Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 12

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL MOLOTOV IS CAREFUL All Food First Tasted by Sergeant Huge Wheat Crop Sown In Russia Highlights In The News B JX minister of Mount Plea- More than 22.000 Australian e-c-{ faction of the Social Democratic en inav need treatment ior party ended 30 years of strife in Ber- j 'sant Presbvterian Church, Vancou- ver. from 1931 to 1940, and former mnrierator of the Presbytery of Westminster, died at Bolton. Ont. At a meeting of the Peterboro and thinks and Hves in peacetime. The G. Ehrenburg of Izvestia, Gen. Mikhail R. Galak- tioaov of Pravda and Konstantua M. SiBionov of Red to Ken- York to meet with the Ameri- can Society of Newspaper EdiJors. may be possible 10 dispense with the four-power trusteeship for a divided Korea or to limit ii to less 36, died at Victoria Itiday. in Bristol, Bag., lived at Medi- cine Hat and Vancouver coming here four years ago. lionel AtwilL 61, veteran British siaee and screen actcr, died HoUva'cod from a pneumonia at-C tack. More than half of Australia's wheat production for 1545-46 -Brill go; Hodge, commander of United Slates w united "Kingdom and abcus troops in southern Korea at ,0 of lhe rem f worfcs Jt was reconiniend- officiaJy into than five years. i-t.-Gea. Jonn R. AcadK" :ay "after beias; since- 306 workers. United Mine Workers; out -when the used ia. the died at his home there Saturday. Valerie Hilioii airliner in J arena, rzed 3 Toronto locals of Here's sweeter, tastier bread with FLEISCHMANN'S huge hs: j year-round urocuciion of I vegetables woulc be bail: in Mos- i I cow. Sverdlovsk. Molo- i j fovsk. Gorky, ChelyasiEsk and j j Yaroslavl. LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Pron; New Regulations Of Patricia Loeb, wile of Sgi. Oliver Loeb of Peoria, t1...' After Jour years of inactivity, Use TII whaling head north from V'cto-ia :his season, officials of the ConsoJidawd Whaling Compaay limited said. wheat were moved out of the pro-1 a week. Brig. Jsmes A. Roberts of Toron- 1 vince for shipment abroad. the United 2- branches of joined the union in authorizing the na- _ tional directors to call for strike In the one-year perioa enaed April action, if necessary, in the union's 12. MacKinnon said in Eamon- campaign for the 40-hour week and ton bushels of Alberta; a national minimum wage cf S33.60 A resolution calling on ihe British govemmen to "end miliiarv con-; jscription at the earliest possible moment was carried by a majority! of 190 votes at the co-operative: party conference. A purge of Communists is. tiw- Australian Labor Partv was urged, by speakers at ihe annual confer-: ence of the Victoria Branch of tabor party. John H. Le Rougeial. pointed British ambassador to The T.OOO.OOOsh American soldier arrived there bv air Monday to be dischared since Mav 12. 1945 to be discharged since Mav 12. 1945, was released Monday. From a i VE-day strength of the 4. Labor member of i in London after t to Iran that "Hus- _ ____ exercise considerable j army had decreased, despite draft j irthcorning Persian j inductions and recruitment, to last April 1. Further re- duction -Brill bring it to 3 V.1- t ta.- u day of professor, who "tad doubtless been said. :t. Australian external I by July 1- Affairs minister, in London advo-1 cared a sst-up similar M> the Can-i More than ada-TJaiied States defence board as i carrying out long 700 persons applied I al co-operation us maintain peace ia Okanazan Vallev Co-operative the southwest Pacific area. I Creamery Association, will erect a IT'S FULL STRENGTH so it goes right to _ No No eitra steps. Heisciunann's fresh "raner already beaten you a; yours active Yeast makes bread that's more delicious and tender, sweeter-tasting every time! IP YOU BAKE AT HOME-Get Heischmann's acfn-e fresh Yeast With the familiar yellow been Canada's' i tive. or on anplication to ckn bv such seiler. grive scecial directions This self-styled Alberta expert on ressrding the masimum neriod o: kisses who persists in getting in credit. i the sews now he can tell Provisions fc previous orders sue- everything: about kissing. Perhaps j dairv olant as an adoitiosi to present" creamery at Vernon. _____ McGavin. 63. formerly mavor of Victoria for eight consecu- ive years, died last week. Rev. Frederick Gordon Fowler, rapidly disappeared fol- sofead of the white rmn ilains and by the turn ferorite for more than 70 years. MADE IN CANADA cecrurv were SUD- extinct. Formnatelv. however, a smal] uestiEg colohv was discoi'ered in nnipeg i Montana in 1907 and later another i SIOUD was located in Wyom- j ua Weary forest fire fighters battled on Monday as a change in wind caused new flare-ups in a Burling-! f' to Plt.