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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE I Honorary Degrees For Churchill And Gen. Crerar OXFORD. England. June 27. in" his opniion "there was Crerar and of war and camp spokesman! such order. He said, obviously those other Allied vvar leaders Wednesday at the Medicine Hat internment i who committed the crime had been awarded nonorarv decrees Man Responsible For Discipline In Camp In Dark About Hanging MEDICINE HAT, Alta_ June 27., order for Lehmann's hanging and i? BUYING FUBLIC MUST BE rATIEXT CALGARY. June The buying public, aaanu- facturers and dealers have no other coarse but to be patient during the continuing period I; Eden Says Canada A Leading Nation WINNIPEG TENANTS AFFECTED BY June Manitoba court of ap- peal today ruled that a land- lord is entitled to possession TORONTO. June of a dwelling occupied by Must Carry Out Bylaw In Serving Of Milk In Cafes camp when Karl hanged by fellow prisoners Sept. 10. 1944, told the Alberta supreme court today chat he was in full charge of discipline inside the camp but had issued no order for the removal of was sttiog under a military order from He said hf had no knowledge of the hanging until the following day when he informed a man had been found hanging in the school room of one of the huts. Bv that Germany had been received awarded honorary decrees by Oxford University but the show was Hearn. president or Eiolen by Mrs. Winston Churchill eration of Automobile Associations of Canada, Toronto, said ne'e T-iAlVU JLU1U WVH in the camp bv- radio that all known who received the honor -ahicb her traitors -a ere to be done away with, 1 husband watched with twinkling ing nation of the world" and sad i uaponant contribution w> judgment, which court, offi- believed would affect at said. eyes. X in world affairs. "Canada now Detectics Corporal G. H. Miller.! "She has watched over and sus- ROMJP.. testified he had in- terviewed Perzenowski in Camp Keys. Ont.. on Jan. 23. 1S46, in con- nection with the murder of L mann. Perzenowtki had given taiaed him while he sustained tottering world." said the Earl cl Halifax, university chancellor, while the public orator. T. p. Kigham. a took a sly dig at the wartime prime own riSht fce stated in an ad- i a OI the of his own free -Kill say- minister's domestic habits saying a repors made to Canadian auth- orities. Wendt was testifying at the trial of Sgt. Bruno Perzenowski. one of four German prisoners charged _ with Lehmann's murder. The otnerj accused, Sgt- Willi Mueller. Sgu- Maj. Henrich Busch and Sgt. Wal- ter Wolf, are due for separate trials on conclusion of Perzen- case. GIVEN WARNING On one occasion "Wendt said. Lehmann had been investigated on ed Lehmann removed. s Detective Corporal A. 3- Bull. R.C.M.F.. said that last March he ashes all over the house." Of Gen. Crerar. former Canadian' i 1st Arrav commander who returns May Improved Benefits at Empire Club of Canada and the I Canadian Club of Toronto. Trt least SO tenants Winnipeg a principal in' against whom writs of pos- session have been issued, was read br Mr. Jsis'ke Dennis- toun. In addition Canada had a special, T part to play as interpreter oetween i" TOIIl Overseas gone to the Medicine Hat in- the VANCOUVER. an wbo was not then charged the murder, and another statement was f obtained. TOWV PLANNING URGED VANCOUVER. June 4f> 11 kenzie said depefincluded j Prime Minister Attics. Mountbatten. Admirals Stark of the United Admirals of the Fleet ningham and Sir James Lord Portal arid St A. i Great Britain and the United States TT- by reason of ner -exceptional know- UlCS I ledge" cf bosh nations. AIL i Mr. Edec reviewed the outlook in AiDerta Ion affairs and declared ae _____ was r.o The opportunities' CALGARY. J-jr.e for good were Ke urged his audience ere tor closer unity between i Commonwealth and the EDMONTON, June jmonton restaurant proprietors and' milk vendors have oeen requested by the city health department. co-operate in carrying out pro-, visions of the bylaw recently en-1 acted in connection with fee sale- cf miiv for consumption in re-1 staurants. Tite bjlaw