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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIXTEEN THE SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1940 BROADCAST TO BE KEMEMBEREO Susdav o- this seeli 'Eras a dsj to be remembered in Deep Cove ana In Bnush Cohrrwia. for on. the aserrsiEg: o: tha" dsv the eartn trembled, snd -ae experienced js known as a se-sraic Ac lie race the a quarter m tae morning. I uas eagsgec khe imbiber 01 seas in a ooc, helped to make entertaining a novel form cf -hst of shelling the garden., To uhai strange 'here "as s s-sraruig o. the 2oor. cf ia? peas e. These 352 lie s; are Lrei-. "oeas tr.cjsn-- Tsere was a eZs'ter-nr cf in the ?r-2 the peials of the in .MIES room ce- t gas. to Before I ccjla realise irhst was brief oertod. wr en KI_- uess :oilQ-.5--nit. trough I hsrdlv e r I canrl-ced that late- TKIS >lT so, ces of tjoe nict: severe tremors 01 ei-Denerceci in parts of it -nere The row a tale that is zoic. 2tic -t has hed a yrusjue .ts ef- fects not so f-r cs go. s" r no little excitement tor :ne time oe- it us on: of oar in cjmet re- ecjnes eartscuakcs. it can nap- pen here. A LESSOX FROM i HEEKI.Y REVIEW OF MEN 4XD atlTTERS W. A. Jt. C. ihai niatter, a lesson siciila cone -icnie. Of pa inierest it is to Canaca. Xea Zea- d is at present a countrj -wliere rj-orse has plentv of snoney anc tj of leisure. It s-ould seem that her people are in bappv ccaoLiticn. But tass i? lar frorii" the case it; spite of it ressrcta as a and less hoars of vors. In as I read, it tases nionthi. to a ie_r to W a ne'ar suit of Tne shortage snytmr.? mare pirate tcsn n cigarettes anc other are harcer to get t'ian m is tnffiriJt _na -jntonito-- table. It to almost to find satisfactory f.elcs rcent of tmai; is "re pscture -anich Sev Zealand pre- tne lane; nione> anc leisure are :n Ne-a Zealarcers are to be Biii burst iLe cam of controls sne tns- countrj i.ill be seaiec v.p in aoa. anc the rest of the -ROT'C. for tear intuition sra a iml somethins era t.c -t to siie tne tnresten-ns In na-iona! cilem- sc? tne solution .s tne cb.ef econon_i- erper- the Ijsoor GoicriiLjris litrfc s is isrnat Ee has 10 'O-r arnsarUx mieres'ea in conci'ions anc raisin- tne sicnd- ard of living, ann ur trere is onl> one tn tne-e can oe realizec inat is f cf all. Sj tae procuct.on of more ?oocs anc services. That -s a tuncamen'a! and elss de- pends it Th-s is a -hicn can- not conie vx> soon in Canada. In the present state of truaas tnere is tne the and ne- glec'-ns ine Highlights In The News A. Soanis- sank Thurs- jured m Mo-tresl sn auto day dear Balearic" Islands Tn-hj en-en by Tjfjss Marsaret Lalonce. a loss of men sfie.- being 32. vreas out of con'ro- -an up or bv a the aniounceQ the sidewalk ana crushec the bso" ittacnc." The occurrea m a prarq anc tae otner victims aunag Frederick sec- retary of ths Trar cffice the Snash of Commons ihat any aggression against Britain -'no -noiild lake tne form of a heavy air attacfc, ard alscs alreacy are m essteixe to ceal any emergency Arrjro TQEcamni and La Scala oiccestia retusec go to Pans. m urotes; to the foreign mitiisters coaucil Decision cecicg the north Irfelian commimss of ienca-Bnga and Mon; Cams plateau to France. Successful trearment of two types of cancer witn atomic research "sras reoonea by j Sertam University of i California radiologist, -o ihe Sortn I Amencsa SacisaT