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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEC THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE MILADI WOMEN AKUL.NU MOKU) June Bride-Elect Li KEEP IT HID I have done one braver thing Than all the worthies die; And a craver thence spring, is, to keep thai hid. Personals Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hinglacd ar.d Mrs. Gordon Fnsby have left the; city 10 snend the weekend in Cai- j Phone 4040 j Stephenson returned to their' home in tlie city, Mr. and Mrs. G. it. Camme arc: Lfcthbndge visitors from Sew Day- 5 Mr. and Mrs. n. Njblett are, vixcng in ircra Sdmos.- IOJ- Mrs. H. Msughan is a Maeleod visitor from Lethbndge. where she is the guest of her daughter. Mrs. A. Goddard. Sirs. T. Brovmlie. Rocky Moun- isin House, is visiting in the city.' the guest of her parents, Mr. and s Mrs J. K. Irving. i i Mrs. S Johnson entertained at a! miiceUaneous snowr Wedracsdsy j eiemng complimenting Miss Stank, whose" marriage takes place ic-dav The hosttss was assisted by i Miss" Helen Watson, i i Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Betton i as their house guests, the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. "Woods w ho are spending a few days in the city irom Pennant, Sask. Viss Lois Donnatt ar.d Miss Betty Culler were co-Hostesses recently when thev entertained at a mis- shower honoring Miss Helen Gasswmt. of this cvrith Dunns the evening little Dixie Rov wheeled in a deccrateo. doll carriage full of gifts for the guest of honor. Mr and Mrs. John Ward and Mr. H. E. King of Alma. Idaho. who a-" in 'Ravmond to visit Mr. T. O. King visited Lethbridge. Friday, and We guests of Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Fooler. Mr and Mrs. Fred Ingram of; Revelstofce, B C., are visiting in the i i After a in Portland, J Ore, Mr. Warren "Frache has re-] isimed to his home ir> Lethfoncge. j Mr. and Mrs. Roger C. Lund of Palo Alto. :orraerly of this citv are visiting fnencs is Ccai- dafe. Actress Bettv Ftimess and Radio Producer Hugh (Bud> Ems; Mere, remarried tocay. just a month after their divorce. They hac been mar- j ried for 14 montos. Protest regarding the increase in furniture prices should be made immediately, inecabers of the Al- berta Women's Regional Adiixjry committee agreed a: a meetics Tuesday in Edmonton. Press represen t a ti e s from' throughout Canada and the Urut- f ed States will attend the Canadian Women's Press Club eemeEtion at Windsor. June 24-28. Viscount Alexander, Canada's gc-.emcr-gen- ersl, and Ontario Premier George t Drew be among the guests. New-born babies become one of the fastest-movns itescs on France's widespread blaci market, t police officials ssid. adding that i soaie 50 "adoption are' acting as middlemen m this new, racket. j Under The Bridge i Random i VJUU9 Rhymes CASUAL CHRIS Weather 'Montreal 50 kW Winnipeg............ 60 Estevan 47 Regiua 4S Moose Jaw 44 I Saskatoon 58 I Prince Albert........ 61 Current....... 51 39 41 39 37 36 e Hat Lethbricige...... Calgary Edmonton...... Vancouver 53 ___ 57 ___ 56 67 36 32 38 45 43 3S 42 51 KEDCCED FARES j I Reduced fares of oae and one-! I qurrter single fare for the round trio will be offered by Canadian railways for the King's birthday veek-end of June 7-11. Tickets be good for departure from noon Jane 7 until 2.00 poa. Jui'e 10. On rbe return journey they vnli oe hon- ored up to midnight of June 11. years in jail for Mazerall. Who breached his country's honor wall. But seven they give in a. north- ern towa To one nao burned a dwelling .06 .14 JM JOl! .oi -WELCOME TOCKISTS" Impcrtance and value of the tourist industry and means by which Albertans can expand is in this crovince are outlined, in a bookSet, -ft'elccisie