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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY. MAY 1.1946 local LODE. Chapters Aid Save Children Fund and Cancer Drive Repons tnsa. I.OJ3JE. chapters! Members co-operate fully la here for April reveal merobecs of I canvassing for the cancer the organization working on behalf i ship drive. Of tiie "Save tie Children Fund's Mrs. J. ajso co-operatisg with the Can- I a very compreheasiie report on the Control drive. Plans are being: provincial aTvr.iai meeting held in for Xcpper Xaraival to be Edmonton cream suppled br tise Crystal f WJll and also a toy plane donatea by Mr. j UU McCrea oi the Great West Paper J the ladies e raeaabers. or c beM la Jane. Tfee vanous All fcaby and heard reports of the amttsl hand w be sen: -.0 t oa tee prona- ptonrLCial meeting in Sdrconton and cia! depct to be included as an Mis. K. i. Mtirrs-. reseni of Sir immediate shipment to be Alexander Gal; chaarer. be to the needy, cestiisiie children o- the represeniaure a; the i Europe. Measbers were, urgently re- MHftTwi' ixms. meedns in TVra- Bested to couo-e tfcar eSorts -a tsiaes is Mav. knitting lor a future conation. are the Jnavidua! re- The regenr isras askea to repre- hSebeea received: {seat the chapter a; the national Alexander GaSt I convention in May. j pectec. a? sseetin; cf J Jane Mtsarrv Chapter Aad danger lies Trhere not cS chsoterlO. lie regiiar monthly meeang of ed. tie MfiOTnss of the Jane Megan? I.OJXS. v on Thiirsdav. Teas held tne Gas company aaci- In the _ entertained by games and singing being enjoyed, finished oS by dancing to the music of Mr. Hew and Stan War- ren. The prizes sere donated cy the unit and a happy e'.emng was brought to a, close with refresh- ments. Rolled "Carry the Fight" comes peoted. -ahere least ex- TSie r Mother Saar Gas sss? NEW YORK. Mar _. Keawwelght champion Joe declared Tuesday he intends to carrv the fight to Billy Coca "all the in their Tsar-postponed re- turn bout June 19 at Yankee Stad- ium. Arriving here from Indiana to I begin serious training for the aid for the chapter's adopted school j pogi. Anvsray. it Tvas Harcievdle. I; vas moved that j to- sach'a small per; .......__ a Soag way v sach'a small person as Old -o-t-s-in for tne j the purchase a volieycaU. jj.. one coalent vrali MSems read cy! and for the schooL or tat mus-. hop aU the way- -qonrT cards and 3sg folders be j Ee to often to Of hsccen swe -nbuted ra the school. Ihe annuai One canno; keep hoppmg bridge held'. essar contest as the St. Paul's In- one can or even run- T. Svans i cmn school iras discussed. jjiag. TTnea he stoppec CeS Palfrey. I It -aras raoved that a fartaer surn A donstion tras the chsp- j this meeting, s. box o: toys TKS t He felt quite sate men. c-'-ze- 1 gathered up for the isolation acs- CAH.A. WiD Handle Transfers ___M3V 1.- MieidietQB. S Association, said the masters the y one -of feior extra dollars bv selling tickets to the series in Toronto at pnces far beyond the regular ad- mission fee. Derby Trials Run is the contralie dias players to can leasues. He expected a tremendous _ crease in the demand for Caaadia: May Ripper moved to on the glamor boys of Saturday's Kentucky Derby by splashing hts way Tuesclay to a neck decision in that old jinx for derby horses the one-mile derby Tn a drive all the wav up the stretch of Churchill Downs. mud-running outroansed the highlv-touteti Spy Song t're l strides tc take a comn the -op derbv Ad- i -contention three- consider o, 4hc TOy bat far off Vancouver to take part in the west- ern trials for Canada's Davis Cup Nominated by the Saskatchewan-----------------. a Tennis Association, Hodges province's only compete with the best the trials. artists from Manitoba. Alberta and British Columbia May 11-12. A law student at the of Sas- katchewan he probably be the _ MX cuarters of the way but I ja-l