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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Nazi Navy Had No Pre-War Plan considered the old rules of sub- nffirtne are had been outiaoced j bv fao use of i planes against U-boats and the de- j Telopaent of radar other elec- (tncal detection devices. Wartime Industry Highlights In The News Working In Peace j Fortune Fails To Excite "Spud" -CXLtCKi." DWELLING A craft of .regulations aSect-n, -rona- 1 ao_ o. t_. K_. SIOO.OW worth o: iJXSASI. May residents recalled TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1946 11 Strange Epidemic Sweeping Texas i i Gerhard vrsgrier, chief cs the staff icsnfied eefore die uocsl M---rary Tribunal tiat German navy crafted no aian ooeraiiors against LEFT HAND CORNER ?agej safety in elevators %-ill be cjscussed at Port Arth'ur at a con- of the Lakehead and 1 ern May i5 n BV AXDY ROSS r naval commarider- to gs are tne Nelson and Younger N f f y Q-f Hocney is aireacy -jing: up. "Tiie "cf "VceZsJ-i snc. ha-.e :r.e appearance of Bern? ss-.vr- r iHC Tres'v. air as Z As a result ihe-y hsre beer. niPKOVE -j" th-1 arm'- s ay Washington C ti n a c: ian cesisnec said tne oZc courtry- from the en r50 ccncJ-ed "Pn tank tracks uhicn 'Ured 35 otho's __ i: for them :o employ an Xineieen-vear-old "Walter Zantick. accountant. j uf e. never made that much money before and I'm gomg to look Loans by :he Farm Loan Board after u." said. "I'm having it the-e before drovv-ned ra en a Jn e: cover______ nshts tax pnar to Dec 3- last has been uaived H tcba mas cf the provmeia: cc-iem-nen: tmnes branch, saic s.i To Highest Court Manitoba farmers paid a total of pnrU: J Child S3 472JS55 into the Farm As- r OrDlQ A trtist fiind has been set us for Act from 193S ta Pea. 28.; T_ A f-f cncj School the familv of Mr. and ilrs Artsur and tjenefits of SI.-' lo M who uere b_med eu' o: from 1S39 so ilarcn 31, _ their Saint John CriALrONi GiOis. is 12 a critical condiaon. In Kueces County, of which Cor- I j pus Christ! is a cowniv healrfi hoards closed all schools, c-uirches. theatres, night ____ clubs, parks, playgrounds aiid s-iim- oools far rsro iseeis and arohibiied public gathermgs ot than fi've persons. Ont. Govt. joui in the of the hill to courts. mittee failed :o act on a re- Quest of the parents for TT sarutary iacihues a; the school. Use rlOSteiS FOr vras pestering me. i ca-uznter hac just s Doth my mules, and mj ses: olc ssiv tne cnolrra cnc. ciec.. anc, I lust heard the; had foreclosed the tne shfirtlf lookm.' for me, I my trouoles to one of these nere optimiits. and j he saic 'Cneer up. oi- top, the is jet to come! So i sno: T i service of a track frcm 505 m.Ies m :S4o ts more tnar. 5300 miles bv me end of tn? ivar Tne aureau procucsd tae first projectile a u--_nssten core procured si of makmg aircraft contra: ccble m Canaca. ccncucted successful ex- 3n on his straw berrv" roan "far- of veterans' preferences for semar-The "pickets" turned back any, T-. Manitoba an" it took mst 55 hours of ndinc civil service jcis. He said the sref- children they saw on the war to VT A11 various stoas enrcute. erence being applied more thor- classes. j j WANT TO GET OUT OF FKANCE Yorker; Heaitny skepticism aoout gcverr- is s. feeling wmcn most encans can appreciate; aaoocy naaiue pol-ticians tre co- But in jrr creds o: investijauons into procuc- lesion nest -wee! tion of sucn ivar-short minerals as cryolite tungsten. carried newsprint and general raer- 3 About 390 children were affected The old irsas- cnandise. 