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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1946 Locks Wife In Chastity Belt, "Hates All Men" ATLANTIC CITY. N.J., June Truax. 39. was charged with strociosis assart anc battery after he hac Icxied on his wife a steel chastitv belt of jaecserai design. Police Cap- tain Edward Webb said. Webb quoted Mrs. Rose Traax, 33. as saying her hus- band tjadloekec about her a gal- vanized chain belt, cartly pad- defi -cith Sarucel. before he !efs irt is to see what will turn the tnck. Certainly no more likejy cou-c have been chosen 10 make this mo-.e since, as j I've reported previously, there have j been recent that Russia was about in the direction of compromise af :er aiany of her rnost mpcrtant Stale Secreiary Syrnes of the i United States ha.? said that failure of the Paris conference would be a for mankind. We can see that it might mean the sion o: Europe not only into two sections bus two air-tight and j bitterly hostile sections. British, Foreign Secretary Bevin, in a pas- j sage o: his speech before the Labor i party conference Wednesday, said: j am not going to be a party. as long as I hold this cS.cs. to any design or strategy or allotment. of force to attack Russia. But this division; of Europe this awful business of drawing" a Une from Stettin to Albania and behind that this foIioiSed if this hap- pens, which God forbid you will have two camps -n Hurope and that will be a road to another struggle." complaints heard over the absence of "the paper accustom- ed to be taken. Tiere has been a rush for the second paper, the Van- couver Sun whicii not been af- fected by the strike, by those who fesve been acciistomed to take the Province, aith m not being sole to get :he output of the Sun being Imuied owing :o the shortage of catted by the strike of the woodworkers. Readirg tie daiiy newspaper sl- the force of and it is a good habit in keeping people interested in what is going ca :n the world, and particularly m own coamiunity. It is trje thar. in these days we have ihe advantage of the radio when it cocies tc news, ba' there is a cifierenr appeal in what we hear and what we read, and in this particular the daily paper has the adrantaee over the So we talked of taarty with the raenticn of names I knew and of names before my time which re- main engraved in the memory of many an old -old-timer." APPALLING IGNORANCE be :em tors during I to the provincial government, in Calgary- Chares Mc- Kinnon of Dalemead. was mace vice-president, succeeding J. B- j Cross of Calvary. Kenneth Cop-' pock, of and Cochraae. is. sxxretary-rreasurer. Neil Rilev of Naaton is second lice-president. Ke WASHINGTON. June Scrape Bottom of U.S. Wheat Granary is a son of the honorary president. Senator E> E. Rilev of High Rlver. STRIKE UNLIKELY If the United Packinghouse Work- The United States is scraning the bottoms of its "ever-normal" whea: a granary which only four vears ago bulged with the largest re- o of America; (CXO.) "calls ar.y serve fcistorj-. e wh-v American housewives on x a a affecting plant where find themselves confronted union is organized. Fred present bread and fiour shortages. e S---S- Canadian direcair of the Union. Unprecedented depiands for the i._e an to tbe grain since 2aid-1942 not only have BEATS 27 CHESS PLAYERS AT ONCE OTTAWA. June wich which names of "Holly- i quests wood celebrities" are given, such i radio. There is someihuic personal is it which we do cot get on the as the originator of the radio, and tha is mere so when i: s tease." comes to what, is known as :he paper. Yes. daily oaser has be- j m T i come a daily and :o those en- (NCW JtVAtlOn tjOOKS gaged in the newspaper business this mas: become a great reahza- j tioc. CNDER THE SHADE OF THE FIR TREE We sat under :he shade of the trees at the end of the garden, 1 with the placid waters of the inlet i before us on a glorious June after- j noon, lly companion was a man j who knew Lethbridge so long ago i as the year 1902." The peace and J quiet; of the spot where we sa: was i 1C" i decided TO new I old Abe Yanofsky of Win- I Quests. H6 hinted. that include the 40-hour i of the skill which has won him the thev week and at least 12 to 15 cents an, hour wase increases. of Canada three times. He" defeated 27 players in R. S. manaser of i simultaneous