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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 20, 1S46 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FAtiE NINE Milk River Man Wins Gold Medal .Glee Club Band Heard At Ckresholm Meet Czechs Will Go To Polls Sunday CLARESHOLM- The United Church Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. R. G. Wood on Thursdav afternoon with 25 mem- bers and visitors present. Among the vaiiotis items of business was the decision bv the meeting to join the Medicine "Hat Presbytery Wo- men's Association when they meet to organize next month. The pres- ident, Mrs. WaUwork, gave an ac- count of the meeting which several had attended as delegates. The members were very pleased to wel- come back to their midst Mrs. A. Mack, who has been in Florida for the past year. VISITORS IN B.C. SOUTH MACLEOD. IHNS) Mr. and Mrs. Victor Barr left last Friday morning for Kitchener. B.C., to visit their daughter and son-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. B. Loyst. They were accompanied by Mrs. Barr. Sr who visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arcy Simpson. What is LANTIGEN? lanugen specially prepared vaccine mad has been used successfully in the treatment of Tarious diseases. __ Lantigea is not a patent medicine. Laotigen is a bacterial vaccine in a dissoUed state, a devoid of and safe to lake. Lanugen is a natural aid. It is produced from the bacteria which are peculiar to the par- ticular disease requiring treatment. In the preparation of Lanugen the organisms are destroyed process of dissolution thus releasing the active principles from the bacterial bodies. Being in a completely dissolved Kate vaccine is operative locally by absorption into the tissues _of the tongue, tonsils, throat, and the in- testinal tract and is further operative by- means of its distribution throughout the system. More than 150.OOO people in Australia have enjoyed relief from the distressing affects of catarrh and allied conditions. Dissolved Vaccine to ie liken by month Organs iffectH ly Catarrhal Poisons J MAIL THIS COUPON TO-DAY Ltnuttn obtainable Stores. H your dmxgiit U cut of stock, mail thia ctnyea direct to: LANTIGE3T LABORATORIES. ___ 12 WCKMO3D ST. TOROHTO 1. OJTT. OR 500 CAMBIE STRICT. VANCOUVER, B.C. HONOR. RECENT BRIBE IRON SPRINGS. CHKS) Thirtv ladies gathered at the home of Mrs Jas. Reed last Monday af- ternoon to honor Mrs. Alex Cos. a recent bride. The bride received Tngnr attractive gifts and was as- sisted in opening by her sister, Mrs. Clarence Borggarc. Dear Sirs: Please scad for the treatment ef---- For wKica I enclose Rase------------------ Addreia-------------------- Citr or Towa_ Tbe same at or anal Dracpiitis. If JOB want fcrther infoisaticnt Tnite us. Price PER BOTTLE AN EMINENT PHYSICIAN Writiag in the "British Medical speaks as follows in the issue of January 15, 1936: "In mj experience, the oral antigens have been mostij employed for cases of Catarrhal infections, rheumatic con- ditions and catarrhal emerocolitis. Clinical response has been quite definitely marked." This important statement, howerer, heralds the dawn of a great release for Caorrhal sufferers. DO THIS TODAY! Go to jour Druggist and get details about the LANTIGEN' treatment will be most effecriTe in your case, and which will help to preTeat a recurrence of this complaint; DISTRIBUTORS: MALTIT MOTH EXS LTD. 5 Iwi Art, Tmte 1ARHAM t SANDS W It, Vawnr J. WASSON Ui SMI MM, IU. LYUUirS UNITED M St Mahal 5 LANTIGEN LAVTIGtN LAWLIGEN LANTIGEN LANTIGEN 2 "Thev said cried Teeter Peter. quietly. "Sand- pipers don't nest in trees; they nest on the ground. You do your- self. You know you do." "Is that a reason why my cousins must? Well, ic retorted Teeter. "There are exceptions to family ways in every family I guess. There is in your family. Peter In the Sunny South J I have seen your cousin. Marsh Eabbit, enjoying swimming as much as Jerry Muskrat does here in the Smiling Pool. Solitary Sand- nipers are the exception in my family. They nest in trees or bashes and thev. use the old nests of other birds. So there! Peet- weet, Teeter flew away up Laughing Brook. (Copyright, 1946, by T. W. Burgess) GERMAN OFFICERS GO INTO RED AK3IT BERLIN. May The Russians are incorporating many former German army officers into the Red army, it was learned Saturdav night. They include many men who were prisoners of war in the United States and British zones. German officers have been allowed to go back to their homes in the Russian zone, it was said. On cross- ing the zonal frontiers, they were arrested, taken to "quarantine camps" and asked if they will join the Red army. Those who agree, it is understood, receive preferential treatment. International Farmers' Parley I.