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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1946 REGARDLESS OF VOTE, CZECH COALITION GOVT. TO CONTINUE I Canadian Press he thought the I Cossmuriists arid Czeca Socialists uoalci be asou: equal is the i followed by the People's partj. also caiied party, Mita the state although it is iri the centre of Europe settees the con- i Social Democrats trailirs, deac COALITION GOVT. (By ROSS MUNRO. Canadian Press Staff IVntery PRAGUE; May is carefully watchrsg the general election canrpaisn in Czechoslova- kia 26 win years of 300-: from E311 1___ _ vote since the country's liberation j results. v. one year ago and it will be a free One of the raost oo-ecnve mem-! 35 soon as cecor: Czechosknakia is no police ibers o: the The j- the s.tuatwr Highlights In The News I parasment COnON HAS MUCH TO DO WITH HIM! HE'S XTEARING a cotton shirt. His tie and suit are lined -with cotton. His underwear, band- kerchiefs, socks and shoe laces are cotton. So are his window drapes, the tapes and cords of his Venetian blinds... Those binders on his desk are couon covered, so are the -wires of his telephone. The cover of his dictaphone has cotton base, so has his carpet. His secretary uses a cotton typewriter ribbon. Yes- cotton has plenty to do with Mr. Smith, and -with all of us. Thar is -why Dominion Textile is proud to be part of an industry which is so important to Canada and Canadians, not only as a part of our national economv. paring millions of dollars in -wages jear. but also as a. factor in onr everyday living. DOMINION TEXTIif COMPANY LIMITED scUn; FASTEST FAItlCS COLONIAL SHEETS P1DE YAKMS Mrs. Kosie Yarenkeciec. 31. the, As anomalous "Santa Claus" niother of three children, was found to be living in Calgary has S200 to the provincial govern- fare oranch for six ___accession now. The money is accompanied only by a note to the (effect that the money should be Regional War Labor Board-used for child welfare an application for an cents an hour ia wage j Smplojees in the Deinir-oa eivj Service a: Feo. 1S46. numbered! S116362. of shorn a ere tempor- ____________ __ arv. ii sras reported in. the COEI-! sixths o' Romajuas n-awr wsrimons. This compared 465T1.i ;es criminal defendants, 'ccludicg whom were temporary, l" here former Marsha- Ion Antonescu. the i IS" parallels rraice. Ar.o'iier s-nu-arity wartime dictator, went on] is :be proirnnerr position of the trial ia Bucharest for their liies i asrti The OU Lamited ITS Mont- i before a special peoples tribunal aacoiiccec establishment of) all published bv economic. poLtical" 12 the Toronto Hosoita! fo-- or c-Jlturai groups ana iarges: j Children, in the las: stages of a ----------_.------------------ -----series of siiQ granmg opera- a union paper. Al! are frae to express own. cf Genera! Motors Cor- j poration haie cut the dividenc on stock 10 50 cents a poses the four-parr. auaeked by two savage ciegs while' to promote scientific researca in in- In nj sdeliienns capers in Toronto.: Beics. a T'.ey are; Freddie as "'_ Porty-Sve per cent of Montreal school children physical de- fects, a medical examination has ireiealed. The Home Owners' As- sociation formed to protest against increase :n city taxes, decided Mon- cav nigh; to write Vancouver and Montreal onicials in an attempt tae f share from 75 cents prevzouslv oaid IThe dividend is parable June 10 to LEFT HAND CORNER holders 17. i (Continued, from Front Page.) is a bit off when he sajs: I "Men like Churchill anc nca i make the EngLsh language." Thi wns ;o_3w CfcurcniH accepted fusea i school ISAAC J. KUNIK. _ 3 j Union oSTtciaJs announced Mon- class' negotiations are under wav for a higher wages for soirte buiM- sources of taxation other than en real estate. Finance Chair- The successful end of Canada's man E. H. said the organ- Operation Musko.v. the Armv-J izat'On -ass interested especially in H-C-AJ. operation across 3.1001 V'ancouiers poll tax. nules of snowy northwest wastes. H. W. Jamieson. superintendent of education, in the federal depart- sent of xeterans' affairs, said in wiil probably lead :o other such scientific expeditions. Lt.