provides that custom-i ers reQuerung fluid auss for oever-1 age purposes will be served in a oottle of the aza desired wioi the cap as placed 02 trie bottle by the dairy. The cap may be removed in I tne presence of ihe customer if so May Name Fire New Spy Suspects OTTAWA, Jtaae 27. The Ottawa said the final jtepwt the iwyal name fire j The bylaw was erected because 5 considerable variation has mam-, tamed in tee rsetnosl bv flmd purposes tile miik to repeated con- their arrest ami cmtMa voter the Official Act, at Ottawa, Montreal Toronto." It stid drafting the report had been The Journal said the report "likelr will not be released the spy eases currently before the eoarts hare been The Journal said the five sev snspeets not be detained in tbe same manner as the 13 picked o? last Feb. IS beeawte the erder'in-eoimeil corerisig: such has been rerek- Lehmann had been investigated on an Confer of I MUdator. India's deleeates to the a complaint that Lehmann had been conducting certain meetings. The report on Lehmann showed his action _ concerned a minor infrac- tion Oi .isciphne arrd that he had not been punished but simply warn- ed. This investigation was made about three months before the mur- der and it was the only complaint received against Lehmann. At the time of the there were about'9.000 prisoners in the sponsibihty of granting housing, priorities should be in the hands o; the Dominion government. He de- scribed the government's action in turning over this responsibility toi the mumcioahties as "passing the' buck." The government should continue to control priorities since it is one of the vital problems of the country. Major Saunders said. In a discussion on town planning. Major A. M. Robichaud of Bath- caniD and witness said that he was jurst. NJ3, said that "study and re- T-erv and had renuired the i search m modern town claiming help of several faithful" comrades, jhave become a problem which must Sex crimes were nurished inside the be crannied with, not onJv by the catnp. The Canadian authorities! big cities but also by every pro- knew little of these punishments, I gressive and future conscious town he said. !m the Dominion." The problem of I town planning.can no longer be ig- council now la session in New York. Alberta Coal Miners on Job CALGARY. June thousand Alberta coal miners, mem- bers of Ihe United Mine Workers of America, returned to work to- day following their one-dav protest strike By Typo Union Food Crisis Not Over Says Truman "WASHINGTON.. June President Tnraiari said today world food exists "is al- student-veterans EDVDNTON. June ef t. t KeUev. president of Local Mr. Mackenzie said tha' housing j tcrnatlonai Typographical Unioa for veterans is improving aut? fA announced a 1 time sne had devslooed acute ictes- tflat "it is by no means settled, i last niaiit tea' tr.e tmal InwsicatiOE. Housing organizations had "expelled" W ,Bamev> contractors now have struci: W1th 31 olh-er AMENITIES AGROUND but later acceptad the pt-si- PORTSMOUTH. Englard. Juse of comoosmg room superin-; tugboats are va: to 70.0-00 houses for veterans under j construction in the Dominion. DRAGGING FOR BOOT June 27. tendent at the Edmonton Journal, j standing by the Rev a! Navy Amen- c.ue to snare its food "duris? zzg months of hunger abroad." He released tins statement, to his press conference, asserting that tae States "will :uHy meet its _________ gsjal of SCCQ.OOO tors of 'focd "grains, but that nrral ssip- Jtae ments complete me total will net Killed In Fall he ORDERS FROM GERMANY Wendt said he nad not signed an nored. he added. "SA1AM PLACE YOUR Hail Insurance NOW WITH B. J. MERCHANT METCALFE BUILDING SEE US ABOUT FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE and to two of tries who drowned in tne river on Cook, chair- Tuesday. Reports reaching nere to Compensation Hoard its members. Carl C man and Alfred Fanulo. labor fietaUs of the drowning, representative. Union officials ad- dressed miner meetings at a num- ber cf points during tne Wednesdav layoff. The resignation of Marskell frons ities ship Menestheus. Eow'asround ard Neilsen. 