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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SDt________ CARDINAL VILLENEUVE URGES SUPPORT OF CLOTHING DRIVE THE LETHBRLDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1946 Under The Bridge .....i Repats En Route to West Kis Emmec.ce J. M. ViUeneure. archbishop of irs Quebec, who. his las: visa to Europe, saw scsnetinrs of the e-v and of the people as 2 iSermath of World War XL makes a heartfelt appeal to the faithful to co-operate in the Na- C'othirs Collection bFl be federal goverr.; "I in orcer to gne_some Need For United Voice Is Seen Allied Relief, jaw made pub-ic% as- hmi that he may cepena on the help o: Freacn Canadians wixre HOLES IX KOVD Sad holes haie dei eloped in the highway in the mCe Weather others. Eminence emphasizes tha of s'-if-----_. miseries cf these people _ lessened ana wd. by ne. Montreal..... j Toronto j Winnipeg..... complete tr.e cis! order ea: cf so to his lee Xlcro'V when it became in a tham a tracer. M; sio-> a in Gal; Kegma....... Current Mecicin" Kat LethSncge Canary V V Jv- Ward hare in "he ana oijdav com- 15 per hour-----------, light romght and Weclnes- cay. Low at Leihbnege 50. "igh Tuescay Medscme and hot to- __________________ Wedaesdsv Ugh; wircs for inhere LOW tomght as. Medicine Hat 4a a before High Wecriesday _ the subject, of "Rev. jead "anythms like an organic- BKOWX HONORED Sunday evening or not, it wss to be hapec i T S. Bro-.vr. cf Le'hbncge. cr-urch. The mm- the that :ne- o :ste- saT. m meetm? of mines ;ead .virensthemrc of tre :e3- Sar: o: a cenera! mo-.ement toward the formation ol canaca ec.ua! to the c.v. s cemarc, "iriual meeta g o: tre_canacaan j tie" Canadian Council of Churcnes. rtT-verssTions Mere ccngen- Announcements Army Photo; Herald he'e are fsro Southern Alberta repats homeward bound. ai Halifax oa the "Aquitaroa They are. lefs to right, Sg- C Enchant, and LAC. W. E. Clark. Medicine Hat. Public Assists In Census Work R.Y. "BOB" PATON BUYS BELLEVUE BAKERY Word comes from the Crow's Xest Pass that, Robert Y. Paton, former- mongage on his house are his own gage on ins souse are ms own i iiesce is roovirg; wiin less alone, it is found, but the i familv to his rar.ch in the Surmis majority of the public is quite distract Herald Golfers Trophy Winners Tiie Herald came out on top la spring playing of the golf tour- nament bet-aeen the Lethbndge Herald and the local staff of T. Eaton Company oa Sundav when the two teams journeyed to Water- ton Lakes Park for the semi-annual eierst. It was the twenty-third plsving of the tournament, and the cuo has now been won twelve times bv the Herald, and ten times by she Eaton staff. Teams from the two firms tied one ganie. Tno chartered buses earned more than seventy employees from the business concerns to the moun- tain plavground for the tournament. Tr-e fall tournament this year will be played at Blairscore. The "tournament trophy was pre- sented by E. C. H. Davis, manager of the Eaton store here, to Tom- my Evans, captain of the Herald's victorious team, during the course of the social gathering enjoyed by players of both teams following the Paper Sales trophy score, was won by 1 the Herald staff of 86. Low net 'Fas Jones, also of the was awarded the highest score on the the men's compeu- on, while three tied for low score on the second, hole in the men's competition. The prize in the latter competition, ae- cided in a toss-up, went to Fred Knizhi. playing for Eaton's. Peggy Lou Welsh of Eaton's winner" among the for the low score on the second hole, while Kay Wrav also of Eaton's, was aixarcea the prize for the highest score bn the seventh hole, after tossing to fcreai a tie between three piajers. IN HALIFAX HALIFAX. June 11. R" Hon. Anthonv Efcsen. foreign secretary in Winston Churchill's wanime gov- ernment. 