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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBEIDGE HERALD MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1946 No Developments SAYS In Seamen's ffff Is Basis or U.o. i Atom Proposal j TORONTO. June 17. Ca.nadian Seamen's As the> against lake shipping began .r.s; COMMON'S STATUS OF wee cotinsel for lines, stated be sough: against Aid. Dewar Fer- guson, a vice-president of tiie Sea- that a summons be sought -oncer 261 of tie Canada Snipping Act against Ferguson for trying so persuade the j tee C-SJL. cassenser shio ._ to the vessel. The Kingston cleared Toronto Saturday i afternoon sf.er police Had _forcea s-a-av" irons "the "dec! Ferguson appealed to the __ feature of the United States inter- national control o: :r.e ceielopmen. OTTAWA. June 1" cf Fred Kose, con- victed Saturday ol espionage conspiracy, as member of trie ccmiio." -or Montreal Catier remains unchanged until fie actually Is Dr. Arthiir Beauschene. clerk of the commons, said today. Whe- "aho elect- ee as a Laoor Progressive nember. is sentenced Thurs- i a. copy ol be sen: to Reds jiaber rriest IJ i WEEKEND DEATHS 17 COIU- i--------------- "i "it nonce the> i impres- atory of Music. rTy'gtnernaien: head- slve ceremonies of the ordination HARSISBUR" PARIS. June Cora- i HJUnlStS %oiild ooocse aiv v- ed bi the moderate Mouvenien: Re- of a GsuHe re-enured'the poli'icai arena 1 with strong support of M.H.P- pro- for :he Fourth French Ke- caigary "officiating, the centuries old (By The Canadian Press.) TO, com- poser, concert pianist and associate director of the American Conserv- fore a large crosd that overflowed the Catholic church in Taber on Saturday. With Bishop Carroll ol Pa. Vauce C. publisher cf the Harrisburg Detroit and Industriai- SCHANTON. Pa. Michael OToole, Strachey Praises Canadians For Wheat Shipments _______., June Food Minister John Strachey Wavell Proposes New Government Plan For India SEW DE-LHI. June Viceroy Lord and laeBntish night announced an impending cut in the soap ration fcr Britain and i a- Defers ol as a ns ie-v liooi and cranny of B-S anc .veiild open at ail :imes fur the m- rers o-- international i envelopment No: only would secrecy regarding ee- De Gaulle, breaking a poJuti- __, cal silence of six months, urged the the commons, constituent, assembly to draft to the house. i legislature ana a strong execute.. surrer.cer ci sover- and operator carles believed ngrcs :o >n2 ti-oulcl ce-.el3? tm'.ii after tie :he :act shia afeei here Tuesday; cru'.ed States delete Bernarc j -o the nror-osals for settle- j Baruch said in presc-it-ng: pro- inen-advanced by the labor posal. "we must elec: -.vor.d peace t ment -s-hich have already been ac- or cestrrcuon.' may oe powers vrruch will hesitate :o give I anv body carte biancKe to "sleuth about when and where sees fit. Mr. Baruch's answer to :his 1 tha; the people of tne uorld nste Urge Adherence To Parity Prices In Montreal Zone solemn procession of the clergy into MOSTREAL. June backed cor-stitunon which would the churcii wmle :ne choir sa-ig, 5 recent butter shortage in the Great j .when a halt-pound block said he would sign an agreement with Canada under which Britain "will go on buying wheat from them at a fair price." On the Canadian agreement. Mr. Strachev "The Canadian the farmers have suck by us through I luruier plan I see no reasou we scould not accept." Gandhi, addressing a prayer meet- ing exhorted his listeners to "wait, watch and prav." and said accept- would be" gmded legislature and reduced the i all this -Rar. They have supplied l" i us almost all our wheat and j of the precious food made headline j tried to wring the oisnop dinner I ly chided said invitations issued to 14 representative tan leaders to participate in a they which administer shilling out of us. Now want the security of a firm siable huge sub-continent while having agreement under which we will go! constituent assembly drafts a char- on baying wheat from them at a j ter for independence. The cabinet be mace up 01 cepted by the FA.VORS ARMY IX r.S. DEFENCE PLANS WASHINGTON. June Truman asked congress Sa-urcay to merce the tTaned armed forces mcer a single cabinet officer and give the air forces rcore responsibility than the ed'that branch to have. an follower largely the re- of the army :ha: the air forces. some excep- tions, be given the responsibly for the war and no: o: an m tha: prefects, tney are 10 te :oooed by mouthings and narrow which is tocaj's pnrase lor supposing we encoun-.er in power a reiusal to sucscnce to tnis plan :or glooai seciinf- answer I'ni afraid, tha: sen: by the Urufec Farmers of Cacacis :ocsy :o federal ministers. information incicateo for wheat was S1.S3 a bushel "basis No. I Northern at rort Frank SLtason. TJF.C.' i The Alberta Farmers TTmon Is sim irisE: the all-powerzu! single house assembly. _ j ff-i tamed _ _ _ _ In Months his first blessing to his parents and immediate family, j Clergy present for the ceremonies I were Hei. R. W. GnfSn, O.M-I-. j Rev. J. Smith. Picture i I Buf.e; Rev. H. Dorlon. Milk Biver: j Rev. F. Trudeau. Foremost: Rev. Bow Island; Rev. J. Leh- man. Rev. C. Lyons, Taber You migh a pound but then grumble. will think I'm gypping them." Many other dealers have been less cautious. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced early month they had uncovered a FOKEST FIRE IX CONTROL June for- 1 'deas cidn t fit in with um- tano-Mmnesota Lumber ed many counterfeit butter and sugar ration coupon cheques and confiscated pounds of butter. While the investigation is coa- IS IGNORANT OF ___ "WHEREABOUTS GRAXD MCFTI Jans Sslah ZI Ifca El Husieni. 21-year- eld son cf the Grand MuSi of Je- s -usalem. crofessed complete ance today of the UllCrprCl-Ct heie my rather to." he said. WASHINGTON. Ju'ie 2P Xliumil The spokesman for Gandhi said that the list of 14 -has not done justice to the Congress. I oo not know whether Jtnnah wijl be satis- fied, but. there is one silver there is no compulsion for nominees to join the government." NO CHANGE IN CEILING OTTAWA. June 17. Prices Board today announced ceu- ing" prices for domestic and import- I flK LI1S ed cherries this se e ,rVat same as those m effect in effective immecoately. Needed at 'Hat HAT. June 17.-P- iri r normal today -witii full scale; ECi'v5rr resunune. neadquarters i the Katlonal" Maritime CCiO.) reported all back a? their jobs on Hinted States j Sunday after a 14-hour stnse j Trrlich was not averted by the "murder of a feliovv pris-j IU Camsn Miranda, -srere talking strike, i _______ _ ithough the, ijcard of directors not 22, 1343, was beard of directors has not _ later today shortly sanctioned any smke action Farm Arrested Pair 'ors Chief Justice strike will be tne topic of tne TTur .C- tfstn.cs conventions, mei first of which will be held at Wilkie e lasf-ndnute settlement of the t ter countrr--xice dispute in Washing- ton. uii.. Tae was orae-ec a-- BAItT PAPERS LEAD TORONTO. June Daily rewssapers form the favorite acver- tising medium 3n Canada, it is shown, ia coniparauve percentages of advertising expenditures for Casa- aca and the TTaited States in issued today by the Canadian Bauy Newspapers Assodatiaa. Thursday. F. T. Appleby. T751. president, will be the speaker. WASHINGTON. June Col. Jack W. Durant and his WAC TALKS CONTINUE FO. Henrv Davis SSau of the H-C. had been held the" Washingfon tinued on the details area strtce their arrest in Chicago lordship told the "have to provide an inter- preter who is aole to interpret every word spoken in this court." 16 PAGES -The Ot- OTTAWA OTTAWA. June n. tawa Citizen today published its first 16-page edinon since 45 com- posing room employees, members of the International Typographical Union (rLFi.) staged a stop- 1 gage" Mav 30. I Today's enlarged edition had only i three nages of photo-engraved type- copy while the pages were of regular type. a. nroposec long-term whea; con- tract between Canada and Britain. In tiie absence of official coia- mear. there speculation that the final agreement might take the form of a four or five-year contract prices fised for the firss year two and then revised at a later two weeks ago. Canadian Doctors Conclude Parley sentation of a soirima! bouauei and the young Sodality a spiritual bouquet and a gift. Father Malo then spoke to the congregation, expressing his deep jov m the fulfilment of his ambition arc? his lasting gratitude to his par- ents. Ke gave his blessing to the 600 people gathered on the church Aunt Charged With Of Niece "VICTORIA. June Chief Gilbert Stancombs of .tisqui- B.C., announced late Sunday nighs that Mrs. Ethel James had been charged with the murder of her niece, a Sve-year-old Indian girl. Rcsan James. James was arrested last j CIH> UeOJit? galiiCiCti Uii tiaC lawns. In the afternoon another j nighs and formally charged follow- large crowd eathered at the River r-r-n-riaT? invpsrie-arinn of the park to enjoy a picnic. FRANCO 3IAT SEEK VOTE MADRID, June alissimo Franco's reoorted plans for an official visit to the Cata- i Ionia and Viscaya districts add strength to tbe belief that his re- j cens tours may oreve to be a pre- lude to a call for a national ref- June 17. Close erencum asking Spaniards for ap- or two and then revised at a iaier June erencum assmg conference in the light of the -world jo If0oo Canadian doctors, the hos- proval of his wheat situation at that time. j pitai surgeon, aad country chysician, No official statement on tae talks ccpaned from this Hockv Mountain is exuected until aossibly Tuesday or "Wednesday. FOREST FIRES ST. JOHN'S, Nad., June Dr. Struthers Named President At Banff BANFF. Alta., June 17. Deaths clue to influenza! memn- irom