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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta vfl PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1946 Canadian White Bread On Sale In United States Creating Problem Medicos Discuss Health Subjects MEAT, BREAD SHORT IN UNITED STATES I Purported Terms Of New Armistice Hessian Crown Jewels Found In Railway Dime-In-the-Slot Locker AYASHIXGTOS. June after their capture. L dunc-in-the-slot railway station A Bible once acker cave ur> a fortune in Hessian scribed by Britain s TUESDAY, JUNE 11, WASHINGTON-, i their, principal reKacce for The lie's basic relief on the new crop, now being ROMS. June .news- revealed Saturday as it isrrote "T'ialia nllbilSheC Tinas. in n tie armistice Aton he resent j save leaked out. and In- Queen ____ _., _______ Victoria included, along whole handf uls of diamonds, rubies otter jewels, in the recovered In addition to the Victoria Bible, there were bound volume of letters by the cjueen dating from 1891 to 1893 a red plush autograph boot dating back to 1603 with inscrip- tions in several languages and small hand pointings, three gold table services and several miniatures. Princess Margenta of Hesse, from Kroaberg castle near Rrank- furt the valuables were removed, is a granddaughter of had Jain in a plain card- Queen and a sister ol tae >ox IB a locker in the Illinois late Kasser U. On Thursday; July 1 ENDORSE ALBEETA ACT At ihe Alberta a report on the Aloeria Health Insurance coEEressioral celegstions todar-. Secretary Byrnes replies the the held ihe per starr T.C" "Aiil be Elide oy the trh'.cii encorses tne con- 3 tnbsjtorv principle of tee its sp- lit ior Ca- of "those tinsble to.pay medi- pects dubioia for any big improie- j meit in the supply or meats, batter or fats. AWAIT NEW CROP In the case ct bread, officials parts i and a netr special section of Allied j general heacquar Jers created un-. as tests 10 shortly 10 Cattle _ ____ _ Barn shan" be under command and i One Dies Every Second In Asia And Europe TOMORROW NIGHT t vital but ountrv's war enort The "King's Xew Year's Jaosor i wi saidio have carried tne !ast j vJClldtVi LSO.V K9 i I Urges Action On Indian Mission have some names m _ A new departrtre for the Rumor John Hart May Quit B.C. Premier's Post OTTAWA. June that Premier John Hare may re- from that province to specu cieni, r 'ate that one of their number, James i-e Smclair might succeed him. this Conservatives leader chosen obably will see i LONT3ON'. 'C-P. The purported terms as published in Home were regarded in lor don. as probably accurate, but the for- ollice withheld comment spokesman said that while a armistice agreement had been the conference for for- eisn ministers in Paris last May ana had been seen by the Italian government, the armistice was r.ot complete and thus not yet in force. SAVE THE BERRIES DEWITT MacKENZIE SAYS That Russia Is Nearing End Her Demands b-v OTTAWA. June George CruicVshank, sharp tcngued tiberat member cf ihe commons for Fraaer Valley, on Monday sent some of the pick of slant British Columbia straw- berries to tJiree cabinet minis- ters and asked them to return the boxes. Mr. Crtitckshank has been leading a campaizn in the commons to have the Dominion government do something- about the British Columbia berry and fruit crop which he sajs will rot the ground unless more con- tainers, not being: made during the strike, are furnished. to 'bangs that count. The little piece of stale bread that might been thrown away, the little quantities of left-over vegetables that, the cook-home- maker might have eaten herself rather than give them refrigerator space, can be put to work in the family menu. From there it's like the house that Jack built. The less we waste, the less we bar. and the less we buy the more there is for bulk shipment over- seas. The Food Information Committee set up by the government makes it clear tha'c it doesn't -a-ant Canadians to starve themselves. Far from it. But ue can eat according to Can- ada's food rules for good health and still cut down surarisingly. By way of a bonus, the program is outlines for vegetables also pro- duces better-tasting meals. Plus SLGJL's liveable "Young Ideas" Along Came Jones STARRING GARY COOFEB Ends Tonight o-cer to cover appropriately the of civilian acuvtty m the Cb-esterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and deniotfeed on or off the premises. Ready for use in six hours. COLOK-BKITE CLEANERS Phone 2569 or "Dzr standard an- of wartime political censorship and to ensure that em- pire newspacernien m London are access to news equal to tnat i of the house press, j Senator Danes referred to a re- solution on news freedom passed 1 at tne 1345 meeting of the board of directors of The Canadian Press j expressing belief "in