Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, JUNE 15; 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE Highlights In The News The United States army said at Confederation of labor called on Frankfurt. Germany, to "workers to stand by for a 24-hour -rorth of the Hesse family jewels had been recovered in Ger- many and that three officers ar- rested in the case would be tried ia The International military tribun- al proposed at- Nuernberg that final speeches on behalf of 20 Nazi lead- ers on trial'oa war crimes charges be limited to a total of 14 days and deience lawyers immediately pro- tested that their rights e being infringed. C. C. Miller of Portage la Prairie. Man., was elected president of the Progressive Conservative Associa- tion of Manitoba. He succeeds O. H. Jones of Winnipeg, who cow be- comes honorary president. Job prospects in British Colum- bia have ebbed because of the woodworkers' strike, shattering hopes of government experts of unprecedented peacetime employ- ment. Now there are 2.S35 fewer jobs in B.C. than a month ago for both men and women. Suggestion that Paris Police Chief Rene Desvaux dismissed after the Mufti of Jerusalem escap- ed from used by the government, as a scapegoat, was made bv the moderate Paris paper I_e Matin. The paper said orders from, the president or the foreign office had reached the police last October to give the Mufti complete liberty. Appointment of Maj. Robert S. Robertson. M.C.. of Winnipeg, to command the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada and his pro- motion to the rank of lieutenant- colonel was announced. A gunman held uo three men at the Panarskv Auto Sales company in Chicago and fled with So5 825x20 USED TIRES 0 75fli20 Trimbles For Tires 316-Uth St. S. Phone -QS7 an address to the Ontario Milk Pro- ducers association as Woodstock, Ont. _ __ acres planted to winter wheat have I ten." at a meeting of the city finance penicillin! been abandoned for lack of mois- j committee here yesterday. I 3y "putting up shacks ail over ________ __ the "city." Wartime Housing Limited signed the tssk of i A body found Heating in :he Or- j was. causing depreciation which operating plants in their uve countries under direction i Canadian methods of I production will be studied "fay tech-1 ture. nicians from war-ravaged areas as- j the man seen bv three picnickers to of three new i the "fast-movlag waters 1 of river near the Cham- quarteis sta5 was announced in Ot- plam bndge AprU 19- _ tawa. Don MacDonald. Ormstown. i Que, has been made education and j K.4PS .C.CJT. POLTTICAli _ information secretarv; Lome Ingle, j PATROXAGE SYSTEM Eotinonton. research "secretary, and Miss Helen Peart, Montreal, librar- ian. t! Otto Smith. 66-year-old canoeist MOR.TLACH, Sask.. June _., had discovered some veier- acs with big incomes living in the; wartime houses. j RAIX SAVES GARDEN'S j WEfXIPEG. June rain fell in some parts of Manitoba 1 today, saving market gardens, soak- j ing wheatlands and replenishing i soil moisture. The precioitation ap- j Some shady gent who stole 120 shoes from the automobile of a, London. Ont.. travelling salesman I route Yo-fc oy water, nos- must have got a jolt when he open- ed is-foon nivwnnH ed the cases. The shoes were all for the right foot. Education Minister R. E. Ansley in Edmonton araaounceq the ap- pointmen; of T. Bl Creighton of Camrose as a raeinber of the de- partment of education's inspector- ate staff. J. Patterson. Liberal leader of i peared to be general from the Sas- the opposition in Saskatchewan's, katchewart border south although. legislature, said last night that po- litical consideration had been the course ihere before resuming Speaking at a meeting in the i______ ramnaiffn fn- tnc cnnsnru- heavier in some districts. BOOBY TRAP SLAYING MARTIN3VILLE. Va., June j said a 'umiture factory worker. A. J. Guslsr. 52. had admit- I.UUUA. iuere oeiore A. iiiia Ms journey which started from 5 ted booby-trapping an instrument i i Apnl IT. jencjDj-.iecu.on ses June -i.j rooni fn which an explosion killed i a fellow _Permits for the erection of a; based onpoUtiwl iie "I had better get S54.000 hotel, coffee and barber Smith before Smith got me." Anderson. 41-year-old Cal- gary cycling enthusiast, left "Win- nipeg Pricay on the next lap of his trans-Canada bicycle jaunt which he hopes to complete by June 25. He lefc Vancouver June L Dr. Leonard Parsons of Birming- ham, England, an official delegate of the British Medical Association MONDAY is COLLECTION DAY Get out your Spare Clothing, Blankets, Boots for Needy People War Torn Lands--------- you go -warmly clad these little ones go in rags? Of course you can't. Then do your part to ward off the suffering and disease that stalk ia the wake of war. can help to clothe the destitute. Dig into your attics, trunks and closets now. Dig out all the serviceable clodiing you can possibly spare. Bundle it up for the National Clothing Collection today. HATIWAL aomw couccnw in Lethbridge, Monday, June 17 THE MORE YOU GIVE...THE BETTER YOU'LL FEEL! See What You Can Spare on This List Presses robes underwear Overcoofs fopcoofs fu'rfs sfcirts Jacjcefs s'sve panti capt Especially needed are work clothes, blan- kets, underwear, shoes and all bea-yy garments. How fo Prepare Them "Wash cottons linms. Doc't bother to iron them. Don't worry about buttons. Do yoar clothes np in a firm bundle, wrap in paper and tie securely. Tie boots and shoes in pairs. Remember, yon can send a short personal message with yoor contribution. sen-ice and granting of laadTgraz- SLTCfJt W35 irj _r QTiri taken out by S. Kucey. Eight, per- i umoer aaa mits for the erection of homes were issued Thursday with a permit value i ________________ of This brings to the! xo FRENCH COSDIEXT number of such permits issued this year. Ontario motorists are faced with OX UJ5. ATOM PLANS PARIS. June French press failed to cotamant this morn- ing on the tfnited States' proposal an imminent shortage" of gaso- i to scrap its stock of atom bombs line unless the seaman's strike. I in return for a world front for per- wnich has tied up most lake tank- i manent peace. Only two of 17 morn- ers. is settled immediatelv. a spokes- I ing newspaoers gave the storv top man for Imperial Oil, limited, said, i plav. Three papers failed to "carrv Smith before Smith got me." A hostel for resident Japanese cf Canada will be established at Moose Jaw, Sask., to assist in placement of the Japs. The ?.larititne conference of the United Church oassed a resolution requesting the New Brunswick de- partment of education to introduce Ito public schools a program of re- ligious education. j the story. LEAFLETS__ BATAVIA, Java, June neu- planes have dropped leaflets around the Soerabaya area warning the Indonesians that fur- ther Indonesian troops and train movements in the district will be The Bor Scout Movement Is____________________________ needed, more than ever before, to i liable to air attacks without wara- improve the sentiment and good feeling between all races. Viscount Alexander said at the annual meet- ing of the Canadian General Coun- cil of the Boy Scouts Association in Ottawa. Health Minister Claxton said in the commons that the federal gov- ernment will continue through ad- vertisements, grants and other means to assist in the fight against venereal diseases. A threatened strike of projection- ists in 16 "Winnipeg theatres may embrace employees of theatres at Brandon and other Manitoba cen- tres as well. The ice in the Churchfll river moved out Pridav a week earlier than last year, but well aast the record of May 28 set in 1928. Saskatchewan Reconstr u c t i o n Minister J. H. Sturdy said the pro- vincial government would guarantee loans, made bv the federal govern- ment under the veterans land act if thev were extended to co-opera- tive fanning projects. Passenger car and truck produc- tion in Canada and the united States this week was estimated by Ward's Automotive Reoorts at 46.3S3 units comnared with 43.175 last week and 134.682 in the corresponding of 1941. Ward's said short- continue to plague the indus- try. Car loadings for the week ended June 3 increased to 69.766 cars from 65.377 for the nrevious with loadings of sand, stone, gravel. wood and merchandise accounting for the increase. Dr. F. A. fTanny) Butler, dentist of Mission. B.C.. and famed New Westminster basketball player of the late 20's. was killed and four ether men injured when his auto- mobile plunged over a cliff Thurs- day near Ashcroft. B.C. 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