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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETJIEEIDGE HERALD vWEDNESDAY, MAT 29, 1946 General Rains Needed In West To Prevent Deterioration of Crops OTTAWA, May 29.- ttics are iseeded in the prairie p: prevent deterioration of Domauoa Bureau of St ported Tuesday in the second series of telegraphic summaries f covering crop conditions on the local darcage is reported. Kowrever, jnmedi-; damage fc> these insect M no: Tax Structure Revision Is Held Necessary Decentralization of Processing Industries Is Advice of Expert May Halt Passage Of Brides and May Daily crops. tc: sei ere me! Total acreage. i WINNIPEG. May Peorsor presides: of prairies. Continued dry -areather prevails over the greater pan ef the prairie provinces, said the re King May Speak On TV of Mannooa, said a: the amr-ial xneet- ing here re-.isicn of she Do- minions tax is necessary along ures to encourage no-- re- tare, ini es'men: anc He said region vkoula help Can- provinces. saic me repvru T t. ihas damage to grain crops was not j tjn illS Decentralization of industries pro-', plaats- agr.c'-iitural production is across "tne with the of pro- ducers topics to suppleireii: incomes anc bv urban residents and to increase the revenue cf their :ov..ns and smaller STCDV NORTH WEATHEtt May Concerted B-23 bombers soon be sent into north polar regions on periodic weather observation flights. I Peace Returns disclosed today by i Mail today published a report from i packing .its New York correspondent j plant here save producer.? many thousands of collars a he felt. Asked whether hi> s-------.. ot area had him that death of some infants lioai i SEEK ESCAPED SOLDIER should ha've a co-operairve meat tinal ailments. I STAFFORD, Staffordshire. BKS- United .ROCHESTER. Ma> _ squad- ciiy-wioe shutaoaa oj union ada achieve and intain a high level of national income and em- LOXDOX. May ssid th-re so That sas the considered op-inon expressed to Herald Tuesday by C- G. RaandeJl of Washington, D.C.. who is in charge of the liie- s-oc-c ivcol sect.on of ti-e Unittd States :arui credit prccessiiig plant. Mr. "Haundeii re- "Why cetaialv" 1 Tea ceaths of infants reachm "ke" stressed that one of the United States on brice po-.ani features in ihe been repprtec in tne last of the co-operative moveiuent to The deaths been as- opera-.e processing plants is the co- cribec to saauner ciarrhoea. operation of businessmen in towns'---------------------------' and sraall cities to secure more sn- P dustnes for their tocahues. UU May Younggren." 27-year- considered to be serious. _ had oees rejected sefore iland.Ma'.- ching spread search ss beiag conducted ships I ror Georse Evemt Macaulej. 33, .....of Fredericton. KJB.. a Canadian soldier serving a three-year term for larceny at Stafford prison who escaped last rught from a working party on a nearoy airfield. EXPLOSIONS KILL TEN MONTREACX. Switzerland. May hsngeo iunsseii j-es- oied at Henry today in erosions at tiro vna. Qjujijsions depois ss the tnountaiii fortress of Maunce southeast cl Lake Geneva. isterec. temperances aver- Because K teed three desrees ncraial! the leacer it was i r dunn? the last Sozne frcs: i understood C-OntTOi Or during the last Soaie frcs: i understood :o occurred curing the Srst weeks' Howeier, the Canadian primes their products, and are Iv foraunc co-operatives 10 cpera'e mca: packing plants and ether such ai more revenue and business local- Would others be i Mr Ranncell added that, with ber of parliament from Stourondge. i farmers entering the orocessing j Worcestershire, has beer, appointed o- a in the Cnitec partomerstarj- private secretary to the reauig decentrahza-) Fnme Minister Aulee. it an- ticn of industries js moving process- 1 noaneed tocay. plsnis from large congested GENEROUS TORNADO CHIIXICOTHE. Mo_ May tornado struck Elmer Runge's house near last week, tool Docketbcok. but left him some "change." Runge found a So bill stuck on a tree in his front jard. tee. In erdiag a mass picketing oastraiioK