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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Speaks Only Shangaan LOUIS FERNANDEZ IS HAPPY BOY AGAIN O.C. Lawyer Will Defend Fred Rose I dent. It came off. 1 On trips by train the advance man must know alter- I nate routes liie a. railway gu-oe. Bncges have been known to watii bat a whcle citj tsr State must not be cisappomsec. Kock slides are not imccmnion ia national parks, but tee advance man see to it thai the} don't happen ne Chief Executive is going as Lobrenco llarques and reached Vancouver. in tears because e coic no: be ailoxec to go into the Pn'.t said he is willing "Ratner. Why she even "oeUeves parrot lausht iusa swear." are Pentecostal Jougn from ihe Tnonga where Louis was som. Thurscav night the jungle orphan attended carry, wzth, permission of cotmtrv; vans. 1 The word means s :hsn to us. even more There is j proolem of ail going enc lor mm. PRO-ECSSLAN Mr. who dur-ng :he war was so oro-Russian that hrs ire- Quentlv created a sensation, fjr- a colortul case Mas- dmerless rracror for the farm. It is claused this machine can be leu alone, ex- cept for servicing and repairs. The drnerfess is earned out by a designed tractor guide to keep the ia the furrow. d- and was Predicts Standard I Service. By Air Jjoureneo Msrcues. seeing, .or the as; time, traras. hotels, docks, ana mt Former Member R.CA.F. Is Hero Former Physician On Drugs Charge Mr. Pntt, a nrsd character hun- i self, sits as Independent, Labor {member for Hammgrsrcith in the House of Commons. He was ueiiec from the Labor oarty in j because cf his to the j party policv m the 193S-40 war be- tweers Russia and He re- tained his seat an over- jn last, year's modes: hero, Tear-oid. forme vrho saved r_ May V. "Kills reserved t voting i comnaniDns from a fiery death fjra-surrounded forest reserve, is In isosrjital here, still caring for the boys he brought; to Magistrate "Wills he would give decision Mav 'S. Constable Erries: Keays of the Ontario rjrovmcial police said he i found several bottles of narcotics. Xoble. of tne ioronto miles ease of here, -which trapped LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Front Pagej it pass- Airlines, said thst Triihin a short time K laras hoped to have 4O-pass- enser. foar-enginec planes on Ca- nadian International routes. Sjjeeds! m the nest, five years would be] between 350 and 550 miles an hour. Mr. MacLaren told efforts i were being made to make inter- country travel less troiinie -snth regard to customs and immigration. -We are he said, in seeing the private flier able to en- i Canada from the TJniEec States -aitho-j; as much trouble as exists today." College oz Pnysiciaiis and Surgeons, three to a highway. EUiost's eondiaon is still serious. In hospital, Biatnarchiik ic able to move around the ward, and vrhen reuorters risiied four? he -was read- to four of nis companions, coys unable to hold books be- cause cf burned AND AM I MAD SZSMABCK, JN.IX, itay Ins manager of she machine repair oetjanmeni; of the Bismarck Tri- bune Company received; tftis one- eentence letter from a "The ribbon the cash register do sot sws on, k seem the more on, the Trorse i; get. you gee mad, yes -we all TTouM, and I am." HTSTS AT INBUSTBIAI. STRIFE Ef ONTARIO TOBONTO. May Its the leadins industrial province, may Tje the it may be industrial SErife, stated Ontario C.C.F. E. B. Joliiffe in a speech prepared for delivery Thursosy to a party rally us ilassey Hall slso heard JJL 3. CoM-vreil, national leader of the C.CJP. the -ocjs had been working no, as tis like 2 a licensed physician. on a tank, bin the Evidence was given that Carefoot. the worst thing. Some who graduated in mecicme a: "of tae boys didn't event %K their Queen's Um-.ersity._ Kingston. Ont.. evebrcws singed yet they were bad- lv Darned by the neat. JUST LIKE FURNACE "It all happened so just; seemed about 30 seconds. The was terrific i; was like a. furnace." had tiie boys dig a Blit-rrench where he forced them. to talre shelter until The fire had passed. Ke then guided then: to zafetv. carrying 14-year-old Billy me free from the orayer mai is Teroaliy beauu- tarn that, in retrospect, makes me say to myself, "I mus; try out some "cf that" son; of living bus give me instead such a baptism 01 genuine siijcer- Ky tnat I penorce live it as I speak On tae' other hand, do not, O Lord, takg away from me my power to pretena! Teach me how to pre- tenc I HTrl all y.nsr x gm orally ask- j ing You to make me, so thai oth- j ers may be so convinced of my goodness that I will be compelled .to up to my pretense, to the nest 01 my ability. Ann strengthen, O