this Hocky Mountain resort today, their plans mapped for another year in the fight against disease and pain. The 77th annual meeting of the Canadian Medical Association of- ficially wound up Saturday folloTr- lag week-long discussion of trends In the medical world. JACKH.SKiRBAlL Sftttfitt AMECHE -R RICHARD FORM ?nd HIT HATTON OUMIRILLE TODAT Oi. O, -H- __ Sres were burmpg gids, a Qisease common Jo la a; iesst 20 places across the east- ern half of NevrfouKdiand today af- ter -weeks of warm -K-eather had rendered the island's forests tinder- dry- CIVIC RECEPTION CALGARY, June Patricia's Canadian light Infantry be accorded a civic reception the unit arrives in Calgary at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. have been reduced by about 50 per cent througn use of sulfa drugs and a new rabbit Dr. .EL, S. little of London, Ont.. reported to the Canadian society for the study of diseases of children. The society's session on Saturday was the last on the agenda of the 77lh annual meeting of the Cana- dian Medical Association here. Dr. R. H- Struthers of Montreal was elected president succeeding Dr. little. Br. C. 5. Snelling of Toronto was re-elected vice-presi- dent and Dr. E- Cfiant Robertson of Toronto, secretarv-treasurer. Coun- cillors are Dr. P. E. Willia.Ens, MOTE DETENTION BARRACKS ALDERSHOT, Hants. England, June Cana- dian military urison and detention barracks at "Heaclley Down, Hamp- siiire. today was officially taken over bv British military authorities. Ca- nadian detention barracks now are are Brarashoti. ing a two-day investigation of the child's death. Police said Rosan. daughter of Martin Fred and Hilda James, had been beaten to death. She had been living in a cabin with, her aunt and uncle. Ethel and Henry James, for more than two years! Her parents live at Coal Harbor, Sidnev, B.C. Police believe the child died last Thursday bus they were not in- formed of her death until Friday. Chesterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and demothed on or off the premises. Ready for use in six hours. COLOR-BKITE CLEANERS Phone 2569 Night or Day TODAY and TUES. JHHMtUOYD JOAH WOOMURt Hit No. 2: 'DEADLINE AT DAWN" With LtJKAS TWO MEMBERS POtKA DOT GANG CONVICTED TORONTO, June Constantine and Kenneth Green.; tiimio said to be members cf the Polka Hamilton. Ont., Dr. F. W. Jeffrey, Dot gang which is blamed for a i Ottawa and Dr. Allan Ross, Mon- series of robberies in Ontario last treaL j summer, today were convicted by Judge James Parker on charges aristng from three robberies atid were sentenced to I penitentiary. years each in FEED MANTTFACTCRERS MEET "WINNIPEG, -June Jng wavs to get more food to Europe "will be the keynote of the Canadian Feed Manufacturers" firsi national convention i starts here today. which CHANGED HIS MIND "WINDSOR, Ont., Frederick -V. Lyocs, 24. a prisoner ol war lor more than two jears and 10 months, told police Saturday after being rescued from the Detroit rivpr that he became disgusted with life and jumped into the river. Af- swimming out some distance he changed his mind and headed back j for shore. He found he couldn't i make it and had to be helped out j by a boy. ...You qef other important food BECAUSE fcran is a natural regulator, it can play an important part in -vour diet guard against the dull heaviness that results from a sluggish system. Post's Bran Flakes, eaten rerrularlr at brralcfasi. provide Bran in its most appetizing form. For Port's Bran Flakes specialize in flavor a distinctive, malty-sweet, nut-like flavor that keeps the family coming Lack for more. Which is just as it should Post n Bran Flakes also contain other parts of wheat, so they bring jeu added wheat nourishment, too. For a change, you can make light, tender with Post's Bran Flakes. Simple instructions printed on both the Regular and Giant JEconomv Packages. TODAY TILL WED. UNIYIKJU. UlSSENTi A GEORGE WAGGNt? MARIA MONTEZ-ROBERT PAIGE-SUBO PRESIOH-FOSIER-LQOISEALLBRITION Feature Times: 2.15, 4.15, 850, 10.15 TECHNICOLOR FEATURETTE 'COLLEGE QUEEN COLOR NEWS cH.-s.icys pointing to the CSTtd and railway machines producing streams of goods, from nails to automobiles. This is Canada's manufacturing and operations facilitated at exry stage by Banking in. Aciwn. A Product of swift rise to a first- rank manufacturing nation has been materially aided by "Banking in Ever since its estab- lishment in 1867 The Canadian Bank of Commerce has played a proud part in this magnificent record of progress. What this Bank has done for its manufacturing customers, it can do for you, by way of loan or any other banking service. To-day, as in the past, the Bank's services are available to all. Discuss your banking problems with the Manager of your local branch. 71M THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, W. T. Cook, Manager SPAPLRl iWSPAPLRl ;