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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 22, 1938, Winnipeg, Manitoba                             K READINGS 1 :-MS nf'J] IMstf One. 5_No-. nsw. 8.24; S..n 16.29 Moon use 3.13; Moon .-els. ,17.50. common.., Wednesda the yore-rumen'-, j j; lo encourage. British 11 MiJcDnnjiid. dnmihion.-; anr-( ;hi' y nssrstrti. Empiro settlc- WINNIPEG, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1938 MILDER. Musica Saw Good Profit New York. Dec'. 22. scheme of F.. .Donald Coster- Musica's to ship between 1.000.- 000 and rifles to war- ridden Spain was described to federal authorities Wednesday by a. former- crony who knew the dignified president: of Me-' I Kesson and Robbing', inc., as a jbold. sy-indler. onetime convict 'and spy hunter. The.shipment be made, ac- H tc Benjamin Simon. Prefers Bonus Bronx -salesman record, only to make money DK IllOaiVj 0OXNELLY. i Lib Vtond Mi tint nn S-ask-1 who tirses >n icre bonjs for -m-xt DRIVER RALLIES Describes Brutal Hoodlums of Fateful Ride Rallying slightly, late'Wednesday sftoinoon. Leslie Arrnl- tage.- 42-year-old taxi driver, of 39 Morlcy avenue, in General hospital. MHth a fractured skull being brutally slugged by throe hoodlums in an attempted hold-up. Tuesday night, able to fjiye police o description1 of his assailants and some details of his ill-fated ride. "I didn't like.'1 he jooks of them the first." Annit.age whispered faintly. "They locked .suspicious. .All were v.-oil Briefly Busy Guillotine year, instead- heal. u a ininimtHn pi ice 1110111 or x a If IT, nil cik 1 e e time iprnin 1 t i i i foiu ud to i of .ddi ion lil id n t tDc i lc ntr i f ma'c obi'c i Lipport cxtr: e i 11 i o i i in He hi li nne pi co( Advance For Relief Cost Asked ;overn-1 nsurgent force; ere to gel i was not. disclosed. "WH ViiadUStJU. j M iliien -vIcMihon is i tint United! A Siie-. iltotTKM related Simoj toij vborlly.foc-'. Bonus Advocated 22. 'iCP-Havas. French Boost. 20. convicted of. killing a policeman at Etsenberg. was beheaded- Wednesday., brinsihs she number of deaths uri the rcich's dread guillotine durrns the' past 34 hours :o three. Minister Killed ssed two were quite -tall-.'1' .Answering -a call to pick up at. the corner of Kdmonton and Qu'Appelle. avenue, shortly after 9 p.m.. he found three men waiting for, him. "IDrive us to. 1-7 9 Mayfair avenue." one of them directed, and. all three seated themselves in, the back seat. Arriving at Mayfair -avenue. the taxi-driver sought to lot-ate 179. It fore Simon: di u_, btiM ic Mu ici. is ivy o ice operated a i in v Inch Coster- i i silent partner., was arraisncil before United- C o i mi toner Garrett W Cotter and I :eltl in 54.000 bail oh a charge otj conspiracy to violate the Securities! Salisbury.. Southern was, a fictitious address, but'.before Dec. 21 '.CP-Havas, French. Agency: he realized this., one of the -.hugs; had lapsed into- .Senior. Southern Rhod- esia minister of mines and public works for-I he past four .years, .was jkijleri NVednesday in an airplane! j crush near Makii'o. r climbed into 'he.-front scat, on thej Pictures cC the victim and his car will be found on Page .4. Mercy Flight pretext i number. f helping him locate the. As he seated himself the'of Moore's semi- consciousness inter-' view, was stil! on tiie' hospital nger. .list, in poor condition. Rewards Posted On Wednesday morning the po- lice commission authorized the post- ing of S100 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the thugs. George Moore, owner notiier S100 I Do Vancouver Protest 'it ir i .c i tire ot c i tl i pui i i inn i c t nu1 t i irr-il u d t kirn i Id tn ncre cor: -timer d torrns ti ID IP thit 'n ie o lo ih to fat its he t n i 1 n ii lei lei Mr. Cr mi He iwrei: 10 kc it le u i n ut 3 .n support fc J i.. Itf T ilr i l l 11 b "t h n P 1 c iwi.k nn oi h e U -nc 1 e tu i 1 i1 n: t nt on Su die h it Uie niutci n