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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE MILADI WOMEN AJROUXD THE WOULD RIVER BOTTOM HAS SANTA In an effort to relieve an acute shortage of nursing, he-p, the He- There's a summertime living at Under The Bridge he's DRUGGISTS MEET Lethbridge and District a. bachelor he has a great law fondness for chliCren anc. Medicine Hat. Retail at the j BUNDLES FCK EUROPE Disease Invades Poultry Flocks disease affecting young poul- pay cf has a Delightful and pracu- Phone 4040 hsCf -Bill be given" im- csl tray of demonstrating ius i meciately for all i eight-hour cay. The beyond as. COKNTCOPIA Ss garden hss bees A job nteed; 4n encless harCe bag fry- weed; i and Mrs TV. Saskatoon. an i visitors, gussts at the I f i July I st the Ver ?k trill open .on School of Agriculture and the programme will consist of lectures, demsnscratioiis on foods, handicrafts, hotne can- anQ !m there many girls and boys and treated then: to a real picnic tables being laden with watermelons, oranges, doughnuts, peanuts anc. roils- Sat as for regress, Se hasn't one all Ae Sis ias done! Personals... hrotner. Xr tseekend visitors ir. tne r. Formation of a Canadian 'Worn- _____ press Personnel Bureau. en route ro Dublishers. ecztprs anc. i to SDoksre, Wish business "organisations in their s search for Tsntins talent, was sug- nt. Toronto. Ca- affecuon for them. Recent- ly in his park-like grounds On a specially built one 2ad "contributed accardi- an selections -while the re- sast was being enjoyed- Races were a feature anc ver com prizes -a ere by the fairy god-father who then addressed the Catherine reminding them cf Goc's love for liule children. dscussion was pHarajaey and plans ior MI- committee for the destitute of torv is crowded with'. of tiie drug trace. Mr. j Europe. CoUected from all branches specimens of- tne disease and in- rangement. displays and merchan- j rciuee for shipment to eastern dis- lose their appetites. They recom- dismg methods. j trlbuung centres. It is the second j mend use of medicated "niash in j time itithin a year that such a controlling the ailment. TO MAKK ANNIVERSARY collection has been made by the ___----------------------- At a raeKins: of ifae Ixjthbridge j depaitnieat. GKEVT FALLS VISIT J.-.- e Xnrsing Division, John 4-' Beard of Trade council Tuesday, i _____ ihe 25th anriH-ersary of the i UTAH IRRIGATION SCHEME ii-as unde- discussion with the trade i Former Utah residents in Soutli- Brvant.! em Alberta will be interested in .---------------------tbat j lecsived a. request for support of a central Utah reclamation UrirjoinrTne as head, word from WashingTon. EJ.C, tl ;ofa oorriuttee to niake plans for ManLreceiUy nrn; i celescaaon of the evest. ______ Board of Trade to visit Great Mont, for the goodwill exchange Tisit be- the local Board of Trade Gzeat Falls Chamber of Robins Reports Kiwanis Meet At Atlantic City DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT and every Wednesday and Saturday Night MUSIC BY DOW'S RHYTHMERS project. The scheme includes a dani. canals and power plants and would doable the irrigated area of the state. MAJOR ROSE RETURNS Major w. G. O. Rose of Medicine Weather Montreal.......... Toronto.....- Winnipeg Brandon attending the weekly luncheon Tuesday at the Marquis. hotel heard Secretarj- Fred of the club and a delegate to the June 9-13 convention m Atlantic -i-jc-s- Hat. lady Rodney. his home today, AVedensday. Citv of Kiwanis laternational reaor; that; gathering of in the Swift, Current Medicine Hat Ijerhbndge PRODUCTIOX TRAVEL the same i Tie -irst postwar year and re- lased travel restrictions 63 64 64 .01 .13 .03 ss repatriated on the famous Board'sralk city. Retiring Is expected to reach International Vice-president Dr. J. _, KT Bigelow was also present the conventioa but proceeded west aacou-.