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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD JUNE 60TH ANNIVERSARY Of Experimental Farms h Marked -The 60th. land, 100 of .donated Highlights In The News There w-ere 91 posttxaaed conscien- tious objectors alternative ser- vce wors camos Aori! 30, accorc- byjicg :o in the 'or M. J. ColcveU, C.CJF. Two persons died and five were icourec in accidects ia sManitoba' diinug the weekend. j A. G. Boitomley. Labor, said la the British House of Coaimors the Ftod Ministry is prepared to bay UOES across evolved from. larm at Ottavra. Concerned GBAVE COAL SHORTAGE FACES HOUSEHOLDEKS NIAGARA FALLS, June gravest coal shortage in years faces Ca- nadian industries and hoase- holoers next winter. laa Maciarea. associate coal con- troller, said here in an adoress to 500 aeiegaies to the 42nd annual contention of the Canadian Retail Coal Association. j Stork Delays Ceremonies To to climatic conditi mental iartas in Northern wiui ihe discovery ar Ottawa. From the original farm and its four branches Tilth a total of soaie 5.000 acres, the system now has grown to include some 17.000 acres of farm land and more than employees. The Lethbridse station. ern xorth America. wish a complete researca program. v _ by Dr. W. K. i busy at the farm. Dr. Fairfielc. has grown and developed renrec .u.-y oi test of Calgary has re- tremenco'Jsly daring the years Originally comprising 400 acres of j stations in the Moscow district. Chakrarvati Raiagopalachari, pro- Congress leader and tonnes Madras, appealed to In- tween the United States and Hus- sia. Damont, and Peter Bmle district, three west of Edraunton, guilty sa Edaionton supreme s ci a "charge of robberv mtaj They were remanded unul j sentence. Carl H. Berg, of Edmonton, presideat of me Trades and. Labor Congress of Canada, has been! selected as representative of the! J to fear. Ke kept his ejes fixed on' gauons into ihe 2.i mar-set al- rom Mont- :d other before he had gulped down two j parts of Quebec. VIA A special emergency meetir.a of a tk.t to be misled by Russian j Internationa! Kestauran; ana Bei- propaganda agams: the Labor j erage Dispensers- Union, on an USntish, sovernmenfs nnssion. to arbitration board set up. to ceal i Honor Doctor KENNEDY, Sask., June hundred -babies" parad- ed before Or. Fred Hilts, 68- country physician of this district about 100 miles southeast of Regiiia, cfter he arrived three hours late Satur- dav for ceremonies honoring hiia for 40 vears of community ser- by delivery of aa- other infant. More than 1.000 patients gathered at the sports ground prescribed a holiday for the doctor and gave S500 to pay for the prescription. When he arrived for the pre- sentation ceremonies the doctor born in DuSerin county, On- -SorrJ- to be late. Lady had a Children who made the pre- sentation on behalf of the 500 he had brought into the world, promised they would have a 12- month spell of measles and chickenpox in 11 months so the doctor could have his holiday. He had no notion of retiring. Relief Organization, sponsors of the {support from Edward O'Con national clothing collection June I Calgarv, president of the 17-29. has received a letter of I Chamber of Commence of Ca Grandfather Frog Has a Pain The over hasty, seeking gaic. find their chief reward is pain. Mother Nature. small fishes and a tadpole, he sue- j agrv. The nearer the! cealy fei: hungry grass moved to where the he grew. the" national wage drive co-ordin- ating committee of the Canacian Iro: a hac "grea: big jaws which j was what is called a Stai Beetle. Grandfather Prog 7T----: 'see wno it was. He didn't even see Granciatner Frog is olc. just how j lhat t. a He d'dn't -R-ait old no one in _the Smiling Pool! ior jre so greedy, so India." Ra.usooalachari has voiced his belief that Britain is sincere in its approach to the Tnpsan Ques- tion. The McDougal! Royal Commission on the taxation of co-operatives, which held sittings across" Canada, cost the government Seventy-five per cent, of the read- ers