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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRICE CONTROLS EXPECTED TO STICK THROUGH RECONVERSION By GEORGE KITCHEN (Canadian Press Staff Writer) OTTAWA, April 6. Trier control, which holds back yritts be permitted from time to time to stimulate pro- ductive capacity and esnploy- The Pnces Board recently ect upward adjusunetits tne pricts'of a of commodities, such as witter, pork, molasses, some nsper products and some articles containing steel, but this was fol- lowed oy statement from Finance Minister Ilslev that stili mteneed" to sold the line 12 prices generally. Mr. ilslev. warn.cg risst cse can- cer of inflat-on sull was -IK? said some price increases wo'JM be sermitted in cases -a here it cojilc be shown that industrial nrodncuon, ana ccnsequently em- ployrsen'. was be-ns hampered by the" control. Added Incentive He -Rent on to say the recent fcar-teat-a-pound increase in butter unces was permitted because an additional incentive was needed if even a restricted consumer ration was to be met. The increase would stimulate output. The increase is porS prices, s lift of one to four cents a pounc defending on the cut, after tae United Kingdom, realiz- ing that Canadian hog procuctioa as seriously, agreed to raise trie contract price immeciate- Iv. The domestic price was simply accosted to this new rate. The increase of four cents a quart ir. retail prices, was caused by 3 reduction; in the gor- ersraent subsidy. The finance minister also report- ed increases will take place i during the next three four montiis in the retail unces of c-oth- ing and :umishings consequent tc the government's decision to elim- inate satfcid.es on imports of cotton anc S AJJ these factors, he predicted, would result in a "modest" m- f crease in the cost-of-living :or 1 Canaiiaas but, at the same time. 1 Land Worked For 107 Years Now Given Back To Ontario GALT. Oat- ApKl 6. John Little, oachelor farmer puslmch Township. Friday tsirn- ed over to County 2SQ acres of land in Paslmch he and his foreoears had norked for more thsn 107 years. "The average farm goes on in- definitely until some one dies." Mr. Littie explained. -Then the estate needs money and a contractor is allowed to come into the wooclot Ke slashes his way ihrosigh and a barren area. "With the timber gon? the farm is I don't want this to happen to mj farm." VARIED REACTION TO NEW SASK. AUTO INSURANCE BILL battle entails. Tins country nas Americanized the game somewhat. A larch be- came a (England doesn't kaow the A pair royal _________________ is merely three of a kind here. And i Bv FRED KEHNER jhicle act of ibe province provides _ fo, (Canadia" Sta" Writer) that motcrjsts involiec m accidents j jjV far the naost interesting arrange- Recent acopfion of a bill instl-1 the damage exceeds S25. j Slates players ai- ttitics are reQUired to oo-. mosc exclusively use the six-card the'province of Sas-Stain liability insurance before their l game, aitb once was c ax Britain, solves scie when you War or simple soc coinpanied For relax cnbbage is bill pro- provide forrtrfsisai of license to any tects every melons: and pedestrian. driver is cot fuUy cmerec bj !2iurv to maxi- mssirance. of law Ke acced that the governments! x would enable the Canadian peo- ple to presene the economic ad- vantages gamed from nearly fne jears of self-discipline on lae econ- omic front. In another statement, the Prices Beard reported on the oasis of a Dominion-wide that there had oeen -no significant changes and no increases" in the retail prices of 300 goods and suspended from price ceil- ings Feb. 1 Ji an experimental insurance, i Oppose Gor't Control Motor other hand. of an extra S5 on Shicle and an extra on driver's liceiise to coier cost of in- surance. OJysenon was raised by the Saskatchewan Motor Transport Board observers noted ther been as many price declines as I price increases. ____ sedation, -a ho said such insurance _ "should not be controlled oy the i Alberta motor league officials 'were not in favor of the I ment-sponsored insurance (suggested in sts f TX Y ___Weakness A in the legislatioa. s according to' some, is its lack of t in accidents causing pro- j for 3 Young Hold-Up Boasts At Teg bad "ones through a high premium." a; maritime province govemmeni of- J Scisl added. LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Front Page.) _______2, April 17-j ________________________ year-old gta-carryaag youth, cap-____________________________ tared shortly after an attempted; to ggg aj, hour. "It takes years taxi robbery here early Friday, has J vour soeed Mr. Hansey been turned ever to juvenile' authorities by city police. course costs each student Police said the youth boasted ot the attempted robbery in Xorth I "Wmnioeg. and told them- i 1 never felt like shooting anyone as much as I did the driver." Deputy Police Chief Charles' Maclver termed the youth the type i of "scatter-brained we! have to deal The new crime served to increase -That may seem a Mr. Han-> sey said, "but we furnish thing." Ottawa SO tlondon correspondent o Journal) It is as difficult to persuade sol- diers to talk about their experiences the fear now prevalent among all j grezz war as it was after Winnipeg drivers, jittery over the j -jje wa_ preceded it. Jjsss, night slaying last Sunday of Driver f Johann Johnson. 48. lv The iouth was cornered in a lane I after police iiad surrounded the dis- j met. Reward for capture of the slayers of Johann Johnson. 