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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE Primate Regrets Union Statement TORONTO, June highfeS courts of the Church of England in Canada and the United Church of Canada will consider in September "suggestions for study" ofiered by a joint committee of the two denominations which for jears has been carrying on "con- versations toward unity." This was made known Friday al- though the nature of the report the committee is sending to the United church general council in Montreal and general synod in in Sep- onscure. Very Rev. J. R. P. Sclater, former United church, moderator and a member of the committee, said "no Quetuoa of corporate union" was discussed. Most Rev. Derwyn T. Owen, archbishop of Toronto and pnmare of the Church of England in Canada, said he regretted an "unauthorized statement" which was published Friday and added that a committee is preparing a statement for publication. MONOXIDE VICTIM CALGARY, June George Watts, 35, died from carbon monoxide poisoning early today de- spite efforts of city police and a fire department inhalaior crew to save his life HJS mother found him slumped over the wheel of an auto in the garage with the car engine running. II Added News Color Cartoon JIE YEAR'S MIS1 UFFLDK MTSTEIf! Object to Poles As "Cheap Labor" CALGARY, June The and Later Council last stronjly criticized tbe federal government's plan brine in Poles "for beet field work." One delegate said it was a stunt to get cheap lalwr for the railways, another that there was no sense in deporting beet field workers wbo had been born in Canada {meaning Jap- anese Canadians) if substitute labor had to be brought in front Europe. TO THE DOMINIONS LONDON, June Cable.) Informal discussions are taking place here between the British government and rep- resentatives of the dominions re- garding the possibility that seme Polish soldiers now in Italy or the United Kingdom will be accepted as immigrants by the dominions, it was learn- ed The subject was broached during the last stage of the Commonwealth conference List week when Prime Minister Mac- kenzie King attended and the talks on the future of the Polish for political rea- sons do not wish to return to their been con- tinued in private meetings- It is understood Mr. King has been asked his opinions re- garding the emigration to Can- ada of possibly several thousand Poles but no decision has been reached and it probably will be some time before the matter is settled. The British government, how- ever, would be greatly relieved and pleased if the dominions would agree to take at least some of these Polish soldiers for it >s going to add considerably fa the rehabilitation problems of the United Kingdom if they all settle in Britain. STOCK MARKETS CLOSED 4 NEW YORK. June Most stock and some com- inodity markets in tiie ed States will be closed to- day. Srsc Saturday on. a summer schedule of loisg for ihe country's busuoess and ic- terests. The Toronto and Most- real stock anarkets also Tnll be closed Saturdays tiurm? the suauner Eaontas, start- ing today. GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG, June 1 fu- tures prices sn the Winnipeg graia exchange today rallied from slow early trading and brought, some gains at the close. The advance was attributed to light- Body Misting: Boy Found by VEGREVnJLE. June organized two-day search for 17-year-oM Sobers Austin of near- by RaafurJy endea Thursday night with the finding of the yoatn's body" and police said he apparently had becosj.? los; arid died of exbaustion- An police dog "Bobby" was empiojed in the search for the la-1, who had been from his home since 11 a.m, iast Wednesday. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE In rather than an aggressive demand from U.S- interests. At the close, prices were to cents higher with June October to and Decem- ber 225S SO 2T'.. The Dclted Kingdom took bushels of wheat. CASH PRICES grades unchanged at 51s-. C.W. Screenings S1230. the Estate of 5IAKTIX IAW- HOLTMAX. late the City of JUethbiidge. the Province of Alberta, retired, deceased. NOTICH IS KEKSBY GIVES that ail having- claims upon oSenng she ol the aixne named Former Medicine Hat Man Passes Chicago Grain Prices CHICAGO. June old oats contracts moved up to their ceilings, scoring gains ranging to as duch as cents, in a rairlj. active j gram trade today. New contracts also is. ere strong. i At the close new pits contracts were to higher, August and old contracts were unchanged to 2J- higher, September 83. Wheat, com and rye were un- changed. CASH PRICES No. 2 yellow, 1.44.