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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, MAY MILADI Phone 4040 APARTMENT BATTLE THAN WAS t; V IAVGH ff Mr. anc Xrs- F. H. Hoefer, er.s 1 also a; coast. Mr. and Mrs. T TaselL Mr. Mrs. Gerry L-em_re and Mr. Harold .t. sicCrea isere vtsit-ors in, s Straus the from part wirn care; i j ss TOST band CS'i E s 3 3. A thresh :he __ troubles ihsre; i CIT a: irie ihere'al- oi fsi-- Banf: Na'-sasl Psri. MIAMI BEACH, 51a- Esther levy of the Women's Army Corps an unconditional >urren- the kevs to the s siese m the "battle for apart- ment 16" Her opponent. Anthony Marasco, sweated out 19 months in the of New G-mea. mc'.ed out of the darted has and bcgcase wrh the grim corn- men- ihat "war was never Lie this." Women AROUND THE WORLD i: s to 5- cuo that yoci bssrsscses vrJ it, Berua Backus. Personals Mrs. ?red TToods Kissing Waitress Da-si of are spend-! PrOVCS Costly ins a few esvs tne guests at the axel. H-Csp: TVTXXIP2G. May is stationed" s: the local internment -Tray to a roan's camp At the wish of the Dioaae ruplets themselves thej uill no: recede substantial gifts irom their parents for sheir birthoaj next Mav the go to help the underprivileged children of Europe sixxi: -shorn the little jaris have reaa in r Kech Hansni Gmsemo ihe eldest j home is the Soviet val- ley of iiaragi Marriages at 5- per cent in Marc EDMOXTCX BABV-SnTlXG J XN0USTKV THK1VIXG EDMOXTOX, May itoa has another -caby" mdustry and its promamg 10" be ?ust as big a success as tne re- cently-established diaper laundry service- gator and rhipf of the new enterprise is ex R.CAJP. M K. nmiself fr-aa two young chil- dren. 1 Conservatives To Meet Wednesday A O O v An open eonveauoa for sup- Y porters of Progressive Conservative "f ideals, be addressed at the Mar- cuis hotel oa Wednesday at 4 pjn- bv Kapert Bamsay, 4S-year-oia leader of the Progressive Conserva- party ia who u-as recently nozEisated to contest i the Morse constituency by-election j us June. Tne former dean of agri-1 eulrure in the University of Sas-j kati-hevnan -an" be opposed by noEii- i uees of ihe and liberal par- ties fo.' the seat left vacant by the of a 3i. Spider------- for Goodness sake-Try Red Rose! REDROSE "is good tea" For British Men t Sponsored by the Ijethirldge Fefi- eral Progressive Conservatire Asso- ciaticn, the rally deal elec- i isoa of offsrers arni resoluaors ap- {plicahte :o the Lefebridge federal IVlIlgf ViCOFge __ _ The hean mav oe 1OXDOX. May j- .AT cent HI has aro'-'e' U A T pared with the sarjie raoatn a MEDlCllNt H A 1 ac.o rh, nnmintfin Rures-- of To Canada Fanners Dcrociy w Mscdonaid s. C. Currer nas -he fror; SC- to illness cf her iis., Georse Porter, is a pat-en: in, r j his storssrh. as i "but Hober: of "R'rr--- ixill i ier. :OD a waitress urant set a roe nc: :o ago the Dominion Bureau of e-sagemerit nnss usucs reported Ottawa csJ-orn has rorce from the] _ t cuaici jh" alivsvs Queer. Mary was ecjal tckeri. re-i bi crowds o: spectators jji-ci Gerssaey told Lnen she revisited Clusland. a pia- LONDON, May Cable) King, smoking a cigaret and' rearing a checked suit and thick j j shoes, put his feet on the fence j i Saiureay with fellow-farmers from 3. before neer joutii college a: in South Central loncon, :reir aooo: u one :or a he 10 i habpened: Mrs S Hcvard rerjrsea :o the; ,_- rus face at eric of las: ireek a Treek Xs- I 3 He ao-.vr_ rnaci." he loid5 In .