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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE -THREE NIGHTINGALE TO FACE TRIAL OTTAWA. April Magistrate Glenn Strike, tvdar said he would commit for trial Ldr. M. S. Nightingale, former R.C.A.F. eomnsunicaUons expert on two espionage charges under the official secrets act but declined to commit him on a conspiracy charge. Another secrets set caarge by the crovm. Fcrtcai c i -nnen fire of undetermined origan' Discuss Future Of West Indies C.N. Ship Line Visibility is restricted here In Sev York because of the smoke from the big guns of the U.N Sec- uritj Council battle, but while nej her and her sister, eight. Coffey is awaiting trial before committal will be rcsde Alberta supreme court on a cnarge, are waiting for the clouds to lift I f s of wouncicg. j over this clash there is another oe- j iue salsi there was not} J which me shouldn't saifsciest evidence to justifv a com- 3 DISCl-Ss, CLOSER TRADE "look m connection the negotia- mittal for copssjracy Tne i" RELATIONS. B.C.-ALBERTA had contended that several ings sith Major Rogoi of the_Rus- established an infer- s arsri pommprfsal m ._ lions between Britain and India re- liioian independence. ence cf conspiracy. The magistrate then committed H. S. Gerson Montreal, ex-amns- tions department official, on charges "under the secrets aei. but again ceclined to commit rum OP a conspiracy charse Two other under the act also discharged. ___ EDMONTON. Apnl Pandit Jairaharla! Nehru. er trace relations and coounercia! j next to Mahatnia Gandhi is ___ envelopment between Alberta and greatest figure in the dominant All- British Columbia sas.ui sub-j India Congress, has served seels for discussion todaj when zhe 1 that the hundreds of rulers of the Albecta-B.C. committee of Boards snisl! Indian states must lose their' of Trade and Chambers of Com- merce opened a lao-caj confer- ence here. DOG-TEAM DRIVER IS EDMOXTOX HOLD-UP VICTIM TOMORROW NIGHT CLOAKS A KILLIRI TOM CONWAY and JEAN BROOKS EDMONTON. Anril Charles (Chuck) Caddy of White- horse, Y.T., one of the drivers cur- ing the recent Whitehorse to Win- nipeg dog team trip, was cJubtsed earlv tocav curing a wave of bur- glaries which, netted thieves SSO in cash, and a variety of other articles. STILL SEEK LOST PLANE EDMONTON. Apnl craft seeking an American-owned civilian plane missing since last Monday it left Edmonton for Grande Prairie today are concen- thrones This statement zs of vast importapce, coming as it does m the midst of the parievsoverIndian sovereignty The question of how to deal the principalities is che. of the great problems to be solved. What Nehru beueves in this mat- ter is hereved by the Mahatma ceiuurv. 'he Salt Lake Tn- tJestrcjed a large, frame resscential structure at uns fish cannery wxo. bane 75 jears old Mon- starting "prooably cai. From starting or- eight east of Frmce Rupert. port I less culat-rg ol than the Trioune m acoreved a present daily circulation of and 115.- 000 None of 400 .____ preparing the plant for tae MIUTKTI- erw- salmon racing season, was in- jured. Tte building destroyed was 1 a two-s-orey structure 60 by 30'feet. Canadian Flag i Charge P.C.'s Want Evolving Slowly iLid Lifted To Make a Fortune AIR AGE ARRIVES IN THE the lines of the Douglas Aircraft Companv in Santa Monica, Cahfcmia this week roiled the first four-motored asrime plare to be manufac- i tured since Pearl Harbor. Pictured abov e on its maiden nisht. the nage i Skymaster is the last word in proven performance and passenger comfort. Western Air Lines, which received delivery of the OTTAWA, Apnl Mitche'l last night in the coosmos-s :ha: the Progressive ___ on price ceiling "so rrvived s. mKuhi can a "Aftf- th? iiir their fnends fortunes.' said Mr increase of OTTAWA, April is to future the XatiMad (Weft Imjttt) Ltd. uttf ke altownd t a war K- C. president, said in nfe public today. Mr. Vaughan'5 report, tabled the commons by Transport rf Cheerier, revienred wartime I t-ons of the iizte Trhich lost threw of her "lady" ships by enemy ae> non. Two others were coarsrteti OTTAWA Apnl hoepiisi Sag ii oe- 1 -j-o provide for imsaediaie reqoire- euiys ov a three diesel-powered sasya of dr.ersen: -arco -rerj, purchased from a.e siuUiE.; o'-er a ccit of Sussested j War Corp. Delivery iras ex- pected 07 A The ;oo o: 31-'Ur.? tee is.ron shia had been bosgts Jnna that of 'ne 26-aiar. arid was- steasssaips asd four others cions ;oT.i committee namtti at. ijg ecartered. A nat- i plane has on order w orth of these ent% -eight in all- Within the next few weeks, the Skj-masters will go into regular ng debate on the per cent on farm Under tbe government's handling manv 1 service on the West Coast and between Los Angeles and Denver. Mof iems who are political opponents of the All-India Congress, and bv highly placed Britons as well. The likelihood is that If success cro'.vns the current conference on i Indian liberty, the agreement will provide for tha elimination of the great majority of the some 600 potentates nho have autocratic autnonty over about sub- jects Tile Pandit savs that the trating their search in the area j of the major Indian states north of Peace River, northwest air jean well continue tfceir rule during command reponec Aboard the missing nlane were rno brothers. K. K. and E. D. Leonard, of "Wauke- sha, Wis ACCUSED OF MURDER "WINNIPEG, Ajnl rence Deacon, ear-old war vet- eran, today charged witii mur- der in connection with, the slaying I of Johann Johnson. 