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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1946 G.B. FOREIGN POLICY geisha FACES LABOR CRITICISM aciona CT April as- f chiefs of the dist-xt party co-Jaeils _jf conference of ihe isbor party (speak their m_nds. in will criticism, of foreign i One Secretary Hera's conduct of Snush cease-ess campaigning foreign, policy for a "crssxis officials s'-------- One of more tosn 40 resol-uocs British foreign labor b.e government A bis iigK. 'was Reveals Jap Gold Hoard The Day In Parliament The O- Press) Discuss Japs In Commons Trie ?m- __pp Vzeu; Stated S no: i------------ _ Err Prof. Harold Laski 400 were J "ilarv of :--e resolutions de -oday discussion m foreign oo-kri ara J JKSS" 10-14 conference, a traei- Sir. cond-K-t "As being a and ramble affair cosririuar.ce pi tee cceservstne where" labor truest leasers and foreign. Discov 000 in I kvo Bav of commons to cef-ne clct-ec ae ste en ihe OTTAWA. AorU deh- cate task of c-esrij deSmng Cana- aiac occupied the house NAZI P.O.W.'s 350 af :er lengthy inresrxarias by i i members of tne Royal Canadian, illourred Po-ice from i headqiiarcers. mos- ofj j tne investigating oeini cone ay De- TOKTO. April tip !rfi todav to of iwo truciJoads. of preeiou> metal insols believed worth >en OOO.WOj 13 the mud of Tokyo bav. Ac informant said he had told by Japanese army of- ficers the mouev vras 10 be used -in builcUn; up a Sweater japan afiff things have quieted down." Tr. mood, the house look up the problem daring resumed ce- s of oa soversrsesfs citizen-; ;he national, shi? asc heard appals in oLcv -us- li-er-fore oe direct S Progressive Ke- m the from British that the ,f measure not be used as sent policy on CHARTER ISSUED TO E.LD. SUGAR REFINERY LTD., BROOKS EDMOXTOX; April incorporating the E.LD. Sugar Ke-ficery Ltd. at Brooks has been isssed by the Alberta gorcra- but decision has >et been reached OB financial assistance by way of guaranteed borrowing or other means, Trade Minister C. Gerhart said yesterdaj. It K reported that S600.000 has been raised already toward the building of the refinery. The charter gives the companj the of a co-operathe marketing and vrill enaWe it to assist producers in finding the best means of producing sugar beets in the Brooks district for delivery to the proposed plant. The company hopes to bring acres of land under cultiva- tion for sugar beets. i measure no: be used as a meaas -INFANT "INDUSTRIES- j of sewers. 1 Tracitional argument of I the repatriation of Japanese. in Canaca ihe brief Geserallv. however, spokesmen thac lanSs uere required t for Quarters of tfie house ex-, n8Q __, ;o the 1 pressed agreement with the arm- cospetitian of the inore! ciple of tr.e measure, alchouKh there i j Jncusrnes oJ i were suggestions that some aspects parrirularlj the! be Crated S-s-es Tie hac beett Presen-injr Progress e Cos-j siniustiSaKe tariff ser-.-ative How arc Green iremea-1 Vancouver DEWITT MacKENZlESAYSl Hidden Threat In Food Crisis Is Misleading Development indicated her ever J2ed too i- marked ana ae-j desire from Jr Scares stsnds ready nessm CJ5 nac mo-ed in to re-ODen nes; inal beinr stopped on it csy after it was learned tnat o-e of "the jurors was 100 :-ouzg to qualify for jurr semce. 15 -niTNESSES It is learned that about 15 nesses are to be prshsiinary hearings jn concectipa tne dtirdsr, and that about hn witnesses are inp to Japan. 