Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1941 fvAimilrn Cvnlomc ITwo Worlds Seen womyko txplams ByRotary speaker Why He Used Veto Highlights In The News Dailv bread ration SSifWS SS, Belgium, re- ads. Air Marsha! Robert Tie regarded the the negative vote was asked and tne chairman announced the resolution; tad been vetoed. us'' rot continue handled the go-.trr-mer.: no: v "he wjrid was :o by priva'e companies Mam- re'C" Nor vsulc Canadians wba Federation of Agriculture anc :r.defir.- cistrsci No. oe- Mos- n a the :ed States lived in a. suite a; the best in Moswsv during his iisii. Foreign Minuter Molotov and trie Vice Foreign Minister, S- A. Loz- FRIDAY SHOPPING NEWS gTOKE HOIKS: ajn. to P-ra- Saturday, ajn. to p.m. Wednesday, ajn. to pjQQL Information Phone 3727. is of a suo-com-nittee. the case for a to tiie "general :n Septem- ber, along with recommendations for the ture i take s1 desirable. ce The the pres- Dr. 3vatt ar.d oti.er menioers o: mani- i numbered 1.000 a: May 31. it was 1 DOUBLE WEAR ALSO "NO-MARK- BROWN BILTRITE WILL NOT SLIP ASK FOR THtM tY NAME Bob's such a young-looking Dad! north. Great Wars Wednesdav held their annual get-together in Ottawa. major commercial and Viscount Alexander, govemor-gen- tutior.a! bsnldins projects an was guest o: honor. There are estimated total value of SSS5.0CO are S3 veterans in pariiamem. underwsv in Ecnionion and several others are expected to S'art eon- A baby girl born with her heart I struction -Rcrk within the next outside her body died a few hours three w eeks. I later in Lancaster, Pa., hospital. contatiaioners Toronto snd other Ontario centres gave authority :b the may be -sithout gasoline within hosuital board to proeeec with weeks, unless a settlement is reach- structural alterations "to the Rojal ed soon in the Great Lakes sea-' Alexandra hospital to provide an men's strike. emsrsencv admittance Trine, a fcloo_d i bankT waiting room sac other need- i The rain rivers Tieris sad Su- ed facilities, cost of the project phrates have overflowed their is estHnated at i banks. flooded farm land including i the Iranian Gulf port of Basrs. More than 75 University of killed at least 70 persons and left; berta naval training students have thousands homeless. in the last, two months completed j A new and higher minimum sal- 1 teachers in. a start- The wartime production of the ing salary of from SSOO to SI.400; with sracual increases to a rnaxi- j TV AD comes home with a springy step and sparkling smile. He's bright and cheerful as he says rHello as keen as when he wared goodbye this morning.- Yes, Mother and Dad, and in fact their parents too, realize what a. help Eno's 'Fruit Salt' has been to fitness and health; Zno's 'Fruit is refreshing and pleasant to take. It will help sweeten the breath and relieve acid often the cause df headaches and indigestion. Eno is free of harsh, bitter sugar or artificial flavouring of any kind. Buv a bottle of Eno's 'Fruit Salt' today; ENDS 'Fruit Salt' Canadian farmer poultry and live- j mum "of S2.000 was announced _by; stock producer stands as one of the the provincial department of ecu- outstanding achievements of the i cation. j United Nations. Clyde Sendris. of Clinton. Is... told delegates'to t.he i xhe Canadian Congress of Laoor Canadian Feed Manufacturers' con- ju Ottawa ifsued an appeal to its vention in "Winnipeg- j affiliated unions to send donations to Windsor. Orit- to assist in al- Most of the forest fires -which distress in that area from j have raged unchecked through vast, tornado. woodland areas alcng Newfound- land's northeastern shores were be- well- Latin American co-cperation in i in the business retired in 1940 as i TVvTmninn smmuni- the Dominion asnmuni making available 300.00O extra tons j of Canadian Indus- j of cereals and Deans for tne next ._-, T few critical months. _ llore than 30 charges of arson; be laid against, a Hamilton high USED f OK WORLD Canada is the second country in i Cook of the atomic division. fe- three "vears. National Research Founaation. re- j __ j vealed in a pamphlet being publish- i 4 ri To_ conierence qi the nm6 tbe shirt shortage Chemical ox Canada to to a scarcitv of fabnc be held Monday. A decree offering Soviet citizen- ship to thousands o? former sub- j jects of the czar and other Hussians iivuig in rrance. Bulgana and and the necessity of keeping up Canada's export trade. i ad- Tugcslavii. published by the supreme Soviet joumaL Glacys Strum fC.CJ., Qp'Ap- pellsj said at Moose Jaiv that in temational City Managers' associa- I lion that, unless cities and towns are willing to do as much as fed- lifting "the pnce ceiling on farm eral governments to ease the pres- machinerv the fec-ersl eovemmer.t i eril shortage, soluaon to i "opened the door to speculation, in ths problem is very distant and company people vvili continue to live in slums. Two of eight German prisoners of j war who escaped from a work camp i near Letellier. in the southern j Manitoba beet fields, returned vol- untanly to the carno after a j hours of libenv. Canadian Challen- ger, the first cargo ship to be built in the Quebec area since the end of the war, launched at Lau- zon. j Revision of tax legislation to encouragement to the expansion of gold mining was recommended in a j report of the senate resources com- j mittee. The report, tabled in the i upper house by Senator J. J. Don- r.eliy (P.C.. Ontano> followed by the committee of the gold min- ing industry. Gen. George C. Marshall, special