Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 21, THTASHIXGTOX, June American, officials s duia for disagreernen: United i accepted United Xaticns charter. for-i Thus each of the bis powers! Spy Activities Mayor Is Appreciative I would like to take this opportunity of publicly expressing my personal thanks to all who assisted or participated in the National Drive which was held on Lethfendge on Monday last. June 1.- The fine team and community spirit displayea was both "raafvirs and encouraging, aud I am sure those people less fortunate Siaa ourselves. -R ho are in dire of this clothing, will be comfortec and siade happy through jour efforts. To the Ladies' Organisations, Hie Girl Guides, the Service the me-chants loaned their trucks, to the eaipioyees who Hiaanec them, the Radio and the Press, and to who assisted in acy way. to >ou I -aould say Thack You for a job done. July 21 May See GJB. Bread Ration 1 I.OXDOX. June (Reuters.) Britain's bread rationing scheme will go into effect on July 21 if. within the next month, the British cabinet decides it is really neces- sarv, well-arforaied sources said to- day. This date will coincide with the issuing of new ration books. There will be three scales of bread activities j-.. r> F.U.W.s DY __ _. Full Operation In On Monday Wat Held On EUit Itland O.C. FOOD MINISTER WELCOMED IN U.S. WASHINGTON. June 21. come passport difficulties. John Strachey. British minister of I Here to participate ia the had what he called -a peace- ization meeting of tne Internation- fil passage" when he entered the j al Emergency Food Council. Mr. Cnited States by air from Ottawa! Strachey (pronounced Suait-sne) Wednesday. It was not that vray when he carce here in 1935 1938. Then he vas !n sharp conflict with the United States iasaiigration VANCOUVER. June right. _ Tn 10 adamant in wanusg tnese accepted by ctner nation.- _ of activity an enemy I would'seek to do" in wartime. The head of the Office of Stra- Despi: xorv ex-cabinet minister too is., box plants and logging op- j Mr Stracfcey's action tions are swinging back into ae- O.ajiv unjustified display of me to 12 ounces and heavy workers will get 16 ounces. Meanwhile. Conservative leaders in Uie house of commons are cou- sicSersr-s a protest against, the ae- non of British Food ilinsster Jonn Strachey in displaying the proposed biead ration card to reporters at a press conference in Washington -cabinet minister today a authorities over his political opin- ions and he spent part of the win- ter of 1938-39 Ellis Island iss York harbor, falling to over- _ _ Royal Canadian Mounted Po- 5 said today. I tlon t ST. JOHK'5. totally unjustified display of melo- ere annoyed the of show- com- press. Tried to Murder Hitler With Gas NT5ERXBERG. June 2ll Albert Speer testified In the trial for his life as a war criminal Thurs- day that he plotted to Soil .Adolf Hitler with notion gas shot, through a chancellerv bunker ventilator in March. 1945. The former munitions minister uses should be written as s. new treaty, separate from the already- CHRYCO gave 11? responsic-e gover------------, and wea. o' voters :n i em Europe. Tun "We are concerned tne oo i nf 42 members to the convention is t o. ce-e_ce '55518, about half tae island's popu- lation. Not aU will icte, however, because seven szernoers received ac- clamations nominsizoa day. May 31. saw responsible Varieties Grown In 1945 told the international military tri- bunal he openly defied the chancel- minister lor and determined to liquidate him when he' because Hitler was bringing Ger- hooks manv to ruin because of refusal to surrender. Finally on March 29, Speer asserted that he got orders week OU statements I had alreaoy hour wage increase, 44-aour and voluntary check-off. made to the British public in par- A loluntary revocable check-off Hainent, and over the radio." wall be made" by employers at the Strachey said: WECNTPBG. June X? more than 2.800 growers of pure reqties; of employees, but union, -j mbers ar re signing pledges aiih people realize that, no' to cancel the check- 1 35 far as Britain i to make the American bread rationing is concerned is BRAKE LINING! enioved by the oldest. settlement of "empire since 1S55, in tne deptns of the depres- sion. Tee so-, ernmen: of Prime 1 Minister F. C. Alderojee at that! methods time accepted the report of a royal I ample commission recommending suspes- his _, sion of the and the' telligence and foreign policy, f legislative voted itself out of power, j CHUKCH PLANS Alberta Interested BIG HOSPITAL------------------ Russia objected to her Allies doing things wnieh mace her sus- to -quit In 24 hours." Speer. one of 22 Nazis on trial before judges of the XJmted States. Russia. Prance and the United Kingdom, said Hitler -betrayed in continuing the war beyond 1945. when defeat "was clear to .any intelligent man made every j around him." far as to