Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Gardiner Appeals For Food Saving i _jy sacrifice the United States is willing to bear." DELAYS DECISION WASHINGTON, April 11. The United States government to- day held off its decision whether! drastic steos are needed atj ne to tide famine areas abroad] the present critical shortage of Threaten By-Paw Federal Rules over the present critical SOOTJ Apnl 11 Scientists Urge Atomic Control mem- ATLANTIC CITY, N-J- April Glenn T. Seabory, of plntonium, said Wednesday that sinless effective Fairbanks To Seattle Over Alaska Highway SEATTLE. Apnl A. Johnson and Paul G. Greimann of Fairbanks. Alaska, arrived here Wednesdav after an automobile trip over the Alaska highway and re- Shotgun Wedding Repercussions BALTTMOSS. Apni Charging he had been forced to mam- a divorcee at the poict of he- brother's V. Steope filed suit here lor an annul- ment. Steppe said that when he re- ____s the former CALF EATS HORSE'S TAIL. FARMER FIXED LESO6AY, Ont.. April faiUng to provide proper shelter, food and water for his Irvestocfc. ESmer Jewell. 43- year-olG farmer of nearby Lst- tie Britain. fined and costs or 30 dare in jaiL. Evi- dence was that a calf was so hungry it started to eat the horse's taiL "Can you imagine a caif eat- .....was Attor- calf the replied the accused. .THURSDAY, APRIL 11. 1946 Trouble Faces Improper Wear Of Old Uniforms As Inefficient Edgar C. Bain, vice-president of Carnegie-IHuiois Steel Corporation. CALGARY. Apnl Con- siderable embarrassment is bgnjc caused military authorities in garv and Edmonton by army rever- ses" who, after return to civilian life, continue to urear odd of their old uniforms. Prosecutions haie occurred In three instances locally ia the lass few weeks and men have oeea fined in civil police court lor impro- periy rearing iiaiforras. Under the criminal code It Is an. offence for a civilian to wear aiajestv's uniform or a dress so similar" as to be mistaken lor one. The araiv permits 2 man on dis- charge to" continue wearing uni- form for 30 days in order to pro- vide with reasonable tune in which to get new clothes. Each soldier js allowed to take one arasy outfit vdth him on discharge. Officials are giving the whole charge Tyr savins food, fered to ration bread in Brit.-------t leaving i" :a the snotss. Thus leas j cijg Cnlted States would do tr.e -c- be removed of r-p-, same. ply. It will fee taken by cur scares sat Sir- Anderses teat cen- a- delivered to thcss whD sumer rationing of either bread or s_______ Then there fioar dunnc the present emergency sa'd last night at the matter close study at present and Our pOK'.sor: i'e dont want to associated with the Oak 5 _ p-o'ect. said chemists may roac. bfTab'o chaise the srcpemes of j Gasoline station and lunch rooms lan-Xiar solids IS toll as a result of are about 350 miles apart on tne to drive" over the principles of the y, i as may be necessary for the mam- sjates grew tons in 1 tenance of international peace ane 1940> capacity enabled j fhat to do with it. Then Canada. Australia techniques ccscovered in the atomic highway, they and bomb development. i Under bcuibarcmer-t oy fast neu- RUSS SUPPORT SEEK of that I it is hkely that something definite the Cnited. "near fu- ture. American mills to produce enough steel during the wartime period to Andrei A. Gromyko. who Tester- inake _a square steel bar j day sas relieved of his amaassa- dokal duties by Moscow to free him for full-time "work as the Soviet delegate to the security council, has not identified himself with the Pol- ish charges, but conference obsm- i ers fully expected he would give his support to Poland in pressing J the action. products from Be outlined the operation of the meat board and said farmers should deliver their finished livestock as Dominion Prom those mos; throaghou 3y CLYDE BLACS3UHN (Canadian Press VTASHZNGTON. April 11. most critical period In this bombardment. T" countrv will be between swar i------------------- to retro do- to replace tae presen. abroad. A commiKee of experts j f -srheat eno'4gh to reed "irlth ilr. Picard that the ceparvme s He said: "Prices are UP (to retailers rvhc buv from black market operators) j from four cents to six cents above j ceilings this week. j men in bjaci; mar- Moscou- announced last Eight that SI. Gromvko -sras being replaced as ambassador to the "United States b_ OFFERS (Continued Jrora FaEe.