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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1946J Iffl m.1 N6WS caued Saturday froaz a lumber cams proclaimed that i: advocates reto- of" the Abiubi Po--er and Paper! lutiort and the oterihrow of Cosapaay ai Ssioorii Beck Palls ,j present goxeriusect is the lUe TLS. agriculture berts l Funeral services Motor Association should i Edmonton Wednesday be held in! for Warren' B. R. vice-president of zhe Powell Riier Company. f-fow _ WilJ Spend. Quebec, almost drawee, are peered to be kep: operating supplies reacites Montreal oy A. K. MslrsliuJl chairman of the; Halifax citizens rehabilitation com- miuee. ureed a: tha: re- j nabiirstion committees in Cans-! ti.uCO pi uie new fund for reconstruction of damaged and destroyed Protestant r- churcnes in Europe, tre! The assembly also agreed to spend j S500.00Q toe use of congrega- St. Andrew's churca of Scotland at Nairobi, Kena. Sunday to end abruptly a service being broadcast throughout Africa. East African bees are notoriously viciOKis- A special' committee for United Nations food and agriculture de- partment sud at Hong Kong Far Eastern countries will to im- port 5.600.000 tons of rice m the next two years to maintain per cap- ita supplies on a pre-war basis. German prisoners of war be exhibition area. in a in the erection of churcnes I called in to help clear the debris m strategic centres. Under the 1 and repair damage done ui Lon- board of administration, loans will don's royal parks and the ap- be made up to a limit ol j proacnes to Buckingham Palace to local churches for builcing pur- i during the mammoth Victory cele- not poses, the terms of the loan to be' brations Saturday. T, deciaed by the board. As the strise of jo.OOO Tae board of administration also The Corporation of the Cry- of" Columbia -Aood-Aorkers continued. n 35 given authority to adnunister ascon sheepishlv announced" tnat. Dr. G. Clifford Carl, director of the Up to one-third ol the published a regis-ered trader, i: provincial museum at Victoria.' objectives of the S2.000.000 fund. to pay a purchase tax on the, sounded a warning tha: million of suord of honor it eommasion- J jee. be lest to para- pointed a sneiKaer of Uie execu- ed from or.e or best' should the continue for, tive committee or the board of di- towjTKtta A was taken at the i swrcmakers as a :o Gen. Saen- i rectors to replace the late Morns "S.cial miles o- 5a; f ilajKwJs conference of the United' bower. j Wilson. C.M.C. oraers not to re-um. Xc-! the The 200-odd factorj" of Shefford Woollens. Ltd- of Granby. Que.. staged a vralkouc in prows: against tfce recent appointment of a new head foreman, and some of education for northern Winnipeg. -oc- lue rectors of the Slid ?vachief "IS-i stock" arc Co-jncillor J. W. j -A-SS ceclarett on 1. Crees in The j bane. u that waee demands presented ica (CXO-> would cost the firm addlUonal a year. Approximately 300 delegates are expected to attend the three-day 4lst annual convention of the Cana- dian Transit Association which opened in Winnipeg today. An exhaustive probe of army, units in Eurooe has been ordered in an attempt, to solve the prob- lems of fraternization and disease. The captured German liner Eur- cpa has been turned over to the French government as war repara- tions. Greetings Are Sent To His Majesty OTTAWA, June sx-mmons Monday adopted a motion expressing to HIM Majesty the King "loyal and heartfelt good wishes" of ail members on this tne day King's birthday is celebrated The motion moved by Actlnf Prime Minister Ilsley. Gordon Giay. doa (P.C.. acting leader ot opposition, suggested members sing "God Save the King." Thyt was done with those in gallenei joining in. J Canada. general of day at Buckm ,f Canada, had tea Sanir-1 iuckingbam Palace. Tne. confalns Canada contains 3. i Kir.g later received in audience despite best efforts r service. about ust m 120.000 to cope Transfer of Russian troops from __ i the south Danube scr Dsilr Telecrash re- vaSia has bee: announced In help trace tress; 000" -arhich some time sgo from a face in London. Williant 3. Poilard. 