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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD .MONDAY, APRIL Associated Press Reports Some Impressive Advances In 1945 rear 1S45 for The Associated to foreign a 12-s.oaOi of extra- f to 1S.005 worcs oasly. Offers Pour In To Family Seeking Homes For Babes who since thrilled newspaper Springing f rorn. news that Mr. i and Sirs. Arthur du Mars wanted iplet a trfc- re and 10 in scvance sowsi-i.w> adoption. srrengthenec.' cooper launching of a triolets in New York, j rsasl: there was fcy'tKe Rocky Mountain Xess and Mr. Cooaer resorted that AP ser- prececent'ec -O-a o- -ews a vacation trip for the vices were receives last vear by as. countries ant rnotiier to her parents' home m to New York., ind, figure of 1.253. Tbe membership of _ the 33. lyn and their other Highlights In The News 1 Eenry "Wilson, 70, of "Winnipeg., aualanqaisti 'common man died in hospital from injsiries re-j received lie was struck by a} street car recently. C.P.R. ANNUAL REPORT IS DISTINCTIVE Ssndav newspapers in London, i England! devoted pages and j to Viscount Alexander, marking the departure for Canada of the gov-; emor-general designate. The Ear! of Athlone, retiring' governor-general of Canada, and j Princess Alice have sailed for the.; United Kingdom aboard the liner; Queen Mary. POD? Pius in a Spanish language broadcast to the Catechetical Ccn- gress at Barcelona said that the; world was "suffering from many painf u- ills." bur that few of its ills; were as important, as the ignorance j of religions. 9 Russian breweries have resumed; production, with" the minister of I food industry ia Moscow announc- ing plans to brew litres; of beer for summer consiimption. Tae Soviet Union's first shipment of wheat to rived in Marseille on the Russian freighter Kiia VoroshEov. At least IS persons died when a ferry carrying 83 passengers cap- sized on ihe Rhine-Herne canal. between Geisenkirchen and Buer, in the Rinnr. Eire's newspaper wHl get Increas- j ed nea'sarint allocations beginning j April them to expand! to 10 or 12 pages daily. j The All-Japan Agricultural asso- j ciation in Tcyko fess reported that; ashes spewing from Minami Itekej volcano opposite Kagoshina have j destroyed S75 acres of wheat andj ;hsi heavy damage 'nnK been done' in a 22-mile radius. MONTREAL. April tiie disacctive and modern style won a merit award from the Vear tfae Canadian Pacific Railways report for IS43 was received Lack of Centralized Government Cause German Economic Breakdown i BERLIN. April Am- Di_ niilitarj- periodic financial world of New York last report on Germany saia tooay asat .1 rtf the lack of centralized government in the beaten country was causing bv shareholders here today. A full- a general economic breakdown ia co'o- painting famous Connaught j the Unitec. States zone to such an Tunnel in the Rockies, tJie restored j extent that the people's detenaina- beaver crest in color and two 5 "on is being "unceraMned double pages of reconversion pic-! tures are features of the 40-page book prepared by the office of Brie j A. Leslie, vice-president and comp- DISCOURAGED THIEVERY The- report, issued by the headquarters of Gen. Joseph T, McNarney, American command- er in Germany, outlined in de- tail the achievements of tbe United States occupation but conceded that the aims of the Potsdam conference had not been achieved because Germany has not been treated as an economic entity. "The major underlying Jactcrs in tinuing: problems of transport the lack of sufficient food to oort tike ration which had been tfce report saidl -Low morale and uncertainty about the future are now major hindrance to all economic activity.t The report stated that some 1000.000 worth of goods had beed imported into the zone for German consumption, while about 000 had been realized ia exports from Germany during the period since the occupation started. This export figure is about one-tenth oj the dollar value of pre-war exports J from ihe zone. Overs Trie Ameri transport Oslo completing its to Norway. Airlines' 3 PEILADSLPSIA, April S. For sis straight evenings. Dominiek Gizerra's automobile disappeared _ from in frost of his barber shop.! the basically adverse situation wiueii He always fousd it later, ahaadori- exists in ifee United Stales zoae are ed" a few blocks away. Tired of 'a progressive depletion of the raw znaterials and supplies on sand, re- sulting from a lack of inter-zonsl keeping track cf ihe car. Giierra sold it. Two days later he got a in the maiL It contained five duplicate ignition keys and an -eari'np- You've ia Surope and Asia were being re- binlt sloVlv. -there is no resss-Jrirls f.