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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIBGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL Churchill Feared War With Japs, Urged U.S. Counter-Move WASHINGTON, April If. (A-PJ Winston ChurchiU pressed the President Roosevelt as early as February, "instill in Japan anx- iety" that a move toward Singa- pore would mean war with the United States. This was dirflosed Tuesday as the senate-house- committee in- vestigating: Jaoan's attack on Pearl Harbor. "Dec. 7. 1M1. was given new documents gathered from state department and White House files. One fiocasafs" "Aas a message then British prime ister 1941 Japanese or co: CUT you are able to do to ir- Jsoan araaew as to a; iirsr aivsucceee u: arer-iKs'auihorities attle- f welcome by Turks. the UJS. ba ship Missouri left its anchorage said: "Hare received better news con- cerning Japan. IT seems Jap lor-i eign minister is shortly going to j and Rome for thei purpose of covering the failure of j action againt: us. Tne fear of tee! The list of the government's "perpetual" pensions, paid to descendants of national heroes, nill end -when the present Lord Kelson is dead. Hugh DalUm. chancellor of the exchequer, said in London. QYHNFR Manning And Four Charges Defence Trying Disseminate O I ISnUvOllSUV I Attend A ..o n____- J_ -r Australian City Goes Beerless! Mrs. Eve-vn Poston. 16-y ear-old Presumably, the fed to -ahich he the lenc-lease act, en- her husband atter in a one-room cabin %uth few rcni essences. She had under Bv JACK HOLDSVTORTK. Press Correspondent. SYDNEY. Australia, Ajpl is a city of silent, sul- len nien these days. 'Ihere been a beer strike for a month and. to Sjdner- siders who are among the world's best beer-drinkers, this has been a Wow to the stomach and to sociability. The dnersider misses the social pint jit lunch or before- dinner, and he doesn't like it. There doesn't seesn to be any rha- the beer industry irk soon, but they emoiov- supplies i Ministers To Attend I Ottawa Conference EDMONTON. AprC i nuer EL C. Manning and four pro- Anti-Semitic Propaganda at Trial three-quarters of the beer for Syd- ministers -soil be Alberta's i before the internatic f ney and the state of New South. delegation to the Dominion-provjn-; tribunal that the def j cial conference to be held in Ot-; tempting to "disseminate anti- NTJERNBERG, AprU the rejectee material Justice Robert H. Jackson, chief! Justice Jackson reaa to the trf- united States prosecutor, charged bunal excerpts from Rosenbergs tional military book of documentary fence was at- Wales. Sydnev has only two big brewer-. tawa April 25, it was announced geaitic propaganda" through the les." The other is still iunetioiung Tuesday. j war crimes trial and had commit- but the beer it produces goes to Accompanying Mr. Manning Tsiil; a "flagrant case of contempt oalv a few hotels and then lasts. be Works Minister W. A, Fallow. 1 o? for only a short time. These hotels are rusbect by crowds 'and. rather than experience this battle of the bar. many of Sydnej "s j bee. are switching so spirr purposes x is a drought. i pacity. roiice report that the drought 1st causing a 'tag rise in crunks. Seer drinkers, unaccustomed to spirits. are finding the effect of spirits a A f JJj Attornev-General Liieien Msvaarc. which characterized evidence Jews as a Health 'Minister W. W. Minister X. EL Tanner. and "bastard population arrogant, shread and crooked." "The United States cannot prlni and disseminate to the press this violent anti-Semitism." Justice "The defence i Justice Jackson based his charges h s ton an iatiiiri 5 3 attle of the bar. many of Sydney's! J. P. Penpal, deputy Provincial Semitism, this tribunal at the jeer-drinkers are going %Khout. or -treasurer, and H G. i board. That is wrong. ire switching to spirits. To a-1 in- aorks minuter -aill go vuh SJaierial 'described asjTae issue noi Rosepoergs Loss too sudden. an: rubbish' io the printers by Rosenberg's counsel after it had been rejected bv the tribunal. nts British consulted Cost of in Ottawa eg an average [iCiTCilSSMl W' which i weaker than Japan's forces. in Poland bv relief organiza-1 ticos. V.'arsaw radio has reporteo. by QtMwa Board of Trade has j tabulations of the election i seats in .Argentina's con- j fOr tne April 15-Mav 4 U.S. Faces Lack Of Flour, 60 Days Justice Jackson's charges brought an immediate and sharp reaction j BITTERN LAKE. Alia April 10 from defence counsel. i of undetermined orisin j spokesman, sail, Dr. which this toa'n 34 miles; Rudolf Dix. replied ivith a sug- 1 south of Sdnionion early Tuesday, gestion tliat Justice Jackson re- Highlights In The News 30 senate seals. L.vle Saxon. 