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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK-PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1946 FEDERAL AID TO FIGHT VENEREAL DISEASES Bv IXAHCT Press Staff Writer) Priacs Edward 1S43 1944 1S45 Island..... Nova Scotia Brunswick OTTAWA. April agreement on new financial rela- tions arise out cf the current meet- Q? Domiriiori-rirQvincial ccaference. the fee-era! gpvemniens, n make available to the-! 5 provinces annually to belp fight venereal diseases, on :he grade since the outbreak cf war. j Irt proposals to the provinces, the. government offeree} to make the grant available to assist- in the- A si prevention and free treatment synhilis and gonorrhea. The gract; be paid 50 per cent on the Pnno? basis of pcnmation and 50 per cent JSiass according to the number of new sco; cases cf venereal disease reponea in the previous calendar year. i %'-K> 178 603 375 7512 SIS 1.118 20 913 4359 7.9OS 1.123 42: 5.105' 8224 i 2.335' 1.635 celssiKa Tots.. IT breakdovi-n for syphilis 1543 1944 1545 35 34 496 651 573 413 6.037 663 622( 330 4101 573 593 S3 5S3 334 Q Columbia from 1S45. Authorities said ifce increase was; to the fact improved machinery was resulting in the tin-; covering of cases which previously have gone imdiselosed. j In the first two months cf this, rear the number of eases of orrhea and synhilis -ass set at raent for compared with 5.63S ponding Last 1565 1339 Tfetsis 13.657 16.475 The f isures covered cases both smorig the armed forces and the population. Most provincial governments now are nrovicing free medical treat-; sufferers of venereal -i-_'v.'-- i reported. The peak for svphiiis was; ness in obtaining prompt reached in 1343. -with. 19.667 cases, j ment. COMPARATIVE FIGUEES wgures compiled by toe Domin- laws have been passed pre- j Ion of Statistics gave this: rcaritai aUxxi tes.s for com- breakdown bv provinces for gon- i palsory. Bnush Columbsa nas a oTheafi cases" curing he last three law on the statutes out it has never been enforced. Canadian Action Eases Emergency considering whether or not possible. j the five-day week does away with a "I hope to marry her In Pius- i hMf-hoiidav in the week and there- gh. but I am not sure wnere or jore should be a four-and-a-half- day week to restore the half j day; (f) cccktaU parties; (g) movies; (h) attending church. Any similarity between this pro- posal and common sense, or arith- j metic, is purely co-incidentaL The striking "resemblance to the effi-. dency advice offered to farmers by j he said. Small Attendance At Cabinet Meet EDMONTON, April three members of the Alberta cabinet st23. ia pal Affairs Minister C. Z. Gerhart. Health Minister W. Cress and Agriculture Minister D. B. Mac- a council meeting but one minister said only routine business was coscussec- j being too prolific in his output, re- -OrwrinMo! SeCretSTT A. J. SOOke, Tntrirt >iim nf T.rtrwa organized city-slickers is deliberate and our city reporter accepts full legal responsibility for it. Next talks one jjj your hear- about a modern author suffering from influenza, is still away from his desk. MtJST GO WAT FOB ASPHALT him of Vega, the Spanish poet and playwright and contemporary of Shakespeare, who, I when he died on August 27, 1635. j at the age of Angel rlores in his biography of had written plavs of at least i verses each, five epic poems.! city engineer announced j collection of novels. Over 22.- toat War Assets Corporation had 4 305 ,Jpoll sheets of awarded Winnipeg a rsew it ha? to be shipped from Dawson Greek, B.C., distance ofJcotD CREAM PIE about miles. The plant, CTirjie) Eianea at Dawson Creek for use by i In rtssno, Calif, Mrs. William i the R.C.A.P. shortly before the war ended, has never been used. CHINESE-CANADIANS KETCRX FROM WAR Apra Chinese-Canadians who served in "Burma under British army com- macG arrived Sere yesterday from Halifaz on their way Hogers smacked her lips over the j pie her husband had baited, stopped i abruptly whea she learned what Sae I had asset for shortening; cold! "A rose for every precious Tear 1 of your read the card "en- I closed vrfth an order for two dozen j flowers, the young man's birthday} OTf-3- j to their homes in Vancouver. Sgt. 3. C. Lee specialized in demolition work behind the Japanese lines and Sgt. K. W. Louie, a paratroopsi; was dropoed in Japanese-held territory to do Intelligence work. j WHT SCOTS DOXT "BRINK j (Ottawa CiSzen) Conviction of "drunks" In Scot- gift to his fiancee. "A good customer deserves extra thought the florist, and in an extra dozen roses. wedding has now FEELS WEAK ON DIET BRISTOI-, England, April five days on an experimental "starvation diet" of calories a day, W. F. Vernon, Labor'member of parliament, reported yesterday that he felt "definitely weaker." Ke said he would stack to his diet, de- signed to show him fccw hungry Europeans exist, "until I feel that my efficiency is impaired." land fell from tweeri "39 and '44. 