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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE T WITAXUFP WEA i HlLK HELP IN DAILY WORK Heroine and f T t Tragedy By TEM (Canadian Pr TORONTO. case said everycm and no one coes arry LEFT HAND CORNER the "weather a rational habit. persons, mostly who i extricate terrified and from the Burning ie 3- the street car that crashed into an o-MrajIer Friday. s eight. lives and m- scores. I' Mrs Joan 70. was pre- paring tupper :n her kitchen a-hen :he crash" occurred. She rushed ;o the street and through the b'aMTig inferno to help :wo men :hro'-igh .shattered to safety. Then she c-ahoee s. knife and started to MONDAY, TUESDAY SHOPPING fax and Gander sub-divided _ Soon to be available to .arse weather conditions, winds and high and 'csr treasure arecs FORECASTS VALVABLE To the isrtner. fere-knew o. wesiher forecasts en foreic rangers plan shifts of to threatened outbreaks -earned in advance, can txn-.; caught in violent stcrms anil-aircraft fought :ne enemv and also thou- sands of tens of material snd pise- line for the giant under the sea. The cock was hsvinj s dav o_t snd came rearms a very stjlis-i frocS -Why. said her employer a nice cross-. I. tc the mistrfss from ihe cook." yo'J worry, num." recliec jlary. "The tell EDIXBCRGH'S FLOWERS told of hew .George Fetter, a -.eteran of service i overseas and a navs! dived throcsh a smashed window, 'and drsagec ihe ias: a holocanst. Pohee taic that cnlv lor his EC- 4 jion the wcman ha-.-e cer-', to death. The yoacz sailor suffered and mined his a I Hint Italian I King to Abdicate Skyway to America's playgrounds, WesJern Air clone provides service thof fits both business end vacation trcvel. Brief side trips can fake you to your favorite nctionc! pork or trout stream enroute to business destinations. Only vie Western can you visit such outstanding beouty spots as: LAS VEGAS Recreational Area ZION BRYCE-GRAND CANYON YELLOWSTONE GRAND TETONS CANADIAN ROCKIES THE DUDE RANCH COUNTRY. COLORADO PLAYGROUNDS Ask Western Air Lines'people to help in laying out combination business end vocation trips. Or, see your local air-travel agent. Reservations: MARQUIS HOTEL Plans are being mice for a re- nc-MS. lews- ojmption of the flora! TI Lsvbro said Saturday jn -sihich isrere a feature of tne 5c3pies dispatch that King Victor Princes Street Gardens of pre-war Emsrvsjiuaj apparently -a-as prepar-1 cays. UM: to leave Italy soon aacard the Such a -Bindswept position plus yacht. the aapunties of the atmosphere The'cospatch said it reported a-- ca-e. would be opened alter i come problems :-ie city in beds for a o: cajs 10 a Seise plants become ._ sosirces here sajfi premature, ba; did ST.% ?re- ins to leave the country. tver Town Is Razed Phone: 3971 pia 1 UXDSSWOOD. ilay are homeless stoa- Afier this had been gomg on for" setae minutes an occupant poked his head through a Tnndo-s- and call- t ed the guard. '-Whai's he shaken to deal rag." i "Tljs __ __ f i no repo. o, p ATOM TILLAGE ?vfe Roberson. in tne Picture Post.) There T7as a full house ai tae Queens in Hans-ell, and the UJESTERH flIR LinES 1926- AMERICA'S PIONEER AIRLINE -1946 the district. Damage esareates hare from :o SIQO.OOO. Battle of Goats May They are sali vouns meii the taproom brought first fcre MeGee. who is ar-ays getur-g of the atomic re- i mio JESJS and closets. lound __ ;_ "station. Harwell to be self in a reai-hfe controversy Satur- and DU- Harsrell on! a theme featuring goats, "of the world. Earsreil laid i "Wflereunon the San 2-1 tio'- -o that last pint, almost. a uttie dazec by ba; tney ve had ___________s aii Gcais iiare been picked, on long i 1 eaouan. Kbbcr woiiidn't slur horses i j or other animals, and don's see i ;IA had to be offensive to goats." j T Iherell come 6 Yes, there'll come a day when you, too, can retire and take life easy... if you look ahead and make provision for It. Because, future security defends on bow you flanjor it today. An Imperial Life policy will assure your retire- ment