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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE Lycabetius street. prominent thoroughfare in Athens, will be re-named Mackenzie King street in a P ARLIAMENTARV NEWS BULLETINS JL OTTAWA, June Prime t to a bill to cut from fivs to linister Mackenzie Kinz aanouseea i per cent the interest rate on debts Asks Withdrawal Of Murder Charge Russia Begins to Indicate Her Plans For Future of Germany By 3. M. 3OBERTS, JK. cation of being OTTAWA. June Mem- bers ps. all sides of siie hsase ap-j loglcai i piauded sympathetically in e-ooi- taxes >ns last night wizen Finance Min- ister Usley disclosed in his budget a. concession for provincial legisJa- ___ ___ tors. j obviously it relieves some- He announced an amendment to j one Of a tay liability at the expense lois" _ _ Minister Mackenzie King amsouacea 1 per i ._ .-_. j_- .nn- (Associated Press Foreign Affairs 1 Now the attacks on jstates idea, by -ipon- jsored Sociailss Unity party Ja Ger- -wai remember. to make her zaores Trail through teddtaj of d to the future cf Germany. -Ketroacs've legislation is always ted bus, u> respect to tax- an elected member of a pro- vincial legislature paid an al- lowance for expenses incidental to the discharge of his duties, the al- lowance would be deemed not to be taxable income io the extent of not more than a third of the aggregate of his normal sessional indemnity and the expense allowance. i one ol a tai uaumij providing tnat, of general taxpayer and in this mber of a pro- i articular case the amount of relief being re-nareed "in recogni- live until Jan. i, 1S47. OTTAWA, sharo i tion of the gratitude of the Mr. King said there were a cum- increase in the tiase lost through Greek people to the Canadian ber of technical details which prime minister and the Can- be worked out before people for the moral which, clarifies and defines Cana For months ibe eyes of toe west- ern AUies have been turned oa Bus- circles ia bosii Berlin and Mos- Social Democrats and Com] in the BussSaa zone> of fso it could be a part of -what seems to be a general So- particular case me given amounts to many millions of KOT COMJMUETE EQUITY RBOIKA, June cf the Saskatchewan Wheat Pooi said in a statement tocay tnat while a three-year averaging of farm income for tax purposes, pro- material assistance play i re-raace whoSe, the stage being the get Xor a which. Ttftfrrs tbe other post-war dsagreementz between tae Allies pale into tosig- aiSeance. Taat raight be indicated by the Socialist Unity parw of federates! for a "uaiSed asd todivisiole' re- such com-1 public. _ of British Columbia loggers nesses ed as a ers. A military had bee: commons today gave third reading [of man-days. g wich a la, contended DROP ATOM BOMB SUNDAY Montrealers Face Arrest As Spies? em- ploved ii the interest of profit and sccuritv. As a result, audiences are grow- ing smaller. The trial has been dominated by legal wrangling incomprehensible to the average the mon- otonous introduction of unrevealing documents and affidavits. Perfect Shoot With German V-2 Rocket WH1TJH SANDS. N.M.. June test firing of a German V-2 rocket, the sixth ia a series of army ordnance experiments, result- ed in "a. perfect the public western Kurdistan. No mention was made of govemment, losses. START MARKING PAPERS EDMONTON. Juae marking of grade 9 aad grade 11 examination capers will commence on July 2 with" approximately 250 Alberta teachers doing the job vhich will take about three weeks to com- plete, educatioa officials announced today. There will be papers from about candidates. HARVEST "WARRANTS ENDED EDMONTON. June will continue until next week, TIE FOR GOLF LEAD BEACOH55TELD GOLF CLTJB. Que.. June Vines, former U.S. Davis Cup teams play- er, shot a sensational un- der the second nine today for an IB-hole total of 65 to share witn Gord Brydson of Toronto MiS- sissauga the leadership or the Ca- nadian open at that stage. Each had a two-day IS-hole total of 138. SATISFACTORY PROGRESS TORONTO. June Mr. Justice S. E. Richards of Winnipeg, appointed by the government as commissioner in the dispute between than 500 warrants have been issued! Canadian Seamen's Uaion and to Alberta men to travel to Oatario j thg operators of 29 lake shipping relations office at the White Sands i to help with harvesting ia the east- I cornpanies. said at a coaier- proving grounds