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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE UGH? THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1946 MILADI Phone 4040 husbanc. Durrsc ev enin; bingo' anc refresh the bod; Lei g toco, jour thoughts and in q ness, relax these :ense mu i SHOWERS Eine BrsimAei; is leaving Today's Reflection If you are one vvho icrcr meets i a, cay -naea vou come lace to face with ciscoiiragemenr. worrj or f strain, then this reflection is not for vou. So: many of us escape a t rime like tha- 1 dsvs of hustle-bustle living. We i tclck we hsver.t time for relaxa- tion. Btit it is the secret which will open the mine, to inspiration A :o of FOR CHILDREN'S DEFT. Highlights In The News jor-ian- Sattu-cav to a'terc the _______ ness, relax tr-cse :ense muscles Close jour from things mtruce on voar consciousness I saw Go- wash the last nigh; His s-svee- on higL. An- then wsen came 1 saw Hun hang it osiv to crj. of snc open mind :o eight little _ _- 1 _ T Sre wiU ac- e- Mrs J. some urne worcs. "Be still, anc. am Miss Suth MiUer. of Toronto, has been pcinwd Children's Librarian ai the Leihbndge Public TJtyary to StlCCSea MlSS KUa Peterson, mamage took place recentlj. Mas Miller is a graduate of Vic- toria College ana :he On- tario Luararv Scnool. She v.iH commence her dut-es here September 1. the ap- pointment having been made by Lethbridge Board. Cltv Ittomev George Flynn of .York for six-dav visit 10 Canada T Superior. needs a pair of 'as guest of the Canadian govero- T njloa ofccial use ,taent. T They are neecea to sacisfy a claim i v bv a woman is ho is suing the city Charged with violating Pnccs for miunes to a. oair Board regulations. 33 Montreal 01 from a fall merchants and other persons were s sidewalk. arraigned before Judge Maunce i Tetreau Pines totalling uere A goodB2ul tour of central Alberta imrxjsea on six individuals who i is planned by the Alberta Hereford .pleaded gruiity. The remainder were Association during the stenoa June oroerea for trial later. 25 to 28 inclusive when establish- f menis of leading Hereford breea-, The first autoist to travel from, A Yerv Good Guess FIRST UNITED PASTOR AND WIFE HONORED The official board and ilon of First United reel at ibe Thursdav evening and hon- ored their pastor, Rev. Dr. rx and Mrs.. Magowaa, who From mouths kept closed no secrets' at the end of Jure to go to creep: new charge at Coleman. So open aioath cart secrets keeo. chairmanship of E. Soady fx a Moiner Nature. "erijoj-aole program was given and messages of tribute were heard A pah- of very smaK. very bright of cnurch organsza- fined with wonder were peep- of their pleasant, i me oat of the srass on the bank i thp'r nastor. Personals Major and Mrs A. W. Shac fore "sac so..: A_an. :ne Sndav aomire en rou'e Vsr- Ui.. cs_ 3C, -a here Mr. Mr M.T" Jack Cross of Col- ccr.. 3C. snc Mr. and Sirs. T. P in the from a nVor :-e States. rere ;i-e lauers Clare Sheare- eon of and Mrs F. Shearer of Carcaangaj. anc I'rancer- Jane' la to Hichard E-.acs. son of Mr. and Mrs. S Evans of Scmonton. Tr-e couble z wiU take plsce in the cu> ers in the territory will Brjwia's cost of ii'.inc nas drop- ped one point below last month's Prince of a medal from tse city of Saoert. it was announced Ha mm. president o: 'he at and sirange tions---------- associations vita their pastor. H A. ilutchtnor of Soatn- mmster Church in a short address ae experienced whUe to him was a wholly new with Dr. Magowan in ige and -aonderful part of J Assocjation. He had WOMEN ABOUND THE WORLD Chamber of Com- Ihe Greai World of Tahich onh a pastor of United aia is atsending the' time beiore he hao. thought, villas to his best to figure because of reauced prices of bv C G____ domestic and potten. Junior Rupert The maes Sjrure now sxancs a: 113 J saerce. Mr. Hamra aoove the level of July, 1914. j national convention of she Junior! aH there to snow. worthy causes. Ee Dr. and Chambers of Canada JTJ Edmonton rvever oe.ore had he seen water Maaouan cor-tmued success ia __ j excepting jn tiny paddles after a and he didn't kiiov, -a hat tc t Cheques from manv points in i j excepting m uny paddies atter a chr_stian Canaca and the Cliitec States poor- 1 New Zealand's per capita asncul- j rain and he didn't kno-R -ahat tc t Suitable presentations were ed Wmcssir Friciaj and tural production is the highest in' make of it- He had seen Mrs. on fee-vjajf of the congregation bv had ioiloaed He coulcs. at, see them now near the other shore 1 is meted out ;o aiij people, a. 