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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HEEALD FRIDAY, APRIL terday anese Conservatives Majority In ha-d -a-ay out. She' inTs-en tne Canadian rep- delected aric. cr.oreed on the vo-Jlc tor iiocg April Permanent Status Sea, Air Cadets OTTAWA. April i senate Thursday gaie second reac- capital's first welcome to the new goWmor-general. A round of cheering from throng- greeted the vice-regal of his personal appraisal of his fust vear in the While House, he replied there been enough appraisals already and advised reporters Roosevelt home, the 63-year-old leader was buried on a bright Sun- dav Rev. George W. Anthony, rector of St. parliament biddings. As a. band played. Viscount Alex-! does. He aaded cheerfully that is He 35v TOKYO, April Thirty-three members of Use IMS Diet" definitely re-elected and otber former were- returned to the IMHSC of representatives basis of final rcJsrzis ftMB all but six districts in the connirv-wide ejection. The" Conservatives apparent- ly had clinched a majority and leading liberal party was aowhert near control. With of the house of Rseatatives' 46S seats decided, women had won TO BE KECHECKED AU of the representatives re- elecied had passec an of records but ejected -sin be -o seme cay. LOAN TO G.B. SOI POLICY OTTAWA. April 12 ence vCCJF Cape askec in :he CiiT- Breton compared with 340.1SO.- status. on "he same date Isst year. the i cacets comparable ua army ------------poem: "Kow the labor- er's task is oer; now the battle-day is past." rJKAVDA'S TKIBCTE and" chatted wish Prane Minister. Shortly after 2 pjco. a jear ago camera, men D. Rooseielt raised MOSCOW, April today Bureau of Statistics re-j i-reiious legislation :or in? sea f his mountain ings. Gz. reporters in -ser.oiis consideration' eiaoseu portion of the mpeg and suggested cozisid- unul he mas! 'Warm Springs when death suelden- ly 3jst president. I was crop year. 11 inch began j ration be given to financial assist- sea tec. ,____ f bad to such a move. j issr rnarkeu-sgs of -a peat {ance for linits. in jssnaller centres. EXPEDITE BUSINESS 4-7 053 compared wth 274.- OTTAWA. April 12 a arailar penoa of King iirgec ____rer Mackenzie asain tie o: busaaess _ prior to tne inirocucticn, 1S45. for the manner in sr j Seatec tss left ol KMT tiunned by its unexpectedness. .___.__, fer's cias isrere the justices o: the! We uere aware Senator A. Buchanan of the Soviet Union about the growing danger of arouca a lengthy table just 3 dent had oeen invited the speaker's ciss. Viscountess Alexaiider was s I to the left of the cias but aggression." "The -vear which has passed since the death of the president." said Pravda. -.has witnessed the activa- Death ramf at 4-35 pjn. EDT j our picnic 72. i proposal ar.a said 11 was This lineup means an enforced s jjgct1" that should coalition in the house. i to less be cy 3. Con- OPPOSES BILL servative iiewpoin-. The Socialists. iir. Carcin " Service Feoeration of_ Canaca. i coniirercec of a al coinaussion to investigate bcjsic ciri seriice salaries ana to make leac in the greatest harmony, monies. forces of many This, There was a solemn mon.ent achie-.ercest in itself inspired the Great Seal of Canaca was men and. borne to tee ja the gallery watching the cere- j -TJ, Vs my sad dutv." air. Eassett witii Quiet intertet were the s said m the presence of tearful as- l governor's three cnucren, Rose, sociates. "to announce the president died at pjn. of a cerebral haemorrhage." the beacies of Dun- chamber, the governor 4eneral. country, called Hsuralas is S2366.730. based on the gallantry on -3__; MMAn vrtlir 1 Shane and Brian. Sirs. J- Ilsley. -snfe of Can- ada's finance nuniiter, presented a bouquet, of pink roses to the vis- countess. This cone, the governor-general's ------i of reactionarv forces aimed at attended, it iras one of the greatest breaking up the coliaooration of 2 shocks of our lives. freedom loving ceoales and break- .-i __ ap she Qj jjjjee great powers." "The activation of these reaction- ary forces is noticed m the United States." added the editorial. "Not in do the representatives of American democratic public opin- ion beat the alarm signal and ex- :j j We nere called from j shortly before 6._ We rushed to telephones in tns i pose the plans of reactionary ele- Hassett cottage and pus in calls to j ments in the United States, who are our Washington offices. Before thev j preaching rule, or plans for _______jn sppomung Discount Alexander as governor-general of Canada. The swearing in ceremonv fol- lowec, A. D. P. Eeney. clerk of the pnvy council handed the Biole to the senior puisne, judge of the su- ents. Incosiplete returns todsy from scattered Totvo precincts in Japan's general election gave Gen. MacAr- thur a lead over President Truman for a seat in the Diet. Ger. MacArthur received 12 votes; Truman one. Both were ecged ouo by huiLger. Tiurteea ballots were marked "zore Tirs. ilichilxQ 4o. liousewife and wartime factory worker, won her house of represen- tatives seat handily in the Japanese election but the newstjsoer victory photographs showed her crying. a. civiLan istrator in Borneo for four years, had jusr brought home a Borneo wife and two children. Mrs- been -v-yrra rate's dedsion. had Jsoanese women of iErs. Ynba- Taxes ciacs sxj ethers. the loan bill given, f.rst reacts, tee house resaraec. tne ce- bate on seconc reading of the gov- e-nment's bill anc tearc Cecil ilemtt. VC. iP.C., Vancouver Burrarc) call for a statement of govemmeni, policy oa the repatriation of Jasanese m tne 'C Skeera) boots valued a: 000 COOTS vsiuec at .LI-Z Alps, tne lorces roa inciucea boih ne-w and usea c-oti- rnoved forward, steadily! ing and relentlessly, to final victory- j Cast Hope listed src Y success in -areldiag together bj- city and :ds and a provost unit a 111. success in -areldiBg slowly tnrough cheering crowds ciothina as :r.e KMB lhe Sgnuag jorces of many nations retained oy nzvy for v.2- eildence of highest qaaliues j drove to The hghs of the bill. H. Arcfcibald said fce supported me bill because was tune Canada "grew ua" ana Canacians became "just T. J. Bentley (C.CJ3, Swnt Cur- rent) he for man- years cost o" at sea was SI14.78S end "drowrec" was laluec ai Hope sa'd. SAYS SPAIN of war. your refused to give any official or other I zaki's generat-oa hed been taught thai wives muss remain with hus- bands whatever hapnens. Tet taere to were Mrs. 'S'amazaki's own cam- was nassec. paign planks The EaEncipatlon of OTTAWA. April 13 Woasfinhood." i rrora Front Page? The is evidence of stacesmanshia. tne years excellency coinmani dence of" armies o: As a trussed servant of the crown. also enioved, m full measure, the confidence of their parliaments. That coaSdence was shared by none more tnan bv the uarliament and people of Canada. It is wun equal thar, today, members of As the train pulled into Union station to end a two-day journey preme coun of CanaiJa. r stepped from Viscount ________ dsas and stood before Mr. Justice Pat- rick Kerwm who read the oaths. Viscounc Alexander said "I co" and "I will" m reply to the cues- uons put in the oaths He then acvanced to the council table and signed the oath book. The signa- ture was attested to by the su- preme court justices, by Prime Min- XTorV-pririp and Mr. be put through the White an AngJo-Amencan had flashed a brief an- ance against the nouncement of the death to news offices. We fOled in the details as the military alii- ister Mackenzie Eeney. King and Mr. ELLISON'S? BEST ELLISON'S FLOUR Vitamin or Eeguiar Type THE ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT FOR NOURISHING AND TASTY BAKED GOODS MUSOK MILLING ELEVATOR COMFANT LTD. of Sine Quality Kotsr for 40 Tears of aarhament welcome vour excellency "in your new capa- no te e os ment was i 'cir. m Can- on the council's provisional sgenca Q, the King. _ ___ iff Prime i last night for conszderaaon Bes: Miciter Mackenzie Kin; said yes- j week inmesLarelv after Russia's de- mand for dismissal of the Iranian case is disoosed. A full hearing on the Sparush is- sue is assured. DEN3T CHARGES ALEXANDER (Continued irom Sront _____ _______ EN3T CHARGES Haiesrv vour sentiments of attacii- i MADRID, Anru for- j meni {o bjs throne. i eign oace spokesman today demea TKrBCTE xo C4XADA I charges Drought agairsst Spain be- j -ji verv moving insainns fore the ITnitec Xaaons j {o "as T have in two world j council by Poland. of Canada, and Mackenzie Sing greet Viscount Alexander and his Presentation by State Secretary Martin of the great seal of Canada to the viscount followed. Then Viscount Alexander hanced It back "I hand >ou the great constitutional succession routine earned out, the bereaved fam- ily was notified, and the still at war out sensing the end for the -oar president had fought the SMAMJPOX SUSPECT VICTORIA. April A sus- pected case of smallpox is being in- lesngated by health authorities in suburban Saanich it was learned homage to national and v.-orld leader. Mrs. Roosevelt, standing Tuesday. Dr. Gayton. ordeal like a soldier, flew to Warm Springs after her husband's suc- cessor. Harry S. Truman, had taken the oath. She made the trip back to Washington with the sorrowing multitudes gathered along tne 750 miles of track to the na- tion's on to the familv home at Hyde Park. There, in the rose garden of the pected victim was a joursg woman who visited Seattle three ago. When a man knows the ropes of his business well enough he's sel- dom, tied down. Leadershio of the liberal party in Ontario be discussed when the Ontario IJberal Association, holds its annual meeting April 35. lac ftate co'oncii by Poland. i tjje the members of our i He also denied reports from Paris cnuu-e family have rainea an aTTsmin Anr4 -nTl Secretary Martin, -went aboard with them. CABIXET PRESENTED A moment or two later the governor seneral disembarked and was presented by Mr. Kin; to the federal cabinet, awaiting- other state dignitaries on the red carpets covering the long station platform. The preliminary over, Viscount Alexander in- spected a guard of honor of the Governor-General Foot Guards lined up in the station concourse and the bandmaster called for the "Governor-senerars salute." As the band struck no, the booming of a 19-gnn -rice-regal that there was an atomic researca j plant near Toledo operatea by a j 4.te German scientist cause of freedom. And of all of the British Comicon- uone haT.e played their 3Iajor Effl Park adjacent to the parliament buildings. The onlLant flare of news photo- Morning newspapers published pan more nobly or givea'inore gen- grapners' flash bulbs lighted the j front-page editorials cenymg the j j charges made in the Polish note to I the security council. -Much, was 1 printed textualiy, ana attacking the 1 WTarsaw government, blamed Moscow far the charges. man Canada. j station as the governor-general, Tour contribution to tile common j Viscountess Alexander and their three cnlldren stepped from the train and continued as Viscount Alexander made ois inspection. The governor-general 'stopped to talk to ssvsral men of the Tooz- effort ias oeea ooth remarkable and of your The editorials pog the world ana the Siing o-, tyaicgi" Of tee great hears of your 1 rieople You have sent the riches of __ Tae monarchist aewspaper. A-B C_ i Canada in the fonn of vast quaa- guards ard as ae tsassed the regi- in an editorial entitled I Lies" undertook a ___ uon of accounts that Kazis were devising new methods of -srarfare itled "Stunia j uaes Of food ana. material of ail j ment s 'tailed refuta- ssrts and huge sums of money, and hat. its colors he do5ed tis above ail you nave sent in no small! A large sign, placed there ongm- measure your ricnest i ally for the greeting of repatriated men and "women. [troops, read- "Ottawa greets you. in Spain. "As far as Xazi researchers are concerned, tins is where the coarse i_ __ Bolshevik hand 25 moss clearly S soldiers.! sleek liiaousne for the short drive the newspaper said. "Spain is gsjiors and airmen, who took sucn! through troop-lined streets to the neitner making scienuSc war es- a QisungiLshed part in our nctones parlia-neni biiidings where "Viscoiict penments nor organizing espionage jvieaiterranean Canadian Alexander will take the oath of al- to discover atomic oomo secrets in s traces in. the van cum the marne- disclosed m Canada, caprJu-e Oj Sicily, when the nor does she need the aid of any -n foreign scientists. IE is not in Spain taat there are German researchers. There are in many other countries, particularly Rus- sia." FRENCH REPRESENTATION" Durins Sghting days it was A .few minutes later "Vfiscouat aca to have tmiier my j Viscountess Alexander entered a will take the oath of al- cunng the, legiance. SCX5H3XE _ have good reason to be _ These remarfcs made m a statement to his press conference' reporting the deficit for the fiscal year ending June 30 now is expected i to be about nearly 000 less than the Janoary j fortress of Europe. Canadian troops i ered in fanlLant sunsmne to extend Wheo. critics asked Mr. Truman 1 breach, was xcade in the Xazi hela Huge crowds of spectators gath- Under Secretary of State E. H.! Coieman then read the proclams- j tion of the governor-general's ap- pointment. The governor stepped from the cias, signed the proclamation, re- sumed his place and the band j struck up God Save the Kong wmle i an arullerc salute sounded. i MV. Sjig then read the speech of welcome. VOW MADE fContiaued trora Front Page.} are here to gain strength for what is gain it from the ia- so-ratUin of his aeeds, ard the in- spiration of the humane principles which brought them to pass. I 'Here, where he was born In the snot which he loved the best la all the world, ne is now at rest. We shall not soon see his like again." COMPi-ETES FIRST TEAK WASHINGTON, April 12 President Truman completed Ms i first vear in office today with a shrug for his cntics and word to the j country that "we are on the way' toward" a balanced budget." "We ere well on the highroad to full peacetime he said. "There have been many iieadacnes j for the administration, the read-1 justtaeEt pains of our economy havo been they are not i vet over. But tre are setter off than- we were af ter World War I and SIX STAR SERVICE SPECIAL Sooner or car and truck needs every one of these service operations "DE-SLUDGE" ENGINE SERVICE CLUTCH, BRAKES, TRANSMISSION, REAR AXLE LUBRICATE THROUGHOUT ic TUNE MOTOR if CHECK STEERING AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT if ROTATE TIRES Let our trained technicians provide any or all of theM operations at saving- in time and trouble. Beny Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Ltd. Main Garage open 7 a-m. to midnight, Monday to Saturday Sunday: 9 a.m. to midnight Phone 4O55 service broke the Hitler Ime ac Ponte j Corvo, where, zs the spearhead of tae 8th Army, they opened the way to the capture of Rome and Cana- dian troops were again in tne fore- PARIS. April govern- front Oj that great ment communique said today that i defensive position m the Appenines, Alsjeaadre Parodi, ambassador to known as "tne Gothic Line, the last Italy, had been aopointed Prench! German fortress covering the valley i to tne XJmtea Xa- i Of the Po, was pierced at Hunini on ncns. The communique did not explam whether M. Parodi had been ap- the Adriatic coast. GRIEVOUS LOSS It was not only a sad occasion pointed to the United Kations as- j for me, but a grievous loss to my sembly or to the security council, armies, wnen this great Canadian on which Henn Bonnet has been i riencn representative 4O-6-U FRIDAY-CJOC-8.30 to 9 p.m., M.S.T. Listen To Claire Wallace Describing the swearing-in of His Excellency, Viscount Al- exander of Tunis, as Gover- nor-General of Canada Monday, April 15th at a.m. over CJOC This program is bronsht lo TOD bj Robin Hood Flour Mills Limited Corps was transferred from Italy to the western front, where tney went to join tneir own countrymen, there to gam fresh laurels for Ca- nadian arms'in the last great battles of the war. which led to the collapse of the Nazis in Europe. Canada may well be proud of her sons and of the magnificent part tney played in final victory. Can you coiibt then that I and my wife are proud and nappy to PREMIER KING (Contin'jea rrwn jrcnt Pase.) lege to express to your eyceilency the satisfaction feit by members of the government, and by all Cana- oians, that you have now entered__ upon the dunes of your high of-', come tere with our chua-en. to fice. i make our home and to live amongst ROYAL VISIT RECALLED voa. In welcoming your excellencies to BASIS OF HAPPT PEOPLE Canada, we are reminded of the i Mr- Prime Muuster, m voar ad- visit, some years ago." of the king dress of welcome to us. you used a and queen The fortitude and stead- phrase which striKes a. very restwn- fastness displayed by Tneir j ties throughout the loag and cruel in ur sive chord in my own heart, when you said diat "you. Canada have years of war are also much in our sought to make tne family and home "ation of your national believe as you do that, tie home are "he verv basis fidelity to the crown, and of the devotion aad aSecuon of the Cana- i dian people for Their Majesties. -K-elcorne you to Canada of z. heaiihy, happy and prosperous Catdiiest Tune Hit Hear the Season's ONt-ZK WO (i to vi you-zr) As played by FREDDY MARTIN on Victor Records Here's a cute novelty number, cleverlj arranged and interpreted bj Freddy Martin and his orchestra. The Martin Men sicg the catchy lyrics. Your Victor Record dealer will be glad to play it for you. and "SLIEPY BABY" eo VICTOR RECORD Ho. 20-1826 7Se people You have a grand countrv, but it nas oeeu made by ine character especial warmtn because of yow i of its people, who are Messed with ciose association wlta Canada's' enterprise, Initiative, imagnsatioti j armed forces, as commar.der-in-1 and great quali'les j 1 cHef "f tie armies in Italy, which mare success i and, later, as supreme Aiised com- I Todav we find the world restless mander in the Mediterranean. The' and cisorgamzed by years of! Canadian veterans who served -n' war ana conseouentlv we face manv the Mediterrarseaa theatres, on i grave and diSicult problems, land, at sea or in the air. are eager- i I thmk, as inevitable when ly awaiung the opponanuv to ex- we consider the inagr.itude of the press anew the respect and aSec- struggle we have ali been through, tzoii you inspired in them. so we must not be unduly dacour- i Is is our hope that, dunr.s: voiir aged sojourn Jn Canada, jour I sni convinced that we cses may have opportunities mount aa our ciSiculties to visit all parts of our country. as we in the fighting Toa uill find, wherever -sou go. a davs nroviced we stard Snr. in up- welconie in the homes, aua a place holcsng those we 1 in the hearts, of tne Canadian Jc-jghi for prd tackle the f-J.ure people. .LOOK TO VICTOR RECORDS FOR THE NEWEST HITS Arm Jusf a FIRSONALITY (from rU 13m LOVE IS SO TERRIFIC Helen Carroll tnd Tie Sateen VICTOR RECORD No. 20-1825........75c DAY DAY TOMORROW IS FOREVER ffnm ti. Urn m Mertlxt Sletcaft VICTOR RECORD Ne. 20-1828 75e I'M A BIG GIRL NOW PUT YOUR LITTLE FOOT RIGHT (fnm