-ll Canuck Guerrillas SO. CALIFORNIA past sSailr service via Gren Fzils Late dry LAS VEGAS DEATH VALLEY PALM SPRINGS Hy to Americas presiisr titter t esons fist the governments of' the world are yet willing to recog- j __ _. _, nizs tha: commjinications should KAn efl TC and mus: be an icstrament for I and iEformation of their peoples." -Quite to the he said. I appears that the various coan- OTTAWA. AprE the dry tries' leiesrsph administrations, the lansuage cf an orcer-in-coancil. govemineni monopolies, are BO: Canada has granted full discharge cispcsesi to surrender any of what: benefits to the sun'ivors among 57 rtey regard as their sovereign pre- Canadians who. under direction of rowi-ivcs but which acnially are: the British war office, fousat as i used to restrict the How of intelli- guerrilas in the mountains of Yugo- j gence." j slavia during: ihe late war. JD-scuEEing ihe AP world service, Although their names are not Mr. Cooper "barely a handful of'. knovm here, it is believed they are AP editors started the service." but a group of Canadians who were from this nucleus "there corps of veterans that spread i wits the" liberation of the _ ___ _____ so short a time they have written: and ammunition dumps, a chapter in the history of the As- They were either bom in Balkan sociated Press under the hardships i countries or were sons of peoale of strange languages, customs, liv- i who left there to come to Canada, ing habits and facilities." Some of the 57 are known to be _____________________________i dead. Others are listed as missing-. Nearly 1.000 scale candidates ap- pearing for a Bachelor of Science examination in Calcutta withdrew from the examination nail shouting to India." complaining that the examiners questions were hard- er to answer than usual. A veteran movie actor died at! Riverside, Calif., from a charge of; buckshot Sred at close range. The-; victim was big white bulldog i with one black eye who appeared! for several vears in "Oar Gang" j comedies. Pete's killer is unknown. BILLINGS DENVER CHEYENNE Fair daily service ia Douglas laiury liners MARQUIS HOTEL PHONE: 3971 WESTERN AIR LINES Semi-ofScial Chinese dispatches from Hankow reported that Han- kow's puppet mayor during the Jap- anese occupation. Shib. Hsing- Chuan, been sentenced to death by the Hupeh provincial court. More than 900 German employees of an agricultural machinery plant- staged a i .j. VETS "WTLL BE AIDED TO COMPLETE HOMES !i: TANCOU VKri, April of the Second Great Wsr who have homes under construction and sz least 75 per cent completed may apply throngh the de- parmsnt of veterans 'affairs LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Proni Pagej It's said England wouldn't mind seeing a Bourbon rule Spain again. Doa Jaan's mother was Engiish- bom. He was brought up amidst for assistance in obtaining English culture by his nurse. Miss the huilding ma- Eanerty, and his governess, Miss terials necessary, it was an- I Ciittoa. was a cadet at San nouncec asre. Fernando, Spanish naval academy, A special staff under the i when his father abdicated. direction of W. "S. Pagers has After his marriage to third cous- Toeea set up at the rehabilita- in, Princess aiaria Mercedes of tion centre to handle the Bqurbon-Siciiy, Don Juan and his expected rush of applications bride toured America, lately the when the aew svstem comes couple have spent most of their Into effect Tuesdair. f. E3OPEXSIVE CABLE On. the first Atlantic cable, the ;ion was a rate for letter. LINCOLN'S SIGNATURE air's EMAXOPAIIOK PXOCLAMAXIOK freed, tirrfie mUlioa slaves. Sat it did more than that appeal to aari-slavcry senrimcat ia Great Britain France in 1863 forestalled recognition of the Confederacy fay ttosc countries and 'won their yupport for the Union. Year signature oa z Cacada Life contract OUI Jnrociaim ycur fseedoia frosi fear and worry about tic- fatnrc can snake you tiic of yonr teoacy JTrUfad of its slave. With a Canada. Life contract yoa can make everT dollar saved do the work of more than Trhca It comes to earning a life income for you after age 60 or 65- And you have the comfort of knowing that yoar family is provided for no matter -what happens. Ask your Canada Life representative to tell you about it. CANADA LIFE time in Switzerland. Praneo can be sure of one thins-. Don Juan won't ease the situation by dying- of heniopnilia. He's the only one of the royal sons who didn't inherit the dread, disease which plagues Spanish royalty. MK. CMliKCHILL'S Hastings in "Picture Post) yrom the time he became prime minister it was manifest that JVEr. Churchill's own safety was a major factor in Britain's defence. So look- ing- after him was regarded as a military operation, and it was call- ed "Operation ele- phant being the prime minister. One of the features of "Opera- tion Elephant" was a