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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY. MAY 1 Highlights In The News A puritT campaign was launcced there were _ ;._ _ -______________ rtf -H by Montreal police department following urgings bv church authori- ties. Henceforth Director Feraasd Dilfresnt muss give his personal approval to all billboards, placards, posters and photographs used 10 advertise theatrical before they -anil be allowed for pso- biisnels of Driest stored in Alberta eleiators with most being held baes for local consuiiip'ios and for 4bou: 400 officers and men of Lcrd Stra-r.cona's Horse (R-C ana 200 of CsnacUan FracucaHy e'.ery British freighter aboard the aspire Celza. .Anotier 150 Japanese arrrvec m Vaucosver from AssJer, Otit., to await .oluntary repatriation to Japan. sr> !r. to co-ordinate education of and metis children ia northern Sas- katchewan has oeen suggested to the federal eoternsiea: by the Sas- katchewan education department. A rsubiic meeting called by the Manitoba council of the Labor Progressive party in Winnipeg pledged r-s support of "the strike strussle cf Canadian seamen for ate nghts." Deaths of servicemen's babies en the Zeoulors B. Vance was traced to a virns dis- ease known as "pneumoententis." which hati ne'.er occurred among cumans in the U.S. before. navv .iio oiticers ara rat.ngs uo ;o a fscere onli 5 srxvt half :ts sc- to a rer-iri cc-unens for John. ,pc. Lake Centre i Mirus'er Chevrvr 5Cicl in tne commons no action j dicr'ec ssc'ior. of Canaos f v.ho their ships cr their Mirister Aboo" common.- wer? 12'XXi ;c of Ca- in ard awa.tmc transportation to Can- ada British house of lords ira-.e secord readme to cc _> I program. that the Uri'ed j Sts'es ra'.-.'s atoaiic bonio rests ?t Sik.n. ito'I this summer "bnns ro mili'arv or is race bv r.r 1, A Dubndse. of the of the cur- dcction o: tie of oeer in. rent Review of Scientific jnstm- The general assemblv of tns Church of agreed to a resolution for lurtner re-: ___ ___ ilors than 50 per cent of the, trst havp been' the strain of the uor ia Greece. actiTities in the Toronto arei iSjss Zee instructor in halted bv adjoummert pearing before regional land act J committees hare qualified for set- tlement on the act. qua land under terms of public nealtn nursing in Athens, r.he inquiry, to be resumed m 3. iaid in ilontreaL __ Veterans Minister Mackenzie said H- T- Griffi-hs of Scmcnton at Ottawa that -.eterans or i e-feted chairrnan of -he Northern asout 79 ner cent total 20- Boarc ci tra Na- "r-' tional Instifjfe for the Biird at a meeting in Edmonton Tuesday. The Scottish National party is soliciting support of the Scandinav- ian countries in a decision made at Sararcav's Perth conference- to ap- proach the United Xauons -5-ith a pent.on stating Scotland's claims to self-government, chairman R. Z. Muirhead said today. Sir Alan Herbert srd W. Hamman criticized -Top Secret" recently-puolished critical of the in'.asion of Earone bv Ralph Ingersoll editor of the" NeV "ork netrspaper Fir. -when tney at the festival dinner of the Organization of unemployed in -arsa at Cumberland county, N.S., into "un- employea unions" Vas decided a; a meeting of 40 delegates from vet- groups and labor leaders. Ctlo-duSl SS-C In LOE- government noisr !s buying horses in Canada directly from private dealers mstesd of througa the Canadian government. At Toronto the Christian church urged by Dr. J. H. Mutchmor, social service department secretary of the United church, to support such measures as the 48-hour week. an STiniifll -crage, a national -Hrar labor code, holidays Tnta pay, and higher dou Britain's influence on af- "grievously Unless the Donunion-Provincial conference is re-convened virhin