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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY. JUNE 17, 194S No Developments In Seamen's Striki TORONTO. June the Canadian Capa strtk? against, lake shipping began .us; j fourth veek, Frank Wilkjrsps. counsel for Canada Stesmsnip, De Gaulle Backs Bishop Ordains WEEKEND DEATHS Is Basis of U.S. Atom Proposal, i (By The Canadian Press.) I Levy. 70, coai- poser, concert pianist and associate 1 director of the American Conserk- Strachey Praises Canadians For Wheat Shipments LONDON. June Food Minister John Srrachey last mrm night announced an imoesdmg cut for Brinus. and] ?n our prepara- s highly probable in -o give j iYiliissor: said that s summons under section 261 of the Canada Act against 't'gasoa for trving to persuade the crew- of the ClSi. passenger shio Kirgs-on to leaie the vessel. The Kingston ciearec Toronto Sarjrfiay af-e-aoon alter police had forcee tickets arid sympathizers from the CJSi. deck while apoesied to the ships i crew to join the s were i Sons be meet, ooeratcrs or union over the weekend and both union second onij to centre., iri atioiTof thSs i-ecsrry system niei.2s. the surrender bj degree 01 aoiersignty as ssrv 10 make the pliui The nook cranny c. .j. each httX operi at "all iiraes for the speetion of the ir.'.ernauonal ato ce% elooment atithcrity. Not "secrecy rcgarcirig atomic ce- PAKIS. June 17. iaipres- atorv of Music. in the soap rat- Cartier unchanged would oppose an he actually Is serrenced. that the cabinet will have Motion America. MONTREAL oer o: irieuus u- j ho adianced Matthews. 06, uroanneuL Montreal the Republic a constitution Wavell Proposes New Government Plan For India June uSrf the British. hate proposed a 14- government for for Mohandas K. jhe spiritual leader of. a and mlroduce blead j the" powerful Congress party i_.__C_I_ii., who'sill reaa'it to the b the length of the sentence will any on the seat being ce- vacant mrKeoiateiy a legal point now uaoer Rev. father Louis son of Taber. was re se to e secrecy rcgarcing atcnn r to join the smkers. be impcssiole. ou: a lo: no developments is of pruici -ACU-C go oui tht the govern- j ive.! catholic clergy and tiiec sLiii fecera'l cabinet! single house assembly. including presidem niexaiwrs o! the Congress party; one representative of the depressed classes, one Sikh, one Parsee and one Indian Christian. _ The spokesman lor Ganom said that the !iss of 14 noi done lustice to the Congress. I do not knoK- whether Jlnnah be satis- fied, but there is one silver there is no compulsion for nominees to join the government." NO CHANGE IN CEISJXG OTTAWA. June 17. Prices Board today announced ceil- ing prices for domestic and wiport- ed cherries this season same as those m effect in 1S44 and 1945, effecme immediately._______ timung. Inspector Noel Courtois. j criminal inVestisation branch offi- cer of ths reported tran- sactions of pounds of butter, suspected to be illegal, had been traced. Extensive black markets in meat, clothing and even narcotics, have been disclosed. CtSJiC Ail H my is." he BACK TO N ronsal today scavitv resuming. MEDICIN3 HAT, June Trial of L-CpI. Johannes ery. gisoline and other materials Some farmejrs vrere talking strike.! ihe secretary said, although the; h crec contributed by his! Aunt Charged With Murder DUST III ilSCiClUS 'Headquarters 1 men-: cam? July 22. 1513, ao- d- board of directors has not' 4 t activity resuming. shortlr sanctioned any smke action. Farm I Arrested Pair To Gennany shies SUECSV after a 14-hour saikel coun. -sras not averted by I The f The adjournment 'was ordered a-- TTES not averted by settlement; of the! ter the official court dispute in Washing- j po. Kenry Davis rfeau ton. DAILT PAPERS LEAD TOHONTO. June JCF Dally newspapers form the favorite adrer- tisins medium, in. Canana. it chowh in comparative percentages of advertising expenditures IOT Caa- ada and the United States in 1344. issued today by the Canadian Newspapers Assodadon. a numbsr of legal the charge and therefore pronerly interpret K. lordship told the __ would to provide an inter- preter -arho is sole to interpret every word spoken in diis coon." the 3 ll. smiiinci firs- which trill be held at Wilkie on Thursdav. F. T. Appleby. TJ51. president, -gnll be the speake'r. TAUK5 COXTIXUE Col. Jack W. Durant ana his WAG captain Tiife. held m the Kronberg Castle jewel case, left by plane to- dav in United States army custody for Frankfurt, Gennanv. TheScoupie v.c. as they con- beslL i tinuec on the cecails the young Sodality a spiritual bouquet and a gift. Father Malo then spoke to the congregation, expressing his deep joy m the fulfilment; of his ambition and his lasting gratitude to his par- doors', Bntish ard Canadian today talked OTTAWA OTTAWA, June a Ions-term wheat con- tract between Canada and Britain. IE. tte absence of official com- ment, there was that the fi area since their arrest; in Chicago two weeks ago. Lib. prices fixed suecmsaon mas ct'misht take the! i i r> 1 five-Tear conrract j Conclude Jr arley for lie first, year OTTAWA, June Os- J or. j-n-o then revised at, a later -g VST tawa Citizen today published its conference in the light of the world to first 16-page ediaon since 45 com- wheat situation at that time j pltai su- mPmherS Ol rt'-fimol OH tnE talKS I _'. Alta. June Canadian doctors, the hos- I posing employees, members 01 the International Typographical