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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APKIL IS, 1946 Davidson Named By Coal Operators CALGARY. Apfii "Wages. touts of worS and the new heiieay with, cav order of tte Board cf la- dKStria11 "Relations were restored on lise aeends. of the anrual meeting of ihe Domestic Coal Operators' Association of Western Canada be- ing held here today. E. S. president cf the "Western Canada' Fuel Association. addressed 5iie meeting this morn- ing. C. Stubbs, coinsussioner cf IVesterrs Canada Bituminous Coal Operators' Assertion was also present. Tbe 'cClocinj officers were ap- poin-ed: C. A. Hrrdzsan. -on. re-elected as president: J. Bwidscs, first Tice- nresicent: J. F Eartie. Rosedale, second vice-presidect; Y. A. CDoney, rj-emheller. secretsry-tresusrer. Xo was" avaiiabZe fol- 'oiirs the session. aienber that old spheres of in-! IZuence still continue to be strong in the Japan." to freedom or progress democratic revolution of award board was appointed to break a tie on the first ballot between Mrs. Kaltenbrunner __ Trar-ter and Mr. Munro. Tbe sub-! r. IX to Canada Documents ILS. FEEDING SOUTHAMPTON. Sngiand. April is "reahy feeling itself as a nation." the Earl .of Aihlone, former (CostlnueS from fttsnt al of Canada, said Friday nigbt on of obtaining rice f applies from SiiEJ his arrival from New York in the for the southeast Asia area. j Queen Mary In Shanghai. George S. Mconey t. earl arrived the same day of the United Nations Re-e: j ;hst his successor. Viscount. AZes- Administration, urg- f snder, was sworn in ax Ottawa. editor-m-chief. Montreal f [Daiiy Star: Fred Landon. vice-pre- 1H Jiicient of :ie University of 'Western I Ontario, Ixjndon; and Charles R. 'rson. chiefs librarian, Toronto Libraries. IMPLEMENTS (Continues from Front Pz EEGEETTABLE EDMONTON. April Lies, Nonsense WHAT AX OMELET NT-ERXBERG, April producec j American prosecutors seme of the------ and the former security police chief, flushed and shaking anger, cried out in reply that the docu- ments were all "lies and nonsense. DETROIT, April Scrazabled eggs of covered a. Detroit street intersection at break- time Friday morning after a trailer truck jack- knifed and overturned. George W. Buxton of Ver- sailles. O_ said the trailer was loaded with 12.600 cozen inches compared with the heavy to ration bread in Britain it prod'jscmg did iaewtse as "hardly hersw." It added the Tvar, he added. I earl ar.d Princess Alice. Countess of Athione, -a'ho weres adds to statements are without es- of production cepuon Mr MseM-Han said in "Like all ;he other _ s.a.. Rain-Punchy VANCOUVER, April fell en Vancouver again the city's 19th -wet" ia 102 days this precipitation for tfee last 24 hours was only -r inches compared with the A eggs, value of which- he set j oj previous 24 hours irhich an all-time April record. Downfall ia the previous 24-hour I period was 158 inches which ex- 8 the previous April record of 1.60 for a day in 1332. i Meanwiuie reporter made a survey of psychoJogists and doctors claimed that Vancouver citi- nrho hare cosipUir.ee about the constant, rain are away off the beam. The specialists said the excess "The ojnelet tied up trolley end passenger traffic 'until from Front Psse.) close cf the special diet session -sieculec to open about May !0. to complete drafting Japan's new constitution. The spkisl diet will consist cf znerabers "Wednesday. Kyodo News Agency reported that lie mayor of Sends: resigned and sn election official st Tillage was reported by jxsiice to have committed suicide to accept, responsibility for ai-eged disqualification of voters. -EEC; thousand were, reported to hare been denied the right to la Sends! for varioas reasons. results of the elec- 'ion. in which "women voted for the time and chose st least 35 of their sex to the diet, the influential newspaper Asahi saidt The'fact many votes were cast old Influences such as the Prosressive sue. liberal parties demonstrates that realities co not change K a We aauss re- pra: bee: dore likely :o compel assent anc j that." said Pincess Alice. in other countries." cius; find somewhere go Figures published in London shew- until cur iscrae. Kensington Palace. ed the cos: oi British imporis of; trnich was blitzed, is repaired." food, drink and tooacco during reb-j____________________________ ruarv WES eo'jbZe the