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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1946 Highlights In The News with the Soviet Union aaci the dem- ocratic countries of Europe, caa re- sult, only in betrayal of the ?ro- graic oJ social progress lor which tiie country Deoaty Sheriff lioyti E. Cole of St. Joseph, Mo, has djsenered -Brhy osse of the tires of his automobile had been making bumping soiinc. A raecfcajEic had left a 1-inch too. inside the eating. sr. Rain fallinc: in land's forest fire districts last nigh; and. a continued downpour, as tore- cast, -sras expected to snuff out the blaring- conflagrations -ainch Tvere racing uncontrolled through TMce- sprescl -sroodlanc areas along the island's ncnhesstem shores. Samuel Moffan of Toronto, -ass e'ected grand master of ihe Granc Sack Chaster of British America t the annual convention m v.m- Ejaeg. Ruben Ritchie cf Peter- borough. Ont, -B-as named ceputy grand master. James Lincoln. son of a Cleveland 'ias sen- tenced to one to 14 years :n pem- ienUary on his plea cf gui-ty to a of assault with intent tc HE. Ijneoln is-as accused of shoet- ing and beating nine-jear-olc; Caro-. Williams Marcn 20 and of attempt- ing :o rane Darlene Wood, 10, March 19. VansardT Britain's newest snd mos: powerful battleship, ar- rived si Greenock. Scotland tor s trials m the Firtn of Clyce will make her first voyaee nest spring tcr.en she will take'the Sins and Queen. Siizabeth and Princess ifarssret on a. visit to South Africa. French wine ration probably wtif'be increased :n July from two litres iabout to three litres, the food ministry an- nounced. The body of -William Bunce. 51. resident of "the Sarma. Incian reservation was found in the St. Ciarr bv the coast saard pa- troL He nad been- missing for ap- proximately two months. its. Pascal 45. .in Montreal, was crushed to ceath oy her own automobile as it rodec down 2 slight incline. After park- ing her car near tne top. Mrs. La- chanelle crossed in front o- tne Tehicis jusr as it started rolliES downward and her to the back of anotner parked car. C-ranization on s. provincial scale of a swimming and water safety nrogrsm to teach children how to swim was announced by the execu- tive committee of the Canadian Eec Cross, Ontario divisori. Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Gee. charged the asurcer of William Kcnenala who plunged from a third "loor window is. a Vancouver apartment April 19. wee- acfiuittec by an assize court jurj. Surplus stock lett at Xorxnan VTe'Js. XVC.T. after comp'.etion of through the north country -ft ill be turned "over to Indians in the area. A S300 grant made by the Eo niK--ton city council to the Asso- ciation of Ukrainian Canadians assist the orsamrations planned tor EJimon'on at the ena cf xiithhelc; per-tung ccn- cf a croteti the grant b-. 244 Ukrainian ratepayers. ia reducing the number of young i offenders, A. A. Mackenzie, ceputy 1 minister of public -welfare, said in i Edmonton. J __ I The Governor-Genera! snd Vis- of totalstanarusm countess Alexander of Tunis could" onlv'be fought b> a usiSec tencerec a civic reception at Hull, effo-t cf all citiseai- to preserve i Que.. and visited the wartime_hous- mocracy. Hon. R. S. Ansley, nun- ister o; ecucatios. role irie gracu- atmg class of Mount Royal College at tneir 35th annual convocation ceremony m Calgary. i ing community at nearby vilie. -ahere tea -aas ser.ed in the central halL as is-ralicn war widows, as well ;es and women demobilized from i_t "Australian armed :orees. are cnance to tettle on the land under the common-aealth scv- emment'j. war service Isnsi settle- ment scneme. 1 About ICO demonstrators attscS- ed Paris party head- quarters, smashed bookj-hor; anc bumec bocks and pamphlets in the street. Wins Cmcr. Larry Skey. Conservative member o' ua-liament tor Toronto tele, the Trinity Braconisle ?ro- e Conservstr. e Association hoped the soierrmert tske steps to Csm- mumst 1 The Dominion Bureau of Sta- tistics, reiisms: ar. earlier report on c-aell'nss m 1945 resorted that units oeen com- pleted in 1345. 