at 55, 60, 65 or any age you choose. Like the architect who designs yonr house and works out the specifications for your own personal convenience and comfort, every Imperial Life representative writes your Insurance policy to cover your individual needs, You, like raost other readers of this advertise- ment, will reach the age of sixty. you arranged to receive monthly income cheques regularly from :hen on? That's a fine thing about Imperial Life Insurance... It can provide not only protection for dependents, but guaranteed In- comes for pollcyholders In their own later years. Let an Imperial Life representative work out a plan for lour retirement so that there'll come a i they take to a stranger easily, and thev're ready to taie to split atom, too, Hiroshima reserva- tions. "If all goes up like a lead of mangolds." says John Long. i5- vear-ola master of ceremonies in "'and ou; of) the Queen's Arms. "all rizht. -Re all goes up hke a load of mangolds. But I bean't a-vrorry- These professor fellers knows at therte a'doin' of. and they'd go up first d'ye see? says old John, and startles unorepared strangers sudden brass-throat- ed laughter that rattles the oma- _ ments. That, goes for Harwell, traich j shakes its head about the Big Bacs. j but doesn't really believe K will i ever happen. i The research station is just an- other bit of luck for a lucky Tillage. for Harwell has done pretty well on atoms- The permanent Ord- nance depot at Qidcot employs more than half the men an the -tillage. and the aeroorome and the Anglo-American Oil Company at MHton give Tvork and trace, rarni work at starvation wages." said ore man memor- ies of thirty shillings and choosey has oeen a poor fourth for many years. Young Harwell mostly doesn't want to get any, nearer to a cow than tne milk bottle, j -hich is one reason why farmers] ar Mar of what is termed "the world's most revolutionary -which combines jet aroDulsion with a form of internal multi-blade propeller called a "ducted fan thmst was released Sunday. The new engine, the Metro Vickers R-3. is an advanced design of the axial flow type in which the diameter of the en- gine is kept to a minimum. Gi VETERAN'S NEW JOB BOSTON. Slay ex-serviceman Harold Cohen lost a job m a leather plant he considered his five years m thr- army and extensive kitchen fatigue duty and decided to do "housewor'-v-" Hs inserted an ad in a ne-irspaper offering to do any land of houseclearung for one dollar an hour, and so many calls poured jn 'roin Greater Boston, the 2a-yearjoid ict thinks he will have to hire assistants. aiv-r xr> TATT ARE SENT TO JAU. re less enihusiasuc about the new Was 4 fn --jl j TTT3 tatja- a one-year jau i for rRX> young school i ?ro-j morals Blaine. i JLfila WCnSCIi.i _ ioatnsien. Faulson. Arms "Bui Gu-.-ment j-, cor.tnouting to the deiin- lows aluays are j QUericv Of minors. XIrss Wensc'n- Not everybocy is p.eased. Ci ]CB.v- was sjisper.ced on Bart See Your Local Representative pubs for ar.d Kanreil's' had intonate relations nith j.oung people, are set for more J sr.orhcr boy. Prosecutor Frank' 1 b-osiness anci a fu'.ier 1 tola" the court live- boys more people better trsns- visited the teachers zi thejr cot-" port. "We'll may be naie onr own taee Apnl 16 three leaving apout cjr.ema one 02v. even" 2 BJT. He said ihe boys told hirn inan one sufferer :'rorn biahbound hushing and went on all dav when vou can "go fishing" without worry arable-starvation If the r.ew age canng the night. a J !s bom on Harwell aerocrorr.e Har- In the world. is born on Karweli aerocrorr.e Har- I is prepares to be nudwife, with i ofilj one j says o'.d John Lor.r, and j zoes through the motions of 3: ir.g a forkful o! TO GET LAW DEGREES EDMONTON. May w facult- of Alberta University recorr.rnena :o the general fac- ulty cour.cii tha- R. J. Kaziitt. Van- j r. f. COUVer. E de St. Jorre. Victoria, and i Arnold Alta oe v srsnted the degree of Bachelor of Lrsu, it was announced Saturday. i Head Office Local Office in The Metcalfe Building, iefhbridge