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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGB HERALD PAGE THREE MAY DELAY DISCUSSION OF CONTROVERSIALPEACEPROBLEMS LONDON, April tative sources indicated today that the controversial problems -which have deadlocked discarsions of Eu- rope's peace treaties might be aban- doned until ttee proposed four-power meeting of foreign ministers in Paris April 25. Declaring that neither Russia nor the western powers appear- ed wilta; to make concessions at present, these sources said that the foreign depu- ties, meeting in London, would confine their future discussions to technical details of the Ital- ian and Balkan treaty crafts. United States officials said H vras "unlikely thst any one of the four powers" suggest turning the Italian peace problems over io the United Nations. They said the United Nations, in their opinion, were not in a posi- tion to deal Tith peace treaties, and added that Russia probably would Gromyko Asks Council Remove Iranian Case Execution of RAF., R.CA.F. Men Pricks Conscience of Keitel AnHrpt By DANIEL DB LUCB NUERNBERG, April Marshal Wimelm Keitel. high foraaer cnief of tfce command. listed for the complicity in fostering gestapo; agents spirited suspected resistance leaders from their native countries to death in Germany was admitted j House Summer Recess Unlikely Acute Shortages of Supplies Hit British Reconstruction from its agenda, the Moscow radio said Sunday night. never agree to take the Italian The council put off the case tin- peace treaty oat of the hands of! til May 6. the date oa which the the foreign ministers. The deputies are scheduled to dis- cuss the Balsan treaties this week, in an effort to faring them to the Russians have announced that ail their troops will have been with- drawn "uncccditionaUy" from Iran. The letter added that the ques- same level of agreement as the tion was settled by an announced Italian draft. i agreement between the Russian aad The officials added that there had' Iranian governments, and denied been one meeting of the Russian' ihere was anything in the present and British deputies concerning the relations .of the countries Finnish treaty, isrhich was noi ex-1 dangering peace or security. pected to offer any serious "cora- plication." Bombards SIMONDS HOME WINNIPEG. April The former commander of the iss and 5th Canadian divisions and the 2nd corps, Lt-Gen. Guv Si mo rids. C-B.E-. 42, is home oil leave for the first time since 1939. He arrived in V.'innipeg Saturday. The voutfaiul general said he in- tends to write a book about, Canadian operations in his i Earth, Hits Radio Eden To Lead In Budget Debates April WASHINGTON, April Anthonv Eden, who lias been lead- Three scientists here announced ing the Conservative opposition in of speeding clouds absence of Winston Churchill, electrically-charged gases which prime minister, will the hurtle from the sun upper lay- ers of the earth's atmosphere and seriously disturb radio communica- tions. They are H. 7ST. Weils. J. W. Watts leading Tory spokesman in the de- bates next; Wednesday and Thurs- day in the house of commons on the budget to be presented tomorrow by They are H. W. Weils J. W. Watts Hugh Dalton. chancellor of the ex- and D. K George, of tjie Washing- chequer. Hitler. He testified that these were: J. Orderinr warfare m lhe Soviet t'uion which rioUMtl civilized rules, 2. Sanctioning the jestapo of 30 escaped K.A F. prisoners of war in 1944 and the lynch against "terror" fliers. (Six Canadian and 44 Brit- ish airmen were shot in March. 1944. following an unsuccessful break from z German prlsvn camp near 3. Issuing a decree for the liquidation of patriots occu- pied western countries. These decisions, which buted to Hitler but acini ing. were "naost. against, my edu- l "I was cation as a German officer and asy general inner voice." Keite! ihink of those so exe- i cuted were not inf he said. A to the German autumn to complete unfinished business, it was learned. rum r sentence to A c said affairs er then f bf most in'Sfe By STUART CNOSBHILI, (Canadian Press Staff Writer) IXNKDOX. April Britain is finding that the most ambitious building program cannot be fulfilled unless ma- terials for it are available. A few months ago the em- phasis was on the need for beildcrs; now that additional men hare become available acute shortages are developing in the their need to and rebuild bomb-blasted homes. brick-workers do not seem to seek -an earl? release from, army to return to their jcfoe. CXSser industries too are clamoring lor wowc coxnmoxs "It seems to me that at times we have over-emphasized tbs sssd lor getting out builcia? trade ers srhes hadat isade sure workers in the materials industries would precede said Mr. Toaa- licson. Even the temporary Soasissj pro- gram Is beis? held ap by parts er.t had I susgestiag an adjourn- f m________ early ia, unm Sep-; encountered in the brick industry i ary secretary to the ministry The greatest difficulties are being shortages. J. H. T7Usos, TO Tomlir fl. JJiWfoC f l w j> cutor asseted 'has 2 iWo-p IJoa centiy :ola the House of C KSS3 todS cellmte I Jha' effort wil: i directive -for the shooticg and sear- the ipart of au Sderine of Soviet ecmrms-: ,_ aiemoers -ae.e workers and the gov-fic? conoiaons are ecstasies sn. lee 1 01 .fee lcea .A-ere_ raised byj a brick famine is to be wly of all-ou; production. and Works Minister Tomiinson re- j works, estimated that fittings as, for snly of the excepiional efforts will be rie- i 000 hulls available, on the part of all concern- i lo-ar wages and lispleasact '-It did not contain the word mur- "ifost of tee brici iorks fiave i ii ma EOS coEiain ice wora mur-i from hpics-5 Keitel said. i this nearly aU no canteens and not even a i he atari- "It speaks for Rucenko' are of brick construction it's. in the rsen can iresn or sign- replied....... demands by June .-.H S change from their day-soaked iii-rre are any generais in Prosectitar Sir David Max-f Soviet Russia who would not cbev -re-nbe- a'te- yrfe traced Keiths alleged i Marshal Stalin." Keitel declared." j Sp- I enera! men in clay-pits have been worSsiaaf is i mua up -.o their TraSsts." Combat Threat Of Totalitarianism CHATHAM. Ont, April democratic nations are faced a challenge as areat ?s that: See Delay In Next Espionage Report part of the war. "It will be ion Carnegie Institution staff. I "informed Conservative sources say' for which they went to Var" Frem- R O -_. of mihtary as well as gen- l average of about. for a 30-day 'oionth. i to be general agreement! To bridge :hLs ?ap !n output an 1 The basic wage for a laborer has 1 among government, supporters to'-, acoJtionat oO.OOO workers are need-; been 79s. a week with 3s. make special enorts to advance i ed by June. j bonus for punctuality and regular j work of the session as rapidly as Works department officials ad-] attendance. Workers" are agitatinj possible. however, that, many for an increase to 32s. SIT RIGHT THROUGH He said there seemed to be a desire to sit nght through until all I work is completed so the practice of j holding sessions in early of the year may be resumed January. There was a feeling this year, to Christ- of start- January British Business ome remedy for relieving miseries of children's colds. No dosing to upset stomach. Just rub it on. mosphere. clouds of charged matter rushing ruis .u uc ucajii, isuuuci i o' up to a. years imprisonment and or later and, having studied the j a Sl.OCO line for use of force, position at close range recently, it" Wednes- the powers of James C. Petriilo, j beginning to 1 Se Strong organi- head pi the American Federation j pionage cases because, at the pres- j zation in Quebec where it won only ibcr musicians union, over ent rate, the preliminary hearings j one seat in the federal election, last -criU hardlv be over before the as- June 11. sizes begin. threats or intimidation intended to compel broadcasters to: 2. Hire more persons than, they actually need: More For Manitoba WDTNIPEG] April Gov. E. F. XfcWiliiams Saturday royal assent; to supplementary Former Nelson Man Gets Ottawa Post Canadian Infantry Brigade. PROBE SHOOTING the 1 TSGBEVTT.T..K. Alta.. April 8.- SE Roval Canadian Mounted Police j are investigating the shooting of Agnes Ashrnore. 