54, author, die VTASHINGTCX. April 10. Americans may be without flour within "60 days because of wheat, shortage. Car! McKenzie. president of the Millers National Federation, told a conference of asriculture department officials and representatives of the milling and baking industries. He said miners are running low on wheat and are y. j building as a shop and divelling place had been razed. The blaze was fanned by a north wind and officials believed if had not been for the work of the Camrose fire brigade, the ysll- j age would have been a mound of' the facts." Justice and eshlbitied to mbunal stenciUed copies of prosecutor proposed shutting off printing facilities io the defence. Rosenberg's counsel conteaced that the anti-Semitic passages read bv Justice Jackson were quotations from a French philosopher and were included in the printing or- der "by mistake." The tribunal ruled that a special master be appointed Io rule on the relevance of material submit- ted for printing. CHARGE BLACK MARKETS IN BEEF IN ONTARIO Argentina has taken the stsncl; tawa. has advised prospective North is up" to the United States j Atlantic travellers that if they charee that Arsen- planned carh- return to Canada ia did not fulfill its intemationsl they sho-jlti pcstnone trias to Sur- Orleans o; undergoing an operation. Teen-agers with -22 rifles are en- risntrenng: many liies and _causing monetary loase; by shooting trols ia the United States. Through a typographical error, the j ec Press reaoned the ites unable to buy more. The conference called to con- dis- I TORONTO. April markets in beef flourish throughout meet. abroad. to faaune areas t i lion with tile retention Oi me Ai- d i berta Government Telephones head -I- v i tBv The Canadian Homcrarci bound: I Due at (Wed- j nesday) witii 171 returning person- j nel, all senices. TROOPS OS THE MOVE ajjd real, officials of the Ontario Live- stock Yards and Packing House representatives charged here. "There has been s. lot of that, a black market exists." said j F. C. Fletcher, general manager of the liveswk: yards here. "It is up io the prices board to see that ceil- ing prices are observed." Admiral William F- A. I_ Lang of Canada Packers Yellowknife, X.W.T.. town orJiciais: Jr.. 55. is resting comfort- said that people who previously sn thas city. "BCIX" HALSEY AILIXG PHTLADSLPHIA. April ficial said in Sydney, X.S. Mrs S- Hhvizo celebrated her S2nd birthday at Shuhenacadie. "V S and WES suest-cf-honor ar a birthdar partv." She did a "hcit taa step" as cone more than half a century ago. assisted by an- other octogenarian, Mrs. Lucy Barr. sale ever held brousht manv sou-.enir hunters to Kensington Palace for disperse! of furnishings i left bv Princess Beatrice Queen Victoria's vounsest daughter who I died in-lS44. i The i Evelyn Harri smoulderine Toronto. Verdict of accidental death was reraised in Montreal in the case of Annette Bernatchez 22-year-old accidentailv set the bed on fsre. hote! chajnbennaid who Blunged to Coroner said death was caused by her death from window of her asphyxiation. room on the eighth floor of s. hotel. uroceediass CpL H. J. (Tiny) Morgan. Mondsv. in the former driU hail on the campus. dcesn'c mean 13.000 students are wntins exams, but that the stu- examinations will reach r. figure." said G. B. Taylor. mass iome- large whom 500 will write at a tune. ,_ 1-1 4 been instructed by city coun- ius. j to Premier E. C. Man- coimec- be" "the "There appears no cause for alarm." Packers or Swift could pay and not suffer a loss under ceiling- prices. Out of Control in U.S. "WASHINGTON, April Representatives of major meat packers asserted the black market in meat in the United States is out talk I control. The price system in the industry has broken down, and the "only remedy" is removal of pnce controls. TVeslev Hardenbergh. president of the American Meac Institute, said the number of meat; Backing estab- kshments had leaped from in 1939 to 26.665 last July. Of these. 14500 slaughterers were able to survive without apolying for subsidies of about S2250 per head on cattle and SC25 on hogs, he said. "The conclusion is obvious." Miss Ann Barabasn and her i roommate. Rose Rozys-a, were back Dorotha Powers, youns: tipiinist. j-j their two-room suiie in a down- has purchased Fritz Kreislers 23o- 1 Edmonton apartment, bloc _ __ burly year old Stracivarius violin, valued j Curdle BarracSs soldier. Calsarv. i at SSO.OOO. Hembert "Wurlitzer. auth- of continued until Aurii 16 pend- ority or- old instrarnents who hand- ter ing apoea! of a. reQUisirion frorr- the TJaiteld States Secretary of State for extradition of the nan police allege Js Ralnfc Jerome Selz. an es- ied the sale, said in New Pur- chase nrice was not disclosed. Mrs. Joanna Anderson, 100, died caped Caiifo'rnlan murderer. in her sleep at her in this Morzan. arrestec last Tuesdav. aa- I northwestern "Manitoba village. 30 before Chief Judee J "W. I miles northeast of Karnsack. Sask_ Chief Justice R- Howson rta suprems court had order- _____landlord and landlady. Tom and Maggie DpUnchuk. to open the suite, which they padlocked Satur- dav. XTcDonald and Col- Nonrsan Diasle acted as lawyer for the ac- cused. The Guateinalian Congress passed a decree deciarina: its Monday. A native of Sweden, she; came to Canada in 1904 and never i had been attended by a doctor. A telegram received by the Zion- has _______ __ _ _ 1859 treaty trftb. Great Britain had laps- edL paving the wsv foir a fight for -----__._ the return of British Honduras to i there have threatened mass suicide Guatemala. Under ths treaty Brit- unless allowed to proceed to Pales- j was ceded about Mming and metallurgy experts from across the Dominion and from various sections of the United with these two im- z fields of enterprise began sessions in Montreal in annual con- of the Canadian Institute I that 1.100 Jews on board a ship; Delegates square ain was ceded about 7500 miles of land in Guatemala. Hon. Arthur Welsh. Ontario Min- ister of Travel and Publicirr. has announced appointment of Torn C. ilcCaH, 36-vear-old native of Port Dover. as deputr minister of the province s neisres; department. Resources ISinister Glen !n Ot- tine. Madeleine Carroll. British film star who once said she would tending the Prime Minister Chifley announced that the Australian cabines has ap- proved Australia being represented at a British Commonwealth confer- aci for the said an ence io discuss proposed legislation Londor. that she had 'chanced her on one nationality operating gen- mine and would apoear in st least eraily in British Commonwealth countries. The cabinet also approv- ed the principles embodied in the film for a new British company organized by ex-servicemen. j recently introduced Canadian citi- four days o' tainulP-ous i zeaship oilL Using Fakers Chocolate made roe use Fak ti Cocoa" iers iOtPD naturally expect cocoa by the vnakers of Baker's Chocolate to be rich-flavored satisfying. And you'll be amazed at the deliciousness of cocoa sold under the Baker's name! Baker's Cocoa, prepared as directed on the package, is smooth and creamv with true chocolate flavor and color. And because irs all pure cocoa, it goes further you get up to 90 delicious servings from the thrifty 1-poond package. CIRL SAYS Serve Baker's Cocoa as a between-meal "pick- up" with cookies for refreshments or as an easy way to give substance to light meals. And remember, Baker's gives grand results, in all recipes that call for cocoa so to satisfactory! BAKERS COCOA Confined In a straight jacket. wiih her feet bound and a gag in. her mouth, ills. Ssperanfe Pisanti. 49, saz through, a session of her trial in New Torfc for the siaymg of Mis. Nancy Cataiano in May, 1942. The binding and gagging of jhe was resorwd TO on orders of Judge Samuel Leibowitz to speed up the trial after Jlrs. Pisanu had staged a repetition, of a series of hysterical scenes. Reduction In income taxes through increased exemption to low-income workers was urged on the by the Standard Railway Brotherhoods. The railway unions "made their representations in a brief submitted to Prime Min- ister Mackenzie King. Three housewhes each richer alter finding lolded bills in their apartment house mailboxes at Buffalo, N.Y. Discovery of the money started a treasure hunt by more than 600 faaulies in a public housing project where the apart- ment building is located, but; no one else reported finding money. Police were at a loss to explain the source of the bills. The racial problem is the most dangerous confronting the English- speaking world. R. M. (Bob) Millar. Vancouver, executive secretary of the Institute for Inter-Racial Friendship, said In an address to a Toronto service club. "We must evangelize Asia or the white race is on the way said Mr. Millar. Sullen and suspicious, 41 Japan- ese soldiers have surrendered on j Lubang Island, it was announced at Manila. The surrender virtually ends a seven-wesk campaign to clear the island, off Manila Bay. of Japanese renegades who had been terrorizing the countryside. Workmen -sho removed the cover from a yecop.d-century sarcophagus at ihe Metropolitan Muse-im of Art in New York found to their mrpris? the huge stone vault was with hundreds of cicaret and cigar tautts. Officials believe visitors. puffmg away in the '110 smokins" precints of the museum, sot rid of the evidence bv dropping the butts ,in the vault's openings. Grave concern at the .shortage of farm labor was expressed at an ex- ecutive meetin? of the Ontario Fed- eraUon of Agriculture in Toronto. Increased employment in manu- facturing during January, with a corresponding upward mo-vcmeni of hours worked ar.d wases. has been reported by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics in Ottawa. A fforfuet of General Foods Kappy. a machine oper- ator lost, an arm v.hcn a motor truck crashed into a street car on i which he was nding last July 3, was .awarded damages of in To- ronto in his action against Jack i McLaughlin, contractor and owner of the truck, and Gordon Winfrey, driver. Resources Minister Glen rcoorted in the commons he had issued a total of 950 temporary permits for entry into Canada of refugees trans- WE JOIN WHOLEHEARTEDLY III CANADA'S WELCOME TO GENERAL DESIGNATE OF CANADA HIS EXCELLENCY FIELD-MARSHAL THE RIGHT HONOURABLE VISCOUNT ALEXANDER OF TUNIS and Lady Alexander General and front-line soldier has lon beld IS'ow, we" in Canada are proud to proffer our loyal support in Bis new undertaking. greet him as a friend the British Famil of ZSations. EATON c PLEASE TL'RX PAGE FOR EATON'S DAILY STOKE NEWS! BRANCH STORE KWSPAPLRl ;