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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, MAY Highlights in The News said in On the basis cf 1S45 ccssunip-QS. to the Russian people Suadar by the Soviet press ana radio withou; ecutonal coauzieiit. ___ __ Negotiations for the purchase by -premier" of Azerbaijan Province. ._ com- Egypt of and the irasian government. city j m Cairo i ordinance forbidding public cane- j Foreign thev'U both appear in police court j todav on charges of damage. f Police said tlxev Sad broken three bedroom vrindows, three Down Govt. windows and a living room conipleaon. in Mrs. I oif'firenorks Saturday uight in this Dottles mm foUoMBS a n STEVEXAGE. Herts, England, May taxpayers sei Minister u El Said thnranng empty them. tvote of the labor B t into a ffav anu sjnsiiS' a to visit ius aged mother. He make a fcnel speech today at College. It E. Poulton, secretary of Stevenage Residents Protective As- sociation, in campaigning to keep the program out of had termed it "the thin end of wedge for nationalization of land in this country." Some dentists from the Dominion are expected in Tor- onto May 27-30 for the national of Canadian dentists. i Fire belieied 10 have starred fror Ke tine high commissioner, had invii- j ec the Arab high committee and; the Jewish Agency to meet with him ;ocai Subject of the talks a as not Hordes of caterpillars invaded ihis t len: town of Graiesend Saturday, high lakms Peace River country. He passes through Sdmon.on sy oouric for For: St. Joan. 3 C. and workers _used flsme- throwers to kill iJieni. vkiio out ihe found the BILL OF RIGHTS OTTAWA, Slav John Hiefmbaker. member of parlia- ment for Lake Centre, in a sUtement last night said he will introduce at next session of parliament bill of rights in its tertns than could nt included in bill, and incliidiOir_the free- doms of press and radio." JUDGE PAYS FIXE SJARSHAUCi. Slnri, Mav Judge- A. L. Soiicy RUBBER HEELS Free anc o' Tne CanacUan Press., a VMnnipeg Aprs! Zer.; at more Aioanj. the British si jjaay-. "j Genaany reported. o' S9 753 -when be appeared ui ac- rao si cosirt Fndsv. Bail vras se: j ai Canada's ana A-r Arthur Drakeford of explored Aasrralia, said in an srcerview si "Winnipeg tia; although demobilization is proceetuns ar a firs: o'-e for Myron HrsuskowsiJ. MS "Hie end of the -.-skes a Blalocs anc goes to Audrev 3arr of Pembroke. Ont., is calkins about being con- partly- i -o ner bee for 23 years cur- of ihe jrjg trhich she was unaole eien to move her head. lor ron "Trf, an a. Mvron fne, oper-. _, o' G. o: EdEon- 5450OM. on success-ally by ton ires receded :or mai before prosate ir. Blalocs sn Johns retum :o Moscow of Foreign much of t the suTjreae court on charges life provaiira :cr a..a a, -s CMjjjEjjsa- announclc and Ales of fake preienses involves a tccall a b-o b> telephone. ;n Ed-! rao sisters Tlie avaiintS goes to scene oe scene rapid the counrrr cas pract callv no UOE. -ar of camera. _ 01 scuare nules The rransidon frora trar to peace f cj "barrer.. trindswep: land for offers a challenge to young men -pjjrooses of anc to spoi can assume responsibity, and power possiMe Tnakg important decisions. Len fields arsd gather on Wood of Port Arthur. Ont_ saiu i little-known courses of u-ater- Sarcrday at the opening of ihe tiro- J sheds. jSesTr 4. .Jtinior __convsnuon of Region. 4. Chamber of Commerce of Canada a; Tort Prances, Our. Deserters from the Canadian army during the trar are still feeing ai the failure of TO- Big Four foreign v> alio: control of the Saar territory ;o France Tras expressed in authon- tauve French quarters in Pans Xo rounded up throughout Alberta. was niace to disguise bitter Authorities of -JLD. 13 repon tha; dissatisfaction ai ihe smnide taken approsiraateiT sis a -areek are locat- ed." This is about the same numcer bv she Bnnsn, UEiied States and Sone: -xhen Georces flUS aUUUtr SaskatcheTran. There are still j Bidault, French foreign the second tune .siacs i established in 1SS. phia Xnquirer did not pjolisn Satur- dav as a strike of ihe citys news- paper delivery truck dnvers entered its" third cay." Fire of suspicious Saturday desiroied tne Canoe Lake School ana teacherage az Vonda, 35 miles northeast of Saskatoon. Sapid turnover of property in Edmonton's business district reach a record peak if negotiations now going on for ihe purchase of three oroperaes. involving approxi- mately are completed, it was learned. Ii reported that sale o. one b.g property he wav Mike Krzyiaraciacki me" :hose to serenace ed Soucy said as he hand-j clerk the customary fine. WILL NOT SLIP A1SO mown for them by as 359 absentees reported vmce. this pro- Completion and signing of an agreement between tne Calgary of Honm Hood Hour itSis Ltd, and the United Packinghouse Workers of America (CJO.) raised the question. minister j fronting on Jasper Avenue, has been j completed and negotiations for the j sale" of reo other such properties The nonhlaad settlement of i are TreH advanced. Aklaiik. X.W.T., near tne shores of j the Beaufort Sea is experiencing a Stanley Snowies, C C.F- member boom m muskrat skins, of parliament for Winnipeg North "With the muskrat season expected -aras admitted to hospital 1 to corne to an end aoous June 15, i Montreal Satarday :or examinatxin- armouaced