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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MAY 13, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE IfUfC LETHBRIDGE GIRL IS 'VARSITY GRADUATE EDMONTON, May supplementary list of three more Second Montreal Gunman Caught MONTREAL, May real's; most ms.ttftnnt in _________.recent years ended Saturday night students who" will be graduating i when Jean Marcel Brunei, 27, ran in the Universitv of J out of the luck that aiought him Aloerta convocation Here, was issued unscathed through four gun bat- iles with the police and was cap-' tureo. oy a lone detective at a busy north end street comer. His companion in crime. Loins Arthur Levescue. 23. was taken the previous day, critically wounded in the chest after opening fire on the May Snow Hangs on the Lilacs nest is 1 wouldn't tell Then jou don't cried today by the university. They included George Horace Desson, Calgary, anc Muriel Jojce S. Oxlsnc, Leifabndge, who will re- ceive the junior diploma of educa- tion and interim junior certificate of tiie high school. Neil Alien Ronaghan, Islay, Alta..! police when trapped in a lane. His get the degree of bachelor of (condition last Eight was still cee- educauos. the senior diploma of jcribed as senous. education and the school certificate. high WOXDEK BEACON The firss great lighthouse, almost FIRST LIBRARIAN 400 fee; high, stood on the island of Bentamm Frankis established Pharos, eg the coast of Sfeypt, and the first circulating librarr in Phila- j known as one of the won- delphia in 1731. ders of the ancient world. ______ NEW ISSUE OF TELEPHONE DIRECTORY The next issue of the Telephone Directory -will be published in July, 1946, and copy closes for press on MAY 15. 1946 To assure insert-on in the next issue, all desired changes of present service or listings, additional ser- vice or listings, bold type listings, display advertising, etc., must be arranged for by above date. IX THE ABSENCE OF INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CONTRARY PRESENT LISTINGS WTJX BE ASSUMED TO BE CORRECT. For Advertising Rates apply Directory Department Alberta Government Telephones CALGARY OK THE LOCAL BUSINESS OFFICE Ho, I don't know." agreed Thunderer. "I dont even know Sirs. Grouse has hidden our To Attend Engineers' Dinner -What asked Thunderer nest. You would tha- is mv business, wouldn't >oul> But Mrs. Grouse says it isn't; that, what I don't, know won't hur: me or the eggs, so she won't teU me that nest "I never heard of such a thing' The 'idea of not snowing a here MADK TMP KETUKMS WTTM CATTLZ Australia. May -rto special trip to England to back Ms bride to tralia irttliout -wife bet four priae and four h H" is H. A. Burrs of Adelaide. B'Jrcs met fats Ttife ser ia EcgJasd in He retwaed to Australia tbat s follow sooa after. jyaar and then irent to Enj- knd. In. Eaglarid be Soiand. I -scalar.? some that be I no-, get a passage to Jbr j either zU wife or lumceii. FteaUy, a single OB ship was offered on the coecitioc. that be groocaed and sjgnment daring the trip. He escorted the to -smere he got the good new that his wife hoped so land sooa. FLENTT OF CHOICE Lesis XIY had 413 decorated -arith ytxOM, afiltr and gold. Photo: Herald Engraving. This interesting photo might be titled "Snow on Lilacs." It was snapped by Uie Herald's cameraman Monday rcornscg and is typical 1 cr tniiasf in the city weighted down by the fresh snow. own nest cned Peter. Grouse savs it isn't my nest. butvhers." replied Thunderer. "Bv the way. Peter, J suppose jou have some babies bv this time." Peter looked a UttSe foohsh. He felt that wav. "Mrs. did mention them, but she wouldn't tell me where they are. They are nos big enough to leave the nest vet." admitted Peter. "The idea of not knowing where your own r.est cned Thun- derer, and Peter felt more foolish than ever. Just then the sons of Heraut the Thrush came nrglng through the Green Forest. Peter Finds a Home h> is i; I muse always yearn i Far things :n which no concern. Eaobit. Skyway to America's playgrounds. Western Air provides service thot frfs both business ond vacation travel. side trips can take you to your favorite national park or trout stream enroute to business .destinations. Only via Western can you visit such outstanding beauty spots as: LAS VEGAS Recreational Z1ON BRYCE GRAND CANYON YELLOWSTONE GRAND TETONS CANADIAN ROCKIES THE DUDE RANCH COUNTRY COLORADO PLAYGROUNDS Ask Western Air Lines' people to help in laying out combination business and vacation trips. Or, see your local air travel agent. Reservations: MARQUIS HOTEL Phone: 3971 LUESTERH aiR LinES 1926- AMERICA'S PIONEER AIRLINE -1946 It is 2unosiiy. Of course. Peter is curious. He wouldn't be Peier were he not. And in ths.s he A dinner meeting of the Branch of the Engineering Institute of Canada will be held Tuesday evening at 6 o'eioct at the Marquis when the national president. J. 3 Hayes, will be -jrelcomed. Accompanving Mr. Hayes will be G. J. Carrie of Halifax, councilor of the Institute and Dr. L. Austin Wright, secretary trightK of itching, burning he teach to unwiliins child. face startling ground four blue eggts. (Copyright, by T. W. Burgess) Two German P.O.W. and