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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE RAPID EXPANSION OF T.CA IS PREDICTED IN ANNUAL OTTAWA. April Rapid of Trans-Canada Air lines in 1946 !s predicted ia ihe annual T.CJL report tabled Thurs- dav in iixe Commons by Recon- struction Minister Howe. uled service to the West todies. South America and via the Pacific foUow in due course." T.CJL. planed flew miles in 1S45 an increase of 1311.422 r over 1944, and at .the year end i TC-A. president, daily scheduled miles had reached siV miles 532.254. a 23 per cent increase. The 183.121 revenue pass- iiown m engers, a 17 per cent increase, wbjue 'increased 67 J the 3.429232 pounds of mail earned tK-s vear" I a decline of eight per cent. Air new "domestic services express continued to grow and went include? ibis spring up U.per cent during the year with cf a fourth daily transcontinental earned, operation between LEGION OF MERIT FOR W.C. E, G. MACTHEESON WINNIPEG. April of the United States Legion of Merit to TVin Commander Ewart G. Macpherson of Winnipeg, announced today. The award, for outstand- ing service as officer com- mand No. 4 initial training school. Edmonton and assist- ance to aid the United States Tale of 16 Tails Mosses Lost 'Em En Route; Dealer Wins From C.N.R. It APPEAL TO FARMERS. valid de- CALGARY. April spite of price ceifcngs, unjust income tax reguia- tions and the ever exacting demands of labor." fanners should'make as all- out effort to increase pro- duction to the ma-rimum pcsiicie point this year, ac- cording to the Alberta Fed- Protest Establishment Of Indostrial Plant In Residential District Of City i HIGH ex- traordinarv demand for building sites in High Hiver is bringing worry to "issss? damases i! The decision dismissed with. costs The forces in accomplishing their v i by the Canadian Nation- reached" theii destiaaaon in the t nrMnSrte-t' -a 1 mission in northwest ada. was presented ceremony here today. at a Operating revenues for the year j ________ and Edmonton via Sas- katoon as soon as airport facilities are adequate at the latter city; a shortened transcontinental service across the Great when air- port and airway facilities are avail- able; operations along the lower St. Lawrence and direct flight between s and and Port Arthur and Mr. Syming- ton said. "It is anticipated that service over the Toronto-Chicago. Toronto- Cleveland and Victoria-Seattle routes will commence in 1946. The established trans-AUaniic service Trill assume full commercial ideuti- tv and. with delivery of DC-6 air- craft undertake large-scale opera- tions. Scheduled service to under- take large-scale operations. Schec- were 510512537. an increase of 14 per cent and operating expenses, SlOJZSO.ffJ'l, an increase of 15 per cent- After payment of interest on' the company's capital and other income charges, amounting to 544. the surnlus for 1945 was S32.772, compared with irr Crawford-Frost Bull Is Champion ECMOSTOX. April 12. W Caerieon Standard 23rd. a Hereford bull owned by W. A. Crawford- Frost of Nanton, and Woodlawn Jnylwyld exhibited by Roy Ballhom of" Wetaskiwin, captured top hon- ors in their classes Thursday as judging continued in ihe Edmonton soring livestock show. "Reserve champion in the two- vear-old Hereford class went to Tobruk Blanchard. bred by W. C. BisseU, Viking. Reserve champion in the Aberdeen-Angus class was taken by Kalusz Willow Park, a two-year-old bull owned by Starko and "Sons. Chipman. won Canmore Miners Ordered To Work railway argued the horses j ._____I destination in the j al Railways against a judgment by j same condition as when _ shipped: t ing Joseph Harris, a Montreal' of the horses, had neglected to care I! horse dealer, for damage to for the horses properly en route: I the tails of 16 or 18 horses during that value of the horses was not de- 1 shipment over C.S-R. lines. predated because of the loss of i Mr. Harris shipped 13 horses their Tails and that the loss did not from North BatUeford. Sask_. and i arise ciirectSv frcm performance by five from Mayinont. Sask.. and the railway of its carriage contract, place all told. tiocs were eny isvolviEg prop- rights. One fanners deputation from the west side oi vised teat Inspector's wport had been inaccurate in respect So the bouse, bat in the caeanr'Tne lots had .been paid for, the meat finished and stalled. A request from another prospec- tive