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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL Social Crediters Put Communism, Fascism, Socialism In Same Bag tea warned the csy. In. ihe interrsl, celega-es t heard addresses from she leaser. Solon Low. and the presidents of the Bnusa Alberta and Quebec- branches. r. Low saic Communism Psse- ptedged ine ssiociasioa woald ccn its Sgfci against tnem. JLt Patching Has Praise For People Great Britain i Highlights In The News e ssud. -We will machines now a Qaebec-" Mai. A. H. Juies of B C, "aKacked tie Bnssh Colsrdbja Coslitioe Corcniiltee as a ;-to-embarrass-------'------ v strauon J3.-JU-J jO'fiPC. the C C.F. party for "Great Hordes" of "campaigners" BC.'s provincial election campaign last October. a H. JONG Estah. in Canada K ycars. iJS S17A 1st St. El. try. Alta. C3v The Canadian Press) Xew Bennett, 52. for 40 >ears music cntic of tne the Xew York American. Its: review spoeared ir. jestercsj MontresjP-Jear: ST. preil- o: the Paser Corn- i Ignited, an exrcutne of the Cansdian PaJ? and Paper I -son anc vice-presicer.! of the Pro- Bark of Canada. TVilham Gorcon. gp tolcer cf tne Ser- vice Orcer and tse Conduct ilecal the South i Air-csr1 and the First, Great, war. He well Isown in sporarig cir- -cles. '-tisation over the es-! Roy Morseth was re-elected gor- AndeSol sister of the late actress, accepted S3.S70_in_setile- Mataroa has dock- ed in Halifax carrjing 927 sun-tan- nee members of the Rifles no oce and notions suspicious. Tnere was no sound But that of aie rushing water. Tbere was nothing to him at possJale danger, not a toing But uus cida't mate Paady and Mrs. Paxsoy acj the -aaich- Hamilton Tigers Upset Montreal rsent of her ciaias for afternoon classes, :a protest against college rule. th en tae cantpjs The boars o. C.-, J3ltise ceilings" is recujrs of tne coJcge, an relations commit- cal said they .aa-e f Canadian Mamzfactsirers the siiiaents' plea uzaer coasidera-. repealed in Ham- I iltcn, foUouins a reeetmg of the C ALA. executive council, itelr 44 persons were in j hosD-ia! in Caraaen. Ark, poUce iiEMhs Higrey. 49. of almost sure to be lurfcuig. -I that started _, i Tigers grabbed the oSecsne at _ joag enough to ask. 1 She opening face-off and fought and "pictou'Higr-iancerV horae from desperately stsrosigheut tfce night, ._ _, hpjug i and offset a somewhat of pos- the goal by flying speed. rePnec The lifting of Canadian wage con- TJ ,v paddy, "but Kovals cam? bacs in toe HAKBEKT LEAD MASTERS OPES AUGUSTA. Git, April Herman Heiser of Akron. Ohio, and. Chick Karbert of Detroit, a of long shots wao played to the ap- plause of only the-r caddies, slipped, with a brace of Tatirsttay to take s lead over the coaaisvSs best golfers is the first round "cf she Masters golf tournament. Omaha Knlgfcts edged Oil- ers. 4-3, 12 overtime, Jo force their taere is to be cone." i raid-session sac monopolized the He chmbed com from the cam play entirely to beat Art Chiles in. heaced toward tile waiting the Hasoilton nets twice. Gerry Hef-. ferman-knotted the couat before Steve Unitee. States Hockey lessee semi- final series :nto a seventh, and de- Old Man. peeping ehmc a big boulder. set. himself ior He "would wait tmta Padcj was as near as he was !iSs.y to come, thea spring oszt and rush him. Ke was sure that he could climb er the dara and due into the mater on the- other sioe. On the dam Mrs. Paddy felt SfL H 838 V StLSESjAA broke through, the 3Iontrea2s" de-- fence to notch what Droved to be. :Ue pay-oS goal for Ttgers. BCFFALO KXOTS AJU TITLE SERIES BUFFALO. N.Y_ Apnl 5 Buffalo Bisons TSmrsday I.T. HARKr K. PATCHING for the people for tne_r foruraae dur- I ins zrrag sears cf the war and :or thejr determination :n the j was expressed' bv Harrv R. Patcning. son of iir. and Mrs