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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 26; 1946 THE UTTHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Will Give Labor's Side of the Story TORONTO, April Alex McAuslane, vice-president of the Congress of Labor, said that liie Congress' co-ordinating committee is planning "the biggest public relations campaign ever at- tempted by labor In Canada" -with "view to informing the public of "labor's of tiie story in tb-e coming drive for better Tlie came at conclusion of a two-day session of the national during -which grousd- urork laid for a drive for in- creased wages and fewer Tfirorkinsr hours. Geceral strikes Sn irdwstry discussed and aid isras u-efiged to any unions calling strikes ia sup- port tiie C.CJU program. McAuslane said the labor public relations campaign would utilize press, radiOj leaflets, mass meetings and display and was design- ed. in part, to "offset an ami-labor A statement released following tire session criticized federal price i and wage policy, charged that cost of consumer goods had been allowed to increase between 20 and 30 per j cent, whae wages regained tae eame or lell lower. LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued froui Front Page.) habits are broken. He enters the house around nine in ihe rooming end laostly doesn't leave until after 11 at Eight, exceps on WedEesdsy, v.-hich means that he doesn't gas enough, regular exercise and if If a. Toung member, he is apt to pus. on" fat and if he is an older mem- ber he must be wary of over-eating. Dr. Bfciir thinks the average member here has too much, sense to gei up into a breakdoTjm. Dr. McCann Thiri'ics the eating habits of members have im- proved even in the short time he has been here. But he does- believe the member of middle age will have a tsndencv to go down a little faster because he is a member than if he had let the nation's business look after icself. Book He-viewer Em-low, of the Ottawa Citizen, In reviewing "Wil- liam Allan White's autobiography, says that when While arrived in Einpcria, Kansas, he found himself in a quandary. The citizens knew tha; he had bought the Gazette and was now a newspaper proprie- tor. If they could onlv have seen inside his purse-----! He had a moment's indecision, then the Citi- zen emotes from the book; "Should I lug my heavy bag- gage uptown to the boarding house where I was expected, and establish a. reputation as a frugal, thrifty voung publisher, or should I establish my credit in the community by going in a hack? lie hack was a quar- ter. I decided as a credit- strengthening act, to take the ftarfr. I piled in. I never re- gretted it. I was never the frlnri who could have made money by saving it. But if the crowd had known that when. I Tiaid the hackman I had just a dollar left (a fact that was no- bodv's business) the opinion of the'tovm -would cave been div- ided about me. As it was. no Question arose in the mind of the town, about my financial ability. A good front is rather to be chosen, than great riches." COCKFIGHTDfG CHie Minneapolis Star-Journal) The ancient scort of cockngiiting dies hard, as witness the raid oa the "Eden Prairie farm a few days nftgO Jungle fowls gave Orientals the Idea thousands of years ago. Be- fore the time of Christ, Tcemis- tocles introduced the fights into Greece, after his army had been inspired by watching a couple of cocks it. Athens then held cockfighting festivals annually. Romans weie slow in adopting the sport, but they eventually spread it through much, of Europe, despite opnosition of the Christian church. In England, the pastime popular from the 12th century on. Cockfights took place at church and school. Betting added greatly to the excitement and many a young blace lost his -whole patri- mony that way. New England frowned upon the cruel game, but other parts of America welcomed it in the days before horse racing became rue popular gatfceriag place for gam-, Sere- Now it i> everywhere j in the United States mnd manyj other nations. But in Spain. Cuba and some Oriental countries gamej cocks, armed with steel spurs, still! fight legally to the death. Husband: "Come baci for some- thing you've forgotten, as Wife "No, I've come back for I've remem- bered." WOODEN WURST TASTV EATING despatch ia Chicago Tribune) In the window of a butcher shop hung rich-looking sausages and the queue of hungry people was leog. A casual visitor looked at the sausages and thought of the Ger- man meat shortage and wondered. The explanation was that the Germans were eating their wooden. sausages, an example of how. in- spired by the Swedes, the Germans turned to their forests during the war for clothing, shelter, and fooc. Each month in the American zone the Germans turn out 63 toss of rtte sausage. They snake it from slush, waste froia a paper mill, and whey left over from cheese plants. Both are dried ana mixed with a few condiments, then slipped into an artificial sausage casing. Presto! Sausage containing 73 per cent, protein which one American food expert said tasted damned" good. Lt-Gen. Walter Bedell Smith, United States ambassador to Ifcis- sia aad chief-of-staff to Gen. Eis- enhower during the invasion of Europe said in Moscow that Ralpa