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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 Four Miners Die In Severe "Bump" Farm Workers From Prairies GLACE BAY, NJS-, June miners were killed at No- 1 AlTlVC 2 Colliery here Saturday when a severe pressure shift buried them; OTTAWA. June 17. The nornic affairs, working in con June- j aon Marketing, Services Lim-1 ited. a provincial crown corporation, i o- Ar under tens of coal in the working i arrival in Toronto today of 19 ex- of the perienced farm workers from the t bet" of wi of the men, Norman Mac- j prairie provinces marked tae first brought to the surface "ddem oc- step in a Dominion-provincial plan to nruig aid to card-pressed Ontario farmers in haying acd early harvest- Highlights In The News HELL DRIVING VETERAN! Nazi agents now in hiding In] A rescue plane used the rough.! Spain may try to parachute into" narrow main street of Bontoc as i Germanv to link with German re- a lancing field to snatch Dr. Ssmuel; sistance" movements, a high Breach 'M. Wishik of the United State j security officer said Saturday. i public health sernce from the wild. w I f__.___m. T The United rhird I Igoroi country of cortherc. Luzon. States has drafted' where he lay desperaely ill of. to Moscow, inviting hemorrhagic itoaiaeh. ulcers. the Russians to begin cegot. were removed after rescue crews; ing operations. Labor and draegemiea had worked aU i Mitchell said today. a requested in i oiid-July. Newfoundland radio stations. broadcast apoeais to settlements i near the fishir.g village of Glover- 1 tmm of of the The first shipment of those has f as one of the severest sdreadv been received and allocated' in Cane Breton collie en an "equitable basis. Their release; Daniel O'Neil. 33. Eaarri-d. is being held up bv the Wartime t Bridgeport: Wallace Griffith Prices and Trade Board, ishose George Briggs. 33.-----, proval of a price scale has sot yet i ried. and Norman MacKenzie, 63, been granted. j single. "It is only too evident that allocation of plumbing supplies by Canadian manufacturers, discrimin- ation is being shown towards the western market as there -is not a At Soviet j To jo Listens To First U.S. Witness comparable shortage of baths and! similar equipment, in Can- ada." Mr. Hooke said. rumors have been circulating in Al- berta to the effect that there are stocks of such supplies the pro-." customers and in increased prices.' ROMS. June TOKYO. June 'war plotters used the schools i instill in Jasanese the icea their country had a "divine mis- sion" to rule eastern Asia, a United States marine officer testified to- was no indication that it could be saved. Ear! Guar. recently discharsad. from arinv. and Ruth Foster of i Rabbi Abraham L. Peu-.oers o. Piuice George! were killed in a high- j Holy Blossom Temple. Toronto, way accident near Prince that "the continues ana m- PARLIAMENTAR A. NEWS OTTAWA, Jane Finance said tUe official opposition felt Minister Bsiev told tfee commons was time ttie budget presentee. todav tfeat fe4 government plaia, to The iiouse had been int- foreign exchange eon- portant questions, but they not because tne world of toe la- as important as budget. ture mav cum out to be one of eco- I :nanander. Lt.-Gen. Vladislav- An- j bows stared fixedly at the wit- j from Calganans ta 1945. was bitter toward what it and tn shnw an p'ianatjbn of "who sets the'diiierea- i AXSCOMB HEADS _ _ _._...__ ._ _ v. ,_ rnp, termed Soviet occuoauon 01 for nme sjnce he went i Practicallv ail parts of Alberta and the granddaughter of of 17 fatalitiss was mn.ViHna- Poland" and expressed disappoint- Iaa} before the international i report the aresence of cutworms: a jnul-i-millioaaire New York, eastern Canada by racnt at present AUied treatment; of tribunal. and wireworms which may result in s hanker, fell to her death last i Press up to a They TOHONTO. Jur.e A total States exchange had present tlie corps, vrhich. it said. Col. Nugent testified that Japan- in accordance with the spirit of, ese pupils aers put through field and wireworms which may result in s banker, fell to damage, the Alberta Pacific! Thursday from a