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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, MAY 27, 1946 Highlights In The News Red StapeHs iras elected, for his rived for a 12-year-old boy seventh term sis rhavwan pi the Wong of Canadtaa National KltadL southern and central ci-risioc. when rise was iMSifi in Calgary. Swiss radio said that it. Gen. Andrei A. Ylassor. renegate Russian who fought for the Germans, haa been arrested and was en route to Moscow. Mrs. Marion Gauld. return- ed to Esg., after rly Sun- in SOX HOFEFCL SYDNEY. May A- MacAuslane of Vancouver, vice-president of the Canadian Congress of Labor, told the Cape Breton. Labor Council Monday the "next two months may see a labor fight unprecedented in the history of Canada." be disc cunag; Eial conference on social work. Tb.e three-day conference is 10 begin June 25. Kindreds of social ers from States, and the the United are expected 10 attend. Pioneer western surveyor, Mon- tague S6. came ires; at United. the of 24 commissioned by the Dominion ?O1 fr- onds and claimed A eric's soeed Herbert Kcxner. special UJS. food' record. to run on the first lap of a Latin- j A ransom was paid for the and 'locate American tour lo appeal for aid for release of Edward Jones, 4S. He; The Lendo-r. Xews said Irs a neTTEpage stery that a 2ri-per- ss- car, offered in comersio-n of the trree-per- registered stock of is to be a: r aiencusra. died st Winnipeg. i-t, cetemuned the first meruucn lines in nestem Canada, and laid the towrisites on stand the famine areas. j aegro and reputed head o! the Chi- J South Sade policy racket, vrno Rrssia has agreec 10 supply Po- isas kidnapped May "12 and released lanc's armies with arms anc mum- 'seieral days later. n. 2- cl-'es be plan for s seif-gor- tions on the oas_s of long-terra Bernard Cardinal Gnffin. arch- bishop of Westminster. called for as a whole and can onlv J complete abolition of eivorce- courts work as such." the British cabinet f in Britain as the way to put mission m New Delhi and the vice- f the brake oa growing number of roy. Field Marshal Viscount WaveU dnorces. J ceclsred in a statement Saturday, j f Xew Delhi Normal znail between Can- ada and the UJS. has been resumed] but Canadians are assed to hrsstj mail across the border to essential items for a few cavs. _ From the Srsi week of this year ;o May IS li-.e births in England and Wales totalted 153533. compared STaumcer of" peop'le earnestlv and jarstioslir that statements on tne lieve earnestly their spiritual home Hwssia." f people constitute 2 great reported. The Ontario ir-Jl between 600; 133450 last, rear in the similar was issued in reply to j anc 1.000 nurses is the next iso; oenod. Deaths increased froia 108.- S to Music is being used to teach re- cruits at a. new goiernmect-organ- j ized vocational schocl at The Hague c carpenters the correct rhythm saving and planing. Drums of into umber is also done to music. understaffed in the province. Smith, sister Thirteen travellers, at home in a The TT.S. srmv has icennf IEG as j f sood 'ob of tving given transportation :o Mrs. Smith unauoa. Louis. Dr. Ison F. in successful fsreen dogs of different breecs.' said the the ocher soec: sibly human beines.' Prof. H. K- rlelchouse of the the of unknown oriain destroyed se of the Cock- TJnivisitv'of Manitoba Tras elected shutt Company and a. o' Cs-adian Histcri- house of the A. Seec cal Association a: the meet- Comsany at Brancon. Loss was ins in Toron'o He succeeds Prof. 000. Frank UncerhUi of Toronto. i Officials of Woodworkers of Ascenca Monday's deadline for strike in- folving- Trorkers in 14 rubber v- (CXO) plants in Canada u-as lifted fol- said in Vancouver that there has i lo-sirs appointment; of a feceral been a steady growth in member- commissioner to investigate shin of their'uniOii eiace the start ers" cemancs for a -iO-hour of "ihe ll-day-olc strike involving I and 20 cents per hour pay increase 33S- 35.000 men in the Britisli Columbia j death. forsK The union fie- Bnaia has agreed to reduce ?o- from other camps. Highest prices for muskrat furs j More To Do since the DoEinlon and ilamtooa go-.emments went into muskrat on a. large scale ten vears i crirAWA. o_ '__- r-e m- 3gO WcTc whei_ average mice of some fetch- ing 55.65." Surviiors of the March, 1942. Singapore massacres, many thousands of Singapore Chinese ifrere butchered, say that the fate of victims decided by hooded mep. who sto_oc alongside Japanese officers as the arrested A nod of the Tnsrspjs cresss, Treefe. 18-cents-sn-hour wage in- land's ceo: unlca shop and 40-h.ocr school teachgs from ifonireai will sitenci classes on rlT'g'.'s1' and citizenship sz a near course at He- RT-P Collsge Jalr 3 to 3L the Sas- katchewan department of educa- tion announced. Ciars Heady of Edmonton WES elected presiiferjt and Hay Atkinson of Calearr of the Mid- West Association of Y-iLG-i. Secre- taries St. the grnngi convention in Saskatoon. Sric Acraharcson. 43 of Tyncall. "N'gr.i vras fataily wourced. ia tns bush. s. short disiance north c-f Tyn- Sntisy. Out for a walk. spnsrentlv rripnec. over two trees lying- across ins The rifle ce was carryiEg the bnllet Altering ins chest. Attempts of Calgary firemen, to life of "Harvey James Durnie. sis months, by means of srtificia! respiration, ended in fail- ure Pncsy eveamg. Kresaen. were called the was though; to have suffocated. The coroner however, t'n-.i death was due to natural causes, probably cronciiiai pneumoma. A Saskatchewan government for- estry school for war veterans is to be opened in Prince Aloers Julr 1 EE s. formsr army training camp. service as a posncan in rximonion was recog- Imperial Service Mecal at the vjnd- tra banques of ihe rsro-day conven- tion of the Fecerated Association of letter Carriers. Alberta's coal production in Aprii reacnea 643.641 tons, an increase, of 59.510 tons over the production to Britain from 000000 to according to Polish, sources. Generalissimo Franco stated: at Cadiz, Spain, thai "Communism onlv attacks neople who are cot a-Brake" and added his people are is and. not; vulnerable. Pour an army officer just returned irom overseas, and his drowned while qg'rjing fa tae Sagusnay Hirer near their home town of Chicoutimi, Que. Police tracked down and raided a secre; Fascist radio scauon in, Kome a few hours after is broadcast for the first; time Saturday, wlurg lis- teners "Pssosa. is not. deao. Herbert T. Sratt, Australian min- ister for external aSairs, New York saying he would confer with State Secretary Byrnes members of the United Nations curisy Council concerning atomic botnb. Ronald iliSsr. 55. managing edi- tor of Comptoa's picEured encyclo- pedia and former esecanve editor of liberty dagazme, died in Chi- cago. Thirteen firemen suffered smoke poisoning a.nd several otcers were injured in extinguishing a Sre ir. a Sis-storey tenemeni in Xew York. The Canadian Pacific liner Empress of Kussia, which caught Sre while refitting at Bar- row la Fumess. Hne. last Septem- ber, is to be broken up by z, firm of salvage experts. Police in north TSHininpeg have a gang of young hooligans" to contend with, ana special patrols have beea assigned to the district. Approval for the crown Hanio telezrapny is to be used for a. chess match starting June 19 be- Back to "Good Clean Air" and Scene of Fortune EDMONTON, Mar 27 trine J. (Spud) Arsenault. -nho feared stomach ulcers acci the air" in teeajiEg Yorij. is Edmonton Saturday ea back to "good. clean of Yellow Sanfe. where he struck it rich. The veteran northern pros- pector Ie5; Edmonton recently just another passenger on the eastboucd plane but returnee richer by in cash and. 250.000 shares o- stock. Arsenauit prospected 25 years before striking a gold claim lisas neuec him a fortune he sold out in Toronto recently. He took the pay-off m bills intending to "paint th-e lown red" m YorJt, But the night life, crowded restaurants and ho-tels, too much for the rugged outdoors miner and he left the big city after only one cav. was straightening out his new, bulging bank account to- cay before returning to ha mining sites in the north country. FJKOTEST TELEGRAM EDMONTON, May (Cf.) Fyfe, secretary-treasurer the Edmonton Stock Exchange said Saturday a telegram had been sent to Prices Board Chairman Donald Gordon pro- testing on behalf of the ex- change the granting of permis- sion to hold auctions of fatted stock while price crilinjs re- main fixed on butchered meats. CENTRAL HOUSING FLAX parliament upper house has before it rao im- portant measures which so: yet gone to the commons. Tne practice, particularly during the war. was to" introduce" govern- ment bills in the commons and after they had run the fire of cri- ticism there they would go to the OTTAWA, May zation of Dominion government housme activities ai the Central Mortgage and Kousine Corporation was announced by Reconstruction Minister Howe. The more, forecast; in the speech from, the throne at the ouening of the current session of parliament, brings Wartime Hous- ine. Lid., and the non-farm or small holdings portion of the Veterans' Land Act under control of the cor- poration. senate for further consideration aad on-ne-e final ratification. There was oojection from some groups in the senate that they nad insufficient work, and had been relegated to a very secondary tween teams cow. in london and Mos-1 for me tires threatens to e-Ktend through Erance. The docrcrs are refusing to sign binh. and death certificates. Four beavny-armed men held up the Calumet Social Club in Bidde- ford. Ms., orcerea 30 members to disrobe and fled with S10.000 10 in cash, rings and watches. Thirty-five men pained a new, five-room cottase in Scher.eeisdy, K.T_ m three minutes and 13.2 sec- position. The -wo measures now before I large scale amend- ments to the Bankruptcy Act and the tTnemploynien; Insurance Act both require a good deal of work and are likely to lead to some fairly vigorous discussion. The bill amgnriing the Bankrupt- cy Act ftps received second reading and been sent to the banking and commerce committee for detailed SvUtiy. The proposed amendments to the Unemployment Insurance Act are still before the senate out once the bill has received second reading it go to the labor relations coia- HCRT IX WRECK CALGARY. May Three C.P-R. trainmen "were slightly in- freight engines turned over and two fiat cars left the trade m a collision of two freight trains at Didsbury. 50 miles north of Sere. Sunday. The injured were all from Calgary. Helnz adds to Salad Appeal in the same month last vear, a mine Canadian Commercial Corporation, branch repors showed." i announced March 23, is sought bv in a DISSOLVED ORAL VACCINE (See Page 7) FavMrrife Frank Dnssing Place cup of sugar, 1 tern- spoon salt and dash paprika, in quart jar. Add rap Heinz White Vinegar, S tablespoons Heinz Tomato Ketchup, cup salad oil and 3 tablespoons grated onion. Corer jar and shake thor- oughly until well blended. 1 Yields cups For Jclcd Injtrr- once best vlncgcr you can buy, you best fruits, end vegetables. That's the wcy lo pro- feet and flavour. Snro-ute to Dawsor. Citv. YT_ to hear protests from British Colum- bia and lukon chambers of com- merce over "hisa" freight rates, members of the federal an- trans- port board arrived in Edmonton irade Minister MacKinnon __ _ resolution p_aced on the commons order paper. Emesi Rhys, 87. author, poet and editor of the l.OOQ-voIume "Everv- man library" series, died Saturdav Saturday from Ottawa. Thev arp 'm- a nursing home. scheduled to leave today for the1 north. Viscount Alexander, governor- general of Canada, will visit Ed- Trace and Commerce Minister monton in August. James A. MacKinnon win be a i _ speaker s.z ins junior Chamber of', open session of the 46th an- Conncgrce national convention :a nusl nieetinj. National Chapter. Edmonton June 19-22. H e n r -11.O.D-EU started at Wuinipeg Mon- Calif, presjcen't I cay morning. of the united States junior cham- __ ber. also win attend. The senate war iavestigatir- Buckley of Begina ana j-orne Cr.anconet of TTanniper wsre chosen the oest actors in _ reieasec a report on ifce i ern Canada Drama restival at "Win- tnefi or loss of some S30COO worth of clocks, pressure cookers and' __ patrol English fanners about Mincer- Jan4e tea ffiitanea.sectors of cnurches to prsv for fn frtX istraave ciscipunary action" against orouzht. Vice Adaural Sobsrt C. Giffen sue "wnsou navai officers in charse Seven persons wsre lalled and 17 Give him the WHOLE GRAIN HE HEEDS. life's embarrassing nxmeni ar- Quoticg a broaccast. the Cqnjfederatioii Associatioa C. E. BURTON, LETHBRIDGE Capitol Theatre Phone 2454; Res. 4345 vnHGWAY nourishing whole grain val should hav( iy the maktrs of QUAKER OATS Serv e Muffets for a breakfast treat tomorrow! STOKE HOURS: aJB. to pjn.; U fum.; WednccAar aJn. U Infonnatica Phone Summertime Values for TUESDAY SHOPPERS MISS BRENNA REED BUTTERICK FASHION ADVISOR... WILL BE IN OUR DRESS FABRICS DEPARTMENT, TUESDAY AFTERNOON AT 3 O'CLOCK Reed will gladly give helpful suggestions on home sewing and the selection and use .of Butterick Patterns which are available at EATON'S. MEN'S ZIPPER-FRONT SPORT JACKETS IN COTTON POPLIN Handsome jackets for golf. _ fishing and other outdoor activities. Tailored from cotton poplin with full rayon lining zipper-front, style rao flap pockets and zippered breast pocket. Ad- justable tapes at waist back. Sawn, brown and beige. Sizes 36 to 44. Boys' Flannelette PYJAMAS Dandy p3-jamas for a summer at camp Made from cosj- cotton flannel- ette with on jacket and pull-tape at waist of trousers. Blue, red or green strides. Sizes 26 to 34. MEN'S COTTON CHECK WORK PANTS Serviceable trousers for work or knock-aboub wear. Tailored in roomily-cut regular style from strong check- cotton material with plain bottoms and bels loops. Blue. grey or brown 34 to 44. Pair.............. it.vie uum cuecji- Boys' "Loafer" JACKETS Made with cotton plaid front sad cot- ton dnil sleeves, collar, back and pocket trim. Four-button front and two flan-covered natch pockets. Green, blue and red plaids with fawn tnm. Sizes 8 to 16 years. Each Men's and Boys' Main Floor FOOD COVER SETS Tinylite. JQ Sen of 6.........friJC IRONING BOARD PADS AND COVERS set.............65c SHOE BAGS Biue or green cotton chintz for six pairs of shoes. Each O O C LAUNDRY BAGS "Unbleached cotton. Each HEAVY PAPER GARMENT BAGS Each.....5OC 79c COLORFUL CHAIR PADS Oflcloth covered. Each 29c IRONING BOARD COVERS Laced style. Each............ WOMEN'S. RUBBER APRONS Red. green and blue. QP Each "DUTCH HEAD" STRING HOLDERS Each "CHORE GIRL" POT CLEANERS Each IOC STEAM PRESSING CLOTHS Chemically treated. Each Main Floor WOMEN'S TWEED JACKETS IN "HOUND'S TOOTH" CHECKS Sporty-looking jackets to wear smartly witn slacks or skirts. Trimly tailored from all-wool checked tweeds in single-breast- ed cardigan style with simulated leather buttons, two pockets and rayon shoulder lining. Brown or jrreen checks sizes 14 to 20. Women's EATON'S. Second Floor COLORFUL UMBRELLAS PROTECTION AGAINST SUN OR SHOWERS! PRINTED _RAYON UMBRELLAS Bright new arrivals in colorful printed rayon with unusually smart nancies Green, black and assorted moisture-resistant, .each. NEW PLASTICS AND GAY FABRICS Plain colors and bnght checks in plastic or cotton umbrellas with novelty nancies. Each PLASTIC-COVERED COTTONS Serviceable, water-resistant plastic-coated cotton umbrellas in black, blue and green floral patterns on white backgrounds. Each Main Floor STEPHEN'S "KUNG-KOTE" PAINT FOR INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR USES "Kling paints are the super films of Stephen's splendid two-coat paint system for interior and exterior finishes. A good choice of colors: EXTERIOR "KLING KOTE" Imperial Quart Imperial Gallon INTERIOR "KLING KOTE' Imperial Quart Imperial Gallon PAINT MIXING MACHINE NOW AT EATON'S We have recently Installed a Paint Mixing Machine as another service to our customers. This machine will satis- factorily mix gallons, half gallons, quarts or pints. No added charge. T. EATON BRANCH STORE g I ...ti I 1EWSP4PERS Basement SPA PFRfi R C H1V E ;