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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. APRIL 15. 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE CNJ1 SURPLUS FOR 1945 BY SU2938 OTTAWA, April working conditions had- cost a total j cian National Railways shoaed for the war period! .surplus of S24.756.130 "for and further applications now pcna- increase of over the pre- ing represented an aaoitional pay- %-oas in (roll expense of a. year, freight- and passenger traffic, it was Expenses Detailing i945 operations the re- rccordec ui the annual report public today. The lepcirt, signed by H. C. Yaughaja. chairman and president of the railway, for was tafclec la the the directors, commons by Transport Minister Chevner. Mr. Vaughan said traffic volume con- DEWITT MACKENZIE SAYS Russia Problem As Nations Seek Basis For Peace Amazed At Food From Europe OTTAWA. April N. McLean, who has extensive in the fishing industry in ;New Brunswick and Nova Scotia and returnee recently from visits to i Boston. New York and other At- lar.tic ports, said tooay in. a state- Hall and Campus T V Notes from University of Alberta, Edmonton pLaceci Soss'revenues Today we eater a new phase of ment to The Canadian Press that j whicn was S7J3-74000 or 1.7 toe conflict of viewpoints between. he was amazed at the amount of! cent- below 1944- Until the end I Russia, on the one hand, and Brit- from Europe being landed 1 (Soecial to The Herald) tTNIYERISITY C4? ALBERTA, Edmonton. Overshadowed by fu- ture final examinations, the Stu- dents" Union ejections did not cause He Shook Nelson 9s Hand.... Science club, secretary the Mixed Chorus, and the staff Evcrsrefn and pub- lication. Other positions on the student Ontario Retains Dominion Day of September daily earnings slightlv higher tnan the pw vear but in the last quarter there: essence arise was a reduction per cent. For ions already and the United States, en the ious which in their i __ __ ACccmAA ortc-n in these ports. -We are hp he s tinued at a high level for the first the year freight revenue nine mosttes of 1945 and then the was down 1.6 per cent, passenger rise from trie Soviet un- evervdav food is neeced bv Oi ady well advanced pro- United Nations Relief and Rehabtu- strange_as i-. may a. mlghtv expansion of its iation Administration and our j dents union charter r influence armies of occupation to save siarv- allow Bill Pybus. the excitement or enthusiasm that) council going to southern Alberta u-as expected in the first peace- students were president of men's unae elections. No senior student athletics to G. M. Hajash of "all kir-ds consented the position of president j Brooks, and secretary of the music all kinds 1 Qf the Uaioa associauon to Betty Williamson of i gram for i spheres of influence. 'armies trend was downward. revenue 6.6 oer cent while revenue The isn't whether Russia iug peoples. Therefore it seems Education ssuaeat ana veteranjo. trena Screase should readjust her spheres, since i rather fantastic Urn large quar-ti- the R.C.A.F.. to become the new amount- expenses of the other Allies have conceded a ties of foodstuffs right under the president by acclamation. Seven of TO orrffo percent be- major realisnment. But there's a noses of these oganizauons is being; the union positions were decided las? in growing feeUag among statesmen of taken away for export abroad. by acclamation it was found tons in 1914 revemle ot j Britato and America that Moscow's There is certainly something i out there were no candidates to While' direct' 000 for the vear was below 1 plans go much farther than is re- wrong ivub such an uneconomic raiiwav' 1944. provision for various j quired in the interest of Russian system. Ships leate American ports i had a heavv'task in liandling re- charges, including taxes and rental j security and weUbeing. flsn for I oatriafoa of members of I of equipment, and facilities and m- 1 Britain and the United States are i stance, and ui aud-Atlanuc mees j jwymentsof S46J32S.142 to the S pausinE for coDsideration before from Europe destined for jj innual asA-rolls i public'and the government there taking a hand in building a colossus Amerioa_ioacea with similar pro- would stand astride the oucts. On _ road he reported annual _ were above 1939 and unit (remained the surplus of prices had added approsunatelv j which was turned over to the fed- to the cost 01 materials." j eral treasury. "In the event of any substantial Canadian Naaonal Express hana- decrease in traffic "volume, not led a record number of otherwise compensated, for, these higher costs of operation would pre- vent, a compliance of the favor- able financial results which the shipments, while -Canadian Na- tional Telegraphs also established a record with almost, 10.000.000 tele- ______________________ grams, including cablegrams. system has" to report for i The company's hotels sccommo- j the past five the report said, dated more guests and served more Wage increases and changes in I meals m war in any previous year. Probe Killing In Far North DAWSOX, Y.T.. April fatal shoatinc of an old sourdough in a dispute over claims where gold bad been discovered is being- investigated bv Roval Canadian Mounted Police." George Potter, a veteran sour- dough of the Dawson and Mayo districts was shot and killed he lav in bed in his hotel room at Mayo. Police toot Peter Nord into custody for question- ins connection with the shooting-. Whitehorse detachment of the R.C. MJ1. was flown io Mayo to probe the case which has all" the bizarre details a dime-magazine story of the colorful northland. Mavo is near the geographical centre of the Yukon Territory, east of Dawson and north of Whitehorse. and about 1.100 air miles northwest of Vancouver. Police said Nord attempted to take his own life before he was taken into custody. Ctolv meagre details shout the shooting were available ia Dawsoa. ASKS INDEPENDENCE FOR PALESTINE ASKED BY EGYPT American Republics Asked To Eradicate 'Poverty and WASHINGTON, April if) President Truman today called on the American republics to help eradicate "the poverty and despair' breed wars. Speaking at a Pan-American day observance, Mr. Truman urged, con- tinued hemispheric solidarity and resistance to the "forces of re- action" m the atomic era's -great and dangerous adventure." "Thas (atomic) age." he told the governing board of the Pan-Am- erican Union, "will either be one of complete devastation, cr one in sources of power will lighten the labors of mankind and. increase standards over the world." of living all 12-Day Recess For Parliament GENEVA, April ilohamed El Danviche Bey, Egyp- tian delegate to the league of Na- tions, said Sundav he intends to declare formally" Egypt's position that Palestine should receive im- mediate indeoendence when the final League assembly dissolves the mandate system next week. Pales- tine is a British' mandate. i OTTAWA. April Mem- bers of parliament will return to their home ridings during the coin- ing Easter recess for the first time since the session opened March 14 and likely will gee first-hand re- action from their constituents on a number of contentious issues which have develoned in commons debate. The recess begins when the house rises after the afternoon session "Wednesday, Aoril 17. and will con- tinue until Aoril 29. If a resolution by Prime Minister Mackenzie King Is arroroved. Originally the recess only extend to April 25. Prime issues on which the mem- beis-. likely will seek constituency opinion will be the government's citizenship bill, now being debated on second reading. The principle of the citizenship bili generally has been approved but the official Progressive Conserva- tive Deposition has attacked a pro- vision" which would make British subjects seeking Canadian citizen- ship go through the same procedure as immigrants from other countries. Progressive Conservative speakers have contended British subjects should receive preferred treatment. The members also probably will seek oninion on the question of a dis- tinctive Canadian flag. A joint sen- ate-commons committee now is handling the task of selecting 200 out of the many hundreds of sug- gested designs submitted from all parts of Canada. Another controversial Issue ex- pected to arise shortly is a revised extradition treaty to replace one in- troduced in the house before being discarded as unsatisfactory. Probe Meat Packer Subsidy Claims "WASHINGTON, April Attorney-General Tom Clark di- rected the Federal Bureau of In- vestigation today to investigate re- ports that many meat packers have j attempted to defraud the federal government by falisfying claims ]VTav Demand Britain for saosiases. j "Complaints have beer, received." QJve Atlantic BaSCS Clark said in a statement, "that i tfl ir some packers are paying black TO TJ C To Get Loan market prices for live cattle, tnuF lo vicl- I in? king it impossible _for othe? whole world. This is an anxious moment, for every time there is a clash among tSe Bis Three it is a sharp reminder cf the truisaa that global peace depends on their unity. The United Nations secuntv coun- j cil has two troublesome problems as j hand this Russo-Iranian affair and the Polish demand for j action against Spain's Generalissimo Francisco Franco. They are stormy j enough but April showers compared with the hurricane which might i develop in the coming meeting of the foreign ministers of the Big Britain. France nnci j is sue is assemble in Paris April 25 to trv to figure out the terms of the European peace treaties. If we can get by these two trouble-spots, and especially the for- eign parlei'. we