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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HEKALD TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1946 Phoning World Talks About Trade Muskox Men On Move Again I i I moie f After a two-day sti ten snowmobiles lo-rce left WELLS. X.-.Y.T.. April uoQ Musiox is en the 01 er. the ress the IES: Sunday. Travel- fstiuiuons and changes In t soctii on the mer. i ervuwt anrs I.-CNDON, Apnl Forthoo'a.CTg Bntish Ccmmon-arealtJi trade talks and the I4-power trac? coirrerence summoned tbe States are desfgned to get down to t the srouo expects "o tne 275 brass tacks on Tihat. the variousr. miles zrek w'Fc-ri SiiEGion in cc-jntnes ccecerned can concede'o-r three and demand toTsards relascng in- j Latest reiorts from Ipt.- trade barriers. 5 D of" Montreal. Herbert Morrison, govertasent j officer cf the eserci leader in the house of commons, trai! snon announcsd jlocdav Britaui has gocx; time. been imnted by rnitec? States 10 The force which is sch.___ in the lalis. trooablv compete the 3.100 miles tr: this sutismrj. He said ire under- Scmonton Mar 5. has been stocxi and a number of, ins its nay through _______ other co'jntries hsie accepted in- northlsnc since Feb. 15 it lefi' Two New Cabinet Ministers, Ontario TOHCXXTO, Apnl -MR. GOOO XE.VSCASTEK, IHES rortiiera. organization of Ontario reform m- the sup- B.C., April Sarle Keily. 67, a ho became an institution throughout British Columbia because of Jus neias broadcasts for the Vancouver Daily Province, ciec here Moncay. He faac i poor iiealtii for more Alberta Cabinet 11 To Discuss Role Ottawa Talks Apn! j berta's part in discussions at next i weeks renewal of the Domiraon- trord eiitional travelogue I'd written about Russia, nhich I visited in 1938 and 1933 and which, an the disappointed me. Mv caretaker bas -smtten me that noth- ing was sa.ed. I've gi.en orders to have the house rebuilt and I hope to go back there. I have an apartment in Monte Carlo, part of one of those pink stucco villas just over the beach, but Monte Carlo s really 100 sophisticated for iae Lips Rough, Painful? conference is Ottawa be aired a- a series of special cab- inet meetings, this Premier C. Manning a meeting oi j so often." caoUfet ano t .__ ____ _____ Service roulette system that he The British eosazoswealtb probably will be crucial for sub- preferences" they In sequent 24-cotinrry conference, iusz i British market The latter as the latter crucial to The depend on concession thev "ponioiSo and will succeed Hon. .j. ictSt-i. "kcoin. f- Perchal. deputy provincial G. Webster as chairman of jje krow? as "Mr[ treasurer, and G H. Monkniaa, I-iquor Control Board of COCK: E-enina" because of cepu'y nprks minister. Hoa- Mscheaer is an Aioertan. his er-failing "sigr Alberta's bnef was presented world-wide conference -Ahieh as in'iura csn obtain f born a: Hed Deer, son of Senator i.> which neier missed the conference those .....iiichener. a -restful to some- other provinces, late las: pected 10 be called next spring by tnes. again the "united the United Nations. I States. IXinbar becomes minister of The commonwealth sre be-' tb'g talks c" reform institutions and is to lie.ed to isa-.e been under vra---1 British site are mVe impo-ant for England, Switzerland from 3. ear. person or group he thought Premier Manning said today no ad- driciia! brief would be presented by int forgotten. snce last December -.hen the on the American beca'.-se the Sweden 10 stuoy the most highlv- j .j. ited States first: issued invitations British Conference dei eloped lypes of refoma. -nstltu- I to the 15-aov-er conference. TRADE CONCESSION'S the United States preference s The cr-ii. of the- ccjmncn-sea'th tern (which is confiiwd to Cuba and the province. is bigger and more than tioss while completing plans for 'the United States arefetrsce nsy department. New Laboratory Planned, Calgary BOBBERIES IN LONDON OUtndOQ corresacndeace of the Sew Yorker) Many Londoners are having spe- cial mortise locks put on ibeir front they can find anyone to do tfcc an eifort to beat tlie current irave of burglaries. Sex cruses, .ihicii foUowed Use last war, seeni less prevalent than lobbenes Uiis tune. Since practically no- body has a servant to leave on guard in the kitchen, the thieves simply until the householder low Bntam 'o reduce the empire loan to Britain. to complete and ho-r far the ather common- j witfcm a year alter the United northern lakes accessible by plane countries are prepared to States Congress rsiifies ths aunters ana Ssherraen -aill oe 3ntam_ !combined -aith forestry activities of] the orovincjal air service. Foresters j and fish and inspectors vviUl j ha.e the status of special constabses. i A govemnsent announcement