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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY. JUNE 27. 1946 No Butter Ration Boost In July Wheat Agreement Likely Despite US. Protest Jane WASHINGTON. ssi rainfall to be r< corced iti Ecmontcn the of the auto- mauc raui gauge at the Do- lon Tieather oSice Asked To j Release Present Spot ________ OTTAWA. J-jne private stations in Calgary. T RED RULE IN BALKANS FIND BOW ISLAND MAN'S DEATH ACCIDENT MONTREAL. June verdict, of acci- dental death was returned vesterday in the case of G OJson. 39-vear- Bow island. t. 27, op) Reutea for 20 years Balkan i correspondeJit Jor toe Christian 1 Science Monitor, said today that ration woald be no differens from Joint Purchase Farm Equipment For Vets Planned OTTAWA. Jane tenta- tive proposal to allow Veterans Land MHMCIKE WmTnf tn i Hat hotelmen. iods.y Hoteken Seek New Workers MEDICINE HAT, AIM- June last ._. -T S3 .niece to t .oat, umcuucu 2 advertised for and governments lhe joint cf farm i men to mlocai beverage in Bulgaria and Romania." ment and" livestock was as a resaU of j arrived in Athens Mon- j by Gordon Murcblsoa. V.L.A. day from Bucharest after bis ex-. (jjrector. The prunsry Qualifications i' pulsion from Romania despite pro-] leterans had to settle' Lts by the United States Oll provtocal tand, turned; cfefpkt? "SteBuun fa an interview- j today: "The worst that any tyrant s committee of the cocamons he felt of ever" did in the way of violence, s jhe proposal -would be approved as iDC ui personal humiliation. breaking j a regulation and he felt, too, that. up of meetings, censoring the press it would "subsiantiallv meet" the and preventing the expression of I rjewenr of the Saskatchewan EOV- public opinion ss now being match- eminent for such grants to be made j ed by "the Communist-domsnatefi veterans ro-ooeraiive farms. L Sonjethlnz Eiawatha never dreamed of, a modern census, be taken of some Indians in northern Manitoba starting July 12. i waper issued by tne He was commentirg on a recent j it. coldwell. leader. las- Er arraoer and by Agriculture Minister; the station was fcr as Gardiner that the Dominion had: to vacate its frequency eaoorsec oy rn have to f-vor Q, .hi calgarj- station. Vlr. Browne said it was a matter siring effect tc the international contention which took account of geographical locations. rv-rr-ATtrj Sask. Dry Belt Gets Good Rain (HNS) rcmers of tne CroWs Nest of the j Corn- governments in Bulgaria and Ro- mania, as I personally saw it." The correspondent said he been under constant Communist-controlled cause of nis dispatches. Markham said he talked to han- of peasants and delegations- countries and witnessed a Conditions of the eluded: proposal in- town 'ast. eve- bv hundreds "as todar te earned oa Bat tinion beer par- itizen Pressmen Return To Work meet- e Wedsestay afternoon. Coa' mine isorkers of Cc.eraEn. Blairmore and BeUewe. meobers of district 18 of United Mine Work- ers of America, took a holiday ana gathered at the bandstand in Blair- more and were addressee by John Stokaluk. of district IS. who outlined the purpose of the meeting snd stated that district IS opposed to some of the deci- sions rendered in respeci to injured workmen and urges that C. C. Coos. chairman of the board, be replac- ed, and also Alfred FarraUo, the latter labor representative on the START TONIGHT I and txnttSO% faxthtiljrxt blend H ccpfol better wii 4 tbsps. in icebox 'tis; zeadr to szndwidbes foe THi FLAVOUR'S DIFFERENT! "Since You Vent Away OAUOETTE CfXSERI JEWffffi JONES COTIEfJ SJffiilBf 7EMPIE ROBERrWMKER STARBRIGHT in Color uonal union headauarters. pressmen of the Ottawa Citizen n.] number of terroristic acts. Around the end of March, Mark- ham said. of opposition _.