shall have gone far towards ensuring world peace. As for the coming conference, the mere statement that its primary business is to preuare the peace treaties for Italy. "Bulgaria. Hun- gary. Romania and Finland This does no: nuke sense; someone should be heM ac- j countable." The New Brunswick senator said he was sure a more efficient scheme be worked out." Hold Seven Axis Nationals, China oppose them. Boync B. Johnson of 1592 I4th Art-. S-. Lethbridge, came as victor of the three candi- dates for the position of vice- president. During the past year Miss Johnson has been popular and active on the campus. Jiar- injr served as vice-president of the newly-formed Arts and seeai, she Stu- Taber. Alex Andrekson of Barons was altered to fell short two votes for the position a second year: of secretary of men's athletics. j FORM SUMMER COUNCIL I At the first meeting of tne new, Student" Council it was revealed in the financial report that had been a surplus of forS the past year. A summer council of J I student members remaining i 1 Edmonton was formed to work; By NORMAN CRI3BSNS (Canadian Press Staff Writer.) LONDON. April shouted in Trafalgar Square Saturday and thousands of sightseers looked up and gasped at the sight of a man climbing; Xelscn's Col- feet all the of an old sailor. Usin; a ladder meant for steepiejaeks now jivinj: Nelson's monument an the man soon reached the admiral's feet and. elimbin; onto the bronze pedestal, shook Nelson's hand. He looked over London for seven minutes and then de- inio the arms of the poiicr. Today ex-stoker Henry Taylor. TORONTO, April t The DmBicion's will remain minion Day Bat- ter what the mltimate fate the bill which has bees by the boose of and now goes to the senate the name Canada Day, This was announced Satur- dar by Premier sf tario in an address to the Progressive Conservatire Asso- ciation of Ontario after the ventian had passed 3 condemning the proposal for the change of came. The DcmoSon-Canada preference came at the afternoon session o? the convention In tile eresiee, he spoke on political parties, of which the simplest. deSsilios is "fa- j ganized public opinion." The basic political issue today !s been for 25 I; is "the NEWS NOTES Uve of the January class. i For the Srst and second year' engineering classes examinations; for the year are a thing of the past., but for the rest of the students, in- cluding tne January students, the, struggle is just beginning. From April 11 to May 3 it is estimated] that 50.000 examination papers will court with disorderly behavior. "I thought I would like to shake: old Seven's hand, so J Tay-j lor said. "I was going ;o wash his face but unfortunately it was just j out of reach." Taylor dismissed his ciimb as "a, piece of slang for j and added: ar." He said that In recea; pamphlets were discn'outed en school property in different pans of the province. They soughs to destroy confidence in the good faith of the British Coasrconwealxh and empire and at the same tune ex- tolled the virtues of communiss die- j All inhabitants of a number of sound threatening. However, these Lt.-Col. Ludwig Ehrharnt alias SHANGHAI, April Seven sxis nationals whom Al- lied investigators said were the remnants of a once-powerful Naii spy network which con- tinued to operate in the Orient four months after Germany's surrender were arrested today. This culmination of months" of intensive work bv Allied officers was one of the most important round- ups of international figures yet con- Australian representatives overseas ducted in the Far East. They in- soon be raised to thai of claded four Germans, two Italians and one Japanese. which seats 500 students. As usual; the medical students will be the villages round Cawnpore. industrial, last to finish their exams. pres-; centre of northern India, have fled j cat, the January class of students i to the jangle to avoid a plague epi- f are writing their "Christmas Ex-! demic which has coet 300 live Cawnpore. These students will be honored with A white-hooded gunman and an the reduced rates travelling to accomplice held up Louis Schwartz, their homes, president of Karsons'. Ltd, Res- taurants. in his Ottawa office and tmminutes to reach old Xelson. and the climb one-handed cause of the crowd." escaped with approximately in bills ace change. Dr. Herbert Evatt. Australian minister for external affairs, said it appeared certain the rank of nacts are heavily involved jn the i Hsentraeger and Count caused thousands of realignment of the zones of influ- 60. was identified as leader of the 1 to farmers of the Lower Mainland i Tayior the appointments board has ambassador. Unprecedented spring rains have dollars damage A strange and pleasing sight on the campus are the (iris in the survey parties of engineers -getting their field practise. Dressed