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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE Hitler Eager To Keep U.S. Out NUER2JBERG. May crf o-; sacrifice. Mrs. T. Haythome Akery. The Ira-tSp original pcera ea- titled "What of Tomorrow." Re- -urned girls in the service pinned corsages on the mothers and Unless the swollenshoot disease, ing the 3rd Siorrnont. Dondas and attscls cocoa trees, is soon 1 Glengarry Highlanders, will cem- csntrolSed she a hole future of the', maud !h? Canadian contingent. African Gold Coast will be j marching in the London gered. a department of agriculture Victory parade June 8. official said at a press conference. Wolid William Reid of ejected president of Musical Association for 1P46-47 az the annual meeting of the associa- tion in Regina. iztag for his ova. use the sen-ices j annyTnavv and air'ftorce'march-> shcse on TOa OA fOliT OlltCil jTrOCi I Art n-nmcm public funds. A fourth charge, thai service a" MaJW Brig. Lister fraudulently several "-aia :he Empire J Ployed PuoUc property by causing elei ion and food and coal to be cclnered to his (..ii.ure.ii, 35- j 1 residence in Amsterdam, was Pic-ram spoke 02 behalf of she Cardston Cf the 1.885 cases reviewed bv a j Cropped. J -iap> we AU were presented c >n aartta board of review head- j J5JL a-. where names ci service who had served from Cardston and cistnci. The celebration came to a grasd Saskatchewan ei by Mr. Justice KJeiller McKar.' seniences were reduced in 1.730; cases, it was disclosed in a return; tabled in the Oaawa commons fE F., nken and reckless drivi-s on The Kindergarten Kids of North m th ial hishways will be followed Toronto public schools have started Saskatchewan. a procession to donated nreinisrs'on BKEj i north Yonge Street tc receive iree He BREAK FROM AKMY he obtained the OTTAWA. May on motions supporting two national flap designs was postponed Wedjies- day after an exchange of opinion in the parliamentary flag committee. When the committee resumes on Thursday or Fridav it will be asked i to vote for either: 1- A red ensign with a golden fiy ol bers who previously shot ant: gravely wounded a policeman brought 1.5CO police to northern Harlem to search for the escaped men. The province of San Juan. Buenos j small amount of radioactive gas is Aires, scene of disastrous earth- added to the gas being studied. The small electrical currents the rays one. announcing or musical eve- HE OVERDID" IT PEEKSVILrs. N.Y. May j Travis, nine, who ea's I marbles, wound up in a hospital yes- Digs For Nugget As "Consequence" On Radio Show YELLOWKNifK, Y.T.. May IliiLTUieS. UU 111 a Vta- i terdav because tie overdid it. Phv- j Holland, Los Angles unique goldseeker. was cigging lor a nugget on the new Salnuta gola sicians, with the help of X-ray, counted 18 in his stomach. He said he swallowed thstn on a a piece of chalk thrown, in for ysod measure. cuaks in January. 1944. was severe- ly shaken by an earth tremor Wed- nesday. Considerable damage was reported from the town of Media Agua. Outlawed bands have brought such a reign of terror tc the Car- pathian iOOtliills in the border- lands of Poland, Slovakia and the Dkraine thai a state of emergency akin to martial law has been pro- claimed. Czechoslovak authorities say they believe the men are lea fay four or Sve fugitive German gen- erals. The Kins sn-d Queen attended a ceremony commemorating the sec- of St. Bartholo- life. He said he had been on ;he _ verge of a nervous breakdown co- AS Hen Aaron walked along a' wards the end of July 1945 Montreal Street he was The defendant said" he also used stopped oy two armed oandits who the flat as a headquarters from demanded his money. Possibly fce- which to supervise army welfare cause there were too many nasssrs- activities generally. h., i Photographs weve submitted by the defence of a "very large and luxuriously turaished home" oc- cupied by Gen. Simonds and his two aides-de-camp outside Apel- rJ. told the men took to their heels before they had the S2.COO in his pocket. The government of Northern Tre- land said that it vwuld not release i doorn. Iiunger-striker Da-rfd Fleming from j Brig. Lister said its civilian staff prison "under anv circumstances." i included -three highly qualified CONSTIPATED SICK HEADACHES? TAKE BEECHAM'S VEGETABLE LAXATIVE PILLS a nugget on field of the Sl.GOO hell collect if he finds it. His actual spaceworfc at tne new goldfie'd climaxed an air trip from jjjg-yv. hoscital bv King Henry VH! Los Angeles where as guest oi a radio show he was assigned to bring back a sample of gold from tne i north's newest gold camp by May it- ?f imprisoned in Belfast, and 1 Jnhn McCaughey. confined in the I Maryborough prison in Hre, were reported so weak from hunger! strikes they might die. They for- merly were members of the outlaw- ed Irish Republican Army. Request of the Alberta Farmers Union for a grant of some S5.COO to cover memfaershic of Lament Muni- cipal District farmers in the organ- was turned down by the at a meeting at Lament. and four or five gardeners, all from public funds. He testified that Gen. Simonds also had 16. Hell get S1.POO if he completes if not hell radio show's Kgo. Prime Minister Mackenzie said in commons that the govern- ment; hopes and expects that there will be an exchange of high cora- Members of "the best suite in the Amstel hotel. Amsterdam, permanently reserved." PRAISES LISTER Maj.-Gen. Sir Miles Graham of London, officer in charge of the administration of the British 21st Army Group, testified for the de- fence, stating: "I should say the Canadian army could not possibly i hsve had a better officer than Lister as its administrative chief. j Jfot only Canada owes him a tre- I mendcus debt of gratitude but his submitted to the committee. 2. A Sag composed of red and white triangles bearing a green maple leaf in the centre of the diagonal line separating the two submission of La Ugae da 1 Drapeau National of Quebec. The committee previously, by the process of elimination, had cas down a total of 2.5CO designs to! '6. Wednesday's motion meant tnai I only two designs of the 76 now were i before the committee for selection.! but this did not rule out the possi-! bility that further motions suggest-'- ing other designs might be made at the next meeting. In fact. Senator Brewer Robinson (L.. Prince Edward sug-! geswd each of the committee's 37 j members return tot the next meeting with their own selection. He thought: this would show which of the 76 i flags was the most popular and thej committee then could continue its process of elimination. WANTS PEACE TREATIES CNDOX, May K V Evatt. Australian external affkirs; he boarded five with onlv snatches of sleep, Hol- land completed the first part of his assignment successfully getting the autograph of a prospector. j He has the signature oi Mike j Mitto safely tucked away and now i all he needs is the nugget. curing which in due course, different planes An" organization founded 50 years ago by 14 Toronto druggists who each, pat up S50 capital returned more than 3I.GOQ.OGO to its mem- bers daring the fiscal year ending March 3i. it was reported at the j, the Sydney. administration throughout our j minister, at a press conference last i Local ot the United Steeiworfcers i campaigns was a material factor in I nizht ic-cm...