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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WeatKer COOC, BAINS VOL 167. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JUNE 16 PAGES LETHBRIDGE TO HONOR WAR VETERANS O.P.A. Bill Is Troops Act Given Lauds Canada President Truman Acts Fol- lowing Resignation of Chester Bowles strongly- mji worded rejection of the O.P-A. ex- said of suostantial. tender uhich both houses had pass- Dncs increases vould be ed onginailv by large majorities. The cost of living vould climb rapid- these developments followed swut- ]v ?nd "clack markets would mul- j iy tiply ______ 1. Chairman Brent Snence CDem HERBERT HOOVER Who has just completed a 50.000- mile world food investigation tour ___ for President Truman, a visitor POINTS OF SIMILARITY to Canaoa. yesterday. He paid tn- The s'ate's attorncv 's statement. bute to the "Dominion's contribution to recorters this morning was made after" he said nonce hsd discovered t Kne points of similarity between fingerprints on the Degnsn. ransom note and those of the student, huskj William Heirens Tuohy and police woised through .the night and early morning hours S after the discovery late yesterday. j Heirens. strapoed on a bed in the i iaii hospital, remained silent through hours of questioning after Tuohy said he haa told him about, the "similarity, i In meetins Heirens. who sunereo !head injures Wednesday when he was seized by police fer questiomuiK about a burglary, Tuonv said he told him i "We are convinced that the fingerprints on the ransom note is your print." TURN IN SLATING The new turn in the investigation of the brutal slaying ana dismem- berment of the six-year-old Degnan child after she was kidnapped from her north side home last Jan. 7 came yesterday shortly after Richard Russell Thomas. 42. art ex-convict held m Phoenix. Anz. repudiated a sSorv he told there that he was the i Chicago police offi- cials. who have questioned some oersons in erlorts to solve the crime! nad flown to Phoenix to in- terrosate him. Tuohy said the fingerprint discov- erv was made by police oSicers! making a routine "check of fingerprints. Capt Emmet Evans, head of the i investigation bureau for OTTAWA, June Limp with the heat, the com- mons becan a three-day recess today after wadir.p through another six hours of mingled Business dominated by the esti- mates of tbe health department. Members will return Tuesday, the 1st holiday behind them, to renew their efforts is dispose of the business separ- ating- them from prorogation. They were still deep within the health estimates when they rose last night and gave Health Min- ister Clapton rehef from a steacy baraee of questions, many of them concerning proposals the federal government mads to the Dominion- provincial comerence. SEGCKITE TAX PL Mr.-'Claxton threw TIO new light on those proposals butrha -did -re- iterate they were partly based on the levying of a new social security tax on incorce of somewhere be- tween three and five per cent. Much of the discussion centered on old age pensions. "We have given every possiols ccnsideranccx ic> f." question of old age pensions and I must sav I do not see how the government can______________ pav these pensions which will be war bonds and numerous other contributed to bv the oeople except j iteins which they valued at i on a nationwide the min- i Tuonv said Keirens. who lives m ister said. "It is difficult to see how j suourban Lincolnwood, had been j it will be done without either a aefinitelv linked with several Chi- Cwnstitutional amendment or by 1 esg.; burglaries and that police had agreement with the provinces." j established that his fingerprints cor- He insisted that the social secur- j respond wuh those found in an as- ity provisions were interlocked with sault on Lieut Evelyn Peterson. vears and a veteran of 41 years of; fingerprint work. said. "I am con- vinced that the two prints Here made bv the same man." TOOLS" DISCOVERED Police disclosed had search-' ed dormitory room on the campus and round thrse i guns, a detachable surgical knife, a detachable surgical saw. a bypoder- j mic set, cameras, jewelry. S2.IOO j the whole, integrated Dominion pro- 1 osals and rejected suggestions that arrangements be made seoarately vith the provinces Lawrence Skey (P C Toronto Tnnity urged a sea- conference on the pensions of the same organization to 1 imprisonment for carrying arms and explosives Another member of the band was given hie im- prisonment for shooting a British soldier. Troops and police cut telephone lines isolating areas to be searched. Intercity telephone communication was disrupted Unaware of a ban on outgoing cables, rewspsper correspondents were unabel to file their first ac- counts of the operations until 10 am., nearlv six hours after thej becan Later the government an- nounced that a "rudimentary foim" of press censorship had been placed on all outgoing press cables for 24 hours. REPRESENTS JEWISH PEOPLE LONDON, June The Jewish agency for Palestine is the body recognized by law as re- jear-old- anr.r- nurse who was at- OTTAWA, June Paying tribute to Canada's con- tribution to the world's food supplies. Herbert Hoover saui Friday night that "it now seems assured that the tragic gap of about tons in minimum supplies now can be j thus apparentlj preventing starvation arounri the i globe." [Rodeo, Hell