Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD NO DECISIVE BLOW YET AT FOREIGN ESPIONAGE IN CANADA Charges "Smoke Screen" on West Irrigation Plans I ger of its becoisiag stale. "The housewife likes these frozen By DOUGLAS HOW adiaa Press Staff Writer) OTTAWA, April espionage probe still AorS chewan Attorney-General J. VV. Corman in a statement Friday criti- the federal government for: id in regards to western im-; and only ovenless bakery m all the world, it's in the Village of Oak Park, last west of Chicago. With its inhabitants, it is the big- gest village in America. Mr. Male's Frigid-Dough system is now going nanon-'slde. The products are prepared by expert bakers, placed in paper containers in family-size quantities, and froz- en at 10 degrees below zero. They of ie. uuwiDdin; its secrets the same disposition to that frill probably continue to characterize its pro- gress until ii vanishes into the undercover world from which it emeised, unheralded and start- ling, IBO montlis ago Monday. that be as anybody's r-i-sss bu: informed sources here, place tie at its present at level of detentions in Canada: to s-c one in Britain is a perspective -isejsselves the form of Usa; commands bcsh jears in the Detentions and ultimately past anc. m the future. tliev be of a breadth Tie that has been struck a: j tha- v.12 set bsc> foreign espionage is no; regarc.ec espionase in this country as cecl-eve- It the ior :ong -ime :o come. scrybopk appearance Sw-; and re_ -1- a -eiSni :-e commission, one reliable -aainst "a sesment of the source has said, will be "a possoly lonrer than any o. 4SST" i three ar.c toSSSoe of that is'the j together toe strarcs tha. that of tie 14 persons detained in j pcppec t-P- Canada the name of only one wira- One intimation of tha: came in ed up bv Gouzenkos evidence and, the first interim report, issued doeiiments last September came as March which named per- admitted giving information on the super-explosive SDX for Ssissias use. l- Possibly the mas: important con- :ts _ the blow to -aas Ration development, saic: the recent' are dehverec frozen to the stores. because there are speech of fecrra! Resources Min-' and held JB refrigerators ister J. A. Gien was "nothing bat an attemDi to create a smoke screen behind which tiie federal govern- ment csn waggle out of it's election pledge to proceed Tsriih the tribation in its strong indication that it struck what has been called a Russiar: net- work of agents at s period %her. its organization was obviously gather- ing momentum. The is scope he has the first says Male, -because they are put on the table ores-fresh. Bakery goods is the al- ways "been baked hours ahead. Sometimes the buyer doesn't; get them tbev are a day or two old." To save work for the housewife, pies, muffins, cap and food cake are all frozen la special baking containers, and may be tak- 21 from the freezer or efrigerator to the oven without refrigera' defrosting. Cookies and cream- bake. Soils must be defrosted and. them. allowed to raise to about twice their' Frigid-Dous size before baking. tleaien's hou. Mr. Male originated the idea be- weekends free cause he hated going to work at night work as 3-39 ajn. and standing for long hours before hot ovens. Witty Boaj It occurred to him that the solu- is Sake the tion might be to let women do madam. Rati their own baking. The idea caught j Witty Lar os. Women found that Frigid-1 tae you; Dough made it possible for them to weather, too. hake with little fear of failure. Pro- j fessional bakers had dose all "the; worrying puff shells are shaped and ready to all the iagredie: _______________ ASTCTE.JSH about recipes, and mixed j (Macl( ingredients correctly for In a Winr present i ove- provincial nahts was blocking water cotsservation and development on the prairies. Mr. "Carman said the Saskatche- -sran soverrsnent always ready anS anxic--is to co-operate with Ot- is v, a m gettms water and srriza- tion pro-eets undersvay and had been away at Ottawa a year'in an attempt 10 set action." a rndercover War sons and promised "in oar fmsj report we will deal more f uUy with s Dr. 3over. the the evidence or our findings" on McGill rriversity" scientist who h2S connection with them. RADIO CONTROLLER DECORATED AS SCIENCE MEDALS AWARDED OTTAWA. April lor outstanding contributions in science and administration hsve been awarced by the lEsarate or the Civil Service of Can-' sda to Walter Albert Hush, radis controller of the depart- isent to workers of the radio branch of the Xationai Hesaardi Council. Presentation of the 1943 medals made today at a luncheon featured the two-dsy meei- ing cf the instisure. Radar Experiments The science section of the ward to the N.H.C. workers for de- Essocisr-ed dsvelopmsnts. "incladirrg: the design or a cathrode ray directioa Sndsr and work in the field of inoaosphere raeasure- ilr. Hash received the award as the individual responsible for or- the means of carrying inio effect -the work of the scientists, "especially In the Held of ladio monitoring of enemy messages and sanals." The "report revealed the following outstanding contributioiis of radio -and radar: 1_ Xaval radar ceveloped by the :SJ3.C." -was -sricely -used oa convoy escort Tessels in the Atianric. 