the nent six months. Canada -vrfl' become an "economic Balkans" of nine provinces each isith its hare turned asainst the other. Premier into the Labor government came poorer. Rime Minister Smuts of South Africa said in. London that, the world is shaping up into two great I groups east" and west with trie British group in the middle He i emphasized the need for Anglo- American understanding, The C.P.B. reoorted net earnings of S1.202.5S7 in April comoared S3.013.SS3 in ApnJ, 1945, a de- crease cf ICurray Cortenll. secretarv of the Toronto Labor Council (CiO saic the Trades sno. Labor Congress CAFJL.) will be asked to enaorse the strike of the 37.000 Pacific coast loggers of the CXO. International Woodworkers of America. 55ve cruisers of the United States navy will pay visits to Canadian ports nest month, the United States embassy announced. One of them, the Astona, Tslll visit Victoria June is. David Watson, Moraviantown, One charged with assault for drag- ging xus wife down a roaa bv fter hsjr, was, released after hjs wife said she was willing to live with lum if he promised to support her and abuse her. Robert Duke, 42, of Saskatoon, has been appointed assistant citv architect, Mayor Harry Ainlay of Sdmoatoa. axmounced. A member of the Roya! Canadian Mounted Police at WinniDee for the 1 pas; fire years. Const. "Joseph A Thomas, 54, has been anpointed oiceriy officer e.z the Canacian em- oassy in Brussels. He will for Ottawa early in June and pro- ceed to Belgium from there. The county of Philadelphia spent S7.000 to prepare and mail oaiiots for the recent Pennsylvania state primary elections to its servicemen. Only 114 military ballots were cast cost the state for each vote, Dr. George first Cana- dian missionary to return to Japan. has reached Tokyo and is billeted in the one-ume home of Prince Saimizu. the United Church re- ported Jn Toronto. The World Zionist Congress, due to be neid in Jerusalem on Aug 7, has been postponed until Decem- ber. The Saskatchewan, penal commis- sion reconvene June 3 to con- i cuci puolie sittings in Regina. -Sas- katooa and Pnnce Albert, and to continue its studv of the Saskat- j cher-an correctional institutions and program. The challenge to every Canadian. man and woman, is for teamwcr-i to achieve Uie hignest possible standard o" living sr. the Dominion, said G. Gordon Cockshatt, Brair- ford. Ont, orcsident of the Cana- dian Cnamber of Commerce, in an interview at Winnipeg Resuming a service t'r-at dis- continued during the war years the Canadian Pacific Railway win oper- ate opsn onsenation cars on its passenger trains throueh the Canadian starting June 13 C. Douglas told a meetins of the smce Saskatchewan branch of the Betaii Merchants Association. The coort of in Toronto ruled Fred Brown. Fxed Broa- stein. must serve an additional three jears in Kingston nemtentiary for selling defective mattresses to tns armed forces, It cost S733 Hi to administer th; family allowance act from Juiv 1 to Dec 31 1945. Alan rP.C.. Vork South') vas informed in a reiim tabled in the commons. There were 4S3 temporarv and 35 permanent emnlovees cf the admin- istration two wes'-ts ago, the health department stated. A conference between federal anct provincial labor ministers is sched- uled for some time in the late sum- j mer to discuss the future of labor legislation. A six-man lurv brousht in a ver- dics of net faulty in the case of iidward T Hooper, former H C-AJF. i corporal, of Calgary, on trial for' manslaughter before Chief Justice I W. R Howson in the suoreme crun- j inal court in Calgary. i Five thousand persons gathered In Geneva to Gen de Gaulle with clapping ard cheers when he to Pttend the wed- ding in Geneva Cathedral of his niece. Genevieve as Gaulle, to Bernard Anthomez. 