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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE TEE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wind-up Of League Of Nations FRUIT OF ITS WORK WILL LIVE ON IN U.N.O. UOSOQX, April so "-hat all 5or peace in the history of hu-, is transferrec. :e the cai.ec rcan yearning lor peace comes to uons. League of It must agree to turr: oier .o -.r.e men of Gene-, a who sur- league curies a-d thev "iiistence. _ leading bachelor, assumed a forlorn air, and mournfully exclaimed, "And iiere I am. Ezra, a lonely bachelor It seeras no one will me." -Think I can help you set a Ezra suggested hepeiuUy. cned the Major, pre- tending to be overjoyed a- the thought. I Szra clsnced about cautiousiy. o-jtrms bis lips close to the GLIDER LAUNCHED, PICKED UP IN MUSKOX SUPPLY TEST os. in the Ursted Nations. ea official agree the two w-eks'Nauons needs the _ Horary, wlaca JSk S- There sre erttectefi aatenal the be a- ps the r. Go v.here you Street Journal. THE RIGHT SETTING Whig-Standarc> Aiiarm Beach. Florida, has rs cemeteries, rac-stnal plants, street stations or srpers. is one of the in tne world. Thai just sho-as a bumper crop o: gooi co was r.ozorsous ss the vivace n. was liule she dia not ana she knew tne irmer eierv One mom- ie: ;he local builder in the XOS3.1AX Apnl tustcry was mace v hen a ghder was" launched and picked up, north of the Arctrc Circle, i It was used to drop at Exercise Muskox, left Mart. Feb. 15. has arrived at she hclt-way mark of its 3.100 nuie Arctic trek. bv Richard HOP- kins of Mich, and with co- E. EL Srcith of Quebec Coppermine, 100 miles north of' in Pans teas a verdict saagto be inat time, he decided he wanted to announced before raid-summer, be an engineer. Friday afternoon Other oxembers of Justice Jack- hen engine 2390 steamed into the r-oiaontoK the Arctic glider cat loose and cropped swiftsv to the snois.% landing with a new engine for a Muskox snocb.e A son's partv thought a Blight Calgary station from----------, be returned in September. Justice Mr. Scott climbed down from the Jackson is in Paris to give several I cab lor the last time, marking the leSureL or nearly 45 years' service with. __ tiie C.P.R. The first big contingent of Bri-j MONDAY, APRIL Close Beer Parlorl In 3 Ont. Counties for a iluskox minutes later it was again airborne. The snatch rig Tsorkms ;yrfectly. and an unevent- lul -svas made the IPrariSc- !in mountains to Coppermine. The arrival back here terminated seres ho-ir? and 28 Bainutes of spec- lact-iar The motorJess glider ivas hauled bv an AJV-P. aircraft, piloted by lieir" M G. Breirer of Charleston.' tisa troops to enter Japan since An expedition organized by the the British occupation began, land- Soviet Pacific 2eet and the Mari- ed at Kure. Japan. Saturday. They time Geographic Society will set included men of the Queen's Own j Ott shortly for Koraandorski Islands Cameron Highlanders and Gurk- the Bering Sea to look for 12 j who ranse j guns left behind by an expedition i organized by Vitus "Bering early in has. The arrivals, from Bombay. Singapore, irom isomoay. i orgamzeo ay vitus Bering eariy in Hong Kong brought the toial Bri- j 18th century. Bering's expedi- ash occupational forces to 5.000. j tion Gassed 1728 through the straits now named after him and i Definite decision on the re- the ship was wrecked. George Logan of Edmonton was on the routing of the Calgary-Banff high- to eliminate the Coclurane hill mill be made in about a week, Works Minister Vf-. A- Fallow said in Ed- GODERICH. Oat, April Thev rolled out the barrel for the last" time in Huron. Perth and Peel coaaUes Saturday night and then the beverage rooms were closed un- der provisions of the Canada