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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE Immigration To Be Made Easier OTTAWA. May Minister Gieu today announced ajaendments to the immigration Act is ijossible for the rela- tires of persons in Canada to come to the Dominion from foreign coun- tries providing the relatives can support them. Mr. Glea said an order-in-cour-cU had been passed amending the Im- migration Ac: and addicg to tile classes which may oe EOKUUed. The action taken is intended as a short term measure to provide for the admission so Canada of ap- proved persons who can be both maintained until established and provided housing by relatives. and to in some measure the pressing demands being sttade on behalf of refugees or displaced per- sons having relatives in Canada anxious to provide them with said Mr. Glen. Mr. Glen sasd the action did cot mean an immediate movement, of immigrants from overseas. There! s'.ill a shortage of tipn and many thousands of Oani- dians and dependents were overseas return to Canada. JUNE SET FOR JUNG'S IUKTI1DAY OTTAWA, May State Secretary Martin an- uouueed in the commons that a proclamation is being is- sued fixing June 1O as the day on which the King's birthday will be celebrated in Canada this year. MA-NXl.NG'S ACTION IS CONDEMNED BY DRIES EDMONTON, May Associated Temperance Forces of Alberta in convention today en- dorsed a letter to be sent to Premier condemning the premier's action in refusing to meet a dele- gation of temperance forces which sought to protest tie recent in- crease of beer parlor hours from eight to 12. CANADIAN NAME FOR CANADIAN A. F. U. WORKING OUT PLANS OX STRIKE EDMONTON. Mar executive of the Alberta Fanners I'nion worked out plans today for fanner meetings in various parts of the province discuss further the possibility of a non-delivery strike of farm products by some farmer- members of the union as a pro- test ajjalnst an increase in the price of farm machinery. NEW TAXES FOR SEES REGINA. May Sas- katchewan government might be compelled not only to continue the education tax also to de- velop other taxes !f by any chance the Dominion-Provincial conference dees not succeed. Provincial Treas- urer C. M. Fines said today. NO COMMENT ON "HOLIDAY" EDMONTON. May ier Manning had no comment to make today on the threat of the mine-workers to take a one-day holidav protest strike against the personnel of the workmen's com- pensation board. APFEAL BOARD URGED OTTAWA, May lishment of 3. seven-man appeal board to hear and determine any appeal made by a taxpayer from an assessment under the income war tax acE and the excess profits tax act recommended Tuesday in a re- port tabled in the senate. OTTAWA, May struction Minister Howe said Tues- day .Trans-Canada Airlines was looking for a name for the new fcur-engined. 40-passenger DC4M- rvpe plane being manufactured in Montreal ior :ts lines. The first, of them are expected to be delivered this rear. As a distinctly Canadian r for Canadian con- Highlights In The News signed Soviet Russia and Iceland. British troops have begun a large- scale clearing action in the Medan region of the Netherlands East In- dies island of Sumatra following re- peated clashes between British, pa- trols and Indonesian extremists. Retail merchants in Regma must decide whether they want to sub- mit to having their business li- censed by the provincial govern- ment and to regulations propound- ed by the lieutenant-governor in council. I. H. StockUfn of Saska- toon, said, speaking at the 33rd annual convention of the Saskatch- Teeter Shows What He Can Do Dr. William Stuart Stacbury an- nounced in Toronto a nation-wide plan sponsored fay the Canadian Red Cross Society, to collect tlood and supnly it to hospitals for use just show, not what you can in free blood transfusions. The pro- ject involving a outlay, 'wUl ccet S5QQ.090 a year to maintain, and is expecied to be under way in 13 mouths. Lawyers who defesd Former Premier Hideki Tojo and 25 other major Japanese war cnsaes suspects hate asked for more time to pre- pare their cases. Joined his four babies on the shore i ff of the Smiling Pool near Peter. Ee ft called them out of hiding and they j ff ax, once resumed running about as i ff if nothing had happened. ff That was cried j ff Peter. "I was sure you would be caught acd I never would see you ff again. Never was I ever more sur- prised than when I saw you plunge 5 ff into the water right out of that A Hawk's very claws. 1 guess he was ff Lei others boast, but as for you as surprised as was I." j "It was nothing. Sharpshin i wasnt surprised. Probably he was A disappointed, but riot surprised.; f "New Agricultural FEDERAL GRANTS TO School Location FAIRS KESUMED I I To Be Decided Sooft OTTAWA, May Agriculture Minister Gardin- er said last night in the government pre-war Teeter the Sandpiper. o w fairs cf the payments was __ ccet o-ver S3QO.OOO a year to That, is good advice. Never boast j He had had the same thing hap- what jou can do. but do it. To pen raprs than once before. It is a'. boast is to create douot. To do is; nice trick when you know how and s to end just when to do it." said Teeter. Peter Rabbit had just seen] "True. Very agreed Peter F CONFERENCE TO RESODZ X EDMONTON, JMay A tioa of the sew J500.00O agricultural 1 school planned for Albert among the decisions made jf the agricultural education meets here June 5, it wa i today. Costs of construction of I.', third agricultural school for the province will be shared by the Dominion and provincial, gov- emiEeats. The Alberta government appropriated at the, session of the legislature. -iti a nice trick LONDON. May Cable) KawkT Teeter! fo do anything when you know conference of farmers from. had bees flying .suss. a. little above i gravely. "Is is always a nice trick .assy 5 !to do anything when you know conference of farmers OF i how and when "'of the lass of Army occupation icy to Stagland tot Canada -sras delay- week br engine liner He De Stance :o be postponed, :oday. AU CLAXXF. men were orlginaJlr 10 (be cut of Gerrcanv by the ead of j May. bus !t was learned There are TOKYO. May Kun: 1.000 troops delayed in settled the matter. jurv into j "Do vcu mean vou the slavm? of Mrs." Herman.. asked Peter. 60. at Winnipeg or. May 20. returr.- i Teeter's reply was short and a Moh. who sought to the Krm. -sec -lOU-ifor rus father. A Japanese court convicted Lee Kun Shun of slaying ed a verdict nanung her suitor tor, bst testy "How coulc I r.y without Abraham Goodman. 65. as her j Tell me that. Peter Rab- a Japanese who had kUled another son. increase 1S44. of about oier slayer. strike commissioners to request Wartime Housing Limited to include the city in future housing projects earned on throughout Canada :o relieve the housing shortage. Seventv members of the Empire Press and proprie- tors of empire newspapers will tour the Frerch. Belgian. Dutch and German battlefields starting July 1. it was announced in Her- Iraoerial Mills was effected .e ac Yarmouth. XJ5 when the textile workers voted to accept the com- 1 i Peter remembered something, remembered looking down from and seeinsj Dipper the tinder water. DEMOLISH SHIPYARDS DODDS KIDNEY PILLS ford. Germany, ten cays. The tour is to lost Heske Kerby. 21. who escaped from the North Dakota state peni- ciULUUllrllVC KUiUCiA _ sand gallons of gold paint will be! tennary late Monday nigh., alter wage increase. Provincial police headauarters Victoria reported the death of LONDON. May Demolition teams of the Rcyal Navy j have completed des-.raction of the] anc Voss shioyards j I Sa; Hamburg: the German battleship was built. The' Teeter nodded. That's rfeht. j were "he largest vs. Germany, only we call it flying, not swim- i mirig- If you like better to call it i swimming "go ahead. It won't stop me from flying in the water as 1 you will go up Jcseph Rcser Marceau. 26, of 3 real." killed whea an R.CAF. truck aei. u.e yuu wm u he was dnvins left the road at MUe th bj h bank. 383, Alaska Saturday. Marie Fischer, arrested for espi- _ -M _ onaw last harmed herself because T don't believe you. I do. i in her Paris pnson cell. Sne spied j Teeler. But I would like to see you j for the Germans in the First Great; ny in the water. I once watched War and is belie-, ed to have given Dipper the Grebe fly in the water can look down in deep water 111 show you." Peter agreed at once. "It isn't i information that led to 2 whole French regiment, being wiped out in 1913. Grain-Livestock-Stocks GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg Grain Prices WIKNIPEG, May on deferred months of rye futures on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange fell the iuil five-cent limit shortly after the opening today en modest selling based on reports of rain in Alberta and western Saskatchewan. Dealings stagnated at the bottom levels and all futures closed five cents lower. However, there were no dealings in the May and July. Final prices were May S2.16a. nominal; Julv S2.53; Oct. and Dec. S2.16a. i The United Kingdom took bushels of wheat. CASH PRICES grades unchanged, at j 51 C.W. 261. Screenings, common downward to No price was established for hogs j which" closed previously at. dressed, j grade A S3K75, grade Bl S2035, sows i There were no sheep or lamo sales. Receipts reported by the Domin- ion Marketing Service were: Cattle 210. calves 130, hogs 130, sheep and lambs 50. Unsold from, yesterday were 100 head of cattle- Chicago livestock CHICAGO. May good and choice barrows and gilts, S14.85; sows. 514.10. Chicago Grain Prices CHICAGO, May inspired primarily by favorable crop news caused new oats futures to drop around a cent today and dis- lodged the March corn contract from its ceiling price. Most of the activity was provided by local trad- ers. Cash purchases of grain for future delivery included bushels of new crop oats. Cattle calves 500; choice steers SIS; long vearlings S17.SO; heifers S17.85; bulfc steers S16J25 to most heifers S15.75 to Sheep 1500; medium to choice Nebraska fed woolled lambs medium to good with skins to few native spring lambs to SIS: good and choice ewes skins to SS.75; choice woolled kinds TORONTO MINES (Bv James Richardson and Sors) Open Close j Aunor Seattle riARKET TRENDS AVAIi STREET STOCKS: Scattered stock.- hit bull market hishs today while many leaders cat down by more insistent profit Prices to here and there before midday and. near the close, ir- regularity ivas the rule. TORONTO STOCKS: er orices rnlsd for the ;old and industrial stocks in the later hours of today's Toronto ex- market and both had sizable index gains at the close. and I want to see how you do it." said he as he prepared to hop up on the high bank where he could look down into the Smiling Pool. I It was the same place from which I he had watched the Grebe. The water was clear and still. Not a i single Merry Little Breeze was i around to ripple the surface. For j a short distance out from the shore Peter could see to the bottom. "Feet-weet! Watch called i Teeter. He flew out and right in I front of Peter he dived Into the water. Peter could see him plainly and sure enough he was flying through the water. Anyway he was using his wings to" send him throush the water. said he. when he re- turned to the shore. "I gtiess we'll call it flying. Any- war 'it looks like It." said Peter. Then, he asked, "do you know what I think? I think you are just as much a water bird as land bird." Teeter shook his head. "No." said he. "I'm a shore bird who has found out that it is often handy to be able to feel at home In the water. (Copyright. 1S46. by T. W. Burgess) Teeter Wins FAT'S TAXI and DELIVERY SERVICE For prompt and courteous service you can't go wrong by phoning MONTREAL STOCKS: In- dustrizt, moved to a new all- time high in the indices up 10 the finii hour today on the stock exchange and curb market in irregular transactions. Papers ware lower on average. Bid. Kirk Central Pat. were At the'close new oats contracts i chesternlle ere to lower, August 83 corne Morning, MHtrJMHAS BRING SATISFIED SEAMS or and old contracts were unchanged to -i lower. September SOU. March com finished down U at 14S1i. Bid prices on new barley were down a cent. AH other grains wire un- changed. 