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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALB THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1946 ights In The News By next June CaaacLan tourists ill" be trareliiea to Great Britain no SEJLOtinced at that rte uraon hsc apprciec a ce for the Travel Britain and at Montreal. trict for an armed robber who walk- the problem, of how to get it out 1 ec into A Glen Road home, forceo. for the hungry world. wo women at the point of a guti, I to hanc. ana left them lv- A Pan-American Siv master i bound in s. sirsaii bedroom! craft arrived at, Auckland Wecsoes- i oav from San Fraacisco, v la Houo- __ I lulu Canton. Fiji and New Caie-" ___.....___________ .____Marshal Yiscoani dor-ia. raausursting the firs; post- wase agreement its local njM, of Uicia. suoEirtec. a trajis-Paciric air service. t ore than 45 light aircraft con- Bradford Mumcioa! Air- as the 3rant-Nor- sptnci Flvmg Club staged eastern Canada's first civilian in seven vears Amor's partie.pants BriUih reluctance to j on colonel ceience. Field Marshal Viscount Mostgora- lawrence A. Giaaoar err new chief of the imperial gen- eral starr. isrsli fly to Egypt Suaoay non 2: this session, of congress. Armv and Savv Veteran cf Canaca bccrti of cirectcrs for :9S6- teirbor a Thomas L. Cross. Edmonton bar- _______ ister. re-elected by acclama- i. caLec on the to head the Edmonton provm- j Dvma cf ac- Thomas L_ Cross. E the nster. John Srans. Labor a al. was :n the __ b-, -election East Asia, disclosed tna: when Jap- mated that. -Rita ravo'-aoie a. zvm .o.. Kjgjj i the of finding homes for of cisplaced 3JChak. attending the the yield -srould be 200 000.000 bush- els, compared -snth b'-tfc- els tne yesr. Clearance of Gerzian bcsb csm- reiealed a second century He- man baslcins benea premises near Lo: tion. The evening newspaper Paris Presse reported thas Kins: Ham- bejrr of Italj. trho Ics; his throre as a of the weekend Italian referendum, med to coinais cice. Sircpeans. A between feudirs clans. I sa'a secret U The directors of the Western Can- j ada Produce Assoc.ation have ,n Congress at I recommenced to tne feceral gov- an interview a ernment's special oroducts board arinj o: 500.000 j that prices ori eggs be raised to a j death. The death toll us otner east opers-.Ors of Briush Columbia's There's no such place as the Vil- reachec IjsOO. i nunes are willing to of Srskine. Alta. anj more. ttn ois- Prank vf. Sxnrh i the CBC plan to take over tne lef; his hermit's hut m Mexico for length of station CFRB s. last reunion with ha old Harvard classmates of 2385 and Tuesdav he met the 40 surviving raercners of Social Credit parties, the class at ia 60tn celebration sc The commons in 115-41 against a Progressive motion calling for the oro- a master agreemen; ducnon of Canadian Sroadcastmg OIfjCers c; the umcn. Corccration Correspondence deaLng Vehicle production lines a; the Ford Molor Comaanv 01 Canada Toronto The governments stare teas supported by the CC.F. and dJsarjDeared lend" being added to the municipal district of Sterner Eainiai! in the Manitoba farm belt averaged 147 inches between Cambridge. Mass. .Sex; cay he was found dead m bed. Street ceparnnenr workers at lamenburg, X.S.. have catigat tip on Sve-dav ovemiie garbage collec- tions after winning half of the 20 per cent; wage increases for which they wen; on strike. Viscount Alexander and General Crerar have gone "or air to London. to attend tne Victory parade June S. Officials of the International Bro- therhood of Electrical Workers SOLYE THAT PROBLEM RENNET TABLETS torn millr into delicious, dijested rconet-custzrdi. light and cool, quick to prepare, retaining the foil food value of you'll find that renoet- costards made iriih "JUNKET" KJENNET TABLETS are a delightful answer to the dessert problem; Vritcfyr mfm ttmflt KJEXNTET K. H. Kno-Rrles of Qj'Ap- uelle. Sask.. said too fe-s- men are offering themselves to the mmistr and one reason financial outlook far from en- ccuraging Jans li. has all the elements neces- sarv to manufacture the atomic beca'Jse the i ooma. mcluaing minerals, eiectrtcit-.1 _ _ _ r and technicians. Dr. Rose Giral, premier in the Spanish Republican government m ekile. told a press Leonard Goltz. arrested Tuescay conference a; Mexico Citv. in Edmonton on a charge of bur- j g'a-y in connection isith the theft i Provuicial police at Vaileifie cf an automatic revolver from an i QUS_ neen ordered to take Mable Angus, wno last week plead- ed guilty in Eomonon supreme enure to" three charges