Lord, my will, so that X come to mutate my pretenaed self so accur- ately that n sfcail become my real self. Teach me to imagine, that; I am. uerfeci and then to be what I imagine myself. Let, me inspire others to loos far above my real self to find me; end tnsn. let me scramble up somehow unnl I at- tain, the heigh; where they ea me to be founa' Eelp m- Costs Money To Cross Ocean Now H3GIXA. May A. 3oul- i ter, supervisor of training, depart- ment of veterans' affairs, issued a warning to veterans who are con- templating to the green- er fields of England tha; there are no special cheao ocean travel con- cessions available for them. "Xor is it possible for anjone ati the present time to trork their pass- age "over on a cattle boas or tramp! he added. snire others a boundless faith cases remanded for sentence. APPEAL i llay the prices board announced a new and secret method, of cheeking re- tail butchers for violarions of ceil- ing prices on mea; three convic- nons were registered on Thurajay deserve Driving along a. narrow road five-ton truck suddenly came head on to an outsize tank. A Bead pop- ped oai of the top of tne tank and shouted furiously: "Waat d'you you're doing? IToa ought to be driving a ruddy "And yew ougnt to oe dameo. well in came the retort. CHURCHILL RUNS AN AD. (Lonoon Corresoondence of the New "STorfc Times) Recentlv an admirer of Winston Churchill" left a srcall packet ai the OTTAWA, May Na- tional War Labor board yesterday upneld an appeal by Western Glove Works. Ltd_ cf "Winnipeg, against a decision of The Manitoba War La- bor Board granting employees an increase of five cents an hour. MILK SHORTAGE MYSTERY UNSOLVED YORKTON, Sasfc, May JZoyal Canadian Mounted Police said Sriaay they -snthout a due in the strange disappearance cf Steve Fuipchuk. Wa- C6E3. cistrsct fanner who has been HIGHWAY DEATHS CLIMBING IN U.S. WASHINGTON, Maj are being: asked to face the grim but in- escapable fact that the man- gled bodies of men. wo- men and children will be strewn alon? United States motor high- ways in 1946. About LOOO.OOO persons 'will be injured. Be- cause of that appalling outlook President Tnunan has called a conference of interested or- ganiKitlons to be held in Wash- ington MZT 8-10 in an effort to reduce the slaughter. High- way deaths so far this year have jumped 50 per cent above the rate last year. During January alone 3.000 Americans were failed rn motor reticle cidents. TO DISCUSS ALBERTA SCHOOL CURRICULUM IN MANITOBA SEEN May of the llamtoba milk control coarc said here Thursday that the pro- vince was teetering on the verge of a nuik shortage. "Consumpnon has been from 12 j to 15 per cent, higher for the past j six months it was for the' corresponding tienod m said Hoy McPhail, chairman of the board. country will face a severe snortage subsiav is not maintained. Choice YOUR Executor The Northern Trusts Companj had over 40 years' experience in suc- cessfully dealing with just such pro- blems. That experience has given us an invaluable fund of knowledge. Let us place this at your disposal. ALEXANDER door of his London home and slip- ped quickly away. Inside, tne form- _ er Prime ilmister founa a letter i and a liny colored miniature ol apoieon cut neitner the name nor acdrsss of tine donor. The Hiommg following an ad- vertisement appeared m the. cer- column cf The Times" of May annual meeting of tne general cur- riculum committee of the depart- ment of education will be helo May i 30. K was announced here. In ad- dition to officials of tne depart-1 ment, tne committee is comuoeed I of representaaves from the Alberta Teachers' Association. Alberta Trus- tees" Association, the Home and School Association and the Uni- London: "Mr. Churciiill wishes to thank tae anonymous donor not only for me beautiful miniature of tne Em- peror Napoleon but for the senti- ments of regard and affection so movingly expressed in- the letter accompanied the generous gift.'' BEEF SHORTAGE WILL CONTINUE VANCOUVER. May The current oeef snortage may not end before August. J. D. Comett, chair- j man of the meat dealers division t of the Retail if erchants Associa- i tion said here. "They're not killing i any cattle for domestic use and j there isn't much being killed for ec- i port." he said. Mr Cornett added that even if the packing houses re- smne cattle buying, beef will re- main short- "The beef just isn't he said. PERMISSION TO STRIKE NEW YORK. May The executive committees of the New j Some 550 persons who attended a dinner and dacee of the Social and Athletic Club prooably gasped when they read in the next cays Atlantic City man for the noting