Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE SOCREDSURGEFEDERAL GRANT OF MONTHLY, PENSIONS AT 60 -REGUTA. April grant ol oer month t tilt Canadian and for zen under 19 years of _ monthly pensions of E; age 60 j should for everyone was urged today in a the federal government and that resolution adopted bv the second! the vast resources of the nation national convention of the Social J should be placed at the oisposal o. j Credit Association of Canada. sll Canadians. The resoluiion also said the Later today the convention will leader and v.ce- S IS ONT. HOUSE PKOKOGUES TORONTO, April The second session, of On- tario's 22nd legislature pro- rogued Friday after Lieu- tenant-Goveroor Albert Mat- thews gave royal assent to .....Us. including the new License Act 1946. to Prime-Minister Mackenzie Parents Offer Two Daughters For Adoption; Can't Afford Keep Them T BEARS FOR FOOD Get Offer of Support for Two Years j f a month pension should be pasd J elees a national !e eve-r blind person or invalid 19 i president for 1946, positions now years of age or over and declared: j held by Solon Low. Social Credit dividends and pensions; leader in the house of commons, j should be enacted withcut 5 and J. EL Gregoire of Quebec Ciiy. j ing the taxes cr prices and. a professor of economics at Laval without restrictions of freedom." i University. It was expected Mr Copies of the resolution, -will be would be re-eiected. Barrs' Jury Pays Visit to Ailing Boy to Hear Story Deny Writer For Maclean's Magazine Paid Liberal Agent QUEBBC. April Premier Maurice Duplessis charged and Liberal Opposition Leader Adelard Godboui denied in the Quebec legislature that, Blair Fraser of Aim Spread Social Credit Philosophy EEGIXA, April to I spread the philosophy of Social i Credit throughout the length and I breadth of the nation and build ap a "Social Credit Canada- wasi advocated Friday by J. E. Gregoire.: O-BJE-, of Quebec, professor of eco-: nemics at Laval University andi deputy leader of the Social Credit J Association of Canada. The former Quebec City mayor DENVER. April decision of a small-salaried de- partment store clerk and his wife to relinquish two of their 14-mesuh-old tr-piet daughters was countered the oSer of a aeil-to-do Denver man to sup- port the chiloJnm for two years the parents will keep them. Juvenile Judge Philip Gllllani was asked by Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur cu Mars to Snd a home for two of the tnplets. The father said his income was to support the three children adequately, adding "the older they ge: the !css I "ill be to gi-.s theaa." Judge Gillian; said the sup- port offer ivas made by a per- sona! fnend of his who wished to remain anonymoiis. Judge Giiliani said tele- had beea -risiging all moruing- offers of many kinds of aid to the 35ars. The fatxaly has aot yet accepted any of the offers which have been submitted. The father said he and his family were living in a federal housing project limited to those small laeomss. He added his employers "have been swelL They gave us cribs and made s washing machine available Jo us. But my .salary leaies only a month to pay for doctor biUs and any other emergency that comes "If I make any he de- clared. "I won't be permitted to lire in the It's tough, It's really toueh. I don't what we can do." ALBANY, K.Y, April bill permitting: sale of "home grown" bears for food was signed today by Gover- nor Thomas Dewey. The measure provides that bears "possessed under as by z be sold for food under a conservation department permit. A de- partment spokesman pointed cut ;hat the new law applies to "hoaie grown or cos-esncated bears that the owner may want to ge; rid not to wild bears killed bv hunters, because no laca: rcay be sold." I Speed-up In Fmal Peace Treaties With Axis Satellites Is Sought WASHINGTON, April TI The United States pressed today for f i a spepd-up ia final peace jj i zaents with five of Germany's van- quished satellites. i State- Secretary Byrnes took the spokesman said thai foreign iary Bavin has agreed to the pro- posed meeting and has sens, a, reply to Mr. Byrnes endorsing it.) To foreign ministers asoiotor of Russia, Bevia of Britain aud y I Fushun Stripped Of Vital MacMnery initiative in seeking an early end Bldaalr of Prance, Mi. i to the uBcertaintv which surrounds f "I have been tnucis distressed at tas A 1 the fu'ures of Italr. Finland. i progress made fay toe deputies i garv and named six moatlzs ago to carry on (which mar be contribistis? to the preliminary treaty European unrest. work in London. He appealed to the foreign of Britain. Prance and Russia to join him in