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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL MordersGnre Taximen Jitters IS April over the slaving last Sunday of! Johann Johnson. 48, few drivers reported for work last ntghc.! Some drivers employed by the cnit- ed Taxi Company, i'or ubich John- son -worked, stajed away arid other companies reported men demand- t runs. An attempted robbery cf a driver In North "Winnipeg early today serv- ed to Increase the fear new i eat among all "Winnipeg drivers, j Half sn hour after the robbery at- tempt police cactared a 17-year- old voath armed with a revolver and held him for investigation. The driver of the csb tcld EOIICP hs was forced into the cab and Jcld to "hand over you've The -victim, whose name j would not disclose, talked the cun- j man into letting him gei oat- of file cab to reach for his money. Once! oat he ran down the street oaxsued i br ihe gunman. Ko-arever the dnv- i COCKTAIL BILL GETS TH1KD KEADES'G TORONTO, April The Ontario legislature on Thursday gave third reading to its cocktail liquor licence sc: after defeating 51-22 s Liberal amendment seeing an affirmative vote before licences are issued in :he "bis rive cities" Hamilton ion- don, Windsor and Otta-sra. v- invalidity benefits, -s-aich In ere administratively the rnosi caf- ears. has thousands of can see for oniy six millimetres but saiel! for several yards. They u-H also discover that the com- mon sruul is a male for the first jear of life, then becomes a mother. The Day In Parliament CALOARY, j Ir. declared that -hunger sits at the table thrice daily in hundreds of mil iions of homes." The honorary chairman of Prtei- __ j------------- fnr gavpKjsaessi I dsn; Trun-au's laciimr eniergency ncLets, anemia and oilier diseases or fcitamen, tCOrnraerciai projects payoients to crippled persons un-1 committee said his inspection A of of subnormal feeding." 5 in Canada for the proouction of w obtain employment or so- j European areas had disclosed that synthetic pasoiirje have so far fav- j security benefits, and heard J suffering from lack of proper diet s ored the Fischer Tropsch process.; Health Minister Claston prosoise; uras greatest among children and i utiliEes natural gas or consideration of the rnove but stress' adults in urban areas- He estimated that tons i that a national health insurance (Government officials Ottawa! should be considered first. saia Thursoav -R-nen queued T-jjg senate denated a bill to legal- i to increase Canada's "It points the way and tee only he declared. "The United Na- tions Organtsiion, admirable as is its purpose, grea; and noble as are its aims, can oniv survive to achieve that ouroose and those aims if is accomnlishes as to all nations just trhas Janan aropcses uiuiaterally to "through this constitu- abolish frar as a. sovereign tight. "Such a renusdar'on most be slniuitaneous and universaL It must be all or none. Is must be effected bv action ME aloce and open, undisguised action -vrijica in- vites confidence of all men serve the cause of peace. "The present instrujnentEiity to enforce its the. pooled armed might of its component nations can st bess be bar a. temporary ex- pedient so long ss nations still rec- ognize as co-existent the sovereign light of belligerency." The atomic bomb obviously In mind. Gen. MaeArthur Tamed thai war may blast to fBut sdH ve ae con- tinued- "Still ire cannot, despite the vaimlng aflvss at our rery feet, KEPLER AVIATION LTD. Appointments for Flight Instruction on New Piper Cubs May be arranged by phoning 4338 Sight seeing trips as low as tax After 5.30 p.m. 2410 (Continued from Front ihe retrains of a number of expert- ly bodies, had main- tained he was a leader in the re- sistance movement and that all of those killed were collaborators and "Gestapo decoys." The prosecution charged thai he joperaied a murder-fer-nroSt these iThe Of xazi-occupied announced signing of an agreement with Russia providing that Red army troops will be evacuated from Iran "uncondtionally" within six weeks from March 24. The agree- ment provides that proposed oil con- cessions to Russia, be- presented to ihe Iranian parliament within seven months, the announcement said.) As least two United States com- Sinclair and Standard of New jersey have been actively in- terested in Iranian oil concessions in recens years. Presumably their interest, no; cooled. The Brit- ish gcvemrcent. already entrench- ed in the only fields now producing in Iran, .vlil want to protect if nos expand its A Sovie; oil concession would dent for the fiiat time aft, almost solid Anglo-American line-up in Middle Eastern fields now considered the richest oa prize in tha world. Con- trol of this petroleum conceivably may influence the balance of power in future years. Wallace E. Pratt, formerly of Standard Oil of New Jersey, and a widely recognized economic geolo- gist, recently estimated present proven reserves in the Middle East at nearly barrels, or 42 per cent of the world supply. against 32 per cen: for the TJnited States and pe? cent for Rus- sia. MAKE JULY (Continued from Front Paee.) s beaten by 161-23. The mo- tion to give the bill second reading then -was called and upheld. 