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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY THE HERALD AGE Toronto Continues To Heat Schools Ramsay to Contest Morse By Election TORONTO. May Without passing anv formal resolution, board of education decided last rugnt to roaintain heat in city ichools until specific is received from Ot- tawa on its plea that schools be exempt from the federal order ban- rung use of soft coal in schools and other public institutions in Ontario acs! Quebec. The board chairman, W. R. Cock- bum had announced immediately on ivord of the federal order Tues- day that the ban ou coal -eras "sallY" as it applied to schools and that the order would be ignored so far as schools are concerned. The meeting of the full board last night decided scnool care- takers trail be pennmed to main- tain but at as low a tem- perature as possible without jeopar- dizing the health of some pupils. "In refusing to obey this order I beheied I was do- ing the right" Mr. Cpckbum said last night. "It iras sioiplv a question of safeguarding the health of our children. This board has been most co-operative wish Ottawa because for some weeks now -ae haie placed restrictions on the amount of fuel to be useu. We cut i off heat to STSlmming pools more than a month ago and as 9 conser- vation measure bank the fires at night and again in the mornings af- ter the class-rooms are heated." KEXEASED BY ABDUCTORS CHICAGO. May tives said today Edward P. Jones, wealthv negro and purported boss of "oohcy" gambling in Chi- cago, had been released by abcuc- tors who kidnapped him last Sat- urdav. They said the 50-year-old negro "safe and sound" but did not sav 'wrhetner a ransom had been paid. ___ May Rupert B." Ramsay, 48-jear-old leader of the Progressive Conserva- tive party ia Saskatchewan. las. night, -si-as nominated to contest the Morse- constituency by-election, ex- pected late ia June. The made necessary bv the resignation of S. M Spidell. C.CJF. member, is expected to be contested by both, the ano. the Liberal party. In accepting nomination. Air- Ramsay said that the chief Issue be "an answer to the C.O.F. government whether the people visa continuance of socialistic B. Martin of Parkbeg. was also nominated but he poJiiical eyes of Canada oa Morse constituency for aie nest six weeks, Mr. Ramsay saio. He did not beheve that oO per cent of C.C.F. members were So- cialists, but they were "just against things as they hate been, as to some extent most ol us have beea. Elections AMSTERDAM. May Holland's electorate balloted to flu 100 in the lower house of parliament today in the couatrys first general elections since 1931. Prime Minister William Schermer- horri's Socialist party of labor was forecast as the probable winner of a plurality but not a majonty of the seats. RETIREMENT ANXOWCED OTTAWA. May headquarters today announced the retirement of Brig. John Godfrey Spragge, 39, D.SO., O.B.E.. of To- ronto, who was decorated for gal- lantry while leading the Queen's Own Rifles in the Normandy fight- ing. He later commanded the 7tli Infantry Brigade in northwest Eurooe.' In Police Court Changing his plea to an admis- sion of guilt when he appeared in city police court Friday morning on a charge of ualawfullv having litjuor in otner than nis pro ate residence, Charles WjJUiam Gartner of bndge vas fined and costs- Thursday he pleaded not guilty and was remanded. CxM Bumhard Bentsea of Jjeth- hndge admitted failure to have a timer's license and was fined and Si costs. In Royal Canadian Mounted Po- lice court, Hans Larsen of Shaugc- nessy pleaded guilty to being in- toxicated in a public place and was fined and S6 costs. John. Vaselenak of Coaldale ad- mitted operating an unregistered motor vehicle and was fined S3 and S3 cosss. A similar penalty was imposed against Etna Haices of Iron Springs when he admitted a, like oSence. Frederick Cassiday of drew a S3 fine for operating an un- registered motor vehicle Sne of and S3 costs for failing to