5.005 Canaoiaa troops in a shipboard address Monday that -Canada has grovm immeasurably in stature in this war." He armea ia Halifax on the Aquiiania oa mission, to Bermuda. _ Halo Shampoo 30c 50c Drene Shampoo 39c 57c Jackson FamUy Drue Store Phone 3361 puohcized mo'vesi gether. o" Roman Catholic churcn to j dominate the American scene. Thev can ma'.e toseT.er aster tusn" their alioir demand "It may be our ton- ha: at his home in Ke is enjovins a vis; from his sois Austin of Los Olif. Glen o: to with one iroice, altnougnj there had been a diviceej note wnfc reference to service duos, j churches are always i bemz chlded. it was pointed out., :he.r drrfdea voice although f hav a ereater share of agreement i on f-jndamentals mart generaUy ap- uears. if something can. be cone to co-ordinate the faith thai four melton people have in common it w-.ii se a. salutary thing 2or Caaa- life. There were barriers to sucn co- onerative errors on the pars of these chsrcr.es despite their agreement on Christian essentials. They helc different conceptions of the church, of tne ministry, of the use and in- terpretation of the sacrament, and In "the forms of worship. These nresenied serious problems bus the "sneaker did not; see that thev were" insurmountable and, in TWO ONLY. SUGAR BEET TRAILERS Our usual heajy construction; fully guaranteed. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE. and Auto Wreclcers In Police Court oersonnel ar- head- came over on LAC F H. Cheese- A rare bur serious case came be fore Magistrate Arthur Beaumont. Mec.c.-.e Hat, LAC. E Clark. LAC H. G. Olson. Bow Isand: and LAC. A Schile. Granlea, are among uie re- oats m tne contingents co-opera tne. in the most troublesome cases the numerators get the idea across eventually that information gi-.en the census desary.ent is secret, and used by no ce- MOSCOW. June 11 Mr. and Mrs Iian of 1 panmeni. The enumerators them- Ccaldale annotince the birtn of a jseli.es are sworn to secrecy. Births PKAVD.A. CHARGES G.B. ABANDONS COLLABORATION KATH KE-ELECTED Lethbridge. Brewers' Asso- ___ item Canada and the remainder of ti'e executive, were re-elected at the annual held In Saskatcoti at the xreek-erd. j Thev sre. rlrsr vice-president. V. Limior act, vioiai-ons j Xew Westminster; second Sues" of and costs to William j vice-president. T. E. Klffig. Win- Russell H. A. Robinson i moeg and secretarv treasurer. S. K. and J. Kite of Lethbncge after Zarek. Besina Sixtv Ot-ilil-iiiiC daushter. Betty Gena (a sister for Billy> on June 3th at St Michael's Hospital. The are Mr. and" Mrs. Xorman Pnestler of Calgary, and Mr. WUham Meyers of Coaldale. Mr. and Mrs. J A. Van Mamce. announce the bmh of a daugh- Chervl TXarie, on June Sth at; General Hosnital, Calgary. 