said Mr Webster, who tendered his j resiacaaoa as Licjuor Control 3oaru chairman some time pgo because of j increasing pressure of his own biiSi-1 ness. continue as nnmster ivith-! out. portfolio "and the cabinet have" the- advantage of business 'e'tpenence and good judgment; oa 1 public Gnesinger has ma ce arrangs- ments to de.ote full time 10 the chairmanship of tne Liquor Control Board. G. A. fTigeri Welsh has been appointed vice-chainnan of the On- tario Northland Transportat. Commission, formerly known as Temiskaming and Northern Ontario i Railwav Conumss.on. and is to serve in thav capacity additional remuneration. "Tirs carries government policy of havmg a reprcsentan-.e of the government en e--ery public commission. a government an- nouncement said. Appetizing CLOVER LEAF ROLLS EDMONTON BOOM I EDMONTON. April monton is experiencing one of the greatest, buiidmg booms in its his- tory, rrvallmg e'-cn the land-rusi da_s of 1912. City Architec. Mas corner to a cinema Dev-ar sa.d Monday in reportins j or restaurant. Then thev steo in j thas building permits r.ortn S3 407.- remo_e the usual as OC8 have been tsken oat in the 105 j wen SLS even rnOre dais of 1S46 The total will reach irreplaceable bath S4.000.000 in the next few days when touels, the ladies' cJothes and cos- further permits are taken out. for i metics, the gin, and tne contents oilier projected construction. _ LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Front Page.) CALGARY. April 1346 Imperial Oil wiU build a new laborator> at the Colsary A ad- dition will be made to tbe company's research laboratories at Sarnia. Several large, fast unils will be added to Imperi- al's fleet of tank- ers. ancoancetneists are carried in the company's an- nual report for If Imperial v-ill modernize its ser- vice stations continue exploration for oil in on with its tesi in western Ontario. !THE NEW MANOH JbORDS The repor; sees a tightening i (Time crude oil situation in the prairie Abour the ame Communist Karl provinces. Turner continues 1 ilarx rmished Das Kapital, of the pantry cupboard. One householder m Chelsea came home after seeing a film the other eve- ning to find that burglars had called for the third ume and taken his last overcoat, some tinned sar- dines, a. pound of tea. and two uots of marmalade. These are things which are painful and grievsous to lose noviadajs. The dog .hawkers their jackets if the vouagsiers look as though the? might somedav grow nice, long ttfr-Downes. Soothes instantly Sore Isps caused by -windburn or exposure are soothed instantly by Lyps> I. Lypsv 1 relieves as it protects. Get Lypsyi in handy stick form M jour store today. Wilson Acquitted t Three Escape When A On One Count LONDOX, Aprs! (C.P. Cable) Halford D. Wilson, former Vancouver alderman, ivas acquit- ted JJoaday by a Canadian army general court, martial on a charge of using obscene and abusive language at Liverpool Street sta- tion in London. Findings on a second charge of using obscene and abusive langu- age at Waterloo station -iili be promulgated. Maj. Wilson is said to have been decorated by the French and Unit- ed States government and to have captured ivith the aid of only three mea a large German garrison in Bnttany. The cnarges arose" from a con- versation a duty officer at Canadian military fcea'dquarters m Ixmdon last March 24. Train Hits Auto Near Medicine Hat ilEDICDJE HAT, April Mrs. John Maser of C ypress Hills, in the Evergreen district, suffered only shock and a cut on the lace when the car in she, her husband and son iiere nding struck by a Canadian Pacific Rasl- freight tram near Irvine, 16 miles ease of here, Saturday. Mr. Maser failed to notice the oncoming freight, engine of which struck the rear of his car, hooked on to the rear fender and threw the car into the ditch. All three passengers were thrown clear. They were given firs; aid by the train crew. LASCEIXES IX CALGARY CAIX3AKY. April count Lascelles, nenheiy of the King and eldest son of the Earl of Hare- wood and the Princess Royal, ar- rived in Calgary Sunday morning for a 24-hour visit in the course of a tour across Canada. FAKED PHOTO OF TITO, SLAV JAILED BELGRADE. Apnl Ruben, photographer-reporter for the' Pohtika, sen- tenced to one year's imprisonment at. hard labor on a charge of fak- ing a picture of Marshal Tito ad- dressing a railway station crowd on his return from "Warsaw and Prague. The court found Ruben gmlty of gross professional negli- gence. Yes. Fltischmaan's active Fresh Yeasthelps you bake fluffier, taster Clover Leaf rolls. FleSschmann's works fast because It's full-strength. It saves you extra steps. IFSYOU BAKE AT HOME; youTI want Flcisdunann's Active Fresh Yeast cake with the familiar yellow label that has been Canada's