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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, JUNE Highlights In The News i sled mere than mutations and worth of gold, drugs and lace into tences. i Spain has been oiscoverea oa tne Franco-Spanish frontier. mTisatioa of sea- aboard were killed jarmy transport plane from I crashed in Sanies into the sea near U.S I ation announced resumption July 11 of its commercial service across the' Atlantic -ar.h the inauguration that Indis number cf Toronto banss by f Constellation at first comprise tvo round trips It will cos: about to i 'if good the war datcage on Mai- -aiost-bouibeo part of the Bnt- iistec Vk'll- eco- I Lojiise Saieer. actress t the Dinner of Motion Picture Acaaerv} j awards, has given birth Jo a bab. j Alfred Francis Adderley. J girl. i ULJ3.. was aopoared first negro cf the executive council by Usable to find i house. Howartx; Governor Sir Murphy c-i, 5 ing coal are being shipped daily to Ontario f rora Mountain Park and n J. Carcano, S6. former 3 mer cf Cordoba .and icrmer c ambassador to Aires. Brazil, died at; Hunger-striking David Fleming i the shortage Sasarcav inspired a denial that his 70-cay tas: had been ordered by an political grojp anc re- Vancouver police Saturday began iterated that" he pretesting arrestm? -taggers'" who appearee" on f treatment of political 5_ city streets tin cans anc Ghost Haunting Naval Barracks CHATHAM, Kent. June at historic St. Mary's Naval Barracks have ask- ed thas the guard posts be doubled, complaining that the "ghost" of an ancient mariner a wooden leg. wearing the uniform of Ijord Nelson's time, has been haunting the rainparti during the midnight watch Naval officers sasd the long corridors probably were causing a weird acoustic effect as sentries patrolled the stretch atop the old barracks, built in 1787. money for the. Besides 14 lives and dam- walk. Woodworkers of Asaer-! asing property to the extent of OCO.CWO. the devastating tloocs de- i many Peiiiisvlvan_a International __ Copenhagen of tST'ffierctana'orxor- that newspapermen should be asjisea participate m ernbeevir-g fret- __ c-oni of the press in A German girl from agenda. Munich was fosnia shjt to death JS e Crated be sought with scientific detectors at Smory University. Atlanta, Ga, All talc'Jni in New Zea- nules frosa ihe navy test site, lias oeen ir ior laboratory- tests, aizer the New! DEMAXD SIXGLE Zealand heai'h cepartniei-t 1 UNIT FOR GERMANY cd the deaths of five babies ioj BEHLJN-, June a Judr-hour heated debate, i the Nors-esian aaprored a government plan to set rsp" public clmics to give ac.vice on htrth control. tor so long." Fire of unkno'R'n crizin Abo-t plasterers the Us- three weeks for cay for statu- lers Institute at loror.-o to-'v ho2cavs are rvturruns :o wprs permanent tramu-.g cendnt; arbitration of their ciis- ptre vMth the Con tract jig Plaster- iation. G.B., U.S. Protest To Romania Govt. (By The Canadian Press) Bruaih and the United States have sent vigorous protests to I Bucharest charging that the Ro- f maxiian government has found means "to circumvent" poetical freedoms, k was revealed last night. At London the foreign office dis- closed the Bntiiii government has seat a note complaining the Ro- maniacs have "invariably found means to circumvent" assurances of earlv elections-and freedom of 1 speech." A similar protest was sen: I by Washington. "The British note, sent four days ago. said "ihe sate of political viol- ence has noticeably increased in Romania" and that "constant cases of hooliganism both in Bucharest and the provinces, are occurring for the apparent purpose of molesting members of the opposition parties and breaking up their meetings. The U.S. state department dis- closed that the American govern- ment had demanded that Romaria set a date for free elections and take steps to protect opposition parties. Italy and Austria have exchanged "political representatives." as a cago that o: a future nar and tnat "veterans i -Rill work ana sweat and sacnrice A S5.POO.OOO contract for con- to prevent the recurrence of such a stmctiou of Rhine oarges and col- irajedv ea-'v Sa-jrca-ca SlOOOo'canifee. _ the V.-eddsrs: ceremonies were quickly reacy for Mening a: the Victoria.' The greatest education forces of i traasftrrec to anotner church at 3 C Machinery "out may r.o: today are these outsice the churcn N.S -a hen the one scheduled be cue to uncertain laoor and tne raoio ar.a mo- A-. ntomins raid for the reccing was found tilled conditions. I tioc pictures the annual alleged ssffiKiss houses in v-jth smoke frwn a fire in a coal ____ i Saskatchewan conterer.ce o: Chinatown bin i Inter.entJCD of the Bntis.i Co- United Church in Canaoa was o' Chtn- iurabia so-.ernment has been sought a-. Resma by Rev. Brewing ese Believed to be the victim of ar. :o renwv e vision picket lines irom t t.f Toronto. unknown driver. 