Scxuety. j against z. of a miner. J. Visser. i led to a strike oy -60 miners m Dassafontein sold rmm> the SasV Hand of South Af nca. Visser 1 is z. caacidate m fcrtncomin; liiiinT! J elecacns for sha't stewards nut tae aaiae management said his trade union activities had no bearing on tneir action. A Drooosal bv s board of j conrrol tnat the Ontario goreni- j ment pay the cost of continuing cay care centres in the Toronto srea lesecaa Premier Ore's-. GO sata it nor oe possible for the (government to saca. an ar- eral aoplicaaon province. througnoui the. Porest fires hicn threatened Lalce towrsi-e y-n Squall Lake micmg carco. about 6Q iniles noriheasi of are imcier canrrct, Hoben jcsarvey, ranger, reported. V. Carton of "Winnipeg, eZectea o; Sie Canadian Slectrica! Associadon as the 56th j l of Canadian farces in -was sclieculea to oe completed Saturday. 1 Police intensiSea tasrr uiTestiga- into an alleged ilontreal bomb" fraud ana have notinea Ketr yorfc Citv Dolice of the orooacle lo- cation tnere of Hoaaeo iens 43 of j thougn; to be the brains" of the jceeong of the association closed in Ttanff. succeeds J. S. of Motrn-eal. presiong of- ficer for the present: sessioss. The Vsrconfer city council agreed io grant a 20-year "exclasve fran- chise to the BnnsG Columoia Elec- tric Balhrav ComsaET. It -srfll feus operanoijs. Lorns Stanley Ptrrell 50, SnoTro on the proines as sales man- ager for tee Rotin Hood Company, died 12 T.ctona. 3om in Caestley. Ort_ hs T-ES stanonec as "Winnipeg' aca Moose JST for scne years oefore go-as to Vic- toria in 1942. Canadian Pacific Haihray Corn- paar reported net; eaminss for Mar as SI (K3 494 as against S3.535 949 in ihe corresrxjacins month in 1945, a Decrease of Tnal of Konala Galey. I3-year-oIa Ssmi John, 3T.3., mess boy charsed vrtTii jaurcenng ennaeer Jonn on the ireigirter High Park, encea m a conrlcnon of manslaaanter and the youth sentencea to 10 years in pea-tennary. Adoption of measures to stamp ou; -eaereal csisease jn Halifax is being impedeo oyf failcre of civil laeaicai practitioners to retxsrr cases treatsd by fem. according ComniiSaioiier I5r. A. H Morton. Approximatelv 225 forest fires oestroyea 10 COO acres cf tim- ber and required 3.000 firefighters to combat them irere recortea throagn- ous Quebec province since tae sunng. D. L. CampbeLL oiir'ster of agn- i culrcre for iiai-iioDa. frno recent retimed from z two-inonta tour I of EtiroDean countries, said in an inierne'K" that "Canadian foca pro- i ducts be in cemanc for a iong nme." IrnO courts operated ra Osgoode iiali. Toronto this month instead of the customary one to handle the large number cf divorcee. injunctions and apneals. Divorce cases heaaea fie cocket in June 414 petitions granted 151 more than in June, 1545. Ontario's hauor ration of two oot- tles of soints each half-month frill be July 2 and rationing of imported vnne ena June 30 Ko change is plannec jn tne car- Ten; ration of" -oeer 12 quarts a month or of Ontario one cottle Tree I 3 Biegerstaif. business acent for i local 2S9 of tne International Aili- aiice of Stage TJnployees and Mc- 1 uon Picture Machine Operators j announcec m TSTinnipeg 1 tnai a satisfactory agreement naa j been reacrec wntr Wefiem The- atres Limited ana Alhea AmUfe- nierts over a Tvage contmcc -vnta projectionists. I Hussia is to_ build 140 new light- 1 nouses and 15 raoio beacons j radar stations on Arctic Ssa ro'ites as part of a plan to convert the Arctic mio a onooth roii.e the uexi years. Thomas Kenoren. 