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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY. JUNE 18, 1946 IDENTIFIED DEAD IN WINDSOR TORNADO WINDSOR daughter. Frances, eisbt. list of identified dead in the tornado, B. chuk cf Tecumseh Or.t. included: __ i u'vsses 2S. and his son, Waldo Seaman. Cter. rooiace. three, West. Mrs. Joseph Fields, Lut-e River.; Aussies Gamble i In Leisure Time SYOXKY. Australia. June i 40-ho-Jr working i much ss. Mane Fox. two. under >n in Australia, has interest on the way sn- Tihirh spend their Iris- ure time. Surveys bv soc-al workers show thai gamrurig is one of the na'or Icnz seceir.ed forms of gambling lave popularity is repeat Vkifc sak StockinS8 Diracney YISKS !ForWarBrides? Ottawa Briefly OTTAWA. June IS Food Minuter John Straciiey ar- i rived today by special plane from. for a one-day 'ccurtei-v f caU' en route to food, talks at Wash- iugton. i Accompanied by other British! food experts, he v.ii confer wi-h i Z arid e been added _ __.----- nii-ch have Agriculture Minuter G-irda-er ana, a slice the com- of5cia_> in tne hope of way; Nfld. Village Is Wiped Out By Wild Forest Fire ST. JOHN'S, Nfld.. June Cable) One village- was Wised out and another threat- ened destruction tc-dsy as forest fires racec uncor.trslled through the woosed Bay area of Newfoundland. The village of Angle a: the mouth of the Terra Nova river wss a charri'd mass of ruirs as flames ate through -he The Church of England school and chapel, a store owned by Grey and 3urry. two sawmills and a newly- constracted tourist locee were all burned to the ground by the ram- JtTl-esrby Gtoverrown. and ex- tending sions the shore ot Alex- ander Bay. 45 is ere re- ported to have been destroyed, in- cluding 35 private homes ar.d the United church and parsonage a: RAJN" IN "MAMTIMES HALIFAX, June feu ever sections of the time provmces today, hirers -o ex- tinguish a number of forest fires that have plagued ur-der-dry wood- lands for the past feu- days. Charge I Against Griff ing s turnover equivalen- of S36.C-OO.COO" i A charge cf land baseaai: wis by Magistrate L F. F-.tch c: Cal- gary. Fncav arur-cer tr.e court said tco "o have struck a spectator, when Griffith VVJLS a base- st i ms-no S'ccxium June i had callra hun a r_-rr.s snuru'v the say, shew that tum- oiers for horse racing have jumped tremendeuslv recently. In South from to S10S.OK? C-00 Xe'aer forras of lot- teries. racms, and houste or Dingo, become a.- iccst as popular. OSlcis! govern- ment lotteries no's- are held in ern and Soatn Wales uith private lotteries in Queens-snG anc Tasmania. Last nas in-.es- d in four lotteries more than mere than in 2S49. Aas- iuoa is 7.000.000. LONDON. June IS. rushed to check the story. IT true each of the 22 C-03 brides of Canadian still awaiting passage to Can- ada will expect to be irtd how and when she sets her stock- if untrue, explanations will have to be made 10 meet the demand which undoubtedly DEWITT MacKENZlE SAYS Watch Progress India Home Rule Await Results Of Shippers Parley BRITISH SOAP RATIONS CUT, MORE SUGAR LONDON, June India's progress towards absolute 23-day" old independence iioia Bntam has t an end. tikeu a iura callel. aiid one wo: There we have the TORONTO. June All I soap rations mere cut per cent i along the Si. Laurence anc today by the food ministry, jcictt Great Lakes todav seamen blamed a shortage of fats acd oils, results of a shipowners'! CJtonney sweeps ano children here which might bring the i under five years ol age are exempt, j'd lake shjapicg stnse to i All other domestic users will be ai- 1 lowed six coupous for aa eight-week go ___ _ _ reachng "an important and far- i reaches Canada which would "go far" la rjieefiEg British wheat reouirements. Others 12 the party are Maurice j I. Button, neao of Britain's Wash- j food Herbert Broad- lev, ceputtv in tne of food, "ar.d G. S. Mr. StrachevV secretary. The Bniish fooc suruster expects to return 'o Ottawa next for further consultations -arith Caradian autrsortties arid, if agreement has been reached on a wheat contract, to take aart in the