Tem- perance Act. A recent ruling by the privy coun- eil which declared the act, -valid pre- j ceded the closing order. At Seaforta. where both hotels ran out of beer Friday, a group of hung blue crepe across a n entrance and affixed read: "At Rest." Kotelmen said they would "wait a. Highlights In The News possible the teua of cochrane might not have to be by-passed but this I would depend on the tee ea- gmeers finally selected. Years ago when he was 12 years 1 killed and hzs wife seriously Sunday whet- ifee car in which they were riding collided head-on with a Greyhound bus about four miles south of Lecuc. Calgary citv had a reduction in juvenile dehnquencv during 1945 as compared with 1944. and an increase ______________ he be- came British representative. Scores of others, howeier. who cerain "neutrals Ireland. Spain. S-s-ecen. Sr, r-zerianc. Pcnagal mag- her head' Th Carcuia: Tien. Srst Chir.-! duct, has been dlsmL-sed from the i Years ago when he was 12 vears i ccniparea wisn aiiu au aid, TV. Scott rode 90 miles on in child neglect, according to ihe horseback to see a train go by. At annual report oJ Fred Gardener. couole of months and see what the ju does" before stagusg for the return of beer superintendent of the children's aid department. There were 133 major cases, 122 boys and 11 girls as compared 161 major cases involving boys and four In 1S44. cardinal, has arrr-ed in Xew'. b> p2ace from Paris. WHERE CARS England. A Ford V-8 is ad-.ertaec a: Two new cases of smaUpos. de- __..n- bought a donkey fro. mate a coster took it oat on frouncs. Accost ai once :t w transfer some straight through a plate-giass the United Na- j dow. However, he said that the drop T -Ge-> Walie- 3 Smith, new the number of new cases did not American" warrant a slackening m vigilance. e- -ld economic ports on a run-in he had with the police court, effective Mdnday. there. He drove up Jan Masaryk. for Ciechoslopiia; British land gium assembl; Organiza' Some---- countries, reappearing oruv spora- cicaHv in the course of History: Edouird former premier of France: ilaxim Utvlnov. former j foreign minister of the Sowes Dn- ion; Leon Blum, former French j Carl J. Hatnbro of Korway. pres- Icens of the league assembly; broke uo to a fanfare of shells ana bombs is. December, 1939, will open the last meeting. EXD OWX LIFE; The lessue's main LEFT HAND CORNER (Corstta'aed1 from Front Page.) rr ia a certain Southern town the prize loafer of tee cpmtnutur? wen: away on a trip and returned a brand-new wife. {tsor remarked the May- bridegroom life. JUS or, meeting the n its j on the street, "so yi that the iy goiJy, I who -was the town's One million dollars worth of raw j _ to fill five_rreiaht cars. plant of the Sullivan: or. enough to make pails. CoaT'Miae st Svdney Mines. XS- of women's stockings-was discharg- vas destrcved bvfire Saturday with j ed from the Marine falcon, a steomshio from at Seattle., loss j to Hoboken, XJ, by fast; Former Governor llsrtin_ I... j freight. prirxipal and ir of McGill university.; the -personal i acterized cao- J aituries should >y Canada. the difficul; i The au clubs' of "the region in a attendant got smartly into -he car UTe-centavo and drove it off cown s-ree.. although ihsre room. in the ad.'osrdng parking" lot. Our j __ Arthur Hays Sulzberser publish- has i er oi the New York Times, Sunday "issuarce i'-nl of a-Declared Americans muse convince j the Russians they hive no designs oi i on them and are witling to ler them (.'i. _f if i retain their form of government if trill let Americans do the iozalar F.-ouz. propagan- the starter down. It tras a policv matter: Cadillacs. Un- ----were to same. The men make China's J money are on strike for more j monev The government bank note wrinters demanded Sstursay than their pav be pu: on a cost -of -living i starting --ith JCO-000 each FOR SALi BY TENDER SURPLUS AIRCRAFT woman m the post "vour mis- takes are getting too bad. My hus- band has gone to Newcastle on busi- ness and this morning I had a let- ter from. with a Brighton posi- mark." due in TfaVfay with more than 4001 indignant! Canadian personnel. had j OI- the dollars they prins been delayed by heavy weather. Trro former Hoval Canadian Xavy Bay and have been turned over to the Chil- ean, navr in Shelbume. by War Assets Corporation. vas drottned and an- One ar Assets Corporation offers for sale by tender a ncasber ot Crown-owned airiaft which have been declared surplus to Ac Canadian Armed Services' Their descnpuocs, dim- ensions and locations ate shown below. i TWO IX HIGH PLACES CLewis Kickolls m landon Canmg1 I remember, jast before the. Cor- _ X Albe on the Queens childhood. One of jori uie wes. coosi; oi "Anson" Funeral services will be held in Edmonton Tuesday for D. K. Mc- Ijean. 68, who died Friday. He was the son of the f irss Anglican bishop j of Saskatchewan. Besides his widow, i there survive a daughrer. a son and i three grandchildren, ail of Edoaon- j ton. i The Portland Creson. milk strike which withheld 80 per cent of the j Vancouver bottled rnflk supply from delivery in I was called" when the office of pries j 1 adrairiistranon refused to permit; __ IEE trte i -j.as congregation ci 700 filea nj-odacars to increase Dricss 20 cents i and now after vears of good ser-! quietl- of Theresa's Roman nee' he occupied the position of i Catholic church a- Sydney, fISCf- r IT! Vfii" I for butterfat. Twin asinrf low Tubnlar mead rsxbsc. raay 'ot of the following trpss: IX 51O H.P.; Jacobs 1 240 HJ? MTiirlwaid RS75-11. 420 HJ. Dtatnsoas. length 4i34 h (to up of 13'; -wmS m -.-aznt SS99 to 62S5 ptnmds. "Bolingbroke head gardener. He told nie a lot; about th ________, Queen she was she- asea to ciimfa trees and go riding bare- back in the park with ihe boys ci the slip over to the farm to j try by an altar rucg." Frank: Vincent LOK iiliiiiii UkCi j OlQ. get a elass of milk from, the skull -irhen he fell and rid the greenhouses; interest- high pile cf lumber ice little things like that. the ves- j unknown gunman -who shot 5 i asd serio-jslv wcunaed Julian Sor- i villa 25, in Edmonton, on Thtrrsday 45-year' I said to Donald, 'little did TOU ihink, I expect, that one dav that little girl who nsed to raid your greenhouses was going to be- zugn I'Jtis Ui a.u Construction Co.'s yard L and died m hospital. 3T. large, police have repors- sun-ilia Vas shot in the chess aa arsuinen: DetTreen he and g companions over the pur- Hun over by a box car after his corae Queen of England, did j day Donald thought it over for a rain- j m.st j "become lodged in a rail- Sre of undetermined j W2V Strjtch. Michael Harrow. 30. Ca- Pacific Railwar switchman. origin caused heavy damage Sun- j it UatJiilli to the paint, cement and var- j hostsital at i; Uilv IU fcilC jjdij-ll., j CUeG Hi lilASUiiXll Ab plan; of Heardon Company, jieft arm and left J ute. At last; he nodded his head and i Ltd.. of Square, near tne j rhe accident. spoke: he said. "True. But! iiontreal waterfroni. snhirns-c- msht. then, ye ken, at that; time I >g were severea t ,-hich occurred late i think "thas one cay I was going to become the head gardener." Saturday rught. Emile -Joseph Gauthier of Ter- Twin ecdnei low CSaoIerec oiOxiopiAne. Meul cctJKrncxioa. Resractable csdercarrijpe- Two 12, ._. j. eigs. aoerec OKd -agi- Xeroar SiS H.P. Xhmensioas, Jeaph 42' ipas 56' weslK S963 poacdj. "Lysander" Srarie eopotd high inns roonoptece. fusclzie. Braced fabric covcrSi aitul Tc'sags. fixed undercarriage. One (I) Bristol Mrrcury ttsfsae. 