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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1946 Bithop Carroll To Native Son Of St. Augustine's Parish, Taber, To Be Ordained To Priesthood THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE SEVEN COYOTES ESCBEASIXG Lethbridge Co Saturday morning at o'clock. Bishop Carroll of CsJgary will raise Rev. Loius ilalo 10 me priesthood in Saint Augustine's Catholic church. Taber. Rev. Mr. ilaio, in-ho is at present, a ceacoa, has just finished a seven-year course of preparation in St. Augustine's seminary. Torcnso. IHe aialo family is one of the best kno-sm azsoEg the oM timers of the Taber disiiici. In partner- ship with C. Don Ma'o has operated ?ae ilaJo-Mahon Lumber company since 1910. Active, in com- munity ajsd church circles, the fam- ily has always been prominent. The oldest son. Bernard, who died some years ago, graduated as a doctor. Another son. John, is just finishing course in dentistry and -alii graduate this summer, A daughter. Frances, is a member of the Sister of St. aianha. louss is the fifth son hi a family of nine, seven of whom are bovs. He attended public and High school in Taber and then spent a. year in Campion college, Segiaa. This was followed by a year at the University of Alberta. In the fall of 1939 he entered St. Augustine's seminary to begin his preparation tor the priesthood through philosophical and theologi- cal susdies. Native of Parish The ordination will mark the first, time that a priest has. been ordained in St. Augustine's parish, ia Tsber. The occasion is the more noteworthy sines the young man is a native-born member of the parish. He has made a host of friends in Taber and his orciinauon will be a cause of rejoicing to them. There will be a reception at the Saalo house on Saturday afternoon. The Taber Cathlolc Women's League will serve dinner to the visit- ins clergy and the immediate Jam- ily_of the new priest following the ordination ceremonv. Rev. Father Malo will sing his Two "masts" for successful bathing beauties. Waterproof leg makeup and smart sun glasses to protect the eyes, McCAFFRETS DRUG STORES 331 5th St. S. 414 13th St. N. Phone 2203 Phone 3445 "He who should take no against hail. Bowman Agency Insurance Real Estate Loans Engraving. REV. LOUIS >IALO first Solemn High Mass in the parish church on Sunday at 11 o'clock. He will give his first bless- ing to the people following the The parish plans a big picnic at the River Park on Sunday after- noon in celebration of the signal occasion when its first ordination mil be followed by the first mass of the new priest. Breweries' Head Inspects Plant "Our Lethbridge plant is in very good condition, thanks to improve- ments we had made before the war started. But some of our other plants need additions and improve- i ments which we hope we will be able to undertake as soon as the industrial world settles down to said President R. H. B. Ker of Sicks' Breweries, who was in the city Thursday on a tour of inspection of the local plant, dur- ing which he conferred with Local Manager Gordon Frisby. Mr. Ker said that trie tie-up In the B.C. woods was slowing down business at the coast, causing fal- tering on proposed expansion pro- grams in. many directions. He was hopeful the tie-up would be settled soon. Mr. Ker left by plane for Vic- toria Thursday evening. South Alberta, and ranchers are reporting great- er numbers of coyotes season than lor many past. Some maintain that v reduction of the bounty is a reason, but whatever the cause heavy losses from farmyards are reported nightly- Some ranchers are crediting losses of calves to the prowling pests. More Shirts Soon Is Hope Held Out Shirts for men and boys are ex- pected to be in improved supply some weeks hence as the result of additional action taken by the War- time Prices and Trade Board to increase production. is threefold: This action 1. No manufacturer is now per- mitted EO use sharing material for anything except men's and boys" shirts unless his production of these shirts is up so the level directed bv the board. 2. Increased supplies of material are being made available to shirt manufacturers out of the quota of cotton fabrics which the United States allocates to Canada. Ar- rangements have been made to have a larger proportion of our allocation supplied in the form of shirtings. 