2. Anti-aircraft, gun control radar desienec cv the X.H.C. and manufact'jred by Research JSntemrises, helped guard London against air raids. 3. Accuracy of the transport department's long range direc- tion finders played an import- ant part in the location and successful chase of the German battleship Bisraark and other surface and undersea raiders. 4. Early in the war, the transport department monitor- ing stations monitored German short-wave broadcasts which could not be heard in Britain because of special conditions af- fecting short-wave radio trans- mission. 5. The monitoring station at did "outstanding work" in intercepting Japanese Mr. Rush represented Canada at the Commonwealth Communication Council and the meetings of the j Commonwealth and Smpire Confer- ence for CiTil Aviation. As s. result of the first C.E.B.C.A- confereace, technicians of the NJR. C. and the Transport department collaborated on. development and production of an. airborne radar distance indicator -which shows the pHot of an aircraft; his distance from one or more selected points on The ground. Patterson Raps Socialistic Propaganda SASKATOOX. April 13- J leader of the Labera! opposition in the Saskatchewan les- islature. charged that the present C.C-F. government was going "far j nf'e-C" in its election promises and 1 that it was spreading socialistic; propaganda in the public schools i Land over the radio "at public ex- pense." I Soeaking at the annual conven- j tioii of the Saskatchewan TVomen's Liberal Association, the former; premier also criticized the govern- men: for what he described as cen- tralization of power and control. Resolutions passed included criti- cism of "dictatorial protest against, the increased gov- emmental costs; use of imwar- ranted authority in local govern- ment administration, and opposi- tion to "government attempts to use the schools for propaganda pur- poses and indoctrination of stud- ents with its political theories." i The convention urged reciprocal free trade and increase in income i tax exematioas -and advocated a j scheme of contributory pensions which would make citizens self-sup- tt, 65. Fallow Scores i CBC Governors Kaltenbrunner Says He Fought To Right Wrongs porting on retirement as BACK AFTER BIG ONES i SxDNET. Austraha (CP> Big j earns fishing -wiil be resumed off j the coast of JCew South "Wales this c for the first time since 1933. i that season. Dr. C. Maitlaac of Svdney, established a -world's record by landing a 100-pound shark on ligns tackle. XUEEXBEKG, April Ernst Kaltenbrunner con- cluded Ms testimony before the international military tribnnal today -with, the statement that he remained in nh job as lien- tenant to Heinricn Himmler "becanse I considered it my duty to stay and fight the wrons after I fottnd oat what condi- tions existed.'' ai declaration capped a recital in wmcn tae lonner cmei o. tne j aoie record of having been elected German security police sought to djainnan Of the Public School 2DMOSTOX, April phcsiES Minister W. A. said decision of the board of gover- nors of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to refuse a public com- mercial license to radio station CK-uA E3 reject, its application to bailsi a wats station at Eed Deer. Alta, mace it apparent the federal government "is deter- mined to 3. closed corporation of the national broadcasting f acfli- ries of Canada." Mr. jrallow, whose department took tie station over froai Alberta characterized the refusal to the license to CKUA. an station, as Icrthsr evidence "the planned system of creeping paralysis Seing forced on the provinces with, the definite purpose of curtailing the right of free speech and free think- ing." Mr. PaHow said the station man- ager had. been advised the C3C governors had not recommenced favorably on its application for permission. TO baild the plant. After a further exchange of cor- Heconssrucaon Minis- LEFT HAND CORNER (Coatiaued froia Rroat PageJ the slightest provocation, and his employees have learned to expect a Selznick memo at any icoment. Recently one of the producer's aids discovered thai he had given Selznick aa incorrect list of prodac- rin-i schedules, and also had sub- mitted to him an incomplete file salaries paid. The aid held Ms throbbing head for a few minutes, j groaned ana then sat down to write a letter to his boss. "Dear Mr. Selz- IE began, "in reply to your memo of York j Post. 42 YEARS AS CHAIRMAN Starj Venerable Archdeacon Thomas Dobson has achieved the remark- depict hSmyp'if as a man without executive power and even without knowledge" of the gestapo's reign of terror. Saltenbrunner represented him- self as s. man who repeatedly inter- vened with Hitler and Himmler to plead for mercy toward the Jews. j He maintained also that he worked repeatedly to establish negotiations for peace "immediately after I be- came comincec with our defeat at Stalingrad in February, 1943, that Germany had lost the wax." The prosecution immediately at- boarc of Tilbury for the 42nd con- secutive term. This is certainly no empty honor. Archdeacon Dobson undoubtedly is enjoying the unique experience of having under h5s care grand- j children of pupils who were in the primary grades when he first took office. T thausen. statinc the'had seen him statioS te trips. of the nauoaal system. Mr. j jrallow said, aac in refusing M. T 11 CSTA's application had cnnadered j VlSCOUnt the jLcmocton area already was served by commercial stations. Time For Attlee To Reshuffle His Cabinet LONDON. April Lon- don Star. Liberal, speculated that it was time for Prime Minister Attlse to reshuffle his cabinet and fire "the obvious "While men like Mr. Bevin 'for- eign secretary) and Mr. Dalton (chancellor of the escchesraer) have grown in stature as departmental heacs. some their colleagues fallen short of wrote John Carvel, tne Star's poli- ties! correspondent, "iaey are ripe for transfer either to the house of lores or to some sinecure 1 OUT "Father, will you give rne 10 cents for a poor man who is out- I side Tes. son, here it is. What is he tacked Saltenbrunner's statement j crying that he had no personal knowledge "He's crying "Fresh roasted pea- of concentration camp horrors by j nuts, five cents a bag'." presenans affidavits from former 'A SOURCE OF PROFIT (Municipal Financial News) Parking meters in Memphis, Ten- nessee, produce about S12.000 each j month from meters. The i meters installed cost S5S each. Some take 5c and some Ic. Tae money accumulates in a tube and the seal on the tube is not, broken until it is j returned 10 the collecting office in j the city hall. In a large city a i money counties machine is neces- j sary. At first Memphis recorded the i collections from individual meters j to determine if locations were proper. Kow all money is thrown to- j gether. but the proceeds are audited j by having the money in sealed; tubes. All meters are of the auto- j mane type. April count Lasceiles, 23-year-old son of the Earl of Harewood and the Princess Royal arrived in Winnipeg rriday on a holiday tour that will take across the praine to the Pacific coast. He came to Canada last, November as aid-de-camp to his grand-uncle, the Earl of Athlone, fonner gov- ernor-general of Canada. "I like Canada said Viscount Lasceiles. "It's been great fun." He will leave here today and be- fore going to Vancouver wiB visit Banff and Lake Louise. West T. -r> 1 rip The shrewish spinster daughter! of a certain well-known general j had at last captured her man. He was only a second lieutenant, but considering the homely face, the, mind, and the waspish dis-: position of the pursuing maiden., she had really accomplished a very good catch. "Dad." pleaded the altar-bound creature, "can't you do something for you promote Man Without A Country VANCOUVER. Aprn 13. Kestor de Assancao, 54. a steward on tee freighter "City College of OTTAWA. April i 1 scheduled West. Inches training ex- "No." replied the general, "I i j erases and later visit to Halifax by; can't elevate him over the heads of the Canadian cruiser Uganda have He took a long look at his i j been cancelled, naval service head- j horse-faced daughter and added i s quarters announced today. crightjy. "But I might have him j The announcement said the cited for Street; Uganda, at present at Rio JDe, journal. i Janeiro, Brazil, would be required j I on the Pacific coast May 17 to meet, FROZEN DOUGH FROM summer training requirements ol: navy recruits and the cruiser would return to her home oort at Ejqui- "'bv the most direct' said in an interview n his native Portugal i The itinerary for the remainder for espionage wore fc- tne British i or -fce training cruise, which took against Spain during the Second i the ship all the way around South j Great War ana is afraid he will bs j America, wouid include Pernam- executed ii ne returns. buco, Brazil. April 16: Trinidad, 5 De Assuncao fled from Lisbon to April 24- Colon Panama Canal, j India bat not permuted to j April 30. She would leaie Color.. land at Calcutta. He went fromiMav 2 and make one stop at San there to the United States and -seas signed on the City College ol New Torfc 'STleiory by Captain E. Hickey. Immigration authorities here will cot permit the Portuguese to go ashore unless a heavy cash bond is BAKERIES (Condensed from Sales Mansse- New IX Gordon Male be- up by Captain Hickey. De Assuncao has a. wife and two is Portugal out ovens. Today he has America's' most unusual bakery, where the products are frozen instead of baked. Housewives now buy his frozen j pies, cakes, rolls, and biscuits in i Pedro. Cal_ from May 11 to May i stores. Then the i 14 before proceeding to Esquimau. goes into the home oven, to i emerge hot at mealtime. 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