mobile anti- aircraft battery which used to ac- company the prime minister where- ever" he went. Churchili took im- mense pride in this anti-aircraft battery. He used to call it. to the indignation of the officers, his per- sonal flak, snc when he went away for the weekend to the country he always insisted, on having one of the guns mounted outside the front. aoor so that he could display it proudly to his guests. As a cersonal defence the anti- aircraft "battery was a failure. The original arrangement was that if hostile aircraft came 30 miles of the prime minister the guns would be manned and Mr. Churchili and his staff were to go to the air raid shelter. But it did not work out that way. As soon as the air raid alarm sounded, far going to the shelter, the minister grabbed his field Izec German protest against r food ration cats in the United States j occupation zone. j Three birthday cakes were neec-j ed to carry the 100 candles lighted! for airsl Banna Percy. Chatham, Ont., who received guests and ad- mired gifts of flowers at the Kent county nome. She told friends the business of living had been "a lot of fun." Albert Edward Bradwia. 80, form- j er Ontario newspaper publisher, died in hospital ia Toronto. Miss Pearl Clark of River Hebsrt. N.S.. has been committed for triai on a charge of murder. The charge was laid after discovery of the body of an infant child March 7. An Italian memorandum on the question of her western frontier, said to have been requested by the British government, is still under consideration at the Italian foreign office, Rome radio lias said. The Cape Breton Labor Council in Sydney. N.S., decided to ask for' an investigation into the butter supply situation in Canada after the council rejected a motion call- ing for strike action by Cape Breton county industrial workers to pro- test the butter shortage. rxom prints submitted by photog- raphers in India. Great Britaia, Holland, Argentina, 3Sew Zealand, Canada and the United judges ia Port Coibome, se- i lected 2OO photographs to be hung i hi the first international salon of I the Port Ccrlbome Camera club Easter week. Pedera! Agriculture Minister Gar- diner was the morning preacher at Sydehhani United church in King- ston, Ont., Sunday. The liner Scythia has arrived in Liverpool from Halifax with" German prisoners of war. most of whom will work in Britain. The carrier Algorail of the Al- goma Central Steamship company docked at ihe United Grain Grow- ers elevator at Port Arthur at 11 a-in., Sunday, to open navigation for the 1946 season. TVlsile Londoners slept, roassivei British armoned vehicles shattered 1 ine'early-moming silence of empty, siffi-drencbed streets in London in j a rehearsal ran over the route of the scheduled vicsorv parade June) is. In an editorial headed "A Mons- trous Overhead." tie Sunday Chron- icle in London laments the increase in ihe number of British civil serv-1 ants. The newspaper exclaimed: j "We now have nearly 600.0O3 civil j than twice the num- j ber employed 30 years ago." j Reconversion sole: Plywood parts! of SlasQuito planes have been adapt- f ed to meet the current shortage of beer barrels in London. i Thanks io intervention of Mayor j N. S. Cuthfaertson of Brockville. i Oat.. Charles Hwsland. Ms wife and j four sons have found temporary i living quarters in a room of the! >iqii Thev had been evicted 1 their home and were living in a tent until the mayor found room for them. unsigned note reading: -Now you've sold your car. Ta-ell have no farther use for these." suiting____ trade, a loss of popular confidence in the currency and a tendency to ward hoarding" tangible goods; the lack of aa adequate basis for nor- i mal financial transactions, the con- HEADS BRANCH OF MORMOK CHURCH Mo, April 8-; A. Smith, soa of Josepi; was elected president ot the reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints dav, succeeding his Brother. Frederick M. Smith, March 20. who Press dispatches from Rome said three persons were killed and 15 were injured in fighting at Cerig- Three men carrying revolvers held i up Gordon Girard in Windsor. Oa- tario, and escaped with 51.150 ia 1 cash. Some four hours laser John j P. Deacev was robbed of S55 at; gunpoint when he answered his front door belL Armed only with a bread Frank Ryan. 72. and William little, i 60. battled a. pair of gunmen in- London, Oat., for 20 minuses to frustrate an attempted robbery of the Near company. J The heavily bombed Kentish j Tillage of Lydd. on England's south- east coast will be ready ia the event of another war. The town council i has set aside for air raid precautions. Renown SSils Ltd. formally took over tha SpiUers' Sour mffl in East Calgary on April 1 and hope to have it in full production by" May, said R. J. PiGcoin, president of the new company. Herbert Hoover said ia London that if the under-fed peoples of Europe could survive until the autumn harvest there would be a general improvement in the world food situation. The former United States president, head of Presi- dent Truman's touring food com- mission, said that by present indi- cations the wheat crop appeared j "extremely good" in tha northern' hemisphere. The Alberta board' of public utility commissioners announced 10 towns and villages TCil-am j Grande Prairie, A Ilia-nee. Morin- j Raymond, Olds, Three Hills, i Ponoka. Didsbury and I have been authorized to advance j one stage farther their plans for the installation of waterworks and sewage systems. Chancellor G. P. Gilmour of -Me- Master University announced ia Hamilton that Lt.-CoL J. Gordon Jones, present minister of tbe First j Baptist Church, Calgary, will be; among these who will be given' honorary doctor of divinity degrees soon. position on the roof. Up there he insisted oa a com- plete plot of the raid and was al- ways extremely disappointed if his" personal flak did not start fir- ing. So finally, unknown to the prime minister, it was decided that it was far safer not to sound the air raid alarms at all. "I prescribe absolute quiet your husband." said ihe doctor. "Here's a sleeoing powder." "When do I it to asked the wife. "You don't give 5t to said the doctor. "You take it vour- self." FERGUSON VS. j ARTHUR. ilEIGHEN- OProm an article on the Win- nipeg Conservative convention of 1927-bv Arthur H. Ford in The London Free Press.) If Mr. Ferguson had an intention of entering the field 'for leader- ship) the clash which he had with Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen at the convention the night before nomi- nations would have ended his chances. It will be recalled that Jlr. Meighen asked at the conven- tion an opportunity of explaining his famous Hamilton speech, in which he had urged that in future before the country entered war I parliament should be called and that the decision cf the govern- ment should be submitted to the judgment of the people at a gen: ersi ejection before troops shouia leave our shores. This speech had been the cause of much controversy in the partv and in certain quar- ters had been bitterly opposed. Mr. Fergusc-n was one of the most, caus- tic critics. _ Mr. Meishen was granted leave ss a former leader cJ the party to present his views. It was a great effort. Sir. Meigher. felt he might be facing a hostile audience. Ke spoke with deep emotion sr.c feel- in" It was probabiy the finest oration Mr. Meighen ever mace. Diana Laralee. 13 months, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lava- lee, burned to death Saturday when i Sre destroyed their home at St.] ana snpponeis 01 tne 3 Ambrpise, 25 miles northeast cf j i Winnipeg, while Mrs. Lavalee was i shopping. An overheated stove was blamed. word from the written test. It was an amazing'performance and a trib- ute to the extraordinary memory of Mr. Meigiien. As soon as Mr. Meighen sat down j Mr. Fergusc-n jumped to his feet. He" was not even introduced and hundreds of the delegates, particu- larly from, the west and the mari- tun.es. did not recognize the man who was challenging Mr. Meighen. When he referred to a personal. conversation with Mr. Meighen j there were actually boos. Mr. Fer- j gusoa got over his ideas, but he frankly did very badly as he ac-! fcnowledged himself to me that j night. He added: "A man should i never speak when he is angry and j I will confess I was angry." JOQB. Tanaer of Camrose, Alia, an employee of the Eldorado Min- ing and Refining companv, drown-' ed in Great Bear Lake, North West Territories, the night of April 4. Three York township bovs aged ten years and one were arrested and are scheduled to appear in Toronto juvenile court on charges of criminal assault and aggravated assault against an eight- year-oid Weston girl. The boys were held in a detention home after police said they admitted ihev assaulted the girl in a ravine in suburban Xorth York. A. W. ANDERSON, C E. tYNDE, G. L. Barracloush BRIGHTER TOVOPRCWS FOR YOU fiNO YOURS He swept, the convention off its feet. He was given a tresner.do-os ovation. If the election for leader had been made that night Mr. Meighea would doubtless have been chosen. Never was there a speech deliver- ed which sounded so extemporan- eous as that of Mr. Meighen's at Winnipeg-. Yet it had been pre- pared carefully in advance. I had a -copy and followed the manuscript. There was scarcely a variation of a Thomas White and Mr. Ferguson had their heads together in con- j clave. I asked Sir Thomas later i discussing. Sir i he wanted to re- ply to Mr. Meighen as a former! colleague'anc