Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1946 Indians To Greet ___________ r Church Dignitarii said la Frrni growers in tne Frsser al- por Celebrations area jssuco an _____ ights In The News SSSSSS- she Otta'ws commons sssmen being olaced aboard lafce go through employment service offices peal to the prairies for fcelo is bar- j esusgthe Bntfch Coiumo-a s.Ti- -fee .lanes of cs_jircn He oe oy otner have prevented a Most cholera" m Jaaao. Aluec, Rev P. F o heacQuart'erj. said in Tokjo. _ in E-re Sv plare gjpes: o- cwery agu of a aZ-ca a_--v- of criers cases in was for Joe o rV mediate isols'ioa and rigid T No-cwes. an-ane. Thirteen ceaths aare oc- ce-ora.'ior wooers ho gotnered aas'Jt Tried to Destroy Race of Czechs XUESXBERCS" June prosecution introduced surprise documents before the international anli'ari tribunal Tuesday purport- ing to show that Baron Constantm Von Xetn-ath proposed a plan to ae- stroy ihe Czechoslovak race svitetnstic elimination of i's ecu- as ely or veterans groups. c-jrred. Sir Dai-si FJle. Briton prosecutor, confronted the former German foreign mirus'er ana reiehs lor ineicoranca sent to Hitler Aug: 3i. 194: bat gameu the admission tliat trie coct-tsents were gentnne. The defendant sh-ftec the re- spossiDiL-v to HtUe- and to own secretary of -or Czecne- slovaaJLS Karl Hermann Frans, who hanged in Prague last cionth. "Worried and somewhat, Pe- ered Jo--e3h yaKSESki appeared coar: on a charge o: ing June 2? -AI- roro-r me: of Oolate R-thers La rt'Nrr-e Tache sen: bi Bisnoo Pro-.encher He tmec 510. Said f-' Yasisinski to tne magistrate. "We wifes oirta- cay, jour t are ow to the-r erecit -svinrxilsorv savir-ZS plan which s revenue repartee in tne 100 -iesrs ago, to .nj-.a. diaa" in the area. Two Dead In Halifax Blast The stearsshia Srspire XTseHjid- jy.'nr raid i to ifefet 31. r cea reported in a return --bjeo.a vere arc fo-ir o-r- in a the copinon, m ,Aher s of grain. of a pro- Pari. Taescav. comntittee" to, nulling: 'r-o'-isancs shufflec! Deac are X noon-cay pa- ana Mercer ses Square Xew jurec ?re Har> 3. X.ckerson. frcc- tsirec pel'.is. Haro't Major cesree" burns lacerations. Clsr- oOut face Corkom, Police Search For Cattle Rustlers PSTEH3OROCGH. Ont. June 26 i Tuescai catroll'K: the lonely, IVartavr area 13 miles siortli of 1-ere for cat- tle rus'lers sasc to mid outlas5' tactics to channelling beef frorri tnis district into tne k 3 t v mcJiire into oncss :or along in the erciass ers anji for workers race Tuaes X V.lnters. 32, -AhJe it- As laiv otficers ircreasec their vigilance, it- v.as mace known that rustlers Suncav struck a few m-lcs froni the soot eigft la-, ui for the.n near a niakesn.fi corral corlianxng 36 head of carle s-3 snu carinr -ur race ras ov Asnculta'-e Jim- -jcke- agencv at; and 43rc j tstrec pel'.is. Haro't Major I. C. Saskatchewan. niket asencv at ar.c 43rd i cesree burns a-c lacerations. Clsr- i "heic tip five employees anc. t ecce. Buree. ourrj. aoOut fe -ace Ke escapee amis, anc, Lc'ar J Desire 4S-year-Oid loo'ec tre tate bachelor and farmhatiQ ot S'." SSOO o.' ni-ri3li; Eaoiiarct. Queoec. sentenced to crotrcs. two years in penitent-ary ana 20 j strcis: of tne lash plesdin; Canaca's e'ght per cent income gtnltv to charga> of oi-trage to ce- 35 no; too much trr-en >ou ton- certcv 02. six-to-rane-j ear-old siris ,acer the ber-efits of ssic I Josenn Wojtukifsntcz. came to Village, defence on Canaca i2 1930 Sally Rand Is Jailed After Act he Broad- slight burns. Winters peer.ti- co-a-n i th-ee-foot hatch opening -a her >T 5-RAXCISCO J-ane Hanc fanned her into ing- taken across saiali craft the niroor In N.Y. Blaze i me mm-; sho- and caugh; b.' States "7" cmr aviation. hunters anglers -as oannec. by _ ons adrnsc to Ue2iut the pronncial govemnient. Goiera- OI a Eravestoae const- o-.e'-corce or injured Tuesca-. men; officials saic taat -o supple- c.f m tn- nLe-aianr. S2.000000 blaze menr shors meat supslies. Unltea Xi-.en'Canacaar.