1 The unrecorded vote came -xhcn I John Diefenbaker CP.C- lake Cen- ;tre) unsuccessfully sough; to have the committee of the vrhole. study- ing the bill claose-by-clause, rise and report progress. Should the bill be passed through of the 'K'hole and given third reading it -BUI go to the sen- ate -where it must also receive three readings before it can become In marked contrast, the house ouietly discussed, as the only other piece of business of the cay, a mo- tion by Uonel Bertrand (ll, TBire- bonne) caning for a system of gov- j eminent payments to crippled per- jsons vho -were unable "to obtain employment and did not benefit from social security legislation. Health Minister dascton said the government 'would consider- re- solution but stressed that s. na- tional health insurance plan should precede inauguration of any plan ELLISON'S FLOUR Vitamin or Regular Type THE ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT FOR NOURISHING AND TASTY BAKED GOODS ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR LTD. SSiUers of Pine Quality Flour for 40 Tears to j France. Defence attorney Rene Horiot said the appeal might be based on "certain indiscreet remarks of the jurors." A reporter had quoted two jurors and the presiding judge as rial approval to nine per cent. Mr. Ilsley said Canada had no intention of abandoning price con- trol. No Ultimatum Is Sent To Packers W. A. Lang. Edmonton, research chemist with the Iberta Research Council, referred to the Dominion prelect'in the course of a talk be- fore a Calgary club here Thursday. U.N. Delegates Home-Hunting April S? Borsk. field: representative, -Workers of America i business By CLYDE (Canadian Press Staff Writer) NEW YOHS, April -Mem- bers of the Cmtec Nations Securi- tv Council, having deftlv shelved Jraaian protest over Bussian United intenerence toaay turned 10 me today denied an ultima- tum had been sent by the union to employers in the major packing plants in greater Winnipeg. An earlier report said the work- ers had demanded a meeting before next Tuesday to clarify disputed points in a wages agreement, and having described Petioi on the sec- fwa5e? TTM "mor-wr." mreatened to_ tajce a strike vote end day of the trial as a "demon" and -murderer." PLEA IS APPLAUDED Moral's six-hour plea to the jury was applauded even by tne victims' families and WHS described by the French, press as "the greatest _de- fence summation in French crim- inal history." "To be sure, the defendant was not normal in tie sense of people like us." Florio; cried. "He imagin- ed a whole resistance group around him which he commanded." THUMBNAILS (Continued from Front Page.) careful to see that he does what ce can to gam his poini in the end. He speaks decisively. Sir Alexander Cadofan, 61. of Britain. Sir Alexander, too, is a veteran diplomat and was chief diplomatic advisor to the Bri- tish League of Nations delega- tion. His dress is as Impeccable as his English; his -mannerisms and his talk are those of a man loop-schooled in the practices of diplomacy. Andrei A. Gromyko. 38. of Russia. Ur. Gromyko, TJ-S-S.R- ambassador to the United States, is the young- est man at the council table bat he has gained his spurs as a debater of tne first rank. Grim-counten- anced and senous, he speaks Rus- sian whes addressing the council few gestures. SEE GENERAL (Continued from rerv slight extent" objections pre- viously raised by the congress and in filing a vacancy of labor repre- sentaticn on the board the gov- ernment had net consulted organ- ized labor. "Apart from the defects of the wartime wages control order and the unsatisfactory personnel of the National War Labor board, the congress believes that there is no longer any need for wage control in the brief FAVOR CUT IN HOCKS "The congress believes that, In order to provide employment for tha increasing number of workers in the nation, is is essential that hours of labor be reduced