___ No. 2 red 157 malting 1.34 to VANCOUVER, BC, June Arthur Haselden. 63, former assist- ant superintendent. Canadian Pa- cific Express. Vancouver, died sud- denly in Vancouver after 39 years of service with the company. He is NOTICE ike EcUte cf CHARLES FTTA, late tke Village tlum. in the Ai- fcerta. famer, deeeaced. KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having upon the estate of the named Duke To Relinquish Australian Post? TO OPEN CALGARY STAMPEDE 'Hat Man To Executive Port Charles Pews, -srho died on the 13th day of October, 1345. are re- quired to file with the undersigned 1 spondent of tne Sydney Sun said bv the 30th day of A n i that high federal quarters under- SYDNEY, Australia, Jane Canberra corre- s. CALGARY, Jane Officials of tie Calgary exhi- bition and stampede Save by the Sffth day ol June, j a full statement dalv verified, of stooc the Duke Gloucester ff their claims and of anv secunties woald reiinquah his post as gover- A held by them, aad alter taat date of Austraua and return _ the Administratrix wyl distribute I mo i i came a few the assets of the deceased regard only to the claims o'f notice has been so filed or shich uerfi brought to her know- ledge. j AAii-v fJ" tha 13th day of May, he would accept the post of a hen the duke returned to Briawm. Lord Louis' response to the invstaUoa was net Mouatbatten. supreme alLed com- mander m southeast Asm. ahile :n Australia recently had been asked by Minister Cru3ey whether! governor-general of Canada. wBi ofBcJally open the stampede during his one- day stay in the city July 8. The "afternoon perform- anee. beginning at p.nx will be declared, officially open by Viscount Alexander. He. with his wife and three cJuMreau has been asked to head the parade in the morn- TORONTO, June Campbell of Medicine Hat, vac ap- pointed Canadian executive secre- tary of the International NOTICE ilartin LaTrrence Holtsoan, who died on the 30th day of January. AJD. 1945, are required so file with the undersigned by the 30th day of June, 1946, "a full statement duly verified of their claims and? fa of JOSEPH of any securities held by them, and that after that date the Executors will dzstrioate the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled AJD. DAVIDSON AND DAVIDSON, Barristers and Solicitors, British Canadian Trus; Bldg, Lethbridge. Alberta. giving up bi the claims of which notice has been so filed or have been brought to knowledge In the Estate of HARRY RICKETT FIXLET, late of Maybutt. in the Province of Alberta, farmer, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TORONTO. June News-1 paper prices take a general up- j swing- in Ontario Monday. Ten j papers hai.e announced increases] effective at the first the week., bringing to 19 the number of On-, tano papers and to 22 the number s in Canada to increase prices m little more than a month. I The increases will leave the prov- ince with 12 papers selling ai three i B2 cents a copy. Thirteen sell at four I cents and seven at five cents. Newspaper taking the step attn- j bute it "to" rising costs. A Harvard training plane bearing LAC. John Kenneth Murphv of' Montreal and FO Joseph MeMoms.'. SaEkatchewan. failea to return af-' tcr leaving ;he station Dec. 1. and wreckage believed to be that t of a piarie was found by Black, president of the Black Lumber company. Sackville. Black was cruising timber ta the area, when he came under the wreckage. At Ottawa. headquarters Slil'i'fc 1, St. S. OB i a Block Phone 3931 the scene today. FLOORS Cleaned, "Waxed and Polished. Estimates free. PHONE 2369. noanr FAMOUS PURRS THlfiTRJ MONDAY AND TUES. NEJHSKA3I WINS BALL GA5D3 Nem- iskam ball team visited llasinasin recently. The resulting game was by RUGS Chesterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and demothed on or off the premises. Ready for nse in six hours. COLOR-BRITE CLEANERS Phone 2569 Night or Day DATED this 23rd day of May. AJ5. 