48-year-olQ 1 taxi driver, killed m suburban Tuxedo, March 31. DEPOSIT CERTIFICATES OTTAWA. Apnl Ilsley today announced an the jjfe of the provisional federal government until their future is de- cided by their pecple. Bat the rulers of the small states, many of On Wednesday, April 17, Western Air Lines which oper- ates a. dailt flight between Lethbrtdge and large United States centres celebrates its 20th It was on April 17, 1926. that Jimmy James Hew Western Air's first from Salt Lake City to Los An- geles. via Los Vegas, Nevada. This flight of a Douglas bi- plane launched U extern Air on its 20 years of progress, the pioneer American line which has retained its identity during the two decades. Slightly more than ajsonth after of a route from Los Angeles through iSan Bernardino. Palm Springs and El Centro in California while m the same ear. a large mileage add- ed by the purchase of Air Lines This had formerly of the economj. there had That week is -ip tomorrow, been no scandal and no nar pro- i nteerirg such as had followed the First Great. He that since Uie institution of the regiotia! aiic nauonal labor board :a 1941 wage increases to close to -a orders totalled 1 ago li-.T. r.p re A cssicn oegar, "f tt 1 curre-" Called Utf In Smithfield_Strike ci.oose as many as five desigis. i Prices Boost OTTAWA. Apni 15 H. K LOXDOX. Apnl Lab- or ministry !ass called o2 2fflO pion-ser cortas troops senc in to Lon- don's huse SnUtnSeld marker Jo hasole meat and In the ab- Bence of 550 striJcag provjiffla 1 workers. i When the soldiers arrived. i meat, workers jcmed the in jro'est against "he use cf troops and lasi rugot the Labor rraaistry said tnas :he solders its start as a postal carrier. West- The boards cranted in fall 83J operated 120o miles of route in, per cent of for wage Montaiia. Soutli Dakota, Yyonung increases Aooui S7 appLcatioM -rp. and Xebraska. were graufd sn par-, and only 63 f'S i heM fron3 Pemussion granted Western per cent -Acre rejected. I -Air to fly direct from Los Angeles---------------------------- j aclio-. of Jie go-.ernraer.s L. auov- the t i to Denver in 1944. establishing the it shortest American coast-to-coast j air- route while in May of the same TT 111 jear the companv vvas awarded the n Los Angeles-San Francisco route, j Tremendous Expansion issue of Dominion of Canada de- j For the most part these nrinces. and small are bejeweled anar- chronism3 who are a survival of centimes long dead. which are merely glorified estates ern An- made historv- by starting cnatcumng perhaps a ccuple of hun- to carry passengers on scheduled dred people, will be pensioned off. Impartisl observers agree with Xehru's statement These small some of the big fel- lows as great barriers to Indian unity and progress. There's only one thinr to do: That Is to get rid "of them and incorporate their lands anc people in a federal gov- ernment which will include the whole vast sub-continent of India E certificates in tte amount of S95.QOOOCO dated Apnl 16. 1946, cue Oct. ID. 1946. had oeen so'a to the chartered banks at par. The cer- tificates -aould bear intsresi at a rate of 5s of one per cent per an- num. The issue aid not represent new cash as a similar amount of cenUIcates bearing "interest of of one per cens mature today. Its birthday rinds Western j Air ooeratinsr 4.196 ir-Ies of air an increase of 1 air mail flights. On May 23. 1926. i 2 Placed m the plane j future forecasts a tremendous ex-' and both were usually fulea our-, and applications have been i made for many new inciud- In 1929 Western Air developed a, lng extension of the line from racao-compass which went a long to Nome. Alaska. I tray towards conquering the hazard of olmd flving. It became the first airline in the United States to use four-engrmed passenger transports in the following year. Extend to Great Falls of Western faces the future with j confluence and tlus is shown bj its order for 10 Douglas DC-6 four- j LONDON. Apnl cabinet at a meeting Monday at 10 Downing Street is understood to have made a final decision that the British iron and steel industry must be nationalized hi the interests of reorganization and efficiency. Well-informed sources said an official statement is expected on Wednesday or Thursday. cler ing a rjer cent ir-crease in pr.ce of Canadian-made farm im-1 plements should be immediately re- considered :o avoia serious upse. cf 1946 production. "This price nse 5ias raore senous- ly Canadian agnc-Jlture tnan anv sirnUar action of recent provision workers settle the REDIN TO APPEAR engined transport