of the Berlin Xacht Express to be the reward of a Ions life. Or Now Mr. Stag Beetle didn't, like Would that GraEdfather Prog were as wise as he looks. being swallowed, so he did some- Granofatner Frog is of tne abou: He reached out and Mr. Siai Beetle was out of the grass heVas snapped up and swal- ;wallowed whole, .e was swal- lowed alive. bit. He bis hard with those big frog branch of the family, largest of the Frogs. He was born in the Smiling Pool and in. the Smiling Pool he lived ever since. It is "all knows Of the Great World. To him it is the Greai World ace trhaE he doesn's snow about it. and. what goes on there, is hardly knowing. He is proud of his bigness. He is proud of his green coac and white and yel- low -waistcoat, ne is proud of_ his deep.yoice. And he is proud of .his oucs appeate. Ana such an appepte! It has no equal in all the Smiling FooL says Grandfather Pros- "Who sleeps all winter must, eat all summer to make up for the food he fr'ss not had." The trash, is that in for higher wages- until further orde: was issued at Baton Rouge. La., fcr ducted by the paper Willie Francis, neero youth who readers indicated, escaped" death in an electrocution atteinst throagn a mechanical fail- ure. The reprieve was granted to enable Francis to seek remedy be- fore the T7.S. supreme court. with a disaute between union mem- bers and certain hotel operators in Calgary. John Ross Walker, 64. employed! bv ifce Canadian National Railways at Winnipeg for 35 years, died in Victoria Sunday. j Mrs. Olive Jury, wife of Alex M. j Jurv, died in Victoria Saturday.; Born in Toronto, she lived for 23 before going BACK CLOTHIXG DRIVE MOSTRKAL, June liam M. Birks of Montreal, national chairman of the Canadian Allied NOTICE To The Burgesses Of The City of Lethbridge Voting on a Money By-law. Tuesday, June 4th, the hours of 9 ajm. and 8 pju. rfBLIC KOTICE is hereby given that the Polling Flaws at votes on a certain Money By-Law will be taken are as follows: NORTH LETHBRIDGE For thai portion of the City lying north of the C.P.R. traces I at WESTMINSTER SCHOOL. 13th STKEET XOKTH. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE For that portion of the City lying south of the CP-R-. tracks at tlie CITY HALL. 7th STREET SOUTH. The Br-Lav on which you are requested to record your vote Is brieflv as follows: STORM SEWERS Being a By-law of the City of Lethbridge to provide for the issue of Debentures in the sum of Eighty Thousand Five Hundred Dollars to cover the cost of the construction of certain Storm Sewers in the City of Lethbridge. Mark your ballots with an X on Tuesday. June 4th, AJD. 1946, between the hours of 9 ajn. and S pjn. Dated at Leihbridge, Alberta, this 29th day of May. 1946. T. L. FERGUSON, City Clerk. 1 would emigrate from Germany if j years at Heath, Alta.a r" j given the chance, a referendum con- 1 to the coast in 1S38. The seasonal upswing in butter production brought a sharp in- crease in creamery butter stocks on hand June 1. comtssred with llay 1. bus the supply position still is, well below that of a year ago. WH15S1 Heacrik Boshoff. first white man to be hanged in South Africa since 1937. was executed for murder in tne centra! prison of Pre- toria. He was sentenced to death in Johannesburg last. February for the murder of a taxi driver sis years ago. Frog's throas came Mr. Stag Beetle faster he had gone down it. his white waistcoat. Mr. Stag Beetle went on about. "hjR business. (Copyright, 1945, by T. W. Burgess) next story: little Squeak. the matter of food Grandfather Frog is greedy. I am sorry to say i; for greed is no pars of wisdom, but he is greedy. Kb one smaller than him- self coming near Mm is safe. He not hesitate to try to swallow- whatever he can get into that big mouth of his. There are dark tales trhispered that he has been seen the leas of one of his own kind half as big as sticking OUE of his mourn while he waited for more room, to swallow thera. Bifds coming to the Snuling Pool to drink or bathe have mysteri- ously disappeared, ana