790 H.P. JO' hcght 14' spia SO Siore than 500 delegates from sli parts of the Dominion are expected charge of carnal knowledge, police _ annoiroc Dr. Vaclav Crra. former editor-in- _ere not chief of the newspaper Xarodci Po- DEVELOP IXDCSTRT IX SASKATCHEWAN 51SGINA. April Minister J. i.. Phelos told the legis- lature Saturday thac Saskatchewan's C.pJP. government -was irxvestigat- 1225 "e-very avenue "wnth a. to additional and research viction of collaborating the in such ventures as utilization of Xazis. tunber products, o5 lig- nite coal, wider use ducts and expansion j Turkey and Iraq. li" -vcill become Police in Toronto arrested Arthur s erlsetrre as soon as it is ratified by of both countries. annwinced Details of the charge Armed Japanese ships are roam- ing beyond home vraters again, but thev are searching only for -whales. Tsrel-ve small vessels. -Kith Maj. T. G. Irvir.e, JLti j Marshall, 39. of Toronto, on charges of representing himself as an agent of War Assets Corpprarion. Police allege Marshall took orders and rormer Bruisn army i accepted in cash for delivery j marshal at Haraburi of army cars and tracks he said he who pleaded guilty a; had for sale. martial to eight char; a recent, martial to eight caarges of imscon- _ t Sduard 3enes said In i t-nere vould be no major war I f or the next 30 or 40 years because sO-year-ola power realized that a end in social i which would bring on redictable chain of events. '-M "Oxford" eagiced monoplane. Scnu-monoocxroe wtxxieri fa- Czaalevsr -o-ooden Retractable caderamaire. Cherssn X ZK H.P. ensmes. Difflossi'oci, liasdi 35' hngh: 15' f-T 53' -weisbr. 55W pounds. SP1D LOCATION 6- At Caizarv, Alia. Ansan. Ljiaader. Oxford. Al Anson. At Claresholai. At MacLeod, Aasoa, At Vulcan, Amoa. At Bowdcn, Ansoo. These aircraft sre la OTairworzby and noa-Hcenseablc coaditson and tie bevond ecoootnical repair. Tlxj ire to ttie public Kticsiy ior riieir ulrage and parts or corapontna disraacded or roaorcd Jrosn ibesa DOS: not be toed in hccajed aircrjlt. Some are equipfwd eacces aod oiber corapoaeats and of oAtn only the aiifraoKi Jeoiam, Purdiasen isas remore ifagir ia the from die -gftlhia ooc of cooTpieaon of sale. Thssc aircraft be sold on an "as is" basis. Upon kccrnn jrror for specific rtpcs of aircraft (rrpe. or wnhcui engmes. esc.) to sbe A.rcraft Knsioa of Me Corporation K the address or to die Branch Ofi.ce at 515. Sth ATmte West. Caljity. Alia., arrasgesceau will taea be zude for yocr laspecooa at the snosr, convtoient depot. Bids received oa one of racre aircrifc. A cfcegae or drsfi in the value of of the render ones, cxade pavab'e to War Assets Corporation, ciust be foraarded tije teader xa a. sealed envelope, pjainly znsrked: TENDER No. A-7-9 FOR {STATi AND QUANTITY OF AltCtAFT) AT (STATE LOCATION) addressed (o Ac Secretary, War Assets Corporation, 4095 St, Ttst, Montreal 6. Qoe., P.O. Sox 6S99. Tenders cSoie at 12 o'docfc ooon. Ear-cm Standard Time, MOJTDAY, APRIL 15, 1946. Tenders receiTd alter clojicg time czcnot be considered. The highest or ttoea auy not necessaniy be accepted. CJieoaes ot bzsk Of. fioraea to cnst-ccessfai tenderers. WAR ASSETS CORPORATION 4095 St. Catherine Street, West, Montreal 6, P.O. P.O. itx 6098 BEIair 3771 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Fast dailv service via Great Falls Salt Lake City LAS VEGAS DEATH VALLEY PALM SPRINGS Fly to America's premier winter resorts BILLINGS CHEYENNE DENVER Fast dailv service in Douglas luxury liners Reservations: MARQUIS HOTEL PHONE: 3971 And fuiZxrizcd air iTisiel aienis The birth of quadruplets, i three boys and a girl, in the town of Apiada De Yarer, Ori- ente iirovince. Cuba, has been i reported to the minister of pub- lie welfare, who ordered medi- cal and financial aid sent to the i town. Dr. R. C. Wallace, principal of] Queen's University. Kingston. Ont.. j told a Queen's alumni meeting that i Canada is the most important nation in the world today because she is kin to Britain, cousin to the United i States, and geoeraprucally a neigh- bor to Sovies Russia. j The Naval i of Car.sca held its first Dominion j convention in Toronto with the ob- ject of not only givir-.