Pans April 25 for a spicial co'jneil meeting dedi- cated to resolving tie major dif- ferences which stiU eaisi between surprise Appeal The April 25 daze proposed 3te fcJs surprise appeal is five days prior so the scheduled Paris conference which is to crins together 21 western. A-lisd powers to pass os j FCSHUX. Manchuria. Apra have turned this coal; i mining into another Mukden j fee powers or. the terms io be im- peace pacts lor tie ir.tle acs cocn- posed on these axis j tries. (In Loader a O9en accepted generally 1 _______---------------------------------- tea; suci> a Eaeetuig could or would i J France, Russia and the United 1 FIGHT AMENDMENT TO states first reach agreement among i INDEPENDENCE ACT, tremsesves on tfc? treary terms TO MANILA. Bienvenue Belle- CALGARY. April year-old James Roy Swiekis of Bow- ness gave evidence from his bed 1 where h when Just: sis-man the cou: Lawreace Ross -Bsrrs, 21, chargea; b with thi D-v Thomas, to view ___ "Thomas home. Permission to visit the 10-year- old lad was given after Dr. H. B. Frances examined ths boy and de- dared he would be able to stand, Duplessss repHed fee excitement After viewing the was no journalist, but a spy Tfeomas and Barrs property the 1 a poijt'cal party" COUTE filed into the Swiekis home t Goabout said the Liberal where James, propped up on pil- partY was no interested in be submitted to the May 1 cosier- April t ecce. by and tavern keepers in Montreal i jn the Ssht paid up to to the party funds Of humanity. of the Union Nationals for per- 1 Credit bill: help] "against the cruciSers j lows, was officially sworn in as witness. Ee told the court, when ques- Mr. Fraser." tioned by Mr. Blanchard. that he ___" had Srst, noticed the fire in the I OKVO Thomas home, which lies to west of the Swiclds residence, while W ITH a eating his breakfass the morning eating of Feb. 14, 1945. The boy said he then wens over: to the Barrs dairy farm and told] Lawrence, whom he found milking i his cows, his story. Tne boy saidj Barrs ar first- did nos appear to believe him but finally went out gnd saw the smoke. According to the bov, Barrs did not, go over 10 the Sre. Mrs. Angeline Swickis. mother of the lad. was not allowed in the room as the time of questioning as she may be called as witness later ia the triaL TOKYO, April (rf5) police board explained today why Tokyo bootleg liquor has such a kick. Analysis of ap- proximately 4.000 bottles, vol- untarilv submitted by purchas- ers, disclosed that 306 con- tained deadly methyl alcohol and 222 contained gasoline. G.B. Auto Industry Declared Racket We of Quebec are, I think, more! i particularly interested in any action i that "Sir. that may" hasten the advent of j Social Credit. I would say that] Quebec has even more to gain from Social Credit than Alberta herself because if Alberta is a rich prov- ince to be rescued from the grip of Soance despoilers, the province of Quebec is an even richer prov- ince tighily held in the grip of the same gangsters. The convention took resolution action in line with Mr. Gregoire's suggestions. After heated debate it passed bv a 14-4 vote a resolution that the "main eSorts of the move- ment be directed henceforth "to the establishment of action groups in as many polling divisions as possible." BILI, OF RIGHTS Endorsed unanimously was a res- olution pledging support to the Al- _ berta government; and that prov- j ince's new "bill of rights." Premier E. C. Manning said it j was a bill not only for Albertans I.-ONDOX, April 6. C: C. X. April lovers peered at a day-old kiss today. It. looked awful. The Kiss was part of science display at American University. "Some girl kissed a slab of agar agar, a gelatine-like sub- stance, which provides a cheap thrii! at best. Then the agar agar was put in an incubator where the germs in the kiss multiplied for 24 "hours, which is no thrill at all. Margaret. Long, a lahoratx-y assistant, explained it after gaz- ing placidly at the horrible mess: "Of course, bacillus subtilis are simply everywhere. And streptococci and staphylocccci are the oilier common ones. Mrs. Pat Lanzilloiti, lab hastened to say American University isn't try- ing to discourage kissing. "We just show them the facts." she told a reporter, "and let them draw their own con- clusions." Eer own inea is that these conclusions and all those germs aren't likely to have any harm- ful effect, on the kiss production business. The show also demonstrates that if you're gsttir.gr bald, your dear eld mother. Mrs. LanziUotti said that the tencencv toward baldness is handed through the women, even though it's the men who lose thsir