of forging jrecical certificates to obtain nar- J coacs. was sentenced to IS montns in jail. eminent for irEnufacture of oil-burniiig eouip- ment to help meet isras term- ed "the great national emergenc" Edmonton home sentenced to 13 months hard labor ac rort Sas- katchewan jail. Recently appointed Canadian traae commissioner to Cape Tovm. South Africa. Stanlev V. Alien, for four years commercial secretary to Canadiari embassy in ton -was an Sdamnton thi He is touring Canada prior to assuming his new aunes. One hundred detectives and other necessarj measiires for noc. of workers of the Montreal Cottons Limited mill there who wish to resume work. Premier Maurice Daplessis said Wednesoav. It is reDorted bersveen SO and 95 per cen; of the workers in the stnke-oouna plans, want to return to work. to take all j facing us nest winter, was oledsed the protec- to Canadian oil-burner manufac- i Dr. TV P. Thomuson, actms nresi- den; of the TJnnersirv of Saska'tche- wan, announced that tae Brazilian governrnens is awarding five ore- year scholarshios to enaole Canadi- policemen late "Weoaesday comped an universnv graduates to stucv in Toronto's fashionable Eosedale dis- j Brazil. JUNKET RENNET TABLETS MR. CAR OWNER We take pleasure in announcing the appointment of Mr. Bert as our new shop foreman. Davis been sernug car owners of Lethbridge ard district for the past twenty-five years as mecnamc sna shop foreman, and wishes to take this opportunity of saying he will continue to co so in new position as oiir shop foreman. Mechanics Sales Ltd. WORK GUARANTEED PHONE 2622 All the honors were Arlece J Browns a; Canton. Me.. High school i was tne sole gradu- ate, Arlene has been the onlv oem- ber in ner class for the last two jeais. A jury at Saul; Mane, j acquitted railwaymsn Pete cnux. Dave and Xick Syrota on a charge of criminal neg- ligence which arose from tne death of Balph Barton. Algoma Central Railway brakeman, in a derail- ment in jFebruary. Secretary of State Paul Martin told the second Canadian-Ukram Congress in Toronto that Can- 1 ada muse have a. "commanitv of 'consciousness, no matter what OJT cultural origins may ne." In a wnttea reply in the British House of Commons, J. J Lawson i secretary of state for war, denied report that tne late Field Marshal Hormnel's white charger would appear in the Victory parade in London Saturday- Costs of air transport line opera- tions in Canada make it unhiely there will be any marked reduction in fares :n the near future, T7. B. Burchall. executive secretary of the Air Industries and Transnortation Association, said in Toronto. Capture of an albino goaher. a rarny in the animal world was effected at Mbrley Indian Reserve. I; was caught alr.e witn its mother. i by an Indian who was now keeping i and feeding it Crown land in the Flin Fion area j will be leased oy tne Saskatchewan j government to "miners of the dis- tnct for community housing pro- jects. Hon J. L Pheips. of natural resources, announced in 1 Regina. It's the mustard that makes the difference in a sauce! CUICK DRESSING A dchciocj 4 tbsps. French's 2 tbsps. light cream 2 tbsps. sugar 2 tbsps- vinegar tsp. salt An emiaas: cip to cooked or raw salads. stocks of nee and Sour only suffi- cient to last a week. Sice traders of Rar.soon sav the- that ncp hoards of Hirers by "Wilbur R Urea, director- general of the priorities branch of the department of reconstruction. Sixty-sis per cent or 354.000 men no were in tfie Australian armed forces last. October now have been i discharged. Sixty ner cent or 24.000 women have been cischareed during thi same seven-months period. The Bulgarian government has suporessed the Democratic party newspaper Zmame for two months 01 the charge that it was "system- atically ieaomg agitation against Soviet Union" It is Zmame's fifth supnression since last Septem- oer. Because she refused his intimate advances and told him he should i ge; such schoolbov ideas out of his fcsad, Elmer Handy. 13. told police as City, that he choked to ceath 60-vear-ola Mrs. Maude Trance and then cnminally attacked her Police charged him with first aegree rnuroer. Romano, the Vat- ican newspaper, commented that it saw in the Italian and French elec- tion results an "affirmation of tra- ditional principles" and "Christian vaiues." The comment; referred to the victory of the Cnristian Demo- crats in Italy ana the Movement Reoubucau PorMaire in France over Leinst names. Three men, Harry Drury 23; Alex Contois. 