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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 27, See Merit In Both 1LJL Soviet Plans Would Help Keep Alaska Road Open Says Flaiierty Highlights In The News i-tor kickins a police orTicer in Activities of a Chinese guerrilla the fare, James C. 21-f band which rescued Allied troops veteran in wmtby. from Japanese prison camps as n EDMOXTOX J-one S25 and costs, -atLeh in- i "by magic" were praised in the NEW YORK. June i peonies cf the Mountain States and I eiudeci the doctor's bill for :he sis British, cause of cojajuocs by Hector United Sstiozss atomic conferees ;efs ti.e issue deadlocked be- tween the opposite vjeiss of the tteitec! States "and Soviet Russia and Texas are pn of the cose prepared to pay a part; stitches "required to close the wound I McNeil, parliamentary under-secre- sc of the caused by the -or foreign affairs. A three-block sector of Medfcrd Edward J- Blake, Otwwa used car dealer, iraj. sentenced to and Although 350 harvesters haie so IsusbaneJ of Xor- far been issued traielhng warrants District Attorney Carl B. Shel- 1. .X. storcic energy commission hsd Mr. Flaherty said he is anxious f been polled yesterday for their to see a Canadian coraaiissioner set. ce separate control programs advanced by the United arid Hussis, all bar those two great pow ers were agreed there -srere s.__ Erasures of merit-in both plars. He added, however, that the ?ov- economic collabcra- tension proimcial de- Onlr Poland gave unaualifiec en- of the United States; O-Toaras partment of asnctilture. dorsement to the Hessian plan, ha: -niisht as well forget about occupation of SToraay. it was gtnera-y agreed the two pro- over Russia to the Orient a: ccsais might be weMec into a stratsst; 10 end the threat of warfare. the members of the com- mission optimism 01 er the possibilities cf the pro- posals into ope integrated program. chairman. Foreign v of o 1 C T" Australia, set up an atcmlc treriSES OOC12U L 3Ji committee to beam at once the task _ __ _ cl-rflal Budget Tie coiEinittes represents sll the __ is'israsbers ca the "cosrsission in- OTTAWA, June '27. Wish j youth's mental status. dumber production by 7S2 sails A Bucharest broadcast said a ter- Qf total- i rorat organization in Romania had I led" 000 board in April.; been discovered recently which coinaarec' irsth board j to oppose the Union March. m 'R'2r Between the British-American powers snd Rus- liisnber Ease Regulations In U.S. Army ems ase the amount of income es- j 15, enough ro permit, the meat board aliens. As each taxpayer pays i jO seilti pounds of canned on th" total income less the amouni j meat to the United Nations Belief __jmp; anv increase in the ex- emption wo'uld be of general oene- and Behab-Jitation Associauon. Bccy of Walter Dakewich, 26- resident of Dariiras. Aita., recovered in Long lake. Oper- Ontario _oa. are continuing in an sions. Mr. Pattiraja also announced he lias ordered stricken from army regulations an order that "officers are required to wear distinctive laiifcrms. live apart from their men in garrison ana to confine their social contacts to other oSicsrs." Whales Killed By Sunday 'Quake POHT AL352CCI. B.C.. JU36 27. A fortcae in shales sought today off Cape Seale on the ccass of Vancouver Island- aa sltennsth. of Sundays, earthqiiake. Kve dead -whales -srere seen off the Cape, apparently kslled by de qujOs possibly oy and The fishermen se; out "Wednesday 10 them to port. It bs a 500- to Hose Harbor on the coast the Quesn Charlotte Islands, the nearest poin; at cas be sold conuaerciaHy. tfakewol AH the delicious, fhTrai-qaeichir.g refreshment cf rec! soda foun- tain drinks, mcde in your own the smart summer freatmadepcsablewfthCanada Dry SparMing Water the world's best dofa soda! Yes, thanks Jo Canada Dry's "Pin Point ycor hosne- dnnfcs v31 sicy lively right down to {he last sip spcrHIng fruit-cdes with fresh fruit, coolers wish soft drink extracts, party purKties, all made easily, quickly, :n your own home AsSc your dealer for a free copy of Ccncda Dry's bright recipe folder, packed with ideas for home- made sparkling treats! CAHADA DRY SW-S6 WATER i "ie insurance business until discharged i shed o' th" man's ho: reduced ,ere -as Detect by appeals court. perSef filleraav'S, archbishop the budge; las: f such, a tax at four or five per ceni msv be izinosed and will apply to all "salaries and to a of Is is explained than if this pro- posal is carried out and ir is k tfce cabraec has given iz a grea; deal of considerstion. every person a salary of or_ more will pay the same, between S50 and and those tmder that amount comparatively less. Surprise Won D OlUl PctrrdJll tion of Msgr. Martin Lajeunesse. A coniiriending the Ca- nadian Broadcasting Corporation for recognizing and acting on the democratic principle of free discus- was passed by delegates si- Armed men raided a diamond pohshmg factory near Tel Aviv, held up the manager as pistol point, sad escaped with diamonds and cash worth, several thousand pounds sterling. Fulvia Suvich, fornaer Italian am- bassador to the United States who I was sentenced to 24 years-' im- prisonmem la March. 1945. for his terdin" the 'annual convention of service as Mussolini's under-secre- l4i-itoba Federation of Agri- tary for foreign affairs, has been re and Co-operation at "Winni- peg. _ A total of in re-establish- ment credits have been dra-KH by 1.7SS northern Alberta, veterans during the month of Jane, There are registered un- emp'oved in the three_nrairie pro- vinces" with umiUed jobs at pardoned by Alcide de Gasperi, j premier and acting head of" the Italian republic. Suggestion the; Dominion July called "the national day" vras made in the senate bT Hon. 'T., Anthanase David as he supported the Canada Day bill. entire man 01 was ted to memory by a handful of com- manders and never entrusted to paper, the vay to the 1940 _______ _...... A board of 13 physicians is said j j present time and shortage _ 01 to have prepared a report susgest- ?p j materials is a factor in the "slight- j jag that Sins Ananda ifahidol of ly ture. employment psc- James "Witcheriey was sentenced empire. months in jail when convicted in Edmonton cf being in illegal pos- was the victim of an assassin. Georges Morsier, 36, of Quebec j City, one of four men arrested fav i ___ months of planning' -went session of moronine. Agnes the attack which, when it Mvers who fac'ed the same charge, i seized -venicle ana cigarettes in it ckised. Two .into ___ came at dawn. Dec. 9. 1940, cleared i eivsn sis months in jail and i the Italians out of Egypt in one j fined" S2CO and costs or an addi- week. in an unbroken 50Q-nnle ad- j nonal three months. vanes captured Tobrulc, destroyed following seizure of a I truck containing American cigarettes smuggled into Canada, was fined S500. He also lost his to -meet costs 01 his court case. an entire Italian army of four i corps and filled the "cages" with prisoners. Eazei eved Bvelvn Browder, former head of the Communist party in the tTnited i arrived in 2STew York bv Stanton. who advertised herself plane and was booed by scms per- in "Cupid's ss m love with J sons which gathered as he was "Effect of is how Gen. "Fantasy and was in- leaving La Guarcoa Pield. 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