reported. It was not immediately determined wheth- er the orojectile reached techni- goal of a record 100-mile alti- tude. HAKT LEAVES MILLION. DISINHERITS ONLT SON LOS ANGELES. June S. Hart, retired cow- bcv actor who died last Sunday, disinherited his only child, Wil- liam S. Hart, Jr., 24. government employee, in a will that be- queathed most of the estimated estate to the county of Los Angeles. LESS SUGAR ern arovince. filling the quota of farm-help allotted to Alberta, de- partment of agriculture officials an- nounced today. No more transpor- tation warrants will be issued here. CATTLE RUSTLER SENTENCED ence today "negotiations are pro- gressing satisfactorily." FURTHER PRICE RAISE IN OH. NEEDED Mavor W. F. Stone of North Bay, at the closing ses- sion vesterday that only 11 hours and 45 minutes had bsen devoted to actual business" during foiu-- day conference. Others said not sufficient time had been, allowed for consideration of resclunras. Mavor J. W. Cornere of Vancou- ver today expressed regret over the criticism. "We onlv to show delegates that the cl'v appreciated the choice of Vancouver as the conference city." SEEK TO HEAL BREACH EDINBURGH, June fCJP. Henderson Stewart. found Thursday in a London hotel room. Marshall, described as a laborer, mace no statement a; the arraign- I meai iffs trial was sec for Julr i 10. Meanwhile, acting on a tip. Scot- j land Yard men conceatrated oa Wimbledon, where tennis cham- i pionsnips aow are ia nrosress. in j their search for a former HvA.F. i officer wanted for Guestioaiajj in j connection with, the killing of Mar- jorie Gardner, film extra, ia an- i other London hpte! last week. i Authorities said no progress had been made in the bizarre slaying two weeks ago of Miss Elizabeth McLindon, former housekeeper for King George of Greece. KiCHASES Announcing the appointment of RON BAUMAN as otir firing pifet anc at Senyoc You are cordially invited to drop in a; our office to meet lion or phone at our number 3380 for infor- mation or appointment. Kepler Aviation Lid. Kenyon field, of the Dominion." 1 tries by a uniform rate of two per j writ has been issued by a county i in Edmonton became the property court judge, does not aSeci opera- j of the department, of veterans" af- tions of the Central Housing and fairs today and will be used as a Mortgage Corporation, a spokesman i convalescent home for long said. patients. tTJTP He that the cent rinalitiFS should represented in The deliberations of the nrovineial- Corninion conferences also, labor yhould be rnFi'-ed the guarantees of tbp .Atlantic Charter. WANTS TO SELL HIS EYE SEATTLE. June _ Wilson, jobless 24-year-old former Mavor Ainlay. Edmonton. wants to sell one of his light criticized the Dominiors soveminer.t j blue eyes to finar.ce himself in a d'jrirj? the last election business of his own. "Someone es" if it f'oes not intend i figure I can see as well with one implement such a prognm. I as with two. anyway." INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE FRO5I QUE.. N.B. PREMIERS OTTEBEC. June CHICAGO. June ._. ______ ficient evidence has been obtained ......___ of Quebec told reporters so far to justify returning to Chi- he was receipt of I cago the 42-year-old "singing ptset told Phoenix, Aiiz., authorities he" was" the kidnap-slayer of Suz- Degnan. State's Attorney Wil- liam J. Tuohy said today. The Finarce Minister Ilsley's budget speech in the house of commons last right "to study it with ex- Saint John. Premier McNair i Chicago" investigators flew fo Phoe- of" New Bnmswick today resen'ed j nix to the man, Richard comment on Mr. Ilsley's plan. I R. Thomas. ATTHElJOWEffTOOST A MONTH FOR A LOAN repayobfe in 12 nxwrfniy (eqaol fo inferesf per annum) Set tke manager or afcoitntant of your nearett BtfM brancb >K OF BURNS' EGG and POULTRY BUYING STATION MOVING JULY 1st TO 4TH STREET AND 6TH AVENUE S. (Opposite Lethb ridge Laundry) We will accept deliveries of Eggs and Poultry at our old premises, 610 Third Avenue South, on Saturday, June 29th, and after that date at the new location. We take this opportunity of thanking our patrons for their co-operation in the past and will welcome you and other new shippers at our new and improved prem- ises after July 1st. BURNS COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 2388 4TH STREET AND 6TH AVENUE S., LETHBRIDGE LICENSE A-17 INEWSPAPERif NEWSPAPER! ;