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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TEE LETHBRIDGE :ALD THURSDAY, APRIL Highlights In The News to have his pie- CITY VISITOR George S. iloffatt. general sales manager fcf iicn-s cnocoiates in Canada, is s biisness vastor m the Weather TRADERS USANCE Extending ail its f Xatiorisiization of Nova Scotia's grapher's coal mines as step tovrards ture TQVo compiishmg the United Mine! Workers' program for revitalizing Three-year-ole Jawjues _ the uidustry was urged by C. B.I lost hs a_fire wnicaaestrov- Wade. U.M W. research uocai director for cissrict adcress before a club. UJJ. Fighter Own Food Overseas LONDON, April Les- nevich arrived here Wednesday frora New York with a big n Rreddse Mills. British opponent for their battle May 14 for the world's light-fceavy- T. Gray, Victoria Medicare Hat Calgary...... FORMER JAIL WARDEN DEES in Leihhricge were shock- _ ___. TRTeeiiesdsy to ieam from Vic- f Edmonton BO. of tie death there of pa-mew TVilham G. -Casey" Scgecton. 67, Gjaride Prairie foraer warfen of the proraciai, iaii here. Mr. Scgentcn. tern in; George 1 Prince Rupert 63 67 60 43 62 65 70 72 69 62 53 57 62 53 52 31 41 41 27 30 i rices to trie residents of Sou-hem' i Alberta, Tracers Finance Corpor- .-jauon Limited has opened a _ .-staffed office at 1 McKenzie EJec- sVvear-oId town fcaU. trie Buildirig. 70Sa Third Are. S..' __ One fireman was injured and darasge estimated as caas-' ed by a fire which destroyed a; ikn. MBCT., drug store and the' her mother, who iras prevent rajjoried .o from saving her son by flames engsiifed ihe get a when three Shipping officials at they can ounces of understand Mills !s a nice fel- Tear's all 111 give 41 30 34 44 39 SI 41 1 letohndge. under jhe management T of Terrence M. f t Iv returned from overseas servii a captain in the 2.' 10 enlistment _____ I served his compass in Wmaipeg. Delegates representing packins- i Saskatoon. Edmonton and Calgary I unions in Canada and Cnit- as an accountant the years j auend the meeting. oi 1336 1940. He JS at present stay- _ I ins at the Marxps hotel, and is Fifteen junior officers of the rr loofcicg for a resicence :or his wife. xarv- who refsised to sail in' (irho is si present stayjjag in Caisary. k-r! Vern DeGeer Quits NOT GOING TO BOUVIA H. Kitchie. Regma. educs snc fore- of oengjai yjfcr, Lid, a nstor fa the city Tnurs estner vstKe; rroic Sevr -.-trra i-icirrsnrp romnanies holdme o' Co_ of Lethbridge -s-as sentenced i to seven days' irapnsomnent in the j __ provmczsl jail- j T i Parking a motor vehicle on the! irrong side of a street brought Don- Ee .ras a x- CUSG at Vdi.COU.eT. 2. aid 3L Bishop of Lethbridge a of and S3 costs. parking a truck in a restricted parking area cost K. S. Chisholm of Barons a Sue of SI and costs. Earry Torkelson of Lethbridge fined and costs for riding a bicycle on a Tn. "city police court Wednesday. Albert S. Comelson of Lethbridge admitted, harffig liquor unlatsTfuiIy in other than his private residence and ires fined and costs. A similar charge against Fred Kerbs of Lethbridge -sras dismissed after police presented their evi- dence. Kerbs pleaded not guilty. going u the "same direction at an Intersection brought a fine of 55 and S3 costs to Darius Hofer of Sdrling. John Thiessen of Coaldale was fined and costs for parking a motor vehicle in a "bus stop." LIBERAL EXECUTIVE TO CONVENE IN MAY _____ past grand master of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan. Canadian Pacific Hallway Cora- f shareholders of Bums lamired. at the 18th meet- ing held in Calgary 'Wednesday. John Bunas, chairman; K. J. jyn-rng, president, and A. C. New- ton, vice-nresident, were re-elected by the board following the share- holders" mEeting. The fcllowins: directors were elected: John Bums. S. J. Dinning, A. C. Newton. 'William Toole. 1L M. parrr reported earnings for the week Porter. K_C R. S Munn andR. R. ended Ipnl 2i st com- .Furlong. Caigary; CpL A. M. Brown, pared revenues of 35 for O.B.E. and D Alei Ross Van- couver: E. R. MUner, Edmon- ton: "W. S. Hocgens and E. R. Jack- the corresponding week in. 1943. tor in Canada. KTttBERLET CURLERS PAT OFF MORTGAGE Electric Heating Pads to Remington Electric Razors Jackson Draffin DRUGGISTS Jake Friesen. Mrs. L. Nelson and son Kenneth Ktumed last weekend from a tap rn Minn. O- BABY'S UPSET STOMACH QUICKLY CORRECTED BABY'S little U often ema3 It. Is easily KTMBERUBY, B Kimberley CurJing club at the close of its operating season this redeemed all shares in its new rink building, and has paid off a anort- gage which leaves the club com- plete ownership of the building at Including the fix- cures. In addition to naying off the! mortgage, the Curling club is in a firtaTirfH position of being able to purchase worth, which is 700 shares, in the current campaign to sell worth of shares in the artificial ice project which, appears likely to eater the practical stage of installation this summer. to KOChester, JTITI, j ixxicion. O-r t tell Sir and Mrs. K. J. F. Hodgson a help at the esa of----- are holiday visitors at Great Falls. 