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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEC THE LETHBEIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE For Europe's Needy Is Impressive Of the clothing iiss irss sertr J Kstioaai lasriaa aacl crayons to a close. Lutheran Seminar To Be Held, Edmonton Under Th Rev V nasior of Iznsaanuel EngiisJx Uiiberan enures, of Leinbncse, left Thursday to 1wrcir FX tend a. ssrmr.'.r for Lutheran pastors tjm-d. to be field at Concorde Allege.; I cens in revenue passenger esamlner', flown over Xiay. 1945. Ted Pans asj; ni: consist O- a se..es c.. a! Xcademv or Musif- Lon- cay, western Air iiew g.. Is in the cuy conducting revenue passenger nules May ittoss. Dr. Lloyd is prof es- I compared with a May. 1945 figure is also a 12.eft him after three months. Next. using the naose Brown, he married j a Mrs. Roeting on Aug. 15. 1936, but j Vancouver............ 62 Victoria...... 61 66 58 .84 .03 41 35 37 .06 32 40 .31 36 46 .07 43 Seven Degrees Fnst FISCHER (HNS) Seven degrees of frost were regis- tered here Thursday night. There was some wind and it is hoped the severe June frost was not damag- "sYNOPSIS: light frost occurred iin a few areas of the Edmonton, 53sewhere skies are cloudy. Although. Tem- peratures will remain below normal today thev wiJI be irarmer than vesterday's. Saturday temperatures should continue to climb to normal in the northern regions but remain a. little below normal m the south- ern regions. Forecast Lethbridge and Medicine Cloudy and a little irarmer this afternoon, otherwise clear. Widely scattered showers during the after- noon and evening with thunder- showers in the foothills and Cypress Hills. Southerly winds 15 miles an. DANCE AT THE TRIANON TONIGHT AND EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT MUSIC BY DOW'S RHYTHMERS JVianin jsros. cnape; on j.cuaua> i _. afternoon. Pastor Tf. J. Rassbach j leave Leihbndf- hotel a- 11 cffsc'Rted and man-.- fioral tributes i aja. returning at a pan. ana 8.30 -K-4HSAW. June trere received from" friends. Inter- j DJE.. and everyone is invitee to at- voters tnil have their firs; chance fjaeu- ,5-as in the family plot. Moun- I tend. There unU be sports vne 10 their atatude on the i view cemexrv." "Pallbearers kiddies, ball games, and in tne _ _ _ i T Ti-ilT ST. AUGCSTWS DIAMOXD JUBILEE PICNIC SATURDAY, JCXE 2S. 2 P.M. At the Experimental Farm. Leth- bndge. Children and adults are asked to be at the Church at 2 pjn.; C CJ" PICVIC MOVDAY latest. Parishioners having cars are "A_ J E Leisemer M-LuA- of Cal- recuested to assist in conveying the garv. is visiting Leibridge en Mon- children to and from the Farm. 1728 Day. to attend annual uicnic the C-C.S1. Leth- bnciate Constituency- Association being held ar Park Lake. A bus ml! Driving Lamps These smart lamps -will Improve the appearance of your car and add pleasure to your holiday Chrome finish S6.50 each Painted Cnisli 5t95 each SappUed Tsith eiicer clear or amber sealed beam -.mit. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE, an'd Auto WrecKers policies of the Soviet-supported pro- visional Surcay in a national "referendum dimaxing a period of political campaign- ing and violence. Approximately 11.000.000 men ace -soil be elisibie to so to in voting districts for tne iirs: t-TTg in 11 years and answer these three questions: 1. Do vou a one-house par- 2. Do you approve cf the acts of the provision! "regime nationalizing agrarian re- tain V1CW j John Kroch. Joseph Todd.! afternoon air. Leaseraer -snU address Si Simosoa. npson. Melvin. S. the gathering. A refreshment booth triil be in operation. PERUVIAN PINNACLE WESTERN' AIR FIGURES TCA mountains reach their riuring Mav contri- highek; altitude in Peru. huted to an increase of 71.02 per basic industries farm? 3. Do vou approve of the estab- lishinent'of Poland's Trestem fron- tiers on the Oder and Xeisse riv- ers? SEVEN DEGRE] HITS PINCHER A resolution urging: that the fed- eral government be asked to cancel all trarmne regulations of tenure respect to shared living ac- commodation isras auuroved by members of the Saskatchewan Ur- ban Municipalities Association. You'll enjoy our Orange Pekoe Blend Lethbridge. Stirling and Pmcher Creek all resorted June frost; on Thursday night, accorcing to the reoors for the Lethbridge .rail-srav division released by the 'C.P.B- orlice here. Pincher Creek the of the three places seven degrees of fross record- j ed. The mercury dropped to ling in Bain fell in subdivisions _-. and west of Lethbridge. Some rain readmes -srere as follows: Cnam- pion. 3; Stavely, .25; Kanton, one inch. Conditions over the subdivisions