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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE Fear Deadlock To Delay Conference Bv John M. Hsghtower WASHINGTON, April Prolonged deadlock aaiong the te powers over live issues involved in European peace treaties threatened today to delay indefinitely the final peace settlements for the beaten axis saieUites. High United States officials were pessimistic about the possibilities of breaking the deadlock at the meet- ing of icreiga ministers of the Ua- f Paris. DEWITT MacKENZIE SAYS Happenings In Spain One Of Big Problems Reach Agreement Withdraw Troops From Indonesia Highlights In The News Dutch officials have agreed oxi i gradual withdrawal of British troops" from Indonesia, and their replacement by Dutch forces. A brief communique gave no de- tails, saving simply that agreement was reached on the necessary jneas- ures for -Liquidation- of the war v Rt. Hon. "Vincent Massev and Mrs. i Princess Juliana of The Nether- XIasser. as trustees of the Massey lands and her husband. Priace Foundation, are presenting to Can- national gallery us. Ottawa collection of 70 paintings by con- ternporarv English artists, asseia- bied br SSr. and Mrs. Slassey dur- ing their ten years' residence in By DEWITT MACKENZIE Coincident that the Uni! will support______ the U-N. security council of Po-1 only some hours, land's charges against the Franco I The bulletin was issued Bernhard. arrived In Oslo by plane Vice-Regal Family Retires Early After Eventful Day ryrTA VA v? started among Girl students of Ger- Reveal Movement Among German Girls Make Saint Out of Irma Grese NT7ERNBSRG. April lafco signing I secret movement has been from Stockholm. They are nvjfcing a tour of Scandinavian countries thank them for help given the Dutch during the war. ical columnist. I Aad he and his farnP.T went tok Clapton O. 2. Northampton T- 1- Ipswich Town 2. Watford 2. Norwich City I, Waisall 1. Notts County 0, Queen's Park Rangers 3. Port Vale 0. Mansfield Town 0. League Three South fSouth. Region Cup) Bristol City 1. Crystal Palace 2. Cardiff City 5. Reading 2. Exeter City 3. Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic 1. Swihdon Town 2. Bristol R. 1. Torquay United 1. Aldershot 1. League Three South (North and South Region Cup) South End United 1, Brighton and Hove Albion 1. Leajruc North Cop (Second Roucd) Gateshead 2, Carlisle United 1 Rotherham United 3, Doncaster Rovers 0. Southport I. Hartlepools United 1. York City i. Chester 0. __ _____ _ been hiding" Marshal Josio Bros Tito's government annoinsced. JAP PUPPET GIVEN SENTENCE OF DEATH CHUNGKING, April Kong Po. 38, former head cf -the Jajanesa sponsored pnpuet Nanking gov- ernment has been sentenced to death, it -was learned here. Chen among the first to follow Wang- Chinr Wei broke Generalissimo" Chim; Kai- Shek and launched his -peace movement" -which led to the creation of the Nankins -JOT- TURKEY SEEKS U.S. LOAN WASHINGTON. April Turkey has applied for a United States loan of about S500.000.000 to it XVLutA. aiiU. li> j v scarce foods and waste ao food at reach Seattle this afterncon. tne j nnance industrial development, all. airline said. was learned Friday. Numbers of traffic oilences were aired before Magistrate B. Met- calfe in Dolice court on Friday. G. Wright of Lethbridge was con- victed of unlawfully parking a vehi- cle on a highway. He was fined and costs or one day in jail. For passing a standing street car. Zoltca Kertesz was fined Si and costs while George Lueo contri- buted the same amount for failing to stop at a "stop street." Convicted of failing to stop oil the signal of a policeman, John P. Motherweil was fined and costs while Thos. Hay of Lethbridge was assessed S25 and costs for danger- I ous driving. William Danchak admitted creat- ing a disturbance by fighting. He explained that the blows followed i a disagreement on the distribution of a quantity of beer. He paid a fine of S5 arid costs. For operating a motorcycle with- out proper lights. Wm. Baczuk of Coaldale was fined S5 and costs j while Wm. John George of Noble- ford was assessed and costs for having inadequate brakes on fcis motor vehicle. I Suspended Sentence j Suspended sentence was imposed I upon an 18-year-old Edmonton girl for one year when she appeared in city police court Thujsday after- noon to receive sentence on two charges of theft to which she had pleaded guilty earlier in the day. She was placed on suspended sen- tence for one year for stealing a lapel watch, and for one month for stealing Pleading guilty to a charge of dan- gerous driving, Harold Thomas Sco- of Turin was fined S25 and S4 costs in Royal Canadian Mounted Police court- COURTSHIP BY MAIL! MONDAY AND TUES. RESERVE ARMY MEN RESENT VETERAN GIBES AMHERSTBURG, Ont, April 13 Gordon Fountain- an- nounced last night at p. meeting of the Fort Maiden Branch of the Canadian Legion that 42 members of the 16th Platoon Essex Scottish Reserve had resigned from the Amherestburg peacetime army be- cause of abuse from former active service personnel. "For three years during the said Sgt. Gordon, "the men in the reserve took abase about playine soldier and when the war ended and the active service men returned to Amherstburg ve subject to further abuse." There were no comments offered i by any of tlie service persoruiel. MGM's hilarious comedy of erroo, with the postman playing Cupid! MONDAY TILL WED. We Just Want You to Know What we Are Playing Easter Monday, April 22nd IN lost daringly different beautiful morion picture evi by M-G-M. makers of the great mm mi-mm Simx MKT urn aacr U n MM mam -THESE LIVE LOVABLE ANIMALS BLACKIE with FRANK MORGAN MILDRED NATW1C MARY NASH LEON AMES ERUNO- llfu LAST TIMES TONIGHT THEY WERE EXPENDABLE" ;