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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBEIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1946 The Canadian Press OFFICIALS DISCUSS POST-WAR PROBLEMS COAL TIE-UP WILL HIT INDUSTRY HERE April Jtisc as in -arartinie. Capadjas- OTTAWA." April Persons well aostefi 02. the Canadian coal supply eaid continued tie-up of Ameri- can soft coal mines as a re- sult of the United Mine strike would have a SMALLPOX SCARE -r V Thousands Vaccinated on West Coast VANCOUVER; April a coaver, adjoining Burnaby municl- sore arm? Don't touch nie pality. New WesUnsnsier and Vic- p'ease. You open the door, my Won't be at work io- lift a thing. No, I make it esly a few of the many alibis going the Los Angeles to Van- will continue to be tola 10 Canacian laboratories in Toronto to torta. The rush so get vaccinated fol-. lowed an outbreak of smallpox in} Seattle. WasX last week. So far" plav sou mase it uexs, ssouue. Haven't vou had your five have died from the disease and 24 others are in hospital in that citv. Medical authorities said the world war 1 Press a news service unexcelled standing REPORTING THE WAR president reviewed the wartime task of re- newspapers bv ihe Associated Press and Heaters, whose reports are the __________ foundation of the CP service and the fighting scare of j whose is as whole- j and women in proper j hearted as it is invalusbie." manager report-j transforms- the London j 'is peculiarly persons. Other clinics have been set up in North and West Vsn- iafection came from Japan 'nth! returning servicemen. i Mass vaccination of Seattle's res- dents was started and las; Friday i Tennis Reform At Wimbledon WIMBLEDON, England. April tea- mis will be reborn this summer at Wimbledon, where the fam- stadium still bears the scars of bombing. An all-England tennis club said interest in the of the Wimbledon cham- pmtships after a, wartime lapse is "simply terri- fic.' Bv HUGH FCliLSlTON. Jr. NEW YORK, April Leave li to Nat Fleischer to discover that the (including tax) for the coming Louis-Coon fight won't be tie highest on record. Kat's re- cords show few selected customers were charged J100 each. without, tax. for ringside seats at the Jizn Corbett-iPeier Jackson fight in 1SS1 and for Corbett-John 5 T Sumvan in 18S2. Kf also be- A bomb wioed 13SK of the J- Sullivan la 18S2.Ee also be- __ i OiS -mit cials estimate that more and did you know That in 1S7S- per cent of the city's 475.000 per- sons now have bees vaccinated. Centres were establisised in other. Washington and Oregon state cities and health officials in San Francisco j and Los Angeles also began, mass! vaccinations. I sports plants so the damage noc be repaired for the cham- pionships. Instead, a railing is the wrecked Bobby Rfggs. foraer United States KI now s. pro. won the men's title the last lime tbe Separate Minister as a organization i in Germany. is 10 make contnbmtion Seres war h Se a; this time of been posted overseas as fignu naear, ached its eakeachinstruct greas ignung to be bet- never to over-estimate the snd be-ter-arocticec an share. Balance was kept by use gkn aTany time In tie past." of the reports. or 1 ents and those of A? anc Doirt Make This Mistake When Child Is Constipated Doa't epaes.a cripisc cxthzracs. Give Chra TsMes. Tfcis eerresnre ts- ffczxSf for stmnsis jccassters" seecs pleasant to so caUr Tritfcoss disacreesHe rescrioas thit the f criid icon's ziise essy ca tse mod yooiKJf. Ejodser! interesu in empire news was re- flected in a steady exchange of in- terpretative stones with Britain and the other, dominions. censorship on VJ-day. Mr. Purcell ________________ championships wert he3d in 1939. Because of travel difficulties she examination in 34av at various: all-England club will nos hold points throughout Canada. The ex- qualifying matches this year but a anunauons would be conducted by! committee will select- the playeis fede-al civil service officers. for the champior-ships 10 be Held The officer added that: graduates June 24 to July 6. of the last course ai Royal Roads "Inquiries have been in OTTAWA. April corn- now were seeing service aboard the from countries arounc the gJope cruiser UgandT in South America j Club Secretary A. D. C. MacAulay aboard the British Pacific fleet, and said, acding: aboard Canadian destroyers. nions