Ingersoll was not in a position to assess the strategy of the allied high command- Mr. ingersoll, publisher of the Kew York morning newspaper PM, iharaly criticized Gen. Eisenhower Marshal Viscount Mont- in his book Top Secret. DUTIES the war Mr. Ingersoll served as a United States army liaison of- ficer between various aliiec head- quarters. Gen. Smith, in an exclusive inter- with the Moscow corresponq- en of the Sunday Chroni- cle said- "If IngersoU says that Eisenhower could have ended the war by Christmas, then to me it means that his opinion as me capacity of any senior commander is not "worth, the paper on whien it is written. "For a non-professional soloier to criticize Eisenhower in the way Jneersoll has done would oe as if I started criticizing a brain surgeon on some highly delicate operation. Gen. Smith added: should doubt very much whe- ther he was a regular liaison ofiicer between Gen. Omar Bradley and Montgomery. He may have aone some contact work between them bus not on any high level." what he tcougnt of Mr. Ingersoll's allegation that Gin- Eisenhower was appointed with j.uii regard to his political and diploma- tic capacities. Bedell Smith said "I am completely familiar with the considerations which prompted the selection of Eisenhower and these were based tmreiy on his military ability. I am no hero worshipper, but Eisenhower has the best tacti- cal judgment of any officer I have ever met." Of Reid Marshal Montgomery the general said "I consider him one of the greatest leaders pro- duced bv the war. Do not .pay attention to Ingersoll. Ask some of the senior officers under goniery's command or better still ask my friend "Brookie" (Field Marshal Lord Alanbrook, chief of the imperial general TOO MANY RULES (British United Press) The British Society of Individu- alists is taking some comfort these days from the fact Britons are now permitted to wave handkerchieis at asaip at sea or a. flying airplane. Soon, the society hopes, citizens will be able to bay their own funeral shrouds without surresaer- only, two of the restrictions on individual and cor- porate freedom authorized during the war and the society, its roster of members bristling witn titles, is fighting for immediate removal of every one of them. We want the restoration of liber- ties which were filched from us said Russell Sidebottom, former official of the ministry of informa- tion now editor of the society s publication. "For an example of the things we are "opposing I give you ifcs-r it takes 103 government forms to get a bottle of milk on the con- sumer's doorstep. Among other things, vou can't use mussels ACT fishing bsit." _ FRUIT JUICES FEATURED FOR SATURDAY No rarion coupons required. Limited quantities. PINEAPPLE JUICE from Hawaii, pure. OO Dole brand. 20-ounce tin ORANGE JUICE from Jamaica, pure. O O 20-ounce iin GRAPEFRUIT JUICE from Texas, Of or OQ pure. 20-ounce tin APPLE JUICE from B.C., pure. O for 20-ounee tins LEMON JUICE, pure, from California. 1 A C ________ 6-ounce tin CANNED PUMPKIN for pies. 28-onnce tins 25c MIRACLE COOKIES OR FRUIT FINGERS PEARS Ayliner tsrxnA, choice quality. 20-onnce tin (2 tins for one coupon! SHELLED WALNUTS California., Diamond brand. J 25c HORSE RADISH LIPTON'S SOUP MIX Wholesome, economical, easy to prepare Taylor's, 9-cunce jar TOMATO KETCHUP Ashcroft brai.o. Bottle 35c 14c FRUITS AND VEGETABLES RTPE TOMATOES, firm pink, pound FRESH ASPARAGUS, per pound ...........................3OC GRAPEFRUIT, plain, size 36's ........................3 for 206 B.C. RHUBARB, pound ......................................8C C.ltfLIFLOWER, fancy white, pound .........................22C LEAF LETTUCE, local, ponnd ...............................35c EATTXG APPLES, Winesaps, pound STORE HOURS: 9JO a.m> to S.3O p-m. Saturday 9.3O to p-m. Wednesday ajn. to 1 p.m. Information Phone 3727 IT WRITES DRY WITH WET INK IT STARTS IN A SPLIT SECOND IT'S THE PEN EVERYONE HAS BEEN WAITING FOR of yea write COME IN AND TIT IT Truly the most amazing pea you ever dreamed of see how it writes dry with wet ink no blotter needed no inky fingers! Try its split-second starting. We have now a com- plete stock of these mar- velous Parker "51" Pens available in Canada for the orst time. PARKER 52 PEN WITH GOLD-FIIiEB CAP Matching: Pencil 9.OO PARKER 51 PEX WITH PLATS Matching Pencil 6.OO Set Main Floor Eaton's "Young Modern" SHOES FOR WOMEN TAILORED GORE PUMPS Here's a stylish new shoe you'll like tailored suits or frocks. It is a gore pump with black or broivn calf leather uppers, covered military heels, high fronts, elastic gores and flap trim studded "with nailheads. Sizes 5 to 9, widths A and G, a few AAA. Pair....................... t.O v w f SENIOR GIRLS' 'TRENT" OXFORDS Serviceable footwear for school, business or street r. Smart blucher-cut oxfords with black or tan- colored caif leather uppers, perforated vamps, sturdy leather soles and leather walking heels. Sizes 5 to 9, C width. Pair Main Floor EATON'S TESTED SEEDS Highly recommended for successful gardens. We have a com- plete stock of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, and grass seeds for every location. Nook Grass Seed, pound ........................7OC Eaton's Best Mixture Grass Seed, pound..........65C Kentucky