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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRTDGE HERALD TUESDAY. JUNE 4; 1946 MILAD Residing Here Phone 4040 SOLUTION j Cakeroa. While here he WES s sister, Mrs. S. C., K n rcy chief celighi To co its iMr-gs I _ >en let sie try TKUJ all my nsgtt "TO :ni2d -arts: I laught. Personals :er lef: the Ly accompanied by Miss Auerey "aterson were weekend visitors to. Waterton Lakes National Park. Xavene Crary amied in the cifv Mcndav niorrun? by plane irom Vancouver." B.C.. to her Mrs. Mr. city Monday to spend a short time 2i have and Xis. Donald McXabb. Jr.. j to the cr.y after nav- ekend is Calgarj-. Visitina in the city from Miss Molly Hamilton is the of Mrs. C. A. Long en route to CaU- fcmia. j __ Mrs. Karry Hose has returned :o ipea her home the city from Scmon- Miss K of Taber is at WOMEN AKUL-NO MOJUJ> Recent Graduate I Revolutionary legislation erasing i tie dictatorial power of Japanese! men over their wives and giving aonzea lesai in rcantal f will be presected to the! nest ciet session. Forty-three former nurses have- volunteerec to assjs: hard-pressec, hospital staffs that are a sersoas outbreak of infectious cv- sectary among babies in Vancou- ver. I A Winnipeg business -a-no; 1 has been renting in _ her. large home 10 couples children, EOW insists sll future ten- ants she takes in must haie one She totd the fco-jsps -eaistrv that childless coup-ea. -panied too much, made a racket 'and were less thaa these children." Th I ilEKE FROM CHICAGO j C. B. Magrath of Chicago, IiL. -a-ho has extensive business inter- j i ests in the Taber district, is a i visitor. Weather Montreal Toronto Winnipeg INFLUX OF TOURISTS DUTIES the week-end there heavy influx of tourists m the cstv froia the United States uwlua- I a number from the state of Thev were en route to j Calgary and Jawr Natioaal Parks, i Edmonton I Vancouver C1IOIB HEARD j Victoria The Alberta Stake Choir of the Forecast 70 63 72 74 76 S3 77 71 70 67 65 51 47 45 53 55 51 49 40 46 51 48 s The Aiaena j 1. LJD.S. church, Cardston, conducted i Lethbndge Variable sky residents the Dorothy Guild, daughter i Mr. and Mrs. !io -ock o'ace :n the May s' 14. :skei u? residence at A- 1509 Srsth Ave S Tee tnce -as sc formerly Miss Dcrcthy "i regular mee-.ir-s of the La- dies' Orsscization for Civic Ira- IS l berta Chapter of the I.O.D.S. F G Gh'de. A-H.C.A.. J prize of S250 1 knora authority on vvii: be the j bel Johnston o- widely scattered showers. Heber Jensen of zhe Alberta Stake low tonight at- Medi- Presidencv. was the speaker at the Hat -43, high Wednesday 70. .qprvicf. Deaths Cameron Describes Growth Of Y.M.C.A. E. C Cameron, general secretary of tlie local Y.1LCJL. vras the ieatured speaker at a supper meet- ing of the Lethtorioge Cosmopolitan club Monday in the Marquis Briefiv tracing the evoiusioa of the -91 started by Sir George 1 Williams iu 1844, Mr. Cameron that in spite of setbacks J suffered during war years, the Y.M. C A. had since re-estabbshed -O- 1 in even- country except Russia. JO J Canada alone has 80 YJJ.C.A. ..j units, and most of these possess -611 their own buildings. The present .02! tread, said the speaker. vs.-as to 1 merge men's and women's work at I one centre-instead of having separ- with aJe groups, unco-ordinated. as in some cities today where the aci'iities of the YJI-CA. and the Y-W-C-A- bear little relation to one another. The Lethbridge its aa- vanced co-edaeaHonai program, was the subject of much favorable coni- at the Western Canada coa- IX CITY D-ne -Sweeney" Schnner. s coarv. of the Lethbridge seniornoc- ikev was in the city on Tues- csV a guest a: the Marquis since lour years ago. awav on Tues- dav. June 4th. Annie Bremer, aged beloved -.if? of Mr. thy Broken. Neepa-s-a. Maru. left cifr at the beginning of me j TO spend a few cays in Great s Most. -xr- Charles -Brho is spe _ _ i iscat'on MSitiTlg tneir -vir. a. !