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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1941 Krupp inanced Black Flies Kill 100 Head Cattle In N. Saskatchewan NtJEKXBEEG, .June 5.-OV- Coa- Cseated records or jfee nastv today laic bare fee secret origin of German rearmaaiegt to lv beaten and ,e ar-d 13 years before Hitler tlisa provide evidence loan available to Kmpp's a cJueeeHor. 1540 -srhea Germany aten" France and poised to SASKATOOX. Jane 6. black files that hatch in the Hitth and South Saskatche- wan rivers, are on the wins again and reports reaching here shew tfceir attacks on livestock broujht death to at least 1W kead of cattle and one pony. The ftws are reported near Shell Lake. Mar- e-din. Krydor, Paddlins lake and in the Saskatoon dfcmrt. Ther attack cattle, horses. "and swine, on the softest the body. Death fol- 1m in a matter of hours, the dsinc with little or no coffering. SOLIDARITY IN BRITAIN SIGNIFICANT ii Russian Embassy Fears Canadian Newspapers Says Igor Gouzenko Charge Ford Hotel With Discrimination MOKTRKAJU June actions for S2.5tt> eaci were taken cut Here Tuesday by Haliis WuwSer- iey and .Albert Watley an allied espios-lso that their contents coulc be re-] (CXO.) here, the RUSSIA STUDIES ATOM Probe Peacetime Possibilities By EDDY GILMORE YORK. June ition here, against tee a large portion cf diserimina- trt re- II ii> v, esu-w-------J that their contents could be re- the areas Russian influence te. eastern Surope. theme was by both parties in the fuJl-dress a.efe debate on foreign pclicy in com- mons the t'.io days. Talks commission- j Some In c office in CXtawa. Gouzenko said s i w T -p 4 he had gone to the Ottawa Jourr.aJ W1HOH 1. 9 with his story because be felt sf ;-1 were published he would be pro- TCKOXTO. Juce 3? tected by public opinion from re-; bishop Derwyn T1. Owen, Anglican Declares Russia Provoked Nazis ______ to __________r _ extremely unrealisiic to assume that Russia >s closing her-eyes to that lisJe of the laboratory- is is impossible for m newspaper- man stationed in Russia 10 say Many informed foreigners la Soviet "Onion believe that, while Russians haven't asked for the sec- res of the bomb, it constitutes and ponderous factor ia their thinking and action. The use of such phrases as "atomic diplom- acy" in referring to Allied moves is it's all very well for us to say. "well never use the bomb for aggressive purposes." Just to convince the man who hasn't got tiie boaab of that. tahaiion by the esabassy. wTO 10 >v_ wimate of all Canada, announced i ui his charge to the 94th court Toronto diocese that, con- iiave been held between the Church of England she United church, the church, and groups oi church. June Jhe war crimes Russia pro- voked 'attack in 1341 by massins 153 divisions on rise border after the two countries partitioned Soviets and the bomb. However. there is reason to I the word, ty about tne Textile Strike Termed "Illegal' a-tachea to corifidential memorandum. called -brats! or. free Ca- The nemoraBdara etated .aav TOrth of -arE at delssohn and company. Benin, the money was trassferrea 10 an account carried under the name ia Ameaarcam. Because of senile softening of the brain. Gustav Srupp ron Boh.en u-iti Ha'bach was excluded from tne Sevens Xuemberg war Ks son Alfried raay be inciuced as sdefendant if are pu; on iial as a class. Canadian unions. affiliated with any Americas labor g-oaps as are the Canadian Congress of Labor and the Trades and Labor Congress, the big labor or- _ T T O PoSltlOH JUl U.O. EMPLOYMENT rP OTTAWA. June Contrary to tne normal seasonal olovmen; in Canada showed a iiderable expansion a; tee nins of April, when widespread Sxa- Tjrovenienrwas indicated both ri nianufacturins: and niriag industries." the Dominion bureau o; statistics reported. _ n I -I think that in view of the news- clarify the Provide Housing f 1 on wartime operations of tne for- Wnn vX C genera! svnod. this crisis. workers" by mem- I ___ 'Canada Recoups Is that Comnrun-jm re- tains great strensth !a both France arrt Italv Tlist's a faci of tne mo- fo" -R-estem democracy, and to Britain which is siar.d- i of the federal tor m the path of 'iai Red tiaal; labor miiaster wii! be discussed at a conference of the fed- eration to be 12. Toronio." said area StElA. general representative o' the federation in Toronto. "In the present seamen's strike, every penalty in the labor code -K-OCIC. ap- Searto have been ruthlessly ig- nored." POPCLAK VACATION' SPOTS CALGARY. June lake Louise and Jaspsr are most popalsr vacation spots tourists from eastern Canada f the eastern United States, accord- j thread o, ing to recorts from cluss in the district which were visited centl- by L. M. Saint, secret manager of the Alberta Motor ___ I sedation. Mr. Ssdn; said the clubs received more inquiries sboui the mountain resorts than any other 1 pars of the Dominion, and tourists were interested in travel along tne Alaska highvrmy. CLAIMS RECORD FOB IRISH HCXGEK STRIKER. BELFAST. June record huneer strikisg -tras clairaed for Da-rid