Cin di t t eu i ticwned upo i ip so M JMOOt) lor 938 H C p Ti om so i e t> ren uie tola h fin nci en in ee di> tn I 1101 u t tild oe under tndcd o1. t jui OIHW rhi en He i_ i eel nil he 1 u tee i n be ippii iclied th -i eq ie i h i I I i a lie e u h s u i piiio d r i l o 1 Mo 11 m 01 i jUtif ri he n i montiis of, i M u i Mr. Thon'ipsu'n nuhved out il it! 11 o tic 111 i i it i m )e alivi. Or no 'cheque cintld be-' issued foi lie let ai i. Dee 1 the ci liwas expecting some-relief from the u d ui Donald way it-it, u t i e i t s n Ih i 1 I 1( I L Murder T d >m i vostisaii-on t tie of Philip Musica. as F. "os '.cr masqueraded his ontio! f he r h id extended to murder kte jl 1 n sun eth more than H iau( it was a la.ry. session. Dr. Donnelly t.io i v.-e'stcrn members he- had taike-d iwith. were agreed -the miiiimu price for wheat now [-.'aid. by the- j-'whe-at board was not the best way i ril handling "the and thai h'e wiiLiid be prepared lo u.rge .-n the s'qvernment t-hat 'instead an acreage bonus next year. col- A l or< p- :U-moci D. i i -c i IK n I he UK i r ill 1 II i oh 10 ii t d tha Ib tcl d :ng m   h one tided Si> flei Dn he 3e u i n moie I lit h tl 1 e tlet conirnissibn. and as it: hot be issued uinii met in' Februa: -1. hi the. approach to Empire- Development n t :tlers would -be n n K i ai im unt til L 000 s-} TO report.- would the lejus-iauiri re-commended the. approach to th sinking fund trustees, Mr. Thompson also intimated that action, should be taken vo the other governments to some share of administration cost: He poir re ul that he citj u paying the whole snot -for admini -fraud jr.vo! -ing many Us md t n ie irip i a i >n n d f ilia liquor ev isi participants went so even commit murder, lid Simultaneously Brooklyn police also reopened the unsolved Dec. 22. ,mic. than 2nO, ihcli: parliamentarian rind >-hurch rhin-i AsKed'-by. the isters. sia.geci a peaceful deinonstra-; n'esday evening !ion o'n Vancouver's, streets Wednes-; weapon tly to his halting recital. "I just felt paralyzed I don't even re- member driving my cab back to or .speaking to anyone, ig lo the hospital." Free Press Wed- what type of cotild. deal such a bnne- other rac- 1) il narco-1 les. rum j and the far as toj McMahonj considered -.appea-rs te-upenec, tne unsoived cases the slayings of Joseph Cohen IIKI LT iev Cohen by poul- try dealers. Musi.ca-Costcr had arranged perjured testimony against Joseph Cohen, at his rrial in 1914 for the nf Barnett BaU. poultry ctcketeer. schemos bein on Pasje "The inniinumi price 'of o9 cenLs a bushel at market jjnces means Hial '.he government in boiuisms the whe'at. .qrow'e-rs ap- proximately 20 cents a spread between the minimum day with banners proiesring ship-j'crush'ing- blow; Detective Alex mom metal., to Japan.. and I Craig was of.tlie opinion that il was Fascist .countries iriHteria-s. use as M'ur'j-not a black .jack. "It cotild have been a heavy 'pU-ce (if iron pipe." -i n rt t i Asked if .police had Mail fioat such a piece of pipe, eiiher Antwerp. Hcljrium, Pec. 22. 'CP' French mem- bushel. .thii hers 'the crew of -the channel mail steamship. Elisabeth- ville. v.-ere- detained. -.Wednesday! in' '.he car or on Maytair avenue in tire 'vicinity of Vile attack, he- denied, this. Early Thursday morning the vic- dark overcoat and hat. .3, Same age as others, five ieet seven inches, dressed, in brown overcoat and xvore a Wednesday morning, the. taxi in which the slugging took place, was carefully gone over in the police garage by fingerprint experts, but officials would- not say what suc- cess, if any. they had met .with m their examination. A large quantity, of biood from the gaping. wound in the victim's head covered the upholstery on the front seat, and also in the rear of the cab..The left door also- spattered with blood. night while police investigated the and tiie markei pric-e." Dr. Don- nelly added. "The. troti'ole -is price helps tiiosc.