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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBREDGE HERALD Banditry and Lawlessness Active In Sicily; Even U.N.R.R.A. Worried By WILLIAM BOSS (Canadian Press Staff ROME, May Terms Senator Reaction Crier Supreme Sacrif ke For Germany- Britons to Stay Away From (Canadian Press Staff Writer) town squares. taKing. gestictilat-cg per cent cut from to Sept. 30.; Public house owners said that re- dueedl beer supplies probably mil; make it impossible for tfeera to con- tinue their usual hours and fhe. best solution probably would be to close one night a week. Sipping weak, wartime beer, ton-' doners said, the suggested closing would be easier to accept if there; was plentv of food oa their tables i at home. "They said their diet i become increasingly drab since the end of the war and that they ea- joyed a glass of beer more. Anyway, they said, the public, house ss'not just a place to drink; for !ie2eh- vicars. Allied asic. Kalian i the conference to sisoo: but ordinanlv content with i the arsve-digeer of the con- ROOF COATINGS CEMENTS- PAINTS secession cf" victims' cars 5 ferecce but. at the same :inie. tried jciTJdtiai observers generally agrees i to unload gi_i: from a sick head, that the present meat Keco.r.i-.e- jjj. i onto a hea'thv one and busied, him- i become more severe before tne sit- "ove1- i self with against the nation begins to improve. -j govje. union. Present liquidation of More adequate pohcuig i "He stated literacy: 'The out- indicates to Eaacy expert that it Whipping Studied By Alta. Jurists For f xoppiat vrnll leaks, isd for j voa want tc go to Munich every j day. And I am not wili-ng to go j to 'THE EXPLANATION' 18 Charles i "The American newspaper." the on the -rsc-e continued. "oKieir.g- a speech on corporal punishment Pmrt SCHOOL PRINCIPAL PASSES For urxKeeans wcod. Sbr SSXZKXS. Mav Robert Patterson." 56. If. flmsKf U3 whs: ;his statement ing! of the Calgary schools for 21 years i it pointed ou: that, in tha If. tifwrf ffMfef Cmc-t For -sraierprooeits roofs; Itsis. icd for wora asphiU roll roofings. re-elected commissioner. WHEN YOU GO EAST t TAKE A BOAT TRIP Orer lakes Snperior Huron on spadons steamer. Relax in the fresh air with con- genial companions- Music and dancing in the evenings- Cabin accommodation and excellent meals- Automobiles carried. Commencing June 18th, sailings for Sanaa, and from Dnlnth every Tnesd_r from Port Arthur every Wednesday. mfonosiicn from cxy CJfJL or CPJJ. crrfroo. Ksrihern Ncnsoiion CiririoK of CANADA STEAMSHIP LINES W. W. TATLOE. BJ- aad PJL. CANADA SS. ONES St. W, Calvary or H. G. STRETTOX, Ticket Agent. C.KR. StaOon, Lethbridge T-essorsihrouah Hitler-hired agents j ih the united States and personallv received Hitler's personal adjutant." The article charged the senator expressed the views of those United i G. Geaseth. Auduboa County. Iowa, i punishment by whipping be re- "The meat pinch' is just srart- i tsinpri for cases of rape and rob- ing.' this farmer said. "It will be j -vvith violence, but that other- worse by next winter, and it's go- WTce jt oe abolished." ing to take a long time to get the WEAPON IDENTIFICATION supply back to wnere it, will meet 1 States circles who wanted the Paris 'conference to break down "so thac __ they cart take the indicate a tendency to reduce c. A. Msson-Rooke of the criminal investigation I policy of force, the policy of im- rjerifilism." the nation's need." '______ Reports from various parts of; Bracer, at Hegina told of the. coin- Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota parativeiv new field of weapon j 'identification. "The signature'of a LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Front Page.) of th2 animals in her arms. Some- one in the cartv tried to prevent, a photograph" being taken on the usual ground "What, will they think of it in "That will be all right." said Lord Halifax, "the women will all they were Lacy Halifax and the men will all wish they were ihe monkey." MQUIDATION OF stock holdings on the fans. Iowa's pring pig crop is reported to Her tcan in 1945, and govern- ment, plans to ask a 10 per eduction in next fall's pig crop will doubtless be complied with. Grass-fed range cattle will lack ne high quality and tonnage of ora-feds. GLASS HOUSE In Hollywood, Tom Collins cora- lained to police that, Bill Martini Magazine. P FROM THE PITS (From Time Magazine) A onetime miner who spent 22 of lis 57 years in Lancashire coalpits last week became governor of "Sork Times) Midwest farm journals and in- o THE FARM CALLS .v.v.v.% m m acer for the Labor party in the i nibs and at the mill gates. On oundays he put'on. his aest black j .1 and striped trousers to preach in the local Methodist chapel, was elected to parliament in the Labor "ictory in 1S29. shortl> afternoon after he allegedly staged a holdup at the Variety Eheatre. i He win face a charge of armed j robberv. Police were called when a man j his coat w_________ __ _t at the 5 front: of the theatre and told the cashier to "hand it ne then j grabbed several pennies and ran. from the scene. "Seer is reported to have hac a wooden gun in his possession when German Cats Are to Britain For 13 .fears he served as member May intelligence agents accustomed to j weird demands from their super- i iors, probably were startled wnen: They had to be the reoort was made thereby affecting- i The intelligence xe cats ana made a a plane seat from collect them. Col. Gordon's only coalmen was "the German cat is a poor thing." ot PROVINCIAL AGRICULTURAL SERVICE more democratic regime. Xext _ month Newfoundlanders will go to i the polls for the first, lime in 14 years, elect 4-5 members to a na- tional convention to decide what. form of government the islanders j want. 1 Whether Newfoundland reverts to j full, self-governing Dominion sta- tus, confederates with Canada, re- j tains its present, commission gov- j eminent, or tries something brand j new, is anybody's guess. On one; thing Newfoundlanders are agreed: j it is a good time to make a de- j cision. The commission has just' announced a record annual revenue i of 'prewar: It has boosted its surplus to in sis years. "I" like that dress you're wear- i "I got it for nty twentieth birth- dav." "Really! It has worn well, hasn't LILACS