i j Union (AJPX-.) staged a "work stop- I pagef May 30. i Today's enlarged edition had onl.v three nages of photo-engraved type- writzeh copy while tne other 13! pages were" of regular type. XFLD. FOREST FIBE5 ST. JOHN'S. Kfld, June fires were bunupg in ai ISEK 20 places across tne eass- ern >-aif of NewfoandlaBd todsy_af- ter weeks of warm weather had rendered the island's forests tmder- ory. heat situation at Ifcat time j pnal surgeon and countrv physician, No official statement on the talks ticoarted from this Rockr Mountain is exnected until possibly Tuesday or Wednesday. COLBERT A RiCKARD FORAN H 2nd HIT MOWN HATTON DUMIHIILE TODAY CIVIC EECEPTION" CALGART, June Patricia's Canadian iJgh; Infantry will be accorded a civic reception when the unit arrives in Calgary at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. TWO MEMBERS POLKA DOT GAKG CONVICTED TORONTO. June Constantme and Kenneth Green, said to be members of tne Polka Dot gang which is blamed for a series of robberies in Ontario last summer, todav were convicted by Judge James Parker on charges arising from three robberies and were sentenced to 14 years each in penitentiary. Dr. Struthers Named At Banff resort today, their plans mapped afternoon another FRANCO MAT SEEK VOTE MADRID, June alissimo Franco's reported plans for an official visit to the Cata- lonia and Viscava districts add strength to the belief that his re- cent tours may pro'.e to be a pre- lude to a call for a national ref- erendum asking Spaniards for ap- nroval of his government. MOVE DETENTION BARRACKS Eants._ England, y LilCii UiilUi jl I 71 i vear in the fight against June Cana- j dian military nrison and detention BANFF. Alta., June 17. C5 35eaths due to influenzal menin- gitis, a disease common to infants, have been reduced by about 50 per cen; through use of sulfa drugs and new rabbit serum, Dr. H._ S Little of London. Ont., reported to the Canadian society for the study diseases of children. The socieiv's session on Saturday was the last oa the agenda of the 77th annual meeting of the Cana- dian Medical Association here. Dr. R. K. Struthers of Montreal was elected Dresident. succeeding Er. Lmie. i3r." C. 2. Snelling of Toronto was re-elected vice-presi- dent and Dr. E Chant Robertson of Toronto, secretary-treasurer. Coun- cillors are Dr. P. E. Williams, ana pain. i The 77th annual meeting 02 the J barracks at Headley Down Hamp- T3TPC: OVeiT Canadian Medical Association of- ficiailv tt-ound up Saturday follow- jng week-long discussion of new trends in the medical world. shire, todav was officially taken over bv British" military authorities. Ca- nadian, detention "barracks now are are Bramshott. VICTORIA, June Chief Gilbert Stancombe of Esqui- malt. B.C., announced late Sunday night thas Mrs. Ethel James had been charged with the murder of her juece, a five-year-old Indian girl, Rosan James. Mrs. James was arrested last nigh; and formally charged follow- ing a two-day estigauon of she child's death." Police said Rcsan. 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 Henrv James, for more- than two vearsl Eer Barents live at Coal Harbor, Sidney, B.C. Police believe ths child died last Thursday but they were not in- formed of faer death until Friday. Chesterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and demothed on or off the premises. Ready for use in six hours. COLOR-BRITE CLEANERS Phone 2569 Night or Day ROW FAMOUS PIATIR5 THIAJK TODAY and TUES. Hit 'DEADLINE AT DAWN" No. 2: With 1TJKAS FEED 3IAXDFACTCRERS MEET June Ottawa ana Dr. treat Allan Ross, Mon- CHANGED HIS MIND "WINDSOR, Ont, June FredencE A. Lyons, 24, a prisoner oi war for more than two years J and 10 months, told police Saturday after being rescued from the Detroit nvfr that he became disgusted wUh life and jumped into the river. Af- TODAY TILL WED. UNIYfUStL fKSlfiTS A GEORGE WAGGNEP MARIA MONTEZ-ROBERT PAIfiE- PRESTON-FOSTER-LOUISE ALLBRITTON Feature Times; 4.15, 8.20, 10.15 I ADDED to get more food to i ter swimming out some distance ne be the kernote of the i changed his mind and headed back t Feed Manufacturers' for shore. He found he coulont j make it and had to be helped ou- i OT a boy. Canadian ifirsi national convenaon. which i starts here today. TECHNICOLOR FEATURETTE 'COLLEGE QUEEN' I COLOR NEWS SMf Jt' fates ...You aef oiher important food benefits, too BECAUSE Lran is a natural regulator, it can play an important part in your diet guard against the dull heaviness that results from a sluggish Post's Bran Flakes, eaten rerularly at LreaMast, provide Bran in its most appetizing form. For Port's Bran Flakes specialize in flavor ___a distinctive- malty-weet. nut-like flavor that keeps the family coming back for more, is just as it should Posts Bran Flakes also contain other parts of so they bring you added wheat nourishment, too. For a change- you can make light, tender -with Post's Bran Flakes. Simple instructions printed on bo'.h the Regular and Giant Economy Packages. NEWSPAPER Tall chimneys pointing to the of and yards and railway machines producing streams of goods, jrom nails to automobiles. This is Canada's manufacturing and operations facilitated at ever? stage by Banking in Action, 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.1' 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- 717A THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, W. T. Cook, NEWSPAPER! ;