65. for many years active in the leather business. disappeared died suddenly in Toronto. From A m walks in state capital to parades of servicemen. vi-atch re- home, sailed fro land. that con for Po- The Dominion governments deci- sion to enforce rationing a second time cos; Canadians mil- lions of collars and resulted in a vorse distribution ana in an aiaraa- iag increase of black market prac- -'ces, Arthur Huneau told delegates to the Quebec foccsrumms section A smgie rec rose, tne annua: the Retail Merchant' Associa- par-iaeni for grounti rent: o: o' Canada at, ilontresl Lutheran church -at Pa_ __ I was presentee to W. J- Hughes. In Calsarr E ben owned by J. XJ.. a cescencast; of Johnsoa "late sn measiaing nine inches around and weighing 55L ounces, then cied. The lass ships for the United States naw's atom bomb tests at Bikini atofi sail from San Fran- cisco this -sresk. "With an increase of 35355 mem hers of the first six months. Al- nersons trounced by 1939 to 134S he was president of the j jiand grenades as anti-3ntish ript- Canadian la'sn Boiv'Lng Club. m? flared in Alexardna Saturday j niaht for the second time in 24 A dispatch from Naples asic 1.300; hours, bringing the cay's casualty Polish "soldiers, last of the mem- ro One dead and 19 wounded, bers of Lc.-Gen. Anders' j Polish Cores who chose to return rdav reported dis- a baby, its floating near a irbor. The body a hammer, beheved the head in an hammer the weaoon used to Bad Kismgen, the army J crush the child's skull. She .._! Sympathetic Detrouers. moved by a mothers plea, began building up 3. "birthday blood" gut for blond, blue-eyed Raymond Koteras, who girl to die in sol- quarters within a month. Three bo-.s wer ed when the row boat, in v.-hicn they i reouires more" than LWO pints were playing cappec in -eajh wS. to jlghr off above tne Perley acro.-s the! rf, of burns siu-fered at Ottawa River at Hawiesoury, i Graham Davs. 25-year-old sailor aboard the SS. Toriugero. who was "idly swinging his nst. around and accidentally pushed it through a' plate glass" window." was taken to a Montreal hosnital where he received j 12 stitches in three fingers of his, right hand. Rationing of butter, sugar and j bread will be continued in Denmark for at least one more year. j Emnlovees of the Steel Company! of Canada were told at Hamilton by Keliogg'j in London, Ontario "Eenry Baron Steigel who deeded the ground to the church in Premier Tsaldaris of Greecg sent Prime Mnister Msckenzie a telearam congraiuiating on, the occasion 01 Mr. Sing's anni- versary as premier of Canada. Nine German prisoners of war es- NATIONAL CLOTHING COLLECTION Send what you can to your localjcollection centre JUNE 17 -17 SALADA storm i igQt --oe Edn3onton Saturday, damage was caused througn- _ out Massachusetts. Newhampshire, Bacon commitments f or _ exports j sacj-gd congregation of the! overseas are being met satisiactorily i holy office, for the first time in 36 j Canada. Hon. J. C. Taggart. years. excommunicated a Catholic trie Canaaian meat i priess "for the duration of his life, New York. Vermont and ilaine. The TTnited states Saturday an- nounced that special task forces make new tests in Alaska and weaDons and zero weather. ecuipmeni; for sub- J. S. Woodward, editor-in-chief of the Saskatoon Star Phoenix was elected president of the Saskatch- ewan Associated Boards of Trade at I a of the executive council of the association in Segica. He succeeds R. JL. Cfinstopherson of Regina. on charges COUTCSS said of thp heresv. Vatican fhp Acute shortages of copper will force widespread plant curtailmen and shutdowrss in the electric man- ufacturing industry beginmns the latter part of June. R. It White, president of the National Electric Manufacturers Association, said in New York. John Charles Ponsford. St. Thom- as, retired warden of Kingston peni- tentiarv, died Saturday night after a long" illness. He was a former of a penitentiary in Mani- toba. Action by city council to limit the number of permits issued for the building of private homes until such time as the homes already started are supplted with sufiiciem; materials they may be com- pleted, is susgested" in s. statement by the Calgary General Contract- ors" association. The house of representatives committee on un-American activi- ties rlaimj: that Russia supports 3. communist movement in the United States whose leaders openly Dr. D. B. Finn is retiring as of Fisheries at position with, the international Isnergencv Food Council at Wasmngton with a tax- exempt; salary of His present salary is Dyson Carter. Canadian