favorite for over 70 years. Order some today! Always fresh, ot your grocers U.S. Export Wheat Poses Problem .grade lamo ____ __________ sportanon costs. Spurred on by 8 Jvnirom oenroleiim. it the shortage and high cost of pe- became worid-iamed. Until Edison ement, no one Communist ilani- troieum procucts in the west 1m- j made his improv perid's oil hunt continues unabal- could read the Co ed. festo, or anvthing else, under a In Turner Valley, Imperial and i mellower light. Onetime grocery its subsidiaries own or "participate j clerk Pratt eventually joined UD in in 198 oil and gas wells, at Nor- Standard Oil witn onetime bok- man. 63 wells. Last year Imperial aim associates completed 14 pro- ducing oil wells in the valley and one ory hole. The company com- pleted seven producing veils in the Norman field ana ten cry holes outside the proven, area. WASHINGTON, April tp) Tee United States bureau of agn- i w r- wrpiTT.TAT.nv cultural economics said Monday the i C Vr Tf-w-s iir AVFT. goveminen. may have difuculty BIGHTS ARE DELAYED reducing domestic reserves of wheat to a to which would enable it esnorts commitments for DOWN ihe first half of the vear. _. (C.P- Tccky weataer across tne keeper Rockefeller. When he died in 1891. Pratt was Brooklyn's nch- esc citizen, a solid, sharp-faced, goateed. philanthropic Baptist. To his six sons and iwo daughters he an 800-acre estate at Glen Cove, on Lorsg Island's North Snore, where they built themselves manor houses. One of the manor houses was KiUeE-crorih, a million dollars in stone and granite, Tudor style, with 39 paneled rooms, 13 baths, twelve fireplaces, S.e cellars, a swimming pool, and flower beds rended by 50 In a report on sttua-' Atlantic is delaying repatna- gardsaers. It was built by Capi- nights of aircraft and i talist Fratfs third son. George Du- avetafff of ths crnssiner none Pratt: v% ell-known conserva-! tion, the bureau said thac meeting ths January-June espors goal of bushels would require a "substantial voluntary reduction" in food consumption vof -wheat dur- ing the remainder of the April- June ouarter. unless carryover j stocks are reduced beiow bushels. the of the crossing, pout Pratt; vi ell-known conserva- from Britain is working out at nine Of 4o Dakotas scheduled to the Sight a number are days. make stranded along tfae route and 20 more .rait at rote almost, deserted airfield for others to clear west- I ward- our m "Meet my neighb rainy-day expert" "Pretty swanky, said Henry's neighbour, eyeing the new suEroom. "How come? Did you win some money at the "Meet my neighbour my rainy-day said Henry. "As my life icsurance man, he helped me finance this new sunrooni fifteen yeais ago." "Fifteen years exclaimed the builder, glancing from one to the other: "Years ago he gsve me a new slant on life insurance "Provide for the rainy days then you can eujoy the sucshine.' So that's the way I budget. My life insurance premiums are the first call oa my income. That means I don't have to worry about Kiny and the kids. Then I figure current expenses, right dowa to so much a week for movies and ice cream cones. And then! -whatever I can bank over and above that is vdvet. When it mounts up, Kitty gets a new gadget for ths kitchen, or we smarten up the house. This new sunroom comes out of ovx velvet." There is nothing like life insurance to give a man peace of mind. He can enjoy spending if he is sure that the future of his loved ones is secure. Everyone wants indepeadeace and proteoioa for his family... and when that is 3. man can indulge his whims. Near you, wherevfer you are, is a neighbour in the life insurance business. Ask him for advice in planning your future. It is good citizenship to own life insurance. A message from the Life Insurance Companies in Canada and their agents. tiomst. Boy Scout sponsor, big- j game hunter and collector of relics I of earlv civilization. When the mas- j ter died m 1935. Killenworth fell on hard tunes, eventually on sale JOT taxes. In 1944 "ths Miller Manufacturing Co, local trunk. makers, took it ss an adrmni- strauve headquarters Last ..eek Miller and Co. sold Killenwortii to Stalin and Co. The Russian purchase (for a rumored was on behalf of 200 employes of Amtorg, Soviet. commercial agency in the U.S. At i Killenworth, tne rew manor lords would find rest, recresuon and, above all, isolaanon. j Where-er Moscow sends Its offi- caals abroad, it keeps them secluded from non-Soviet; contact. In Wash- ington, for example, Soviet em- ployes send their children by chart- ered buses to a Soviet Embassy scnool m order to reauce contact with capitalism. At Glen Core the Russians will have even less contact with the na- tives. Last fall thev leased Uie late J. P. Morgan's East Island