Sto the south and east -were clear, -with light -srest Trfnds and tem- peratures averaging 5O degrees above. A light Irosi Tras reportea as Stirling and .11 inch rain Davton. Lethbridge's official reading 01 degrees Thursday night is the coldest weather in June since 1943, Then thermometers dropped to reg- ister a. reading of 32JL degrees on the eighth day of that month. Previously a. freeing temperature recorded in June of 1939. FAVOR DAYLIGHT SAVING MCO3S JAW, Sask., June 28-J? Jaw citizens last zugnt the bylavr. The "time change -Kill go into effect July 14. after thi-a reading by city counciL ANOTHER TORNADO DEATH Ont., June The death toll from the disastrous tornado sirepi; the Windsor area June 17. mounted to 17 last John Nelson Jones died He Tvas suffering from oeep cuts to his shoulders, back aid chest. ST. AUGUSTIN'S DIAMOND JUBILEE PICNIC SATURDAY, JUNE 29 2 p.m. Experimental Farm Lethbridge Children and Adults are asked to be at the Church at 2 pja. latest. Parishioners having cars are requested to assist in con- veying: the children to and from the lno he married a Miss Boess in Montreal, and in Decem- repeated the procedure 'with a Mrs. Biercroft in Ouebec. Moving Roediser said he married a Philinoine Strasburger in Edmonton In 1937. He married Mrs. Galloway in Vancouver last March. Teg Scientist !s s. Low tonight ai Medicine Hat 40. at Lethbricge 70 75 at Medicine Hat. New Building For Raymond Bank As part of its program of renova- tion and expansion of bank prem- ises which had been held up by the war. the Bank of Montreal will, next Friday, open its new building ac Haymond. The new office on Broadwav, which has been under construction for some raotths, re- places the old building in woich the bank has had its quarters since 1907. Births French Weekly Ends Publication After Nine Years MONTREAL. June Charles Harvey, director and foun- der of Jjs Jour, last night an- nounced his -snaeiy-kno-Bm, French language weekly newspaper cease publication after tomorro'Hrs issue- Tile 54 year old, acid-penned critic of -syhat he calls "blgotted political and religious leaders." said that the journal win -write "301" to its nine-year, crusading career be- cause of lack of financial suoport. Le Jour, -which first appeared on the newsstands Sept. 15, 1937, -was a constant advocate of state-control- i led education, divorce courts for the province of Quebec and com- mon understandings between French and Canadians. Mr. and Mrs. J. E- Elder an- nounce the birth of a daughter. Valerie Anne, on June 23rd, at the Gait HosoitaL 1767 Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Orcutt of Coal- dais, announce the birth of a son. Barrel Lynn, on June 26th, at Gait Hospital. 1766 In Memoriam In. loving memory of Margaret M. Sollev, daughter of Major and Mrs. A. TL Smith of Scgina, Saskatche- wan, who was promoted to Glory, from Lethbridge, Alberta, June 28th, 1941. They sar- i-iae. Heals all sorrow And helos us to forget. But time, so far. has only proved How much we her yet. Fbndlv remembered by Dad, Mum and little Arthur. 1759 Highly Praised June Dr. Louis 3. Slotin. 35-year-old nuc- lear physicist of Winnipeg, was of- ficiallv "oraised today for his heroic and successful effons to save his fellow-workers when he was fatal- V burned in an atomic laboratory mishap at Los Alamos, N-M, last j Mav 21. Maj.-Gea. 'L. R. Groves, head of j the "Manhattan project" whic'i de- veloaed the atomic bomb, issued a i report in which he said Br- Slonn's lightning-Quick -presence of mind undoubtedly saved his seven scien- tist associates. Dr. Sloan was completing last- minute preDarations of fissionable materials associated with the Bikini atom experiment to which been assigned when the accident occurred. j When the slip of an instrument these ma'terials together Dr. Slotin interposed his body between the explosion and his seven assist- ants and ouickhr scattered the ma- terials to halt radiation. He died as a. result of esnosure to raoianon but not until he hkd gone before his fellow-scientists to pass along to them the knowledge which mignt have died with turn. "Investigation of the accident re- Teals that Dr. Slotins cool head and quick hand saved many lives, Gen. Groves said. H. JONG Estab. in Canada 27 years. Herb JUaiediM tot 'Koob'.e. GaE Blad- der. Piostaie Glaafl. SOsaf- 817A 1st St. Caltary. GAS BURNERS FOR COAL STOVES NorthLethbridge Hardware A minute MIRACLE National Leader Of C.C.F, Injured OTTATTA. M. J. Coldwell, C.CJF. national leader, was severely shaken np last sight when Ms automobQe in collision with a west- bound street car at the inter- section of Kent and "Wellington