i i Appointment of Russell X. Smith, a native of Regina. as assistant, di- rector of the pricing and distnbu- tion division of War Assets- Cor-' poration was announced in Ottawa. Mr, Smith is a graduate of the Um- versuy of Alberta. A Lebanese move which woulo' have barred the re-settlement of, Jewish refugees in Palestine was i voted down by the United Nations economic and social council in New of armed forces as a means i _______ to promote peace in the Fgr East, j Senator AThar.ase Baric Que- SaVS Prairie Soil becj urged in the senate that Can- _, ada establish a prize to encourage i (jrOWinfif natiie literature. j__________ WINNIPEG, June 20 F. pons for the aporoach-.ng ration i Agronomy convention here Tues- _ period, the ooard of trace ancounc- ,jav is a possibility of ed. sterile prairie land, with a resulting low nutritional value in agncuitur- ai products. prairie are dc- The Saskatchewan government's printing plant reahzcd a net profit of S25.189 in r.f Zfl '-ear of opera- tior-.. Provir.cial Ireaturer C. Fines anriour.cec. of their M. al an alarming rate. is par- ycujariy true of phosphorous, tne elcmen: being most senou? Iv ce- of a series o. pros- bv grain farming. As time OR. gces or r.eca for pr.osphatic j__ fcj-tjiizajion will increase." Mr. raid that because of the yjcadv drain on the mineral content of western soil, the value of feeds and food is cecreasir.g. Fertiliyer was the an- swer to heavier and he he would like to sec fertilizer con- sumption in the prain" up to 200.000 tons by 1955. In the third eniations b" United States ambassador to Can- When Tirerf Oaf! Sick! YOU NEED MORE LIVER BILE LETHBRIDGE'S VICTORY RALLY and RODEO July 4th, 5th and 6th Plan Now to Attend! Available, but still in limited quantities BRITISH COLUMBIA PACKERS LIMITED KWSPAPLRl VANCOUVER, CANADA Science says two fints daily, yet many get only OBe- liver bile dtges! jaai taoi and provide jeer body's 1 natural biairve.Lack of bile dices beadidia, i cocSipatajn, iBiiise'.ion, loss of esagr. For giimrai health lone op your and el needed bile with proyen Fnrit-z-liTes. Canada's lirgest sdlfcj Iher laWtis. Made f'nmfnrils and herbs. AGREE TO SUGGESTED SCALE OF WAGES CALGARY. June 20. The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners for uniform submissions to the regional labor board from all Calvary and Edmonton unions, Percy B. Hooper, business agent for :he Calvary amalgamated local said Wednesday. Women s Summer Cc rf AT A SAVING! m REGULAR S17.95 TO Boxy and Belted Styles Variety of Smart Coatings Early Friday shoppers will find a pleas- ing choice of styles and materials in these sum- mer-weight coats now priced for clearance! There are full-length models in casual boxy or belted and fitted well as a few of the popular Materials include wool boucles, wool "shags" and a few wool tweeds. Each coat is well finished with nicely padded shoulders, durable rayon lin- ings. Neutral some brighter shades! Sizes 14 to 42 in the lot! Each Budget Plan Terms, in accordance with Wartime Prices and Trade Board nations, may be arran.ed if Second Floor paper novelty HALF PRICE! TABLE PIECES REGULAR lOc TO Shor> Friday morning for thrift-priced table attractive items for your own ______ home or for shower gifts that appreciated! Included in this half-price lot place mat sets in cottons, linens and treated -lace and cotton card table covers. Half Price, each or set Second Floor 1.25 Cushions HALF PRICE! Dandy for canoes, autos or summer cottages. Filled with reclaimed kapok and covered with water-resistant awning cloth in bright colors. Single Stjle, Half Pnce. each Double Style, Half Price, each STEEL WOOL A favorite for household cleaning purposes! I Half O boxes Price for PICNIC BOXES Regular 89c j Metal with web about 12x10x5 inches, rn v Basement A New Shipment of SLIP COVER AND DRAPERY FABRICS A dash of new color for your home! Have smooth- fitting new slip covers and draperies made in EATON'S workroom, from the hand- some new materials now ar- riving. Beautifully colored cotton cretonnes, chintz and glazed chintz approximate widths 36 and 48 inches. You will be pleased with the excellent work done in our Drapery Workroom. EATON'S, Third Floor. II Boys' Regular 69c Jerseys Cool and practical for summer vacation-tune wear. Short-sleeved pullovers knit from light cotton yams v.ilh crew necklines. Grey with colored trim at necK and 5'.eves. Sizes 23 and 30. Each....... 39c Men's Regular Jackets i ticiuc vv WOMEN'S SANDALS Leatherette With Jumbo Heels Don't miss this worth- "dollar" value on Friday morning! Smart sandals with leatherette uppers, open draped vamps, sliiiff backs, and buckled instep straps. Red, green or sizes 5 to 8. Pair Light-weight jackets for summer sports and outings. Tailored from (trace name; with knitted cotton sleeves, cuffs, and waistbands. Grey or blue in sizes 33 to 44. Each....................... Men's and Boys' Main FIFoor MElsWORDS'RWCEDf REGULAR S3.95 to Good value here for men! Your choice of Blucher or Balmoral oxfords with fciack calf leather uppers, neaily finished tcecaps. leather solss arid heels. Sizes to 11. Pair NOVELTIES TO EATON'S, Second Floor EATON C BRANCH STOR E Regular to Another op- portunity f o i thrifty selection of wedding and shower gifts! At Eaton's Jewelry Counter you'll 'i ntcresting plaster of paris figures, book ends, glass pow- der bowls or cosmetic bottle sets, metal cig- arette boxes or priced to clear! Each or ?et to Jew Main Floor NEWSPAPER!