games. Burns and Oo. Ltd predicted a full market for meat for at least had "admitted any act which they considered in connection with the Kronberg Castle jewel case. Their attorney, Capt. Frank M. Bostrorth. said in a statement- that he had made a forma! demand on the army for copies" of charges ianv" against the couple. WANTS TO BUY JEWELS NEW YORK. June M. Werst. Dayton. O_ jem'eller. said today he had cabled an offer to the House of Hesse to bay the Hessian crown jewels and was prepared to pay as much as for the fabulous collection, cow for the most part ia United Slates army custody following MS thelt aasi re- covery. Immunization Of Children Urged BANFF. Alta.. June dreds of Canadian children die every year because parents are lax in having them immunized against in- fectious diseases. Dr. J. H. B. Grant of Vancouver said In a paper pre- pared for rhe Canadian Medical As- sociation meeting here. Anti-Semetism Wave In Poland JERUSALEM. June A Jewish agency source said Jewish, migrants -trod Europe have repon- ed a three-day pogrom in Polish- held Stettin and that a new wave of anu-semiasia has swept over two years. He said rail grading of i neef would benefit the producer and i the whole CHILD DIES IN SHELTER conducive to reminiscencing. Noel-Baker's Family Roots In Canada BOuHXEMODTH, England, June Cables Noel- Baker, just named chairmen of the j Labor party which, decides the j policy of the present British ad- j says he has number- I less associations with. Canada be- j cause "of course my family roots are in Trenton, Ont." Speaking to the Canadian Press on the back stage of Bournemouth pavilion, where the conven- tion closed yesterday, Mr. Noel- Bafeer said he looks" on himself as "British minister to the United Na- tions." He is also minister of state- He was born in 1SS9 hut does not look his age, although grey-haired. Eis lather came from Ontario to London in 1876 at 25 and became- a prominent engineer in the United Kingdom, Political Atmosphere Tense In Indonesia BATAVIA. Jane While Allied military headquarters here reports greater activity on all fronts in Java and around llecan in Sumatra, the political atmosphere is growing more tense. Military and political situations are linked in s. mass of rumors at a time when military operations are apparently being stepped up. On the military side, the Indo- nesians the gradual expan- sion of the Allied perimeter around Batavia during the last few months is regarded in the interior of the j country as an attempt at quest. might IS.S.TS been a thousand miles from anywhere. It is strange how names dwell in the memories of long ago. Certain names are identi- fied with certain localities in which memory lingers. f The hands of the clock on this quiet afternoon were turned back j j to the days when such names as 1 O Attend Hitler and and shall I say. John L_ Lewis, were unknown. OTTAWA, June Continued rationing is Canada's "answer to a. world crjin? for Prices Board Chairman Donald Gordon said last night in announcing distribution of new ration books would be made by local ration boards be- tween Sept. 9 and Sept. 16- lonj as human beings in so many countries of the world are starving or near starvation, it is unthinkable that Canadians should refuse to do their share in helping 3Ir. Gordon's statement said. Invite Russia SASKATOON. June j child has diec and rune others are holding them all until late fall. Af- ter Julv the protein content grass drbns rapidly and the animals make little gains. Moisture Conditions Improve In Alberta TRUCKS FOR FARMERS PREMIER PISHEVARI OF AZERBAIJAN QUITS TEHRAN'. June Premier Jafar Mshevari today offered his res- ignation following announce- ment of an agreement between his autonomous government and the central Iranian govern- ment which ended six months rif- and disagr OTTAWA. June was HEADS MEDICAL WOMEN BANFF. Alta., June and the world was not troubled with the clash of ideologies and the trumpeting of individual rights. ify comparaon was in the Hound- ed Police of the days of long ago. SEATTLE. June trucks will soon be available for farmers in Saskatchewan and Al- berta Saskatchewan will be al- WINXIPEG. June lotted 240 vehicles and Alberta will ture conditions have improved is receive 200. Saskatchewan and Alberta but more rain is urgently needed in many I parts of