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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL GLENWOOD NOTES f Ectirf to Other Xotcs -Mr. and _______ MES. Van resumed oa San- from their soneymoon trip to TJtah. The lorcbert's car broke societv. down enrbuje south, 50 they travel- J u-- talk on areuigiKg and planting j wiil teach, half days, flowers, and Mrs. Cfiga Eansen gave 1 place of Miss Prince, vso a demonstration on making arti-1 ficiai roses. At the regular meet- Recently Mrs. Certnifie indav evening, four new' was hostess at a cinner, hoaonrg t "admitted to her father. Frapz Loose. Mrs. Xei- son served s cinner. s Jack Seaves took Mr. ad Mrs. Thayce Smith o- cg ere Glenwood visitors ._ the weekend. Bishop and Mrs. S. K. Greene _ _________ remmed on Wecnesday from ?alt her Mrs. JLynn -Brhicli Bryan has Lake ixhere ;hev attended the ses- Hursche. for a week's rssa. j been' affhctea for a number of sions of the recent genera! ccn- On Tuesday of last week years. Mr. re-turned on fereJice. ____ j and a crew of men poured Sunday, bat Mfs. Besves anc j the for the of' sn remained in Caigarj. wnere his new home, which is being built 5 Bryan be under observation for, The Test of FaitMtiiness Alwaj's love, with watchful care, Tre iZis of otiiers seeks to the Gocse. I: was break, of day and the Black Shadows sere humsng aaay from she pcmo of tne Bearer. Tae there 3L5tir the conimg _ Tr a quiet, peaceful sugla.' un BOW ISLAND NOTES Churches to Hold Joint Good FtS- dav At- tend Beard Meetings BOW (EXS) A' 1 Good Friday service with the congregation o- j Cnurch and St.! dav. Special Easter music win be rendered in all, and Confirmation j and Baptismal services in some. Mrs. M. Sehonert received mord of her daughter's illness in Georgia, and di3 not make the trip south as she had planned to do. Mr. Ssaith Sr. has gone to On- tario for a. visis with his daughter. The manr friends and neighbors CHAMPION NOTES Farawr Ketwns Califs is C.AY.A.C. is Discharged Jorable discharge and is enjoylnf j holiday with her pareats, Mr. and 'Mrs. Albert Orcutt. California j" and Mrs. Fred Clever have their guests, Mr. and Mrs- George Wight cf Hawthorne, California. Also of Hawthorne, Calif, are Mr. women's of: Bow island en: ori the ccmer a bloei of Jns', s. month. I be seme changes in I The English ca2 the peanut a ____________ On of Jasi the i the teaching a: school af :er sut -FASHION Coll MARQUIS Flower Shop Marquis Hotel Phone 4377 THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC By 1946 amendment to the Lethb ridge Charter the Citr Assessor is re- quired to place on the Voters' List of the city: The names of all persons; fepth trials and femalsi of ihe fall age of twenty-one years, Tvho are assessed In their OTVE right on the last revised Assessment Son for real or personal property of the value of two jottndred dcHars or uprrards, and ivhere the real propexty is owned by two or more per- sons and is assessed in Ifrefr mmes, each such person .snffl? be entitled to be placed t'pa list if total assessed Talne of the property is sufiicieiK divided to give each person a rating of two hundred, dollars or more; if otherwise, none of such persons shall be entitled to be placed ca the voters' list. The names of the husbands and of the persons whose appear on the assessment roll tjrovided appli- cation in tsxiung signed by the person assessed is made to the City Assessor on or before August first in the year in which the application is made to have the husband or wife, as the case may be, of such person placed on said voters' list, snd provided further that the husband ana wife are livjug together ia the City of Lethbridge at tlie time of such application and that the as- sessed value of the property assessed in the name of the husband or wife making the application is over four hundred dollars; and provided further that the city assessor require anc ostain from any such ap- plicant proof satisfactory to lum of his or her cualiflcatioa and. that for that purpose the city assessor or any deputy appointed by him in writing shall have authority to take from any such applicant a statutory de- claration or affirmation proving any state- ment rcs.de by the said applicant, "fc> The names of all corporations as- sessea on the last revised assessment roll for "real or personal property of the value of two hundred co-lars or upwards, provided tnat any such corporation so entered on the voters' list may vote by any person being an. officer, member or