to forty hours per week or less without re- duction in income." Pealing with income tax the brief asked consideration to the possi- bility of extending exemptions to for single persons and for married persons, but added: "On the other hand, if no otaer means can be found by which to ensure full employment for the workers of Canada than the rais- ing of large sums of money by tax- ation. the congress believes tbat full employment is much more im- portant than lower tases." LANGUAGE FRIDAY-CJOC-8.30 to 9 p.m., M.S.T. i (Continued from Front Pass.) I Sir. Sing spoke after the brief J had been presented and comments i made by Labor Minister Miichell and Finance Minister Ilsiey. Mr. j Conrov had supoiernented the brief j with si few remarks in which j he said he anticipated the submis- sion had maae the government i "angrv." "SAD AT Mr. King said he was not angrv, but he was "a little sad at heart when the representations of labor have to be made in some of she words you used today." The phrase "a new social crcer" was one Mr. Conroy had used and the greatest rseed of the day was a new social order based on personality rather than property. prune minister's voice rose as he went on to say the new social order have to be based on goodwill. "If it starts with antagonism, making people angrv or wcr.cerin? if you have made "them angry it can never succeed. This idea that vou can solve our problems by mat- in? enemies, by adopting rough methods will never "You cannot honestly say you have read what has been done bv men and women of all political has been done In veterans affairs, in health and welfare, in reconstruction: and say with truth that no plans have been made for an orderly transition from war to peace." The conference was attended by more than 200 members of C.C.L. unions. Before Mr. King spoke, Mr. Mitchell had expressed disagreement unless it was held. "We have already had one meet- ing." said Mr. Borsk. "and it has "been adjourned until next Tues- day." He said a meeting had been held the regional -wages board and members of the union and manage- agement. Is yas adjourned on the under- standing that union manage- ment representatives would meet before Tuesday to consider the dis- puted points. "It might ultimately mean a strike vote if an agreement is not Mr. Borst said, "but cer- tainly at thfe stage.we have not sent an ultimatum, to anyone." The plants in greater "Winnipeg are Canada Packers, Swift Cana- dian and Bums and Company, em- ploying about 3500 -Hrorkers. Tne disputed section of the agreement, negotiated last fall Mr. Justice Richards, and later clarifed a. Dominion--Kide strike threatened, concerns submis- sion of issues in dispute to the re- gional board. The union is reported to have requested that a suggested adjust- ment in the agreement to permit higher wages be placed before the boarc. The management claims the wages' request was covered in the general raise authorized early this year after mediation of Mr. Jus- tice Richards. Adjournment until nest Tuesday was taken vesterdav after the council adontec. over the lone pro- test of Australia, a resolution to nosrpone discussion of the Soviei- Iran dispute until next May 6. Today the council members and the site committee are to inscect the plan; cf the Sperry Gyroscope Cornccny near Great Neck. Long Island, as a possible in- terim home for the enure organi- zation. The security council has been meeting in Hunter College, the Bronx, where about was spent in" remodelling the gymnas- ium. jtsut tee city wants the college back and, in any event, a home mus; be found for the economic snd social council which meets here Mav 25 and for tee general .assem- blv due to meet in September. The oronosal being studied today is to take over the Sperry property and establish the entire organiza- tion there for the three to five years it wul take to build a permanent peace citv. The site is at Lake Success, Nas- sau county. Long Island. miles from. Great Neck, tae nearest rail- bv! station, and nearly 20 miles rmdtown New York. Two Children Are Burned to Death, Nova Scotia Home ST. JOSEPH BU MOIXE, N.S., April (OP.) children were burned to death and a- third was seriously injur- ed in a fire that destroyed their horce in this little im- munity on the northwest coast of Inverness conntj- last Bight. Five-year-old Eric Chaisson and his 14-moDths-oId brother, Key, died, while another broth- er, three-year-old Bernard, was resetted from the flaming- struc- ture by a neighbor, Simon P. LeManc. The flames were so intense, however, he teas