Fieraing. irapnsoned former TSA. leader, -sfho has 7-t of the last 78 days. Flemiiur's brother, James, ssia tne i 27-vear-ola Irish Republican hadi eclipsed a 73-day record set- by Terence of the concentration :or ;iie ijuiuku. Goazecko described his prepara- j He stressed that these conversa to quit his embassy job and tious. which may lead the way to j Hitler nearc 01 a'thoush he knew of the u-aty of action between several and was informed, the in of -h" B-CJif he de- Frotestant denominations in Can- tended to seize tne itoman-a... uu ftt the IlTSt OPPOi tiiUsli. ada. were entirely tentative and thai corporation action of the sev- eral churches was not in con- temolation. "At the last session of the general synod a resolution was passed unanimously inviting representatives of other communions to meet cur representatives to have conversa- tions with he said. lisd eluded then that Russia intended to her neutrality and time a lica blow at Germany coinciding with an Tjhed invasion in the west. The wi-'uess. in own defence, said Hitler had talked to Foreign' Commissar Molotov of Russia ir> sn unsuccessful effort to sroaucn. He then order- Russia soon would have energy and many other One "should not underes- soon Park themseL improvement in the posi 2! t'on of Canada's gold and United i States doUar reserves. uons are for study only. These "will whole church for a between the general ivr years. At the session it was announced next meeting oi the gen- -i4-lf_ SVTloti WOuld be held in Winni- Dnited Ststes. Those in respon- dspltHnatic and military posi- tions hold the same opinion. DOXT CXDEREST1MATE REDS 3ui it should be borne in mind ie __ that Foreign Minister Molowv. si i Gen. JodS. former German arm> j sremim last Sov. chief-of-staf f and 6. ssid Ru :-irai2kiag Germans on trial, testified eEe things.--------------- limate the Russians. Heavy emphasis is being placed oa science in Russia today. The eminent is building new labor- atones, finding them the equipment they want, giving them the green light thev need. Russia has a hard core of scien- tists, although they are mostly be- yond middle age. When I left Mas- cow less than a month ago an ener- getic campaign was underway to attract younger people to science. Tie Soviets have ackaowledgeo, too. "that their scientists are en- titled to the best possible material life. Thev have been awarded extra kfpecia' food rations, clothes, auto- aaobaes. special salaries, new apart- ments and fine with chauffeurs. I" manv pans of the country, new housing 5s being earmarked for men of science. They will get 15-Day Truce Is Called In China i ni 10 pay for Canaca s import requirements at that; time for a fur- I Two thousand dollars trorth of j surgical instruments and drugs, stol- y bate U effecnve tomorrow, is -LC- uCXuu. demonstraticai for Insh freedom. 1 treatneii of political priioners. versed special receipts of coliars upon, the i American entry into the war. _ 3y tte end of 1945 Canada 5) holtiinss of sold ard United States dciSrs had "risen to The holdings at the outbreas oi war totalled S393.100.000. Mr Towers said there never was a time in history when "we have had so much gold and United States QUEBEC, June r Barreue said Tuesday that four-day-old strike caUed by the United Textile Workers of America lAJ'JL.) at the VaUeyfield, Que.. plant of Montreal Cottons by the Dominion Textile Company For 'Varsity Men EDMOXTOX. June X? mie- Manning announced Wednes- day" that an expenditure of S100.- 000 to provide dormitory space at the JUaerican air base here for 8oO: single veteran students expectsc at the University of Alberta next, fall, has been approved by the provin-j rial cabinet. "This obviously barely touches! the fringe of the nroblem bat we j are not'prepared to let, these boys j down after they have been promis-, ed opportunities for a university education and are then denied the i chance because of a shortage the premier saic. these modem dwellings as scon as and this includes mar- shals, generals and high party functionaries a that the U.T.W.A. strike at four Montreal mills of Dominion Textiles, however, was legal. The strike, if completely effective, would affect 6.000 000 workers at the Valley field plant and 3.000 at the company's ipur Montreal mills. The union claims the shutdown is complete, while the company admits tha; operations have been greatly reduced. O.C. Govt. To Take Over Gas Industry IXDXDON. June Fuel Minister Shinwell told the in- stitution of Tuesday Uie government intends to tase over the gas industry "lock, stock and barrel." "The gas industry like the elec- tricitv industry must become part of an integrated inte- grated fully-co-ordinated fuel and power he said. How You Can Get Quick Relief From Sore, Painful Piles nursuis for TRACTOR TIRES, TUBES RIMS complete Trimbles For Tires 316-Uth St. S. You'll enjoy our Orange Pekoe Blend We rou to tr? azs it: it hsetf. Tcscassaiejcsr MSI. ia tbs pHvKT of SOC05T n jcc list tia U su 3 packize el Sc'-d 4oda7 frod d-d tablet ts its nessal to of ae irat is real capsa cf