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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1946 MILADI Phone 4040 YITTHOrT A DAD hor.er-ng their nee Eielys tne onde recent been lifle bov without s, dad. can "still be gay and That ins blood is warm in you. Sneaks in everything you That for all the jears to be He gave his Me to asse you free.. S-. Stevenson, who has the w-> CLOSE Xt-KSEKY TlilS S V f nursery established here by the Indies Organization for v Improieinent %for ine v convenience of English -aer v nas beea ciscontsna- v, ed for the present. Verj few of the onc.es took v or the gesture to place their childrei there althoagn a v' competent superior -a as in v charge of thr nursery v in the Htd Cress rood If a sufficient ce- 5 A mand for the nursery arises in the fail, i; be re- opened as a convergence to the war br.MS to them an cpportuuty to na-.e v Reflection is takes money to cress fashion- ablv bus it takes intelligence to 3CJV DUi IBMS> dress suitably. Today many of the IGUT SCHOOL extreme seen in magazines are both ridiculous and bizarre ands annual publication are created by designers to mase i lx-c Under The Bridge at the Taber Trorkings and at Grassy Lake. MINERS PLAN ONE-DAY WORK STOPPAGE FOR WEDNESDAY Nearly 500 miners in the Lctii- bricige coal Held will stage a one- day stoppage of urork Wednesday with other United Mine Workers of America members in Aioerta "xc. a vigorous protest against tiie ad- of the Alberta Work- men's compensation Announcing taat the stoppage of "is definitely on unless our union headquarters direct us to do otherwise." Secretary Clem Pirocfc of the sub-district of the miners" union told The Herald B.B. JuVid be- Canata. SK MISS Jean free Montreal Toronto........ Winnipeg...... "Vancouver...... Victoria r% Personals... vS Sc Stonho-e. Miss Doromv son c: SEEK DOXATIOX At the meeting Sunday of the execume of the Tuberculo- groorn was reeved by members of 1 setting up a program for the X-rav cajgarv uo-P" have to J ing of all pa'ients adnrsttea to tbe afternoon. Clear tonight and w- 85 87 57 59 70 64 67 53 55 63 49 51 45 45 44 46 Reports Given At Meet Reports bv President Cleve Bill on the recent sessions of Highway I? ,-Xt 87 Association in Demer and the i Of ifoe points in Outarto. pjH 3ir. Mr. Donald "and I _------" I narrow mornmg. Continuing I Wednesday. Ug'ns variable w-nds- WilO j_ WU1GS .01 .61 .14 .03 .6i Oi Edmonton convention of the na- tionol Junior Chambers of Com- merce at -ahich he represented the ioca' branch were beard by Leth- bridge Jajcees at a supper meeting 1 Mrs, D Mr. and Mrs. J. J- Mclntyre of Colenmn nave been speamag a iew days in the city. a. Yates left the city i ITJ3 StitltlL-S .1 Jji5.atw i a i Frank Yores of Hardisty. wno j fe jionhern portion. Westerly winds Sfh i sufTered a fractured skull and other i becoming light variable COLSMAX- iHXS) Holy; rE? i wianes. -Ahen a steer he was ncir-g Wednesday. Low to- Mass., where he receiv Degree in Dr.'and Mrs. D. J- Mason of Kenora. Gnt., spent tne weekend -n. Lethbncge. Eav left the city Mon- dav nigh; for Toronto, where she Trill be" on the staff of the Royal Ontario Mussum for the summer months. Her Miss Frances Eav also left Monday evening to spend the summer as iluskoka, Mrs. J. vrolsMncrofs and Mrs. G. H. MHner entertained joindy at a ui ______ soa of Vancouver.B CHILDREN'S PHOTOS A.E. CROSS SON IHEBD AVEJfGE S. J Mclntj-re of Coleman. was nmt- esi marriage to Haymond Gera.d gcond -n officiatec The Caledonian !did IX HOSPITAL G. H- Dick 25 favorsblv following an operation Eoly Cross hospital, Cclgary. diuon. according to reports from the High hospital where he t _____ 2t i BANKERS HERE A. D. Golden from, the heao. office cOLSMAX. (HXS) in! wedding tooS place a tient in the Calgary pital. .._ is a General os- hos- lii her daughter.' United church, Vancouver. Batiircav bv plane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sm- be States." njerson, to Mr. Leonard SamSell- Activities Here The Young Auxiliary of Sc. Andrew's church will hole a picnic si Henderson lake on nesdav, June 