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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THRES INCREASED HOG PRODUCTION VITAL FACTOR IN FARM ECONOMY ____________ EDMONTON April other countries oa world creased hog production now is the} ana unless those future markets j most vital factor in Alberta's farm are protected at the moment by econoaiv, Hugh W. Allen, president sufficient voiuzue of production. c- CALGARY" DOESXT WANT DAYUGHT SAVEV'G economy, Kugii of the Alberta livestock Co-Opera- tive, said locaj- in a statement re- garding the livestock industry. While the increase in the price of hogs, effective April 1. -aas Iwag overcsze, ilr. Allen said tiiat it not check the rapidly declin- ing marketings us Alberta Sor urging of increased pro- cuctioa oa a patriotic, inimaniian- an or other basis sho-sr any visible results in lesrer than 12 months. Demanc for grain now is unlinct- ed. and prices higa bat quite pos- sibly a year frosts. nows and cer- CALGARY. April Daylight savings time will not be used in Calgary this summer unless IE becomes compulsory throughout Can- aoa. the city council decid- ed, Monday .evening. they will not be available to us in the future when may be in des- perate need of them." Mr. Allen said that the check on i hog production started almost t-ao- vears ago, and that, the damage dose through ignoring the situa- tion had been aggravated by such j things as weather conditions, inci- dence of income tax and lack of a" consistent policy of encourage- ment. "While the price Increase would bs appreciated by the producer, the situation exists that the from -ahich prac- increasss in export vol- products must-come. Co-ordinate AD Relief Agencies forced to turn he said. again to livestock, MUST INCREASE VOLUME "If he is to make certain at this tune of his export outlet for live- stock products a year, or maybe three from now, he must in- crease the vcl'jaie and the Quality of ha present production without celsy. and without hesitation as to his future program. "My otro opinioa ss that increas- ed hog production now vs the most vital factor ia the economy of Alberta. "In manr carts of the province it provides the only outlet for a diversified farm production at prices that trUl in the future be able to meet the competition of By CLYDE BLACKBURN. (Canadian Press Staff Writer.) WASHINGTON. April ordination of all international emer- gency relief agencies bv the United m the longer period, are receiving j today the least encouragement by Sir John Orr. F.A.O. direc- froni the federal government to j Tftus tile first permanent United Nation? Organization to be esiab- was completed at Quebec! last take over a major im- j SAND SAILING FURNISHES THRILLS make anv" increase possible." SECOND TO WHEAT Hog- production has been a industry in Alberta, second only to -aheat for several past, and large areas of the pro- mediate iaik as part of its long- range aims to help eeualize food their farm income. "The packing industry has a huge investment m plant and ecpipment in northern Alberta and now is in a position to process without difficulty a volume of hogs even greater that, delivered in 1943 and 1944." Labor Ministers To Meet In Ottawa OTTAWA, April Minister Mitchell saia today he hopes to call a conference with provincial laoor ministers this sum- mer to- charter a policy which be followed when the pro- vinces resume jurisdiction over labor matters. Mr. Mitchell made the statement to a delegation from the Canadian and Catholic Confederation of Labor, -which presented to some members of tne cabinet a brief call- ing for wage increases, reductions in income tax. changes in existing labor legislations and the under- taking of projects to provide em- The labor minister spoke before Justice Minister St. Laurent out- lined the nrovisions of the recent Canadian loan to Britain, which, he termed as the best insurance premium he could think of against depression. Mr. St. Laurent said that if the loan was EC; grantee, tae Canadian government might be forced into the position of having to cut off family allowance uavments which now total between ana annually and is also rnigh: have to default in tne naj- ment of interest; on Victory bonds. Switzerland Won't Join U.N.O. BERN' April Foreign 3Bnister Max Petit- pierre told the Swiss parliament today that Switzerland would not become a member of the United Nations. "Switzerland will not apply for admission to UJf.O- i.ven if inrited to do so as long as our status of permanent neutrality is considered incompatible with, certain obligations under the T7.N.O- charter of San Fran- he said. M. Petitpierre added that Switzerland tvonld apply for admission to the international court, for which U.N.O. mem- bership was not necessary. ADDING INSULT TO INJURY "WASHINGTON, April E. Brown, 45, report- ed to police today that two men who attacked him in a dark hallway; rifled his pock- ets; removed his artificial leg to prevent chase; found he had hidden in the limb and stole thai too. XEGEO MICHIGAN CITY, Ind, April 2 Quarles. 