___s i at Welling. i Mrs. C. A. Bryaat- Keien Hiil, A L: (X5) Helen HiH, who nas Mrs. W. Herman. been stationed at Edmonton has Mrs. A. C. Jeffery, a: nostec to the nulitarj i L. sullock. at SECj when their daughter Agnes, became June a. Biam-ond resident, ar- Je-e-o-v The bride wore a air- Club will hole laeir rsgulfl. Sarorday by ,re: dress a corsage of competition on en route to was noon av Weston. later in the afternoon. afternoon. Today's Reflection In Memoriam In loving meriory of our infant >n. Robert, born to us in Leth- fcridge. June 4. 1905. A precious little rose bud. Of tender fragrance rare. ___ I CALL FOR TENDERS. j Transplanted by a loving hand. Sealed tenders will be receivec oy gardens fair. Jones, secretary-treasurer pi Envoy arid Mrs. R. B. Taylor vou ever stood in I cow and just studied the expres- i sion on the faces 01 the passers- Q, up to June Golf j bv? If you do youli commence to rnanufacture and delivery -w'onder why everyone looks so, eauiameni, for the alter-! gloomy. are plenty o. ----_ alter-! gloomy. Sure-there are plenty and sewer ser-.-ec; of things in the worla that are un- Haddm and Miles of Cal- ptecsant and worriescme. but snere j jhe consulting engineers nos s local internment camp. Engagements Announced Announcements DR- D. A. RYLASDS DENTIST Phone 2497. (Not yet listed in 1784 Drs. Campbell. Bryans, Brown and Tut tie On and after June 1 1946. this office will close at 6 p-sn. No eve- ning, hoUdav or Sunday office hours. After beteg the guests j Mrs. Ida Arpdorf stable anc Mrs. C. R- C. r-eLjcs a., eEgaggmenc o. her to their home in the j Murray- tece jarter pan 01 June. D- Malvin L. Gaudin a recent the en route from Stew Wesnninsterwhere Activities Here ass a and Let's no; be. afraid to laugh. well known Leth- has raised some; 1063 In loving memory of lay loving husband. Ross D. Strong, of Ray- mond, who died June 1, 1944. Our lips cannot tell how we miss him. Our hearts cannot tell what to say. God alone knows how we mtfvs him, a home that is lonesome today, j loving wite and children; Ross. Bud. NOTICE HI-HATTEKS ORCHESTRA Under new management. For future engagements Phone Mart, 3344; or Ernie. 4301. COUF-T WHIST Hall. Wed, June 5, at Sponsored bv L- A- to B.R-T. Good prizes and lunch. Everybody welcome. bridge aoultryman. a j-xuui unsisual chickens in the past but Harold and Pauline; jauu. i freak 01 s velma, Handle and KenndeJ, Lulu Brotherhood cf Railroad" Trainmen i he brought the strangest __. all to the Herald office on Men- j Cesar and Mary. dav The White Leghorn was, hatched in March and appeared healthv bird. It iroxice a Sunday 1064 bcng dispatched m have its in- In loving memory of Stanley E. Eer.ch, who passed away on June 5, 1943. This Year Don't Forget Easter Cards A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Everything In Fine Furniture AVAILABLE AT XICKJO, an w- Burgess and Mr. Ecod are gradu- ates of the University ot Aloerca and Hiss Burgess has taught house- hold economics ai Cardston, jisca- ring Has and Calgary. I j Weddings The regular monthly meeting of J the Municipal Chapter, LO-EXE-, will be held m the Gas Co. audi- j tonum on Wednesday afternoon, June 5, at 230 pjn, Mis. Allen's and M_rs. GsHespie's A seccon of St. Augustin's vir_A. will j wed- mees with Mrs. Ross, 277-7tll Ave. i A MISS KAREX AXELsON te 1VIXS ANOTHER AWARD Miss daugnter oi Mr and Mrs. B. C. Aselspn oi i has been awarded ins third pnze of S100 