Lethbridge Herald, July 19, 1938

Lethbridge Herald

July 19, 1938

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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1938, Lethbridge, Alberta FLAMES SURROUND B.C. FISHING RESORT FINAL EDITION Weather FORECAST-SHOWERS Winnipeg Wheat OCTOBER CLOSE .......... 77 M VOL. XXXI.-No. 184. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1938 12 PAGES WELCOME FOR BRITISH ROYALTY Men Battle Stem Blaze In Mad Rush Forbes Landing in Precarious Position as Wind Changes FIRST FIRE FATALITY NEAR MISSOULA CAMPBELL RIVER, B. C, July 19.- (CP.)- Eight hundred gasping men toiled in sickening heat today to save Forbes Landing, tiny fishing resort five nvles southwest of here, from a raging forest fire. Burning back over timber land already desecrated late last week by the same blaze, the fire "almost encircled" ths summer resort, British Columbia police said. The fire started 12 miles north at Menzles Bay a week ago. Out of control. It ran down-island, barely missing Forbes Landing and forcing evacuation of the settlement and of nearby logging camps. Fighters Powerless Last night the wind changed, driving the blaze back over the ground It had already travelled once. Eight, hundred men were powerless to halt its mad rush. Police said "some" people were still nt the landing. Although they said rescue overland would be impossible, any persons still there could be brought out by' landing a plane on small lakes in the vicinity, officers said Other blazes in British Columbia are burning through timberland at Sechelt Inlet, 25 miles north of Vancouver, and in the Kootenay district. First Fatality The first fatality of the widespread northwest fire area was reported today from near Missoula, Mcnt. John MEN BATTLE (Continued on Page Three.) Reorganization Of Quebec Liberal Party MONTREAL, July 19- C(P!-Adel-ard Godbout, leader of the provincial Liberal party, announced today sweeping plans for reorganization of the Liberal party. In conformity to the reorganization res'olution proposed by Hon. Ernest Lapointe and approved at the recent Liberal convention at Quebec, it is proposed to set up active Liberal associations in each of Quebec's 90 counties, the provincial leader announced In a statement to the press today. The Left Hand ... Corner. A Deserted Village In Ontario - The Queen's Mother. ACCOUNTS that turn up from time to time show that Goldsmith's "Deserted Village" has had its counterpart several times in this young country, and the St. Thomas Times Journal questions if a more eccentric instance can be adduced than that of the vanished village at Sixteen-Mile. Creek, on the Dundas (No. 5) highway In the valley right under the large high bridge that now spans the creek and valley, over which thousands of tourists daily pass unconscious of the ghosts that hover about the romantic snot. The story is told in the June Canadian Motorist, organ of the Ontario Motor League, by Maurice Bruce McCausland, son-in-law of John Biggar, whose father, William Biggar, was one of the original loyal settlers in this pretty valley. John Biggar's widow still lives in Toronto at the age of 92 with her daughter, wife of the writer of the sketch referred to. A queer historic quirk has developed in the circumstance that William Lyon Mackenzie after the disaster of Montgomery's Tavern, in 1H37, fled to the United States border via this village of the Sixteen Hollow, as it was originally known, threading a difficult way across a dam at that point to escape the keen. eyes of watchful loyalists. Another odd circumstance was that a few years ago Mackenzie's grandson, Premier Right Hon. Mackenzie King, was escorted by John Biggar and Major THE LEFT HAND (Continued on Back Page.) Lonely Cowboy 5000 Miles From Home, In Mess CALGARY, July 19.-'*)- More than 5,000 miles from home, the world's loneliest cowboy, Lance Skudthorpe of Sydney, Australia, finds himself in "a bit of a mess" today. He attended the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede last week and started for Sheridan, Wyoming on Sunday but he only got as far as the border. United States immigration officers refused him entry, saying his bond papprs were not In order. Forced to return to Calgary, today he appealed to the United States consulate here and is hopeful of securing his clearance papers by Tuesday. Peg Wheat Next Week Minimum Price to Be Set Just Before New Crop Year Starts OTTAWA, July 19.