3 pression that, after all, the situation i policy is being there isn't desperate, j Cabana's J delayed pending a pnvv council i "We shouldn't let this fool us. J r jjjgi There's no question; rx my mind about the ifareai of all-hut empn The witnesses are at cnsr of war camps and -eets across the Doirmion to be assembled at Mecictne Hat shortly. The accused nurcerers were hroughi to the -Hat aoout a tortrueiit KEPLER AVIATION LTD. Appointments for Right Instruction on New Piper Cubs May be arrang-ed by phoning 4838 glfht seeing trips as low MS tax After 5.30 p.m. 2410 the oresicent said, must strong." In nroclaimmg the omted States intention to asser; its neace and security bresicent reminded: "Hemcmber that the Pirst TSTar in Serbia, the neace of Versailles was iirst broken in Ma-chuna and tha; the Secona "War began 13. control and reform, o. os- paa "is onlv a bea-T-ing" of Am- erican policy in the Orsni. DEAYWAGE laoorer bay" aesignstad a dock at a former Japanese aiarirme school on the Tokyo waterfrons. j PLiTEvHOI INGOT The first Ingot which was brouaht: officers as An American, ineots. Tedman Not Yet Back In Canada KALIFAS, Apnl Tecraan, former lieutenant-colonel grain bins in aianv areas. Director Fiorellio LaGuardia of the United Nations Selief and HehabUItanon Adtmrustranon says .j. __ people face siarvation in Europe j "'ority 1 alone, and even if you could halve j that fiCTie it soil would jusafv the i He objected to a section of the editorial ,.of i biU which provides that BriBSh 1 Daily Herald that "as a menace to Low Charges Communists Plan Disruption i REGDfA. AprJ 6 cauonai leader of the Social Crecat parti, said last night the purpose of the "Connaumsi infiitraticn into everv branch of our national fcie? was "one of disruption. If the pniate enterprise svstem became dismpted it could not com- pete iuth he tola the .ieoond sanusl of the 1 Social Credit Associauoa of Canada, i The release of atomic energy to- _______________ gether nith the oftictal isaplica- i iions of this scientif c advance had husger uxiay is as giooca potent as -was Hitler Canada but everywhere. Osie Is some pans of Europe people would believe ihe Allies had lost j are existir-g or> the resistance thej the war instead of beung victorious. piled tap in easier hiber- Canada, he saic. must be natmg woodchucks Hnng oa their from the iragedj of exteacliug in- "fat" daily that resistance is tellecjiial frontiers and contracting decreasing ana zoovjiig more rapiclj spirimal bojindanes. Kow was the Eowarcis the aojat of ceazh star- J time to make a conscious effort, ane vaiion. j 'raise oar sights and see more i Actually, there bees isinunj- j stars." erable ceaths already cisie directly j or indirectly to maluuinucn. And ifr. LaOuarcia us "Unless 5 we can shia large supplies of wheat i _ ir deliierv this aiobth ux ESirooe, 9 I jtlowe s Appeal 'OTTAWA. Apnl C" struction Muusier Hoae pointed to "an acute shortage of scrap steel and iron" asid appealed to Canaeiars for co-operation in colleciirg scrap metals. He said A j the materials uere needed in Can- WASHTXGTON-, April ada's reconi ersior. ana -A bOl boosting the mini- the aaponance of hasten- mum wage ftSm W65 manufacture of farm.macmn- cents an hour and carbine erv. coal mining machinery, iurn- a higher-farm-pnce amerid- aces, stoves and steel equipment for ment, was passed by tne Eew homes. senaTe and seat to ihe house of representatives The amendment was left in the measure despite a warning from President Tru- man thai he would veto the legislation unless it were removed. Administration men contend X is mfiaiion- arv. O> A- TOHOttOW AUICIt UUUTIVt subjects becom-ng Caaaaians would have to aopear in rsaturaiizaiion court wiSi" other immigrants. This was rabmg the rights of jzessh-p sa. the British Common- wealth. "If the government caves m on i_as ameniuss ri of the Cana- its policy the net resuli control committee SICKNESS-ACCIDENT HOSntAilZATIBN