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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta War claims settled OTTAWA (CT) An cxpcn-i allotted payments lo Canadian Behind Ihe dry official prose fiivcly-liounil, 72B pane in i n o r [oolnole lo (lie history of (he Second World War has hw-n is- Riied In' the Rovurnmunl. It is 'the official report of Ihe war claims commission, which citizens physically maltreated hy enemy authorities or whoso properly In foreign lands was damaged or confiscated hecauso of liie war. Killer must attend church each Sunday for 10 years read, arc stories ol ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) A woman who pleaded Ruilty lo murder has been sentenced lo po to church each Sunday for the next 10 years by ;i judRe who admils he skips religious .services now and him- self. Earlha Lee Griffith, ap- peared before Judge Claude Edwards, 5'J, recently and was told .she could decide hcnv lo spend Ihc next 10 years of her "I told her she could go lo jail for Die ]fi ycai.l or spend every Sunday [hrouph 19BZ in a ssid Edwards. "For the firs! lime since I SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 have known her, she smiled. She chose church." Miss Griffith pleaded guilty March 27 to the second-degree murder ol Eddie Lee Lamp- kin. She admitted shooting him lo death in the Orlando home they had shared. "There were tremendous extenuating circumstances in her Edwards said. "Her hoy friend had earlier beaten her almost lo death and had Ihrealencd her with a weapon." Edwards stipulated that Miss Griffith must obtain a high school diploma within the next four has com- pleted the lltn grade. He also ordered Jicr lo pay the in court costs at the rate of a month. srag.nno GRANT OTTAWA (CP) The elec- Irical engineering department ot the University o[ Alberta at Edmonton has Ijeen awarded a grant from the nation- al research council. The grant, which covers a four-year pe- riod, will aid in the university's laser and plasma technology research- hundreds of Canadians who sul fciTd at the hands of Japanese and German authorities. "Case No. for example concerns a Jewish woman named Mines, first name lished, who was born in Mont- real and taken to Latvia by her mother. When German troops over-ran that Balti'j country in 1M1, she was 17. For y yj'.-ir, Ehe under house arrest. Then from 1942 lo 1045 she was a prisoner of the SS, made lo do forced lahnr, frequently beaten and re- quired to strip in the presence of SS troops. MONEY AWARDED For her three years of mal- Lreatment, she received an award of 51.045. For her loss oi post-v.'ar earnings because of weakness when she returned (ft Canada, she received another Olher applicants for awards included businesses. The T. Eaton Co. received for property in Germany destroyed by allied air raids, while the Ca- nadian Pacific Railway and Ca- nadian Pacific Steamship Co, received a total of for property losses in Europe and the Far East. The money to pay such claims came from a fund created mainly from enemy assets seized in Canada. Altogether, there were payments and applications disallowed. Claims paid totalled about million. The report, by Thane A. R.M HARPY A ASSOCIATES LTD- CONSULTING fcNGINULHINQ TESTING. June 1, 197: ISA leivkw prtNitted by R, H. IIAF1DY ASKXIATtS LTD, K'AURIALS TESTING LABORATORIES LTD, Ind hOH DESTRUCTIVE 1HSPICT10N LTD. ronsdidsrwi a R.M.HAROY ASSOCIATES LTD. OPERATING IN THRU DIVISIONS: GEOTECHNKAL DIVISION MATRIAL5 TESTING DIVISION METALLURGICAL DIVUION 1252 3rd Avcnus North Uthbridge, Albania (403) 337-7474 TIN O.I1 Campbell, apparently was not rushed through the printers. The commission ended its work- in 1959 and the final report was written in I960. The book itsell is, for some unexplained reason, dated 1370. Canadians who were mal- treated in prisoner-of-war camps might today manage a wry smile at the way In which Uicir sufferings were converted into dollars and cents. FORMULA SET Where maltreatment oc- curred, the formula provided: "A. For the total period of Imprisonment, a general award of 20 