science the author of "Atomic Future." a booklet distributed by the Saskatchewan government's adult education branch, announces he is a member of the Labor-Pro- gressive party of Canada. Charges that members of the Fercmanco Tartaglia. in the Arch- diocese of Florence, had deals ex- clusively with religious matters, and had not touched on political ques- tions. la line the continental de- fence policies under studv bv the Permanent Join; Defence Board. Canadian observers will be on hand when large-scale American sequels to the Canadian Muskox expedition are held next fall and winter in the Alaska area. Canada -will get 500.000 cases out of the 1946 salmon nack. nearly as much as in Charles D. French of Cookshire. Que.. was elected Union Nationals canqidate in the forthcoming aro- vincial bv-eiecnon in by-elecnon is scheduled for July 3. Eghteen planes of an R_AF. Montreal police department collect Jobber squadron arriving in the umtea. States next month will cross the continent on a good-will Sight. about each week from gam- bling establishments and that gam- bling is wide-open throushoui the city were made by counsel for the Montreal Taxicab Owners' Associa- tion, in an injunction hearing. Former Deputy Minister of Edu- cation for Ontario, Dr. George Franklin Rogers, high school in- spector for many years, died at To- i ery. shortly to become Britain's The Workers' Educational Associ- ation at Toronto contended govern- ment; figures on the cost of living increase are 10 per cent behind the actual facts. Field Marshal Viscount Montgorn- r 'What the world needs is more good neighbours. "Yes, Frank, there's a -whole tangle of troubles to be straightened out all Over the -world. Makes your head swim to rhinV of it." "And yet, Jim, most of it springs from one cause... suspicion. You. and I wouldn't be very good neighbours if we suspected each other of all sorts of skullduggery. Actually, what the -world needs is more good neighbours." the life insurance business is a good example- British life insurance companies have had ofices in Canada since 1853 and several of our Cana- dian companies are well known throughout die United Kingdom." "'What about American "We found it good business to be good neigh- bours with the American life insurance companies. We welcome them here. They carry atnost one- third of ail the life insurance in force in Canada. And our Canadian companies are well liked in the U-S.A. where they do a large and increasing busi- ness. As a zaarter of fact, they are well and favour- ably known throughout the world. Nearly half die basiness of the Canadian companies is outside abroad! Who Ufe insurance is truly an international neighbourly business. At home Canadians buy their life insurance as they choose from British or United States or Canadian companies. And our Canadian insurance companies assess the -value to Canada of the in the Dominion -which over the years in their dealings of thousands of foreign services in establishing Canada's i for integrity out the world? A message from the Ijje and. ronto. Mrs. Thos. C. Murphy of Nee- pawa, Man., wife of the ilinister of the Interior in the Bennett'govern- ment, died in Montreal hospital. Louis La Course Lang, of Gait. Om.. president of Lang Tanning Company 01 Xuchsner. Ont.. and of Mutual Life Assurance Company of Waterloo. Out., was aopointed a director of Canadian Paciiic Rail- way Comnanv to replace the late S. G. Blaylock. of Trial. B.C. George W. Spinner. C.M.G.. nresideat of chief of the imnenal general staff, arrived afc Malta by air on his wav to Cairo for discussions on middle eastern defence. If the weather over the Atlantic Ocean is favorable. Viscount Alex- ander will arrive in the Dominion in time to oaen the 127th Ijachute, Que., fair Wednesday. The Vatican, radio said that two Beredictine missionaries had been murdered by Soviet troops in Korea. Thomas Eenry Thynne, 83, fifth the Bank of Montreal and a direc- Marquess of Bath, a "former narlia- tor since February of 1944, was ap- YOU NEED MORE LIVER BILE Sfitote soys twt pints daily, ytt many gtt emt. Liver Bile helps dijesf TOUT food aid provides yosr bedj's ittdigestwo, loss of easgf. For ktallh lone of yocr liver zed jet needed bile proves Fnrit-a-livet. Canada's Urgesi sdimj Inn bMels. Made fnm (hats zad herbs. FRUIT ATI VES mentary uncer-secretary