-.v.-'nof'-hefl of S572.EOO in .sold bullion and] have -imd fails '.o help those who im'tuf diamonds from ihe ship's1 EUROPE SHIVERS f trillion and the e.-thor a he mil u ij me the benet mei idcd in lower TO CABINET? Edeii- Proiiiiiteiit Choice: In K'c-Shuffle Rumors Cheer Fund Donations Cax Denies Howe Statement t' No Verdict Yet Los' Anffelrs. Dec. .22. court jury deliberating in he "trial of ho bonus ,were 1'ixod at cents an and applied only wheat, H would' cos! 'he .covenj- i m.er.l-. c'boui 51 whereas i liie muiirnurn. price tiir t.reasiiry ..upu'arcv.'1 oi .oil the. prose ill Dr. Sr.ydor.'charged IDonneily Pianist' -IVTyrl Ak'errnan. a.n- r- ''It might be better mute Wednesday night it wouldjda.v as h coldest wave in -10 vi aei-eag.: bonus-less 50 ci'ti'.ij niscontinuc consideration of -the e Iu y- ar.d have it- apply to.-all cuitiv'atoojcwc tintil ih'is inorhiUK, Thc.defen-r a Gales Add to Death Toll In Widespread Cold Wave London, Dec.- 22. Port Arthur. Orit.. Dec. 22 r Mayor- Charles Co.x of Port Arthur ahotit SK.250.000 acres. In myjfianl Wednesday night'-denied a ptatc-l of -the1 fund- follows: the siaiieiin Previously acknowledged bB.dti2.05 -.Wednesday's United Scottish' association, net proceeds.frorn concert and dance............... 308.85 ,.rl i Winnipeg Bowlin-q associa- hcicn returned -lo England i tion Ten-Pin brief Visit to the -United' Stales' to' find i Stall Fort Garry'hotel ix-ports. he ma'v- ro-cnicj- ih'o -Sa-He. Billiard" Tourn-a- ment JC.N.K.A. Ladies' Social club The Wil.Ison- Statiori- erv company and factory C.25 ;H. T. 5.00 "The'last mint; we wiuvt to do is K. S.- 5.00 .to iti W. ment reported to. have been made Wednesday's contri.butior.s Hon. C. D. Howe, minister of transport, before 'tile -Ontario -'Lib- erals caucus in .Ottawa last Monday, effect 'an '.effort had been Port Arthur constituehcv. Wednesday' to an district the wheat Crops sul'feret; iajtuck- i.l-.iln" "jitteiV as 'nc waited 'from rust, theiv l-.aciifrcu'tiliy (or the verdict of the-j-jry not bee'ii -mininitira. price 'Jioti-j sands of 'of. .wheat -would AraO Audacity lo the made in .to put Mr. Cox .in Mr, Howe's place never have been harvested. Despite' 'the faci' there -was .no- minimum price J'or coarse grain and prices were very low. -many fanners fared better bv having urmvn United Stales :-u-cnlcr ih'o limsclf exclusively: t'o in Air.uric.i t'iie jsure-ly the sjtine .li-mc it it'i "Red Cross'' important that woJMrs. A. Anderson, Carman, rs A.'Hardy, Carman, Man. Brigdenlcy Cheerful Ser- vice club. Homewoo'd. Man. Sun- Perth Election u -.vuati-.er kept "J-.e uoiFs. Vv'ecl'- by-cleetuJn -.i now ..j.-e-c: W. fullcist information lhe >yf the sreat-'de- jicruss the Atlantic upon !worid problems tr.clay. It is 'a.Iso' 'imc ic> lime' to scei Lutheran o'.irM'ive.s as t.Jther.- us. j day school j-'-ir Uie is- not alwayy flut-'j Rt% Hind, 100 Quqenston 'tri-KiL.-. so nuich the 'healihier for: G- :mcl B- li.-. -I can assure you il is. a-most Rov- -n- L.-Taylor. Manitou. i-ix-fre'sliinic experience, to exchange1 v.-ith vital, anti people uf. the LTnitcur Stales.. Their wonderful and .candor are two which I v. ill always retain." Ready to Quit Kns'laiid. Dec. iCP-Havas. .F.n-iitli Sir. company, Man. R. C. Scarle Graiti limited recollections w- L- Mrs, '.t. R. Edwards. Mi-ss Pamela -Joy French, Pine Man. and Ruth Tcssler Wednesday 5.00 4.50 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00: a.uo. 15.00 20-.00 2.00 :.a LibersU candidate for the nextj.grains becaus- federal election. from .rust." Mr. Cox ?aid: "I didn't trv to qct' Mr.l fqrj statement that I did. Had T tried.! or.-wanted the nomination. 'I could; have sotton it." Confusion, Says Ononan i .Montreal, Dec. 22 ihey- did not suffer 60.50 nomination away, from jHowc-.