j TORONTO. June Church of Casiada -all! spend j expected to re- a wage agree- box plants is reached and the wage rates approv- ed by the war labor board. June interested in im- gram increase acres- Saskatchewan seed growers re- ceived more certificates than grow- in anv other province, obtaining 950 or slightly more than 33 per j Tr-VSl A T cent of the total. Alberta receivec jPlJU J Eventual Grading of toward, the project, lend Canadian Seed Growers' j and have the- other tmru raised bv the comsrumtn and by ency in Alberta. BROADCASTS OTTAWA. June for a series -of nerscrk pcKzical broad- casts were announced today by A. MacKENZlE SAYS Ahead Iron Out Atomic Scheme He de France 10 Dock With Troops HALIFAX June Described as the last bijr move- ment of Canadian troops from overseas in the almost ceaseless flow to the Dominion since VE- Day, the liner He De France will arrive here today with 9.069 passengers, of them ser- rioe personnel. _______ r_____ held a press-conference Thursday vou have any trouble with officers this A reporter asked him. "Xo, I am Isappy to say. not a bit. It was a very peaceful passage. Mr. Strachey replied. "I was tempted to ask If the open spaces of Ellis Island woula be used for wheat production, but I restrained he added. Mr. Strachey explained: -My last press conference in this country was !a a little more ex- citing circumstances for me but not so important from a public point of view." The tall, hawk-nosed food min- ister, one of the youngest and new- est members of the Attlee cabinet. former undersecretary for asr. was in conflict mith the authorities ia Chicago in 1935 when he ac- cused of advocating overthrow of the government bv force. I1EIJ> OX ELLIS ISLAND When he attempted to enter the United States in late 1938 he was held at Ellis Island because of pass- port difficulties until February, 1939, when he returned to Eagland. Mr. Strachev declined to comment when questioned on the possibility of his negotiations in Canada re- sulting in an increased price for Canadian wheat. He said only: "We have been talking wheat in" Canada and prob- ably will go on talking for some, time." He said the British cabinet was almost certain to impose bread rationine and that all the neces- machinery had been set up to stair immediately the "go" signal was received. counter to United 'EXCHANGE STUDENTS WITH RUSSIA PLAN j OTTAWA. June Plans j for annual exchanges of Canadian and Russian students to improve chairman of tne Cana- CALGARY. June i of registered wheat and 148 ot presicent of the Alberta branch o S wj jjxilt-CiJ, l j j States atomic energv uroposals was relations between Canada and her so astounding as to preclude im- powerful northern aeighbor wiil_be response; indeed. It mediate Here's the newest safety de- velopment in brake enjtiDetring; It's the NEW CHRYCO CUS- TOM-DRILLED BRAKE LINING developed by Chrysler en- gineers. Under actual test, these CHRYCO BRAKE LININGS bare prorea due brake tricuon increases their efficiency! Your cearest Cbrysler-Plymouth-rargo or Dodge-DeSoto dealer hsj them cow i i packaged for til four Reline with bener CHRYCO and be "CHHYCO" MEANS is coined frofia "Chrysler Cpr- Pitts uid icccssorics focariac tndenurk are cuafacited br ibc mcM who dtj-jn ChfjslK. Plj- teoah. Dodge DeScrco cats. and Dodjey trucks an Engineered by CHRYSLER CORPORATION OF CANADA LIMITED rts Division TOMORROW AT And Second Hit LAST TIMES TONITE MURDER HE SAYS and FOLD THAT WOMAN registered" barley. Victory was the mos; popular oat variety and Thatcher led all wheats. Registered seed had nos played as prominent; a part among forage crots as among cereals and there were only 128 growers 01 registered the Canadian Postmasters' Associa- tion, at its annual convention being held in Calgary. Mr. Taylor, also Dominion presi- dent of the association, said the newly appointed deputy postmaster- general, Walter Turnbtill. had out- lined a oollcy of improving the Ca- alfalia and 17 for all other forage _ crops. radian postal service which in- j Progressive, one each. Dates of the Commercial forage seed produc- eluded this step, uraco. ii has. taken back to the Soviet by three a moment for ouick thinking I visiting Russian bur slow answer. 