35- i j ear-old Savoy publisher. Danger of serious famire In the British zone of Germanj has been j averted by tne shioaient from Bnt- ain of large quar.titiss of barley and potatoes. A DEODORANT OF DOUBLE ACTION ifargaret Lester, six, of Keoma, Alberta, is recovenr4g in Calgary I hospital from a broken back sus- tained when she was hit by an auto at Kecraa a week ago. The grain situation in nortneirs Alberta elevators is not good, a survey showed. At last reports HELPS PREVENT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AND ODOR WITHOUT IRRITATING THE SKJM ARRID gi-.cs you double protection. J- f-rotccts ;oc from perspiration cxJor, acd heips protect your clothes from noa spots. Arria is an odorless deodoraer, with the fine textvrc of a bca-ty cieaoi. It wnisncs insiintlr grvirg imniediire results. Arnd, you are absolutely safe can enjoy -wherever you are rcgirdiess of the weather. Protect your daintiness and charm with Amd. Start using it It .s xcry X, 39c ard 59r ARRID The largest Sefirg Deodorant FRIDAY SHOPPING STORE HOURS: sum. to p-m. Saturdav ajm. pm. We-inesdlay a-m. to IUGO. Information Phone 3727. NEWS 3 Light CEILING FIXTURES With 16-inch Glass Shade for rim'ng or living rooms, A gracefully designed light fixture la secai-ceUing stjle sicart glass shace aixJ three sockets. Eacii Trilight Floor LAMPS WITH BULB AND SHADE Good in tii soise mocera floor lamps for jour onvn cr for sifts. Bases are of heaij cieta; snc: are fm- in sold and bronze col- ors. Snaces are of paper, strcnjlv rcace. ptete bulb. Cash Smart Table Lamps to 95c ONE-LIGHT CEILING FIXTURES inese fixtures are suitable for becrooms Or halls. Up-to-tne-ceiimg styie finished in r.ory color. Each METAL BRACKET WALL LAMPS For livm? room coning room or bedroom. Chromium-platea holder with ODalescent "lass shade of modem design. fh M Third Floor SAVINGS ON COATS! WOMEN'S COATS REGULAR TO An opportunity to save hand- i on thai new light-weight coat been -Ranting! This clearance-priced group offers popular darker cress coals and casual types tailored from good-looking woo! coatings in piain shades and tweec mix- tures. raj on linings. Sizes 14 to -U in the lot. to KIDDIES' COATS Regular to And here are thrift values in coats for joungsters. Snappy jumor stjies in fitted, bosj- and belted models to please "email "Wool coatings and tweeds in seasonable colors raj on or cotton linings. Sizes 2 to 6, 7 to 10 and 8 to 14s. Each to Women's and Juvenile EATON'S, Second Floor WOMEN'S WHITE COLLARS CLEAR! There's a grand choice of dainty neck- wear in t'n's clearance- pnced lot! A variety of styles for round and V necMmes made from cottoc Dicue and or- ganay or rayon crenes and sheers Cnsp v. hite mceiy finished. Sanitary Supplies 14c to EATON'S. Main Floor KOTEX Junior. Regular and Super. Bos of 12..... Box of 48 (Regular) QUEST Deodorant Powder and Regular, package of 5.. Regular and Super. package of 10 Super. package of EATON'S, Main Floor 27c 93c 35c 25c 39c Men's "Loafer" JACKETS Reduced! Regular and Several stjies to select from here! Two- tone wool polo cloth, cotton cordurov and wool tweed combinations, and button and zinper-front styles with ravon Lnwigs. ifaroon, blue, green and brown 36 to 44 collectively. Each Boys', Youths' JERSEYS Regular S125 and SI.79 C.OJX orders accept- ed by 3Iaa or Phone: Dandy summer jerseys similar to sweatshirts. Knit from soft brushed cotton yarns in long-- sleeved pullover style with crew neckline. Bright red, green, yellow, blue or fawn. Sizes small, medium and large; also 22, 24 and 26. Each 95o Men's and Boys' Main Floor SUMMER FOOTNOTES "SCAMPERS" Sturdy brown leather Blucher sport oxfords with plain solid toes, composition so3es and ruober heels. Sizes 11 to IZV2, pair Sizes 1 to 5'A, pair.. FABRIC SANDALS Choiqe of two coo: stales in faanc sancals with craped vamps, leatherette trm, Hat heels ar.d istftep strap with buckle fastening. Red or white muiti-colored Sizes to 9, medium wiath. Pair EATON'S. Second Floor HOSE AND ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR LAWN OR GARDEN _ ALL-RUBBER (SYNTHETIC) HOSE Get an extra length to reach those far comers. Complete with coupiir.