began yesteraay and took approximately 30.000 work- ers off their jobs, the union accept- ed a ihree-pbim statement by City Manager Louis B Cartu right pleas- ing to meet with city employees either "oruaruzed or unorganized." The picketing shutdown culmi- nated a controversy started May 15 irfth abolishment of 4S9 city pubUc ceBamneai JloSis after an at- tempt of the AJiu federation of state, count v and municipal employ- ees to organize the ceparuneni. norkers. CALGARY PRIEST DIES CALGARY. May Fergus Joseph O'Brien, 63. pansSi pnesi at St. Joseph's church for almost 30 died here Monday. Father O'Bnesi born in Dow- ney Mile, Ont. ____ says: TKIth seer-ing coarse grains s'ootit, SO per cent seeded. rain EOT? is needed in a" districts to ensile good even ger- PANTS PILFERED THAWA. Japan. May Kamfall from April i to date has been trell belo'sr ncrsia! throughout, the prc-vuice. and though subscil sioisture suapJies are generally fair. s-jrfacs moisture conditions are poor .nil make any comment on a news- paper story carriec oy the London Eienmg Standard tnat the Aisn- w-as rejected on opscsition and tha: of Prune Minister of Soutn Alrica. It is expected, coviever. ne wil! speak on the question in the House of Commons in Ottau-a on his retnm. Asks Removal of I Shipping Act Section government's mcticn express- dustry this regioa. spproial of such tion. the sras corned by 33S to 184. Wincinc up the mo-day debate for the Herbert Morrj- Icrd presicent of the conned. said: -We shall go on the scheme whether there is onixfcition or nci. But both industry "anc goiemraenr j will make a better job of it if there is shipped from this area to processing plants in otner cities and meat is then shipped back to for consumption in area. That means heavy freight costs and also shrinkage of .inimaJs during shipment. At the same time this area coes not os- tain the benefits denied through processing mediole by products inch come from the packing cities to areas where the raw ma- tenals are produced. "I qua! te nourishes of their TbB. Wedilsda'yV evening Mr.ibices and fled, vruh 120 pairs of Ranndcli speaks tb a meeting of producers and others interested in j Lethbncge Packers in j at eight; f trousers. rnt-vnPR FOtNDER unvoRrn HONORED Edward founder of which he said permitted the arrest ___ __ zz cental jof "are only fair. The topsoil is -rainfslL Satisfactory recoverv 01 miencec to DC utea -o- irain fields from Sra damage is j Pcse._ chevrier sajd he wonld j districts and the i tbe ana consider Mr. Cole- Hirer area conditions reqjeb... generally saosfsctory Moisture' condiaors are ocly fair. "rains are reported in carts of the Grande Praine and Spin; River en- Pacifican, Medicos Honor Dr. P. M. Campbell harder things now. reconcile myself that It is hard time comes to stop working. I shall be glad 1 to keep en working and when the time conies for release, may it come comparatively quickly. I wish for my friends that they may haie i as many pleasant memories i cated to him at a ceremony atterd- ec bv delegates to a Dominion con- to If erence of the federsuon. NAMED EXAMINER OTTAWA. May A. S. McDonald, 45. of Wmnipes and Ottawa, has been aoDoLnted as 1.1 examiner of the air transport board. iur_ duties, charging ther were requirea bv superiors to "twist, omit, burr" Lieht i LITTLE PROGRESS AT For Alberta as a whole, rainfall from April 1 to date has averaged CIVIL AVIATION" MEET _ May i a week's deliberauons here m tne Srss general irternanonal transfer __ Dr. P. M Campbell. Tsricelv belo-.- Association Dr. Camnbell .hoax this nigh: berta branch of the'Caaadiaa Mec: cal association m tne Marquis hotel when he was presented with a lounge chair. Thirty-seven statement signed by the staff; tended. appreciation of the Dr. Campbell said he was us- emment or agencies and at a ;o -onderstano this when they come to see the sunset." Reconstruction Minister Howe an- Inrroducing the honor guest. Dr. nouncec today. TV. E. Bryans spoke of his jears of so s a. Directives of the Tar department relating to army newspapers con- sistently have been violated, the the week ended May 27 was degrees above normal. SASKATCHEWAN OtJTLOOK HSGINA. May factory moisture conditions are rs- Hected by the fact that only two- of 710 points reporting show sufficient moisture for present; re- quirements, the crop report of the Saskatchewan Pool ESevators, Ltd- .for the ending Sfey 24, stated Tuesday. Moisture was sufficient for re- quirements at 86 per cent of sta- tions renorang June 1 last, year. The report said most unfavorable features reported now is poor con- ditions of pastures in. south central, -soatlrsresfc and central parts of Saskatchewan. la general.- -wheat has escaped permanent injury of extensive from frost and as early rain repair much of the damage. Cutworms and wireworras are "working: m parts of the south and three! ageada dealt wita. conference has virtually dis- missed any possibility of agreeing on a multilateral convention binding all signatory nations to a common code of operation, and there seemed little chance tnat tne Question of selecting a permanent frnmp for the organization would be decided a: this time. MUSICIANS' STRIKE CALLED AGGRESSIVE PHONE 4456 For tninnteed repairs to an mates of washers and small gas engines. Lethbridgc Appliances MAYTAG SALES SERVICE 317-Stt St. S. Alf Calhotm Brace Durfee TEMPERANCE POLICY IS EDMOXTON. May 29.- motion of an aggressive policy of i t_ 7 CHICAGO. May C. Petnilo called a strike of musi- cians as a Chicago radio station Tuesday and said he was "expect- ing prosecution" Tinder the Lea bill. Mr. Fetriilo. president of the American Federation of MusiciaES fAJJL.) as '-ell as the Chicago i Federaaon of Musicians, said he hai :here was no because he had Icng-lived parents and he thought peraaps ihe chair was an invitation for him to vray back and sit down." He hasn't any in- tennoa of doing so. The first 20 years of his life he had a healthy job living on a farm in Ontario. After graduation he came west m 19CO to Cardston where he practis- ed six vears and then came to Lethbndge, being the youngest of six doctors here at that He spoke of- the wonderful strides education on behalf of the temper- ance movement was urged here oy Rev. N. R. T. Braa of Wetaskrs-in. in his presidential address to the an- .Eual convension. of the Association. Temperance forces of of the board of representatives committees. WAAP off station had -employ tnree adoitional The Lea librarians "or up. to 1 i one years imprisonment, and Sl.OOQ' which have been mace in preventive i and curative medicine and. m medi- cal parlance, told of an unusual operative case he had. Referring to old age. Dr. Camp- to make in one day and remarked that he had liked to get his ma- ternity work done at nignt so it wouldn't interfere with his day work. He spoke of him as a. com- fortable consultant and one from wnom younger men are always seek- ing an opinion. He is noted for his taciturnity, he said. STHIKES DELAY EQUIPMENT EDMOXTOX, May steel and rail strikes in the United States have delayed completion of equipment for operation of the pro- vincial government's experime'nta! plant for. the extraction of oils and otter by-products from Alberta tsr sands at Bitument. Public "Works Minister Fallow said. DANISH RESISTANCE MOVEMENT FILMED COPENHAGGEN, May _P) During the final weeks of the Ger- man occupation of Denmark, oae film company here began filming the story of Danish resistance to the Nazis. Friends of Lau Laurit- zea threw an armed guard around his siuoio as lone camera ground away. Whenever a German car drew near an alarm bell sound- ed and actors, prop hands, camera men and elecncians ducked out along a hidden ditch. aj3... i or attearats" to comsel broadcasters to io-e enral6vees than thev cause of economic TELEPHONE PEBSECUTIOX OF VICTORIA LADY "TS; V-VTT-VTIFTJ TO Is -EXTENDED TO VICTORIA. May 29. O A threatening telephone call, fake merchandise orders, classified ad in i a local and taxicab calls have Drought Mrs. J. K. Gort, Oak Bay, to a state of nerves and made I her mother