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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Highlights In The News while playing with. his three broth- ezs and other is-ei, drilled, to 14301 fee: and plug- gesi back to 13.7S3 feet, came, raw p For fAy DWOl Winnipeg Mayor 5 TK-hea the taxi in which they were i nan? collided a stree; car. S-> A s ai SdTreli, Alberta. j. J. Dale, Sec Deer barber, father o5 iliss Una Dale of Mac- leod. died recently. Joseph Besubies. now Si, has been elected mayor of Outremoat, Que-, lor the 3Sib consecutive terra. Dorothv Yaivois and Aaroa Good- man of Montreal -a-on top honors lor mixed pairs in the 45th. touroa- r. April 20 isent of the Canadian Kational icermen. here "RILL re- Bridge Association -frith.' __.--.- ;_ a jcsjre of 30JT.-J5. SevEnty-two olayers participated. Organize? of the firs: annual sale. of vooi in 1915, E. Holmes, secretary-treasurer of the SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1946 Demand For British Livestock TEE HAGCB. April near court of iater- nationai tsisnce caine into being Timrsday at the seat of the old world, court and Jose Giistavo Guerrero of El Salvador, president, ex- j abducted fros there Fieb. 8. a millinery store British govemaient -arill intro- duce legislaUon providing for na- tionalizalion of Cable and "VTiretess provides telecora- pressed cope that interna- j nmujegjioas between Britain livestock. EDEvBtTBGH. April general food shortage, and especially the world-tilde de- mand for more meat, has brought with it a. steadily increasing ceiaaad from overseas for British pedigree Xyloa sheeting, a ne-s- prime MscSenJue which soon may be used as a sus- appointment of A. J. to Tfce Sectric Co plans to soenc I.OO0.003 this year ftv .o_ s stitcte for leather, is being produc- ed in experimental Jots by the IXi company a: 'Wilmington, Del- Major of Ottawa the feoersl Laura EooSwr, 72. c: Horss school r_y. a Caribvx> pioneer who lived ______ commission, IHang a vac- ancy caused by death of A. E. Pro- A general increase of ten vear. Authority for the increase salaries was granted recency by the ilsniroia iegisinure. C. E. saic: here just to craw cur creches bat the taxpayers should pay for the work cone." Alberta Promciai Co operative, Sheep Breeders" association, ended 33 years" service her resigna-" I tional Jo.valty to the pnn- v ciple of peaceful settlement ol differences would xiase the new tribunal succeec. leara that her farm iiwr.e cena ar. .-.our ass been r. Oklahoma had of aura oJ oi a ceac- died at Montreal rrsrfet in meat Her. E. T. a raU-blaod- S. G. ed 3 paeisaghBBse of- ed in Reserve near t has C screen six -Coraedy scor Tories Threaten Censure British Gov Steel Nationalization j i i Gary Moore. 14. of Calssry, is re- S poteei in "very cooc condition" by 1 attendants at "the Mayo in -I- ldie parts of she Commonwealth. I Since the establishment of Jsreeds parliament re- and registered herd books, British. i assembles after the Easter recess. j herds and flocks have been able 10 i maintain unimpaired a supply of i on "i-hich overseas breeders have been able to draw for saain- tenancs of the quality of their OWTI herds. Meisbers of the new Six underwater minus are resting 130 feet below the sur- face in San Francisco bar, the United States nary has an- nounced. Unless the mines should happen to foul the pro- pellers of deep draft vessels, there's no danger however, the nary added, because they're duds. i present only drag addicts are segre- gated. _ j A spokesman at the Labor-Pro- gressive party national office in British tn2itarr gover bsnned for the time being all horse -acing and fox in the Bn- tish zone in Germany. dy of Charlss STimro. 35. haning in the basement Town council of The Fas, Man, allowance cbecues issued to treaty Indians are not being misspent. reported _ i for workers made duri the first at its; by the board of industrial relations. i force. Is announced Police in Vancouver are search- The British Columbia govern- "are riaimins a ing for burslars who ransacked the inem has definitely to take H" has home of H." A. Sneyd anei then set, no action in n' n-o- i -o._ fire so the house. j board workers. The Piper Baking Co- announces t will market bread mace! would save wheat i plete satisfaction with a report on medical conditions ai the Portage Attorney-Geaeral J. O. McL-ena- of 'Manitoba expressed com- oovemment ampts to the soft coa! strike, involving; o-ean. eated r sbpe bat that its taste see i--PeHor ordinary en Indians on streets and that they were using family cheques to buj' liouor. the snaiter of pro- driven about l.OOO.OOC- miles or. 'VTin- nipeg streets since 1515 urithoui aae Mrs. Baric TateskT. 33-year-old I H'ussiari worcan in Fo- Angeles, i convicted of attempting to steal, gave birth to twins 57 crown property. Private A. E. TVm- i hours abar, chEd died. rccicent. Aa board and Mrs. Edward Montsomery was fairly good. suffered'-head and ches TO-NIGHT TOUOttOK UUUTIVK Bresideni of Vancouver Beard of' Spread by high fire ces- j trainmen. Trade, died Victoria. troyeei three properties and cap- others in the Hawkshaw cos- i Frank Saiemo -K-as just Dr Ciif'o'd Charles Xash, of halfway between Woodstock. time off from various rs Kines-an. former member of KitJg- and Predericton in j -when ae visited the stcn Council and Boara of Territories, bus the tnp yieiasa io, Education, is dead. i Secretary of State James Byrnes 2Oici claims traich nave netted lum i said in Washington te tvin ieave, about j Superintendent; of diesel shorfy for she Paris meeting of- fer Po-arer Cam- i foreign ministers. The minsters fission William Hooe Hoss. 63. died inU iry to break the over at Hegina. ilrs. H: Martin, or i Buropean peace settlements. is a I Bavic Ser- elected president I drotraed In a shallow ditch in front I cf the Sdmorston Labor Temple at of his father's garage as 3. recent meeEing. Ee succeeds D.' 125 miles northwest of Saskatoon. Two Australian officers "were killed when a war crimes inves- tigation party was ambushed by Indonesians "outside the Allied- coatroUed area south of Buiten- zorg, Java- Disuatches from Taranto. Italy, j report a crois-d of tiromen sacked E. Sour -srarehouse at Massafra after demonstrating in front; of tie city hall is protest against current Sour rations. Banish, bacon sunplies to Britain Trin be held up it Copenhageri slaughtermen strike as planned in a demand for -wage aajustments- Pailure of an attempt at arbitration makes the strike almost certain. Details of a new Soils Royce jet aircraft eneine -which develops 15.- 000 horsepower at 600 miles an hour made oublic in London. 'Kitn rhe riaim that it is the moss power- ful in the world. FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS arranged by our MORTGAGE DEPARTMENT To assist ia iris consiraciioii, purchase or fiiKncing of residential end commercial property. Monthly payment end other repayment plans at current interest rates. The Company is an caiihoiized lending instirj.- inder ihe National Housing Act 1 Catholics in the "United Your latranss grvsn prompt service. i offered she Bombay Tovemmeni; 1.000.000 pounds of flour L'suol courtesies to oil ogens. bejp OVercome India's food diffi- culties, a Sonibay govemmens an- nouncenient stated. THE MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HEAD OFFICE (Established 1SST) CANADA Mortage Loan Agents, Lethbridge E. A. SHARMAN AGENCY OWEN J. WOOD