44-year-old the state Say Resurgence Hitler Youth Due Lack of Firmness April Mos- t cow radio commentator said that! a "lack of firmness" by British ard hopes to have comoleted a "world balance sheet" on food which a board of experts has been working on since the RAO. completed or- ganization in Quebec last Nov. 1. This document will give details of normal world food uroduction. the existing food situation. and the possibilities for nroduction in 1945, 1347 and 1948. A; the conference the food repre- senfetives will studv the balance' sheet and survey the possibilities of i each country to improve produc-i tion. They will seek to remove 1 transportation bottlenecks and recomniend methods for achieving greater efficiency in production and distriDUtion. E-entually the FA.O. hopes to means v.-berebv the respon- EOW beinsr borne by sach NO EXTENSION OX FINAL INCOME TAX OTTAWA. April Balances on 1943 income tax fall due April 30 ana there -srill be no extension of tide, it -sras learned Mon- day. Las' jear the time liuut for pavments ves extesd- ed uctJ August because of a Y.ctotv Lean campaign. Mazerafl, WiDsher Come Up For Preliminary Hearing In Spy Case t! 52 Hong Kong Men Decorated HEAJUNG OTTAWA. April nary eeanag of espionage charges agates; Ed-sard W. MazeraH. National P-eseareh Council engineer, was adjourned for an hcsr this afternoon ix> s3ow R. A. Hughes, defence counsel, an to> i X-IAV LJH.'LHK uv American occupation lorces in Ger- organizations as the many was responsible for the resur- i rjnited Nations Relief and Rehabili- of the Hitler Youth Move- tenon the combined rnenr rnar nrniiprst 2bout SUHQ2YS I ment that brought about Sundav's food and sach agencjes re- mass raids against a under- j 35 to zrea, and term of op- ground movement. may be continued as long British ana American intelligence need exlsts. officers, pressing a manhunt lor j __________________ remnants "of the powerful Nazi un- j derground movement smashed in Sunday's spectacular mass raids, j disclosed the existence of several; other subversive Nazi groups plot- i Ting against the Allies in occupied Germany. "Operation meanwhile, continued. Counter espionage agents. vTorkmg mghc -and day. hunted for remnants of the grouo headed by 32-v ear-old, one-armed Arthur Asonann, leader The hard-packed sands of Daylona Beach, Fla, Trhere auto- mobile speed records were broken before the war. furnish, the speed- way for Florida's newest sailing. Here a three-whee-ed sand sailer "nikes" one whesl off the ground as it shows a nice turn under full sail in. frea- of the Sheraton Plaza, hotel. Farewell To Arms For Alexander Press Staff Writer) LONDON. April (CJP. Cable) _PKld Marshal Alex- the Hiaer jagena Ocoutii Move- of yje rar-s About 420 per cent of Oie an interview that target suspects haa left or flea tneir hen he reaches Halifax Aaril 10 addresses before the agents struck Sunday. More Earth Shocks Recorded Today SEATTLE, April 40 end 50 earthquakes, including five major ones, all centring on the southeastern side of the Aleutian Islands, were reported this morn- ing when University of Washing- ton seismographers examined ihe daks Tugby Showed "Attitude Of Appeasement Towards Japs' WINNIPEG. April With Fist M. C. Tugby of the Winnipeg Gren-1 Pte. Murray Brown of Winnipeg aciiers nad shown an attitude, of said Tugby had struck in the "appeasement towards the Japa-! jaw with his fist on one occasion, a general court martial was i The non-commissioned officer had told here tcr-tey DV Sgt. Kenee-ii' gone into tne hut and ordered the E. Porter, a fellow-prisoner at the, windows be opened. When OTTAWA, April The gallantry of Canadian who took part in the bitter defence of Hong; Kong: against overwhelming Japanese attacking forces in December, 1911, was recognized today by- j the defence department which f a list of 53 awards for bravery and outstanding ser- i vices. Following by a few hours the disclosure a Victoria Cross had been an arced posthumously to' Jonn Robert Osbom of Ss.; Vital. Man. a member of the Win- nipeg Grenaciers. for heroism in the same action, the announcemen; Distinguished Semce Orders, seven Military Crosses, two Conduct Medals. 