- There'is no founriaiior 10.00 CULUItt Parley in Uproar .JCriKSiilem. Dec. 22. (CP-Havas. French Brftfeh sol- diers nit. frir a stroll -in Nablus. -pvvrp.uwereci. -ailci carried off by Arabs: two others in patrol were killed. The kidnapping, one of the-boldest in- cidents of tile long-drawn disturb- ance .hunt in Palestine: started a which lefj no corner i INabhis district free from search. i.. Bandit Lima, Peru. Dec. 22. cabinet ministers aUeginR a' plot! lhrew thc into an uprtiar nnrt teeth continued to rattle Wednes- in -1.0 years entered its fourth day with a it rise in temperature, but no sign of a final let-up.'" Deaths and vvidespread pj-ivation continued. Violent gales swept the Black Sea. the Baltic and North Sea and temperatures remained, .below zero in sections 01 England, France and Germany. Great Britain counted Ji9. dead. France 23, Rumania 11. Czecho-Slovykia liii'ee and Hungary two. .Seventy .persons were reported death in the Lodz area frozen of Poland. On. the P.olish-German border, where Jewish refugees are living in improvised shelters, at least 10 persons were dead. fell over London from carlv who went to 'Hastings' yesterday to do Christmas.shopping were unable to '-return. The Irish mail was four hours late into Euston station. Trains from Scotland were 90 minutes'.late. morning, creating a mess of i Southcnd bakers and milk: ii Dec 22. A blonde) threxugh which citizens sloshed. Mildcnhall appeared to be the coun- try's coldest'spot-with a -tempera' Cure of 12 above. London's temperature rose to -26. inhabitants continued to suffer. cold, dralty against :Prime .Minister Mackenzie Kmg's political ieadei-ship "seerr. confuse the unity, of Canada .with the unity of the so-called 'Liberal' parly." Hoii. T. J. Coonan. minister) without, portfolio 'i'n Ihc Quebec tmion Rationale said Wednesday ji'jsht in an address pre- pared for delivery, before the Hebrew Consumptive Aid associa- tion of.Canada. Hepburn's Plans i St. Thomas; Ont.. Dec. 22. Premier Mitchell Hepburn', at .'iris South Yarmouth home near here said Wednesday that on .his return from his impending Ati.stra- day nijtht. by reject ir.fi y h t -yi.-ils of xvater. robbed a draft of :j declaration on coiitincn-ibahk uf S3.000 sli'tulor woman. ..irmed only without water as pipes were frozen.' Cold snaps are so.rare .in this cottn- THLAN Youth's 32-Mile Trek in Sick Man's Rescue Adjustment Bureau employees Elaine A'Friend. Basswood. Harold and. June Fossay. Billy E.. MinnedOffa. Man. and Garry From Friends 1.50 1.00 3.00 1.00 lian trip he will decide whether his health will permit him to continue Rcvernment leader. "If air depends on whether there i is sufficient improvement by the time of the session. I am not con- templating retirement at the mo- ment, at .least. And. if. it is ta'l s-xlidarity and .det'ence and losi-Jran into the sinewy arms ;nj4 in ner-own resolution policeman at the exit triplication .the delegates eouldlShu identified tls Mrs, t.ike: it 01: leave- it. JMar'j- Schnch. 3fc, signed .a contcs- Wednesd-ay tluu -effort has been, .made insulate plumbing. 01- ylo protect or even the air mmistry-'s n.ew Isadoro Aiorcno.. delegation head, said 'he- rejected constitute'd a rnilittiry' alliance and was. therefore unacceptable. The hoacLs of delejiaiions imme- tliate-ly -soiifthl to persuade. -Argen- -tiiia -lo accept .a clause-in the-per- fect draft saying explicitly, that ii did not constitute a military -ai- liance, 'offensively or defensive! and commented: "II coloss.