Tuesday paved the way for the appointment of a separate _ ister of external affairs, but Prime hrough Minister Mackenzie King warned he tenal 1 did cot know jus; how soon he Most j would be able to relinquish the de- of the war's secrets already had partrnent. been released after security delays! Mr. King spose oefore tne cosa- of varvicg durations. mons gave third reacting a might also" sav a mission, j lOur task is the development of i background and interpretative stor- ies that trill serve to keep the tides !of understanding flowing between! so-.ereign nations and their j decendencies tisss up rbis! cacian dailv cewsaape: EMPIRE SEWS news was a s; CUT DOWN ON TAKING LAXATIVES THIS WAY SM How Regular Yea Cut Xk Every Morxunf 3 set a. definite time cvei? lEomlng. When yoa get regular every jnonaog cut dowa to 2. After f or ny taking Carter's etery Yon may even, find you can Steep leeolar any laxative. You see, Carter's are so tinr TOT caa cut down tiie from 3 to tocc the meeus of yoizr indrndaal sysMsn. lyjtJiotrt disappointnifint. Carter'sheip deaaonsyonrnitestiiiat tracs not bat thoioogEly. mte doubly eftecnve becanse lade two Tegerabte herbs compotmoea prop- erteicr thorough, easy acdoit. TiiOiisands can cut down on IxttU'Vfi fiosing this Carter tray. Ask for Carter's rated dose method, tonight, and jvsip oat of bed tomorrow ratin' to go. 111 3- St2 Senator unique group of countries. OTTAWA -Some-thing has been d o n e j j Hai proeressive Consen-a- thrcugh closer relationships wirn j u leader, predicted in the senate Reuters and the agencies 01 nightJ-in the basis of govem- bill amending the external affairs de- partment act so any minister of the crown might; hold the portfolio. Since 1912 the portfolio has been held by the prime minister of the day and Mr. King said the affairs of the EWO departments had become so intertwined they could nos be separated overnight. The bill drew support from ail parties in statements bv Gordon Gravdon fP.C., M. J. Cold- well. C.C.F- Leader, and John well as ite Intangible collateral viewpoint of empire understacd- GEXERAL MANAGER'S REPORT News of Canada in Canacias, newspapers increased three times over in six post-war months ano. other nations show a similarly heightened interest in the Domin- ion's sews, Giilis Parcell, general manager, said todav in his repon to the meeting of The Canadian Press. 'After a vear of news without parallel in 'history." Mr. Purcell said. The Canadian Press tackles an assignment for tomorrow limit- less in its problems and possibfli- ties. Canada is on the world's fronu pages, a young and nromising na- tion with a story to tell. To each budget. Although some taxes mignc oxpp, arted the affairs from the office of prime ago if is had not been si of them would have to in- j jor jjjg facE questions which had to crease "vers- materially." Canada was spending a "tremendous" amount- of moaey. The government estimates of 769 349 815 were "larger than antici- pated." Ee did nos see how Can- ada could raise more than which meant she would fall behind bv some or more than her normal outlay for a year before the war. He spoke before the senate gave third reading to an interim supply hill voting one-sixth of the esti- be deals with, were of an interna- tional character requiring the wid- est extxrience in handling. Ee said he was gratified with the solicitude the opposition had shown in -Granting to lighten his burden. "I take the solicitude with a grain of salt." said Mr. King. Ee wondered why the opposition was so anxious to get out of the Geoartment. If he was of no use in the department he would T'ninlv that they would want to keep him there. of the other nations the story has a special -significance. The telhEg is CP's job." An element sn- alysis marked the attention focuss- ed on. Canada from abroad and at horse, posing a new problem in news-writingr but holding out un- ending abilities for more read- sble news material. "It no longer suffices to relate what occurs. _Tfae reason are Dart of the story." Delivery to CP's 90 daily news- m WASHES BEMTWW LOVELIEST OF ALL INTERIOR FINISHES In the loveliest of colour combinations, Softone brings new eharm and freshness to all interiors. An oil paint, Softone washes like china and wears like iron. YonH years the loveliness of walls and "woodwork jSnUfced in any of the