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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1943 Arnkem Almost Successful Montgomery Praises Fighting Qualities of American Soldiers Bf BOSS MtTNRO (linked up with i iSss StSf Write) jof airborne SO per cent successful arc says j o- the Ardennes that the battle of the Ardennes j si primarilv br the staunch te -wms TToa primary y te sa erv fighting gaatirles of American sol- Lord also explain UJs Tffhich Gen. UJs Tffhich Gen. completed everitballr for a angie which became alJ-out crive across the northern s cocsiincra unpr front over the and deep into j jr. 1S44. liord soldiers and says _ths: ther Tt" Germans' subsequent completed by interne possible as :proved. the field Found Money Lost On Merry-go-round NEWARK. X.J.. May ear-old Sose Feliariio dressed s surse riding a and in large blew snd she told she found the purse, con- Mining a iiandful of ana the street. "er oarests wemrt home, she related! S3 she picked up Irese Capato. 13. and the ivo the park- impounded the money. -sell become the property of nseianned tnthin sis ninths. WINTERS 3 SOUTHAM 00 ON STRIKE siderahle risk. It was josusec. ass. j :o drive 10 there bees good -B-estner tcere front which KO fuH success we-ic deliberate oper- have been achieved. Sisenhcwer eventually WEATHER A HINDRANCE ,_ Abroad front policy. Sad weather prevented the buHa- .--_-- no 'be 1st British airborne civi- Lore Mcn.aomery s- at the enezy i ;o pose the British troops. The British corps, north ires Belgium, could have i across ihe United Church And Anglicans Sound Out Union TORONTO. May cnestion of union befsretn the Church of England In Canada ana the United Church has progresses to the point irhere reports trd: be presenied to the Dominion ir.ee-t- Ess of both churches next Sep- it reported here. Union "sras here last by representatives of the great Protestant cenominauons. ss a join; ccntnuttee. The joirjt chairmen are Ht- Hev. John L-ons. of Bishop of CtetarJo Dioesse of the Anglican church, and Very Hev. J. R. Sclate5- Toronto, former moderator of the rnited Church- of tinion has cropped -or several vears but the nestings here Trere the first concrete action. The Church as latest official -ig- ures had adherents in Cp- sds, -c-hUe nembership of tae An- gicaa church In ths sase ssamate Tras given, ss l.islJ.SS- isst sreat onion of Protes- tant dencEEiisations in Canada -was the of the TTrited Cnnrca IB. 1035 consstSng of the Methodist. Consregationaljst; and Presbytergn althouEh. a considerable bodv of Prestensis reicsined apars and" are fawsrn as Churchiii has assured India's "ttstouchabies" thai his uarrr -srill "do iis atmos; to protect the of the imtouch- aides." YESi WE WILL BUY S20.00 YOUR Per ton. BONES MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers tStoghound Car Suffers Damage scheduled Alberta tour of the oind armored car has been postponed. Heac.cuar- -1 M announced todav. came as f result of a of the large nres of the vehicle a: Stettler. The con- cussion from the explosion was o- j a force that the cnver wor.- j I if ihe vehicle had hit s nune. i Bsmase to the vehicle macs ini- s 'possible for the occupants to msa-e !an exit thresh the side coor. i vehicle is being returnee, to. where i: remain until hss been shipped from 'the The continuance of the TOUT be announced as soon as have been made. "Operation Casey Jones" Revealed May i air force officers here have re- Ivaled ho-ar the Usnted States C-ommsHd lamschefi a oneratioa. throughout the States _ "Operation Casey meet the emergency curing the receni American rail- road strike- Cnder the ulaa planes from ail over the continent were copcen- trated as focal points in the United States lor emergency flights _ .TBriui man, rescuing perishable foodstuffs marooned oa raaisay sidings and transport top ranking officials on the strike settlemsm. The officers said thai gallons i-I aviation gasoline -were stored at feev points in the United States and scores of demobilized sir transport officers -were recalled to duty. j FIND SPAEf HAS ARMY 500.000 MEN MADRID, May of six foreien miiitsrv attaches visited the Pyrenees frontier the treefe of Mav 13 agreed that Spain has anorosiniately troops in thas area, aH of them