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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE. 25. 1946 TOMORROWS CHILD" Pokes Fun at British Regimentation SHORTY WANTS TO BUY JEEP LCCISA. Ky., June Delbert iShorty) Sprouse. io. lias ins heart set on a ieea and hopes :o prevail on his 79-year-cld wife to make addi- tional public acDearaixces. such as the one in Huntingtcn, W.Vau. Sunoav. w-iere an estimated 12.000 persons looked the couple over. t allowed to live in privacy since- the Duke and Duchess of heaith card, travel permit a In The News iug, "We'll get that when we want it." and had dnvea away in the car. Prime Minister Attlee is stand- ing fast agaiust opposition propos- Dr Mariano Ospina Peres, presi- I James Corauzzl 22. -a as killed als that a commission of inquiry be of the Republic of Co- and Rita iiuioleiti. 23. was serious- appointed to study operations of tfee lombia ac-ooipaniec by his wife.! ly injured a ben the car in which British Broadcasting Corporation SeJiora Bena De Ospink, and fhe i they were ncing collided with an, before the BBC charter ss reaea-ed members of their staff, arrived in I ambulance in Port Arthur. Both by parliament. I of Port Arthur. __ Ottawa Monday. tare residents of Port Arthur, war "versus, rose overall total of S3S.799.701 with a new aionthlv record of in May. as kiilefi and seriously In- Long-term, government planning for production of lead and tin. HOB short supply and UKely to be- Tfce eighth triennial convention A banquet ta Montreal following or the Western Canada Association' of the Deal will be held in Van- couver July 2 to July 6. More than 300 delegates from Canada and the United States are expected to at- tend. Herbert Hoover, former United States president who has been sur- vevicg the world food situation, for which shey come eveti more difficult to' obtain, ".....Tvas urged before the Royal Society's Empire scientific conference in Lon- riding colhded tmb. a city am- _ a rex; provincial election. Fresicens Truman, has accepted an invitatioo Iroin Prime Minister Mackenzie King to fly to Ottawa for a radio address there June 28 on the food crisis. President Truman notified coa- an roessor tSS First PHot to Fly Atlantic Flies Back In 53-Passenger Airliner pcpular tea: promoters KuctiKgtcn amusement park rd plans for single after- noon appearance io four after- noon shows and several at night. Deibert strummed a bull Mrs. Sprouse uttered a "Keiio. people" into a micro- phone, anc that was the extenc of the show. ,1 hadn't any worries. (Cana'disn" Press Staff i -with that, t, attempt OFFER TO INDIANS both Darling. Alts. fishing trip to Smoky lake, sbout: cj; 60 miles northeast of Edmonton, oj Sunday. a- 3 association. Robert Miller, nsr was J couver. lost in iEg coniention from Van- j travellers' as? SPSS: a day of pageantry SIM! brought to a close Moaday night two days of celebration of the Feast of St." John the Baptist, patron saint of French Canada. Disputes regarding the interna- tional water boundary between the United States antl Canada along the Okanagac river and Osoyoos lake have been settled Hon. J. E. rault, Montreal, said in Calgary. Water is slowly receedin? from the lowlands of Kent county, On- tario, flooded a week ago by tor- rential rains, and Professor J. the said cent im- cheques Saturday evening when someone entered his room at a Cal- gary hotel while he was sleeping, Ednionton's gross revenue I A French prisoner of war. Francis i sijj" his pants pocket wish a sharp from Arnbriere. was awarded the Pns t instrument and tries except Russia. been noted. the same pence last year, an in- camps entitled "TJje Long Vaca- nf S90.000. I crease of more than reco v si- Prosecutions in 11 Canadian cities i f __ rt Hungarian partridge ar_d prairie J 3 ---------------------remoicd the cheques Frances highest ialMj jys registration card. Detec-j 1940 tjves tjjat six of the seven! life in prirvoa 550 cheques had been cashed by a man using Miller's registration card. Tfcey arrested Lawrence Wiebe of Calgary and charged him with theft. Two men awoke ilr. and Mrs. Brooks Dafoe of Port Arthur, what, the Dafoes took to be revolv- ers and said: "We were overseas for five years and can't set joijs so Game conservation