Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD .-PAGE THBES Highlights In The Newsj For the first time in many years t nounced" the smashing of a clothing the Wallaceburg, Ont., Weekly News unable to publish. A sign on the main entrance of the newspaper plant read: "Paper publication post- poned. No newsprint." An oSieial said this week's edition would be printed when a fresh stock of paper arrives. Sicg Ton Saud of Saudi Arabia telegraphed the Associated Press in response to an inquiry that, the Grand Mufti of Palestine was not in his land and that he knew noth- ing of his movements. The MulU left France mysteriously May 29 and has been reported in Syria. A Japanese gang has stopped and looted seven freight trains recently between Kobe and Shunonoseki having to resort to gun- play. The outfit tnps the red Ught switch on signal standards along the Sanyo railroad line and when trains halt, members of the gang hop aboard to plunder freight cars. A 36-vear-old woman from Rl- gaud. Que., sang hymns m Latin wlien she appeared in court on a charge of assaulting her 92-year-old husband. The judge remanded the woman, who weighs 230 pounds and stands six feet tall, for prelimi- nary hearing June 20 and ordered a mental examination. Ror C. Carlton, former Ameri- can soldier said by authorities to have participated in the finding o! the Hesse crown jewels hidden in Kronberg castle. was cleared of any complicity in their removal to the United States. black market and the arrest of A, I. Steinberg and Jack Luttermaa. The UJ3. army has developed a protective cloth for soldiers that t it identified as a former Ger- man general staff oSicer. declaring that Generalissimo Franco had been "an important link in the German espionage sjstem" during the war. Coaimunist deputies challenged the validity of the election of two former French premiers. EtJouard Daladier and Paul Reynaud, elected to the new Preach assembly Jur.e 2. will stop a. buiiet, according to Gen. Jacob Lu Devers, Heconstruelioa Minister Hoae told the house of commons there The assembly decided that before confirming the election their cases should be further examined. JK plies of anthracite coal from Bn tain or elsewhere to help relieve Canada's coal shortage. Yiosisly led except for the newcom- MURDER VICTIM IS FOUND ALIVE AFTER EXECUTION PARIS, Jume A "rictim" af Dr. Marcel FrtUt, who -Has beheaded three weeks for the murder of 27 persons, has been found to be She is Madame Hottin. rich farm ovner belieied to hare been Petiot's 27th victim. The prosecution alleged that Petiot bad her and that her horned in 2- furnace in his house in the Rue Lesueur. P ARLIAMENTAR BULLETINS Y ers. Thongin Puriphat, minister oJ industry, and Admiral Thawan The Moscow radio said Russia Thamroas j j Harp signed anidd cabinet fllssol.W .j-e ThrCC Nominated OTTAWA. June Finance i gor a statezaent by. was genuine. Is ssid "yes- arrv Finch, rep'eseata- terday 22 'a code "JMe for 2tal- faeen the two countries. da Mahidci. Wa'ter Richards. 41. who gave The Fort William city council is BBC broadcasts in 1933 enutlsd considering erection of a comtnun- "Crime Does Pay" and wrote. itv centre to seat not less than articles with the saoae moral was, and to cost about sentenced at Durham, Eng.. to three j years in penitentiary OK charges of j Moss- Rer. James Dey, n. Roman shopbreakuig, receivins stolen goods catholic bishop cf the British arm- ard assault. He had 31 previous" gjj fprces. died in convictions. The wording committee of the Arabia ouoted a reliable All-India Congress party sec: a oc xjnfri nf Morse By-Election V. f> Sturdv ol Saskatchewan had urged CKCES HAVE J the ace be amended to extend to' co-operatives tne maximum ceov- j I free grant of a out- j fve'of the I.TJ1-. that the union sans> seloed as welL" _______ mcntte ago had accepted arbstra-} FARM ORGANIZATION MONKTOX. Ont., 14 The ChetnSk chief, who appeared MORSB. Official nominations for election in Morse for June 27 were made day with three major parties represented. Nominees Herbert. James G: F.: Rupert David Ramsay. Sasfca- MUUiiu mayor of Herbert. Liberal; 1 next session of parliament the dis- (ibson. Caron. farmer. C.C.; position of substantial" accestea as oindins: on both pames. j toon, agriculturist. Progressive Con- funds arising rrom the position invol-red In court wearing Cni-.ed Slates amsv in mUitary canteen j oi'EEN 3IARY GOVT. IX CHARGE The by-election was mace neces- OTTAWA. jar.e Labor S3TV foV tJifi rCSlSXi'ci t-OH -SSI, fSUi Oi S. M. Spidell. member. Mincer Xitcne.1 .odajy said ...e WILL DOCK SATURDAY HALIFAX. June Marv. with more im governmeni