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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1948 Stifl Speculating About The Budget Jaycees In Favor Easing Controls Highlights In The News A recommendation that _per- women of Manitoba at t camp tites be obtained SliiAiiCiiv cause preset camping Clothing Shortage Hits Aussies Hard The Duke of Gloucester, govcr- t nor general of Australia. -The '-inadequate and 1 er ce... i.-r. be Tlr. Ilslev has raised 10 Sl-00 and S2.000 tor mar- s. In exemptions Because of limited stocks ana oe Sixteen persons were fcl'.ed and! in Morse" tha: co-operatr.e pnces projects thrived as or- j. d s h but compulsory nieni-! have also risen th the shonases. bership would "nrecS; them." chilarsE. The sneech nay contain Col. Crawford F. .o-w" esii- MacArthur's staff repor-.._ _. i S I i mace by m n, !ho j German occupation 01 Norway. i Alter sis years of uniforms and clothir-g restrictions. London's male population, has gone wild over I 'ormal accorduig to man- asers of londcn clothes hire firms. Ctaiv the necessity for clothing coupons has prevented the sale o: j I the" entire stocks of these firms, i: was reported. Edward Gerharcsen. prise min- "XV "iT. 1 A. shirt which cost beiore the war now costs about ?s 50. ana there have been siaiilar jumps "world's pre-aar ci! unanimously asked that mem-j .1 least six persons were injur- oSTiceTS'ihe CanidTan'congress of ec "three of them seriously, when j Labor. of unknown origin demolished a one-I Highest summer wages e.er k store and Nova Scotia farm workers. _ wi.n ind nearby srruc- likely increases beiore have been forecast. At Ma> la male farm help received an average of S70.39 a month plus boaro. Ya. T blocks from tr.e heart business district in Koanoke, Adeiard Godbour. Libera! ister oT Norway, told a "meeting of lion leader in the Quebec legisla fleet during the war. ence at Ottawa, oeoale of Quebec, "the first Cana- The Red army newsoaper Taeg- with legs ued together WES _ found Qubec police are searching for Sutbs TO miles north of who are thought to te rtjuD Snng at a target in ,.nei water whea a bullet ncocheUed and j J fatally wounded Jacques LaPierre. _ Fndav m a wildly-disordered room o' a fashionable West End iiotel in Scotland Yard's London. Suli on list of unsolved crimes was- the liche Kundschati in Berlin blamed '.'Alright! I'll stay on one condition. We MUST hare Fort Garry Coffee every BILTRITE nUBBERHEELS slaving of Elizabeth MciJndon. former housekeeper for King George U of Greece. Peter Orlov, Moscow radio corn- nyatator. broadcasting on the fifth anniversarv of the launching: 01 Hitlers attack on Russia, accused Herbert Hoover, chair-nan of the American Famine Emergency Com- mittee, of carrying on a malicious campaign against the Sovie; Union. Kosta Musics! wartime com- mander of the Serbian Volunteer Corps, testified in Belgrade that his units fought side by sice with the Germans against Partisans and declared thai wnile operating in the Julian march area he had placed himself and his units under command of Gen. Draja Mihailovic. ifusicki, the llth defendant to ap- pear before the cpurr in the JkHhailovic trial, pleaclca innocent. Michael Korol of Toronto, assist- ant national secretary of the Asso- ciation of Ukrainian Canadians, said in an interview that aTGOO per- sons, transported by special trains from western Canada points, are expected to attend the western Canadian Ukrainian folk festival at Edmonton. liche Kundschat n erin ame -_ r.n. overwork, svstematic stawatioa ana 3rst step to m Vf Vj eaicemics for the deaths of more lo avoid a possible than men whose mass graves, --ST to eliminate the ave een cis- i nch, and En an men --ST the newspaper said, have been cis- i between French, and i covered the site of a former Ger- mg Canadians, ilaj -Gen. George j covered at te site o a ormer r- mg anaans, maT! prison camp near Ze-tham. R. pearkes. V.C., Progressive-Con- Saxon'.