31 s. oaker in I Li-.erpool. tras convicted of irurder and sentenced to ceath in the "peep hole'' slaying pt ilrs EUa. Staun- ton. red-haired manjcunat in her Liverpool salon last May 20 j The "Wincsor Star fund to I assist victim5: or the tornaco tnat i struck the ares June 37 stooo 5ViQav at S95 644. The objec- tive is S250000. Wiihom 2--rear-oIa fann- er of tee Lamont. aistnct is ing steady improvement in the La- 1 monr hospital, he is suSer- jiag from three bullet -arouncs .n tne left ade. Pohce ars S investigations into ojncing i occurred on tr.e farm of Tft iJ- 1 ham Onyscf'us Peio aooat 18 miles north of Lament June IS He told notice f iran witn a rise shot him inree times. i A baby a.ea ST.G isr Eiotner ana raro men -were IR- ONLY PIG IX Electric SMW WITH cvr. month, hundreds of "Hennomtes from the area snrronndiins this Wa- terloo county town, converge on Elmira for fair" the only one of its kind jn Canada. article csed on a farm can be "traded auction or by barter. For approximately 75 years peonle bave occn comins to the fair by horse and Imezr. and on fair davs horses still outnumber automobi'es. KCLES OX CFCN. 5 to Ss30 CALGARY sr PETTESSBICRGH Ka jure S "Wilson ruled Fncay that arbnrat.on ol TvocsgrGpinca; Un- 1 ion rot ETI issue in I National Labor ReJa.ions Boarc hcanr-s here on tr.e strike oy cor-- i pos-ng room of the tv o Si Petersourg u NEWSPAPFR( HEAVY WHEAT SHIPMENTS OTTAWA Jirce j to 43 countries tiunng the f jst ten months of the C'jrrer.t crop year totalise 250 414.- 473 bushels comparec isnth 189 1 912 m the aire period of the 1944- 45 crop year, tne Dornmion Bureau I of Statistics reported Friday. STOKE HOCES- to pjn.; Saturday, yjsi.-, Wednesday aun. to pjn. jaforcatatMUi Ptone 3727. CHILDREN'S COTTON ANKLE SOCKS IN PLAIN SUMMER COLORS! Tneioay for a vacatioa-tiaie sjsply 01 ccol ankle for the youngsters' These are co-on v-ams -arn siast.o toss tna- staj ai place neatlv reiforced heels and toes. red. blue Sues to 2 pairs for 31C Main Floor WOMEN'S WHITE HANDBAGS ALWAYS SMART WITH WARM-WEATHER COSTUMES! And s. nice variety of styles there is, too! Choice of top handle, under- arm elope and shoulder strap types cleverly made from simu- lated leathers, so and to keep clear Xeatly lined with WILL BEXIOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, JULY 1st DOMINION DAY! Note the Page of Value-Giving Items on Sale Tuesday, July 2nd! WOMEN'S SPUN RAYON rayon fined iv ror and change Each >Iaiii Floor ih mir- purse! ENGLISH TEAPOTS Jasi arrived' A shipment of your laronte Eng- lish pottery teapots in three sizes to s-uit your needs. Brown Teapots with regular spouts In 4 6 anc. sizes. Eacn 65c, 75cf 85c 9 Brown regular spouts in 2. 4 anu 6-cup sizes 49c, 59c, 69c Ciina-irare EATOX'S, Basement DRESSES Pretty Pastel Prints to Spice Your Summer Wardrobe! Just the soil of frocks every woman needs and loves for summer cool and easy to wear, smart and flattering in appear- ance I Modestly priced spun rayons show- ing white patterns on pastel grounds or colored floral on pastels Softly tailored styles with short sleeves, buttons to the waist and leather- ette belts or. most. Suitable for Miss or Matron, in sizes 14 to see them early on Tuesday morn- ing! Women's EATOX'S, Second Floor Cold