C. C Patcning o: this wnec he was ratemewea by the Herald recently. He return- ed to Letrmnase on March 21 from overseas and at tne oresent time is awaiting his discharge from the Proudly Presents A program to complete your Saturday listening "MUSIC HALL VARIETIES'' Come along to the old music hall and relive tne gay. frrrolous, years at the turn of the century The "good old songs" arrang- i ed in the original muse hall sty.e, with the pit orchestra ready j to strike up the band as only ihsy can. Starts this Saturday, April 6 and weekly thereafter. p.m. Presented with the compincens and good wishes of Western Canada Hardware Limited Morris and Barrett Hardware en 6th Street Sonth in Lethbridee Presents "THE C.I.L. CAVALCADE OF MUSIC" Tunes that pas a. song in your heart, perf armed by the concert orchestra and cnoras under the direction of Irving Szath-Myn. Every Monday evening at Imperial Motors of Lethbridge ihe Plymouth and Chrysler dealers thronfhont the strath invite yon ie a iptarter-nojir of "PIANO PATTERNS" A brand new kind of radio entertainment bringing you keyboard tunes that are both gay and reminiscent. Listen to "Piano Patterns" every Monday evening at MODERN ROMANCES AhsorbiEs, inspiring, true-life stones of real in experi- ences which may your with ths power of aailioritv of exneijence. MODERN ROMANCES Monday through Friday Presented by the Lealta. Theatre Lee Duck McCaffrey's Drug Store Model Dress Shop North Lethbridge Hardware 1060 lifted in 1942 snortlv after 'he haa graduated r- Unirersitv of Alberta -Kitn Bache'or of Sc-ence decree in agriculture. He took an trairjng co'-trse at Goraon Head, i oaalifv-nz as a second Leutenant in me Hoval Canadian Army Serv- ice Corps" in Feoruary, 1943. Bellowing his graduation from' the o2cers' school Li. Patcning loos J advanced traramg at 3ed Deer, ana j in Pearuary, 1544, was] oosted overseas. In August of the same vear he was posted to tne Canadian overseas pasta! depot, serrtns as quartermaster and trans- port o'fScer" until snortly before ne_ left Sneland for horae The Lethbndee oScer tnat he had Lred civilians in Eng- land for aoout 19 aontfts. "and I, reallv admired the way tnej SIOOG UD tne ranonmg and otner dlf- Scult coalitions." BIG TDIBER TTOLF "WTLLIAii, April The biggest ana blackest t_moer. pel; seen b- Optano denart- roeni'of game and fisheries here in vears was Droagii m oy _ David 2ody of Port; Arthur who j after ;hejr marriage 16 years ago scores of essplojess a: cisasreed as game each before a crowd of cnrae ann renewed eSons to change eterv way. So it was that, wr-en Old the law are predicted oy C flat tail and brought it oown he said. Award of tro- a whack. It was as if wh-'n that tali cers is slaten fo Getinsten ''I top Nets- Tori, oolice t csgaret for every 30 bedbugs ocia% 53 of age and failed, but the s-upph' seemed to'd to "take TOUT vacs- hanstible. Capt, 3- A. uons ana or be prepared for Pittsburgh. lesufied IT Yokoharna -Hs undesirable it has been in the war-crimes trial of ______-, -nan Tfl YM3 T1 flB learned. Younger men are for key positions. >Irs- Violeise Perry of Saiat Joint, X.B_ was struck by a. score tire which came unfasten- ed from a passms truck. "Cn- able to walk, she was taken to hospital by Long-range housing legislation, aimed at a goal of new homes in the next 10 years, was approver unanimously b} tne Unit- ed States senate banking committee Washjngton. Tne raited States government has banned further export of nylon except by per- mission of the commerce de- partment's office of international trade. The Earl of rearing gor- emor-general of Canada, and ais wife, the Princess Alice, arrived at La Guaroia nelfi m New York, from j Nassau, The Bahamas. They nlan' 10 sail for England Sunday from New York oa tne Queen Mary. Japanese The 