1 by the demonstration, aimed at the are no: sone. At ieast BueSaEgbasosfcire education com- ihai's the 3rcun-.ari Bert V.'hit- Jaraes Sinclair iL.. Vancouver lam said :r. Ottawa he proposes from reaidstone. Sask.. to Simon- raisma in tp.e commons tne matter son Z3.: various stops enrc___ _ _ _. "__ oushl v m lew er ranks of ih? Xfrs W G. Paterson who throisch- service tnan in higher paid ?o- out the VIST --as a tamiliar fisure sitions. at Edmonton's railw-av stations sav- ins gooabve to troops goms oxer State Secretary James F. oymes these comins back, o- the cniiec States was repo: tras reward for her efforts. A to ha-.e instructed Amencia auth- j jr. group of admirers presented OF IXJCKIES -hich .a to visir all four at least prisoners each, ad study ibe sS-. wdl be in the Hed River Valley dis- extent of German disarmament A spokesman for the parents said. J "We are sorry to have to take this OTTAWA. May gov- ilay 14 i replymg :o Question from Hene RSGIXA. May 14. Provin- 1 cial Treassirer C- M. Fmes of Sas- S katchewan said Monday that among financial business men talked 10 while at ihe Itominion- nrovmcial conference the opirsion was that the Ontario government i was not representing the majoniy i of aeople of that province pa the present taxation jssae and "the Ontario government -oil! be pre- pared to modify its position as j time goes on." Definite statements on the future policy cf the Dominion government can be esoected when the budget, is introduced, probably in the f irst week in June, the Emister said in an iniemew. The feehng in Ottawa since the conference is not one of complete -The feeling is that the purDose for which the conference was" called will sail be attained." ite. m: cnrome. magnesium and tantalite. Amcng the hundreds of other pro- jects studies of crude oJ from Turner Valley as a source of to- luene for and investiga- tion of the possibility of extracting next extent oi tjerman disarmament. ja_ Island d'e" in mci. saiu I from suf-, ao.uestion f rom M Canadian A Greek syncicate in New lork; Aljril 19 2 dnxen 1 The 10 Canadian j br rVJier collided with an auto- hroulc oe openep at auepon anc frisales for coastal passenger ser- mobile. Man., ay May in the eastern Mediterranean...-------------- Ii requires 42 editors and 62 copy I to edit the news of one Xes: Tork daily which is indicative of the tremendous effort necessary to I publish a newspaper. __________ break-in at "Wmiisid. 100 miles south of Sdmoaton. The safe con- tained 54SO in cash, some narcotics and insurance and other papers J. TVillard latch. 81-year-old I cioneer minister of tne Baptist Church in Canada, died Sunday at of Alberta. ship has goce much deeper than has m the United Stales. This was ill'jstrated in a poll conducted ny the French. Institute of Public Opinion, -hich revealed that ap prosimately 25 per cent, of th citizen of France wouls. so abroad Q right now if they were assured of a decent livmz oti same other conti- Says Dominion take temporarily the chair o; i 28-year-old Nazi; !surgery at Urii-versity. police officer Britain to Headouaners of tiie British corn- answer war crimes charges, was r Some French poLacians try to dismiss -hi': prevailing mood as a I nut that it may be permanent .For j there is a widesnread feelmg here j that Prance is "doomed to serve 1 perpetually as a battleground in -All right, supposejwr were mak- j Ing out TOUT-will tiiis very moment, jpeichmen may do can preve: vonr taxes, X. Msv 14. X? As tsr are the li covernmer.t "is a slave said that 3.000: caotured on the Manor e Golf mane in -Viaiays Q.JJ, afle_ a countrr-wide British troops nave neen senj, to zaehanas escaped from key roaa crossings along tne Siam- j sermon Park, iliddleses. i Malaya border to breas: up aep- __ j reQations ot aDOUt oOO armec rens- _.___ iiv throt Jea ist-t of the Snsmeer- ing Institute of Canada, sasdT in an i interview here. across Failure to recognize the engineer 1 and "pay rn-n a proper salarv" is World goveniraeni as the aiterni- "a continual IDSS to i live to anotner war in which rock- A basic Tsage increase of 10 centfc an hour, subject to approval of the National War Labor Board, for work- ers of the Hudson Bay Mining ana Saielnng Company, was announced.; Half-Day Wednesday at iiiaeral expenses and Tide enough to keep your home ets Sying 2 000 miles with warheads with t "stealing: awav" the besi men ve ofers, said Mr. of those questionee expect grea concern? A fellow can't, They are not sure which natio: ins -rife to .namtais I? SHIPPING DELAYS home and educate iiis children on _ in the middJe of the coniiict. And j ;i-.ii--- KTc rrm cos's want to wait around' K few hunored dollars, ais old top j j.Q_ hataadfEvotuiteshotgua- He has j his She was obviously annoyed when _ oress. f MOVEMENT to get some She was obvioa i she returaea The Edmonton of tomorrow should be a "paved eitr." Mayor Amlsy; L! Peter Kter. 23. section worker from a speeder Report of the ac- ____ __ _ in SdmonKm "HJCyLP. ircm the Peace Hiver J detachmsat. j i as "he urged expan- T oJp-es Claim To 'son of the citVs aresent S3.000.000, i A v shopping Kasspo-r.. Mld'the commons vaster- inree-year pavig program to afive- Henri Bar Fortune Yes, it is one of those moments hBgtand_ day toat he agreed that everf effort costII1S a ___________ j _-w 3 i-- face facts -wita a j1JSC jouar tiiat; the woman most bit of a jolt. It's the sort of thing j am ir a cazz exactly tae Canadian de to reunite men with i LIS3OX, Mav but the movement of' Allegedly dntriag a stolen auto- sa-, prench woman who has aemcemens bndes to moaue. Pte. Jean Mane since ISiO. last night Jio'sr to guarantee an lacome to yoar Tvife if jou should die chfiape tomotro'w or an incoine for both of von -R-hen you -wasn to quit -working. NORTH AMERICAN LIFE she renliec. "it would be said tne movement sessaed slow and Than moving, wo-jlcn't mentioned a footnall team had been i j sole to find space to go to Canada. S13.SOO FOR A SOXG (London Daily lilain sters o: everr erranc-bov in ilr. Barnes said that wives j had moved to Canada to data and "Vansittart, former diplomatic adviser to the J foreign secretary, was ciate member of the f political and storm April 17 enroute from Shang- chief 'O-med head of the s Frarico-Chtnese bank in Sbaaehai. i was bringing with nira 25 coses ot ffi Jewels Oriental art measures, valued at more than S240.000. STORE HOURS: 9.30 a-m. to 5-30 p.m. Saturday 9.30 a-nu to 6 p.m. Wednesday 9.30 a-m. to 1 p.m. Information Phone 3727 MEN'S COTTON AND WOOL ANKLE SOCKS ed heels and toes. Assorted colors sizes 10y2 to HVz- Pair Main Floor S4.000 Write-a-T-one Contes London's Harcmerstmth Palais the sons- BeadeH cashed off were await-ng passage. Regulate Alberta Tourist ED3JO1CTOX. Kay CANADA BY CAR a statute of Qt.een "Victoria, grandmother.' tne JCORTE BAY. Ont. May Headed for Winnipeg on tae next i __ jap of a trip to Victoria, a new Leopolc Scnoiz. 6S. notec scuip- model automobile passed through d at Boicevtiie. In coi- here Monday on a trans-Canada with his widow, tae motor trip which its owners hope J. F. Forman, G. M. Peterson Eepresentatives, Letfabridge Brsach Kenfrew Calgary J. E. Mcltrov, Ci.TT_ manager. A_I n Miss ToUertor. oia tne arrpnre- berta will be suoautied to a three- js anc ieacs day conference of touris; officials open_ng here Thursday. moHJr LliU MIXlUii uw_iciiia Belie ne _al rae A. E. TodQ, .orks of art. indues --16 _prtpl nosred in 1912 i men a Testawrar-f orchestra gold medal auard posted m 1912 f; for the first coast-to-coasl Canaoi- Partnenon, m an trip. The medal, put up bv a former major of Victoria. Jews------ are the Gre Nashville, Tenn. fempfing, i PARKER HOUSE osr cent, royai-ies- Thev also 50 ner onhone and brosdcs Striped Flannelette ABOUT 36 INCHES WIDE A good choice of light and darker colored stnped pat- terns in this lot of fleecily- napped cotton flannelette just the right -s eight for making comfortable night v. ear! Yard the regulation? is said to oe in no sense a test. RSGIXA. May funcirg of per" cent Saskatchewan Eoverrmeri bone ssstics to mature on Xav 15 took come I Hussian Gneorvi Rasputin, -aho estfrted strons: influence over :re last czar and czanr.a. has in Los Angeles for frcm Gregory Bern, cnarging desertion. 