrUlingly soft. Ideal for your suits, skirts, or flacks on chilly spring or summer days. Popular shades of pink, white, yellow, pow- der black, green, brown. Sizes 13 to 20----- Ladies' ALL WOOL CARDIGAN SWEATERS Tour favorite type of sweater loose-Sitting, casual to make a pretty ensemble of a. skirt or pair of slacks. All wool knit, in lovely soft spring and summer shades. 12 to 20 New Spring Skirts on Parade You never can have too many skirts. Jfeat front and 'back. Txat- pleated skirt in herringbone wool and all wool crepe JaSle, New plested all round skirt in glen checks and many other new fabrics. Pastel shades. Sszes 12 to 20. McARTHUR LADIES' 4TH AVE. S. JUST OFF 5TH ST. S. PHONE 2655 JEWS PA PER I nFWSPAPFRI ;