12' Military Medals 23 mentions m dispatches. The" DS O.'s went to Maj. Wells' Arnold Bishop. 27. of Bury. Que.. who commanded "C" conspaay of, the Royal Hifles of Canada, and OTTAWA, April Magistrate Glenn Strike said today he vas of the opinion that the crown had made out at prima facie ease against Capt- Gordon Lunan on six charges of eommnnicaticg secret infor- maiion to He said it was the procedure In examine eshibits whica his coart to adjourn for a formal j the royal commission on committal for to ar- J when HazeraSl sestiSed i rangements for bail and afler con- suiting delence counsel be had cie- Mr. asked to the oppcrtoruty to ezasiine a .m. T. tomorrow. i before commission. At, tune defence of the have tne right to make any state- i ope-ed ihis afterraxsn before Mag- I ment saw S: i istrate Glenn Stnke. K. Caj-wr-zht. TJU-} PrelmKary hearing: was also nan's counsel, he d-d plan scheduled for Miss Kathleen "WiH- anv new stateaien; or at j sher. 40, deputy is T." tost :ime. Juryman ffl, New Trial For Barrs Kingdom high commiasistt.- er-s office. Strike deferred i juds-nenr in the case of Capt. Gor- con Lucac, Canadian SKforma- 1 uon service oJHcial, UECJ! evidence bad been heard IE tbe other rwo cases. Svider.ce in the Lsman case 1 transctps of -esumosy before the royal oasumssios ca j taken last Maj. Sraest Hodkinson. 33. of Wia- Barrs CAIGABY, Apr- 2 hearing of a murder charge agairist, Lawrence Ross Barrs. 21. came to a hal; Ais sicmir.? wsen Sheriff IVUS5 J. H. Charaian reporteci to Mr. JCB- __________ uce G. B. O'Connor thai one of I VA-NCOI7VSR. April the jurymen. Sober; A. Redpatit of' Calgary, was ill mould sot be able to attend rxsun for at leas; three or four da's. Ke sufTering from an attack cf 'Su. charged with k21ins aipeg. leader of headquarters com- p-ank Bishop TSomas 62. as Grenadiers, i home near Bovrcess on Feb. 14. 1345. Solon Low. crescent of the Social Credii Asscciatioa cf Canada, a oublic meeung here last night that he csesicns wheSier "means -what she said when she dissolved the Comistem." -If she cid." said ifr. Low, "then why the N.K.V.D. 'secret police? m. Canada, and espionage directed he jury he relieve them af their duties and would direc: the sheriff to re-sum- mon the panel froca which a new jnry would be selected at 10 o'clock on Friday morning. Mr. Rrdpath' wiil be enurelv discharged of his! duties but. the others fortn pars gina. who temporanly commanded of the panel and may possioly again "D" comcany of the Winnipeg be selected for duty. i Grenadiers. j A completelr new trial -rill begin; The list Included: Matthews, j Friday, the fourth idrne Barrs wiilj Norman Ciiarles. Pte, CX.C, Gen- face a court en the charge. He had: ersi DeZirery. Hed Deer, preUminarv hearing before Magis- awarded a mention hi dispatches. rrate O. C Smclair In police from which he was committed for trial !n criminal assizes cefcre Chief LONDON, April So- i and" sentenced :o death. The ajU J pany of the Winnipeg Maj Hodkmson was decorated Qa sherifTs repor: llr. Jas- ______ for heading a diversionary attack O'Connor called counsel K. S.' Irora Moscow? Any coantr? teas which -mflicted many casualties Bior-chard K C and C H. Sa'-t'i.' proBCses friendship srsd then directs and demorfclizeti the enemy." Dur- j c ,_.. 'chamDers. t espionage offers a friendship thai ing the assaulc he was doesn't mesa a tmng" wounded and ail members of his j Eefenag to _the atomic patrol were casualties. j Military Crosses were won by' Honorary Unar. Laite. 49, chaplain of the Winnipeg Gren- j adiers. Ca.pi. R. W. Pnilip. 40. Win-; mpeg. who took over "D" company j of the Winnipeg Grenadiers when, the commancer was killed; ard, Lieut. T. A. Blackwood. 