Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1946 Channel Tunnel Company Idea of Rail, Motor Tunnel, Dover to France work thea would proceed, al- I he could not say when i actual construction would start. j ST. MARY DAM i Mr. Gardiner said there also i was. provision for for dam on the St. Mary river for irrigation purposes. Sir. ColdweB ssic. he nearc the "large-scale The Day In Parliament France to Close All Houses Of Prostitution Tie Canaaiaa Press) ff POSTHUMOUS AWARD EDMONTON, April for tne valu- able member of the Bdmon- ion Branch of Associated cat tae g, corstrcction at the opera'e on their premises to cons.cer __ he Britssn nd persoiis contributing to or aifi- 1 children, nous- _T second vice-president he orgamzatioh. -a no ___'Uy injured in a Calgary traffic accident last 'mber. The cao -was pre- to Mrs. Tsjlor Sat- olc. age and! development" tressed areas; r said the goi-( Five-Day Program With Wage Boost By Shell Oil Co. CALGARY, April A five- ram on all operations instituted bj the Shell Argentine Walks Out Of Geneva Parley GENEVA. Aoril tina's delegates walkee out, Moa- I day on tne opening meeting of the League of Natiors assembly's final session, called for the purpose of declaring officially dead the 25- year-old experiment in world icealism. Argentina's she Yice-presice: i derstood Argentina ongmally had beea jJaced on. the slate for con- sidsrauoa by tae nomuaatioos com- mittee, and that the Argentines, consicered the matter one of great importance affecting trj's preside. their caan- Canucks Still Marrying In O.C. LONDON, Aoril Shadow Of Labor War Over Canada TOaOXTO, Aard Miilaro. national director of Unwed Workers of America. IGI.O.) ceclared "the shadow a labor war today hangs 01 er ada and is senocs enough to ma- tenalize Into uidespreac strikes vs.- putes in the United States can. avoided la Canada, by a properiy develoned wage and price policy. "All" oown the line labor increases in consumer goods costs and labor likely will find that the money just stretch. Labor wants to obtain adequate wages and she resistance of employers to the demanes for adequate wages may 'ead to a labor -aar in tha coun- try." Make Ottawa Surrey OTTAWA. Apnl at, will be infiivsfiuaUy their opinion on red Steel Work- _O) for increas- smproved -workms Cot-erill. pub- the UHion. anting interests m .he teS-.-rflteS- resolution U- rSTVCii 1 tr--" could be on mere generous war pensions. oij Britain Plans .Victory Parade inued from Frcnt Paze.) activities of the, regime is. Saam" be placec on .n of the security NEWS s Apnl 9 "few canais' agreement re- I which, to Is" to carry water with ejlough- I: "first had been proposed grow food. Ontario al- i ieoi, wneri tne land was cot govemmens. The council was scheduled to tw problem, cora- Premier Qejcam and Soviet ai'housh the west CIOL not SATS CHARTER 3JOXDON. April The So-nei government newspaper Iz- said today that the United Nations Security Council, by re- taining jurisdiction of the HusEisn- 2ran distmte, "aroSe the charter of the United Nations organization." Izvesoa, Quoted, by the Moscow radio in a broadcast heard here, Mlterated Tisws expressed by Uis Comnranlsi; orgari Pravda and de- that a "bitlataral agreement tetween .Russia ana Iran vindicated Soviet policy and would "strengthen IP'FTTMf peace and secunty." Izvestaa said the security council The first connngen- of soldiers i Glen, pulled into the station yesterday., Mr. Additional units arrived today and drove off in long columns of com- mercial bases. The troop trains in- cluded cars of militarv eouipmerit. It was learned that at least two brigades had been deployed near the Iran frontier within the last few days- Authonties appeared reluctant to discuss the manoeuvres, but it is no secret that at time of when snows are thawing along the ;ed frontier mountain are most alert for possible tribal uprisings. GARDINER (Continued from Front Psse.) The position was that most of the important engineering work already had been done and now being- checked. Farther Stories Conflict On Knife Grabber In Winnipeg Death April flicting stones of Tho picked up the krufe which caused the death e of Henrv N. Snight Marcn. 