cents per day; "B. In addition, for the follow- ing aggravating incidents, il es- tablished, "1. For the first (our monllis of enforced shackling, P60. "2. For forced participation in a hunger-march of early J945, 80 cents per day of Ihe duration of the march, with an additional J50 for the pre- ceding period of unusual and unjustifiable duration "C. A special individual award for any unusually-seri- ous maltreatment established by an individual claimant, in such sum as the proper tri- bunal might consider just and equitable The report noted that awards for maltreatment of. prisoners of. war in European camps aver- aged 60 cents a day, wilh the total ranging generally from S200 to 5450, with a few up to No figures were giveu for prisoners of the Japanese, al- though one of. the commission's rules was: "The treatment accorded by the Japanese tn their military and civilian Internees was so barbarous and inhuman as to warrant a universal per diem award witiiout the necessity of establishing specific maltreat- ment in individual cases." Solurdoy, May 27, 1973 THE IE7HBRIDGE HERAID ni'.Aiir uisri.AVi-.i) i-'ooii v The hearl of Brother Andre, Potatoes have fed bnlli Ih" founder of Hie Oratory ill SI. rich and Ihc poor IhrotiKiioul ihn Joseph in Montreal, is on dis. world for more than four ccnlu- play ill (hat famous shrine. lies. BOTH JAILED FOR CONTEMPT Lawyers Pierie Cloulier and Robert Lemieux, handcuffed to each other, as they were led out of courl at Montreal to serve contempt of court sentences of three to eight days respectively. Cloutier was sentenced for yelling "no brutality, no while Lemieux was sentenced for refusing to devulge the names of two jurors who gave him the final vote at the end of the Jacques Rose kid- nap trial. Reyno retires from No. 2 NORAD job OTTAWA fCl'l Lt.-Gcn. Edwin neyno, 51 of Halifax, dcpuly Commander-in-chief ol North American Air Defence Command at Colorado Springs, Colo., for the last three years, retires from the Canadian Armed Forces In September after 34 years service. I Gen. Reyiio, one ol Ihe last of Battle of Britain pilots of the Second World War slill in uniform, will turn over the No. 2 NORAD job to another vet- eran Canadian airman, Mai.- Gen. Reginald Lane, 52, of Vi'c- loria. Gen. Lane will be promoted lo lietuenant-general. He has been deputy commander of Mo- bile Command, with headquar- ters at SI. Hubert, Que., since uAgust 1969. Gen. Heyno is a former chief of staff of NATO's Fourth Allied Tactical Air Force in Germany, former chief of personnel of the Canadian Armed Forces and former vice-cluef ol the defence staff. NORAD's new deputy com' mander, Gen. Lane, was a war- time Pathfinder and bomber pilot with three tours of opera- tional duty over Europe. He is a former commander of Canada's No. 1 Air Division in Europe under NATO. Action Canada parly names dietician CALGARY (CF) Mrs. Main Coclirane, a 36-year-old dietician, was nominated by the Action Canada Party lo contest Calgary Centre in (he next fed- eral election. i The only other candidate for the nomination, Lawrence Bed- dcr, offered all the votes cast for him to Mrs. Cochrane to make (lie result unanimous. HEAR A DESTROYER OF RUSSIA'S UNDERGROUND CHURCHES ESCAPES RUSSIA TO FIND GOD HEINTZMAN COMPANY LIMITED MEET THE MAN... HEAR HIS STORY! MILLIONS ACROSS CANADA READ OF HIS DRAMATIC SWIM THROUGH ARCTIC WATER TO FREEDOM! MONDAY, MAY 29th GILBERT PATERSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 17lh Ave. ond 71st Street Souih LETHBRIOGE Mn. Ann Nchtzman Hoopnr, Prpildenl o! Hoinlrmtrn A Company Limited, ii pfeaicd nnnunco The recent ncquliilion ol al1 ondintj iliarci ol Ilia Company by Ilia l ol Iho E.lolo ol Ihn loin C Hermnn Hnlnlimnn. Ihc lollowlng orn Ollitct. ond, Dlrpcton ol Ihn Componyi Preildrnl nnd Vicn-Prpildcnl ond Dlrncror, Jqmfti V. Hooper, C.A., VIcit-PrniMiinl, Sr-trnlor, onH nirrctor, Donnld R. Slnnln, Q.C.i Comptroller onrf Trftoxirnr, Davlri G Grrrn, CA The Lethbridge Family "Y" Is Offering TENNIS SCHOOL 72 lliose people who would like 'o leorn the proper involved in ihe sporl of