estate, which adjoins Killen- worth Local folk said they saw as little of the exclusive comrades as of the haughty Morgans and Eratts. First Irishman. "Which would yez rather be in, explo- sion or a -Second ditto: "In a collision, be- cause m a collision there yez are, but in an explosion .vhere are yez." KOBT. -fir. SERVICE tOST HIS UBHART (From the New "Yorker) Service's life since 1913. when he settled in France, has been one long Brittanv-Pans-Kmera dream, ex- j cept for two violent i ths-first "World War. in which he drove a Red Cross amoulance and I then sened as an intelligence of- j ficer 3H the Canadian Army; and the second World War. which he i weathered in this country. He has now resumed this dream, though not preciselv on the comfortable, pre-war basis. "I've always lued out of the world altogether and I've certainly enjoyed he told a fnend in New York shortly before be sailed again for France this win- ter. "I've never voted, and I've avoided all responsibilities, as far, as possible. In 1913, after marry- j ing a French girl, I bought a place near Lancieux, on the coast of Snt- tany, one of the most beautiful spois I ever saw. Our house stood j oil a rock jutting out into the sea, between two golden sandy coves. When the sun came UD. the glitter of the waves was reflected on the i walls of the house. I to fol- low the tide out every morning, for i about two miles, catching lobsters i and soeanng conger eels in the shallows. I'd swam half a mile to and rest, swim back, take i a two-hoar siesta, and then play the accordion, tvenings. I'd leaf and read from a library of fixe thousand I bought in London and autobiography. Xo fiction. IwaJv any poetry. I'm not a poetry man. though I've written a lot of wrse. It was an :deal life, absolutely in touch with na- ture, and that's whr I'm so fit and fine for my age today. My Neighbors in Bnttany never knew who I was. They simply tarew I was the wealthiest man in that part of the country. I put up a war memorial after 1918 in the village, gave liberally to church, although I'm an agnostic, and helped the poor, and I think I was held m high esteem. The Germans were about to overrun my place in 1940 when I left, with my wife and daughter My proaerty was included m H.tler's fortifica- tion system It's bristling with pill- boxes and I'm toltf it is still mined. The house uas sacked and de- stroyed and tne library burned, along with seventy-thousand- Half-Day Wednesday at STORE HOURS: 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Saturday 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday 9.30 a.m. to 1 p.m: Information Phone 3727 For the Easter Parade... BOYS' 3-PIECE SUITS COAT, "BREEKS" and SHORT PANTS Good-looking suits for the younger lads. Neatly tailor- ed from cotton and wool tweeds, each suit includes a single- breasted jacket with rayon lining and cotton-lined sleeves, a pair of regular-style breeches and a pair of short trousers. Grey, brown or 6 to 10 years. 3-piece suit aiiu cuttoii-iiucu Biceves, a. BOYS' JERSEYS "BARREL" STRIPED Colorful little pullovers for warm weather ahead. Knit from light cotton yarns in short-sleeved style with crew neckline. Bright blue, red and yellow barrel stripes. Small, medium and large. Each 49o ByG.W.G SPORT SHIRTS For Men Handsome new shirts that will make grand Easter gifts for sportsmen. Tailored from heavy basket-weave cot- ton that's stile with two buttoned breasted pockets, long sleeves and sport cellar. Blue shade 15 to Each Men's and Boys' EATOX'S, Main Floor IT'S GLOVE WEEK Cotton Fabric Gloves With Outside Stitching Attractive suede-like cotton gloves with out- side-sewn seams. Black with white stitching natural shade with black stitching. Sizes 6.4 to Pair...... Clear I Rayon Gloves With Embroidered Backs Choice of pink, blue or beige shades. Smooth rayon with eyelet backs. Siws S to 7. Priced for thrift! Pair............ 39c Main Floor 38 Inches Wide Spun Rayon TARTANS Choice of Royal Stewart, Cam- eron or Macbeth tartans in this colorful spun rayon plaid suit- able for making sport shirts, jumpers, skirts or dresses. A good that tailors well- see it early! Yard 79o Dress EATOVS, Second Floor Women's SPORT SHIRTS In Striped Patterns Useful and smart, too, are these little sports shirts for spring and summer wear. Tailored from duraSle cotton in short-sleeved, button-front style with turn-back collar and one pocket. Green, tan and blue 12 to 18. Each Main Floor KIDDIES' NARROW-FITTING HURLBUT OXFORDS Better quality footwear for youngsters narrow feet. Blucher-cut oxfords with stitched toe caps, welted leather soles and rubber heels. Black or brown calf leather up- pers. Sizes 12% to 3, A and C width. Second Floor EATON w e s T e N BRANCH STORE SPAPJLRl ;