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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE i o md Queen. s, rubies ia Bible. >f letters 1891 to ph book icscnp- nd small d table rures. sse. Irons r Prank- noved. is hter of r of the All Trade Unionists Urged Support Striking Printers In Vancouver (By The Canadian Press.) A call on all trade unionists to support International Typographi- cal Union printers on strike at the Vancouver Province issued bv four Painlne word to food is second one two con- hunger. is up to !e things !e bread away. left-over i herself [rigerator i la the he house less we the more ommittee makes it anadians from it. to Can- id health jjgly. program also pro- ,IE and UTTON EVUE LI All papers but the Province are publistiEg. The Hamilton Spectator has issued 20 to 26 pages the Edmonton oapers uoisr print a 12-page issue, the largest tneir oi the j VANCOUVER. co-ordinating council of the vATkcwuvjttx. Printing Trades issued the Leigh Spencer, publisher call which wX; endorsed by local i Vancouver Province, said unions representing stereotypers. photo-engravers, pre s s sn e n and Eieaobers of the Newspaper Guild. en a last Wednesday, June" of the Surwiay rooia L-sioppage since will their IIOCSE GETS LAUGH positions derlar'ed if they do not return to work a 'Eautea EDMONTON, June Edmonton Journal and Edmonton Bulletin announced that 52 prim- ecs who staged a "work stoppage" at the call of the International OTTAWA, June Oppositioa members chuckled and government supporters pounded their desks jn oroval jua the commocs today a- Leslie Mutch Winni- peg North recalled the Lib- eral parti's victory at the polls a year ago and asked if anj thing 11 as being done in the nay of declaring today a day of national thanks- giving. He directed his question to Rt. Hon. J. L. Usley, act- ing prime minister, -A hose laughing reply was ed cut. P ARLIAMENTAR i OTTAWA. June Howard Green (P.C., Vancouver South) urgea tocay in the commons that members no: rush througa a bill aimed at encouraging the develop- ment of arcane energy lor peacetime uses and establishing control to present, its for war purposes. Speaking on second reading to a bill authorizing establishment of an atomic, control board, ilr. Green suggested tha- once the bill was gnen the reading it Se refersed to _ a special cosomittee where it. could H be studied inorougnij. _ v v v v He He also would be prepared to re- ply to questions on the C.B C. policy regarcing the interest in radio of, provincial governments. 1 M J Coldwell. C.CJF. leader, re-; peatea request of last that C-BC. officials produce she logs of; several private stations. He said he also warned a report on spot an-j nouncements. on what was chargea' for suca announcement and oa how- frequently they occurred. Arthur Canary West) added he also would hke a' report on the Calgary stations. A. Ladoiek. ail of Edmonton. TWO DROWSED FUN Jane Two people were and four nar- roajy escaped ceath Monday a boating accident on Big Island Lake, three nuies southeast of here The dead are Patii P. Gilles. 38. an employee of the Hudson Bay Mra- icg and Smelur-g Company here, and Wilhaai Faster. 20. a soldier aa organization including editorial eraploxees. The statement said the unions would consider ihe Daily Province "unfair" to organized labor as a whole until the Southam com- pany is -willing to enter negotiations with the I.T.U. on oehaif of the Winnipeg Tribune." The strike May 30 at the nonces when negotiations broke down the arbitration of union The announcement that laws. The I.T.C. lost the strike and after waiting for more than -a called the May 30 stoppage in an for the return of the printers, the effort to force the Southam com- managements of the two papers pam to negotiate an agreement for j could "see 110 other course tnan the'Tribuce as well as other reluctantly to terminate tneir papers The Edmonton Bulletin., euiplojmem as of June not a Southam paper, ana the i IE adced that the strike by tne; Vancouver Province primers was a of con- j VANCOUVER. June were involved. Stereoiypers. press- tract and in "open defiance" of the ESW attempt to bring Internanpral men and mailers i laws of the province under which pa i being established in the States ana the United Kingdom. Canada was proposuig a five-man board to con.rol the domestic use of atomic energy. In the United the COIITO! was placed in should bej-Waat we want is to how- 'hey nnAnAXAf v A rtlST. rttJQllC Alexander Flying Back To Canada j LONDON, June Cable) Viscount Alexander, Govemor- General of Canada, left Monday night on his return flight; to Canada. He armed here June S for Saturdays Victory Parade. He i is accompanied by ilaj.