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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD rUESDAY, JUNE Alberta Crops Much Improved OTTAWA, jsee rairis over larse areas of the praine provinces have halted for the time, deterioration which iras becoming" eveiden: In msny sections last week, the Dominion Stir- t eau'cf Statistics said today in the second of a scries of reports on crop conditions acrcss Canada. In Manitoba, rains were light, however, and temoeratures: generally have been above -ormal. TSThile cerea! cross srU are standing up, 'air'v several rains are needed to bring relief to hay ard pasture cross. Tn Saskatchewan, the moisture sr'istion has improved "consider-; ablv" over the last wee's, although some areas, parueluarly in tee. southwest, are in immediate need Ij cf more rsinfslL Royal Bank Head IISNawReadv SHORTAGES HIT CONSTRUCTION u J. iidvy Acduy If Strike Starts Building Materials, Household Fixtures Become Scarcer Monday Holiday For Civil Service EDMONTOX. Juae day. June 10. the cay set- aside for observance of the Kings birthday Many ILS. Flour Mills Must Close the Nations! Housing Act. cated housing on assembly hue p.c. _ ay. ship Calsary. Monday. Mr. Xlansur is in ;h? city to at- tend two-day coherence of the e-ator Cl-O. loggers' ir.g (i. cited" I- Warren iclfi rwa-spaperrEen. the sneering, material situation _ CANNOT CONTINUE STAXDAKD brought about ia a brief "usae." OTTAWA. June- 4 (f Gordon Compared isrith the cost M-arcnison. director of she Veterans of 26 to 29 cents a cubic loot, the Land Act. told a special session of costs for construction had risen the veterans committee of the Com- to 40.2 at Prince Albert. 37.2 as Re- that if building costs rise any j gica. 33 at Edmonton, and 48 at Preaiier ilaKiung retuirs the city Wednesday. Urges Canada Send Two To Parade' that: deadlock forced the i "Trie material situation is verj uia. cac." Mr. Marisur said. -Although higher -vre cannoi continue with I Kamloops. B.C. OTTAWA, Cruickshank June down. Trade Great Need ince received of rainfall. C? toen received fro: districts Morris W. nearly all crop Break With Franco >rlers and i one. The Pacific cosst LONDON. June Morrison, lord president s of the counci addressing the Em- signed the proposal as members o: investigating i an( be doins welL The average rjrecr, berta since April 1 cTit normal. 64 per cent below nor PSO." Mean temperature week ended June 3 wss belo-sr normal. Bad Smell In Lunenburg Area LUNENBURG. June 4. it's begin- ning to smelL The garbage, that is. which this fishing aort's score or so street department employees left; on curbs when thev staged their strike. The men chose Friday, "end- of-the-month collection day." to quit, and householders, having out their pails out once, are chary of takina them back in until thev see which way the wind is blo'slng. Meanwhile civic officials, negotiating the dispute ever a increase to 60 cents hourly. announced after a meeting Monday the air should be cleared in a day or two. Conroy Urges Price Level Maintenance _...__--------- Wsdlan COBEMSS of Labor, said tare advocated a peaceful orer- here last Eight. throw of Franco. Russia has Addressing a sueclal meeting of the sosition that the united .Nations. IB "Winnipeg Labor Council, _Mr. should take positive action now; aeamst Franco. j "The sub-committee decided unan- imous! v 10 recotnmenc to the secur- j Ity council that; i: ssi the general to call for a the Conrov said there -srere nearly 200.- 000 unemploved in Csnsda and one- tjjirn. of "these were ex-serricemai -arere being treated as "so much iastgage on the train of ens- aster." He advocated maintenance price levels, snorter aours to provlce Eiore -srorfc and higher wages groun. iHold Blairmore The other three of the Sve veto United States aa-; Inquest I UCSCiay not indicaiec what ________ iy trill do. j BLAIRMORE. Jane However, an examination o- j jjjqaejt TTJU be held tonight into the death of John McFhsU. SS-vear-oId consnltins steam engineer for the GreenhiU Mine here who fatally injured Monday in the mine yards when struck bv a. mine locomotive. He died on "the way to hospital. A native of Cape "Breton. N.S.. he had worked in mines at Femie, B.C. press you have a particular rescon- Jodl Says Hitler Doubted Loyalty Of His Army, Navy suggested in the Commons thai the government send the House's two Victoria Cross winners to London by air to attend the June 8 Victory Day parade. The Progressive-Conservative V. C. Georse Fearkes of Nanaimo and Lt.-Col. Cecil Memtt of as the suggestion was made. Redistribution On 1941 Census Basis _______for at "least j "send them over: 000.000 yearlv over snd the S> 98 by the Dominion agreed to JK payments to tiie provinces was "the occasion" of suspension of the Dominion Provincial discussions. Premier Stuart Garsoa of ilam- toba said last night. This was not a matter of opinion but of fact, he meeting of th> Agencies of June O m V -V POINTS. fir Peary- the Flak for teed, K hare neot in Post's es: for for ranfcje h the blood; and other food estentials. I, "n-U find on the package. Mornins papers filled with news of Peary's explorations to the North Pole appeared at breakfast tables abont tlie time foils first thrilled to that gloriously different Crape-Nats flavor. with the Aldrich Family, Fridays, 6 pjn., KSL. of Genercl Vote Today on Storm Sewer By-law. Open to 8 p.m. at WESTMINSTER SCHOOL AND CITY HALL. NEWSPAPER! iWSPAPfc.RI ;