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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE THE LLTHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREB Windsor Mayor Accuses BlackweD WINDSOR, OnU June f? Mayor Arthur Bheaume said today Attorney-General Blackweli of On- tario has said he would give con- sideration to an appeal for troops to prevent looting in suburban areas devastated by Monday's tornado but accused the attorney-general of- "throvring his weight around" in an emergency. The mayor said he got in touch Mr. who was in Windsor last night to attend a Po- lice Association dinner. "He told me has nothing to Co with it and he would give i: consideration but didn't slunk there was any loot- ing out there at He said the roads were blocked off and he it would be a reflection on the honesty sor to call told him perhaps these vrere not from Windsor, that they migUt Huge Cache Of Jap Gold, Jewels Now Recovered SINGAPORE! June British special agents have recover- ed a cache of gold, cur- rency and "dia- monds as big as your in a fabulous East Indian theft a higm official described as "far bigger than the theft of the Hesse crown He said the treasure iras pnvately- owned property appropriated by Hear 15th Witness In Wittinger Case 2M32 SEKVICEMEX STILL IN UNITED KINGDOM OTTAWA, June Canadian servicemen in the United Kingdom and Eur- ope totalled 2ZJ83Z June _ MEDIdNB HAT, June J. it reported to infer- Christian Scfcalz. prisoner of war mation tabled in the com- the Medicine Hat internment, camp mons. The army had 23.- in July, testified before Chief 586, the 475. and the Justice W.H. How son and a air force la aaoiaon ARLIAMENTAR jury today that he probably havs met the same fate as Plas-; zek." if he had gone back into the ,t crowd after running away following 4- questioning bv the camp leaders on tlic 22 that year waen August SWaSt IndiST later recovered body found hanging there were 22.095 wives of servicemen and chil- dren oierseas awaiting transportation to Canada. by Allied authorities and stolen. then m the west recreation halL Schulz was the 15th witness call- A British headquarters spokes- man confirmed thai an officer and a sergeant had been, arrested in ed by Crown Counsel W. D. Gow. in i the trial of L.-CpL Johannes Wit- j linger, one of three German pns-' and said "there is con- oners charged with the murder-ofI siderable iruth in from Jaia." (.The be from Toronto." At the time of the Ford strike last fall and winter the attorney- general "showed no hesitation" in sending police to Windsor. "I don't see why now when ths aropertj- of little people Ss exposes to looting that the attorney-general can do nothing but throw weight around." SCGAR MYSTERY! EDMONTON. June sugar is rationed, police are won- dering: about the origin of a 100- pound sack of it. found jesterday leaning agafaist a post, in a lane. They don't believe it felJ from, a passing truck. The sugar has been turned over to the Prices Board. press reports j fiaszei: SgL. Werner Schwalb and I Pte. Adolf Kratz were sentenced las: i correspondent of! March to hang in the Lethbridge 'ail June 25. Schulz was the second of four and 1 named as ring leaders of a group Constitution Of A.F. A. Is Ready OTTAWA, Jane The commons today voted 108- 42 against a Progressive Con- serratiTe amendment aimed at the government's redis- tritMttion plan referred to the provinces for their approval. The main government motion merely seefcs to have the senate and commons present a joint address to the British par- liament for an amendment to the British North America Act to give effect to the plan, which vooid increase house member- ship from to 253. commons radio committee today' discussed freedom of the air for all. political views and Davidson Dun-' ton. CBC chairman, declared that, the corporation felt strongly inati equitable opportunity should be liuii j j partisan in polr.ics but may exert ed today a mid-June survey o: pro- str-ke June 8 m would seem to be to work ss a i-pe Assure uoon .all.poUucal parties duct.oa presets m major ue o prepared to to secure its ing states indicated_ a Druted Vho waiked out ratne. 