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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL J Claim Montgomery Initiated Steps To Bar McNaughton From Sicily reli- other in sreai respect. was Vis-i Ges. then com- Molten- initiated! of :Se_lK steps to have Gen. barred from visiting t 1st Csriadiari division brief campaign _ GeiC McNaughtOG is said fives. advance notice of his were on a reT- by Cast. Earry C. Batcher. In his Yolurne Three Years with that Gen. was refused permis- __ ____. _. Ytscosirt Alexander, over-all Sntish Medi- ccrcrssrder and new Cssadtsn governor-general. Informed recalling- the incident here, said there had been at lons-standias clash of personalities between Vis- count Montgomery and Gen. McVaushton, but there never was any animosity between Gen. and Viscouct Alexander. In fact, both sol- diers are- known fe> hold each Many Squirts PARIS. 111.. April macy squirts a gallon of inilk? Frora. 340 to 350, says AUen Stigler, 72. who he's -counted them so many tiraes" in hand miikisg 10 to 17 cows twice daily for the las; 15 years -that I know what I'm talking asxrtit." The mathematicaKy-m- clined dairyman figures tha: he's milked 19S.500 gallons tn Z5 years, or squirts. L- S learc Province Controls Sunday Shooting _______________________ 8 TX1NXIPBG, April j i bird hitters got trie bad news yes- t province of Manitoba, despite the Dominion migratory birds convention act, hss the sole right to prohibit Sunday shooting- The Ukaitoba court of appeal Tuesday upheld the coovicticc by. Magistrate D. G. Potter of E. S. I Paling of Transeona. Man., found cuiltv last January of V''irg focr on Sunday Oct. 21. 3 3, _ disagreement with prwpcct of; able- to take an active part Olfeer to aDOSrc ine s" jS-uction which misht be offered Meanwhile, a caKe has bee- cos- 3 set 57 an officer who did not have j patched to Paris by 31. Oaucort, game betwee? Dosser an- 5 for their and effotis are bercg nxace to trace tv-V Ur.v of the rfiiSEias: cian's relations The case was sabaciited ti these ihere. He :s reported to be a court or appeal by way of'i Alexander j widower but :s believed to have had case_for review as corr-msnder the first some feraaie relations in New "Sork. 3 Mapsooa ar.c TXxzunion la: cf Gen. M. Ciardqn states he believes M. oefeace contencec the and asked that Gen. VcXatighton be declined perans "o visit the 1st division RUSSIA PUTS AUSTRIA 3 TH6 oa.nK ci Aiiic.1 -Ai. WSLS the head is 'wicelv knows through- lbe WEALTHY LNDLAN 1" 77 A. AS PEACE MAKER Accommodation At Calgary 1 ech DELHI. malti-mitlionaine Indian CALGARY. April R-, ist who has dedicated his life to education. I spreading the Philosophy of tdti- 1 been seeking I the inakir concemi LA.. Ansley. ffiiniter AtKJl Cabled jclauning _3v a aerSretatTor.. of the .From the British and O- __ I f-zf ot be established j using one currency and xilumately j Alberta could i in Calvary. __ __mins Austria's stee: tile industries and Austria's one language." ___, the vast majority of controlled me rubber plant, maiaaining that taey ivOKK5: slso are Gerrnan assets. how thV fet economic They are understoodi scdiuonaily A-ustria. ere- S to be s-jigsesting that, they take over! delicate in- the chief bar-i in tneir cases the Hussiar-s want -sotsdatn to conrlscate concerns completely States re- but in others tlwy seek to a deal with the Ausmaas whereby to shares of German! joict companies wiU be set IIP on a Sei in Austria, which now 50-50 basis. The the Hnssian zone and where sbotit however, woino. oe K LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Frons Page.) i after all his parents both, were I certainly K will. I depression snd drought; wspec. out j poiiucs. of accumiiiated savinss. anc, dreadfully afraid of the magic in, the Roosevelt, name and will con- j seouentlv do anvthing to prevent j anv of them making a success in pa-'cens of Ausulan industry is located. last six monies in. par- ticular, the Hussians, interpzeting Poiscara to the very letter, have The Russian vres in the industrial rleic have British and American authorities here orried and no one seems to know pre- osely what; the answer will be. Owner of Jewels and Art Objects Is Believed Washed Overboard VAXCOUV2S Auru G i general here, sai Jewels art objects valued EE from, the fabalous Orient inned from eastern Canada. I w'eek, Canadians (Charlottetown Patriot) Canaa. (Carottetown atri learned j If beer by the glass will do away j thau depression, drought, and war with night beer parties._ it mignt. j have no's really changed the prairie i nos be a bad idea. Mcacay morn- _____ 11T1 nOTLtleS paaers brought 10.CXJO farraers Ontario and Halifax inrrccucea j into Yorkton, Sask. (pop- beer and soft drink parlors. The ulation. Their pockets bulg- i bottle nuisance is getting oaa ed with hanir notes. Moss carried j again. as least, Many had much' sre under lock and key ana spe- cial guard aboard the S.S. Sam- water while authorities try to as- certain the fate of. .tienri Bar, re- puteci miiiionaire head, of the Franco-Chinese Bank, who has dis- appeared. Pirs; intimation, of tht proolern which, customs officials sow