of state for India, died in Sngland after a brief illness. Ke was undersecre- tary in 1905. The Soviet government issued in- structions for opening of more bread departments in general stores throughout the country by September, as part of the arrange- ments to end rationing of bread, flour, cereals and macaroni. The American Senate voted 49-16 to reorganize the machinery of con- gress, provide additional profes- sional aides, and give the members 50 per cent pav ooost to S15.000 a year. The legislation now goes to j the house of representatives. Coronation of a Xatal Day Queen, blond Laura Martell. featured cele- brations as gleeful throngs crowded Yarmouth to celebrate the Nova Sccua. town's 185th anniversary. Thousands of bees swarmed into "Thanks to yov. Grandpa Krvschen My Backache Gradually Could any woman tell a happier story I There is always a cause of backache: about backache than thss: ard in many cases it can be traced to "About 6 weeks ago I started havinj; tovirss or poisons, v.hich stay in the awful pains in my back. At times 1; system instead of being eliminated, could not straighten myself and I sjotiAnd that is Kruschen saline depressed and worn out. I could treatment can be of real help to you. scarcely carry on my household j Kruschen is a balanced combination duties "and everything was beins; nc- of mineral salts.. .and its action is to elected. It was then I saw a Kruschen! help j oar organs of elimination. By advertisement and I decided to gwc Kruschen a trial. I started by faith- fully taking a teaspoonfu! in hot water in the morning, and in three weeks... as Mrs. H. M. did... many peopie have found joyous relief from wearisome backaches and rheumatic pains. The Kruschen saline treatment _ _ iXI OO.11JH- v.ord. what a cosls HUie to try Use it in your The pains gradually disappeared and .Own case. Kruschen has helped others, though I am now really feel years 'Why shouldn't it help jou? All H. M. I stores have Kruschen at 25c- rid 75c, 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 Women s Canvas Strap SANDALS HANDBAGS Colorful, comfortable and cool wearing finished with strip with open toe and solid vamp with open back and low semi-wedge heels. Colors: Blue, Terra Cotta, Fuschia, Gold and Blue or Fuchsia and Blue. Sizes to 3. Second Floor MATTRESS COVERS Handy mattress cov- ers designed to lengthen the life of your mattress. Made from sturdy cotton material ana fin- ished with tie-up ends. Large .enough for spring-filled mat- tress. Size 9 inches x 54 inches x 72 inches. Each Boys' Cotton Drill Jackets A grand little jacket for play or for outings tailored from sturdy cotton drill and finished with raglan sleeves, zipper front. wool knitted cuffs, cc lar and waistband. Unlined color, navy blue in a variety of trims' Sizes 6 to 18 years. 72x90-INCH BEDSPREADS Chenille-type bedspreads in a nice size for single beds. Smartlv patterned in attractive colors, they're just what you need for the spare bedroom or the cottage lake! Shades of blue, rose, peach, wine, mauve and navy. Second Floor Boys' EATON'S, Main Floor Waste Paper Baskets Handy tin waste paper baskets for use in your kitchen or bed- room. Attractive green color with black lithograph design. rueter 9 ir.ches and depth 9 inches. Each 6-Cup Coffee Percolators Dandy 6- c u p coffee percolator finished i n attrac 11 e white and red trim. Metal in- side basket and pump. We AIR MAIL Your Order for Quick Service Summer Food PARCELS From Denmark A new series of Food Parcels for the British Isles and Continent We send your order Air Mail to Denmark. A reliable Food Packer there sends your parcel by mail to your friends in the British Isles or the Continent. The prices quoted cover all charge? for the delivery of the parcel except that customs du- ties if any, remain to be. paid by the person to whom the parcel is sent. Parcels cannot be traced or recipient cannot be traced the parcel will be turned over to. the Red Cross or similar orga- nization for the benefit of the Poor and Needy. Sender in Canada will be notified. Should temporary shortages, restrictions or other causes prevent dispatch of the combina- tion quoted, we will substitute other foods of an equal value. Place your orders al the Mail Order Desk, Eaton's Main Floor. Basement. T EATON I 1 ftj LIMITED BRANCH STORE rSPAPFRf SPAPFRf ;