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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1946 Few Easter Lilies -5- 4- Chocolate Radical Trends in Dress for Annual "Easter Parade" Kain Honored at Banquet first seace-tiaie Easier, alter tix of Var. finds raacy sisort- prevaUSng in Lethbriege al- though trie general volurae of trade Is good. Travel is lighter to distant points anticipated and Easier Ssery does not give indication of anv "radical change. Easier lilies are scarce new. ss as across the Dosilsios. owing to bulb shiojnents froa> Jspan fesvteg beea resumed in tiscs to have the blooms ready 5or tills sea- son. Local greenhouses report a lairly good supply of otter fiowrs end plants srd expect to have saf- Hciest to susply the desasnd. supply cf bam-ysrd eggs is normal but are c-i the onsEioc that tbere win be an sd-eqaaie szaoont for tte Easter festivities. Meetings regular sneetteg of I.O.OJ. Lodge No. 2 will be held on Friday. IStb in the I.O.O.F. baU st 8 p-ns. AU meaibers are as'xed to attend. Announcements Jtev. G. A- and the JabJiaire Trio trill be holding ing tomorrow at S p.m- rer- zuson is the radio director of the of Faith" broadcast heard iaihr over CJAT Trail. B.C. 1677 Births Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Chapman of Crvsial Lake aanosmce the birth of a son. Donald James, on April 11. a; Gait Hospital 1082 Mr. and Mrs. James MarsUslsay announce the birth of a son. David Jsiaea, en April i2ta at Gait Hos- pital. Cards Of Thanks Mrs. lAVsna Price and lamEy to express their sincere thanfcs to the nurses of St. Michael's Hos- pital for their kindness during the lesgtnly Illness of Mr. J. A. fries and appreciation .to friends wno helned in any iray during thdr re- cent bereavement. _ 1682 Chocolate Easter eggs are prac-j tically out of the picture here thcagh a few of ttem nave been purchased. There will be a small stock of other caacy some stores but not sufficient meei the de- mand. EASTEK HAM SCAKCE irhicii bas aZ-srays been a j feature of the festive board a: tais> season, is very scarce owing to ship- znents being inace overseas. j There are no radical changes re- ported in men and women's in Lethbridge for tie Easier par-< ade Mea comment that they have to buy vrhst they cac get rather than -srhat they want. Women iiave a -aricer of choice w.rh macy little feminine frills haviEgi been added to their wardrobe choice since the cessation of hostilities. TTftTei to distant points fromf Lerhbridge has cot been as heavy; as anticipated when special on the railway were resaraec alter a the -srar rears "and now in. effect; Easter. Many tickets are bemg so'd short trips. Civilian travel j feae Increased in this respect bus! less military travel !s reported. travel will "be heavy with special' Easter rates in effect. PSioto; Herald Esgraving. 1. J. retiring secretary-treasurer of Beny Chevrolet-Oids- JIe. Lid, is shemn'above ss he received a presentation from 3sri Davis on behalf of the company staff. The occasion was a, banquet for Mr. Ksin in the hotel, at which members of the company staff were present. Pictured at the exirerse right of the photograph is Charles J. F. Beny. president of the organization. 39 42 30 23 .02 Memoriam Montreal............. 56 Toronto.............. 59 Winnipeg 58 Regina 57 Slocse Jaw 58 Saskatoon............ 57 30 PHnce Albert 53 21 Victoria 58 42 North. Battleford 54 34 Medicine Hat......... 57 45 Lethbridge 62 35 Calgary 59 35 Edmonton 56 33 Vancouver 56 42 Forecast Official forecasts Issued at 11 a. _jril 18, by the Dorsinioa Public Weather CSice at Edmonton. Valid until saidnight Eriaav: Lethbridge region: Clear sad warmer todav and .criday. Low to- night ai; Lelhbrlaee 35. high Fndsy 75. Light -winds, becoming strong southwest 20 m.p.h. this afternoon. Medicise Hat region: Clear and warmer tocav and Friday. Low to- night at Medicine Hat 40. High Fridav Moderate wind 15 m.pjL, coming light this evening and strong southwest winds 20 m.p-h. Friday fcfiernoon. In loving- memory of our dear bssband, father and son.-in.-law, Hichaid Semoie Ferguson.- who passed awav April 18th. 1933. In mjisd a daily thought, la heart silent- sorrow. 'Inserted by his loving laughter Jean and 1715 CHRISTENSENBROS. tic ififSc u rec PHONE 2802 LABORER IKJtJRED Tagaehl, a Japanese laborer on'tne Jensen Bros, farm south of Haymond, -vae Mny a tarn" this Treek on a high grace -with a tractor and tipped over. tractor pinned him un- derneath, the fenders -with his face downward. He suffered eight broken ribs and a. broken collar bone. For- tunately one of the Jensen "broth- ers iras close saw the accident and ouickiv freed the man. perhatx saving nis" life, TagucM is slowly improving in the local hospital. T j. yafn, for JOKST years a member cf the staff of tae General Motors agency here, sov known as Benv Chevroiei Oldsmobile, Ltd, was' honored at a banquet in the 2Iarquis hotel "Wednesday evening on the occasion of his leaving the: company's services. The varied program -sras featured bv the presentation to Mr. Kain of i a'parting gift on behalf of the staff of the organization, Bers Davis made ttie presentation. The eetire company's staff was on hand for the banquet, as -srell as a number of out-of-to-sn visitors, j Paving a tribute to the retiring staff "member. Charles Beny praised Mr. Kain's ardeni and enthusiastic "We regret- the loss of your services to our Lethbridge company and the community in whica you ived so long and served so faith.--: "ully in the various patriotic en- deavors during the great conflict just concluded, but also, and I am sure -I speak for the representatives of our great manufacturing cor- poration wao are -with, us tonight, Co loss to the industry. Ee -rfshed Mr. Kain success in his new en- deavor. air. Beny announced that Mr. Kain's successor as secretary-treas- urer of the coznoaay -would be Gor- don Goodridge of Regina. Mr. Goodridee -will take over his duties here effective May 1. He also-an- nounced the appointment. of San Rhode as the new service superin- tendent. Among the attending the banquet veers twenty ex-service- men: Ivan Hales. Schweit- zer, Charles Stempe. Bob, Befus, E. Taylor, Maynard Rushford, Dave Cannon, Charles Stempe, George Edwards, Reed Wood, Rudy Harvey tnn, Joim Dave Petrie, John Kegard, Tee Bounds, Ralph. Vath, George Tur- ner, A. E. Carlson, Morris Irrtne SCHOOLS CLOSE FOR EASTEJK HOLIDAYS Citv schools closed their doors Thursday afternoon. as the Easter iioli- days got underway. Pupiis not return until Mon-