-er u> Vancouver after returning from! Victoria the east. Forecast: In his report, ilr. Robins, who was j in trie .south- S9 SS 13 76 74 65 63 65 71 65 TO 72 57 50 42 43 43 4S 43 44 47 40 49 50 46 13 Wedding Photographs A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENT3E SOUTH Commerce, and Hon. Clinton Ander- KAIN IN" SO3IE AREAS proxiniately 40 cars a day. We feature Fine Furniture ihe cit" "today. Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. L. C. Peters of Van- fomieriv of Siiff. who are visions their causiter. ilrs. Frank at Picnire Butte. were Ijeiihndge Tutors Tuesday. visions id the city, the guest, her rdbiher. Mrs. George Gunni at Tuoar Manor. h or Kelowna. Mr. F.O.E. wiU hold their regular Tsee..- "will in Se- 3ir. and Mrs. Ancre- George an- j nounce the mamase of then- tauga- j ter Helen, to WUUam James Tay- j lo-. son of Mrs. A. Taylor and the i saters E. Hohnes_and F. Today's Reflection in the club rooms on Th-orsday.; QJPJL release for Wed- 27. st_8 are morning notes precipitatiori cf inch at DeWintoa." and a light saower at Arrowwood. Shaun- avon recorded .4 inch rain. South and east tae veather was partly cloacy with light southwest winds J away in Cal- an abundance i with temperature averaging local stores fci- grees above. "West and no: in the bana Engagements i Announced lii d.p-ii. "A'nursosy. Low to- Showers afternoon with thun- Hills ______________________________ 3i_p.h. great New Jersey'sSte Fair featur- shifting to northerly lo m.pi- taSnmenc made up the program for the delegates. Outstanding in the entertainment program was the dershowers in the Cypress area. Westerly winds la 60 de- j gary on June 25th, Miss Mary Ann j jjjg Jiorss races" on the stage and' Thursday afternoon. Uow HHiighc 45. it fMinnie) Thomson, agsd 70 j'ears. j midway attractions all within the! Eigh Thursday 70. ij j. i air i j 3 S23 Burglars were active In rhe_city ajutchmor Re- j the OGe i J2fl in. the Moun- i adjaceni; ballroom another It costs. i STIHISCG. Mrs. C. H. Cnristensen announce the engasemeL. __ i daughter, Barbara. Jean, to Mr. sen win reside at Moore Skinner of Spanish Fork. Utah- Toe raamage wiU tske place EI the Alberta Temple nenc o. offciate. Mrs. Mary Malakoff of Leth- The First United Church W.M-S. will hold tneir regular meenng a toe hall on Thursday, J-one 27, at SCALP POMADE The Victory Clua will hold a sew- meenng at; the home of Mrs. W. Aisken, "E" Hull blocfc. Thursday When Arfificial Light TIRES EYES Martia Bros., i contains the world's largest organ: service 1718 lts self-contained garage has 1_ i space for a thousand cars. There "Passed awav on are hotels in Atlantic City most T- of them nn the Boardwalk few that "wo-d because it is so '-hiSau- Bucklsy, who- operates a farm, rin" for such a disEUStrag iiabit.) for Gum May. a Cnmsse. south o, v Unwrapped garnage is another Rstlaw, a sample of spring wheas _. cause V" untidy streets because K which indicate taat Betlaw often escaDes from the garbage ans. is not in -he dry belt this year. often escapes with the breezes I-ttie co-oper aid of cats or dogs and Sown on May 7 on strip sununer- and housewives can do a fallow, the wheat stands 33 inches -operation in this regard, high, is fully headed, with well- Ths'citv belongs to us, help to keep" it clesn. HOSPITAL Miss Miriam Turner, who tdder- high, is fully headed, with well formed heads which give proinise of a high yield if the necessary rays come ia. the filling season. J.z is Canus bearded wheat and is stooled. Andrew, aged husband of Thompson of Barens. Services s in Martm Bros. Chapel of them on the Boardwalk few than the Pailiser in Calgary. York City. on Thursday at 2 pjn., Pastor W., J. officiating. Interment in the family plot. Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros, directors of funeral directors. 