Grandfather Prog been eeen in the neighbor- hood, puBiEg feathers from, the comers of his great mouth. JCUT cf course the may have blown then there. Any insect that; swims or flies or runs or crawls within, his reach is instantly swallowed. Having such, a great appetite. Frog caanos be" fussy abous his foojd. Greed is never choosey. "Grab first and find out afterward whaE you have or per-: haps miss a good meal." says he. Being so greedy he doesn't even stop to taste what he catches, but swallows it and is ready for some- thing more, Because whatever moves usually is alive Grandfather Frog is always watching his big gogyly eyes for moving things within his reach, feeling sure that, they must be good to eat. -tie snaps them up the instant they are within reach and he is a splendid judge of distance. He must be for flying insects and swimming fishss are too quick to allow ivm a second chance. Now it happened that day Grandfather Frog had gone ashore to at on the bank near enough to the water to dive into it should there be need. Presently he saw- grass moving. Some one was creep- ing through the grass. Ke couldn't see wno it was but he knew that Secret Societies Spread Terror Wave Throughout Brazil RIO D3 JANEIRO. June 4 Police investigatinE a wave of ter- ror and assassinations in Brazil's large Japanese colony have un- earthed a network of secret socie- ties which may have hoped to con- quer the country during the war. Some arrests made. Many secluded villages, where only Japanese is spoken and all the customs of Nipoon are maintained. are found to be held together by societies dedicated to preserving the belief astonishing to outsiders that Japan won the war. Charles EL Wilson, of in his stomach.! General .Mo-tors corporation has cried Grandfather Frog been cesignatec chiei o.- and nressed bosh hands against his white waistcoat. he cried again and opened his big years after Jie lioerauor. o, uTou; of Gather covered a measure of its_ peacetime aspect. Prices are far beyond the range of the average income levels. R.C.MLP. at Regina are working on a crime that has only one clu! a human leg found on a farm near Preecevilie, 110 miles northeast of Regina. Price of rum in government liquor stores in Saskatchewan wss reduc- ed sliehtly. effective Saturday. Con- sumers may purchase one bottle of rum per day without permit. Cecil Tipper, former pilot of the G.S. army air forces, is on the re- turn leg" ihrocsn Alberta for his home in Carbon Hill. Alabama, after going to Fairbanks and being the first to make the trip over the Aiasfca highway by motorcycle. A body of a man was recovered frcm the North Saskatchewan river a; Edmonton, a rope tied around the waist and the other end teth- ered to a tree on the river bank. The appointment of Major J. H- C. Carter" as Garrison. Commandant of the Edmonton Sub Area of Mili- tary District; 13 is announced. With sis of his congregation. Rev. C. B- Rogers spenc Saturday swing- ing an axe in clearins the site for the new wescnount United church, is to be erected as Edmon- ton. The minister said he hoped the church would be completed by Christmas. Royal Canadian Mounted Police at Fort Smith. N.W.T.. are investi- gating: a charge that Caps. George (Sandbar) "Ritchie, skipper of the river boat Alcan I. forced passen- gers and even one of the boat's owners to work shifting cargo when the craft went aground in a north- ern river recently. Sunday was day" and In Edmonton city florists united to donate soine 2.500 spring flowers and distribute them to hospital pa- tisnts. nurses homes and to those bed-ridden at home. It was the such voluntary effort, in Steel Problem Of G.B. Government LONDON, June (Beuters) The governments nationaliza- tion policy has swept past the first lines of banking and public utili- ties. biting deep into the key indus- tries of coal and steel and bringing the government up sharply asainst ths international implications "of its course. During the debate -which preceded house of commons ratification of the principle of