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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, "APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN Legion Presents Brief To Veterans Committee; 15 Rcofltmendations OTTAWA. April Ca- nadian legion Tuesday placed be- fore the Commons commit- tee a brief coacalijung 15 recosi- clude the dependents of Canadians died while serving in the ish forces between Sept, 1. and 1. 1939. mendaiions for amendments to re- 10. The act be amencea to j move -defects" which it fell still S vide that all unpaid balances existed ia. the Canadian Pensions i pension or department of Act. j affairs hospital aUow-anee And They Say The Woman Pays shall! The brief ilrged thai: form part of a deceased pensioner's 1. The principle" be J estate. restored in respect to enutleraea; J 11. The committee recommended to pension in the case of ail raea'to Canadian pension in the Second Great War. effect (The -insurance "Kas and based on age, 10 eoter au defined as full coverage of injury biliiy pensioners, or disability resulting m disability I 12. Tfee rase of additional pea- ts- death incurred on service re-Ssion be increased to ?39 a montn gardless cf whether the area of ser- j for every child and tha; Use wee was in Canada, or abroad, ex- of pension for orphans be iscreaseo. eept where the injurv- or disability to a for eacn chiia. results from improper 13. Where no pension or grattu- 2. The Pension Act be amended j ty has been awarded by Britisn or to provide that alter a secondary j allied forces, the pensions commis- j oxaminaUon held sixSsion shaU be empowered to review i an application for pension in re- J spect to disability or death under the Canadian as If the appli- cant was a member of the Canadian forces. 14. Because no pension may be paid for disability or death incur- months or later after any dssafailitv occurring thereafter should be considered as having been incurred during service and attri- butable thereto. 3. In the evens of a member of the forces being promoted to a higher rank after the appearance of an injury or disease, for which, he is pensioned, he shall be entitled to pension on the scale applicable red while a. serviceman "ab- the term "ab- be definitely defined in the pension act and in- sent without leave, sent leave clude only cases convicted by corn- be amended j petent authority, where such ab- to such higher rank. 4. The Pension Act--------- _ to give the Canadian session com- j sence exceeded three oays. mission discretion to award a pen- J 15. The act be amended to ex- sioi to a widow of a member of j U-nd to other ranks, as well as oin- the forces who has died, when she cers receiving British pensions, ad- has gone through a form of mar- j ditional pensions to csaSce ihe total riage in good faith, but where the two pensions equal to that which they would have been ed for disability had they in the Canadian services. marriage has been declared invalid. 5. A woman who has been divorced, legally separated or separ- ated bv agreement, from, a map Who has died shall be entitled to pensions provided, at, the time of the death of her husband, sne entitled by a court order or agreement to alimony or an alim- entary allowance, regardless of the amount of such allowance. 6 A widowed mother pensioned for the loss of her onlv son or school-children during the war. ANGELES. Affil he in his pecket went Mrs. EMuna Campbell, under agreement which ended a Mtter dispute with William Giles Campbell, recently resigned frssar at the University of Southern California. Dr. Campbell dropped the contest Monday. Last week Mrs. Campbell ac- cused the professor of educa- tion of conducting campus af- fairs. She said he had kissed a collaborator with whom he was writing a book. Dr. Campbell disclosed that bis wife's bad led to his resignation. Under terms of the Mrs. Campbell gets: An uncontested diroree; Custody of Jr., 13. S.o monthly for his support, his medical and dental expenses and costs oi college education; property valued at including the familv furniture and furnishings j.u automobile; All the doctor's office equipment and furniture: His reference library: The films with which he iUus- trates ha lectures, plus his movie of a month, or a month "if and alter she remarries; And title to an unfinished manu- on which Dr. CampbeU was collaborating with a former stud- ent. Mrs- Carolyn Peto. It was Mrs. Peto the professor was accused of kissing. Quint Calves Given "Coming Out" Party PAIRBURY. Jfeb.. April 10 _, Fairbury's quintuplet calves, tastefullv attired ia identical mhite blankets, were given their fonaal.