the world- nsht of jaterccaage of news ijjv news-gathering and distributing A second committee consisting of representatives of tne states and the central government of Incia would handle matters of common concern during the existence ol the interim government. RADAR AND RADIO MEN Gen. Met With Nans BELGRADE. Yugoslavia. June 11. Draja Mihailovic aa- milted at the trial for his Me today that he tnet the Germans in "tne second half of NovemDer" King Coming Home Earlier Owingr To Controversy OTTAWA, June Tae con- tentious flag issue and proposed taxation, changes in the budget are believed to be among the important matters which forced Prime Mmis- F-uriher postponement of the de- over the hot Soanish issue in the TJX. Security Council is symp- j tomatic of international uneasiness as the great powers approach the zero hour for the show-down over the divergencies between Russia and -sRstem Allies This showdown mav come in the conference of the Big Four foreign ministers due to reassemble in Pans at the end of the week. In any event, that conference is the focal point of the crisis. The most im- portant aspect of the dispute ta the security council over .Snain lies in LAST TIMES TOXIGHT! "TOO YOUNG to KNOW" ON STAGE at GAULD'S DANCE REVUE Feature times: 2.40, 450, 7.05, 9.45 Monday, sources close to lederal political develonments said here. One of the sources said that 42 French-speaking members cf the Commons and 12 English-speaking ones had signed a petition, ad- dressed to Mr. King, urging that the Union Jack not be included m any design chosen for the Canadian and declared that the meeting fol- lowed a German attack agamss him "with five" divisions." The Chetnik: leader, on trial o_. borne out by the fact that, the joint committee of the Senate and the Commons, estabhshed to choose a design for a distinctive Canadian Marshal Titos Yugoslav regune for jf J flag- This statement appeared to be might easilv have an adverse effect OB the Paris parley. The problem of the heretofore tinhaupy Paris conference will be to determine whether compromises ran be achieved to permit the draw- up of the Eurooean peace treat- ies without -which rehabHitahon staggers along on crutches. Because coUaboration deslgns of 'the urgency of these treaties State Secretary Byrnes of the Unit- ed States appears prepared to cut loose and go" ahead -without; Mos- cow's co-operation if necessary. Thus the coming Treeks are quite iet for 10 dajs. At t jjjjclv to give -us a much more defin- more than tie of the trend of relations to the commit- j between Russia on the one hand tee were cut to two through a pro- j Britain and the United States cess of elumnaion. j Tije other. One of the remaining designs uss js PEACE IX DANGER? the Canadian ensign -with a golden should there be deterioration, the ilaole Leaf replacing the Coaz of j naturallv xrill arise Arms in the fly. The other tras a i Jr danger. We should design with rea ana tnangies fee 3Ot I0 face that unwel- cUHgonally oy a green Maple cams question scuarelv There def- initelv Trould be danger. I believe the nosHron is fluid We not bv any means reached a Leaf. Some Quebec members insist that the flag issue is more contentious than mutual aid or alleged treason and Tilth the euemv, said that at one tinie. he couldn't do anything wiui "many of the troops who recognized mv commar.d-" He opened his defence isrith the itatemens tnat "I don't feel guiltv." "Mihailovic. obviouslv tinng aur- a long series of questions about government charges of collaboration against individual Chermk leaders, j tolc the j started, with 25 men. There were masses of armed _. ,IiH, HII, troops. I couldn'tjdo thmg with them. But JL was glac i ,0 must ac- accordireh Unondlea owimiao o. fo gation rcei Mr. B3ng prior to his departure for empire talks in Lon- don, but that; he gave members no definite views on the flag issue. thev" recoenized me When I went to Montenesro Cwhere the cours charges Chetruk commanders were coUaooraung with the Italiasi occu- pation forces) I didn't like the situation, but I couldn't change it." WOO 3LP.H. PLAXE THE JOB: "Signals andE commu- nerve-system of the Air Force. courses cover the latest developments in radar, radio, wireless and telephony, pro- ducing expert operators and me- chanics in each field. Service or civil experience in any branch of com- munications can mean immediate advancement 5n "trade grouping" and hence in pay. Applicants should normally possess junior matricula- tion or its equivalent in technical school or a recognized school of com- merce. Previous trade experience is not es- sential. Individual trades include wireless operator, wireless mechanic, radar mechanic, radio mechanic, radio operator (ground) and six tele- phone trades: cable, combination, construction, switchboard, teletype