43-year-old taxi driver found slugged to death a Fleet Street tavern a British infantryman bear- on his tunsc more notions thsn _ seen before on the tunic of a man of non-commissioned rank, I thought I would try to draw nun out. "Yes. he had oeea at Ala- mem and through North Africa last Sunday, reached with iroaty. -pretty awful time the announcement that S750 has i suWesfd been offered by the Greater Winm-{ peg Taxicab Association. The Winnipeg police commission had earlier offered S500. SOE Tons U.S. Silver Aided In Atomic Bombs was the laconic reply. He had been also at the Sicily landings, but it was "Not SO Knowing Sicily well I asked him if he had oeen to Palermo, and what he thought of it. "Not so bad, but the stinks were About Italy. Naples was "not so bad" and Tesuvius was fine. When we gos to the Normandy landing I thought I might really elici; something worth while. But tnat also had been "not so bad Jest then another khaki hero dropped in wno evidently knew liim irelL "Hullo, Bill, jiow are he inquired. "JSot so said my new found fnend. Australia claims to have the old- est horse still working m the world- He is JSigger, a 51-year-old horse owned by John Croker of Footeray, CHICAGO, April 6 United States treasury "loaned" tons of silver valued at 000.000 for the construction of huge electromagnets at Oak Kidge, Tenn., that produced the material for atomic bombs, the midwest power conference was told. The silver was needed for the electrical conductor of the windings suouro of Uelooume. !Nigger coes and fuses light work around building jobs. R. S. Wisner. assistant; 34r. Grower, wno bought Sigger in electrical engineer of a Boston J 1835, said the horse who spent his firm, said lOie gigantic pulling; first 17 years pulling a butcher's power of the magnets uosed a prob- cart, was taen put into a umber !em for constr-jcPon 'workexs who lorry. Mr. Croker attributes Niggers came within range of the field. A i long life to a special diet of chaff strong effort was required to keep 2nd charcoal, xne cnarcoal, Mr. a nail in a worsmans hand from J Crafcer ssrs. nunfies the blood and twisane his wrist. An ordinary wrench or plyers either would be j wrested from a wort-mar's hand, or if he nela on. he would be dragged against the magnetic face, suffer- ing bruises or skinned knuckies. Croker sars, purifies the blood and kills worms. London GKAVES AT ARXBHEM iA Service Motner in May I quote from a letter just received from Holland? "We went o see the Airborne Cemetery which is at Oosterbek. about three miles from Amhem. It was here tnat tne main airoorne landings took place. Every child in Oosterbek has been aven two graves to look after, and hey have "planted tulips on each grave." Legislators casting about for new sources of tax revenue during the war seem, strangely enough, to have overlooked a promising proposal once offered to England and the world b- Jonathan Swift. "I said the satirical Swift, "that a tax be levied on emale beauty." "But could we make the women pay enough to make it worth j a listener inquired. 'Ah, replied the wily dean. "Let every woman be permitted to I assess her own shell be generous Street JournaL BKEAKFAST IX 1859 (Owen Sound San-Times) The breakfast bii3-of-fare for the Metropolitan Hotel in New York in 1859 is something that requires some study. Here it is: Tongue, mutton, ham, beef a la mode, corn- ed beef and roast beef- Broiled meats available on that breakfast menu were rump steaks, pork chops, spring chicken, tenderloin steaks, veal chops, salt mackerel, salmon and bam. Then there was this as- sortment of fned dsshes: ham and eggs, fash with pork, fish balls, pigs' feet, sausage, calf's liter with pork, oysters. If a dmer had a less mggcd stomach and preferred stewed dishes for breakfast, he had a choice of cvsters, Jncneys, tripe, hver and clams. He could also have hashed fish, hashed meat and boil- ed mackerel, boiled, fried, scrambled or poached eggs omelets, plain or j with parsley and onSons, ham and kidneys. j Fifty Nazi pilots knocked at the gates of Heaven and sought ad-', mittaKce. St. Peter waved them i back, i "Tin he said, "but only six j of ion can come in" "But there arc fifty of the j Nazis protested. 1 replied St. Peter, "butl Reid Marshal Gosnng's communi- que said that only six had been j shot down." CRIBBAGE: HERO (Minneapolis Star Journal) In passing out war honors, the game of cnbbage has been sadly neglected. Probably not even poker did as much to keen men's minds STORE HOURS: auau to pjn. Sad 6 p-m. Wednesday to 1 pjn. Infarn REPARE FOR GOLF BAGS MADE IN ENGLAND Just arrived in time for the golf season! A shipment of E3gUsh-made golf bags in two ssyles Made from materials with leather trim, zipperea bail pocket, tee holder and card. Oval shape. mev 3-PIECE BED OU IN 48 AND 54-INCH S An inexpensive bed outfit suitable for thai the room Consists of walnut color enamel; a cable spring; ana an all-cotton layer- built mattress covered in duranle cotton, ticking. Cash Price. 3 pieces DROP-BACK COl WITH CHINTZ-COVERED M Useful couches that provide extra sle needed Built with heavy angle iron fabric tops. Seats reinforced with coil with cotton chintz-covered mattresses. Cash Fnce, each 2-PIECECi- tapestry in. plum col design. Chester! matching arm chai 2 pieces Bndget Plan Terms, i laiions, may be arranged PLASTIC PIN-UP LAMPS AND SHADES lovely little lamps for linng room or bedroom use Mod- ernistic plastic bases !n green, blue, rose or amber Com- plete with fluted plastic shades in harmonizing colors. Lamp and EATON'S, Third Floor CfcOK built tress 54-in All built cotu ered I a 'f [EWSPA.PER! NF'WSPAPFEJ ;