officials warn- Game League convention. ed tourists reiurning from nortnern taken this way to get money." Ontario to investigate any parcels viere given S24, en- woods resicents ma asi backwoods resicents may asi Authority has been received :rO Ottawa for the fmanei version of 135 suites a States armv air case thousands of dollars m the biac sum o: towards the purcnase i i-rnces weekly in each direction the house by removing: a Viscount presented j national a Mont-! ley included Ian i C-. junior' on -Why Important to mace half the time, and recommencing i men pulled _ that the carriers establish a joint ordered him out of the car. Await i5-hour 57-nur_ute non-s.op xpwfouncland to Sire. Seek Permission To Sue Southam Jane International Typographical Union (AJi.) Monday filed application Trifl. the Ontario labor Relations Board for leave to nrosecute _the Southam Company Ignited ana H. S Southam. oubiisher of me Ot- tawa union applica- tion charged unfair iaoor pracace -srariime labor regulations. Monday's to the Labor Soard took objection-to an adver- tisement -which appeared in the Ot- ta-K-a, CiGzea 'June 15 and stated that the ne-wspaper had "deurutely broSen -with, the labor raions witn headquarters ia the United States." The advertisement added it could Still hire many of its former em- ployers, vith the provision that "these men tear up their present cards and leave the union Pipe Foundry To Start In Calgary CAJuGAKvTjune v? though there are no developments in the strike of 230 Calgary men at three iron and sreei plants took; June) :ec the back or in hospitals." The exiles said Bolivian -jails were bursting with political prisoners." ALL ACCOITXTED FOR PORT ARTHUR, June Big Squeak and Little Squeak With strangers always br reserved. Tour confidence not yes deserved. Mother Nature. Mill and Smelter -vTorkers nortawesreiTi Ontario, all have i; had signed a been accounted for, forstry offi- j contract -R-ith Dominion Pipe and j ciais reported Mpnqay. Two of me j 2sr.-s-ss.-js pipe foundry in Caigary. Ixjngricge, business agent for the union said Tvages at _ the and dab reported Monday. Two of the shortly 'open a men were injured slightly ara some equipmecE was lost. TRAIL PLANT DESCRIBED TORONTO. June T. asked at was stai June SJ) agreement has brought the present ois- J setungr jortb. terms for settlement, aster upon them." of Poland's oebt to Britain The petition said the Ottawa ad- vss eighed ifoncay. The_ occasion irrae on "fTIptrsl risms! 1 mKrrpH of a POliSH OSfor moulers. and Smelting Company of Canada Trail. B.C.. Monday addressed the chemical engineering technical section of the Chemical Institute of Canada on the use of an oxygen- steam, producer blast. The paper described the Trail gas-making plant ia detail. CONTINUE DISCUSSIONS _ ------_-- mschiiusts and 84 cents laborers. This is a straight 25 ceat increase above what was being paio bv the other Calgary plants when the strike started. ANGLO-POLISH AGREEMENT LONDON. OTTAWA. June olv to questions asked in the com- mons fay Stanley Knowles Winnipes North Centre) said today the international Typographical Union (A-FJ1-.) had agreed to make certain union by-lavrs subject to arbitration. Mr. questions concerned the dfsauie between the union and the Winnipeg Tribune and the Winnipeg Jree Press. He asked whether the union had offered: to amend its by-laws to make them in some instances subject to arbi- tration. Mr. Mitchell said the. amendment was "accepted rather lord Inverchapel. British am- bassador to the United States, said in an interview at Chicago Satur- day he savr no reason "if we prac- tice patience, wisdom and good sense wav we can't arrive at a complete understanding with Rus- sia." He declared a -'great deal of loose talk" teas going on -in Am- erica and Great Britain about Rus- "Walter Nash, deputy prime minis- ter of New Zealand, said in a BBC London broadcast that the threat of aggression in the Pacific had been removed for half a century and. it was hooed, forever, because of the defeat of Japan and the 'enormous" naval of the] Tnited States. than offered" at a meeting "I guess squeaky voices run in labor department officials. the family. I never yet have heard a. Mouse speak that he didn'; itn and Canadian