25. elevator agent for leave American ports untU the I.T.U. and his acceptance of off the IsSe of Wignt Independent Gram Ccmpanv at J'-1-? Journal composing room super- Tne Menesheus was converted to Hussar, was kiHec teraocn he feU down fcot shaft ir. the elevator. LlQUOr reported today. T J T T I According :o reports frcm Hussar, increased JUtl JUly had gone to the top of the 3 a. Bride Ship Letitia Docks At Halifax NEWSPAPER HALIFAX, June of three bnde transports schedulea to VOTE FOR STRIKE BRANTFOHD. Ont., June of the United Steel Workers of America (CJO) em- ploved at the Brantford plant of, Companj- of Canada have; voted 88-6 in favor of sinks actiui j if necessary to enforce demands for higher wages and shorter hours, the i union announced todav-. OTTAWA, June Min- Gibsoi in the commons Weci- v resday criucized the Ottawa Sve- nir? Citizer" for the mariner In I pool repa.r shoes, lounges and a 1 brewery plant. 3he ran aground i en route from the Orient to tne 1 aavy oase at Spithead. SUPERVISOR JUNIOR ACTIVITIES S. Blaci. livestock supsrvnsor. has aopcmted supervisor of junior i activities to succeed F N. Miller, it i SUCCESSFUL M..WW V. LV arrive in Halifax this veek from' CLUiniNG the United Kingdom, the former hosmtal shio Letitia docked here! EDMC3OXXS. June todaj- with 526 wives 354 chil- tsonal dnve for c'othmg for the Ker oren of Canaoian servicemen. i peoples of war-torn Europe and' jns The Letitia will be followed by' Asia was concluded Wednesdav the Aquitania, due here tomorrow, j evening, with more than enrl "Velsrtn rfiija r officer had- R-C-AJP. search pa denied reoorts that shaft to sweep out bins. ininutes later his bodv was discovered at the bottom of the shaft br Kavmocd PocL Son of Mr and Mrs. Gotfred Nell- the youn? man. who served overseas for four vears. has been a resident of Hussar all his life la addition to his parents he :s sur- vived oy his wife, an aiglish war bnde, ard .ed from overseas ipart- ALTA. MOISTURE CONDITIONS VICTORIA, June of to Bnnsri Columbia per- 211; holders be increased by oee-third ra Jvuv-, W. Kennedy, cnairrnan cf Ijjjiior Control Board, announced today. Perrnit holders, wao la Jane wsre aole to purcoase only two octtles of spirits, in July "Kill be able to parciiase three bottles, ba: only one cf these icay DC Scotch. The ration: tiree quarts of spsrtts; or six osssa. pints cf fceer or aie; or two reputed quarts of imported wtns; or one gallon of domestic wme: cr any cam- of these quotas. and the Lady kelson, due Sanir- pounds of elor.h.ng collected in Kd- day. I monton. freamette MORI TENDtR MORI DILICIOUS. and.Grande Frame EDMOSTOST. June 27. LII..C e o-ec looi. _ He wjl, QVef on _ z- centra: Alberta1 "Tae Montreal story was earned 1 -___________________ elevators of a westers gram com- rn_ !p-P T-HK. ?an-v reflect by side with the R.C-A.F. of- fleer's denial. NO JURrSDICTIGN 'I don't want to give ray opinion VANCOUVER. June on this tyue of journalism.- Col., Justice J. iL Coady G.bson declared, "but the caper, Charles Claudm, French consul in fsjds 2 16, Bawlr 172. Others with shruld have been more considerate, th.ai supreme court, arOund inches included Tofield.! of the relatives of those who died British Colombia has no juris- viking. M.rJburn and Ifaverthorpe.. m the crash." I jftJS113 d D Condltlotl 'or Alberta stcod Tnes-, JOHN JACOB ASTOK Snaxlhi'SMava iT I compared'wiS NO PROHTBrTIOXiST' j year ago. j death not occur T waters, and the covxt has no o- B_.J Astor's Son. John Jacob, wants to, saia >U. Just.ce fellow his mother into tne ho cut not on her prohib.- i tlOn platform. ifra f Lady.Astcr. Viremia-bom parl-a- nesses to have a mania for killing 1 -J long for and dogs today list summer, waged tsmperarce. i martial'ed on two counts of "dis- 1C is a man's own resoonsio'lit. 'graceful condjct of a cruel knscT to deciae whether he will drinfe or of absent witncut 'eave 26 not." Mr Astor said at a press con- fcrence on bis candidacy as a Con- servative at a Plymouth bv-election has nothins to do with ms and I do not mtena to faring drink or j morals into Doliucs" ______KfLLIXG M-4NIA j THUHSLEY. Surrey. England., GARAGE AT CLARESHOL3I SCENE OF MORNING FTEE