348be- Which would be definite proof of increasing so- briety, if the Edinburgh Scotsman hadn't explained in announcing the figures that "with whiskey and beer at. their present price it is only on rare occasions that any- one can afford to let himself go and like Tarn Shanter 'feel glor- Jous..o'er a" the ills o' life victorl- STORE HOURS: 9.3O 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 CLEAR! WOMEN'S BLOUSES and rayon crepe VARIETY OF to Value for early shoppers! Worthwhile savings on lovely springtime blouses to wear with your smartest suits and skirts Included in the iois are pretty spun rayon blouses in long and short-sleeved styles tailored or dressy. Plain colors and gray prints. Sizes 14 to 20 in the lot. Each Women's Second Floor to Women's Hats Clear REGULAR TO S10.00 Springtime savings to please thrift-minded women. A large group of lovely hats all clearance priced and excellent val- ues. Included in the lot are handsomely blocked wool and fur felts as well as interesting models in simulated straws, trimmed with flowers and gay veiling. Good choice of bright and dark "paint box" colors! Each Second Floor to At the Stationery Counter PERSONAL NOJES Popular "Scribbles" and floral-designed note-size pa- per and envelopes. AA PAPER BAKING CUPS For lining muffin and cup cake tins. 9ftr Package cf 85 GAME CHIP CHESTS Attractive walnut colored chests containing 200 olaving chips in colored gfac BOXED STATIONERY Vellum-finish paper ana envelopes in pretty box with scenic cover. jj-f OC Each Box of 12 FLORAL CALENDARS Regular 27c Emiiy Sartain reproductions suitable for framing. -1 O TTaif price, each .....IOC JIG-SAW PUZZLES 450 interlocking pieces in heavy cardboard. Pictures about 20x15 inches completed. Each Main Floor SEMI-PORCELAIN CUPS An opportunity to stock up on sturdy cups for everyday use. These are'made from semi-porcelain ware in cream color gener- ous size -with secure handles. Bandy for home or fy camping! Cups JL f C Scrub Tub, Wash Board and Clothes Pins Combination laundry value Includ- ing z. galvanized scrub tub, standard- size glass wash board and three dozen spring-tvce clothes pin. AU for 7.......... Wash Boilers With Covers Strongly made wash boilers cf galvanized metal standard size about inches. Complete with close-fitting cover and end handles. Each.......... GARBAGE CANS FOR OUTSIDE USE These large garbage cans are made from heavy galvanized metal with tight-fitting covers and securely attached outside handles. About inches high, diameter at top 17 inches, diameter at bottom. 15 inches. Irnoerial gallon canacity. Sach EATON'S, Basement Boys' Yacht CAPS Colorful and cool for summer! Light-weight, cotton yacht caps for little lads finished -Kith shiny peaks- colored band and black peak. Sizes 65s Each White or navy with gold- to BOYS' TROUSERS Smart-looking trousers for school or dress wear. Tailored in regular .style from wool Donegal-type tsreeci vrith cot- toa pocfeeuug. Sand or blue sizes 10 to 16 years. BOYS' JACKETS Zipper-front jackets of cotton drill with raglan sleeves, knitted wool cuffs, collar and waistband. Navy blue with contrasting trim. Sizes 6 to 18 years. Each MEN'S LEATHER JACKETS Seal hoisehide leather jackets zipper front, two slash pockets and cotton lining. Slack, green or blue sizes 36 to 44. Each with Men's an? Boys' EATOX'S, Main Floor if FEATURED FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DRESSER AND CHIFFONIER In Walnut Finish Good-looking pieces of bedroom furniture to match up with odd beds. Three-drawer dresser with square window glass mir- ror, and a four-drawer chif- fonier both with metal drawer, pulls. Built from birch- wood finished in rich walnut tones. Cash Price, 2 PLATE GLASS MIRRORS VARIETY OF SIZES UNFRAMED STYLE Handsome mirrors to grace the walls of your home. Made from clear heavy plate glass with sanded edges and effective sand- blast designs. Many sizes and attractive shapes to choose from! to PICTURE FRAMES ABOUT 7x9 INCHES Effective frames for your prized photographs. 'Made from aictal with glass win take a 7x3-inch picture and provirie a border of cream or black with silver- color. Each HANDSOME TWO PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE COVERED IN BLUE OR WINE COTTON TAPESTRY YouH approve of the quiet distinction of these rich-look" ing chesterfield suites, They're built on conservative lines similar to illustration at right with sound hard- wood frames, no-sag spring base and reversible spring- filled cushions. Uphol- stered in excellent quality cotton tapestry in plain blue or wine showwood trim. Cash Price, 3 pieces Bndget Plan Terms, in accordance with Wartime Prices "and Trade Board regulations, may be arranged if desired on furniture S15.00 or ever. SIMILAR TO ILLUSTRATION Sdtania SPRING-FILLED MATTRESSES IN 48- AND 54-INCH SIZES A popular type of spring-filled mattress that gives dependable service and plenty of comfort. Filled with numerous small coils all securely and scientifically tied, embedded in layers of soft cotton, Fibre (Paper) SHADES Inexpensive window shades mace from serviceable fibre