in old coats, slacks and boots, these brave g'rls who have invaded the engineering profession which has long been considered a tough roan's Job. to handle the transit with the greatest of skill and speed. EMPLOYMENT FOUND Under the direction of G. T. VACCINATE OVER 100.000 AGAINST SMALLPOX. VANCOUVER, April than 100.000 Vancouverites have been vaccinated against smallpox, it was estimated today as the city's down i Tlie pamphlet told of the work: I of the National Federation of Libor I' Youth. "All Canadian shouM kziow that :he National Federation of Labor Youth 'js directed by the eora- but mumst party of Canada and I have vas here a cablegram dispatched from Moscow which reached this coun- try only lass week. It indicates i cieartv the support of Russian coia- munists for the federation in Can- B.C.; SYNTHETIC RUBIES Rabies were the first- gems to be record breaking immunization pro- j made synthetically on a gram entered its third week. dal scale. ence not only on the European con- tinent -but in the Mediterranean, the Middle East and on. into the Far East. Barrs Accuses Trial Witness group. Ehraardt, was a personal area in the southwestern comer of found many jobs for students for i friend of Hitler and chief of the Nazi fifth1 column sent into the Balkans in the late 30s. OTHERS HELD Others arrested include: Bobo Havenich, 60. expert crypto- British Columbia, a survey showed. Mrs. Katherine Maguire. "3, resident of Bassano. Alta-. 25 years and Carstaiis. Alta.. 10 years be- fore moving to Victoria 17 months grapher whom investigators said 1 ago. died Thursdav. broke one United States code and enabled German submarine wolf- Japanese in North China seem to the summer months. Most of the; work is with survey parties in the northern wilderness. Many of the i veteran students are hoping thatj they will be able to obtain work in their home cities. D.V.A. payments i or privileges are not extended overj the summer months, and most vet- j eran students have found out that! packs to conduct successful raids j have no regrets as they leave for j their monthly expenses at 'Varsity against- American submarines. Dr. Taiji Takashima. 29. aide to _________ I Japans General Tomoyuki Yama- April sud- shita on a mission to Germany to soiidify axis relations prior to sign- ing of the tripartite pact and alleg- edly a key figure in Japanese in- telligence. Johannes Eathje, 43. personal pilot for Hermann Goering. wjio allegedely dispatched agents into j Tientsin and repatriation. "Not so run in the neighborhood of s. j sorry to leave China." faid one. mojith. It. seems that for the sue- j den outburst from Lawrence Barrs Saturday afternoon shattered the precedure in the court room where he is on trial for the murder of a neighbor. Frank Thomas. As J. E. Lauder, Elnora farmer, stepped from the TVitriess stand where he had been called by the prosecution tog fre evidence in the case for the fsirt Hose. Barrs leaped from the dock, pointed to the ruin- ed Thomas' safe which, had been, found by the police in an excavation on his farm, "and shouted: "Say Lander, this isn't.'some of your "hsnoiwoirk here is A munner of surprise rippled, through the spectators crowding the court room as Barrs broke the silence that had characterized his demeanor since his first appearance in court. Barrs, scarcely five feet from Lauder. shook an accusing finger at the witness, then turned and al- lowed a guard to lead him quietly back into prisoner's dock. The trial then resumed. Toronto "Ex" Has Fire TORONTO, April 15 biggest spectacle ever seen at the grandstand in the Canadian Na- tional Exhibition park here occur- red Sunday when thousands of spec- tators stood in the infield and watched the great wooden stand go up in flames. The fire, from unknown causes, wrecked the big wooden structure with a loss estimated at No one was injured. The last annual Canadian Na- tional Exhibition was held in 1941, since when the grandstand, like other great buildings in the park, has been turned over to military purposes. Plans are being made to resume the exhibition in 1947. "Japan safer. No chance of having war there." EX-ALDER5LAN FACES COURT MARTIAL TRLAL LONDON. April Cable) Halfoiti D. Wilson, former Free China to gather information Vancouver alderman, appeared to- __., on Allied aircraft, bombsights and statistics. Wolfgang Schenke, 2S, China cor- respondent of the newspaper Deutsche-Beobachter, who allegedly was sent to China as a trained agen: posed- as an anti-Nazi in Chungking while gathering infor- mation. Adolphe Rossi and T. jMonievani. (3a-v- before a Canadian army gener- el court, martial charged with using improper language to a duty o3icer at Canadian military headquarters in London last March 24. PROME MISER'S DEATH KORDSGG, Alta., April R.C.M.P. today were investigating