> the trorlc -arho are raced vnrji star- vation sad death." TEAK CALORIE DROP Commenting on the cabinet's of- fer to ration bread a stea neier taken during the -Ear the SricsJi House-sires today asked hair Administration "ii assigned the task of revising and means and instructed to report to tne board Mondar. Mr. Gardiner fle-ar here "Wedr.es- cav. -sith his deputy. Dr. G. S. H. Bartoa. and left return to Otta-s-a by the same imtnediataly after the government prooosed to make: the meeting. UD the diSerence should such ra- "It -sras a very useful meetng. up the difference should such ra- tioning force the calorie intake be- lotr the 2.500 figure listed by a sd- enrise advisor of shs food ninissy es necessary- Sischange Telegraph. British commented: happens. Britain can- not HO-K" be accused either in Amer- ica. or elsewhere of selfishly cung- iag to hishsr food standards than the situaiion can justify. She shows she is to accept the minister said. It was reported he told the board what Canada was doing and that the program recently launched here to meet the world food emergency considered to be abreast of If not ahead of the steps taken in other supplying countries. Asked about the British offer at the offer had not also been The Quality of Service You Want At a Price You're Willing to Pay All Work and Parts Guaranteed TWO DOWNTOWN LOCATIONS Beny Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Ltd. Main Garage open 7 ajn. to mlonlrat, Monday to Saturday Sunday: S un. to Mldtught Phone 4O55 for service __a feared.' _ ._ report issued by tne crop re- porting board of the agriculture ce- j partment predicted a record harvest of winter "wheas this year, but i'-s figures indicated supplies may ve onlv three-quarters of the needed for 'domestic and foreign commitments. ____ SITUATION DETERIORATES ALEXANDERS (Continued rran Front kets cannot be blamed. They have for years conducted an honest busi- ness" and. -Kith the government ins things up so that they are in dancer of losing their investment, thev have had to do something. v.-ill al-vravs be people pav higher pnces for something d'affaires Mikolai V. No- because of M. Gromyko's ap- as permanent Russian ta to the "security council. POLISH CHARGES The Polish charges which XI. Gromyko is esnected to support, declare thai fugitive German scient- ists are developing ultra-modern weapons under Generalissimo S to reach from the earth to the moon. An interim report by the com- mittee oa education and vocational training for coal miners stated that in spite of the continued and earn- est endeavors of many enthusiasts, vocational training in Canada re- mained in "a rather embryonic state." particularly in coal mining. The report, embodying submis- sions from sub-committees in Nova Scotia, and Alberta, said this train- ing should be in three categories, to suit the miners at the face, the foremen and the engineers or man- agers rescectively. But even the miner must have a thorough experi- ence as a miner at the face, if he is to understand his men and their problems. cisco Franco's charges imolied arotectioa. that such The "new that" others can't pay. and they, means of warfare" Trere designed to -Kith ceiling "prices and no j meet the competition of the atomic _ _ _ mt_ _. floor prices, are to blame lor the black market." BREAK CEHLJNG MONTREAL. AprU The "Montreal Gazette said today that "black znarkec operators are cur- needling beef in Montreal at three to five cents a. pound over rain, the handsome British soldier ceiling tsrices." ad his fceaiiuful wife relaxed anc The newspaper said an the lakes and hills LONDON. April Scotia covered with a fresn London newspapers today gave top mantle of food v to reports of the ceteriorati-g: d situation and Britain's offer: A- their fee: were the children Se" bread raTioning if the j hearts. have already Canadian States -were to do the same. There -fi-as senous-eyed Hose, 