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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRTDGE HERALD THURSDAY; MAY ie, 1948 Gouzenko Swore Not to Disclose Names Russian Agents In Canada India Is Third Best Customer _ leor'tac: seen asked thera to ,____._. -B -o gne Canada. M P.. AT.' termer cipher clerk at the e-dence before the royal Tne report Russian embassv now star crovm'iion on espionage. witness iz Canada's spy iesn- in Ontario ports t j Ir.d-a reached S307.- mi-es bad ntner bsenrcade .5174.7S4.wp aKie. Mr." H'-tghes asked if of them ui 1933. rt.s :rcn-. India last a c to :r-e States liif men how Kusr.e, said he had beea ln- for Russia He formed the eccunsnts not motor cars, es, cars." uis Batteries nad not appeared oe.ore ulc be bu -33 to send the said tr. gr.en to MANV "IMPORTS Cn.ef CiEafijua fro -vere tea ;j-e ;ute prj- and anc snci :.uts needs sach soocs -Iesenti, electrical appliances, motor capital Gouzeako sale r.e call r. worked fcrjnoney i activities tney -o'd c- embassy men Aaents firs- Id ed for H :ht thev work f ccm- Increase k. In Freight Rates In theory, communism boiled _ TOFTTY SMART MEN down to the axiom "to each accord- ---or the most part; tne cause o; askec. if had met j in? -o his rrom each accord- this duninisnir-S trailic is cue ver> in Russia the me to his abilities." largely to the present unreasos- Gouzesso said he "and lots of aoly hign freight rates" "vS" Goutsnke, but; other Russians in God." He added a further increase in eomo. here were J He was still on the stand when freisht rstcs would mean that such smartf metL" i court adjourned until Thursday would be even further out of Queried about Dr. David Shugar j morning- line with trucking freight rates and was charged but not. commit- j couid only aggravate the situation. ted for trial. "Gouzenko said tele- i causing tie railways stiil more sent; to Moscow led to his j losses. a thai Shugar was "an rrT LJAKIPV i The minis-er said the wettem ____ _____ provinces wiil oe united in their official 2nc Adams. Bank 01 Can- ada official, all no-sr accused, and Carr. former nauonal organ- i_e- of the labor-Progressive party. "Saz thev did uon kso'vr 01 the "bis of espionage in Canada. Thev only Intetr treat embassy con- been That to talk abotii it. kept for traditsoas sake. as proved Drofitable now to tte ions differ, Xaturailj. opm- ilr. 3arr, a Chicago Netherlanders. for the are back in mdus ilis manufacturer, selected 500 names FLAVOUR'S UFFEREHTt isrrv. When the from a nhone book, sent each a col- Germans invaded helpless Hollars, lar bill" with a letter of explsna- fuel dissopeared with most other j tton. and asked eacn. to reram tne commodities of anv value. So the' dollar phis as much as they carec Dutch resorted to "windmill again, j to give to a fund for buying am- Now it seems that wai necessities i ncial limbs for cripples who replied within 201 dollars. For electric enersy isas cut, uo ov For some, the figures seem to say the invading hordes of Nazis most, that; over four out of live people, estensivelv ail over the Lovr Coun- i are honest and over three oui in -'He irai- five kina-hearted and trustful, j tries in. the war. That should make many reaoers 1 After the surgeon had completed.', very happr. "While the_ same fig- an operation a fire broke out, in j ures could be used to building onposlte ihe catient's vrin- one out of five to be dishonest, sun As fee flames grew nercc the thf failure to receive back 89 col- nurse moved to the "Kindow, es- lars sictplr near. iha. many claitningt peocle cadn't, have a postage stamp _ "T think rd better draiv the cur- tn the house. TKfaj. in. case the patient a-sraees I ilr. Barr had an annealing anc and