has been published by the King's Forecast j printer for Hon. A. J. Hooke. pro- tocay ana minister of economic affairs. Sunoay -aith not much m j Ee greatest importance f temperature. Light winds. LOT to- j on cultural value of the tourist i night a: Lethbndge 42. High Sun- J urges Albertans to treat the I day 55. visitor in such a manner that Medicaie becom- j "irhen he returns to his hcine he ing cloudv Sundav afternoon and should leave us as an ambassador a little warmer. Light winds. of goodwill" And thus we very well may rea- son That arson's a worse crime than treason. The 2CO.OOO.OW women of India Mrs. YiT. H. Sneli of Barons an- noiinces the engagement of her daughter. Xornia Sugenia tonight at Medicine Hat 43. High go. ical attention. Miss Vera Sojd, ose of a number of ad- dressing the annual meeting of the take place June church at 2-30 :onal Park. Arriving is. the recently ov: p3 frozn Los Angeles, Calif.. Mrs.! ilarv O'Connor has been vaitsrc! her "parents. Sir. and Mrs. M. Pe-1 truda, and sister, Alice, and wCi1 leave Sunday en route to Vancou- ver where she will bs :he guest of Jicr sstcr, ilrs. J. 3. Smith, former- ly of this city. Mrs. L. Fairharst and Moss I Fairhurs; of Cealdsle enrenainec j Tuescav evening at a miscellaneous j shower'complimentarr to Miss Dor- j othv Adams whose marriage takes- place Wednesday cf next week. Toronto. Maria Rasputin Bern, daughter of Grigorvi Rasputin, known as the "Mad Monk" and power-behind- the-thror.e of the late Czar Nich- olas, uas granted a cr.oree Fricay ai Los Angeles. Local Y.M.C.A. As a recognition for outstanding service rendered a period oi Announcemen ts DH, D. A. RVLASDS DENTIST Phone 2497. (Not vet listed in 1784 Drs. Camplwll. Brvans, and Tutile On and after June 1. 1943. this office will close at 6 p-in No eve- GIVEN PROMOTION A resident of Lethbridge for the pass 20 years, Dispatcher J. P. John- son with the C.P-R. here has been appointed chief dispatcher at Nonh Bend. B.C.. effective immetUately. H, was announced todav. PJante -vras aresented a reading lamp bv tne Board of Directors were married at the i session a-, their regular month- Air. J. B- Murray returned to the J city Thursday riighs following a tnp to Vancouver. 3.C_ where he visit- ed his mother. Mrs. J. B. Murray. and to Palo Calif., where he visited his daughter and son-in-law. and Mrs. Basil Everia. Mrs., Murrav who accoraparued her hus- band, "will remain in Palo Alto for another two weeks. ?vlr- and Mrs. 3erc O'Gracy of Caigarv nee Dorothy Eeiter of rethbridge. were recent guests ot i Ur. and Mrs. A. I. Shemngtor. as iledicine Hat, formerly of tms city, j Sir. and Mrs. O'Grady will be tak- ing up residence here. After visiting their soti-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Fenton c Granum, Mr. and Mrs. T. Mrs Buchanan and her daughter, Mrs. D. Pearson, -acre Lethbndge visitors Friday from Pincher Creek. Portraits A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENUE S. Mrs. George Brewerton of _ couver is voting in Raymond ow- uiff- to the illness of Mr. T. O. King and was a Lethbndge visitor Friday. In Hospital Mr David Horn is a patient fci St. Michael's hosoital. having un- dergone an operarioa for appendi- citis. Engagements Announced Mr. E. Beveridge of Vancouver. BC.. announces the engagement; of his second dauahter. Margaret Aii- een. to Donald Vincent Brumwell of Vaushall, edes; son of Mr. and A, M. Brumwell of Victoria, the marriage to take place in Victoria on June 29th. Mr. and Mrs. Desire r-emire of Macleod. announce the engagement of their daughter. Marguerite Yvonne, to Reno Mensaghi son of Mr. John Mensaghi and the late Mrs. Mensaghi of Pincher The wedding is to take place m the laart of June. North C-oaldaie Mennoniie