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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE MONETARY FUND, WORLD BANK GO INTO BUSINESS AT WEEK-END HOT IX ENGLAND WASHINGTON, April 5. The international monetary fund the urorld bank will go formally cerhaps not yet actively Into business Saturday and Sunday, Ss the leading choice for presi- dency of the world bonk, having the reported support of Treasury Sec- letsry YInson. chairman of the board of both hani and fund. respectively. Dates for meetings of the power directorates for the two insti- tutions were disclosed simultaneous- ly with an announcement that Den- mark had become the 39th member of the fund and the 38th of the bank. From the start of the May meet- Ings the directorates will be in con- tinuous session 10 handle global financing and stabilization, of vrorla currencies. However, cSicials said, both prob- i Former federal budget director 12-land New York insurance company bly be busy at first with elec- tion of their chief executives. Some "at least two months" by some may elapse before the two officers build up their staffs and begin work in earnest. Leading Choice Lewis W. Douglas apparently still president and one-time principal of. McGill UahersHy. Montreal, Mr. J LONDON, April April wem- ther which is setting records throughout Britain continues to be top nevs with London newspapers bannering the progress reports of the ther- mometer's climb. An early edition of Evening Standard, for ex- amiCe, ran as its Sine: "High- er still: 67. going up." The newspaper followed la a lat- er edition with: Alberta EXPORTS FALLING, U.S. MAY RAISE WHEAT PRICE WASHINGTON. April UP> With exports falling behind goals, the United States government soon mav raise the price of wheat and order a curtailment in the milling of flour for domestic use. Forecasts that such actions will be taken to feed the hungry abroad made in government quarters after Agriculture Secretary Ander- son announced that first-quarter shipments of wheat and flour equiv- alents fell 313.000 tons short of the goal. Asserting that "we are getting to the bottom of the barrel." Mr. Anderson said the next 60 to 90 Douglas is opposed by former treas- i still: 73, going up." ury secretarv, Henry Morgenthau on grounds "he is identified with Wall Street financial interests. The top post ia the fund, that of managing director, may go to Cain- ille Gutt, Belgium's minister of state. Each job pays a year in addition to all taxes. Trie countries represented by di- rectors for both bank and fund are the United States. Britain. Canada, China. France, India, Belgium and The Netherlands. In addition. Mex- ico. Brazil. Elgypt and Czechoslo- vakia have directors on. the fund; while Poland. Greece, Chile and Cuba have directorships in the bank. More Socialism For Saskatchewan By H. L. JOKES, Canadian Press Staff Writer- REGINA, April sec- ond phase of the Saskatchewan C.C.F. government's socialization and industrialization program was laid out boldlv todav in the black- type pages of more than 100 bills endorsed at the third session of the province's 10th legislature. And it pointed to a branching out In various fields of endeavor. The 37-cav session was prorogued late las; n3ght after last-minute _ consideration of estimated espendi- j AUEXAXDEK CALHOGN CEO. M. Above are pictured Alexander Calhoun, president of the Alberta branch, Canadian Cancer Society; and George M. Pettinger, director Of the society's campaign for funds which will take place through- out the province this month. Mayor A. W. Shacklelord is director of the campaign ia Mrs. Rose Selfotd icdcUiy; ssS Mrs. A. S. Pumenon is convener of the house to house canvas. Wo- men's organizations of the city have been contacted with an appeal for assistance and a whirlwind campaign is planned for the week from April 29 to Slay 4. Individual memberships in the society will be canvassed for and the drive in no way conflicts with the bridge Community Chest. DEWITT MacKENZlE SAYS PEACE BODY SOLVES FIRST MAJOR CRISIS The Concil IN EFFORTS SAVE ESCAPED FLIERS encouraging the belief that- at last s we have a .League of Nations vhich i wul viork. Bv NOLAKD NORGAARD. forces required K _ NUERNBERG. April oJ H> Marshal Wilheld sold j annaally. ____ ___ the international military tribunal! He said jreec icr 9OMF today he tried in vain to have i eompScsiei tnetreannent British aviators returned so the oi by The GennaB anay. Keitel Gea, Henri Gsraae, the French, general collaborated L- i with the Allies JB the invasion of y of: North Africa, sens a secret earo? s to Prance early in to ascertain, attached to tie whether the Germans permit to return to his famil? fiojne, Irem Al- A 'V.T; mmm _ ___ _ Dresden. Seventy-six question -was pofc to and s m the' CoL-Gen. Alfred Jodl Cehal oT _ situauon cas demonstrated solemnly that it was set; several days after this stormy i he learned the fliers Testimony He tesdmaay by Gerspafi Gen. Srwjn. tnas he had days will be "the most critical tures of for 1946-47 period in the world food crisis." j which the house was called upon to Discussions of price