thinks the ooeration been ingenious idea. But. really, tve hope unsuccessful." _ thai all the up-and-comins profes- j I sonai monev-ralsers acopt, i USE FOK OLD i this olan. It nusht ratse hob -wnth fijoncon Sunday Express) our sales resistance Surplices from pre-war linen nightdresses and cassocks from! The teacher hac lectured on thei black-out materials have -anous facts of Commtinism. Fas- been provided for tne choir of Bus- i cism and Nazism. Then turning cot church. to tne bright;, he sa.d. The "nighties" were remnants cf "Johrny. what you do s. village chanty provicang "goims alt these ismsi" and petticoats for 20 poor women." 1 "Td make them all 1 The garments have not. beer: tus- canie the prompt, reply. i tributed for years They were! _ _ _ _ found in an attic fay the new rector Sandy McTavish and his wife nausea thoughtfully in front of the restaurant bearing a "Dinner Here Frcm 12 to HEAD HUNTER'S SON News Letter) Pastor Sasa Kore. Solomon is- land chief, and son of a head- SIZE: attended the Victorian Con- oOc' ference of Seventh Day Adventists "Coom. Annie." Sandy sCc an- 53 Melbourne. OTicsrlj-. "Three hours' :or A black chief lam with pierced 1 fifty cents is verra reasonable." ears, he was dressed in shirt j ana dark a civilian suit coat. cloth skirt, stockings and polished Bcke sweeter, tastier bread! use FLEISCHMANN'S NO extra steps! Heischraann's fresh active Yeast goes right to work. Makes sweeter, finer bread! And makes it faster! You can be sure of tender, smooth texture lightness delicious flavour erery time! IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist on Eleischmann's fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow label. It's depend- tested favourite for more than 70 years. MADE IN CANADA STOKE HOURS: to PJn. Saturday. 9: 30 a-m. to Information Phone Featuring A Group of Values for Friday Shoppers! Women's Smart Dresses Reduced To Clear! REGULAR TO 'A Grand Variety of Styles in Better Quality Frocks! No reed to suggest early shopping for a value like this! Although we have a soocfauantitv of these dresses, you'll want to have first choice of sizes ana styles. Included" the lor are dressy models for afternoons and informal evenings, tail- TVpes for spectator sports and business wear made UD mmi rich rayon crepe, novelty rayons and a few rayon ierseys. Bright "paint box" hues, black, navy and gay summertime prints I Sizes 14 to 44, and a few out sizes in the lot. A CLEARANCE OF WOMEN'S SUITS Regular to A companion value to please thrift-wise women and sen- ior girls! Fifteen only smar; little suits for early mostly wool tweeds in checked patterns, a few plain woollens and wool worsteds included. Two-piece tailored styles to suit everyone! Sizes 14 to 20 in the lot. Cash Pnces, 2-piece FIVE JTCNDRED SI BILLS (Christian Science Monitor) A native patrol olficer rescued, Sieryone who hears abovst George him from a turnirg house when he Bazr's experiment with 500 collar -s-as three veaxs old. i bills has ideas about it and wants i He has mastered typewriters.! ------------------------------------------j duplicators, printing, ana five' lawruases. inducing English, but prefers to make speeches through i an interpreter. He was ordained an Adventist nur.ifter in 1337, i When whre missionaries were evacuated from the islancs duniig the uar Rore becair.p suoemsor of 20 ar.d 700 followers on i Guadalcanal Islard. Tre dear Jacy had used a cuol-.c for the first time and had en en the ouerator cuite a lot of trotib'.e After her cz'.l. sr.e dialled "O" and "Tharfc you so fo- tC-l troub'e you'ie rip two- pence ir; the for i HAPPENED iTO THE GOLBETE? The golceye is Manitoba's ntost. famcjs VCL. find it on tne menu in cars ard