Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1945 Strachey Returns Home U.K. WILL NOT BUY ALL CANADA'S WHEAT OTTAWA. 'Prepare Highway For Civilian Travel EDMONTON. Jtme strccuers of accoinniodation buiid- and stations at niaey "he Alaska highway Fort St. John. B C.. and WR'tehorse. V.T.. is proceeding sat- Jet Plane Visits Lethbridge -r Meteor Streaks From Edmonton In One Hour Resentment U.S. Goodwill on Atomic Control Not Accepted at Face Value mem" in'tiie sense, that Kingdom bay ih Hampshire _ era! ana prpvmcia. j castle, tra- reques; of cpposrJon leaders. HeaUa forge; didocal tome cf the Claszor Isst night. Li the in soivms tse DOE3in-O_s 55 JO becoate a coiel. commons agreed to reconsider sn problems. j 3; was sold alter decision of the Of listed in his depart Mm f Earl of to j jjiental estimates Mavor Ssuscers said "'os a chance of knowing the governments home liave we been depend- uoon s5me influence in Ottawa. w trhere we are I don' know trhere should have a clear statemenj aoout our said ifayor Saun- r SaandMs. who said that lie was a. dyed-in-the-wool Con- servative, complimented, goj- ernmens on the "swell 300 u dia Sing the war, bat he wisheo utt government to act now ss the? acted during the wita_ ed by erodes of 75 acres, salmon and trour fishing. CANCEL JOBLESS BENEFITS IF JOBS REFUSED ureed the federal goveminent to invite the provincial premiers. and municipal representatives for conference in Ottawa in y and thresh out the problems taxatioa, their benefits and in- cidence. STARBRIGHT in Color LOST IN A HAREM ENDS TOMTE of to jnental estimates for professional province of i special services for investiga.- iy -srhenjaons alleged misuse of family ec the alio-nrance payments. Mr. Claxton said the item was The castle stands on tiie banks based on an. estimate of possibly of the KiTer Avon and is surro-jnd- 30.000 to 60.000 cases of apparent misuse of funds which would have to is slate- houTw-ith'heai waves from tiS reir j speed of 460 miles per hour. in Trnnr CSTTies 3. ST of the plane plainly discernible in the sunlight. The landing was per- fect. A sreas this type of and development plans the R.CJLP. and were found icaiuic out satisfactorily last winter zers discussed at the recent Domin- with a I firing m weather at 50 degrees be- ion-provincial conference, is slate-lioV zero Centigrade. He said tne people of -Western The pilot expected to take oe i Canada have been seeking for at from the airport at, i least eight years a system of public front of the plane.carnes a snappy j noon with the Meteor and Tbe in Re- IrUUL Oi LiiC J _- cut-out of an Esquire girl which has gina an hour He_ pians to Canacia. been pasted on for decoration. domination in the face of our altruistic record. Although admittedly working In American interest in attempting to set up controls before every coun- try, large or small, becomes a. potential threat to peace, there is bitterness that Americans should be expected just to give up. quid pro quo. the fruit of the ex- penditure of billions of dollars and the greatest concentration of chan- neled genius in histc-ry- Even Britons and Canadians, who contributed ia every way they could, have not expected the United States to vield information which is peculiariy hers. But of course Britons and Canadians do not fore- see a time when they might be seeking to expand militant, ideology at the danger of a clash with the capitalistic world. However, the uoint is that the actual circumstances surrounding the nrospects for atomic control re- duce" today's argumentation to the status of mere fulminauon. These are the sketchiest of open- ing skirmishes. The truth is that control of war itself, no less; that control of atomic power involves the same principles as control of war itself, no less; that neither one is likely to come the other; and that many years, with great changes in -the attitudes of both Russia, and the United States, are likely to come firsL is predicted for Maximum heat as Uie rear 01 tne jwiu tare ou iroin lircrt by the puot who S plane when in action is 680 degrees 1 morning for Hamilton. make Winnioeg this evening and' of the province in which they live, off from there Wednesday to continue to deal wish one an- OTTAWA. June Unemployed single men with farm "experience vho refuse to take farm jobs arc hating: their nnemplovment insurance bene- fits cancelled, the labor depart- ment reported. The department made the dis- closure in a summary of em- ployment conditions. LICENSE GRANTED OTTAWA, June tion. DV Western Ainnoave Limited for a license to operate a flying in- struction school at Edmonton tas been approved by the air transport board Reconstruction. Minister Howe announced today. The com- be" approximately Ee reeretted that it was not pos- a more accurate esu- ma-e but observed that the depart- ment did nor yet have the oeneat of s full years experience in the administration of family allowances vmenis. -srhich began last July. John Bracken, Progressive Con- leader, noted that of last vesr's vote o: only. lad been spent and said he Mr. Claztdn should give the item :urther consideration. as a commercial air service, it be permitted only TO carry pupUs in the course of iastructiori. Husbands Complain: Tired, Run-down Wives Lose BeautyM-ook Old Women Regain Health Easy Way. Look Years Younger. in mirror! rca-dowa naae look hagEarc.