26 at six o'clock, i- tb-> weather is unfavorable, please meet in the schoolroom of the church at the same time. Please brms your own sugar. Mrs Zook's and Mrs. Davie's t of St. Andrews Aia will meet Et the home of Mrs j 3-iTtn St. A North, Wed- attencuig returned tu s summer holidays visions her par- j ents here. i Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Campbell- have as then- house guest, taej latter-s sister. Mrs. C. R. Fryer, TirnD i arrived in the city a; the weekend from. Vancouver. Mrs. H. J. Flock. Mrs. A. Clarke. Miss Margaret Flock and Miss. Anne Kirby, were in Calgary at the t -weekend to attend the chocesan, i council meeting of the C.W.L. Mrs. j "VIT. A. Sobertson and smaU daugh- ter, Sharon, accompanied them i home and will spend a week in ihe i city, the gussis of parents, Mr. and Mrs. n. J. Flock- Engagements of "the Canacaan Bank of Commerce in Toronto, accompanied by C. WooHerton, rrom the superintend- ent's deoartment, of the bank in Calgarv." are making a. routine visit at tne 'branch of the bank here. SEW INCORPORATIONS Recent incorporations under the Companies 'Act, according to the Aloerta Gazette, include: Mountain View Pur Farms. Ltd.. Olds; Ener- son Motors. Ltd.. Lethbndge; John- son Farm ilachine Ltd., Leth- bndge, JT7L5T 8 iicoa-nn agricultural field cay Is plan- at the corner 01 Third Avenue and, Picture Butte ana -ron 15th Street South Monday evening, Monday, July 8 Many At Opening McGavin s Plant Streams of Lethbridge citizens attended the opening ceremonies at rn McGavin Bakeries' smar; new plant j __ ftnrt i asriLJii- is. High Wednesday 70. "Medicine with show- ers during the afternoon and thun- der-showers in the Cypress Hills ata Continuing cool Wednesday. winds 15 m.pjs- becoming ugh; variable tonight ena Weq- nescay. Low tonight, 45. High Wec- Eesday 70. _____ Deaths THOMPSON Passed away or. June 22nd, Ole Andrew, aged TJ rears, beloved husband of Mrs- Anna Thompson of Barons- Services wii! be heid in Martin Bros. Chapel on Thursday at 2 pjn. Pastor w. J Hossbach officiating. Interment in the family plot. Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros., directors of funeral service. 1683 Dncge jajcess as- a iuyyci r-eld m the Marquis hotel Monday I ei-ening. The local association will dis- continue its regular meetings dur- ing July and August. CONDITION SATISFACTORY General condition satisfactory is! the latest report from St. Michael's hospital reg'ardmg Harold Oland. who suffered a fracture to his left Saturday morning when a piece of concrete" fell on him from a nearby walL An operation was per- formed and the limb set in a cast Monday. VARIETIES More than varieties of wheat have "been identified in Australia. Tuesday that miners of this field would hold a mass meeting ana parade in the city curing the day's Tne meeting is scheduled for 11 ajn. in the Miners' Hail, and this is to be by a parace through the downtown area- Min- e's from Shsughenssy will be brought here by special bus to join in the meeting and parade. In staging the, stoppage of wori to support then- protests, miners in tne province, explained Mr. Pirock, are demanding that C. C. be removed as chairman of the Work- men's Compensation Board and also that labor have the right to replace Alfred Farmilo. its repre- sentative on the board, as he does not properly represent, labor." The complaint of miners against Mr. Cook being chairman Ss that nss onlv position can be regarced as thai serving the interests of tne emplovers of this province" It is expected Crow's Nest Pass miners will be off work Wednesday a mass meeting slateo. for NYLON DIP For -srashing all Sylon. Nylon Fabrics. No soap required- Cuts perspiration. 49C s-oi. Does over 50 washings. Jackson Draffin The FamUr Drus Store Phone 3364 Gillis, local We feature Fine Furniture Jldren Carman Chnstensen, daugn- w of Mrs. Wilfred- Welsh of Lund- )reck and the late Mr. Peter Christy ensen of Carstaus. to Richard Arthur Beddon of Calgary. The marriage -Kili take place June 25 at Jrescent Heights United church, 3algary. Marriage Announced... The marriage took olace at Cnnst church, Calgary, June 19 of Ship alloy! Here's your Great liesmer, welcoming you to a refreshing, exhilarating cruise oa your EasU Morris, nesdav, at 2.30 The pvthian Sisters -will hold a sewing- tea at the home of Mrs. J. Firth. 