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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, SUNE 24, MEDICINE HAT AND OKOTOKS MEN DROWN AT LAKE LOUISE Camp Inuspi Calling f LAKE LOUISE. June Clifford is Muter of Okoiofcs and Hugh Haaol- j ancy fined Tn'b special buoy- tote Sunday 55. T: i The bodies were r.c-t recovered. j Retired Miner i Dies, Pincher Creek. wiuie on an afternoon visit. A res-, cue attempt made by Joseph Daai- i ken. boatman at the boathouse. felted when the two men sank after one of them had tried to help :ne; ether keep swmmr.g. I Trie drowring occurred about from the cock in calm water. Witnesses ssic the cap- sizing took place when both pea Appeared at the same time to lean OYerthe Ede of the canoe, a type, i of imcerterminec orism daj of G_- Th" v.ere osm _x- cs- a farmers' c3v 21 ceased csme as and effort of v July 31. while the girls' camp e fcoas JBlv 31 2S above a Lake -'rcm bevotiona- HJU at Camp Inuspi. At the camp girts cf'the and (Ls-nct enjoy Me :n the great outdoors aoR favorake condit-ons and with trained superpsion and leadership General Secretary SL C. Cameron cf the will be in charge of the cam? this Russia Opposes U.S. Proposal To Control Production Of Atomic Bomb MOSCOW. June lished fully in the Soviet press. cellared today tha; Soviet Hussis will surrender the Continuation Of Price Control SDMOXTOX. June J. secretary-mar-sger of "he Sdmontori branch of announced toaay he had dispatched a relssrrm tr Ottawa cjsagreeins with price contro. i "a: the natiiiai conven-j of the Junior Cnamoer ofj I Commerce here last wee'-i urg- j tne federal to. control of ell cosiniodi- ties" i (The Junior Chambe- convention approved a policy statement ssying iihai wartime controls should be re- laxed when the need for tuera E.O loager was necessary.) CtFAST HEAKT BEATS mslse of newborn infants beats from 130 to 140 tunes a min- ute. wjii siirreziucir m any atomic control plan, and an article reported by i'iis plan fo. i the United States QC the manufac- BOTTLE ART wai known, to the Horaans ss ea-iy as the year 73. _ review ecing the proposal of Be: secuntv council cs the "procuct of atomic diplomacy." paper said "there is not and can- not be a surrender to tins of reto m atomic matters, such as the Baruch clan envisages if tie Uni- ted States is to share its secret of atomic fissson in an effort to out- law and control this weapon. The newspaper praised Rus- sian counter-proposal placed be- 'o-e the secuntv coancil oy Andrei Gromyko calisg for -prohibition of production and use of atomic borrihs in a few wordt is tee essence of the Soviet proocsaL" FLAX SOT FCBLISHED Tea Russian proposal has been nubiished consp-Vacusiy and texi- encan plan never lias been pub- June war won be- fore Rhine was crossed." Gen. Dwisht D. Eisenhower said in a reocri published Sunday. The report credited rietorx to Allied teamwork and Nazi mis- takes, termed Field Marshal MonlgornerjV handling of the tactical situation at Caen ajnd S3ive extended credit to the contribution of Canadian forces. The former supreme Allied commander. Cnited Slates army chief of staff, submitted a 90.000-word report to the com- bined chiefs of staff covering June 6, 1944. to May 8, D-Day to Throiighout the report there are j numerous references to the 1st Ca- nadian Army its task and per- formances, particularly at Caen and Falaise in FALAISE POCKEf" Gen. Eisenhower described the at the "Falaise as the "second vial battle" of the Euro- pean ooeration. and said: "Without the great sacrifices i made here by the Anglo-Caruidian i armtes m the series of brutal, slug- eisg battles, first for Caen and then i for Rilaise, the spectacular advances i made elsewhere by the Allied forces could never have come about. -Here