30 dur- LCXDOX. Apnl (C.P. over the propnetj of the government's decision to hold a victory parade in the midst of an austenty year seems 10 be subsiding in the face of rising public interest in plans for the big June 8 celebra- tions. Although the first reaction in economv of the vrestem provinces. Mr. MacSieo! also called for steps so imnrove the water supply of the Saskatchewan cities of Moose Jaw and Segina and said the House of Commons stood "condemned" until steos tassn to build a damsite. to "improve that supply. GARDINER'S REPL-T He feared the consecjences if s. bad fire broke cut in ore many districts was that conditions were" snli too tough to -srarrarit any rejoicing, the idea now seems to have caught the public faricy and Jasques Cas- and Ivan Camp- arrhed in. Ottawa 5V- _ centre about the were married in the Unitea unjOi-s "demand for a weekly mini- Kingdom and 281 babies vere bom. -n-age of for a 40-hour of earlier unions. in Canadian steel nlants. This Col. W. S. Murdoch, of. compares with novr paid in the bureau, declared today: the present of progress we cannot hooe to complete the move- ment of servicemen's deoendeats before the end of the year." Kamilion and Ssult Ste. Marie, Ont.. and S29.5S in Sydney, for a 48-hour tveek. Sees Revival Of Trade With G.B. OTTAWA. Apnl tion of impoit; restrictions on Ca- nadian goods, announced Monday bv the United Kingdom govern- ment, will enable Canadian mdus_- 5n 'RntfSri the j cav war to .resume mam- ;er Mac- j Smaon said Mondav. i in a statemect action, said protl- govem- to a coroners jury night. From evidence the jury concluded that Henrv Knight died from a stab wound while rishting with his wne. Mrs. Knight, who is charged with murder as a result of the stabbing, said it was her husband who grab- bed the knife and tried to stab her. "I took K from him." she said. were unable j came toward me and it went Him jae has tnea to stao Kffigoom's celebrations wiU oe don's Dig paraae. a douoie-ieature affair with a wished to make a brief comment; on TOR LOW COST LIFE INSURANCE SEE J. L. BARTMAN, Rep. MUTUAL LIFE OF CANADA 219 SHERLOCK BLDG, HTHBREDGE PHONE 4578 rigation scheme proposed by Mr. MacSlcoL However, he could not 'suoaort any attempts of the Do- to" infringe on provincial minion rights, Mr. Blackmore outlined tne value thai would be derived from irn- proiects on the S- Mary's rivers waich. passed and through his constituency. Thomas Held New Westmins- ter) agreed wita Mr. BlacSmorc that care saoaid oe taken to see that provincial rights were not in- fringed upon. Too much power was being "centralized in Ottawa. resolution had been work being done by the prairie farm rehabilitation administration. Mr. Gardiner said there already was an item in the estimates which would enable the P.F.EA- to draw funds from the reconstruction de- partment to undertake survey and engineering work to locate a dam- site on the Saskatchewan, nver and that engineering work would con- Works Minister George Tomlin- now were being imported Says U.S. Demands Logs For Steel VANCOUVER, Apnl Vancouver Sun in a. sewspage story ouotsd 2 British Colum- bia lumberman" as charging the United States state department has threatened to cut off vital steel ex- ports to Canada if the Dominion government does not lift its present embargo on leg escorts. The newspaper said the threat to British Columbia's already criti- cal housing situation came to Light. following weekend demands ay American congressmen that the Do- minion hit its wartime-Imposed prohibition on loz exports. Lifuag of the embargo would mean that American concerns could re blocks of lumber out of from crown timber lands ______i them. from I Under the quota system now la ITW-fkpa _ -_ son recentlv gave this of Canada nor large bulk: shipments force. 3o per cent 01 the lumber rwVioi- EuDplv is retained lor the Gomestic the labor and money required: 1. A work force of 560 men em- i such as wheas and i stuffs, lumber, base other food- metals and ployed fay his department in the war gcods subject to government pur- tinue The summer. position, "was that most of the important engineering work al- read> had been cone and now was being checked. Further work then would proceed, although he could provinces on wnai might be dose in the way cf irrigation. J. SL Dechene OU, Athabaska) said that onlv a few efficient sue weli-to-do farmsrs in Alberta could afford to take pars in an irriga- tion scheme operated in Alberta by the Canadian PsciSc Hailway. The the S- Mary's nver purposes. for irrigation WELCOME FOR (Continued from Front Page.) __s, over to the farmers. Before the government embarked on an undertaking such as had been proposed, there should be careful consideration as 10 how the ex- penditure was to oe met. IRRIGATION PROJECT OTTAWA, April indicate wear JMUW you can start your FLYING TRAINING Sepier Aviation Limited cave r.ov ccmmer_ced flylsg Sr-Strsctlon In their new Piper Cub Trainer. Operators -sill be conducted from temporary office located north of T.C.A. hangar at Kesyon Field. CHIEF INSTRUCTORS W. J. B. (BILL) MACLAREN Come out and take a trial. Half-Hour Lesson for his field marshal's uniform. "Workmen here are dauoing' fresh paint on the structure and flag- starls at the disembarfcatioa pier and roning off a large section where out. Mr. Knight away from. her. I went out to the fatchen. I don't know what hap- pened after that." Both were agreed that Knight bad come home drunk and had be- gun to quarrel with his wife. airs. Smght was remanded until Apnl 15. Paralysis Victim Strapped To Her Husband the general pubhc will watch brief arrival ceremonies. annv's efficient embarkation! Mrs Hunt was able to rain is aaving errra attention to breathe for only a short period CLEVELAND, April Mrs. Sidney Htmt, 29-year-old infantile paralysis victim, is these days, strapped to her husband and using a. unique pair of platform shoes he invented. The shoes are a like affair on which she stands and into which her husband slips his feet. Then, with their legs strapped together, they are able to move about the room. "At first three steps forward and three to the rear were her Mr. Hunt, a puolicity director for an advertising firm, said. "Lately, however, she has been able to move! about 160 steps as the result cf strength gained each During the initial pnases of the office for srz weeks; 2. A total cost of civil expendi- ture for victory celebration 3. An expenditure hy the war office on camps of ALLIES LEAVING SYKIA DAMASCUS, Apnl drawal of British and French troops chase. FEW VETERANS SEEK AID OTTAWA, Anril .three- day conference of supervisors o: market. ENORMOUS WAITING LIST OF DEPENDENTS Apnl Everv effort is being made to pro- ____________ if i vide'shipping accommodation for training from veterans department j dependents of Dominion service rehabilitation centres across Can- j and ex-serace personnel and others ada was told orilv one in every 20! who wish to go to the Dominions, veterans has applied for out-of- 1 John Parker, undersecretary for the work benefits. That figure was i dominions, told the house of com- from Spa is expectett ro be com- w woods, deputv j mons today. Mr. Parker said there pleted bv Apnl lo. Premier Saaa- "J -TI..I. minister. allah Jabri said Monday. Nation- al celebration of withdrawal day is scheduled for April 18 and IS. iwas an "enormous" waiting list. tTGANDA IN BRAZIL RIO DS JANEIRO. Apnl CC.P. Gable) The Canadian cruder j Uganda arrived, feere from Monte- j video, Uruguay, Monday. The war- j snip is -making a combined mstruc- i aon cruise and good-wili tour of South American ports. FIND CIVIL SERVICE JOBS FOR VETERANS OTTAWA. Apnl i ment departments are under in- j structions from ifoth the civil serv- ice commission ana the treasury j board to review their personnel with a. view to releasing temporary civil'. servants or replacing them with j veterans, it was disclosed in docu- meats tabled in the commons for G. K. Fraser (P.C, Peterborough team while in an erect position, out of her hospital respirator. To solve her husband rilled two hot water botues with air, lined them with a tube, and placed one under his clothing and the other under hers. Thus, the pressure of his breath- ing forced air into the other bag and controlled breathing of his wife. Lately, however. Mr. Hunt said, she has regained sufficient strength to Aortutama off Halifax harbor and i remain erect for more than an hour an will dip and wheel in and the bags, are no longer needed. 