-Gen. Chris t Voies. commander of tee Canadian i occupation force in Germany. AIJeTACROPS 'TAIR TO US. TO MAKE TROOPS AVAILABLE MAINTAIN ORDER IN PALESTINE agencies i are carrying out their puolic ser United 1 yjce." Rev. E. G. Hansell (S C Macleod> me report on the policies of the C.3C. sri relation -o the provinces. He said he knew goiernmenjs of the "hree In the United States there was an in this matter, atomic energy control commission assisted oy three "watch-dog corn- OTTAWA, June raiss curing las- week improved crcp in par-s of Alberta arc. Saskatchewan akn WASHINGTON, Secretary Bjxnes said today the United States is preparing to discuss with Britain what m-Jitary torees the United States alight make available to maintain order in Palestine dur- ing the increased Jewish immi- gration. Mr. Byrnes refrained from giving any impression at a newv conference that he favored hav- President Elect Of Medical Men ins United States make troops available. Bat he Britain had raised various I tioas and fnited would discuss them. TO LEAVE FOR PARIS 1 The secrezarv, -srbo "alii leaTe I Thursday for "resumption 'c'eign ministers as Pans, also that he isroaid like toe prayers of the American people to help him IE ais work mti: Foreign 'Minister Mo-otov of P.ussia, Bevia of Ei-.taa and Bidault of Prance. He also eaaaored against regard- conference as a garae la BAXFF AI-a Jun- II Dr. _ Spanish minister J the fourth of a ser.es of lo tele- graphic reports prairie are to good" Mr. Green saia the biU before the did not. the On 1 TOUT New Attempt To Irflfl I lilttnAIT AtiriV'P 'presented chiefK on behalf of the) I I'HU LtlT'ltXlCI jjll lAiV j Veterans' Guard -oday urzcd a "ser- i diars parliament the same conirol the bodies as did the Kisigdom and the Uratea States Icffislation -SERVICE PENSION- June 11 A brief PARIS. June Marquis of Zahara, Spam ter in Paris, died Mor.da-, Paris-Hendaye express while or the unconscious in his of ien and mailers e" called" sym- laws of the province under aihy strikes at some cities. 'sjmpathy strikes are illegal. of America (CCJ.1 j and coast operators together for dis- iss that might lead to sewle- iwo great wars Cap: J. Herbison 1 appearing before ths smttee of the cornmoris tho brief which urged ns o. ;c! compartment when the train pullea i up near Biarritz. The cause of 1 death was established imined- tefi caused locaUv bv pj-e westerr. cutworms in cer-am west-cer.tial _ ya thrcuah Jnftst.iticns of caused casiiqe to wheat, on summerfallow ir. parts o. tl-e prairie area o: S.; --rather severe" nave tcxiav as of the of the Cana- dian Association to assume office :n June next year. Dr. Leon of Mont- real. will be Dr. Wilson of !ected Dr Harris as chainnan Dr D Sclater as honorary or another score a diolomauc victory. "All or us must ha'.e bu? one he said, "and that is csaking sosse pro- gress toward a just, aid eadunng tre.isurer r." Byrnes said the White House had the appointment of a -aoine" commiuee of the secre- of state, war and treasury to advise the president oa Palatine PQ'-ICT and fanire moves. Be'ixsnd this he said Ambassador W. Averel! Harrmart is tip the British a eof an cocamittee of esoercs ;o study what Mr. Byrnes '.he pracucal and physical factors in Jetr- isn immigration into Palestine. corn- I lately. >a of Attlee Defines British Policy work of the next session after this one and the next after that." There are other nationalization in the basket and they are no; just minnows. There are some preuy big salmon amongst them." BOURNEMOUTH, Hampshire, England. June Min- ister Atllee proclaimed today Brit- ain's freedom to work out her own destiny and defined British policy as a search for co-operation and noc an "attempt to force a duU uniformiiv on the world." "We ask for others the freedom we claim for ourselves." he told the' Labor party's annual conference. "We proclaim this freedom. We seek to put it into effect: Witness In- dia." If India "will stay with, us in the Brifish ComaKttraealth we shall welcome them. If they dasire to go outside, we 5hall stretch out the hand of friendship to His vioce frequently charged with emotion. Mr. Attlee reported to his partv his stewardship of the em- inent since Labor took, control last July. "I reaffirm my faiih In democra- tic which can set us free from the tvrarmy of economic power and pre- serve us, too, from the dangers of the absolute of the state." On a rostrum surrounded by members