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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1946 I Sunday. TMll be b'ld at Gooder) _p I Fl Bros, chapel 12 Calgary, Thursday' I OlffOVtr KjHTV at pii. Inrerniea: IXUgdl J I Ol IJ MARKET CHANGES HAXDS The neat rrariet ai the comer i of 3rd Aie. d Weather of 3rd_Aie. 9ta 55 formerly operatic by F. A. 62 30 .03 arcs now has a new proprietor, '1S -c- B.. ..___ -iJ S. TK4FFIC SAFETV CHECK A Reema Saskatoon LIGHT SHOWERS .Ugcs showers is. ere reported on Mscleod curin.: the past 24 hours ir.clucing rain at Brocket. GraniiiM Oiozcks. SAOC FROM XTAH TRIP Saker. -oresiden: of :he Ai- 55er.a Sugar Bee: Growers, re- turned inozn an en'ox-asle to Utah. Ke ar.d ii the larsily plot. Queens Pari, cemetery. CsCgary. Mrs. Griffin vras bom in E ham. Ireland, in 19to she inoved froru Ontario to Moose Jatr. Fross 1S33 to 1944 she Hied is AIix and j then moved to Leihbndge. She s member oJ the Woden's Auxiliary j weekly luncheon Tuesday at toe the Brotherhood of Raiiwaj 1 M____tj5iis hotel welcomed Trainraen Icr many E0r "Jun" Robertson and partv froaj is survned by three sons. Calgarv who paid ait oSiciai visit to Norman. Moose Jatr: diaries. Scol- Dsinn..: tne ineesing he lard, and V. Donald. Ponce Coupe, -presented to Iiaaiedite Past Presi- Mrs. George Bradley of ;he At Kiwanis Meet _-------------- amass at their -5., -i-. Oawson Crees. Mrs. L. C. Ancer- age club a Bast presid son. Toronto, arid 10 grar.dehiicren. j from Knrarus Iffl .The Calsary later left for .Medicine Hat to visit the club of he had bought roses for 36 cents a dozen. He had also picked orchids j in the front yard of the place where, he siayec. The climate is which encourages the people to take i up all types of outdoor sports and pastimes. Bathing beaches are plentiful and attract, great crowds, he saia- He said he found the Aus- tralian people tery Inendly to the Canadians. In Police Court ceru- IiHernationaL ed ever farming areas in state. Urutcd Spates and Mexico. Weather svnsjtis and o: forecast at Zl a-m. M. bv EARL TO SELL RANCH The Pnddis ranch of the Sari of has oeen put up for sale. ea-1 will continue to reside, it as his ranch ________________________ ilacleoa trail near Csigsry. ine j __ _o-ar pressure a-ea centred rlace consists of 5SO acres Aloerta is -J 3CX) acres la crop and hay. There is a fuUy moderr Palomino Fik To Be Shown '.that j Efr. Mounted Police Cases Concluded Kia was reminded uu- i til nesv Monday after being charged j in city police court oa Wednesday! morning on a. morals charge anal falling to give police a satisfactory I account, of herself. No plea was' taken. f Driving across 4th 4St. S. at s. point other than an intersection brought John of Leth- bridge a fine of and costs af ser he pleaded guilty. ne.y Of charges nave been m district Roval Canacoan A. McLeod at Pincher Creek, In addition, four beaver pelts and two beaver traps were confiscated. For iheft of a horse, contrary to the Criminal Cole of Canada. "AT- niiiev; __-i_.eii iitr I Week. The guest speaker. George K0 abode, charged uccer i JL G Jensen at Card- fBro'a-n ol racio C3OC. Criiauia! Code of Canada Tne Lethoridse Saddle has introduced by Frank Steele of the jheft of cloihing, been very fen-mate in securing a DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT and every Wednesday and Saturday MCSIC BY DOW'S RHYTHMERS sentencec to davs ham labor in the Leth- j PLEDGED PSI Frsri Vtrt'ue Stcitse. sori of anc ilrs. Xorris S. Steltie of 1517 Tih Ave. Ijethbndse. has plecgec Ps: fratermty at Sro-sm Frovrcence. Hi Psi a; Cnion College 1S33 snd at SroTxri in is ens of tne 17 nataora! :ra- te-Tntias recresentecl on the Sro'yn campus. Sir. Stoics, a grafi'JSts of iliwarkee scnool. j -n -_. is a nernber of the freshsian iiass tt Brown. club's relations ccninnttee mailing of the current of Mimeographing All Work Carefully Done J. S. BROWN c'o Brown's Musical Supplies Lethbridee WHDUFE REPORT A repor: of the Ilia annual conference held re- centlv in Tork has been by G. M. Sparge, of Cal- garv. sscrctarv of the Alberta Fish and Game Association, -srho repre- sented the association and the "Wsstem Canada and Yukon Fish and Gams Council at the confer- ence. Ths report T.ili be distributed to various and Game grouts throughout the rrovirice. In the report Mr. Spar-o lists the ac- Tantages