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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO Dispersal Of Japs In Canada THE UETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. 1946 Whitehorse Residents Turn Out En Masse To See Cow Milked ANCHORAGE. Alaska June TORONTO, June local officials ol me federal labor t said Jast nsgiw tha: uie 2o-> 'oval Japanese Canadians rea into oifcer pronsces its t een- now is meat's policy of schemes are underuay a: have arrived Anchorage travelling :he Alaska knows "to have come over the They" "reported It iiie carnival day when shoAC'-- "a'cowTa chic- Thev -A ere Mr snd Mrs Clark Peterson ar.d tnree children, bound for E-c-ir arc Mr rnc Mrs M The Jsssnase the government office j said, and ere being aieeo in re-, uhich lime ministers for lias purpose. Farm, oiaeement is the best meth- od of handling ihe Japanese. offi- cials explained, because farmers hare space to snare -ahereas place- ment in industry collides with tn-s housing problem. Federal Seid men guard tracer for the livestock. Peterscn 1 500 peo- turner otr to see them milk cow d'_r-r-5 the two caj's stoo at TVhrehcrse, where a cow never before had been seen. _ T _ Observe INOV. lU _. i px Remembrance LJay anr and see tha: tr-e _ head of escii Japanese family is h or Of Wars mhiv i nn About JaP children on HDUIH Bred to Die por Federal Budget jNippon Empire tribute to Mr. King and all express-1 ed the hope he would be spared 'many '.ears to gne Canada beneS: of his experience. j j Pariiainentarv circles today gen- lersdJy conceded Prune Minister j Mackenzie King Trill surpass the Coal Mines Sore Spot, Australia 25.000 miners waited out in sympathy with striking steel work- ers. Though currently setting produc- tion records iMtiuii a week or two ol having oeen on the of a general stride, the miners their ejes on Canberra, the capital, fol- scale also depends on coal that will permit production bv industries re- covered only a short tune from effects or the December strike. Since the announcement of federal plan, mine leaders common- ly acknowledged to be communists, showing little enthusiasm for z short of nation- TOKT OTTAWA June Finance Minisier announced in j pac: lowing announcement of a federal, a orograin government plan to bring them a alization which they advocate, have ,M-- which the country largely depenos da-e: post-war production and pros- rity. Practically all Industry in Aus- trial relies on coal for its power and when coal supplies faJ. every- new deal. Government Aim The government proposals aim at brighter community life for the miners, measures to combat illness caused by dust in the mines and mechanization where i: is practical. A method of controlling production no Tr.e :neea last fall White efScial oudget comment necessarily a lacking, there has oeen a wealth of specu- lation, nrjcn cf stirred --p aaain bv XIor.ca.vs snnouncement. aoo_r prcposed changes or re- SOME Gt ESSES J One of the reports in unofficial carters has been that the govern- ment follow the lead of the British government removing all tases. effective at the f Zeacers in j of whom; tile prisoners" of unom, had "caused his for i more than IS months in 1337 and t onths and thing comes to a s-andstili as u i distribution is aiso 'to be de- j die last December when the coun- j used. To the government, stability In. the industry and increased output is vjtal. Until the miners' recent 193S. GRAIN PRICES Many Tributes To Premier King AVinnineg: Grain Prices NIPEG. June futures prices on the Winnipeg grain exchange fluctuated wiaelv, today, and moderate gains were scored !n the early trade. These v.ere later erased, houe'ver, by a liberal selling selling late In The ses- aoa brought losses of cenw.at Receipts reported were: Cattle cahes ISO. hogs 170. sheep and lambs 420. Unsold from jesterday. S50 head of cattle. expressed hope there will be an end to "talk" about the miners' and some "action." FREAK OF TWISTER ar-' Minister Kins, speajars close. October ne fell the full time measure, these taxes were re- at an aU-party conipln din- j five cent Umit at one stsse. end of the calendar >ear. A budget. There reiterated i previsus cleared bv an annual wase in rcomhiv ments, in sedition to Hgn water and other services :cr