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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE No Blanket Deals With Chain Papers (By The Canadian Press.) A statement by Vancouver Prov- ince prim-ess that there can be no compromise on the question of a Senator Butler h Renominated WASHIXGTOX, June Senator Hugh A. Batler re- nation handily over Governor ct Griswold in Neorassa jes- comment from O. Leigh-Spencer, Province publisher, that it legallj can onlv negotiate inth the locaS union marked the 13th day of the lerday to cloud Harold E. Stassen's prosoects for the state's .Republican convention votes in 1948. inr In another primary contest Sena- iU- I _ _ was George K. Donart, supported by Senator Gossett's Democratic col- league. Senator Glen Taylor. The Province- printers, njembers 01 the International Typographical Union, and "Use Southam company must, coccacs. an all-iimon group of newspapers or all non-unsoa- Upon that there can be no com- promise INDIVIDUAL. NEGOTIATION Mr. Leigh-Spencer said thas the oauonal labor board nad ruled that local unions must negotiate wstn the mdmcual Southam news- papers. "That is the the Prov- ince contracts ixiia the LT.TJ- have always been negotiated. That is the only way in which the Province can legally conduct negotiations." At Edmonton the l-X.u- local president, Jack Kelley, said Tues- Journal after they ftrsicK ivere ap- pljang for unempJojment Insurance. The Citizen is tne only paper where printers, stereotypers and pressmen are all on strike. A; Hamilton and the Province press- men are at uori and in Edmonton stereoivpers did not strike. NEW PRINTERS' VIENNA. June without newspapers Tuesday as 2.000 printers struck in protest against reduction in their weekly rations of fats from TOO ounces to one ounce. Mr. who helped write P ARLIAMENTAR NEWS OTTAWA. June 12. E. J. Brunning, Canada's coal controller, said today the government hopes to have a record tons ol western coal shipped to central Canada to ease tne critical fuel pic- ture facing Ontario and Quebec in the coming wuiter Supplies from Alberta and British Columbia mines will be relied upon. Mr. Brunning said, warned that even the unprecedented shipment could only relieve and not cure a situation Ask U.S. To Leave Palestine Alone crines last jear was some tons, manv times the normal mon.a.Ke.} j age, bui this year K will oe limited only oy raol facilities. The .job BL.UDAX Syria, June The Arao League was reported au- i de- New Compromise Offer Rejected WASHINGTON, Jme Writing Samples To Study Health Insura i 3ANFP, Alia, Jane i AZoerta ctvisjon of the Canadian Medical association deeded to cir- June all doctors >a thas pror- purporting to estabLsh au- :ace :or opinions on the ne-ar health Gnssold because he Uked the three- term governors demand thai United States play a strong inter- national role Mr. Stassen has a chance to re- ,r gam in Minnesota's July 8 senatorial j primary whateier prestige he loss in Nebraska jesterday. It appears HOST that he cannof count on Ne- braska's 15 iotas in the presidential nominating contention. 23 f urteer corn- by the inland shipping i School Exams To Start on June 21 EDMONTON, June da v mghi that 52 printers who -aere parunenta! examinations will get i HP Tinivrin and underway m Alberta on June 21 lor grace 12" students and June 24 for grade nines and the last of the examinations will be written June 23. it, nas announced today Grace; 10 and 11 students do write tests at the enc of the jear but are pro- but the situation makes hss departure -la- The tons wia not affect the recent, order restricting deliv- eries of coal to homes because "we were banking on this amount when Normal School To- the order uas prepared." There was not sufficient coal m csSeren: parts of the country figures ifav 1 shown a downward "rend us the number re- cening out-of-work oeneSts. Vet- erans receiving oeneSts y. May 25 numbered 43.335 Mr Mackeime said factors are considered resoorisiole for tne I EDMONTON. June in Noia Scotia to make st a fxo-way smpment, Mr. Brun- mrg said The shortage in the central prov- inces this winter is estimated at some-ai-pre near tons. The influx from tne western Rupert D. Ramsay Criticizes Govt. _ Sask. June motwi on recomrnenc-ation of