formal Four Sruish wheat exaer-s hsve been in Ottawa since last Saturdav on of a proposed; OTTAWA. June S? wheat contract with agn- Potiliot (U-Temiscouat; culTure and trade deoanmen: cffi- The Canadian Seamen's I or four ounces of hard soap. tXQ -p M ?fSS telephone calls to the port have not providea the answer. Breaks Vow Of Silence In House proposals, put forward last Thurs-! of soap flakes. Good news for British housewives j came in a simultaneous annouace- Specalatioa was rife as to whether the government would take over the terun regime arbitrarily. See s vessels if tne operators itart the government going un.a j to accept the setUemfcni for- i sucrt Indians as are willing to serve, j jjjuja; inauguration of the eight- I In short, if the Sedglings won't, jjoy, fey t-cllr hours on and eight i take to the air on their initiative, hours off) on lake vessels; re- i together in a provisional govern- ment, then she iiill up an Jn- members emplojed determination ment that an extra pound of sugar would be allowed ivf summer pre; serving and an additional pound making jam. The present sugar ration for ordinary use is half pound a person weekly. bargaining agencj OTTAWA. DtH nil nnfntr CONTINTE EXCHANGE CONTROL, FOR A TIME As a vote of crew members on all g-iard against possible exchange June t pos -which worthy of provisional tnaL Chrysler Plant At Windsor Is Now Strike-Bound O-t Employees of the Corporc- uor. cf Caries. I.-: today or. -nc. 5-t hnes arouna head The strikers are rr.err-iters o: the United Auto- mob-Ir Workers 'C A strike scs also to a" workers .there went to work r.s usual ar.c FastoaU piled from results of most played to date, although there are same game secres trjat have not been received by !eague officials. Sich -earn captain is urged to check the standings closeiy and to draw any errors to the attention of leasue officials. All league games must be corn- League Schedule Follow m; is the second half of contra-, ersis losy. 1 Health Minister Claxton said all the speeches had been extempore- exceat one given before a home team: jby Gen. oacity an Rov Brovm. .._.. j the rcen wouZd not quit wori aatu thev received official nctice TuSdav. June 25. Play- vs 3ovr 6-: offs u-Oi'ae between the first three Isiana vs. Burcett, reams m each leasue. the second and third place teanu off on June 26. The winners in semi- finals -Krill meet the top teams of pacitv and as it cad not concern 10 bis w-crk with the department the notes coulc r.ot be raacie avaUab'.e. Foremost vs. Grassy Lake. 6.30. Mr. Ciaxton said, however the Etzikom vs. Grassv Lake, 'speech hac been repor.-c fuhv in vs. ithe press. Foremast vs. Stzikom. 6.30. Mr. Pouliot rose and inter i Grassv Lake vs. 3ow Island, 6-30., that cludint: the lowlv "untouchables." This precipitated a fresh dead- lock. The congress followers, who outnumber the Moslems three to j concede( the Mos- j And that's, j where the matter stands as this j is written. There nas been no indication any j of the Indian leaders have given 1 recognition to the fact that the all of Gen. Chisholm's CALIFORNIA TEA3IS ENTER JJOOTEXAY HOCJKEY LEAGUE VELSON, 3.C, June 17. tentative schedule has beer, ap- difficult to cot; src-rec oy tne t there. League which _wtU permit Spokane j want a 32 a day increase _ T vjrasav ii-aiiuT o j hst each league_in a final to oe heid a. vs. Winnifred. speeches had been mace ts a St. Pats First Umted mav held here in the near fu- ture with California representatives attending. 40-hour week and two Staff College Is Opened At R.M.C. Henderson Fastball Stadium Friday, June 23. STANDINGS Senior Bovs p 3 5 4 Macleod United 3 1 First Baptis-..... 50 Intermediate Boys T> "W St. Peter and Si. Paul 5 Southmlnster 5 Firs; United 4 LJ3.3................. 4 St. Pat "A" 4 First Baptist 2 St. Pai "B" ...........2 St. Pat W 3 3 3 L 0 2 2 5 I. 0 3 2 KINGSTON. Ont.. June Tlie first post-war Staff Collese in Macleod United 2 y College here by Bng.'j. D- B Boys p 3_E. C contmascant. c w Hte first ever es- i St Peter and Si Paul 4 3 tablished bv the Canaoian ermy in Firs; United 2 Beacetime, would take its place "side First Baptist hv side with the famous colleges and Southmsnswr 3 schools such as Caraberley, Lea-, en-, 3 Querta. Canberra and Hfiita Etzikom vs. Wmnifrec. I Grassy Lake vs. Burcett. 