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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETSBRIDGE HEKALD TUESDAY, APRIL 16, Education "Must" For New Army For the same categories, the maxi- j mmas for lieutenant-colonels are 45, 50 and 50. BOOM AT IMPLEMENT 11 Cultural Arts Featured At Event (Continued Iron From Page.) OTTAWA. AP20 16. The j of the Prices Board t'as in announcisg tenas of service RBGINA. April 15. I An oil-drilling- boom was in j-> prospect, today for the j-> Lloycmiasrer seld on the Alberta-Saskatchewan boun- ___ dary following the blow-ia Alberta Stake MJ.A_ there Saturday of Saskatche- cultural arts festival is the Social l-> Iran's first which is Centre Fiiday and Saturday even- ings. Both programs were re- Army May Get Pay Boost Apr3 The hcass of representatives Moa- KHAKI DRILL OUT CARDSTOK. Th- actions contrasted with ap- peals of the administration and the j, for continuation of indue-i. still procuein? steacoly at the rate of 40 barrels an hour. ceivec. Program Priciay tioas for one year asfi a 20-per cent i Call-in Slerklev as master of cere Potatoes, 135; wheat, 67; cats. j Irom these stiff OTTAWA. April An inter-service committee, studying new uniform de- signs as one means of tractig recruits, have ed to recommend to of staff the -present rumpled Admirer Pays Fine For Sailor Who Nelson's Hand AI IXXCDOX. April A. Henry Taylor, 31-year-old ex-iner- A chant seaman who climbed and de- A p scended the ISO-foot Nelson's Ccl- J Breath-taking speed as JLondon of smarter material, it learned Monday night. i ers gaoed. Monday was fined 40 shillings (SSJ90) on a drunk and dis- i orderly charge. But Taylor didn't have to pay for as to a batch of promising other ranks selected VETERANS FffiST Special consideration _ prices wouie sppiy :o only _ domestic items which wouid mean gate's expressed Loreen Shaw as cast: cue: by Keith so a Canadian lance- the over-all increase 1941 that the United and and Adeline Law of Glenwood. with I on share of "stock outstanding. Imperial Oil Co. Earnings Are Up TORONTO, April to April Sleeping and parkc car privileges at EASTER GIFT SUGGESTION Prepay a ticket to dear to you. No extra charge. On sale at sil stations. KEW TO3K, April men ana one of tne most glamorous Mayor William the ex.- and deepest holes to be filled is in j as district "attornev of I Brooklyn led the licuioation of the i -lerroristic Murder, Inc, gang, las; night declared a personaf war i the newly-formed Sect air ana. j; i NO. 8 STRIKE (Continued from Front Page.) disputes at Canrnore and Leth- bricge, he said, were "local mat- REQUEST j Robert Livett of Calgarv, d5s- tricl president IT of A., con- tacted by The Herald by telephone early Tuesday afternoon, slated he had been advised that the No. 8 men out on strike had refused to j go to wore and that he had wired j union officials at Lethbridge ask- ing that the men go back to work against what he termed the threat- ened revival of the slaughter syn- dicate. The mayor's disclosure that he feared new inroads by an "un- derworld empire" was" followed shortly by his' declaration that "in my my four years (as are not going to or- ganize in New York, and I don't care who likes MINE DISASTER KEPT SECRET TOKYO. April 167- world's worst mining underground explosion which snuf- fed out 1.549 Chinese and Korean i pending negotiations for a. settle-1 lives in the Honkeiko colliery in j meat of the dispute. "I have reported for the head- years after _ _ gTjri domestic Canadian cattle hac faeeE conducted srid the department" now was develODing the "cattalo" by breeding the buffalo at Wain- wright, Alta-, with domestie cat- Kayak Overturns, Boy Drifts Mile WINNIPEG, April drifting more thart a mile down- stream, clinging to an overturned kayak, 12-year-old John Smmons of "suburban St. James was rescued Sunday from the flood waters the Assinibolse river. In a desperate effort to SSTS young Emmocs grasped the branch of s. submerged tree, and was rescued by Sgt. Gerry Emmoacls of Port Osbome Barracks, who had seen the kayak capsize, SHOT STARTLES COURT ROOM AT XCEHNBERG April pistol shot in the court- house here today startled judges, counsel, accused and spectators at the Nuernberg Nazi war crimes triaL CoL B. C. Aadras, security offic- er, said it was fired accidentally by a guard lust before entering the court room. The guard was pull- ing his pistol out of his pocket to hand it over, "as all military per- sonnel must hand over their pistols before entering the Col. Andras said. "Unfortunately he puHed. It out bv the trigger arid the weapon off accidentally." MOOSE JAW. Sask_ April of Robin Hood mifls today had withdrawn a strike notice which -was to become eSective this mommg and agreed in. a week-ead .conference to submit their differ- ences with the company to a gov- ernment-appointed provincial boara of arbitration. The workers, num- bering: about 165. are members of the United Packinghouse Workers cf America seeking a 20 per cent wage increase and a num- rer of changes in their contract. The company is reported to have offered a Sve per cent wage in- crease. WANTS WHEAT WASHINGTON, April Uruguay has asked the -combined food board for 100.000 tops of wheat to make up for Argentina's recent refusal to grant a, reauest for a shipment of the scarce cereal, it was revealed Monday. Uruguayan "I pat that freedom, on