- Srrten Islar.cs St. __ .._.. __ ;l-e bubolec into iail. Ac vj r.-te.a police ce-ail wmcr' sat .iirough ore of her fan and buoble uerfornsacces at r on of their- charged her yitn mdecert exposure, g'nng: an inceceit; perforrcance and exhibit- ins indecent tJictares Doomed rtr ai citv prison as Helen Seek, with hre stase name in arc. ner sse as 42 She was released on SSOO oail to apoear ta court late- X5TR" YORK. June 25- persocs b iimeci to ceatn SOT AGUNST EDJIONTOV George Jltcher, 37. iras eleccro- ctned. and Walter Deccar, 32. suSer- ed birrrts to tne haacs and frotn shock when a derrick on which mev were touched a high reti- g-nn power st The dlgrury of Judge ?erry Soarh Omaha police court sticaenly s. EWO- girL only a. oloase, scampered through trie courtroom. The runawaT had oeea with her mctcer ln tee family welfare offics across the from, the court. Sr Chsrles Consercaure Oman, 86, of former parha- ment; for Osford Universipy, became enyneap as a historian, Iceturs' .traveller aao. collector, died Sucaay at: Oxford. i si; electric train started the Ire Siad regrjlations for the hand-1 sajQ Assistant Dtstrrct. Attorney licz of fireworks in Brandon were Herman Metmessel J Jl- C ri. rrti-mi EDMONTON. June ages totalling S3 950 are claimed from the city of Edmonton in a statement of riai-n filed in suprame court here by counsel for Mrs i Louie Hull. Bdmonton widow, for, irjuries rece'rea when attempticg j to enter a trollej bus here Bee. 11 1045 It is alleeed in the statement' of ciaun that the city of Enmonton WPS negligent In permitting an ac- i of jce" and snow on urst step of the tioliey coach en- J trarce. Mrs. Eull slipped on this scow and suffered injuries. viousiv reporteq aeaes, wss alive A TTIBJS grave containms the a Stater: Island hosDitaL Fireman bodies o' about; 3 000 Poles Jailed Harold Clendening was tranced or bv the Germans in concentration! the tast-spreading flames wher" ne equips va. East Prussia. PR.S been! tried to rescue the women, found Jiear the village of Ometx in the llazur lake region of Moscow radio said. Hon. itacaulay, nresi- dent; of zne Ontario erosion of tne XEGOTIATIOXS EXDED GI Gripes May Now Be Allayed order- Canadian Rea Cross Society, an- of 31 pieaoea -guilty in Deaob to taking i Windsor area tomaco victims. -irfg ne June 25. The I "Klnmtjeg Srreet Railwayaien's Union of the One Big un_on in a. statement issuea here saia nego-, tiations oecueen itself and the Win- j nipeg aectnc Comnanr for a. new agreement had aeen enaed The statement aadea. however, thai its committee was hases of differences compan> and sell usso. auto- gmfony aoove ceiling prices. 3nt sn war corre- Gpondenrs m London were honored the King wisa tne award of OOcer or The Order of the Bmisn Empire. Koberi Ssnault-Pelterte, French expert, tola the Academy Scrsnces in Pans thas tne United States atomic oomo test; next month cept "chemes ana nears all cations, "aowevex, TV ere disapproved t0 "officers- and _ I men n hospital foi- I CKUISEK SENT TO TRIESTE AREA lowirig an illness of several months The commons Tuesday passed bill authorizing the Canadian Xa- aonal Radways to purchase for _ r S7.000 000 the Manitoba Railway. CRADLE TO LOXDOX June Caole1 __The nouse of 'ores gave its biess- ms to "cradle-to-grace" insurance Bntons by grantutg second without division to tne ____ir governments national in- surance bill. the 1D.COO- ton United States cruiser Fargo is en route to Trieste No reason was offered A showing of British naial strengtn 'n tne Adriatic off Tiesie was oolstered recently oy the