'peace wiii never permar-ent Dr Marv Mcljeoc Beihune, louncer of srroyec ov Monosj s mister Canaoian mgn to the Be-nune-Cookman a took 15 Lves. i Zealand, said m an interview n Leaaer anc Mrs L_ C Scott, of L.-e-nar.cs'- visiting m 12s c.'t Ca co ecucaiiona! instiruuor: for nesroes. said in a puoJic ace-ess Bntain's sponsorec oj the Canacoai. Soc.etv have a peacetime js to ceremonial anc walk- Winnipeg. Immecaate action to make 5TVi U i for tne Acvancemen: of Colsrec out uniform. The dress committee, don the printing centre of douig '.he itmniest They kept, standing on their heaos in water. that is what and closed The foolish green fly cii'sts Istters i Mr anc Mrs. G Verra Grs' K. XcC-ea of Barns Calssry to oe :_ -ilr J 3 "Grav vvfo is medical trra-rcer.- HIL; c.- Mr SEC Mrs T Af'er 'sk.12 s Dot" craauate course at tbe Schco. of in Toronto. Marj nas re- to her nome :n Taber spenc rhe -ae Canary. rriercs i- May Veo of Orion Twea ant: Mr Snc ArvVo Grasberg of ed to 1 Foremost hac the.r marriage semol solemmzec. at the parsonage of will si1 Enshsh Lutheran churcn husbands. I on Tnarsaaj" sf temoon. June 20 i The Hev V Sicnenlaub officiated. suopues of they seemed to" be'doing. He didn t. Ljule eves ooened than ever. He t Old Mr. Toad if a cousin for se would be no raore Mr Mrs. E A of Vema 3. 3 C are c tew cc.s hclicai saenc-ia weeks' leave 0.1 her artsr wrucrt sne receive her cis- charse m Garret- has left for' ec States srse will viii' w'th her son anc caughter- m-liv, arc Mrs Chas Gar- _n Wmntcnee. end also Mr Robt irT O-eeon WhUe visiting Mr arc Mrs. H. Hall IT Salem, in. will arterc tne wec- of" ilsss Iris Ha2. :ormerly of After visitins in lake and Lethancge Mr anc Mrs. B T. :cve returnee to their Mr. and Mrs. H Granoarg win take milk, large newspapers anc 1 up resiceace near Cloverdale. BC veiones were usec onlv oncei J are "detail of Cacsciac lue which j T T j imnress anyone arriving from 3n- j A H ATP ,tam. Viacountess Alexander said, 11CJLC speaking to the Ottawa Wo-, j dent-elect of Colombia, was in Morrrea! by aad Benrand upon ha arrival from en- SEW IT SO EASY The ladies of the Rovsl Purple i rnen's Canadian ClUD I Si all parts of j 6 J j3Mj the triennial convention o: isf- 1 i iiiiii v f i J J they are not furnv at all' 3 soulf Thev uere getting food in the mud enea started to nf 1 2TUZ1 realied Grand- and mace a long leap shower was elc iirs S. grislier in honcr 01 35rs Stanier Cnar'es recent-i rtvec "frsm England home Regmc. were 24 at eight ociock. MV The teles' on Mopcay evazung. June Canacuan Women? Press Cluo After ex2m-Eing for the Westsm Board of H'JSic in Sdmonton. Cal- DrumheUer Kodak Si Enlarged Beoekah Loage No 93 wi A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENTJE S- Mr. and Mrs H. of B4airmo-e. are visii-ni: aere. guests at the Msrauis- Miss Helen Watson is leavmg_at the weekena ny TC.A to spend a vacation at Vancouver. 3 C_ wnsre she wiU be the guest of ;ts regular meeting on Mon- June 24 is IOOJ1. nail at 8 The American p_rc A Dertefit whist drive its first au-women wiU be helc at anc all Be- msnt at; tekabs Ojcc and friends are invited to attend. i instituted1 post Thurscay EASTERN STAB. HERE jnemaers Mo-tana of Order of the 2ast- Sta_ were Pioneer Couple Wed 60 Years Mr anc Mrs. Alexander Stetz. 1809 Seventa Ave. celebrated June daugh- ter of Staff Sgt. and J 3. OHeitiy, wao recently graduated rrom St. Paul's nospits 3C_ has joined the staff of Ulcaaels fcospital- Mrs O M. Halvorson. Mrs. A. Slaga, Mrs. B. Mrs M. O Hegg. Lois Mrs. Arthur M. Kilder, Gnmme, all of Cut Onasor, WSKins, married in Ohio in 1886 remainiEg for a year and then accomnanied. bv seven other families, maae the j long journey to Lethbndge. Can-' 1 Engagements Announced Mr. and Mrs Prank "L. Whitney f ada in 1887. Mr and Mrs. Stetz were the only jiis. jxiutii, JT. J3_ raembers of the partv to remain in KeuD of Saelby, Mont.; Mrs. A. E. Barr Oj -fee county, wracn at Deaton. Mrs. J. H. Engelkmg, ac- -eras aotnmg but desolate compamea fay her daughters, Joan, praine There were only aoout 50 and Shrriev, of Kevin, Mont.; Mrs. peoale settled here then. C Geiirke Dunkirk. The railways on this contirie-., bottom were the first line 01 national ae- fence, W. S. Deverush. vice-presi- OI tiie waler was a cent, western region. Canadian Na- tional Railways, told the iniema- tional