tennis. Inslruclion by: MIKE GEORGESON Mike hai been an cctive participonl in ihe sport of lenniv for llie pail 7 years and for Ine lasl 3 years has worked an instructor In conjunclion wiih lha Lelhbridge Tennis, Club. 9 LESSONS 3 DAYS A WEEK 1-HOUR LESSONS FOR A 3-WEEK PERIOD 2 Separate 12-30, July 5-24 Players grouped according to aga Cosh YMCA Members Non-Members For Further Information Coll THE LETHBRIDGE YMCA Ph. 328-7771 A. W. BROSiUS FARM AUCTION SALE 1 mile wesl of Fort Macleod on Hwy, 3. Turn north on Hwy. 2, continue 1 mile 10 Spring Point Road. Follow Spring Point Road wesl 23 miles, then U mile south. MONDAY, JUNE 5th-10 a.m. IUNCH AVAILABLE TERMS: CASH CULTIVATORS, BALERS, DRILLS, COMBINE, ETC. Olivc-r 9 fi, culiivo'or, 'level type'; Bale slookcr 'Kelvin Thompson' 10 bale cap, Case 12 ft. hoc drill, 7 inch ipoc ing with Kirschmann fertilizer allach.; Oliver 1? fi. double disc drill wiih ferlilfztr allach.; Cockihutl 6 fi. one way tiller with ieeder attach, and packers; 14 0. single disc; MeCormick Peering no. 9 horso drawn mower; PTO lypr binder; no, 1 1? (1. PTO swalher; Advance. Rumely machine; Oliver lido delivery ralrj, rubber tires; Mefroy pickup, reel and cultur bar; sprayer 3? fr wiih pump and rc-g JD 12 ft no. 400 rod 71 (i. 6 inch Mayralh grain auger Brigcjs-Slratlon molar; 16 ft. 4 inch grain auger; McCoy Rend roller PTO auger, good IHC 6 fi. culler bar PTC plus exlra knives; Mc- Cormick 7 ft. cut PTO "Ihrc-c- poinl fid deck U'X8' JD running genr, rubber tirev 24T BALER 1 years old, excellent condition HKSTON HAY BINDER PTO wiih hydraulics, 10 ft. cul Only 2 years old COCKSHUTT 422 COMBINE Heavy Duly Air-Cooled Engine 6 TRACTORS McCormick WD 9 "diesel" wild hydraulic r. rubber, good condition. McCormick Standard WD 6 good rubber liocfY, pood MASSEY FERGUSON NO. 135 DIESEL 455 hours, with Robin Front End Loader Plus Bale Fork (10 bale cnpacily) TRUCK 19-14 Chevrolel 7 Ion truck wiih groin and Hock racks. ANTIQUES No of old lanterns, 1 old radios; 'Renfrew' cream separator, k d reiser, 3 complete beds; 5 eld 3 sad -rons with one wooden handle; wooden plane; 2 mink Iraps; hoy knife; a! Scalch Homj Comfort stove-; Sunbeam Oak No. 115 "coal'' stove-; Prairig Queen "wood" siove, Guclph Slavs Co. MISCELLANEOUS 12 planks 3'xlO'x24' plui quantify ol feme pojisi qrais seeder; McCormick 3-5 h.p. engine, woter U bags ferlilirer 16-20-0; 6 bogs fertilizer 11-55-0; 75-ft. ondleis bell; rotary pump; dump rake; quonljty o' wogon running gear; sel of tractor chains; old-type rodweede'; 3 seb harrcwi; pcsl hole digger; lire chains; 'j doi. neck yokes; 2 sets harness; doi. collars; anvil; vicp; gai pump; one stock saddle; spark plug pump; 500-600 Ibi. of grass teed; bob sleigh; hammers, elc.j o very forge quantify of scrap iron. KEN HURLBURT License 274 DAVE McNAB License 670 PROCTOR a GAMBLE CELLULOSE, LTD. engaged In tho production ol Bleach KraFl Pulp in Grands Prairie, Alberta, hai the following openings! PULPING DEPARTMENT 1, PRODUCTION MANAGER Responsibilities, lo include management of chip screening, digesting end bleaching areas reporting direclly to fhe Unit Manager. fhe juccessful applrconl will be o gradu- ole engineer, probably o chemical or mechanical en- gineer with 5-10 years experience in continuoui proceti supervision, pulp mill experience, allhough desirable, not a requirement for lhs posilion. 2. MAINTENANCE MANAGER Responsibilities will includfl the luccessful maintenance of lha pulping department, reporling direclly to Ihe Unll Manager. Qualifications, a engineer, preferably mechani- cal with 5-10 years Jnduifriol experfenca in ihe mainten- ance of o conlinuoui process operation, supervisory ond planning experience required. Pulp mill experence is de- sirable not required. Thcso poiilionj lo be filled In July, 1972. ihould be lubmilled pnor to June 1, 1972. THE PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT 1. PRODUCTION: MANAGER Responsibililies will include lha management of pulp drying, finishing, warehousing and i hipping areas, re- posing directly lo ihe Unil Manager. Qualifications, a graduate engineer, probably chemical or mechanical wilh 2-10 years experience ond continuous process supervision. Pulp mill experience, pulp drying (Flan) and the finishing is desirable but no) essential. 