prices 12 1938. I A "survev in the United States' novel published by Hugh MacLien- showed tha; meat shortages as se-' nar> who was born a: Giace Bay. vere j where he was a Rhodas scholar. BUSSIAX SITCATIOX MacLennan later took his a: MOSCOW, Anril Princeton and taught for 10 years Gravity of the "world food a; Lower Canada- College, Montreal. is fullv realized in Moscow. The. Mr. MacLennan won a Gaggen- as st, time during the -R'ar N.S. A graduate of Ur.i- liled in" seme parts of that versity snd One! College. Oxford. dian-mace farm machinery been increased 1252 per cent. XOT SUFFICIENT BRANTFORD, Ont.. Apr of both the Coc Flow Company and the Massey- i offered the services of the security "E April a i fact Russians have been promised heim fellowship in 1343 and last bread, rlour arid cereals -anlS year gave up teaching to give ail orl the ration this vear and time to -anting. His wife, Dorothy CFCN 6 to CALGARY Sirle Bimey. Invaliced as a major It i from the Canadian armv anc at Soviet people reauze tnis. Board should continue strict forcemens of price controls. Charles _W. King, manager of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, said: "It, looks as though the acre under cultivation prices will be eaten up and Other Poems Hoss Munrc. Canadian Press Sur- RATION BREAD FLOUK aovance, anufacturers DAK SS SALAAM, Tanganyika. farm prices what thev are. Identified As Those of Barrs beiss Barrs. nor single bloodstais on his clothing be 'ound bv the H.C.M.P. in- Cpl. C. EL Gray, -srno :ucted the police investigations, ae court here ss no eff ecs on health. Unofficial Strikes Deluge Britain LONDON, April wave "unolfKial" strikes cal- led in defiance of union in- strttcttons tfcat members stay the job, has drawn warnings from jovernment spokes- men that Bntain cannot alford work stoppages while she is to regain pic-war nrosperty. Export industries such as avlamebile manufacturing bare been most auected, at a time wncn sales abroad are viUl to recovery. "We cannot afford to waste strength in quar.els wages, hour: and and temperament and deprecated complaints of ciUaeas that the dripping skies had increased colds, sharp tempers and aching bones. Dr. George A. Sutherland said! "When you up each mora- velopeci were One "official added tha advance would not mees cost of materials needed facture of implements. Ottawa of a per cent increase in the cost of farm machinery broughr varied admitted in mpre: the trial of Barrs. on a cnar ex- murdering Frank Bishop Thomas. continued before Mr. Justice G. E- Tno territorv rationed bread dur- ing the war. Tea. produced in Tan- ganyika, is practically unobtainable because of hoarding and snuggling for sale in Arabia at high prices. ROSS MUNRO (Continued from Page.l A new introduced in the awards THs year. la poetry. Charles Bruce. Toron- t io. was named close second for his "Grey Ship Mrs.' iy Tranter, Toronto, graduated fr he became a member of The Cana- dian Press staff and during the war he reported actions of troops a; first hand from Spitsbergen. through Dieppe and the Mediter- ranean to D-Dsy in France and the final overthrow of the Germans. Mrs. E. M. Hiccardson. who with her husband tends the. lighthouse on tiny Bon Portage Island off the Xora Scona coast, was bqrn in IS02 in the fishing town. Clark's Harbor. N.S. After studying a year at Dal- housie University where her father was principal at Alexandra School, she taught in Scotia and where she met her j husband, also a_ teacher. In __ 192! con-fictiori field with of Sgt. Henry Larsen's of the Northwest Passage. "Plowing the Capt. Leo Heaps. Win- nipeg, was close second in creative non-fiction wirtx "Sscape from. Am- Second Xorel "Two was the second a ascription 1 STher ffe. Bating her family's li ?le_ they bought Boa Portage Island, the ;t book de- ____. _ life there. __________of the medals will take place at the 25th annual con- veniion of the Canadian. Authors' Association in June 27, 23 LEARN TO FLY EasflT, qnlcklr, in a new, easy-to-fly Piper Cob. -Take trial half hoar lesson for Phone 4338 for instruction- and reservations. After p.m. Phone 2419. SIGHTSEEING TRIPS In 4-passenger Cessna. Crane enclosed, heated cabin. From S2JJO per passenger, plus tax. KEPLER AVIATION LIMITED ting Presentation and 29. Contest Judges Following were the judges for the awards: Ficaon: J. Hutledge. wiblisher of liiberty. Toronto; Charles Jen- 1 ziiogs. CBC executive, Toronto; and Margaret Clay, chief librarian, Vic- toria. B.C. Poetrr: Watson Kirkconnell. Mc- Master" University. Hamiltori; ijeo Cos, Tice-nresident. J. J. Gibbons, ifonieai: and Alexander Cal- honn. librarian, Calgary, Alia. Creative non-fiction: Ira Dil- worth, CBC executive. "Vancouver: Louis Blase Duff. "WetJand. Out.: and Arth-jr Phelps, CBC esecu- tiTe, Montreal. Academic non-fiction: N. A. M. president of the Uni-j 'M'-ICV. "Van.