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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY MILAD Phone 4040 4 trho is risitins aer parents. Mr. .and j .j, _ __ a; Foremost; Miss s wi? be the .j'Mrs. J. Cock FRIEM> Dorothy oe lias Prokcpiuk -s-ho for is visiting in Ottawa a: Pfes- Mrs. Mitchell, who visit- ed here several months ago. hsd been in ill health for seme time. She "ESS a nurs- ing sister serving -with the Canadian Armv Overseas in First Great War Sometimes I A tsa- iKTiSiiau-s. SfiOUlcl hSVC X i some ssv as to the people paiar their "bosus. roers. etc.. because it X 1 theSi" often. It's so easy .vl to put eff getting as cleaning be- cause vSl always wait for A but the only iray to get it cone to start- forget to rid present drive for the Control of Cancer, as i: is a drive tor individual membership. Busi- ness men and women, -who have not been contacted at their homes are requested to get their membership froci one of the stations establish- ed at down-town centres for This purpose. Women AROUND THE WORLD Good First Day Cancer Drive Princess Elizabeth on Tuesday launched Princess, and named the British a 12.000-ton oil tanker. I "Greater heroism has never been than by the men who served ?ia-> JJ2IK1. SK have something that you i _ _ _ ._ ______ _._____ _ _ -o veer i v- 'snoTrii man oy me ZHKI sj __-. -wh "fcis orcbablv in our tankers." she said. res predeceased by her hus- theater" months j________________ .._ jjsTiCL Another sister, jlrs- v Canvassers, representing 28 en's organizations In Lethbridge, 1 opened their house-to-house drive here Monday to help stamp out can- cer and assist ibe Canadian Cancer Society Drive. Results frost the first clav'of the canvass grati- fying and is reported to have been taken in at the city ball where the Ladies' Auxiliary to the U.C.T. are In charge oJ a station to receive memberships and contributions. Other stations set up in the 1 Mrs. Walter Mor.on of TVarrer .j. o visiting in the city is the- cues: cf Mrs. H. Marks for s u-ees. Jo'inson of Cslsary. cousis.; Personals Mars- Hoberts has arrived the city from Calgary wrhere she gradusted Holy Cross hospit: and__ il. Sheldon, srrlved in the night from Calcary to services for the inte Miss SJii Boles. w hostess b 1st. accompanied a: the piano fey Miss LsrsfStone. At the A Mrs. "W. xo3d Java thanks to the and speaker arid musicians. a social tim" _ Holmes proposed the toes; to the tee rroorn "Silr afTi Mrs" Miller left .for 1 hcnevmotG in Calgarj- aad___ Thav TiU reside in Lethoncge en enjoyed. Successful Social Closes Season Extensive studies In orthopaedics Include Geraldine to enable nurses to recognize early Arlene s syraptoais of crippling -were iirged by Geraldise Jessie Stevenson, of New Tori Sheila Lynru at the concluding meeting oi the 4Sth conference of the Vic- torian Order of Nurses in Ottswa. Kent -whea Mrs. George Alenhract. ices Canada's Srst blind war bride, ar- Buskin Club tha-. these j i-ivejj jjj three creeks ago interested in crssna u-iil supporting husband had built this public performance of their a nea. bungalow oa tee outskirts of Napanee. Today the Canadian National Institute for the, Blind seat, her an electric range snd i a letter from Dr. James E. Ward, j retired eye specialist of St. Peters- j and in charge various o-ganizations are at Hoyt's Hard ware, Supina's store oa the ncrth side o? she city, and at T. Eaton -sad Co. store. A good reception been the canvassers at the siajorisy of homes. The local drive win con- clude Saturday, THREE MALE F4IXT AT WEDD1XG SUSSEX. WJS.. May 1 (3> church during the wedding of Lt- toy Wandsneider and IXKS Kramer, but as Kev. H. A. Crasius tied the nuptial knot, the bridegroom fell to the floor in a faint. Then his brother, Floyd, fainted. later Lester Van Lare, an attend- ant, slumped to the floor in laint The bride and her ants aided in reviving the trio. WASTED XTLOXS: FOUXD BEER LAKSIKG. MicbL. May An unidentified -sroman foJlo'sred a lies of people right through the front door of a texern. "My gosh." she gasped as she reached the counter. "I thought it was for nylons." She iras standing In a beer result of rationing imposed by dealers here. Spring air filled St. Paul's Uitfceraa GffiLS TAXCOUV5S1, May Seven residents of orsirie provinces, mem- bers cf the Srsi rKssi-war gratiuat- s class, received tiKir aplcmas in ceremonies s: St. Paul's hospiial here Tuesday They -srere: Alice Hoefer. burg. Fla.. said he -R-ouid operate', oa her eyes this summer. Wearing a grey-green Lacv Reading. CJ3.E., chainoan of the "Women's Voluntary Services in i the Uriited Kingdom, arrived in: ;Jlaj i -v.e I Lethbricse: June O'Reilly. Letn- S Iar Pansk, Coleman: Tuesfiav as the guest Hon. Ray Athe'rton. United States GUESTS AT GBAVCSt GRANTJM. (HNS) Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Bsster vacation tritii" friends and relatives in ES- jnonton. Miss Viics Whitriey has returnee to Carrnangay. of this city, Mr. MTC -o s. TVinter have ar- "ved'r.ere from Calgary to reace j guests of their son-in-lajr anc dsuehter. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gen- Mrs. S. C H. I3avis left the city fcv tfane Tuesday for Vancouver to attend the gracuatioc. of ner caaghier. Miss Thelma. from the __ __ Sisk, former u-2r. have been