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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION Weather JIOSTLY .VOL. 106. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, APRIL CHINESE REDS CAPTURE CHANGCHUN Price Boost Is Criticized Bracken Leads Attack in. De- fends Govt. Action OTTWA, April gov- ernment's recent action in allowing a 12'- per cent increase in the re- tail price of farm implements was strongly criticized in the commons vesterdav bv a heavy slate of oppo- sition sneakers who contended the pnces farm products also should be allowed io rise. In a vigorous defence, Finance Minister Ilsley said the government would not have permitted the in- crease had it not felt it was neces- sarv and stressed thas a "rigid jand severe" control still was being maintained, on prices of farm ma- chinerv. It was a record debate for this speakers took part and was initiated when John Bracken. Progressive Conservative leader, moved shortly after the 3 run. house opening that the cham- ber adjourn its ether business to discuss the increase, announced by the Prices Board last Saturday- Leaders of the three opposition parties Progressive Conservative. C CJP. and Social a lone liberal member, George Cruick- shank (L.. Fraser their disapproval of the increase and were supported by opposition members who represent farm con- stituencies. Labor Minister Mitchell and Ag- riculture Minister Gardiner spoke with Mr. Ilsley to place the govern- ment's case on record. CART BEFORE HORSE? Finance Minister Ilsley said In the commons that the government had not put the cart before the horse in allowing a 12 H per cent increase in the price of farm im- plements. I Sneaking after more than 201 members, including all opposition leaders, had protested against the' increase, announced Saturday, Mr. Ilsley said the Prices Board would allow no increase that was not absolutely, necessary. Opposition speakers claimed the government should lift the ceilings on farm products and "wages in line with the increase granted to the implement industry. Since 1941 there had been repeat- ed and upward adjustments of wages and prices on farm products, said Mr. Ilsley. One of the reasons why the in- crease on implements had to be granted was because wages in that industry had increased by 28 per ImplementjcHMMjy HORSES IMPORTED UN. CounciliXake Capital Service Pay Manchuria W I Id II S UdOC NiShtof Assaults Results m Defeat of Q U11111211 German horses, many of which were imported Into Germany from overrun countries, have been brought into the TJ.S- by the Army Remount Service, which will use the horses to improve American steeds. Many will be used to develop better army horses. This is Lotnik, a full purebred Arabian. The horse, seemingly aware that it is in the top-notch of horsedom, holds his head high as he is shown to the horsemen snd. breeders attend- ing the show at Front Royal. Virginia, cent. The average hourly rate in the Massey-Hams plant in Toronto had moved from 51 cents an hour m 1939 to almost 80 cents an hour in 1946. To those who argued the govern- ment took only the side of big busi- ness. he wished to point to the fact that wages generally were 45 per cent higher in 1944 than they were curing the 1935-1939 period. Mr. Ilsley said it was utterly im- possible to maintain, rigid controls indefinitely. Constitutionally the government did not have the right to continue the controls indefinitely and for that reason a measure of de- control was necessary. Mr. Ilsley said the whole record IMPLEMENT (Continued on Page Two.) The Left Hand Corner. Russians Buy N.Y. Real Estate Poet of the Yukon Breaking Into London Houses. W HETHE51 you hunt pheas- ants in tne. northwest or quail in the southeast, hearken to Allan Trout's story of a remarkable bird dog. Jim was a great quail hunted in his younger cays, and owned the fcejt bird dcgs in his section. But grew older he gave up hunt- ing and disposed of all his dogs except one favorite. A man came to buy the dog one day, relates the new raagazme, Holiday. "What will you take for he asked. "On, I don't war.t to Jim replied, "but I might take a thous- and a right smart amount of money for an olu said the man. "What can he "Come with me and I'll show you.' answered Jim. Jim got two guns, handed one to his visitor and whistled the dog up. They walked a mile or so to a bottom of womout crawfish land. Jim invited his visitor to sit on a Pay Ceiling F 01" C a 111 fi Dictum, Adjoum Discussion De-; mand Consideration of j Franco's Case Night of Unceasing: Assaults Results in Defeat of, Small Government Seventy Miles Distant CHUNGKING, April official Central j News Agency, in a dispatch from Changchun, today] NEW YORK. Aoril (C-P.J The United Nations security council to4ay postponed action Russia's proposal for drop- pint the Russian-Iranian case and adjourned until tomorrow with three delegates demanding immediate consideration of Po- land's charges against Franco Spain. Dr. Quo Tai-Chi. chairman, an- nounced the council would meet at 2 pjn. C-S.T. tomorrow. He die no: state v.hat would be taken up then. But Prance. Rus- sia. and Poland joined in asking immediate consideration of the Spanish case. reported that Communist troops entered the city last night after a night of continuous attacks. rrs CIVIL WAR J scheduled departure from Chang- general strike ,of Palestine's 50.000 civil service workers halted every government function today except water suoplies. police and health. Work stoppages were orderly throughout the country and there was no picketing. The only major demonstration was at the Jewish agency head- quarters in Jerusalem. Several thousand persons appeared in pray- er shawls before the building where! case on its agenda. No. 8 Strike Is Unsettled Truman Signs Petrillo Curb OTTAWA, April The broad picture of peacetime life in Canada's three forces wax partially painted today injc pronouncement on pay fed- erally, on army terms of and on navr recruiting. Striking the key-note in post- war services policy, the awaited disclosure at improved par rates fulfilled prophesies tikav use lain in uniform wmdd compare favorably with his civilian counterpart in a finan- cial way. Twelve hoars after anEotracemens of a basic rate of SS5 a month fo? ratings, privates and aircraftasea as compared with the pre-war rate of 512 and a wartime rate the army came ouc with a dovetailing statement which mads plain the facs it be ganninjr for men of high calibre in. the perm- anent force of 25.090. NEEDED A college degree for oflScess. Junior matriculation for other ranks wai be the general active force educa- tional Score although service in the Second Great "War will enable: veterans to sidestep those necessi- ties. The army, in a. seven-page sum- mary that contained little new in- formation. a batch of procusuig: yoang other ranks would be sslecs- ed annually to go to university as a step towards commissions, thac WASHINGTON, April W) President Truman signed today legislation making it a federal cf- funse to use coercion against radio broadcasters. Sponsors said the measure 5s de- tne traditional three-year stretch. _____i i ffrf memorandum to its committee of experts for a report within two days. This could bring the matter up" again Thursday. SOME BITTERNESS The council saw a brief recur- rence of the; bitterness that mark- ed its session late yesterday when the Russian delegate, Andrei A. Gromvfco. expressed "doubt" that the TJmted States and Britain wanted a peaceful settlement of the Iranian case. Edward R. Stettinius, Jr.. the United States delegate, told the council todav his government still thought it not wise to drop she Iranian case immediatelv. Sir Alexander Cadogan, the Bri- tish delegate, who said yesterday that the Iranian case was before Tuesday afternoon the No. S mine strike was unchanged. During the -morning a joint netting of mine union renre- and officials of Mdre Collieries. LtdL, failed to produce a settlement and in Calgary Robert Lirett, presi- dent of District 18. U-M-W. of A, stated that be bad asked the men to return to work pending negotiations peeking a settle- ment of tbe dispute. It is un- derstood the miners will meet again tonight. Tuesday, when tne strike is expected to be dis- 1 signed to halt certain practices of 'iria for other ranks and the American Federation of Labor j that officers unsuitable for further Musicians Union headed by James i promotion, will be weeded, out, C. PetrUlo. It carries penalties oi XAVTT PLANS up to a year's imprisonment and i xhe navy announced that gen- fine for competing or at- j erai recrultmg for its reserve open- tempting to compel broadcasters LC: at jg naval, divisions yesterda-r. 1. jure more employees than they j streaglh erentuailv ai- 2 Pay money for services Eot for the naval air corn- performed. J The'naval permanent force, re- ol its the council aeain only because Rus- sia had brought it up. did not reply again today to the Russian re-. marks. Mr. Gromyko closed the discus- sion by telling the council that he MINE STRIKEBOUND 8 Mine or Lethbridge Col- lieries Ltd.. continued strikebound j 25% Rate Jump en Tuesday morning, miners refus- j WASHINGTON. April The nation's railroads have asked the Interstate Commerce Commission for an increase of 25 per cent in freight rates, with certain exceptions, to be- come effective May 15. No increase