increases of jvote. Then T being carried on. by department grain authorities. Wheat now is bringing farmers a national aver- age price of about An increase would be designed to pull as much grain from farms as possible within the nest 90 days. Many farm leaders contend that under present price regulations, it is more profitable to feed grain to livestock than to sell i- "CADDY" ON PROWL AGAIN? VANCOUVER, April ulation as to whether "Cadboros- aurus." British Columbia's famed sea serpent, is on the prowl again arose Thursday when crew members of the fishboat, Scott Hill, reported thev sighted a sea monster five miles off Estevan on Vancouver Is- land's west coast. "It was iust about six o'clock when he came ic. about 10 yards from the said thft skipper. Birger An- derson. "I've never seen anything like it before." Anderson said he had seen some- thing in the water which he took to be a large log as the gear was being stowed, preparatory to mak- ing a trip to Vancouver but that he paid no attention to it-. "All of a sudden." he said, "it reared tin right beside the boat. It more "than 10 vards away. I couldn't describe it. It had a head like a horse ana large eyes and nostrils." Anderson said the monster play- ed around for about five and then disappeared. Alberta Premier Addresses S.C. Parlor at Recrina JL J fff fm jpa REGINA, April E. C. Manning, voting leader of Al- berta's Social Credit government, addressed the second national con- vention of the party today on "In- ternal Organization" in a closed meeting of delegates attending from all parts of Canada. Attorney-General Lucien May- nard of the Alberta government told newspapermen, Mr. Manning was "sorrv his address could not be made miblic as it concerned only the convention delegates. Yes- terdav the cress was excluded from the convention, room during the. latter part of an address by Maj. A. H. Jukes of Saanichton, B.C.- Committee reports will take the convention time tocay and to- night Hon. Solon law, national leader of the partv is scheduled to address a public meeting in. Ke- heara aa- FOOD FOR ITiDIA gina's city hall. Cl Yesterday delegates _ minutes dresses from Mr. Low ana dents of the British Columbia, Al- berta and Quebec branches of the organization. A motion that the executive set- WASHINGTON. April government of India information services reported Thursday that In- dia has been allotted tons of rice and toes of wheat bv the combined food board. These are said to represent 60 per cent of India's requirements. ALT A Starts Tomorrow LAST XIGHT TO SEE RADIO STARS PARADE MURDER MY SWEET up of tbe national council of the Social Credit Association of Can- ada be opened to include a second was.endorsed today. tinder the present executive set- up, the national leader of the party serves as presidential the associa- tion and a deputy leader acts as first vice-presidenr. The move to add to the executive resulted from a motion put to the convention by the constitution com- mittee. It was supported.by national lead- er Solon Low who said his office was overworked and could not carry out organization activities for the association. Election of the national vice-president and second vice-pres- ident- for 1946 will take place to- morrow afternoon. SOVIET SOFTENS LAND DEMANDS OX AUSTRIA VIENNA, April liet Russia, abruptly softening her policv toward Austria, Jbas irithdrawh most of her de- mands for land in the Russian occupation zone and has indi- cated a desire to reach an agreement on some other dis- puted issues, a government spokesman said today. ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ft Q ff STORK WINS RACE ff WITH TAXI-CAB Lt.-Gov. R. J. M. _____._____the chamber and j relieved from further attendance j duty the members made weary by j morning, afternoon and night sit- tings in the final heavy week of work. Left behind bv the 54 one seat is- compulsory automobile accident insurance legis- lation already in effect, a provincial hospitalizaubn measure effective next Januarv and many other laws designed 10 further the plans of the government of Premier T. C. Doug- las in its second year of office- Important to the pocketbooks of all Saskatchewan residents was a measure eliminating the province's two per- cent "education tax" from! all "food and liquor Oct. 1.____ SEVERE CKIXICISJJ. Canada's only administra- tion came under severe criticism at times from Opposition Leader W. J. Patterson and" his five-man Liberal group and sometimes from veterans' representatives in the house. The comaulsory auto accident insurance measure "under which motorists must insure with the government insurance office as a condition of getting a license, was the chie. target. Sharp criticism also was levelled at a companion bill which will allow the government to enter almost all types of insurance and which makes insuring with the government office mandatory for those institutions gerting a urovincial grant as a con- up dition of "obtaining the grant- In the field of labor the govern- ment tightened its already tight Trade Union act but abandoned for the present plans to effect a 44- hour work