17. who died in hospital lass night after being taken there earlier suffering from a bullet wound in. the mouth, yegreville is 1 57 miles east or jsomontcn. CHUNGKING. April Chinese gov-ermneuv denied today a report that it. had requested Hnssia to delay a withdrawal irom certain cities in Manchuria. How to Combat RHEUMATKPMH RbcuBkbc puns oftai be cnocd faj- exceu uric acid, a blood impurity tbat shMild be estnctcd by the kidrwyt It kidneyz tul. and otfc aod nauns. it irrere djuemfort and pun. Treil rheumitic pwu by kosfotf jror kidutTi :n Get and KkWr PHU. DwUi yoor kidneyi grf rid of bwUe-makinf and exceu you ftml bafltr.' Bdcfwjwb 117 OTTAWA. April S. Planta of Vancouver will assume.' the post of business manager of the j Ottawa Journal May 1, ic was an-: nounced today. The appointment made necessary by the death j agent naid bv the Liberal partv." I Generalissimo franco is ceveioaing Pav aopeT to a union or per-, i Fraser's name was introduced in {from eastern Eurooe in of i son for services not performed; estimates of SIl.iQ to provide an Of tjle iate Lt.-CoI. H. F. Parkinson, i additional indemnity of 5200 for D.s.o director last Jan. j each of the legislature s 58 members 4. and a salary increase of S163 for the budget- debate by Valmore Russia and France, who insist; that i 3. Halt foreign programs or any :_ _ ._ tvpe of non-commercial, education- al or cultural program; j Bienvenue (L., Bellecnasse) who i his regime is a menace to interaa- referred to an article Fraser wrote j tional peace. The United States and in the Nov. 15 issue of Maclean's j Britain, while turning thumbs down dealing with the issue of liquor on the Falangist govern meat, don's permits to Quebec tavern keepers.) FLOOD FOR RAYON Seventy-five gallons of water are used in making one pound of rayon. GOLFING QUEEN Mary, Queen of Scots, was a enthusiast in the 1560s. subscribe to the thesis ihas it; threatens peace. The latest, development is Pol- and's decision to sever dinlomatic relations with Spain. Bomania al- ready had made thai move last Friday. From the Polish embassy i3i JLuiiJOii iiisu came the state- ment. that Poland would raise the matter in the security council and call on the other United Nations io break relations with Madrid. Meantime, the Spanish Republi- can government which is in exile in Pay unions" for re-using phono- Speaker Sobers Hawkins of Dau- graph records, or pay again for sending out, a transcription of a program previously broadcast. ELDOKADO STORY DENIED phin. Born ia British Columbia in 1309.' Mr. Planta was advertising and business manager of the Nelson. The increase restores members' in- j B.C.. DaiJv News for 13 years and demmties to their predepressioa fig- ia 1943 became general manager of S2-000- the Vancouver News-Herald.. The Saiurcay morning and af- ternoon this saw main estimates of Montreal Gazette in a newspage! story tocay described as "wholly without an Ottawa dispatch carried Feb. 19 indicating a link between the espionage in- quiry and the investigation iiuo BRAIN TO GO TO AFTER EXECUTION Eldorado Gold Mines Ltd. (The Canadian Press distributed i 18 friendly France, under the presi- j dency of Jose Giral, is waiting for a story from Montreal Feb. fortune to give it the ooen sesame based on the Gazette that will crash the gates of the Spanish capital. Is represents the Leftist government wnich Franco overthrew in the frightful civil war of 193S-39. It is important to note that Franco's government is not the onlv one in the world which might be challenged as not fulfilling the ideals of the United Nations. This fact will have to be taken into con- sideration in establishing a preced- ent in the case of Spain. A difficult point, with which the council have to deal in connection with Spain is that ic would be easv for outside powers to precipitate another civil war if the matter is not handled with discretion. "WEES-END DEATHS Money convenient and cheap. Payments abroad can also be made by means of our Foreign Money Orders, Drafts and Mail well as by Cable Transfers where speed is necessary. Explain your requirements at any of our branches and we will advise the method which best suits your case. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE UETHBRTDGE BRANCH: W. T. COOK, Manager. (By The Canadian Press.) NEW MILFORD, Upton Harvey, 66, former Republi- can president, of the borough of Queen's in New York, whose stormv career attracted wide attention. F. Head. 61, assistant managing editor of the Buffalo Evening News since 1934. SEAL. Wil- liam Coxeu, 79, former '.ord mavor of London. RICHMOND. J. Shelton i SPANISH OFFICERS PAKIS. April brain of Dr. Marcel Petiot. who was convicted Thursday en 24 of 27 murder counts, will be claimed by science when the proprietor of ihe The Gazette said today that the i "House of Horrors" m the Rue Le Feb. 19 dispatch was by a staff Sueur has been executed for the writer at Ottawa, infor- j caass crimes committed during the niation. from high official sources." German occupation. and that it "stated specifically that there was evidence of uranium OPTICAL WARNING from Eldorado and illegal transac- tions in connection with it." The newspaper added: quent inquiries have disclosed that this story was foundation, ard wholly it now without j appears j Some authorities believe that nearly everybody in America will. be near-sighted ia a few centuries i hence. are painful- emwffh QATO If ma suffer the torture of simple pats don't delay. AsJc yoor Druspst today for PAZO Ointment. Miiiiom have gained prompt relief from PAZO'a 3-way action: (1) brines aoathirz? relief from pain ami itchin; (2) lubricates hard, dritd-ap parts helps prevent cracking and sorrness (3) tends to reduce swcllms; and check bleed ITJJE- Easly. thoroughly applied with the PAZO perforated pipe. Knonn fay Dodorj lor 30 years. For QUICK RELIEF use certain that there is no ccnnec-, tion whatever between the inquiry I into Eldorado investigation." and the espionage Tidal Wave Toll In Climbs to 115 HONOLCLU. April Hawaiian tidal tvave death toll climbed to 115 last as the sea yielded six more bodies. More than 50 per- sons still are missing as a re- sult of last Monday's disaster. Five of the bodies were found at Hilo. bringing the Island of Hawaii's toll of dead io S3. The other was found on Maui. Some of the bodies were so badly de- composed that identification was feared impossible. C3ll'S3iA PiCTDiES DUNNE 3 Horselay, 75, nationally known surgeon and member of the Na- tional Advisory Cancer Council. CLAD! HOLD-UP OF i INVOLVED IN PLOT! mm CHARLES COBURN LONDON. April Daily I Heralri said today that several j senior Spanish army staff officers i FARM IMPLEMENTS j have beer, arrested' in a Madrid rouncup and accused of particspat- j TORONTO. April joint' in? in a against the govern- j conference of farmers and traces rr.ent of Generalissimo Frar-co. The. officers were being in a poli- tical prison, according to inJorma- tion received by the Basque govemrr.en; in "Paris, the Labor newspaper said. unionists Saturday passed resolu- tions accusing farm impJerrjent manufacturers of failing to release large stocks of implements and parts and on the government to make this equipment available immediately in view of the worjd food shortage and the need for maximum production. SPORTS WRITER. DEAD OTTAWA, Apnl M. Boyd, 54, former sports writer for the Ottawa Citizen and well- known sportsman, died at his home Saturday. He was manager of sev- SASK. CO-OP. DELEGATION i ON TRADE TRIP TO U.K. j REGINA. April wan Co-Operatives Minister L. P. llclntosh will head a four-man delegation leaving here Wednesday lor Britain to negotiate reciprocal trade agreements be-tween United Kingdom co-operatives and thoie in DISSOLVED ORAL VACCINE FOR (See Page 8) RHEUMATIC DISORDERS AND NEURITIS THE JOHN HESSETS ADDED COLUMBIA COLOR CARTOON "Carnival Courage" CANADA CARRIES ON WORLD NEWS Kelvre I CAPITOL NEXT ATTRACTION iriMft rtmn mutt eral football teams and also man- j this province which could open a i ager of the Ridcau basketball team I market to 20.000.000 Britons to the which won the Canadian champion- 1 products of Saskatchewan. ship in the early 1920's. He was a over would be counted in millions 1 native of Cannes, NJS. I j early. THEY WERE EXPENDABLE Starring ROBT. WAYNE- -DONNA REED A BILL irADAVO JOHN WIIUAM IEY H001AK BEilX LOUIS D. LiGHTON LAMAR TROTT1 HENRY KING TODAY TILL WED. JEWS PA PER I IN SPA PERI ;