INSURANCES oner CCoatffitiea tram ?r _ I am surprised at The prime min- ister's atnrjds toward tae meinor- anaum of the C Ci. which truly re- Sects the conditions of the worfeSng masses of this couacry. I am. noi angered by Sir King's melodrania- tic outbiss: at me. or with his pointing a finger exclaiming, "Mr. Mosher. if this is what you think of me m new of my Lie's record in matters of kind, "i have nothing more to say to you. This is where we pan company." But what is rather revealing 5s that the prime minister was -using just ES" strong- words with a mush more bsHigersnt tone "toward rep- rssentauves of organized labor in I Canada. It is most, astoondtng thai j EO seasoned a parliamentarian and I a leader of our federal government bebaied in such a, manner at e. time when he tried TO lectoire us CANAOA'S RMKODAHCE ftAND CFCN 6 to CALGARY abau; in four feet of mua I zarv In a cusoatcn reporting arrival said. on our behavior. I am neither angered, saddened or jerruraea by his remarks or tne lone save __ to decide wao is in the ngnt. TRANSFER P.O.TV.'S OTTAWA, Apnl 6 two former officers brought to Can- ada -under close arrest following conviction for irregularities m The Netherlands Tedman was not aboard the_ship a Tin is not m custody. The offence ing to be transferred from tha' area April 30. He was repines: to a j question, from W. F. Kuhl (SC.J _____ EXTENB BEXEETTS OTTAWA, Aoril vet- erans committee of the commons rotea 14-S to recommend to the government that ail oenefits avail- able to servicemen be extended to overseas auxiliarv supervisors ana firefighters. These would include discnarge ngnts ana income tax exemaHon. On a separate rote it was agreed to consiaer alone a bill to cover these two categories and leave others, such as mercnact seamen, later. SUBJECT TO TAX OTTAWA, Apnl letter read to the veterans committee o: ihe commons said rwo auxili supervisors taken prisoner at Hong Kong had been subjected to income tax on money eamea while caDtured. Supervisors are suoject to income tax less 20 per cent exemption. They receive5 pay equivalent to that of an army captain. The committee iotea to recom- mend extension of all forces' oene- fiss to supervisors. I therefore oe could not in any case i be subject to military detention. Canadian Press regrets this through a information ____________r_____ aboard the Ice De Prance when the smp dock- ea. Roosevelt's Tax Status In Doubt be that'tne Jananese problem in Caa- ada win be'bacfc just where it was in 1941, namely in British. Colum-. bia's lap: and m 40 or 50 years j tnere will he or nese on tne coast again m contact with Jananese merchant ships, go- tns back and forth to Japan, again under domination, of tae Japanese consul, sail worshipping the Japa- nese emperor and still a E. D. Pulton (P.C., Kamloops) agreed with ilr. Green shas the measure should aos prevent the carrying out, of tae government's policv regarding Japanese, who had shown they were not loyal Cana- subjecis and should be seat away. The people of Smash Co- lumbia dia not like them and did not want them. Anthony Synka (S O, Vegreville) bespoke of approval of the Social Crecut party "for the bill and said it had been long over-due. Ha cfittcism was tnst the bffl differentiated beEween. natural-born naturalized Canadians. READY NEW PROBLEM (Continued irom Front Page 1 ouestioti for the next session of the council of foreign ministers. MORE SPEED ASKED YORK. Apnl Kew Tork Times said tooay it has been learned that Trygve lie of Norvrav, United Kations secretary- j general, has called for more speed in dealing witfl international con- trol of atomic energy to harness it for peaceful ends. The