-CoL P. D. Baird. Muskox commander, said IP. an Edmonton interview in reolv Winnipeg last, night that. war Two strangers ir compartment tiere ersation. The -3.TECO-SS been closed by prevzo'-is occupants, and the desultorj talk hac crifted to the stioject o: i ing trades workers in the Greater Vancouver area. Eighty-two-year-ola John Doe of fali. Twenty-five ''non-Nazi" German scientists will be brought to Britain soon to assist in developing jet propulsion aerodynamics. The oody of George 24, of Toronto, missing since March 7, was recovered irom tne Oshawa, Ont.. harnor Monday. No inquest Js expected to be held. The body of Johannas 44. formerly of Fort Arthur, -a as found hangipg irom a tree by the Mcln- tyre mer near that city. He had oeen sine" Annl 2fi A decline la the number of ap- tne truts, surgisr! Australian film Thousand I plicatons for unemployment msur- j ance was reported in Ottawa bv Ee ran awav to sea from Ger- Dominion Bureau of Statistics barcue recorcs snowing aQ.706 applica- I make said one. "an invan- j Vancouver told police there that J able practice to advise peooie to J someone stole his trousers from his sleep with tceir becrcors windows in the pockets was S7CO. i ooen the jear round.' t lausnec the other. "It' is er-s> to see your profession." roD_ -Inceea. and what do you zranSj- von or nt c- V-oc THE GERMAN KAKOX Xews Letter) j A flim Sydney dressmaker mar- ?ned a Gerraafi sailor, Siegfried Hotrelmann. assmsi her fathers wishes in 1939. ar.d found when she ic-inec in intern- et in 1942, that, he was really Ereiner von many in a four-mast after the death of his father, then the baron. He jomec the Seamen's Union in Australia. Returning- to Australia in the TJsnaren. after havmg gone to sea in the Tiscaren. Internees from Java told the oohce the storv in Syoney. Stem of eye, the ousiness man was interviewing his daughter's young man. "So you want to marry he demanded curtly. "Yes. sir." stammered the young man her I can't see my way to-ac- centing your offer as snapped her father "Bu; II! keep your name and adoress before me, and if nothing better turns up, you may hear from me again.' FOR SEVEX CIGARS (Grove Patterson, "wrrnrg from Shanghai, in Toledo Blade) The nrst httle thing I cid m this largest; of ail Chinese 000 to go into a shop and "buy a few cigars, which were I very scarce in I bought seven of them and they ccst onTy Sl.OOO for all seven. Thai was quite a cheap price. Indeed you can get a fairly good CUD of coffee for S450 uons in March, compared with 608 in February and in ilarch, 1345. R. W. MacLean of Ottawa, has been appointed chief executive as- sistant to Reconstruction Minister Eowe, it was announced in Ottawa. Canadian Exports of dairy cattle to the United States from March 31. 1545 to March 31. 1946. num- bered it was reported in the Ottawa commons. Permit control over movement of table stock potatoes out of the Maritime Drovmees has been discon- nnuec. The Bermuda legislative assembly voted 13-11 to appoint a select com- mutes to inquire into the question of broadening the colony's fran- j caise row based on ownership of real estate assessed at S240. Trie Trinidad government disclos- ed that it proposed tc devote to protect the colony's cocoa es- tates from wholesale destruction by a virus disease. The U.S. office of defence trans- portation has prohibited the move- ment of circus and carnival trains, effective May 10, as a coal-conser- vancn measure. Prime Minister Chifler of Aus- R I n I fl IT n ft r n Moke if easy for yourseif I Eot right u i ii 11 i 5 corner of a cool "herb garden" window. Use a "dining Jable" fhof drops down oof of fhe way faefween meals