OTTAWA. May fed- to sell. He has na ztrooin line o: government is expected to an- chataer ar.d no free passes to be r.ounce soon what type of persona MONE SHOPF STORE HOURS: a Saturday aua. to 1 ajm. to 1 AN EXCITING PRESi LUXURIOU In Our Travelling Fur Event Of An EATON Fu There are four ways to buy your coat at EATON'S: Cash LAY-A WAY PLAN BUDGET PLAN (Terms in accord- ance with Wartime Prices and Trade Board regula- tion) ACCOUNT Choose your new fur coat, neckpiece or jacket during this event! EATON'S, Second Floor Commencing Monday at 2 and continuing until Sati May llth A Springtime presentation of EATOVS 1 lovely future a fashion forecast in evt Furs" of luxury and enduring beauty. 1'on the VALUES PRESENTED. This Is the time when yon an investment in comfort a carefully considered for long ability. These low EATC ELECTRIC SEAL to MUSKRAT, HUDSON SEAL Dyed Mas- PERSUN LAMB, AMERICAN BROADTAIL (processed Lamb) AMERICAN OPOSSUM, from to RACCOON, from to MOUTON LAMB (processed to AUSTRALIAN" WALLABY, each NOVELTY FURS, to Among The Furs Are HUDSON SEAL {Dyed Mnskrat) SAFARI BROWN ALASKA SEAL SIBERIAN SEAL (Dyed Rabbit) NATURAL MUSKRAT MUSKRAT, Dyed Stone Marten. Mini Sable, Fisher, Kolinsky and Tulip Blacl shades RACCOON LTNX CAT TWIN BEAVER (Dyed Rabbit) ALASKA SABLE (Skunk) GREY AND BROWN RUSSLAN SQUIRRE LATIN (Dyed Rabbit) in light and dar brown shades CANADIAN SQUD1REL in Tearose and 1 AMERICAN BROADTAIL (processed Lai PERSIAN LAMB, in black, brown and grey PERSIAN PAW CIVET (Ca AMERICAN OPOSSTBt Natural, Brown, I Black shades ELECTRIC SEAL (Dyed Rabbit) SHEARED CANADIAN OTTER AUSTRALLAN WALLABY, Black, Brown a. SILVER. RED AND CROSS FOX IMITATION LEOPARD (Sheepskin or Rail MOUTON LAMB (Processed Lamb) WOLF, Dyed Blue MINK SC! Henrv Luca publications and the March of Time newsreel to call a strike if negotiations failed to achieve their demands. Publica- tions involved are Time. Life, ror- I tune and Architectural Forum j Magazine. NEW AGRICULTURIST EDMONTON. Mav culture Minister D B. MacMilian announced appointment of J. A. j Goods of Souns, Man, as district agncaituris; at Westlock, Alta.. graduate of Manitoba University on sanngs plan it proposes to pat for- ward to encourage continued thnft bv inaividuals after war savings MEN'S WORK GLOVES CANVAS AND LEATHER Inexpensive worfc globes with strong canvas backs and split cowhide leather palms Knitted cotton cuffs at wrists. Medium size. Pair Gloves EATON'S, Main Floor "Everfast" Printed ABOUT 36 A glonous an patterns are ot interesting cottc housecoats and and conventions to sun and laa against emergencies that coesn't meaning of Before the given m exchange for generous no- tices Ke ss a While House Secret Service agent wnose cruej uishing mark is a master of logistic certificates stamps are OIECOIJ- detail that do creti.i to a unued this autumn. field general and a PRAISES REPORT WINNIPEG. May Hart Green, vice-presicent of the Zionist outside House, the ad- i Organization of Canada, in a state- vance man has made a "cry run men! Wednesday praised the recent F.S the term is u.-ed by transport recommencat-ons of the Ar.glo-Am- pilots. over every inch of the mn- encan commission on Palestine ior erar? of the tna. whether it, be to its humane appreciation of the the easilv gtaroed Hvde plight of Jewish refugees. tate of the late Presiaer-t j velt or through Ch.cagos milling j TO ORD.Ai> LOOT QBtnct fne VANCOUVER 30- must be discovered ar.d reinforced i year-oic Ir.cisn snortl> be o- 3 a clergyman in the OW-iireers amo-jr t-e White can church_ Arthur Calder House correspondents recall of Greer.virie, B C. was one o, two an incident connected with Prosi- students who graduated at the_cpn- HOUSEWA! ENAMELWARE TEA Good-sized tea from swdy wh with black trim, n easy-pouring spou about 7 Imperial V pints. Each %J Enamelware Oval Dishpans 16 IMPERIAL QUART SIZE vocation of Anglican Theological College Wednesday night. dent Roosevelt's visit to a your.g women's college in the Deep South Trees had oeen freshly pruned and Vhe grounds refurbished ar.d an eight-foot hedge of which the in- stitution wes justly proud had just. been cliDDed. But the advance man said at least three feet had to come off the top of that hedge or there would be no visit from the Presi- pur, the state capital. FOUR ARE KILLED Uni'eri India. May 4 persons were killed and several in- jured when police fired to disperse a procession of at Ram.- These large oval-shaped pans are suitable for either dish pans cr for baby baths. Made from heavy white enamel-stare with red tnm. b-ight re< sice baski T EATON WESSTEWM BRANCH STOf NEWSPAPER! ;