Drivers, Par- ade, Bands on July 4, 5 and 6 first peacetime celebration in a number of years is scheduled for Thursday. Friday and Saturday of next week. WELCOME FOR VETERANS And with memories of the Second Great War stiH vivid, it is commendable that directors of the Di? show have decided home veterans of the three services at the rall-r. The have no stone un- turned to provide an outstand- ing program and it only rr- mains now for Uie -weather DULL in smile se. that from the eitv and surrounding district can -attend aid enjoy than- thorouchlv. Lethbridse exhibitloE. centre, scese cf rnanv oa5t summer cele- j brariocs. has had its face lifted for scext weeSc's show Hundreds of I gallons of white painc have beea. I used, to bngatsn vo tne grandstand, ftrss ased for the Dry Tanning: 1 Cocgress m 1912. fences. buSdings. refreshment and 1 structures. All been. 1 lively tnmmed in yellow. Tee grandstand, has been re-roofed at i considerable ccsi to protect in even; of rair. VFTER4SS' DAT The arogram will be essy to fel- low Thiu3dar. Julv 4, is "Veter- j ans' and wo- ioien in tiionsaccs are. espeerefi to I srapfd snd enioy themselves as guests of As- (Sty. HstaQ houses j will close 1 pjn. to permit erc- j plovees to attend. A j carsde arranged bv the i .Tur.fcr Chaaiber of Coaomercs. I 'asinch the show, j the business area at 10 ajs. Seven i banns -will be featured- la. the lead, wii: be Gene Autry. HoJlywocfi's sinsirsp covvboy. Se will arrive by alr'frora south, on the previoos dar. Tn the afternoon the nrosram. to tise aththi-iosj Hejmari linders rode y at o'ciocS: and each. of "fSA aflsracon show wSl be Ccwgirl RocgerE-' ridins. the famed TSoiana Quadnlls. nding- of 3iE tinderman. world's cimmpiori caw- and otters. 1 Lucky "Lort's Hell Dri-rerj 1 to the Cit-r from Pekin. HI, rrt ft rercmmenced ss care-csvil snts'' ----Hectares Herbert HOOVer tainers. Then- show has ceSsbtad __________________I patrons in cities and s ready for presentation at Jodav's HKetin? of the foreign ministers cOuncU. Dctasfe of tfes psan not disclosed except far a hint that it -was along the Hues of inlemaUonalrans: the Adriatic port which both Italy and YttSO- sla.-ia. demand under eutrisht sovereignty. C.XBfNET MISSION LEAVES FOR LONDON NEW DELHI. June cabmet -mission left New Delhi for London todav after months of on tne shapro? of Indian independence, simultaneously British authorities announced an cisbt-meniber evocative council -will administer a tem- porary governme- lor India pend'nj; election of a relations perhaps St the United States supreme ed for a decision today. Tnal Examine. S Wslsor. of tne NJLJrUJ. yestercav er.dec a five-day hearing of charges that, the St Petersours; Times and the Evening Independent refused to bargain collectively with local 860 started last Nov. 20. CRUSHED UNDER. GRAVEL I RED DEER, June The wife, of a recently-married' Neison, 18-jear-old workman was THE LEFT HAND (Continued on Page Four.) 11W SVAPfcltfi IC H i V E i killed today uhen he was crushed cay or "within the succeeding three or "four csys He said there was a "50-50 chance" the atomic bomb wculd be drooped Monday as originally plan- ned. EVERYTHING READY Everything is ready. If the de- men equipment ZERO HOCR But every non-target A newspaper poll of peonle in Sydney's streets Friday revealed that ship and! a few persons weie uneasy about every man must be out of the lagoon the atomic bomb tests and one ......cclumnist told the story of how some Svdney residents were over- heard olannmg Monday visits to the two hours before the bomb is to be detonated Admiral Blandy's decision wil! iundT a load of" grave! where he i cision is more than denend on the weather Today hills in case the bomb explosions i da clear If meteoroloical re- I caused some sort of a tidal wave. CALG.MtY. June The whole riijht of Trades and Ulbor Council with its 4.UOO c.ltl affiliated members will be throvm behind the strik- ing: beer waiters, it was decided at a meeting of the council "last night. A committee was set up to organize mass picketing for Monday. July 1 when it was ex- pected hotels will at- tempt to open their parlors with non-union staffs. RECORD IMPORTS OTTAWA. June imports reached a record high of for the first five months of 1946. Trade Minister MacKinnon was workin" near Penhold, i O1OHJI.1 j V r military personnel, scientists, i dawned clear. If meteorological re- I caused some sort of a tidal wave. announced tocsaj. VIC GHEZZI WITH rr.lCONSFIELD GOLF CLIB, Qne, June vjc of Knoxviile. Tenn_ came back with a bins: today in the Canadian open ?olf championship and oat a 69. three under par in the third round to make his 54-hole total 309, one Skip Alexander ot Lexinjten, N.C, who had itiushea a few minutes earlier with 29S. CALGARY BEEK P REMAIN CLOSED CALGARY. June Calgary ?er parlors remained closed today, the fifth day of the beer waiter strike and while hotel- men remained silent on their plans to re-open, labor aTOwps made plans to assist in picketing and other action support of tbe strikers. PROTEST NO PROVISIONS IN BUDGET PENSIONERS CALGARY, June charging that no visions for old age pensioners were mace in the 1946 budget an- nounced recently by Finance Minister J. Tbley, were sent to "Mr. ILsley, Prime Minister Mackenzie Kinr, an Brooke CUxton, of health, by the National Social Securit; AssOciatiOm here, it announced today. ;