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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL La Guardia Bluntly Says UNRRA Kicked Around srreral hours before Frarca appear- eel on the streets. Wfceu Pravca aid appear it vras s full cf the Iranian question, ra- of WASHECGTOX, April LaGuardia, director the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, charged that his international relief organization "is kicked around." "I don't mind kicked around, be area in Iran the Soviet-Iranian oil agreement. Pravca said the security council Kgfct u Smith Home, Hyde Park, Jailed 60 Days la U.X. i paper san' This "BT-S regarded in foreign 1 circles here as strong language, and" from a newspaper as ing to stand for the kicking arosirid far point'of imbatiesee." dition of r-he-e is -eaoush" food in the world "to permit tf.2f.HJtA. to feed; hungry nd ccir.rary to ocr Aa'.enean tra-S r and under-, The food slruauoa _ "a be able to LEFTW1NGERS (Costlnuefl from Fron: Okino Sbima nseaawhile set a surprising pace By sending 8S.2 per cent of its normally apathetic voters to the polls. The voted two days early beeanse of poor communica- tions: its hzUots irfll be coEdied on Shikoku Island Wednesday. Japan's designated election day. Jarxmese poUtical experts i Tokyo had estimated that no more than 60 per cent of eligible Japan- ese would bother to They also speculated that Ichiro Haioyama. in V book be wrote in 1938 praising Hitler and Mussolini. He had been mentioned, as nest as the donnnaa- voice in naming one. liberals ere accorded the best chance of -Binning the largess bloc of Diet seats, although s. majority lor anv Tiarty is doubtful. There are 2.803 candidates for 45S Die: them S3 women. Liberals are conceded up to lau -Kith the Progressives (also conservative} and the middle- eroand Social Democrats buncheo. closely behind. Communists are conceded by most observers only a dozen seats. American and British military teams trill observe -Wednesday's elections. USE FORCE TO QUELL MOB TOKTO, April States troops in armored cars and jeeps mounting machine-gars quiet- ed left-wing Japanese who cloned Premier Shidehara's oSicial residence, and the premier agreed NOW YOU CAN KEEP REGULAR stmewhat. the future in- S evitsblv bnrig a cclllsios of the s rival British and pcs- Italy, Po-jsiKy in that oil-rich and DclitScslly chaotic king- dcm. The Soviet Union while plecsir-g withdrawal of Red army troops from Iran, by early nex5 month -o hear ofTiciallv this afternoon the if is out shouted demand hr.gering influence in EKKth Iran. [year ago were discussing freely the o" northern Iran and a leftist Tudeh party I demonstration could be organized a: a cost cf Jess than a cellar a head, lus-rh. in Tehran, a capital gnosed by inSatioa, The So-rist influence in northern .Q j crowd's riotously shoutec for the resignation of ?lice were rival of United States military po- lice checked the demonstration withou- resistance. At a mass meeting which preced- FARK. NAX Afril S. D. KoostAtlfs 11; de Park estate, -where the former president was bora and buried, will be dedicated as a national shrine Friday with Presidcn Truman participating in the formal ceremony. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt acd Interior Secretary J. A. Krus ako will take part in the cctjon. utarfcjns the first onni- teisary of Mr- death. A simple tombstone mark ear-old Rose- Garden. ____ Judge ilcCoricick ordered a body aiiaciiment issued for Lohbeck and clamp down on suspected agents. _ jsaid he would be isuo custody It was thac Cajiada prscav if he not appear sa court had a "lucky break" in thai Igor j before that time. Judge McCormick Gouzenko. the cipher clerk in the ao; speciiy Lohbeck's sentence. "Highly Improper" In sentencsjcg Smith, Judge CHICAGO. April i L. K. Smith, head of the America today was sentenced by Judge John V. McCormick to serve to davs in the county jail on changes of contempt of Dos Lonbeck, an eduor of a SmiA-sponsored publication, was convicted of contempt of court ,-omUy with Smith, was given uii'U Fnday lo appear. was no; in courc today, but Maximilian 18-Foot Board Through Liver, Man Will Live April An 18-foot shaft einven through Matthew Brown's foody by a saiannii! blade had to be viuttled doisrn inth a pockettaiiie Saturday before he could be placed in an automobile and taken to hospital. Slender, 29-year-old Brown stood 10 minutes while feBo-a- saurnni! tnmiaed about 16 feet froai the snlmiry. orse-inch-square scant- ling. He ijras taken 25 io hospital George, hjs counsel, told Judge vjanta v.-here she uoodea iilcCornncs Ijonoecks wile was ex- a baby and he mated to embassy here, decided to tarn agauist his associates and handed Canadian authorities coca- Mc- Cormick said the trial, during which about be out of 10 days." ____ __________ memory evidence Smith cited, was conducted al commission inuir and i under "unaaralleled ci" an Mother, Seven Children In One Room, Evicted cuiions. the royal commission inquiry and under "imaaraUeled conditions" and i detentions and prose- that Smsrh's conduct was April improper." j health department. Saturday prder- Soiith. and lohbeck vere cited lor ed a mother and her seven children, contempt for distributing in Judge j ranging m age from IS months to McCormick's courtroom press re- 1 17 years, to vacate a small room, leases dealing the trial of only 12 by 17 feet. Arthur W. Tsrmimello on The Austrian government has given the League of Nations a problem in its last days by applying for the admission of its