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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 194ft See Merit ID Both 1LS., Soviet Plans Would Help Keep Alaska Road Open Says Flaherty Highlights In The News For klcjsiEg a police oSicer in Activities ol a Chinese guemKa tlie face, Jaaes C. 27-; band wbicii rescued Allied troops __ fvear-ola veteran. -The was Sued S25 a: NEW YOKiC, June peoples of the States and j ciuded tae docto. United Xat'ons. atomic conferees Texas are prepared to nay a. part i stitches rccuired :o close the -x-cunsi McNeil, parliamentary uncer-secre- lef5 the veto issue deadlocked be- j of the cos of maintaining the j caused by the Sick. fo- ioreigu affairs. I f Ottawa in future James J. Flaher: _ "the. opposite views of the 1 a smosii- ja'jan and fined and costs or an additional 14 months, on 15 charges laid under Prices Board celling r Alaska highway so that the great j northern road system could be fully A sector c: headed for an amicable stare on T a plan aimed at ultimate world control and development of at-omic preside: energy. Chamber o; voanuerce packing the last members of the day in an interview. a? xisore than TT.X. atcmie energy commissioa had Mr. Jlaherty he is anxious _ i 353 have so been polled yesterday fcr their to see a Canadian set j Henrr husband o' l fa- bee-Tissued faielkng views on separate control programs up co work jointly with, a. soorar.o Kitten Kagsiad. fcr transportation to Ontario. soU advanced by the United States anc j American estsohshed 'a ar> Os'o hos- more men are warned to help in Russia, all but those two great pou- tor -exploration" of the northwest. _Ha, pilmonarv tiie fields there. ;t was announced ers were agreed there were oread highway and aerial route. t caricer" Ke -a as under arres: I in Edmonton by officials cf the ex- measures of merit-in both plans. He added, however, itat the gov- I wiy- evonoaiic collabora- tension depansaeiu. provincial ee- Only Poland gave usqtialiiled en- eminent of the United States i EiOI1 "VMH GermariS during partmens of agriculture, dojsement to the Russian but 11 was generally agreed the two pasals .tnigh: be welded into a single strategic nregram to end the threr-t of atomic warfare. IVIth the members of the com- szissicn exsressins ootimism over the possibilities of mesMng the- prc- ocssls into one integrated prcgram. the commission i Minister Dr. Herbert V. Evatt of Australia, set up an working eomnutteg to begin at once the task of irving to draft as plan. j The committee represents all the 12 members on the ccmmissifn in- i it. Therefore the logical air rou'e to the Dries; is bv of the western Rocky Mountain States, Edmonton. Anchorage, Alaska, and the Aleutian chain." Social Service Tax In Budget Possible Sistricj Attorney Carl B. Shel- he Cana- Jey in Hamsburg. Pa., filed murder dlan representatives to the inter-. charges against 14-j ear-old John labor conference :n Seat- Allen HoweUs. who he said admit- titr told police that -he- hotel suite i ted the attempted rape and strang- the Canadian delegation had I illation of three-year-old Margery been robbed ot a "550 i Ann Vaughn. Hearing iras delajed a Canadian S10 bih and a Mexican while psychiatrists studied the Sve-peso note. i youth's mental status. Lmnbe- "or TS2 A Bucharest broadcast said a. ter- east of the Rockv mountains total- j roris: organization in Romania had t in Aril been cjscoverec recetly wmch led issue" en a resolution prepared by a committee composed of Dr. Svatt, Britain's Sir Alexander Cadogan ard Pc.'ish delegate Oscar Lange. Ease Regulations In U.S. Army corooration and excess pro- fits" taxes, steamship One WST he could give relief in income taxes that would help all income tax payers would be to in- board feet in April. been cjscoverec rece v.