'TTENDER, fluffyJight Aunt Jemimas are always a hit at any meal of the day! Their satisfying goodness, and tempting fra- grance awaken appetites and bring exclamations of delight! Prepared in a jifiy Aunt Jem- imas are the ideal answer to quick and easy to prepare meals that satisfy! Serve delicious golden- brown Aunt Jemima Pancakes tomorrow and revel in your family's praises! LIVESTOCK Calgary Livestock CALGARY, May run of cattle due to poor road con- ditions. Prices fully steady. Tuesdavs receipts: 931 cattle, three calves. 682 hogs, 37 sheep. This mornings receipts: 134 caule, 112- hogs. Hogs sold Tuesday at S19 for A's. Sows S13.25. Good to choice butcher steers S12.25 to S13; common to medium. S10 to S12. Good to choice butcher heifers S11.50 to S12 50; common to medium S9 to S11.25. Gcod to choice fed calves" 312 to common to medium SI0.50 to S11.50. Good cows S9JZ5 to S10; common to medium S7 50 to S9. Canners and cutters So to S7.25. Good to choice veal calves _to common to medium S9 to SlLoO. Sprjng Iambs S14 to S15. Good ewes S5 to So 50. Toronto Livestock TORONTO. May were only a few sales of weishtv stosrs, steady at S1350 to S14 ,n cattle trade on the livestock market early today. Veal caUes were striay at S1530 to S16.50 for choice with Dome East Malartic Falconbndge God's Lake...... Harricana...... Hasaga........ Hudson Bay Kirk. Lake...... Little Long Lac llacassa Madsen R. L. Mclntyre...... Mylamaque 490 125 25 245 2GO 263i 189 510 78 163 43'4 182 237 375 365 74 Joliet Quebec...... 77 Lapaska Noranda...... Omega........ Pamour...... Pickle Crow Powell Bouyn Preston E. D..... San Antonio Shemtt Gordon Sladen Mai. SulLvan Trans-Continental Upper Can..... Wasa...... Wnght-Har. 40 67 33 160 350 90 240 435 230 62 240 155 238 113 495 495 127 27 245 199 27 195 525 79 25 170 43 195 240 335 375 6S1: 70 76 44 The next story: More Respect. CANADIAN STOCKS OBv James Richardson and Sons) I Open Ciose Absubi 20 20-A M10II PL1TERS THEiTIE LAST TIMES TONIGHT Can. Vickers 33 Cons Paper 22H Cons. Smelters 99 Dist. Corp -Seagram 127 Dom. Bridge 44'i Dom. Steel" "3" 22U Fanny Farmer 621; 33 I Ford "A" 27'i 160 i Hiraa: Walker...... 154 355 j Imperial Oil........ 14'i 90 mt Nickel 45 245 of Wods........ 34S 510 Lobiaw "A" 273 Massev Harris 19 62 McColl Front...... 250 Minn, and Ont....... 2S'-i 145 Nat. Brew............ 50 245 Otrilvis Flour 33 111 Powell Rrver......... 33U 500 "MADONNA OF THE SEVEN MOONS" With PHYLLIS CALVERT STEWART GRANGER Hit No. 2 'DIXIE JAMBOREE" FRANCIS LANGFORD GUY KIBBEE ROXY FAMOUS PLATERS THEATRE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE TUNEFUL, RJNFUL...MUSICAL CARGO OF MELODY! Total sales 1J268.000 shares. TORONTO AVERAGES 207.53: uo .35. Golds. 12349; up 1.45. Base metals. 10332; down .70. Western oils. down .03. Sick's Brew. I DOW JONES Dow JoneF at close: 30 Industrial.-- 212 50. uo 30. 20 Railroads 6287- off 19. 15 Utilities 43.74: up .03 coJI BffFan j V" Ouoker Oof? Company of Canada LimHtdl wn, AS AS TOAST! Tte PeAce Safety Chedk tpomarmd by Beny Chevrolet- Oldsmobile Ltd. Chevrolet, Oldstnobile Cars; Chevrolet and Maple Leaf Trucks Sales and Service Two locations: 7th Street S., Lethbridge Trading Facilities in Bonds Our Bond Department offers investors comprehensive facilities for trading in Canadian Government, Public Utility and Corporation Bontii. Quotations, offerings, and inx estment suggestions may be had vpoa request. JAMES RICHARDSON SONS McFARlAND BUILDING IETHBRIDGE Phone 4335 Offices from Montreal to Victoria connected by direct private wires. 12 THE SPARKS FLY IN THIS NEW IT'S THAT OLD GABLE APPEAL AND THAT NSW GARSON DYNAMITE! HERE TOM AND JERRY Color Cartoon Sprinstime For Thomas" World News Feature Times CLARK GABLE GREER GARSON JOAN BLONDELl THOMAS MITCHELL 4 DAYS C4HTOI KWSPAPLRl ;