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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWC Confirm Sentence Of Kurt Meyer Bail For Mazerali Pending Appeal :_______ _To I i Save Girl Friend THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD DEWITT MacKENZIE SAYS Moslems and Hindus Ready To Bury Strife TKOOPS OX TilE MOVE (By The Canadian Press.) Homeward bound: j with more than 5.UOO (Canadian i icemen. Burma Armed Camp House Is Told SATURDAY, 1946 Ul To Be "Sold" To Entire World LONDON. June Burma today is of armed NEW TORS, June United Nations launchec a lar- prograin to the U.N. Hviand. 20. vas kUiec early TOBQNTO, British Soldiers gresslve Conservative Die, Alexandria TTlP Qa-s- in the procecarej 3 which the Nan war crunu-2l London office already serving as an out- Members Discuss fee grenade was throvn .M.USBC.MA threshold of ajj have a place on a four- clav meeting program. At round-taWe conferences, doc- seems lo stand on th? threshold p: freedom after long centuries of siib jusation to various conquerors. The British plan calls for a con- r" Henderson, under-secre- for Burma, replj-icg for the emmeni. said thai if possible Sie elections planned for next oune Sould be held earlier and this would do a great deal to restore tew ana order. The Dacoits by then AUC be under control, but if not, the elections might not be held. Mill Owner Fires At Union Official YICTORTA, June iasmons chairman of the organ- _in- committee. Local national WooQWorKcrs oi The Bntah plan cans lor a con- common problems national ooawort-eu. w. siituent assembly which will frame resorts, from outstanding ohy- whose membererup a federal constitution.- This assem-j surgeons in specialized! are on strike in British Columbia. i) TRA Oi O> general meeting will be held June retiring president, "oie of are on i was shot at bv the operator of a was.. ToVo there was a technical Saw in the Meyer court; procedure and counsel "might successiuUy contest ihe sentence by using habeas corpus j and freeing the Germari war crini- insl on the grounds that his sen- tence was not legal under the act. A FARMER'S WARNING TORONTO, Jime Charles Hooper of Mark- ham township, told Tork conn- tr council Friday the day is eommr -when fanners atflize thfif harjaininp power to gam a more fa-mraWe place in Can- ada's economic structure. "When that day comes, the labor- ers who are agitatinr for bet- ter worktof conditions and rnptinr our war of life, wfll be bard pnt to frt a bite to he said. ______ DEFER ACTION TORONTO, June >f Toronto dio- day unanimously vored to defer j consideration of the social service, committee's report on liquor saies i because there was no reference to the introduction of cocktail bars. 45K NEUTRAL CHAIRMAN TANCOTJVSS. June officials in. the British Columbia iiard-rock mining- industry have prorjosed the appointment, of a neu- tral chairroan to officiate dunug tne current discussions between man- agement and labor. The suggestion -Rill oe consioerea by onerators at a meeting ness week." Provincial Labor Minister George Pearson has volunteered to make the appointment if requested. and Anglican diocese of here. -We would setitios the Social TTI XT IJ A Sen-ice Council of the general synod LoaJlS Under JN.rl.A. matter and bring of i small sawmill near Hk take 12 i Joha Wainscctt. secretary of the _ _ ________ _ _ Drl local reported here early today. delesa'tes from the major stales. G7rk-LaJoie Ee' said Simmons was investigai- great surprise for many ob- jjgna OTer his badge of omce to Dr.; ing a report that a m-a was si-u was the pbout-face of Jin- -Wallace of Vancouver. in operation in the IlTSQ. OH oy tne iinii "t B.C.. said thev LIVING PROTECTION EVERY MAN'S ROAD TO FINANCIAL SECURITY to look into the matter and bring i _, T sure to bear on the government, Increase >roceed agaiits; emending pus- ,_________ the resolution stated. j OTTAWA, June under the National Housing Ac: showed a continued increase cur-! BanOltS JCt up :ins Mav acd rearesenLed Govt., Phillipines 1409 of India's greatest pe who right, up to the last moment had stood like a rock for in- dependent Moslem he calls it. Be now exoresses the view