2.30. -.'s. Winrufrec. 6-30. _ Grassv Lake vs. Sizikom. vs. Stzikom. 2 "30. 0' Winnifrec vs. Etzikom. S.30. 5, Bow Island vs. Foremost. 6'3O. 6 G-assv Lake vs. Foremost, 2.30. 2 0, vs Bow Island, Foremost vs. Bow Isiana. P i Grassv Lake vs. Wirimfred vs. Bow Island, Winmfred vs. Grassy Lake. Etzikom vs Foremost, vs. Grassy Burdet- vs. Foremost. 6.30. Bow Island vs. Etzikom, Foremost. t had taken a parliamentary silence six Sheep-Killing Dog Shot In Yorkshire BENNETT'S HOME ENTERED MICKLEHAM, Surrey, Eng- land, June (C.P.) The borne of Viscount here was broken into several weeks ago and a few curios stolen, it was disclosed today. Amonr ar- ticles taken was a. gold key re- ceived by the one-time Cana- dian prime minister when made a freeman of Vancouver. ROXY I A FAMOUS! PIAYEIS THEATItf LAST TIME TONIGHT vow of weeks i Ke'tlEwell. Yorkshire, I June career I of a savage dog which has killed at least 113 sheep since May 31 was ended late last night when it was shot near Carperby railway- bridge t jm-TJU in northwest Yorkshire. i The dos. a large Alsatian weigh- i _- federal government. Anyway, faced by this new stale- mate. Lord Wavell and the British government mission issued a state- meni; which served notice that there's goins to be a provisional government irre-pective of holdouts, j I've met Wavell." bv the way, and j while he is a gentle and friendly j sort, he can be most persistent." i effect this edict will have re- to be seen, but hope still ASCOT STAKES ASCOT, Berks.. England. June 18 John Jams' four-year-old Reynard Volant won the Ascot Stakes handicap race on the opening day of the Royal Ascot meeting since 1939. Oae Night of SUSAN HAY Mil WILUAMS St. Pat "B" 2 in civins to selected officers the op- salvation Army nortunitV to increase their know- gt. Pas "A" lease of" the military Brig. Smith said. i tfllCf MilSliU fniitliii AXD 2 1 1 2 0 2 0 Intermediate Girls W St. Pat "C" 3 3 St. Pat "B St. Peter and St. Paul St. Pat "A" st Baptist Southmlnster 2 0 Firs- United 3 0 Jnnior Girls No scores received to date. 1, 1 0 1 2 1 2 2 L 0 1 1 2 1 0 2 3 Bow Island vs. VTinmfred j Printers Strike f: Declared Broken 2 0! <3v The Canadian Press.) 0' The strike of printers at the Ot- tawa Citizen -Is definitely broken" arid the newsnaper hfls CUE off "ir- slv" all" further relation with i the latemanonal Typographical 4 1 TJmon and its affiliates, T. D'Arcy 2 i Finn. Citizen, executive said 2 J as the strike entered its eighteenth 2 aav. 0 The Citizen previously had Invited 0 its "former employees" to return to work and similar action was taken Officers Get from Mas- hum to Great Whemside. Fanners estimate it had killed sheep to a total value o: Four Witnesses Are Still Held OTTAWA. June recog- nition of services to the United States during the war. Air Vice- Marshal C. S. Slemon, 42, C.B, CJB.S., of Ottawa, and Group Cant. V. H. Patriarche. 39, O-B.3.. of Winnineg. were invested with the MONTREAL. Lesion of Xferi- by Eon. Ray Justice Wilfred Lazure today post- Atherton, U.S. ambassacor to Can- poned unn! Thursday his decision j ada, is. a short ceremony at the u.S. in the case of four alleged co-con- embassy yesterday, spirators of Fred Rose whom he de- clared were in. contempt cf court j when they refused to testify at the Labor-Progressive member of par- liament's conspiracy trial lass week, i The four were Gordon Lunan, Sric Adams. Matt Nightingale and; Harold S. Gsrson, all facing charges DON HODGES WINS TORONTO. June Bon Hotises of Segina, Davis Cup trial, iplavar, was pushed to the in 1 his" first sec with Murray Young of Toronto before winning the matcn 111-9, 5-1 in the June tour- narcent of the Toronto Cricket Club I Monday. Chesterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and demothed on or off the premises. Ready for use in six honrs- COLOR-BRITE CLEANERS Phone 2569 Night or Day