Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY Railways Oppose Demands of Union Farewell Message I stop mace ov woomoiive iw csr departzneat employees who reoo'Jatec of division Xp.- s. j SBSOV a fareweU to ine troops. iheir western Surope anc Labor their role is trie costrcl of Ger.- before the board of ccnciliatiOE sir-any, describing them as investigation. cocsiStiEg o- Chief Justice S. A. McPisesson _oz JSacitoba. Senaicsr A. R MacSlaier. KLC. the American FederatioK c' rhe imperial general sian. I tfcirik back to :he cay I; resets tiist have been STOEE HOURS: U PJn. Saturday U Wednesday, Information J-h Britons Must Tighten Belts IONDGN-. May 1. I Pood Minister Smith announces Britain's cheese ration will be cat from three to two ounces a week. effective May 25. also said that. Britons wili hare to subsist on less bread aac. from next onwarcs -Si butter and potato prices Sin bTcut: from 25- to -srbeiner i- or the hzppy hose you deserve." LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from From PageJ and ibougb the bird came to the coor tHe caj ai was his last visit. The of jJoooj Hui ReducSn in the size of loaves of j sras his last vssii. Tiread, anno-.aced last week, wi" come into effect Sunday, he a. nress conference. a 15-per-cent cut on oeer pro- duction'will go into effect tocay. hesaid. MONEYED PEOPLE DIE ELSEWHERE ______r May money don't die in Saskatchewan unless they are tgi-an bv T- C Deuglas of Saskatchewan ouipoed daring a speech, tocay before the Dozninion-Provincial conference. He made tng statemeiiv wmie duties Sas- CHAKGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADED I Two world convulsions, which] some former wars.; eaanov diminish ;he interest 01 j luda episodes as the Caarge j o-" the Lisht Brigade. The evidence i of a witness of that- charge is Mr. Douelas said people money died in Salubrious Bn- tish Coiunabia or in the "dull respectability" of Catario. Jnst-as 3ir. Douglas conciua- statement and -wens on to ass the fedezsl govermaent; 1 to give up sosse taxes a..child beean crving in. the gaEery. is the treasury said .Mr. Doaglas. More Marriasres In Canada Cupid apparently outoid lebruaryJ OI a Vi S" j ed on ia The Times by Sir Lenaial; ICheatle, who received it 50 years; ESZO from Dr. Ugertwood. tnea m medical charse of trie Cnealsea Pensioners. At Balaclava Dr. j Ligerrwood was on Lord Raglan's and saw Haslaa write the i dessatch and KToian deliver it. IE stated. "The Light Brigade will so- vancc" saving noihing aixsut a 1 charse. Lord Cardigan had j I reacTtbe descatch he said to Light "Brigade will but where and Nolan, waving i his arm towards the enemy, said, -Well, mv Lord, if you don't know where the Sussisaas sre. they are i over there." -The nresiuaption was I that Cardigan say have been' piqued, by Nolants .behavior. Dr. saw killed on his return ride and heard Cardigan sav to Raglan as .he zode up to him afier the charge, fellows have been pulling me about." Whea the kind-hearted woman shut the dcor'and turned, she icund j hesself faced 'by her irate mate, j "Whv on earth must" you feed of statistics every tramp "wno comes to the demanded, heatedly, cne-e repUed, SPRING BEAUTY FOR YOUR HAIR CHARM CURL COLD WAVE For machineless, heatless permaEent at liorne. Set Lovalon Hair five rinses ..--35e Halo Shampoo, three sizes ......49C, 29C aafi 19e Drene Shampoo, bottle Koll Ware Pro-phy-lac-iic Hair Brushes, iritli white nylozi bristles and plastic handles. _i GLOSTORA Imparts gloss and lustre. YARDLEY SHAMPOO AND RINSE wpnra Natural. Package ..............2OC 3Iain Floor Tailored SHORTS Smoothly tailored shorts in cotton drill or rayon and wool Alpine cloth. ___Wide waistbands, front pleats. White, red, grey, navy. wine, and beige. Sizes 12 to 20. 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