that Pakistan stilt can be achieved under the British plan. OPPOSE DIPLOMAT TO THE VATICAN] TORONTO. June conference of the United church of j 3IATERLALS FOR RDX REVEALED TO ROSE MONTRSAIX June Havmond Boyer. Canadian scientist engaged on wartime research on jlDX testified at the conspiracy trial 'of Fred Rose today that he Labor-Progressive member four or five materials process developed for pro- C _ investigating the reported no no an average cose of n__ Morteage and Housing Corporation MANILA. June t prfdav. i to lie Vatican, if and" when any _ I such aroposal arises. In an address _- FollOvring table sisows loans an-! .MT-UP- RalDh Sockman of dreds. of heayjly-armea meri ces- j flve the growins i Amount 455.680 MANILA. June Kosas announced tocay thai han- j jr-oHovrin1 drees of heavily-armed men des- j cribed variously as hukbalahaas or. Mav 31 in bandits, had seized Paatabangan in i nfoviaces- Nueva Ecija province, and sei up ZJOZES You have to live in the future time to plan for it is NOW! using the Living Protection Plan offered by Syndicate of Canada. Limited thousands of Canadians have mads their ambitions and dreams come true. Write, today and learn how you can accumulate or more by setting aside a small portion of your income regularly over ten. fifteen or twenty years, amounts which may be withdrawn in a lump sum or on a monthly income basis. their own govermnen.. The mavor and other officials I fled. The invaders looted homes and 1" set up road blocks. President Boxas j said in his first on internal strife since he took office 10 days ago. President Hoxas also reported that more than 40 persons were slain on Mindanao islaiid by bandits identi- fied as Moras. He described the situation there as "moss qilficult because there are 20.000 firearms j in the hands" of the outlaws." ONE OF FOUR FAMOUS BROTHERS IS DEAD Units 431 443 103 109 329 347 519 652 FOUR FEAREO DROWNED SATJLT STEL MAHTE. Out., June fishermen from neigh- boring Sault Ste. ilarie, alien., are believed to have drowned in the Michipicoten Hiver. it fras leamad INVESTORS SYNDICATE OF CANADA LIMITED HEAD OFFICE W1NHIPEG BRANCHES IK PMNCTPAL CITIES then- had been the "White Fish today, with revelation that canoe and equipment found at the foot oi tl dam two days Ego. They are: Dr. G. A, Hitebie, a dentist: Dr. Hoy Buege; Buege's father and 21-year-old son. OXFORD, England. June G. Barrington-Ward. 52. deputv public orator of Oxford University, died here "Wednescay night. Mr. Barrington-Warq, tutor in classics at Christ Church Col- lege, was one of four distinguished brothers. The others were 3. M. Barrington-Ward. editor of the Times of Sir Lancelot Ed- ward Barrington-Ward, noted sur- geon. and Victor M. Barrirgton- tenan en-arch, ana urgea Ward assistant general manager sponsibiHty for raising funcs for of the London and Kortaeastem i the budget be returned to she pres- byteries. TOO MANY OFFICLiLS TORONTO, June Perry P. Rockwood. Truro. at the 72nd general assembly of the Presovteriali citurch ia Canada, jrri- day criticized the increase in the number of officials in ihe Presby- TO_ States. TWO MEN RECAPTURED June Leslie Moore. 23. of Winnipeg, and George Michel of Fort -William, who es- caped from Stoner Mountain peni- tentiarv vesterday. havs been recap- tured near UivSeld, Man.. 15 miles northwest of here. The men were working on the prison farm, ana eluded guards. AWAIT OF ITALIAN REPUBLIC ROME. June Ceremonies of formailv proclaiming the Italian mar be held in. Home late tocay. after which King numbers "leave Italy for voluntary exile in PortugaL ARBITRATION NOT ISStE WINNIPEG, June Finch, Canadian repre- sentative of the International Typographical "Union, said in a statement issned here today that arbitration is not an issue in the dispute between the Scntham Company Limited and the union. His statement said the only issue "apparently is the intent and effort by the Southam com- pany to introduce non-union conditions in the composing looms of their newspapers." CUT HOURS IN PAPER PLANT POWELL RIVER, B.C., June of the Powell River i, Company here announced Friday I the comnanv's newsprint mills will j go on a five and two-thirds