400 more than the total previously repartee. Pcssiblv as a result of the return of Canadian servicemen trom 01 er- jess. marriages nesisterec in cities. i towns anc -sillaces of more 10.000 population f3 per cent jm Aprii'over the same month o: jear. Senator Nicholas McSenna -aras A Madison. jury of five men 1 anc vkon-.en celioeratec 10 hours nncung Mrs. Is. Vera B. Snner." of third degree manslaughter in tne -heat of pas- sion" slisvms of her husbanc vhile he %at with another woman. V enna .rasnway workers on strike tne> descnoed as stan'ation rations. coiernment will ca.l 2 the special -invasion %v has oeen a big trafS; here in forges :s- notes. senate military commit- -ecommended that Gen. Mark Cia-k oe rroniJtec to -the perman- e-" rank "of major-general objections frcm same men who fought under h s The King and Queen, accompan- ied by the princesses, will iisit every centre of iraoonance in their 10- week tour in South Afnca next jear, the official itinerarj- shous. j The United Nations economic and council, sittms as a com- mittee, decided in York that mterrutional relief should be ex- tended to German and Austrian Jews and to persons uao Sues in these two countries as foreigners or stateless persons. Prisoners of war in Canada June 1 numbered 10.404. compared with 33.S33 at Jan. I. it was reported in a return tabled jsi the Ottawa Com- inons. Revenue from admission fees at the Camrose entrance to the Banff National Park in 1S45 was S16.7SO. Resources Minister G-en reported- is the commons for Hev. S. G. Kan- .sell Revenue the Radium entrance -a as S2.65S. bv 5 000 emplovees Shorts Sea- An announcement likely vril! be "Works" demonstrating against made tile next two weeks a -overnmen: proposal to moie the giving details of a Canadian or- f "o gamzation which will recruit Cmt-' __ ed Nations civil servants, it was Britain is, disclosed at, a commons external tiioyeci m May than m the previous Canadian wheat in store or la j transit as of last Fridav totalled a-e bushels, a decrease of. _Tbronj3 ,-7mftnn the nrevious i vacanc-. csusec oy the death in Washm-tcn recently cf Senator Richaro" V. Kesne. i The British Commutust party ttseli "10 rally tile people OjUi.C-O __ 265.300000" bushels the same week Seiclak. 23. of Montreal.5 a year ago. _ sentenced to Bertram M. Campbell who served ,inss a. .rom t------. S115.000 by sarv Frost, Sansas City mu- nicicaf was elected prpcent -n.s cosmooohian International. Next ,nCl ______ VijsTrS to reverse ;----------1 foreign pohcy before it is too late. iThe sta'tement said tne "dangers 1 of war have become apparent to all" and that "ama-onisizi to Commun- ___ ____ ism and deperiaeace on American suggested xz capitalism, mstead of fnencship y i year's convention will be hejc. at i Alta. _ Professor Waisoa Ku-kconnell of York State Court o_ for humiliation and loss of liberty and earnings. To Those Convalescing After Severe Illness isanT seTere IHnesses or serious operations tie patient is very ones left in an extremely E2TTOU3, rua-down conditiosi. To all those convalescents tcio need some Hud of tonic to stimulate and build up the -weakened system, ire -would recommead MUbani's Heslth and Serve to assst them back to again. These trills help supply elsrsems necessary to assist the coavslescent in bodfly strength, snd -vigour. Price 5fe a bar, 55 pills, at aE drug counters. look for our registered tiade raark a "Red on the package. Tie T. lEbnrsi Co.. Limited. Toronto. Cm. i address a system of "pohucal as a means of preventing admission to Canada ol persons with or Communist; records. with Tatre American coun- ties is steadily increaang anc would show spectacular gams i- Canada had the goods available to meet demands. Trade and Com- inerce Minister J. A. MacKinnon j EKJOY PICNIC Sunday- school chiieren. teachers and par- ents of the Evangelical cnarcn motored to He-derson Park Lethbricge recently to speafi the cay. It was sceaTweather and old and voung enjoyed ihe tsark and the lovelv picnic "dinner. There were cars in the party. HOME FROM HOSPITAL -Mrs. a 3 