3. Xo manufacturer is per- 4- 4- ITS MAKE-UP AND PURPOSES ity Council Further Progress In School Plan The research is the live members. drive shaft of the newly-formed I Trie tetobridge Cqzasiunity Coun- Lerhbridge Community Council. It j cil is an organization to co-ordi- is authorized :o make surreys to'nate all community social welfare obtain necessary factual information j agencies under a central oouocii. on cosaniunity welfare work, bring j To enable each agency to fully before the council suggestions and j realize their individual cozununity recommendations on v elf are work that thinks necessary. Othe work next education, youth. coanrainity! tork, through preventing unn< j, jur-j1enaore Mountain Horse Speaker The regular meeting of Leth- bridge Junior CbamSer of Com- held in the Marquis hotel j Thursday evening, was featured by" fan address by Mike Mountain Lethhridge school bsard on Wor'.c; War. _ j- Horse, well-scown local Indian 'writer and a veteran of the Pfaa Premier Speaker At Goodwill Meet of Tisitors are EOT in ____various parts of Alberta Montana for the third imer- Thursday night heard a. letter frosa ie approach of the city council suggesting tha; the: day zany fathers anc employers of board proceed immediately -with Junior Chamber members specially' national goodwill or meeting being Mauto i, plans and speciSeattocs for the invited to the meeting, -sere aiso 1 and conc'tides jected composite high school to be' present. A business session i built, next; year in connection with was held. The council a3so the owe-.iEg was given over to 1 of 1 notified the board that it was an- address, which dealt wltn the travi the collegiate. A snors business session "out tfce main portion of the! terested In :he work of the com- munity council in the city of Leth- bridge. Its rK-esribership includes one representative from comEwmSty welfare organiza- tions. The executive committee may at Its dacresion select members who will have the same right to vote and hold oSice as ac- as a central agency to obtain fac- tual info-matiori and make recom- mendations :o she city council rela- tive to community welfare. The council snsH be composed of active and anaffihat-ed memoers in- terested in the work :he com- munity council in the city or icth- bridge. All the Fun of the Fair Marks Kinsmen Carnival at Arena Competition was rife Thursday midway and proceeded to block the night at the arena orj the opening passage in front of The communication was received and filed for further consideration j by the board. Overcrowding of the present col- legiate premises was mentioned in reports of M. Sullivan, high school inspector and high school inspectors, facilities were declared Visitors were arriving throughout j and afternoon and ex- are that the conclave be aueaced br about 35 good- cus-.crrs. i bridge. S Following the registration of jtors this afternoon, the rceeang i heard a discussion on The Pnture of Our under the chair- manship of T. ol bndge. This was followed oy a dis- cussion on "What Jo do with tour- ists in W. Pabro of the Leth- bridge Junior Chamber of Corn- Vacation Travel Prcaier JEL C. M Holiday travel, heaviest In aausy to address gathering at a oa ac- coun- of night of the booths. Standing within the colorful con- mitted to keep on hand more than arrangements have been made Wheels span and the steady chant of the b'ngo stand together with from the dance flsor Hl-Hat-ters orchestra fordi added a pleas- confusion. Soon after the car- The resignations of the following attractive j teachers were received: Miss SUsie i Alderman. Sirs. Jean EXxnerosi. striving to lure potential patrons j nival opened its doors at o'clock from arena. dilating throng riety the In Police Court Atkaaedtl Her Blotchy -PIMPLY SKIN Here's ao Honest Offer Satisfaction w Money Back If TOCE. skin has broken out with surface pimples rashes caused by local irritations, or you suffer from an externally caused itchios'. burning skin" soreness, go to your druggist and get a. small bottle of Moone's Emerald Oil aad use as directed. Soon you'll find it start right in to aid nature clear up the faster heal- ing; Use for ten days and if then you are dissatisfied, Money Back. dmgsists. STOKES DRUG