his LOXDON. June mster Attiee toda> tolc waer borne were a is srovzdee the house of commons Suncay. Noi. wouic oe "1 d-ced in -he last budget. There, last night reiterated i previsus, cleared the Jmut Dv at the close was speculation on tne pos-' that he would like to re- of the market. of in corpcratior. rnam in parUament a :ew more 1 The United Kir-gdora tooi j vears. but that he was nc going 10 bushels of Canadian wheat. _ appea-ed that there i pleption. f Ar close onces were: Juiy reduction in per- j Market Trends TORONTO STOCKS: Min- ing groans ahead and other acre steady to r on ihc stork ez- today. Buying; was cau- tious and for the day was dovrn to around 950.000 shares. MERLIN, Ont.. June to have been carried by Monday nishi's tornado a distance of approximately -45 miles, from Windsor to this Kent county village, a galvan- ized Iron bar vtas found here wrapped around spurt, annual coal production was! hydro Wires, estimated at about tons, some 4.000.000 tons shore of Aus- tralia's requirements peacetnne industry to operate at capacity. The question of Australian re-en- try into export, markets on a. large i weight of the bar cropped hye.ro wires onto lelephone lines below and disrupted both ser- vices. Telepnone linesmen, at- tempting to make repairs, had to gne up after suffering shocks. Mr. Kins heard tnir-res from 233 s5 prices were: Oct. Dec. "We are most, anxious that be receivefi OP HITS TONIGHT wiU be observed this jear "Hemembrance Day" for the eeac i 16 pe of Great Wars. The KinK MAY corducz an un-.eiling ceremony at cenotaph in Mr Attiee i: had oeen agreec the Suncav before Nov. li in each At Ottawa, a departrcent of- should be known as Remem- b-ance Simday. However, in case II or 12 "fell on Sundsv. then j a- ;he wartime levels tnat cate would be Remembrance jggQ ,or trage-eamers Sunday. were Sl.OOO and respectively, and now might single persons WAUL ST. STOCKS: A num- ber of raiK and industrials de- veloped a mild recoverv slant in today's stock market while many leaders continued to seek lower levels. FAT'S TAXI and DELIVERY SERVICE Brand NEW CARS, but the same OLD dependable SER- vice. this a: eminent might make tion by increasing the for lower-bracket earnings. -ecuc lew. 236 track by j Screenings S'2-90 a ton. Mr. Kins spoke of his futu-e pians. He woulc like to stay in parliament j Chicago Grain Prices 51.200 for manned persons. 1 jears toI8ser-- CHICAGO. June The pre-war exemations MONTREAL STOCKS: Prices were marked down a bit on average in trading: up to the final hour today on the stock exchange and curb market as ReneraUy easier tone was extended. Greae Wars. SiFECRACKERS GET REGES-A. June Safe- crackers scooped more than Sl.OOO in cash, sram ticket, cheques anc bones the Co-op store safe he-e ilonday but were unsuccess- j ful in breaking into tie safe of the Ogiivie grain elevator. ID WHS leam- I eel todav. Files were scattered about in the office of the Western gram elevator but there was believed to be no less there. Cfcesterfielde and K.ULO Car Upholstery cleaned and demothed on or off the premises. Ready for use in six hours. ___ COLOK-BRITE CLEANERS Phone 2569 Nisct or Day for redaction! the taxes on jewelry, amusements. drinks, Richardson and Ouen 84 28 posed observance of __ tril'pri in hfitll -am aiiu r.r memory o- Canadians in d other Iu3nlries -phjch j nor round time IO res, o. .he se.s.on. 1 too bad that Sir John A. Macdon- ;.'aid and Sir Witnc Launer had vrere made a source of revenue dur- ing the war. Postmaster-general Bertranc forecast a reduction in of time. mums. They remained there for the prices were ceiling had been able 145V, for'com. for barley and valuable writ- 3S cents for oats There nas iraa- Central Pat......, Cosh Willans Dome East Malartic Giant Yellow knife oenranc a reuucuou m ro T..II- taxation on Dosage at the last ses- ing anc he hoped that he would be ing in all oaK Julv. garricana sion of parliament and it was be- j to seme records tnat PPTHRS Ueved this reducing would interest to me oana- the domestic rate from four to three be announc- ed :n this budget. 