7.500-toi tanker Helicina ship in British Merchant Navy to "be eouicoed with senarate cabins for each member o: tb.51 crew, has been launched at tha Swan Hunter Yard at Newcastle- On-Tyne caom will be air condinoned. outside the church, weer condemned by Mr. Justice A. M_ Mansion in suareme court in Vancouver when he granted Gweri- dolvn Harel Becll a dnorce irom Anthony Cnaries BeaJL i Sleepins In a bath tub because "I couldn't find lodgmg: for the' Droved costlv for Thomas to "Winnipeg i the hathrooni Oi a 1 unlawful entry and uned 5l3' or 10 days in jafl. KANSAS CITY GAINS IX 1 ST. PAUL. AprJ Citv Pla-Mors moved into the finals of the United States Hockey league nlavoifs Thursday mghr with a 2-1 victorv over St. Paul to win their best-of-seven series with the Saints, 4-2. There are no Allan or Memorial Cup playoff games scheduled tonight in "eastern or western Canada. i I I got, the bounty The pelt measures J Leslie Hodgson, 24. was, seven feet from nose to and gudty m sault Ste Marie, j Ont., of a cnarge of alternated rape j a Tin Mr. Justice Wells announced sentence would be passed au the close of the spring assizes. j 4> DE WIKTOX AIK FEEU> SOLD FOB 565.000 CALGASY. Aprd Dismantling of the former ________ ItA-F. base at Wmton to he droned. He didn't loot to see j -5- provide building JaaieraJs wnas the danger was. Time enough for veterans' housing wffl ,_ -v.iA director of the provincial v t, looked down at the water rushing through the bole why tack pep'i Back bothering you? Rheumatic Pains making your days miser- able? Your sleep disturbed? Doa't vou know that many hl.e 3 ou have found the relief they longed for in GiQ 40 year old remedy that helps the kidneys rid jout system the toxic wastes that often cause these complaints? Step into your nearest dreg and get a bottle of Gin tmtves their merit, Money back if Gin Pills don't sarisfji Regular 40 ECMMIY tO PHto had learned tnac safety first is t basic rule for long life; thac until nis is accomnUshed nothing else isasures tares feet aroanci the middle. Sodv the wolis weishs when'killea ai 125 pounos. tne Marcn 16 on Hiosen lake witu one bullet ai 100 yaros. LOCATING HERE The Escape ijL C. G. SIcKEE C. C. HcSee. regional superin- tendent of rationing for Aloerta has submitted nis resignation to the Wartime Prices and Trade Board to return to private business m Lsth- hndge, Mr. McKee joined the board in 1342. and in May of that vear was anpointefi rsition officer for Calearv. He was promoted to regionaf Eaoerintendect of ration- ing In Kovemoer 1342, with heaa- ouarters at, EdnKmton. to suoervise tne administration tnroughout, Al- berta ana the Peace River block Oi Northern British Co'umoia Sixteen-year-old Uane LabeHe pleaded guilty in Montreal to con- to roo her 83-year-olii grand- fatner Aldenc BrodeJr. murdered lass EtecemDer bv the girls sweet- heart, and was sentenced by Judge Armand Cloutier to years m penitentiary. Health Minister Paquette said In the Quebec legislative assembly tnac the Drovmcial govemmeni; will gran; the "institute of Radium at Mont- real yearly for 10 years, 10 heln -n cancer research. The Allied cojncfl for Japan at opening session in Tokyo turned j down a nroDosal bv tne Soviet; mem- ber, Gen. K. JT. Derevyanko, tnat the press be barred from all future meetings. S. G. Pearson, chairman of the board of Sennet. Coieman and Company, Ltd, Dumishers of tne Times of India, confirmed re- ports that Setn Bemaknshna Dal- tma, mtfla-imllionan-e Tndia-n indus- has bought; an, interest in the Snn. Argentine's presldeni-elecu. Juan Peron, promised his supporters, in a speecn at ras election victory cele- bration, mat he would "forget of- fences and insults and consider all Argentines as Drotners" Continuation of the preliminary hearing in Portland, Ore, of Lieut Nicolai G P-eoin. Russian naval of- ficer charged with espionage, has been set for next Tuesday, "Who know exactly wnat. to ao Will seldom have mistakes to rue. -Paddy tne Beaver. Paddv the Beaver sat on his dam as the "edge of the breas through wnicn much of the water of his pond had rusaeo. It was still rush- ing, bus not as strongly. 