un- able to re-enter the building to save the other two children. The father, Wflfred P. Chais- son, was at work at a saw- mill and Mrs. Chaisson had left her home to obtain milk. When she returned she found her house in flames. MAPLE STRTJP, SUGAR. PMCE INCHEASES SET OTTAWA, April in- creases-" for producers of maple syrup and sugar were announced Thursday by the Prices Board which said the change would bring prices for maple syrup sold in bulk "more in line'' with that sold in gallon containers and encourage better distribution of bottled syrup in retail siores No retail price change was involved. A two-cent- a-pound increase was authorized in producer ceilings for syrup sold in bulk users to processors or and maximum industrial producers prices for maple sugar loose-packed in bags was raised three cents pound. PEPPER CHARGES "GANGING TIP" O2f RUSSIA WASHINGTON, April 5. Senator Claude Pepper tDem., Fia.) asserted in the senate Thursday that the United States is joining with other countries in "ganging up on contention which Senator Carl Hatch, CDem., body disputed. Famed Songwriter Passes In Denver DENVER. April Youmans. 47. composer of such poo- ular song hits as "Great Day" and for Two" died in Denver to- day after an illness of several weeks. Mr. Youmans died of tuberculosis. He had been confined in a local sanitarium for more than a month. The famed songTtriier. trhp wrote musical scores for a dozen or more hit Broadway produetions, was bora in New York Citv. He first hit the big time In the music world in 1930. xrhen he turned ous the score for the musical com- edy his "Two little Girls in Blue." ilr. Youmans gained fame along Tin-Pan Alley when he wrote the score for the smash hit "No. No, Nanette." From, it emerged two pop- ular For and 'I Want to be Happy." His other compositions include "I Know That You Know." times I'm Happy." "-Without a Song." "More Than You "Time on My Hands." "Drums In My and Mr. Youmaa's own favorite. the beautiful ballad Through the Years." He also wrote music for the mo- tion picture "Flying Down to Hio." Italian Woman Charged Murder British Officer of cereals in the monUis before fcarves; and additional shipments of fats were needed ia Burope to avert "disaster." Declaring that Infant mortality Got His Dollar Back In Stickup BOSTON, April smudged-faced gunmen, held up the proprietors of a liquor store and their solitary customer last night forcing the victims to face the wall. Just, then in walked a passer- bv- asking "What kind of a show- is Responded s gunman. "This !s a stickup. How much have you A search yielded one collar. Quoth the fourth victim: "Jeepers, I wanted a beer be- fore I went home. How can I get it "Oh give it back to said a second robber. He got the bill bade. The robbers continued then- work and took, police said, be- tween and exceeding 20 per cent a year "is indication of slow Mr- Hoover asserted that rehabilitation' of children "cannot be postponed until some other day." "The -siorld cannot hate children, even of the enemy." he said. "Our- children must live in the same world iriih them." Mr. Hooier estimated that 000.000 children from the Russian frontier to the Snghsh Channel "are not only badly undernourished but are steadJlv developing tuberculosis. JAP FLAGS TRADED TO YANKS FOR CIGABETS TOKYO, April 5. A long-time resident of asked a Japanese woman Thursday why so few Japanese flags were flown yesterday commemorate the death of Japan's mythical fiwt emperor, Jimrnu. "It is very she replied. "Most of our flags have been traded to the American soldiers for cigarets-" COMMUNISTS ASKS ALLIES GIVE CHINA DEMOCRACY CHUNGKING. April 5. Gen. Chou En-Lai. Communist spokesman. Thursday demanded that the Allies give China a chance to -establish democracy and asserted that "careless assistance from for- eign nations will increase dis- orders here." His statement; was made as he and other Communists renewed verbal assaults on the gov- ernment and the Kuomintang (Na- tional 5-CENT GAS "PIPE ROMEl April thous- and screaming tvomen broke through police barriers today in ef- fcrts to kiss the hand of Udia Carmo when she went on trial for j the slaying of a British array cap- i tain whom she said she Jailed "to defend Italian women" Batteries of floodlights and mo- tion picture cameras centred atten- tion on lidia, current heroine of the Italian trcess. She told how she had discovered the captain was married and that he had "tired of me and had fallen m love with an- other woman." would have killed him on the she said, when he "told me that Italian women had no right to pretend anything was owed them." j The court heard an extract from her letter which, said: "I will wait for vcu tonight. It will be the most beautiful night of our lives." Weeping, she rose and cried: "Enough! "I shot she said, "not only to vindicate my own r.ame but to defend Italian women." CALGARY, April "Five- cent gasoline" from natural gas is a. pipe oreain as far as the Cana- dian motorist is concerned, W. A. Tang. of Edmonton, research chem- ist with the research council of Al- i bena, told members of the Cana- Club here Thursday. TO CHEVROLET. OWNERS Get CHEVROLET CHEVROLET Specialists Beny Chevrolet- OldsmoMe Ltd. Chevrolet, OldsmcbHe Cars; Chevrolet and Maple Leaf Tracks Sales and Service Two locations: 7th Street S. Phone 40S5 for service BATTLES THEET WINNIPEG, April peg police today sought a. youth, who attempted to snatch a bank des- patch case from Bernice Perry, mes- senger for the Etominion Bank, in the heart of the downtown business district late yesterday. Although struck several times in the face, Miss Perry lougbi off the thief. CROSS ACTING PREMIER EDMONTON, April four of Alberta's cabinet ministers away from Edmonton attending the national convention of the Social Credit party in Regina, Eealth Minister W. W. Cross now Is acting premier. Still at, their desks are Municipal Affairs Minister C. S. Gerhart. Lands Minister N. S. cannot move out of the state. Tanner. Agriculture Minister B. Martin criUcized relief agencies, MacMillan and Provincial Secre- who he said were the principal re- V.C. Padre Buries Unknown Soldier Falaise Cemetery BRETTEVILLB, Sur-Laize, Kor- mandy, France. April CCJP. bones of an unknown Canadian soldier who died at near- J- of gram. by Falaise in July, 1944. were buried yesterday sn the cuiet Normandy countryside by Maj. John Foote, V.C. The remains were brought from Canada by the Canadian chaplain, j who won the Victoria Cross for his i gallantry in the Dieppe raid of 1942. for interment with fellow- j Canadians who lie in this peaceful j cemetery 12 miles from the scene of the Canadian break-through south of Caen in August, 1S44. Accident Theory In Movie Set Death Washington May Prevent Wheat Leaving State OLYMPIA, Wash., April An embargo was clamped on all wheat shipments from the state of Washington last night. Governor Mons C. Wallgren's office an- nounced. The action was taken here by Agriculture Director Fred Martin, who said relief organizations have drained warehouses until they are from to bushels short of normal stocks. Wheat is Washington state's most important crop. The 1945 yield was valued at The state in 1944 ranked fifth in production of winter wheat and fourth in spring wheat production. Martin said his department could stop the flow of wheat from the state by closing, down borderline inspection and weighine stations. Withous certification, the grain Standard of Quality! REDROSE "is good tea91 RED ROSE Orange Pekoe Tea is extra good! HOIiYWOOD, April 5. Authorities leaned today toward a theory of accident in the death of a 32-year-old studio set worker whose bodr was found below a movie lot backdrop after a party on a set reproducing "Hell 4n Papier- Mache." The vlcilm was Edvrard n. Gray, father of three. was a strip, a handyman classification which includes carpenters, electricians and other trades. Police safd he was not employed on the particular pic- ture whose crew and cast were biraliiig conclusion of ita but had Joined the party with a fel- Icw-worfeer. IDENTIFY GARROTTED BODY HAGERSTOWN, Md.. April John B. Huyett said here todsy that a young woman found dead near Rouzerville Pa., yesterday had been identified as Betty Jane Kennedy. 19. Sheriff Huvett said the scarred and garrotted body was identified by the girl's mother. She had been missing since Sunday. EAVER LUMBER VENEER Beautiful Cedar Panels 4x6 4x8 3x8 Also Cedar Craft ultra modern interior wall finish. Beaver (Alberta) Lumber Limited Phone 3516 Corner 3rd Ave. and 17th St. S. MOTORISTS GABARDINE SEAT COVERS WHILE THEY: LAST FRONTS. REG- REARS. REG. BEST EXTRA FELT BACK FLOOR MATS 1 UNIVERSAL Mechanics Sales Ltd. Phone 2622 Comer 3rd ATB. and llth Street S. Announcement We have much pleasure in announcing- appointment of H. W. MEECH AGENCIES (H. W. MEECH, B. Com.) ACADIA BLOCK, THIRD ATENCE S. PHONE Exclusive agents for LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT Great American Insurance Co. Inc. 1873 Canadian Head Office, Montreal Writing all classes of insurance excepting life BROAD COVERAGE PROMPT SETTLEMENTS ;