Blue Grass Seed, a hardy variety. Lb. 50C Eaton's "Diamond E" Special Quality and Commercial Quality Beef Brisket Point, rolled for pot roast, pound Sirloin Tip Roast, Ib. 40 C Round Steak, pound 37 C Minced Steak, pound32c Blade Roast, pound 24C Prime Rib Rolled Roast, pound ....................38 C Rump Rcast, pound 35 C Cubed Steak, pound 39c Cross Rib Roast, Ib. Round Bone Roast, pound PORK SAUSAGE, pound ....................................21c COMMERCIAL SAUSAGE.................2 pounds COMMERCIAL SAUSAGE MEAT, pound Limited Quantity First Grade Regular Hams, Cottage Rolls, Boneless Hams REGULAR HAMS, bone in, pound ...........................42c COTTAGE ROLLS, pound ........................................46c BONELESS HAMS, pound ........................................54C Main Floor T. EATON C BRANCH STORE o LIMITED COLOREb FLANNELETTE Pastel 36 Inches Wide Don't miss this chance to secure that pastel-colored flannelette you've been wanting for kiddies' and grown-ups' nightwear, undergarments, quilt linings, babies" garments and other sewing purposes. It is softly napped shades of yellow, pink, mauve and white. and comes Yard in CRASH TABLING ABOUT 54 INCHES WIDE Attractive and colorful for luncheon cloths, tea towels or kitchen curtains. Cotton crash checked in blue or green white ground. Sturdy on quality Yard that washes nicely. TUMBLESPUN RAYON About 38 Inches Wide There's a chs'ce love- ly plain colors in tha material for summer frocks especially suitable for tailored models and two-piece suiis. Pre-shrunfc spun rayon an interesting weave. Yard togs red CHECKED TISSUE GINGHAM A iight-weieht cotton gingham youll lore for summer frocks and play It comes in l-lS-inch. ar.ri -4-inch checks in green, blae. brown and checks. Yard 89o 54 INCHES WIDE WOOL CREPE Complete year spring and summer with a vrool suit and make it up from this handsome new wool crepe. It comes In several de- lightful "paint bos" colors- Yard.................. Staples 3tnd Second Floor DAIRY SUPPLIES STRAINER PAILS Strainer milk pails that are sanitary and easy to attached bail nancies -Kith wooden grips. Imperial 1 Of? 12% Imperial qt. size, each.. A qt. size, each Securely "TRIUMPH" CHURNS Sturdy butter churns made from shiny metal with wooden beaters. 20 Imperial quart capacity. Each. CREAMERY CANS WITH TAP AND GAUGE Handy for separating milk when not using regular separators. Imperial (Jf f QJJ 15 Imperial qt. size, each. A- qt. size, MILK STRAINERS Metal top anfi bottom, with fine istra mesh strainer. Esch MILK FILTER DISCS size for use in. the above strainer. Each..................................... DAIRY PAILS Sanitary dairy Dails in "Monarch" qualitv. Bail hand'ea. Imperial fiKx. 12 2'3 Imperial Quart size, each OOC Quart size, each IX quality dairy pails in 12% Imperial Quart size, each..................................................... 39c 50c 75c 90c TWO SIZES IN TOURIST CASES Handy cases for shipping clothing or 'or use in automobile trunks 'Phen motoring. made from heavy libre -Rith tnetal reinforcements on rimers and edges. Size 28x15x9 inches, 9 Size 30x9x15 inches, each ..............................vD.OD each Strongly Summer Protection For Your FURS At EATON'S in has recently installed completely modern fur storage vault which of- the same splendid protection yomr furs have received Eaton storage vaults. Bring your furs ia now to Eaton's Second Floor Women's Wear Department or 3603 for pickup service. FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHINGS Continuing our two-day promotion of home values with another jroap of smart furniture. Occa- sional pieces such as these go a long way towards lending real charm and liveability to your house. See them tomorrow at Eaton's.____________________________________________________ 'TILT BACK" CHAIRS 5-PIECE BRIDGE SETS Upholstered In Rich Velours Deeply comfortable arm chairs especially preferred by the "man of the Sturdy hard- wood frames built on a tilting- back principle with padded seats and backs and wine or green cotton velour upholster- ing-. Padded footstool to match completes the ensemble. Cash Price, each Any home will find this set a real convenience at party time. Sturdy rnetaj bridge sets in- eluding a folding table with metal braces and four folding chairs. Chairs have leatherette seats and backs, tables have matching tops. Cash Price, 5 pieces Handsome BOOKCASES IN DOUBLE DOOR STYLE A fitting- cabinet for your book treasures. Good-looking book case built from birchwood finished in rich walnut style with two glass doors and three inside shelves for holding books. Measures about 42 inches wide, by 46 inches high, by 12 inches deep. Cash Price, each Budget Plan Terms, in accordance with War- time Prircs and Trade Board regulations, may arranged if desired on furniture or over. COFFEE TABLES WITH "DUNCAN PHYFE" Attractive coffee fables wuh. circular tops, omarcsntal edge, and smart Duncan Phyfe base, BuiH from birch- wood in rich walnut excellent value for your living room! Each SQUARE BACK CRAIRS NATURAL-COLOR VARNISH FINISH Dandy chairs for kit- chen or breakfast rooia use. Built from hard- wood in square-back style ivith sturdy seats acd ____3 -i----i._L.---- nish finish. Each EATON'S, Third TOoor MEWSPAPKJRl ;