5or the when the i _-------------- J.033J39.UOQ rhaa submjr tcnon iaws M artotrm- j fourth republic is inaugurated half j Hoover to Pay Visit to Ottawa ia an -Or43 da5's- j crop of and with a 10- j PAGE I> TJPE {year 1935-44 average of 843.792.000. J EDMONTON. June 20- Superannuation NO extra steps! Heischmann's fresh active Yeast goes right to work. Makes sweeter, finer bread! And makes it faster! You can be sure of tender, smooth lightness delicious flavour every time! IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist on Eeischmann's fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow labeL Ifs depend- tested favourite for more than 70 years. MADE IN CANADA reamettes MORE TINDER MORE 5ELICIOUS MACARONI cent of f cod export to nrt 90 urn- department include: Postmasters delivering C.OJX parcels be perxottted to deduct a commission of Sve cents on all col- y August greatlv relieving the drain upon Canada and the Unned States. Sir. Hoover, returning from, a ficials ssid. A wheat-conservation anpsared with the program set up for Ae 1945 crop, provides for 15 per cent less flour' -rs" >1Bae slnce SL'ifa for domestic consumption than a1 _, 1 T year ago, restrictions on tne use of. SI 00 ilOUr for livestock feed and a com- i vjcl> A to ship no raore than OOO.OOO bushels overseas compared 1 OJT with an estimated from the 1945 suoply. for the began. deducted and ____. -srcrld food situation a broadcast from Ottavra early auon scheme for postmasters com- i ing inw effect in the near future I was voiced by C. D. Gnrlith. Do-, nunion Canadian Post- masters' Association, when he dressed the 18th annual convention i of the C.P-A_ Alberta branch, here, j "There is no doubt at, all that our superannuation (scheme) will j cast The winter wheat crop was fore- of SI CO an hour anc a LSC a; 80G.C67.000 bushels coicpar- i week for first class tAA> in. i be apP'oved and I believe in the, CALGARY. June wage GrifTith fold i 46'--hour ed tilth the June 1 estimate of 774.- ics was asrreed iroon at a meeuns of 5S8.000 bushels. -a-ith S23.177.GOO nro- and emplo.-ers in the over Sve dollars, to be from the money order c cnly the balance cf tins M ___- wee'- be reported on the money order re-i Hoover's Ottawa visit isjduced !asi year and with a' 10- j Calgary automotive" fepalr and f understood to be a gesture of ap- j year atrerasre of i gasoline service station industry A nigner rate 01 commission fee- preci2tion to Canada for the pan j The. spring wneat crop was i during a three-hour meeting here. i.use oi Oie mcrease m posonas.ers That country has played in provid- j ,-as- at 004 072 compar- ing cereals and other foods to meet j -j-j, June l ot the world food snortage and prejent j 350.921.000. with 299565.000 oroduc- starvation in the cnacal, Tea_ d to -10.vear soir.e 130 postmasters who attended the convention- work. Wages For Farm Help Are Higher OTTAWA, June paid for farm help are continuing their upward trend throughout Can- ada, with the average oa May 15 reaching a day and S71.3S a month with board compared with S3 04 and in IMS and S2.73 and S61.83 in 1944, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics renorted. Average rates with board reached a day and 596.27 a aionjh aeainst S3.S9 and S9060 in 1945 and and in 1944. tentative date for his arrival in Ottawa is "Wednesday of next week, it u-as learned. ed last average of French Senator On "Canada Day" OTTAWA. June if. Gaum (L-, Quebec) called Wednesday for special study by a t senate, coranuttee of how July l i should be made Into an adequate j ftTlCJ 3.pp3TOpSn3.rc QGSlffECQ- j Highest rates were reported from j further national unity. j British Columbia, Alberta and Sas- He was the first and katchewan. as the upper house renewed I on a commons' bill to chan 3IARKET IX CHTVA j name of thai date from "Dominion; CALGARY. June Gen- Day" to "Canada i Canadians Must Diversify Trade EDMONTON. June Minister MacKinnon said last aigiit Canada faced a challenge to broad- en and diversify her trade and sesk vincial government to work out a I schedule for the industry. The wage scale will go into effect July 10. for the period of one year, subject to the approval of Hon. C. E. Gerhart. minister of trades and industry. Class Al mechanics isill receive 95 cents an nourr class A 90 cents an hour, class B 85 cents an, hour This represents an in crease of eight cents an hour path case CRUSHED BT TRACTOR STONY PLuMN. Alta., June 20 Lambert, 28, was killed when the tractor he was operating on the farm of Mar- tin Banmon overturned and crush- ed him as he cleared brush along the side of a bill. Stonv Plain is 18 miles west of Edmonton. you a face, shoulders, and aims don't go with s glamorous evening gewit. soft