vide xange of Softone Colours, _______ at Mr. Gravdcn who wanted to know how soon Mr. TTiw would make the switch in departments and who would be given the portfolio. Mr "xriT-g said Canada had rela- tions with the United Kingdom, United States, Prance. China, Rus- sia and many other countries. Prob- lems in these relations were prob- lems That had into being over the vears and knowledge of them was necessary. He had nearly 20 years experience in "the department of external affairs. The prime minister said ne won- dered what the reaction would be in Russia, for instance, if he was to resign, the external affairs port- folio tomorrow. He wondereii wheth- advisory committee; and i Er move would be represented in the lighs that ae stfll held the confidence, of parliament, or wheth- er it would be reuresented that as a result; of recent actions he no Name Alberta Allocation Body EDMONTON, April 3. Ap- pointmnc of a special allocation committee TO distribute any sup- plies the Alberta government ob- tains through Ottawa from military Members of ihe committee are George Clash, provincial purchas- ing agent, chairman; CoL E. (Ted) Brown, chairman of the provincial Arthur Arnold, who recently was made director of housing for the jovernment. The committee HOW Is allocating materials from the De Wintoa military camp in southern Alberta. The province obtained the entire camp from the-Dominion and parts of other deserted military establish- ments are expected to be turned over to it soon. Distribution of the materials re- ceived by the committee will be on a basis of need. Immigration Of U.S. Families To Alta. Favored 79 Sullivan fought, five times and earned a. total of The old meanies. The Pennsylvania state athletic committee took cognizance of a series of blasts from Scate Senator Jerome Jaspin of Philadelphia by issping the statement the other day: According to the press. Sen- ator Jaspan is again attacking the activities ol the commission. We of the commission would like to make this clear: that we have agreed unanimously today not give the senator any free tickets." If 'Peg Monarchs Win, Can't Take Full Team East April If Winnipeg Monarchs via the West- em Canada junior hockey cham- pionship and they now are only one game away from the they may go east for the Memorial Cup finals minus five of their players. Four of the Clint Al- bright, Don McRae, A! Buchanan and Hy are students at the University of Manitoba where Eas- ter examinations coincide with the games in Toronto. The fifth, de- fencesnan BiU Tindall, may not abel to get away from his job. Coach "Walter Monsoa says, how- ever, he hasnt given up hope hell a -full to Toronto if the Mbnarchs win the western crown, but he doesn't explain how he'll do the trick. will be renresenied. South America has shown keen interest. The United States, as usual, will send a strong team. England's I piavers be young, a bit out of I practice and generally inexperi- enced in master match, play." One cloud is the decision of Aus- i tralia not, to send its Davis cup po- I tentials here for fear the long 1 journey would take the edge the Australians when tLey defend their Dots all. brothers. BUI Yolselle, who misses a lot be- cause of his poor hearing, nearly busted up the clubhouse meeting when Mel Ore. asked everv- one how they stood with the Mexi- can league. Off in a corner. Bill suddenly began singing: "South of border, down Mexico way." berta officials appeared to look with some favor on proposals for the im- migration of a large number of northwestern United States families to the province, Byron W. Johnstoa. Washington stale land appraiser from Spokane, said after a "survey of the Peace Hiver districE and con- ferences with provincial officials. Mr. Johnston emphasized he was giving "my own opinion" of the attitude of Alberta officials. He was hopeful that the proposed immigra- tion would prove feasible. Interest in settling in Canada was never at a. higher peak in Idaho and Washington. -Tne more than families on whose behalf he is acting include stock ranchers and grain farmers as well as a few in- terested in mineral _ development, said ilr. Johnston, who hopes to be able to make a nip to Yeliowknife before returning to'Washington. cuo title later in the year. Omaha Knights edged Tulsa Oil- ers. 2-1 in the fifth game of their icst-of-seven United States Hockey eague semi-finaJs. Tulsa. retains a 3-2 edge in victories. Conn Shows Speed In Training GREENWOOD LAKES, N.J.. April Billy Conn of Pittsburgh showed his oldtinie speed Tuesday as ne opened his permanent training camp for his coming heavyweight title bout with champion Joe Louis in New York Yankee Stadium June 19. Looking Si at 190 pounds and huskier than ever before after a month's workout in Hot Springs, Ark., Conn boxed f so fast rountfcs with lighcweighD Sammy Schipani, also -After the workout SMpaai, who was picked for his speed, said: "Billv never has been faster. His legs "are in great shape. 