-v-Kid from Cslssry to re- TI __ ____________ ilrs Beny "the world they dis- i :he gu-ls At i cussed his cattle, pigs and sheep' 4 _________. A London leireler said Thursday her. These, semre of the college pre-a-sr lasiuon of exchangjsg rings has nearly died out.' Bui alscDs: as ir-sjay heing sold for rcec as lor __ _. Sartor Frasch, ana Mrs.. Ei-elyn ,or 100 -lj Catharine Hansel, of Medicine Jack: Wesson of chapel vras destroyed by Gsr- n bombs m 3day, 19 completing ihe ex-1 MargarSt Princess Susdav 8 000 Sea. land and Air Hangers described his Scotch s Shorthorn herd from which cham- j Niece Milk River Man In U.S. News MILK RIVER tHXS) was received here of the at- tempted kidnapping of the ten- year-old, oal> daughter of Gcorte Atkinson of San Fran- cisco. George is a brother Dan Atkinson of Milk River. The child's grandfather in. Guy F. Atkinson, contractor, known in the -west. Men's engagement rings 4. A police aSeer took atray 5. It ccst 510 and casts far -c-ia she nas oesn .or Activities British Stage StOTS Plan Tour Dominion -r -r Here o. rie wdl return oy sr: at of his h J Brumwell- sccaspanied oy her daughter Miss rer-jmed to tne city Sanca.. niaht after havin? sevsrai esys The Gordon cf Prs 3ap- cnarsh mee: a: tne Mekle. 623 Sacti stres: EOinh. on Tuesday s: 3 o'CiOCi. ViaMrs The resrolsr of :he "rtorn- en of tie Moose, Xc. 3CS, iKjndon's Kyde Park. She rmgs and often an and Messes Anastasia iL J. about the Saskatchewan bV Margare: eier VO-JTS" is tae drews ana Helen Evelyrt wagar, O- eron and how much eram the the inside. Brooks, are now fuBy qualified to r-onadian'trest could nrovide this accomoaaiec Hose. i the Brooks, are now fally quahf ______ men. ia search of brighter j pracnce :heir chosen professioa. Co-antry-Tside pcst-war plans for' headgear, are also turning to ber- At the annual rhe Canadian Junior Hed Cross will. ets. highbgni discussions a; the rao-1 Tir-K- dav conference of from all' 5IAJOK- JACK. Canadian west could orovide this Year. Mr. 'Bresson, president of tee Mr. Davi in the lesion on. tne Ca i n i LCOvDOK. Mav Canada see many "British stage stars in her oim theatres next fall, said Wing Cradr. Brian Etoherrj. To- i ronto alaywngh; and barrister, on! his departure for home. "ilany nrominent prodacers and actors are eager to tour tae Dom- inion next season." he said. He planned its -n-Qfep preparations foundland 20 and 21. Toronto Speakers before a joint, confer "O.IX3-. held a successful SpnnE- r-nf Tea last "Wednescay afternoon in ihe auditorium of the Gas Com- The mdina'jal tables wiiii Medicine Hat Golf Club, ladies would deoend oa conditions. section, the following were elected j 'How are conditions the to office, honorary president, Mrs 'King asked. A. J. Hatch: president. Mrs. J. D. j Mr. Wesson said it would depend Morrison: nce-presidenu Mrs. A. J. i on June rams "and if nature secretary, Mrs. C. W. is good we will see you get; lots of tours as sooa as he sft the city j a1 S Host- is ciscnsrsed from S weeksad for "Coismaa where be Scpec--ed visitors to Caaaoa from wil ioia tne staff of the Inter Saaonaf Coal and Coke ccmpany. ieth- ________ gaes: Gibson, dentistry the traiversity of Alberta. Holhck-Serrvon receiTsd hsr degree during "Wednesday's ceremony at; Eataonioa. Abls Searasit Sen :s spending leave in the city wiia ms mother, ilrs. McUvsaa, Bmh Hoefer rettirasd to 2d- aonton Sunday evening by plane after havrng span? a month's rsca- tion in the city wiih asr parents, Let Us Frame Your Pictures A.E. CROSS SON THtEB ATENTE S. The music and arr department of tae Mathesis club hole tneir regular ineeuag at tne home of its. I_ leacy. 1250 Slfii avenue A soutii, on Tuesday at 3 o'ciocs- The Sizsbeth McSillop chaster will aold a tea and paniry 5Pu in ina Gss Co. ardnontca. on j Wednesday. Hay 22. from 2 TO 5i Srerrone will be welcome. the Ijondon stage are: sasil Lang- tori, actor and director, re- mcludmg Lewis Ann Norman producer cf the dor: st-ccess "The with "Twelfth Oscar Wilde's and several mod- ern plays. 