CO. LTD. KHSOI? DRUG STORE divorce action him this which, manufacturers will make the best use of the supplies of fabrics they have on hand. Since the subsidy paid on cotton has been reduced, manufacturers are having to pay higher prices for fabrics. To compensate them, the board has authorized some increases I in the prices of men's and bovs' shirts, pyjamas and flat-cut under- wear. Retail prices of shirts in the lower Dick Verwoerd of Leihbridge was. priced ranges will remain unchanged I remanded for trial until Monday: in many cases. Where the prices after charged in city police rise, the increase TVill not be more court Fncay morning xrtth threat- i T ,_ f w. nlltn T O than 2o cents, ana generally it trill be less. The shortage of men's tow-priced shins because manufac- turers turned to production of high- priced lines to obtain some relief from increased and because of a scarcitv of low-nriceJ fntrici The larger quantities of lower-pric- ed shirtings which are rarer made available to .manufacturers, to- gether with their increased nrices allowed in some cases, is expected to bring about a return to produc- tion of shirts in the lower-priced ranges. Mrs. Robert Donat is suing her actor husband for divorce in Lon- don. Miss Doris Bulhs. Miss Marjone Brown, and Miss Mabel Luco. Numerous reserva- j Saturday's program consols of a tjorji have already been taken for j civic breakfast ar.d :hea a ciscus- the monriss of July and August, j slon on asr transportation is to oe i'Eastern Canada now enjoys a re- held under tfce chairraasshsp of G. popularity with the vacation-; E. A- Rice, S.C.. of Lethbrtdge. ist in "spite of recent strikes. feu- triss have been recorded arrive at Great at in the eastern state, The p.ra. and at Los Angeles as its nearby B.C. resorts scores :he pnncipalships of Central school and Westminster school respectively i ing st GTES: Fiaiis at 1 pja. and Shortage of hotel accommodation vroi leave at 1.50 p.rs_ for Leih- linuting factor on far away j bridge. The new schedule :s ex- this diffirolty seeras to peered to prove attractive to the have occasioned little anxiecv for' increasing number of tounsts ccKn- I citteer-s resen-anons here, j ing to Alberta by air.___________ All types of merchandise including agernent committee was authorized j ed to kitchen district: Is. 3. Oer-' __ doUs anornaiEerits that -he of men and cause music and art in their classes. Gnr. C. S. Robinson. Etzikom; Pte. j The application of Miss Isabel j A. J. Weight. Lethbridge: Spr. J. A. j Landels, il-i... the teacher of French j Walker. Lethnndge: nd for a year's sabbatical leave tras Dougall, Lethbridge. facilities would be swelled the next two granted provided a competent teach- .y- j er is secured to replace her within j the i fun and novelties awah; citi- zens -orho venture out Friday and protection by binding Him 'over 'to i keep the peace, she charged accused with threatening her. Samual Shuler of Lethbridge was, Saturday nights, fined and S3 costs for driving at j an unreasonable rate of sceed on. Thirteenth St. S. A. E. Cross Buys fVkaef Pines of 520 End costs were im- posed against Steve Bernard Czech; of Raymond and L. E. Price for un- lawfully having licuor in other than their private residence. _._ James D. Sullivan of Lechbridge j bridge business roan, has purchased was sentenced to seven days at j a home on Vancouver Island, B.C. A. E. Cross, well-known Leth- ARE AGAIX AVAILAELE siott stolen pastry. He pleaded m- nocent. A fine of S20 and costs was imposed against Wong Shung for unlawfully having liauor in other than his private residence. of Edmonton, and the property located in the Sidney district, near Patr.cia Bay. and overlooks Saan-j ich Inlet. The price is not disclos- ed. Mr. Cross plans eventually to take up- residence at his newly" ac- auired west coast home. His son. War Assets Corporation sold 14 Reg-. Cross, is taking over the man- surplus freighters during Mav for i agement of the A. B. Cross photo- J a total of granhic business in tbe city. More Repats Are Welcomed Home "Bepat" servicemen from this dis- trict who rerurse-i to the continent aboard the Aquitanla on its lost- trip from Britain arrived in the city Thursday night aboard tne 3 o'clock train from Medicine Hat. Those destined for points to the Crow's Nest