Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SEC THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1946 RAYMOND GIRL HAS RINGSIDE SEAT FOR ATOMIC BOMB TEST By C J.S. f f SOUTHERN Alberta girl -rha; made good m the city, ia the nmwng has hac. the top assignment fset. she or so i Weather shty ex- '-e Bikini >n the 3isr- i o'be and her.etory is i -o of the as toe- Yori Cry. official of the States Arsri Jtorce, she has done IT; the March-April 55-; Porce" Charlo-e has "Sfess Hehesrsai for Drones" rr-d secern: of her Montreal............. S3 Toronto S7 TOute stiver.......... S3 Winnipeg ___........ 69 Brandon K Vancouver............ 60 Victoria............ 57 Swift Ciirrens 67 liiecaone Hat.......--- Ti Lethbridge....... j Edmonton........ .Regisa (Saskatoon........ Svnoosis: A low pressure ;ivig "overcast skies and rain in 70 60 .43 55 50 52 23., 40 26 4S 35 41 .04 48 47 .OS 3S Under The Bridge 59 YEAKS Congratulations are beicg ex- ter-cec to ilr. anc Mrs. George of Parkland nbo are locay celebratine ite SStli snniversary of Thev came- to Csc- and at NAMED PRESIDENT Russ. forsser plant sapermtesdenr of Alberta Govern- ment Telephones, cow dsstnct plant superintendent at Calgarj, has been Evans is the isthbndge, Medicine Hat anc. (Shorthorn cattle. Sislf; Current reciocs has rapicJy "dlong the Cana- dian border anc lies in the vicinity of scsitirsrestem Manitoba. This system has had little eftect on the north of the Red Dear- Xorth Battleiord line -ahere .ssies are nearly c.ear this morning. Light i frost TSTCS reported in the Wbite- court area again last Another loa- pressure ares is in; to'srards the 3 C. coast and -anil gne overcast skies and iKore rain to the southern regions agasn csv and Monday. Forecast: and Medi- Herald Engr CHARLOTTE KNIGHT NORTH SIDE POOL for construction of the sviiaEun; pool planned the for the east of W estminster school on the north side, were received at the rtty hill on Friday afternoon. The Leihbrsdge lions Clnb con- tribute substantiallj to the cost of Tender> be opened at an early meeting of the council and the contract let. PENSIONS SOC1ETT cine ram south BrooSs Rein besinning again; Intermit "Jse Old Age Pensions Society :I oe startec by aty employees and wiU co a siorv for her magazine on the s'omic bomb ex- i CEMENT SHORTAGE Charlotte Snight "While in Salt Lake, her oid imi-, struck the oil industrv. Oil treU fnencs feted her, hsr cementing corcpanes "are having n HarjsoBC these oresenr ____ THE EOAD TO BIKINI After a hapoy itCe visit -Kith her s-other in Salt Lake, CharJo-te pro- rjecial -srork for the Unitec, States the -arorld upon HOLIDAT FQK MOfEKS FWd Pan I Oncers Issued by Major L. S. Tarcoue, OSicer Commanding iFtor cnousg July 6, Parades: 1- Monday, July i. being a holi- day, no parade vnOl be held. 2. Sergeants' naess meeting trail be held on Tuesday, July 2. AU The miners of she Chester mine j sergeants are requested to make a here recently voted for a two special effort to attend this meet- holiday starting Julv 1. This means in order to njeeL the new corn- that the asxae -Rill closed until manders of the and 39th Bat- July 15. XKW TELEPHONES -inauguration of aa A.C.T. long t'jstacce telenixee service to the Peace River block vnll take place officiallv Suaoay evening Acting Mayor R. J. Kitson -anil psrncipaie, with civic aushoniies m Peace River. Announcements DS. D. A. RYLAXDS DSNTIST Phone 2497. OJot yes listed in bcokJ. 1784 The Christian Supplies Book Shop located in Hoom 2 of the McKenzie Electric builcing. is an inter-de- nominational enterprise featuring Bitees, mottoes, gifts and Sunday- School supphes A new shipment; of "The Old Fashioned Kevival Hour Quartet" Becords has just arrived. The public is invited to call in and this shop. A conial welcome snd courteous service straits you. 178S Announcement H. Walker, formerly of Ringland, Walker and Meredith Ltd., Announces the formation of His Own Company to deal in Government and Municipal Corporation Securities Listed and Unlisted Stocks the name -A J. H. WALKER COMPANY Telephone of Nora Scotia BnQdisg- Lethbridge BUILDING? Order SAND AND GRAVE Now! Phone 36 10 For courteous and prompt delivery No order too large or too small. For long-lasting eoncerete use only the best Lethbridge Sand and Gravel Co. T. O.SUIJJVAN, Prop. In Memoriam In lovmg memory of George Gray, passed July 1. 1S40. For- FORMER LETHBRIDGE WOMAN MENTIONED is growta and A menber of the Oak- land club, he me; nuiabers i ever bv mother and his of' brother. Gordie. 1S11 in o: local Sirs Nors Peck, daughter Sir. arc Mrs. Smes; Brewer, of 701 Pif A Avenue S., Lethbncge, i figured lass week in the mciies; into the murder of Claude Fred- erick "Winnipeg railaray- m rise city Moreland "or to leave tne Lions temsaonal convention July 16-20. He will be by Mrs- be cnargec with, the murder, Wm- nfnec: advicsE state. According to police had nuarelled violently -sith Salis- "aury cunns the course of a party in his suits. Present a; the party also were Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Coorcbss of Port William. E. C. McLean of the S.CJLF. and Mrs. Xora Fecfe. The latter was employ- ed for a short time bv Motor Car Supaly Co. m Lethbnfige over a ago Her husband, it is said, was killed overseas during the war. Her present are noc here. Evidence at the inquest indicated taas Mrs. objected to roagh language being used a; the party so Mr. McLean escorted her back to the Soyai Alexandra hotel around 9 With them Mr. and Miss McLean came to the hotel AKETTE OX AQCTTAXIA Ten ssnbcrs cf the Canadian Armv docked in aboard the Aauf-ama oa June 2S. Among the number were L--Sgt. R, K. Berg, Claresholrc, and_Pte. J. A. Ikli- boirorij Medicine xiat. SADDLE CLUB The secaon of the Letfcbridge Saddle Club taMng parz m the mdsical ride exercises are requested to note that there will be two prac- tices at the training ring tomorrow. Sunday. Drills wui basin at 2-00 Deaths airay on Friday, June 28th. "William, ag'ed 74 years, beloved father of Mrs. W. Williamson of Grsnum. Services be held in the Christian He- form Church, Granurn, on Tuesday, at 2 p.m, the Hev. H. "Wildschut of- Scianrg. Interraent -in the local plot. Martin Bros., directors of fun- eral service. 1810 OLDEST PARLIAMENT Ths. oldest parliamentary body in the -world is said to be the Ice- landic Althing, which been go- ing more than years. teries. 3. Thursday. July 4. being a holi- day, no parade will be held. Special Note A camp for personnel Inter- ested !n will be held at Sarcee Camp. July 14 TO July 25.