Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGB HERALD PAGE THREE Romania Hit? WESTON, Mass, April- strong earthquake, prob- ably in Romania, which seis- mologists said was as severe as the one that caused the re- cent tidal n-ave off Alaska, was recorded at Weston College at pjn. 3LS.T. yesterday. Rev. Daniel Linehan, SJ.. re- ported. Father LlEehari said a second! phase of the shock was recorded at j E: pjax. atid that the disturb- I ance was aboui, 4.745 miles from J Bcfrtoa. probably in Romania. Its lasted about three hours. la New York city. Rev. Joseph Lvnch, Fordham University raolosist. said two "quite tevere" earthquakes were recoided here at and pjn. vesteray. father Lynch said the shocks about "4.750 from Neis- but the direction was not determinable. Famine's Grim Toll Die tn Winter JM5-46- From lack at Food FEARFUL OF RETURNING SALUTE WHILE IN CIVVIES Lord May, 74, Noted English Economist, Dies LONDON, April Ki May, 74. noted British economist and financial expert, died here yes- terday. As Sir George May he helned ease Britain through the economic crisis of the early 30's. He was aapointed chairman of the national economv committee in 1931 with the task, of slicing pub- lic expenditure. His report on Bri- tain's" economic Dcsition made as. the behest of "the labor govern- ment of the late Prime Minister Ramsav MacDonald. A veteran insurance executive, Lord Mav started out with the Pru- dential Life Assurance Company at the age of 16. He retired from the company's secretaryship in 1931 after 44 years service. He was created a baron in 1935 and his title goes to his son, the Eon. John Lawrence May. As head of the economy commit- tee, the then Sir George May re- commended cuts In the budget Inaugurated a period of in- tense austerity it spending. British public Experts Form World Force To Keep Peace TORONTO, April of sufficient food lulled Dfoplf in the winter of 1915-46, Ontario division council of the Canadian Red Cross Society was told today by divisional commissioner John A. Marsh, who added a. warning that in the next >ear three times as many will die vf star- n were killed in tne Second Great War. "That is an understatement, not an he told the council's 25th annual meet- ing He said the was computed by comparison of indices from countries in acute areas and from United Nations Relief and Rehabilita- tion Administration figures. To help relieve conditions the Canadian Red Cross purchased and sent abroad relief goods valued at 59.000.000. This rear it proposed to spend about COO.OOO of its remaining war funds on relief supplies for war- stricken populations in Europe and China. HALIFAX, Apni member of the Irish Guards Regiment and graduate of Britain's famed Sandhurst Rojal Military College. Yis- count Alexander finds it hard to forget the regiment- al manner. Before leading the liner Aouitania to land in Hali- fax "Wednesday, he confided in a ship's officer that his chief worry was he a paid forget he was in civilian and return the gen- oral salute of an honor guard in the army manner. Caddie Menaced Coast Ropers Seek His Capture; Plan to Use Plane For Job VANCOUVER, April Ot j fee. the thirds of which will be di- Warning to "Caddy" Cadboross- vided equally beravea syadi-: cate. the park board, and the s jubilee committee. It is the intention of the i aums: Beware of low-flying planes Biih lassos dangling froza thenx! For a synacate. composed of A. K. McMartm of Vancouver and his S eicate to circularize sacuzier "re- ilondav. j association, has been formed for S ar.d on the island, express, p-jrpoee of capturing tfcem to telephone when j ;ch sight of the big mon- i______ FOUR-DAV HOLIDAY FOa GOVT. EMPLOYEES EDMONTON. April KJJ Provincial government employees throughout Ai- berta n-ill receive a four-day holiday at Easter time, it anno-jnced. Government offi- ces will close April 18 and Trill not reopen until Apni 23. giving civil servants a holi- day Saturday as well as on Good Friday and Easter Named Inspector Of High Schools EDMONTON, April Warren, afc superintendent ofs UN. Meeting At World's Fair Site, New York the exoress. piirpoee of j ahve B.C.'s famous sea-mossier, j SJlev said to ream the waters of She ancou- A te 0514 :h the necessary tackle to lasso and sow him back, alive to j 3 Martin, sought permission to hosise in a citv-owrsed pool The beard, left :he matter in .he he is captured hands of P. B. Stro- I- is the intention of the sycdi- i yan who rcu-.tered under his breath cate 10 board the -pool in and ex- J the cuts are no; an the nut- hibit "Caddv" upon payment of a" house." i pointed an inspector of high schools NZW TTOSK, April 4, for Alberta, Dr. W. H. Swift, dep-; Slayer William arsscsnced ff aty minister of ediicatjou, said to-! today the selection, of world's day. He "Mil begin his duties Then site at Flashing as the term opens next f aS. i the interim EteedBg place of 1 Dr. Swift said as appointment j United NaUozLs. ff was necessary because the number; Sperrr gyroscope plant of inspectors had been increased. Lafe- Success, lake Island, 1 j> from three to four. Tfle district considered as a possible she of S to which Mr. Warren be named uKerxra headq'jarters, -aras chosen j has not been decided, bat K. is ex-' as office headquarters of she pected to be sa tfce soutcem pars NasioEs, the reaver added. of the province. The announceinerit isade i after a 2Q-murate scenting this of Trygre Lie. see- HOWE DENIES RUMOR Progress Of India Mission Pleases Survey Farm____________________ Labor Needs NEW SHIPPING PLAN Retire EDMONTON. April C.P.R. Expands Rafl-Highwav Service meeting of the Dominion-provincial j farm labor committee this year to j review the genera! supply situation j be held Mondav at the legisia- j onoge ana Pacific Railway recently snaugur- cr I.OXDOV, April Although hr is nearly 61. Sir Mairolci Campbell, British ace who has set world records on land and water, still hopes to boost his own speed- boat figure to 150 mites an which bf plans to retire from record-breaking for S nod- On AUS. 15. 1939. !5 days before 1 OTTAWA. Aprf strtictiOK Kow? saui ias: there was no basis for re- ports the States '.iireat- I enmg -o cut steel esporK :o Can- j ads. unless Canada provided larger (jixantities of lumber. Cotnnsenting on a statement sn ;S.e Co- lumbia by Lanes and Forests Minister E. T. Sesrey thai such action was plaisied, he "Our steel supplies from the Unit- ed States have na-uraily been af- fected by stnfces there bui there a no basis for this retary general; Grover Whaless. who "has bees assisting offi- cials in a satisfactory site aa New York. tie boarsl or estimate'of Ne-sr York. city. ilr. said the dty had agreed to advance for inrpronn? the ifea- dow park and the interior of" municipal SOT used a. SMELTERS tive buildings, K wa-; announced today. The 1946 farm labor agreement between the province and Ottawa is expected to be along the Unes of agreements m recent years under which the provincial and federal authorities co-operated in meeting j farm labor needs. j i O. S. Longman, deputy minister I of agriculture, is chairman of the j 1 committee. The federal govern- ment will be represented by H. R. j Hare. Ottawa, employment adviser in agriculture, and C. Retson. a de- i ated co-ordinated rail and highway service ou; of Brandon on Sve routes serving southern and central This A- that freight Calgary and Edmonton moving en; the second Great War began. Sir I night trains to Red Deer and Leth-, Malcolm set the existing world i At Red Deer and Leth-' record of 341.74 miles an hour oa 1 ARMY DEMOBILJZATIOS night bridge. bridge every mornin? except Sun- Lake Collision, in Britain's lake dis- dav shipments are transhipped to j trict. When war broke out he put" highway units for distribunon to j his -Bluebird" into storage and next morning and OTTAWA. April of the Canadian army was reduced to with 36.000 suH overseas, on March 31. the defence de-; business of war His partment announced Wednesday.