i res'aurarts But ;.ou may not it there much lor.ier for The 1 is ;n trouble W.ty? Biologists don't vet kr.ow The catch in roir.e J.rani- tocn seems "o be uo ueK. aHiowir? for ycar-to- fluctuations. But in La'se V.'ir.rjpee. the source of fanrlv, the catch plurr.n'etec from t 22S "00 pounds sn 1933-39 to 17 TOO in 19-4-45 OrcinanSv folution would be ;o brcec more fictj arc restcck tre ,17-te B'5P it to go'.deve. hsicher-. men are naffied. Ur- hkc pickerel and game spccKf it roesn t to the iiyual techr.ioue The eggs simply i will rot hatch. Sciertifts ytispect that the re- procuctive p'-cx-c.-w of the golceje rr.av be radicallv different from thVt of other But thev are rot rure. Thej re busj trjing to lino out. suit- to Women's Second Floor MEN'S BELTS HALF PRICE! Regular SI.00 Each Dandy belts to -wear with summer trousers, shorts or slacks. Made from cotton web- bing with leather tongue and metal buckle, ilaroon, brown and blue sizes 30 to 38. Half Price, each........... OvIC Men's 3Iain Floor REMNANTS CLEAR! ONE-QUARTER TO TWO-YARD LENGTHS Always a popular feature for thrifty women who like to sew at home! A group of clearance-priced remnants including useful pieces of -aoollens. rayons and cottons in plain colors and smart for trimmings, small garments and accessories. About 36 to 54 caches wide. lOe to Bress Second Floor BOYS' "FLEET FOOT" RUNNING SHOES Heavy weignt canvas running shoes in boot style witn cork insoles, non-marking ruo- ber soles. Blue or brown 1 flj 1 7 C to 5. Paj: 2) A {3 EATON'S. Second Floor MEN'S 3-PIECE TWEED SUITS Donegal-Type Mixture in Sand Shades Splendid suits for everyday in summertime They're sporty in appearance, serviceable and priced for eco- nomy! Nicely tailored from cotton and wool Donegal-type twee'ds in three-piece style with single-breasted three-button coat, regular vest and one pair of trousers with dropped belt loops. Cotton and rayon lin- ings. Sizes 36 to 44. Cash Price, 3-piece suit T Budget Plan Terms, in accordance with Wartime Prices and Trade BoM-d regula- -'tions, may be arranged if desired on clothing S15.00 and over. r of trousers with dropped belt Men's Chauffeur HATS Regular Lightweight caps suitable for bus or truck drivers. Made from cotton or rayon material lined with cotton and finished icnth glossy celluloid peaks. Green or black broken size range. 95c Men's Cotton Corduroy JACKETS Regular Thrlit-pnced jackets of cotton corduroy some plain, others fin- ished with knitted cot- ton cuffs, collars and vraistbands. Zippered or buttoned Jronts. two slash pockets, lined or unlined. Fawn, blue, green, brown broken Each Men's EATON'S, Main Floor A Clearance of Table Lamps with Pottery Bases, and Shades BOUDOIR SHADES 'Secondi Dcr.'t tnis opportunity to save on that new '.amo vou'ie oeen wanting! These lamps all- white "potter-, bases of attractive as "seconds" cue to siisht defects in glaze or materials are complete with good-looidng shades of parchment-like paper. See tnem Lamp and Third Floor HALF PRICE! BOUDOIR LAMPS LESS SHADES NECKWEAR AT A SAVING! Here's a dandy selection of attractive white neck- wear to add smartness to dark-colored frocks or suits! Stvles from V or round necklines in cotton pique or or- and lace-trimmed stvles. Each I iJC Main Floor BOYS' RED KNEE SOCKS Add charm and soft lighting to your bedroom with these smart little and they're just half regular price, too! An attractive design with glass bases and silver-colored Lamp only, HALF PRICE u ivii.ii urtscs Inexpensive socks for your.g lacs' summer wear. Knit from yarns reinforced at heels and toes and finished with turn-down cuffs. Red- sizes 6 to 952. Pair 32c Main Floor EATON C WESTERN BRANCH STORE .NFWSPAPFRf nFWSPAPFRI ;