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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1946 Mayor Officiates Special Awards And Scholarships Presented At Closinc Festival Sessioi Monica Eagle, Calgary. Her marks were 89-90. GeraJdme James second with. 78-79 marks. The contestant is a line perform- I er and showed strength, -warmth land intelligence in ber playing. In class 60. soprano, under 22. Mr. Goldsbrough said. "I don't, mind a bit tying tvko such fine singers." Anne Tanner received 85-84 and Esther Robinson, 86-83. Anne never {quite foaati herself aad her voice tchool, was second with 87. Bill Stevenett. Calgary, played, the clarinet quire %ell. with a. lively! rhythm, wood amateur, re- j cefved a mark of 84. Brass, ama- teur. won by Grant Erickson. i Stirling, is-ith 85. Ee produced a j sweet tens and played neatly and M ADDITIONAL POUNDS SpcrKraen flyirg to the fishing skiing wonder-spis o. _ _- isav carry pounds' of wthou' charge June _is. Richard A. D.ek. general ser cf Western Air Lnes, art- lay. The- allowance --------gcrs. luting __ or otter sports eQuipmen.. ne said, was in sedition to is- pres- ent allowance of 40 pounds ct free bagsaee for cassengers on Western Air Lines planes. Westerns increased schedules as new four- motored slanes are receded South Dakota's shoousg areas, the Soc" fishing and sea fishing aecessia': the ration AT DROIHELLER Lethbridse Kinsmen Cl'-ft is rep- resented at. the D--stnct No. 4 con- vention o: Kicsrren Clubs at Drax.- bs'-'e- or. May 24 and 25 by Presi- J. S. Lakie. C- Hhyasoa, 3. W. Peake and H. H. CLYBES EXPORTED Eevea ycuag horses have been exported to Sonors. Calif, fcr use en the Csstragssse and fcr show in California iaiis. Ore was the grand chaai- Dion mare from the rece-ct Calgary show shown by James Thompson of Midiiapore. rignt were "T Clydssea-e owned bv Lacombe expensseatal Montreal Toronto Winnipeg Brasccn Hegina MD3Se JS'iT Saskatoon _ Lethhricge Calgary Sdsorrori Yietcns. Forfcast 33 S3 44 50 43 52 41 33 40 55 52 FIKE CALLS A short circtilt in "1 ed a 22. the was a concert, bv a few piano dues, with "SS marks. The i j Awards cf SSO scholarships were provincial president, of the festival, spoke j briefly expressing appreciation to and the' j SdjUdl- aage Scholarship, vadult ShacSileford ex- pressing the thanks of the com- munity to all responsible lor the 1 glove com dshield. ;on_ on Saturday gasoline 1 Scnroeter. Sdmon- MiUs Scholarship. south Low at noticed by a j k cor.tirr.i-' coafied the department. Sand I Swan, Card- SieTwr ho- except is, At 4.32 S.TS. on saturay Scholarship. "poke valueof the per hocr.i leaking from an and woodwind or S'e and une 45 sng outside tiie Alessr.dra note! j Ciaella. Calgary. fMTrSSi-hteh to K ti.ho i-rnj-r-i. lesui-ais wsicn veip 10 arfi southwest 25 Sunday. Low at, Medicine Hat tcrrgh: 55. oni Suncay S3. Announcements DR. O. A. HTLAX03 must be stored in post offices, it has I been found necessary to linit the to one pouiid. Phone (Set ye: i bookj. Trcz. Mrs. McLean's Dining Room Snlarsed. redecorated ard with a _ew entrance, be ready on Monday to accommodate a few Tne i more people who esyoj, good, bv I_'some horr.e-copked icoc. Wiic a Moon Calif.. I competes; we shsii be able :o Rail Service Affected By Strike The rai! situation in the U.S. is not passenger traf- fic to anv aopreciable extern. H. G. Strewn. ticke; here. Bui people are warned against travelling beyond the bor- Special Awards The Patrick to the competitor gaining the highest, usimber cf marks ia Primary In- classes, won by Pearlman, cf Calgary. Sdmontoi Association Shield in the classes for mstniaieKtai music of certain ages won by Dolly Thachuk. Ed- monton, and David Calgary. TT i Taj competitive festivals which help to give the citv a souL He said music gives icore" pleasure to more peo- ple than any other art referring to it as a universal iapsuage. He agreed with the adjudicators, Sid- nev Harrison and Arnold Golds- brough, that the city should pull uo its socks and build today for a better tomorrow. Thursday Afternoon Thursday afternoon was the first M- time sessions of the Alberta Fro- ier. vincial Festival that top honors shared by two contestants. In .UUA--- Highest marks :n the iniermediate classes for instrumental music, won bv Monica Engie of Calgary. Edmonton Musicians Association Shield marks in the senior classes for instrumental music, won by Mary Gusella of Cal- garv. Stutchbury by Ber- niece McBeth of Edmonton. Award- WJ l A C ft STEVE'S AT 4 V 3> 9 AN EASY NUMBER TO REMEMBER STEVE'S TAXISODA NEWS STAND Next Door to Bus Station Orders for the week commencing j May 27, Ships Company will parade at the Snip on Monday, May 27. Fall in: 1915. Rig of the day: B3ues wsth cream flannels, and lanyards. Training as per syllabus. Coaldale Platoon wiU parade at Monday, poiri j U-S.-faour-e mails. I Mp.ils addressed to points in i Arizona, Colorado, Idaho. Montana, I Nevada. New Mexico. Utah and Wvoming are all being disnatched in this fashion through Lethbridge to Great Falls. From that point on it will be up to the TJ S. post office department to arrange for delivery. I All second and third class mails j and parcel post are being held in the Dominion until the present rail- way strike is settled. As these mails ity Hall in at 1845 and proceed to Lethbndge. Rig of the day: Blues with cream flar.r.els and larsyards. Traming as per syllabus. Coaldale Platoon will parade at the Community Hall, Coaldale, on Thursday, May 30. Pall in: 1930. Rig of the day: Blues with cream flannels and lanyards. Training as per syllabus. Lieut. N. Phillips, Tramin? Officer, for Lieut. H. A. Arnold, R.C.S.C.C. "Chinook" s PI [RVIC 1SONN And Their Wives Are Invited to meet representa- tives of oar committee at the Y.M.C.A. any Thursday between the hours of 8 and pjn. Our committee mil be glad to nelp you in any way possible, Leihbridge Rehabilitation Committee I Some of the most widely-known Chinese dishes are Chop Sney, Chow Mein, Sweet and Sour Spare Ribs, which is made from succulent and ritamin rich bean sprout, mushrooms and fresh vegetables, and flavored with young chi- cken. Stop at the Mandarin or phone in for an order of delicious Chinese dishes to take home. You Can Build This Home Now No Delay No Waste Economical A complete house promptly shipped in one carload from Vancouver, including windows, doors, flooring, shingles, everything. All pre- cut. fitted, bundled and plainly marked, ready to assemble. Similar to illustration above or several other p'-ans to choose from. Can be easily erected by the average man in a few weeks spare time. "Write, phone or call in at Alberta Lumber Products Co. 2018 Second Ave. South Phone 3018 PHONE 4054 FOR PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE TO ALL MAKES OF WASHING MACHINES VACUUM CLEANERS FLOOR POLISHERS ELECTRIC IRONERS Full Line of Beatty Parts Always on Hand SAME make of Appliances SAME Manager for eighteen years SAME Stor IT WILL PAY YOU TO WAIT FOR A BEATTY BEATTY WASHER SALES SERVICE 409 FIFTH STREET S. JEWS PA PER I NFWSPAPFR! ;