hair. "Funny, isn't .she asked. Kot to a bald man, dearie. pit tone daily to Greatest Enemy Of Pickpockets Dies In England Shawcross, "Labor, told the com- i i land and described as the greatest! of king's bench. Oscar Gagnqn. i and her nude body dumped near a i mons Britain's automobile industry rn the 1 enemy any pickpocket ever had, is K.C., senior crown prosecutor, said, j highway not far from here._ WHT W.A.C. WOXT SELt DIRECT TO VETERANS OTTAWA.. April on a taiae scale-, and said the car makers "were evidently intending to go back to 1939 as soon as possible instead of looking for- ward to 1950." He blamed what he termed "un- bridled private enterprise" for Bri- tain's automotive position and said "no other industry is so ndden with monopolies, rings and carrels." As a remedy ilr. Shawcross urg- ed die government to force auto- mobile makers to co-operate with workers, distributors and the gov- ernment in producing more and cheaper cars. In the United States, he said, the pre-war "motor industry produced 15 times tae amount; of motor cars" than Britain did with "only double the number of snan hours." Also. but for all neoples regardless of race North- er sectionalism. This time, he said, umberland. England. April Alberta would take the initiative in j James Tough. 76-year-old former having it tested in the courts in- deputy police chief of Northambe: Rose Arraignment Is Set For April 15 two of then; open dropped 'rcm sons a car. Some evidence of ihe Russian I stripping v.as observed by five Unit- ed States correspondents, the first to visit? this large mining com- muratv in many -.-ears. The Russians added a new twist! in denuding Pushun. After evacu- atin; the city at a time Chinese Communists could come in. the So- 1 viets left a group of Russians in the citv to continue operating mines.; creating a ticklish situation for govemnient forces. AS the Fushun power plant. workmen showed correspondents where five of 12 mammoth boilers had been removed. Aiso taken were eight generators, inducing two of 50.000 kilowatts. Workmen said Russians smashed huge holes in the plant's walls to remove the ma- chinery. Seek Dress Of Murder Victim post- T peace ties and to obtain additional ones conference. France has suggessed in the islands. too. thai a. delay migh; be necessary. MCXXTREAL. April Rose. Labor Progressive member of parliament who last month committed for trial by jury WAYNSSBORO. Fa.. April -Still without a definite suspect, was i police expanded a search today for T on! 3. missing red cress which they be- Corporation, said at; a commons expenditures committee Friday that the possibility of selling direc; to veterans had been discussed bus the idea had been given up because it definitely decided thas the cor- poration should not enter the retail trade. INDIA MISSION to make the Srsv attack. Another resolution urged mobiii- i oead. Arraignment cate was disclosed zation of the Deoole for "abolition'. He was one Oi tne Sreat- i bv Mr. Gagnon following announce- K3W DELHI, April members of the British cabi- net mission 10 India today saw Congress premiers of three pro- vinces and prospective Congress premiers of two others in a joinz meeting. The third mem- ber of the mission. A. T. Alexander, Srst- lord of the admiraitv, is indis- posed. mm j' leiial of tae cracy." growing federal bureau- British Watch Hun Monarchists he said. American nianu "paid doable the wages and were _ selling cars at something like half the cost" prevailing among British manufacrarers. rrBevin has agreed to the prop- Germany. April British Intelligence Service and the military govern- ment are keeping under observation an extreme right wing party in the British, zone in Germany called "Deutsche Aafbau Partei" (German reconstruction which aims at restoring the monarchy in Ger- many, a political intelligence report disclosed today. party, which is outspokenly es; experts on "buzz their methods because boys" when and he caught them he made them teach him their system. Ee once waited 15 years to catch an internation- ally-known pickpocket, but let him go" when he demonstrated his art before all available policemen Tough could round up. As Tough escorted the pickpocket to a train for deportation, he was handed his fountain pen, pocfc watch. waUet and bunch of ke; T-tftn the pickpocket had the demonstration. taken during cribed in the report, as the most vig- orous and outspoken of the right- TKANSJOKDAN INDEPENDENCE parties which have emerged SAID VIOLATION OF TREATY j in tile" British zone since the col- of national socialism. m- April 6. Senator Francis ifyers (Dem., Pa.) asserted that Great Britain violat- ed a treaty with the United States by granting independence to Txans- jordan, formerly a. part of the Palestine mandate. Senator Myers revived senate controversy over a mutual assistance treaty signed by Britain with Transjordan in an ad- dress in the senate delivery. The British action, he charged, violates ?Iie United Nations Charter. SEEK DROWNTXG VICTIM DK. BATTEN DEAD PLUS CANADIAN NEWS DISNEY CARTOON TORONTO. April W. Howard Batten. 