Manitoba, the weekly crop reports of the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National railways said Friday. Seeding is complete in ail announced here by "War Assets j Margaret Owen of Winnipeg, was i Corooration thas 440 used army! elected president of the Federation of Medical Women of Canada, at a meeting of the organization here Fridav. Dr. Margaret Collins of Edmonton is Alberta vice-president. which an to j areas" "with a few exceptions in tend the world maritime confer- ence. in session here, will re- ceive a bid to participate in the International Labor Organization's in the days when Superintendent j constitutional meeting in Montreal Dean, whose name stHl lives in! in September. E. J. Pheian of Ot- Lethbridge was in command of the 1 tawa. acting director, said yesterday, historic force. Did you know Patj Russia withdrew from the IJUO. Egan? he asked me. saying when it left the League of JJatiors nearly shot me." This somewhat j and has ignored overtures to induce startled me, for, I need not say, it to re-aim. southern Saskatchewan- Aiberta The C.P.R. report; says wheat is up more than five inches. Las; year's" height was four inches as this time. Good rains have been FAMOUS BLOODHOUND DIES VANCOUVER, June Portia. Vancouver's famous blood- hound, died an accidental death here late last night. The dog. val- ued at S2.500 suffered internal in- juries when it attempted to leap through an open basement windp-sr. j Portia's father. Happy, and her j mother. Sally, are both well-known The informant said the pogrom was caused in part by the repatria- tion of more than 100.000 Jews from Russia. of whom were sens into Stettin without food or work. The source said thousands in Stet- tia were hiding in cellars and in stables in fear of new outbreaks. Many Jeivs were said to have been killed and. wounded in othsr Polish towns. 39EMAXDS OF JOB PRINTERS ENDORSED WINNIPEG. Jane regional war labor bosrd issued a directive which would give Winni- peg job printers their demands, of a 40-hour week a: SI an hour on a sliding scale basis over a two-year period. The board has been nego- tiating Iceals ef the book- binders, printing pressmen and typographical unions and their em- ployers. MORE JAPS WILL SAIL ON SUNDAY VANCOUVER, June second and final contingent of Japanese be- ing voluntarily repatriated to their homeland from Canada. will leave here aboard the U.S.S. General Meiggs late Sunday night. KING'S DEATH ACCIDENTAL LONDON, June Sia- mese legation said today in a formal that Sing Ananda Mah- idol of Siam aoparentlv killed him- self by accident last Sunday, while looking: down the barrel of a pistol. The delegation said that because the Jang was well guarded, "assination was unlikely." and because of his "serene and happy dis- Dosition" there was no reason to as- sume he died by his own hand. WINS HEBREW MEDAX. WASHINGTON. June Gen Dwight D. Eisenhower yester- dav was nresented with the Ameri- can Hebrew medal for 1945 for pro- motion of understanding becween Christians and Jews in the United States. Chesterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and demothed on or off the premises. Ready for use in six hours. COLOR-BRITE CLEANERS Phone 25B9 Night or Day reported in most .areas, and ivaim show dogs, working for the British wpathpr wmilB aromote more ranid rwnmh'a nnllce. weather woulfi promote more rapid GRAIN PRICES _ Winnipeg Grain Prices WINNIPEG. June 15. Rve futures prices advanced the 'maxi- mum five cents by mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange to- day. then absorbed some selling at top levels to finish five cents July closed at Oct. S2.54 bid and Dec. bid. United States and local buyers found, offerings light. Trade -was active In the early stages but eased off after the advance was reached. Sale of bushels of wheat for export to the United Kingdom was announced. CASH PRICES _ OATS All grades unchanged, at 51 'i- 2 C.W. 295S. Screenings, ?12.90. ONTARIO A KaitifntialSchool'for Boys EDUCATION FOR YOUR BOY At the present "tirae_ no national task is raort icjportant than tlsat of educating ihe onoming generation to face future responsibilities and to discharge theni -Biti confidence capacity. This school offers a complete educational program for bprs nine to nineteen years of age. Details regarding raethods, fees, etc. are avail- able oa application to the Headmaster. AUTUMrt TERM OPENS SEPTIMBCT _ Chicago Grain Prices CHICAGO. June 15. f.