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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 946 FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PA6B KTOI re Seven British Soldiers Die In Tel Aviv Riot TEL AVIV. April of southern Tel Aviv were placed un- der curfew restrictions today as po- lice conducted a city-wide search for members of an armed band which -oiled seven British soldiers last night in an attack on a mili- tary car park. An official announcement said roads ia the area had been mined by the attackers prior to the raid, in which 12 British soldiers and 10 injured. Five British soldiers of the Airborne Division and one British policeman were killed and 13 Bri- tons and Jews were wounded, pri- vate sources said. an anaed group attached a camp of Royal Engineers and a car parking area in the southern part of Tel Aw. No official report was issued im- mediately. TUe attacking group of 40 was believed to be composed of Jews, the informants said. However, it was not immediately clear whether the wounded Jews, including one woman, had participated in the fighting or were passers-by. JEWISH CHATLXCi GOES TO EUROPE MONTREAL. April 26 Rabbi Jacob Eisen of Edmonton, recently demobilized after four jears service as the first Jewish Chaplain, in the historv of the R.C. AJF.. Montreal today for over- seas on a relief assignment for the Canadian Jewish Congress. In Eur- ope he will be -attached to the American Jewish joint distribution committee staff. Move To Curb Stack WASHINGTON, April _. The United States Government's new slaughter quota program, de- signed to spread meat supplies more evenly and curb black markets, will go into effect April 28. Announcing this jesterday, office of price administration and the agriculture department fixed these quotas: 1. slaughterers are authorized to butcher as maSiy cattle and ealies during any month as they did dur- ing a corresoondirtg period in 2. Thev will be restricted, however. to 80 per cent of their W4 monthly slaughter. A Headlong Race A race is Dv more than feet; YCRI to us? vour head to beat. Mother Nature. her eyes as she looked again at Peter." The running Rabbit heard Peter and headed straight for that en- trance. Peter hastily ran a little. The stranger was inside. Reddy tried to follow, but soon save up. (Copyright. by T. W. Burgess) Peter Stays at Home Jealously will oten oo Things tJsat later you will rue. 1 Highlights In The News] NO DEADLOCK IN INDIAN PROBLEM There was a strange Rabbit in j Trill adopt daylight A new Church of the Kazarene was dedicated at Bed Deer. A new S60.000 hotel is being built at Rirabey. tax rate has been fixed FIRE. HAMILTON HAMILTON. April fire that followed en ex- plosion destroved the paint and fabric shop of the Cub Aircraft Corporation Thursday. ______ Crerar Calls For Strong Defence i TORONTO, April 0" H. D. G. Crerar Thursday asserted that Canada had lost forever any presumed or actual military isola- tion she may have possessed in the oast and he called for creation of a hard-hitting defence force which could be mobilized quickly in case of einergencv and sent far beyond Canadian snores. "Only by universal military train- ing in place and the maintenance of the means quickly to mobilize large forces if suddenly required can this country meet its possible, or even probable, military he told the annual meeting of the Em- pire Club. Time and space no longer helped to protect Canada. They would not affect a rocket-propelled atomic homb launched from land or sea hundreds of miles away. To think, talk or act in terms of static defence of Canadian boundaries was "mis- chievous nonsense." Fire destrojed Galper's hardware store and an adjoining proauce and furniture store in South Edmonton for a loss Of for Goodness sake-Try Red Rose REDROSE "is good tea" RANGES The Condor coal and wood range shown above will fit your new kitchen to a T and if has everything your heart can desire in the way of conveniences. Smart white end chrome finish. StrearrHnftd deiign. fait bakir.g oven finished In porcelain con wcshed like c diira dish. Ru-i end Inferior of body ore clso finished in porcelcih easy to dean and resistant to rust. Oven door end floe bottom ore insulated to provide f aster uniforn oven