Italian liner Conteverde. allegedly empioyed in Ehrhart's intelligence network to monitor Allied radio lanes and break codes. WARNER LOCALS Easter Studies Featured at News Notes and Mre. John Loetcher and children of Mc- Leod visited the W. Stromen home at the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. A. Granberg were Magrath visitors on Monday eve- ning to attend the reception for their nephew and his bride who re- cently arrived from overseas. Mrs. Wesley Kuehn left for Sum- death of Mick Kostynuk. mine worker, whose body was found at about ajn. Sunday in a bathroom in the JCordegg boarding house. PARTIAL CURE FOR HAY FEVER BUFFALO, N.Y.. April A new drus which revealed symp- toms of curing 85 per cent of may fever patients affflicted by ragweed or grass pollens was described Sat- urday at the 100th anniversary meeting of the University of Buf- falo Medical Alumni Association. Dr. Cari Arbesman saia he ar.d Dr. George F. Koepf had completed clinical studies of the new drug, pyribenzamine. approved a few merland. B.C., on Tuesday to attend days ago by the Pure Food Admin- the wedding of her brother, Glenn Woitte, to be held there on Thurs- day of this week. Miss Tilly Heibner of New Sarep- ta arrived on Tuesday and will be employed at the F. L. llcKeirae home. Mrs. F. L. McKenzie entertained the cess of the rehabilitation, students plan the students must find a pay-! ing job where they can save money, j From the keen interest they have j shown in their courses at 'Varsity it j is safe to judge that they will be working hard to save their cash this summer. AWARDS MADE Since the middle of March prac- tically no student entertainment has! been offered. The Arts and Science i Mardi Gras which saw Boyne John- son crown Bill Brennan Calgary' King of the Campus was the last major function. Color Night in the same month at the Macdonald Hotel was the scene of the present- ation of the athletic, literary and other awards. Dei Steed of Cardsioii received the Students' Council silver award and the men's athletic association big block award- Dorothy Wil- liams of Medicine Hat awarded the literary "A" pin for being the' best; actress in the inter-year plays. I _ Alf Harper of Lcthbridge. who is j I studying for his masters degree in j agriculture, was given the Gateway j silver award for his work as asso- ciate editor of the Gateway. Joan Hay of Lethbridge "Experi- mental Farm was swarded a minor j award "M" pin besides a rider to! the "A" pin for her successful' achievement in archery. Dorothy: Sofay of Claresholm received a rider! to the "A" pin for her victories to j tennis competition. The rider to the j "A" pin and a crest went to Herts Moil of Magrath for being a member of the Panda basketball RUGS CLEANED Rugs and Chesterfields Cleaned and Demothed. THREE DAY SERVICE WILTON RUGS, per square foot ..............................4e AXMINSTER AND WOOL RtJGS, per square foot ...........5e ORIENTAL RUGS, per square depending on materials and condition. Estimates free We guarantee not to face colors or Injure fabrics Color Brite Rug Upholstery Cleaners Free Pickup and Delivery Phone 2369 ROXY FAMOUS PIWR5 THUIRf COMING APRIL 22nd riLMCD IM ALL THE CLOIIOUS I istration for general medical prac- j ._ ______ Arbesman said it would be j team which" won this year s western available by July. NEW ISLANDS DISAPPEAR TOKYO. April W> Two i. on Wednesday for their steaming volcanic islets which rose j Canadian championship for "Var- sity girls. Ann Zorko of Magrath, and Lorraine Skeith of New Day- ton, won arts awards, while Elaine MacLean of Pincher Creek wen a award for fencing. packers to secure cattle lawfully, I and then are obtaining subsidy helj: from the government by represent- ing that purchases were made at legally permissable prices." POWDER HOUSE EXPLODES, TWO BOYS BLOWN TO BITS PLENTY WOOD. Mont.. April 15. boys blown i when a small powder house more than two WASHINGTON, April A demand that Britain 15 CP) J bv her pupils last week. She was yield At- presented with a gift from her lantic bases in exchange for finan- pupils and left to meet her hus- cial help developed support today band who was returning from over- wr aken over April meeting. Ten members were out of the sea 200 miles south of present, and lour visitors. Mrs. E. i Yokosuka two months ago were i Rains read from the new study submerging todav. A patrol flight book, "Cross Over Africa." which is j reported twin islands had al- most interesting. Easter hymns most comoleCely disappeared and were sung and each member coujd hardly be discerned from tne brought an article on Easter which air_ -rhc volcanic formation appsar- they read. A dainty was j feb. 10. Smokius rocks served by the hostess, assisted by reachcd a height of approsimatelv B. Rains, j 50 ree- Mrs. Brooks, of the school teach- j ing itaff was tendered a farewell j boxing. his big block "A" stripes for 4 Today and Tues. among congressional backers well as critics of the proposed J3.