-ith board j planneo to oppose the Soviet Union m the even: of war oefsveen the British-American powers and Kus- sia- W.R.ReeL-, Of ario deputy nun- The j of agriculture anc. acting relief. Canadians Canada ano sug- WASHINGTON. Jur-e War Secretarr Patterson Tuesdav ordered men ges toamea leave pay uke oScers. thai much these raid meat coupons up to June The present exemption is for single person. Walter Dakewich, 26- year-old resident of Darling. Aha., was recovered in Long lake. Oper- i ations are continuing in an effort to recover the body of Cam Stall. Sale of life insurance in Canada ac the end of April was So per cent J above that sold" in the ccrfesoond- barmurder HOK Noveber n military txxscs. in overseas occu- are25. and oa ceremonial Villeneuve, archbishop Mr. Patterso" also announced he has ordered stricken from regulations an order tha; "officers are required to wear distinctive rms, to live apan from their in samson and to confine their social contacts to other Whales Killed By Sunday 'Quake AL3ERXI. B.C.. June 27. iorrunp in -s-hales -sras today off Cape Bsale on the isrest coasc of Vancouver Island, an Efterrasth of Sunday's, earthquake. Five dead whales seen off the Cape, apparently Jailed by the by die fishermen sec out Wednesday to them to port. It -will as a 500- mile tow to Hose Harbor on the sast coast of the Queen Charlotte Islands, the nearest point as which can be sold Make cool, such a tax at four or five per ceai ma-v be imposed and will apply to all "salaries" above and to a TflfiTi-rmTn of !z is explained thar this pro- Dosal is carried out ana ir is known the cabinet; has given is a great deal of consideration, everv uerson a salary of S3.000 or more will pay the sasie, between and S60 and those under that amount comparaavely less. Surprise Won Sidi Barrani tion of Msgr. ilarcui lAjeunesse. Armed men. raided a diamond polishing factory near Tel Aviv, iield up the manager as pistol point, snd escaped with, diamonds and cash worth several thousand pounds sterling. A resolution commending the Ca- nadian Broadcasting Corooratipa acd actins on the peg. Pulvia Suvich. former Italian am- bassador to the Cnited States who of discus-1 sentenced to 24 years" im- passed bv delegates at- j prisonmen; in ilarch. 1945, for his __ annual convention of j service as Mussolini's under-secre- Vaniioba Federation of Agri- j tary for foreign affairs, has been and Co-operaaon at "Winni- pardonea by Alcide de Gasperi, premier and acting head of the Italian reaublic. A total of S33S.I42 in re-establish- aen; creciJs have been drawn by rdteshwiflitf Afl fee tJelidcos, ihirjf-quenchir.g refreshment of reel soda foun- icm drinks, ma da in year own Hie smart summer freotmode possible with Canada Dry Sparkling Wafer j the world's best dub soda! Yes, thanks to Canada Dry's "Pin Point your home- made drinks vnll stay lively right down to the Tost sip sparkling fruit-cdes wish fresh fruit, coders wish soft drink extracis, party punches, oH mace easily, quickly, m your own home Ask your dealer for a free copy of Canada Dry's bright recipe folder, pecked with ideas for home- made sparkling treats! CANADA DRY SW-S5 WATER X.OXDON, 27. Secrecy so closely observed cha- an enure pian K i tea to Tssmory oy a nanciui of com- men; __ 1.763 northern Alberta veterans during the month, of June- There are registered un- emploved in the prairie pro- vinces" with 17.000 TPniMea. jobs ac anc. snortage Suggestion ihas Dominion July 1 be called national day" made in the senate by Hon. K Anthanase David L as he supported the Canada Day bilL A board of 13 physicians is said in the ot; to have prepared a report; suggest- ing jhaj King Ananda ilahidol of Siam was the victim of an assassin. paper. the Trsy to i battle of Sci isarrani ed Mussolini's dream of a African empire, the TTST o closed. Tvro iconths of planni into the attach I came at Dec. 9. 1940, cleared the Italians out of Seyps in one Session" cf morchine. Agnes in an unbroken 500-mile ad- vance captured Tobruk, destroyed an entire Italian army of four corps and filled the "cages" ISOlOOO prisoners. "Sfiecfc of surprise" is how Gea. Sir Archibald their com- mander-ni-chief in the Middle Zast Georees Monier, 36, of Quebec City, one of four msn arrested by R.CJVLP. following seizure of a. ling American niggled into Canada. 