day i week starting June 10, cue to the! limited log supply. The wood pro- j cessicg plant will operate on tnree seven-hour shifts. OTTAWA. June Defence headouarters said today that troops had been alerted and leaves stopped in connection -v "the present unsettled labor condi- tion." CoL R. E. A. Morton, command- ing oSicer at Camp Borden, Oat., was ouoted as saying last night, thai fjreuarations had been made by headquarters of Military District No. 2 at "Toronto and Camp Borden in order to have troops ready for any emergency. KlUliiVA bilitv of reporting trends of opinion about, the U-N. FREE FLOW OF NEWS June Williams, press advisor to Minister Attlee. suggesteo. Fncaj that guarantees of free now oi news in and from any country ought to be a condition -essential for membership in the United Nations- He told the imperial press con- ference that all countries, is-ho either are members or seek mem- bership to the TXN., should be re- quired to give such guarantees. Mr "Williams said freedom of in- formation would contribute to the common security of the world by developing "a common understand- ing of the problems of the world.' He expressed belief that news- papers' influence has declined "in imooitant measures and in the po- litical field, largely from excessive concentration by newspapers on en- tertainment values." Brendan Bracken, wartime min- ister of information, said "news is must, flour freely be- tween country and country." Mr. "Williams said the biggest checks on propaganda were the correspondents of "great experience and high status, possessing inae- pendent sources of information. The press needed "to receive quickly and correctly the news from all the rest of the world and to be able to send news to the rest of the world Quickly." PACKERS DEMAND DOLLAR AX HOUR PLANXED TO POISOX ALL HTJSSIAN PRISONERS NUERNBERG, June A record of a German army staff con- ference, at a. recommenda- tion was made to poison all Rus- sian prisoners of war unable to work, "was introduced Friday by the Soviet prosecution before the inter- i MONTREAL. June sion to demand a basic wage of Si per hour for its members was taken Friday by delegates attending the annual convention here of the United Packinghouse of America The demand, major one resolved upon by the union, -will be placed before repre- sentatives of American meat pack- ing firms aoaroxfniately one month, before their" present contract ex- pires. (Packinghouse workers in the United States now receive a basic -wage of 89 cents per hour.) Dowling, Canadian field direc- tor of the TJ.P.W.. said in a press conference that new demands of the be presented to Ca- tribunal. nadian meat-packing firms 5i-l .TlllT' 'some time in July. DAY NIGHT SERVICE DANCE-TONIGHT EAGLES HALL AIR CONDITIONED 13th St. and 7th Are. N. DANCE EVERY SATCRDAT DISTRIBUTORS WANTED LARGE TERRITORIES. AVAILABLE Must and financially able to display and sell our lines. We represent many recognized manufacturers of Farm ana Eome Supples including modem electrical appliances ana farm machinery. Genuine opportunity to develop a profitable business. tvlre if interested and representaUve will caii oa you. AETNA DISTRIBUTORS LTD. _________j .JT. "P'hnnp 166 Osboroe SL. "WINNIPEG Arcel Lacerte, Pits, and Manager Phone 42 847 All comfortably heated cars with careful drivers who think of your welfare first. WHEN YOU NEED A TAXI, PHONE 2224 BILLS TAXI 210a FIFTH ST. S. BILL LAZARICK DOOR II E J THURSDAY AND SATURDAY A Bond will be given away each night to the lucky ticket holder. Tickets Including admission to Arena and chance on all door prizes. JUNE IN THE Lethbridge ARENA 'All the old games of skill and chance and sever- al new ones, too, for every member of the family, in- cluding spe cial blanket and doll booths. THE ENTIRE NET PROCEEDS OF THIS CARNIVAL TO BE USED FOR PLAYGROUNDS AND RINKS FOR THE CHILDREN OF LETHBRIDGE THIS IS IT. FOLKS! THE FUNFEST OF 1946 Refreshments HOT DOGS-COFFEE AND POP WILL BE AVAILABLE IN GENEROUS SUPPLIES Doors Open Each Night at 8 GOOD, CLEAN FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY 3 BIG NIGHTS 3 NICHT FOR YOUR PLEASURE AND ENTERTAINMENT DONT MISS THEM! ;