-Lt. Robert Renison. form- erly of the erican bride. aad his Am- Mrs. Elizabeth Doucet, 100, moth- J. Andre Doucet. mmis- ton County fire that has already j consumed acres, including 2.- 930 acres of the Penn state forest southeast, of Chaisworih, NJ. The state department of the Uni- ted States will extend to three Hus- sian war correspondents z Dotential- ly significant invitation to take a loot 21 how the United States works of industry and reconstruction ick, died at Pac- Twenty-five former servicemen now emoloyed in service stations in Toronto will seek withdrawal of a bylaw requiring service stations to close at 7'pjn. Three thousand persons held irr nriscns in Buenos Aires province, heart of the .Argentine food belt, volunteered to dcnate half of their; daily food to the starving people of the "world. Forecast of a decrease !n the pjp- duction of milk, unless the prices board authorizes an increase in milk: prices, was made by K. A. president of the Hamilton, Ont.; Milk Producers' Association- Damages cf more than caused by fire of unknown i-tln which destroyed the Canadian National Haflwsvs freight and the coalyards of the J. B. Me-; Kenzje and Son Company at Georgetown, Ont. Ernest Mitchell, his wife, Loretts; and their four-year-old daughter.- Geraldine of London, were tilled when their car crashed into a cox-. car in a frelent train on. a Canadian; Miss Marjorie Kathleen Barber, National Railways crossing -here. CANCER ALBERTA GOVERNMENT CANCER SERVICES The Provincial Department of Health operates two caccer Diagnostic Clinics: (1) AS Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, every Friday afternoon from 2 pjn. to 6 pjn. (2) At the Proviccial BuHilng, Edmonton, every Tuesday and Pricay, from 9 ajn. to 1 pjn. To be admitted to the Clinics, patients must present the offi- cial form signed by their family physician. Diagnosis is free and subsequent treatment by X-rays, Radium or Surgery is free, if authorized in writlr.g by the Clinic. Free hospitalization is restricted to the diagnostic period. If fccspitalization is necessary for that purpose, for a period not ex- ceeding fourteen days. Officers and Patrons of the Alberta Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society: Patron His Majesty the Kins: Honorary Presidents Dr. J. S. McEachcrn Dr. W. H. McGaffin President Mr. Alexander Caihonn Vice-President Mr. W. M. Porterfield Treasurer Mr. Walter Gedfics Secretary Mr. G. M. Pcltinser pective buyer, and every price tag. card or label attached TO or display- TRUMPETER SWAXS ed with any such goods must show POISOXED the cash price Maximum orices fix- (From Chickadee Notes in Wi ed by. or under authority o: Fxee Press) ____ _ Prices Board will be cash prices Possibly the most closely held of ing. A few birds wintered annually only, ijT'igg; otherwise stated. i Canadian conservation secrets are in the Yellowstone National Park j the exact localities where Tram- bet-sen IS15 and 1921, and in 1919 Cattle receipts for sale Honday on j peter Swans are srili to be found.! a flock of nineteen was found Vvin- 1 the Winnices market, totalled 300-1 Once a plentiful nesting species I tering on an obscure British Co- j 1.000 head short of normal expecra- over nost of the interior of the I lumbia lake. These flocks were J nons. United States and Canada, the immediately given government, pro- j tection and gradually the birds in- creased m number until in 1935, i the EWO American colonies aum- I bered 136, and in 1940, 212 in four j colonies, the new colonies having been artificially made. In the meantime, ihe British Columbia I birds also thrived and a new col- on- was discovered in Alberta, but juss how many Trumpeters there are in Canada has not been offi- cially announced by the govern- ment. Conservationists, basing their op- timism on the success so far achieved, had every hope thai the Truinneier Swan would survive if protection from stupid hunters and collectors were provided on its nest- ing and wintering grounds but dis- concerting news has recently come from British Columbia to the ef- fect that alinoss an entire winter- ing flock was. wiped out last Febm- arv through lead poisoning, caused by" the bird swallowing shotgun pel- lets while searching for food on the lake bottom. This is a hazard es- tremeiv difficult to circumvent. According to a news clioping sent in by -J. J. Conklin. St. Vital, Msit, the birds were first thought to be commoner Whistling Swan and the malady Dotuhsm. the "duck sickness brought about through de- caying vegetation in stagnant waters, but a renort from Dr. McTaggart Cowan of the Universi- ty of British Columbia and J. A. Munro. federal migratory bird of- ficer .identifies the birds as the rare Trumaeter Swan and the dis- ease as poisoning. The bodies of 14 birds were retrieved. Lead poisoning in -waterfowl came to