wheat experts, now; coats." said Mrs. Quack, ia their second week of squeak, and every oae around the Smiling pool knows the squeaky voice of Jerry Muskrat. Those are good names for Squeak and Little Squeak- They do look something alike, don't re- Dlied Teeter. "Why shouldn't; they? They are closely related I am told. Both are chunky, wita short necks. If Big Squeak were no larger than Little Squeak thev would look very iaucri alike but for the colors of their WARM IN LONDON, JEEPS FOR SALE BENECIA, Calif, June hundred weary veterans with, sleeping bags, blankets and overcoats formed an eight-block line before Benecla arsenal Monday to buy jeeps going: on sale in the morning. The War Assets Ad- ministration advertised the jeeps for sale at prices ranging from S95 to S700. Tertisem-nt -was an "illegal denial Krai marked bv issuance of a Polish are continuing stuay ol trie details of the fundamental risht of em- official's statement oenyir-g that' 01 a proposea long-term wneat con- fo join trade unions of their j Poland was completely under Hus- tract .oetween sian domination. Umtea Smgaom. Canada and the choice." 'And their tails. Boa's forget their tails." added Teeter. 'And their tails." agreed Sirs. Quack. "little Squeak's tail doesn't SOUTH COAST FLOODED June Cable) London enjoyed warm, sunny weather, Dover and several count for much, but his big cousin's j other towns in southeast England does. I don't knew of anv other tail j suffered floods caused by heavy like it, fiat-sided. He uses it when thundershowers. At Dover in Kent, swimming.' "But not broke in Teet- er. "I've seen him swiin with it held up out of water. It looks funny then. But when he swims under water his tail helps. I guess." "Do you know that Jerry Musk- rat has a cousin with a round Mrs. Quack asked. "I've never seen replied Teeter. "I said Mrs. Quack. "I've railroads and houses were flooded bv a torrential rain. Traffic had to be diverted from main streets and firemen were summoned to heip pump out flooded basements. Jerry es- Mr. Sun do it for plained. "Mr, squeaked the little Mouse wonderingly. "That's saia Jerry. "Clams seen him war down in the Sunny! can't live long out of water, you South. He is" about half as big as Little Squeak didn't know, Jerrv there, perhaps not that. He looks like a half-grown Musk- rat with a round 'tail, or an over- grown Meadow Mouse with a brown coat. I guefs he is a real in-between cousin. He isn't as fond of the water as Jerrv Muskrat, and he isn't as fond of "the dry land as Danny Mea- dow Squeak seem i ed over there." Light, luscious hot you bake with Flcischmann's. Fleischmann's active Fresh Yeast gives you full value, because it's full-strength, fast-acting. Bakes better bread, tastier buns. IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, order Fleischmann's Fresh Yeast from your grocer today. This dependable yeast with the familiar yellow label has been Canada's favorite for over 70 years. Always fresh, at your grocers Half-Day Wednesday at STORE HOURS: 9.30 a.m. to p.m. Saturday 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday 9-30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Information Phone 3727 IN WHITE WITH BROWN TRIM 4. favorite for vacation comfort and smartness. Sporty oxfords with white leather uppers, brown "saddle" trim, plain wall toes, heavy leather soles and flat leather heels....... Blucaer 4 -to 8. but he didn't say so. "They just can't stand the warmth, of Mr. J Sun. So we put them where he will shine on them, and after a. while they "open. It saves us a lot of work and "It seems as if everybody "Digger than myself whom I hav.e met since Mouse. Big Squeak Little I started out in the Great "World ak seem to be getting acquaint- i is always hunting for little folks ,TOT- fhorp l5Vp me_ 'Vou'rp sure vou don't eat ventured latiie Squeak. replied his big "I like Clams. I like cousin, for amazing process transforms a pure and efficient oil into as perfect a lubricant as modern science and skill can refine. Designed to resist down under extreme heat Peerless Motor Oil gives longer life, extra protection and maximum service. It's the This peerless lubricant, combined tvith the extra service given by your friendly B-A dealer, en- Sure