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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1946 Fine Arts School In City June 3-15 Leihbridge Sketch Club -members closed their winter activities with banquet Tuesday eveutog and made plans for their spring art classes which be held in the city June 3 to 15 at Mr. H. G. Giyde, Calgary artist, be instructor. This. Sum- mer School of Fine Arts is sponsor- ed by the University of Alberta, de- partment of extension in co-opera- tion -Kith the Institute of Tech- nology and Art, Calgarv and the local Sketch Ciub. At the banquet Tuesday. Mr. Bart Pragnell, graduate of the Winnipeg Institute of Art, and former art director of Moose Jaw schools, -who has been residing here for several months, gaie the class a splendid talk on art appreciation and self expression through art. He also fare constructive criticism of the nork cone by the members during past season. THE LETHBRIDGE HERAU) PAGE Fear that Fletcher Mayne island fisli who disappeared 10 days ago while carrying in "has met foul play was ftnressed in Vancouver by his wife officials of the 5rm which em- ployed him. Wed In City by Clarke; Herald Engraving. Mr. and Mrs. Thosnas whose wedding took place is Leth- bridge during April. They are re- siding at Iron Springs. Women AROUND THE WORLD A resolution asking that the fed- eral government restore price con- trols at the rate prevailing last Feb. 1, passed Wednesday bv a public meeting sponsored oy the Winnipeg Women's Council of the Labor-Progressive party. 1 Lucille Aust. assistant professor of textiles at the University of WED AT CARDSTON Charles A. Battershill of Chicago, native of Winnipeg, has been ap- pointed Vancouver city engineer. Manitoba, told s. teachers' Wednesday that nylon material re- taining permanent pleats soon be on the market. Winnipeg's Local Council of Wo- men. representing 78 women's or- ganizations. unanimously passed a resolution urging changes in the Canadian divorce laws to corres- pond with those in effect in Great Britain. It's the end of ths line for Tor- onto's girl street car and bus oper- ators who once numbered 340. Only SO sull are by the Tor- onto Transportation Commission. 33 are to leave their jobs next Mon- day and the rest will be replaced] as quickly as former T.T.C. men return froni the war zones. Screen actress Anne Baxter has announced her engagement to John leading rqaT1. and said they would be married in June- ENJOYMENT s" eyes light up when Shreddies are oa the table for breakfast. And Shreddies' -whole wheat nourishment helps keep those eyes bright. Because wheat, with its precious wheat germ, bran 2nd other ingredients, is Nature's best food to keep active young bodies healthy and clear-eyed; Youngsters get their whole wheat the really enjoyable A PARTY TREAT Dip Shreddies in melted "semi-sweet chocolate. Lift out a fork and allow to set. A food and candy-coated party delight. is ngiaeral troth-mark mmtd in tj THE CANADIAN SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY, LIMITED NIAGARA FALLS, CANADA REPORT OF WX APRIL MEETING The Lethbndge Women's Instz-. tute held their April meeting at the' home of Mrs. O. Minor with 18 ladies present. Mrs. H. G. Greveit of Calgary was a. visitor at the meeting. i Mrs. E. Borgal was the i_ speaker and she gave a short talk CARESTOX Eliea.{ daughjer of Mr. sr-d Mis. C. O.j Frencli of became ihej bride of David R. Bir-gham. son or j Thomas Bmgham. Magratb. at a i pretiv ii'eddibg ceremony at ihe j home c' Mr. Kenneth Long an Cardston iriii Bishop D Ca- i boon officiating on Saturday. Ap-1 ril 20. Gowned in a floor-length sheer, the bride wore a Jong veil and carried red roses. Her bridesmaid Miss Joyce Daises of Hilipnng. Mr. Howard HolMday. Magrath, at- tended his cousin, the groora- .a weeding reception was held In the Pioneer room for 75 guests from Cardston. Magrath. Hill- spring. Woolford and Boundary Creek being present Contributing to a musical program were Mrs. R. Butler. Kenneth long, Mrs. K. Tollev. Mrs. B. B. Andrus and Grant Caldwell gave the toast to the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Bingaam left for 3. trip to Wyoming and will reside at "Woolford. Hindu Women Make Emancipation Gain BOMBAY. April Hindu women, wno lor centuries bare been deprived of legal and social rights, have won a great victory sc their struggle for eman- cipation. Under the separate residence and maintenance law. just enacted by the central legislative assem- bly, a Huidu 7100133 may sue her husband for separate residence and maintenance, if he "suffers from any ioatasome disease not contract- ed froffl her; i' he Is guilty of, such cruelty towards her as to renaer it unsafe or undesirable for: her to live with him; if he is guil- tv of desertion; If he marries again; if he ceases to be a Hindu j conversion to another religion; if he keeps a cor.cubir.e or resides; a I'll her; ard for any other liable Graduate Australia, and Kathenne Young, epresentative of Uie Canadian fllm board in Australia, were macried joday in Mary's cathedral. Mr. Stewart previously was a war correspondent in Sicily. Italy and Prance, and later in the Pacific theatre. Born la Que.. he is 32. Miss Young Is a daughter of Dr. F. A. Youns of Winnipeg. The best man was Paul Malone of Vancouver, secretary in the of- fice of the Canadian high commis- sioner to Australia. The matron of honor was Mrs. Rosalie Bower of Edmonton. The bride was given by Hon. T. C. Dans, dian high commissioner. IS AN ESSENTIAL Since "today opportunity in life is i determined by educational oppor- on social