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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 18. 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THKBS RAINS HELP MAINTAIN CROP OUTLOOK IN PRAIRIE PROVINCES _____________ OTTAWA. June place during the -Reek, a few excep- j showers and good rains in some cis- i lions being reported tncts have helped to maintain the j weather mould promote more favor- generally satisfactory crop condi- plant development. In the lions established in. the prairie pro- i souths est spring grains average vmces last week, me Dominioa. eight to 10 inches in height. Rve Bureau of Statistics reported todaj. "How ev er, considerable a r e a i, particularly in Mamtcoa and per- haps to a lesser extent in Saskatcn- ewan. require immediate rainfall to prevent said the re- hao headed out in the Cardsion area vita winter wheat started out o is Sonera! Total Net Debt Of Medicine Hat City Only of the sawflv is genera! There has been no material cnange j MEDICINE HAT. April 1 has been eight per i particularly bright picture of the j c-nt bdow normal, compared with t citv's financial position was four per cent beloti norn-al a ed ago Mean temperature for the tv- o ended J; e 17 has Ixea equivalent to normal. man wii around nis neck" Tre rope was soaked in blood and deeplv imbed- ded in the reef Ke -cen's- fiec a phonograph of Plaszek as the man he had seen. Five of 2S w-rnesses to be called Claims Rommel Tore Up Orders By Der Fuehrer June 18 XTTE'RNBERG, Gen Kurt Westphal. former chief- of-staff to the late Field Marsnal davs. and hav crop prospects are j Erwm Rommel, told an corn- average or better. "The range live- stock outlook is optimistic Rapid growth of all crops took No Statement On Wheat Discussions OTTAWA, June ture Minister Garmner saia toaay in the commons that negotiations j for long-term uneat contracts witn todav that Rommel stood outside the ruins of Sidi Barram in T. COU' habili'ies have paid as well as the sinking fund payments being brought up to date." saia Mr. Legge "As of todav we have a j dpjv of 5510.114 This is firs' time since 1914 when the citv first defaulted payments to tr-e s'nkirg fund that, we have been up to date in paj-ments to the sinking fund" i Mr Legae point'n! out that in 1926 gross bonded was over jour m-lhon dollars while at this date the bonded debt, less thei sirking zund. Is shghtly more tMn a half million. The comptroS- ler stated that Med.cine Hat was Rene Jutras -L. chairman of a to studv the question, irovea the suggestion of o-ner preamole be ciscarced af'er mess- J aT memoer be srov.ded Ders of other parties joinec wich'VT' CCJ'. meaioers in protesting lanauage. The comnai provinces mber erdorsea -ne niemberi 1 for tne Xoniiwess TerriTones_a-i-.i their pooularSoa o. :2000 COM.C oe j core by increasing OTTAWA. Jane Labor Mitchell today announced in the commons the appointment of Gordon Bell of as controller of Brit- ish Columbia stnke-botuni box The government took control of the plants, idle May IS when the International Wood- workers of America (CJ.O called a strike in the British Columbia lossing industries, in a move to provide containers for British current fruit crop. Work frs to be resumed at noon tomorrow. Slow Down At Sea Brings Jail verv svmoa'netic eforis in aiv" 'eel- though i: feels Pte Aeolf Kratz were convicted ir. i part; of Canada, it Alber-s cour: last March and :o nans in Leth _ bridge jaU June 25 Witurger was of givirg a'skvrce ;o ve> grantees a rew trial wnen it was erans on an basij" j learrec one of the jur: men was ANSWERS I be-low the age requirea for ;ury, OTTAWA. June f apo-oved the sub- representation frera 255 -o 256 Ceylon :8 Ser.ren-es :rom ,Q 12 w-.