nationalization in tisei ron and steel industries, Her- bert Morrison, Lord President of the refused to be drawn out on this subject. He -Rrould be a. fool. he said- to state -whether or not the nationalized British steel industrv among its i R. M. Pugh. provincial apiarist, j lulu -nesnocrs cf the Hoiary ui i Swift Current there is a possibility Saskatchewan will eventually lead t ihe rest of the Dominion in pro- auction of honey. A. R. Mosher, president of the Canadian Congress of Labor, Lewis J. Clark, president of tne tinned Packinghouse Workers of i America tCJ.Oj, speaking in Mont- j real before 400 delegates to the third international convention, of the U.P-WA-. agreed that labor's A Hamilton truck driver is being held for questioning in connection she Ifav 22 slaying of Mrs. Ella Hansugan a; her Fruitlands in democracy servzce stauon, near Ham- Jls influence. __.__, the last 20 years except, when ii was no one big enough for him enjoying tariff protection, a war- j time boom, or the protection against __A_ IU1% rf mA m, i foreign dumping afforded by cartel I Jf IIJ J J lUft arrangements. The opposition now The noon whistle will blow twice daily as ME. Carrcll. M. It seems 69 business men have taken issue YOU NEED MORE LIVER BILE i iae appoaiuon _j-i, i asks whether the government will i ,0 ejmllar cartel ar- 'a proposal to go on cayiigni saving a.tempt to win suni-ar canei ar rmi-_ tun tMy, ytt lira bdps (Egtsl jrar f aad jrar bodj's rangements foreign competi- or -whether it will subsidise the industry. NO TVrXNIPEG OBJECTIONS TO JOES' SERVICE CLIjBS time. Conducting their otm priv- ate poll. business men found 69 for and eight against fast time- So, at 2 ajn. Sunday night 69 turned their clocks ahead. ilton. Nationalization of medicine is againsi "democratic principles" and the "entire Norm American meci- cal profession" is opposed to it. Dr. Morris Fishbein of Chicago, editor, of the American Medical Associa- tion Journal, toici the annual meet- in? of The Canadian Pharmaceutical Association zz Ottawa. Dr. Fish- beia said socialized medicine meant the death of private initiative. A' delicate operation at Pniiadel- phia removed an iron screw from a lung of three-year-old Graham Sqmervaille, who' travelled 10.000 miles from Auckland. NJ5.. after seven previous attempts at; removal proved" The new edition of ihe authorita- tive annual "Jane's lighting Ships'" spates Britain has only 10 service- able-battleships, of which only half are Ss for full service in the Sest. The British House of Commons atomic energy committee reported IE was agreed on the introduction of an amendment -which wou-a eliminate from a proposed govern- ment bill any official censorship of nuclear information. Statements by British officers that; Gen. Draja Mfliailovic aided all the Allies have been forwarded to the Yugoslav government with the reques; they be considered at the Chetnik leader's war crimes trial, scheduled for June 10. Unless the C.CF. government- takes steps at once to re-estabUsi a measure of confidence among ranchers there -will be no cattle in- dustry in Saskatchewan in a "very short E. M. Culiiton. former provincial secretary, said at a Lio- j eral organization meeting in Maple Creek. He urged adoption of ible poiiaes on grazing leases." Four juveniles are being held by police for questioning in connec- tion with the death of Peter Walm- ski. 62-year-old First Great War pensioner who leaped to his death from a bridge inia the North Sas- katchewan River. The youths are alleged to have pelted the elderly man with rocks before he clambered over thg railing. Frank Dekker of Edmonton found a ualiet containing S1.3GO in cash and about S40 in bond coupons, promptly turned it. in to police and it was returned intact io Joseoh Velleneure of Ottawa, .who was vis- iting Edmonton. One of thp new British Overseas j FRESH RIOTING TN Airways Corporation Constellations BOMBAY DOCK AREA spanned the Atlantic on a proving flight, between Gander. NSd. and pol Elgin persons were killed