Pack Canneis U Now is tae tune to secure one of these hanay canncrs for preserving nme Blue enamelRrare container 11 h close-fitting nist-resisnng rack to hold seven medium sized sealers, cinged handles Complete Basement WOMEN'S OXFORDS ieatner Slasher snort tjxforcs moccasin vamns welted ccmpasiion soles ana mbcer heels Sizes 4 to A to C igTn-.r.g, Crana goii- Fair MEN'S DRESSY BROGUE OXFORDS IN SMART BROWN SHADE Handsome brog a e s for casual dress or spec- tator sports wear Brown heather- grained leather uppers in brogue style finished with heavy welted leather soles and leather heels. Sizes 6 to 10J2- C and E widths combination fittings. Pair Second Floor ABOUT 45-INCH PRINTED OILCLOTH ONLY A LIMITED QUANTITY of this attractive household oilcloth so early for your shaie! Suitable for kitchen and pantry shelves or table tops is pnnted in smartly colored pat- terns on -rthite and cream grounds. Yard please UNBLEACHED COTTON ABOT.T 36 INCHES WIDE Sturcv caahty uno'eached poses custers tea covers or crape Ln- i for household pur- Limited quantiijl Yd 19c WHITE FLANNELETTE ABOUT 35 INCHES WIDE Better cuauty cotton f.anr.eittte sait- ao.e for" la ettes FuIJ. snd napoed sof.jj on both s.acsi Vara S. Second Floor Men's Cotton Ribbed Short-Sleeved COMBINATIONS 'WINDSOR WEAR" BRAND Don't miss this opportunity to get that new summer underwear you've been needing- Be early for these comfortable combina- tions knit from light-weight cot- ton yarns in button-front style with short sleeves, ankle-length legs Cream 38 to 46. MEN'S SPORT JACKETS IN LIGHT-WEIGHT DRILL Just the tjpe of cool jacket you want for summer sports Tailored from light cotton drill, unlined, in zipper-front style with two slash pockets, knitted wool cuffs, collar and waistband. Two-tone 36 to 44. Fibre (Paper) WINDOW SHADES ABOUT 36x70 INCHES Inexpensive shaces of ctror.g fibre 'paper; tnat can be wipea clean a camp cloth Moanied on sturoy spring tntn o-ackets Cream color. Eaca "s Main Floor TRI-LIGHT and 4-WAY FLOOR LAMPS Choosing a wedding gift or a new floor lamp for jour home? Then see these hancsome rew models -with heavy metal sctce with three candle arms undemeatn the 100-2CO-300-watt reflector bowl1 Standards fin- ished in bronze ana gold or sil- ver colors. Cash Prices, lamps -----TO Shades only 3> O O LAMPS WITH SHADES And here's a pleasing -selection of table nxssS ac- ceptable for -wedcang guts! A variety of glass, pottery and plastic bases in smart modem cesigns comclete u-uh. har- monizing shades. Lamp and Snade, EATON'S, Third Floor About 36-Inch CRETONNE Value here for th-iity home-raakers! Attractive cotton cretonne suitable for light-weight couch covers, s'de curtains, chair covers, cushions and other home accessories. Printed i n tapestry-like patterns on blue, wine, brown or green grounds! 36-Inch Cotton MARQUISETTE Please, No C.O.D. Orders Accepted fay Mail or Phone! Shop right at 9.30 on Tuesday morning for your share of this novelty weave cotton marquisette for kitchen, bathroom or bedroom curtains! It is eggshell in color woven with a smart cross-bar ef- fect. EATOX'S, Third Floor ALL SET TO TAKE PART IN THE CELEBRATION? LETHBRIDGE'S VICTORY RALLY AND RODEO WILL BE HELD JULY 4th, 5th AND 6th...A ROUSING "WELCOME HOME" TO VETERANS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA! EATON BRANCH STORE IS VETERANS' DAY AT THE RODEO! ikWSPAPURl ;