52, president of j Rapid Grip and Batten. Ltd.. photo engravers, died on a train at French j River, Ofat., today whUs returning i from Winnipeg to" Toronto with his wife. In good health when he left here a week ago. he was stncken I with sudden heart attack. He i served at the end of the First Great j War as a doctor on the staff of a j military hospital in England and froo. 1920 to 1923 was manager of the Rapid Grip plant at Winnipeg. Survivors include his widow, the former Margaret Banfield of Win- nipeg. BCTTER STOCKS OTTAWA. April were pounds of butter in storage and in transit in Canada on March 1. a return tabled in the j common disclosed. Of that total pounds were creamery but- ter, 17.304 were dairy butter and were whey butter, all in stor- age. Amount creamery butter stor- ed in Manitoba was 841.357: Sas- katchewan 669.61: Alberta 571.230, and British Columbia 642.375. EDMONTON, April 6. Search by a squad of city police along the Saskatchewan river has failed to locate the body of a person believed to have drowned near the low level bridge Wednesday night. Police still are working on the theory the victim may be a 25-year- old Edmonton woman, who has been missing from her home since about 8 p-m. Wednesday. Battleship Missouri Enters The Bosphorus ISTArfBUL. April United States battleship Missouri, bearing the body of Mahmet Erie- 1 gun. former Turkish ambassador in j Washington who died there during the war. arrived here today, first Quebec by Premier Du- plessis. also attorney-general of Quebec province, that he has auth- orized a preferred indictment against the member for Montreal- Cartier as request of the federal deoartraent of justice. The pre- ferred indictment takes from Rose The girl last was seen leaving a restaurant, near her Hagerstown. i Md.. home, in the company of s j man about nine hours before her i body was found by a fanner Thurs- day" DOlice disclosed. j An autopsy showed death was caused bv" stransrJlation and a i broken neck, adding that the girl probably was garroted with a finej the privilege o'- electing for trial bv wire or rope. The girl had been a judge atone instead of jury trial, j xnlsstaB since Suncay. police said, riose sow is at liberty on Attention! Pipe Smokers We sorest yon drop in as soon as yon can and look orer oar rery fair stock of jood (inality briar pipes. Oxford Lord Calvert Briar Hill Burnot Kirsten (med.) SKirtten (large) ...512.00 SPECIAL BURNOT PIPES These popular pipes ire Were manufactured prior to 1939 We consider them to be exceptional -rabies at their price We also carry an assortment of lighters, ash trays> eases, tobacco English-made billfolds, tobacco pouches, PARAGON NEWS 305 Fifth Street S. "Our stock of news is complete at aH times" Phone -CHI NOW OPERATED BY STAN BOYER bail set after he was committed for triaL Chinese Reds Entering Harbin PEIPBSG, April Pro- government Chinese press dis- patches from Harbin today reported that Chinese Communist troops en- tered the edge of that greatest city of North Manchuria Thursday. There was no official confirma- Amencan warship in 16 years enter the narrow Bosphorus. ACCUSED OF DEATHS TOKYO. April Takeshi Kono was accused today of responsibility in the deaths of ap- proximately" 2.000 civilians in the Philippines in specifications filed by the Allied command legal sec- tion. i A'dispatch from the Chinese cen- (offtciai Kuomintang correspondent said the at- mosphere in Harbin -ras tense and that stores were closed and business halted when word spread of the communist troops' arrival. Police were reported to have been driven away. A news agency estimated omy 30CQ Russian soldiers remained in the Manchurian. Capital, Chang- chun. Last Time Ray Milland Regular Roller Skating to p.m. Daily Wednesday and Saturday Matinee to Children Saturday Morning 10 a.m. to 12 SPECIAL RATES FOR CLUB BY APPOINTMENTS New sidewalk roller skates and repairs now available THE BARN SIXTH STREET S. OPP. EATON'S COLUMBIA PICTURES presents DUME CfflRLES COBIM 0 OVER 21 MONDAY TILL WED. SHORTS Color Cartoon Canada Carries On Latest World News 1 MONDAY TILL WED. 2 BIG HITS! 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