whatsyonr score on YOU spend about a third of yonr life at Jt so you might as -tveR knoiv some- thing about Sleep. "What's yonr score on the following statements true or false? !hs earlier hours of sleep are the best- true: Science has found the first four or five hours are most heneficiaL sleeping on the left side strains the heart- false: It makes no difference whether the average person sleeps on his hack or either side. the Canadian Trades and Labor f Congress, entered the disnute with a statement that the strike was "clearly the faul; of the Southam Company" in refusing to give Trib- une printers the same conditions as other newspapers. CONFER WITH COMMITTEE EDMONTON. June Sdmontcn Trades and Labor coun- cil meeting last night decided to hpve reoresentatives of striking printers and pressmen of_the Ed- monton Bulletin and idmontop Journal confer with the council's public relations committee to ar range to put the strikers' case be- fore the public. it is better to lie absolutely stH! when false: The muscles of the hotly are benefited by periodic changes of position. you con drink postum at any hoar and sleep perfectly- true: Postum Is cafFem no of anr kind. Frost Damages Sask. Gardens WINNIPEG, June damage as a result of Monday rueht's cold wa'.e was reported to- from -nanj parts of the west., Grain men expressed no general concern about carnage to wneat, j but the carnage to market gardens in Eorae areas was reported to be severe. The heaviest frost was four _de- crees a; Broadview. Sask. Gardens In parts of northwestern Manitoba j were reoorted blackened this morn- 1 ing. wstn vinej in some cases cut to the ground. Damage was less severe in the Bed river valley region. WANTS UNION JACK IN NFW CANADIAN OTTAWA, June Gen C. B. Price. Oorainion presi- dent of the Canadian Legion, said in a statement released Monday that the Union Jack should be in- duced in any Canadian national Sag. He said "the Legion hac stress- ed its convictions m this respect, on previous occasions. FLAG A LAUGHING CURE-ALL! Try Postum! Make It right in the cup, Lolling water or hot milk. Costs less than a cent a serving! Sl'GHTtV PERFUMED IS NOT STfCJfT LEAVES NO STAINS A ProdoeS of Gsnerol 5ooci rzi BLACK DANC To The Music Of The Royal Albertans EVERY Wednesday and Saturday Nite AT THE LAKE PAVILION Boats and Canoes. Lunch Counter Service. ADMISSION Ladies 35c Gents 65c Then you havtn'f tried his resistance to Borden's Canabec Cheese! Because, just as sure as he's a man and a man likes cheese, he'll wilt when you tempt him with its tangy, zestful Savour Borden's Canabec Cheese is a cheese lover's cheese. Satisfying is the word! Serve Canabec for lunches and late snacks. Keep it hondy in the refrigerator. But, watch that man! He'll help himself to Canabec! (EiThe Co. Ltd. contracts; and issioner to act negotiations lor a new contract after the present one KEADV 1O WORK Meanwhile, J. A. (Pat) Sullivan, union, said strike Toronto and re- headquarters in van- ports were filled members, carrying per- reaay :o go fo_ the i omv'of orders-U-cWcil. The bill decision of an on j -lrst reaainS- gov eminent-sponsored proposals. fluctuations which might result the pressure of uncontrolled withdrawals from Canada. Canadian government plans to continue through the transition per- iod some of the foreign exchange controls placed on capita! move- ments dunr.s: the years. Finance Minister lisley the commons Mondav. Ke spoke of introducing a resolution to a bU! which will make statutory the foreign exchange controls now enforced under auth- TODAY TILL WED. UHtVOSAL rXBCNTt A GEORGE WAGGHEP MARIA MOHTEZ-ROBERT PAIfiE-SABO PRESTON-FOSTER-LOUISE AILBRITTON Feature Times: 2.15, 4.15, 10.15 prejudicial to tneir own cases DDED SHORTS I TECHNICOLOR FEATURETTE 'COLLEGE QUEEN' COLOR NEWS STARTS WEDNESDAY ROXY ROLAND YOUNG B1LLIE BURKE ALLEN JENKINS PASTEURIZED FOR YOUR PROTECTION! ELKS PARK BEST RIDERS.... DANE WEDNESDAY A fm 1 m 1 A I JULY Entries will be accepted till Stampede time. Adults..........................75C Children......................25C NEWSPAPER! WSPAPfcRI ;