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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1946 MILADI Phone 4040 C. Glaskeli and LIFE t js mosilv froth arid "TTO ihnss like Personals Mrs. ?red Lee and carter Giork have arrhed to tie city B-O, to Krause-Morris nuptials jiica ,3.13 TVtil? crre- s are the" snesis o: Mrs. air. aid Mrs. H. Moms. Molly HJSlop, Miss and "Miss Lorraine weekend visitors :a Calgarv., Mr. Thomas also spent i_e j is Calgary. J H. C. Davidson arid hare arrived in the city Nonnan YTeUs. X.VT.T., ar.c Sre risking sn extended ran with her Mr. and Mrs. P. Eesgh. a-d Mrs. James Silbum of EdSoon are Siting in city for a week. j g- aer Mrs. A. SI. SlarsnaiL in A rcisceUsneous shower was j On Tuesday af zemoori Moncav evening by Gorier Giris'of the UDJ5. chirrs .eEtarv to Miss Marie John- Mr, and Mrs- Bcber? Eeagh, _ac- V-. a spend at. the ceab-. I Mary McC-Iacrey Mt '-he s- ;o her Mas Khel at the Pacific I enTertained for Mrs. Chaser pr-.or to her -cr were Miss Mrs. H. Psnk- fcufs: Mrs. J; L, Reiver. Its. Frank Barnes leaving the CJ-T fcr Resira. sass- where she win join her h'asband ar.a and Mrs. A. A. Kais. who are s- Bai2 where the forsier a at- tending -.he medical conference leaviris for Jasper Naiionsi where Sr. win aitenc ''toiarv conienuon. Mr and Mrs. K. 3. Kennedy have le-t :r-e or. a motor tnp hohcsy M Banff aid Jasper Parks. daughter and soa-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. L. rtowdle. j B. Ford arrived !a the city Tuesdav nigr.t from Ssiffiela to at- i the -aedding of his niece. Miss Manon Ford, to Mr. Georse Dowa., which took place this OYecnescay> afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. Kutr.ey and fana- iiv to the city after motoring K> j Park for the holiday i Engagements lAnnoimced Under The Bridge What City Council Did Tuesday ENGLISH MAJOR HEKE f Weather M? D. K. Nott of Bodenham. i Hereford. Eng., is a Lethbridge -nsi- j Montreal......_. 70 Toronto........S3 _____ Winnipeg........ 82 MOOSE LEADER J Regina .......78 Xornian G. Heyd of Toronto, head SaskaToon S2 G -tteya ot urau the Order o: Moose m Victoria..... iada. tiil! address s. meeting -of j Swift Current Moose Loose of the city at tie, Medicine Has of Caiiada the Moose Loose tonight. Wednesday RJESOIE HEARING a recess of several weeks the Natural Board hear- 66 75 78 74 71 54 55 52 47 44 47 62 43 51 43 43 .78 Aldermen received a bit of a jolt streets, to P Sneddon for for at their meeting Tuesday evening I when they learned that large num- I bers of citizens who been en- i sitled to vote m ihe past through the husband or court Iva to Major Robert George, seconc of Mrs. D. George anc the iate Mr- Eat. The on Fries; Medicine Ha. Lethbncse Calgary Vancouver...... Forecast acd -Karm to- day. CJoufiy after midnight- and Thursday, "becoauag cooler Thurs- day. Thunderstorm NorthTsresterlv KKjigh! at Thursday 70. Medicine and continu- ing warm -ocay and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vsrxouver, B.C., formerly c. announce the esgage- men-. of :heir only dasighrer, Doro- thv Mav. 10 Mr. Gordon N. Neisoru >f Mr. and Mrs. N. Neior. of suver. B.C. The will place MJ.SS Marion Ross of Queen's on in a sn in- -e-esting croeram, luncn J Msson of Lethbricge. who saaiacer in Water- -o- Farku had as ner guests Mrs. W. O. Hut- ton. Mrs. K. Miss Glacys sirce "is leaving this for Kiniba-ley. ac- the position of -Rinds 15 at Medicine Hat 43. 80. FATHER'S DAY CARDS A.E. CROSS SON TEIRB AVE-S LE SOUTH -LITE LAMPS SHADE EXTRA honor at the home of Mrs. R. H. Patterscn at the tea hour. Mjss Ross will be leaving snopy -or York where sne wul a course a: Columbia uni- versity. m O- evening Miss Char- lotte MscSschem and iliss Pauline Watkins entertained jointly at vne home the former complimentary to Miss Ursula Hett. Bridge was erioved snd the honor guest was with a gift of silver from Activities Here W.M.S. meaiijers and other ladies interested are to a nteeting in Southminster hall on Saiurdsy. June 15, at 3 p.m. :o meet Miss Csies, retamed rirssionary. Sir Alexander Gait; Chapter. l-O. D.E_ will hold their regular meet- ing on Thursday. Jar.e 20, insteac of Thursday. June 13. First Church of Scientist. corner of Fourth Avenue ana- Twelfth Siree; will hold its' 'Wednesdav evening meet- ing at S o'clock, a- which tesu- rconies of healing are given. A cor- dial invitanon to attend ;hese mee tings as well as the Sunday services is to all Dr. Mewbum pot-luck supper been postponed