1719 Announcements j to her home. s Mrs- T. H. Emmeison is a patient in Gal; hospitai- Irair line growi thin at iBe temples or crown iiif Ogirrie Sisters Scarp Pomade the pomade special lubricating strength! tigM or Doric SI -00 S1-50 Kffh St. S. Phone 2487 ______________________ "RELIEVE THEM WITH MURINE Two drops each eye vill prontpdy comfort aod sootfie busy eyes mai feel the strain of working tinder artificial light. Marine oricznaxsti isy to bring safe, gentle, sooiinp ease 10 eves thai are OTertired and irrigated. Ask your druggist for it every day. RECEIVES CERTIFICATE At the annual meeting of the In- stitute of Chartered Accountants of i Alberta, held in Edmonton at the week-end, "W. X. Tanner of Lsth.- bricge, was among those presented DIES AT KEHBERLEST Resident of the Simberley, B.C.. district for 20 years. Mrs. Sarah Clamcoates. 70. passed away in hospital there recently. She is sur- vived by rwo sons as jsJmberley, James and Thomas and a daugh- ter. of Lethhndge. J. M, Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Phone 3857 Lethbridg? witii certificates Premier EL C. and awards DE- D. A. DEM'iST Phone 2497. CNot yet listed in 1784 For _____ ____ Free! of Calgary was Sued and costs. Carl Sorokoski -was convicted of assaulting a police oSlcer. The masiSErate pointed, out that the charge was a very serious one bus in view of circumstances of the case he assessed a nominal of S5 and CQSI3. Convicted of being in Improper possession of liquor, Edison Cooper of Lethhndge was fined and costs bv Magistrate A. Beaumont, X.C. For being mtosicated, Wil- _, j liam Edward Bcrsas, a soldier, was Pleading guilty to assault causing ojid. bodilv harm to Anton "Wolsz in the In Police Court residence of Era Thompson. Cynl WHIST DSTVS ANT5 DANCE In the ISagles" Hafl TOlSilGHT. Cards Dancing 10 pjn. 151511 OFFTCERS RETIRED The following South Alberta of- Scers were retired from the Cana-1 dian army last week at I4rar. M. A- Miller, C, Medicine Sat; lieut. M. G. Patron, Coal-. hurst- Tjeut.-CoL A. r.v.w... Medicine Hat: IJsut.-i CoL A. MacPherson, s.C-3Jai.C., i FROM THE DESK PAD OF A WISE MAN 'MEMOEANDCM- [THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY GENUINE HALF-PRICE SALE TWEED COATS Imported and Domestic Tweeds, including; Harris Tweeds and Manx Tweeds. Sizes 12 to 18, and Women's Coats, sizes All Celanese and Satin lined. Could This Be My Boy? Father died EuddenlT, I had to leave school and go to work. Could not go to university as we planned. I wisri Dad had known niore about life Assurance. Piioae or write SUN LIFE of CANADA COLIN HEDDERICK 106 McFarland Lethbridge Phone 3515; Res- 2196 WE ARE FEATURING Two and Three-Piece CARVING SETS and KITCHEN KNIVES AND FORKS Make plans now to the big Lethbridge Rodeo HICK Hardware Co. Ltd. Phone 3762 GAS BURNERS FOR COAL STOVES NorthLethbridge Hardware 50C COUPON HALO SHAMPOO To Introduce VETO 3QQ New Colgate CREAM DEODORANT Jackson Xhe Family Drng Store Phone 3364 REGULAR FOR 12 .50 REGULAR FOR 17 .50 REGULAR FOR 14 .75 REGULAR FOR PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all makes of and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES SERVICE 317-8tfa Si, S. All Calhonn Brnce Dfirfee 19 .75 VICTOR RYLANDS COMPANY CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET S. The Xevrcst Victor Releases are always avaHable at BROWNS "Your Record Centre' TWO ONLY SUGAR BEET TRAILERS Our usual Seavy construction; fully guaranteed. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers CHRISTENSENBROi PHONE 28O2 WOOLCRAFT JUST ARRIVED Very Light Weight 4-Ply Fingering Suitable for diamond socks. Shades: grey, -wine, coco brown, red, white, black, navy, beige, flame, aqua, shrimp, med. green, light green, light blue, med. blue, electric blue, rust and pink. Per ounce Ont-oJT-town customers please note: Ko C.OJX orders. Allow Ic per oz. extra for Tnaning. Jfe exchanges or returns. THANK TOTJ. 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, July 4th. RETAIL MERCHANTS Be Among the first to place your order for a _ NEW 1947 KAISER FRAZER MOTOR CAR OPPEL MOTORS 7th Si- and 2nd Ave. S. ;