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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE MAZERALL, WILLSHER ARE FREED ON BAIL OTTAWA. April P.t The report said the documeats Maccen todav freed on bail two became public shortly after. Committed For Trial The magistrate committed Maz- lime" for water. _ J other millions who had nothing tt, ,t Hvdrated lime is one of tiie main wear but we rags of what they ar. Australian mav naoke his Ris Of oa them a" toe of ir'- on j. h? the product obtained by aaaing just vasion of i the O great Qstagehit! NEXT ATTRACTION "THEY WERE EXPENDABLE ROBERT SEED Exile Spanish Gov't jcnemical constituents are definitely mav not be so fortunate. I known, while quicklime may con- Needed country, the past i o severe as many iut next wlr.ter they i tain a per cent of combined are ho'.ding this !n T T 1 'water. Tne chemical industry ar.d miti-Jane so that the Canadian I O I ake UVer the building trades require large peopJe car. wake their gifts jr.. quantities. ;ime to get their cozitnbutior_s' LONDON. Apri! Th? Span- Lime is also used in water-soften- over to the areas Today and Wed SOLD CHEAPLY i peanuts embedded in a lucg. RING-ROT WARNING I posed to Generalissimo Franco last i Alr- saio mis district nas 1 month. itwo valuable assets for A comrn-jriioue published simul- taneouslv here ar.c? in Parts the but the location and cabinet, following a A. i EDMONTON. Apri] me cacinei. a HONTREAL, April provincial department of agricul- week-end reshuffle in Paris, includ- speaser. announced today that "Spotty" ar.d ture warned Monday against the i ed all democratic parties from com- j two vaudeville perform- i of brought here from j munists to rightist republicans and I ing fox terriers valued at j the United States to relieve table vras more representative of the j each and stolen Friday from the i shortages as seed potatoes, claim- i Spanish people than any previous parked automobile of J. Neville of j ing they -were Infested with bac- j government of Spain. Kollis, Long Island, N.Y., have been i tenal ring-rot. The department said j The communique was issued while found in a St. Lawrence Boulevard i the good work done in Alberta in the United Nations Conn- pet shop wnich bought them at S3 thr- control of the rirg-rot might i cil in Now York is facing Poland's apiece. The fox terriers now are j suffer a serious setback this year j request for consideration of the i on their way to if the potatoes are used as seed. Franco question. H. Somerville thanked the In Police Court George Hsndman. Biooo Ir.alan, pleaded before Magistrate remembered that the clothir.? has to be collected, sorted, baled and shipped across the ocean, and with the heavy demands mace on ship- ping in order to carry the food supplies which are also so much needed, cargo space for the bales of clothing has to be utilized when it is available. "Winter clothes are being dis- carded now throughout the Do- minion. Don't put them away in the wardrobe, but put them on one fine in readiness for the campaign which will start, a few weeks Metcalfe la police court on i concluded Mr. 20. HIT NO. 2 "BEHIND GREEN LIGHTS" Carole GARGAN INEWSPAPERif ;