2. MAINTENANCE MANAGER Responsibilities, planning and supervision of mainten- ance programs wilhin ihe production department reporl- ing lo ihe Unit Manager. Qualified i1 ions, a graduate engineer 2-10 yeors of industrial maintenance experience including planning and supervisory functions. These posilions fa bo filled in August, 1972. Resumes lo be submilted by June 15, 1972. VVOODYARD DEPARTMENT 1. MAINTENANCE MANAGER Responsibilities, include all maintenance wilhin a depart- ment: receiving, debarking, shipping, mobile equipment, cfc. Qualifications, an engineer graduate wilh a minimum three years industrial mainienance experience and famili- arity wilh mobile (.'quip men I maintenance. 2. ELECTRICAL SHOP AND ELECTRICAL TRAINING MANAGER Responsibilities, la include flie supervision of I lie elec- trical shcpj, technical (pclmicion Irnininp and Iroublc-shoot- inn lliroughoul ihn mi" Irnonrn, prr forcibly rn continuous processing. Thr-se positions to be filled by July, 1972. Resumes to submitted by Juno 1, UTILITIES AND CHEMICALS DEPARTMENT 1. POWER HOUSE PRODUCTION MANAGER Responsibilities, will involve power houss supervision with direct roporlmg lo the Unit Manager. Qualifica lions, Albono 1 it Class He am engineer licensa. 2. PRESSURE VESSEL INSPECTOR Tho successful applicnnl will hold an Alberta 1 si clcisi sleam engineer liccnsa and will havo exlensivo experirnco in pressure inspection. Ho will renorl direclly lo ihe Unit Manager, 3. MAINTENACE ENGINEER Tlin successful oppliconi will bn a qrciduatr rnginon with 3-10 yoors experience in power house mainlonnnce. A. INSTRUMENT ENGINEER The successful applicant will be a graduate nnginoer preferably mechanical or electrical wilh ftvlonsivn porirnco in industrial inslrumeniniion. Gradunlns of n tccliniccil school (1 yrnrO wifl bt> ton- boM-d on experirncr in thfi finld of nirnlntion. Thcsn positions will bo filled in Augusl, 1972. Resumes to bo subniitled prior to July 15, 1972. All applications mny be BubmillcH In confidents lo Ihe PER. SONNEL MANAGER, Troclor and Gamble CELLULOSE, LTD., R.R. No. 2, Grnndo Prnirio, Alberta. W. M. "B1U" COX ARNOLD JORDAN COMBINED FARM AUCTION SALE 1 mile west of Fort Macleod on Hwy. 3. Turn north on Hwy. 2, continue 1 mile lo Spring Point Rood. Fofiow Spring Pomi Rood weif 18 miles, then mile north. SATURDAY, JUNE 10th -10 a.m. LUNCH AVAILABLE TERMS: CASH TRACTORS McCormlcV WD 6 'Diesel' belt pulley, ligMs, pood rub- ber, good working condition: McCormick WD 9 'Diesel' live hydraulic system, cob, lights, good rubber, good work- ing cond.f JD MC 'Cal' gas, with doier blade, hydraulic controlled, running condilionj Mossey Horrii 44 'gaj', fair rubber. TRUCKS 1950 IHC ton truck wiih grain bnx. 1959 Mercury ton truck, running condition. CULTIVATORS, PLOWS, DRILLS, AUGERS 8 fi. Victory V 6 ft. JD one way willi seeder allach.) 12 fi. Massey high wheel double disc drill v-'i-iH fertilizer anach., good working order; McCormick 4 bol- lom disc plow; 13 ft. Jeffrey cultivator) 12 fl. 2 older type double disc drills, good for IB ft. May- rath 6 inch groin auger with gas enginej 16 -fl. Mayralh J inch grain auger. SPRAYERS, MOWERS, RAKES, BALERS, ETC. Weed co-op 2-4-D field sprayer, 200 gal. lank wild 46 ft. bcorm; 6 ft. no. 15 mower wiih exlra blades; 7 Fl. Cockshutt no. 15A mower wilh exira blndev 7 ft. McCormick mower; 5 wheel Farmhand side delivery rokc-; one dump rakej 6 bale Mocker; Oliver 60 baler, working condition, Oliver 50 baler, working condition; 12 fl. Massey swather, PTO with canvas; rubber lircd bale wagon; harrows; two-wheeled trailer; 2-1wo comparlment fuel tanks, 400-100 and 250-500 gat. cap.j wagon running gears ond wogon wheeli. ANTIQUES 5 legged ock dining room lable with 5 leaves and 4 chcirs; 2 nnliquc dresser wilh bevelled mirror; drop-leaf dining room table willi c-xlra no. of kerosene and gas lamps; no. of