-, in the Russian cccuoauon member of parliament lor Xanaimo, said at Sherbrooke, Que. zone. Despite seven years two-year-old daughter Wilt NOT SLIP BROWN Ask for than by aamm have i Gerard JeanVf was said Saturday in. London. The British Isles had a heat wave Sunday, the temperature soaring to a near-record 79 in Scotland. Under a revision of an Italian-, it. f Belgian commercial accord siened i vras elected president; 01 the in Borne up to 50.000 Italian miners ciian Business Educators Associa- j will be made available for work an tion at the annual in. Belgian coal mines and Belgium, Toronto. Tne nep convention wm will send tons of coal year- probablv be held in Jasper. spectacular fire of unknown origin" destroyed the First; Baptist church at fiiisonburg. Oat., witn less estimated between S30.0CO and S35.0CO. U Service of Windsor. Ont-T _ nr-, 1 ly to Italy. W1L1. The executive committee of the quintui Egyptian Labor Union has called i tjith ti for a aensrai strike of all workers rawa a in Egypt Tuesday to protess the government's policy toward the un- employment problem. l All first class restaurants in Japan i were ordered bv the home ministry to close for foor months beainnins July 1 as a means o: alleviating the food problem. Price controls must be maintain- ed in Canada if this country is to avoid the inflation which prevails in the United jlinister Glen o e ratione, stoen rom s meeting of the Liberal Progressive i forced to walk home, two from the station, m ins stocking any fanfare the Dsonne uintUDlets slipped away by car i their Dareats for a trip -.0 Ot- 1 and Montreal. j Mrs. Elizabeth Cojle. a teeper near Kingston. _ Ont.. oieo. from a gunshot wound in me heaa. It is beheved a rifle kept in the stoi-e for protection sccidentalli discharged when she tapped it on the Soor. Three buoys, each equipped i re Albert Sampson. 28. fell asleep a radar reflector unit, were piacea tional aid. Health Food Rules call for a daily serving of whole grain yOU NEED THISVIUCI( Ear' Browder, former head of the feet. Communist party in United States arrived in Enaiand Saturcay night Tass. Russian news agency, said a mystery flight from Mos- it had learned from "informed i co_. ana; leave sooa for sources" that lend-lease to China would be prolonged, under an asj name, until November. 19-1. under a new agreement signed b5 1 China and United Slates. York. A. five-alarm fire swept through a five-storey brick warehouse in tne heart of Xew Haven's wholesale ois- tries Saturcay night, destroying France's two-pase newspapers wnl j Quantities of scarce electrical equip- j be expanded to four pages witn mellt; ana carload lots o. sugar.; corresDonamg increase from two to and other groceries.. Dam- four francs in price, beginning June age was estimated at SlaO.OOO. British troops have been with- drawing from the Lebanon accord- in" to plan dunn? the last tnree months. British headquarters an- _ JT 1 -fcTlfl troops nounced, adding only remain. Soviet authorities in Vienna have banned until further notice cialist newsoaper for "s.ancer the Red army. Prof C- F- Tucker Brooke of Yale. 63. an internationally known Shakespearean scnolar, died in. New i Haven, Conn. Galo Plaza. Ecuadroean ambas- sador to the United States, resism- ed, blaming the political situation in. his country. Lethbridge's Big Vic- tory Rally and Rodeo will be held July 4th, 5th and 6ih. Plan now to attend this wel- 1 come home party for the i returned veterans of South Alberta! STOKE HOURS: U 5i3t Saturdar, U pja. Wednexlay. ajn. to Phone A. total of 33 week-end fatalities lc -...._-. were recorded by The Canadian j Press in mishaps eastern Each United States occupation iiotorcar and highway mis- I in Germany was urgec by hap5 accounted for seven deaths; i iho army to arm himself with the fou_ drowned and two were i facts on America's efforts to feed shot- I German- and the world, so that ne j will not be obliged to "swahow ba- XIr jfc-s. Lester Beacll, in lonev fed him by complaimnc Ger- jajrjj.tr t'reir lives by turning mans, but be able to answer back. OI, the gas in the kitchen of their Brooklyn apartment, took e.aoor- Rice production in Burma and ate precautions to spare the life of Jay? pfobablv wii! be more than one-vear-old son, police SOO 000 tons short of internal retas _ this -vear. I Josenh Ducharme. 