1946. _ SICE PATHRSON. Canadian. Bank of Commerce Bldg., Alberta. Solicitors for Arthur "William TJlrich, P2 Executor. that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named Harrv KickeK Finlev, who died on the 16th day of July, AJD. 1943. Ire required to file with the under- signed by the 30th day of June. AJD. 1S46. a full statement duly his j verified, of their claims and of ary secunties held by them, and that NOTICE In the Estate of DORA PETERSEN, late of the City of Aberdeen, in the State of South Dakota, one of the fnited States of Am- erica, widow, deceased- ___ NOTICE 13 HBRE3T GIVEN that all nsrsons having claims upon the estate of the above named. Dora Fecerseu. who cued on the 15th day of Apnl. 1945. are required to file with the undersigned by the 30th day of June. AJD. 1946. a full statement; duly verified, of their claims and of any securities held by them and tnat after that date the Executors will distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to trie claims of which notice has been so filed or which have been brought to their knowledge. DATED this 13th day of Mav, 1946. DAVIDSON AND DAVIDSON, Barristers and Solicitors, British Canadian Trust Bldg., Lethbndge. Alberta. Solicitors for the Executors, Harry Peter Petersen and Arthur Lawrence A2 YOU are wrong estate is not small. Perhaps it is not as large as you would like it to be, but it will loom very large to those it is directed to. Regardless of size, however, your estate should be properly allocated W by a will the provisions of that "i will executed to the best advantage. With over forty years' experience as executors and trustees, The Northern Trusts Company extends a service to you based on these years of success- ful experience. An enquiry entails no obligation on jour pait, and regardless of the size of your estate, our facilities are at your disposal. TRACTOR TIRES, TUBES RIMS complete changeovers. Trimbles For Tires 316-llth St. S. Phone 2007 BRUEN WINS FINAL IX BRITISH AMATEUR SOCTH PORT. Lancashire, Bruen. leading Irish amateur, today defeated Robert Sweeny. California-torn London busi- ness man. in the final of the British amateur golf champion- ship decided over 3G holes here. Bruen won by four and three, after harm? led by two holes on the morning's first round. after that date the Executors will the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of wmch notice has been filed or which have oeen brought to tneir know- ledge. _ DATED this 13th day of Mav, AJD. 1946. DAVIDSON AND DAVIDSON, Barristers and Solicitors, British Canadian Trust Lethbridge. Alberta, Solicitors for the Executors, Alberta Kiddle Finlev and Edward Merrill Kiddle. D2 NOTICE A prominent Soviet editor Is Quoted as saying Russia has de- cided to supply German factories in its occupation zone with raw materials and would demand 50 per j cent of rlie firnshpd in cent of the payment. finished products ROXY FA FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATtf to the Estate of CHARLES ALBERT LONG, late of the City of Leth- bridjre, in the Province of Al- berta, merchant, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ali persons having Haims upon t the estate of rhe above named Charles Albert Long, who died on! the 5ta day or November. AJD. j 1945. are required to file with the undersigned by the 30th day of June, AJO. IS46. a full statement I duly verified, of their claims aad of j any securities held bv them, and! that after that date the Executor] will distnoute the assets of thef deceased among the parties entitled j thereto, having regard only to the claims of which notice has" been so filed or which have been brought to its knowledge. DATED this 13th dav of May, AJD. 1946. DAVIDSON AND DAVIDSON, Barristers and Solicitors. British Canadian Trust Bldg, Lethbridge. Alberta. Solicitors for the Executor, British Canadian Trust Com- pany. E2 LAST TIME TONIGHT Charlie Chan "SR4NGHAI COBRA" NOW IN TILTING OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS (GLAZED) COMPLETE WITH HARDWARE Alberta Lumber Products Co. Phone 2018. 2018-2nd Ave. South. THE NORTHERN TRUSTS COMPANY J. R. 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