1259 c temoang to have carnal knowlecge of a feeble-mindec gtrl plea was taken and the accused was re- manaed until next Moncay Limior act, vioiai-ons Sues" of and costs to William j Deaths they pleaced cuilty. Pete Small Eyes, local Indian, aonutted being nitoxlcaiec and was Sued FORMER MINERS' HEAD DIES AT THS COAST WEL Graham, age 72, a pioneer miner of the Crow's Nest, Pass, former of District 18 TT.M.W.A. and later president, died recently as the Pacuic coast. His step-mother and two brothers were victims of tne Frank si'de- Mr. Graham was one of the first miners to start opening up the seam at the International mine at jican. Since his retirement he had lived mostly NakusD, B.C. Sixty delegates at- Zarek. Begma tended. ATTEND OFFICIAL OPEMKG J. K. McFsll Calgary, secretary of the Alberta Federation of Agri- culture, and H H. Painter, Leth- bndge entomologist, were among the five yoertans who attended the official opening of the Horse Co- operative Marketing Association plans as Swift Current. Thursday plant is siupnmg pickled horse meat -o the Belgian government and canned meat to anc has been in oneration since Oct. 19, 1945. Are YOD a Sufferer From Rheumatic Pains? These paina corns from iaflammatioii in the inuscles and are generally caused by a deposit of poison in tha blood caUed uric acid which, produces the im- tatmj and painful effect that causes maay days and heaT? with pain. ts eaT? wt pan. During the put 60 Canadian people have found teat by punrymg the blood stream. Burdock Blood Bitters aids them to enjoy freer boay movement with lew rheumatic pain, as B. B. B. helps to tone up the system and clearoip the uric acid in the blood, and probably help f orbry the future attacks. Price bottle at all drug counters. Co.. limited. "Torooio, Meetings LO.O.F. Notice The regular meeting of Viaduct Lodge N'o. 53. ICKXF will be he-d tonight in tne Odd Feilows hall at 8 o'clock. The second degree will be conferred. Visitors welcome. away on Monday. June 10th. Mary SUzabetn Boughev, aged 85 years, of Taber. beloved motrier of Mr. Ellis Boughey of San Francisco. Particulars per- taining to the funeral will be an- nounced when arrangements are completed. Marna Bros, directors of funeral service. 1260 PARIS SHOWDOWN WASHLXGTOX. June 11 State Secretary Byrnes leaies r I i said Sunday rtoreign Secretary Bev- m's foreign policy sneeeh last week m the Bntisn House of Commons "in great dearee bore the cbaracter of psvchoiogical preparations for the cbmalete aba'-corrren- of the of coU-ibora'ion among the another session or "tne Big Four for- eign ministers sz. Paris next Thurs-. day facing a possible showcown with Foreign Minister XIoloiov of Rus-, sia on whether the post-war world i is to be one world or ITS.O. Mr. i Byrnes has sst himself a deadline! oa Surooean peacemaking. He is j determined some sort of treaties witn Italy and the eastern European states must, be worked oat by the: end of this year 1 for] Allied Mimeographing All Work Done J. S. BROWN Brown's Musical Supplies Lethbridse RUBBER HEELS XO TRUCK WITH C05DIOMSTS IX BOURNEMOUTH. Eng- land. June Dalton. chancellor of the exchequer, said on the eve 01 the Labor party conference here that "we can have i no truck with tae British Commun- ist party" HEMORRHOIDS 2 Special Remedies by the of Mecca Ointment Mecca PCs No I Is for B-rf a so'a in Tcbe, for liMraa] Price 75e- No. 2 a for EiMrral Itehics Sold m Jar. and is for ecterasl cie Puce 5Qc. Oidei by saffiberfc th p-: Price 75e- NOT SLIP ALSO "NO MARK" IROWM Atk for them namm Served hot or iced, tea is a year-round favorite..-. a beverage with, a lift, a compliment to the food on your table. Be sure to keep a supply of your favor- ite kind of tea on hand. Get it at a money-saving price at your Safeway. 