delegates to the final session of the assembly which opened in Geneva today. Austria still is nominally a mem- ber, but had not been represented since Germany marched into the country in 1938. No invitation was sens to her for the present session. IE was expected that the assembly would be asked to decide yvhettoer Austria had a right to admission. A A A fl. SIT DOWN" STRIKE GARBAGE MEN' PORTSMOUTH. O.. April employees of the municipal service. de- Tsartment and garage seeking higher pay began a sit- strike today, halting garbage and rubbish collec- tions and repairs of streets and sewers in this city of 40.000 inhabitants. The city service ard garb- age workers, now earning 62 cents an hour, are ask- ing an increase of 2o cents an hoar. A A A A A A A A. A WINNIPEG, April 8. Premier Stuart S. Garson. who also holds the portfolio of crovincial treasurer, has budgeted for a surpltfe of for the fiscal year ending April 30, 1947 he reported to the Manitoba legislature today. In presenting his first neace time budget in seven Mr. Gar- son said there would be no new taxes nor no increases ia existing taxes. Until agreement is reached at the Dominion-provincial conference, the Manitoba government cannot for- mulate long-range financial poli- cies, he told the house. For the fiscal vear ending April 30. IS46, a surplus of is shown, compared with an estimated surplus of in the 1345 budget. The surplus for the vear ending April 30, 1944, was 155. Relics Stolen In City, Week-End A number of precious relics of the j Second Great War and some fine hunting knives comprised the loot taken from Gumey's Bird Paradise when thieves ransacked the his- torical display in the old board of trade building in Gait Gardens over the weekend. The burglars gained entry to the premises by smashing a large plate glass window. Glass in show cases inside the building was also smashed. "Toe tune of the burglary was placed between nine o'clock Saturday night and that hour Sunday morning. 31ILIJONS JLOSS IN" ALABAMA HAILSTORM ANNISTON, Ala., April Tons of hailstones remained on the streets here today as residents struggled to clear away debris left in the wake of a storm which caus- ed damage estimated at millions of dollars. Eighteen persons were In- jured in the half-hour hailstorm which swept through Calnoua coun- ty. Your car should be safety tested every 5000 miles Let us road test your car today TWO DOWNTOWN LOCATIONS Beny Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Ltd. Stain Garage open 7 to mldmglit, 3Ionday to Saturday Sunday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Phone 4055 service ROCK SLIDE ON C.P.R. MAIN LINE CALGARY, April Less than an hour after the Vancouver- bound No. 1 CJP.R. passenger train passed the spot an estimated 500 tons of rock crashed down on the main line near Field. B.C.. early Sunday morning. An engine and two cars of a freight train left Field for Caigary crash- ed into the pile of rock about 5 ajn. and the lead engine and two cars were derailed but none of the 1 crew was irijured. Jrom Fron; Page.) signs of recent manna! work, At the time the man was killed he was wearing a dark grey cap, which was new in appearance: a three-piece suit, which was greyish black in color and while well worn secir.ed to have beer, well cared after: and a worn pair of black boots. Anyone able to aid in the iden- tification of the body 35 urged to contact city police immediately. Accept Resignation Of Greek Regent ATHENS. April It was officially confirmed here today that King George II of Greece lisa accepted the resignation of Regent Archbishop Damaskinos and has asked the government to submit its views regarding a successor. RUNNING GUN FIGHT MOUNT April 3. armed men escaped in 2. automobile earlv to- day after exchanging shots "with Police Chief Wesley Pollock in a chase along distpct highways to- ward nearby Arthur. Pollock gave chase when he noted the trio stand- ing in a doorway of a general store, apparently planning a robbery. Two bullets smashed the windshield of the pursuing car but Pollock, who jsaia he fired at least three shots into the other machine, was un- ihurt. GUNMEN GET S3.700 MONTREAL. April masked gunmen today held up J. A. Gaboriauit, manager of Supreme Bread Limited, and Marcel Guibolt. an cmpJoyec. and escaped wsth the company's weekend re- ceipts. ALBERTA PIONEER DEAD EDMONTON, Alta., Anril Funeral services will be held Thurs- day for Mrs. E. E. Wilde, RO, pion- eer resident of the Ribstoue district southeast of Edmonton, who died yesterday. Arthur Wilde of Ham- ilton, Ont., is a son. JANE, STOP PULLING MARTHA'S HAIR SHE SAID OUR CLOTHES LOOK THANKS TO MARTHA AND QUICK-LATHERING SUNLIGHT, MY CLOTHES WILL NEVER AGAIN LOOK HALF-WASHED! A LIGHT TOUCH OF SUNLIGHT'S EXTRA- SOAR NESS- AND HARD- TO-REMOVE DIRTY SPOTS DISAPPEAR LIKE MAGIC I WHO USE WANTS WASHES THAT ARC WHSTER, BRIGHTER ALL-OVER WITHOUT HARD SCRUBBING! No one will ever say that your clothes look "half-washed" with quick-lathering Sunlight on the job. That's because Sunlight's extra- soapiness goes deep down to loosen ground- in dirt. Just a light touch of Sunlight on cuffs, collars, hems, edges and they come spotlessly brighter, sweeter without hard work. Sunlight's extra-soapi-: ness makes quick work of dishes, too; Grease goes in a jiffy and it's so kind and gentle to your hands. Get the big, economic cal, long-lasting cake of Sunlight today; fORTHESRIGHTEST WASH yOU EVER SAW V6U CAN7 DO WITHOUT SUNLIGHT FOR A COMPLETE WASHING JOB.. YOU CANT DO WITHOUT SUNLIGHT ;