employee of the cor- poration, bat no person shall vote for more than one corporation and no person shall be entitled to vote for any corporation if he or she is otherwise entitled to vote. The names of aH persons, both male and female, of the full age of twenty-one years, who are British subjects by tarth or naturalisation and who are residing in the City of Lethbridge and who have so resided continuously since the 30th day of Novem- ber of the year immediately preceding the year in. which the voters' list is being pre- pared, provided each such person in the year for which tie voters' list is being pre- pared has made an application to be placea on the voters' last for the then current year, in ihe manner and at the time hereinafter set forth and prescribed, to a Registrar ap- pointed by the City Council to receive, hear and record such applications." NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL WHOM FT MAY CONCERN That 3. the tmdersigned, SEZSf W. PINDLAY, have been appointed by tie City Council as Registrar for the rear 1346 to receive, hear and record the applications of aH persons qualified under Clause (d) fcoove-mentioned. arid set forth, and that I or a Deputy appointed In writing by me win open and keep open during tne period hereinafter mentioned an office for the registration of persons qualified uncer the provKJons of Clause (d) aforesaid. The said office will be in the City As- sessor's office in the City Hall end It wi2 be kept open during the months of May, June, Jaly and August in each year between the hours nine in the forenoon and five in the afternoon of each Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of said period and between the hours of two in the afternoon and nine in the eve- ning ol eaca Saturday of the said period. AXD J-L-KlHtK TAKE NOTICE that all persons duly qualified under the provisions of Clause (c) aforesaid who appear In per- son at the said Registration Office during the period aforesaid shall upon making before the officer in charge of said Regis- tration Office (who is authorized and em- powered to administer the same) an oath or affirmation or solemn declaration that he or she is so qualified, be entitled to be registered as a voter, and the registrar is required to place the names and addresses of "all such persons on the list or registered voters. Every person upon registration as afore- said is required to state to the officer in charge of the Registration Office whether he or she is a public school supporter or a separate school supporter, ar.d the said registration officer is required to mark the list accordingly. DATED at Lethurldge, Alberta, this 4th day af April, AJD. 1946. HELEN W. FINDLAY, Registrar. Roger Chester accompanied viiie Aos of Cabri, Saskstchex-aa. Board of the Women's of as far as Cranbrook. af- Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Harris and ______________...___________'. the Anglican Church. The meetings te, a her parents, Mr.: fanulv have moved to their new held at Pager on April 4 j G. A. Orr. i formerly Mrs. B. Anderson's Sock rniiSt be a long way froin here and 5. While attending ihe meet- j Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sisson of t home. Walter Smith- has purchased now She said ings. Mrs. Whitney was a guest at} calgarv are guests for a few davs the former Harris bouse. Mrs. cnec Pacdy. Dafferm Lodge, and later raited; at- the" home of Mr. and Mrs. F., Smith and little daughter arrived 1 -Honk, onk, onk. ker-hosk." Tmh mends Tihile attending the; Clever. ifroin Wmnioeg last week and the There be no those studio of Chma En route I Mrs. Rada is spending sev- family are now settled in their new voices. Thev grew louder and loader jj-g. vrhitner insited at Medicine era! davs in Calgarv visiting with home. and Bassano, and 3 her brother. Vest Shanks, who is Mr. and Mrs. i Thev nere rapidly nearer. Brooks -ew JSinMs the flock splash I ed down on the water of k splash- s at Lethbndge on her mum a patient in the Holy the pond ,o-imev with Mrs. Monds, a former having undergone nd resident. this and Honker was beside Mrs. Hos- the ter, caressing her. taS-ng to her.; k. Ther t Then the others gatherea arosinc j weariness that had Sucn escitemeni! It c-ear tnar pond a wel- Mrs. Honker's re-am had upset tne tnipk asoysd fo. com; sight the end of the TP" do aboJit' spring garbage coliection soon, and fbght iss- cay before. They has j _! TO- co aoou. are asked to be pre- rSde the joarasy soutu ia the Pared. j. Vrti- SSSir' UQ 5 will stay here? Mrs. i The "Pollyanna" C.GiT. group 5? Paddy. have made plass for a affenrJe CCopyright, 1945. by T. W. BurgessJ j party to be held during the Easter] -nise old Hcaker ever giie the signs- to start? Could he oe __________ W. A. Cook. Mr. Cross Hos- j and Mrs. S. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. a serious 5 G. Hall and daughter, aU of Glei- eye oneranon. chen. were guests Sunday at ihe s Miss Idllian Orcutt. formerly s; home of the former's daughter, s sergeant ir> the Canadian Women's j Mrs. J. D. Henderson and Mr. Hen- .T Armir Corns, has rpffirfd hon- beeni going "to stay oier nere for a day? What was he waiting for? BUL none impatience to Eorker. That, wasn't to be tnougnt of. last came the signal, and Eonker's sreat wings lifted into tne air. Mrs. Honker foJowed. and then in order the others found In Police Court ins "back, gradsially gro'Ein; fabl sul thev could no longer be heard. -It is-as mce harms risers here. I -Bonder if TrUl see thena again next sa-d Paddy. "Has Honker ever told you i invitations have The nsxi story: "Tne Decision." j G. Heeves of Lethbr-dge visitor at, the manse this vv-eek. Frank Adams retamed several davs ago, after having been a couple i of "weeks in the Colonel Belcher i hospital. i L. Ferae renn-ned home from i a business irip in Saskatchewan. E. H. Russell, a trucker, was con- j are eagerly ly holi- j CuEen are' CuUen., Britain I i Tony Shatz has been busy biiHdin he re- i iming too manv aasseng- track. F. E. Balcerson was; alterations on tne fined S5 and cosis. while 3. Ches- i cenay purchased, ana win soon be man contributed S20 and costs for j announcing the opening of Jos nuK i bar and lunch counter. We Have a Stock of the New Radiator Tubular CORES For Chevrolet, Chrysler and Dodge Cars and LET OUR EXPERT MECHANICS TAKE CARE OF Motor Tnne-np Gas and Oil Check Tire Ee-Caps Brake Control Xew Faint Job Body Work NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS 301-307 13th Street X. Phone 4268 visit us in ihe fall thev fly to the Sunny asked Mrs. Paddy. Pacdv shook his head. said he. "I've troncered abou; that my- self- It seems they go ceg "way and rerum another, bat I doa't. knois-. Perhaps they jus; like a change. Hello! Who is ZiOtr over the treetots aoaeared a lone Goose. I: tras Mrs. Honker. Hie two Bearers doubted their o'arri eves. She came conn en the -rater a little from thera. In her eres tras a look of distress. illegal possession of liquor. last came Tie signal, arvl Hon- iers great wings Hfied luin into the air Pleasant to Live With "What brings vou cried -I couldn't; keep replied Mrs. Honker, sadly. iL because of ihas hurt Jirs. Paddy asked. Mrs. Honker nodded. "Ti just isn't strong enough. I guess tne long trip yesterday too much for ir. I kne-w almost as soon as ire lef c here this saonung ihat I -srotildri't ce able to make another long flight, today. so I dropped oat and came back. It seemed the only Cnns to do. I hope you -vron't mind." i "Of course ve cried 1 Pacd- and Mrs. Paddy together. "Well be glad to have you stay as long as you -sran; to. Does Honker 'know vou have droDDed asked Sirs. Paddy. j T don't admitted Mrs. "Honker. "I just kept dropping back because I couldn't keen" tip. Then 1 I turned back and here 1 fim. The CJOC Daily Programs 1000 KCS. "WEDNESDAY, APR.H-17 O'clock Favorites. and the Pirates. and Local News. MiHer Time. Amateurettes. or Pay. Time. News Summary. Round-Up. 8 Hour. Green Hornet. Haunting Hour. Report and "World Mews Music. "Weather Forecast. Stones. Strings. 12 OFF. 7 S. S 3: 9: 9 9 9 10 10 10, n: II: 11; 12: 12 12 12 i 1: 1 I THURSDAY, APRTX, IS "Upper Club. "Club. Moments. Report aafl Morning Melodies. News. of life. ia the WSawood. Wife. union. Crvstal Calendar. Sister. Neighbor SJood. Happv Garg. To Be. Lounge. A. C. Slow. News. Time Novelties. Woman of America Perkins. Young. Romances. Review. to Peace. for Miladi. Program. Western Round-Up. 118 FIFTH ST. S. When you furnish your home, seek quality and beauty... furniture that traly re- flects your personality and your way of life furniture that is pleasant to live with. To furnish your home tastefully does not require a large income an average salary can afford whatever is needed. The St. Louis cannot to supply all your requirements, but we can guarantee to help you choose furniture that will be pleasant to live with for many years to come. ST. LOUIS FURNITURE PHONE 2210 The Furniture Store with the Friendly Atmosphere 1EWSP4PERS 1EWSP4PERS ;