- British loan. Senator John H. Bankhead seas. Her duties were taken over by F. Thomas of Monarch. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Whitesal of New Dayton have arrived and are emploj'ed on the Evans home for CARMANGAY NOTES the spring. Mrs. F. Coombes England. ill at her Mrs A deal made! Ala.) who joined a bankin; committee majority last week in re- vj.'V commending senate passage of the i loan announced that he intends to home and confined to bed a __ _ s tuji0j support a proposal to require dynamite exploded near hertTsun- cay. police reported. The boys were I identified by relatives as Fergus. president" Roosevelt. t hospital patient and will undergo Koser. 14. and William willara. Jr., 55 greedy and hog- an operation shortly. II. Actual cause of the explosion: oj QTezt Britain to ask for Mrs. Kate Pittman left on Thurs- I was not determined immediately. j tnis f assistance and be day for Zell, S.D., accompanying willing to give nothing in return." her brother. Geo. Gruenwald. of the tiabama senator told a report- i LeUibridee, by car to attend the er. "I think she ought to tarn over j funeral of their brother there, those bases to us.r" Nurse Joins Hospital Proves Popular in Neighbor- ing Centres CARMANGAY. (HNS) Mr. and-Mrs. R. Henson of Creston are the time suffering from back ailments, i to turn over bases i Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Enckson ;o She United States for 99 in the destroyer visiting their daughter. Mrs. R. y left her daughter, Gladys, SLIXGSHOT ACE BESTS PISTOL SHOTS DETROIT. April Detroit police announced re- cently that crack sharp- shooters would declare war on pigeons at the city air- port. A former Tennessee farmer. John Milligan, 34, asked if he could join the posse. The department ask- ed him in for a test Satur- day. Milligan scored an 37 on the pistol range. The police average is 70. Milli- gan used a slingshot. Milh- gan got the job. Calgary visitors this Miss Velma Diiak is a Lethbridge en MURDER CHARGES HAMILTON, April and Mrs. Donald MacLean were charged with murder today in con- nection with the torso-slaying of their son-in-law. John Dick, 40- year-old street railway employee. DISSOLVED ORAL VACCINE FOR CATARRH o -5 TO HONOR PYLE (SEE PAGE 8) OKINAWA, April services for the late Ernie Pyle, war corre- spondent killer, on le Shima last April 15. -jdll be held to- morrow in the military ceme- A tery of that little Ryukyu is- land. Sgt. Norman Porter, former newspaperman in Le Grande, Ore., will deliver the memorial address. Tomorrow A marks the first anniversary of the landing on the little island. Pyle was killed by a sniper shortly afterward. B., J TURIN BRIEFS TURIN. A number of -Mr. ladies from the village and district are hospital patients in Lethbridge. These are Mrs. C. Alien, wife of Principal Allen. Mrs. H. Mellow and Mrs. M. Desmuih. Mrs. G. Woodcock, who has been ized for nine, is to return home soon J. Bilek. who iir.dprwent an oper- ation at the Holy Cross hospital at arrived hoir.e Sunday. Melford Nordecn is at. present in CaJgary taking a three weeks i ing course. Mrs. Nordeen is with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lelefcach, across the river. Visitors from Coaldale include Mrs. Young, at the Momon home, i Mas M. Bryk, R.N.. is now a member of the Municipal hospital staff. j The Carmangay school staff and i high whool pupils took their play. "Too Many to Barons and i Nobleford this week. A good crowd. turned io csjuy ;he entsrtair Mr. and MLS. Manning Burke are visitors from Calgary for a lew' days. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cross are visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Cross." He recently received his discharge from the Canadian' navy after serving on convoy duty j m the rjor-.h and south Atlantic for; tnree years. i A A A MORE BRiDES ARRIVE and Mr. and Mrs. Nolan at the J. j Koenen home. These visitors were among the early settlers in this dis- trict. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and infant son of Picture Butte were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. T. Engman. Miss Mane Engman, cadet nurse at Great' Falls, who was here for her father's funeral, left Sun- day, to return to her duties. Five .Bntish brides and two children arriving in Canada recentlv on the Aqxii- tania re-ached Lcthbridge Monday morning. Thry in- cluae Mrs. M. Luchia and son, Robert, going :o 320 17th Street North; Mrs. E. R. McColl, 727 Cixth Street S.: Mrs. O. D. Enckson. 259 12th Street S Mrs. H. D. Peter- son. Picture Butte; Mrs. A. J. Dantjerfield and son, Ken- iNEWSPAFERr NEWSPAPER! ;