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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY HTTLER LEGEND 4- Still Has Strange Hold on Germans Bv HAL BOYLS so-retr-aes be didn't know quite BJ-RIt-N" Slav J west he -ass c.o_---g tier, alive or" dead, is becociing i There is no to German to'hare Hitler esck. bat even those o- F-iedncb. who caa glao be- ISE t eloadv be-i-g s_s a war criffi-ssL. Uie -Caus-iBEUEVE HITLEK DEAD Highlights In The News] Bank Appeal Is Allowed s-tiai-i -Alk-h-i v- -i-tsv. bas s strange hold upcr. Most HrJer is dead in his shack. tbe a-Lecaons o- ce-ea. fboaexer. .-.ere are t_-ioi__sai.ds who "j Maur.ce Jenks. 73. lord U-s-.or Italy's grain reserves -.HI be anay and air force stations and. in- j the Rvti-C-e radio dustiial war plants the j dominica. War Assets Corporauon announced. The Eire has prohib-' "of the ad- of pharmacy, anttoanc- __ m Montreal the award of grams totalling: more than S4.0CX) to pro- mote the ssudij of pfaarc-aey ill Caa- the semng of bread at Georse ear-old bach- elor of" lie Lac La __tiche c_striCt. CALGARY. ..lay M- Keyes, by lus own coaduct in negotiating his post-dated die-pie at. main Calgary branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, -au-lified the post-datii-g it ruled bv ti_e Alberts court of ap- j Written judsaients by Chief Jus- j tice Horace Harvey. Sir. Justice j Frank Ford an.. Mr. Justice H. H-. parents led their cunous offspring to the long miute room in the pic- nic pavilion, nhicn has been set aside for the curious. Here are cause sample questions ana. ansmexs: Q. What color is a zebra tuthoul its stripes? A. Cream v Q. What is the difference be- tween apes and monkevs? ss EXTRA FRESH BREAD I ac-3. They included grants to Uni- J allo-aed the appeal of i of Alberta. S500: and C On appeal: bv the at eral's depart_i-e--.t. tise court of ap- peal m Toronto ordered ..he ser.ter.ce I of William Gonda increased to tiie i maxumun. of six months He had egg? about 6 IE length. 5 lEciies m dia- and a'ejfifcss about turessty J times more than a hen's egg. Q. Wfcere do the zoo's lions ana j -.-.epi-uuus come from? i j Macdcr-ald JB supreme court Jan. J fjje ijQjy. aj-e from Africa and i j 11 last -vhicb toad awarded the' elephaE-S Ixssi India a_2d Af- Hovai 3aak of Canada against a; Nash." U-ttvera'y of "xta'aitoba, i judgment of Mr. Justice Hugh Jo-sn for post-graduate studies. to police" that Gonca had taken her to area a room and gi.en her se.eral dnnks i plaint-ff and costs a_.a__as; ..he Roj-al I Q. How do -sangaroos Mr, Justice W. A. Macdocald j A. T-_.e -sanie way little boys concurred mth liis -ir-_n-..abers! jump They just fiex their jn-iscl-S of the appellate division in alSosiag and _saa_p, j Q. How far can a tthale jump 'an. 8. 1945. drew a j out of cheque on his account -__. the Koya! j A. i.or of Mrs. J. _L Mundy jump Whales ha.e been known clear out of the -isier. Fleecing Buying Public No Crime In Italy and Black Market Flourishes The Bucharest radio said Ho- the -55..--t---sh in e-ele in Oae person was killed and at of liquor. I purchase. The cheque of Montreal's homicide j Jan. S. ?o, a i j .i -.-fctvii at of 52.000 to carry out a restaurant 1 sponsihle for the arrest of Jean Marcel Brunei. 28. and Arthur j ters end shop clerks all ha.e line.? Italisns li'-e i-. whole or ta ar: bv 'black deals. i of an abnormal person. Ibra- I ci.T'de fai c-n-rent-ration of tHem I ___. -rn -O--3 I By SOSS fCsnacia.! Press Staff Wr-.teri EO-VIB. May Iraly's tremendoa-. "O-fick mar_tet is rentals were peg- 7 i .or a. :cS; as Present i You go cu: m'o n-tarker-p-ac.? tenants in occupancy. settJ-tie lire to it She was aud buv as von would Two cf _-PV friends work m same ei-se- or'yoa so mto a '.o ojje now 39 cents a eat and "drink you tslease for rent; __he ciher pajs S32.50 for almost ide-itical count in the Canadian Bank of Commerce, to countermand pav- sat. he found it had been certi- aad that Mrs. Muatiy had S2.000 by cheque from account in the ihev can stav ucder water for for- ty-five minutes. T_sierne-c----s "aeeping wossen who desperately need homes has so ojstressi-1... that .he Nev.- South hO-iS-UDg commission has taken females off the job acd as- signed the task to men. A corn- msssioa official saic recently that women officers often broke down ana cneo themselves when to harrowing tales. The Svc- long as you money. One-third of the national ine last, less than 503000000.- "ire j Yust. edi-or-in-cc-ief of Sncjclo- sooc-s ui short supply. pecia Bntsncrca. p-ablications, said i t; pest-war Italy, without physicist, i is not 2 crime. 3ut what, goes on Comment- in Italy in the open would artic'e in the Sone: peri- msrke. EnT..-nere e-se present-day .-Sirope Lack of n-sc-spon; crepancies in ent localities, to remain r_ghr where they are. .vfco died in 3905. In Sicily one is ..aid to cart oranges from the groves Foreign Secretary sewn favors an i Bank of j nev -shorta-f- is so acute thit; inquiries for homes exceed 400 daily. ONTARIO AUCTION SALE (Fort William Ti-nes-Joarnan Sam Grummeit held an auction sale the other day oa his farm at Maxwell. Ont., north of Duncalk. A loader which Sam bousht ago for sold for a 21-jear-oid mower id hacd for was sold for S22. A set of har- Fresh active yeast goes right to work! No lost extra steps. Gives sweeter, tastier bread smooth ness! IB YOU BAKE AT flOME- always use Reiscnmann's aclivt, fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow labeL Dependable for more than 70 years Canada's tested favourite. MADE IN CANADA rows bought 13 jears ago for and cow-s up to sows brought S30 at the sale and a culti- and 30 young pigs sola for S62s.oO. vator which cost when pur-1 Such goings-on out in the back chased 21 rears ago -was bid up to concessions certainly a cecm- Yearling cattle sold for touch of the fantastic.________ m od-cal Xew Times saying the E.-.- tc decide whether motion o.ctures tea sunobes -nil result sre suitable for their children and ration in- to guide thestre marageis is from oas oui.ce to I choosing films, the motion picture out-ce-5. the ministrv of commerce censorship ana theatre inspection announced. (The United Kingdo-n! brancn of the Ontario treasury de- ration is three ounces a f j partment plans to classuy all mo- non pictures submitted to it. nounced. rndav. The debate may be hela Ottawa aty council defeated bv a i 15-7 a resolution by alaerman I Roy Oonaldson which would have j prevented exchange of housing ac- i ccmmodaiton in Ottawa for similar! accommodation in otner cities. Louis Arthur 23-year- At San Hemo. gambling resort on the Italian Hiviera they reach 21 cents 3. ocund while ac Tei-tin-iglia. on the Italo-Frenc-i border jusi 14 miles furthcr on. they are 30 cents. Of tons of flour produced In Italy last rear. 250.003 tons dis- appeared in the black market. sa> PLAX EXD FLOGGING IjOXDOX. May 1 All-.forjns of Cogging, corporal pun- and penal servitude, under which men are sentenced to special pen settlement for major crimes .11 be aaolished fa. Bntaia shortly tfnited Nations Hsiief and Henabill- i if oarliaraeni encoi-ses a bill whicii tatiO-i Ad-Himstration officers j Horns Secretary Chuter J5de will m- Tirtuallv evervone i-i Italy sup- trocuce in the house _of commoas plements his mcbme by tracing "on [-lexs. au-uaxa, it -eras learned here the sice" in something. Clerks, por- Monday. Howdoijou rate as a hostess f The good hostess always deserves compli- ments at refreshment time. And you'll take a bow every tine you serve Batunert Cream Cheese, because it's the perfect party cheese; Guests love creamy, goodness on crackers, on celery, on open-faced sandwiches. Try all three Relish and Plain. They're all swell! Moscow radio reported a Russian i i ball bean-igs A 16-i ear-old youth from nortn- replace jewels em Aioerta, nho Calgary police ____ ______ __ _ t-fac altemotec to rob the cashier at the old gu-iman caotured bv DoLce 10 -_-_.. placed i Variety Theatre, Friday afternoon.' days ago after several gifa battles, in a matchbox, was reported to be' was remanded to Thursday by Mag- may i-aie his nght leg amputated, C Sinclair Monday wi_a- hospital authonnes said in Mont- ij millimetres. Dr. W A. -E-idcell. Canadiac bigc commissioner to Xew Zesla-id lor the last six years, left Aukland for Cenads aboard the Isncr Mbp- terev. He is going on leave of ab- sence before retirement from public life. An increase In fares ana freight rates probably fay istrate D. C Sinclair Monday out tne charge being read. Magis- trate Sinclair said he wished 10 spesk with Juvenile Court Judge A. G. Bond before accepting jurisdic- tion. A ulea for "patience and stem resolution" bv empire youth curing the years of txr-st-war reconstruc- tion "will be mace by the Earl of Gowne. president of the Empire 1-ii vji. sixth present, expected to in s. message to the go into effect; in the TJcitec King- "t of Empire' ir_ Trail to be held at 1 crease since December, wnen Canada pnncess Elizabeth will be present" and Prime iimister Mac- kenzie King has oeen invited to as- teno. a one-sixth, use was permitted. One thousand Dutch soldiers be- gan unloading strike-bound shius in Amsterdam Monday after an ap- neal br Prime rvEnister "WiHem Schencerhom brought only 100 volunteers from the ranks of 2500 idle dockers. At Rotterdam volun- teers unloaded ships. A flash, of lightning in. a storm early yesterday shattered UOGO panes of glass, rloped open water tanks and hurled chunks of iron from kitchen stoves across rooms in Watforc, Herts, on out- skirts. Bermuda's sovernor. Sir Eslph Leathani, informed the legislative assembly that informal discussions between the British colonial office ana tbe various colonies concemea be held in TnmaaG next month to discuss the use of civil aircraft of bases leased to the United States under the destroyer-bases deal of 19iO. In a simple ceremony at a. city council meeting in Ottawa night, the King's Police anc real. Le-.esque. shot in the chest bv a police bulel; at iae tune of his "back to the also suf- fered a fracture of the right knee he was hit by a patrol car. I i For the first time since the end of hostilities. German and Italian-bora j men and" women were acnutted to i United States citizenship Monday. Reconversion Director John W. Snyder reported that U.S colleges can. iiandle fewsT than half the Americans who want to en- roll this falL He suggested that President; Truman name a national _ commission, of higher education to j study the matter. Two United States army air bases buiis at 2. cos. of S25 000_OOQ were transferred to the Cuban govern- ment Monday as the islanc celebrat- ed the- 44th. anniversary of its in- dependence. lasi; A vis- to Guernsey Island result- men's Service Medal was presented ed in six years' unnrisonment by the Germans for Rev. "W. H. Cassop, 72. former port chaplain at Que- bec and Anglican rector of Levis, who arrived in jiontreal aboard the cargo liner Manchester Trader. The court of Canada has to the wife of Detecme Thomas Stonemaa of the Otiawa force. The medal iras awarded posthumously after the -was shot in a street gun battle last October. Gfllis and his family of -.r diismissed motions for leave to ap- Truro, X.S.. had their nome peal by two members of Jehovah's i to the ground while tney were help- Witnesses of Canada who claimed sag a next-door neighbor, MHtg- exemption from military call-up j Blair, fight 2. blaze at ms .bouse lair fire lEgec j regulations on the grounds of being ministers of a religious denomina- j non. The court held it had no jurisdiction. I Federal labor Minister Mitchell said in an address last night at Stratbroy Ont_ that lifting of all j pnce controls at this time "would mean sudden rum for hosts of f aimers and other workers." He spo-tp to the Wes. iSddlesex liberal Association. Sta'e Secretary Paul Martm told delegates tc the annual conference of the Canadian Association fcr Adult Education at Queen's While the Blair fire areged bree2e carried a spark in an open vine-ow of the Gulis l-on-e sna set fire to the curtam. Hepre-sentatives of 26 Canadian educational and citizenship organi- zations on Monday began a .iour- day conference at Queen's Umver- sitv in Kingston on conunumty oe- velopment. E. A. Corbett, director of the Canadian Association ior Adult Education, said the confer- ence is the most important non- governmental education meeting ever held in Canada. A petition requesting increased sty that the United Xatioc? "will j placement allowances for Japanese assure peace if we want it to j moving from relocation camps in and will succeed if w e. as ra- j British. Columbia was sent from .......Vancouver Monday to the Dominion government. Members of Slocan Valley Nisei organization said tne .rvrt SIT. JfOBTH BAY PIONEER DEAD NORTH BAT, Ont.. May man came to this area in 1881 with only an axe and a grub stake, built the first log cabin on, the site of what was to become the city of JSdrth Bay, rose to oe mayor of the city he had founded and became a legendary figure in tije ttirbuteat early life of northern Ontario. John Ferguson. 86, died Monday at his home. The city immediately Tsrent into official mourning for Mr. Fer- guson, served as mayor for four consecutive and was a member of tne city council for 18 years. .LEFT HAND CORNER {Continued from Front Page.) Pasteurized for your protection dividuals, work toward that end" Americans formed 90 per Gen: of the buyers at second big fur sale at Beaver Hall in London since the f JT market reopened. The furs sold by the Hudson's Bay Com- pany brought about tne same as at the first big sale. Canada's fuel shortage has been petition requests an allowances from S120 increase of for married couples, for single adults and for eacn child to S250 for mar- ried couples. S260 for single adults and S50 fcr each dependent. The Royal Society of Canada Teheved oy approximately i urged at- a meeting in Toronto that tons of coal, quantities of fuel o-I. I t-ne national museum at Ottawa be cordwood end domestic charcoal, j put or a "proper basis" and that made available by the closing of jjje federal government appoint a board of trustees to control and de- velop it. The society also urged that a national library be set up, to assure copyright books and im- portant periodicals would be avail- able by loan throughout the Domin- ion. Twelve Canadians in the field of cf the society. They include Dr Make your nee cake frora i recipe on ifae Swans Down pack- own recipe, iridi S-Jraas hszr folks Swaas Dewa tikes are ferVr, ooi-ssr, more nselnagiT render -wins wonderfc! keeping Even Ttben yoc a-nst skiop ooljctw, sbonening, sugar or eggs, are Hshr, veJvety-cni-_-.-bed and -wiai Swans Doira! M-Usd from the heart of cboke Caoadizn -wbeat, Swxns Dowa Is sifted and re-sifted throcgh silk, cntil even tai 27 times as cse as ordinary Sour. Bepaser or e-cpert, bake a bcrtcr caie widi Svans Dem. IF A CAKE IS WOltTH MAKIN6, IT'S WORTH MAKING WITH Doivn FLOUR A frodiKt ef Gererai remains unaisclosed) was reproved! by a member of the staff of the Duke of Gloucester, the governor- general, for smoking a pipe at a government function. It was re- portea that Mr. Chifley later spoke to the auke about it and "it is now accepted that an Australian may smoke lus pipe anywhere, oncfe it i cas been announced that gentlemen i mav smoke." j This is a heartening victory for pipe-smokers, whose womenfolk generally maintain the pipe is a j prettv strong weapon in the, smoker's armory and should be j used only in the solitude of the cellar or the airiness of the out- I coors. But even with Australia's i tn-imph, it may be some tune be- fore the pipe gets a high, social status in this country. j But there are hopes for the pipe, j Is is not so many years ago that j cigarette smoking in the presence of women was deemed to be a so- dally low practice. But todaj! i Women outstrip men in cigarette j cot-sumption, and even grandmother has cigarette stain on her fingers, j a reliable i R F. Shaner of Alberta If this can serve as example, the cay may not be so j far off when women take to the I pipe. When that happens, one may j be sure the pipe will become so- i cially acceptable. Men don't realize I it. but it is their womenfolk who make the social rules, keep their foot down and see that they are j observed. j v_rhen heaaiKaster Joseph McCul- Two eye-finesses saio they sa's- j ]CT of p3Cverint. College re-urnec I-ouis Kendnnk Story. recently f roin the United Kingdom air force sergeant, drive a jeep and the students of the acute from an Amsterdam cafe last food scaratv existing there, tcey Jan. 19 -with Pte. Stefan Kolesar of i decided to do something about it Edmonton and Vancouver and Pte The masters and upper school John Meri-ley of Gravenhurst. Out i have organized a program of "re- as passengers. The wo Msrie lief meals" designed to help the Huisman and Andriauus Knapp i food shortage. This "relief meal" tcstifving in Amsterdam at the ciiiitarv trial of Kolesar. charg- ed the murder of Stori the night, of Jan. 19. is eaten once a and consists of a glass of milk, one slice of bread, a bowl of soup and one poached egg. The ftuaerts estin-ate schools across up snmlar cheese factory purposes. Funeral services for Dr Andrew Charmichpcl 81. of Bawlf. Alia, uho died in Edmonton Sunday wil! be held Wednesday. A of Spencemlle. Ont. Dr. Carmichae'. was a graduate of Queen's Uiuver- city, Toronto, and practised in On- tario for 18 years before cc-iung west to Edmonton in 1908 He later moved to Baivlf where he practised until his death. A member of the RC.AP. draft aboard the liner Aqiutama when TOFNGSTERS HARRT ZOO <_OZ EXPERTS 'New York Tunes) Cunous children and their par- ents had a field dav yesterday har- rvir.g experts at the Bronx Zoo's Question House with about 800 questions that covered every phase of animal life. It was the season's ODemng day for Ouestion and the ouenes sent the experts scurrving for their books Anvone uho has ever volun- teered to "explain" matters animal, mineral or vegetable to ronior will appreciate the relief with which Half-Day Wednesday at STORE HOURS: 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Saturday 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday 9.30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Information Phone 3727 SEWING ACCESSORIES Here are the -gadgets and fixings" youll need to make your home sewing easier and more successful: Lightning" FASTENERS A good assortmen.; and colors. to 36-inch of sizes From 6 lengths. Each 25c M 75c NOVELTY BUTTONS Interesting new buttons for summer sewing Variety of colors, shapes and sizes! 5c, lOc, 15c BETTER QUALITY BUTTONS Cleverly designed arfi maoe from plastic. Each ..15c to45c SEAM BINDING Eayon tape for a neat- er finish on seams and hems. Choice of col- ors. 5-yard spool ISC DRESSMAKER STEEI, PINS Approximately 1-ounce box ..........15c Approximately 4-ounce bos 35c SAFETT PEN'S Card of 12 5C "MASCOT" SAFETT PINS Small gilt-finish pins, six to a 2 cards 5c SEWING NEEDLES Darning, embroidery and regular sizes. Package .........5c PTJAMA ELASTIC 1-in. width Yd. 20c TAPE ME4SUMES 60 inches long. lOe and 35c SHOULDER PADS For dresses, 15c, 2Oc and 25c For coats, pair .-IOC Main Floor SHOP NOW FOR THE HOLIDAY, FRIDAY, EMPIRE DAY, MAY 24th! WHITE FLANNELETTE ABOUT 36 INCHES WIDE Better quality flannelette suit- able for infants' needs, for cosy nightwear, for linings and quilt backs, or for warm sheets "Woven from cotton, softly nap- ped on both sides and bleached to snowy white- ness Second Floor MEN'S COTTON AND RAYON JERSEYS WHITE Just what you want for cool comfort on the tennis court, gclf course or in jour own back- yard! Glossy white cotton and rayon jerseys in pullover style with short sleeves ana crew Eecklire. Small, medium and large. Men's EATON'S, Main Floor MEN'S ZIPPERED SLIPPERS JUST ARRIVED! A new lot of these popular slippers for mer.s lounging com- fort! Romeo style with brown leather uppers, zippereo front fastening, leather soles and rub- ber heels Sizes 6 to 11. Second Floor KIDDIES' DRILL OVERALLS SIZES 2 TO 6 YEARS Serviceable overalls for the youngsters' p.aytin_e hours! Th'ey're mads from co-ton drill material in regular bib style with shoulder straps and drop seals Choice of red, bine or brown. Each Juvenile Wear EATON'S, Second Floor GRASS SHEARS Precision-bull; shears for trimming the edges of vour lawn Light-weight, with keen steel blaces and comfortable handles. Side-opening type, blade, each "Ezy-Cuf with 5-inch blades, each........................ HEDGE SHEARS Keep your hedge smartly tnmmec this summer with a pair of these candy shears with wooden grips on the hancles ard keen catting biaCes- about 8 inches long. Overall length of shears inches. Each Basement EATON M T BRANCH STORE ;