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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, MAY PRISONER IS HAPPY Manitoba Air Cadet Squadron IS WELL TREATED BY BRITISH j Wins Rifle Shoot 4. A By DANIEL DS LUCE blond Prussian replies to a leading! of the! HAMBUHG, Germany, May question can take the word of a j G German corporal for is jolly tio; nice to be s prisoner of vrar in eign the British zone. Frequently Robert Griese is one j tani of the Wehrmscht veterans now or- creditstn ganized is service groups by the He is exciisec tr British army of the Rhine. The total is estimated by British sources at 120.000 men. Technically, Griese is a prisoner. Aetusilv, he enjoys more personal freedom than the average German civilian. His ccrapasv siess obtains better food than the ordinary home. He has a solid roof over his head at night. Ee receives 42 marks at the peaged military rate) a month. He ssforas battle dress of field graj east of there, indicates expert safe- crackers are active ia Saskatche- wan. An estimated 2> to 30 per cent of births ist Kegina are illegitimate, the Saskatchewan vital statistics branch revealed. Constable James Dalzlel of Mexico Building Big "Sports City" MEXICO May UXrEOflTABLE SALE WINNIPEG. May 17. The sale of a truck didn't prove particu- larly profitable to Mike Jasmerski of Brokenhead, Man. In provincial police court here vesterdsy he was fined for selling the truck over the ceiling S100 for making a false Prices Board; neglecting to forward to thei Board a written statement i hibitioa a pretentious i signed bv himself and the pur- J I plank Jis Mexico's bid for post-war for acquiring a j sports recognition. I track without a priority certificate! Now in the process of construe- j selling it within sis months j tion. the diversified playground cov- obtaining a permit from -5_ ,-Mr? vj-ii ij, prices; iw i "sports statement to the S a hockey rink where Canadian ants: for neglecting t United States teams rosy play ex- j Taber Ball Team Beats Warner 2-0 TABER. (KKS) Krst exhi-' bition baseball game of the season between outside and local teams was played here Wednesday even- ing between Warner and Taber ball tcssers. It proved a hectic, but tight, nine-inning battle, woa by Tabcr 2-0. They left for their hones the 5 without ermiss-oa I ering 10 square blocks includes such I vehicle controller. J wrinkies as a giant swimming pool j f i with artificial beach and machine-j ___ 1'] made waves, the world's largest bi" j fighting arena and facilities srt Damage estimated at S10.000 was Mondav when two stores destroyed by fire at Parry.! the Englishmen WSMC in than the previous yea ___ has beenoent on the city. will stress" the international Highlights In The News Skin Sufferers! Hwe's Mm! YM Mist SatisfMtMi or MtBey Ten million bottles of beer will be j -.-------i-------- _ j (Mjened at. the Booth theatre. i said Ssh much needeo as looc. _ i "I S. H. Gruening. sovemor The Brr.ish Admiralty has an-; Alaska, heading a party of 20 Alas- nounced 1.047 enemy warships and officials and leading business i merchant vessels were sunk and men. have been invited to stop over the 542 damaged by mkws Said by war- JQ Edmonton when ilas shias and aircraft operating JJK he wsr. j states to "seek a direct trace route the Far io east." been assessed. of with ice shows, a new departure for 50.000. exhibition matches involving Canadian teams and it is expected experts from Canada and United States will be asked to teach Mexicans hockey fundamentals. Leading British. Spanish. Rus- sian and Argentine soccer teams will be invited on completion of the soccer bowl, also to be used for rugby and track and field. Soccer is Mexico's No. 1 competitive will not be included. Mexican league pres- a separate "baseball including a stadium seating Aides of Ksrol Fopiel. whose La- bor party is closely allied with the shipped to Japan for Americas oc- j General MacArihur has carried j peasant party of Vice-Premier cupation troops, army headquarters j his Japanese democratization cam- stanislaw Mikolajczyk. said in War- pimples, rashes, eu-ssns skis disorders from surface irritations can often 09 relieved and cleaner tils simple treat- at Fon Shafter in have announced. The newspaper Ta Kang ?ao re- ported that the former Maachurian rist Go to vour a bottle oJ Moose's good dmg- this. tTse'as directed lor aad if tien you sar it bas ad TO Improve year back; stainless greaseless. STOKES DRUG CO. LTD. KTTSOX DREG STORE G. H. JONG Estab. in Canada 27 paKjn ;o the postage stamp, orer- -wieslTir Chrzanowski. pr ing henceforth neither toili- of Labor party's Student Yo taristic nor ulLra-rsilpnal designs j ganization. had been seized b shall be used. He ordered a one- j police, ven stamp issued last December Withdrawn because i" earned Shin- to designs. Hdwin VT. Pauley. United States Chrzanowski. president. Youth or- by secret reparations commissioner, arrived drafting of men befsreen 30 c-m" nf limir. Tokyo tier. Froetate S: 817A 1st St. E, Calzan. Alta. L-awsri Jo; in S--------------- i American headcuarters received 1 that he would be granted per- missioi to visit Russian headquar- ters at Heijo. capital of Kussian- cccupied northern Korea. Sir Waller Citrine, general sec- Jretary of the British Trade Union Congress, told the CXO. steel work- ers'" convention at, Atlantic City thai American labor can look as what the British jLabor party has done those ideas as your good sense may determine." A severs epidemic of infantile paralysis fn New; South Wales ap- pears to be growing worse.- Twenty more cases iprere reported Thursday, making 357 this year. lieut. Orinio Eiroshi has been Kidney trouble can cause back-ache, stiffness, lumbago, broken rest. warning you to take action. C, Cape Bmoa. helped you, your druggist will refund the purchase Get a bottle of Gin Pills today. Take them as directed. Use proves their mend _ of prisoners of war in j camp, Singapore. The Hudson Bar Railway showed 3. deScit of for the year 1E45-46. compared with a loss of SG4.S40 the previous year. Transport Iiiinister Chevrier reported to the commons railway coroiEittee, Treatment of Irish Republican Ann- prisoners in Ere tinspns and the "death isst week c-f John Mc- Cauahsv after a hunger strike will hishlight s. Cork City by-election nest month forced fay O. J. Flana- gan- Republican sympathizer in the Eire's parliament. Immediate demolition of tempor- U.S. DRAFT OKDEK WASH2NGTOX. May