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Medicine Hat Daily News (Newspaper) - November 23, 1948, Medicine Hat, Alberta , Iii any iy4b Medicine hat daily news Ottawa elevator operator knew past pm a investigate firing j i i r m. A. Of police chief As a Good word for the newest one too Foga Quot Ottawa up a if you watch enough prime ministers come find go they finally by come just like everyone else. At least that a the Way Joe Levesque feels. Joe has watched them All since sir Robert Borden occupied the suite of rooms on the second floor of the cast blocks the rooms permanently reserved for the a Infra a first minister. Philosopher As Well As civil servant Joe is the 62-year-old Public works department employee who runs the privy Council elevator. Joe As he is called by the Cabinet a has a Brief word to say about each prime minister he has known. Father stands helpless family Burns to death Butternut wis. We a Young Mother and her family of three were burned to death Early today As her husband stood by , unable to enter their blazing Home. The victims were mrs. Do Loyd Beebe 22, and the couples children Inice five Chester four and Jean months. Beebe 23, was at work at a nearby factory when the alarm sounded. He glanced out a window and saw his Home ablaze. He raced to the scene but a High wind had fanned the flames out of control and he enter the one Storey Frame Structure. Sir Robert Norden a the was a Nice Man a recalls Joe. A i say anything against old Borden a it. Hon. Arthur Meighen Arthur Meighen took Over from sir Robert in 1919 and returned to the East Block briefly in 1926. A a Welchen was a Joli Ufier he was a said Joe with a smile. A a he a come in and head say a Joe what re you looking so Grumpy about these Days a former Viscount Bennett r. B. Bennett was prime minister from 1930-1935, Joe recalls. A Bennett was the Man to remember his staff a Joe said simply. A the never forgot Mackenzie King Joe probably knows More about former prime minister Mackenzie King than a lot of persons. A King was Fine but it was the people or. King believed in he really thought about the people not his and then St. Laurent when it. Hon. Louis St. Laurent trip from government House stepped out of his car in his first after he had be6n sworn in As prime minister a Grey haired slightly built elevator operator Joe stepped Forward bowed a trifle and murmured something. The prime minister smiled. A Merci Joe a he said. And then he disappeared up in the elevator to his office. Dismissal of chief Constable Arthur Baker of Chesterville ont., shown Here will be investigated by the Ontario police association executive. They were told his firing followed traffic charges Laid by the chief against two Chesterville councillors. Baker claimed that after the first charge had been made and upheld he was warned that if it occurred again he would be fired. King suffers continued from Page one Rich co amp a Alwais better Edwards is it wars featured at Safeway stores empires rejoicing at the birth of a son to Princess Elizabeth a week ago. Messages of condolence poured into the Palace Fagin All quarters. While it was apparent that the rulers present condition is not critical there was no attempt to minimize the Gravity of his ailment. They agreed that the Kings condition was the result of a the Strain of the last 12 years a since he sue needed to the throne in 1936. The King who ascended the throne in 1936 and will be 53 dec. 14, was to have sailed with Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret in mid january on a tour of austra a and Kew zealand. Five doctors have been giving the King leg massages and electrical therapy for More than a week. These Wil it be two weeks ago the King first complained of a loss of feeling in his right foot. My re recently Palace informants said he has been feeling pain in the foot. Former boy Soprano Bobby Breen lost in missing plane Hayward mis. Pm five aircraft took off amid Snow flurries at Waukesha today to conduct an Aerial search for the plane which disappeared yesterday while carrying Toronto born Singer Bobby Breen to a Remote Hunting area. Buck Webster whose flying service owns the missing single engined Stinson led the flight off. I the searching Mission is manned by Volunteer pilots. Just before leaving Waukesha Webster is id he believes the plane must have landed in yesterday afternoons Early darkness and that the two occupants remained with the ship. Ernie Roth Advance agent for the former child motion picture Star said Breen and his Pilot Kenneth Thompson were Long overdue on a flight from Waukesha wis., to Hayward. Roth said he feared a something must have happened. Breen began his professional career in Toronto at the age of four when he appeared at a theatre and night clubs. When he lived in Toronto he was known As Isadore Borsuk. His name later was changed to Jackie Borene and then to Bobby Breen. After Breen became a screen actor in Hollywood the family moved there. . Mercy killer of wife 85, freed British censors pass controversial Flay London critic raves at private Sii owing retired railway telegraphed at Kamloops b.c., Harry f. Kissell was acquitted of the a mercy killing of his 85-year-old wife. Jury ruled he was a temporarily insane when he bludgeoned the chronically ill woman with an axe. He slashed own wrists but recovered to face trial. What female Fagin gets jail sentence Springfield 111. It it a a 50-year-old Springfield woman described by police As a teacher of robbery techniques to three youths is in jail on three charges in connection with their Brief crime spree. Police said mrs. Florence Moomaw was arrested last night and charged with armed robbery attempted robbery and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. The three youths in signed statements admitted one robbery Atid an attempted robbery. Police said a statement by mrs. Moo maws disclosed that two Young unidentified girls who lived at her Home a one 11 and one 14�?had lured the three youths to her Home. She instructed them in procedure in staging robberies escapes and disposal of cancellation tour Means heavy loss Sydney up a australian business circles today were stunned by prime minister Chifley a announcement that the projected Royal tour of Australia has been cancelled. For months All the cities and towns on the route of the proposed tour had prepared for presentation of the most lavish pageantry in australians history. The cancellation Means the loss of hundreds of thousands of dollars to firms connected with tour preparations. Hotels their majesties were scheduled to visit were booked out months ago. Milliners and dressmakers have orders Worth thousands of pounds that a ill have to be cancelled. Loot. She told them to Rob women. Police seized the three youths last monday for investigation in connection with the robbery of a woman and an attempted robbery of a second woman. The two girls Are held in the juvenile Home. Police said the 11-year-old girl said in her statement she had been intimate with one of the youths who has been charged with statutory rape. London up a to the suprise of critics and theatrical producers an outspoken play concerning artificial insemination a breach in marriage a has been passed by the lord chamber lain a office and will be staged in the West end soon. After describing it As a the Best new play of 1948,�?