resident was for purchase of several lots tspon whiea might be bailt. But no de- to- first prize with his young bull in the Aberdeen-Angus competition. In the Shorthorn class. Glen- robin Balmuchy. bred by Lyle Rob- inson. Vermilion, and entered by Melnyk Stefura of Chipman, took the championship. PENSIONS DISCUSSED OTTAWA. April Without reaching agreement, the commons veterans committee Thursday dis- cussed a Canadian Legion sugges- tion that the "insurance principle" be restored for pensions for "all" men and women who voluntarily enlisted for services in the Second Great War. The insurance prin- ciple is defined as full coverage for an Injunr or disability, resulting in disability or death, incurred in ser- vice regardless of whether the area of service is afc home or abroad, ex- cepting cases where the injury or disability results from improper conduct. An amendment in 1940 deprived all persons of the protec- tion of the insurance principle while on service in Canada. 2nd Hit Cisco Kid Returns last Times Tonight "WINGED VICTORY" "FLYING With MUSIC" GERHART SATS AtBERTA GOVT. FRIEND OF LABOR EDMONTON. April Labor has no better friend anywhere in Canada than the present govern- ment of Alberta. Trade Minister C. E. Gerhart said in a radio ad- dress durins which he denied that labor had been given a "brush-off" at the recent session the legis- lature. claimed that 16 of the horses had been disfigured by the loss of their tails in transit. He contended de- Thibaudeau Riafret livery ol the horses in such condi- 1 dissented in the dismissal. Toronto Municipal Abattoir Doesn't Know Anything About Black Market CANMORE. Alia.. April John Stokaluk. district vice-presi- dent cf District 13 of United Mine Workers of America (C.C-L.) said 330 striking coal miners have been ordered by the head office to re- turn to their jobs pending negotia- tion of their dispute. There are conflicting reports, said Mr. Stokaluk, of the events lead- ing up to the strike, and district officers are now investigating to see what actually did happen. The vice-president would say nothing more. Earlier it was reported that Mite Patroski, a workman, was ordered bv the management Monday to al- ternate as fire boss and rock work- er, bus the union ordered him not auaLLUli. AIK_ -v- to do so on the ground tnat certain 55 merely to provide ser- establisiied rules and customs would g for packers al to "XT. appeared in support of a petition protesting establishment of cabins---- i ac plan- m a residential cision was made without furwser _____________________________' section. ar.d the arsm-' study of rulings in respect to aeea- ment :hat suitable industrial sires tioas of tourist centres wUa i were available elsewaere. Further tion to residences. consideration cf this matter was' Meroaiial Centre I premised. Another honiec-srser pro-1 A- D- Sowman and Mrs- H. 3L j tested the type of dwells? brought i BedisgSeld, reoresessisg the Com- reported thai iflrst choice of land for a icentre was M tix school. Bat the granting of i piece of tows property for such was deferred iffl fnrtlser I investigation was made. Seodents KS an eastern seecSon or the UJwn entered a- request Tor In British House I in from :he Valley to lots -jo his home. He Want Japs Back on Coast TORONTO. April Toronto municipal abattoir doesn't know anything about any black market in meat, it was declared at a meeting called by Mayor Robert Saunders after allegations had been. made that an active blacx market existed and that it stemmed from of cattle at the municipal- ly-operated abbattoir. Earl Hunt, manager of the abato- toir, said he has nothing whatso- ever to d with the sale of cattle j i __ plained that no ceiling price exs.- ed when live cattle are bough, rect from farmers- Anotaer raea, i packer. A. W. Paddy, said. v. looks.. verbal to me as if there are carpels and Apnl Cable) ChurchUl. Britain's op- 1 position leader, jumped into a hot discussion in the house of commons j 1 nied 200 niecibers have the' cecd i sewage extension to serve thss t right to demand time for discus-! last" night a> the f bus this retjuess was tabled anm it -ras {was Jeamed whac matertals were Available. 