of India. personality." it added he was "safe ar.d under protection." a-d a died. There were no marls on the i bodv and police said it apparently died of fright. Eleven thousand veterans of Cien. Joseph Studholm was sentenced to one year's imprisonment, when he pleaded guilty to a robbery arising from the holcup of an Edmonton club June 3. The court was told that the S4S2 taken in the holdup had been recovered. Mr Justice A. F. Ewing in Ed- monton Supreme Court found thai the subsidence of the home 01 and Mrs. Anna in suburba" Beverlv was not caused by tunneling .opsrsrions of a near- by coal company. The Canadian Fnysica! Education Association will open its three- dav 1946 convention at Jasper Aita June 20 and will be attended bv delegates from various parts Oi Canada and the United States. Q S Sundstrum of Keanedy was elected grand master of the Saskat- chewan independent Order of Ood "Wladyslaw Anders' Polish 2nd Corps arrived at Uvenjoo! from Italy. They were the first to come to Bri- tain" since the recent announce- ment that all Poles in the British forces would be demobilized for training before .becoming civilians. Rodrigo Moynihan, 35. a few years ago regarded as a "rebel" artist, has been engaged to paint the por- trait of Princess Elizabeth, which wiU show feer wearing a blue dress a brooch. The 112 persons who attended the funeral of Charles CoSm. 58. at Ole Grand. la., are scheduled to re- ceive a dollar apiece. Coffin, a re- tired farmer without immediate sur- vivors, arranged before his death that a list of mourners be compiled and the payment made. The French education ministry postponed examinations at ihe Lm- ac the associations rersity of Paris after discovering mgeyno- m Regiiia. annual that someone had stolen the ques- tions for French composition. Latin and mathematics and sold them for J250 a. lot. Nearly 5.000 students demonstrated in protest against the postponement. Most Rev. John F. D'Alton was installed, as Roman Catholic bishop and primate of all Ireland. The government of Bolivia an- nounced a revolutionary plot has been smashed. It was not stated whether there were any casualties. The 116-vear-old weekly Examiner at BeUfontaine. O., will cease pub- lication with the June 21 issue. More than workmen went on strike at a shinvard in Birkenhead. Eng., following dismissal of three shop stewards for "industrial mis- conduct." The London News Chronicle re- ported that Alfred Duff Cooper will retire shortly as British ambassador to France. The Kin? on Thursday observed his official" 50th ac- tual anniversarv fell last Dec. In normal fashion at Buckingham Palace, receiving official callers and dealing with state affairs. Following- trie arrest of two raen and seizure of a S30.000 stock of The moving of two rails on the eastbouad track of the Baltimore Ohio Railroad "just ahead 01 a fast freight and a Chicago-New passenger train was branded as a clear-cut case of sabotage. Onlr tne front wheels of the freight ioco- motive left the tracks. Toronto board of control decided to share with the Ontario govern- ment the expense of keeping _the citv's day nurseries open, the lea- eral government having announced cease making contributions j for purpose at the end of June. The Canadian National Exhibition board is carrving on negotiations with the British GalumnSa. iir in- dustrv to replace the 285-foot west, coast" fir flagpole now being de- molished at Toronto. Rev. J. H. Freestone of Wesley Memorial church, iloncton. Present elevator stocks of 737 of wheat will be shipped overseas via Hudson Bay from Churchill when navigation opens. State Secretary Martin informed the commons. Vets On Strike Get No Benefits 1 moulders is being 1 British Columbia government. i Clarence GiiUs 'C.C.F.. Cape Bre- ton South) hati asked whetner the todav. federal labor department was in a n aboard, is rchea- to arrsvf in Hahfax at 1! a ni.. T. tomorrow. te- Mackenzie An 1.100-pound unexploded Ger- VANCOUVER. June 14. C Veterans on strike with th workers do not qualify for S. I union! cour' o-er aj K shnf.s a -jondescrsas ,'and that refusal persist H? followers sav- over seven pnor Win-' 300 TO States r-ipez terminating their do-sm Is T'Jsccslavia relations with the union. d'ir'n1" "Mr. Finch's com- 3 aroats of foundauon. unless H c A P sinr-en -a-hn soueht imsee- meaning of Oie 'arbitra- j ror permission to testify oa tion" is to be interpreted as. arbitra- of everything except ihe so- called senera! laws of the Inter- rational Typcgraphicai onion according ;o Mr. Faich. are! arbitration." i Murder Charge STTDBCRT. Or.t-. J-Jne A charge of murder is to be laid.