100. He also lost i who the same charge t -vehicle and cigarettes in it ret sfk months in. lai' and i to meet ccsts of his court case. Eiven sis months .._ fined 5300 and costs or an addi- tional three months. "Hrzel Evelyn Kstherine Stanton, advertised herself in "Cunid's Column" as in love with "Fantasy and vras in- dicted by a federal grand jury in _____________________________Detroit; on a six-count charge of fnour Keld Marshal Viscount iising the mails to defraud the men veil, viceroy of India) laconically i who wooed her, summarized the reasons for the sue- j i cess of the operation in a dispatch I to the secretary submitted five years ago and now mace public. IMANY PENGO BANK NOTE For the first time in the history BT7DAFEST, June 27. pengo bank note Wednesday went into cir- culation in this inflation- ritiden _ country. The note, would have had a pre- war exchange value of GOO.000.000 now 15 worth 20 cents price of a cup of coffee and a small piece of cake in a Budapest cafe. XOT AGENDA of the criminal investigation branch of the Ontario provincial police, five inspectors are working simul- taneously on murder cases, in addi- tion three other rcajor cases under probe hare been laid aside because of the pressure of extra cases in which inspectors are required, King Leopold III of Belgium ac- cepted a proposition to submit his war activities to a non-parliament- Earl Browder, former head of the Communist party in the United _ States, arrived in New York by i plane and was booed by some per- sons which gathered as he was. leaving La Guardia Held. j Britain's divorce system soon will I be investigated by a government j Foreign Minister Molotov de- dined to accept a British suggestion r'nH be opened for air j services on a reciprocal basis be- j fsreen London and Moscow. Imperial press conference dele- gates returned to London after a i 10-day tour of England and Scot- land in a special train. The Manitoba Federation of Agri- ary inquiry commission." It was not I culture and Co-operation went on specified whether the eventual j record as expressing -support of results of the inquiry would be sub- j organized labor in its struggle for j mitted to parliament or directly to 1 adequate wage levels and decent j the Belgian people. A witness in the war crimes trial of 23 fallen Japanese leaders in Tokyo testified that militarists in 1931 plotted to bomb the Diet "parliament) and seize power, but cross-examination the _ -aon e bombs actually were "firecrackers-' George C. Atcheson told j Allied council for Jauan in effect i that Jtassia was violating the Pots- i dam surrender terms bv failing to j repatriate Japanese captured in j Manchuria. The Russian member designed only to scare the makers. law- The Athens residence of Maj- Gen. Leo Richer LaFIeche, Canadian ambassador to Greece was broken the counci wasn't supposed into and fourteen cases of r to talk about 'the agenda. ona MEt: it wasn't on j effects and five barrels of glassware taken. DIIUXIOMNEI PiKDE living standards." The French constituent as- sembly voted approval of Presi- dent Bidanlfs new coalition government, 517 to 4. Banff has been chosen as the next meeting place of the Chemical Institute cf Canada which closed its first annual conference at To- 1 ronto. The conference at Banff' will be held next June 8 to 11. A diplomat informant at Teheran said dissatisfied Communist ex- tremists last week made an attempt' on the life of Jafar Pishevari. Azer- baijan chieftain, fay poisoning. The i Eritish consul general at Tabriz was fired on last Sunday Communist i extremists attempting to free from i jail the 30 who were arrested. j Dr. Ediih parlia- j jnentary under-secretary to the food ministry, told the British house cf commons that the United Kingdom, i has a mission in Denmark seeking j increased food supplies. Six persons died from sunstroke and 12 hacknev carriage horses, collapsed and died in the streets of Lahore, Punjab. India, as the tern- pcrature rose to 114 degrees. CONSTIPATED Bilious? TAKE BEECHAM'S VEGETABLE LAXATIVE PILLS FOR QUICK Relief Beechams LAXATIVE PI FRIDAY SHOPPING NEWS STORE HOURS: ajn. to p-m. Saturday, a.m. to pjn. Wedncsdx.r, ajru to pjm, Infocroition Phone 3727. Only One More Week Until the Big VICTORY RALLY AND RODEO Plan to Attend the Big "Welcome Home0 for Southern Alberta Veterans. KIDDIES' SKIRTS SIZES 7 TO 14 TEAKS A choice of red, blue, wine, navy, rose, green, gold and tan in this group of smart skirts for little girls. Popular jumper styles in plain wool flannel