of the standing beautifying actions of Wax K its of FrecUei- It will actually hslp new fmckles from apovaring. tjif colized Wax Cream help you tc mora radiant, rornaniic looking uiiiy wibauw the prominence of premature lines and wrirHes, a feel- ing of temporary firmsieis to outer layer of itin. and removes excess lurfaca oiL Use daily. at Cxnrtm _ in] new markets to supplement the tvro and essenaal outlets address t OeaverDrOOK XT I> IN.JD. FREDEBICTON. June Premier John B McXalr announced eral iTwo-Gun) Moms Abraham Cohen, former ommander-in-chief of the Chinese Nationalist army, ex- pressed optimism in the settling of differences between the Chinese Nationalist and Chinese Commu- nist parlies when he armed here. "I think Canada should do what be tafcen "at satisfactory prices we occe feel the sad conse- g e e aen to prob? deeply into the import of Quences nere in Caaaaa. the bill. Senator Gouhr suggested a senate committee make a report on four points: 1. That July 1 should be the na- tional holiday, set aside legally as sucn. she can to create a market in j 2. Its most appropriate General Cohen said. "If! fayor Canada Day myself but I China vras to increase her standard IthmK we should, tackle this in a National Library Is Seen As Need lie the text; of a cablegram sent to Lord Beaverbrook by himself and i Dr Milton F. Gregg, U N.3. presi- i dent, and the reply received. i The reply by the Canadian-born j British publisher, who spent youth m this province, read: salvation Popularity of General V. W. Od- i lum. Canadian ambassador to China, -was praised by the 'Dear Prime Minister, it is with j real enthusiasm that I recognize' the Kreai honor you do ms in i for this office in the e of New Brunswick, a land nearer and dearer to me YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT THE TEA I LOVE" "Harry had a new thrill the other night. Someone served him tasting Lipton's Tea. But when he raved about it to me, I simply said: 'Sir, you're talking about the tea I love'." You just can't help liking that wonderful Lipton flavour so lively, fresh and tangy so full-bodied. Never dull, never wishy-washy, Lipton's brisk flavour means more enjoyment in cup. Why not try it? Why not switch your taste to new pleasure Ask your grocer for brisk tasting Lipton's today. made in the by Jean Francois charge the duties ana to fulni the, .responsibilities. If you approve Ij j would proDose to go to Freoencton tion in citizenship. 4. Suggested steps by which newly, naturalized citizens could be wel-1 corned into the Canadian coci-1 Speaking on a motion to adop., f m October. munity on that date. I a report of the commons library; "Thanks. Beaverbrook.' As for the bill itself. Senator j committee, he said there were in j The chancellorship now being i Gouin said he could not see that it i the commons ceilar many priceless j created is an honorary office, the r would endanger the ties of empire) volumes and newspaper files which! holder of will pe head of the, as some "overzealous imperialists" seemed to fear. VOTE TO STRIKE could not be accommodated in the! governing body, the U.N.B. senate. crowded parliamentary library and I which were in danger of detenora- tion and destruction by fire. Out.. Jane 20 {P- Bv a vote of 2.831 to 530, employees CXOTHING DRIVE OFFICIALS at the two Hamilton plants "of "the i WARN AGAINST 3LVTCHES Canadian Westmghouse Company j j Limited have voted to strike if the TORONTO. June 20 Officials 1 executive committee of the United in charge of the National Clothing I Electrical Workers (C C-L.-C-I O.) J Collection here today appealed to decides on such action, William the public to make sure no matches Walsh, union district representaave are left in the pockets of clothing i announced. contributed to The Canadian Allied Relief. Yeswrdav's clothing drive EIRE IS REPUBLIC _ here collected 1.300.0GO pounds of WITHIN COMMONWEALTH garments for persons m war-ravaged countries. DUBLIN. June V Minister De Valera m a brief dis- CANADIAN SURGEON HONORED cussion on the status of Eire said in the Dail '.ast night the country J TORONTO, June Aware! was a republic within the British o? the Pel'owshio of -fee Coi- commonwealth and that there was of Surgeons of England nothing irconsjstent about that. ons Causa) to Dr. Da-.-.d "W. of St. Michaels announced today. here was The distinction. BRITISH CRUISER ARRIVES ROME. 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