conference of the Paci5c aa- tea Northwest Advuorv Board in as j of just about everybody if i time he could psep out from be- too late "I guess a Mouse must be afraid adress at Vancouver. Institutions for and i adult offenders in New Tork and Xew Jersej will oe on tiere- visited by members of the Saskat- 1 chewan penal commission. Just out a little way a lot round green leaves seemed to thought Littie Squeak He uasn't ;ar wrong floating on be The next story: "A Big Cousin Manitoba produced i I a direct result of growing e water. They were' lonS stems down IB t uathology laborarory in Win- told the Canadian Seed Grolers association in the Maru- rnba toaa 01 course, the' cudnE know this iling Because coat naonX A new name for the Canadian indicate that the orgamzaaoa was j advocating abstinence, was ursea in Saskatoon DV delegates attend- ing the convention of the Saskat- chewan brancn of the federation, Ontario provincial police recov- ered at Red Hock, an automobile re- ported stolen in Vancouver a montn ago and said thej- were holding, Alfred James Terkie wnose home I is m eastern Ontario, until arrange- ments are made to return him to aj. o_ Jt he dived head first r that Linle round leaves near the shore two! bulging eyes arid the top of a head. These were all he- could see above He didn't know what to j make of them. He left his shelter j and crept to the edge of the water. The very instant us had aoaearedl j those rjulgmg eyes were xrxed on J felt uncomfortaole. He j so stared at. Xo is stared at LUXOR SUPREME FINISHES The ideal, you want a nigh gloss finish. Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 James A. Hise. Conrad. Mont. and Mrs H. N. Clark, KalispeU Mont. cmld. a Kichoias one daughter Mrs Gnsak. of Coalhurst i announce tne engagements of tneir' Mr_ Joan S. Thom is a_p_atient in daughters, Pearl to Donald the university hospital. When you get that certain feeling in your stomach that "Time to raid the nothing can take the place of a large glass of rich, cold Purity Milk, the best snack stuff of all. Purity Dairy Phone 4124. There are seven grandchildren ana nine great graadchilcrerL HER PREROGATIVE! June Eua.ce Eaton. 19-year-old British i model, in 20 days on iand made up her mind to accept the hana of an American army sergeant in mar- riage. But 13 days on the high seas chaheeti it. Bound for the United States to meet her fiance. Ricnard Simmons. 30, of Manchester. Coaa, she walked down the aisle in a ship- deck mamage to the vessel's purser, i Thomas Hennessey, 22, Brooklyn. "Vancouver. St. Jean Baatiste Day. June 24 now mav be considered a national holiday for all French-sneaking Ca- nadians, not only m Qaeoec, waere it is a public holiday, but through- out Caaaca Criief Justice Thibau- deau Bmfret said in Ottawa. Bv ANNE ADAMS I Lord Beaverorook in London de- Somethihg to be thankful for dined comment on his warm weatner comes this as cnancellor of the ccol, correct little dress. Pattern j Aew Brunswick, neyond saying that 4733 nas oalv two mam pattern he "proposes to visit New Bruas- Somewhere he had seen two eyes bulging UD from the top of a head j m just that way. bat for a wmle he couldn't rememDer when or. where, or whose they were. Then it came to nun. "Old Mr. he exclaimed unaer his oreatn fellow looks something like Old Mr Toad. I wish. I could see rnm oetter As if he iiad heard tnat wisa the of those big bulging eyes parts cool cap sleeves ana gay scallops. Pattern 4733 coraes in sizes 14, 16. 18. 20, 32. 34 36. 38 40 42 Size 16 frock 3S-mch. Send 20 cents to the .bethbndge Herald. Pattern for each pat- i tern. Two weeks' time should be sllowee for pattern to reach you. TJse This Coupon. Fnnt Tour Name and Address Plainly. To: The Lethbriage Herald, Pattern Lethbriage. Alta. Pattern 4733. Size..... Name A PHOTOGRAPH To keep alive the memories of tbosft cpecial occasions, wonia In yonr saost cher- ished possession. DE JOURDAN'S STUDIO THAT PLEASE" Plourescent Lighting. i OPPOSITE CPJt. DEPOT. PHONE 2658. WICK: m October and stav there some littie time.'' More than 10 000 tons of Cana- oiaa wneat aour taken at tne edge of tne water He did it so slowlv that Little SqueaE dion'c notice vnat vas happening tmtJ the stranger was in water so shallow tnat ne was sitting with his wnole head out of stores Mr. Tcaa nvec at Hamburg, the British news service IB Germany reponed. A recorder's court jury in Detro't deliberated only 16 minutes