face message from th ore. Bat his collection of_ yveii. S-cSa-SamTSnl.; vale Jones swiped U minor economise and a major pIS COiiecuc-n U- j t. iewelerv and an, objects has posed j money-maker. Houston believes tsx- a probiem for the customs offi- i ation can be equalized if an cur- Drai. j -Well, was the repiy. ?n- orain CQL.Q o. i Private Smiths fags, so he threw a boos si him.! Then Smith hit- Jones with a plate j and Jones banged Smith's head on, the Tes. And then. j "Then they got ass-i ana startetl j he may as to others to Ms scheme, he may as to ngai. So far the treasure has no; been well have Ms share of the casn -rrriS removed irora the ship. The com- j thai is hoarded in attics and eel- -_i_ _i. _ ir i T CQ I I Hi OF.J-S. in Cranbrook Cpurier) partrcens in which the treasure is j lars. the SJS. Samwster last Thursda... the tiine of year when ss sarawster lass addressed 10 DOG- stored aboard the ship was sealec irsctors TidT aeents for j and placed under special guarc Hbustoi well and Company. LtcL, agents the British ship which Betwns here showed peered isst rnsmbers reported that they naa encounteed nasty weather for sev- eral davs during the esrly part ot and it is presumed tnat Bar was washed overboard. Intended to Retire" Tr-.f ntissine roan is believed to i _T ties until investigation of the miEE: Yorkton had never ing banker's estate 3s compieteo. ana anything like it. Hundreds they are informed of disposition of j o, into the town the antttacki the sale. 3y evening. by a tick! a anaooarcunghouse room j SsE Of the Spokane SriT tte docair found the .tick, the collection. 1C _ j Investigation so far has reveaiec Liiat Bar disappeared a few min- utes after he ief; the ship's salon for his cabin at. 9 rjjn. Two hours i day before cv i i pverv rotel that Bar disappeared a few nun- mssng man s -Voo-tr; 60 vears old. of which the for his cabin at. 9 pm- it 25 were stKnt in the Orient, later his Disappearance _ _.-" __ TV3 C C Charles Clatidon, French consul- ered by other passengers who shar- search of the snip lauec 10 leveai j any trace of the man. jjke In Good Spirits -j passengers reported it j Mounted TKGJs j. Aii i., through the streets seeking beds s in private homes. Townsfolk ac- coinmodated about 300. Alderman i doctor found the tick in her hair at the back j her neck. The tick was removed I his disappearance was cjscov- about 300. Alderman! -SaT-as labora- by other passengers who shar- c G opened the town- he same cabin bus a thorougn auditofkni al a dormitorv and reveal Uounaspacefpr lOOta grooms of of Clubs (3. teen-age Canadian The vl.V Roval le Fellow passengers reportea it Mounted Police let four visitors was Bar's custom" to retire promptly sleep in jail cells. But most of the at -nirm o'clock everv night and farmers had to bunk in their cars at nine ouiuua. lariceus lidu u that when last seen tifr appsarea to j or trucks, parked te in the best of health and spirits.; town. irmViT'n- fnnrsrri to his return ex-cc and lopkiiig forward to his return: to Paris. Charles Claudos. declared that he was unable to give any explanation as to how Bar haC managed to retain his treasure during the Ja- 1 canese occupation of China. Sailed From Shanghai The French consul said that Bar's t bank had branches scattered i through China and Indo-China and i thai Bar mav have spent most of the war in either of the two coun- tries before sailing from Shanghai. M. Cla-udon said that Bar was LIFE WITH 'JUNIOR" 60 FOR BORDER'S EVAPORATED MILK FOR in and near the i By sunup a.mO. many of the visitors were looking for food. In the next two hours they were i joined by the inain invasion force. Every restaurant and food counter was jammed until supplies were exhausted. One restaurant served 3.652 meals. Then the crowd, bois- terous but never unruly, sought entertainment. In the seven hours the government liquor store was open, it handled more than of gin, rum, beer, and wine, which require no permit. Beer parlors sold about 10.000 glasses before their kegs emptied. Department and dime store found buyers" for almost anything they had on their counters. But the auction brought the real iO- whether it is a spotted fever Dr. Merrill H. Stiles, wno hanclec. j rne case, says' that after the tici is removed symptoms of paralysis j should disappear in from sis. to i twelve hours. I After the tick gets on the ooay i and beeins exuding toxin, ascend- ing paralysis starts, beginning in the legs working up to the arms, throat, and finally the respiratory If not removed, the tick will cause complete and fatal paralysis. The temperature rises late and full j paralvsis" mar take from three to; live cays, although in young crui- j dren it'ic-y take less time. j display of readv wealth. Promptly at 10 a.m.. three auctioneers start- ed the sale. Farmers whose rhil- s dren were going to school in flour sacks just, ten years ago began j KILLED ON C.X.R. TRACK. CAMKOSE, Alta., April ffi- Koval Canadian Mounted Police j reported that D. E. Scheie. 23, was killed late Monday night about 11 miles south of here when he was j struck bv an extra Canadian tional Railways train. Scheie