1 conduced a bnei sojourn m _ ,i The American offer to throw country. we'eks They i rast advantage which. be carried on the Trans-Canada K no possession of tne network on Wednesday from to pjn., with a re- ___ bggcus to the west ac 9 George Camp- The Liberal partv will be allow- mouth of its gift-horse put under the microscope. Still, the Russian proposition calls for careful consideration. It's ed six periods: the Progressive Con- servative, four; the three, and the Social Credit and labor- Uon had increased and about pounds of alfalfa seed were grown in 1945 with esca of Alsike and Altaswede clover. Creeping red rescue production was about 000 pounds. CO-OP RESEARCH PROJECT OTTAWA, of June Dr. J. NAMED D.O.C. OF M.D. 3 OTTAWA. June ment of Col. M. P. Bogert. DJS.O.. 38. a native Toronto and former brigade commander in the 1st Canadian Division, as district; officer commanding Military Dis- trict No. 3, Kingston, was an- nounced -by defence headquarters. He succeeds Brie. G. A. McCar- ter. C.B.E., 50, of Calgary, who a effectr enect.ve University of ilanztoba itaie 301x1: i lr announced a co-operative re- I searcn project on land use and farm management in southwestern drought area. TEACHING TEMPERANCE TORONTO, June R. 1 Coekfeum. chairman of tee Toronto i board of education, said that recent j protests from teachers- claiming they should not be expected to teach temperance while liquor and beer sales were increasing "with govern- ment declared that it "sounds as if the teachers are try- ing to get out of work." We Invite You to Holiday at the Coast WHEAT STOCKS AWAY DOWN HOTEL AUSTIN When at the Coast stay THE AUSTIN There's difference! "VANCOUVER 200 Modern Rooms With and Without Private Bath At Most Popnlar Prices. IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE AND SHOPPING DISTRICTS. (FULLr LICENSED) 1221 GRANVILLE ST- OTTAWA. June The VK- ible supply of Canadian wheat was reduced by 5.624.000 bushels during the week ended Juns 13. with the total ;n all North American posi- tions at 54.242.436 against 59.866.- 406 on June 4. the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported. The June 13 total represented less 25 per COMMITTED FOB. TRIAL WINNIPEG, June rence Deacon, charged with murder of taxi-driver Johann John- brcadcasts are: Liberals, Julv 3, 24, Aug. 14. Sept. 4, 25 and Oct. 9; Proeressive Conservative, Julv 10. Aug. 21. Sept- 11, Oct. 2; C.CJF-, Julv 17. Aue. 7, 13; Social Credit. untary. It was meant to be for the benefit of mankind. Thus it has FATHER SERIOUSLT ILL MEDICINE W. C. Campbell has been called to Winnipeg owing to the senous 111- no good one hears that the Soviet move throws a monkey-wrench into the machin- j ery. A motion is before the j atomic energy commission and must i LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS PAYS July 31, Aug. 28. and Labor Progressive be ironed out. President Trumar hirnseii. while reaffirming the American policy, has said the mat- ter will be may lead to agreement. There is such divergence of view on fundamental points in the two plans that diplomatic circles in Washington afs wondering whether another controversy might develop among the sreat powers. Unitec! States officials, while indicating UN. "Cabinet" To Be Reorganized SEW TOES. Jiice The .New York Times todav said Secre- tarv-General Trygve Lie of the hope the differences may be cleared j United Nations will reorganize his foresee a long and difficult road the Estate of CHBISTIAX K. EXGEX. late of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, Retired Fanner, De- ceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that all persons having claims tlpon the estate of the above named Christian K. Kngen who died on the 7th day of Januarv, AJX 1946, are -required to file with J. A. Livingstone, Bar- rister. 2 Alberta Block, Lethhridge, Alberta, by the_ loth day of and oil sav- ings and increased effi- ciency to see us regul- arly for an ENGINE TUNE-UP 4 Drive your car or truck 4 in today. Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile Ltd. CARS CHEVROLET ANT> MAPLE" LEAF TRUCKS Sales and Service Locations: 7th Street South 1946. a son March 31. was committed for the M.1 ,r th. nf rh, trial at the conclusion of the limmarv hearing Wednesday. John- son was found slugged to death sn his taxi on the outskirts of Winni- peg. and a newspaper-wrapped bolt. 18 inches long, is believed to have been the murder weapon. OPPOSE SASK. PROPOSAL OTTAWA, June sen- ate banking and commerce commit- tee have voted to deny the Co- operative Life Insurance Company, a Saskatchewan firm, the right to control itself by a delegate system j similar to that which governs the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. within the next few weeks and it is understood John B. Kut- son will leave the U.X and take a ed States gov- _________ _. business. Soon after becoming assistant secretarv-seneral in charge of ad- ministrative and financial services of the U.X., Mr. Hutson made a public sneech of welcome to Gen. Thadeusz Komorossl (General Bor) i of Polish armv, no longer in the favor of the Warsaw regime. The speech was protested by both the" Russian and Polish dele- gates to the United Nations security council. 