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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TEE LETHBKIDGE HERALD MONDAY, JUNE 24, MILAD Today's Reflection I 9- i Holiday time has arrived for some approaching for others. It's WOMEN AKOCND THE WORLD the year are as Phone Editor- BLIND jSSfte off to distant passes _anc a h.tle Miss trip to She I Lethoridge will ha-, e alocal i members of Glacier Chapter Ko. 58 of Cutbanfc, Montana, and Shelby Chapter No. 113 of Shelby, Montana, were present. Sister Home, worthy matron of Laurel Chapter, welcomed the visi- tors after which the officers of Shelby Chapter formally opened the .session, with I in attendance. The ritualistic work was exempli- Music Festival Here Next Year Criticism -Phone 4040 o: July. .s- A Vcss nee; everv-ahere. Holidays taken in th YhoVe Laarrisise 'spyst of adventure fun. Lethbridge will ha-.e a local Musi- i Tte ritualistic work was exempli- cal in 1347. This de- Oy ofiicers of Glacier Chap- cided at the annual meeting of tne, teri cutbank, in an impressive man- Leihbncge oranch of tee Musics Festival held June 20, at wruch of the afternoon ses- LeihbTdge oranch of the Musical Festival held June 20, at wruch At tte_________ feeling was expressed against cam- a (jiruier was served to the aging criticism of adjudicators frcm by a committee convened {England at provincial festivals. _ Oilieeri for the coming }ear I in his blindness; But can I "I seo-haps there a sisru "close by, me. Personals Mr. and Mrs. A. IXipen. csnied bv Mrs. Adelaide and Mrs." Frank; Cole of Los An- geles, left a: the ueeSreEC on a trip to Banff. Laks Lc and Jasper. land "taken a? nssioence Sixth S. at i2-53 elected and the secretary s Th-v had girls wiii SP: out vv eonescay for cfrlfafoipe and has- f Toronto by of the I noe tomatoes. Sud- weather psKsittiag. :o an. are expected to .S.. that they j urge to go east.' constructive criticism in s. them into the UJS __ _ t_ __ kindly manner and are expected '.o visitors, oy a wmtriicu by Suser Andersoa and Maple Leaf and Sister Miron of Laurel I.O.D.E. Bursaries Are War Memorials LO-D-E. bursaries of the value of each have been awarded through the year to 253 sons and daughters of "men Soiled or perma- nently disabled in the first Great War, to enable them to- obtain a university education, the final award iKing made in A bursary holders had. however, en- listed before their university courses were completed and these were re- turning to graduate. The permanent part of the Na- tional War Memorial is the Post NEWS NOTES i Chapter and Sister Miron 01 iaurei tional war Memorial is tne rcsv- ec ana uir chaoter. and a short program of Graduate Scholarships (Overseas) received. toasts was presented, with Bro. H. Awarded yearlv, one in each of the KordiEg to the resolution re- G acting ss mas- cine provinces, to graduates of Ca- img adjudicators irom Engiana. ter of ceremonies. nadian universsiies for study in any are exoectec iO CAfdnn HJQ Evening Session The evening session was held at _ _____ i was electee most, worsnip-Jl granc fOre criticizing test piecs j mistress of the Ladies' Orange j bv festival ccmmli! iing when Gladys Bcna. Benevolen; Associstion at the con- remember thev ter of" Mr. and Mrs. Ksrolc meeting of the grand lodge bassadors of musical good program of pageantry eluding meeting of the grand lodge of British American in Wimupeg. the, hostess when she entertained in EL FSynn of Meci- _____ Mrs. _" Cree" DOr- Qce" to Ottawa. dagter o of Medicine Eat anc i Ronald Char-es Matthews son Mr7 and Mrs. Harry Matthews of a holiday a a' a surorise par.y recently. Bessiey as ncstesi 5Ss Conr-or received a coa eif; from those Miss Bernice who V- and Mrs. Kenneth Far-f sr.c Connor. i A. G. had, g: wdl .of res: was honor guest. Miss Ella irces of ivho oy ane Los Anseles. Calif. where i she take a post graduate course. RED CROSS REPORT to another. Tne resolution, moved by A. seconded A. J. Watson. .