said in Sdiconton. i the past three weeks. shop and will erect, a modem shop. Cement is bemg poured lor the 'Tr'all Vi a e neva? Seller has now brought in Iroia I and has t nence -Kith his family. I of a reeimens wneii ccangiEg sta- I tfons. the Pats proceeded to Currie barracfes after beine welcomed to city by Mayor J. C. "Watson. incidence oJ tuberculosis among the Indians of Albersa forms a major Droblem. for i; endangers the while population. Dr. J. G. TSTherrect of Toronto, executive sec- retary of tne Canadian Tuberculosis Association, said in Calgary. Expanding public service given by postoffices had created additional problems for those in charge, ac- cordins to a discussion at the open- ing session of the loth annual_con- vention of the Canadian Association, Alberta br hi Calgary. Secretary Prank: Eliason of the j Hudson 3av Koute Association said in Saskatoon the inter-provincial committee on the route should re- convene to Targe use of Churchill for storage and shipping of this pear's crop. The Tjnited States 8th army said penicillin be made available for the first time to Japanese suf- fering from venereal disease. AT.COALDALE (HNS) j Mrs. have as their guests j their grandchilcren. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Preston and family of Port- age la Prairie, Mart. ANXOUXCE BIKTH and _ i at the St. Michael's hospital, Leth- J One hundred and fifty years ago news- papers were too expensive for Londoners of modest m.en'nF to buy. They to the coffee houses, where copies were available, and sipped their coffee -while awaiting their turn to read them. FATHER SERIOUSLY (HNS) C. Davis a.nd two cnildren left last Friday for Sask., the former having received word of the serious iHness of her father. AN7OVER5ARY TEA FERNIH. B.C. (HNS) Snox United church held an anniversary I tea and sale of home cooking on Applicable ol employees wiui the In excepnon social event C3ioose the coSee with the flavor and body Maxwell House. Its friendly stimulation eases tension while it revives and cheers you. The glorious Maxwell House blend con- tains carefully selected Latin-American coffees. It's "Radiant-Roasted" to capture every atom of extra-rich, extra-smooth You'll find it "Good to the Last Drop" j days act touch provide traro -sreeks' vacation -sith pay goes into 1 effect Julv 1. Labor Minister C. C. I witiiams said in Hegiaa. Thousands of letters have been sent to Ottawa from western Can- ada asking that the federal govern- ment leave Saskatchewan's farm security legislation alone. Premier i T. C. Douglas saic in Chaplin, Sask- i George Sha-R-anda. 42-year-old i Indian, in Sudbury, Ont., form- i ally charged with the murder of his viTfe. Xora. 33, fay beating her on a reservation on Mamtoulin 1 island. Representative Berkeley Bunker 'Dem.. recommended in i Washington that all Communists well patronized. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bare, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny and their families, former residents of this district, and now live m Spnngstcn. Icaho. are renewing acquaintances in the district, LIFE WITH JUNIOR WISH THEY'D WIT THE Packed ways: I a Super -Vacuum Tin ia both Drip and Regular Grinds or Flavor-Saving Bag ia an AII- Purpose Grind. A ProdtRi of Genwol tigatjori "Those do T.OI then renounce he said, "should be j Poultry raiding has been "pluck- ec out of the" and placed JH the front line of science. Dr H S asFistani chemist of ar.d Compar.y, Chicago, toic of the Canaoian Peed Manufacturers As- sociation :n "VVmnipes. In an effort to discourage early 1 and rnum Canacian esg production, the i pnces boara m Ottawa announced extension from June 30 to J-aiv 31 of the period cunr.s -which hens stay sell at the highest prjce lei el. Damon Runyon. Cclummst and short story has beer: csvorcfd D the former Patrice Del Grande ;r< Kev West, Ylz. Members of the ne-nir-organlrcti Plymouth, Conn voiumof r nre de- partment for' their first caii. rirally three weeks, jt Mme. They to Lake j Plyrnotith "hey rescued cat stranded in the top of a tree H. A. Stone