church' vrJz Rev. Jacob Siemen; officiating The church choir was i in attendance. j Mrs Ben Hunt. Macleod. was_ married to Mr. Gordon S. Hamilton of Claresholm in St. Thomas Aa- j glican Church. Cardstpc. by Ven.! Archdeacon S. H- Middleton. on j Mr.y 23. Thev "Kill take up resi- J denes in Activities Here The Southminster Cheer Group will meet on Moncay. June 3- ac 7 pjn. in Gas Co. auditorium for taeir ly meeting on Thursday e-en Mr. A. G. Virtue, on behalf of annual supper party. All numbers please turn out. V The rearolar monthly rceeiing of Mothers' "Union cf Salvation Army Guides will be held a- the home of Mrs. McGilvary. 31S-loth St. N., at 2L30 pjst, Monday. Flame's resignation from active Y.M.C.A. sen-ice due to lU-health. Other concerns of the "T" Soard centered around camp and sum- mer activities, building rehabilua- non plans, reports of several con- ferences held over the 24th of May holidav. I.O.D.E. LIFE MEMBERSHIPS Four life memberships were rati- fied by delegates at thg National I-OJDJx meet m Winnipeg. Thej- are JMrs. W. R- Ardem. "formerly of British Columbia, now hvmg in England; Mrs. "W. 7T_ White. Toron- to: Mrs. L. McQuillin. Winnipeg, and Mrs. S. A. Lay of Regma. GAS PRODCCTIOX Canada produced 4.627J23.001> i NOTICE HI-HATTERS ORCHESTRA Under new management. For future engagements 3344; or Ernie. 4301. BEAOIONT BACK Magistrate Arthur Beaumont, K.C., returned to the city Friday after attending the na- tional convention of the Canadian! Legion in Quebec City as the oSi-' cial delegate from Lethbriige. BuOding Permit Issued A building prrmit valued at was issued U Dr. H. B. Hunt at the citv hall Saturday morning: in authorize construc- tion of an office building on the southeast corner of 7th St. and 5th Are. S. Of brick and tilt- construction, the building will hive two storers and a. full basement. It Ls" to be feet wide and 63 feet deep. DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT and every Wednesday and Saturday Nifht MUSIC BT DOW'S RHYTHMERS ary life membership of the T" and "Y" Men's Club. He resided here for many years leaving in 1920 for Vancouver. FRANK KILMER NIGHT "Prank S. Pilsner night" was celebrated at Vancouver Y.M.C.A. j Wednesday when the former Leth- bridge resident was honored. The 60-year-old retiring physical in-! structor received an order for a new car. a book of remembrance, honor- London Faces No Milk Deliveries Deaths Passed away at home. May 31. Frank Bums. _. ___'. Cable.) Phone unoSicia! strike last night of about 1.50O v.-orkers in bottling de- pots of United Dairies, Ltd., is ex- pected to result in no deliveries by Sundav to hundreds of thousands. of persons in tile Greater London j area. The company boules two-thirds aged S2 years." beloved husband of Mrs. Addie Henderson of 20S-3th Street S. Funeral services will be conducted from the T.TVK. Audi- Tnriiim on Mondav, June 3rd at 2 pjn. Interment in the family plot in Mountair View cemetery. Chris- tensen Bros, funeral directors. 1027 of the city's milk suoply. The sinkers, who demand a wage increase, say they have arranged deliveries to hospitals and nursing homes. JOINS CITY FIRM away on Friday, May 31st. Eveline Collier, aged 59 vears, beloved wife of Mr. H. W. ATeech. formerly of this city. Ser- vices will bs held in St. Augusrin's at 2 tJJL. the "_ ft-: "..-___-r__ ensazement is announced of JoseDhine" Alma, only daughter of 1 'Mr- "and Mrs. Paul Plourd. to Roo- "William, youngest son of "Mr. and Mrs. James Minty. both of Carmangay. The marriage will take place" c.t Carmangay, June 14. Weddings Thiesscn 'HNS) Gowned Sn a. floor-length gown of white sheer i and carrying s. bridal bouquet of i red roses, Annie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thiessen, and Mr. Peter Regier, son of Mr. and Mrs. The regular meeting of tae crude petroleum n Ladies' Auxiliary to the Canadian j barrels, compared with Lesaon will be held in the Legion j 292 in Februarv and in Hall on Monday evening. Jane 3, March. 