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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE More Beef Cattle Now CALGARY. June j Byers, livestock production said in a speech, before the West- era Stock association nere Wednesday that the greatest corn- petition for good beef would corse from poor Zseef Sun Not Sex Is Nudist Reasoning FSANKFUBT, Germany. June nucUsra. caught the of the United States military government tooay. One nudist "explained i: lias a matter of food deficiency, not. sex. A blond unnersity papil to.d an investigator that her Mtmicn group of 13 vronien and seven male nudists was typicaL the present, food ra- the greatest amount of sun ravs vie absorb all over is very healihful for us." she said. -Sex is far removed from, our thoughts." Ramor j DARLIAMENTAR V May Resign Heard At P.C. Parley Mr. Byers ported out there w-as nothing definite about continuation of the British market tmnl 1948. So far it vss meiely a hope. Thomas Usher." Scollard. presi- dent of the association saia the} cattle incustrv had more or less stabilized market at J prices" sicce 1939. Domestic DOQY sumption plus export toe's, about more cattle in 1S45 in 1939. and there f fhanlinI DALTCK MTT.TJS. Oat.. June 13. 1539 i provincial police to- J Gordo" Taggart, chairman of! clay placed the buliet-torn body of the" meat board. speak Tnurs- Dame! Tessier. 34-vear-old Xortn- cav oa the government's 3oor and em Ontario trapper and f i_ wX A mrana ceiling price policy for beei. WtNXIPEG. June tno- i tion of "confidence and sup- i port" of Provincial Leader Emck j Willis was put er until the after- noon session at today's session of I the Progressive Conseravtue Asso- i ciatioa of Manitoba, j The lead postpone discussion of the motion, subaiittec by Lt CoL J. A. Ross, federal member for JL JL OTTAWA, June The Canadian Legion the commons veterans' cvmmittee to jive "ever? con- to an increase In the basic rates of var The was made in a brief presented to the com- mittee by 31aj.-Gen. C. B. -elected presi- dent of the Legion, who said veterans in urban areas, with no other source of income but the allowance, were living under "appalling conditions." U.S. MOST HELPFUL OTTAWA. Juse The E. O. Haasell said Mr. Ho-ae had made an "anology for a poor case." 1 KESTAUBANT MILK OTTAWA, June Milk served with, inesls in restaurants must remain at its present price loel despite the recent removal of the Soarss. was takes by Jonn Haig. a j delegate from Winnipeg South, uho referred to reports that Premier j Stuart Garsoa of Manitoba might resign to the fecerai cabinet and seek electionja the now (The Winr r.CT_________. .____ cav camec a siorv from Ottawa i obtain saying it "seas rumored among lab- j construcuon Minister said 10- j ion now had a coal shortage. was so the policy must have broken i Board down somewhere or the emergency j would not have arisen. The governments taxation policy a as discouraging coal production. Miners only five cays in- stead of six to avoid moving into a v higher income tax bracket. Another j rf thing was that coal cars vrere of ten left idle on railway sidings ihev neeoed at coal mines. LONG NEGLECT tO John Blackmore Leth- VlllCiai IxCtUrnS Two Plunge-To Death From Hotel WASHIKGTCWf, A former garaee cimer and a 2S-jeai- old girl short story writer plunged to tiieir deaths 45 twautes aput early today Irosa a Hindi storey Efforts of an Alberta government rooni of the Lalayetce betel, two AD Conciliation Faike dispute Ttte Canacian Kcmse, K. A Pagh. Alberta government a long argaioras through the oam- conciliator, said a.: Edmonton the caded door of his room mth two v v dispute between the Edmonton pus- I policemen who y> djsssade Laners and pressmen Terrains bun. I stalemated. publishers charge Captain Clvde X. feraage. assSsi- a cosrinusng' ans chief of detectiTes, said the i contract, in suppfjrnn? striking pair were Arthur D. Milhson. 34, _ .___ .U-T-M- vvrtut >iir- TJUt worker, aboard a plane for a flight SAVE THE RANGE j to Sadbury -ihere Dr. X. P. W. this province be continued. larsd ca" bel Graham of Sauk Ste. Marie. in moving the vote of confidence as the province! pathologist, was to per- j m Xlr Wilhs, Col Ross haa remind- "__ I o mnnpm. !ed delegates tha: Progressive Con- ed States had imposed foay commons. i 'iir. "Blackmore said he had beard j iKm Mr. Howe spoke after T. U Church {of Alberta shippec to On- to the convention I et so gently loo. Only Pepsodent knows bo-f- to cambfie them to a cleansing action that remotes of film tbat darkens your teeth safeK. X> no wonder are ubiscit whitest because Ye Ctt the bright-tasting NTW-FORMLLA Dental Cream todav. CoJW X." klMTirtt THl KKODtHT NOW ON AT YOUt NII6H- WU 1 1 Vt I IOKHOOD STOKE iS THE PCPS09ENT "PEPSODENT TEETH" ARE WHITEST BECAUSE THEY'RE CLEANEST! ;