Pass proceeded through the city. The following servicemen return- Western Air Revises Flights Important changes in Western; Airlines schedules affecting Leth- bridge were announced tooay ay i Ted Paris, station manager for the companv here. Effective Saturday.! June the incoming Western Airj daily nlane isill arrive at Lethbridge at pjn. instead of as noon as cow. Returning it will leave Leth- bridee at p.m. The new schedule will give pas- sengers from Lethbridge closer con- nections with both Los Angeles and Denver. The southbound plane CI.L. MARVEL RED BARN PAINT Dram Morris Barrett HAKDWAKE FARMERS Crops are hafl are hard to insure. Place yaw hail insurance mow. Be Wise, Insure With Ives 825320 750s20 USED TIRES Trimbles For Tires 316-Uth St. S- Fhone 20G7 Special General Meeting Army and Navy Veterans Club TONIGHT 8 P.M. TO WELCOME THE DOMINION G. HOWARD REFHESH3EEXTS Supina Mercantile Bargain Specialists PHONES: GROCERIES, 2766 AND BUTCHER 3456- LADIES' WEAR. 286fi. MIEN'S WEAR. 3456 Boys9 Tweed TOPCOATS Smart little topcoats tailored from wool tweeds in attractive herringbone weave, in shades of sand or brown. Styled with three-button fronts, peaked lapels, two slash pockets and half belted back. Complete with cap to match. Sizes 2 to 6 years. Value priced at BOYS' DONEGAL TWEED SUITS Two Pairs of Pants Smartly styled suits, tailored i from fashionable wool Done- gal tweed, in shades of brown or jrrey. Made in the popu- lar drape model with three- button notch lapel coat and two pairs of pants. Sizes 11 to 16 years. Per suit, com- BOYS' SLEEVELESS SWEATERS Dressy looking sweaters, knit Jrom wool yams In sleeveless pun- over style. Plain shades of blue, wine and sand. Sizes: sinail, medium and large. Each PHONES: GROCERIES, 2766 AND SWEATERS BUTCHER 3455; WEAR, 2866; MEN'S WEAR, 3455 Serviceable sweaters mace apper fastening- fronts and two pockets. Colors: wine and. beige. Sizes 36 to 42. WATSON'S "MOOSEHIDE" WORK GLOVES For tough wear these moosehide gloves are hard to beat. Watson quality. They have irisewn seams and reinforced thumbs. Sizes 9 to 11. Boys' Wool Tweed SCHOOL PANTS Dandy pants for school. They combine smart appearance with sturdy wear. Tailored 'roni wool tweeds, in shades of navy or brown. Sizes 11 to IS years. Wool Flannel SLACK SUITS Smartly styled slack suits, well made from quality wool flan- nels, in two-piece models. Jackets are long: torso, with four button fronts. The slacks are fitted and have buttoned placket. Shades include navy, red, brown and green. Sizes 12 to 20. Per to Chenille SPREADS LBeauiiful bedspreads macs [from closely tufted chenille fwith attractive worked-ln fQc-ral designs. Large size. wine, rose, blue, green d white. TO 17.95 Printed Sheer BLOUSES Smart blouses, well made from Duality sheers, primed in attractive floral patterns. Styled with smng necScIme. Ions rieeves arid buttoned fronts. Colors: broa-n. blue and red. Sizes 12 to 20. __ _ _ SHEET and PILLOW CASE SETS CHILDREN'S perfect shower or ifedding gift. Beauti- ful qnaHly sheets and pillow cases, In attrac- tive gift package. The sheets are large sire and have border trim of pink, blue, grein 07- gold. Pillow cases have floral designs in match- ins shades. Per DeHghtfJi-Iy styled dresses made from quahty prints patterned in attractive paisley designs. Styled -slth short ar.d Tsared skins. Sizes 3 :o 1-5X. Colors: rose, blue or velio-a. CHILDREN'S RAINCAPES Colorful raincapes made from gingham and dotted materials with waterproof backing. Complete with attached hood. Sizes 2 to 8. Coiors: reel ar.d blue. to GROCERY NEWS PHONES: 2766-2966 MEAT SAUCE, Beefsteak, Heintz. Per bottle PRUNES, TOxSO's...................-T-................. COOKING FIGS. Per Ib. for MALTED MILK, Horlick's. Sweet chocolate flavor.........7 oz. LEMON OIL, Nonsuch. Per bottle for coughs and colds. Small 50ci Ib. 40c Large 30c 25c 26c 98c 19c 75c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables CELERY. California. Per Ib............................... LETTUCE. solid CABBAGE, new. California. Per Ib. POTATOES, new, California, washed TOMATOES, field. Per Ib. ANTALOUPES Valencias 392. 3 dozen for S5C Size 288. 2 dozen for 85c Size 176. Per dozen 69c GRAPEFRUIT-Marsh Seedless Size 126. 5 for 29c Size 80. 3 for 29c BANANASGoIdenRipe' Per Ib. 14c ;