And then most imporJcnt of oil puf down a sparkling bright Gold Sec! Congoieam rx.g! its smooth surface is ecsy to ciecn -with the swish of c dctip cloth. And durable! Why, its -wear-layer of heat-toughened point end baked encme! is actually equa? in ffiJcfcness fo 8 cocfs of berf fioor paihf by hand. But -when you buy your Congoleum rug look for the familior Gold Seal. Without it remember! if isn't Congoieum. You'll be surprised how much quality you can buy for so little suoney. Gold Seal Congoieum Rugs product of Congoieum Canada limited, Montreal. or ice cream soda- for S340. Gf course, if you want a dish of ham and eggs iz will set you back tralia. who has been taking part in S85C I feel ncn. carrying arouro j the emoire premiers" in "Lon- a roll of bills that would choke i don. left London bv for "Wash- an elephant. I am not, good ar i ington. After seeinc President Tru- mathernatics. so you can figure j man. Mr. Chiflev will go to Japan, i; cut for yourself. Ail I know where he will talk with Gen Mac- is tnat I can gel Chinese i Arthur. j dollars for one American ooliar. j The room boy is saasfiea with j A week-old strike of 800 London a S200 up and the tailor charged electrical ship repair workers ended me only S700 for pressing ray Mondav following an aereemenr trousers and making a slight re- vnlh their emoloiers. details of pair. The little girl brushed I which were not" disclosed my coat as I left the barber shop seemed much pleased when I her a mere S1GO bill- During a lull in the conversation at a dinner party the hostess was unfortunate enough to emit a loua. rasping hiccup. A Frenchman, sit- ting by her. immediately apolo- profusely, as if ne hac com- Believed to suffered a fa'nf- ing -F-hile preparing breakfast in the kitchen of his Toronto home J Adam Davidson. 37, was found ov- j ereome bv gas and died a few min- utes after being taken to hospital, A iwo-aiarrn fire early Sunday gutted two too floors of" a three- the faux pas. When the j gtorev building on Toronto's down- haa trie Girung-room. tov.-ji Richmord street, causifts dam- mitted the faux pas. laoies hac left the an American asked the Frenchman aee -omldino- estimated at why he hac acted in this manner. "As monsieur knows we are a j chivalrous people." was the reply, a saw that, marjsme was embar- to months late The tercel had the blame on myself. Presertlj' the men jomea tne laases upstairs. After a little while the Amencan tourd himself in conversation with hJs hostess in the j T f correct street name but the wrong numoer. _ f J rial OI lani- dcscnbed iral again The American turned qu.ckly to the assembled guests, anc an- nounced with an engaging smile. "Folks, this one is on Mondav, il Pudolfo "Italy's war cnm- Rome as- on 1 i TO BANISH PIT PERIl. i (United Kinsdom Informaticn 1 Scientific devices in the coal, I mines of South Wales will put a Net loss of S183 069 in the year enced Jan 33 was shown in the an- i nual reoort of Canboo Gold Quartz C> in Var.cou-ver. Toss] i before for depreciation ar.d ceplencr, was Drop of 235 on out Council irvesli- ajigirs at to dust diseases arnonc miners the third week there has After months, rnedical and I been a decrease j social research allied to engineer- ing experiments has convjncec him Resources Minister Glen said Jn that the danger of the dreaded cis- i commons steos would be taken to eases will be eliminated from the rebuild or repair property destroyed cits. Next, month a ward is to or damaged in a fire which recently set s.side at Uancough hospital for yweoi the Assinitxjiap Irdian Re- the first experimental treatrntTt of serve Xo "6 :i Caskatrhewan. Any victims of dust diseases. Dr. jr.etch- suffenns; among the Inaians affect- er hopes that his doctors will sue- j ed oy would be alleviated, ceed in discovering the greatest advance yet a method of accu- rate diagnosis of the disability be- fore it is sufficiently