welfare. She stressed the need of a free swimming pool and recreation hall. A successful tea and apron sale was held in ihe Gas Company audi- torium on April 4. The pillow cases were won by Mrs. A. E. Huff, 533- 14th St. S. A social hour followed the meeting with refreshments served bv the hostesses. Mrs. O. Minor. Mrs. McElroy and Mrs. F. Rogers. A DEODORANT OF DOU1LEACTION HELPS PREVENT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AND ODOR WITHOUT IRRITATING THE SKIN ARRID gives you double protection. It protects you from paspimion odor, helps protect your clothes from perspira- tion spots. Arrid is an odorless deodorant, with the fine texture of a boturf cream. Ir, vanishes immediate results. With Arrid, you arc absolutely safe cm yourself wherever you of the weather. Protect your daintiness and charm filth Amd. Sort using it today. It is v cry economical. 15f, 39e and 59e. ARRID SvBing WHEN FOLKS SAY THEY REALLY CAN'T STAY" "Friends may be passing by and just drop in for a just hint that you're going to serve brisk tasting Lipton's Tea, and watch them sit back and relax." Yes. everyone stays for Lipton's Tea, once they've tasted its lively, full-bodied flavour that experts say is brisk. Everyone comes back for a second cup of Lipton's because its flavour is always spirited and tangy, never flat or insipid. Change to Lipton'ss the tea that means more enjoyment in every cup because of its lively, brisk flavour. tumty. there must be equality of op- poriunitv for higher education." Dr. F. S. Morley of Calgary told more than two hundred delegates and guests attending ihe HS-A. banquet at Olds recently. A gross inequality of educational opportunity exists in Alberta, the speaker said, declaring, "as regards this phase of education, we are definitely living in the dav of the middle ages. Any student who has to come from outside a. uniier- sitv city to acquire an education should certainly be subsidized by the state. Higher education must be regarded as essential." C.P. Correspondent Wed In Australia SYDNEY. Australia. Anrll 25 (C.P Stewart, Ca- nadian Press staff correspondent in Recent Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ek were married recently at Bow Island and are making their home in Shaugh- nessy at present. The bride was formerly Catherine EU, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. EU of Grassy Lalte and the groom is from Ai- bemi, B.C. Has Many Uses v Jjy Alice Brooks This pSnvrhee! design will be a jtnze winner everywhere. Use No. j 30 cotton, for daintier squares; string for quick ores. One square crocheted in string and you've a lovely doily. Join a number for larger pieces Pattern has cirecuons for square. j Send 20 cents to the Lethbridge Herald. Pattern Dept, for each pat- tern. Two weeks' Uaie should be allowed for pattern to reach you Use This Coupon Print Your Name and Address Plainly. A Recipe for Today remr BKJEAD PCDOIXG 1 cup toasted bread cubes (cut In ii-inch cubes) cup Ali-Bian 1 cup chopped nutrceats cup chopped dates or figs 2 eggs 2 cups milk 1-3 cup sugar teaspoon sal: 1 teaspoon vanula 2 tablespoons melied buti'r. Combine bread cubes. Stan, nuiineats and fruit, turn izuo greased shallow bafcing Beat eggs well, add tnhfr. sugar, salt. vanilla and butter: pour o'ser aread cubes. Place cish in pan of ho; water and baxe in a over fie? P So to 60 minuvs. Serve Juvenile .Crime In Romper Close LOS ASOHLJB8, Aprfl Juvemle crime reached into rozcper flMK. Cynthia Beaoett, 2Z ooniias started for corner grocery terday, clutching two shiuy cies and of tiie candy counter. Bat en route, police -were told, she iras seS upon by two boys, aged about three and four, beaten to Uie sidewalk and robbed. Hospital attendants said sbe saf- I ferefi a. hraia coaesscion- J--------------------------------------------- warm or cold -with whipped cream, J if desired. Yield: S to Miss Kathleen MacQuarrie. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mac- Quame of Barons be a mem- ber the graduation class of Sd- raonton General Hospital on Mar 5. Prior to becoming a csirse-iE-tram- ing. Msss MacQuarrl? attended the public and high schools at Barons. A Piaple Cmretf Face Kills May t The American Society for Pre- vention of Craelij to Ar.unals pro- j vided refuge in Xew York for a four-foot. 125-pour.d stray seal de- hvered in an ambulance after 12 DOTS it injured ca a Staten island beach. Lawrence W. Merahn. promotion director for the New York Sun. was elected president of the National Newspaper Promotion Association at the close of its 18th annual con- vention in New York. To: The Lethbndge Herald. Pattern Dept, LethbndRe. Alla- Pattern 7316. Name Address CJOC Daily Programs 1000 KCS. THURSDAY, APRIL 25 O'clock Favorites. in Scarlet and Local News. Sexeaaders. of Victor. Hall. Geoffrey Waddington Show. News. Round-Up. Caesar. is Music Orchestra. Art Van Damme Quin- tet. Report and News. Music. Orchestra. Weather Forecast. Frasers. Orchestra. FRIDAY, APRIL 26 Upper Club. Club Moments. Report and Morning Melodies. Memory Test of Life. in the Wildwood. Wife. Linton. Crystal Calendar. Sister. Neighbor. Mood. HapDv Gang. Wallace. Lounge. A. L. C Show. Time Novelties Woman of Anieric-ii. Perians. Young'. Romances. Review. for Miladl. Program, Islanders. Round-Up. 100 MILLION BOTTLES SOLD! VERY EFFECTIVE FOR MONTHLY PAIN LydU E. Piriklaia's Corapoond DOES JkSORE than relieve rnoothlr when due to female fuactxnal pcnodic distin-bacccs. It also relieves acOHnpasy- ing weak, tjrcd, cersfots. craziky of such natcre. 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