was asked in present passenger fares. I did not expect the to stop work after fcur hours be- i volume of traffic" and revenues delegate" of the United States to j cause such a small number "of uc- 50105: down." the agree." i overground men aid reported for Dr Quo received the thanks of work tiiat a full eight hour shift cculd not be guaranteed. The union inp to dig coal until they are as- sure-i ar? eight-hour shift when they report for duty. j The strike was called on Monday I following a disagreement on Satur- i had "called things by their names J day. Surface worsens were asked the council for his work as chair- man He will be replaced tomor- row by Dr. Hafez Afifi Pasha, the Egyptian delegate, in accord with the council rule that each dele- gate will be tsresident for a month a; a time in alphabetical order of the nations on the council. Early in today's session the sec- retarv general made known his doubts that the council could re- tain the heated Russian-Iranian 15 -Jewish leaders are in the fifth day of a hunger strike Jn protest, against the detaining of Jewish refugees at La Spezia. Italy. The strike of civil service work- ers, including both Arabs and Jews, was caDed to back demands for higher pay and better working con- j ditions. i Railway workers left their Jobs! jesterday in a demand for higher pay, while postal employees walked' out last week. At Haifa, Palestine's major harbor, stevedores have re- fused to unload ships carrying vit- ally needed foodstuffs because the government's failure to meet wage demands. Fifteen Jewish leaders on hunger strike in Jerusalem m sympathy witiJ 1.28S Jewish immigrants de- tained in Italy, last night deaden Lie's memorandum was referred to the committee of experts for z report on it within two days. COUNCIL (Continued on Page Two.) Jewish passover rites. The fast now ____ f m JLiaiV. UCUiUCM civilians for income tax purposes, a t a service spokesman saia todax. The regulations would be the same as had applied to the services be- fore wartime exemptions were auth- orized. During the war, officers and men j __rving overseas, at sea and in the air in operational areas paid no in- j come tax. There also was a further j Fear Russia Plans To Invade Spain agreement with the coal company j provides for the four hour shift if 550 MEN OUT Approximately 200 men are af- fected hi the No. S strike while at: the Canmore mine an additional 350 are striking. They walked out' lass Tuesday when they objected "to one man being asked to work in a i dual capacity." j The essential issue at Canmore.'' a union official claimed, is the j right of a workman to belong io the i union of his choice. Mike Patroski i had been ordered to do part-time work as fire boss, in other words, to become a comuaay official. This have meant he would have j had to end his membershio in the I United Mine Workers. But Mr.! Patroski wanted to continue as a' member of the union and therefore refused to become fire boss, he -aid. Domestic coal operators, indue-, ir.5 the Lethbridse. Drurnheller. Fd- 1 momon r.nd Coalspur foothills fields, held a meeting at Calgary, but so on the strike sit- uation was issued. i LONDON, Apnl peter Collins, secretary cf the Ed- radio expressed iear that Russia j jncr.tor district United Mine Work- was planning to invade Spam as tno ers 0{ Alberta, said last nieht "there Franco government awaited replies f wag no danger of the strike sprsad- todav from file powers j jng to the Edrncnton field." The NO. 3 STK1KJE {Continued on Page Two.) The Sue penalties could'be HP to 63 per ceotr voked against persons interfering f quotas irom lonner oScers and. with broadcast of cultural edu- ratings of the reserve now demoai- catjonal programs originating in The oshars will be novices- foreign lands. Volunteers may receive 50 hours t or more divisional training and two T r; -I All or tnor8 consecutive weeks inten- IvaiiWaYS ASK slve muring. generaSy as sea, dnr- I ing the year. Additional training be given to those desiring it. The reserve terra of serace will be five years. Meanwhile, in an address at Corn- wall. Ont., Defence Minister Abbots disclosed the Royal Military- Col- lege at Kingston. Ont_ will continue to foncrioa as an officer training centre, although "the complexities of modes warfare might make i; necessary for a considerable propor- tion of officer candidates to be uni- versity graduates." The in order to keep within Its complement of men, would hold in reserve one aircraft carrier and.four destroyers. Reserve forces were promised adequate equipment of the latest type on a generous scale to ensure the part-time train- ing courses would be both realistic and interesting. SERVICES Forecasting- some integration of the services. 3tr- Abbott said the reserve air force TranW be organized io provide a. fttlly- jnanncd and unit which coold be mobilized as a tactical air force for operations In copjtttiction trHli the army. He mentioned that the navy would be trained to fight frith, cither the British or United States fleets and that the R.C. AJV staff college at Toronto would -work in co-operation with other services and -with the and the Tniied States army air force. SSRVICS PAT (Continued on Page Two.) petition said, "the railroads have passed the point where it is possible to continue to meet the need for adequate and efficient freight traasoortation rates at the present pre-war levels." Woman Arrested LOXDOX. April found feeding bread to nacks on a. lake was arrested under Britain's new law against waittejt food. "It is not wast- ing bread to feed it to God's creatures." she pleaded. She was with a. warning. 4.000.000 MAY DIE WASHINGTON. April United Nations Relict and Rehabilitation Administra- tion has reported an estimated persons in China- will not survive the famine unless there is a swift improvement in the food situation. NEWS BULLETINS WPCTOWV ASK WESTERN wiTiranrn PATTLF WrTHHOLD CAITLE is in its fourth day. serving overseas, at sea and in the j Sft.viHfiT For Calgary ALL QUIET ON exemption service pay for six s months after return to Canada. TODAY'S BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE 6 1 fence post, while he climbed atop. Cincinnati 001 020 11 0 another post and sat down. The Passeau Pnm and Living- dog began to circle the Sield. "This is the craziest bird-hunt- ing I ever said the visitor. Chicago- stone; Beggs, Heuser Erickson "Just wait a Jim re- plied, "you'll see." At last the dog came to a point near the middle of the field. "All Jim said, "we're ready. You take the first one, 111 take the second, you the third. 111 take the so on." "Da you mean to tell asked the visitor, ''that the dog is going to flush them one at a replied Jirn. "He's run every bird in this field into a craw- CVCljr Ullu ill UiU 11CJU lillU fish hole and got it covered with Klce- and Hemsley; Voiselle. Adams Tnnfcle (9) and Lombardi. Brooklyn 001 020 00 Boston ..100 111 10 Gregg, Casey (8) and Anderson; Sain and Masi. Pittsburgh 001 2 St. Louis 300 0" Ostermueller, Heintzleman (4) and Smith; Beazley, Dickson (4) and THE LEFT HAND (Continued on Back Page) Home and Lombardi, N.Y.: Murtaugh. Northey. Phil. AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis.. 100 COO Detroit..... 010 100 CALGARY, April j light savin; time will be effective in Calgary from May 15 to October 5. it was decided by a 7 to 5 vote at Monday's city council meeting. Spain is a threat to world peace. These charges, together with an assertion that Spain was harboring German scientists, were- made by Oscar Lange. Polish delegate :o the w-m Grated Nations security council. DT FTTF FRONT council, meeting -ri New York tooay. 1 is scheduled to take up ths Spanish j question as soon as it disposes ol the Russian-Iranian dispute. BUTTS. Mont.. April IS ____ _ i This copper capital or Tile Spanish 'oreisn ministry an-'. 40.000 began relaxing today from WINNIPEG, April livestock shippers have been urged to hold their cattle off the market until the present price situation is clarified, G. ML Ferric, president of the Canadian live- stock Shippers' Association, said here Tuesday. He said packers refused to pay more than the new scale of 13 cents a posnd steers, 11 cents for heifers and nine cents for cows and that with cattle in the union stockyards here win io take a. loss. FIGHTING REPORTED IN NORTHERN IRAN I TEHRAN, .ipril receivca here Tuesday stated that fisbting: had broken out between Iraniaa gOvennBent troops and forces of the Democratic (left party which set up its own administration in Azerbaijan province, Potter and Mancuso; Newhouser: and Richards. Boston......001 010 30 wasmngton 001 091 00 Hughson and Wagner; Woiff, Hudson (8) and Evans. Cleveland 000 001 6 2 Chicago 000 000 3 0 Feller and Hayes; Dietrich and Tresh. New York 003 002 0 Philadelphia OCO 000 0 Chandler and Dickey; Chris- topher, Powier t7> and Loscar. Home runs, Williams, Boston, Heath, Washington; Greenberg, De- troit; DiMaggio, New York. 4 SJUX flaw mer.t. ;ease the tension. The countries are the United j While police last night waited for States. Britain. Egypt, The Nether- telephone callers to carry out threats lands and Brazil. to visit more nomes of r.on-striker.s. The invitations, extended inform- representatives of the International ally last week by the Spanish cab- Union of Mine. Mill and Smelter j inet, were delivered personally