41 VETERANS GRADUATE PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE. Man.. June war veter- ans, about one-third of them casu- alties themselves, graduated Wed- nesdav from the physical training instructors' school here conducted cent of the bushels held 1 by the department of veterans on the same date last year. fairs. Hotel Ambassador 773 VANCOUVER, B.C. A. G. Rane, Mgr. Rates: SL25 per day and np. Hotel Dominion VICTORIA B.C. COMFORTA31S ROOMS HOSPITABLE SERVICE EXCELLENT CUISINE MODERATE RATES JAMES BAY HOTEL VICTORIA The once well-known hostelry is again open 'or business. Phone 7151 WATT FOR THE KAISER-FRAZER MOTOR CARS SEE OPPEL MOTORS 7tb St. and 2nd Are. South, Lethbridge, Metal Workers' Strike Spreads ahead. Among the outstanding differences In the two plans is one which seems carry the implication that Russia is entertaining grave doubts, or let's f. say. is protecting herself against i untoward contingencies. This has to i do with the American suggestion that It would be willing to disDose of its atomic explosives altogether international atomic control is created. Moscow, on the other full statement duly and of and after that date the Executor distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of A en fYT h have oeen Drought rf to or or his REPAIRING J 4 CALGARY, strike among June ffl local metal workers spread to the Riverside Iron Works Ltd and Dominion Bndge Com- paav shortly after 7 ajn. tnis morning when 170 employees at tnat v v plant walked out. Sixty employees j at Calgary Iron Worsts struck on i v- AAH hand, wants American bombs de- stroyed, and -he manufacture, of others stopped, before the inter- national machinery is working. In short. Moscow is Dlaying safe j by trying to render the United j j States atomically impotent right at 1 the outset. Well, maybe that's a I smart to make, although It j isn't particularly complimentary to j the motives of "the United States, j and it would seem to Indicate sus- picions -which certainly can't make international relations any easier. LIVINGSTONE, Solicitor for O. Foss, the Executor. Alberta Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. Zx NA3TED Thursday morning. The Riverside employees are ask- j ing the same agreement as those j PRESIDENT _ wage increase, two EDMONTON. June llth annual conven- tion of the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Canada to- elected Paul Laframboise with pay and union security ana -Ouebec city as national CHURCHILL HOTtL xevest one rite hotel Ererythiag' moderately priced 100 ROOMS, 100% FIREPROOF Five blocks from the boat np Government. WHITE ROCK GEO. M. THRIFT REAL ESTATE (Est. 1924) WHITE ROCK Block West Cloninger Hotel Information gladly given YOUR HOLIDAY At the WHITE ROCK MOTEL, WHITE ROCK, B. C, with THE MARSHALLS WILL BE FLEASAXT, PLEASING AXD PROFITABLE I CHANGES EFFECTIVE JULY 1 There wil! be a number of changes in flight schedules commencing July 1. Please consult your T.C.A. office or travel agent for new departure and arrival times. TRANS -CANADA CANADA'S NATIONAL AIR SERVICt gnevance procedure clauses. The men are all inembers of Local 300, International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers 'C.I.O.) Tornado Fund Reaches WINDSOR, Out, June The drive to rebuild the 50 suburb- an homes wrecked by Monday night's tornado gained momentum todav as critically-injured persons held" their own in their battle for life. A fund launched by a committee of social agencies under the sponsorship of the Wir.dsor Star increased bv some to a total of more than W. H. Yaughan, executive editor of the newspaper and treasurer of fund, says :t is hoped to raise 000 it is estimated will be needed to rehabilitate the 200 homeless. The death toll from the Sercely- desiructive twuter remains at 15. M.D. 12 Building Razed by Blaze REGINA. June 21 j estimated at more than S75.000 vcas j caused -a her. a flash fire destroyed i a buiidins used bv units of Military Dv trice No. 12 at the Regina fair grounds today. The one-store> cement and frame building, formerly used for display purposes, housed offices and store- rooms of engineer and quartermas- ter section of the army. Army officials said more than 75 per ce'nt of equipment kept there was salvaged during the 20 mm- utes they were able to enter the building. They said mo.-t ot the equipment personal stores. president of the organiza- tion, succeeding Edward O'- Connor of Calgiry. A. H. Kater. Vancouver, E J. Goos. Saskatoon, snd Ray Saunders. Winnipeg, were elected western ice-presi- dents. Chesterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and demothed on or off the premises. Ready for use in six hours. COLOK-BRITE CLE-WiFRS Phone 2569 Night or Day PRESSURE AND GENERAL WELDING We have portable equipment for all -work. Liberty Welding Boiler Works 1402-2nd Ave. S. Phone 3921 B. L. A. Johnston AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT SHOWING TODAY AND SAT. SEQUEL "SEE HERE PRIVATE HARCROVE1" Feature Times 5.10, 750, 9.35 ____ Added TOM JERRI" Color Cartoon AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT swrui Show Times: "PHIow to Post" 6.06, 8.49 "Frontier 2JS, 5.10, 7.53, 10.33. JEWS PA PER I rWSPAPER!