-�P>-Final decision on the minimum price for the new crop of wheat on the prairies probably will not be fixed until next week, it was learned here last night. The new crop year starts Aug. 1 and the government, it is expected, will wait until a few days before that time to announce its decision. During the present year the minimum was 87Vi cents No. 1 northern, basis head of the lakes, but there was a provision no wheat could oe bought by the wheat board until the market price fell below 90 cents. As it never fell that low the board this crop year bought no wheat except for seed purposes. For the new crop, however, the 90-cent restriction has been removed and the board will buy any wheat offered paying the minimum price and giving the producer participating certificates entitling him to share in the profits should the board be able to average higher than the minimum price In its selling. The minimum price will be recommended by the wheat board in Winnipeg, the recommendation having to have the endorsation of the Dominion government. The reason given for delaying announcement of the minimum price is so the board will be in a better position to judge the size of the new crop and what the wheat market is likely to do. BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE First game: Boston ......000 000 010-1 2 1 Cincinnati . ..002 100 OOx-3 9 0 Lanning and Mueller; Moore and Hershberger. Second game: Boston................001 Cincinnati..............100 Hutchingson and Riddle; Walters and Lombard!. Philadelphia .. 000 000 000-0 5 2 Pittsburgh . . .020 130 20x-8 14 2 Mulcaliy and V. Davis; Brandt and Todd. Brooklyn.. .. 300 320 000-8 12 1 Chicago .. .. 001 100 001-3 8 2 Tamulis and Shea; French and Hartnett. New York..............003 St. Louis..............100 Schumacher and Mancuso; Mc-Gee and Owen. British King, Queen Welcomed To Paris Today France is playing host to King George and Queen Elizabeth of Britain. It is the first state visit of British monarchs in a quarter century. Landing at Boulogne Their Majesties travelled by train to Paris where they were welcomed by President Albert Lebrun and Mrs. Lebrun, lower left. From the station the royal party v/ill go to Quai d'Orsay (foreign office building) a view of which is seen, lower centre. Here the King and Queen will reside during their visit. A view of the Arc de Triomphe is shown, upper left, with a general view of Paris and the famous Eiffel Tower, also shown. ? FREAK PORKER ? TTMMINS, Ont., July 19. (CP)-Joe Langlois, McFarlana Lake farmer, could hardly believe his eyes when he started checking over a litter of pigs just born on his farm. One had one head but two bodies with four front legs, four back legs, four ears and two tails. A veterinary said a two-body pig with one head was much more unusual than a two-headed-pig with one body.  '> : > > �> ? > > *  Mercury And Maia Arrive At Foynes For Ocean Take-off AAA ,, A A *� A A ij� A A A A * DON AMECHE RECOVERING Gray's Stand Approved By HiglUiver Co-operation by Political Groups Gets Backing in Premier's Riding PUBLIC MEETING TO BE ARRANGED AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland .. ..010 310 000-5 9 1 New York ____010 000 002-3 6 0 Harder and Pytlak; Hadley and Dickey, Detroit............ 100 000 1 Washington........001 011 0 Kennedy and Tebbetts; Chase and R. Ferrell. Chicago at Boston, and St. Louis at Philadelphia, rained out. (From Our Own Correspondent) HIGH RIVER, July 19.-At a meeting of the Liberal executive of Okotoks-High River constituency, held on July 18, a resolution was moved by William MacDougall, seconded by P. Hadden, and carried unanimously that the Liberal party retain its identity and co-operate with other parties along the lines suggested by E. L. Gray, provincial Liberal leader. The resolution followed a brief talk by Mr. Gray, and was preceded by a general discussion. George Riley presided, and although the meeting had been called very hurriedly there were 30 present, representing High River, Okotoks, Cay-ley, Mosquito Creek, Braeside, De Winton and Tongue Creek. J. J. Bowlen, M.L.A., and George Ross of Calgary were also present. Others taking part in the discussion included George Sutherland, C. R. Arnold, Mac Wallace, J. E. Elves, H. McKay, G. McManaman, J. Mc-Manaman and J. W. Dick. To Arrange Meeting' It was also carried that a public meeting be held shortly, at which Mr. Gray would outline his views on co-operation. A committee of George Riley, J, F. Casteel and Henry McKay was named to arrange the date with Mr. Gray. There was some discussion as to whether the GRAY'S STAND (Continued on Paw Three.),' Will Take Off From Ireland About Noon Tomorrow for Canada FOYNES, Ireland, July 19.- Ameche, screen star, was re- > ported recovering satisfactor- gency appendectomy here on > Saturday. He became ill ? while travelling from Am- > sterdam to Paris. Darryl Za- > nuck, Twentieth Century-Fox > production chief, came from > Paris to see Ameche. # > .> # .> .> > .> * .> EDMONTON, July 19.-'.CP)-Two opening day records were set yesterday at the diamond jubilee of the Edmonton exhibition. The official paid attendance was 24,387. Last year 21,335 attended opening- day. At the race track the pari-mutuel figure was .$35,446 compared with $32,417 on opening day last year. SKULL FRACTURED OTTAWA, July 19.-��-Constable E. R. S. Pink of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police suffered a fractured skull when the motorcycle he was driving collided here 2ast night with an automobile. Corrigan To Ship Plane Back To U.S. Funds No Worry to "Non-Stop" Although He Landed Broke OFFERS OF CONTRACTS ARE TURNED DOWN DUBLIN, July 19 - (/P) - Douglas G. Corrigan was $2,000 to the good today on that little "mistake" in direction which tock his 900 plane across the Atlantic. Dismissing his "wrong way" flight as "not much," the 31-ycar-old Californian was up at 10 a.m. after a long night's sleep. There won't be any more "errors" of compasses going wrong again, Corrigan intimated, because he's going to take his "unairworthy" plane home by steamer. Funds No Worry Funds were no worry, although he was broke on landing yesterday. "The $2,000 I got for my broadcast to America last night will keep me in pocket money while I'm here," he said. "But as soon as I can get steamship passage fixed up I am going home. I am trying to get a boat where my plane won't have to be dismantled." He acknowledged that "folks here still are tremendously excited about my trip, but after all it wasn't much." They've been very kind to me in not having me summoned for landing without an air-worthiness certificate." Sleeps Late The 31year-old Californian who Franco-G.B. Friendship Strengthened BeetWebworms Strip Gardens, Calgary Area CALGARY, July 19.- An army of thousands Is on the march, the fast travelling beet webworm.?, leaving a trail of wilting stalks, denuded of foliage, in its path. Menace of vegetable and flower gardens, the webworm hordes were reported on the outskirts of Calgary, to the northeast and to the west, swarming over many fine gardens. Generally, they are not a threat to grain crops. The beet webworm is no newcomer to the west or Alberta. In 1929 there was a huge outbreak in the southern districts of Alberta. CORRIGAN TO (Contijiuea on Page Three.). British Ship Hit By Bomi Crew and Two Non-intervention Observers Escape Injury VALENCIA, July 19.-(CP)-A 1000-pound bomb hit the British merchantman Stanland in Valencia harbor today, setting her afire, but her crew and two non-intervention observers escaped injury. The fire, confined to the vessel's decks, was soon extinguished. It was the first bombing of a British ship in nearly a month, a lull in such attacks in Spanish waters having followed vigorous British protests to General Franco, leader of insurgent Spain. The observers aboard the vessel were an Italian and a Netherlander. Five planes made the raid, and eight Spanish workers were killed as their heavy bombs plunged into the dock area. The Stanland is not. listed in Lloyd's register of shipping, but che is one of a number of ships whose names were changed when they entered the Spanish trade. She is owned by the Stanhope Shipping Company of London, all of whose vessels have names beginning with "Stan." Among the "Stans" trading with the Spanish government which have been bombed by insurgent airplanes have been the Stanbrook, Stancroft, Stanbridge, Stanwell, Stanray and Stanwold. First State Visit of British Monarchs in Quarter Century BRITANNIA MONUMENT UNVEILED, BOULOGNE (Associated Press) PARIS, July 19 - A booming salute of 101 . guns welcomed King George and Queen Elizabeth today on their arrival for a historic visit of state to France. WELCOMED BY PRESIDENT The King, sovereign of an empire of nearly 500,000,000 people, came with his Queen by boat and train from London to Paris and was greeted by President Albert Lebrun, titular chief of state for 102,000,000 people. The visit of the British sovereign was designed to reaffirm-as did a similar visit by King George V In 1914-the FRANCO-G.B. (Continued on Page Two.) GRAIN INSPECTIONS WINNIPEG, July 19.-Grain Inspections (Monday) - Wheat, this year 332, last year 154; cars of contract wheat, 244. King and Queen Land in France On State Visit BOULOGNE, France, July 19 -(/?)-King George and Queen Elizabeth came to France today aboard the admiralty yacht Enchantress for the first visit of state of British monarchs to France in a quarter century. Thirty-seven minutes after their arrival In this channel port, the sovereigns entrained for Paris with Viscount Halifax, foreign secretary, and the royal suite. Royal Salute The flower of the French navy, ranged before the port of Boulogne, boomed a 21-gun salute and hoisted the British flag as the Enchantress entered at 12:30 p.m. (4:30 a.m. M.S.T.) The King set foot on French soil at 12:50 p.m. and left by train for Paris at 1:07 p.m. The battleship Dunquerque, five cruisers and six destroyers formed a double line outside the port, and through this line the Enchantress, met in midchannel by seven other destroyers, passed. Two more destroyers and two submarines which were at anchor in the harbor joined in the salute to the British monarchs, who came to reaffirm the friendship of Great Britain and France, probably stronger than at any time since the> great war. Cheers For Royalty Crews of all ships lined the decks and cheered, while ships' bands played "God Save the King." As soon as the Enchantress docked, Georges Bonnet, France's for- KING, QUEEN (Continued on Page Three.) NEWS BULLETINS RICHMOND BANK ROBBED OF 312,000 RICHMOND, Ont., July 19.-(CP.)-Three bandits robbed the Richmond branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia of approximately $12,000 today and escaped in an automobile bearing Ontario license markers which police believed were stolen. Two of the men were masked and armed. DISALLOWANCE ALTA. LAWS NOW PROCLAIMED EDMONTON, July 19.- (CP.)-Disallowance by the federal government of the Home Owners' Security Act and the Securities Tax Act, passed by the Alberta legislature in April, was proclaimed officially in the Alberta Gazette today. CORRIGAN'S EXPERIMENTAL CERTIFICATE SUSPENDED WASHINGTON, July 19.-(A.P.)-The United States commerce department suspended today the experimental "aircraft certificate for Douglas G. Corrigan's plane. The suspension will make it impossible for the daring Californian to attempt a return flight from Dublin. PAPANA WRECKS TRANS-OCEAN PLANE NEW YORK, July 19,- (A.P.) -Forced to land at Norwalk, Conn., Alexander Fapana today wrecked the airplane in which he had intended to take off shortly on a non-stop flight to Bucharest, Rumania, INTER-PROVINCIAL POOL MEETING ON FRIDAY CALGARY, July 19.-(CP.)-Inter-provincial meeting of directors of western wheat pools will be held in Calgary Friday. The directors of the pools of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, numbering about 30, will discuss price and marketing problems, especially the minimum price to be established by the Canadian Wheat Board. TWO- CONVICTS SHOT IN ATTEMPTED OHIO BREAK COLUMBUS, O., July 19.-(A.P.)-Two convicts were shot, perhaps fatally, and an Ohio penitentiary guard was knifed today in an attempted prison break. ;