the, Rupert D Ramsay, pro-.mciai lead- Veterans Do Well At Alta. EDMONTON. June i Dieted bv the end of the week, suits of first -rear's examinations j Papers are being shinpec to Al- wntten bv veteran students as the 1 berta. students in far off ulaces such TTaiversity of Alberta showed an as India. Bermuda, and the Yukon teacher. Figures released by the depart- ment of education show an increase in the number of students writing examinations this year as comoar- ed with 1945. In grade nine 11500 stucents will sst w'lile 6500 grade twelves will rake the exams In both cases the figures represent an ap- proximate increase of 1.000 as com- nared wjth last vear. It is expected that the shlpmeni of denartment paners will be com- unusually hign standard, university officials reported Tuesday. Fifty- six students who took over their studies interrupted by the war, graduated in their par- ticular faculties A total of 837 veteran students vrote esarmna- besices other provinces in the Do- minion PRESBYTERIANS TO MEET IN CALGART TORONTO. Jure next session of the genera! assem- uons ill all university vears and'blv of the Presbvtenan Church In less than four per cent made an. Canada will oe held in Grace unsatisfactory showing I church. Calgarv. expected to be one of tse greatest gues agenda. S OTTAWA. June A his'i Arab reported declare tziai Asjer.ca nas r_o r.sJ par To End Autonomy Action is ere who ard nro-e a Zaoo'jr: cocuinents were ja.d to ha-.e oeen remoiec froni and the dstricts, cOjec'ea was a penalty tila ceai direct" wrh o. a medical or- TEHRAN Jane 12 jaa proviace will re-urn, to ;ura- i of :he Iran-an national goi- 'ernsiect uncer Pre.-aisr Aanea aj-er refusal Qavass's terms, ercara a six Kase's -rial Isor Hose subpoena for his apcearasce has Ident.f.ca'ioi of hsncwrttirg iseen not A "Sam Scdn -Ldr has cesertaed c-jrm? the as a "recm-irs in an ifcscow-direc'ec spy nes- drop in the number of applications j Carcrose NcrrEa! schools used for the allowance, tn and the decrease charges from the armed forces dar- cai Him 3card Conditions In various regions were er of the Consenatue party, sain at a meeting here last, night that the Saskatchewan C.C.F. government is attempting to con- fuse tne issues of the coming e'ecuon in Morse constmency "by their continuous introduction of the Farm Security Act ane the Do- minion-provincial conference." Sir. Ramsay, candidate in the by- election scheduled for June 27. said that the Saskatchewan government bad forgotten the cause of the man on the land and added that "So- cialism hss gonej far enough. What we need is more business in govern- ment and less government in busi- ness." outUned in tables snored the number of out- of-'aork beaeSts and. in brackets, the number who were getting bene- fits sn the peak penods- urcer i. 4.7S3 Saska- parrmeni __ toon. 1.222 1.631 Kegina, 1315 It. is expectec rew f3378t. 1504 sccomaiodaie -CO :o 400 pa- CaJgar-.. 801 ana Vascou- uents anc Or Cross 'aid nmde Fndav 4200 13.239> iree; "a long fell neec sookfeman said. Formal announcement tne set. alon? with se or Saturcay. 'ne Cirr r-anonal oraaiuier cf sear in Sarr. Carr bu- T.ere no re- Gorcon and >nse oi-tciGe ihe courtroom con es- Smsth. Co-anal Itiioui. acv Prof Israel also 5cne-u.pd lo court fot speecv HAMILTON GIRLS ATTACKED WHEN YOU WANT A TAXI PHONE STEVE'S AT AN EASY NUMBER 4058 L TO REMEMB STEVE'S TAXI JEMBER SODA FOUNTAIN and NEWS STAND Next Door to Bus Station HAMILTON. June Two Hamilton girls. 14 and 15. were at- tacked bv a nuce man on the old Guelph road last rught, but escaped after" a tussle down an embank- ment. The cirls. retiming from a visit to friends on the cit> outssirts. tola police man jumped out from be- 1 hind bushes arid that thev sufferea bruises and scratches in tne strug- gle As they fled, they saicl. the man picked up a bundle of clothes and rode away nude on a bicycle. 400 DELEGATES REGISTER WINNIPEG. June 400 delegates registered today as the Progressive Conserva- j me association of Mamtooa ooened a two-day convention in Wmnineg It was a great, idea Why baie tuo fairs when one would do To bring both near and far in view? Thus reasoned, Mr. Franklin ubo Made one fair do the uork of tuo! 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