a chauffeur's license while ooeraung a commercial vehicle. Ee Hangs Self At Pinchcr Corral fHiCSSS. of Frank Alampi. Jr.. aged 25 years, a resident of Coleman. was found hanging from the town corral here at 8'39 o'clock: Fwday rooming. Tne discoverr was made by Alex The deceased had been residing in Psncfcer for only a few days and is to hare appeared de- spoadent. The death being a clear case of _ suicide, no inquest will b-> held arid and just the right jaze. the harder it was to believe That told nun. about the the first time they had stopped over st the Smiling Pool on their way to their summer home fartner north and Peter had happened to be there. Solly had appeared first. Then llrs. Soliy had joined She said that sne had oeen look-1 thaa once he had seen xeeters ing around the neighborhood in nest. It was oa" the ground ana search of old nests and it was I wasn't much of a nest. A slight hollow had been lined with a few those Sandpipers had Peter knew something Sandpiper family, or thought he oid. He had knowa Teeter the Spot- ted Sandpiper for a long time. More fun to look around. "Did you find any asked blades of grass or a leaves and the eggs had been laid, the eggs folks Peter aa his niost polite manner. j Oa these "Yes indeed, replied But for Mrs. Solly. "A couple were such, good nests tnat mey are a tempta-J uoa. Yes, sir, they are a teaapta- Uon. Thev are splendidly made wouldn't hare known it nest! He remembered where last year's nest had been. He went over to look at it. There no nest, no sign of a nest. "I didn't shink there would be. Nests on the ground don't last. Anyway such poor nests Sand- pipers make don't. So how can Mrs. Solly find any nests to tempt her to stay? She said Peter to himeelf. Ke started up Toughing Brook into the Green Forest. Peter ia ecrtete wondered if would a tree. He looked up the old As he did left it, dtoap- peaizcg the blinked. It had looked like one of those Sandpipers. -It is my eyw. footed mattered Peter. (Copyright, IMS, by T. The next story: Rumor." HMOS A remains have forwarded toj Coleman for burial. Deceased was unmarried Did Peter's Eyes Deceive Him? Through wrong belief find youTl Towing an unlicensed trailer used for hauling goods on a highway brought John Till of Shaughnessy a fine after he pleaded guilty. Harrv Dow of Diamond City was fined S3 and costs for operating a motor vehicle with inadequate jrakes. TtK best of eyes to truth made Mother Kar fc." v Only blue in the rinse PREVENTS CLOTHIS TURNING YELLOW! icpsstsd whitest white begins to fade, to turn dingv and yellow. No amount of rubbing or scrubbing restore the original snowy newness. It cannot be restored by washing but a. swish or two of Reddle's Bine in the final rinse water will do it erery time. So to keep your white things fluays white, remember Bine in the rinsing. RB-I! RECKITT S BLUE PREVENTS CLOTHES TURNIKG YELLOW Mounted Police Cases Concluded Several charges have been heard in district Royal Canadian Mounted Police court in tfe past few days. John Joseph Waldner of Brad- shaw, charged under the Criminal Code of Canada wish uttering forged documents, was fined S25 and costs and ordered to restitution of S53.75. when he appeared before Police Magistrate ML T. King at Havmond. On a second charge un- der the Criminal Code, that of forgery, he was fined an additional ?25 and costs. For charging excessive rent, con- trary to the Wartime Prices and Trade Board Regulations, Chester R. Laing of Ponoka was fined S3 and costs when he appeared before Justice of the Peace E. H. Mack at Claresholm. A fine of and costs was levien against Jack P. Stiles. Granurn, when he appeared before PoUce Magistrate "c. J. Amundsen at daresholm on a charge under the Criminal Code of Canada of reck- less driving. COXBtrCT FUNERAL Christecsen Bros, funeral chape was filled Thursday afternoon at final rites for the law William Podborski. who passed away in EQ- moaton recently. Representatives of the local iin.on aaruci- nated in the service and floral tri- butees were beautiful. Interment was in the Mountain View ceme- tery. Lethnridge. Pallbearers -were close friends of tne deceased: A Dongattf, Pete Zasadny, M. Zasadny M. JarokcEky, Sam Fichura, Kick Dudaarok. COLDWEtl, SUGGESTS LESS ICE CREAM, IJQTJOK OTTAWA. May call for a tighter food conservation progran for Canada to permit the shipmen of larger sutrolies to food-short Eur- ope vpas sounded last night la thr commons by M. J. ColdweH, CC.5 leader. Speaidng during consideration o agriculture estimates, Mr. Coldwei said he personally felt Canaca. should do more to celp the peoples of Britain and Europe, al- though she had done a. good job thus far. He said Canadians cculd cut down their food consumotion. They could This savin? of Old Mother Xa- ture's !s true. As folks think so they are Ukely to see. When they see things other than as they be- ieve them to be they too often think their eyes have fooled Peter size for he "Eight, size to set up Sng in. I doubt that I wsii find any better nests a? home if I fmd any as good. That ss they are a explained Mrs. Soliy. -Do you Peter. Solly interrupted. "Sixe means thai they are a temptation to stay here instead 01 going on up Eorth. That is it, isn't it, my said ner trim- looking ma'ie. Mrs. Solly nodded. "That Ss Just it." she agreed. For a moment or two Peter con- tinued to be Then he un- derstood. get he cr.ed. don't, ouild a nest yourself, but use an old nest of some one else. That's it, isn't "Of course." replied the two Sandpipers together. "Why should ve so to the work of budding a nest there are j unoccupied nests to ce nad for the! taking and better nests than we it is difficult to see the truth even when one of Great World today. j ered reason for not doisg it. The tr friends worked so hard each trS acquaintance of Solly the Solitsry j Sandpiper and Mrs. Solly. For CJOC Daily Programs 1COO KCS. FR1D4.Y, MAY 17 of Good Cheer. O'clock Favorites. and meal News., Mood. Pages of Melody. Death at Work. tztune. Xews Summary. Round-Up. Praine Schooner. Time. Cote Choristers. that Make Xews. Moderne. Report World News the Atom. Hospitality. Program. Serenade. Orchestra. OFF. and "Did you find any nests'? Peter in his most polite way asked GRUIN CURVIX MIRACLE The of a Green Cnrrer is trident to every discerning but that's onlv half the story of Cunrex excellence. Only a Gruen cao be a. Currex, a Gruea creation. In the Curvex, the patented curved movement curves to fit the wristform case- This provides room for large, sturdy working parts. Top flight fashion designers recendf named Gruen Currex "the world's best styled nests of the year before were still in good condition and needed little fixing to be used again. "Peet-weet! Peet-weet" I'tn go- ing over to the Big said Mr. Sandpiper, and away he flew. Peesxareetl I'm go- Ing to look around some more." cned Sandpiper, and au-ay she flew and disappeared among the trees along Laughing Brook. Peter remained right where he was for a little while, thinking things over. The more he thought THE GRUEN DEALER HAS THfM THERE IS ONE IN TOUR DISTRICT S SIAY IS Upper Ciub. News. Upper Ciub. Moments. Report and Morning Melodies. in the Airlane. in the Wild wood. MAY NEVER SELL GAS TO (1. S. TOURISTS do with a little less ice cream and those who liked their liquor could do with less malting barley. from Across the Sea. Children's Hour. Melody Mustangs. Morning Neighbor. Show, Lounge. News. Tune Novelties. Age His Heview. Program. w rooo A TOP TUME vt TOP -OH w TEX BEMEKE wtm THE GUM MILLER ORCHESTM TEX BENEKE Here's a beautiful ballad, cleverly arranged and played with smooth dancing rhythm. Tex and The Crew Chiefs sing the refrain. Your Victor Record dealer will gladly play this new hit tune for yew. Hear it soon, Also ONI MORE TOMORROW (from ffce fito. "One More Tex BeneJke with the Glen Miller Orchestra Both on VICTOR RECORD No. 20-1835 j i i i 75e. -LOOK TO VICTOR RECORDS FOR THE NEWEST HITS. Arm Just a SPELLBOUNO (Sna Rfa> CONCERTO (feewtJ