37c PS.68c Loyal Order of Moose to Meet The Loyal Order of Moose are f remirded "of their regular meeting i Taesdav. June 12th in the Canadian Lesion Hall at 8 00 pjn. sham Au brothers are asked to be present. A hand grenade excluded in the hands of a student who actempted to blow uo tne bedroom of the act- ing commandant of Alexandria city police, Lewa Nadnie Pasoa. The! student is in hospital under arrest, i ANGUS G. MDLLAR OPTOMETRIST 104 McFAKLAKD BLDG. 2566. Lethbridf e Nabob JJb O_l0Ja Brown oataaa. lAbA pig. Blue Ribbon American Name Band Series You'll Never Get a "No When You Say "Let's Go 99 PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all mikes of -washers and small gas engines. Letibbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES i SERVICE 317-8th St. S. Alt Calbonn Brace Durfee Featuring BUDDY STEWART Sentimental Baritone CHARLES VENTURO Tenor Sax TEDDY NAPOLEON Piano ROY'S DELIVERY BAGGAGE AND ALL LIGHT TRUCKING FOR PROMPT AND COTOTEOCS SERVICE Phone 3959 Roy Westman Bill Warren .Jk'. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 459 Lethbridse 2 cooling beverages for warm days If you're seeking to reduce the temperature these days, then look to our refreshing notes on iced tea dunks. They're guaranteed to make the warmest days seem fair and cooler. ICED truly delicious, full-flavored iced tea, always make it fresh and in double strength. Allow 1 1J4 to 2 teaspoons tea for each stand- ard measuring cup boiling water. Pour the water, freshly boiling, over tea in heated earthenware, china, nottery, or glass container, cov er and steep 5 minutes. Strain immediately and pour over cracked ice or ice cubes. SP-ICED 4 cups freshly boiling water over 8 veaspooia tea in heated container. Add 2 or 3 mint leaves and teaspoon allspice. Cover and steep 5 minutes. Strain immediately and add 1 cup orange juice and 14 cup lemon juice. Pour i over ice and sweeten to taste with honey or sugar. Sen. es 6 generously. i i l t t i t i ti Director The Homemakers' Bureau Sen ice CANTERBURY TEA Traditionally rich in flavor. nkg. l-lo. pkg 33c 66c Tenderleaf Tea Bags .lb 3 9 C 31c DCSUIS country Home .20-oz. tin Campbell's Tomato, 10-oz. 3 tins Gardeaside green .20-oz. nn J[ J[ C Spaghetti Empress Plum 24-oz. jar Z jars Coffee Butter Cheese Bdwards .Lb43c ..Lb.41c Kraft Velveeta 20c CVARAHTKD MEATS valencias Oranges Arizona Carrots bunch 2 Ibs. A Handy Guide for the June Bride If you're a bride, or about to be a bride, then you'll be interested in Carol Brake's new leaflet contain- ing cookery charts, helpful lists, and lots of other information on what every bride should know when set- ting up housekeeping. Just send your request to CAROL DRAKE, Director The Bureau P.O. Box 519, Dept. 3 Vancouver, B.C., Canada Tomatoes Cabbage Watermelon Cantaloupe Finn, field Lb New, green..... 4 Ibs. 19c 17c 19c 25c Texas ..Lb OC Mr California Lb I v NEW POTATOES FRESH CALIFORNIA WHITES 10 ibs 45c Steak Steak Roasts Roasts Roasts Liver T-Bone ...........Lb. Bound Sirloin Tip Blade or Chuck Finne Rib. bone in .Lb.24c 29c ZYesh Beef .Lb. 21c BOLOGNA Sliced Lb. 23c BACON Twin back. Lb. 62c SAUSAGE Polish Lb. 27c HALIBUT Fresh PHONE 28O2 TICKETS Each Includes Tax RESERVE YOUR TICKETS TODAY At Brown's Musical Supplies. Phone 2272 SPONSORED BY LETHBRIDGE CHAPTERS IO.D.E. CHAPEL Lethbridae. Alta Cottage Cheese Purity Creamed 15c Tomato Juice Orange Juice California. Marmalade Empress Pure Orange 30c AT SAFEWAY SAVED AND IT Alt NOW you've K SAFEWAY 1 roao tfiotc THIS WAY. FOR 6000 WOQtO I TOO. IF YOU HAD TO SHGf ASCU H 0, SAVINS- THERE ANY SURVIVORS' DOt KMSriDOK. THAT nFWSPAPFRI ;