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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1946 THE LETHBEIDGE HERaLD P AGE KTNB Canadian Press Elects Officers TORONTO. April I. publisher of the Hamilton', i r, was elected president of Press I He succeeds Senator W. A. Buch- f T president and managing' T director of The Lethbridge Herald. :T who bad been president for two s years. Mr. Ker was also elected president of Press New. Ltd. iA Victor Sifton, publisher-of the'A Winnipeg Free Press, was elected i vice-president and Herve A A Major, editor of Montreal La Presse second vice-president. I-------- Senator W. Rupert Cartes, presl- dent of the Kingston Whig-Stand- ard, was elected honorary presi- dent, succeeding H. P. Duchemin. president and editor of the Sydney Post-Record. The new president of, Canada's news-gathering co-operative was general chairman of the Canadian Dailv Newspapers Association and the American Newspaper Publish- ers Association, and of the Southasa Company. Born in. Dunham, Que.. he was educated at McGUl. entered newspaper work in 1921. and be- came editor and managing director of the Spectator in 1930. He was a delegate "to the Imperial Press con- ference of 1930 and attend the sixth imperial Press conference, to be held in-London this year. OTHER OFFICERS The new CP officers were chosen by the board of directors, elected at the annual general meeting of member newspapers. George McCuliagh. publisher of of the Toronto Globe and Mail ex- pressed the membership's regret at Senator Buchanan's decision to re- tire from the board, and its grati- tude, generally for the wisdom, tol- erance end executive capacity he had devoted to CP's well-being dur- ing his years as board member and president. ALJMEBTA BCD CXOM IHUYE OVEB, TOT CALGARY. April The Canadian Red Crocs So- cietv ixt Alberta went over the top when figures climbed to Objective in the provincial vision of Alberta have con- tributed Korthern, and Edmonton. Cross through a joint Com- munity Chest-Red Cross drive. ights In The News a heavier volume of produc- hot of a D. Thompson, Truro. Iff JR. f age retired after 55 years in the horse- 1 tion. shoeing and blaclcssaith business in f Nova Seotis- j Accused of running A j poker through the arm of a 12- Rain iate Wednesday supplied the year-old girl. Beaaor Mae Pfersdau, finishing punch to end the worst 1 19. pleaded in Marshalltcwa, series of forest fires in Michigan j Is, to assault with Intent, to maim in years- and 'Bras sentenced to five years ui i _ (prison. Fire which caused damage esd- i mated at swept through Oiu- Je-r was killed and 30 were premises of the W. A. Schaeffer Pen after a runrjng scua cat- j Company on Fleet Street West in Ue rctii a a.-d downtown Toronto. j military force searching .southern j j Palestine for saboteurs who charge of soil research at the Sirtlt Tn Current Dominion Experimental VfllC Ul FlVf. Station, leaves Friday lor Wash- M Ington to take a short course prior WlVfiS to joining a United Nations J and Rehabilitation Administration! Tn WAV. which is leaving soon for China. He' as a soil examiner special- J uriil wor ist with the U.S.R-R-A. DEATH CLAIMS SECO1CO or--------------------- 1 of Permanent deyntdecce Great Britain batter cheese Canada. Australia and New Zealand, is envisioned in of a 10- vear plan under which Britain Vonld devote ber dairy output supplrinj a daily fresh milk lT for everv man. woman child In the country. Apsil British chorci-mea and social workers are startled the, just published In contrast to 1945 McCuUagh. Toronto Globe and Mail, f R. H. Thomson. Tunmins Press, and j John Mptz; Kitchener Record. I Major. Montreal j La Presse, A. F. Merder. Quebec i G. N. Car- penter. Montreal Gazette, and A. J. West. Montreal Star. P. Duchemta. Syd- ney Post-Record. R_ J. Rankin. Halifax Mail, and T- F. DrammSe, John Telegraph-Journal. New members of the board are Messrs. Leigh-Spencer. Payse, Gal- hraitb. Holmes. Merrier and Motz. Named to represent the Canadian section on the council of the Em- pire Press Union were Senator Davies. Mr. Nichols, HOE. W. A. Buchanan of the Lethbridge Herald. P. D. Ross of the Ottawa Journal. Eugene Lamarche of the Montreal la Presse. Hon. W. H. Dennis of the Halifax Herald, Gillis Purcell. gen- eral manager of The Canadian Press. Toronto, and R. W. Keyser- lingk of the British United Press, MontreaL The meeting discussed the pro- gram of the sixth imperial press conference which will meet in Lon- don, England, ia June. former army chaplain that during the war an average of cne in wives of servicemen were unfaith- J f ul to their husbands after three years' separation, As uaoScial was takes 1 by 20 army chaplains among j troops ia Italy when they noticed; an increasing number of applxa-' when the for compassionate leave be-1 since' cauf of iruirimoaiai troubles- i Rev.; Apra second ol quad- ruplets bom Tuesday to a mother at aearby Kelso died yesterday, The tiurd boy. three unnamed boys and the girl were listed ooly by letters on the hospital birth shortly before _ K Tuesday night. quadruplets were born Tuesday to Mrs. Lee Pierce. husband was a month, ago. Ji Montgomery VWtUf n BAMES Writing Book West Front By Frew 3Czitcn BAD April 4.