1345. Aibarta produced 1346- Hostesses are Mesdames barrels of the March totaL Petrunia. Pallett. Ostler ana Stone, i The examination in Eome Nuts- I Three To Get Ready will be conducted Enday. June- 7 a- 8 o'clock in the Red Cross roms. DRAW TONIGHT Kopoer Carnival pnzes win be drawn" for tins evening, Sanirday. at Beny's garase. 7th St. S_ at 8 o'clock." All ticket holders are ad- vised to have tickets in boxes there I well before time for the ojawmg. The event is sponsored by sir Alex- ander Gait Chapter. I.OJD.S There will be a regular meeting of the junior A-Y.P-A. on Monday evening at pjn. Everyone is reminded w bring the articles for the penny carnival to be held June 10. ttspes reported in Ottawa. March tae j crude petroleum nrocuction totalled Wedding Portraits "We can take your Wedding Portrait either as your home or ia our studio. Make arrangements with us today. DE JOURDAN'S STUDIO "PHOTOGRAPHS THAT PLEASE" OPP. C.P.R. DEPOT PHONE 2658 Today's Reflection people who have been inclined to take things for granted are nertain- Iv receiving a few jolts these days. One just doesn't hare any idea where to find certain items in the newEpaoer and neither does the edi- tor of "a department know where the items will appear. At least they are still appearing even if abbre- viated, and that is something for which to be thankful. One never knows what one is going to find in the stores when shoppirzg does the storekeeper know what he's going to have to sell. Hooks and eyes for garments is one of the thinss which one always ex- pected to find m shops but they appear to have disappeared, at least temporarily. You may be able to i fina the odd dome-fastener which i might do as a substitute if you are careful not to sneeze. It doesn't I pay to take anything for granted. i Eayoy whst you've got when you've i got it. Tomorrow mav be too late. 1 Cards Of Thanks May we take this way ex- Dressing our sincere Thsnks and ap- preciation for all the many kind- nesses extended to us in our hour of deepest sorrow. Clara Kane and family. 991 PHONE 4058 AND A TAXI WILL BE AT YOUR DOOR WITHIN A FEW MINUTES SODA FOUNTAIN and NEWS STAND NEXT BUS STATION STEVE'S TAXI E. C. Cranstoun E. Cranstoun, F.A.E., F.C.B.A. j! E. C. CRANSTOUN SON AUDITORS and ACCOUNTANTS INCOME TAX SPECIALISTS Rylands' Block, Letbbridge. Phones: Office 4135 r House 3008 ICTDR RECORDS The latest Victor Releases always available at art BROWNS TOCR RECORD. CESTRE7 Calgarian Meets Death In Brandon BRANDON, Maiu June Max Gilfond. 23. of Calgary, was killed instantly and Robert Mills oi Brandon, seriously injured" Friday when a motorcycle crashed into a truck at a street intersection here. Gilfond was driving the motorcycle and Mills was riding with him. Gilfond. who had served in the for 4-- years, was a. mem- ber of the veterans' class ac Bran- don College and Mills an instruc- tor. An inquest will be held. ROLLER SKATES NorthLethbridge Hardware MALTLEVOL THE ORIGINAL VITAMIN TONIC Contains body building 'actors, vitamins and amino acics 12 oz. Also rich in Yeast Extract, fresh Liver Extract, Efeg Lecithin. Red Bone Marrow and Malt Extract. Jackson Draffin The Family Drag Store Phone 3364 Mimeographing All Work Carefully Done J. S. BROWN Brown's Musical Supplies Lethbridce Given Seven Years On Arson Charge EDMONTON. June topher John 24-year-old father of two children, collapsed in citv Dolice court Friday as Magis- trate A. I. >Iillar sentenced him to seven years after hearing a confes- sion to six charges of arson includ- ing an