23. and Harry Kooo. 20. were sentenced to nine months in jail in Winnipeg on charges of as- sault occasioning actual booily j harm. The tnree. all soldiers ana two of them former prisoners of the Japanese, were accused of having wrecked a north end rooming house and assaulted a roomer after sol- diers reported contracting venereal disease there. Disposal of pare of the vase Paci- fic coastal communications svstem established m British Coluraoia be- tween 1942 and 1944 was announced i by War Assets Corporation. The, British Columbia Teleonone com- pany acquired a portion of the sys- tern" for S417 650 Cost of the par- Uon, exclusive of labor, was 047. j Loaning institutions have fever j been satisfied with the Saskatch- j cwan governments Farm Security Act and under existing provincial legislation couid not favorably con- new loans in Saskat- Burtwell. vice-presi- dent of the Saskatchewan Land Mortgage Companies Association said m Regina Aloert Sand of Edmonton ooa.U to fertile Burma bui they can t solve fish tastes twice as good with Adarns- st- to pav THE FLAVOUR'S DIFFERENTl of or serve one year in jail ai hard labor, when he" appeared fce- i fore Mr. Justice Hugh John 1 The charge againsi. Sar.d. 5 a soecia! constaoie. arose out of a fracas :n an Edmontoa cafe last New "Sear's Eve m the ac- i ciised -s alleged to have shot Frauds I in the leg during a light which fol- I lowed. _ I No Appetite For Days? YOU NEED MORE LIVER BILE SCIHCC says fiirts. deify, yet f ef Miff Me. Ihcr bttt bclps dijesl jest (tai and premies yoar Mj's natural Ixcalnc. latk ofMeaioes los, sfapjwWe, coGShpJlwn, iMifesJica. For {lowraj ieilA I nrerxodf el needed bdeimi yrarta Freit-a-iiTes. Canidi's largest sellmj !im Ublels. Ktit from fnnls STOKE HOCKS: xm. to pan-; Saturday, ajn. to pan.; Wednesday un. to p-m. Information Fhone 3727. FRIDAY Shopping NEWS KIDDIES' OVERALLS This Store Wi Pose All Day Monday, June ID-King's Birthday EATON'S Introduces the New Ruffled Parchmentized Paper Curtains ON SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY What's a post-war development that makes these paper draperies strong and fresh-as-a-daisy in appearance 1 Stroll past our corner window and see them displayed. Notice how smoothly they drape the crisp effect of the white ruffles, polka dotted in powder blue, lime green or desert rose to match the rich lustrous plain shades of the curtains. Come blight and early on Friday and make sure of getting the supply you require. Size 32 inches by yards. Just turn the top hem and they are ready to hang. PAIR Sizes 5 to S C width. Regular S235. Pair ETON'S, Third Floor Boys', Youths' RAINCOATS Made by "CROYDON" Hell be snug and dry in one of tr.ese cancy raincoats Tailored from cotton material ireatea to be water-repellant and finished with a soft cotton Open button front, reglan sleeves, two slasn pockets and a vent at the back. Shade oark blU2. Sizes 30 to 36 Each Men's. Boys' EATON'S, Main Floor FIGURINES Priced To Clear! REGULAR One-trard off regular price on these grard figunnes they mike darcy ornaments for irantle or den. Mace from "Plaster of Paris" JR ahmj glazeo. finish in gay colors. Each EATON'S, Main Floor Half-Price! Women's SANDALS Regular Pair You'll need to be early if you want a pair of these half-priced, fabric sandals made with tne comfortable open sling back, cuban heel and platform sols. Colors red, blue and beige. -E'VTO'VS, Second Floor FLORAL COTTON SEERSUCKER 32 Inches Wide colored cotton seersucker everv ambitious seamstress will ft a supply of. Youll find it, ___, adeal for "making house frocks. house coats, spon, togs, ov jamas ana kiddies garments. Easy to launder. Blue, yellow, pink and turquois. yard LUli S9c 36 Inches Wide Grand for Kiddies Garments A softlv napped cotton flannel- ette every mother will want a supply for those much neeced chil- cren's and infants garments. Fully bJeacnec 36 ir.cnes wide. Yard---- 29c PRINTED COTTON TABLING IN BRIGHT FLORAL PATTERNS Easy to make attractne tab'e cloths from this sturdy cotton mp.tenal pnntea in oatterns In gay f-clors on white grounds. 54 inches wide Yard Second Floor T EATON VV E S "T E R M BRANCH STORE Half Price! SERVING TRAYS Regular Each Grand for serving summer meals smart wooden serving trajs finished in natural color and varnished Two sizes to choose from 18sll inches ar.a 24'-xI3 inches. Regular S250. Half-Pnce each COLORED TUMBLERS Gaily decorated i in bright floral j d esigns, these clear glass tum- biers are finished with no nick ec'ge. Just what jou need for those cool summer onnks. Floral cesigns of yellow, red or orange. 12for95C Basement ;