26. of Re-, Mr. Low said. "There is note a na- ncn in the world with peaceful intentioa that has the slightest fear of the secret beisf retained by TTnited Stares and ROXY i FJM5BJI THEATRE! SOVIET REFUSES TO JOIX E3IERGEXCT CEREAL i record of the past 24 hours. None as heavy as the one early yesterday which, caused a major tidal Howard Coombs, associate cro- fessor of geclcgy. said half the record was covered by minor dis- turbances and the> were continuing so fast they could no; immediately be counted'. There must be hun- dreds of ouakes tnat can be fell in Alaska he added. in civilian clothes his "farewell to arms" mil be completed and he will be ready to assume his dunes as governor-general of Canada But his field marshal's uniform i vnth its seven bright rows of rib- bons will go with him to Oitaua ar-c. he expects that in his travels across the Dominion, there will be occas.ons when he will put it on for instance, -when he once again aiests comrades of the Canadian forces who served under him m the United Kingdom and m the Medi- terranean theatre. Two aides-de-camp from the TTruted Kingdom will go wiili the cashing, Irish-born officer who succeeds the Earl of Athlone as governor-general, he said. They are Scon. Lor. A. BL K. Tollemacpe, his secretarv. an R_fl_P. veteran award- ed the George Cross, and Maj. M. V. Milbank, his comptroller, already Oevama camp in Japan after the 1 replied that tcis couldn's be done fall of Hong Kong as the windows were taped. Tugby During their early imprisonment' him, saying, "Don't talk back Tugoy had showsi an "atutude of anpeasement" but he was fairly, Cpl. S. C. MacFarland of "Wimii- u'ell Lkea br Jus peg said Tugby had beaten him vie; Union has rejected an invita- tion to join 18 countries in the emergency conference on Eurooean Brown j cereal supplies opening here Wee- Sgt Porter saia. for stealing potatoes from a Japan- wich. won the the in who served. Coldstreani Guards and Military Cross. Aaart from his duties in Canada, Lord Alexander said he looked _for- viard to soorts At 53, he said he ____ _ considered he was getting "prestr He said their force was subsiding j Old for serious skiing" but he addec. and tnat they were part of the j that he would take it up again series of qisakes whicil follow 'mv children will love major seismic disturbance. Professor Coombs said the tidal wave reported today to Be heading He will take v-ith him his rifle ana shot-guns, hoping to e the opportunity- lor some hunting He toward southeast Alaska might be j ui buv his fishing tackle in Can- in the nature of a "back-wash j ada on" the assumption tnat Qans- frora vesterday's major wave and dians jcnow best what taeir fish that it damage. should not cause U.S. Movement Of Chinese Govt. Troops Protested CHUNGKING. Apnl negro. aied in the state prison's nese Communists today demanded electric chair today for the 19-44 anew that American forces cease muca j will take. Fainting is one of his hobbles aud he is "keen" to see what Ca- nadian artists are doing Later. CSM. Tusby had obtain- I e56 gsrden and then had to stanc a post on the "camo staff, and' holding a bag of potatoes for some IB as nuiushment Pte. Aubrey P. Flegg of couver, described how Pte. W. H Siomg. Man., had ed a post he became "rather domineering and hard to approach." Sgc Porter, also a member of the Winnipeg Grenadiers, said the ac- cused had strictly enforced Ja- j panese more tnan was necessary m ray opinion CSif. Tugby faces 19 charges involving alleged collaboration xnth the Japanese, misappropriation of Red Cross parcels, and assault on __________ Allied nnsoners of war. ,..._: Sgt. Porter said that Tugby was iBAD BLAZE HITS nesday, conierence officials said las; msht. There -Fas no explanation cf the Soviet refsisaL FIGHT IX QUEBEC QUEBEC. Aanl Que- bec legislative" assembly gave un- animous final approval to a bli by Dr Aibini Paquette. minister of Van-} health, ana social welfare, authoriz- the expenditure of four i-ears to curb tuoerculosis. court, however, ordered a legan yesterday. With discharce of the jury, the procedure must be cone over agala. AecorciBg to Sheriff Charnian. no proTisioa is contained in tiia jury ace for alternate jurymen- In some states of the TTaited States alter- nates are named. They sit with the jury and replace an? member who becomes incapacitated. I LAST TIMES TONIGHT I "SHOCK" With. VEfCEST PRICE XS BAKI 1 HIT NO. 2 PRECIOCS One nylon stoc'-ang a mile ans a quarter of nylon yaro. On V. T. Oke of Hamilton. Ont. that occasion, Flegg testified. Tugby had punched Lynch gloved fists and it had taker, about two weeks for Lynch's face to in better condition than the aver- age man az Oevaina camn when the Japanese surencJered. "He es- timated Tugby weigned 140 pounds. He