before acquitting Mrs. Irene Vash, 30, mother of children, of a man- slaughter charge in the March 8 snooting of her husband. The Canine Defeno i-eague of England told President Truman in a message that convicted war crim- inals rather than -animals should be used as "guinea pigs" in tne Bikini atom bomo tests. Sussia will have 5.000 new hydro- electric stations by 1950. powered by i smaller rivers Thousands of mJes of nver win be made navigable by construction of locks and. dams. High ranking' British officers i greeted Gen. Wladyslaw Anders on his arrival m Jerusalem for an m- i spection of army installations in Rilestine. Gen. Anders is command- er of Poiisa troops outside Poland. Dean Acheson, UJS acting secre- tary of state, said the United States is asking why four American corre- spondents have been barred by Rus- it was netter a nice green He wore yellow at his I tnroat and a wmte waistcoat He was bigger, much bigger, than Old Mr Toad. said iie in a very deep voice. "Don't be afraid, little TnBy quicly arouse these organs Mouse. Don't be afraid." j to sharpen tteap- Good Health and Lots of Pep 'Dr- a record.oi depeadabJity regulator 01 liver and kioneyi and bowels. nBy quickly arouse these organs and help to improve digestion. Ciean out the poisons Dr. ,____ Chase's Pills and re- Just tnea a foolish green fly gain yotir pep and happiness, came along The biggest mouth' SScte a DOS. Little Saueak ever had seen opened "Pm not squeaked the' little Mouse. All the same lie ran. way back to "niriirig- place to Hear the tame ofjtat gloriously di 5Irs. Jones certainly got an eaifal For that only uew flavor everybody was talking about in the the malty-rich, sweet-as-a-nut Grapc- fiai-or. And folks set -siTl talking about tliat sarae really differ- ent taste but in ttco grand cereals ctirly, honey-golden POSTS GRAPE-XCTS P1AKES as as crisp, cbewy Post's Grape- Nnts. vbeat and malted barley are a double why Grape-Nnts Flakes are so they provide carbohydrates for dnergy; proteins for mnscle: for teeth and bones; iron for the blood; other food essentials. sia from entering Bulgaria. Under the Potsdam agreement, he noted American newsuapermen are sup- posed to have the ngnt of access to at country. A consignment of cases of to be shipped to Canada from Australia for rnanv at Montreal Friday. Five timber -wolf cubs were killed recently by Sobers Malcolm. Tnrnsfail, in tae area southwest of Benalto, reported fiiday. The Winnipeg scnool board adopt- ed a new wage schedule which will boost tne present wage bill for its employees to annually The new salary schedule represents aa increase of 5 early. A Japanese relocation camp es- taDlisned at an airport near Moose Jaw will oe equipped to house some 60 fatnuies Twenty-one Japanese, including eight chUaren, now are at tee camp. The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities enaorsea a reso'unoa urging that the 123r per cent increase on farm implements be made on wholesale and not re- tail prices. Two small boys tiring to bury _ forfeiaaen supply of fireworks oehmd a garage in Shawnee. OkJa_ cuscov- ered a feeg of ueckels airnes. ouar- ters snc half-dollars whicn tne Fec- eral Bureau of Investigation saia WES pa-t. of the S19.883 loot- takpn j IE. a Texas oans roobery in -945 Dr.Chase's Ready to cat. to di- KsBrishisg. dslv dons. Get Grape- Xnts Flakes today. Regular and giant economv size packages. All carry recipes for tempting cookies and other good things made >ith Post's Grape-Nuts Flakes. 1 Hakes A Product of Foods SF74 Hi The Winnipeg Free Press Friaav it. was jearrect tnat the cny i has decided r.ot to nurchase the Winnipeg E3ectnc Company nego- tiations for which ha-ve oeea un- i aerway about rnOBths. j The first farmers holiday to be j held in Alberta was ceieoratea Fri- aav with picn.cs, rallies arse sports events throughout the province i The dav was set asiae as Farmers Dav DV the Canadian Feaeration of Agnculturs. i coroner s jur1 the death of Csauae F in has two-room apartment in Winni- peg last Weanesdav. returnees a verdict that he "died as a result of having been staboed by a in tne hands of Elizabetn Maude McLean." The great, danger in Canaea Pi present is that of production will oecome so hign that Canadian goods will be unaole to compete in world markets, Don C McKenzie, chairman of the board of gram commissioners, said in Winnipeg. C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR SPAPLRl ;