planes, each S630.00O. In. addit Douglas DC-4 "Sfcymasters" are be- valued at S630.00O. In addmon 13 Much U.S. Capital SEATTLE. Apnl G. Redin. Russian. "faaTal lieutcriaiis, said g 04m-nnief said Monday. agaicst ih-s increase ir; their costs j of production withouv some promise of a general increase m prices cf J farm products all along the line, as j was reoaested DV tne federation la Hts recea; interview with the pnaiel minater-and the caaines. I "A; the very arce when the world; food situation is so critical and Ca- nacian fanners feel deeply their re- tl Thanks to you. Grandpa Kruschen I've Found Relief From My Aching Joints and Depressed Feelings" What a world of comfort there isj for the one who again feels brignt and well after passing through dark days. Mrs. E. is Just such a case. Here is her letter: "Although I'm not nearly so young as I used to be. I work very hard. But for several months back, I have been getting rheumatic pains com- bined with very depressed feelings. So I obtained a bottle of Kruschen and in a short the effect was most en- co'-ragiag. The aching joints, the de- pressed feelings; the sleeolessness and constipation were all relieved. I felt mnrh to bright." E. B, Perhaps vott have ailments like those which bothered Mrs- E. J5. and if that is so, why not try the same treatment? is a balanced combination of several mineral salts. This saline treat- ment aids elimination and supplies the body-with minerals-which may be lack- ing m the diet. The result is rdief from constipatioa, sluggish feelings and de- pression. Take Kruschen faithfully for the next few weeks. Give it a chance to help vou as it has helped others. Kmschea is procurable in two sizes at all drug stores: 2oc. and NEWS NOTES Fatal accidents In Nova Scotia factories decreased from. 11 in 1944 to six last year, the annual report of the labor department In Halifax showed. Gross operating profit of Cana- dian Oil Companies, Ltd., before depreciation, debentv -e interest, taxes, etc, was for the year 1945, compared with for 1344. according to the annual report just released in Calgary. More than 180 Calgarians hare been vaccinated for smallno-'c dur- ing the first half of Apnl according to officials of the city healtn de- partment. Britain is to send food to the American zone of Germany in ex- change for cut timber under an arrangement with the American military government. A lighthouse tender picked up tfto men missing since the previous af- ternoon, on windswept Georgian Bay. Rescued were Earold E. (Hal) Banas, Cove Island lighthouse keen- er, and his assistant, Alvm Stew- art, both of Toronto. Prime Minister Attlee told the house of commons in London that he was not prepared to make a statement on the amount of time joung Britons conscripted into the fighting forces will serve. Regimental Sergeant-major H. L Hang, veteran of six years" service with the Canadian armv, said he hopes to establish a Canadian Leg- ion branch in Toronto for Chinese- Canadian veterans. 2 WAYS TO SWEAR OFF Are sleepless nights earning you to stop drinking tea and coffee? Has a friend told you how much hotter she has felt since she got rid of caffein? And do you dread the idea? The Hard Way Some snappy device like this handy gadget -would be one Io crsck down on dcsire for tea or coffee. A Lit impractical though' The PosTum Way Drink Postiim instead! a delightful way. Delicious flavor, hearty warmth and aroma. And not a trace of cafTein, or any other dnig to nerves or digestion. Easy to fix. Make Postnm right in the cup. just by adding boiling or hot milk. Costs less than a serving. A Product ef to produce to capacity. and when tne farm, labor sztaauc t Canada Must Spend Money, Research On Atomic Energy HALIFAX, Apnl To Canada chased National ofX> oer nlane the which operated an airline between Los" OTTAWA. Apnl i. Blleli _ _ __ Great Falls and Sal; Lake e i core breaking flow of united States ttorse e. en than in war years. Shis j This brought it to within, striking-j 'O Consolidated for investment in Cana- crastic increase in. costs while farm distance cf Canaoa and the fc been the com h11311 m B snown m pnces are still held down bv ceilings tension from Great Falls to panv iT panned to a Bureau of Statistics and disheartening in bridge was graatea in 1940. Since mlh of jntcroaaonal security pur-, A of desperauon) transport This j ln J stwcgiv evident in the pretests! During the years from. 1941 to 1945. "Western Air went to war. It established and operated a mile route foi TLS. Air Transport Command from. Great Falls to Fair- banks, Alaska. During those years the comoanv established a perfect safetv record without loss of either planes or cargo in hours of flying. In 1943 Western Air's postal flights were extended by the start the advantage of jet-power recovery j from the engine exhaust, giving w added speed and greater reserve power. Its cruising speed is 3021 -i. t. n miles per hour. purchased, chiefly former member of' States, j Agamss. this Inflow Canadians in the United P. