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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WeaiXer t AlfetfU T, CLOUDT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, APRIL 12 PAGES JENS NEW U.N. BOYCOTT i eld the city, 5 are mstrate, }t. Quit Tokyo Mob Storms Court- yard of Premier Shidehara By RUSSELL BRINES April 8 With Japan's election two days away, a 14-man committee of the "Democratic People's Front" appeared today be- fore Premier Shidehara with a demand that his cabinet resign immediately. The committee, claiming to represent 70.000 persons. called on Shidehara as a follow-up to yesterday's ex- plosive leftwing demonstra- tion in which at least 10.000 Communist-led demonstrat- ors swarmed into the pre- mier's courtyard, broke win- dows and injured eight Ja- panese policemen. The crowd, which was herded quietly away from the resi- dence by United States mili- tary police, did not accom- pany the committee today. THREE RESOLUTIONS Three resolutions were prssented to Shidehara fay the group. One from farmers condemned the amount of rice provided under the coaipuiisOi v An- other from labor unions opoosed the announced government plans for drafting legislation to prohibit labor unions from assigning control of industries during strikes: the third was an eight-point demand for the cabinet resignation because of "its inability to solve the country's problems." Emoeror Hirohito. meanwhile. called on the 36.0CO.OOO voters or Japan to "take part m the election enthusiasm, and conviction oy Bombay... City of Stench BOMBAY. April first city of western India, today is a city of stench and filth unparalleled in the memory of its Inhabit- ants with 11.000 sweepers pro- longing their strike into its fourth day. Sewage compressor stations, which pump the city's drainage into the sea. have been abandon- ed, nith foul-smellinc sewage water overflowing into the streets. Expert medical opinion is that the city's health is gravely men- aced, particularly in view of the prevalence of smallpox in the city. The city has been without meat for four dajs, as drivers of municipal vans are among the strikers. Unidentified Man Killed, City Yards emand Drop Iranian Question Decapitated by Railway' of Identi- ficati I ;king Low Again S.C. Chief ion Lac AS unidentified man. about 60' years of age. was instantly killed in the Canadian Pacific Rail- way vards here Saturday afternoon when at least one railway car ran over Isis neck, completely severing the head from ihe body. The decapitation occurred about p-m, between Third and Fourth streets. The man had been seen around ihe rail- way yards all morning. City police and Coroner Dr. J. S. IVray are continuing their inveitigation. It has not been announced when an inquest will be held. The body of the man is now. at Martin Brothers' un- Moscow Tells Council to Accept Soviet View That Issue Has Been Settled in Bi-Lateral Agreement Between Two Nations. Bv CHARLES A. GROUCH NEW YORK, April (A.P.) posed a new threat of boycott before the United Nations Security Council today unless the council abandons its scrutiny of the Iranian case and accepts the Soviet view that Ihe issue has been seuled in bi-lateral agreement between Iran and the Soviet Union. Moscow last night broadcast both a ffnr.Iy phrased demand that the council remove the Iranian case from its docket and a telegram from Iranian Premier Ahmed Qavam to Prime Minister Stalin expressing satisfaction with the new agreement between them- IRAN CASE "MUST BE DROPPED" Moscow said Soviet Ambassador Andrei A. Gromyko had advised Trygve Lie. U.X. secretary-general in York, that the Iranian case "must be dropped" at once rather than remain on the agenda for reconsideration. 3Iay 6. by which time all Red army troops are supposed dertakinff parlors. 1 Monday morning police explained I that means of identificatioa were TO O6 out _oi sail lacking-. i DESCRIPTION Ends I. i ana i T-- i man might possibly be a central i and is contrary- to the charter or ihe united Id ed a5r- secanty iviously at the REGIN4. April Solon Low. former Alberta pro- viiic'al treasurer and now Social Credit leader in the house of commons. Saturday was re- flected president of the Social Credit Association of Canada anc! in 3- brief message to the association's closing convention session said he would strive to build 11 D the movement across the nation. As president Mr. Low also servr as national leader of the parly. J. E. Gregoire of Quebec City. European, about five reet. in height and weeing 160 The body appeared of a well nour developed muscles. biack hair had turned grey, was combed with a side part and there 5d fS? also turned grey. On the nghc temple, halfway be- s no reason to leave the Iranian question before CQUncil for anv further discussion. ir new de- CQUncil for anv urter scusson. ppeared to be that j SPANISH QUESTION TO COME UP ished man with well Grorr-vko's letter to Lie promised to Tsrir scles. Most of his i _ r- AT that Fraa Marie-Trelcla Weichelt. whom !t described as Adolf Hitler's private secretary, has been -wrested in Wnerzberg; j Frau Weichlet frequently helped the Fuehrer draft ais speeches, the agency said. j Dana said that Frau "Weichelt was believed by the counter-intelligence corps to have been close to Hitler "until the although she said she had been the Nazi leader's secretary only between 1934 and 1933. She was arrested last Wednesday in Uettingen. near Wuerzburz, and i was turned over to the counter-in- telllgence corps. Dana said She was said to have disguised her ap- pearance and was living with her parents in seclusion. American and-British, delegation sources contended that iinless any new evidence tended so show Franco i was endangering world peace, they j would not vote to interfere in Spain's domestic problems. EXPECTS WITHDRAWAL MOSCOW. April made it abundantly clear foday that she expects the Iranian ques- tion to be withdrawn from the United Nations Security Council. Informed foreign sources in Mcs- as "most unfriendly." "fca't it asked in a front page editorial, -that in relations between the Sorfet Union and Iran, on the occasion of which negotiations tooS place- between both there was not and could not hare been anythinc which could have threatened international peace and DEMAND DROP fContmued on Page Two.) No Decision Yet By Iranian Govt. Big Swindles In Nazidom Bv JOSEPH C. GOODWIS. TEHRAN. April The Iranian government appar- ently had not reached J. de- cision this morning as to its policy toward Soviet demands that the Iranian case be with- drawn from the Cnited Nations Security Council. [radio, which is govemnierit-oper- ,'ated. repeated a statement anade to by Qavam Sunday tnas the case -a-oufd remain on the council's docSet until May 6. the date the nave set lor completion tbesr trcop evacuation- A Reuters news agency cUspatcli from Tehran said Qavam had Prince Firouz, minister of propa- ordered troops to proceed immedi- ked if Premier Ah- ately ta the Cafpsan seaceast pro- ganda. when asked ____ __ i med Qavam supoorted the Soviet Tvince of Maaanderari following re- i demand, said: "Action on ifr. ports of an. attempted coup d'etat.) j Gromyko's request is entirely a j- stated here that thn agree- security coincU matter." ment reached Apnl 4 between Russia j A cabinet member said privately. I and Iran calls for a joint Rossaan- however, he believed "in view of Iranian oil company in which Bas- the friendly relations existing be- sia would, be the majority stocic- tween Persia and Russia." that J holder for the firs; years of the Qavam would agree to dropping Uie 50-year term. Tie agreement; is ;a P> King jneln- h the Can- iU.S. rment MMJOO. ent m- .1 the Cana- iA with whicn i ,ent interprovincial board of com- gone to school before the slayings. mission on which the three prairie j provinces and the Dominion _ __- W. S, Gray preme court of Canada or some other qualified person, to conduct investigations make studies of the most feasible ana economic means for the conservation ana utilization of the eastern watershed In Edmonton, Once Lived Here of the Rocky Mountains particular- 1> the uater5hed of the By SEAGHAN HEADQUARTERS. British Army of the Rhine. April investigation officers in the British zone of Germany have discovered evi- dence of two colossal financial swindles carried out by Ger- many in occupied Europe dunns the war. In inquirv into the affairs or the firm of" Otto Wolff, one of the hisgeste steel-makins con- cerns in Germanv. disclosed transactions which disrupted the financial structures of many European countries. Pre-war Germany paid for gooes iabroad in blocked marks -ahjcn. after the fail of France, -acre bough: back from the French by Wolff al wife of a cheap once. French firms, unable case from the agenda. RUMOR COUP D'ETAT I On the other hand the Tehran NO DECISION (Continued on Page TWO.) 1 The carrying out of irrigation ,2l and projects were ei importanse to the I to the western provinces and tne amv. rest of Canaoa He hopea the DUSI- ness and financial men of eastern Canada would get ocr.md the reclamation of and areas. located particularly in Saskatchewan. to thi United tich on Canada. United tent as i EDMONTON. April Dorothy Grace Gray. 1 William S. Grav, solicitor ar.d leg- to realize thesr blocsed islatrve counsel lor the Alberta gov- induced to part erament died todav. Funeral serv- marks in exchange for occupation been celavcd pending the francs worth 53000.000 marss. amv-al of a son. Donald, from Win- Germany sained a profit near- mocg i bv 110.000.000 marts, of which V-Oiil Former Municipal regent of the i received nearly marks as Imperial Order Daughters of the j commission. Empire. Mrs. Grav came to Canada i Trie occupation m ISO from London, ______ ______ francs the England, j German state no more than tf.e' the in nencan before 1924. drought amountea u> an amount greater than the reclam- auon would w Mr. MarNicol. most widely travel ___ ____ _ led member of the commons said Dr Harvey Hilliard he had in cost. The second :e was even coming to i i i Besides her husband and her more blatant, ceding foreign ey Mrs Grav is bv change to buj war mausnaw :n neu- illS tiraj is VV.V7 I OUan- countnes. obtained quan- eco.i- threat- which ise, the to im- advisa- >n dur- :rman- large reservoirs could be built fcr Beatnce HilHard, both in England. imgalion purposes. As it now was thP waUr ran off to the sea. with- out doing the good it could. Deserts did not remain still. Des- erts were on the march and only water could stop them. The land m the west was for the NEARING CHANGCHUN MUKDEN, Apnl new 1st army, breaking through Chinese Communist lines after a two-day battle, have driven within i 70 mites of Changchun, most part of good quality and could capital, pro-government reports grow anything if given water. 1 here said Saturday. mans nothing. The currency thus obtained was sold in Stockholm and Bern. About marks' worth of market- able securities were bought up wUh occupation currency. Sales traced so far in Switzerland amount to only marks and the remainder may stili be somewhere in neutral countnes. Otto Wolff died in 1MO. NEWS BULLETINS RUSS TROOPS LEAVING GILAXN' PROVINCE, IRAX TEHK.YN, April troops bcsmn to evacuate Gilann. Iranian province nearest the Soviet t'nion, it was authoritatively reported here Monday. BAH, OF S15.COO POSTED FOK DR. BOYEK MONTREAL, April of S15.0OT was posted for Dr. Kajmond Boyer shortly after noon Monday, following the Montreal scientist's committal for trial at the May assizes of the coart of kins's bench on charges under the Official secrets Act. U.S. WAR GAS MADE JAP MILITARY MASKS USELESS ATLANTIC CITY. XJ., April Secretary PaUcr- son disclosed Monday that the United States had developed a war sras that "would have made the Japanese military mask PREPARE REMOVAL A.G.T. HEAT> OFFICE TO CALGARY April C. Bruce, deputy minister oC telephones, has instructed by Works Minister W. A, Fallow to prepare for the removal "as soon as possibJe" of ihe Alberta GoTFera- ment Telephones head office irom Edmonton to Calgary. FIND BODIES OF THOUSANDS OF AND POLES NEW YORK. April bodies of thoosajids of PoSes and Russians have been discovered in a mass grave m central Poland, a Polish press agency dispatch from Warsaw- said Mondav. No official on the number of bodies iris givea. THREE DROWN IN ONTARIO BOAT TRAGEDY PORT ARTHUR, OnU April workmen were drowned Sunday when a motorboat capsized on Peninsnl-T. Bay near Marathon, Ont_ police reported here Monday. A fourth. Eiaar Sampson, of Toronto, was rescued after more than an hoar in water. The dead: .Vice! Inkinen. Eino Kaivolin aad Viljo Kehtola, BIG FOUR MEETING PLANNED APRIL 25. IN PARIS WASHINGTON. April and Britain have agreed to a meeting of Big Four foreign ministers befinniiig in Paris, April 33, State Secretary Byrnes said Monday. CANADIANS TO PROBE HONG ATROCITIES OTTAWA, April Canadian army offtcers and men. headed by Lt-CoL Oscar Orr of Vancouver, Ottawa by air for Washington Tuesday on the first of a trip to Hong: Kong -where they will investisrate atrocities committed by the Japan- ese against Canadians taken prisoner after the fall of the island ia December, 1941. SPAPFRf ;