violently ill, sbe said last I "You had better get ready for vour own funeral." a woman's hign- pitched hysterical -toice told her over the 'phone several weeks ago. This threat followed two months of fake taxi calls whicn brought scores of taxicabs to her home All calls i were made by a woman with a iugh- pitched voice. Hard of Hearing! Hearing Aid Users! ifFftewrt THE MOST BEAUTIFUL, MOST POWERFUL and LIGHTEST HEARING thm World! ACOUSTICON WASHTNGTOX. May 23- The United States extended a 370.000.000 credit to France lass night to heln her begin a four-xear reconstruction program. Leon Blum, chief French negotia- tor, signed a comprehensive econ- omic and financial agreement with Treasury Secretary Fred "Vinscn and Staie Secretary Symes. cere- mony climaxed II weeks of negotia- aons. President Truman and Pres-dent j beauties, company of my s- t T- is i JLw JO j no; cesiraoie unless acccmpamed j by competence and good health.' Work is a large factor toward con- tentment at that time. "God help the old man who sits down to read and re-read even the interesting Lethbndge Herald. That is the way to senile decay. Man should have a hobby." To Continue Working If a man ass any ability in the medical profession he will have accumulated a number of patients and they become his fneads. Then hp sees some of them go from dis- eases he cannot help, the doctor stated feelingly. "Bus I keep on working. I have simple pleasures including appreciation of Nature's 'eilowmen.! Mimeographing AD Work Carefallv Done J. S. BROWN c-'o Brown's Musical Supplies Lethbridre Felix GOULD cf France annoonced conclusion of the financial conversa- tions in a join; statement released simultaneously ia Washington and Paris comforts of home, roast, beef and Yorkshire pudding, a game of j bndge and odd game of he said. "I want to keep on going j but am side-stepping some of the THUli" t BATTERY uut "R" CELL COMftlMfB Jh.y WOtlD'S TINIEST ATTIXY COMI1NAT1OH Htm A magnificent instrument that brings you the final, happy, post-war reslization of everything you dared hope for! The lightest, smallest, most powerful instrument case, as easy to carry as a spectacle case! So beautiful yon will thrill with pride to wear it! See it! Try id NO OB- LIGATION! for Local District Clinics for your convenience as follows: Thursday, May Hotel, Medicine Hat, p.m. to p.m. Friday, May Hotel, Lethbridge, p.m. to p.m. Acousticon Hearing Aid Clinic 129 Seventh Avenue West Calgary T. M. Nisbet, District Acoustician presents a partial fst if job avaiabfe ihrwgb its Ucai Matitial Office. MEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Salesman (Commission) Auto Mechanics Tailors Coal Farm Couples Cooks Welders Carpenters Shoemaker Construction Laborers Steam Engineers Electricians Wanted Elsewhere Cooks Coal Miners Auto Mechanics Tinsmith WOMEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Experienced Stenographers Dayworkers Maids (Country and city) Waitresses (country and city) Chambermaid? (counirv) Housekeepers for Farrn' Hospital Help Seamstresses Factory Workers Laundry Workers Wanted Elsewhere Dry Cleaner Photo Finisher Stenographer Ward Aids Cook for Lumber Co. Beauty Culture Instructress Make f_R vse of the Local Office National Eniifcymewt Service. It is there to serve yovr needs, aid those of yoir Community. DOMINION LABOUR DEPARTMENT Humphrey Mitchell MINISTER OF LABOUR A. MacNamara DEPUTY MINISTER SALE Dresses In Every Style, Size And Color TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE WONDERFUL BARGAINS... COMPLETE YOUR WARDROBE WITH DRESSES FROM THE MODEL DRESS SHOP 1 RACK These beautiful dresses are just the thing for town-trctung. Sleek and smart, they bring out the better points of this year's fashions They are made of fine material and styled to please you! TO S16.95 BETTER HURRY FOR THESE, THEY ,WOXT LAST LONG AT EACH I RACK Here's your chance to get that better dress at low cost. It's that dress that you have been dreaming about for so long. 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