___ he was invited spend the night, the local leader of the peasant party in Bucovina. Romania, after the meeting had been broken up by a "band of Later the "band of ruffians" agreement with the The Hotelmen-s Associa- reipect to a specific parcel of lard.. 2. Grants may be made to each, for permanent imorove- j on a con- AUBERTANS S AKTO ments, including clearing, but they ___ mast not exceed which with rovericrk series th? other makes no the total BRAJJDOS. Man, Jur.e ion party meetings when free grant allowable under j JO6eph and a juvenile. the act. jjojj, of Egremont. Alta, were re- 3. Provincial governments agree without plea to July 5 both grants "become a charge g.ey appeared today- in police aeainst the lands held by the vet- i 3uveniie" courts respectively on eran for 10 years." a charge of having unlawful pos- The vievnxjint of Eeconstructlon I session of an automobile. The two Minister John Sturdy of Saskatche- were arrested yesterday after a wearing came into the house at midnight and killed the political leader with bursts of machine-gun fjre, Markham said. SASKATOON. June core of the drv area in Saskatchew- an itus year, received" nearly ai of rain overnight and tha crop situation hers wiU be materially unproved. University of Saskat- chewan officials said today. Croos were definitely deteriorat- ing Gag to prolonged drought in an area 40 riiles sround this city. had suffered and was uneven and the crops patchy. Las; night's and "this morning's moisture uras the first good r ch e the Tee pressmen, International Printing and Assistants' Union, strucred to return to work in a tele- received yesterday from Union President George Berry. RETURN TO JOBS EDMONTON. June nressssen of the Edmonton Journal and Edmonton. Bulletin who have been idle since June 5 refusing to "struck -work" in cormecuon le strike of 52 compositors. i and" th4 first S2.000 in.- j married man be i come taxation be Flier Charged With Branding Girl BOSTON. June Stavrou. 18-year-old former arm: will be sought before any com- j three-hour chase by Hoyal Cana- mlttee action is taken. He was here Ptl to testifv en the co-oera- to testifv en the co-opera- tive farm question. Service For Senator McRae In Ottawa T OTTAWA. June otavTuu. ionnci A r1'1 airfield tvpist. gave a suoerior court services will be held here today for Senator Alexander McHae, 71-year-old Vancouver financier who died in hospital yesterday. jury Wednesday detailed testimony cf 17 hotel-room hours with a 24- year-old decorated arrnv fuer dur- were by a was adopted anc j n Finance Minister i tion which she said slashed her a razor blade and "bumed me with cigarets. cut and 'body The service, s.t St. Andrew's Pres- byterian church at 12 noon. CJ3.T., the service the be w Vancouvr another service and interment. of parliament. S. J. Snoch acted as chair- man cf the meeting and J. Dag- cale of Bellevue. and W. Whits of Colemsn. uresented to the meeting the alleged unfair decisions of the 1 have been several fairly heavy sho-ivers bu; no penetrating, steady rainfall. i- as'ie i compensation __ board. i meetine the After _____________ Printing Press- men's Assistant's Union 3IOVE PATIENT TO COAST KINGSTON, Gat, June, Sgt. E. L. Baicree. veteran para- trooper seriously ill ac a military i hospital. Tuesdiv left for Vancou- ver to rejoia his Scottish bride of two months after department of veterans" affairs officials made ar- rangements for his tnp. Sgt. Bal- dree's bride was flown here from Scotland two rnoaths ago and now she has taken a position as a nurse in. Vancouver. D.S.C. WINNERS OTTAWA. Jane of the Distinguished Service Cross to two Canadian naval officers for "outstanding service in anti-U-boat; operations" has been announced in the London Gazette, naval service heacousrters announced. No cita- tions" accomoanied the awards, which" wens "to Cmdr. Jeffry V. Brock. S.C.N- (R) of Winnipeg, and Li. J. E. Clavton of Victoria. Club continued its sports pro- gram for the children of Blairmore a; -he Biaincore snorts grounds which were postponed from last Sunday on account of inclement weather. cess c other. digest, too Grape POLTTTCAI. GCN BATTLE SAN JOSS. Costa Kica, June than 70 members of op- Dosition parties here were under