30th e 10000-tor. tanker Surnter. boke in two 720 miles south of Attu islsnc Saturcsy. been scuttled. I Transfer of B "W Little ass-s-ant manager and E C Fitt office Hian- I aeer of the Hotel -Saskatchewan ,s SUFFICIENT JF arnownced Mr Little- is transfer- XO ALCOHOL MVDE red to Banff Springs ho'el ar-d Mr nere iioaea-.. SIGHT IS RESTORED CALGARY. May nved in the Sunaaj morning, tne s.ght of both eyes restored anc feeh-jg fine "vVhen he was flown to Rochester. Minn., May l, it was believed certain tnat he would lose the sight o: his left eye, injurec when a pla> mate accicentally struck him a suck, and that has right eye vas in canger. A public subscription was raised to sena the cni.d to Rochester. Staple EATON'S, Second Floor BIKE FRONT WHEELS SIZE 28x1 y2 INCHES Complete front wheels for re- placements on bicycles 2g-l'i-iEch size. Strongly mace: PATENT LEATHER DRESS PUMPS WITH CUBAN HEELS The eVer-poptilar plain classic pump in gleaming black patent leather! These new arrivals are low-cut with V throats, open toes, plain vamps and medium-height Cuban heels. Sizes to 8, medium width. Second Floor FOR BALL PLAYERS! OFFICIAL SOFT BALLS D. ana R. inseam softbalis made to meet senior reouiremenis. A candy ball for school tearcs! Sach BOYS' HARDBALL GLOVES "Vfeli-paccec leather ball gloves especially suitable for junior players. Each M.VX SCKMELIXG JAILED CHICAGO. 14 The Howard, rsjnneriv of the vheat tnc'.ucirg Csigary Mr Little. both old and new bs suf- ir.s champjor., Xoncay ter.cec ay a rjuhtary g tnaunal at was sen- Mad. hi Canada Tins active fresh yeast works fast because it's full-strength. It saves you time and extra steps. And the Parker House roHs you bake with Fleischmaan's will be especially tasty tender, light, smooth- t textured. IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, order Fldschrnann's Fresh dependable yeast with the familiar yellow label. It's been Canada's favorite for more than 70 years. Always fresh, at your grocer's WAXT MEETING OV ATOMIC PROBLEM LOVDOX ?.lore rain is needed in 10 oasturo ?.nr. spnng croos good Ftart pithoueh rain brousrr: relief to many section? during th' c fc-r tr-t part county rc.optec a reported. jear. but orcereo to stop Ir. tne middle of February he had the work resumed. BEEF HOLDINGS LOWER to B rr.eetir.g of OTTAWA. May of frozen and cured pork in the hancs of packers, cola storages. ,..r ___ _______ Tne Australian covemment p.ans abattoirs and wholesale butchers j the Unitec Nations comaiis- to build an Australian national un.- or; totalled j7.523.387 pounds, jsion The commit.c-e. composed of, a: Canberra, main function the Bureau of Statistics I scientists interest-.d in atomic re- whish will be to provide facilities jsearcn. rnemoers of parliament and for post-graduate uork and re- I otncrf !ne to search. use a bssi1? for cucussion tr.e re- con on the international control of Gunfrp thundered across This compared with C38.436 pounce April 1 and 487 poi-nc.c at. the same date last Beef or. was Lon- pounds as compared ?tomic ivjfa the Unitea.dons Park Mondav as a rojsl pouncs. last, mcnin and siate" department. salute of 41 guns was fired to mark'pounds a year ago. Sporting Basement "LOAFERS" AND SPORT JACKETS FOR Modestly priced sport coats including wool jackets In zipper-front rayon-lined style with knitted woo! cuffs and also loafer coats in two-tone wool polo cloth cr cotton corduroy and wool twesd combination. Sizes 36 tj> 44 collectively. BOYS' LOAFER COATS And here are popular loose-fitti-.g loafer jackets for lacs PI rust, and brown woo! fronts with wool tweed collars and backs. Cot- tor. anc rayon throughout. Sizes 1C to H, and 18 years. Each TT Men's and Boys Second Floor T EATON BRANCH STO R E JEWS PA PER I IFWSPAPFJ ;