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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Mark may get title The Herald- Family So might live in peace Remembrance child's view Remembrance Day Isn't happy and gay The mothers and fathers cried For all the brave sons who died All the soldiers were so fearless and Now in Flanders Fields they he in their graves Some that have returned home Are blind and deaf and all alone But the sad memories still linger on forever more by Laurel Ostrom R. W. Y. snd Modern Uphobtcrmf HI Ave South Phone 321-5257 Anytime Open 6pm to 9 p m Weekdays WALTER YACYSHYN ALASTAIR MONT Family Counsellor Announces Independent Private Practice in Marriage and Family Therapy APPOINTMENTS PHONE 327-8946 I just want to A poem of Remembrance Day When everyone wears pop- pies bright and gay That remind us of the soldiers that died every day. We miss them every day not only on Remembrance Week No matter old or young and weak. All this week we think of the soldiers that died. Many mothers and fathers cry on Armistice For their sons who were laid away Do you hardly ever think of the brave dead7 Some of the soldiers were about to wed on Armistice Day we pray And that is my poem of Remembrance Day by Sheila Bennett s' Earl Nightingale Communications Prevents a Island Val Van De Wall SUCCESS SEMINAR Alberta NOVEMBER 17th and 1973 Mezzanine Floor EXHIBITION PAVILION 3401 6th Ave. LethbrWge Leland Val Van De Wall President Succees Seminar Ltd. President Earl Nightingale Communications of Canada PROGRAM SESSION The Beginning of New Wealth for You and Your Business SESSION How to Solve Your and Create the Changes You Desire. SESSION How to Determine Where You are Going and Guarantee Yoursetf to Reach Your Goal. How to Absolutely Guarantee Your Success. For furthoi Information contact. Erwin and Dorothy Dyck 328-3140 Johnny Martens 345-3933 John and Linda Buhler 345-4882 Omer and Verdella Lalonde 327-0129 On Remembrance Day we honour the soldiers Who went to war with a knapsack on their shoulders We wear them red for the blood they shed We put the poppies on their ground bed We remember the men that for freedom bled by Kim Henderson THE meaning of Remem- brance Day is brought to life through these poems submitted by Grade 5 students at Gilbert Paterson School The students express the feelings of those who have those who have lost loved ones and those of us who are here to enjoy the freedom of peace All poems were written by pupils of Emma J. Bokovoy. Remembrance day is a sad For the memory of the men who died for us that day The brave one's are buried with Some of them left children and their wives The poppies remind us of the blood shed each day Women and children weep for their loved ones That fell dead to the ground Some of the men barely sur- vived Are still in the hospital barely alive by David Atwood Armistice Day is both happy and sad But sometimes we just feel so glad That this day just might came to The greatest day of peace in history Armistice Day is to honor the dead While we are alive and well Poppies are bright and They tell the story of blood that brave men shed by Marilyn Peterson Some brave men went off to fight They battled all day and battled all night They killed and fought in a terrible And now it's called Ar- mistice Day Armistice Day is to honour the Who left their children and their wed These fearless men used guns and And now they he in Flanders Fields by Richard-Sera Armistice Day is to honor the dead In Flanders Fields they lay side by side They fought for our homes and our freedom The soldier fought and hoped to beat them We make wreaths and wear poppies red To remember them and the blood they shed I hope this day shall always live For the men that had something to give by Ricky Matteotti HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need HouMhoM Effects Call 32S-MSO Fw Pickup Service OR LEAVE AT 412 1at AVE. 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Mark is to after a stomach upset which confined him to bed as tie countdown begins to next week's highly- organized royal wedding who has been officially seconded to from his the 1st Queen's Dragoon had to cancel a public appearance Wednesday because of his ailment. back to normal a Buckingham Palace spokesman said when the Queen's press staff took the unusual course of calling a news conference after days of being with telephone queries from foreign journalists The palace spokesman said there is no indication Phillips will receive an earldom or other title before the wedding Nov 14 The Queen's 23-year- old daughter will therefore be known as Her Royal Highness The Princess Mrs Mark Phillips PLAIN MISTER If the captain does not re- ceive a title before the birth of their first the infant would be the first grandchild of a British sovereign to be ad- dressed as a commoner Prin- cess Margaret's husband be- came the Earl of Snowdon be- fore the birth of their first although he was plain Anthony Armstrong-Jones on the wedding day in 1960 Princess Alexandra's hus- Angus is the sec- ond son of an earl but has no title of his own and has never taken one Their James and have no ti- tles faces his first full-dress public appearance with Anne and her parents Saturday night when the Royal Family traditional- ly attends the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Albert culminating in a shower of poppy petals from the great domed for each fallen serviceman in both world wars WILL WATCH TOGETHER Anne and Mark will watch from a balcony Sunday as the Queen and Prince Philip place wreaths at the cenotaph in Whitehall at the Re- membrance Day service Sunday will be the last quiet day Anne and Mark will have before the complex wedding machinery moves into high gear On the following Nov the Queen and Prince Philip are throwing a dinner party for about 100 family and close followed by a re- ception for mostly friends and abbey which will be spread through all the state rooms of Buckingham Palace A band will play in the ballroom for those who want to dance After a final flurry of fit- tings and preparations Anne and Mark will slip quietly into Westminster closed to the a final rehearsal. Anne is having only one page and one her youngest Prince Edward and Lady Sarah Arm- Princess Margaret's both aged nine. BOWS TO IN-LAW Pnnce who will give his daughter is to wear a field-marshal's uniform instead of his customary ad- miral's a compliment to his new observers believe. Prince whose 25th birthday falls on Anne's wedding will wear his naval but he takes no special part in the wedding The bridegroom has chosen a regimental Capt Eric as best man Gov -Gen. and Mrs Roland Michener and Canadian High Commissioner J H Warren and his wife will be among the or so abbey but not as official representatives of Canada as this technically is not a state occasion The who arrive here Monday for a four-day have been invited as friends of the Queen All 30 Commonwealth high commis- sioners are but no for- eign for reasons of space and because it is not designated a state occasion. CROWDS WILL CHEER The newly-married couple will make the traditional ap- pearance to the crowds on the balcony of Buckingham Palace before the strictly- family wedding limited to about 140 guests At 4 p m on the wedding they leave by horse-drawn carnage on their switching at the Royal Chelsea home of the famed Chelsea to an anonymous automobile for the final lap to their secret wedding-night destination It will be m this Buckingham Palace staff but beyond that they remain tight-lipped All the discreet palace spokesman would say is that it is far for a carnage and from where they can get to London airport by 12 55 p m Thur- sday The newly-weds are scheduled to leave for Bar- COOKING EGGS Do not cook eggs in their shells in an aluminum pan because the metal will darken Use a stainless steel enamel or glass pan bados in the Caribbean aboard a regular commercial British Airways but they will have part of the first-class section set aside for them. At accompanied by Anne's detective and a they board the royal yacht Britannia for an 18-day honeymoon. LONG TRIP PLANNED From Dec when they dis- embark at the Galapagos to Dec. they will be undertaking official visiting Jamaica and Monserrat before flying home from An- tigua Dec 16 For six weeks from Nov the couple's wedding about 800 have come in to go on public display at St. James's Palace in London. Admission charges will go to charity Anne and Mark will not be moving into their home near Sandhurst military academy until the beginning of after the royal tour of Australia and New Zealand to coincide with the Com- monwealth Games UteeWhimsy 1 I if will tx1 nt llie ong nal art hib quote _SMuj_ygur ihijd s quoiaiion 10 this pdp r F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave A and 13th SI N Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. or 25C Each Three 7 Number JACKPOT Fnt Suits ind Frn brds DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money CNIdrM Mdir 16 not illowtd MARY QUANT COSMETICS Now At Lakeview Drugs Mayor Mac HOW TO RESTORE THE ORieHf At FINISH TO OED FURNITURE WITHOUT STRIPPING BRING BACK THE NATURAL BEAUTY OF THE WOOD FINISH THE IS fettWU SECRET IS f BIG NEWS FOR ANTIQUE LOVERS AND FURNITURE OWNERS... An old refinishmg process is now available for general use. It melts down the old SHELLAC or LACQUER on furniture Restores the original wood colour and grain7 LEARN HOW TO REPAIR CIGARETTE WATER RINGS AND SCRATCHES ON FURNITURE AT OUR CLINIC CONDUCTED BY MR. C. L. MASTER ANTIQUE RESTORER. Bring along some of your own furni- ture problems for Mr Hall to solve A a desk a jewel box or any other portable that can be used to demonstrate how easy it is to refinish old furniture the 18th Century way. DON'T MISS THIS SCHOOL TO BE HELD ON NOVEMBER 13th TWO CLINICS p.m. or p.m. CLINICS TO BE HELD AT ST. MICHAEL'S NURSES AUDITORIUM to be demonstrated by FERGUSON PAINT Ltd. Ttekvtt .VIH.M. at ttw doer or phono or 327-6398 ;