3kirs. Paddy jceneo. t-tm_ The water in. tne pond v-as verv iov. over bj tlie house it was stul deeo enougn to cover tne entrance and tnrougn middle tne bed of Laughing Brook there was still wsxer enougn for good swimming and safety. paoay looked down at tne water matters. What "a nicy that so------ bovs and girls, older folks, too, nave failed to learn tms rale or are need- less of it. It is very sad. as was Paddy in starting Old Mg- that Old Man Coyore had missed his jump. She opened them just in to Paday plunge the BRYLCREEM THE PERFECT HAIR DRESSING w Applied every mormag, w31 keep your bmr looking smart and aSL day long Tise natural oils in BESICEEESC overcome dry scalp, give the lialr healthy, natural lusire -Kithoijt that greasy appearance. Buy BSTTLCSSEM; 5a the handy, convenient tube today! MMI I J. IJ-i rushing water pounng tnrougn the dam. "Would he be able to swim against t, 1945 by T. Burgess) aooui; carefuHy bur saw more An -unspecified number of "inod- ern. splendidlv-eqinpped" warsmps' have been delivered or Hussia to the Polish navy at Gayma, under an agreement signed at Moscow March 13 it was officially annoucc- ed in by the Polish gov- ernment. G A. Growden of Indianapolis gave a new twist the house- hunting problem when he engaeed a private Detective aeency to help find hvmg quarters. SALE Disccount on Hats, I Caps, Gloves, Ties, ____________ Belts, Billfolds and Novelties REAL BARGAINS! BOSTON HAT WORKS 327 (a) Fifth Street South Phone 2961 TMf MASTER HAT OF CANADA months Clarence r'rizzel of Sethanv Mo had a congn for i which he could find no catise. Then j rscentlv he coughed again, soTnething hard in his puljsd out a tooth wmch had been loaged in nis throat. The Manitoba legislature aparov- ed a resolution to ask the federal jrovertlment to enact legislation pro- for mere assistance to the bhnd. Lord Beaverbrook has cabled isission for tos name be given the new hotel projected ir. the city of Fredencton N-B- with which, he was closely associated in the past j E. A. MseDonald, director stu- dent, aid and placement at the Uni- versity o' Toronto said he expects to place between TOO and 800 stu- dents in summer jobs on farms. i Sentences totalling three years and six months were to Leon- ard Cochrzn of Edmonton on five charges of theft arid one of beoig in possession of sto'en property. G. D Johnson, instructor in the' department of dairying, 'Cnlversitv, of Aloerta. has been appointed j cheese instructor with the pronn- i cial dairy branch. j No decision has been reached i whether Canada vrfll advance the j date of tne next census from 19511 to 1350, H Marshall, Dominion i statistician, said in Ottawa, Edmonton may have a May Day parade for the first time in manj years, if plans of the Edmonton Labor Council executive are work- ed out. It Costs No More to Feed Your Dog the Best Erery dog deserves the finest food possible. His health, energy, glossy coat, keen eyes will reward you for selecting Dr. BaHard's. Always choose prodncts by tie "manufacturers of Canada's finest dog and VARIETY SQUARES Give join- wi-h Vari- ety omical. an breeds. BISKIES T t c d lor health. Dr. HEALTH FOOD food fi ne for alt breeds and ages. A era jicJe food. THE BY SHOES If roa are boring prmue braoa shoe... look for tfce VPTB cumber lasidc die sff MIH'S SMART SHOES SINCE 1879 Dr. Ballard s Animal Food Products Ltd. VANCOUVER TORONTO Ritchie Shoes distributed in Lethbridge by Baird's Shoe and L-eather Goods ;