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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE More Sinks, Bath Tubs Are Sought EDMONTON, June rangements for supplies of Ar- bath Four Miners Die 'Farm Workers "Bump" [From Prairies GLACE BAY. 17.-p i A In Oflt miners irere killed at Ivo. 111 2 Colliery here Saturday when a s severe pressure sflift buried them- OTTAWA. under tons of coal in the working arrival in section of the snine. j perienced Highlights In The News HELL DRIVING VETERAN Nazi agents now In hiding Inj A rescue plane used the Spain may trv to parachute into; narrow main street of Bontoc as. m j Sp a pleted by the department of eco- nomic affairs, in conjunc- tion with Marketing. Services Lim- ited, a provincial crown corporation. _ it was announced today by Eco- nomic Affairs Minister A. J. Hooke. Victims of The first shipment of Zhose has i as one of the severest ever to occur ers already been received and allocated! in Cape Breton collieries are: aaaniiooa. ca an "equitable basis. Their release J Danie! O'Xeil. 33. marmd. o is being held up by the Wartime t Bridgeport: Wallace Griffith. 51. Prices and Trade Board, whose ap-! married; George Briggs. S3. snar- proval cf a price scale has not yet j ried. and Noncan Mackenzie, been granted, j single. "It is only too evident that allocation of plumbing supplies by, Canadian manufacturers, ciscrimin-? PnlicK atioa is being shown towards the; O11SI1 .juiuicra western market as there -is not a; Af comparable shortage of baths and i -rt.1 similar equiDment in eastern Can------ Mr. Hooke said. -Persistent! ROME. June One of the men, Norman Mac- prairie provinces -enzie. was brought to the surface j step in a Dominion-provinciaJl pian to "MOSCOW" inwicg i stomach ulcers, two hours after the accident oc-! to bring to hard-pressed Ontario g I Newfoundland radio stations broadcast appeals to settlements draegermea had worked j Mitcneii_saia _ _ icear the fishing _ village of Glover- Tojo Listens To First U.S. Witness Police are investigating the death town, 150 miles from St. John's, Roan Martin, five-year-old In- i send boats to evacuate its in- Idian girl, whose bruised body was j habitants. A fores: fire was oear- found in a cabin a; Esquimau, B.C., ing down on the -visage acd irteze i K-trtav. was no indication that wold be sa-ved. Earl Guav. recently discharged, j the and Ruth Foster of. Rabbi Abraham .u. r'einoerg Prince were killed m a high- Holy Blossom Temple. wav accident Bear Prince George said that of Toronto. arc in- TOKYO June while en rouw home from a dance, j defensible refusal of the preser.t war plotters used the schools to i 1 British government to acmit PARLIAMENTARY A. NEWS BULLETINS LOU CROOKS Who SO.-K action in both tile South OTTAWA. June J said the official oppostaon- Mijfc I Monger Ilsiey told the comicons: was time the budget was presented. 'today that the government plans to i The house had disKMSinc laot- confinue foreign exchange coa-.portant questions, but not oecause the world of the fu-: as important as the D" tare mar turn out to be one of eoo- i