and six senousiv injured in the crash of a PhiUDpme army transport plane in southern Luzon. Seven passengers escaped uninjured. Rome press dispatches reported that large stores "of hidden arms j were seized Sundav and Monday by Allied police throughout the and British zone of the disputed Venezia Giulia region around; Trieste. Admiral I.ord Louis Mountbat- ten. former Allied supreme com- mander in southeast Asia, received the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor at Paris. No Service Club Ban, Ont. Catholics TORONTO, June Catholics of the archdiocese of 1e- ronto may continue to hold mem- bership in service clubs and similar "neutral" organizations, a senior member of the archdiocesan clergy said in comment on a pastoral let- ter of Bishop Eugene Limoges of sfont Laurief. Que.. who Wednesday cautioned his Catholic charges against joining such groups. James Cardinal McGuigan, arch- bishop of Toronto, was not available for comment, but the senior clergy member said he did not; know the special circumstances or conditions which might be present in Mont Laurier diocese and which may have prompted the bishop's letter. He said that in Ontario some priests belong to service clubs and the question of any impropriety in such membership never had arisen. Doctors will be able to "see" their patients' heart beats in action rath OttH. BWe fna MU ad iok. clergy here Monday there is clergy said here today that there is no ofajecnon to local Roman Catho- lies joinine service club or similar organizations." The church official referred to a recent pastor- -al letter by Monsignor Eugene Catholic charges against joining LIVER Ssuch groups. Specificallv mention- fcl ed in the bishop's letter were Rotary, TABLETS j Kiwanis. lions. Elks, Moose, Y.M. C A. and Y.W.CA. eoeu. leai A teoenjjonriircraEd get needed bile LOOK FEEL electro-carcioscope. developed by Research Enterprises Ltd. engineers, will supplant the old-style galvano- meter instrument. Gen. Draja Mihailovitch. Yugo- slav Cheuuk leader charged with treason fay Marshal Tito's govern- ment, and 23 associates will go en trial June 10, in Belgrade. An attempt to crack open a safe in the Randie Mountain Trading Co. store at Canmore. failed San- day night but in another robbery at the Three Sisters lourast camp, one and a half miles east of Can- more. S75 was stolen from the of- fice of the manager, Oliver nikka. Minrster Tom Wil- liams in the British house of j commons that a "quite consider- able" drop in milk production was likely due to a reduction in feed- ing stuffs available for livestocks. More than 400 delegates, repre- senting 190.000 packinghouse work- PENSIONS ARE TJRGED LONDON. Ont.. June benefit lunds and retirement al- lowances for workers in Canadian industry were recommended as a weaDon against labor disputes by Senator "Wishard Robertson, gov- ernment leader in the senate, in an address to the Western Ontario Liberal Association. here Saturday. "Salaries and wages are not the onlr consideration in these mat- ters." he said. "What the Cana- dian worker wants, in my opinion, is the knowledge that, if some mem- ber of his family falls ill, he can afford the best medical care and that he will be looked after finan- cially in his old use Gillette 1 BLUE BLADES the sMAKPfST edges ever hone J f {in of the United Packing- house Workers of America, CJ.O. Fred Hill of Regina, an employee of ;he Sask. provincial agriculnire department for 28 jears. was hon- ored at a staff gathering of the agriculture and co-operatives de- partments Friday pnor to his re- tirement on superannuation June 1. Ke was presented with a wallet con- taining more than Private operators will no longer have the privilege of buying stand- ing saw timber on crown lands in Saskatchewan, Natural Resources Minister J. L. Phelps announced. Rieanna, Eire, m six hours and 54 minuies. The public school Vernon. -will probably be closed fcr the neso few weeks because of en outbreak of infantile paralysis in the area which last week took the life of one child. Three other chil- dren from the same district stricken with the disease are reported mak- ing "favorable progress." A six-pound daughter. Kathleen Bridget, was bora at Santa Monica. Calif., to actor and Mrs. Pat O'Brien. "Viscount Alexander, the eovernor- general. told the graduating stu- dents of Loyola College at Montreal not to forget it was fcr the preser- vation of institutions such as college that the Allies had fougat. Raymond Pilon was Sued at Montreal for printing counter-1 feit suear ration coupons and forj possessing illegal printing appar- atus, i i Charged with distributing circu-! lars without a license, in contra-. of the Witnesses of Jeho- I BOMBAY. June rioting broke ou; today between caste Hindus and "untouchables" in the cock area here. A policeman fired one round from his revolver into the crowd when rioters threw pop bottles at each other. A state of emergency was declared in one of Bombay's miij areas Saturday after three days of noting resulted in sis deaths and injuries to 63 others. THIEVES GET WINNIPEG. June broke through tfee roof of J. W. Morrison and Company's hardware store at Selkirk. Man., early Sun- day and escaped with SI .100. adds flavour to every disk to post S100 bail trials June 1L each Almost 25.000 additional men will be required on Ontario farms to harvest the bumper crop expected this year. About 2.500 fanners frcm Western Canada vdll help with the Ontario harvest danng August and will be paid transportation and a minimum of a month with board. President Truman and Soviet Am- j bassador Nikolai Novikov exchanged j pledges at Washington to work to- ward improvement cf relations be- 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_______ 36 INCHES WIDE STRIPED FLANNELETTE Choose this cosy material for warm pyjamas for the youngsters' slum- ber comfort at camp this summer! It is cotton flannelette, softly napped, and printed in good-looking striped pat- terns on light and dark grounds. Medium weight. Yard Second Floor. Men's "Loafer" JACKETS IN FAWN OR BROWN SHADES Sporty looking jackets for summer outdoor wear. Tailored from wool- len material in boxy style with three- button front, buttoned cuffs, notch collar, two patch pockets and set-in sleeves. Unlined for warm weather comfort! Sizes: small, medium and large. Men's Cotton Cord Trousers The kind of trousers need for summer outings and vacation-time gports wear. Tailored in regular style from cot- ton cord material vath four regular pockets and cuffed bottoms. Green, brown and blue -with stripes. Sizes 30 to 34 ana 33. Men's EATON'S, Slain Floor. Girls' Cotton Drill Shorts 12 YEARS NAVY OR WHITE, SIZES 7 TO 12 YEARS Dandy little shorts for active sports during summer holiday time. Roomily cut from sturdy quality cotton drill in navy or -white pleated back and front, buttoned at the side. Pair Juvenile Second Floor Misses' Brown and White OXFORDS Smart oxfords for junior girls' summer wear. Blown white leather uppers in Blucher last with moccasin vamps, com- position, solfes and rubber heels. Sizes 11 to 2'i, B and 6 widths. Children's Felt SLIPPERS RED, BLUE OR WINE Comfortable house slippers for the kiddies. Mace with felt uppers in one-strap slipper style with poin-pom trim and padded soles. Sizes 7 to 10. 690 Second Floor. LIQUID "AEROWAX" THRIFT PRICED! A saving on this popular liquid wax for polishing your floors and lino- leums! Self-pol- ishing type that dries to a glossy finish. Imperial Pint Imperial Quart WOMEN'S "CINDY LOU" RAYON BLOUSETTES RED, ROSE AND GREEN PRINTS Attractive blouses to wear with summer suits or odd skirts. Made from soft rayon crepe printed in small designs cap-sleeved style with round neckline and loop trim outlin- ing yoke. Sizes 12 to 16. Each wU Main Floor. EATON E S LIMITED BRANCH STORE Basemeni. Boys' Ail-Wool KNEE SOCKS Navy and Grey Better quality socks for young lads to wear with short trousers. Knit from all-wool yams with ribbed legs, turn-back cuffs and reinforced heels and toes. Sizes 9 to 12. Main Floor. ;