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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta of no c.t PAGE SIXTEEN Attlee Says Free Press Is Most Important Part of Democracy 3JOXTXXC, Minister Ati day "there cratic ipir a free represents ope the TrKisr essential a democracy.' The prime ing ihe first the sewspaper Walter Th; of the 3 sosneed'S return t A WORLD- go into the -bathroom and ifaea vwaaawi itocnpanks in Pe, hell come running do'am to me and I mo npsn horse ir? the tell me there's a dead horse in the bath tub. and 111 say, 'sure. I kneisr that an hour PKOFESSOK AT LARGE tSr. Caiharmes Standard) :er the increase was possible by tha cuts in the sugar allocation] for cakes and flour, confectionery and beer. Today a; hmchtune I saw a girl's hat oloT off into the street: she a dressed, and her distiess was piu- able 10 see. The hat was a. small j i j Appeal Liberates f Edmonton KDMONTOX May. nd after Leiha Hayes. 63. or Ecunon.on round gray felt gourd. >s was terrific, because he had to find his original ticks; 10 Snow where he was going. "Are your eggs the hen doesn't realize I've go; them yet." JOBS FOR SCOTS (Hdinb'jrgh Scotsman) _ oneration was the person upon street, under someooay elses i "Mrs. Haves allegedly oper- oM lalopv. Sure gcougii she had her -Kitinn three aunures: sunpenng pathetically he fished out the hat, and his reward was a smile. But at five o'clock I saw a young J. "Westwood. secretary of state te I -arorSman lose Ms cap j. secreisry oi for Scotland, speaking at the annual' f201 wnat nappenec? _ Mrs. Hayes had been held in Fort Saskatchewan jail since her con- ll Supreme Court J convention of the Royal Burghs of Scotland in Edinburgh, said there ions peered coarsely, young women j Studies snisgered and sharpened their fing- ers'at PIT" and a big fat capitalist in a blue car rode right over his cap jusi as he was snatching for it. Muskox Will Enjoy Leave After Lone Trek The su- OTTAWA, May preme cours of Canada is hearing argument in a test case to decide if member of a provincial legis- lature can deduce expenses incur- income tax OUT OF A JAR! WHENEVER a niessy job looms, that's the time for ''Invisible You don them by simply applying a protective film of "Protek" cream., one of the handiest products of chemical research; The ladies like "Protek" too. They pat it on before cleaning, painting, polishing: then rinse it and all dirt off quickly with, water, when the job is done. is just another instance of the way in which chemistry works seeming wonders, easing so many of our daily burdens with bright new products. indemnity in returns. C. Matiaffy, former Independent In iiis income tax of 1S41. James member for Calgary in the Alberta lesislature. xenoned nis indemnity EDMCNTCX, Mav of S2.QOQ as part of riis income, but ticn Muskox. SJOO-mile median- j deducted certain expenses incurred ized trek across the face of Can- wnen away from Calgary attending ada's Arctic a success, prepared to breafc in Edmonton today, most of its members getting 30-day leaves before reporting back to their respective military units. completion of the 81- dav jaunt across snow and ice from Churchill. !Man_ m ten snowmo- biles, members cf the force wexe housed temporarily in Edmonton's armories. ror most their cot beds provider the first night's rest between sheets i since they began their unprecedent- legislature sessions in Edmonton The deductions totalled S236.35. j The minister of national revenue refused to the deductions. Mr. ilahaffy appealed to the ex- i cheouer court where Judge J. O. A. Cameron found in favor of the minister's ruling and dismissed the j appeal with costs, ilr. Mahaffy then appealed to the supreme court. CEHJXGS DON, Slay Occuoational Grouo ed expedition to test men and ma- i announced ilondav it was chines azainss nortnem weather mfssases ra Prime Mmistex and 10 gather scientific data. I_t.-CoI. P. Bsird, 34-year-oia sending messages to Prime Mmisier Mackenzie King and federal gov- ernment officials requesting restor- creases granted____ others, expected to be m Eomoa- jf lts request for a return to the. ton about two weeks. He will pre- 11944 ceilings were not granted by pare tte repons on the expedition's 1 June 1. the council would endorse j fincmgs and will then make his j the recent uJFC. demand for z. 20 reponTto Cttavra. Changes in the special northern military clothing and in the snowmobiles will result from his recommendations. Col. Baird paid tribute to the R.C. A.F. '.hich kept the expedition sup- plied from the air, and to the re- mote outposts of the Royal Cana- dian Mounted Police in Che north- land. per cent increase in the pnces of farm It suggested the price of wheat be kept ai S1.55 a. bushel and that wages and the prices of other goods be fixed at parity prices by a royal commission. It, also requested a meeting with provincial govern- ment representatives to discuss price ceilings and oatrols. Army Defaulters Numbered OTTAWA. May total of j 7.632 men failed to comply with mobilization oraers. Labor Minister Mitchell reported in the commons Mondav in reply to a question by j John Diefenbaker (P.C.. Lake Cen- j B? provinces the defaulters j were: Quebec. 5.726: Ontario, Bntjsh Columbia, 251; Manitoba. 150: Saskatchewan, 98; New Bruns- vick. 74: Alberta. 23: Kova Scotia, 5, and Prince Edward Island, 2. TROOPS SAIL FOR HOME SOUTHAMPTON. Enclar.d. May Imer De os Prance sailed Tuesday for Habfax with 5.700 Canadian servicemen in- cluding Lt.-Gen. Pnee Montague, former Canadian army chief of staff. The troops were travelling m "Canada crafts" and not by units. SERIOTJSLT INJURED ES' MONTREAL FTRE MONTREAL May persons were injured, two seriously, when the top two SoonS of z St. Paul street building were burned out by a two-alarm Sre today. Mrs. Lionel Marcouk. 36, and Ernest Eman who jumped to tne' street were taken to hospital. Mrs.' with a probable fracture, of both legs and possible fracture of the and Eman with a POS- j sible fractured skull and barns. Lucile Dcsrnarais. who also jump- ed, suffered a fractured Christine Smard was overcome by smoke. In addition, fireman Sourci was slightly injured by fall- ing bricks. SAY WAY PAVED FOR SERVING CANADIANS THROUGH CHEMiSTRT NEWSPAPER! ifay major ob- stacle to ermgration from Britain to Canada is removed by the new i regulation permitting transfer of t British funcs to this country, in she' opinion expressed here Tuesdav by H. P C Cressweli chief commission- er nf Cariadian Railway q of innrugrauon and col- onization, who making a ;nn through the west. Mr. Cressweli said he t-.r.derstood that, bv the regulation, a British immigrant can. with the approval of the Bank of Englard. up M 5 (XX) pounds to Canada by instalments normally covering a period of four years. I V.S. F t XDS DISAPPEAR VANCOUVER. May I of S3550 in United States war bonds and postal sav- 1 ings certificates from a metal cash i boy in a trunk shioped bv W. O. Gmther of Vancouver from NJ3. to Vancouver was being '.wes- tigated. The loss was discovered after the trunk had cleared customs in Van- corn