-rs 'abo1- were rniposec -ooav on cf TO REOPEN FI.AXTS I Mr said an r council passed today provided tnat "the operators of estabUsb- etigaged m tise operation of sawmill or plant, aad m particular those Eonnally en- .s -he masufacttire of wooden eers for USP in fie harrestiat Eia-ke-ins of fruits and sbles. or of a logging camo normally e-5saged tne of logs for arv such nlant shall re-ooea the 'O' at r.oca June :9." Chief Justice G M Sloan of Columbia suortme. court ys icdastTial flatifxus com- in an effort to settle :n djsptite. Mr said the action Traa a 'O'nt d-cis'oa of the federal and governments and had oo'h urion and full 3V -erms of the order-ia- Mr Bell is aopoirited con- a-id CORRECT GLASS are j justified at this 'o recc-nmerc i .eth-' a departure from genera! pnn- i the North Afr-can desert in 1942 ore of the few cities in Canada, and angrilv tore to shreds Hitler's v.h'ch has never defaulted pavraents orders to Slav all British com- 1 Of interest, nremrom or. bonds even Gestapo TVestuhal I tcld the commission j Britain still are going Ee was replving ta John Bracken, Progressive Conservative leader, wno asked if a statement could be made now on the negotiations with British onic'als Mr. Gardiner saia he could make no statement ac this time other than to sav that negotiations were con- tinuing HEAVY KACfS AT PIXCHER PINCHER rains and showers were once more enjoj- ed throughout the Pincher Creek district on Sunday and Monday. Chains were in evidence on many cars from the country ana roads in some areas were reported as heavy. The rams came ia "from the somn- vrest ana started with cloudburst proportions. Heaviest rams were centered in the Pincher Creek local- ly end porch of the Old Man nver. Pincher Creek has had above aver- age precipitation during the past month and warm weather is needed for the next month. m excellent; conditioi mandos regardless of rules of war- fare. The f r. e-man commission is hear- ing in advance pnvate information preparing the vvav prosecution 01 such Nazi organzatipns as ualitv commissioners later general staff, the S S. ar.o the, wnea ir.a'-.e to borrow S1.125.0CO jh is earmarked for extension of I public utilities various civic im- mmuies after we got it." even' movement projects. Consent must though, be claimed had cap- lured documents showing British soldiers were instructed to feverish ferocitv in combat. v hen premium on bonds pavable j in UJS funds reached as high as 23 cent Mavor Lana announced that city _ officials woulc meet with the board i Suffers Defeat In House of Lords LONDON. June government today suffer- ed a defeat in the house of lords when the Conservative opposition 54 to 28 approved an amendment to the coal national- ization bill. Under the bill, as approved by the house of commons, the na- tional coa? board which Hill administer Britain's mines, would have power to discrimin- ate in the prices it would charge for coa! supplied to different customers. strucnon Minuter answering a question oy John Blackmcre tP. c. June 3n tain's farmers need leacershio anc policj Robert S. Hucsor. Conservative and former of aencul'ure. to'd the house of commons toaay in open- ing s debate on food production. He sa'd the present agriculture minister. Tom Hud- former have last for an 500000 acres of wheas Dies I bottom of the shaft. I Your Loc al Dealer BARRETTS' HOME APPLIANCES Authorized G.E. Sales and Service Clarke Blk.} Lethbridge, Phone 4554 Jjj nr JO Means Better Working Wherever it is installed, modern, streamlined ventilation is a sound investment that pays off in good health, good business and goodwill. In factories and offices, in stores, warehouses, public buildings and schools, it means safer, happier, more productive working conditions. In restaurants and theatres, it is a sign of a progressive management, mindful of the welfare of customers and staff. Fresh, clean air costs little. A depend- able system, of ventilation yields big dividends in comfort protection, increased efficiency and maintenance of morale. GENERAL ELECTRIC VENTILATION EQUIPMENT Among the modern ventilation equipment offered by Canadian General Electric are a variety of extension pedestal type and wail type exhaust fans 3 and 4 blade models, including units with special office type blades. Whatever your ventila- tion problems may be, get in touch with your nearest C.G.E. office for qualified technical advice. CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CQ LIMITED HEAD OFFKE TORONTO NEWSPAPER! ,'SP4PERf ;