3EANTTOBA GIRI, WIXS ENGINEERING DEGREE eace of tne Mamec lea cloths, each cianon ana tne Women tf. 5 a tmvbououet of lilacs. minster oeelarec Saruroay that we i e attractive background for loatae aousework" aac asfcea some, had a cenrre- recognition" of then-, nar- in the home. Phys funked by tali Tvhite caadles Willams proaosed that ths income jj. cr-stal holders- Mrs. R. J. Gordon of Los Aageles, California, a charter member of the cnaprer. poured. The regent, Mrs. Hugh McHveaa, received the guests and Mrs. PTed iiick was convener. A paniry table and sewing table were added attractions. Partison: captains, Mrs H. H. Huicmnson and Mrs. E. Moore. Ctoeaiag of the seasoa's compeu- _ nons will be on Saturday, May IS. Tea will be served ia the club house. Mayor H. Lang announced oa Monday that he has called a meet; wheat." The King smiled and nodded. Both the King and Quean chatted m jrYench with J. A. Marion of Montreal and Her Majesty told W. J. Parker of WlEnioeg that she remembered the rainstorm which i tax rebate given a married be made a "positive payment" by the state to his wife. "WINNIPEG, May Sussell of WinniDee re- an aegree at; j the University of Manitcbs's coa- jvocatioa to place besde the dspio- KTP- plfpsrlv on Tuesday. May 21, si 3 in the H.O.O.F- nalL Hostesses j wilbe H. Goldie, A. CoweH, A. and S. McVean. The missionary siseting of 3i5ary's WA. will be held on Tues- day at pjn. ia the parish raZL Queen. Sizabeta hes rstitoairg problems, laetttL Kirrsing Sister Margaret "Wsrrea. of on her return frcm oversees said a dam in z. coat; worn bv the ocean on a risit to a ir-n.tarr hospital m Eog- ig-nfl drew cocunsai; from a trho said: "The bless her. she's Jnsi; like one of daraed clothes aad alL" The Duke Duchess of Wind- sor appear on the of their runts. wedding anniversary to be confirmed m their exile at Cannes, I France. Seuarated from the world's i for much of tae time since i 3IACDONALD ENGAGED June 3, 1937, the celearated espaiariates have been devoimg themseltss cineSy OTTAWA. May (C.P.) Assistance aoiacement was' made here today Scheme It was decided M coarri- meat of Ht. Hon. Mai- to tne espesses of a delegate 3r-tisJi' to tile national rceeung to oe hela Winnipeg next week. At the con- Today's Reflection I Is there any nicer feeling in tnls world than that of being appreciat- ed? When it is sincerely expressed. is warms the cockles of the heart and gives one the warm glow that goes Vsth accomplishing sometiun? worth-while, it niay only be a- smart frock or becoming hat, a. well-cooked Msjor Burnett; PJN.G. clab J -nss and cernficatss she already 12. thsir rsgolar moatalyihas. She graduated in arcMrecrure ia 1940. look a raaster's degree ia the ___ is subject two years later and! B- a. "she Itfae iromeasurable value of those found nme to alcS up a civfl ana- aparecianve words! Why are they don licence, a" teachers ic. music gT-ri a secretarial cipioma. Eer fnends say she also can. coot. to the of the colm 3 to Canada, to, i Audrev rellowes Sowley. widow of elusion o: a social hoar Lt-Col Joan Rower, TXS.O.. of Ot- followed wnen Mrs. WHiam Cockell rawa who was kJled 3a action on j peaneo at tne tea taale and tae iha aaiae Apnl 15, 1S45, leading his was assisted in serving tae North Snore New'Brunswick regi- meiK ia an aizack. Date and place of the wedding has aot beea decided. Mr. MacDonald now is en route to take over the of governor- general of Malaya. irf Uie almost halted their Winnipeg mo- iocil la charge of Medi- to Caa- cme Hat's nat-onal dothing drive afis IH-H- last fall. Tae coming clothing dnve' in Juae wdl be arranged fcr. The Anna Carbert Chapter I held its regular business meeting oa Friday at the home of Mrs. S. 3. Brough. The work convener report- ed a quantity of knitting aad sev- __ ___________ eral layettes "forwarded to Sdmon- j gV "prograrcs toa. Several layettes were seat forS'Bir} examined during "the sit- espected 10 last 10 days. The Canadian delegation includes Eerbert Dresden! of the Canadiaa Federation of Agncul- ture. is expected io be a lead- ins speaker as represeatative of I the largest Canadian farm group. ing this week to consider establisn- ment of an international producers organization representative of 30 couatnes. Common problems of all farmers will be studied and the May Take 20 Provide Adequate Housing In Canada BEGIXA, May G. Eoose, Warutse Housing Limited said here yesterday that it may take from 15 to 2C- years to provide adequate housing in Can- ada. Here to make a survey regarding Hegmas application for 300 more houses, Mr. Eoose said the builcung supply situation Is more critical now than it iras in 1945. 