- ge of Srasth, defence counsel. Cpl. Gray d no search of the Barrs 'proper- 1 JSsed wbTch'he 1 Sitii Feb. two visits 'had been made by the police to the Barrs" dairy farm. Thomas was murdered on Feb. 14. 1315. Details of the discovery of the safe on Feb. 17. in an excava- tion on the Bans' property and of a visit to Barrs' parents as their Bowness home the same day were outlined b-- Cpl. Grav. Following Cpl. Gray. Coast. W. F. G. Perrv took the stand and de- scribed the discovery of the broken on the afternoon of the fire. He said the axe appeared to have an old crack in the handle as well as the fresh break and smelled strongly of manure. Const. Perry also described the finding of the safe. He ssid it was covered with manure which was "quite clean and fresh." not any kick as the present time, bus the joker is that farm prices are variable and the price of ma- chinery, once raised, will not come Prof. Maaley Chamolin said tha; at presen; the actual difficulty of getting farm machinerv was the most serious factor in the drive for increased production. "Fanners through the years hare become acustomed to ihe machin- ery difficulty, and I haraiv think the increased price will affect; pro- duction." CARS UP IV TJ.5. "WASHINGTON. April OPA has announced that retail prices for new Pontiacs. Olcsmo- biles, Buicks and Cadillacs built professed ignorance earlier. C. E. Christensen Resigns Posts EDMONTON. April S. i Christensen. general manager of the i Alberta Poultry Producers Ltd., and Alberta Poultry Marketers, Ltd., will resign these posts, effective April 30, is Iras announced. For health reasons he plans to go to the United States. Christen- sen also has resigned as Danish vice-consul for northern Alberta. His cuiies have been taken over by Carl Gunderson in an acting cap- acity until a permanent appoint- ment !s made. Former chairman of the Alberta Poultry Marketing Board, Mr. Chris- tensen" also is a former manager of the Northern Alberta Dairy Pool- He is a member of the provincial co-operative advisory committee. School Kids Seek Music-loving Dog LOS ANGELES, April Somewhere put they're looking on for the desert. Bach, the dachshund wiih the musical tail, who disappeared with his five- mocEh-old" daughter, Bito, early this month. Bito's been found but le; the pupils of St. Michael's school. Palmdale, tell about it, as prior to the General Motors strike i they did ia a letter to a Los will range from 366 to S417 higher i Angeles newspaper: than 1942 prices. i ''We are glad we found Bito. _She The agency said these prices re- i in hole in an alfalfa field 20 Sect increases in. wages and cost, of miles from school, materials incurred un to the fall of "Thank you for Helping us. Please ffa TnTlK 1945. They do not take into ac- count, OPA said, the cents hourly wage increase recentlv granted by G3I. at the conclusion of the strike. This means, officials said, that prices for these cars may be in- find Bach too. He seeps time with his tail when. Mr. Cavanaugh gives us music lessons. He barks when we hie wrong notes. Ee may be looking for Bito. "We love Bach. He will be eight years old Easter morair-g. averages Bmcks, ST7; for Cadillacs, "Bach doesn't like copular music retail increases av- bus he may be near a juke box or erage SSI. OPA said The hike for 'Tzaio somewhere.