tboold. The nest story: "Peter Makes a Escape In Ontario Promise. Away went Peter in the direc- tion from which that song had thought was the neighborhood he began to wander about again, his trouble Pater head tipped back as he looked in von looked for some-j the trees for a nest TVithout thing not knovring just -nhat you! warning an indignant small feath- is ere looking for or where to loofc ered person flew up ia his very for it? Peter was doirg ;uss this now. He was wandering about in the Green Forest aimlessly, now here, now there. All the time he kept looking uo in the trees. "Looking for some asked Men ____ R CVM.P. officers said today two v German prisoners of war escaped playing may be to mosc last Friday nighLfrom_a pulp-cat: people the world's greatest violin music, but to five-year-old Krov ann and ticg r____ _. miles north of here. Police as far, awav as Toronto have i tne two are R, Gerke. Looking Thunderer the Grouse. Peter was scraping noise.' The voungsters solemclv told a i Laurer. Ja._______________ herj The favorite ornament among parents say it is wrong to l Roman women was a safety pin. startled. He hadn't seen Thun- derer. "You are lucky." Thunderer added without waiting for an answer. "I didn't know it Thanks for{ telling me. In what way am I" isn't duferenc from all too replied Peter ?ust a bit other folks in tne Great World, i sharply. Curiosity is all right in its proper j "That !t was a friend and not a place. Through it have come most hungry Rabbit hunter you almost of our greatest blessings and more j bumped into just now You are come to make life easier and' happier. But curiosity in matters which do not concern us is the shortes; and quickest -way to NATURAL RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION Healthful Way Harsh Laxatives Unnecestary Beware of hsbit-iornnng laxatives that are harsh and griping. Millions can't be wrong. Millions of people now take lemon jaice aad water according to national survey. This is nature's way to get natural relief from con- stipation and its kindred ills such as backaches, headaches, sick stomach and tiredness. First thing in the morning on an etupty stomach take the juice of a lemoa ia a glass of water. Jt stimu- lates normal bowel action dav after day. And lemons have other health- giving qualities. Kich in Vitamin C to keep jou from getting tired_ and help prevent colds i i anti-acid to help acid stomach- Make this test: Try lemon juice and water for ten mornings, 'iqu'll agree that the results are amazing. Constipation vnll be ed -naturally jou'U feel better, peppier For the best in lemons be sure they're Sunkist lemons. old enough to know BO one can afford to be careless at any time anywhere." Thunderer spoke sev- erely. Peter admitted that this was true. "I was looking for the home of a friend." he added. "What asked Thunderer. "Hermit, the loveliest singer of all the Thrushes You must know him." said Peter. "Of course I know him. one who lives in this part of the Green Forest knows him. Mrs. Grouse and I haie had Hermit and Mrs. as neighbors everr summer since we cams to this Teplied Thun- derer "Then you must krow where their home is1' cried Peter. "What if I replied Thun- derer "Tell me where it Peter eagerly. "What business is it of yours where Hermits home de- manded Thunderer severely, his bright eves fixed on Peter in a wav that made him feel uncom- fortable. Feter looked somewhat con- fused. "I suopose that reallj it any business of mine. I 3 want to know. There isn't anv harm in knowing, is said Peter rather lamely. "There coula ne." retorted Thun- derer "There are some things it is best rot to know Knowing too much about other people's business sometimes gets friends into a lot of trouble. So if I knew where It was a great idea! Hailtlstmttx witb Who, careless, jabbedit witb Cnnctivtd the thought without delay To btndit back and make it stay! flu, U. S. forenoon CJOC Dally Programs 1000 KCS. MONDAY, MAY 13 5 of Good Cheer O'clock Faiontes and Local News. and Romance. Theatre. News Summary. 7 Roand-Up. 7 We Have. g Cavalcade. House. Serenaders. of Music Savitt Orchestra. Patterns. Report World News the Court House. Low Ramblings. Serenade. 11 Orchestra, OFF. anc SAFEWAY STORES, LIMITED TUESDAY, MAY 14 6 Upper Club. 7 News. Upper Club. Moments. 8 Report Mornir.s: Meiocies. 8 Wife. 8 Linion Stones From LUe 9 In the Airline. 9 in the 9 Club 9 Crystal Calendar. 10 Happv Gar.g. 10 To Be. 10 of Life 11 Neighbor. 11 11 Sister 12 Lounge. 12 ALC 12 News 32 Time 1 Woman of America. 1 Perkins I Yours 1 Romances. 2 the Classics. News commentary 2 Hobbef. 2 Out. 2 for Mlladi 3 Trogram 4 Allison Show, Round-Up. Pleasant to Live With When you furnish your home, seek quality and beauty furniture that truly re- flects your personality and your ray of life furniture that is pleasant to live with. To furnish your home tastefully does not require a large income an average salary can afford whatever is needed. The St. Louis cannot guarantee to supply all your requirements, but we can guarantee to help you choose furniture that will be pleasant to live with for many years to come. ST. LOUIS FURNITURE 118 FIFTH ST. S. 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