heat. Icrge efficient firebox designed to get the raoit out of yoar (takes fast heating reservoir hondy worm oven drover and o host of miner features ihct help to lighten work. If you wont modern cooking InprovemenJs becked by workmanship end design choose B ftndiay. A limited number of the model shown above Is now being produced. your Rndloy dealer wHl be glod to sfeow you ths ranges now ond fo demonstrats advciwones. F1NDLAYS LIMITED CARLETON PLACE. ONTARIO SINCE "There Is a Findlay Dealer Near Your Home" Hardware Supply Lumber Company Lumber Company MTLK River Hardware Company Blackv the Crour in the top o: a, small tree in the dear Old patch was so excited he kept jump- j ins up in tfie air aLad I There was a strange naura iu i A total of in currency wings, not Hying >ou the dear Old Bnar-paKh. Yes sir. i aov Cjsaa_e bv a, rrasked just llapping. And he was cawing there was a IS! and armed bandit who held up the at the top of his and Peter oiont luce it at ail. Ke Q to Below hun. made the Briar- was there because Reddy Fox haa Habbit was hopping chased him soclation and White City ter> Associated, t-td. f KZW DELHI. April the negotiations for a con- jstituUonal settlement sa India at Mora publicity for Canada's na- their most; crucial staife, there Is a turai sine the hunting and; strong and growing convietSon in fishing they provide aad Jess i Icdian troarters that the Bntiih Philippines' Premier Beaten MANTUA, AprQ Osmezsa's headctsarters tonight Tir- tually conceded his defeat Sor Philippines presidency with a that election ss being stolen and apparently nothing can be manager of the Montreal Gazette- Inadequate supplies of puip- failed. Weil-Informed quarters expect the next 10 so show whether the three members of the uo and down in equal excitement. s -If you didni. wantnira fiere you So was Mrs. Peter. They dida'-. have to signal to him Funeral services will be held Pfi- James Steles, well- f who shareholders meeting in placed source said chances of President Senate Leader Koxas "are very slender." "Hoxas" supporters terrorised voters ta as. least three said. "It seems clesr aow that _______wood to pr; per cent operation of its plan; cover for life. Tne two trance, Official sources maintain silence on the trend of developments, but The lazess Associated tatw- toned -Why you? had Just dared iiisa to and come in, Tnen vou tunied around and mviied hiai in. You know you did. ruKnsr.g. I'm I could Why aid replied Peter, r for say hfe than I could -I had so. You know I had ;o. races, a race racers oat, oa me Green running lor the same prize. One was running for his dinner aad the other was running for his life. It seems to me that this must have made a difference m their a dinner? no" lum- i Rabbit, isn't If he grv I might be. 'How about you? couldn t have gotten in here Reaoy It was a headlong race with one would caught him. There was hardly more than a jump ahead of no other place for him to go. You the other The one ahead, running know very well that if I had Been for his Me. was a Rabbit, a stranger in his place and be in he to Peter and Mrs. Peter. He was big. i would have done the same strong and knew how to use his thing. I would do the sanie tiling head as well as his feet. One whoj- for any Rabbit, eieri your father, has to run for ufe. head as well as behind was Beddy (i ccaucereiall been so crip- i S UO EiHT Ui z---------------------------------- M... emphasise is no reason to Uittea of ia terms o! a deadlock. 14233 died Thursday. services will be held Sat- urday for Mrs. S. J. McOpoen. 74, t resident of for 41 years, i died in haspsud there. Mayor Houde of Montreal, thinks the present view on gam- bling; "hypocritical." and suggests it be legaiaed :o benefit worthy Resignation cf Jarnes A Speers as general manager of the Lake famous for usms his head witii his But because I helped that fellow escape from a common enemy I Only a few minutes before the j dorit have to love him. and I stranger had apeared near the dear I declared Peter. Old Briar-natch. He was sitting up "He is iery good looking, said looking over to as if intending Mrs. Peter dreamily. "By tne way, to visit it. Peter Rabbit had dis- are you going over to tee Green covered him and at once stamped i Forest this evening: warning to keep away. To this 1 Peter began to chew fast on the stranger had stamped an angry reply. Peter had dared the other to come inside the Bnar-patch and the stranger had dared the Perer to come outside. They had so intent on quarreling that they had forgotten everything else. They had forgotten than" were not the oaly ones who might hear the thumping by those hind feet ot theirs. Iz -sras Mrs. Peter who just ia the ruck of hade seen Reddy Fox and stamped the danger signal that all Rabits know. There is an old saying that the will look before taev leap, but all Rabbits fenow that there are times to leap before they look. This was one of those times. The stran- ger knew this by the -ss.y Peter had thumped. The warning she had stamped was the most urgent of Rabbit signals. So instantly he made a Jong jump forward, then rolled his eves back to see what was behind him. Then he settled down to show -what a. scared Rabbit can do when he runs for his life. The running Rabbit and headed straight trance heard Peter for that en- Of he headed straight for the dear Old Briar-patch -which Peter Rabbis had dared turn to enter. There was no other place for him to find safety You see, Eeddv was between him and the Old Pasture. Bus he didn't JUSE run. No, sir, he didn't trust whoUy to those long hind legs of his. se used his head. "Watching back his shoulders as he ran he dodged at just tae rigiis instant, when Reddy was so close that his nose was al- most touching that bobbing white ahead of him. Ready overran and the Rabbit gained. A moment later he did the same thing over again. Each tune he did it just at the right moment. He was using his head. Yes, sir. he was using his head. "Come on, you Rabbit! Come on! shrieked Blacky the Crow, not be- cause he cared a flirt of his alack tail for the Rabbit, bat because he has no friendly feelings lor Redd> Fox. Yet had it been Reddy being chased 0y a dog he would ha'-e been shrieking lor Ready. As for Peter Raboit, re was stamomg for all his He was trying to make that Rabbit know that right there Tras an entrance under the brambles into which he could plunge headlong and be safe. Mrs. Peter gave him a funny look. Perhans she laughed to herself down inside. "Not two minutes ago he was saying that no one and nothing could make him let that fellow In the thought she, and there was an odd light in nothing at all. I'm not." ce snapped. to "Perhaps vou are going over the Smiling "Pool or the Old OrJ chard to see who the latest spring arrivals are. It would be too bad to the latest said Mrs. Peter sweetly. Peter looked sharply at hpr. She was looking toward the other end of the Briar-natch. That was where che stranger Rabbit was staying. Be seemed to have made himself quite at home there. Mrs. Peter's eves alwavs were soft but it seemed to Peter that just now they held a softer look than ever. Trn staying right said he crossly. "I guess he's glad you let him into the dear Old Briar-patch." said Mrs. Peter. "Anyway should she added. "I suppose you mean that fellow over grumbled Peter nod- is something the matter said she, shaking her head ding toward the other end of the Bnar-patch. "Of course. Who else could I mean? He is big, isn't he? I guess you are glad vou didn't have ato light Peter. lai giad you have Harry Barber of Sirncoe was flned for having unstamped meat in his possession, and Frank Stone was fined on a charge of selling meat above the ceiling price. More than service and civil- ian respirators, more popularly re- ferred to as "gas masks." have been sold by War Asests Corporation as toys. Prank Lobaldo was convicted of rape and alternated murder of seven-vear-old Rosalie Giganti at Detroit in a verdict returned by a jury of eight women and four men. well-balanced trade ex-swxi between Canada and Belgium be- fore war may beconie a cue-way affair hi favor of Can- ada." Jean Queries. Beisjsaa con- sul-ln-geceral. tola members of the Chambre De Commerce at Mont- real. Defence headcjuarters announced that a committee has been estab- lished to make recommendations on the best system of providing offic- ers for Canada's pobt-war army, the educational standards required, and the manner in which tne neces-} sary academic and train- i ing should be earned