of his cabinet, the prime minister drew round after round of applause as he summarized his first "10 months in office. TO RETAIN CONTROLS It will be imDOssible, he said, be- cause of world-wide shortages, to relax completely government super- vision- Reminding the delegates that home problems were affected by the world situation. Mr. Attlee de- clared: "We see'Iirror said in an editorial tribute to Prime 3Iiaister Mackenzie Kin? today that -as the leader of the larg- est and fastest crowing domin- ion Mr. Mackenzie Kins has been a faithful exponent of the truth of truth that freedom in association is the source cf solidarity amonij Have You Any Tourist's Accomodatipn? When hotels are full, many tourists wish to stay in private houses overnight or for a few days. Register your spare room with the Tourist Information Centre-Phone 4465 Corner 5th Ave aad 6th St. S. Help the Junior Chamber of Commerce Make the Visitors Welcome For Goodness sake-Try Red Rose I REDROSE "is good tea" DOMINION ROYAL Fleetway Greatest of Track Tires! J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY 402 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE We Carry a Full Line of Tractor Tires Complete Tire Service RITKWRHEUMATIC PAINS NO DULL DRAB HAIR Wtita You 4 Purpose Rinse will do d! of these 4 important thmgj to giye YOURhoir g'amourand beauty: Gives lustrous highlights. 2. Rimes away shampoo film. 3. Tints the hair at It rinses. 4. Helps keep hoirneotiyin place. LOVAlOM doei not permanently dye or bleach. H is a pure, odorless ha> rirae, 12 different shades. Try LOVAION. WORN OUT uxi drif around each da j. unable to <3o the work crankj with ttbe miserable. don'l biame it en 'nerves'. Yoor kidotj-s ma; be _ out of order for when the system clojs with impnritifts and headaches, backache, dis- turbed rest, frequently follow. To keep jour kidneys working we DodcTs Kidney and see for yourself if that 'all-in' feeling not soon replaced by clear-headed energy and pep. Get and iue Dtdd't KWney today. 1 40 a ANTJ6EN WHAT CAUSES ARTHRITIS? ties as being largely responsible. la Canada more people suffer from Arthritis than from any other single disease. Many factors working to- gether produce the changes which take place in the joints and give rise to the crippling pains which wreck the lives of so many sufferers. Pocal Infection from infected teeth, tonsils, sinuses and other organs is considered by many authori- HEALTH RULES FOR ARTHRTTICS The treatment of these conditions is assist'id by simple rules of diet and health. An excess of sugar and starchy foods should be avoided. A diet rich in Vitamins is helpful. The affected parts benefit by warmth and gentle massage. Adequate rest is important. SIX TYPES OF LANTIGEN Lantigen for Ihe common ond infiuenzo. Helps to preven! ottack of cold germs, neutralising their toxic effects. D Laniigen for Ihe treatment of catarrh, bronchitis, sinus and antrum trouble, chia) asthma and other respiratory tract troubles. A Lantigen 'C' for the treatment of rheumatic and arthritic pains, neun'Jis, sciatica, lumbago and spondvlitis. PRICE PER BOTTLE DISTRIBUTORS: BARHAM Cambie B.C. ft Lontigen for use the treatment of boils, carbuncles, pimples, abscesses, ulcers, spongy gums and other skin infections. C !.aniigen for the treafrmtni of hay fever. Contains extracts of mixed grass pollens to relieve those suffering from pollen sensitivity. C {.antigen 'F' for the freatmen? and prevention of whooping cough. Stops attacks immedi- ately, or prevents them if used before or in early stages of infection. LANT1GEN-A DISSOLVED VACCINE TO BE TAKEN BY MOUTH To combat this infectious process by building up the natural defenses of the body, a dissohed vaccine which may be taken by mouth has been prepared from the organisms which are commonly found in the centres of infection. This is LANTIGEX WHAT IS LANTIGEN 1 Lantigen is a dissohed Vaccine containing such dJssoKed Micro-organisms which are peculiar to the particular disease requiring treatment. It contains no ]he germs. They all destroyed by dissolving thus re- leasing the antigens contained the natural antidote. Lantigen works two viays; hy absorbing into open tissue such as the tongue, throat, and intestinal tracts; secondh, it is operame bv mcar.s of its distribution through the j i MAIL "THIS COUPON TODAY! of obairuble at DTUB Stores mill coupon o-rccx to uANTHGEN LAB TORONTO 1, ONT.. OR SiO t-VMBIE ST VANCOUVER. B C. DEAR for the treatment ot. Address...... City or Tcnvn. The name of my mual Dnagirfst i vjistfyrtotr .NFM'SPAPFRf .FWSFAPFR! ;