recorded :n The Canadian e hour Sunday foreign exchange." unfavorable rate of Canada-' cost; of B.C. CONSERVATIVES canacia nundreos of atuUocs June Herbert; Anscomb, British Columbia alliance and friendship.' King Opens Empire Scientific Conference LONDON, June Production of the atomic bomb must never be used as an. argument against scientific research, the King declared at the opening ses- sion of the Empire scientific con- ference of the Royal Society as Lon- don TJniversiiy. The production of the atomic bomb through scientific prediction and scientific collaboration has brought home to the world with terrifying directness the fact that the increase in man's knowledge of the material universe may be fraught with infinite possibilities 01 good and the King said. Dr. C. J. Mackenzie, leader of the Canadian delegation, thanked the King and Queen for attending the opening session of the talks. He paid tribute to "'their staunch cour- Australian Labor Rejects Communists Australia, June Sew South Wales state conference of the Aus- tralian Labor party has rejectee Communist overtures for a working agreement in the forthcoming gen- eral elections and called for a cam- against the Communist party, describing it as "danger to Aus- tralian democracy.' age and deep sympathy' tear. during the 3 Espionage Trials Ordered Adjourned OTTAWA. June ment in three esnionage trials was ordered today by Judge A. G. Mc- Dougall in Carleton County coutr. The cases of Gordon Lunan, for- mer Canadian information service official, and Israel Ealperia, Queen's University mathematics nrofessor and wartime ballistics exuert, were adjourned until July 8. The case of Dumford Smith, former National Research Council engineer, was set over until Sept. 9. j manoeuvres, street lighting prob- lems, bayonet drills and machine- gun instruction. "Such teachings." Col. Nugent said, -inculcated in them both ultra- nationalism and militarism, taught them fanatical devotion country and blind obedience authority." Grain Co. said in its last crop re- dow of a Lor-con hospital. thini-s'ory win- Passive resistance The raaritune branch of the Hus- diacs as sian All-Union Geographical So- i Africa's by In- Edmonton Papers Seeking Printers EDMONTON. June Edmonton Bulletin and Edmonton Journal in a joint announcement the Hairy Ainus. A suggestion that beer and wines The cpnierence Saturday said. eSective Monday, camping out within a centre. included a joung and a three or four-year-old girl, whose bodies, their- heads cmshed with a rock found nearby, were near the highway so; ._ 25 miles east o: rpnto. time Four_____ Glace Prime Minister Chifley, returned j June" 17. would be re- toulin Island in Lake Huron com-: prev from a world tour, who said tne j ceived from printers and pressmen memorating the eight-day fiiaijig j wjfe :ed quietly with g six women Se'oV I ilotcrcar and highway fatalities i be in eating places in British accounted for eight other deaths Columbia, met approval of ceie- j_ _A. Gerrand. cnarsed with wi.-, Q Bobby' gates to the provincial Progressive) damage of a small airplar.e a- Keen was la Larder Lake Conservative convention in Van-; tne at Nelson, pleadea nea_ sirkland Lake, couver Saturday. guilty in court; and his trial two ether deaths reported. adjourned. Gerrand told the court, Sunday were at Montreal. The pudget A 32-ton granite caim was un-l m oirruirr Mich- Because veiled at MacGregor Bay on Mani- in tne war vears. At the j siuijster of finance and forrtxer pub- Britain had works nunister, Saturday was the poor rate governing the pounc. chosen provincial leaders of the Pro- "The opposite should have been Conservative parr? in suc- the said Mr. Keid. the late Hon. 3. L. Slait- Victor Quelch said the Social Credit group welcomed j oalr opoosent to Mr. Azsscosnb the government's action. The group' ,_as Q_ Bennett, coalition nirf rtor. all fea- If Mr. 319 votes, cotn- Bennen. They had been, ,1am some in purpose in peacetime. lgs The bill itself then was introduced; and given rirst reading. R-OTAR-X JIT FT JASPER. Alta_ June 31st anaual of its tnree-day sessions cere sursoay London conference of Common- 1 lo replace those struck from. wealth prime ministers discussed two pjants two ago. the Pacific defence and he couldn t s announcement, signed bv the to g v e see how Britain would oe able to j publishers, aapeared on the front carrv the burden of Commonwealtn i defence single-handed. 