-coroing out- party Tuesday, complete with parade. Five months old. they bawled and mooed on a Pairbury street corner as spectators looked over the fcve-of-a-Vcind bora last Nov. 20 to Old Glory, a Short- horn cow. Old Glory also was on display, along with the sire. Father Time, a Hereford bull whose ex- pression though was noa-coin- rontal. GirlTeller's Calmness Foils Bank Robbery TORONTO. April 10_ IP A "irl bank teller's calmness frus- trated a robbery of Hoyal Bank's downtown branch at Richmond and Yonge Streets Tuesday when she disre- garded a threat to kill her and refused to hand over a stack of bills. Miss Smiiv the tell- er. looked up to read a note which a vouthful gunman push- ed through her cage. It read: "Teller, sound no alarm. I have a gun. Hand i; over or I will kili Miss Schleifer calmly handed d: "I daughter of an earl, and he married j "You ought to have been more! and frayed cuffs and patched the daughter of an earl, so the peer-i definite with those people. shirts. age holds no mystery for 'Mm. On- j said the first one. "With this The ing, we read the other day, tario also has a'caledon, but in this: shlUy-shaJUymg you won't ges any- j had a bad tiaie with, a daraed instance the township's name is a' where with them. You should' place in his heel. The Queen, ap- poetic form of Caledonia, that is.; have been decisive and given there j parenUy, had forgotten to bite off Windsor said the osiier d-iy waea. Scotland. The origin is made clear i definite no, or per-1 the fcnos when she darned it and it i he went to England to rasic his by the fact teat Albion. Caledon. haps." hurt bias when he walked. Things 1 mother. He said, quite fflat and Erin townships lie in a representing Sogland, Scotland and. mOYALTTS HUMAN SIDE That- sort of thing. Basic. Politi- cians and true democrats krxv all about this. So do tbe "Windsors. What brought tins matter up ia toe first place was a little thing Edward Ireland. A man who had business with a Providence Buiiesn) One thing especially we like abou: the ruLjcg family of Britain is that I big wholesale firra repons that. they aii hare troubles waiting for an interview' same as the rest of us and te. take into the same family. "Say, 20- the sorest beeL My wife darned yesterday and Jef; x with a director, two men cause on'.' cf an inner office, cue o ;he other sternly. str'de I with royal kind lumpy." f Z-Vervbody who usuaUv associate! sa-a-y! Mice did .Mary in one of a'-.- iii -heir stock-' thing. Cccie" she can fix any Edward took thera ioaie ta Queen Is exactly as I- siiouUl be. ever saw Queen tiai j Eenec THREE Free Milk For British Children LONDON, April sK Britain. proud of the rosy cheeks of her daughter shail receive the full will proiide free rmlk in all grant- snail aided primary and secondary schools er. j 7. A widowed mother or parent pensioned for the loss of one of her j are available. amount of pension and there be no "means sest" whatever. I aided primary I after August and also will pro-nee j free lunches when canteen facilities sons or daughters, and who has The free services, announced by unmarried chUdren, shail receive a Ellen Wilkinson, minister of educa- pension of not less than S30 a j tion. represent Use development, of month, and, if for any reason the a service started in 1934 when as unmarried children are unable or i part of the government policy for j fail to supDort the mother or par- j utilization of surplus milk j OLD, TOT HAS ARTIFICLU. LEGS L-vXS. Mass.. Apnl Dickie Laadry stood up Tuesdar. just a month after he lost both legs under the wheels of a tram- But Dickie cried because it's painful at first to wear artificial legs. A fund of nearly now is at the disDCsal of the boy, as svninathizers responded to an ap- peal" of a newspaper item for help. IT'S A LOXG SHOT IJOS AXGSLES, April 10. chances of an atomic bomb