disposed de- fensivelv, and that, total Spanish army strength fss about Survey Red Deer River Diversion EDMONTON. May veys have been started on tne Keo i Deer nver diversion project an estimated initial j outlay of between S7.005.000. E. Gray of cf -srater develop- rse-" for the Prairie farm tation Act saicl to- day. Mr. Grav said necessary surveys will oe this year to prepare for construction, but it is not in- tended to do actual work on the project this year. The involves the con- struction o: a cam west of a canal :o Coronation. Irrisation. stock watering and power puricees be served by this pro- Mr. Gray said tenders will be called snortly for mnnels in con- nection with" the S: Kary's-MUk river project in Southern Alberta. DCTCH CATHOLIC PARTY MAINTAINS ITS LEAD Edmonton Bulletin Printers Join Journal Walk-Out; Joint Masthead EDMOXTOV Mar printers strike beone ntete in Edmontiu tcidav when 26 of the Sff S Bulletin off their jobs, 32 printers of the Edmonton Journal failed to report for work Davidson. representative of the InUrn.tional Typo- graphical Union to which the men belons. the Bulletm rom- had been ordered to walk out because the Bulletin S to print under the joint masthead of the Edmonton Journal and its own." Charles E. Campbell, publisher of the Bulletin, aa independent eonfinned that his printers had walked out but said fee no' immediate statement to The first edition of the Edmonton Bulletin had been before the men walked out. It appeared on the street carrying the joint masthead the Edmonton Bulletin-Edmonton Journal. Mr Davidson said union printers had refused set the masthead. He said it had been eventually set by other non-composins room members' of the newspaper's staff. Embarrassed But Mayor Explains AXDOYER. Mass. Mar town was 300 years old Thursday but a bit embarrassed by the facts of Siglish life. Fbr the special guests of the Ter- centenarv observance, the Mayor and Mayoress of Andover. Eng- land, town officials reserved a single rocia at the Inn, The English raayor. coanelllor G. D. Young, bachelor. He explained the mayoress, Mrs. Maud Sainsbury. -was appointed to the office because he was un- married. C.P.R. Reports Rain Is Needed WINNTPBG, May i is badly needed in Manitoba and Saskatchewan and is considerably less than normal this vear, the Ca- j Pacific Railway's i crop report said today, j Comparative fsgures for I from April 1 to May 27 this year and i last year were given In the report. J j. Average precipitation at 2O repre- j Gouzenko Story Read Into Record MOXTREALk May the objections of the defence, the today read into the record of a soy ring operating iu Canada to the" benefit of Rwssia. a ring of -the 1 137 inches compared with 2.73 in- daily editions. Composing roosa staffs of Bdmon- Jon's other newspaper, the Bdmoa- report an average precipitation oi j 1.01 inches compared v.th 157 last a normal flgme of 254 :on Bulletin, apparentlv were un- affected by tfee and report- ied for the night shift, as usual las: jiiighs. orRos average precipitation, i taken froai 32 representative points teas .74 inches compared -with last rear's figure of 2.03 and the nor- mal figure of 2.41. However, xaoss- TH5 HAGUS, May (Reuters) _ The Catholic party, which gained a narrow lead over the Labor party in the recent Dutch general elec- tion for the lower chamber, main- tained its ascendancy in the pro_- vinciai elections, results of which were announced Thursday. -esults will decide the com- position of the Dutch upper cham- bers. which appears likely to be as follows: Catholics 17 seats (corn- Dared with 15 in 14 Anti-Bevolutionary party, isamei; Christian Historical Union, five (six) Communists, four Liberals, three WAGE EARNERS _ FILE RETURNS OTTAWA, May The Ottawa faced witli the first strike since it bepa publication 1611 yeare ago. failed to publish either mornins or afternoon editions today fol- lowing a work stoppage last night bv 45 room em- ployeesT members of the Inter- nauonal Vmon compsny -eras seeking to institute. -With the spread of open shop operation, oar unions could be de- stroyed piecemeaL We are con- vinced that this is- the aim of the Southam comoany. If it is Rot. then -are challenge them to joint negotiations to prove their good faith. We cannot, reconcile a policy of acceptance of oar regulations i some conditions have improved as the result of moderately heavy rains iy The the report was made. I Calgary Herald, a Southam news- paper, "wss b-T, SUPPORT FROM BRITAIN Eoday of printers 01 Scutham news- _____ papers in Ottawa. Hamilton and MONTREAL, May Sisaonton. The Herald printers are fo_ ,he 2ea- members of the Csracian orooosai that international Trades Union Mrf. lines be inter- whereas the strikers are of the International Tvpograpsi- ca! Union (AJi.2. SPREAD BLAMED ON I.T.TJ. MONTHEAL. May for the spread of labor difficulties from Winnipeg to other cities There was no J 34J1UC S.i Ui v-ttt-ii i indication when lute of acceptance in others." j Southani newspapers are rest completely i I civU aviation trunS lines be inter- p-.ionaiiv (yarned and onerated came erapsi- frorn Banks soeakiEe for the United Kingdom delegation at the general assembly of the provis- ional international civil aviation orcanization. The proposal was advanced at the air conference in Chicago in No- vember and received support only from prarxe and Afghanistan. N OBLITERATES TRACKS OF CONVICTS OTHERS NOT AFFECTED The other Ottawa dash and Le "ere puolisn- j 01 ing as usual todav. unaffected by i Press, a Sifton newspaper, struck thl sinke which involves only news- Nov. B. 1945. in a disagreement jorer the terms of a new contract. Both the strike which involves i pacers of the Southam company. A statement issued by local rep- resentatives union indicated the disDUte stemmed back to the papers subsequently hired new com- posing room siaSfs. Meanwhile, a31 other departments o> of the union at j of tne Citiaea were working nor- Tribune, a Southam maUy today. The news room stall Wtanipeg pace EDMONTON, May Iff- Do- minion income tax" officials aere said that if some Alberta, farmers have been ordered to tile income tax: retums back to 1942 i; is prob- ajbly because inspectors nave founn they neglected to make returns year or vear as required of all wage earners under income tax regula- tions. The officials were comroennng on a Decent meeting of fanners of the Innisfaii district protesting orders thev said they had received to tax retums back, to 1942. Warning To Electricians GIVEX TOUR TEARS LONtXDN, Mar Cable-> .pte. Joan Joseph. Geilery, 21. of East Kildonan, Man., Thursday was sentenced to four years' penal ser- vitude when convicted after a sec- ond trial of roafcing Key. Joseph Henry Skepper of Nottingham with violence in "a Xxaadon hotel. added work stoppages take place in the composing rooms j CKCO. of two other Southam papers the j FAIL TO REPORT Hamilton Spectator and the ad- 1 P monton Journal. land The sofs coal strike and oilier work sioppages in the U.S. have se: back the" output of automobiles and other consumer goods by at least monihs. RSGIXA. ilay track if escaped convicts was obJiter- ated ov rain which forced Koyal Ca- nadian Mounted Police to call o3 "Dark." the police dog which had followed the scent across fields for nine raHes. Ernes; Aucoln. 25, and Thomas A Snerson. 29. escaped from Regina jail on Wednesday after sawing throush bars of the prison laundry window where thev had been work- ing. that the check- in? on Rose, and his recorcmenda- tioa, was done by identified as the cover name for tae Russian Consul in New York. in 1942. The young former Russian em- bassy cipher- cleri said that In this case, meanr the N.K.YJX the Russian Secret Police- LUNAN TRIAL POSTPONED OTTAWA. May Lunan, 30 formfr Canadian infor- mation service official, appeared before County Court Judge A. G. McDougaU here today his trial on espionage charges was immed- iately postponed with ihe new date teniatively set for June 17. SWEEPS CONSIDER STRIKE WINNIPEG. May (C.P.) A. I. Johnston, president of the Greater Winnipeg Chimney Sweep- ers Association, said today discus- sions now are taking place the city's screens on possible strike action." The sweeps are protesting i a citv by-law which gives the fire I chief full responsibility ;y inspections. They are "report to the chief once each day. last strike tiona Winnings menbers" of the union In Edmonton plans were made to and not because of anything the publish the Journal through use of Citizen had neglected