-il -bluff.. I'm heailh. couldn't find work, de'speraie. This seamed .the v.'ay to get some money." S5.000.0QO building -was partly flood- ed by a bursting pipe. Plumbers .Rushed in pporj -puimbcrs did a rushing business Sweepstake Raid Toronto. The Argentines remained adair.ar.i, however. They took liic unusual- step of publishing the -text of their proposal, which significantly, de- clares lor. oo-opcratiori against ag- gression from a continerit-.il ,50 1.00 Physically possible, I shall lead the house in !he coming session." Wright ronto ticket -Dec, 2: dav' raided avenue-, in 'CP> P a. house -south.wcst on To- and confiscated sweepstake1 counterfoils, a .mailing list mending broken water services, bti! one Canadian residing in the suburbs, who asked his landlord to have the pipes thawed, was told :men :m- provised sleighs., replacing hand- carts. A snowstorm reduced traffic on the Thames, to a crawl. Roads in many, sections of nor- thern JJngland were covered with n fool of snow, while there were drifts eig-ht feet deep in some places. The cold held. up. Britain's arms production and work on new arms factories was delayed. Practically all building operations were at a standstill. Berlin Goal Shortage f. In Berlin, the cold wave caused a on coal yard reserves, result- ing in a temporary shortage in (lie retail supply. In Paris, ihc weather bureau an- no'unccd that the temperatures would be slightly, higher .today. A .light sntnv fell in Paris. Tbe hcav were snowfalls in a generation were containing 2.000 --names, and private tickets, v-uhicd at or exii-a-contincntal. power.. H'jwerc -on ihc Grand National steeple-! further adhered lo Argentine coivichase. U) be run at 'Eng-' by mentioning aggression rland. next March. A's'-a result o'f from within the continent firsu'tbe raid. -Tames Diamond. is "tiie plumbers come unless the pipe's are burst.-" Hundreds of skaters pointed when heavy snow covered reported near Cherbourg. The tern- ice in the Lincolnshire fenlands. Peraturcs varied between nine de- Some schools -closed, until after the.iSrecs to 29 degrees above zero. Christmas holidays when rooms be-! Warn-torn Spain experienced in- came too cold for classes. tense suffering. Thousands suffer-d code book Tie! u smal1 around in Madrid. Women waiting in food code book, i.ie wcre as the roadsflincs iulddicd logether to became', .impassable.- and i.t villagers! warm. keep rather than second. Total Free Press -25 per cent Grand to date A taie of bury, '.manager of tiie lumber mill t- o'.i. a triplat-The Showdown Kong Kong, Dec. 22, iiinderlandi .About miles from The Pas.. Chiang Kai Silek has compell- trt-k-Xlieir snowphme broke clown. the United States and Great Bri- e.y a they started out Forrester's to face squarely the issue of ir.c-r, r n cabin, a distance of abouf 12 miles', of a free and .indepen- wet-k. -After eight miles iramping dent-China. v.-h-f n-.atio througii deep snow in the bush. jn wKn' th.e British and had tn call fiuit.s. einber.i nf the party rcrriainnd American ambassadors. reliable CHANCE COiNC Only Three Days More To Help Cheer Needy I under arrest charged -jducting ;i lottery.- with con- i THE WEATHER TunMlay 11.30 p.m. to 'Wednesday at ti.'.lO 115: .mum. "1: Foulh at 20 mile> pc" hour: ?ky. .i-lnar: no nr-c- 'cipimtian: baromclur. 30.21. Wetlnvsrtav Only ihree short days are left before -.Dec. 25 rolls round again .and the Cheer fund campaign for 1938 draws to a close. Despite the fact the total to dale is well ahead jfotirces- said, he made .it plain thatjof last. year, money and lots of it. iiini.ar.d the other went on China did not receive encourage- the cabin. ime-nl from the democracies .she They arrived abou: I.'lO in 'heUi-puid turn to- r 'trip'morn'ing and young Etter started Soviet Russia'or to the totali- insylir. ;mit with- a sled lur.the rj'trty which jtar'ian states, possibly. seeking easy :i' oarty'.. for-'had reriiained if-' the and terms through .German-media- to ahe cabin :t-'ion. it was that Mr. "Robert.- re- r-ter of .called having left his insulin in the; SOUTH POLE AIR ROUTE I -Rob-'.-'now-plane-12 miles Kick. Although j London, .Dec. 22, "south- was early morning and he had'ern polar air route" which would Kivrr'had little sleep, B'ud Etter returneoMcut an estimated 10.000 miles from is still needed.