521-15ta St. S.. Wednesday evening: June 26th, at 8 o'clock. Hostesses will be Sisters Doram, "jfoung and Firtii- The Margaret Hartley Pssc Pres- idents' Cluo will hold their social evening at Sister A. IvEron's home on Wednesday after an afternoon at _ _ DR.CHASES Paradol MiitUCXJ t Ollpi Paa W hay making equipment will oe lea- rored with demonstrations of the Jajhawk type of sweep stacker, tractor mounted sweeps and tne pickuo nay bailer being given. ha-ve the opportunity w see these machines in operation field conditions. WOMEN ABOUND THE WOK1D sisted by George A. manager of Quantities eriags combined their beauty -witn that of the up-to-date setting which was ablaze with fluorescent lights j while staff members conducted tours throughouc the building dur- ing the evening, explaining in de- TQ, OPEN TABER OFFICE rail the various functions of the Southern Alberta Coal Com- modem machinery with which, the tianv, representing Dutton Bros.. plan; is who" are operating the strip mine at On behalf of the city, Mr. Kltson Grassv Lske, and the Manmx corn- commended the Company for the pany which is_ poeraung the stop confidence ic has expressed m the mine north or the nve. at laoer. citr bv investing such a large sum in "the beautiful new building and equiament saying is represents the latest word" in modem oaking methods and comprises one of the most important industries. He referred to the 40 employees and Passed away in th" citv on June 24th, Loo-Sai-Sbu, 68 years, tf this city. Services will be held in Martin Bros. Chapel o- Thursdav at 4 p-m. Inieruicnl Chinese" Cemetery. Martin Bros., j directors of funeral sen-ices. 1684 Passed away at Picturel Butte on June 24th, Mrs. Hats-ana i 4dachl. aged 56 years. Services will be held in the Temple at Picture Butte on Wednesday at 1 pjn-. fol- lowing which the remains wfll oe fo'Trarded to Calgary for Bros., directors of funeral service. The first wedding to be- solemn- ized aboard H-M-C.S. Wamor, Can- ada's aircraft carrier, was held in the snip's chapel Saturoay. Petty Officer Eilen OlansOn, of CM Wives -was married to WT. Hichard C. Bnston, Victoria, B.C. Buckinghamshire housewives have decided to protest to the king against proposed food cuts and bread rationing. Other villages m South BuckmEhamsMre are organiz- ing leagues of housewives and peti- tions are being displayed in village shops. A war veteran who Jougno in France fainted at his own treddmg Saturdav az Pittsburgh. The bnde- also said the plant is tile last word in cleanliness and is equipped 10 handle an increased business whicn can be anticipated in the progress novir being macs in Lethfaridge. Faith in City Congratulating the bakery on be- half of toe Lethbridge Board of Trade, Charles Bryant spoke of the industrial development in the city and complimented McGavin's on being an" enterprising firm. Their expansion program stows faith in the city and and is a credit to Lethnridge. Mr. Gillis. manager of the bakery, said the company coBsidered it a Drrnlege to bake and sell bread tc the peoole of Western Canada anc that they accented the privilege and felt it a dutv to do i; well. Throug'" JI1K tU- VJ- s opening an office at Taber Some oSCOO tons of coal have been taken from the Grassy Lake aaine ana at the Taber mine Is just resuming. It is expected that 3QOC 000 ton! of coal will be shipped from the two mines this year. Sev- men will likely be em- Cool, stsicrcons decks ds saals all the fTinni of aaoceeavoysgs! Tele a Greet Laies excise for deisghSfol interlude ia yooi tap East! SAILINGS TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS FROM FORT WILLIAM Full jnfonnaUon from your local Canadian Pacific agent. Prompt, Efficient WATCH REPAIRS Our enlarged staff of expert watchmakers are at your service. Most work can tie completed in only three days. Satisfaction guaranteed. Bring your watch or clock in today. Wh Jewellers Son Kresge BIdg. ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 104 McFAKLAND BLDG. Cards Of Thanks HAVING sold our greenhouse and retired to the coast, we wish to ex- press our thanks for your favors in the past and well wishes for our j future. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fowler. 160 To Enable Our Staff to Enjoy A Well-earned Holiday PERLUX CLEANERS .fin Fifth St. S. WILL BE CLOSED JULY 1st TO 15th But for the convenience if our customers, our doors will remain open. foresight and faith in the four western provinces the company now operates' nine plants situated w. Brandon, Regina, Saskatoon, Ed- monton. Calgary, Vancouver, Vic- toria, Nanauao and Lethbnage, ex- panding from a small Degmmng 33 vears ago -nhen the first basery was started by McGavin Bros, be- hind a little cafe in Edmonton Sneaking of the quality of the bread they bake he said, "It is good to the last crumb Let's not waste a crumb so those less fortunate in the; starving countries may Following an msoecrion plant ana viewing oisolays of the finished products as well as the in- gredients wmcn so into them, visio- 0-3 were presented with a sample ioo.i of McGavm's bread and souvenir pencil- In. order to Airs. Marjory Lewis of wishes to thank her friends for the many acts of kindness extended to her "and to the local Alberta Fann- ers Union for the sum of a benefit to her husband. Ronald a patient in the Taber Hos- Announcemen ts DR. D. A. RYLAZSDS DEN JCIS'i1 Phone 2497. (Kot yet listed in 1784 Meetings commodate the large number of people who wish to see through the splendid nlw structure and view the excellent equipment, tours have been arranged for eacn evening this week from to 10-30 p-m. Eagles to Meet The Fraternal Order of Eagles_ will ac- hold a special meeting on rxiday. CANADIAN LEGION General Meeting "Win be held in the CLUB WED. JUNE 26TH June 23, "at 8-15 pjn. All members are asked to attend. Photographs Will Tell the Story! Keep a persaanent record of the dif- ferent stages in the life of your child through the medium of Clarke photos. Pleasant memories will be revived in the years ahead. Clarke Studio Downstairs, MacFarland Bldg. Phone 2010 The Loval Order of Moose, No. 792. will hold their regular meeting Tuesdav, June 25th, in the Cana- dian Legion at 8 pjn. sharp. All brothers are asked to be present. YOU NEED MORE LIVER BILE ScJWKt A DEODORANT OF DOUBLE ACT40N tint We Wp faodarijPtiri natural luafct- We Honoring the Veterans of the 2nd Great War and enabling them, their families and friends, to attend the Rodeo being staged for their enter- tainment. The Retail Merchants of the City of Lethbridge will close their stores at p.m. Thursday, July4tRETAIL MERCHANTS fealfli ieoe jo" HTH f el needed tale wilh puTtn Camdi's laisesl firer UbfeU. Mwlef fnfc tai fcofa. fRUIHIIVES LIVER TABLETS HOLIDAY With a car that is trouble free. BS give your car a. check- orer to free yon of car troubles while on that holiday. MECHANICS SALES Ltd. PLASTERER SUPPLIES We have good stocks of plastering materials in: Hardwall Plaster. Finish Piaster. Hydrated Lime. Perfect Putty Coat lame. Zonolite aggregate. Metal Corner Bead. Plaster stocks are always fresh. You are assured of satisfaction when your plaster supplies come from the Atlas. ATLAS LUMBER Co. Ltd. 1602 SrtE Are. South. HELPS PREVENT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AND ODOR WITHOUT IRRITATING THE SKIN ARKID gives you double protection. It protects you fron perspiration odor, and helps protect your clothes ftoa perspira- tion spots. Anid is an odor1 ess deodorant, with the fine texture of a. beauty creaai- It vanishes immediate results. VTith Amd, you are absolutely can enjoy yourself -Rhcrevstyoti regardless of tne -weather. Protect your ar.d charm with Arrid. Surt using it today. It is very economical. ARRID Selling Deodorant CHRISTENSENROS: PHONE 28O2 Be Among the first to place your order for a NEW 1947 FRAZER MOTOR CAR OPPEL MOTORS 7th St. and 2nd Ave. S. Ixithbridse ;