1 Alontana. j cvrv awav pctsons and prosxKe vSeepu Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Martens, ac- j...... companied by their son Henry, left last Monday" for a trip to Ontario. return they exnect to pro- ceed to British. Columbia, -wnere thev nave acquired a fruit farm in the" Fraser Valley. W. R. Shsrp says: "I tumed EJjr baby shortly after being alaKaed over a motor utoczdest acd that her to the pome Eainr's Tables TOT3XG DESIGNER The official fla? of Alaska was designed by a 13-year-old boy. asd she sooa stopped to ileep." erfesaive for teetcins uoabitt. coa- sapie fever easly cnsbed to a powder, if prompt in action. Xo "sleepy" dclfing effect. Buy A box today for sickaess oftea la the 25 CROWDED PILGRIMS The Mayflower was only IQQ feet long, snd 20 to 25 feet. A meeting of the provincial lib- eral executive will be held in May preparatory to calling a general convention of party supporters in October, is is announced. J. Stambaugh of Brace is the presi- dent of file provincial association. Before thp is ic is proposed to hold meetings of all constiruency associations. The con- stituency groutw will likelv be asked to discuss proDOsals for a partv platform in orcer to facilitate the drafting of the platform at the gen- eral convention. The choice of a provincial leader will be deferred until the convention, It is under- stood. Prank Warner of Goldenvilie. NJS, loss the sight of an eye when a rifie bullet cropped from his pocket into a bonfire and exploded. Operations in the steel erection, wood and Tjaiat departments of the 'Sasisrc. Car plant "are closed down because of shortage of materials. The shut-down is expected to be only temoorary as steel stock is re- ported on the way from the United States. During the first month after shark meshing was reorganized off Evcnev's swimming beaches follow- ing wartime suspension, two sharks were trapped. Traffic was snarled and crowds jammed Ottawa's rr.ain thorough-; fare "Wednesday as Viscount Alex- i air tiie new governor-general, j man, MJP., Toronto, and A. E. Pequegnat, "Waterloo. visited a promiEeuv Ottawa photo- j DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA Salvation Army Citadel TONIGHT p.m. MAJOR NORMAN BUCKLEY and MUSICAL QUINTETTE Of Calgary Lethbridge Y.M.C.A. FIRST ANNUAL Minstrel Show May 2, 3, 4 Y.M.C.A, GYM "Come On Down .1 With the Merry Minstrels In their happy program of songs, jokes, dances and choruses. Gather a party together or tae family and enjoy a. good laugh! TICKETS Children and students: 25c Adults: 35c PROCEEDS FOR BOYS' AND GIRLS' SUMMER CAMP Sponsored by the Tonng People's So-Ed Council i STORAGE i SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Ars in-filed to meet representa- tives of oar committee at the Y.M.C.A. azy Thtirsday between the hoars c. S end pjn. Our co33rrtittee wiil be glad to he-p yea 5u any way possible. Lethferidge Rehabilitation Committee CHRISTENSENBROS. PMONE28Q2 A Meeting of the Board of Industrial Relations Will be held in the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, Commencing at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 1st, 1946 For the purpose of hearing submissions, oral or written on the subject of an Order of the Board prohibiting employment of female employees between the hours of 12 o'clock midnight and 6 a.m. the following morning. Also on the subject of holidays with pay for all employed persons. CLAYTON ADAMS, Chairman, Board of Industrial Relations. I For all I I Woolens and Furs GUARANTEED AND INSURED I AGAINST MOTHS, FIRE, THEFT AND LOSS I I I I I Your value'd apparel is stored in con- trolled temperature vaults, built to specially worked out details. Tais is cot merely a "cold storafe" system the raoths and eggs only stop growing tmtu they return to normal tempera- tare and then corne to lite again. The maimrn process celmitely falls all molts and their eggs before the goods