a aian out of politics, j but Mr. Ferguson insisted on speak- Neither Mr. Fereuson r.or Mr. Meighen were candidates but. i' i they had been they would have j killed off each other in any fight j for the leadership. j One youngster was watching an-! other swimn-ang about in a pool. The swjmsier was wonderful 'and j filled the onlooked with scmiratjon. i "Yoc swim like a fish." he said. "Better." said the swimmer. "I can swim on my back." BUYIXG FCR COATS fBrandon Sun) The fur trace in Canada felt the impetus of wartime wages, it is no longer a sien of "unearned incre- ment" for the srood ladv to wear a fur coat, r.or the- worker himself CffScfe! statistics for the year 1244 show that fur coats wore nrocuced mostly in Ontario and Quebec, hav- ing a value of S27.857.000. This, is the lareest amount ever recorded and is 68 per cent, of the entire soods Industry for thai year. Tbe product, of in 1944 hsd a tntfli of and of in Csnotfa. The value of fur collars was 000. scsrves and other -rtpclrn-'ear and fur aiuffs Foreign diplomatic circles In! Moscow reported that with withdrawal of Red army forces from Iran. Manchuria gad Bom- i hoim. island off the Danish coast. demobilization is being speeded to reiease more manpower for great tasks of the fourth Soviet five- year plan. women s si handker- and textile and cash in large quantities were sszec by police IE raids on the Hamburg black mar- ket during March. Syracuse University plans to X- ray the chests of its entire student boidy. faculty and administrative beginrang Wednesday, at the rate of nearly a day. Thieves who chiseled open a safe in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Taffy Marieb Agawam. Mass.. escaped with S20.000 in cash and jewelry valued at S2.000 bat left behind in savings bonds. I REPARATION'S FACT PRAGUE. April re- parations agreement between Hun- gary, a German ally, and Russia, Ctechoslovakia and Yugoslavia, which may be a preview of what's in store generally for the war losses, was announced Saturday in its final form. Hungary is required to pay in cash, materials and labor. Russia will receive 000, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia TUESDAY SHOPPING at STOKE HODRS: un. U pjn. Saturday, ajn. to pan. Wednesday, un. to Information Phone 3727. NOTIONS HALF PRICE! GARMENT BAGS Made from cotton print with metal frame at tons. Half Price, each....... MATTRESS COVERS Unbleached cut. Single-bed size, Half Price, each size, Salf Price, each KIDDIES' PLASTIC BRACELETS, TTalf Price, each SIMULATED LEATHER BELTS. Tail color. Half Price, each "UETHBKroGE" PESXAXTS- 1 O A: Half Price, each............AfaC 87c 98c .25 14c 17c KEAL LEATHER BELTS Tan and wine col- ors. Half 07. Price, each... J aiAKE-TJP BAGS "Water-re s i s t a a t rayon fold-over style, bias bound. Half Price, each ........1IC Main Floor MEN'S, BOYS' JACKETS For men cotton gabardine in front style TJn- lined with half-belt in. back and handy poc- kets. Sand 36 to 44. For Bnys cotton, cord "in zipper-front style. Hip-length, un- liriefl. Fawn, dark brown, teal blue. blue. Sizes 26 to 34, Size 35, each BOYS' CAPS Sturdy cotton and wool tweed caps full-size crown, rayon lining and neat peak. Summer-weight good color choice. Sizes 6% to 7. Each Men's.and Boys' Main Floor FOR HOME AND PARTIES METAL MAGAZDfE RACKS PLASTIC-COATED CARD TABLE COVERS Floral cotton "prints in oox- NOVELTY TRAYS. Glass tops. AA CHAIR PADS For seats and backs. AA PLATING CARDS Single Qfif. and A.A.C Decks, each tlC KIDDIES' SHORT OVERALLS SIZES 2 TO 6 YEARS Dandy little playtime gar- meats for summer days ahead.' ___Sturdy cotton bib-style over- 'alls with short legs and -two pockets. Choice of colors. Main floor "Juvenile EATON'S, Second Floor EATON'S TESTED SEEDS FOR SUCCESSFUL GARDENS! EATON'S VEGETABLE range. f Small package FARMERS' SPECIAL VEGETABLE SEED COLLECTION 1 n A Good assortment of better-known varieties in quantities to suit the larger garden. Eacb Girls' White Confirmation DRESSES Sizes 6 to Tears Lovely little frocfcs for your young daughters Easter confir- mation Dainty styles in white rayon sheer or plain rayon have short sleeves and long sleeves attached that can be sewn in. Peter Pan collars and attractive trimmings! JnvenHe EATOX'S, Second Floor EATON'S SWEET PEA eight Earned varieties. Pacfeage 25 C EATON'S GRASS SEED "OCR BEST" MIXTURE, pound 65c PLACE" MIXTURE, pound 7Oe "COUNTRY HOME" MIXTURE, pound 45 C REGAL LILY BULBS A perennial lily that perfumes the whole garden. Large size, each Medium size, each EATON'S NAMED GLADIOLUS BULBS No. 1 favorites as Picardy, Henuri, Miss Canada. Reverie. Miss New Zealand. Vagabond Prince and Southport. Main Floor. -29c 23c EATON BRANCH STORE O LIMITED IEWSPAPES! EWSPAP.E.RS ;