ar- rival of two United States aestrov- ers Presutnaoly the addition 01 tr-s sj'a'-go underlines American deter- j miaation to maintain peace m that troubled area Skyway to roost of the greot national parks and vacation lands of the West, Western Air's routes lead to scores of famous fun-spots. Western provides ihe fast, economical way to get there... parks ore again offering thrilling tours. to LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA BEACHES New "oil-scenic" flight via Bryce, Cedar Breaks, Zion and Boulder Dam. to GREAT FALLS CHEYENNE DENVER Now cli-Douglas service Reservations: Q Q 71 Marquis Hotel Phone: UW I I "Sorry, Precious fcwf fust couldn't lei fnem have the delicious Grape-Nats LUESTERfl flIR LinES 1926 AMERICAS PIONEER AIRLINE "Woe is T j never get home to a tempting txrvlful of r-ut-swee; Post's Kuts Flakes'' "Forgive me. Dear' But I'd never be able to carry on mvseli, -tnthout Grape-Nuts Flakes' carbohydrates for energy; proteins Jor irusc'e. phos- phorus for teeth and bones, iron for tne blood and ether food I then, Hubert, and be sure to make the children sorna Grape-Nuts Flakes cookies _ See these handsome Hoffman woollens on display in our Fabric Section tomorrow and select a coat or suit length of unusual distmc-i tl0nl All wool about 56 inches wide CHECKS and STRIPES, yard PLAINS, yard WOMEN'S SWIM SUITS "A deligntful collection of up-to-the-nunute swim equal- Iv smart on the beach or an the water. Clever one ana rao- styles made from brocaded rayons, rayon snarrKiOEs ano bengalines in a not of summer A M Q C to A colors! Sizes 14 to 20 From Women's Summer Housecoats Cool, colorful, easy to pack. BnglK housecoats in printed cotton seersucker or srmn ed wrap-around styles with tailored collars and seb. aes. Sizes 14 to 20. From Women's Second Floor. s with tauorea coiiaii MEN'S SWIM TRUNKS Sleek-fitting- trunks by "Skmtite" Maae from cotton material with all-elastic waistband, support, cnaaee pocket. Plam colors of greerl blue and maroon. Small, me- dium aid large Each Floor. MEN'S "SCAMPERS Good-lookiiig brown leather sport oxforos with wall toes, comnosition soles and rubber heels. Blucher Sizes 6 to lOfe. Senior Girls' Oxfords Hignly favored for casual smartness' White and oxfords with stitcneo. moccasin vamps, composition soles and flat ruboer heels Sizes 4'- to 8, B and D wioths. Pair Senior Girls' Red "Loafers" Gav red leather "loafers" with plain toes., wide "instep nands, stout leather soles and flat leather heels. Sizes 5 to AO 8, C widtn. Pan- Second Floor. Men's Cool STRAWS THE "ARISTOCRAT" A cool head for summer! Light-weight straw nats in snap-brim, sole with leather sweatbands, wide or narrow ribbons m a variety of col- ors. Cream, 6% to i Men's _______EATON'S, Main Floor i DEATH-TO-MOTHS. rn Loose crystals 1 Ib .URAVTCK CHLOKOPH5TLI. Air fresnener. Bottle RUBBEK Sizes 6 to 9. Pair BOKVX, 1-lb bag STJPER-W INSECTICIDE, 5% DJDT. 4 ounces 89c 55c lOc 3 ounces Toiletries EVTOX'S, 3Iain Floor. A THide selection of attractrt in sturdy quality white enamclware with red trim, "B" QUALITY: DOUBLE BOILERS, about Imperial pint capacity- Each SAUCE PANS, about 3 and 4 Imperial pint capacities. Each 35c, 40c 60C PERCOLATORS, about 6-cup size. Each PUDDING PANS, about 3, 4 and 5 Imperial pint sizes. Each 30C, 35C, and 60C DISH PANS, about 11 Imperial quart size, 18-inch diamfter, Ea. 95C DIPPERS, about Imperial pint size. Each 39c WATER PAILS, handles, about Imperial capacity TEA KETTLES, about 2 Imperial quart capacity. Each WASH BASINS, about 3 Imperial quart size. Each 75c O WINDSOR POTS, about 6 and 10 Imperial pint Each 95c, CHAMBERS, two sizes. Each 50c and 75c H T. EATON C BRANCH STORE EATON'S, Bafmcnt. 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