1 the governor-general but is making sure there -will be no hitch in handling the 900 Brinsn war brides and children who are coming to Canada on the same ship. "The governor's arrival will not cause one minute's delay in speed- ing the war hrides through, this an officer said. SEA, AIR ESCORT The destroyer Micmac tinder "dress ship" orders will meet the BELGIOT NEARER ECONO3HC RECOVERY SAYS HOOVER.1 BRUSSELS, April ben, Hoover said Monday that Sel- gium was nearer economic recovery j than any other western European i country. Working Parts Last Longer with Proper Lubrication Keep your Car Healthy and "Rarin" to Go" TWO DOWNTOTVX IXKJATIONS Beny ChevroIet-OIdsmobile Ltd. Main Garage open to midnight, Monday to Saturday Sunday: 9 sum. to 6 pjn. Phone 4055 for saiute. The welcoming party win include I Lieutenant-Governor H. S. Kendall and Premier Angus L. Macdonald of Nova Scotia, Sir Joseph Chis- nolm. chief justice of Nova Scotia; Deputy Mayor J. S. Ahem of Hal- ifax; Dr. 2. H. Coleman. undersec- retary of state, and Maritime area service chiefs. CUT IMPORTS Says Atom Not Bind of Armies April Gen. Guy Simonds. home from overseas where he commanded Ca- nadian forces la Sicily through to Holland, in an interview scouted (Continuec rroai Front Pass.} the idea that atomic warfare had the rear had been at the unprece- rendered the srmy obsolete. dented rate of 10 shillings in tne In. an hiver-continental war, in oouid or 50 cent of taxable in- ai-TV i other with atomic rockets, uonie. was siso au PLEASURE AND BUSINESS TRIPS in Cessna 4-passenger, twin-eaglned aircraft, with enclosed, corcfor able heated operating from Kenyon Field. Sngsrested flights: 'Computed cost per individual, on basis of fonr pas- sengers per flit hi) Frank Slide, Crow's Nest Pass and Waterion S 2JO 5.8G Local flight Taber and return Cardston and reium Medicine Hat and return___ 17.35 Glacier National Park. Lake McDonald and Waterton.. 1S.05 CThese prices subject to 13.75 Range, Tornado Mountain, AHuon Peak, Crow's Nest Pass and Frank Slide Federal Transportation Tax) 18.75 ord. It produced 000.000. A feature of the tax. fir-ires given by tne chancellor was that oh incomes, the excess profits j tax and the national defence eon- j winner would be the continent, had sufficient strength, in terms of army, to occupj the other government in its conversion from a j war to economv was the re- i ceipts of from sale of war stores. i Mr. Daltori said the actual ex- peiiditure for the year was OftjtXX) than had' been estimated. Tne realized deficit for the year was while towards! financing this deficit, small savings produced and United Nations must be backed by suffic- strength to enforce decisions. FRENCH FILM IS COLLABORATIONIST FOR 4338 OR 2410 Kepler Aviation Limited 7th St. S, Lethbridge OUTSE1L5 ALL OTHER LIGHT PLANES COMBINED LYON, France, April sehne Gael. French film star, was convicted by purge court of con- -aonds "and'savings" "bonds" pro- sorting witn a collaborationist and cured condemned to national indignity for Ke said the treasurv had spent' hfe. less of its vote of credit The actress was accused o. a re- frorn parliament than the 000000 lo-ed. He said he did riot regard the aebt of nearly as too large. "I see no reason to re- place it by more expensive means lationship dunr.g the German occu- pation with Tor.y Saunter, trigger man for the French Popular Party, a pro-Nazi organization, who recent- ly was executed. 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The budget calls for an increase TO TRATX AT VERXOX OTTAWA, April of the buildings erected during the war at the Vernon, B C, army train- ing centre to be retained for reserve force summer training, the defence department said in a re- turn tabled m the commons for Grote Stirling (P.C, The remaining buildings ars to be sold. 3 fo I In a recent surrey. 3 times as many voted "Kelloftg's" .their favourite Bran Flakes as'named any other brand. Look for the golden- yellow the large, r sizt. 1. if raolly III see roar doctor! But if you just feel dull acd you may only be suffering from incomplete elimination. Especially if you're orer 35. Here's bow one simple change of diet can help yon keep fie 2. Start right now to eat Kellogg's Bran Flakes every morning. N'o harsh doses.., fust keep fit the natural way! Get more of the "bulk" jour system needs by eating delicious, gently- laxaave Kellogs's Bran Flakes 'With Other Parts Of 3. Just thirty should prove to yoa how grand it is to feel alert, to c the energy for all the extra things you'd like to do. You'll want to go on keeping fit the Kellogg way! fit with Kellogg's every day in fhe year! -IWSPAPFR!