-Pj Ijrcit- ed transacaoa of oats ivere made at ceilings today in a grain market was close to z. complete standstill. Traders were outcome of the O.P.A. extension bill fight and it appeared that turn- over set another new all-time low. Corn, oats and barie- closed at their respective celling of S1.45Ii. 88 cents and Only oats were traced. WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REVIEW OTTAWA, June Do- minion agriculture department in its livestock review said Friday steady to stronger prices were paid on all markets and especially in Western Canada. _ "Cattle offerings at Toronto w_ere the heaviest this year, but prices held steady on all grades. Some weighty steers sold up to Slo and an extreme 51550, with butcher steers making S13 to Slo. Montreal was firm, to strong wish top steers MONTY'S MOVEMENTS ARE KEPT SECRET JERUSALEM. June Marshal Viscount Mont- gomery, who arrived here yesterday during his Middle East tour, is understood to have left- today for Amman, mountain capital ot Trans- Jordan but his movements are being kept a "top Military heaa- auarters refused to disclose his of- ficial program. SEE DEFENCE LAWYERS IN JAP TRIALS QUIT Columbia police. KILLS FATHER FOR LONG MISTREATMENT MIAMI. Ha., June Invesileator L Kav Mills said 21- year-old Harry T. Mikell of Miami walked into police headquarters! early today and exclaimed nervous- "T -nirs. -iircr Villpri mv fattier; ly. "I have just killed my father; it was either his life or mine." The Investigator said the young man then led oSicers to his home.: where thev found the body of Ovid itikell, 52." The vouth. the investiagtor con- tinued." described a long history of his father's mistreatment of his four children. "He -was mean to all of us h-s quoted Mikell as saying.- YORK. June reported in a Tokyo broadcast today than six members of the Japanese j war crimes tribunal defence coun- sel had resigned, charging they had not been given sufficient time to good Quality up to j to prepare their case and asserting S14.50, and good cows S10 to j continuation of the trial under j present conditions would "a re-j The I7.S. house of representatives judiciary committee decided it lacks sufficient evidence to take any ac- tion in the supreme court controv- ersy involving Justices Robert H. Jackson and Hugo L. Black. or better. Small buyers took all cattle available in the Maritimes and price quotations were virtually impossible to obtain. Brisk trading was carried on throughout western cattle markets and in spots Winnipeg was 75 cents higher, with a general advance of 50 cents on all top grades. A new top was established on weighty steers, with a load at the high- est paid for a straight load for 25 years or more. Better grades of slaughter steers sold generally at to S1450 and medium to good stockers were S10.50 to Calgary was strong and had good to choice steers at to and j an odd S14.50, while Edmonton paid S13.25 to S14 for top steers. Prince Albert from to Moose Jaw up to around Saskatoon to and odd and Hegina an odd S15. flection on American justice.' FLOORS Cleaned, Wased and Polished. Estimates free. PHOVE 2569. STEVE'S TAXIS SPECIALIZE IN PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE YOU CAN GET ONE IMMEDIATELY BY DIALING 4058 DANCE Lake Pavilion TONIGHT AND EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Steve Smerek and His Royal Albertans Starting June 19th, there will be Dances Every Wednesday and Saturday Nights COUXTER AND SODA FOtNTAIN SERVICE DANCE-TONIGHT EAGLES HALL AIR- CONDITIONED 13th St. and 7th Are. N. DANCE EVERT SATURDAY SYBVP HOKY FAMOU5 PIAHH THEATRE MONDAY and TUES. One Night of Susan Pauf'" HAYWARD LUKAS WILLIAMS 'This pure, wholesome product of the sugar cane is 3 prac- indispensable home cooking ingredient----for swocrcning hot cakes, in baking cakes, cookies and p.cs Rogers' Golden Syrap ss a handy, economical food, easy to use. THE B.C.SUGAR REFINING CO. LTD. SECOND FEATURE UOTO KOMIT SCOTT .I PliT ty kr MICMEL KOAIKC Oirmel tr WILL JAtOB MONDAY TILL WED. Man and Woman ADVENTURE! Last Times Tonisfht "DOLL FACE" Times: 2.15, 4.55, 7.00, 9.40 On at 3.30 and S.25 JEAN UAO.D-S DAXCE KEVUE KINSMEN CARNIVALJSJT25c SPAPFRf ;