week in the province. In housing an act was passed to set- up crown corporations through the government _____National Housing for a large-scale future program. New measures among the session's 118 bills was one setting up feed and fodder storage throughout the province to help farmers through drought years. Another set ua a trade services department through -which, Saskatchewan trade offices can be established in other provinces and abroad to boost sale of Saskatchewan products. SPEED MMIT Other legislation provided for licensing of oil and gas well oper- ations: grading and inspection of vegetables; control of plans pests and set a 50-mile-an-nour speed luni; on. Saskatchewan highways. Many questions were asked about- the government's crown corporations and what it planned to do next. Questioners were told the govern- ment was investigating making al- cohol from, wheat, scan and cleanser from volcanic ash, utilization of timber and lignite and other re- search. A feature of the session was broadcast of speeches from the floor of the legislative chamber, a new innovation in Canadian legislatures. A radio committee which looked after the government sponsored broadcasts, reported they had whet- ted the people's interest in Sas- katchewan's "affairs of state and recommended they be continued in future sessions. Mayors Call For More Definite Action On Non-Essential Building Cniied Nations is aoakirtg itself felt. 'The Iranian difficulty has not j been settled, and we shouldn.% over- look that. As a matter of fact, laving studied thas complicated J -j tried to retain those already j at first hand m Iran, I Ten- f recaptured and returned to camp." ?o svss thai its a. ions way ae jani. "in tiiat I succeeded, bat: Irom being settled to ifce compete f was alL" i satisfaction of all concerned. i Xeiie! conceded that he seat in- 1 That's not the main point. What j to Berlin in 1342 to study has happened is that a tiny country 5 the idea of tatooicg Soviet prison- has been able to get a. hearsnfe of a I ers but desisted after rtjreyra Mm- i grievance against a j ister Joachim _Voa Ribbeatrop re- Pewta Weygand last OTTAWA. April The Canadian Federation Mayors and Municipalities to- day nrsed the federal nent to take "more definite ac- tion in. prohibiting cer- tain types of non-essential con- struction'' during the housing shortage. The federation's executive committee met Finance Minister lUley and Reconstruction Min- ister Howe and submitted a. list of resolutions including: one ask- ing that, when the three-cent federal gasoline tax is aban- doned, it should be transferred to mnnicipalitiss to finance im- provements to streets and side- walks. The committee also urg- ed continuance of subsidies on basic foods, particularly milk. NOT EFFECTIVE In a statement issued after the meeting, the federation said the mayors argued that the recent det-in-couneil placing responsi- bility for granting or refusing build- ing oermits oa municipalities "will not be effective in achieving the re- sults it is aimed at. namely the diversion of materials from non-es- sential construction to houses. a. highway which may ed that lead to ultimate settlement or whicn such a in any event may by-pass the use of j only force. i Didn't Get Toujh J One of tbe most, gratifying as- pecss of the case is while the authority and dignity of the United Nations -were maintained, the coun- j cil didn't get tough to trying to i a. settlement. The harsh' his instructions against -___ Bieasurfe reached Berlin strioped of his ranS: 0 to death by a French court which convicted him of treachery while Keitel testified the war la the j chsef-of-state of tiie Vichy govern- east made such drains on German manpower in 1942 that the anaed' muted to life, impnsonnient.) The statement said that "in view ioree a acwjcjijcin- of the fact that Mr. Howe and his: question of sanctions didat- arise. officials have information, which i fact that justice was evenly Is not available to the j balanced between, little Iran and ties, relating to the availability of j mighty Russia will do much to en- j materials and labor in. the different courage confidence in the paace ____ sections of the country and therela-1 organization. si A ciszarette tive over-all needs is was a The position, of the Russo-Iran- A prooer and definite function and {iats case now is that the Security duty of the to assume the responsibility of de- ciding what is non-essential con- sanction." Mr. Kowe would be informed of "this the statement said, and the federation would give -full support to any such order the fed- eral sees So to enact." Regarding the federal gasoline tax. Mr. Hslsy and "Vfr. Hows had stressed that, when it was abandon- ed, it would a matter for decisiori between jhe provinces and municinalities. The delegation, was headed by Mayor J. W. Comett of Vancouver, federation president, and included Mavor R. J. Ssunders of Toronto, Mayor Gamett Coulter of Winni- peg, Mayor Ray T. Forbes of Fred- ericton, Mayor Lucien Borne of Quebec, Mayor Edward Wilson of Verdun. Que., and Mayor Stanley Lewis of Ottawa. If they don't reach