-o. addenda under and beautifully staged .Ir and Mrs. E- S- Kaison of Ca'lgary ar.noar.ce the jaamage o- Association with ________hat it, be forward- the British federation of Festivals. Londo sister H. McG were Others Young, accompan- solos were and Mary and Bro. J. Kannard. "Reports fromi aster A. Sparling, P.GJS.. of Cal- I the president, secretary treas- garv-. es-.endec. greeangs urer indicated completion of a sue- corned the visitors on behau o. toe anc cessftil >ear. Resignation of the; Grand Chapter of Alberta, secretary, Mrs. Janet McLeod. Montana sisters responding. ughter. Elizabeth, to ,o tllni D. Lyos. :-oisi--ges: son o. t ouc mo. vent has the city to sper.c tne summer wi.n church. Rev. R. W. i groups who ha'.e Mr. and Mrs. I their pins, ma _ r will res.de at nadian universsiies for study in any British To date 148 of these have been granted. Tae exigencies of war and the fact that the majority of the stu- dents were in she services, had for some lime prevented the awards of scholarships, but ia September next, seven selected stu- dents will go overseas oa LO.D.E. scholarships of 51300 each, for a Year's study. These students, Sve of whom serv- ed in the Second Great War. are: James SL Gander of Alberta: Don- ald J. Greene of Saskatchewan; John A. Stove! of Manitoba; Philip Gilburt of Ontario; Herbert. F. Quinn of Quebec; John S. Hough of New Brunswick; Edward J. Shields of Scotia. In addition to the above, two former scholarship winners are now studying at, the University of Lon- don." England: George Kane of Brit- ish Columbia, who was a prisoner of war in Germany, and Maurice Western, who served as a war cor- respondent in Italy. George B- Walling of que, N.M., told police he dropped al dime in a bus serminal at Kansas! City and while searching for it hel his billfold which he said tained He found the dime. Motion picture projectionists of] Famous Players' Corporation have made joint application with their 5 management to the Regional War] Labor Board for an increase in' wages, it was announced ia Winni- peg. __ A. D. Love, president of the Loans Association of Al- berta, in an address before the an- nual meeting of the association in Jasper said that building costs and the sale price of houses are inflated a; present and issued a warning against mortgage loans based on present-day sale prices. The city of special committee of street railway trans- poriation has issued a statement said the citj would lose more than a year if it pur- chased the Winnipeg Electric Com- pany for the price quot- ed by the company. has notified her ambassa- dor in Cairo of her official bus un- published attitude on Egypt's granting saactuarv to the Mufti of Jerusalem, a foreign office OVER BY CAR Hideaki Mivashita, seven-year-old son of Mr. "and Mrs. S. Hizuma Mij-ashita of Picture Butte suffer- bruises and cuts Saturday when was run over by a car and is now a patient in St. Michael's hps- i At last report- he is making i 01' good progress toward complete re- 1 covery. jji tjtri spokesman said in London. He de- clined to say whether there wauld be representations to King rarouk's government, or to describe the nature of the government com- munication. Mr Mrs C. faro S02S. of j Engagements Announced Helen Sprier are Theresa Zorso were joist tnev enve.- _ ___ ___ continuous vears of service with the j airline. The pin was accompanied AlcLeoa with five roses. Miss Olson joined j I Mrs M. Brandlev will reoresent t the company in Jane. the first, the festival committee en the local} girl to be hired by the Lethoncge i station in the war emergency. COPIES OF OLD PHOTOS A..E. CROSS SON THIRD ATENTJE S. TV C T U. i community council. 7 of" Calgary.! V; International Meeting i T f Si Activities here TO ATTEND CONVENTION MEDICINE Fecw Lang and Mrs. Lang left on for Vancouver, where the the season in Order i forme'r will attend the ninth annual star circles was the In- conference of Canadian oe- Goodwill meeting held in Vancouver from june ridav in the Masonic hall, j 24 to 27. As chairman of the reso- bv Manle Leaf Chanter! lutions committee. Mayor Lang wul Laurel Chapter No. 43 of attend a pre-conference meeosg m at wMcii "more than 50 i the Vancouver LUXOR SUPREME FINISHES The ideal, where you want a high gloss finish. Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 Crescens Seights uiutec church. Calgary, was the scene of s. wefi- _ The Gordon Group of nrst 3ap- us; Church meets ai the horns of Mrs. Asncroft. 2SS Seventh Are. A Sinus Sufferers Clear bead and xcd thecs clear. MeniHolacnni cbecks ganber- inj: of and rclier-res srEffiy Jars and cubes, 50C. v-: MENTHOLATUM COMFORT T. H. McCready. Girl Guide commis- sioner, was iri charge of the sortins and packing of clothing at the Arena for the National Clothing Drive here. Days special tribute to the work of "wcmea's organ- izations assisting in the drive. "They did remarkable work and co-ODeration was one hundred per cent. They Si. Augustin's W. A. sections gr-g an amazing group of as follows: I women in this city when Mrs. Crewe's and Mrs. Cook's asked to assist in any corn- sectioa on Tuesoav at the horns muz-itv project and are a Mrs. "Wright, 1203 Sixth Ave. S., with .5, credit" to she Mrs. Reecl as co-hostess. i said. Mrs. Risler's and Mrs. McCreadj's .5, .j, c- section meets with Mrs. Hisler, oil ____ Eleventh St. S.. on Tuesday.----------------------------------------- Mrs. Gresntrse's and Miss Crowe's section meets at the home of airs.', Lewis. 1211 Third Ave. S.. Tuesday j at 8 p-m. Mrs. Rabv's and Mrs. Middleton's section will hold a no-hostess meeting. Tuesday, at pan., at I; the home of Mrs. Lawrence, 1103 Sixth Ave. S. _. _ 1 IllS, 1 GGH- NO MORE CLOTHES THAT LOOK SUNUWS WASHDAY USED TO HAUNT TOO- UNTIL SUNUSHTI GOSH, HOW I USED TO SLAVE TO GET SHIRT COLLARS AND CUfFS WHITE TO IQOStH. GROUND-IN DIRT RAVE ABOUT THIS NEW NO-SCRUB WAY TO GET CLOTHES WHITER, BRIGHTER, CLEANER-ALL OVER! From now on do jour -week's wash the easy way. Put a. touch of Sunlight on extra dirty wash the way you always do. Sunlight whips up into the deepest-cieaasing suds In no time at all you hzn'g dfct a wash that's whiter, brighter, sweeter. Your grimiest work clothes come spotlessly washable colors bright and fresh as new. Sunlight's extra soapiness is wonderful, too for extra fast dish- washing. Try Sunlight today. The big, economical cake lasts a long, long time! YOtTU. USE SUNLIGHT EVERYDAY FOB CLEAVING POTS PANS UNOIHJM WOODWOHC BATHROOMS FUKfflTURE ENAMH. pucoocr FOR A WASHING JOB. YOU CAN'T DO WITHOUT SUNLIGHT You'll be the belle of your crowd in this pretty graduation or party dress! Teen-ager, make it yourself: Paiteni 4925 is simple sewing! Shoulaer ruffles for extra glamor. Pattern 4925 comes in Teen-age sizes 10. 12, 14, 16. Size 12 frock 2'.2 yards 39-inch fabric. Send 20 cents to the Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Dept, for each pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Print Your Name ana Address Plainly. To: The Lethbridge Herald. Pattern DepU, Lethbridge, Pattern 4925. Size Name Address BULL-HEADED o- f etls heary and you haren'tthe heart (or work cr pity TOUT kkintyi nay be out of order. An upjtt kidney condition (Eiy rejcJt in back- fheamilic pains, or dis- red thzt can rnalce life miserable. help jet your kidneys nwfcsng again toe Kidney Pirn. When kidney action your system is cleared of and excess aicids. YouTl feel bett and work better. Cct DwhTi Kidney Pffli Uday. 1 46 TO GIVE BETTER, FASTER SERVICE IN THE PACIFIC REGION Lever Brothers Limited Announce the establishment of their ALBERTA and BRITISH COLUMBIA HEADQUARTERS at 308 East Georgia Street Vancouver TO SERVE the people of the Pacific region with increased efficiency and dispatch, a Pacific Division office has been established by Lever Brothers Limited, at 308 East Georgia Street, Vancouver. Mr, J. E. Stinson is the Manager. Henceforward all matters pertaining to shipments and delivery, service to wholesalers and retailers, and all other means of providing on-the-grounu convenience and acces- sibility to the Alberta and British Columbia merchants and their customers will be expedited through this divisional headquarters. LEVER PRODUCTS RINSO SUNLIGHT LUX LIFEBUOY HEALTH SOAP LUX TOILET SOAP ________J NEWSPAPER! WSPAPLRI ;