- if the work of the charity is to be carried out thor- oughly. For weeks now the Free Press has campaigned, on behalf of the needy of -this province. Day after day, storie.i. have appeared in these cojumns -asking- you for aid; be- seeching you to., help make Christ- mas something more than a ghastly mockery for. families, who are both desperate and destitute. were .Tack-to the'sncwp.'ane for the insulin air journey between South] Scattered across this province, in Hi-rb To-- -brought It to the cabin. Altogether .Africa, and -Australia, is under cities, 'villages and lonely farm his travels covered 32 miles throughisideration, the government dis-jhouses, are men and women and D. b.'Roieh-isroft, deep I closed Wednesday in a white children wha have not even the ordinary necessities of. They exist or, a minimum many would consider impossible. They are your fellow- citizens. To- aid them the Free Press solicits your donation: To it is add- ed 25' per cent.. The boosted total- is then divided equally, between- the Cen'.ra] 'Council of Social Agen- cies and the Manitoba Red Cross. n.m. io mum. 32: riinmium. per lipur; ctoudy-: riimirMty. at fi 30 .p.m., 19; mnxi- Ifi: s-outn v.-hid at t prcciDi'ation: sky. i'-, Mi -Ma Rtifiiriii 10 2fi Brand m- -n 2R Winn' iea I- Kcnf r t f: 1R Pt-. Arthur 4- 24 Akla'vik Simpson Ft. SmTth Pr. .Rupert Vnnrouver Pr. George .In.-per 'Edmonton Banfr CalMry who distribute wherever Current iPr. Albert Saskatoon need is greatest, without regard creed--or color. 40 24-' 11 K- 8 -1 2B 24 .in 13 -P. Can- you- think' of a'.cause more- c worthy? Remember these .people! .ManjlolJ. have nothing: they want little. enough, just enough to live on. i districts. C-oclir.mc HufUsvUlr Py, Sound Ujncio-1 Tororro Qtia-.v.r Quebec SI. Halifax CharlMtct n Chicaso SU Paul BOMBER BUILDERS Canadian Workmen to Learn Aircraft Seere Is Britain I.ondori, Dec. 22. Abc'.it BO; Hampden heavy bombers they skilled Canadian workmen -will later build-in Canada. .Mr. Ord-had Cross the Atlantic shortly 40 learn the technical secrets of aircraft a lengthy railroad career in Canada and. expressed every confidence in [ability of Canadian labor to turn construction from Lewis Ord, airplanes adian production genius who leaves j "My 'experience has bocn that the for Canada early.in.the new year to training of labor for a new tvpc of superintend construction of air-; mechanical production i? not there for the. Royal Air Irfiffir-n't Force. planes! there for the. Royal Air {difficult as it sounds, and the po. 1 temiali.lies of Canadian labor arc Called from his job as producti-jn j unbounded." he told an interviewe-- of Britain's air. armament j in .his busy air -ministry office 33 programme, to take over serier.il l where .he is working to clean of Canadian Associat-j joose enrjs of {he bi" J'l director ed Aircraft JirniMd, the Toronto-1 leaving. born engineer will return to Canada I Credited February to become active -head I large scale job he up with introduction Of mass production meth- ,-i-- -.m.i in Great Britain, Mr. Ord had -'I ers formed to make bombers for. untie doubt of Canada's ab'lity to fair: or Britain. '_ [produce tcriipcraturc in southe'rn rraises Canaaian Labor i Britain. FQRECASTE Sring the firm Canadian aircraft build-- a ray homes. Help the Free Press, helpuure. Arrangements have been com- Jeted. the 57-year-old Canadian isaid. for the nucleus of 50 skilled those who cannot help themselves.j Kenora and Rainy Biv.cr Canadian craftsmen to come to Eng- Do it and do it now. there are only i or Krone, southerly tp westerly winds: iand for a Deriod r-f 'rainini? in thref, rlav5lMt J partly Hourly and bccomlns milder ,lor -a PenoO- -raining m inree snowflutrtas. warplanes efficiently for He .said that "after the first bomber comes from the as- sembly plant, our worries about production limits will be over. It will only remain for the air min- istry to worry about getting the manufacture of the Handley Page j money to .pay for output.'   

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