and toll. There are openings also in many other ground trades. THE PAY? Basic pay plus living allowances for non-commissioned ranks runs from S95 monthly for Air- craftman Class 2 to S188 for Warrant Officer Class 1; extra pay for trace proficiency and increased pay after three years in any rank: marriage allowance of S20 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 reappomtment will re- ceive preference, and if accepted will be reappointed to the ranks they held at the time of dieir discharge, or to the nearest ranks which estab- lishment permits; and their pnor service will be a factor in promotioa and pension. TERMS OF SERWCE: Applicants without previous service must be over 18 and under 26. Good conduct, satisfactory medical category and educational qualifications will enable applicants to enlist in Regular Air Force for five years and re-engsge thereafter for further five-year. terms. WHERE IO APPLY: Applications should be made to No. 2 Air Com- mand, RCAF, Stevenson Field, Winnipeg, Man. f i -i W4SHTNGTOS, Julie 11. airplane the "SMng been successfully flown, the Umt- ed States navy revealed Sat- urday. Originally planned to power guided missiles (pilot- less flying tae revo- lutionary ram jet engine ifas no moving parts, weighs only 70 pounds aad looks like a long piece of pipe. Bui it develops between and 3.000 much as conventional big bomb- er engine. The ram jet en- gine has been flown only in ff pilotless esperunents and has not jet been installed in an airplane. Premier King To I Sail Today LONDON. June P. Cable.) Minister Mackenzie ivmg left London's Waterloo Station bj tram late Monday for Southamp- after three-week-iong "most conversations with Brit- ish and dominions officials. The Canadian premier and his party boarded a special car after saying goodbye to representatives of BO departments and the Canadian chiefs-of-staff in London. An honor guard from the Canadian Provost; Corps was on the platform. King, who expressed regret that the need for his early return to Ottawa prevented his planned continental trip, will sail Tuesday for Canaaa aboard the Queen Mary. He is cme to arrive in Ottawa June 16 or 17. Si 1 PELLS SECURITY 2684 NO, IT'S NOT A EVERYBODY KNOWS IT! It's the SAME OLD NUMBER OF A BRAND NEW SERVICE truck now leaves Lethbridge at 1.30 p.m. And the SECOND one at 6.00 p.m. Sure, you knew It, all the the TABER TRANSPORT course woiud be equally unwise, for the situation is serious. This much can be said, hoover There recently Fas been an under-curre-nt cf horse !n diolomatic quarters inspired bv fne belief that IToscow has aoons reached the end of her demands and Premier Stalfn prenaring to Cffer collaboration. The Pans con- ference should show whether this is and "the debate on the Sparusn question in the secninty council rpight even be a straw to show how fie wind lies. SHARES HIDDEN UNDER CORPSE PARIS. June French customs ofS'-tils at the French-Swiss border today discov- ered French snare cena3cates valu- ed at several thousand dollars hid- den in a coffin beneath the body of a French engineer being brought from Switzerland for burial in Pans. The certificates were found in a bas under the dead man's head when customs officials opened the cofSn at the frontier town of Fon- tarlier. The funeral procession was allow- ed to go on. out a Swiss undertaker was detained. THE HOUSE" ON92ndSTREBE Added: A full snoportinff program of selected shorts. Feature times: 2.40, 430, 7.10, 950. CIVE BOOKS Or FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRE TICKETS for FATHER'S DAY TROCBtE IX PALESTISE JERUSALEM, June Palestine government that! armed Jewish bands had stopped three passenger tnans, blowing up i the engines and firing the coaches after allowing the passengers and j crews to alig'nt. j Two Arabs were wounded by guts- j fire and a third was beaten severely. I The holdups occurred zs Arab lead- ers met in Bludan. Syna. to organ- ize Arab opposition to farther Jew- ssh smmigratjon to Palesyne, DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE FOR AIR CANADA Hon. Gibbon, Gordon, Depufy MinWer Mi PLACE YOUR Hail Insurance NOW WITH B. J. MERCHANT METCALFC BUILDING NEW BUSINESS Oar new boiler ar.d xceldir-g shop is open and are accepacg ordeis for BOILER REPAIRING PRESSURE AND GENERAL WELDING We have portable eqaipmer.t for al! work. It Is our intention to manufac- ture low pressure heating boilers steel and equipment are available. Liberty Welding Boiler Works 1402-2nd Ave. S. Phone 3921 B. L. A. Johnston ROXY FAMOUS PIMERS THEATRE TODAY TILL WED. ALL TOGETHER; ALL NEW SENSATIONS; LOH CHANEY MARTHA O'QRISCOLL JOHN CARRAD1NE LIONEL ATWiLL Feature Times: 3.10, 5.13, 7.25, 9.30 SECOND FEATURE Feature Times 2.15. 420, 6.23. 8.30. 10.48 Trade Union Striking Printers