__________ Oidsmobile averages f or j ug RETURNS DESERTERS I OTTAWA, April j States authorities apprehended and returned, to Canada 391 deserters from the Canadian Army during the war, a defence headquarters spokes- man said. The action was taken under a mutual arrangement be- tween nolice and military authori- countries. Royal voa should thank heaven it's raining. Rain is beneficial to you." Par lack of sunshine, he recom- mended. corstimption of cod liver OIL said Prune Minister Aitlee in. a Birmingham urging stnct ia labor's ranks." Sir HarUev Attorney- general. said" a- St- Helen's, Hamp- s, that unoflicial strikes would, undermine the official negotiating machinery. "Wartime policy of ifce trades un- ion congress, emoracing virtually ail British unions, "was to guarantee maximum outaut by avoiding strikes m Bui Vancouver's rain-punchy ci- j aii costs. New tnat a labor gov- have one thing to be thank- ful for no one is in any danger of getting sun burned. Bull Prices. Up At Edmonton EDMONTON. April 13 High- er prices and ouallty marked the annual sale of purebred bulls at Edmonton, spring live- stock show, when 157 registered bulls sold for an average of or more than a year ago. Top price of more than doubled last year's peak. Returns for the bulls, ex- ceeded the 1944 total by more than although, only fire more bulls sold. A dozen registered female cattle sold for bring- ing turnover for the three-day shotr. including purebred swine and. prize beef cattle, to a grand total of about A Shorthorn buU of two j-ears. bred by Henry Trame of Lacombe and sold by Steve Sorochak of Chipman made the peak at Beer Parlors For Nova Scotia HALIFAX. April Legis- lation for the sale of beer by the glass or open bottle in prlx-ately- owned taverns in Jf ova Scotia, "was introduced in the provincial legis- lature here Friday by Attorney- General J. H. MacQuarrie. The Minister, in intro- ducing the government legislation amending the Scotia Liquor NEW EMPIRE (Continued rrom Front Page.) ths_ empire were organized as power Control Act, indicated there -would be a period during which liquor sys- tems in other provinces would be studied. No suggestion -when the new provisions would come into ef- fect was given. The Bill, which was given second reading today, contained these maicc points. il The government is authorized to aDDOint a tavern licence com- mittee. 2. Liquor may be sold, not otiiy by the liquor commisioa as a; pres- ent, but by persons granted per- mission. 3. No one except the commission may sell liquor, except under licence from the committee. "With these provisions, the stage was set for the introduction, of taverns In Halifax. Glace Bay, Sew Waterfoni and Dominion, points which already -have voted in plebis- cites for sale of beer by the glass or open bottle. of the Uni- j aeiensrre wnole wiija striking power a Qf- t countries. Roval rersitv of British Columbia. Van- fo cjspersea as .o be mimune irom j c fonce handled ccuver; A. W. Trueman. presidenv ae Detention of United States de- of the University of said that to Canada, officials said the jnipeg; V. B. Ehodenizer, Acadia Universiiy. Acadia, 2T.S. A special sub-cominitLee of the you can start your FLYING TRAINING Kepler AvJsHoa Limited have r.ow ccmnsenced flying -nstractSori !n their new Piper Cab Trainer. OperaUors wHl be conducted from temporary office located sorth cf T.C-A. hangar at Kenyon Field. CHIEF INSTRUCTOR: W. J. D. (BILL) MACLAREN Come out and take a Trial. Half-Hour Lesson for PLEASURE AND BUSINESS TRIPS in Cessna 4-passenger, twin-engined alrcraJt, with enclosed, comfor afate heated operating from Kenyoa Field. Suggested IBghtsf {Computed cost per individual, on basis of four pas- sengers per Local flight 5 Taber and return.......... Vfaierton, Cardston and return 32.75 Medicine Hat and retnrn___ 17.35 Glacier National Park, Lake McDonald and VTatwton.. 18.05 Frank Slide, Crow's Nest Pass and Waterton 18.75 Livingston Range, Tornado Mountain, Allison Peak, Crow's Xest Pass and Frank Slide 18.75 (These prices subject to 15'J Federal Transportation Tax) FOR 4338 OR 2410 ler Aviation Limited 7th St. S, Lcthbridge Kepl The Glasgow Herald said that experience has shown Britain no longer can provide defences for the wnole empire. "The only true protection is the streiisth of each individual mem- ber the empire to resist attack combined with an agreement that each will assist the other ia a co- orcinar-ed system, of joint the newspaper said. CANADA IN PACIFIC OTTAWA, April was reliably learned here that Canada's navy will have squadrons on each coas; which include a cruiser, an aircraft carrier, destroyers and fri- gates. This would enable Canada to as- sume an important Pacific defence role and seems significant at a time when London reports say an em- pire pnrne ministers conference starting ADril 23 may discuss the possibility of the dominion's taking a larger share of defence problems. The aircraft carrier Warrior, at present docked at Halifax, is not fitted for ragged Atlantic winters and is scheduled to be moved to the Pacific. However, her sister- ship Magnificent, now at Belfast, will be winterized and likely will join the Atlantic squadron. The cruiser Enterprise already is the Pacific. on POLAND CConSnuefl trom Front number returned to the United States had not been totalled yet. ISOLATE TETANUS TOXIN CLEVELAND. April toxin, si poison, described as being- so DOwerful that an ounce could WH the entire population of the TJnited States, has been isolated in pure crystalline form, Western Re- serve University reported Fri- dav. It represents the first time a. bacterial toxin has been iso- lated and crystallized, the school said. ADJOURN 5IURDEB TRUL LOAN TO G.B. eminent is in office the T.U.C. carried thai policy into the recon- version penod. There has been no official strike in Britain since the war began. "But there is no denying there is a more impatient attitude among union members thai; there was during Uie said a T.U.C. spokesman. "They want Quicker action on their complaints tnan- they can get through official machinery." These are among the reasons given by union-representatives to account for cost-war 1. War-weariness, causing irrita- bility now that the war emergency is over, and unsatisfactory living conditions. 2. Changes in wages and working conditions through reconversion. 3. A change in the attitude of em- plovers toward wages matters fol- lowing cancellation, of war contracts and reductions ia excess profits taxation from 100 to 60 per cent. 4. Feeling that the T.U.C. has be- come a quasi-government agency, more concerned with, furthering ficial policv than in fighting battles of its members. AEtoniuk was the buyer. Top price on Herefords was 250 paid by C. Daniel of Ent- for the champion shown by W. A. Cra-Kford-Prost of Jfanton, who also sold one bred by George Rc-danz of Toronto for "W. C. BisselTs reserve champion. Hereford sold for to Herman Stebner of Nisku. The champion Aberdeen Angus bull brought and the reserve champlcn C. E. Case of 2M- nujnton buying the former and the provincial department the latter. Five of the black bulls were unsold. HISTORIC BRISTOL _ FOR TONNIPEG CHURCH WINNIPEG, April 600- vear-old iseH. an that remains of beautiful and historic St. Peter's hospital in Bristol, England, will next Sundav be presented to Grace United Church in TOnaipeg. A token of lasting appreciation for assistance lent during the blitz of Bristol. 'June 1, 1941, when the hospital was destroyeoy-the. bell- is a gift of the lord Mayor of Bristol During the bombings three- quarters of a ton of food was do- nated by the Grace congregation to bombed-out citizens. Addicts Drink Juice Stewed Poppy Heads April A series of convictions and arrests has thrown light on the scarcity of ready narcotics in Winnipeg and addicts have beau driven to drink- ing the juice of stewed, poppy heads. la police court Pearl Bytheway and Frederick Epans were convicted of illegal production of crude "mor- phine from juice of stawed poppy heads while Clarence Palk was con- victed of having ODIUDI pills in his possession. Fines of and six months in jail where imposed. However, it is believed prices for morphine in Winnipeg are the highest in the Dominion. A "junk- er" or dope addict has to pay S8 for; one-quarter grain of morphine. Inspector Peter Cafferty on. the morality bureau said that 5a rural districts ponpy heads are being sold for z. bag, and the juice, which contains morphine, is sold for about; a gallon. It is illegal to grow poppies in Canada under the narcotics act. Counsel of Fort Frances Friday in police coiirt protested further adjourn- ment in the case of James Coine- gan, 25-year-old Moxspn Reserva- tion Indian, charged with the mur- der of John Handorgan, another Indian, found dead in a ditch sear Bergland, Ont.. March 23. Crown Attorney Korman It Croome re- quested adjournment because ex- hibits har1 not been received from Toronto and some witnesses were not available. (Contintsea nroia Front Page.) have to bear that burden in taxa- tion. SENATE ADJOURNS OTTAWA, April sen- ate adjourned" Friday until April 30 after Senator It A. David Quebec) gave notice he would raise after the recess the question of the absence of French in the swearing ia ceremonies of Viscount Alexan- der as governor-general. (A similar question was raised ia the commons by John Bracken, Progressive Conservative leader and Prime Minister Mackenzie said precedent, had' been followed and there was no discourtesy in- tended either to the governor-gen- eral or the people of Quebec.) Senator David's question asked if the provision of the British North America. Act making both the nng- lish and French language official f stiil was in effect and, if so, why -tllcn i both languages were not used in the ceremonies. Third reading was given two bills placing Sea Cadets and Air Cadets on the same status as the Array Cadet Cprps. TRENT ALEXANDER'S ADDRESS OTTAWA, April 13 S2 The commons adopted a motion to have HEALTH SCHEME TALKED SVVliT CURRSJSTT, ga.sk, April of Saskatchewan Health Region No. 1 Friday are ____________________ considering a plan to provide health are er-saged In atomic research in 1 services on a "fee for service" basis Sain." tke region's residents who would i Spai While there probably wiE be no immediate decision on acceptance or rejection of Francos invitation, the possibility arose thai Spam might be permitted to state her case before the council. Spanish sources said Generalis- simo Franco might send a repre- sentative to the council, if asked, on the condition that he be allowed to speak without taking the role of de- lending a co-jntry "on triaL" The council could send members or delegated technicians to Spain as an body if the evj- der.ce of supporting arguments expected to be offered by the inaugural address of Viscount Alexander on his swearing in as governor-general printed as an ap- pendix to the debates of the com- mons along with the address cf welcome read by Prime Minister Mackenzie King. The motion was moved far Mr. Kir.g and seconded by John Brack- en, Progressive Conservative leader. FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS arranged by our MORTGAGE DEPARTMENT To assist la the constmciion, purchase or re- financing of residential and commercial property. Monthly payment and other repayment plans at current interest rates. The Company is an authorized lending institu- tion tinder the National Housing Act Your inquiries given prompt service. Usual courtesies to all agents. THE MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HEAD OFHCE (Eflabluhed 1887) TORONTO, CANADA E. A. SHARMAN AGENfcY OWEN J. WOOD Mortgage Loan Agents, Lethbridge 1251-2nd Ave, Sonth. 416-6th St. South finance the scheme by contributing an annual flat rate. Under the plan residents of the health region would have their own choice of doctors who would submit their accounts to the region executive. If the doctors consent, it is hoped to get the health plan operating by next July. WASTE WOOD AS FOOD? ATLANTIC KJ., April 33. A cheinical engineer has suggested utilization of waste products as food sources to cope with a shortage of proteins in the United States. Declaring there Russia. France and Mexico against j is a United States shortage of that such action is 000.000 tons of proteins in foods, Dr. __________ A necessary. It appeared that the Robert T. Aries, of New Haven. Conn, told the American Chemical I Spanish" question would be reached Society this "could be partly offset by recovering proteins from pulp Monday. The Iranian issue is ahead of it on the provisional agenda. LIFT ROAD BANS CALGARY, April live Monday at 7 aon., bans will be lifted on all main and secondary highways in the province. Buses and trucks have been pro- hibited from travelling on a, num- ber of highways in all directions from Calgary during the psst few wer.KS because of the poor condi- Ucn of roads. paper mill wastes." STRIKE PARALTZES JAMAICA KINGSTON, Jamaica, April British colony was virtu- ally paralyzed today by an island- wide strike called by the British West Indies Trade Union in an ef- fort to force authorities to drop manslaughter charges against Wil- liam A. Bustamante. Jamaica's labor boss and virtual prime nun- i ister. SICKNESSAT.CIDENT INSURANCES WORLD'S EXCLUSIVE HEALTH v ACClDINT BARTMAN District Manager Sherlock Bldf. Fhone 4378 Listen To Claire Wallace Describing the swearing-in of His Excellency, Viscount Al- exander of Tunis, as Gover- nor-General of Canada Monday, April ISth at a.m. over CJOC This program Is brought to yon Robin Hood Flour Mills Limited JEWS PA PER I JEWS PA PER I ;