-OXDON. May Cable.) of 31 countries held in- formal talks today prior to the formal opening tomorrow of an in- ternational farmers conference at which they will seek formation of an "international federation of agri- cultural producers." The meeting of about 200 repre- sentatives will be at Church House, Westminster. James Turner, presi- dent of the National Farmers Union of the United Kingdom, said the conference's object is to establish a permanent organizaUon for ex- change of views betsreen nroducers. first of the United Nations and ulti- mately of all countries. Herbert Hannam, president of the Canadian Federation of Agricul- ture, is leader of the Canadian dele- gation of 13 executives of farm or- ganizations. A number of the Ca- nadians said alter a week's tour of some of the best farms in southern England, arranged by the N.F.U.. that they were impressed with the development of mechanized fanning in the United Kingdom which in some respects was la advance of Canada. L. P. Mclntosh, Saskatchewan co- operative minister, and D. L. Camp- bell, Manitoba agriculture minister, are among the Canadians who will attend the conference. Through establishment of a perm- anent organization for exchange of views, the proposed feaeration would seek to avoid world over- production in some products and shortages In others. The proposed organization would be complemen- tary to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. CARDSTOS XOTES and Mrs. D. L. Knoll of Cardston were happily surprised recently when their son-in-law. Rev. H. D. Hen- riksen of Oshawa, Ontario, arrived for a brief visit. TJ..-Col. Man-in D. Knoll. MJX D.N.B.. of Los Angeles, is here visit- ing with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Knoll. Subsidy Removal Definite Betrayal Consumer the People's Co-operative Limited in a statement that the federal govern-; meat's removal of the two-cent consumer subsidy on mrt'c was "a definite betraval of consumer in- terests and a deliberate move ia the direction of inflation-" The co-operative claims a mem- i bership of snore than. 2.000 in greater Winnioeg and sponsored the j organization of a housewives con- sumers association here this month, j Payment of the subsidy had been' part ol definite government policy of keeping down the cost of living; encouraging mfik consump- tion and improving nutnticisal standards te. order to build healthier nation in. time of war. "The necessity of this policy, lor exactly the same there Is no Justification, fcsr the government's removal of this sub- sidy." CHAMWOX NOTES CHAMPION- (ESS> Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Stewars are new la %Ttiy River for an indefinite tiaie- The Unifed Church choir recently presented M'ss Eazei Rhodes with. a gift on the occasion of her forth- coming marriage. The next story: "live and Learn." CJOC Daily Programs 1000 KCS. MONDAY, MAY 20 of Good Cheer. O'clock Favorites. and Local News. and Romance. Theatre. News Summary. Round-up. We Have. Cavalcade. House. Sereuadeis. of Music. Jones. Patterns. Report World News. the Court House. Low. Ramblings. Serenade. Orchestra. OFF. and from ITCHING-BURNING PILES and do nofhinq abouf it Here is ibe eabance for ererv person fo Canada from paiafcl i promise of a Srza to cost of the package if yon not satfafigd j wrth resells. _ i Simply po aad iret a j bottle of Hera-Rosa and directed. TCESBAY. MAY 21 Upper Club. News. Upper Club. Moments. Report Momir.g Melodies. Wife. Linton Stories Life. fc the Alrlanes, in the WUdwood. Club. Crystal Calendar. Happy Gang. To Be. of Life. 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