PS ADDED FLAVOR i sitaL i "Arrangements were made to hold a ruinmage sale in the Y-M-C-A. on Apni 27. Three new members were welcomed into the chapter. Elizabeth McKJlop Chapter On -43nl 10 tne HLzsbeth McKiJ- loa chapter T held the regu- lar monthlv meetmg at the home o' resent. Miss E. Robmson. There were 12 members present. TWD representatives were apoomxa to a-esd the Cancer Camaaign They have permed to have a tea snd pantry sale in the Gas company auditorium on_wea- nescsv. Mav 22. from 2 to a p-m. At the close of the meeting tne girls finished a quilt. Army and Navy Club Entertains Children Two interesting events topic place I in the concert room of_the local [Arm- arse Xavy Club on rnday. I The children had a treat, with usual comneutions and trini- Mrs. Neves and Mrs. Wilson assisted by the president. Bob Law- rence, had the youngsters singing all the oldest and latest songs A" the close each youngster was given ice A Help lo Those Who Are Pit! Middle Age tfiea aiea and women get middle tfcetr mag? activitv, in many instances, begin, to oe- and thar gEneral -vitaMr is on tfie wana. liide aHmenta and sckneaaea seeia harder to tfjake oS than formeiy, and, here and there, evidences to appear. Kow is tie time those wishmg to cdp saamtain tfidr health and Tigour Aoold take a comae of Milbuns's Health aad HEs. Tiey tdp tons up and invigorate the patient by tneir toaic acboa on Price 50c ft box, 55 pffls. at aU drug counters. Look for our trade mark a. "Bed Heart" oa the. package. The T. IQbsrs Co.. Toronto. Ont THE NEW EASY-TO-USE During the Campaign; busy homo- wives will relief from drudgery of cleaning end polishing. This is where magic FiAXOAP comes in so handy! FLAXOAP gives sparkle and color to ditty, soiled walls, furniture and painted surfaces. It's marvelous for washing tiled bathrooms, Venetian blinds, linoleum, enamel, carpets, automobiles, and a multitude of other things besides. One or two tablespoons of FIAXOAP makes a gallon of wonderful "sudsy" cleaning fiuid. Na scrubbing or rubbing is necessary. FLAXOAP is a pure linseed oil soap, absolutely free from all harsh ingredients. So inexpensive and pleasant to use. No disagreeable odor. There's nothing like FLAXOAP for general cleaning purposes! Makes everything glisten. Wage a Clean-Up Campaign in your home. Win an easy victory over dirt and grime with FIAXOAP! Sold by all progressive dealers. Leaves the hands soft and beautiful. Buy a tin today! The CANADA FAINT CO. LIMITED TheMARTIN-SENOURCO. LIMITED The LOWE BROTHERS COMPANY LIMITED The SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED _____quite-----_-------- as he was rested he would start on. He didn't feel safe then. Bverr HOD was an adventure. Tes, sir. everv hop was an adventure. He -srasn': high enough above the ground to see beyond a very short distance. So an Kentnckv pan jeasiies. i ._________ iery most unpleasant in tne crease in tile aemana ;or tscaoia- ST4R mouth of any one trying to eat players, he said. jy DAA15 CUP TRIALS Tn-rft T; js so unpleasant that Secretary G. S. Dudley of Mic- usuaUr Mr. Toad dropped land Oat, said had been HSGDTA. Sask. Mar at cnce and after tnai is left alone, unable to send a delegate to the, Ecdges. ycuthfa: Regina tennis star. Once is enough for most of those meeting but Scotland had appointee ge-g jjig chance for fame a Canadian uroxy. -We haven t next heard from Russia vet bus I doub; if thev will attend." Scotland alrEsdv has requested 60 Canadian players but English lea- gues remain ttnsettled. who try biting him. He uses it only when treated roughly, hur month when he friim from a considerable when he moved- So eiery i hopoed he wondered, if a keen eves would see hire. But it wasn't a pair of seen eyes that saw n-m. Instead, taey were daH-looSing eyes, but sharper than thev seemed, "probably they would ho-" have noticed Old Mr. Toad