weighed only SS pounds, but now SACLT STE. MARIE ------MARIE. Mich., April 1 2 border city's worst fire in many years practically wiped cut weighs 186 pouncs a- city ousiness block early today. tTnder cross-examination, Sgt. caused damage estimated at Porter said bad conaitions at i 000 and put 20 families out on the Ceyama durins the winter of 1943- street in their night clothes The 1944 could be attributed to Japanese b'azs struck at two main buildings punishments in the uptown business section, hii- Three other witnesses, all mem- I ting nine stores or businesses, bers of the Grenadiers, descnned Cause of the blaze is unknown punishments allegedly inflicted by although it is believed to have Tugbv at the camp. started in an apartmeas. Ainlay Approves Dominion Order On Construction Wednesday and Thursday Tt ._ sash-cord stranaling of Mrs. Julia Gottman. wealthy Bsansville wi- dow, in the oasement of her home. It was cnarged in trial that he gave three rings stripped from Mrs. Gottman's fingers to his wife. Lulu, is ho pawned them. transportation of nationalist troops H i to Manchuria as the tne size of armies the order.m.couricli authorizing munic- and central government should tn rnnrpi nr refuse build- STARTS TOMORROW Mew crane role... and he's POWELL (UK MK TREVOR-SHIRLEY mm mursm MB KMMt MWUX minH 2ND HAPPINESS HIT BROWN CARNEY LANGFORO fcy MUSIC IN MANHATTAN ENDS TONIGHT mamtain in tile northern temtorj broke out again. A dispatch from Yenan Com- i headquarters cnarged tttat government troops are being pour- ed into Manchuna for "civil -aar j ipaliues to cancel or refuse build- ing permits for con- struci.on. -I am pleased with the new orcer." said ilr Aimav. "It certain- ly gives the city an opportunity to masc sure materials are being used purposes." i for essential construction first. We The Central Daisy JJB-J-S ..enortea mav nave to some ECtion m that government troops entered tr.e but rhis -non't be done Mancliunar. port at the revieuea thoroughly heaa of Che Gull of Ciiihu on tne the present building program night of March 23. i said he wouia not Glen Clements, Associateo Press ,jke to see Edmonton-g commercial correspondenc, reported tnst ais- nrogram hampered by the patches in the Chinese j order -Tt oniy onP newspaper, Ta Kur.g Pao, haa an- thcatre .5 for SdmonSon. aounced .that Russian forces hac and Jet evacuated Mengkia. southwest CM Mukden, and on leaving had set fire to a former Japanese barracks. Another dispatch to ihe_ same ed Uie railway station at Santze- tien, near Tsiran in Snantacg pro- j, thls or USA HOUDAY OF7EASIN' ANDSQUEEZIN1 TKATSBOWOTO BcPiEASIM'i nv COSEVIANDEB OF ERmsn MTOOLE EAST FORCES vince for two hours. A semi-official dispatch Communists had captured ts.e i towESitss of Tatun and Kaosnar.- tun, about 12 miles southwest of Changchun Monday. j Beards Compulsory For Swift Current Males Says Bylaw CUiRRErr. Sask. April city was on the books today making compulsory the growing of beards bv all male citizens of Swift Current 18 years or age ano over. With the forthcoming rodeo and old-timer celebration in mind the city council last night endorsed the "gag" bylaw ce- stnte the objections of some councillors that such action would degrade the dignity of the council. Mayor W. K Rutherford said it uas all good, clean fun and he didn't suppose the bylaw would be enforced. LONDON. April appointment of Lt.-Gen. Sir Miles Demnsey as British Commander-in-chief in the Mid- dle East. Gen. Sir Bernard Fagct. was announced yesterday. Gen. Dempsey will be succeeded as Commander-in- chief of Allied land forces in Soctheast Asia by Lt-Gen. Sir Montagu Stopford. SENTENCED TO JAIt. EDMONTON, Two trappers from the Lac La Biche dis- trict, northeast of Edmonton jester- dav uere sentenced to jail terms by Magistrate A I Millar for possess- ing stolen property. One, Cecil Wnght. was sentenced to a year, snd the othcr. Clarence Richards, to three months. FIVE INJURED IN WRECK MANNING, la., April persons received hospital treatment and many more were shaken up to- dav when six cars of a vestbouna Cricago Great Western passenger tram were derailed two miles north- east of here. BARBARA DENNIS STANWYCK WARNERS'very merry 'SYDNEY 6REEN5TREET REGINALD GARDINER'S.2. SAXAU..R08T.SHAYNE BOORS II 9.59 "DETOUR" With TOM NE SAVAGE JANE WYMAN trtm ibe Novel by Charles ladunn TODAy Last Showings "THAT NIGHT WITH YOU" FRAXCHOT TONE SUSANNA FOSTER ;