apartment Sre wluch left 32 people homeless May 18. Madison, who elected to stand trial before the magistrate instead of by a jury, had to be carried from the courtroom. bv Housez. Edmonton. EngravinEr. M. S. P. Eng_ 3LEJ.C M. S. Mitchell, who is the new partner in the firm of Msech, Mit- chell and Meech. graduated from the University of Alberta as a. civil engineer He then joined the Alum- inum Comoany of Canada as a structural designer. Engaged in the design of buildings for the tre- mendous aluminum plant at Ar- nda, Quebec. Mr. spent a jear ana a half in the company's general engineering offices in Mont- j real. Leaving the Aluminum Com- panv at the call of his Alma Mater, he returned to the university, where for the past three seasons, he has been on the staff of the Civil En- gineering' department. During the summers, between sessions at the his services were secured by the Hamilton Bridge Cotcpany of "Vancouver and by the firm of which he is now a partner. Mr. Mitchell's exrjerience makes him Tveil emalified to act as structural engineer for the city firm. Mr. Mit- chell is a member of the Associa- tion of Professional Bigineers of Alberta and of the Engineering In- stitute of Canada. Juniors, see what you can whip up yourself! Pattern 4526 catches __ compliments with cortrait neck- line, slim shorts and pretty raffled sfcut. So easy to :few this! Pattern 4526 in Jr. Miss sizes 1C..1 11. 12. 13. 14. 15, 16. 17. 13. Size 13. blouse, shorts, yds. 35-in. 1 Send 20 censs to The Lethbridge Herald. Pattern Dept- for each pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be 'allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Pnnt Your and Address Plainly. Maj -Gen. Patrick J. Hurley, for- mer ambassador to China and Re- publican candidate for United States senator, told citizens at Santa Pe, N.M.: "Vote against me so I can stay home, play with my pet rat- tlesnake and go fishing." To: The Lethbridge Herald, Pattern DepU Lethbridge. Alta. Pattern 4526. Size..... Name Address Directors of T PHONE 3561 DAT OR NIGHT CHAPEL Atta Electrolux Cleaners Sales Service Supplies Phone 4481 1264-3rd Ave. S. Electrolnx (Canada) Limited CHRlSTlNSENBiiOS: PHONE 2802 Members of the Masonic Fraternity of the City and District are invited to attend DIVINE SERVICE on Sunday, June 2 AT ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH when they will he addressed by Rev. Ll L. -Grant. Registration opens at 630 in the Masonic Hall, Teeth St. Auspices of Tork Lodpc No. 119, and AJtt. Social -hour in Masonic Hall after service. under YES! WE WILL BUY YOUR BONES MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers Per ton. ROY'S DELIVERY BAGGAGE AND ALL LIGHT TRUCKING FOR PROMPT AND COCRTEOUS SERVICE Phone 3959 Roy Westman Bill Warren Frenchy's Quick Delivery and General Trucking PROMPT SERVICE 4454 Fully Insured Phone PLANNING TO BUILD 7 BASEMENTS EXCAVATED IN ONE DAY SIDES TRIMMED AND ALL EARTH MOVED AWAY FOR PROMPT SERVICE PHONE 3610 0 SULLIVAN CONSTRUCTION NIGHT SERVICE All comfortably heated cars with careful drivers who think of your welfare first. WHEN YOU NEED A TAXI, PHONE 2224 BILLS TAXI FIFTH ST. S. BILL LAZARICK DIAMOND and WEDDING RING DIAMOND RING INSURE FREE STARTING IMMEDIATELY Full-Course Dinners PARK LANE CAFE GOOD MEALS GOOD SERVICE TREAT THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS MR. CAR OWNER We take pleasure in announcing the appointment of Mr. Bert Davis as our new shop foreman. Mr. Davis has been serving car owners of Lethbridge and district for the past twenty-five jears as mechanic and shop foreman, and wishes to take this opportunity of saying he will continue to do so in his new position as our shop f oremsn. Mechanics Sales Ltd. WORK GUARANTEED PHONE 2622 LWSPAPLRl ;