1 able to lay a Hand en him." British Subjects And Citizenship OTTAWA. April Sec- retary Martin laid lass in the commons that under the govern- ment's Canadian citizenship biil British subjects will become Cana- dian citizens after five years resi- dence without the necessity of de- claring an intention. Mo-ring second reading of the bill, Mr. Martin said a declaration of intention would hare to be made by aliens who wished to become na- turalized in Canada, with ihe dec- laration to be made at least one year and not more than five years before naturalization, takes place. REFUSE TO FOLLOW S.C. BREAK IX MAX. longer had the confidence of parlia- ment. Referring to remarks made earlier in the discussion by State Secretary Martin, Mr. King said it was true that he fead practically exclusive _ knowledge of some of the decisions! made by Winston Churchill and the' late President Roosevelt. In addi- tion, he said he had acquaintances with some of the leading men of the world. llr. King said, he would try to anange for the switch in depart- ments at an appropriate time. He believed there was no desire among his party followers that he give up ihe post at this time. However, he was anxious to lighten the load he was carrying and he thanked God that he had ministers around him who were taking the burden from him every dav. He believed it would be possible to bring on a debate on external af- fairs trithin The next fortnight and to then refer the department's esti- mates to the house committee. Mr. Martin said Mr. King was the only statesman stni in power who had particiDawd in the Quebec con- ferences of Churchill and President Roosevelt. Vaccinate Coast Hockey Squads VANCOUVER. April bers of the Vancouver Canucks and Hollywood Wolves hockey squads mav" plav tonight's Pacific Coast Hockey league series game in Van- couver with, sore arms. Nearly thirty players ana as trell as four newspapermen from Angeles and Hollywood, will be vaccinated at the border before they are allowed to enter British Columbia- Some members of the Vancouver team, all former seryicenien. inay escaoe the vaccination, proridec they were last immunized -within one year. Manager Paul Thompson of the Canucks says he has asked medica men and that they say there is no reason to cancel tonight's game. The game will be the third in the series for the Pacific Coast cham- pionship, with the teams tied with one victory each. WINNIPEG, April two Social Credit members of the Manitoba legislature last night dis- associated themselves from a move- ment in the province to break away from the Sotial Credit Association of Canada. lae members. N. Ik Turnbull, Hamiota. and Dr. S. W. Fox, Gil- bert Plains, said there were several Social Credit groups in the province Admission Dates To Royal Roads Now Extended OTTAWA, April 3.t- headquarters announced that the period for receiving applications for Baseball Results i: :i; jj most mothers VVAPORUB EeJleve misery, as most do. Bub the throat, chest irtth time, tested TOXT ZAU3 SIGXS TO MEET GRAZIAXO NEW YORK. April Zale of Gary, t.d., will defend his world middleweight boxing title against Rocky Graziano of New York in a 15-round bout at Yankee Siadpun next July 25. Their signing Tuesday by Promoter Mike Jacobs .rounded out a complete list of- championship scraps which will see everv United States-held fistic title put "up for the defence before the summer's end. DODDS KIDNEY PILLS AN OIL PAINT F. A. ROGERS Lethbridge, Alta. intended to attend the Regina cor. vention of that organization if the j legislature were prorogued in SET CP QUEBEC SOCIAL extension -was a PACIFIC COAST Seattle 3 2 Los Angeles ...000 230 1 Fischer, Gregory Teiovic Anderson (8) and rinley; Lynn