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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta [WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24.1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE KIKE Highlights in The Newsj A "fairly strong" earthquake., originating in the southwest Paci- fic south of Java, or I in the Xewr Zealand region re- j corded on Westoa. Mass.. College seismographs Monday night. cash and In from a messenger. drowning on Boulevard Lake at Port Arthur when their improvised raft broke up some 700 feet from shore, forcing them to remain in the water, an hour before tbey were rescued by city firemen- Clarion Mail. 15-yeaivold daughter j redprocatrnr engines will be classed separately, DIES AT CAEMANGAT Wrapped in a towel and------ paper, the boclv of a newborn, boy found in the Toronto, beneath the Sherbourne Street bridge in the mideast sec- tion of the city. Ethiopia has offered to supply United Nations Relief and Rehabili- tation Administration 'Kith 100.000 tons of wheat and other foodstuffs in the neit year and a half for famine relief. The offer also in- cluded tons of coffee. Jaraes Harper, 65, a prolific song writer in his younger days, died Monday at his N J-. home. A native of Glasgow, Scotland, he wrote more than 100 songs. Foreign Minister Paul-Henri Spaak of Belgium ioJd Britain's T-eretsn Secretary Bevin that Bel- gium considers ehe has a right to be represented at she forthcoming Big Pour conference in Pans if the question of the Ruhr is raised. Vincent Massey, retiring Cana- dian high commissioner to the Unit- ed Kingdom, and his wife have ar- rived at Windsor Castle, the Bri- tish court circular announced. "Lfc-Gen. Guy Simrnonds, Dormer officer commanding Canadian forces in The Netherlands and Canadian tcfj s commander in Italy, said in skieston, Ont., at a civic luncheon in his honor that Canadian ser- vicemen brought with them on their return from overseas an increased sense of responsibilitv and know- ledge and were better citizens be- cause of their experiences. Old age. pensioners, widows re- ceiving mothers' allowances and war aensioners are the prospective tenants for an apartment buiifimg j now being, constructed in Burling- ion, Ont., under a plan whereby the government lends 90 per cent of the total cost. iwss Mary Niciwlls, Peterborough. Ontario's oldest resident, celebrated her 103rd birthdav Monday with, the assertion that it is "a terror" the way women of todsy are tak- ing men's jobs. Lee Tong. 63, was sentenced to six months definite and six months in- definite in an Ontario government institution at Whitby. and fined, or an additional three months, he pleaded guilty to having in his possession quantity of opium. Fire swept through the main of Kational Pressure Cooker Company of Canada, Ltd.. In Wallaceburg, Ont., and caused damage estimated, at several thou- sand dollars. A portion of Prevost, naval divisional headquarters in London, Ont., has been turned over to the citizen's rehabilitation com- mittee for temporary housing of veteran university students. The cargo liner Salacia left Montreal with items of good news for the people of Bri- tain. .Eer cargo was eggs, 000 fresh eggs being kept in. re- frigerated holds. Dr. Luis T. Rodriguez, new Mexi- can, ambassador to Canada, in Ot- tawa presented his letter of cred- i ence to Viscount Alexander, gover- nor-general, and exoressed the de- sire for "unlimited collaboration until commercial exchanges bring shout the friendship and sympathy we have as our aim." Married, to Ludenne Foumelle Mondav afternoon, Ernest Beau- champr 51, died Monday night after being taken to hospital for an em- ergency oneratioE. A verdict of natural heath was returned at an inquest. A sanatorium for" tuber- cular persons is being built at Ste. i Germaine on Lake Etchemin, Dor- Chester county, Quebec. i Mai. Jean Paul Martin of Que- i bee has been appointed principal j aide-ce-camD to Rt. Hon. Malcolm i MacDonald, "new governor general j of Malaya and former United King- i com high commissioner to Canada. Vancouver city council voted to ask the federal minister of justice at Ottawa to make revolver am- munition procurable only on pre- sentation of a certificate signed by a chief constable. Gen. H. B. G. Crerar Tuesday was presented with the Cross of Com- mander of the Legion of Honor in a simple ceremony at the Krench embassv In Ottawa by Count Jean De Hauteclocque, .French ambassa- dor to Canada. Niagara Falls Is in the midst of I a tourist boom and honeymooneiE are more numerous than ever be- j fore. Tourist officials say most of the visitors are war veterans and their brides, here for honeymoons j delayed by the The Australian Medical Journal estimates that Australian children between the ages of two and ten are in urgent need of dental treatment which would re- f quire the full time of 600 dentists. B Australian parliamentary debates i may be broadcast within a month 1 or two. The cabinet has approved i a broadcast and recommended j it to the parliamentary labor party for approval. I Maternity leaves la contract were demanded today by more than 150 workers, most of them mar- ried, who went on strike at the Dearborn, Illinois, Glass Company. 35rs. Virginia McTlheney, who police said described poisoning her husband so she could regain his statement she repudiated in ccnTictec of by 9. Los Angeles judge who be- lieved the first version. Gresfe Minister of Co-ordination Stephanos Stephenqpoulos an- nounced that the United States is granting Greece a credit of 000 to enable her to purchase sur- plus American army stores. He said the credit was repayable in 50 years. Advertising -linage ir. Canadian daily newspapers in February was 14.23 per cent greater than in the j same month last year, the Canadian Daily Newspapers Association said in Toronto. Joseph LIchvnskI, 21, was sen- tenced to four years in penitentiary after pleading guilty to snatching a. money bag containing in Hre of ______ vept through a Brockville. downtown four-storey brick build- ing. Damaged in the blaze was a new stationery supplies store owned by R. B. Stewart. Fourteen of the crew were killed when the 4.000-ton ship Bamce blew up while Iving alongside the