had he noi hopoed out from be- hind a bunch of grass right; in of tneir owner. Then trungs fast. Tes. sir, they cm and nrerends he. is him. but never does. Biil Jiaamy knows how to eat a Toad with no siapleasant results. How he found out the way to do it I con't knoi. I sus- neci was found out a long time ago bv his great-great-ever-so- and the know- I ledge was handed down in the e i familv. Anyway Jimmy i lhas if he rolls and rubs a about on the grass all that un- aleasaatness can be wiped ofi. His chance of getting back to his old home in the Smiling Pool seemed so small as to be no chance at ail Poor Old Mr. Toad! He was wholly helpless as paws cf Juamy Skunk- rolled him. way and that. He had used up all his supply of j Don't Make This Mistake When Child Is glands. Across the Gresn------- came the jovous soring chorus of his smsiT cousins, the Hylas, the, tmv Tree Ftogs. who are the; of the cousins to awaken.! This is what he was now. being rolled! Poor Mr. Toad! ___________ sir. he was j (Copyright, 1346, by T. W. Burgess) beme rolled for a dinner. He was! ina bad way. was Old Mr. Toad.- The next story: "The Chance. harsh. Own Taolets. 12ns new corrective rsade peeslly for crowxsff yonnssters" reecs plexsuit to rven tie f cssiest cfe3d jron't object to iieir tune easy oa tile and yourself, icother! Get Oira todar U Jour Toad hardly knew naapsning. t he was pinnea down by a pa.- of rather small, black paws. Thev held him Dressed aown on the" ground. He kicked and soturmed and snuggled. b-Jt tney held "mm fast. Ee dida'D look up to see who was treating him so Dinning nim down so hard! that it hurt. He closed his eyes, his lovelr golden eyes. Se knew without looking- Is was Jimmy Skunk- Like certain members of grxiTrg famSy and the Ow> fanaiy Jimmy likes to dine on. a Toad when he can do so without too much treacle. JimmT usually takes ins time It takes a great deal Rrst, te was pinned down by a pair of black paws to make him hurry, but he can I move ouickly when he wants to Ee was" moving quickly now. Ee had turned Old Sir. Toad on MOTOR CAR SUPPLY Are Now Distributors in Alberta for DOMINION ROYAL TIRES CJOC Daily Programs 1000 XCS. TOEDXESDAY, 3IAT 1 live O'clock Favorites. Terry and the Pirates. 5.45 World ana local Xews. The AmateureKes. Curtain Time. National News Summary. News Round- op. Iminonai Muse. Let's Play Cnarades. Play or Pay. 9.00 The Green .noraet- The Haunting Hour. Weatherman's Report and "World Xews ILdweek Review. Recital. 10.45 Dance Orchestra. World Xews To Be Announced. To Be Announced. THURSDAY, MAY 2 Waker upper Club. World Xews. Waker "Dpper Crab. Martial Montents, Xews. Weatherman's Report Mornine Melodies. 3 George's Wife. liucy Laatoa Stories rr Life. To Be Announced. 9-15 Church in the Wildwoofi. Break'ast Club. s. The Crystal Calendar. The Happy Gang. Stars To Be. Road of Life. Oocd Morning Xeigh'oor. Melodic Mood. Big Sister. Luncheon Lounge. The ALC Show. World News. Noon Time Novelties. A Woman of America, Ma Perkins. Pepper Young Modem Romances. 2 From the Classics. Women's News Commentary Your Next Job. Music for MiiadL Request Program. .Jack Allison Show. Range Round-Up. Well and favorably Imown as leading distributors of automotive products serving the Alberta market for more than thirty-three years, Motor Car Supply Co. of Canada, Ltd., now become exclusive distribu- tors in Alberta for Dominion Royal Tires. Their 'strategically located branches and province-'nide sales organization will be of major Importance in making Dominion Royals increasingly available to passenger, truck and farm tire users in Alberta. Every Dominion Royal Tire is engineered for the to give unexcelled mileage, safety and economy. The Big Swing is to Dominion Royal Tires. MOTOR CAR SUPPLY COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED CALGARY LETHBRIDGE EDMONTON CRANBROOK, B.C. ;