70-year-old Cyril Canadian Simmer Iron Works. o' jve mtema- OHette died after he had fcesn t'or.aTx'cSe1 Company and the in- icund in ar. uncor-scious condition lematiosal Union of Mme. Mill ard or- the highway near BuctO'JChe. Smelter Workers have agreed on X.B. j tile temts of a new contract. i Tsro A 21-year-clc American negro soldier has acrcitted acciden-ally shooting to death a 19-vear-old German girl as they lay in Iwd in the girl's" "usmberg apartment. rao: the left ann ann ieg anc tnen caped in an auto without y monev. Vancouver :oandry TJ seems some -Rii: stop has been striie-Dound smce j at nothing. Department of Public j Works ofiicials reported to Sdnion- __ ton police that a complete rear as- armv intellisence seaibly of one of their trucks was TI "said Lt.-Gen.' stolsri last night wnile the vehicle ,ed Russia's was parked in the works yarcs. The iminai, was asseaiblv-. inclticing axles and wheels, was valued at S400. Allan Kobson. 30. and Gibson. 55, were injured when they handed over to the Hed i arm-, a vear sgo and that his fate is a" ravsterv to the "Western allies. At; least two persons drowned as rifeis and streams in the Pnilacel- Tinfa area. swpUen by 20 hours of continuous rain, swep- cter their and flooded scores of homes. The body of John Murray. 55. cf Eegiroa. -seas recovered from TTas- <-a-pa T-gfrg at Segma. Is was the third body taken from the lake in 15 days. ish resumptiorL of soft coal miri- ing, some American quarters belisve it -Kill recuire -at least sis to seven creeks" for a return_tp normal steel prodncnon in the united States. Sis teams of United Nations He- hef and Rehabilitation Adnunistra- tion searchers have succeeded in 1 employees. Sdmonton tax collections anc sales of city-owned land curing ihe t The Italian news agency. Ansa. uast five raoctss smashed a3 pre- reported demonstrators broke through a ooiice cordon Saturday i as Sins Hdmben apoeared a; the j last five months in locating I door of" Milan catnedfal and forced children who had been jhira to Isave through an under- Critical shortages of materials to i ground passage, finish construction of houses may be i aaain this tall, U. B- ilansur o: TSThile official statements n-esidpn; of the Centra: i repeatedly indicated there be Mortgage'snd Housing CorporaUon.! no general amnesty for Canada's totalling S815863. from their homes by the Nazis dur- ing the occupation of Europe, it was announced a; Eerford, Ger- have mHny. said at Edmonton. j military cnrmaals. study of j cisions handed vast underground contraband I boards shows there orgaaizauoa alleged to have smug- latively high percentage 01 com- A 38-year-old married woman and de- her four-year-old daughter were HAS OPENINGS AIRFRAME MECHANICS 'THE JOB: Trim fighters and great bombers and transports require con- stant care of -wings and fuselage. That is the task of the airframe mechanics aaci those in the allied trades: carpenters, fabric workers and metal-worker-welders. Service or civilian experience in the trades can mean immediate higher "group- ing" and hence higher pay. Previous trade experience is not essential, and valuable training is provided through special courses. Applicants should normally possess junior matriculation or its technical-school equivalent, but civilian qualifications and experience are considered in the case of certain trades. If they have no previous service experience, ap- plicants must be over 18 and under 26. THE PAY; Basic pay plus living allowances for non-commissioned ranks runs from 395 monthly for Air- craftman Class 2 to S188 for Warrant Officer Class One; extra pay for trade proficiency and increased pay after three years in any rank; marriage allowance of a month; free uni- form clothing and medical and dental service. THE PENSION: A lifetime in- come on discharge after 20 years' or more service; pensions or gratuities in the event of prior discharge on medical grounds, and pensions or gratuities to widows or children in the event of death while on service. VETERANS' PREFERENCE: As among applicants, war veterans applying for reappointment will re- ceive preference, and if accepted will be reappointed to the ranks they field at the time of their discharge, or to the nearest ranks which estab- lishment permits; and their prior service will be a factor in promotion and pension. TERMS OF SERVICE: Accepted applicants enter Interim Force, which terminates on or before Sep- tember 30, 1947; good conduct, satis- factory medical category and trade proficiency will enable airmen to enlist in Regular Air Force for five years and re-engage thereafter for further five-year terms. WHERE TO APPLY: Applications should be made to No. 2 Air Com- mand, RCAF, Stevenson Field, Winnipeg, Man. DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE FOR AIR OTTAWA, CANADA Hon. Colin Gibson, Minister H. F. Deputy Minister Xiagaxa launched a maahuni for a man believed to hsve entered the house and choked the as she slept. Domestic supDlies of Canadian. cheese are expected to remain ace- j quate this year despite a declining i production vrhich has dimmed the prospects of Canada fulfilling her i eomnutmen; to shro pounds of the cheddar variety to the "Dinted Kingdom. An. Ontario supreme coun; de- cision upheld the the Ontario Securities Com- mission enjoys in the exercise of