81-year-olq "viiiage smithv." who has opera'ea You'll Be Wearing a Striking New SLACK SUIT From Eaton's! Here's a thrilling- collection of truly distinctive slack suits for your vaca- tion-time wardrobe Suavely tail- ored models including suits by Mar- jorie Montgomery of California de- signed exclusively for Eaton's. Handsome rayon and woollen ma- terials in "paint box" and short-sleeved jackets, some with matching skirjs......Sizes 12 to 20 collectively. Women's EATON'S, 2nd Floor. Lightweight Cool Straws Tlie "New Yorker" straw hat smartly blocked in snap-brim style finished with wide ribbon and perforated leather sweat- band. Sand shade with contrasting ribbons. Sizes to Girls' Cotton Shirts Cool, practical shirts for young girls' summer wear. Tailored from smooth cotton in short-sleeved but- ton-front style with one pocket and turn-back collar. White, red, yellow, pink and blue Sizes 8 to 14 years. Juvenile Wear EATON'S, 2nd Floor Men's Whits PANTS Your summer trimly tailored from sturdy white cotton duck with high bell loops, regular pockets. Sizes 34 to 44. Boys' Dress Pants, Tailored in regular style frora tweeds in striped and her- ringbone patterns. Cotton pocketing. Green, blue, sand and 11 to A 18 years. Pair..... Men's ana Boys' EATON'S, Main Floor. EATON'S "CANTERBUR Y" OXFORDS FOR In Dressy "Banker" Last A new shipment of these popular dress shoes for discriminating men. Black kid leather pers in "banker" last with neat toecaps, welted leather soles and rubber heels. Combination fit- _ __ tings. Sizes to Cf% f 10. C and E width MEN Pair Children's 1 Strap Sandals f Here's a spun from ribbons and ribbons _- ----fj whole ti-heat... delicately shredded and toasted to an appetizing golden brown rich and crunchy. Nourishing whole grain Mufiets con- tain wheat's body-building, energy-giving pro- teins, minerals and carbohydrates. Thrifty, too servings cost less than a cent apiece. Get a package today! a corner blacksmith shop m Drya- dale Crst, for the past 62 3 ears, put on his apron ar.c took a swing at his ar.vjl as he celebrated his 50th anniversary. j Danish visitors to Sueccn. -or- bidden to take currency out of Den- mark, are selling their b'.ooa to Swedish for to buy agarets and other articles unob- tainable in Denmark. _ Two-year-old Ruth Blatter? United Kingdom Dom-r.isr, Wool drowned ir. the Marsh creek at kio... announced in Lor.- s-jjnt John. NJ3. Saturday appar- entiv after becoming caught in soft don that the sale cf-wool Comfortable summer sandals ma.ce uith soft brown leather uppers, perforated for coolness. T-strap style with buckle fastening and composition soles. "HOMESPUN" MESH TABLECLOTHS Attractive table cloths for summer use at home or resort cottage. Natural-color cotton ar.d rayon, in three sisgs: A boat 36x36 inches Each About 54x54 inches. Each About 72x30 inches. Each Chenille-Type BEDSPREADS ABOUT 80x100 INCHES A choice or attractive patterns in shades of blue, mauve, j el- low, white, peach and beige available here. Patterned in chemile-iype tufting on cot- ton size. REVERSIBLE BED THROWS wiJtS ha, New Zealand and South Africa. A nde in a toy proved fatal Ciairc Jciom, ased tliree. By the makers of QUAKER OATS Montreal. Wr.ile a church memorial service was in progress for his son killed in actsor. with the Canadian army i puileci by a joung companion, wa.-, struck by an automobile. LAC. Max William Katar.ko. 21. of Loyalist, Alta was drowned near aVear ago. Alvin C. Ford. 48, was 'drowned r.ear Charlottetown in the Hi'lsboro nvcr. j Philip Wills broke his own British height record by reaching Ottatva when he attempted to swim, fret m a flight from Lor.g- a 300-foot lake but became pamckj.' nnnd. Shropshirr. to Newport, Mon- j mbuthshire, covering a 11 In London, Ont., ine labor coun- 77 niiies. A Pair Sizes 8 to 2, Fair 2nd Floor. Eaton's For Magazines Youl! enjoy reading during summer leisure time! Choose yonr favorite maga- zines and pocket editions at the Stationery Counter, Main Floor. Lovely all-wool throws in rose ana gold, blue and rose, rose and wine, rose and satin-bound ends. About 60x80 ins. Each Aboat T2xM inches. Each 2nd Floor 2nd Floor EATON W LIMITED BRANCH STORE JEWS PA PER I JEWS PA PER I ;