longer car life at lower cost. "Don't you catch and eat little asked Little Squeak tim- idly. He was ready to run at the least move on Jerry's part- "Eat my I riiould say not! The' idea! I'm not a meat eaier. replied Jerry. "What was that thing you brought up out of the water and pulled apart and ate some Little Squeak asked. "Oh that! That was a clam. Clams are very good eating. The trick is to open them. We Musk- rats know the trick and we have It was so. Jerry Muskrat and his small cousin were getting acquaint- de. "Don't be afraid of me. I won't, _ ___ _ hurt you." squeaked Jerry, trying change. But mostly I eat plants and to make his vosce sound pleasant, j and roots. 1 am pretty much a vege- tarian just as you are." "What is squeaked the little Mouse. "One who lives on things that j grow in and out of the ground, or parts of such explained j Jerry. i "Like clover and tender young, cried Little Squeak brightly. "Just "replied Jerry. "You needn't be afraid of a vegetarian. You needn't fear me." "I don't any declared Lit- tle Squeak.- (Copvright, 1946, by T. W. Burgess) 2nd Floor. Kiddies'Sport Coats Sizes 6 to 10 Tears Jaunty little sport coats for junior smartly cut jike older brother's! Wool tweeds in checks, stripes and herringbones thrse- buuon style with full cotto-i or rayon lin- ings. Grey, blue and brown. Sizes 6 to 10 years. Boys' EATON'S Main Floor "CREPE MIST' BOUCLE RAYOX KNITTING TARN Suitable for at- tractive knitted or cro- cheted garments and ac- cessories. All-rayon boucle in dark rose, pow- der blue, spun gold, white, bandera red. lapis blue and light pink. Approxi- mately 1-ounce 29c Fancy EATON'S, Main .Floor. rats snow LJJC irius. auu we the teeth to do it. Still it is a lot of work. If there is- no one around The nest story: "Little Squeaks to steal them we sometimes let Discovery." "Thanks to you, Grandpa Kruschen My Rheumatic Pains Have Practically Left Me" SINK STRAINERS Dandy strainers trian- gular shape to fit into the comer ot your sink. Made from durable red plas- tic material which stands heat. Each BOWL COVERS HALF TRICE Clearing these useful bowl cover sets mace from plastic coated material that's re- sistant to moisture. Splendid for covering left- overs in the icebox. To fit 4, 5, b and 7-inch bowls. Half Price, set of 4 EATON'S, Basement About 36-inch BLUE COTTON For Sturdy Playtoga Here's a sturdy type of cot- ton material thrifty mothers will find suitable for children's holiday suits, shorts or overalls in particular. Copen blue in a linene-Iike weave. 2nd Floor. GET READY For The Big VICTORY RALLY AND RODEO July 4th, 5th and 6th Let's make it a real wel- come to SOUTHERN ALBERTA VETERANS! THE BRITISH AMERICAN OIL COMPANY LIMITED- Here is a saline treatment for the how hopefully Mrs. H. H. started on j relief of rheumatic pains, which hdped' the second. So follow her example if j this Liverpool woman so much, that i rheumatic pains are bothering you. she wrote this letter of Start taking the Kruschen saline treat- j "For years I have suftered from! meat at once and continue until you J rheumatic pains. My general health give it a fair chance to helo >ou. Uke was gradually failing too. when I was Mrs. II. H. you should soon feel im- given the try Kruschen Salts. I j provement. because Kruschen is a corn- got a small bottle and after taking it bination of several mineral salts which for about a week, the pain, which had aid the organs of elimination and in often kept me awake at night, grad- j this way leads toward improvement in ualiy subsided. I am on j health and case from rheumatic pains. my second health has im-i Thousands have been benefited by proved and the rheumatic pain is neg- j taking Kruschen. Give it a trial in H. ,your own case. After obtaining relief from the tirst Kruschen is 25c. and 75c, at all drug bottle cf Kruschen. you can imagine i stores. For Modern Windows... VENETIAN BLINDS Available Through EATON'S in Wood or Metal Now you can order wood or metal Venetian blinds to suit your requirements...... Or if you pre- fer, vou can'select ready-made hardwood shades in standard sizes from our stock. Consult EATON'S Drapery Department regarding modern blinds for vour home! Third Floor. EATON BRANCH STORE JEWS PA PER I rWSPAPER! ;