and. disadvantages of modem respect to the future of in. Xorth Arnsnca. Forecast. tha and -KarrEer. Clear and I Thursday. Northwest 15 m-les toaijh: s: Letn- 35. High Thursday 65. Medicine today and Thursday with af- ternoon, eastern portion. Northwest winds 15 miles per hour tlus after- Low toniiht at Maaicme Hat HA3HLTOX CESTESSISL from all over the Do- on are expected to tsjie part in the nanon-wide beauty contest, to na-ie ATtits curmg tee Harailron Centerinisl and Old Eonie Week celeorations. July 1 to 7. Scares of trade and chambers of commerce thrtKighoai Canada hare been invitee, by the" Hamilton cfcar-ber to co-operate itt senctpg ve, beauties frora their to the national con- test fci Hsrcdtos- The contest. sponsored by the Hamilton Police Athletic Assodatioa, al- ready received a caerr from Yellowimfe, Xccti West Terri- tories. Announcemen ts D3. D. A. DKSTZST ?hone 2437 Ofot ye: listed m 1734 DBIVS ASO ti the Ssgles" Hall TOXTGHT. Cards p.ra. Dancing 10 Deaths The Lethbndse Sea Cadets are holdins a dance in their barracks on 17. si 8 o'clock. The Air and Army cadets are invited to present. The cadets are sponsoring the dance, and mafcmy their own ar- rangements. Refreshments will be on sale. cav in Cardstcn. Everyone is urged to turn-out a tnss color film. DOES THIS SPELL DEATH TO DANDELIONS? owned and operated Gar-' s; John J Crock- i each. 5 ther ap- Magistrate S. j 1 Wiedeman at Iriine. Napoleon Sscoue. Lcndbreck.! charsed under the Game Act with illegal possession of beaver pelts. was lined and costs wnen he appeared before Police Magistrate cuks. and Tjie speaker told of the wide vari- etv of Sowers and fruits grown in Australia and ol the isr-mense snee? actions found is. the country. Chte of these stations is 14.000 square miles in area- Flowers, said Mr. Brown, are lovely and very cheap. For example. -i KTV CONVENTION Members of the Club sre busy preparing for the annual convention of Kire- nien. Xo. 4, Aloerta, to oe held in the asserablv room of ihe Hotel Alexandra a; Drunineller on Mav 24 25 and 26 Delegates from 14 clubs from all parts of Albert are expected to attend. PROFUSION OF LILACS Despite the recent, heavy frosts in the citr, there ss a great profu- j EIOE: of lilac bloom, m Gait Gardens where the bushes are heavily load- j ed with clusters of j blossotrs. The frost, apparently did i little damage to them. The bea- j dffig-ou; plants have nos been; transplanted yet in Gal; Garder.s A test of the new 2-4D eradi- cator for dandelions that will be watched with interest by Leth- bridje citizens took place Wed- nesdar morning: when Stuart Robbfee, assistant district msri- enltnnst was seen liberaJJy dousisz every appearance of the bright bat noxious on the courthouse lawn with the chemi- cal preparation. J. M. Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Floor Phone 3S57 -EATON'S Leihbridgr awav at but thousands" of them will be put amonton. May 11, aged 44 in, when danger _rost is over. Edmon years, beloved husband of Podborsfa of 1823-8th Ave. A X. Puneral sernceis will oe roncuctefi frcra Chnstensen Bros Chapel on Thursday, ilav loth 2 pjiu In- terment in Moimtaia View ceme- TO ATTEND LEGIOX 3IEET Delegates from Tjethbndge. Mac- leod, "Vulcan and irscicir-e Hat wiH be among those leans? to the llth. Dominion conrentlon of the Canadian LegtoEi operlng at the Chateau Frontersc ia Quebec on Sunday when 45 delegates rep- resent" Albert, brancces. The? in- clude Arthur Beaumont. Ijeth.- bridEe; W. K. Srookes. Richard Ersns Jastier ESrtlay, Mscieod. T. P. ilcQueen. "W. H. Jans and F. Coser. Medicine Eat: Miss M. AUen, Vulcan- Alex Walker. Do- minion resident, will be anon? those attendms- from Calgary. He i-gg indicated that he wlH not stand for re-eieetioE. CHRISTENSENBROS. PHONE 28O2 tery. Chnstensen Bros, directors. funeral 53S awav on Tues- day, Hay 14th, aged 81 fears, beloved husband of Mrs. Sarah. Crofts of 810-15th St. Soutrj- A private service will be held m Martin Bros. Chanel on Thursday at the Victor Smth. officiating. IntErrnenc in Moun- tain "View cemetery. Martaa Bros, directors of funeral service. 