in Calgary Saturday. A j the settlement's four trading posts. five rer cent wage increase ana 48-hour week were included, m the agreement and certain other pro- visions were conciliated sansfae- torflr by X. A. Pago, inspector of the bosra of industrial relanons. classes in basso Sngiish win fee introduced to teach Tnchaas and Mens of northern Saskatcnewan how H> read-and write. Private aviation firms in Sdmon- toa and Calgary are plannnig to operate daily or charter services to Jasper and "Banff Sauonal Parks airfields at tasse mountain resorts are granted government licenses, it was learned. The provin- cial tourist conference at Bdmon- ton sdopted a resolution which urged that adequate landing sinus be provided at'jasper, Bantf and "Waterton JfatioEal Paris. its tranaers. hunters and even their tnves are in the rnids; of a lasi- nunute rush to produce as many of the valuable as posaole. An esturiated 65JKO trapped muskrats have been purchased mere this year a; the ungraded price of 3250 a ska, "STriica makes for big busi- ness. Vaccination of the ennre United States army with a vaccine against the commonest form of influenza indicated that protected persons have a n-ne-to- ose chance of escaping the Tius "Tas xeportea to trie American college of physicians by rsa re- searchers for me army's comtzus- sion oa Influenza. A four-man Iranian mission Is flying to Taonz :o ascertain er the Hed army has completed its Guaranteed or double your money bock Skywoy to America's playgrounds. Western Air ofone provides service ihtJt both business and vacation travel. Brief side trips con toke you to your favorite national park or trout sfrecm enroute to business destinations. Only vie Western can you visit such outstanding beauty spots as: LAS VEGAS Recreational Area Z1ON BRYCE GRAND CANYON YELLOWSTONE GRANS TETOHS CANADIAN ROCKIES THE RANCH COUNTRY COLORADO PLAYGROUNDS Ask Western Air Lines" people to heJp in laying out combination business and vacation trips. Or, see your local air trove! agent. Reservations: PhmiP' 3Q71 MARQUIS HOTEL rilUiiC. UJESTERH flIR LI RES 1926- AMERICA'S PIONEER AIRLINE -1946 No reoort on his condition has yet been given. Mr. Snowies, taken ill attending the session in Ottawa, returned to Winnipeg after discharge from hospital in the canitai and lef; Thursday for Mon- treal. An eye chart -with Eskimo syllables and 500 oairs of spectacles oe among equipment carried by two expeditions penetrating the Arctic Circle this summer. Spon- sored by the Canadian National Institute for the Bimd. the exoedi- tion will journey from the St Lawrence river to the north part of Labrador, then to the east coast of Hudson Bay. From there a second party win cenmme to Churchill and tne northwest area beyond. J. A. Beasley, Australian resident minister in London, urged closer co-operation among countries of tne British. Commonwealth and a lessen- ing of tne strain on Britain's econ- omv caused by her policing of tne world, when lie spoke at the open- ing of s. "meet Australia" exhibition at Edinburgh. Allan Cocfceram. (PC.. York South) tabled on the commons order paper a request for a copy of the report of tne court of inquiry into tne administration of the Canadian army of the Netherlands, Defence Minister Aboott already bgs reiused to make public the re- port on grounds it was an deoartmental document and such reports aad never been released previously. B. B. Warmca of Barrie, Ont- nce-presidens of the Ontario Beef Producers' Association, told a. meet- ing of cattle and hog raisers at Fergus, Oat., that an announce- ment concerning the sale of meat may be expected from Ottawa "as soon as tne Prices Board can pre- pare :t-" He gave no details but said the announcement mignt afieet prices, Mukluk, the lean, hungry husky who gobbled 1.000 vitamin piBs during the recent Mussox Arctic expedition, is doing fine "thank you" and so far tne only effect of his debauch is a new luxuriance to his gray ared white coat. George Albert Hams, 31-year- old "Winnipeg taxi driver, expenenc- ed his laird encounter with wo old- be hold-up men Saturday. He picked up two rnea wearing army battle- dress and drove them around the I city for four hours, after which they'srnashed his meter and pulled a knife on him. He was cut across the hand in a. tussle with them but managed fo get out of tne auto- mobile. Traffic fatalities are on the in- crease in Manitoba. A report issued by "W. Trevor provincial director of safety, showed that 32 persons were killed in traffic acci- j dents during AoriJ. as many as in April, 1945 Visible wheat supplies in the "United States were extremely low and the carryover tnss year would be the lowest in its history P. P. Heffelfinger of Minneapolis, vice- president of the National Grain Company Lwl, said in The Brazilian government has seized the strike-bound Railway, important British-owned suburban line. A veteran fireman. 59-year-old Lieut. Arthur WilKms. collapsed anc j died of heart strain while fighting j a fire on -would vour tires For extra power and long life, get B. F. Goodrich Ballery. Ask for them at your nearest B. F. Goodrich dealer. LETHBRIDGE CITY DISTRIBUTORS Imperial Motors (Lethbridge) Ltd. GOODRICH DEALER Tip Top Service Station 1117 SECOND AVENUE S. "WHERE COURTESY COUNTS" PHONE 2417 NEWSPAPER! ;