-s and washers. 23 feet BRASS HOSE NOZZLES Combination stream, sprav and cut-off. Rust- resistant. Each 50 feet HOSE WASHERS" Synthetic washers to use with jour hose connections. 12 FISH Fresh Caught Northern Whitef ish and Tulibees NOT FROZEN Whitefish 3Qc Tulibees lb. ggc FRESH KILLED FOWL A Grade, Ib. 35C B Grade, lb. 33c Fresh Killed B Grade Turkey, lb. 40c Meats Main Floor. EATON C w -r e s -r BRANCH M STORE EATON'S "RENOWN" HOUSE PAINT house paint in these colors: outside gloss wnite. grev, medium orown. bright red' cream, oark brown, green, buff, nnght green, sky blue, Inoian rec and shutter green. Imperial Quart Imperial Gallon Five Imperial Gallons 95c PAINT CONDITIONER A NEW SERVICE AT EATON'S: We have just installed a modern paint mixing machine which means that onr paint customers are assured that paint K thorousrhsy mix- ed before it the store. Paints EATON'S, Basement "COHAMA" (TRADE NAME) RAYON PRINTS ABOUT 38 INCHES WIDE Just arrived! lately new "Cohasna" name) fabric for your very smartest summer frocks, blouses or better sportswear. This handsome sum- mer rayon is printed in unusualSy effecihe patterns ia a rid of gay color! Yard 36-INCH WOOL-FACED JERSEY COATING REGULAR YARD CHOICE OF RED, GREEN OR COFEX BLUE Three grand colors to select from in this clearance- priced coating! It's a good weight for summer "shortie" coats, for Fall casuals or for the Kiddies' coats, jackets or snow suits later on. Wool- faced outer surface woven to a jer- sey-knit cotton backing. Yard Dress Second Floor Women's Cotton LISLE HOSE FIRST QUALITY CIRCULAR KNIT Dandy s'ockings for holiday neat m appearance and hard-wearing, too! Circular knit from cotton lisle jams, rein- forced at heels, toes and welts. Sunblond 8 to 10 J4. 596 EATON'S, Main Floor Novelty Plastic ORNAMENTS REGULAR TO Solve those birthday, anniversary or weeding gift problems in a novel way by cnocsmg "these attractive plastic ornaments. Besides being ornamental, thev are useful, and induce: 85c .75 CANDY DISHES, regular S1.90. Half Price, each............. JEWELRY BOXES, regular S5.33, Half Fnce CANDLE HOLDERS, regular S3, Half Price, pair HARP-SHAPED MUSIC BOXES, regular S17.50, Half Price Main Floor HOUSEWARES "BRILLO" 2 boxes 27c. Box of five economy size pads with sosp for kitchen cleaning purposes. Bos ......................6c BREAD AND CAKE S2.79 Made from meta! vith sloping front and roll-back lids on two sepa- rate compartments Ivory-cdor enamelled fir.isn about 14x15 inches at, bottom, 14 inches high. Half Price, each lOc Clear glass tumblers with no-nic" edges, about. 9-ounee size. HaSf Pnce, eacn ..........................................5c 44c 24 c NO-RUBBIXG LIQUID FLOOR %VAX High grace floor v-ax inpt dries to a glassy lustre Imperial Quart, regular S9c. half pnce........... Imperial Pint, regular 49c, naif pnce FLASHLIGHT B 10c Standard size Half Pnce, each ............................5c SAFETY SI.25 Kapok-filled, ron-ymkaole cucl-ions fcr boats or canoes. Covered wish stnoea Nice for or auto, too. Half Pnce, each ...................................67C SCRUB 25c About 9 inches long. Half Pnce, each 12c FLOWER Attractive pottery vases in jellow, blue, green, peach or brown Half Fnce, each' (tax Basement NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER! ;