ua IS. GROCER the Lethbridge branch of Western I Grocers, is dead m Victoria, B.C. Word of his passing was received m the city Wednesday. He was man- western Grocers here and ar" Moose Jaw. H-egina and Vancouver and moved to Victoria as manager of W. K. Malkin. Ltc. ACCOUNTANTS 1O MEET The nnal dinner meeting for the of the Lethbridge chapter Oi o' TiQusjnai Account- ants will be held a-, the Marquis ho-e! at 7 pjn. Thurscay. Guests "faf -he diirie'- wiil include a nuin- beV of provincial and CaSgary chap- IT the party be joint hostesses. Mr J M- Williams has returned 1 to MaiarriUe after having spent tnc i weekend at his home in tne city- Zh j X Wiiliazns of Coleman was I also a weekend visitor in the city. L.-Wtr G. S. Hoberts has retum- ec to Canada alter serving in ?.ew- vlSfon in eastern Canada toe TJaited States prior to returmrg u> dent of the "provincial organization. AIR CADET CAMP air Cadets of Alberta. Saska.cne- wan, Maniioba and Western Ontario will train at Paulson. Man., tn residential building. Seven lots on the north side of 14th Ave. S. between 13th and 15th sfeets to G. Kitchener for J183.75, V w.-'w-w.M -nr uuc being the registered owner o! property must now make appiica- g, tion to" have :heir names placed on j to" the voters' lists. Informed that ap- i jjyj plicatioa must be made by all ex-' cep: those specifically named on assessment roils. aJeiennea quickly decided thas citizens be asked: "Have you registered to Only absentee was Aid. Dr. T. E. Brown. In adjourning, council set its next meeting for June 17. Third and final reading was given for residential building. Two lots on the east side of IZtii i St. B between 7th and 8th Aves. Gogal for for residential tonight Hizh Thursday Announcements DS. D. A. RYLANDS DENTIST Phone 24S7. (Not yet listed in 17S4 WHIST AND DANCS In the Eagles' Hal! TOXIGHr. Cards ojn. Dancing 10 pjn. 1515h Births Need Railway Crossing: City Manager J. T. Watson was asked to investigate the possibility of constructing another crossing over the CP.R. righi-of-wav in the vicinity of 15ih or 18 streets after Aid. Edward Castles pointed out rha-t. there is no rail'trar crossing bettreen 13th and 21st streets and nsanv residents cf North particularly high school students, are inconvenienced. The inconven- ience would become more aggravat- ed witfe the proposed school pro- gram planned for the Collegiate area. A number of aldermen felt the public school board should give con- sideration to the construction of a high school in Xorth Lethbndge. no such institution existing there. a resolution passed by the public school board, expressing concern over the delay in submitting the composite high school to the vote of public school supporters, council suggested that lots on the north side of tod A, X.. between 16th and 18th streets, to L- Hacker for for residential building. Two lots on the north side of 2nd -vve- A, N.. between 16th and 18th streets, to H. Negrello for for residential building. Two on the south side of 2nd Ave. a. between 12th St. B and 13th to Onion Tractor and Equip- ment" Co., Lid., for a show- room and warehouse costing no less than to be erected oa tne site A lot and a. half on the east side of 4th St. between 3rd and 4th Aves S. to Sarah Fine for a warehouse costing no less than to be erected on the site. and a half oa the east side of 8th St. between 9th and URh S. to S. Best for 595. the site to be used for a church building. Two lots on the east, side of 12th St- between 7th and 8th Aves. N.. to J. Etnody for for residential building. DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT and! eTery Wednesday and Saturday Night MUSIC Bl DOW'S RHYTHMERS __ SupptJiTicrio. twiiiitia. T- and Mrs. R, W. Herbert the board proceed with having plans re" T von. of Lundbreck. an- i and specifications lor the proposec David! school completed without waiting Reginald, on pitaL 01 ijUnuorecs, an- i ami birth of a son. completed without waiting June 7th at Gals Hos- i for a vote on ihe'bylaw. t -fn 1261 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bartz. Jr.. of Monarch, announce the birth of a Koberc Kenrv. on Jims 1st at Michael's Hospital. 12S7 A. Wiscaer had as her Dunnviae, Out. _ Sirs. A. Soeacer left at the be- of die weefe to spend a ns vacation in Vancouver. B-C, where She wiil be the guest cf he. J. M. Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Phone 3857 LethbridjE? The "V Teen Agers wilt their resular raor.thly special dance and social proeram at Henderson Lake, tonight. Wednesday. Boys and gir-s are asked :o meet at for boating to be followed by cane- ing 'til midnight. The usual Sat- urday night dance will not be held this week. St. Augusiin's choir auxiliary meet with Mrs. SE. S., Thurscay, Juse 13- Mrs Zook's and 'Mrs. Davies" sec- tion of St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid will mees at the home of Mrs. Mc- Nab, 542-12th St. A North, Thurs- day afternoon at 220. The regular meeting of Dominion Hebekah. lodge No. 41 will be held in the hall at 8, o'clock, Thurscay evening, June 13. Nomi- nation and election of officers -will be held. Visiting Rebekahs will be welcome. The regular montluV meeting of the Elizabeth. McKiUop .Ohapter, 3LOJXE., will be held in the Gas Co auditorium. Wednesday, June 12 as 130 pjn. The I- A.- to the TT.C.T. -will hold About 300 Alberta Air Cadets are expected to atteno. Lethonoge nold No. 11 expects notification of trainir.g camp plans shortly. GOES TO ENGLAND MILK _ A- CFord has just received vrora tna-. he'- nenhevr. Norman Reaa. IVEO nas oeen in sen-ice in India lor SK vears, has left _3ombay for his lonie in Elngland- ANNOUNCE BIRTH Congratu- 'in the Medicine Hat lations are "extended to Mr. _ and "Mrs. Doug Strain on tne oirtn or a daughter hospitaL 17 COLOURS NOW AVAILABLE IN their se-wing tea on Thurs- dav. 13. at 3 pjn. at the home Of" Mrs P. Christensen, 319 13tn St. S. 'Ulyn Grouo of First Baptist Mission Circle will meet at church Thursday evening at o-m the "Win One class room- visuors irelcome. Joint installation of the officer of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the and the brother locge bTheJd m the club ro Thursday. June 13. at p-ffi Members and partners please no.e CO v PORTING RELIEF FOR TIRED EYES in- held Kiday. June 14, at wn.- s. >ioo- siiow islU oe featured p.e JeiJtini the Jean Gauld at 10-io pjn. cancing enjoyed from 9 till one o'clocs- Evts are ratio to 3. be kind to yours. Whenever eyes feel tired, or smart----or are reddened irritated, use Marine- iwo drops in each eye quickly cleinses, refreshes and soothes your hard- working eres. Mnrine was origin- ated by an eye physician. Apply it daily to ease your eyes- EVES TWO ONLY SUGAR BEET TRAILERS Our usual heavy construction; fully guaranteed. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers Deaths Passed away at the .ome. Wednesdav, June 12th. Vic- oria Kose. aged 2 years, beloved ti-.e- of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Yan- of 12Il-9th Ave. jr. Funeral Cervices will be conducted from fhristensen Bros. Ftmeral Home on Tidav, June 14th at 2 p.m.. -B.-IUI ?ev Robert officiating, ntement in Mountain View cerne- SSrVi, Ciwaniaois To Aid Clothes Drive Kiwanis co-ooeralion in the Na- tional Clothing" Drive next Monday was at the weeklv luncheon meeting-of the dab at the Marquis hotel Tuesday. Four teams will assist in the collection under tae chairmanship of Ed Miller. The workers will meet at the arena at pjm. ready to rum out the collection. Announcement was also mace of the Calf Club Show and Sale on July 2-3. tho Kiwanis club being a sponsoring body of the ciub. ana nlans were also discussed for i.ne assistance the club men will give to the Victory Rally and Eodeo July 4 5 and S. Charles Beny. Loa Wylie others sooke on the matter and le club will its full support. aew member of the lasp Hairv Maxted. was welcomed to toe club" being introduced by vv.- x. Cook. Vice-Fres- D- Wnimster was in iiie cioair in the aieence of Pres. ieishton Moore tvao has been at -ae coast for some time. International Vice W. Dr. J- K. Bigetosr Fred HobinS are attending the con- Tention of Kiwsnis International at Atlantic City. SUSTAINS BROKEN LEG Accidentallv- injured on the play- grounds at Central school Monaay, Shirlev Ann Logan is a patient in StT iEcaael's hospital receiving treatment for a broken Is ed when knocked over by a rider. brousht to Gait hospital suffering from head in- juries caused when he slippea ana fell while working. Referred to the civic centre committee a resolution recently passed by the public library board which stated -the time has come when there must be an extension of library facilities in the city and we request the civic centre committee to go into this matter at their next meet- ing, and further that this board joes on record as favoring a. new librarv in the civic centre in conjunction with an .art gallery and museum." t to advise the Lethbndge Board