- naval vet-] crarss "a cnarsce to talk a common j lansrasae" b-j: to work for their social and incivsduai welfare, Hundreds of tons of Alaska's 1945 EP-CS must, be "dumped in the! for lack of a market. Mar-; ketizsg agents sn Anchorage say the j crop was unusually good last year and the uneswecled end of the war-] brought an jnurieciate reduction in the army market. j 3 Bob Donald of Toronto didn't even wake up nhen a motor truck crashed into" house and then inade off at high speed. The truck crashed into the wall of the room beneath the or.e in which Donald was sleecing. "Window-frames were 1 knocked "out ar.d bncks and mortars j scattered. i A 22-year-old -Reman FerTiands i pieaeJsd when ar- raigned before Judge T. A. For.- taine in Montreal on a charge of resisting a police officer. She was charged in connection with minor disturbances re.mltng from the 1 strike of National Breweries Limited j in Montreal. TUESDAY SHOPPING STORE HOURS: ajn. to pjn. Saturday ajn. to 6 pjn. Wednesday run. to 1 pjn. Information Phone 3727. NEWS Boys' Smart SWEATERS SLEEVELESS PULLOVERS Knit from cot- ton and wool yams in V-neck style. Plain shades of beige or green. Sizes small, me- dium and large... A favorite for school wear! BOYS' DRESSY TWO-PIECE SUITS In Herringbone Tweeds Excellent value here for thrift-wise parents with young sons to outfit for spring! These good-looking suits have been well tailored from durable cotton and tweeds and include a three- button style jacket with flap pockets and cotton one pair of longs. Brown or blue mixtures. Sizes 6 to 10 Tears.. 2-Diece MEN'S GABARDINE JACKETS An Ideal Garment for Spring! The type of jacket that is equally suitable for golf and sportswear, or for school or work Nicely tailored from good grade cotton gabardine in zipper-front style with two flap pockets, polo collar and part elastic waist in back or elastic waist in front. Beige, maroon or green in sizes 34 to 42. Each ziDper-iront style witii two Men's Main Floor. Women's Pretty BED'JACKETS Dainfa- bed iacgu OH COLtuiJ. large. Each- MEN'S "WILLIAMS" WORK BOOTS Better quality work boots lasted !n Blucher style black calf leather uppers, plain hard toes, bellow tongues, leather soles and rubber heels. Sizes fi to II. D and EE Tridths. Floor. MEN'S COMFORTABLE SLIPPERS With Zipper Fasteners arid Wedge Heels Your choice of black or brown in these stylish house slippers Soft lea- ther uppers with solid wedge zipper front fastening and leather soles. Nicely finished inside. Sizes 6 to 11. Pair Second Floor. Justice Robert Jackson. United States prosecutor as the Nuernberg war crimes trial, said on his arrival I CLEARANCE NECKWEAR PRICE! Dainty wbite collars in rayon sheer, cotton pinue or ana tailoretL Half Price, 5Oc SCARVES Colorful r a r o n sheer scarves printed In floral designs with cr hand rolled edges. EATON'S, i Floor. EATON'S SEED SECTION GLADIOLUS BULBS No. 1 size. Jscla Bella, Aflame, Debonair, South Port. -Mis? New Zealand, Moneta, Green Ught, and inariy other popular and newer varieties. Dozen, from ONION SETS, No. 1 grade, pound 25c SWEET PEA COLLECTIONS, contains 8 varieties, package 2SC ANNUAL FLOWER SEED COLLECTION, 12 regular size packages' 30c Main Floor T EATON wES-rerRM BRANCH STORE NEWSPAPER! ;