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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD JUNE Highlights In The News salesmen haie! Downtown streets of 1 j Church !n Canada heard lengthy I discussion ic Hegina as to appoint- i men: of an editor lor the paper. 'i Labor Minuter Mitchell aancusc- in the commons at he j 1 About Evolution i Downtown streets c- intended to appoint "in the near! the 41st "annual meeting tne wage grievance among Nova a .gsewctt among .Nova j ci Minister ClaxJon to ascer- many films produced by Film Board deal with is a. nil i I Laurence Leclas. 34. ia Winnipeg lain ho A resolution the .ec- ,W3S sentenced to years in peni-: 1 Tirt ZrSIltinS that S51 God. is an ahs'ardtty. -_- "Mr opinion is tnat our age is Emanue: BiU Hart, in Los AngeZes ra "bsccsiins a Godless" ase. hospital, two friends of the iorsuer r as secretary of the pension j fund cf the Umtsd Church. j____ wn WCSSUZQlilii. T COV- beer to be sold in balS in have petitioned a superior sale cf ir.-.oxi- to sc: as guarcians o: per- cS of anv iinc hac been baaseo., _ I son and fortune. Btils estate con- I CD' 30j kJiitK ot property --c-n SaOOW. and iiZess Mondavs and meatless j., hospital estate at neier intended 10 The sooner we, -eturn -o a belief in God. a simple sincere belief in God. the sooner snail lay a founds tioa for the1 ciau "powerful nation :-nal' are designed to become." George G. Grant. wtt re- Lands and Mines elected" President of the Hotels As- T-aiier stressed the necessity for Saskatcheisran at the CtJ-iCt-S-i- voluntary statement June 13. ijitxii. J agement and union representatives i shad bargained briefly on workers demands, including a 300 per cent. boosi, in aierage a in i declarauons were SI- j agemem "no." so the union i court containing alleged said u just take the th" men that they plan; until management, came! :mite during a recent ___ _ Montreal, six Sers -srere comrcitted to around to its terms. i j said m a return tabled in the com- mons. In the same period there Toronto, has. begun to serve tsreej Dr. C G. Sheps. assistant Toronto, nas rj- c G SneOS, i Edditionai years in Kingston j-ealih for Ssskatche- A_ tentiarv fcr supplyins amtec, has .j-g., a special rh refuse and scrap. a heart in an alley] less than for the same penoa last to header taxes un- j e In hs sockets police found S29 02 i and bank-books shotring deposits i totalhng t-ff- commemdrasing his June IS. 1940, appeal irom iondon. 4. crate of 200 pounds of Not of the Nova General As-------. Presbyterian church in Toronto vot- ed to" coariae its aSliaaon ivith j the Church of Chnst in China, de-'" snire ojSerences m cactrines. n a passenger on another traa S tr Foreign as as 72 Canadian i Junior Chambers of Commerce he Jun'- Canadian Esil-.raT com- Tuesday reported earnings for the "week ended June 7 at; S5.075.CX30. compared -with m the cor- responding period la 1945. Alberta front Sydney. s than 24 hours. to Caigary Desuite pledges to modernize stock, of the Can- -pde four rrafSc lanes on the upper deck of Edmonton's high level bridge in connection the pro- posed changeover from street car to trolley bus operation. oy tne Aioexta Efes of a home for delinquent or j sunrerne court of Canada in j homeless boys vras proposed -K-hen a majority judgment auashed a, the cwo-cav convention of the B.P.O.E. opened in Bed Deer Hbnday. Bntaia's attorney general. Sir Hartlev Sha-vrcross, -wili leave by air Wednesday to visit Poland, Czechoslovakia ana- Prance in re- snocss to invitations the three cents concerned. their customers vatn abusecl equipmeriL. David Gul o- Ottatva told the association's 41st gnn-ia-i meeting in his presidenual address as "Winnipeg. Canadian passenger traSc is Of 13St verdict" of the British supreme court which hao. damages to George Protopappas. a Vancouver cook, against the Brit- ish Columbia Electric Railway Co. 