of Trade that six aldenr.enj and civic officials will attend the j breakfast partv to be held Satur- dav morning in the Marquis hotel in" connection with the Board of Trade international goodwill aeet- received and filed graphs nreuared by City Manager J. Watson w show the estimated reve- nue and expenditure of the city for 1945, and thanked him for the re- Passed for pavment the Gait hos- pital indigent account of for Don't Make This Mistake When Child Is Constipated TiftWt TiMet chiM Own Tablets. This new Dave Weir Back In Lethbridge T.C. A. Supervisor E. W. Stull. Lethbndge operations manager of Trans-Canada Airlines, informed the Herald today that. Dave former station manager here, who recently returned to bridge from Newfoundland, has been appointed supervisor in the local T.C.A. operaiions office and assigned to special dunes. _______ L todw lour ?5e- DICHLOR1CIDE For MOTHS 1 Ib. tin Jackson Draffin The Fanuly Drngr Store Phone 3364 PLACE YOUR Hall Insurance NOW WITH B. J. MERCHANT Long famons for bril- liance, one coat corcr, and weather-proof beauty. House Paint now comes to yon ia a. brand new range of 17 smart colours. Yes... let your colour fancy roain... whatever you choose, you can be sure that vhen yon paint with Elastica you are giving your house the best combination of protection and beaury available there is no finer paint made. F. A. ROGERS Lethbridge, Alta. iiit: police report, relief rents re-. port and direct relief report for May were received and filed. i Council filed s. letter from the Lethbridge Artificial Ice Company. Ltd until it submits a proposal re-! garcing the vacant lots -miaediately south of the arena. The company asked council not to take any ac- tion dealing with the- lots "as we ex- pect 10 be able to submit a proposal for TOUT consideration in the next week or ten days." After giving lengthy consideration to" an application from D. H. Eton. to erect s. store and residence on the northwest cor- ne1- of 12th St. and 7th Ave. S- couccil decided to forward to him the report of City Engineer J. Hairnes. stated "there is not sufficient area nor frontage for an additional residence or store" on the Tjroperty. Eefenred to the zoning committee an application from Aivau to have "his property about the Air- store, near the oil refinery, designated as a. commercial area. oronerty has a, frontage of 311 feet on "the main, highway and a. depth of 130 feet. Council agreed to sell four_iois on the southeast comer of 3rq St. and 3rd Ave. S. to C. A. McLaugMin, two of the lots to be used for z SiO.- 000 commercial building and the other two as a storage yard. Bylaws Passed Bylaws were passed authorizing the sale of: Four lots on the northwest corner j of 16th St. and 10th Ave. A, S- to Henrv Neufeld for S300, the site j to be" used for residential building, j Two lots on the north side of 6th j Ave, A, S., between 3rd and 4th Make Your Paint Dollars Go Further by Using CANADA PAINT PRODUCTS Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 International GoodwiU Meeting BANQUET FRIDAY, JUNE 14 6.15 P.M. MAIN SPEAKER: HON. E. C. MANNING MONTANA GREETINGS: O. S. WARDEN PUBLISHER, GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE BE SURE TO GET YOUR TICKETS THURSDAY There are a few available LETHBRIDGE BOARD OF SO-ED YOUNG PEOPLES DANCE TONIGHT Y.M.C.A. Social and Dance Under the auspices of TJ. A. to Canadian Legion on Friday, June 14 Social Dancing MR, ORCHESTRA Gents 33c. Ladies 25c- EVERYBODY WELCO3IE 2684 NO ITS NOT A EVERYBODY KNOWS m If s the SAME OLD NUMBER OF A BRAND NEW SERVICE truck now leaves Lethbridge at 1.30 p.m. And the SECOND one at 6.00 p.m. Sure, you knew it, all the the TABER TRANSPORT You can now ride on tbe tires preferred by Canadian pay for them while you ride! Drive in today and get full particulars! eecordsnf to Wsrtsne end Trade Board YOUR NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS ROELOFS AND SONS 311-317 Thirteenth Street Thone 1268 OR NIGHT i CHAPEL Lfifibridoe. Afta CHRISTENSEN K PHONE 28O2 STATIC ASPHALT ROOF COATING WILL STOP THAT LEAK If you have been experiencing any inconvenience dur- ing these recent rains through leaks developing in the roof take steps at once to remedy the trouble. STATIC ASPHALT will outlast any other form of bituminous costs no more. FOB SALE AT ALL YARDS OF THE Advance Lumber Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE SARDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA PHONE 2063 'R. SPAPFRf ;