25r. Hoose said the answer to any criticism to wartime housing pro- jects was that "we would gladly stoa building houses tomorrow and leaie the field to private enterprise were it not for the fact that we have an obligation to the veteran to assist, him in finding low-rental ac- modauon." the DATE BUEEATJ BOSS GETS CAtFGHT NSW TOHK, May Merncfc, who conducts one of Maa- riattan's busier "social contact" bureaus, Jsad seen SO of lier clind dates blossom into wsdlock. Then a stranger called, no one handy, he irsisted and the boss, herself, wem out to cnmer. Sue settled back to work after a honeymoon trip to Canada, ner new husband, Stanley Wood Blake, w31 oaen z. branch office, she said. withheld when tney nave seen rruly earned? Because we ere too selusn to acknowledge that someone else lias something worth-while' Are we afraid they w21 become too self-satisfied? There is a great deal In Police Court Sines g-ifi costs amounteg to S212 were raid into city police court Mon- dav mormng as penalties were im- more danger In one's loss of heart} posed ny Magistrate 3en Mepcate L n 3F It'l OT in tryiag accomplish if of encouragement are not forthcoming Don't be sangy ia TOUT praise of fhiags weH KOW ITS AIR DIVES FOR TVHOOPEfG COtiGH Are You a Sufferer From Rheumatic Pains? These pairs conie from an jnSammation ia jthe moscles aadsre generally caused by a deposit of poison in the blood. csEed uric add -wiiti produces the itt.- peiaM rhat causes many days aaa -iigtirM heavy -with pain- Daring the past 60 -rears Canadiaa people hsve found tkst by punrying the blood stream, Bnrdock Blood Enters aids tiem to enjoy ireer body movemeait irith less rheumatic pam, as B. B. B. helps to toae up the system snA clear up the uric acid ia tie blood, and probably help f orafy -the system future attacks. Price 81.00 a bottle at fS. drag cotintsrs. Tis T. HHbffia Ijrateii, Tornatc, Oat. civiag steeply towards tae Erouad proved successful ia TO cases. George Derbyshire, pilot, .id it first for the I8-moatriS-old of a fnead. Now he has tzied t successfully for his 11-year-old oa. Tie cnlLd coughed as the laae gamed height, but at een the coughing ceasea. After steep descent tiie boy ap- seared to be cured. HORACE LAPP I "POET 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 against no less 13 Souta birtaas for various infractions. Havjrg licnior uniawfully la other fhap their anvate residence brought a Sae of S20 and SS costs to James Simpson of Medicme Seatoa Dickoxit of jjeta- ' Forsytn of McClure of guests fay her aiothsr, Mrs. M.J Pedersoa. Mrs. T. J. Taylor wss hostess oa Priday whea she eatertamed at a trossean tea in iioaor of her daugh- ter. Miss 521eea. whose marriage to Mr. Douglas Culaaia takes place ia Toronto ia Juae. Little Dotamy G-rgifta-q a-in Mary Charlotte Hel- mer attended the door. Guests were i received by Mrs. Tavlor aad Miss IHeer-. At the tea table, handsomely arranged with a lace cloth, aad I ceaterpiece of pink svreetpeas ia a' t crystal bowl, Mrs. P. E. Wootea and Mrs. J. S. Patterson poured. As- gisting in serving the guests were Mssdames A. J. Marshall, D. S Havrtaome, Lyle Wyatt, Sric Aas- ley and 'K. C. Mackenzie. Mrs. A. S.'Lockwood invited the guests lato the daiiag rooax Ths trosseau was displayed oy Mrs. Walter Sauaders, Mrs. George Graham and Miss Hawthorne. Miss Taylor was at the eveaiag to a Make Your Paint Dollars Go Further By Using Canada Paint Products Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 K: 55 chile with whoopmg cough offence Sldnev Vices to 3. height of feet and. of'Lethbridge was Snea S20 with- Woman's Sun Dress ft TRIANON Thursday May 23rd Admission