explosion set- ting off a world-razing chain reaction might be termed in- ent. the" commission shall have "dis- 1 oice hailed him out of the unknown. "Ay, I m heann' it "but what's the reward for Ii-din' je? i A MOUNTAIN FOR i ALEXANDER. TOO 1 (Toronto I A !n Canada has been named after Eisenhower Alexander i has iriceroorated in his title the name of a mountain in north- i west Irel.irio. to tne peerage as a preimMixary to assuming the I goveraor-gerseralyhip of Canada, i Field Marshal Sxr Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander w.Sl in future be known Viscount Alex- ander of Tunis and of Erngal in the county cf Donegal. Erngal is the highest mountain m that county, rising 2.466 feet with an appear- ance almost of snow, due to a belt of perfectly white quartz. Alexander was bom in Tyrone, but the family has long been prom- inent in the affairs of Donegal and Londonderry. His father was the fourth Earl or Caledon (Caledon in his mother the SPRINGTIME NEWS FOR THURSDAY! STORE HOtTtB- 9-20 am. 5--3B Saturday ajn. to p.m. 9-20, Infermation Phone 3727. WOMEN'S GLOVES BLACK CAPESKINS (Sheepskin) dress aloves made from soft black capeskin (sheep- skin) leather ta four-buztori length. Strartiy stitched backs. to 8. Pair DOESKIN-FINISH LEATHERS Choice of white or ratural shade In these classic slip-ons in six-but- ton length. Mace from soft doeskin-finish, sheepskin. Sizes 7 to 3. Pair Mate Floor WOMEN'S RAYON SHEER SCARVES A touch of color to accent your Easter coat or suit! Bright spring-like scarves made from filmy rayon sheers printed in gaily colored floral patterns- Oblong shape with hemmed edges. Maui Floor. NEW MILLINERY For the Easter Parade! Fur Felts by Spencer New arrivals for women who prefer the tailored type of millinery for spring! Handsome quality fur felts in a wide variety o f flatte ring new shapes becoming to ICss and Matron alike. Good color rang e s m. ar tly trimmed. BABY NEEDS AT THE TOILETRIES COUNTER EATON'S offer, a wide stock of requirements for the welfare af the "bib and bottle including the following items: 45c PABLO! 1-lb. box MEAD'S DEXTRI- SIALTOSE l-ib. tin I BABY'S OWN SOAF 3 "5 29c t FFKEX NURSING BOTTLES Narrow-neck style. 8-ounce z? for Second Floor OVERALLS nT ANTI COLIC XIPFIXS 3for 25c 6 ror 3 for 55c NIFP1ES, each...... 5c BOTTLE BRUSHES, each .15c SQCIBB'S POS1TOKIES for islants. Doz. NESTLE'S BABT HAIR TREATMENT, n-or. bottle I DAISY DIAPER densg. 8-ouncs box XWTN TIPS. 102 for......, 25c 3Iain Floor. Boys Coat Sweaters Sporty lookicsj coat sweaters young lads will like for school and outdoors. Knit from cotton and wool yarns in shades of blue or green with fancv patterned fronts. sleeves, rwo pockets Boys' Combinations Medium-weight combinatlofls inlt from brushed cotioa yarns. Button- front style with long sleeves and long legs. "Mercury" brand. Sizes 26 to 34. SiUl Boys' Main Flwsr. MEN'S COTTON SPORT JERSEYS FOR GOLF OR CASUAL WEAR! Good value here for sports men. Cool cotton-knit jer- seys especially useful in summertime. Short-sleeved pullover style v.-ith crew necklines and horizontal stripes ia brown, blue and marooa. Sizes small, medium and large. Each Men's Main 95c Floor LENTEN SUGGESTIONS SILVER BRIGHT SALMON, by the piece, pound 23 C SALMON TROUT, by the piece, pound 23c COHOE SALMON, by the piece, pound 34C LING COD, by the piece, pound 28c COD FILLETS, pound 38c FILLETS OF SOLE, pound ............................45c FROZEN WHITEFISH, pound 29c FROZEN TULIBEES, pound 15c FROZEN PACIFIC HERRING, pound 17c Fish Main Floor T EATON WESTERN LIMITED BRANCH STORE CAMPERS! AIR MATTRESSES MEDIUM AND HEAVY QUALJTiES p outdoors jj cjoiJort on ore of these dandy air mattresses the thing ror camping or fishing cnps. Made from heavy canvas, easy to carry acd a-.r.ste. Car: be siseti or witliout bag. Siie aboat 76x39 inches. Medium quality, each 1 .50 Heavier quality, each STURDY TARPAULINS WHITE OR BROWN DUCK Another '.'.ess bandy for cansping trips or for around the Jarir. or for covenag trucks. Made from heavy -water-resis- tant dues ui these sizes and colors: White 10-ounce Duck 10x12 feet. Each While 10-ounce Duck uxe 12x16 feet. Each Brown 12-ounce 10xl4y2 feet.' Each Brown 12-ounce Duck foet. Each QCj Afl KWSPAPLRl ;