its disciplinary povrers over brokers and salesmen anc suggested it Tiras not for the Ontario cours of appeal to "lightly disregard or unduly in- that discretion. A great meeting of "victims of banned by the Allied Kommandatur "for technical rea- sons." turned into an anti-Allied demonstration in Berlin, speakers demanding "a free state -Kith a free socialist and declar- ing: "We have so need of the Allies. "We can rule ourselves." Pie. Matthevr Spence of Balti- more, Md., twice-escaped prisoner vras serving a 10-year sentence for robbery, in. Pans, was back m confinement after he accidentally sat on the lap of a criminal inves- tigation department agent in a darkened Fans theatre Thursday night. Preparing for further industrial expansion and the extension of rural electrification svstems throughout. Alberta, the Calgary Power Co Ltd. is constructing a new dam and tur- bine Dower plant, on the Kanaras- fcis near Bamer mountain, m the forest reserve about, fr.e miles south cf Seebe. Saskatchewan Attorney General J. Corman safd in Moose Jav; that he does not thinfc tne Domin- ion-provincial conference re- convene. He said he thought the Dominion government was "elated' at. the t-reakdotm of discussions recently and -would not reconvene to satisfy the of seven prov- inces. Albert Angora of Evanston Til, estimates he has taken in S300.0GQ for his fast won; on a type-writer. The seven-times world's typewriting champion has been clocked at 142 words a minute m an hour test ar.fS during that period hit speeds of 175 irords a minute. He adds a column of figures while typing 100 words a minute. Brooke Claston, Canada's health minister, said Saturday the people of Ihe world "must work together or we will perish together" and de- clared that co-operation was large- ly a matter of providing people uith full information. In a speech prepared for broadcast. Mr ton" outlined the work of the United Nations economic and i council, on which he is Canaoa s chief delegate. More than 1.000 delegates from all pans of Canada, the westeiTi j United States and Peru are at j Banff for the 36th annual Pacific Logging Congress. United States C.I.O. maritime leaders have appealed to COCK workers of foreign countries, mcluu- msr Bntain. France snd Russia, to support their scheduled shippirj" stnse June 15. C P of To- ronto, who was oirector-gcnera! of medical services for trie army tn the recent, uar. has named chief of medical services for the C.P.R, with heacquarters in Montreal. Nine R.C.A.F. of No. 436 Transport Squacron to return to due at Ottawa or. Monaay evening At least eight of the 38 persons STOKE HOURS: a.m. pm. Wednesday to pjn. Saturday ajB. to to pjn. Information Phone 3727. TUESDAY SHOPPING NEWS UnLITY DOLLS COLORED FLANNRETFE PINK, YELLOW AND MAUVE ABOUT 36 INCHES WIDE Another type of cotton flannel- ette which has proven popular for kiddies' nightwear, infants' gar- ments and quilt linings. Softly napped on both sides, it comes in three soft pastel colors I FACE CLOTHS ABOUT 12x12 INCHES Shop tomorrow for a sup- ply of face cloths for sum- mer use. These are made from sturdy quality cotton Terry cloth in dainty pastel colors to match your towels. 2 29c ALL-WOOL BED THROWS 72x84 INCHES These lovely bed throws make very acceptable gifts. Woven from all-wool yarns, of fleecy but light in weight. Fin- ished with rayon satin bmcong: at the ends. Shades of green, rose and bine. CHENILLE-TYPE BEDSPREADS ABOUT 90x100-INCH SIZE Lovely bedspreads that acd beauty and color to any boudoir. Heaxy cotton patterned rntn cneciHe-tyce tufting in s. variety of fioral and convenaon patterns. White and pastel shades. to BATH MAT SETS "CHENILLE TYPE" Choose these sets for wed- ding and shower gifts, or to dress up your own bathroom. Thickly patterned with chenille-type tufting on heavy cotton grounds, sets include a bath mat and matching seat cover. -Gold, mauve, green, blue and rose. 'ALABAMA'JLANKETS ABOUT 64x80 INCHES The kind of blankets you'll want for your summer cottage or camp. Made from soft cotton flannelette in creamy-white color bordered in pink or blue with whipped ends. Large enough for three-quarter or single beds. Pair Second Floor. SOFTBALL BATS "Snowdrop Linen Stationery For summer fun! "St Mary's" softball bats made from sturdj quality wood and finished m black color tnth taped grip. About 33 inches long. Each SOFT BALLS "NEW BOOKS 15c Another requisite for ball games. Official style soft balls with sturdy leather covers, in-seam style. Suitable for league play. Each Square Wash Tubs among tne 'ea'.urcd Counter- CalS Seamen, Saints You'll fine this type of wash tub most convenient as they take up less room. Made from strong galvanized tnetal securely rUetted About 2te20 inch- es in size. EATON LIMITED BRANCH STO RE RUBBER SINK STOPPERS Large size stoppers for your sink. Made from soft rub- ber, about 4 inches in diameter. Each lOc "SWENSON" JAR OPENERS Handy for openins screw- top jars. Made from heavy rubber. Each RUBBER SOAP DISHES Useful for kitchens or bath- rooms. Made from rubber, about inches. Each EITOX'S, Basement. 15c ,'SPAPO.r ;