legal be sis through ray edict as reich minister for the occuoied European territories toward the end of 1941." he testified. Brushing aside charges that he actively persecuted religion. Roses- berg asserted that ihe National Socialist state had given more than marks to churches and thai its laws compared favorably with those in France and Russia. Frowning as he stared off into space, Rosenberg said his principal task always had been to supply ideas io Hitler. Ke lightly con- ceded thai of my co-workers ta touch v.ith the but, denied that he used the police to suppress his opponents. To Questions from his Sawyer, Rosenberg said his written judg- ments of Christian churches were "rather severe and critical" and added that his books were "not without error." Like Herman Goering and Joach- im Von Ribbentrop when they were on the witness stand. Rosenberg maintained there was a deep enmity between him and Hitler's official shaJow. Martin Bormann. on trial before the tribunal in absentia. Minimizing the looting of J and Russian art by his special staff. Rosenberg declared it was in accord with the "peace dictates of Ver- sailles" althcUEh "saaav objects to remain in Germany because of our losses by bombing." A .22-calibre cartridge, swallowed officials estimated that after June 1 by rwo-vear-old Bradford H. Blake thp rinv recublic would be com- nr Xfp eatised his the tiny republic would pleieiy out of cereals. LUMBER FOR BIG JOB OTTAWA, April struction department officials said today sale of feet of lum- ber to the Imperial Tobacco Com- pany had authorized in Van- couver to enable completion of a warehouse. The building had been started a year ago and construction had reached a standstill because lumber was not available immedi- ately. of Cape Elizabeth. death by asphyxiatiors. caused his FROM INDIGESTION HEARTBURN? The acted British formula, MacSeaa Brand Stomach Powder, has brought speedy and helpful rdief to jniBioni of sufferers from indigestion, heart- boxn, dyspepsia and acid stomach discomfort. Buy Macleaa Brand Stomach Powder or Tablets today! AlWAYJCJUMtr THETAMETM THE HANDT FOOCETSiZE ONLY GENUINE IF STCfNATURE AUEX. C MACLEAN APPEARS ON THE PACKAGE RICHEST CPU) STRIKE IN SOUTH AFRICA FOR YOUR HOME-MADE PIES CAKES TB Y ELLISON'S "ROYAL PASTRY' ELLISON MTLUJfG AND ELEVATOR COMPANY LTD. Quality Flonr for 38 Tears. tSOB.' A joint meeting- Tuesday morning- of officials of the min- union and officials of tethbridgc Collieries, LtiL, in connection witn tne dispute at No. 8 mine failed to about a settlement, it iras learned following the conference. The tamers met Mondav r.ieht occur- red April 25. 1942. under Japanese occupation. It vas kept secret by the military from even the Ja- panese government for a month. The explosion Tras set off by short circuit -a-hich ignited meth- j CALGAR5 ane gas. JOHANNESBTJRG, April richest gold reef ever discovered ia South Africa, containing 62.6 ounces of sold to the ton of rock, has beer, discotrered fire miles southeast of OdeQdallsmst in the Orange Free state, Blinkpoorts and Western Holdings announced jointly bere today. WEPT WITH JOY INCREASES EEtlEF CALGART. April gary's indigent relief recipients are SHANGHAI, Aprs the United Miae Workers of f. Am- in the trial ar.d ex- days are here SIMFtI TAII TO SHOW HOW SANK CMBIT WOKKf) G.B. MR. TW1TCHETT wasn't so faappy yester- day. He hSd a problem. He lacked ready cash for his business. He makes snsall s. nice business ia them, too. But lie normally allows his customers thirty or even sixty days to ID the meantime be has to pay his workmen every his power bills every month; pay promptly for metal and wood and other raw materials to earn valuable discounts. So, yesterday, like the sensible business- man he is, he borrowed enough from the Royai Bank for his current needs. When Twitchett's customers pay him, he'll pay oft the bank. This is 3. simple illustration of bank credit in action. It shows how bank credit, A3 an everyday tool of business, provides "working capital" to keep men working; MOST BUSINESSES ARE SMALL Xot rize faat soaadness is the primary test of any business of its ability to borrow. We coant thousands of small AnsOQg oar ccstosiers. In fzcr, most of our large accounts are companies which started in 2 snail! way tnd grew tixroogfa the -wise use of ocr bank credit. Tee Roval Back Manager is there to serve ail types and sizes of business. He'd Hke to serve fox. i when they report. The men an assurance of eight hours work. More than 200 raen, are affected by the Upiin, While making final arrangements his release from employment as an usher of a Calgary theatre boy srole the safe of the theatre. XEMISKAM SOCTAL NOTES LONDON. April Prime Minister Attlee an- nounced Monday in the house of commons a plan for granting bonuses up to NEMISKAM. (HNS) Miss to men who re-enlist Glscys Thompson from High River, in the armed forces for also her sister. Cora, from. Van- periods of three to four POUVP.r i AI.A couver, are visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thompson. Mrs. MacHugh and her son re- cently motored to Lethbridge. Mrs. Jack Sullivan is home after from j spending the winter JJetabridge. BOnths at NEWSPAPER! years. Goal of the new plan is 187300 additional 100.800 for the army. for the and for the nsvy. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. MacMILLAN, Manager ;