12 -CcL Mr. sion of a partiewlar subject._______ _ CharchsiS and his oM aniong the people C Herbert Morrison. Labor government' scout the gt in the ror ex- y 1 of Britisa l-------------- _______ iveramecfs policv Tie in presentfcf ffie exchanged on the repatriation of Japanese. j monthlv report on town Speaking in resumed debate on i suggested tbat the ringing- of tfce be violated if he did. When the management still was it-5 A ing, all the men returned nosne. Another report is that Patroski was "fired" when he refused to take on the dual job, and the other union members struck in protest. Union headquarters in Calgary pointed out to the men that the walkout was a violation- of the agreement with the mines, and that the men should return to work while the dispute is investigated and negotiated. Next scheduled meeting of the union will be on Sunday. "BLUE BABY" WINNIPEG, Aorii (C.P.) Police today are searching: for eight-year-old Robert Vine- bum, known as a "blue baby." who disappeared from his home Thursday afternoon. Born with a malformed heart condition, preventing normal flow of blood to the lungs, he is subject to seizures and faint- Ing- spells. When last seen he was ridinp a "tricycle away from his home in Xorth Winnipeg. ASK COMPLETE REVIEW OF CIVIL SERVICE OTTAWA, April 12 2? Recom- mendation for a complete review of civil service affairs by a royal commission was proposed to the government; Thursday in a brief presented by the Civil Service Fed- eration. sister's very own room, use C-I-L Peach (Semi-Gloss or Flat Wall Finish furniture in CILUX Azure or. perhaps, CILUX Chinese Jade if she's ultra-modern. Paint the alcoves and cupboards to match. MORRIS BARRETT DUANE'S ELECTRIC MAGRATH 318 Sixth Street S. J. M. GIBBONS ALBERT PICTURE BUTTE HORNER COUTTS GEO. ECKMIER HARDWARE WARNER 46-PV-NSP-4 l-t PAINTS FOR NEW PEACETIME BEAUTY he said. Representatives of packinghouses, retail merchant associations and of the prices board attended the meet- ing." James Cridland, a packer, ex-' bring prices he said. packers can's compete to the mar- ket." Mayor Saunders said it was -ob- vious''" that packers buying cattle at prices quoted and selling al the efforts- acd wholesale ceiling price were "either fS- Sabers to' money or just breaking even. Mr. Brown asked !f Xfr. Mornscn ihe refsisal would haie on tie civil ended'the law of supply and de- j S tr, fnnrfinn and i parliamentary procedure., Mr. Churchill said Mr. Morrison] barracks. The couricil agreed to proposals. prices board bad outlived its use- j fulness and that an end to controls would mean an end to black mar- s fcet operations. "If controls were J the law _. would begin to function, and j increased production would soon DEWITT MacKENZIESAYS Russ Sincerity Not Questioned In U.N. Action Russian Picture Of London Gloomy "TAKE ill PILLS r advises Sydney woman. o trwoir gating patch re- lief. TbenltritdGiaPab. After txJentg3 bfxa I felt iftrf at- Gin Pills he5p remote she acids SoM brill on drtsr The opposition which has de- veloped in the United Nations Se- curity Council to Russia's demand that the Iranian issue be dropped from the council's agenda should not in itself be interpreted as an exnression of distrust of Moscow. The Soviet Union's promise to take her troops out of Iran by May 6 isn't being questioned, and it would be useful if this point were emphasized in the council's debate. If Moscow hadn't agreed with Teh- ran that ail forces should be witn- Brows, jaunty independent J the' Canaian citizenship bill. CoL curfew should not be par: of government' duties- It was also reccanrcendea .eing a a signal light be installed as its attinide on S the tall to notify patroUia? by 200 members dealing with civil! Japanese and should not yield to when had come in to service persons. Mr Morrison said' "pressure groups" seeking u> have t cmrril asreed to he could see no tiase available, but Japanese kept m Canada. recosmized Mr. Brown cad made, He said whatever the govern- ment's decision the British Colum-' bia people did not want the burden of the Japanese problem thrust back on them. Turning to nther ascects of the tall, he he welcomed the bill -very much" because it was of "tremendous" importance. It would people who came to Canada' a new sense of nationhood. j He also welcomed the debate be- i cause during it he had learaed the surely was not suggesting tnat the jor statements that had 5 old freedom of members to asso- about "colonialism." i ciate for collective representation Apparentlv some members the j should be swept away. status of "British subject" meant i Mr. Morrison replied that allegiance to Great Britain.: Churchill "not for the first time in This was a "complete his life got it all wrong." When opposition members protested trie, if :his true, he would joint government spokesman, added: "The with them :n seeking to restore; The Moscow illustrated magazine J opposition seems .o ue very s. s_- _ islsiied' "votl wan- to look in the 'ockins to British subjects was j ___ ,_______ _ IS- I -OU to jOQa. IZ1 UIC r-rnrtmrimFBafrto -Coming to London after the war glass." Mr. Churchill came back. If Because the 3n-sa one is much surprised and over- 1 200 members signed a petition they come." a writer sa'id. "The city has i had a. -considerable reason" for still not regained its breath." j seeking an opportunity to have the He spoke of air raid shelters still i matter ventilated. He added that standing in narrow streets, of "pro- j if a large minority wished a matter tective covering still over the statue j debated, it was tte duty of the of Eros" in Piccadilly, of empty hoase leader to do his utmost to picture frames in museums, to which accommodate them, evacuated works of art had not yet col rii'tni- been returned. The article continued: '-On the streets no building or scaffolding is to be seen although the housing crisis undoubtedly has been sharpened by German bomb- ing. -Is !s said there are not enough workers. But on London's streets he greatest Biocracv in the Debate on the bill was again ad- journed by J. X. MacNicol CoL CUfton Brown, speaker, said responsibility rested on the govern- ment for giving or refusing house; time. AMT4 QATITRFiAY J. I X WARMER HOMES. CLEANER CITIES FOR BRITAIN April Ions- terra program to give Britain clean- ran that ail forces saouia oe wiui-; tul oeople in raili- er cities and warmer homes, chief- drawn Aen Russia s position woulc L. ijj civilian Sly by the more efficient use of fuel talked and written about demob- ilization." Photographs accompanying the article showed the parliament buildings. West End streets and "orivate roads" and were contrast- j ed with poorly dressed crowds an old indeed have been under challenge. But the given word isn't being dis- puted. If the security council itself were asked "to define the position, I be- lieve the answer would have to be something like this: The Russo- Iranian affair isn't a personal mat- ter between these two countries. Iran is of great strategical import- ance in the re-alignment of the zones of influence in Europe, the Mediterranean area and the Middle East- Her international relations therefore become a matter of mo- ment to the entire world. The security council is an im- partial body which is in the service oi all the United Nations. The council's retention of the Russo-Iraman matter on the agenda is a matter of straightway business and doesn't raise any question of Russia's sincerity. If anvbody thinks it isn't worth while, let him look across to Gen- eva where they are burying a League of Nations which died from lack of exercise. ____ It seems clear That Moscow has Ont April suspected the motives of the west- R.C.A.F. men stationed ern allies in insisting that the "o-Tmanv overcame their meat Iranian aiiaur oe kept on uie agenda nroblgm bv' 2.000 Canadian until Soviet troops are withdrawn jjull from Iran. The Russians annar- i ently feel that been subjected its honor has been touched. One j meaChe can understand that viewpoint, but j J observers who are watching develop- sala- ments closely find no basis for clothes, although much has been j supplies, is urged by the Fuel and Power Advisorv Council, aooointed by the fnel ministry to investigate the country's heating problems. ROBERT MONTGOMERY JOHN WAYNE THEY WERE EXPENDABLE Donna REED FEATXJRE I PROFIT MONTREAL. April j solidated Mining and Smelting; clothes' market and esser- J Company of Canada Limited bad a with a barrel or- I net retaiaabJe proa; ta lS4a of, ,K. pomnarod with NEXT ATTRACTION T gan. The last, judging by the med- als shown in the Dictures, were vet- erans of the 1914-18 war. The caption under the barrel-or- gan phorozraph said war- riors on London streets. A barrel organ player plays mournfully and an invalid extends his cap to passers-by saying "We entertain you, give us something for food'." Bv side of this were shown, photographs of riders in Rotten How with the comment: "A char- acteristic aristocrat's family riding in Hyde Park." CIGARETTES BUT BUIJC. coxnoared with in IS44. Total iccocne was Sol.- 607.891 aeainst S43.348.3iS. Tasss were S7.400.0CO againsr S2.300.GOO. Turned sumlus forward WES 528.- 582.7SO compared -Kith 524.704.654. Working caoitai was S3S.368.11I i against S32.048.477. S "YOLANDA AND THE THIEF' Siarrtns FRED ASTAIRE and LTTCILLE BREMEE- TODAY AND SATURDAY FORM CO-OP IX XORTH i IFOHT CHIPSWYAN April I to form a co-oo- i erative to saoply atjoroxsmately 300 1 trappers in this district and to mar- ket their furs, has been granted sbe Fort Chincewyan Trappers" Union by tha Alberta government. It is the first such co-ocerative started in the and undertaken by the trappers themselves. ASK 40-HOUR WEEK such suspicions. B.C. HOUSE PROROGUES VICTORIA, April (C.P.) first session of British Columbia's 21st legislature was prorogued by Lieutenant-Gov- emor TV. C. Woodward lite Thursday after deliberating for 44 sittings since Feb. 21. Eigrhty-two bills were given royal assent. CAXAQIAX LOANS OTTAWA, April Canada already has extended credits of to Allied countries other than Britain and has promised to make an additional amount of 000 to some of the countries. Finance Minister Ilsley disclos- ed Thursday in the commons. INDIAN OUTLOOK BETTER BUTTER STOCKS DOWN" OTTAWA, April of creamery butter held in cold of creamery uer ov storage and butter factories on ked opening of buskiess April 1. total- j comared with iario Federation of Labor, which represents 150000 wcrkers of the i Canadian Congress of Labor in On- i tario. The brief sugsested best means of enforcing a 40-hour week would be provision for time-ruid-a- overtime pay for all hoars j led pounds, compared with March 1 and April 1. 1945, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported. The five- year average for April is pounds. BANNOCK GETS EASTERN COStPAM EDMONTON. Apnl 13 Wmg Cmclr. Russell BannocS. fonser commanding officer of the City Oi Edmonton and City of Saskatoon Mosquito squadrons of the R.C. "if said Thursdav he had been appointed operations manager and chief pilot of DeHaviland Aircraft of Canada, Toronto, and wul be leaving Edmonton shortly for dis- charge in Montreal. TRANSPORTATION STRIKE SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MORNING MATINEE SATURDAY AT 10 O'CLOCK. Doors Open ajn. NO CHILD WILL BE TURNED ROXi" WILL BE OPENED IF NECESiART KEVV DELHI, April j statement by the British cabinet mission in India. expressing belief that a decision will be reached on the Indian prob- lem, is interpreted in political quarters here as striking- a confi- dent note at the outset of the most critical stage of the negotiations. POISONER BUSY LONDON. Ont.. April 12. London's dog killer struck again BIRMINGHAM, Ala, April Thousands of Birmingham residents walked or thumbed rides Thursday after a midnight strike of about transportation em- j ployees of the Birmingham Electric; Coinpanv who are demanding an, IS'-'ceni-hourly wage increase. FEARS REVOLT IX INDIA IF MOSLEM STATE CREATED LONDON, Apnl Sardar Sant Singh, Sikh leader. revolu- last night after a two-day lull. Two i told a meeting here that a revoj cogs died from poisoning !r. the; tion would take place in India London east area, and their deaths the British government conceded led to intensification of the search to the Moslem League's claim -or for the tserson resoorvsib'.e for the i separate Moslem state recent killing of 14 dogs m the j in India. He said Sikhs in the Pun- worst of animal poisoning in jab province would never accept the citv's history. Moslem rule. F.A.O. PRAISED EDMONTON. Ainl <7 j R. D. Sinclair of the University of Alberta's agriculture department, in an address to an Edmonton club said the food and agricultural or- ganization set up by ths United Na- tions to put aside food supplies of non-perishable commodities as a carry-over for years to come, offers hope for the rising generation. One of the caascs of war, is fear of want of food "We can't expect i peace." he said, "unless this fear is I remedied." AUSTRALIAN HELP TO BRITAIN LONDON. Apnl Australia will export to Britain 64.- 000 tons of meat, mostly frozen mutton, lamb and beef during the six months ending Sept. 31 next. Food Minister Sir Ben Smith said in the house of commons. BRITISH STEEL PRODUCTION' LONDON. April Britain's steel production in March at- an annual rate of tons j was the highest ever achieved in peacetime and close to the peak i wartime output. J NEWSPAPER! ;