OXT. FARMERS RAIN LOMXJX. Out. Maj in Western On- tario Sunday said "Provi- dence took a hana" and thev called the showers that dampened the entire area over the weekend "a miihon- dollar ram." More than a SOME SURPLUS FOOD SEOUL. Korea, May 6 t Herben Hoover said Saturday the j i only bright spots he has found m a generally cark world food picture j i ere a few unexpected quarter of an inch of rain principally In Australia ar.d Iraq STOKE HOURS: auoo. to psn. Saturday ajn. to pan. Wednesday ajn. to 1 pjm. Information Phone 3727. NEWS STORE YOUR FURS NOW at Eaton's! de- Take advantage ft pendable pntectivn offered furs by our new modern STORAGE VAULT. Brine your fur coats in now to the Fur Department, Second Floor, phone 3SW5 for pick-up ser- vice. fell, just in time to stave off disaster which threatened summer crops i world food sur- told interviewers the real trouble tpots were Ind.a and CJiina, 1 whicn famine areas. Eaton's Spring Presentation of Luxurious Furs Under the direction of an Eaton Fur Expert, continues until store closing, Saturday, May llth. Featured in this outstanding collection of lovely new fur creations are: ELECTRIC SEAL (Dyed Rabbit) COATS offering of pelt and luxury of appearance at within the reach of the average budget! Electric Seal (dyed rabbit) is a fur that satisfies----one that adopts the year's styles with grace and poise! From furs In the presentation include: MUSKRAT COATS, from f HUDSON SEAL (Dyed Muskrat) to COATS, from tpOi7U AMERICAN BROADTAIL COATS (processed Lamb) AMERICAN OPOSSUM COATS, from RACCOON COATS, from MOUTON LAMB (processed Lamb) COATS, from AUSTRALIAN WALLABY COATS NOVELTY FUR COATS, to 1 DU to from tJUI______ There are four ways to buy your coat at EATON'S: I__pay Cash Lay-Away Plan 3__EATON'S Budget Plan (terms in accordance with Wartime Prices and Trade Board regulations) 4__EATON'S Deposit Account Second Floor Women's "Candlewick" BED JACKETS In White, Blue or Peach Dainty oed jackets for lourg- luxury or for convalescents. ilace from sturdy cotton material patterned with soft candlevrick-zype raiting. Three- quarter length sleeves, tie neck- lines. Sizes small, medium and Women's EATON'S, Second Floor WOMEN'S NEW VESTEES 3IADE FROM JTTLOX iovely vestees in nylon fabric. Tailored and dressier styles with back and front pieces Peach, bine or white. Cool and dainiy for summer smts! WOMEN'S NECKWEAR Excellent thrift values in this group of clearance-priced neck- inducing cotton pique, rayon and rayon sheer collars in white. 14c 97c EATON'S. Main Floor QUALITY and STYLE in..... ALL-WOOL SUITING 54 inches wide arrix-ed a shipment of superb Glenelm all-wool suitings, twill and herringbone weaves that tailor like magic and hold their shape. Choose from an exciting array of colors: Pearl oyster, Cam- eo pink, Grey. Sunbaked tan. Cali- fornia blue, Potash pink, Festive green, Pebble sand, Gold. Yard, Dress Secrad Floor MEN'S SPORT OXFORDS Serviceable shoes for summer sports or work. Brown leather Blucher-cut ox- fords with corded moccasin-type vamps, composition soles and rubber heels. Sizes 6 to I0y2. Pair Second Floor BOYS7 COTTON JERSEYS garments for suirinier- cool and comfort- able! Knit from cotton yamf in short-sleeved pullover style with crew Grey with blue or maroori tnm. Sizes 30 and 32. 69c MEN'S DRESSY TROUSERS For Summer Comfort A good weight for warm wea- ther ahead Rayon and wool worsted dress trousers tailored ir. regular style with cuffed bot- toms and cotton-hned pockets Green, brown, light and dark blue. Sizes 32 to 40. Men's Main Floor EATON C BRANCH STORE Women's Handkerchiefs FOR MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS PRINTED COTTONS in an assortment of pretty col- ors and patterns. Each S WHITE T.TNF.NS plain hue liners with hemstitch- ed edges. LAWNS sheer cotton lawns printed !n gay floral Each White Rayon Gloves Inexpensive summer In smooth white rajon fabric Two-button length. Sizes 6 to 8 in the and lot. Gloves and Accessories EATOVS, Main Floor NFWSPAPFR! ;