the forefront about 25 years ago when paralysed ducks were found in American marshes which had been shot over for many years. The cause of the trouble was not recognized for a considerable time but experiments by the UJS. Biolozical Survey definitely showed that lead pellets in the birds' stom- achs brought about paralysis and eventual death. The wing muscles are the first affected and the bird scon loses the power of flight; then the leg muscles fail, followed by the tail and breast muscles. In severe cases the birds die -in a few days but in less chronic poisonings, they may gradually waste away over a period of weeks. Tne disease has occurred in ducks in Manitoba but cot to any great extent. Every one of us. including you and me, is subject to Cancer. One out of every eight persons over 40 dies of this dread disease. Yet proper education and treatment has reduced Cancer fatalities amazingly in many places. Some forms of Cancer have been beaten so thoroughly that as high as 95% cures hare been effected. WHAT WE ARE PLANNING FOR ALBERTA (1) Through ihe distribution of literature, the use of films, ths spoken word, and every sgency of modern publicity to reach every community, every person ia the province, and so create a healthy, sane attitude to- ward cancer. Fear is our worst enemy, knowledge our great ally in the fight against cancer. (2) Our aim should be nothing less than to see tha; the best medical skilis and the finest cancer-fighting techniques are easily accessible and immediately available to every cancer case. The Govermnen; Cancer Clinics are the proper agencies to supply this need. We thins these Clinics should be snade full-time Cliaics rost as soon as this is necessary to effective action against cancer. (3) We aim to set up in all towns and cities a permanent local organization or committee with -which our Provincial Office can keep in touch. <4) A campaign of this kind requires money. Hence the modest objective of 000.00 for the province. Campaign closes April 30th ACT NOW Coach: "You're doing well, son. The way you hit the lines and the way you dodge and tackle and 1 wofin "through tiiem is marvellous." j Plaver: "It comes easy to me. I' used to go with my mother to the bargain sales." PUNCTUATION PLAGUE (Waii Street Journal) In the not too distant future something will have to be done about semi-colons; it is a habit that is creeping up on too many writers; without any due reason put in a semi-colon and keep going; whereas any school boy knows that, after a complete thought has been expressed the tra- ditional and expected punctuation mark is period. One reacniv admits there Is place for semi-colons in writing; but it's gettirfg to the point now in books, papers and magazines I where one has to read a whole paragraph before a period; and some English leachers have been known to declare that the superfluous use of the mark is typi- cal of world society in which too many things are demanding atten- tion at the same time; and not only that but the plethora of demands is inter-related and tied up with na- tional interests in a Minotauriar: maze. Perhaps the situation calls for action by the American Council of Enghsh "Teachers; perhaps st is something about which editors should display some degree of unanimity; "the whole situation is. confused; but from widely scattered j frcnts the report has come that the time for action about the indis- criminate use of semi-colons has arrived. Half-Day Wednesday at STORE HOURS: 9.30 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 MEN'S COTTON GLOVES I SHIRTS Stylish es la leather. Wa" colors. Sizes 8 Sturdy work shirts to give plenty of service Tailored in roomy coat style frvcn cotton covert cloth with one breast poc- ket and attached collar. Blue color sizes 145i 'to IS. Men's Wear EATON'S, Main Floor DOMINION "KIKS" For Men! New arrivals in sport foot- wear for men Brown leather Blucher cut o x fords with _corded vamps, composi- tion soles and rub- ber heels. Sizes 6 to 11. Pair Boys' Jersey Second Floor WIDE UNBLEACHED COTTON Useful, for hous< eliold weigi able q uality AUTO SEATS FOR BABIES Dandy seats for Baby when out driv- ing! Made from sturdy maroon-colored cotton gabardine with two arms that fit over the back of the car seat, two leg holes and tie-ins. Generous ddth. Yard .EATON'! Second Floor STORE YOUR FURS NOW AT EATON'S! Our newly installed fur storage vault offers mod- ern protection for your fur coats during the sum- mer rricr.ths. Bring them in now to the Wo- men's Wear Section, Sec- ond Floor, or call 3605 for pick-up service. 6-CUP SIZE PERCOLATORS Inexpensive coffee percolators made from sturdy quality white en- amelware with bright red trim Six-cup size complete with basket. Each Basement EATON BRANCH STO R E INEWSPAPERif SFAPERl ;