13. The political correspondent of the i who is fretting a bit because sne etrs Chronicl" said, that behind the three snaggy sneepdogs the British move were two facts, j "The first is that the wheai sit- uation fra-? worsened seriously, pri- marilT because American farmers have "no; brought into the market the amount of grain which they scheduled vroofs and snorts at Cash- ing camera bulbs. COLUECTS BO) BTTLBS There was 10-vear-old Shane, a happy grin, who kept an eye of awe on one of the red-coated Empe ror In the fifth century, the Wen Mountain, west of the city of Wucheng, was set aside for the Emperor. On its fertile slopes Chinese workers labored to grow the Imperial "tribute tea." farmers apparently to secure a higher price-level later or as feed for livestock which bring in a bigger than the sale of. wheat drrect. "The second fact is that; Mr. La Guardia who recently took over the leadership of UNBRA has been con- ducting a characteristic blitz to secure a bigger allocation of supplies for Italy, Yugoslavia, Greece and Poland." The Conservative Daily Telegraph said even housing must be post- poned if it means the occupation of land used for foodstuffs. The other paaers did not com- ment Immediately on the dsvelop- I ments which they greeted with flar- I ing headlines. i 3ICST AVOID WASTE LONDON. April Britain must do everything 1 possible to produce more food and avoid waste during the "greatest food crisis in history." Prime Min- j ister Attlee said in opening 3. cain- j paign to encourage production of such foods as potatoes in home gardens and allocated plots to sub- stitute for bread. LITTLE OTTAWA REACTION OTTAWA, April British cabinet decision to ration oread if the United States would take similar action stirred little re- tow hair, who collected cozens of dud camera bulbs and played aames with, them unnl tanner time. He joined Kose and Shane in eating big gobs of ice cream, too. As the tram passed through the countryside, knots of persons gath- ered at various wayside stations to wave handkerchiefs and the gov- ernor-general and Lady Alexander tried to acknowledge as many greetings as they had for. Az Halifax the Aquitania, sharp on time, loomed through the drizzle and after tags nosed the ing transport into the pier. Lady Alexander had her hands full di- recting operations in connection with a final inspection, of the three children and their big friendly dogs and direction of the handling of a ton and a half of luggage. The unloading of the baggage considerable interest. It was like watching the arrival of the new neighbor's furniture. It seerned to be composed mostly of clothing and personal_ effects _ including a bike and a phonograph. Typical English touches were a bundle of shooting sticks, a straw picnic hamper and a. couple of cricket bats. Members of the crew came off and volunteered the informa- action in official circles here bu; it was pointed out that bread ration ing official of a large meat packinghouse told of this situation and added that beef black marketing had been "Darticuiarly bad in the last 10 davs." Also, unless the flow of cat- tle" from -western Canada increased, the situation would be considerably worse in the next; two or three age. The Palish delegation declin- ed to elaborate on the nature of the weapons allegedly being devis- ed in Spain, which was a proving; THERD TRY AT SUICIDE ENDS LIFE OF GIRL, 21 SAN FRANCISCO. April blond Virginia Hepburn, whose "body clad only in panties was found on a hotel balcony after a gar week-end, apparently had succeeded in a third attempt _ at suicide, oolice said Wednesday. ground for certain moaern arms m j ascribed to the 21-year-old the Snanish eivii war. j D'uneed in darkness ves- By withholding the Polish charges Jg, against Spain until yesterday, Pol- to ish delegate Oscar Lange assured priority for discussion of M. Gromy- ko's demand that the Iranian ques- tion be dismissed when the council resumes its sessions at 3 pjn. .Q.S.T. Monday. Japan's Hoard Of Gold Grows TOKYO. April 11. Gen. MacArthur Tuesday took new steps to regulate Japanese finances as beavily guarded track convoys add- ed another bars of silver bullion to an uncounted hoard of gold, silver, platinum and precious stones in the vaults of the Bank of Japan. Still awaited as the bank were two trackloads of gold, silver, and Qlatinum ingots discovered lass week" in the mud of Tokyo Bay. Dumoed off a last July by Japanese officers hoping to save them for up a greater Japan after things quieted a Japanese informant said this treasure was estimated to be worth some yen about S2200.000.000. Experts are working to recover it from the bay bottom. PRESIDENT t'E'l'LD DS JANKEKO, April (OP. Jose Dutra The" official was emoted as say- j oj Brazn -wednesdav was a lunch- ing that western meat producers eon apparentlv were holding back cat- to fatten them up, bun it was this lack of supplies that caused black marketing- There was "nothing the matter in Montreal that a few hundred from a" seventh-floor room balustrade, a strange career including two unsuccessful efforts to kill herself, an escape from a hospital for the insane and arrests for "intoxications. RE-OPEN GALLERY X. April Cable) Tate gallery, home of Bri- tain's most, famius art treasures, -was re-onened Wednesday with, a collection of 71 paintings owned by Rt. Hon. Vincent Massey, retiring aboard "the Canadian! Canadian high commissioner in head of cattle a settle." -would not Retreat From Dairying Seen On Prairies London. cruiser Uganda now visiting here. DEATH PENALTY DECREED BERLIN. April Allied control "council decreed the _ death nenaltv or hard labor for ped Isi> vemcle. for anv German attempt i uo a. dime from the pavement ana to -econstruct military installations i continued his route. "I coliecu in "Germanv. The law is effective i more money that way, publication. on.April 17. "S2.25 so BT7S DRIVER'S HARVEST COFPEYVILLE. Has.. April Driver W. P. Dodson stop- out. he said. HOME OIL DIVIDEND CALGARY. April fifth consecutive dividend of 15 cents a. share -Rill be paid May 15 to Home Oil Comoany shareholders, it is an- nounced in" the comoam 's annual report released Wednesday by James R. of Vancouver, president. The dividend Tirill amount to STCDENT 1VORRIES WINNIPEG, AprU dent war veterans" at the University of Manitoba have two major worries and the high cost of liv- ing. A university survey today showed the married students find- ing it difficult to keep their families, homes are broken up and in one case a divorce" is pending. LAXATIVE GETA25'IOX OTTAWA, April ery butter production suffered an- other setback m March, with a de- clice of 20 per cent, compared -with the same month last year, the Do- minion Bureau of Statistics report- ed "Wednesday. Production was pounds against in March, 1945, and all tjrovinces showed decreases except Quebec where some factories formerly producing cheese had turned "to butter. The most substantial decreases, were recorded in the prairie pro- vinces "where the' retreat from dairying is becoming more and more the bureau said. IS YOUR SO MUCH WHITER THAU MINE? 175 w w tion that "the guvnor" was a good sailor and so was his family. "When the governor finally walked Tftk feet pays of in small population, would have little effect on the over-all wheat sup- ply. _____ LAGCARDIA'S ANSWER WASHINGTON, April F. H. LaGuarfiia. director-general of the United Nations Relief and Be- .____.___ to a side port he selected an open the Domiruon's insjfad, of the freshly painted cov- ered gangway and walked onto Canadian soil with a friendly smile and a wave much to the delight of photographers. The war brides threw TIJTTI kisses and the spectators cheered. He looked up with -a. wide acknowledg- ing grin when the band played the !St. Patrick's Day" march cf his bracing Notice the rigid to open, handier to use. With sturdy inuerlining to help Ireep moisture fiavor in. Also in tea bags. habilitation Administration, said ,t -aixics.5 that "if Denmark or any other old" Irish regiment, country has meat, we want it, and if nobody else will buy it, we will." Mr. LaGuardia declared "the U.N. RJUV. has no control over the raeat allocations of Denmark or any other _ country: that is the function of i the combined food board.' BEGINS FIGHT fContinued rrom Front Fagej I DOCOIENTS SUBMITTED sas statement was issued to deny j German" documents citing United remark of Jacob Tvedegaard, chairman of the Danish aericul- Coronation Stone Never Left Abbey LONDON, April 11 (C.P. historic coronation stone -which vanished from Westminster abbey during the never left the abbey pre- cincts, but -was buried in a, vault beneath Islip chapel, a part of the abbey, it was learn- ed Wednesday. The wartime hiding place of the stone which, was restored to its proper place two months ago was disclosed by officials of the dean of "Westminster's office. They said onlv the coronation chair was re- moved from the abbey and sent to Gloucester cathedral. A tslan of the stone's hiding place" was sent to Ottawa as an additional precaution during the war. The stone traditionally lies beneath the coronation chair. At Ottawa Tuesday location of I by Joachim Von j Islip chapel was given as the town is! efforts to prove of Islip. Oxfordshire, through States deliveries of war materials and a SI loan to Russia lure ministry's cattle meat com- were submitted mittee. who was quoted as saying j Ribbentrop in that his coantrv's cold storage ware- i that Germany's declaration of war I confusion of place names at the are filled with meat "that on the United States resulted from j United Kingdom information of- fice. Through counsel, the former for- j The documents accompanying minister also submitted to the j the chart of the stone's hiding intemaljonal miiltarv tribunal place which was preserved during houses are _ several European countries would j actions beyond his control. like to OUT, but according to the U.N allocation lists thev are not able or allowed to do so quotations from a radio speech bv i the war in the vaults of the Ban's the late President Roosevelt an- of Canada, said only that the fam- nouncing that, certain areas of the ous stone was hiccen in the vault high seas would be designated as i of Kip chapel- Xo further iden- riecessary to Antencan defence, and tification was given. that German and Italian warships' DEBATE OLD AGE (CcnUnued from Front Page.> int on such work Further, zr. affidavit from von' v T Mining Institute >____....________, 1 old pa: sion enough money on whicli to live. committal. Mr. Green izrjnediate irs-S The Von Ribber.trop MONTREAL, April 11. R, J. Schumacher, Ont., vice- president and general manager of documents j Mclntyre Porcupine Mines, Limited. auguratlon of plans to pay tensions were introduced after the defence was Wednesday elected president of to all 70 and over regardless of for Reid Marshal Wilhelm Keitel the Canadian Instirate of XGning means, and to nee2y persons be- finished its case. and Metallurgy at the annual gen- tweeri 65 and TO. Such legislation. eral meeting. "He succeeds Dr. Alan j he said, should be accompanied by! TV t E. Cameron of Batfax, Nova Scoua use RINSOro GET BETTYS PRESSES SNOWY WHITE[ Canterbury Featured at SAFEWAY STORES, LIMITED a move to get going a retirement f insurar.ce plan under which would pay during thP-.r years for the pension they drair in their latter years. such R there wa? no reason why the penfionab3e age could not be reduced to 60. AWAIT CONFERENCE Mr. Picard. while agreeir.5 that increaspd pensions and abolition o: the means test were desirable, said that he felt the resolution untimely beccuse the Dominion-provincial conference was to reconvene this month to resume study of federal proposals. Mr. Ashby called for payment of a pension of a month to all 50 and over, without any means test. Mr. Irvine urged adoption of the PACKERS deputv minister of mines, in the of- Sce. Vice-presidents chosen included: R. C. Brehaut of Shemdon. Man, J for Manitoba and Saskatchewan. I i Crawford of Edmonton f or j John lueT rrern TTont Pa2C.> prosecutions for violations cor.cern- ir.g tr.cat ha.e netted S2.1S5 sssce !he of :he year, including three Alberta, and W. E. Cockfleid of cases ;n Toronto "Enforcen-.ent in j Vancouver for British Columbia. rural arras as well as in Toronto win coaur.ue to be it WAR BRIDES HAVE added. ALEXANDER SOUVENIRS EVERYONE KNOWS TORONTO. 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