out. Chair- j man of the committee will be Brag.! Sherwood Lett. D.SO. itC, now a Vancouver barrister, after retire- ment from the army. Ths C.P.3- Chinook passenger train will resume operation be- tween Calgary and Sdmontoa short- ly- _ Twice attacked by a giant sewer rat in Toronto's 3ast Sad. "WUliara Hay was bitten on the left leg ia two places. Belief that agreement on evacuation of British troops the from Egypt will be announced in. a joint statement when the Bntish acd Egyptian delegations meat formally j to negotiate revision of the Anglo- Egyadan treaty, was expressed ia. authoritative quarters in Cairo. The Canadian legation at Ha- vana announced appointment of T. B. Wainnian Wooc'as third secre- tary replacing Arthur R. Menzles who is returning to Canada. I The Saskatoon Medical Co-oper- j A tremendous demand for Cana- j ative bought a site for as 613.0. gooes, particularly textiles, the location of a health exists in South American countries centre, according to Mattar, Inter- national journalist and traveller in Toronto. a Ai C-ligii.V ng a crossing too slowly, pull- coupling lever, "breaking- the An impatient Buffalo motorist who thought a freight train was passing ed a co _ train into two sections. He was fined 3150 after being hauled in by police. After an Inspection by senior Royal Navy officers in Hamilton, the Canacisn minesweeper New Liskeard completed the first of a series of five two-week training cruises off Bermuda for uaireraty naval ratings. Toronto and district boat build- ers, facing the greatest boom in yachting and boating history, are unable to cope with demands of eager Canadians and Americans for every type of crafc from, luxurious cabin cruisers to siurdy dinghies. Action by the Dominion govern- ment to relieve the "menacing" housing shortage across Canada was urged in a resolution apprpvea at a public meetins sponsored by the Winnipeg city council ana the emergency housing conference. Brig.-Gen. A. C. Cntehley. Cal- ASK WAGE INCREASES CALGARY. April The regional war labor board, now sit- i ting in Calgary, is considering the applications four Calgary unions for wage increases. They are the Motion Picture Projectionists (AJP. of which wants a general six per cent raise in Southern Alberta: The Sheet Metal Workers f A.F. of T. the Warehousemen's Union (C. !O.) from MacCosham Storage, and Mine. Mill and Smelter "Workers' Union from Riverside Iron Works. JAF WAR CREMEfAL HANGED IN TOKTO TOKYO. April ant Kei Yuri was hanged here today in the first execution of a convict- ed war criminal in Japan. Yuri was convicted of ordering the bayonet execution of an American prisoner. Precision is more than a word, with Gruen. It ii tradition of craftsman- ship, developed through generations of watchmaking. And smarter style is far more than a mere claim applied 10 Gruea beauty it is a fact, endorsed over and orer again by leading fashioa authorities everywhere. DON RAWORTH WATCH Fifth Street Saoth didn't. Be mighs have hurt i gary-oom sportsman and financier said Airs Peter who in 1926 bulls and ooerated the "Or been muttered Peter, j first Greyhound race track hi Great He chewed on nothing harder than Britain, has been elected to the ever j board of the Greyhound Racing As- Sammy Jav arrived just then. "Hello said he. "I saw jour big cousin, Juraoer the Hare over in the Green Forest a little while ago. He asked after you, Peter. Said he hadn't seen, you for some urns." don't you run there tonight after dark. It will do you said Mrs. Peter shly. I'm staving right here at declared Peter. "If cousin Jumper wants to see me he can come over nere Mrs. Peter looked up at Sammy Jay. "There is something the mat- ter witn said she. shaking her head. There certainly is some- thing tne matter with Usu- ally I csn't keep him at home nights." "There is nothing the matter with me." snappedd Peter, cross.y. Just then Sammy, looking down from his perch in. the top a- small tree, caught a glimpse of the stranger. His eyes twinkled as he looked down at Peter and Mrs Peter. "I see you are entertaining a said" he. "Yes." agreed Mrs. Peter. snapped Peter, crossly. (Copyright, 1946, by T. W. Burgess) The next story: The Artfulness of Mrs. Peter." 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