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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1946 On Way To Jasper Toronto-Born Win Barren, In Paramount News, Visitor In Gty First 9. vosce. then a. writer, tor said it would be difficult thing an editor. So runs the life story j to predict. "As difficult as to tell of "Win Barren .of New York, direc- Tehat women's hats will be next tor for Fararaoiint Films aad own- j he said. JSucidaung, htfw- er of the on the news of ever, to the extent of sajmg that THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN that company who visited Leth- bridge la person Tuesday afternoon. A good-looking, middle aged chap slightly graying hasr. Mr. Bar- roa Tras born and raised in Toronto and then had small parLS in pic- tures after which he not only be- came a "lOice" but also a cameraman of note. Today he is efl route to Jasper ICat tonal Park "Eajperor Waltz" is being Slmed starring Sing Crosby aad Joan FonzaiEe. Why was Jasper chosen for the setting of the picture? "Because IE is considered the fin- est setting on the North American he said. weather is aa important factor in picture Filming at Jasper is a week behind schedule due to the elements and will not be completed for another week which adds considerably to the expanse of the production. Two must for production of a news reel are: a subject of national importance- and no commercial value tie-up. Mr. Barron was accompanied by Gordoc Ughtstorie, Canadian gen- eral manager of Paramount, from Toronto, who was- en route to Cal- gary for the Paramount ainiver- sary dinner there tonight. Wednes- day, honoring two employees who Reol.vsngr to a question regarding- have beea m the service for 25 the possisBhty of Canada as a !o- years. for future pictures, the direc-' by T. Commercial Printers and Office Outfitters Ltd. 326-7th St S. Phone 2999 Supina Mercantile Bargain Specialists nnOTERTES. 2766 AND 2966: BUTCHER. 3456: LADIES' WEAR. 2Sfifi- MFN'.S WFAR 345fi PHONES: GROCERIES, 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER, 3456; LADIES' WEAR, 2866; MEN'S WEAR, 3456 Young Men's Tweed SUITS Smart suits well tailored from all wool tweed in dressy grey shade, pattern- ed in fashionable herring- bone weave. Styled in the popular three-button drape model with -notched lapels. Size 34 to 37. MEN'S OXFORDS "Strider" auality oxford, mace uppers of quality brown calf m com- fortable Juocassm style. Finished Gooojcar uelted double auc solid heels. Sizes to 10-2. Per BOYS' PULLLOVER SWEATERS Cool cotton pullover sweaters styled with round neck and short sleeves. Colors: wine, blue and brown with contrasting trim. Sizes simli, mecium and large. Each I Is, W SVAPfcltfi _ _ 59c KHAKI BREECHES G.WG. quality breeches uell tailored from heavy knaki material and finished uith double seat and knees and button-down flap top pockets. Waisi size 32 to 38 Per Boys Drill PANTS Lightweight, cotton drill pants for bojs 12. 14 sna 16 jean Color: Blue. Regular value S1.75. Special to clear '1.25 MEN'S WORK SOCKS Heavy quality gum boot socfcs, krls from strong cotton vanvs. Per 4Qc A SWEATERS TRINTELLA' HOUSE DRESSES "F'-intella" quality dresses made in smart new models from first qual- ity prints, patterned in colorful new designs, in fast colors that come up as fresh and bright as new after repeated tubbings. Sizes 14 to 44. New shipment of Balanivne' tireo sweaters. from pure wool yarns m blue, with red penguin de- signs. Long Sizes 32 34 ard 36. 4 PCft.g Uiil XiC- COLORFUL RUGS woven from cotton yarns. Bright, colorful designs Size 46 25. Each ALPINE SKIRTS Smarrlv sk.ra Quality alpine fsonc ;n or blue, ana 5 14 to 18. Each BLOUSES shipment of quality whits cut- ton Mouses, stjled v.i'.h tailored col- lars, short sleeves and button Sizes 12 to 20. Each GROCERY NEWS v PHONES 2966, 2766 WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF MARTIN SENOUR PAINTS AND BRUSHES SHAVING CREAM, Lifebuoy tubes TOOTH PASTE, Maclean's tubes 35c 30c DOG FOQDS-Dr. Ballard's Variety Squares, 2 Ib. bags 29c Health Food, 19 oz. tin lgc 29c 28c FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES ORANGES 288 size, 2 doz CHAMPION BISKIES, 2-Ib. pkg.......... MEATIE CUBES 2 Ib. BANANAS 313- 14c FRESH STRAWBERRIES DAILY CHERRIES, Bing. Per pound........................... CANTALOUPES, WATERMELONS HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Per CELERY, HEAD LETTUCE, RADISHES, CUCUMBERS. 30c ;