or declined photo engraving. Pages would be s_ tvDed. photograohed then en- graved, the same method used oy the Winnipeg papers in the early navs of the strike there. The Ham- ilton Spectator planned to publish at the usual time one of its three to" do in fulfilment of its contractil obligations. _ STRIKE rXJTSAlfiiJJ The stri3ie in Ottawa was "wnoily unjustified, improper and illegal." ers the manaeement. Itecision of the Southam company to negotiate contracts .separately in different cities had been confirmee by a decision of the nauonai labor relations board May 23. union's statement saia the strike had as its main issue tiie "open which, the Soutnam Electrolux Cleaners Service Supplies Phone 4481 1264-3rd Are. S. Elecirolmc (Canada) Limited Members of the Masonic Fraternity of the City and District are invited to attend DIVINE SERVICE on Sunday, June 2 AT ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH when they will be addressed by Rev. L. L. Grant. Registration opens at 6.30 in the Masonic Han, Tenth St. 5, under Auspices of York Lodge No. 119, AJ. and A3L Social hour in Masonic Hall after service. CAR----------------- PRESERVATION MADE EASY Just bring in your car once a month for lubrication and inspection. Beny Chevrolet- Oldsmobile Ltd. Chevrolet, Oldsmobile Cars; Chevrolet and Maple Leaf Trucks Sales and Service Two locations: 7th Street Lethbridfe It is expected that savaged electrical equipment and materials become avauable when enxergency far project bufldlags are dismaatled. Persons acquiring this equip- ment and materials must taie every precantion to insure that it Is free from, defects and suit- able for re-use before tnraTitag in new locations. Where such materials are csed, a notice must be posted stating that they are free from, defects and are suit- able for re-use. Ttie notice must also Include raTr.f of the person or firm responsible for the installation. The Provincial Sectrical In- spection Department not ap- prove or accept any Installations where defective salvaged ma- terials hare been usec. G. H. K. MOXKMAN, Depaty aiinJsier of Public WorJs EDMONTON 3IAT GET CUT Ef GAS KATES EDMONTON, May 33 Ed- monton's natural gas rates will be en: from. 25 to 20 cents per cubic fee; if city council at a spe- .cial meeting Friday accepts a re- 1 conimendation of Mayor Ainlay anc city commissioners. Mayor Aiulay I announced. The cut would result in a yearly saving of approximately tc natural sas constuners MONTY MEETS PREMJEB. KING LONDON. Mav Caole) Marshal Viscount Montgom- ery BritJsn chief of staff, today met Prime Minister Mackenzie King in the hotel and discussed tne details of the Jield Marshal's tour of Canada iace this summer. POUCE DOG AIDING SEARCHERS FOR- BOY Alta, May dog of the R.C. is leading a partv of searchers Jin the Vegrevule disttict who are 'looking for 17-yesr-old Robert of Hanfariy. He has been ujissiiig from his home since 11 ajn. last Wednesday. PATTERSON CRITICIZES C.C.F. BOSsruvvN. May iW. 3. Patterson, former liberal premier of Saskatchewan, charged iin speech last night that the C.CP. party is built on promises i which have not been sept and which cannot be fulfilled. The provincial Liberal leader went on to criticize jthe budget brought down in the i legislature this year. TRACTOR TIRES, TUBES RIMS complete chanseorers. Trimbles For Tires 316-Utfa St. S. Phone 200? RJ3. 11249 TECHNOCRACY INC, presents TED FEARMAN, VANCOUVER, B.C. Authorized" speaker for Technocracy Inc. Snbject: "Concept for a Continent" A timely and Interestirg subject at this time of unrest and now prevailing on this continent. Make a date to hear this lecture. Monday, June 3rd, 8.30 p.m. A PLAIN STATEMENT ABOUT YOUR NEXT WINTER'S FUEL 11 IHE ONLY WAY that you can be sure of an adequate supply of coal for next winter is to PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH YOUR COAL DEALER AT ONCE, Domestic fuel is more readily available in Canada during the early summer months. Coal must be kept moving from the Dealers' Yards to household bins. DO NOT DELAY, it is your responsibility to order your coal NOW. The longer yen put off ordering the less chance you will have of getting a full winter's supply. DEPARTMENT OF RECONSTRUCTION ANrSUPPtf HON-C-D-HOWE, Minister ;