arrest following a gun battle be- tween government police and an band which seized a San Jose radio station Tuesday in an alleged plot to overthrow tee government. One person was killed and two wounded in the clash. her in a Boston hotel room from .to am. "He said thst now hs had burn- ed me permanently that I was his." Miss Stavrou told a judge and iury- Farreil is being tried in indict- ments charging him with the cig- arst branding of the girl, sex of- fences and assault and battery with a Tveapon with intent to main and disfigure. Miss Stavrou said Farrell had scared the initials "T" and "E" on her breasts, thighs and buttocks. Mounted Police who were in- vestigating ownership of an auto- mobile overturned in a. ditch, near here. I HALIFAX ELEVATORS NOW NEARLY EMPTY HAUFAX. June the first time since the outbreak of J in 193S, Halifax's grain elevator] almost empty, R. W. Hendry, i National Earbors Board port man- j ager. said today. The elevator, with i s capacity of bushels, has onlv bushels for local usftj ana none was available for export.' MAXV VISITORS EXPECTED TO ATTEND 'PEG OPENING June and bunting were strune out down the main avenues of 'Winnipeg to- day in preparation for the arrival of "several thousand United States visitors expected to attend the four- dav convention of the International War Alliance beginning tomorrow. Some of the veterans are firing their own planes up from various points in the United States. Another large group, a motor cavalcade, will be met at the border tomorrow and escorted to the city. FMNCTPLE FIVE-PAY _ WORK-WEEK ACCEPTED 1XDXDOX, June The British government accepts the principle of a five-day work week: for British coal miners as one step toward obtaining additional re- cruits for the mining working force, Fuel Minister Shinwell told the house of commons. RUGS Chesterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and dtmothed on or off the premises. Ready for me in six hours. COLOR-BRITE CLEANERS Phone 2569 Night or Dar AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT We Invite You to Holiday at the Coast HOTEL AUSTIN When at the Coast stay at THE AUSTIN There's a difference! VANCOUVER 200 Modern Rooms With and Without PriTatt Bath At Most Popular Prices. IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE AND SHOPPING DISTRICTS. (FULLY LICENSED) 1221 GRANVILLE ST. Hotel Ambassador 773 Seymour St. VANCOUVER, B.C A. G. Kaae, Mgr. Bates: per day and Hotel Dominion VJCTORL4 B.C. COMFORTABLE ROOMS HOSPITABLE SERVICE EXCELLENT CUISINE MODERATE RATES JAMES BAY HOTEL VICTORIA The once weil-knowa tostelry is again open for business. Phone 7151 ROXY FAMOUS PtftYERS FRIDAY AND SAT. SIX MEMBERS OF THE MURDER WRY ARE DEAD... IMCKMT KM onm Icr.t. Ploy by Ckarl.. fcr 1 SECOND FEATURE ZANE GREY'S THRILLING WESTERN DRAMA "SUNSET PASS" With JAMES GREER AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT CHURCHILL HOTEL hotel moderately priced 100 ROOMS, 100% FIREPROOF Five blocks from the boat up WHITE ROCK GEO. M. T HKJr 1 Block West. CToniBser HOW Information gladly REAL ESTATE (Est. I324h YOUR HOLIDAY At the WHITE ROCK. HOTEL, WHITE ROCK, B. with THE MARSHALLS WILL BE PLEASANT, PLEASING ANP PROFITABLE CAPITOL FAMOU5 PtAYERS TODAY TILL SAT. MERIE OBERON TURBAN BEY THOMAS GOMEZ CAU SONDERGAA80 RAT COU1NS EPSEST PUEX MARCH OF SELECTED SHORTS Feature times 3.00, 5.03, 7.15, 9.25 BRONC RIDING, STEER DECORATING, CALF ROPING, WILD COW MILKING, WILD HORSE RACE, Etc. STAMPEDE PARADE Bands, Clowns, Floats, Indians, Cowboys, Cowgirls and Special MECHANIZED MILITARY SHOW Through of Col. T. E. Snow, D.O.C. Military District 13 SAT. AND MON. FEATURING EACH AFTERNOON IN the ARENA MOUNTED MUSICAL DRILL Bv 12 BEAUTIFUL GOLDEN PALOMINOS Including such outstanding horses as "B right Star" owned hy Jerry Puckett, Calgary; "Copper owned by Hugh Cozart, Calgary, and BIG CARNIVAL EACH NIGHT DANCE EACH NIGHT Daring Feats of TRICK RIDING AND ROPING BANDS FROM GLENWOOD. MACLEOD AND CLARESHOLM 1 m ;