'a iven of one oer cent in pas- Gordon G. r_______of the American Transit "association, in Winnipeg. were army cour in Edmonton, June 19 to 22, Norman H. Bakes, honorary secre- tarv of the Junior Chamber of Commerce said in Montreal. The black flies in the northern Ontario bush are too ferocious for nine German prisoners of war. The nine escaoec from an Abitibi Power j and comnany bush camp 30 miles south of Smooth Rock Falls. Ont.. Saturday and gave themselves up Mondav nisht, saving they were driven from their camp oy the fhes. Nine Canadian university students will sail from Halifax for the Unit- ed Kingdom July 1 as delegates to the International Student Service conference at Cambridge University, CAU The church publication. Prssby- There were army ecu-. jmy Gordon Campbell, Cana- terian Record, was described as martial convictions aeseruon -n dian secretary of the and dull as the Canada from Jan. to -yay and formerly of iledicme Iiat, 1_ 1Q46. TJeiellCe SiimSter AOOOtt Tn-m-ntn and dull as the anaa rom a. i. general assembly of the Fresbvterian 1. 1946. Peieace Miaiscer Aboots IN HER SHOES and we know that give to THE NATIONAL CLOTHING COLLECTION Imagine yourself in a war-ravaged land. Your home a rubble heap. Your clothes -what you saved as you ran from your home. In the shops there are no shops. Only someone beyond the seas can help. In this case it is jou. You can give the clothing you no longer need. Clothing you rnay consider old can bring new life to some suffering person to horn war brought despair and destitu- tion. The National Clothing Collection aims at hundreds of thousands of gar- ments plus shoes plus bedding. If your contribution seems small, remem- ber this every garment you give means one more human being sa-ved from cold or sickness or possibly death. WHAT IS NEEDED you can spare, but especially WORK ClOTHES UNDERWEAR REDDING SHOES WARM ClOTHES Of All KINDS WHAT YOU CAN DO... 1. Go through your closets, the attic, your trunks___gather together all the clothing xou can spare. in paper and tie se- You can include a short personal message with >our contribution. 2- Hai e it read-, in a bundle to take to yocr collection depot or post ofice when the collection begins. NCA5A What can you spare that they can wear? in Toronto. R. H. Carlin. district director of the International Union of Mine. Mm and Smelter Workers (CJ.OJ in Toronto, announced an agree- ment has been signea between the union and the International Nickel Comaany. covering more than employees of the" company in the Sudoury distnc; and as Port, Col- borne, Albert Bii a tasicab driver, i was taking a passenger from sub- urban ifelrose Park to a Chicago I roalroad station when he stopped his cab to retrieve a lost hub cao. Bu; the passenger didn't wais for j Bulman to renjm watn the hub cap BTe crove off in the car. leaving the tasi cirri er in the middle of tne street. The emDloymeni; of a trained psychiatrist to classify, segregate and carry ou; remedial work among prisoners" in provincial penal msti- tution was recommenced to the Saskatchewan penal commission at Prince Albert in 3. submission from the Saskatchewan College of Physi- cians and Surgeons. The brief was presented by Dr. G. Dyker, Prince Albert, physician. HOCKS: aJtn. to pjn-: Saturdaj. sum. PJH-; Wednesday a-m. to jun. Information Phone 3727. Ready with Summer Needs and Gift Suggestions for "FATHER'S Boys' Wash SUITS WITH OR WITHOUT BELTS Crisp and. cool coiioa wash suits lor acihe bojs Tail- ored m the popular shin watot with or without belts. As- so'rted two tone colors. Sizes 1 jo 6. 69Cand89c Children's EATON'S, Second Floor __ BROWN BROGUES id finished Trith sturdy Iw.ther soles Rich brown shade. Sizes 6 to 11. Width D and E- Second Floor DE FOREST" ELECTRIC PHONOGRAPH HAS IT'S OWN SPEAKER It's new! It's dif- ferent! A compact phonograph complete uith amplifier and 4x6 inch elliptical Outstand- ing: tone and quiec in operation. As- sures good reproduc- tion of recordings. i Walnut veneer cabi- net balanced crystal pickup uses any style changeable needle. Each" Third Floor Egg dishes delicious a dash of tangy H P BROCADED BRUSHED RAYON ABOUT 50 INCHES WIDE A grand material for ced jackets, housecoats or crib covers. l to mspeci this attractive brocaded brushed rayon in shades of skj blue or pink. About 50 inches vride. Yard YouTl- PLAIN COTTON CAMBRIC About 36 inches wide Every busy seamstress will want a supply of this plain cotton cam- bric for blouses, spon, s2dns and play suits Select from Dlain shades of blue, yeilow, black, rust, green and red or khaki. About 35 inches wide. Yard.............. 59c PRINTED COTTON "SEERSUCKER" About 32 inches wide Grand for summer dresses, housecoats, blouses, py- jamas, brunch coats and dimdle SKITTS tms coionul cot- ton printed "seersucker" comes in a host of smart patterns. Backgrounds in pink, blue, jellow and turquoise. About 32 inches wide. Yard Second Floor COTTON LINENE r i- About 36 inches wide f, A good quality cotton ma- ideal for spore outfits, blouses, shons and other sum- mer wearables, and blue only. About 36 inches 29C COTTON SATEEN Abuut 36 inches wide You'll like this cotton ma- terial islth a shiny finish. Grand for linings. Black or grey only. About 36 inches j 290 jim- w FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY, JUNE 16th! And here at Eaton's we have a variety of gift suggestions that will make his eyes sparkle on His "day of For instance: Two-Piece Shaving Set Shaving soat) and after snave lotion, set Mam Floor Men's elastic, ineial length regulators, Icathei encs. Standard size ana large. Eacn Men's Dressy Ties ana "Berklej" cravats ir. shaces and materials lo please him! Some hand ntade. Standard size. Each Men's Main Floor Men's Deerskin Dress with hand around Ihe fingers natural color. Sizes 8 to 10. Men's Fine Lawn hem. Each 39C Men's Colored Bordered Cotton Handkerchiefs Each ......................J9c Men's White Linen Handkcr Each ......5OC Men's Colored Bordered White Linen Hand- ..................79c Main Floor GAYLORD HORESHEAD SHAVING CONTAINERS After Shave Talcum Fowder, each After Shave Lotion, each THREE PIECE SHAVING SET Soap, after sha-ve talcum powder and shave lotion, set T EATON LIMITED BRANCH STO R E The Angling Season Opens On "Father's Day" June 16th! What finer sift conld yon give Dad on his "Day" than fishing tackle. FISHING FLIES All the popular varieties. Black Kaat, Royal Coachman. Blue Up- nght. Brown or Gray Kackle, Sil- ver Doctor, and others. Hook sizes, 8, 10 and 12. Each 20c ___ WET FLIES Tied to gut all wjr.set! vari- eties Blac'-: Knat, Royal Coach- man. Silver Doctor. Bli.e Upnght.f White Miller. Parr Belfe, Red Up- Gnt _ Three foot right. Jark Scott. Green of "Tneand SK foot ar.d March Browr.. Eacjs 15 C and NYLON LEADERS Six-foot length, three iooos. Each .............35c 10-yard coil, six pound test. Each............2SC 10-jard 12-pour.c test. Each 15c to 45e Trout lOc to 35e Nylon Casting 15-pour.d tests Each 20-pound test. Each 25-pour.d test Each Split Shot 'or sinkers Each .....5C Gut 3. 10 ar.G 12, 2 'or 15c "Solnnar" you the probable best times for everj cay this year. Each ..............5OC HUNTING KNIFE AND SHEVTH blade and bone handle. Com- plete with leather sheath. Ideal for use around the camp or for cleaning fish. Each GOLF BALLS Dunlop or Campbell synthetic golf ball.s Each ..................85C Sporting Basement LWSPAPLR ;