in the mural ce tc vi xst sponsored by the Al- A A A A C- STAXD RE CANADIAN FLAG voull go down with 'it. lauehter wili help lifs i: up. inveSj in 3IAGOWAN HONORED BY WJLS. AND the ioint meeung of the W31.S and of First "United church, held last Thursday. Mrs. R. was honored prior to leaving the city when, she was_pre- senred with a gift- Mrs. F. jack- son expressed the appreciation 01 the grouns for the fine leacersnip ditring her five and a _half years ine sotae 300 members, has sent messages to Senator W 3uchansn and at Ot- rting the ding dav chosea by T iliian Stewart, j S, on Wednesday. 1 of Mr. A. Comai and the i Ocomai of Leifcbricge to ISss Edirh Young_.wiU give a lec- iMr! Lerov Carcwrigta, son of Mrs. ture CanVriKhE of this city. The !Betclenem on We for Christ a, 13th S, and 4th ithe bride wore a snare orown ucfl- S. The Victory Club wiU hold their a reception held at, the LC of Mis. K. "Leitch, sister o; bride tho happv couole left i ai Great Falls. Mont, t The Ladies' Auxiliary of tee Army and Xavy Veterans will hoia their regular meeting in the club curing ner live aiiu a. ixm. Mu n i c o a 1 I here. Mrs. Atkins, president of the i iW-A.. made the presentation. Eos- j tesses were Mrs. F. Jackson and Mrs. C. Eoult. At- the meeting final arrangements were made lor the June tea. u. to have its abdominal waU More but inside the skin. HIS FIRST BALLOT SINCE 1930 Frank Steedman, who recently re- tired from the position of city clerk of Lethbridge. Tuesday morning j cast his arst baHot in municipal vot-j ing here since 1930. The facs he j did not vote on municipal matters for over 15 years was not due to anv lack of" appreciation of the privilege of voting, however. Being citv clerk since 1S30, and therefore returning officer for all municipal voting, he was forbidden to vote, provincial and federal J13TSJ, Nothing can ever tase away. The love a heart holds dear, j Fond memories linger every day, Remembrance keeps him near. j remembered by his wife and 1096 Olive Oil HAND CREAM For dry hands OXE POUXD JAR 69c Contains pure olive oil Jackson The Family Dru? Store Phone 3364 lored suit with rose corsage. Clifford Canwright attencea Mr. His The- will reside in L-ethoridge. Lethbricge will be the home o: Air and Mrs. J- D- Hinnell who j were married at St. Andrew's church i manse in Regirta. Sask.. on May 25. i The brine was formerly Hazel LU- i lian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WU- lliam Matthews of Hegina, and the rooms oa "Wednesday, June 5, a Union Jack and gold maple leaf rather than the Dra- ueau Canadieit flag of eoual red and white triangles with the maple leaf in centre. All T members wish the the symbol o_f the British Commonwealth of Nations Emnire be perpetuated in the new Canadian flag. __, A A A A A A fS A A A The Ladies' Auxiliary wiu v v ....._______ meet Wednesdav. June o.- at DJS. ia the Y.M.C.A. i The regular monthly meeting of i the Caughters of Scgland will be j held in the Canadian Legion hail j Wednesday. June 5. at 8 p sn. This is cuarterlv night. Hostesses for the evening" will be Mesdaines With- am. M. Biaiung ana CamilL W The regular meeting of the Wom- en of the Moose. Chapter 328. will Hospital Patients _vtij3 Annamarie Fumerspn is a patient in Gait hospital where she is recovering satisfactorily from an operation but visitors are not per- mitted a; present. A3r Edwin Clavton is a patient in St. Michaels hospital where he un- derwent an operation recentlj. ST. PAUL VISITOR O. T. Keller of St. Paul. Minn., is a business visitor in Uie city in connection with Glacier Park ana WaterTon National Park howls. ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 104 McFAELAND BLDG. ?hone 2565. Lethbridge Just one grandest, all-purpose cheese you ever Chateau! Seems every day I find a new way to use it- Chateau has the tantalizingest, old-fashioned Savour! Dad and the children all of us love It. And it's as digestible as milk. Chateau makes the loveliest sandwiches! Swell for .salads and snacks! And its rich, mellow tang works magic with main courses! Try Chateau once and you'll never be without it- Your family won't let you! NEW YORK FURRIERS FUR STORAGE Our newly equipped cooler system fur storage vault complete protection for your precious during the months Bring them in now. Let a furrier with a world-wide knowledge and over 35 vears experience in the handling of the finest Ox fur'garments take care of your precious furs. Our charges are the must reasonable. We give you an all-risk policy at no extra cost. Choose New Furs Now AT New York Fur and Dress Shop FAMOrS FOE FINER FCKS fetor {-frfafooaf NO DULL DRAB HAIR Opposite Library APPEAL ALLOWED An appeal of Luke Smalleyes of Cardston" against a conviction on a. charse of stealing a horse was al- lowed by the appellate division of the supreme court of Alberta at Calgary Monday, in finding Sinall- eves not guilty, the court quashed a" conviction before Police Magis- trate H. C. Jensen of Cardston. The appeal of Robert Komer of Blair- more against a six-month, sentence by Police Magistrate Fred Antrobus in Coleman police court for assault- ing a police officer on duty was dis- missed by the appeal court. Meetings The Moose lodges will hold a joint meeting Tuesday, June 4th in the Canadian Legion Hall at 9 pja. sharp. Plywood Veneers We Have Good Stocks of Birch and Mahogany Veneers ORDER TOUR REQUIREMENTS NOW Thick 3-PIy Birch Per Sq. Ft. 22c Thick 3-Ply Birch PerSq.Ft.l3V2C Vs-inch Thick 3-PIy Mahogany Per Sq. Ft. 25c ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 459 Lethbridge ATLAS LUMBER CO., LTD. 1602 THIRD ATE. SOUTH STARTING IMMEDIATELY Full-Course Dinners PARK LANE CAFE GOOD MEALS GOOD SERVICE TREAT THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS FOUR MORE DAYS ONLY 4 Purpose Rinse will do o? these inporScnl things 5o give YOUR hoir gloinour end beouty: 1. Gives lustrous highlighii. 2. Rinses cwoy ihcrnpoo fiira. 3. Tints fhe hair cs it rinses. 4. Kelps keep ha'tf neatly in piece. IOVAION does not permanently dye or blecch. It ha pure, odorless hair rinse, in 12 different jhcdes. Try IOVAION. Ai s'ores which sell goods 35c 5 r'ifACt 15f for 2 reaes NOTICE ATTE ST Under new management. For future engagements, phone IVLART, 3544 OK ERNIE, 4301 EXTRA FINE BREAD! LOVAVON1 ".WATER ITLY FACE POWDER -ronr o with ibe ra pportunity to income atchle" of Hfl' TTaw Lily Fare For the June in Canada, and for a limited time only, a regular 2.00 box of faroom the mrrooraWe frarranre ma; be obtainol for 1.00. Finrfy-m-lW for com- in tm, one for al ach one and Jmr xarm. fiat- CHRISTENSENBROS. r teS.2.OOBoXTtr1.OO Heavenly Gio-, and Peach Bioo STOKES DRUG CO. LTD. Phone 2487. 3th st- PHONE 28O2 QUICK HELP WITH FULL-STRENGTH FRESH YEAST Watch Heischmann's active fresh Yeast go right to work give yonr bread more delectable flavor, finer, smoother textnre every time. IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, be snre to get fresh Yeast -with the familiar yellow labeL Dependable Canada's favorite yeast for more than 70 years, MADE IN CANADA PLAIN OR fOK PKUItt-tlun mm DANCE TONIGHT Marquis Hotel ____________ THF i FTHRpmr.F WHOf .F.SAI.F. AND RETAIL WORKERS ASSOCIATION Admission: Gents 50c; Ladies DANCING 9 to 1 UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LETHBRIDGE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ;