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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY NORMANDY TO BALTIC Consumer Wifl Montgomery Answers His Critics Pay Milk BoOSt Highlights In The News By ROSS J LONDON. May outstanding poin: battle of of con- Valecs are coding back to the big hotels in. Britain but some are ad- 1 "rusty" alter war service. nor send a Soviet con- Concluding its 9Sth session at Montreal, the governing body of I the International Labor Office of- i ciced to hold its next session there Tempers Flare As Howe Denies Jibe EJF.T.S. GIVE GOVT. OVER OTTAWA. May Companies operated Miracle Recovery From War Wounds, Seeks to Join RCAF opening of pcrcs. m boos: of ffto cents a M> ffae opening of the session thg Imemaii0nai tabor confer- ence. OTTAWA. May off some sizzling: elementary flying training -I'! cross-exchanges in the commons yesterday as members dealt with legislation to incorporate somej ish commander is supported by egy and is. deiaU as they Canada's cine province: abundant evidence !n his sccarste employed to era-a- German boards. Prime Master Km? dined in London last nigh; with Viscount total of reported in Information tabled in the commons for John Diefenbaker (P.C., Lake ed States proves: ________ __f______ ______.said that one Russian was fatally thev were "seeing "Ticks leave the i shot and at least two others were Plact with "scrao that vras not J wounded early Sunday when Alex Bigaell. treaty Indian at The Pas. who has been! Reconstruction Minister iv air gunner whose recovery from X wounds was one of tne medical j miracles of ihe war, passed through to enlist in tne Howard flea- back to his base near Tobruk in North Africa. Sept. IT; 1S42. after a Sight against Italian ships, holding a portion of his brein in place with one hand and stoo- BERLIN, May Unit- j piug the flow of blood from other vast marshal's oSlce wounds with the other. FOR LOOTEKS ceaf for 31 years, can hear today; iook the statement as a charge of j looters. l a .result of a -little listening box" i djshonestv attest Himself Ke said s Prowceo by the province he of gov- bur pvprs thp rimer o; ;_ isian train guards and Soviet mili- Hovie tary police mistook each other for He survived, after cearljr a. year of hospitalization. was discharged from the air force in 1943 and went 10 sea on a troop ship to see more action. He said he would seek an. instructors berth with the CANADIAN JET PLANE DESCRIBED AS TOPS the field.) Orice Allied troops were ashore End Srmly established. Lord ifon'-! _____ gomery's "plan was :o threaten :o TORONTO Caca- break out of the initial bridgehead which t-e on the eastern flank of the enemy :he 605-mile-an-hour ac Caen. The British leader -Bras Meteor was predicted by a; tha; rime in command of G. Carter, chief designer for the British, Canadian American j Gloucester Aircraft Co." Lsd., eround forces. i Mr. ;wo thrc-zh an is; nex; week vril be cenis above pres- end of was mace up of 1035 C-30 Mosleras. Jews. Chilians. 67.000 Bedouin tribes- men and "others." .department, bur even the Quiet o: j eminent "money "in five xears'acd c- ;'-e is "too much noise" Murphy was the first to i and he is puzzJec by all the charge hini" in the house uith dis- jsouncs he now hears. Mr. chance to prove his before a parliamentary where officers of the re- construction denartment would ;tion him. "I will be there said Mr. Kowe. discussion occurred before: to you. Grandpa Kruschen The sovernnien; has sn- from 35 ground rorces. DRAW He antes thress to into sector, t- and keep tin Canadian Ar Army for this" purpose. Having committed until crop becomes available. was given to a bill author- incorporaticn of the Polvmer the The H.C-AJ'. motor vessel Mala- hat. nearing the end of a 6.650- mile Vancouver, is ex- pected to arrive an Halifax Thurs- I Corporation, the Eldorado Mining and Refining Company. Wartime Eousin? Limited. Canadian Arsen- als. LiniJted and" Park Steamships. A resolution based, on the bill was adopted. Also sjiven first reading was a bill providing: for continuance of the Teeter Surprises Peter the main; j R.CJL n rt A n enemy reserves en uie eastern flank. (TROOP TR_AI> E.VGIXEEK his plan was then to break out of la- KILLED I> plan the western flank, using Gen. Brad- j receives ;his 55-cen; payrcen: j clauses :n fsro other subsicies. A renort on radio commercials an increase of 10 cents from 20 to j featured the opening session of the 30 cents for miii soine into cheese i four-cay annual meeting of ;he production and an increase of eight! Canadian Association of Broad- neighbor may have unde- .6 j Aomues you ve not stripected. j Old Mother Nature. of here. Pennsylvania Railroad of- t> A ncials identified the dead man as va.JJ. C. S. Merger of Philadelphia. The War train was 203 from rCDied O1RCC W 'Saa Diego. Calif., to the Bain- bridge. Me., nsval station. EVERYBODY PLAIN "SOLDIER" WASHINGTON. Slay proposals by the Doo- i little "gripe board" to sweep away i all social "distinctions between army [cSicers aaa inen. were made public fay the war department with a i promise that they wai be adopted if i feasible. Declaring tha; "much of th- present strucrare of our army harks back" to the old PrassJaa. and j British military orders, the board called for abolition of oS-duty salut- jing, of social discnmiaaaon. and even of the terms man" and in favor of plain "sol- dier" for everybody. May Britain's automobile and truck ex- ports, doubled and trebled since the end of the war. are leaping ahead of those of the United States, while that country's gigantic industry is slowed down b- major strikes, the j London Daily Mail said today. j "jrigures reached a new record in i April, when 11.122 cars and 1I.410 commercial vehicles were sent over- seas." the newspaper reported. The article quoted statistics show- ing that Britain's total exports were trioled in the STEX three months of 1S45. fused by authorities. Protection of Canadian territori- al waters "from invasion by Spa- nish trawlers" has been asked oi the federal government by the local of the Ca- Union. NO JTNE CHANGES IN LIQUOR RESTRICTIONS EDMONTON. May -J. A. King, chairman of the Alberta liouor control board, said except for the previously announced in- crease in the size of drinks to be served ia Alberta beverage rooms and the extension of the hours in which beer may be sold, there will be no change in Alberta liquor re- strictions for June. SENTENCED TO HAXG PICTOtr. N.S., May Beverley Thompson. Ii, enlist- ed at 14 to see lighting service with the navy, army and merchant marine, was sentenced Monday to be hanged Aug. 15 for the holdup slaying of a Stsllarton, N.S., mer- chant- Feb. 11. The- tow-haired Westviile, X.S.. youth, quoted at his trial as describing the sheesing of Alonzo Keay, 61, as a "silly notion." showed no more emotion than when he stood unflinchingly in the same courtroom May 22 and heard a jury find guilty of murder. TO FORM GOVT. THE HAGUE. May Queea Wiliielmina has invited Dr. Louis Joseph Maria Beei. a leader of the Catholic Peoples party, to form a new government; of The Netherlands following recent elec- tions. Dr. Bcel was interior minis- ter in the resigning cabinet, of Prime Minister Wlilem Schermer- hom. services will 02 held in on "Wednesday for Mrs. CXjiron. 4S. wife" of Mr. Jus- tice "Doiron of the Saskatchewan Bench who died on Prep students at Upper Canada College. Toronto, go on a self-im- posed fast today to acquaint them- selves with the food situation being faced in Europe, of calories. The diet be All Cheddar cheese made in. Que- bec and Ontario on and after June 1 must be large, white and unwaxed sold only for export to Bri- tain, the agriculture department has ruled. Dr. Them Mating, Burmese am- bassador to Tokyo during the Jap- anese occupation of Burma, died at sea from beri beri while returning to Rangoon from Japan aboard a British hospital snip. A resolution protesting the estab- lishing of a Canadian embassy at the Vatican was passed by the re- solutions committee of the Alberta United Church at the colsing ses- sions of its 22nd annual meeting in Edmonton. A new trial was ordered for the Ontario court- of appeal for Thomas Gibbons. 45-year-pld farmer con- victed of murdering Joseph and John Ktzmaurice. brothers, near Ottawa. He was sentenced to hang June 11. Lord Croft. Conservative peer, told a meeting of the Empire In- dustries Association in London he hoped all British peoples, regard- less of party, would give an em- phatic "no" to the elimination of preference within the empire. Cpl. R. J. Morgan, found to be Ralph Seiz. an escaped Cali- fornia murderer serving in the Ca- nadian army, will be escorted from I'm Now Relieved of Rheumatic Pain inat is something to remember. Just, keeping in sciad may save you I'roni mortifying errors in committee of the privy council on J saline treatment for his rheumatic pains industrial rese.irch and for the ap- when thev first started. It is fortunate pomunent of two vice-presicents to i forhL-n that he got relief when the nain bl hadbecomeacuk Here's his crown corporations to carry out I 'I now feel as fit as a nadie and 1 cannot praise Kruschen too much. ____________ Before taking Kruschen my rheumatic la the senate. Senator John T. j pains were pretty bad. I began to Haig. Progressive Cpnservatixe leaij- worry about my job and the chudren- er. called for abolition of the un- But I got a tip to try Kruschea. After employment insurance commission taking the first bottle 1 felt better. before second reading was given to since then I have had two more bottles Too bad this man didn't begin the 3 if you too are bothered with rheumatic some of the ocwers of the council. IN THE SENATE a bill amending the unemployment j now mv work: for s insurance act. Senator O. G. Me- j aches or thanks to Kru- Geer British Columbia! sug- gestec the should be broadened i to make provision for a retirement j judgment. You never can tell just by looking at them what folks can do. You may know them for a long time without even suspecting that thev have hidden talents; that thev can do things you hadn't dreamed i allowance" as the basis'for a con-I startec tne hjuscnen saune treatment they knew anything about, things tributory old age pension plan. he stayad with it. Follow his example Mr A H. r 1OU WlU HOte tnat A. started the Kruschen saline treatment. pains, lumbago or sciatic pains. Taka Kruschen faithfully, as long as you feel it is needed. Give it a chance to help overcome conditions in your body" which have probably taken months tc> develop. If you are like many other sufferers, you will notice a gradual im- provement in your health and a ening of pain as you continue the treatment. Just take a pinch of Kru- schen in a glass of hot water first thing in the morning, as long as needed, and Mr. A. H. joins with us in wishing you a sneedy return to vour old, pain-free self! Kruschen is 25c- and Tx. at all drug stores- you cannot do yourself. Ever since his first visit to the Smiling Pool -long ago Perer Rab- bit had been acquainted with j Teeter the Sootted Sandpiper. He considered Teeter an old friend. I suspected he had thought he knew all there was to know about Teeter and liis ways. Of course that was a mistake. There is no more com- j mon mistake in all the Great World than for one to think he knows all i about his neighbors. Peter was watching two of Teeter's wee downy ba'bies in the' Trater close to shore but still too j far out for them to wade. Their j legs were not long enough for that, i Tou ss? these miscs were not quite j two cays old. They were not the j least bit afraid. Ther seemed to' feel perfectly at, home on the water. They came ashore now and ran about looking for food. "I've always thought of you i SandDipers as land birds, not water said Peter. "We are land birds. Peet-weet! j Peet-weet! Of course we are land i replied Teeter. "We are' land birds who lore to be close to water. We get most of our food there. There are many birds who. like us, live along the water's edge, the shores of rivers and ponds and lakes and the Great: Ocean. So we are called shore birds. Shore birds are land birds who love to DC close to water. Do you Peter thought it over for z min- ute. "I said he. "So, loving the water, we are not afraid of continued Teeter. "We are not good swimmers, not haying the righr kind of feet for swimming like those of the water birds, but we can get around. We are noi helpless if when flying over water we have to come down on it .or in it." "What is" the asked Peter. "Difference between Teet- er wanted to know. "Between on the water and in the water. Aren't you in the water when you are on the water? You j must be in the water, at least your j legs must, or you couldn't persisted Peter. i "Don't be stupid. Peter Rabbit, j When we are on the water we are: Calgary to California as soon as ex- i mostlv above it. When we are in made in April in Canada's j tradition papers, airmailed in Ot- the water we are in all over." ex- ising program totalled j tawa Saturday, are received in plained Teeter a bit impatfently. Calgary. loans housing 330.320 for dwelling units- -At ink that's ALL INK! In handy Tip-FBI bottles, 15c. t colon. Waterman's Skyway to America's playgrounds. Western Air alone provides service JrioJ fils both business and vacation travel. Brief side trips can take you Jo your favorite national park or Vout stream enroute to business destinations. Only via Western can you visit such outstanding beauty spots as: LAS VEGAS Recreational Area ZION GRAND CANYON YELLOWSTONE GRAND TETONS CANADIAN ROCKIES THE DUDE RANCH COUNTRY COLORADO PLAYGROUNDS Ask Western Air lines'people to help in laying out combination business and vacation trips. Or, see your locol air travel agent. Reservations: DhfinO' 3Q71 MARQUIS HOTEL rllUIIC. plained Teeter a bit impatiently, j "What do" you mean all over j demanded Peter. -'Like said Teeter. Ke swam oat a little way and disap- peared. In a moment he bobbed! iip. "That is what I call being in the water." said he. "You were in all right. I guess a j lot of folks don't know you can i dive.'' replied Peter. "Is comes in handy sometimes. More than once it has saved my i life when a Hawk has been after me. Speaking of Hawks, here comes Sharpshin Teeter gave the signal to hide and the four tiny Sandpipers hid in the same magic way that .Peter had seen before. "Peet-weet! cried Teeter and flew out over the water headed for the other sice of the Smiling Pool. By this time Sharp- 's shin was so near that Peter held his breath as he watched. Could I Teeter possibly get across? And if he what could he do to escape I from that fierce feathered hunter behind him? Even if he had time. Teeter couldn't hide as his babies could. Peter had the unhappy feel- ing that he was about, to see the end of an old friend. hasr.'l a chance." moaned i Peter in his mind. Sharpshin was jso close to Teeter that Peter couid barely tee between them. There I was a little splash in the water, j Peter blinked. That Hawk was fly- ing away without Teeter. A mo- 1 ment. later Teeter bobbed on i the water. He had dived in full flight. He returned to the shore as if nothing had happened. "A handy trick, isn't said he. and chuckled at the look of surprise on Peter's face. (Copyright, 1946, by T. W. Burgess) "Teeter Shows The next story: What He Can Do." REV. DR. McCALL RESIGNS UJESTERH flIR LI RES 1926- AMERICA'S PIONEER AIRLINE EDMONTON, Mav Dr. P. S. McCall, principal of Al- berta College for more than 30 years, has resigned and his resig- nation will take effect in one jear, an official of the board of directors said. No successor has yet been i named. 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 FOOD DIRECT FROM DENMARK If you have friends or relatives in some parts of Europe. make them a gift of EATON'S Summer Food parcels shipped direct from Denmark. With the food shortage "over nothing would please them more. No Cou- pons Are Required. and special contents are put up in tins, where advis- able for Summer temperatures. Place Your Orders at the FOODATERIA, MAIN FLOOR. POPULAR "VINYLITE" The new plastic material so adaptable and prac- tical for many household and personal articles. See these "Vlnylite" items at the Notions Countert Head 'Kerchiefs, each ...................45C Make-Up Capes, each.................. 85c Shower Curtains, pair Shower Caps, each......................39c Baby Bibs, each........................... 35c I Baby Crib Sheets, each ..............85c Food Cover Sets, 6 pieces ...........49C Main Floor 36-INCH PRINTED COTTON CAMBRIC A cool, fresh-looking- cotton fabric suitable for summer dresses, blouses and kiddies' frocks. Sheer in weight, similar to in dainty floral and novelty designs in pastel shades. Limited quantity. Yard __ Dress Second Floor 590 y-U CANNISTER SETS Attractive and useful for your kitchen or pantry cup- board. Four-piece metal cannisters in graduated rfzes for flour, sugar, tea, coffee or other commodities. White with red and rose decorative motif. Set IINUM CLOTHES LINE WIRE Sturdy quality aluminum for clothes lines RED Gav sice UD sandals open to s. soles Secon Floor 50 feet 100 feet Main Floor EATON BRANCH STORE INEWSPAPERif ;