as well as pleated styles in wool herringbone weaves. to Juvenile EATOVS, Second Floor Women's Rayon and Wool ALPINE SLACKS Pastels and Darker Tones, Slimly Tailored No summer wardrobe is complete without a smooth-fitting pair of slacks for outdoor freedom! Select yours from this modestly-priced group in ray- on and Avool Alpine cloth a few rayon "shark- too. Zippered and buttoned side plackets, some with belt loops and self or leatherette belts. Sizes 12 to 20. to Women's Play Suits In Gay Prints and Seersuckers Bright, youthful and cool are these abbreviated little play suits for fun in the sun! There are two and three-piece with shorts, skirts and "bra" tops; others with all-in-one shorts and shirt- waists with tie-on skirts. Printed and plain cottons and seersuckers in vivid colorings! Sizes 12 to 20. to Spun Rayon Head Squares Plain shades of light blue, light rose, sand and white in these attractive spun rayon "ker- chiefs to wear 'round your curls or neckline. About 26 inches square, fringed. Each 15 EATON'S. Main Floor SOUVENIR NOVELTIES Hand-Made by Habitants of Quebec An interesting collection of attractive souvenirs expressing the rugge-i spirit of Canada. Hand-rcade from wood, leather and birch bark and including; Indian Dolls, flft each Wall Plaques, 50cto Carved Figures, -I n f each Bottle Caps, each................ Embroidered Cocktail Mats, each........... Straw CocktaU Mats, each. Paper Knives o n _ each Bock Marks, each Main 30c 75c 20c 65c 85c 50c Floor BOYS' "BUSH" JACKETS GREEN, MAROON OR BROWN CORDUROY A for your young son's vacation -wardrobe Hip-length jackets in sturdy cotton cordurov button-front style with four buttoned all- round belt and notch collar. Un- lined. Sizes 10 to 18 years. Each Boys' Cotton Whipcord Pants Women's Second Floor GREY AND BLUE-GREY, SIZES 12 TO 18 YEARS Comfort and service in these dandy trousers for everyday summer wear. Neatly tailored from cool, light-weight cotton whipcord ma- terial in regular style with high belt loops and cuffed bottoms. Pair Boys' Main Floor KIDDIES' OXFORDS BROWN OR BLACK Sturdy little oxfords for holi- day time. Biucher-cut lea- ther uppers, composition rub- ber or feather soles and flat heels. Sizes 8 to 10. WOMEN'S OXFORDS BLACK OR BROWN CALF Comfortable calf leather oxfords with per- forated moccasin vamps, welted leather soles and military heels. Medium widths in sizes 4 to 9. CHILDREN'S BOOTS Keat-fitting boots for small- er youngsters. Soft brown leather Blucher cut uppers, leather soles and rubber heel lifts. Sizes 5 to 7'-. MEN'S OXFORDS TAX CALF Smart fcr dress or business wear. Tan calf leather up- pers in Balmoral last with minded toe caps, welted lea- thar soles and leather heels. Sizes 6 to 11, B and D widths. EATON'S. Second Floor 39c Colorful cotton caps in peafc baseball or softball players! Red ar.d blue, red and light blue, red ana green or red and brown. Sizes 7 to o Each ..........................OUC Baseball Sweaters REGULAR SIL35 Comfortable sweatshirts knit from cot- ton in long-sleeved pullover style. RedVith blue or blue with gold. Large size. Each. Official Soft Balls Sporting- EATON'S, Basement REGULAR SI.90 A saving on regulation style soft balls In real leather coverings. 12-inch size, insewn searos. Each Modernize your iloors the "Kentile -way" Here are some of the noteworthy features of these smooth, colorful tiles: Extra resistant, moisture-proof, not, rot or oisintcgratc. Permanent right through to back. to maintain, and pre-Tvaxed at the factory. Plan to see our Kentile tamples and ask for an estimate! EATON'S, Third Floor ABOUT 19 INCHES WIDE Striped Rayon Taffeta At a Saving! REGULAR SI.00 YARD You'll find this attractive material very suitable for stylish blouses, trim- mings or accessories. A soft rayon taffeta showing interesting stripes in green, red, navy, green, coral, brown and white combinations. Yard woven 69o PLASTIC "WATASEAL" Regular Yard Another excellent Friday value for thrifty seamstresses. Water-resistant plastic "Wataseal" for rain capes, make-up capes, aprons, card table covers, garment pro- tectors or shower caps. Plain shades. Yard EATON C BRANCH STOR E O LIMITED S9c Dress Fabrics EATON'S, Second JEWS PA PER I ;