537 Meetings Shrine Club A meeting of tiie Lethbridge Sferine dub "SfUl be liela taught, Wednesday, in the ilasonic ball, commencing at o'clock. Eagles to Meet The Fraternal Order of Eagles -Kitt hold a regular meeting on Thursday May 16th. 8'15 pjn. AH meaibers are" asked to attend. Masons ta Meet The reaular meeting of !LetGbndge Lodge No. 33. and A-iL, -Kili be held an the Masonic Eali on Thurs- day, Ifav 16, at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren" are cordially mvKed to be present. SO-EU CONTEKEXCE To introduce a year round pro- gram, of activities for its members, j the Sa-Ed Tbung People's Council Cji. vill hold of the Lethbridee TJiCji. vill hold a conf erencs as Park Lake Sunday afternoon Then the past season's record -Bill be reviewed and recom- mendations considered for the sivm- iner asonths. Among other plans is a treekend outing for club mem- j bers to be held at the "Y" camp, i Inuspi ai Watertoa Lakes Kaaonal Park, July 1. This "Wednesday eve- ning the "weekly So-Sd young peo- ple's dance be held at the " orchestra In attendance. Obituary for Mrs. llary Griffin, 82, Lerhondge, w-rio died How About Your Furnace? Why not have it over- hauled and recemented for next winter? See Us Now HICK Hardware Co. Ltd. Phone 3762 SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invited to meet representa- tives of oor comicittee at the TJM.C.A- any Thursday between ths hours of 8 and pja. Oar committee wili be glad to help you in any way possible. Lethfaridge Rehabilitation Committee TUNE UP for Spring And Enjoy Your Motoring We Specialize Tune-up Engine Brake Relining Lubrication Simonizing Seventy-Seven Service Station 320-9th Street South Phone 2833 JUST ARRIVED Jig Saws Bench Saws For the Hobby Man North Lethbridge Hardware WHILE IT LASTS SPECIAL Two cakes Lux Soap Two Lifebuoy Soap and One large package Luat Flake. All for 52C Jackson Draffin The Family Drus Store Phone 2361 Windows Cleaned Stores, Offices Homes Beasonable Job or Contract Rates PHONE 2569 FAT'S TAXI and DELIVERY SERVICE For prompt and courteous service you can't go wrong by phoning STEVE'S TAXIS SPECIALIZE IN PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE YOU CAN GET ONE IMMEDIATELY BY DIALING 4058 Come to the OPEN CONVENTION ANNUAL MEETING of the Lethbridge Federal Progrressive Conservative Association Rupert Ramsay, of Saskatchewan will speak MARQUIS HOTEL Wednesday, May at p.m. IHORACE LAPP Spike Jones Will make a. Personal Appear- ance here in onr store on Tuesday, May 21st xt approximately o'clock in the afternoon, for the pnrjxwe of meeting bis followers and ant graphing his records- Drop around about 4 p.m. to BROWNS TOOl RECORD CENTRE" TOET OF THE PIANO" AND HIS ORCHESTRA Featured at Royal York Hotel, Toronto For 8 years, and also at Banff Springs Hotel, Hamilton Brant Inn, Royal Muskoka, and other famous resorts Will Appear At The TRIANON Thursday May 23rd Admission Per Person (Tax Extra) Here's a musical treat you won't want to miss whether you dance or not. A Meeting Of The Lethbridge Retail and Wholesale Workers' Association Will Be Held In The JL Thursday, May 16, at 8.00 p.m. All members and retail and wholesale workers are urged to attend this meeting. Important busi- ness -will be discussed. FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Subject "Christian Science: The Revelation of the Omnipotence of Good." Lecturer Herhert W. Beck, C.S.B., of San Fran- cisco, California, member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. piacf Church Edifice, 4th Avenue and 12th Street South. Time May i? at p.m. Under the auspices of First Church of v Christ, Scientist, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED You Can Build This Home Now No Delay No Waste Economical A complete house promptly shipped u> one carload from Var.couver, 'including dooir. floonng, sbmgies. everything. All pre- cut. fitted, bur.d'.ed and plainly marked, ready to assemble. Similar to illustration above or several other plans to choose from. Can be easily erected by the average man in a few weeks spare tune. phone or call in at Alberta Lumber Products Co, 2018 Second Are. South Phone 2018 NOT ONLY Can we build your house, but we can supply com- plete cupboards and all built-in features. You can't go wrong if you hire us! LETHBRIDGE WOOD WORKING CO. 611 Sixth Ave. S. CABINET AND FURNITURE MAKERS We Have a Crew of EXPERIENCED BUILDERS PHONE US AT 3568 MAYTIME FROLIC SPONSORED BY ST. PATRICK'S BUSINESS GIRLS' CLUB HOTE FRIDAY, MAY 17 DANCING 9 DRESS HYZER And His ORCHESTRA ADMISSION PER PERSON 7So NEWSPAPER! ;