newspaper reported that XI Ije has called on the 12 members of the atomic energy comnnssiaii, one of vhich is Canada, to com- plete immediately the appointment of representatives so that a meet- ing may be called in Kew Yori to begin work. fit was announced in this week that Gen A. G McNaugh- ton. former defence minister, has j been appointed Canada's represen- iJST. ICY, April New York state tax department; rul- ea rriasy executors for tne late President Hoosevelt's estate shoula file a 1945 state nersonai in- come tax return because "there is considerable as to SB imli- Esecutors of Mr. Soosevelt's estate asksd the tax department Fsb. 5 whether tne late president was exempt from the tax en the grounds tnat he was a memoer of aiiSiarv! the armed forces at the time of his deatn Aanl 12, 1S45 The request had noted that Ur. Eoosevelt was commander-m-cmei of the United States forces and had asked whetaer this made him a sol- dier within the of the tax law. A year's tax exemption is granted to servicemen who died on active duty. Anyone Want An Educated Ape? WH1TJ5 PLAINS, N.Y.. Aprfi S Edward J. Canter day calmed tne fears of a woman who tuc following letter "We recently received an inquiry from a party vim a name similar to yours, but without an address. reGussnng wg send Tnfn? one of our apes for 30-day free maL "You ask if our apes can be used in aouscTrorE. table-waiting, etc cefirutely, yes tney make ideal servants. "Unless we hear ironi you to the we will send your ape ita an instructor in the LT future. The instructor will Lve with you for a. wees to orientate your ape to nis new environment." The sheriff explained that he and the Bureau of Investigation had investigated and found that the letter, and 200 others m a sum- was a Apnl Results of soccer games played in the United Kingdom tooay were: Insh. Regional League Clifujrmile 4. Derry City 1 Distillery 1; Belfast. Celtic 3. Lmfield 5, Glentoran 0 Scottish penman Cnp AEoa I; Stirling Albion 0 Eaith Rovers 0, Stenhouseinuir 1. Scottish Dinsioii "A' KdraamoclE 3: Falkirfe 2 Scottish Cup (First Konnd) Aberdeen. 2: ATT United 0. Clvde 0: Airdneocians 1. Heart of rvQdiothian 3; E Rfe 0 Glasgow Bangers 3; Dundee 1. International Tnal Match Football Association 3; Army Phy- sical Training Corps 5. Three Sonth Until You Can Buy a New Chevrolet i good care of TOUT I present car! Eemeinber care j today means a higher resale price tomorrow! SEE US FOR REGULAR SERVICE We are staffed and equipped to handle all maintenance and repair on all makes of vehicles. Drive in today! Beny Chevrolet- Chevrolet, OldsmobHe Cars; Chevrolet and Maule Tracks SALES AND SERVICE Phone 4O55 toe Service Announcement We have much pleasure in announcing appointment of H. W. MEECH AGENCIES {H. W. "HOD" MEECH, B. Com.) ACADIA BLOCK, THIM> AVENUE S. PHONE SOU Exclusive agents for LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT Great American Insurance Co. Inc. 1872 Canadian Head Office, Montreal Writing all classes of insurance excepting life >v BROAD COVERAGE "3 PROMPT SETTLEMENTS diplo- matic Quarters that representatives of this grouts 'the member countries on the commissionl have not pro- I ceeded "with the utmost dispatch' as i t r> the general ssscmWy cireeted tnem r Of _, r CU.Se A HE borrowing of funds to finance the building or buying of a home is a matter that requires expert advice. Yon can interview The Mutual Life Loan RepresenUtiTe confident that you -will re- ceive prompt service, and complete information regarding THE NATIONAL HOUSING ACT to do, in dealing witn their proo- lem. whiri in its final analysis has j 1 been defined by manr answer- i i IDE: whether there snail be one: world or the newspaper sasc Commission acsioer> in aaciioT; to Canaaa are the United Stat-es. Hussia, Britain, Francs, China. traha. Poiana. The Mexico. Egypt and BrazO. or o MUTUAL MONTHLY MORTGAGE Wm tuyyttf fhof yov soHuntnacott with THE FORSTER AGENCY Sherlock Ltthbndge, Alberta THE Phone 2793 MUTUAL HFE m Of CANADA Waterloo, Ontario Established 1869 i from Front Pase.) j effect "05 ail tne major trading na- tions wbuia be tne more effective i method of removing trade aons which aim at special advan- tage therefore to state our support for all effo'ts to tais rpu'tilatera! recuct.on in barriers but submit that ex en :f such acreement is net pos- sible. Carsada should take immedi- ate steps to secure such by the greatest possible number ot nations "Paihng any international agree- ment whatever. Canada should in her own interest as well as in the genera! interest or humdt.itj lass unilateral action. Canada's clim- ate ana resources are of such a nature that she clearh cannot de- pend, on. the domesuc market to OTT4TTA. Aprfl An order-in-cotnicil ripping the red nettmc from peaches published in the Canada Gaz- ette !ast Richt. The red netting, long: a sub- ject of complamt becanse of its ability to conceal defects of poor qnahtr fruit, soes under ihe nan effective Sept. 1. after which "no person shall aisy reddish or orange-colored cov- ering for hcaptd baskets of peaches." flSTo'-th and South Region Cup) Bngnton and Hove Albion 2 South End United 2. League Three North (Second Rourd Cup Compedaon) Carlisle United 1. Gateshead 2. Chester 4; York City 0 Doncaster Sobers 0, Sotherhani 0. Eartlepoois United 1: Southport 2. League Three Xorth (Second Championship) Bradford City 2, Barrow 3. Crewe Alexandra 2; "Vvresnain 1 Halifax Town 1, Oldham Ath- letic 0 Rochdaje 2; Lincoln 3. Accnngton 2; Darlington 2 Iramnere 3, Stocfepon County 0 League North Barnsley 2, Burnley 0 Boiton W. 2. HuctdersSeld T 1, Everton 4, Cnesterfield 0 Gnmsfay Town 4 Blackpool 2 Leeds U. 0 Newcastle U. 3 Manchester U. 1. Manchester C. 4. iliddlesnrougn 3 3urv 0 Preston N.E. 0, Saeffeld W. 1 Sheffield U. 2, Biackojrn R. I. Stoke City 0. Liverpool 1. Sunderland 1. Bradford 0. league South Arsenal 1 Southampton 1 Aston Villa 4 PXTDV County 1. Charlton A 2 iUIwall 3. Corentry City 2. Swansea T. 2. FuJham 3, Chelsea 2. laitoa T. 2. Leicester City 3. ;Sewpori. County 0, 'West j wich Alb- on 3 i Forest 1, Birmingham Cltv 0 i Plymouth Argjle 1. Brentford 1 J Portsmouth 0, Tottennam Hots. 1. "Wolverhamptori WEucerers 3, West Ham 3 j Scottish Fife Cop j Doslennline 0, Cowaenoeath 5. i Other Match Scottish IF COULD MAKE IT SOI Wishing Is your future security calls for action' NOW is the time to take the practical road to success and happiness. 1 C.S. Specialized Training has helped more than Canadians are holding kev positions at high pay. You can do the same. It costs you nothing to get full information. Just mark and rnall the coupon. .TEAK INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS CANADIAN, LIMITED BaJkracf ftntt DX. ORGANIZATION Sz Johnstone 2 Queens Pars 0 ______ Three South SETLWAUKES, Wis, Apn! (North Region Cup) Santn. of Minneapolis i llansfiela Town 2, POT Vale Mirr., WPS elected president of CJCKS Unlimited to succeed A C. Glasse'.i of Snrcvepon, La as the group sponsors breed- ing gro-ircs in Canaca eraec the first session, of its two-ca> conven- tion here. REFUSE U.S. REQUEST BELGRADE, April Yugoslavia has refused a Unit- ed States request to allow Am- erican officers to testify at the forthcoming trial of Gen. Draja Mihailovic, recently captured Chctnik chieftain who among the first resistance lead- er? IB Europe. T 0. Claoton O 2.