10 Appeals Will Go Before Privy Council LONDON. June Cable> judicial committee of the privv council, with 10 Canadian ap- peals listed for the summer session, re-opens sittings tomorrow. During the sittings there will be a decision on whether chapter 28 of the Statutes 01 Quebec. 1939, is. ultra vires of the legislature of the j page of the 12-page photo-engraved edition. The two Edmonton papers have been using as a raeiins of puoiication since their 52 printers struck at the call "of the International Typographical Union and were followed a few days later by 11 pressmen who re- fused to handle what, they termed "struck work." The announcement said the high- est scale of wages approved by the legions! war labor board would be oaid and working conditions in effect before the work stoppage oc- curred would be maintained in the province and on the invalidity of i plants. TOT DIES IX REFRIGERATOR ROCHESTER. Pa.. June Four-year-old James climbed into on the back Sunday. Somehovv. Four hours later, the door was its pilot from awav from Trail. _jit of Franklin D. Roosevelt, prior. to the Quebec conference in 1943. Twenty bus routes covering more than 3300 miles of provincial The Daily Mail said editorially ways are being operated by the today that Food Minister John c Q j- government-owned Saskat- Stracher would need "all his powers j Transrsortation Company, of to convince the British' OH no.d the house had I 1 an unexplamed head wound. i been m sassion three months and, tng the meet.____________ _._' people that the food problem was being handled efficiently." W. T. Bunn. ccmpany manager an- nounced. Delivery of six new buses have permitted the company to tass over six mo-e routes from Grey- Members of the United Nations lines. atomic energy commission gener- Mangrum Wins U.S. Golf Title allv agreed Saturdav that approval of "an atpmic control plan would be a long process and that Russia's at- titude would be the key factor. "Winston Churchill soon will visit Marienbad (Marianske a spa in western. Czechoslovakia near i the Bavarian frontier, the Prague i newspaper Svobodne Novmy report- ed Saturday. Ths crew of the lake freighter Altadoc were taken off the ship peaceablv by striking pickets of the Canadian Seamen's Union as- the Patterson Steamship company vessel docked at Midland. Cut., lats Saturday night, and marched to the men on either side. __ J. E. whose ser- A Siamese newspaper, openly chal- vice with the Canadian Pacific Rail- CLEVELAKD, June Lloyd Mangrum of Los Angeles won j him 'hat' way covers a span of 43 years, re- the United States open golf cham- opened. The boy was found dead. ou have vou feel tired out and run down in Health, start in at once with Dr. Chase's NERVE FOOD and you will j soon know why this Vitamin Bi tonic ia to popular. Ask for the new econ- omy size bottle of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food CO 60ct3. ISO r Mr. C. has dreamed up this creation for the fall trade. He's counting on its being a sensational success. And it will be... but later. In the meantime he's short of cash. He's used up most of his working capi- tal to buy materials. He needs money to keep his factory going, to pay bis workmen, to meet other bills. So he borrows from the Royal Bank and doesn't lose a day. And when his customers pay him, Cholmondeley pays off the bank. It's as simple as typical everyday Mr. CMmondety, TALI TO SHOW HOW CtlDIT WORKS transaction between this bank and one of its business customers. WOULD A BANK LOAN HELP YOUR ftUSINISS? ire ilwivs for tuniiics to lend raoorr for prodocaTe purposes :o emerpriscj; lirjre aad If bink crecif fcrtber the pro- fitable operation ol TOUT business, biTe i uuk jour Mamser. He'd like to discuss it. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA WGXftft Lethbridge Branch C. MacMILLAN, Manager ;