ad-.anced to show on an X-ray said Mr. Glen. TRGES POWER. PROJECT WASHINGTON. May EATON BRA NCH STORE Sykes Imperial Furniture Store SIXTH ST. S. ST. LOUIS FURNITURE FIFTH ST. S. plate at present the onli certain i WASH] way of proving the complaint Dr Counlrj------- Fletcher told the News-Chronicle, i alarming consequences of toe ois- "Ennneenne exDenmer.ts now be- astrous United States coal wicc and other j "Engineering experiments ing tried are showing definite pro- gress Three systems of due sup- pression are proving successful. A new experiment Is neanng comple- tion to attempt not only to cut down the dust on the pit roads but to prevent dust explosion as well So far it has reduced dust density by ninety per cent." strike, coupled with, the disquiet- ing international situation em- phasize the necessity of proceeding with the power development, en- visioned in the Canadian-American agreement on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence ri-ver seawaj project, says Senator George D. Aiken (Rep., .Vt.) Half-Day Wednesday at STORE HOURS: 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Saturday 930 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday 9.30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Information Phone 3727 Eaton's Spring Presentation of LUXURIOUS FURS IN LETHBRIDGE UNTIL STORE-CLOSING SATURDAY, MAY llth, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF AN EATON FUR EXPERT One of the "highlights" of our new Spring "Fur MUSKRAT COATS Truly a fur that offers combined beauty, warmth and lone service! The new muskrat coats offer a choice of dyed Marten, Mink, Sable, Fisher, Kolinsky and Tulip well as the natural color Lovely new styles, priced to Among the other furs are: Hudson Seal iDred Muskrat Coats, from Lamb Coats, Electric Seal iDyed Rabbit) Coats from.................----- American Opossum Coats, from.......................... MouCon Lamb (processed Lamb) Coats, from..... Novelty Coats, from 1 OC and neckpieces' FOUR WAYS TO BUY YOUR COAT AT EATONS: Cash Lay-Away Plan Budget Plan (terms In accordance with Wartime Prices and Trade Board regula- tions) Account Second Floor EATON'S 2-4-D WEED KILLER FEATCKED AT THE TOILETRIES COUNTER A liquid selective Treed, falier Research indi- cates that it destroys ChickTs-eed, Dandelion, Plantain and other com- mon broad-leafed weeds found in lavms Will not harm grass if applied according to curecMons. FoUo-K- directions care- fiOly: Do noi apply to vege- tables, shrubs or flowers. 2 ounces added to gal- lons of -crater sufficient to cover 900 square feet or lawn. 8-ounce bottle 4-ounce bottle 2-ounce bottle Tofletri EATON'S, Main Floor "STRIPED I Yard Women's "Fleet Foot" CANVAS OXFORDS IN BLUE OR FUCHSIA Cool- comfortable summer footwear ideal to wear with play togs! Light canvas oxfords with open toes, semi-wedge heels and platform rubber soles. Sizes 4 to 9. Pair Second Second Floor MEN'S SMART JACKETS Corduroy Combined With Poplin Innkin'r snort iackets made with cotton corduroy fronts, cotton poplin sletes and Pba1ksan7 knitted wool collars, cuffs and waistbands. 5 Zipper-front style with raglan sleeves and rayon lining. Maroon, green or 36 to Each Men's Main Floor liars, cuffs and waistbands. SCRUB TUBS Useful small-size tubs for hand laur.drj or rinsing pur- poses Made from metal -with securely atlacrcd ssde handles About 13 in diameter, 8'- inches cetp. 5Oc OUTSIDE GARBAGE CANS WITH COVERS made garbage cans of galvanized metal Pail style witn securely attached bail handle and close-fitting cover. 15 inches wide, 16 CA inches'high. Each inches wide, OQ inches high. Each EATON'S, Basement T EATON WESTEOM BRANCH STOR E MEN'S WORK SHIRTS IN RED PLAID Colorful shirts for work or for fishing and camp- ing trips Regular coat style roomily made from red cotton plaid with one breast pocket and attach- ed collar. Sizes 1514 to 18. Men's EATON'S. Main Floor ;