and; Portland ..002 OCO 7 2j 2! Helser and Holm; Iiafey and RairaorsclL Hollywood ..001 000 5 I Sacramento .120 COO 5 1 Kimball and Unser; Lpard and Xlarcucci. San Francisco .000 000 8 1 San Diego ___203 030 5 0 Werle, Stutz and Ogrodowski, Ivy; Olsen and Rice. SALFORD WIXS RUGBY 3IATCH LONDON. April pects from the printers. This meant applicants had not been given Salford defeated Rochdale Hornets a coaiplete picture of college re- quirements and other details. QUEBEC, April ap- p A said the colleee proval on division, but without a j An official said the college course Quebec legislative assembly to Premier Maurice Daplessis' bill to constitute a department of social welfare and of youth which will supervise aid to needy mothers, family allowances, old age pensions and other social welfare benefits. It also will take over from the provincial secretary's department re- passed the equivalent of junior mat- riculation examinations. The appli- r __ cants would be required to write an playoffs DISCOVER DEBIT 19-13 Tuesday in XJnitcd Kingdom rugby match. j PAT EGAX SIGNS TO LACROSSE April <7. Egan, burly defeaceman starring; for Boston Bruins in the current National hockey league Stanley cup night to play with the Quebec city entry of the Quebec lacrosse league, Vice-President Orcer Plamondon of ;the Quebec club said eariy today. T Egar. was playing coach the j Valleyfield lacrosse team in the, i ices. GIVEN 15 TEARS STJDBCRY, Ont, April F. Espa- nola, Ont, convicted of rape last by a snpreme coart jury, was sentenced to 15 years fa Kingston penitentiary by Mr. Justice A. M. Police said Clark, a Second Great TTar vet- eran, had been convicted of in- decent assault at Esponalo August, after which he was ar- rested on the rape charge. OTTAWA, April Tucked away among figures S4 debit against South Africa found a place in a parlia- provincsai y-tieuiij COT-TTI sponsibjlity for specialized and AGAINST SOUIH game league two yeais ago meal schools and from the attor-; nev-general's department respoasi- bifitv for juvenile delinquents' farms and'schools and other youth serv- t -5- Beauharnois-LaPrairie) had asked what countries Canada had loaned money to in 1939. In a list of balances outstanding for temporary advances was s. item for South Africa. Largest item in the list of advances out- standing was against France. FIGHT KESUI'TS i NEW YORK, April i McDonald. 154si, Edmonton, scored a technical knockout over Johnny Demaio. New Yorfc, in John Thomas, 139, Brooklyn, out- pointed Harold Robbins, 139, Van- couver, B.C., m four. Saint John Trojans outclsssed Halifax Y.M.C.A. 58-24, won the Maritime junior basketball cham- pionship and qualified to meet Montreal Y.M.H.A. Montreal Thursday and Saturday in the east- em Canadian finals. GET DOVBIE SAFETY THE REAL story of tire safety is told on the rough brick and grinding asphalt of the Indianapolis Speedway. In official tests at daredevil speed, Firestone Tires subjected to 500 torture-packed miles to prove their invincible strength. Through- out this gruelling M.P.H. on the a blowout, not a skid. Tough tires! Let the findings of this gruelling speed- test guide you in YOUR choice of tires- Science proves that the punishment inflicted on tires in this 500 miles of speedway travel is equal to a tire's lifetime of ordinary driving. "Which all adds up to this: Firestone Tires are officially proved DOUBLE-SAFE for YOUR car. Firestone Tires have always led the field tdth extra safety and mileage at no extra cost. Get most safe miles per dollar by having-your nearby Firestone "Dealer store equip YOUR car with the only synthetic tires that are proved on the speedway for your safety on the highway. You'll be glad you did! FIRESTONE TIRE A- RUBBER COMPANY of CANADA. LIMITED HAMILTON CANADA FJmtaBe Dealer Sttn FOB SERVICE OS ABOVE TO I.ETHBBJPGE DEALERS Artie Service Station Third Ave. and 13th St. S- Gait Service Station Fonrth Are. and Ninth Street S. Short Stop Service Station Fourth Ave. and Eighth Street S. Ted's Terminal 410 Third Avenoe Sonth General Farm Supplies "For an yonr farm equipment" 1621 Third Avenoe S. Phone 4363 Mechanics Sales Ltd. Eleventh Street and Third Avenue S. Spotlight Service Station Eighth Street and Third Avenue S. DISTRIBCTORS: Motor Car Supply Company of Canadalimited CALGARY LETHBREDGE EDMONTON SPA PEll JEWS PA PER I ;