a. satisfactory T ths United Nations will j T __a hand again. A It's likely to take a long time to j J achieve agreement, and it will be surprising if the two countries ever reach a point tfcat satisfies both of them. And we must not overlook that Britain, which has a big interest in Iran, will be watching to see that her toes are not stepped on. BLAME CIGARETTE BUTT FOB. fTTLfVfOOO FIRE HULL, Que, April A cigarette butt is believed the cause of the fire which destroyed a pulpwood stocfc- of the S. B. Sddy Ccia- and i Naturalization After One Year PORT ARTHUR, April uajij northern eud resolution asking that any person ofthe inter-provincial bridge who has spent one lull year in Can- lass week. Fire Chief Ensile ada- be compelled to apply -or na- Bond said yesterday. West Demands Tariff Reduction Canadian Tried To Flee In Jap Plane, Executed CHALLENGES Aussie Delegate Stands Alone at UN Session CHATHAM, Ont, April o C5 over the wheel. Cab Driver Morley Munro was racing the stork when from the back seat of the taxi Mrs. Simon Peters said, "it's time." And in the cab. stopped on a lonely stretch of highway, the wo- man gate birth to a son. That was yesterday, and today hospital officials here said both were doing well ff and that the birth had been By HARRELSOtf NEW YORK, April pep- pery little former army oSicer from Australia stood alone in the United Nations security council Thursday to challenge the action of his col- leagues in shelving the Iranian case. This was not the first; time that gray-haired, dynamic Lt.-Col. W- R. Hodgson had demonstrated that his country's foreign policy was not tied to that of Great Britain or any other power, Thursday's action was typical of the independent, aggressive course he has followed on the Iranian ques- tion. With the possible exception of Secretary Byrnes of the Unit- ed States, this army officer-diplomat has talked more than any other member of the council. Iran, he supported the measure on the ground it was ia line with his original motion to gather infonna- non before acting. STAXD SET FORTH His position is best set forth in the opening sentence of his speech yesterday: "The principle for which Austra- lia stands is that the council should take any decision without care-- ful. orderly and methodical exami- nation of all the facts and informa- tion relating to the dispute in order to reach a just and impartial deci- sion, acting as a high judicial tri- bunal OTTAWA. April body of Sgt. Russel Charles Smith of Kamsack. Sask.. a Canadian pilot with the R-A-F- who was shot while a crisoner of the Japanese, is being t re-buried witit military honors near REGINA, April joint Batavla today, suhmisiion. of the governments of j Air force headquarters said the the three prairie provinces to the i body of Sgt. Sir.ith was one of three federal government urging tariff discovered recently in graves _near reduction and extension 01 multi- i a former Japanese prisoner 01 war lateral trace was unanimously ea- j camp at Glalog. Java. dcrsed by the Saskatchewan Legis- I He was taken prisoner early In lature just before it prorogued last j April, 1942. and was shot after he night. (attempted to escape in a Japanese Contents of the brief were not j aircraft with two other Common- made public "but Premier .Douglas, wealth airmen who eluded their tabled a'copy and said it had been gu'urds April 26. 1942. They were signed by lepresentatives of the i able to start only one engine of a SasKaicnewan, Aiberta and Mani- i cwm-enginec Japanese aircraft be- toba governments and was already on its'way to- the federal trade and guards, tariff committee at Ostawa. "For tco long the praine farmer has had to seil his major products j on, the world market and to buy i his manufactured goods ia a close Canadian tr.e Premier said in a statement to the house. "Tariffs must he continued. "Canadian economy depends upon a. vigorous and freely moving world trade. In this sense we endorse ail j efforts towards an extension, ol the fore they were re-captured by TROOPS ON THE MOVE taralizacoa. pacers or leave tie countrv, was passed at a meeting of the" Port Arthur orarica. of the Canadian Legion lass reight. "If a person, does nos like this countrv sufficiently to become na- turalized after living in it for 10 or 15 vears they should be to get out in no uncertain terms. said Frank Boland, a. Legion, mstt- Another member suggested part of the onus was on employers who "should make sure their are naturalized." SET UP KOKEAX GOVT. IN A3EERICAV ZONE SEOUL. April Associated Press was informed. bv sources who would net permit "use of tfcetr names that United States occupation initiated a move to set up a virtual Korean government in the American zone because of slow of the OHtea States Soviet commission in establishing seU- nue tnronjchom the country. Express Surprise state department spokesman, ex- pressed surprise at a dispatch from Seoul reporting thac American, oc- cupation ofucals have begun a move to set up a nrruai government in ths United States ____ "This case was a challenge to the i principle of multilateral trading.' security council and in our