Streets in downtown Ottawa. Damage to the car was slight. RATION COUPONS INVALID OTTAWA, June Butter and meat coupons which became valid up to the end of May for civilians will become invalid after June 30, the prices board's ration administration told consumers today. These In- clude bntter coupons R-l to R-9 and meat coupons M-29 to M-39. All sugar coupons will remain valid nntQ further notice. STICKY SALIVA Birds use mouth secretions cement in making nests of inud, sticks, grass, hair and feathers. DISTRIBUTED BY MacDONALDS CONSOLIDATED LTD. LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA Creme-Set is make-up a minute-miracle for your hair! It tames stray -wisps lustre and a luminous sheep Creme-Set will coax curls back when your permanent is nearly grown out. SI .CO iJ-5O STOKES DRUG CO. LTD. Phone 2487 SUNWORTHY WALLPAPERS Beauty by the roll for every room of your house. SUPPORT VICTORY SAIXT AND RODEO JULY 4, 5, 6 Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 Deaths away on Wed- nesday, June 28th, Thomas, aged 58 years, beloved husband, of ilrs- Margaret Knight of 235-l4th St. yorth. Services win be held in Mar- tin Bros. Chapel on Saturday at 4 pjn., the Rev. B. Magowan offi- ciating- Interment in the Mountain. View Cemeterv No flowers by re- quest. Martin Bros-, directors of funeral service, i744t FUNERAL SERVICES Funeral services for the late Loo- Sai-Shu. who passed away in the city on Monday, June 24, were held- in Martm Bros." funeral home on Thursdav at 4 pjn., with interment taking olace in the Chinese ceme- tery here. _____ BREAK IX CHICAGO, June break in the jam which has Kept feed grains back in the country appear- ed developing in the western Unit- ed States today following the offer- ing of aiore than busnels of oats by country elevators in the last two days. Although, none of the grain is for immediate delivery, the fact that It is being offered in- dicaies, said grain men, that good prospects for the upcoming crop are weakening the tendency to hoard. SEEK REVENUE SHARE FROM MOTOR LICENSES I SASKATOON, June I katoon municipalities are seeking a I share of revenues from motor license fees and the gasoline tas. Delegates to the 41st annual con- I Tection of the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association have [approved a resolution asking that the provincial government pay to i municipalities a part of the license less and gasoline tax for all motor vehicles ia proportion to the num- ber of motor vehicles in eaca urban municipality. 3-Burner Monarch COAL OIL STOVES The supply is limited so suggest early shop- ping. HICK Hardware Co. Ltd. Phone 3762 PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repaiis to all makes of washers and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES SERVICE 317-8th St. S. Alf Calbonn Brnce Dnrfee il 11 ALL KINDS OF ROOFING The Stacey Lumber Co. Ltd. The Subway Lumber Ave. North Phone 3421 PHONE 4054 For prompt and efficient WASHER service Free estimates given at your home on all makes of You may have to use the old washer for some time yet so have it checked today. Genuine White wringer (Small) Genuine wringer (Balloon) Wfll fit almost any make of washer Beatty Washer Sales Service 409 FIFTH STREET S. I Ailiyp.'-'-. Directors ot FIMRAISERVICEI i Y PHONE 3561 m nw OR NIGHT CHAPEL CHRISTENSENBROS: PHONE 28O2 CYANOGAS KILLS ANTS M for a 4-ot tin with a pour-out span! Consult us .ibout your Insect extermination problems. Jackson Draffin The Fanuly Drug Store Phone 3364 Dr. Bob Jones says: "The two things I am most thankful for in mv life are the boosts and the I don't know which, has helped me most." WE SAY: Only one day left until the great District- wide Rally st Southminster Church and First Annual Picnic PARK LAKE on Monday, Dominion Day, JULY 1 Under Ausoices of Lethbridge Constituency C.C.F. SPORTS, BALL. GAMES Speaker in afternoon Mr. A. J. E. Leisemer, M.L.A, C.C.F. Member from Calgary REFRESHMENT BOOTH ON' GROUNDS Leaves Lethbridge Hotel 11 a.m. Returning In the ereninr at 5 njm. and pjn. Two Beautiful 1947 Cars Kaiser Frazer PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW OPPEL MOTORS 7th Street and 2nd Avenue S., Lethbridge Only blue in the PREVENTS CLOTHES TURNING YELLOW! Frequent washings clothes yellow onlesi BLUE is added. And there is only one way to add that all important the final rinse on wash day. The'clothes must be Blued after the washing is done. A swish or two of Reckitt's in the final rinse only takes a moment, only costs a cent or two a month, but it as- sures lasting whiteness to all your white things. KB-CJR RECKITTS BLUE PREVENTS CLOTHES TURNING YELLOW ;