240 325 205 760 DUKE PATS RENT: Surrey. England. June Duke of "Wellington Tuesday called on the King 10 pav his bsarier presented snsuallv on the snniTersary of the Bsttle of Waterloo, in ex- change for which me family holes the Hampshire estate of Strsthfield Fsre given the cf Wellington after Wat- erloo. ciaa people. three opposition party leac ers in the to Prosressr.e Conservative: M. J. ColaweU. C.C.F.. and Solon Low. Social speeches sprinted with humorous sallies, paid sertoiis CASH. PRICES 2 red 197 nominal. 2 >ellow 144 nominal. malting 134 UVESTOCK livestock CALGARY. June market steady on dry fed butchers Grass cattle steady at week's de- chne. Tuesda-'s receiD's- 855 cattle. 17 calves. 779 hogs. 93 sheep. This morning's receipts 50 cattle. Hogs sold Tuesday at, S19.2S for A's. Sows S14. Good to choice butcher steers S13.50 to S1450. Good to choice butcher heifers ill.50 to Good to choice fed calves to Good cows S9 to S9.50; can- ners and cutsers to Good bulls S9.50 to Good to choice veal calves S12 to SI3. Good stocker and feeder steers to Good spring lambs Si4 to Toronto Livestock TOHCoerO. June steady in early catUe sales on I ihe" livestock marfce; today with i steers good ns-cher steers to and gooa cows to Calv-es were sio-sr with choice veaiers at; Slo to I and plain downward to S9. Larabs were steady with choice S16.50. Sheep were steady at No "price was established for hogs I which closed previously at, grade A l grade Bl ......165 Holiinger Hudson Bay 46 Kerr Addison...... 14 Lnmaaue Little Long Lac 230 Macassa.......375 Hi Malartic GJ1......252 Vctntyre 68ai llylamaaue........ 76 Joliet Guebec...... 92 DANCE To The Music Of The Royal Albertans TONIGHT and Every Wednesday and Saturday Nite THE LAKEATPAVILJON SO LONG, MR.WfUSKERS! II Boats and Ladies 3Sc Lunch Counter Service. ADMISSION Gents 6Sc Lapaska........ 35 Ncranda....... 65? Pavmaster 72 Pickle Crow......375 Quemonc .....15s San Antonio......490 Sherritt Gordon _. 275 Mai 61 Rock.......330 Teck-Eughes.....410 Trans-Continental 123 ThomD. S5 Ventures.......13 TORONTO AVERAGES Toronto averages at close: Industrials 20352. down Golds 120.15. down 151. Base metals 9980. down .19. "Western Oils down .24. TAhMDUN STOCKS (Bv James Hicnardson and Sons) Open Close Afarani............. 20 Asbestos 32 245 325 27 198 750 24 165 14-: 14 705 235 141 350 375 250 73 85 38 72 330 17H 49O 294 62 335 415 125 65 3. ROXY FAHOU5 PIATERS THLSIRf TODAY AND THURS. JOAN MELVYN CRAWFORD DOUGLAS A laugh-.filled love that tells in a new way the things that Eve told Adam! Brazilian..... B-A. Oil....... Ind. Alcohol----- GXP. C.P.R. Can. "W. Iromber Cocksliutt Cons. Paper Cons. Smelters Bridge Dom Test. Ford "A' 22-i 23 EOUaiDYOlIHG-BilUE AL19T SECOND FEATURE 263i 17'i t Impenal Oil....... int Nickel Laura Secord Massey Hams McColI Montrea. Power Nat- Steel Car page Kersey [Powell River Price Bros St. Law. Corp. A Shawimgan...... Sick's Brew. LAUGHING CURE-ALL! 42'f 2S 24 19% 28 32 67 36 24 14 USED TO HAVE dandelions, But the pay-off came later -when he had to dig out Mr. offspring from the Now. thanks to C-I-L and chemistry, he has his fun -without work. His dad simply eliminates the new dandelions with a new hormone spray called "Herbate" 2, 4-D. lES, DANDELION'S, plantain and many other -weeds can be made to disappear, leaving the grass to take over unmolested. "Herbate" is one of the newest of new chemical products that make life more enjoyable s s for grown-ups as well as small boys. Taia a Great for a delightful la your trip More fan than cecfc sports... dsncisg... tna bafiung ail She caie- gaiciy shipfcoaid He. Delidoos meals restful beds cool, exijIziraSag breeies. Plan now for a refaesiaag Great Lakes vacation. DOW JONES AVERAGES Cow Jones averages at close. 30 InaustriaU 203.74 off 20 Railroads 67 ol up 15 Utilities 42.24 oil BOILER REPAIRING PRESSURE AND We have portable equipment for all work. Liberty Welding Boiler Works 1402-2nd .Vte. S. Phone 3921 B. U A. Johnston Last Times Tonight Feature Times 4.15, 6.155, 10JZO 'TANGIER" Maria Foster Capitol I flMOVS PLATERS TIEATIC "Tamovuwf When G. I. Bob meets daughter of the Mademoi- seite from Annentieres-Oli Gee! Imagine Bob and fanny Keenan loose in gay Pares with 100.000 francs znd nothing on their minds but wine, women, song- end watches' SERVIR6 CANADIANS THIOU6H CHtmiSTlY SAILINGS EVERY TUESDAY AND SATURDAY FROM FORT WILLIAM Ftdl information from your PmciSc agent FROM MGM! HAT :WSPAPLRI ;