� Canadian born Beverley Baxter m.p., theatre critic of the evening Standard said a no doubt it will be banned from the commercial theatre by our ridiculous censorship which demands flippancy and bars sincerity in dealing with sexual Baxter was wrong so far As the censorship was concerned. Whether the Public upholds his verdict on the play remains to be seen. Its author Dan Sutherland he describes As a a dramatist of significance whose Impact on the theatre May prove Sutherland a Broad shouldered Man of 42, wrote a breach in marriage in five Days after actor Peter Madren had told him he could not find a virtuoso part. Madren now is cast As a former naval officer crippled in the War who cannot have children. The Story hinges on the method used by a doctor Friend to enable the cripple and his wife to have the child they want so badly. Baxter who attended a private shoving before the play was passed for Public performance described the writing As a human and tense a the acting As a almost a this i claim is drama at its Best. So skilfully is it written so sincerely has the author done his task that we in the audience find ourselves swayed by each Point in turn. Great Battles Are never Between right and wrong but Between the right and the partially right. Author Sutherland said he was a Down to his last �50�?� when the play Northwestern to Rose bowl Evanston 111. Up a Northwestern wildcats today unanimously were named to represent the big nine in the Rose bowl new years Day. The selection was made in a telegraphic poll of the leagues nine faculty representatives. Undefeated Idich Igan was the big nine a Champion for the second straight year but a conference restriction bans any team from making More than one Rose bowl appearance in three years. Was written. After the private showing managers approached him a waving contracts and cheques for thousands of pounds for stage and film rights a subject to the play being approved by the lord Chamberlain. Dull logy glumly Wakins and wondering Bow to face the Day. Then a sparkling Bubble Neelam of Sal Hepatica. What a Ihrk react Sal Hepatica brings fast gentle Relief a usually works within an hour. Leaves you feeling to right. No need to let a bad Start spoil your whole Day not with Sal Hepatica Bandy. Sal Hep Anca also combo product of Bristol Myers made in Canada uniting canadians to. Give Britain strength objectives Canada $7,000,000 a Lberta $400,000medicine hat $17,500 through a National Agency that brings Economy and efficiency to Canadian Aid to Britain generous As have been the gifts of individuals and groups in Canada to the British people these scattered efforts have Only touched the fringe of Britain a need. That need. For food and clothing to supplement the present meagre rations. Is urgent and widespread. Only a United Effort by canadians in every part of Canada can provide these things on a scale worthy of this fortunate country in which we live. United emergency fund for Britain has been set up to co ordinate and make More effective the efforts of individuals and groups across Canada. To mobilize Canadian Aid to Britain on a More generous and systematic scale. The fund set up to co ordinate to the greatest possible extent All Canadian Aid to food and clothing Short Britain enjoys the co operation and approval of a number of leaders in government religion education Industry finance labor and social and welfare groups in Canada and the United kingdom. The monies raised in the current drive will be used to buy food in bulk in Canada of the types most urgently needed in Britain. This virile be parcelled in Britain for distribution to the needy without charge through the Many co operating British welfare organizations. J As the result of an important Concession gained by the prominent canadians who organized ., the fund will enable the Canadian Aid to Britain Dollar to deliver upwards of forty per cent More food to the British recipient. Y a the British government is footing the entire Bill for Ocean shipping charges dockage handling Inland transportation and warehousing in the United kingdom. All such gift supplies will be exempted from customs and excise duties materially reducing costs and producing More Relief for every Dollar your donation now through your Bank or Alberta Treasury Branch Volunteer workers Are canvassing business houses there is no House to House canvass donations to Are an allowable expense on your income tax returns. The monies now being of Vised will Stock the warehouses provided in the British Isles and by Early january Firat distributions to britons will be going out. Beginning Early next year and Contin Xiying so Long As the need exists facilities of Will be available to any society or organization wishing to Send parcels in its own name to approved British recipients. The fund will also be available for individuals wishing to Send parcels to British relatives and friends. Standardized Packages in various sizes and prices containing selected foodstuffs for deficient diets Are being prepared and will be available shortly. These will be packed in Britain from the bulk shipments made by the fund. Or. Farmer share your Prosperity with Britain a needy. Deliver a Load of Grain to your local agent. He will make at your request. Cash ticket payable to ., credited to you. You May turn the Cash ticket in to the fund through your agent or through any Bank or treas iry House. Such a donation is an allowable expense on you 1948 or 1949 income tax returns. Be generous to United emergency fund for Britain r Headquarters chamber of Commerce building phone 2327 the savings in transport and handling costs a obtained through the fund a will be passed on to the individual or group desiring to Send parcels to specified addresses in Britain. Details of this plan will Likely be announced Early in the new year. A arrangements Are also being completed to handle donations of used clothing bedding and similar items also without Cost to the sender Early in the coming year. Right now of course the primary object is to raise the initial Fui ids to get the bulk food shipments into Britain and to Start .�?Ts own free distribution of food in the unite kingdom vdth4east possible delay
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