cf Ont, J and Walter Hendrick of Toronto have been re-appointed chairman and secretary, respectively, of the National Council of the Canadian' j Feed Manufacturers' Association, j The system of farming juventle i delinquents out to homes and farms j in Alberta is proving of great help eVAPORATEP Tic Bortim Co Noturo! content of vitamin D increased by irradiation Setommemled by doctors for baby feeding THURSDAY SHOPPING NEWS STOKE HOURS: ajn. pjn. Saturday ajn. pjn. IVednesdaj- ajtn. pan. Information Phone 3727 READING PROMOTES RELAXATION At EATON'S located MAGAZINE SECTION on the Main Floor you will find am interesting selection af SHM- nertime readins books, magazines, periodicals and pocket editions. HALF PRICE! WOMEN'S BLACK SUEDE SANDALS With High "JUMBO" Heels Be among the first at EATON'S tomorrow morning for this dandy shoe value! Stylish sandals suitable for dress suede uppers with open toes, nailhead trim and high Jumbo heels. Sling back straps with buckle fastening. Sizes 5 to S, C width. (Similar to illustration) Half once, cair umoo neeis. bung oacx strap Half Price! WOMEN'S SUMMER SANDALS EVAPORATED MILK BLUE AND WHITE, BEIGE AND BROWN OR ALL RED Another outstanding "buy" in sum- mer shoes These sandals are the colorful playtime type fab- ric uppers, flat or Cuban heels, cross straps on vamps, buckled instep straps. Sizes 5 to 8. Half Price, pair MEN'S ROMEO SLIPPERS JUST ARRIVED A new shipment of lei- sure-time slippers for men with an eye for economy. .....Neatly lasted with soft brown leather up- pers, centre-seamed vamps, heavy stitched leather soles and heels. Sizes 6 to 10. Second Flocr. WOOD AND METAL VENETIAN BLINDS AVAILABLE THROUGH EATON'S EATON'S Drapery Department is now able to provide Venetian blinds made to order in wood or metaL Also standard size shades made with hardwood slats and ready to install are in stock at EATON'S. Consult this department re- garding: yonr Venetian shade needs. Third Floor. Students' Tweed SPORT COATS Practical and fashionable right through summer and into fail! Handsome Ts-ool fsreed sport coats in herringbone and checked patterns leather, -wood or regular type buttons and skeleton rayon lining. Sizes 32 to 35. Men's JACKETS Comfortable cotton "moleskin" jackets with rayon raglan sleeves. light rayon lining, zipper front, knitted cuffs, collar and waistband. Two front slash, pockets. Brown with creani, white or fawn sleeves. Sizes 36 to 4-L Each..... Men's PULLOVERS Men's Grey Wool WORK SOCKS Plenty of service in these heavy socks for summer iiork! Knit from strong grey -wool yams, reinforced at heels and toes. Uoomy standard size jusi nght for -arork boots. Psir Main Floor. 59c aio Floor. Stainless Steel Cooking Utensils Once again you can obtain yonr favorite stainless steel cook- ing durable, bright and easy to keep clean: Select yonr needs tomorrow at Eaton's from the following pieces: SAUCE Im- perial pint capacity. With co-.ers acd black knobs. "Without erf each and SAUCE Imperial pint capacity. With covers ana alack knobs. each .............S3.S5 ROASTING PAN'S About Z inches across the top by inches deep, each 8 ir.ches across tr.e top by 4 inches ctep. each FKYING PANS About inches in cJameter at top. each..... About 9'. inches in diameter at top. each Basement. Lethbridge's big "Welcome Home" RALLY AND RODEO IS ONLY TWO WEEKS AWAY Plan now to attend this Gala Event on JULY 4th, 5th and 6th in Honor of Returned Southern Albertan Veterans! Sleeveless V-neck pullovers knit from cotton and -ROO! yams m stocking stitch trith ribbed -sraistbancL Grey, maroon, fa-sn or blue. Sizes small, medium and large. Each Men's Main Floor. Want Distinctive Floors For Your Home? "KENTILE" the Answer quiet asphalt floor that can be as Individual as your personality! You decide on designs and coloring and it can be laid tile by tile in checker-board, allover any effect desired. The pattern possibilities are al- most unlimited. Check the highlights: Super-durable. Economical. Moisture proof. Easy to Maintain. Colors right through to back. See samples on our Third Floor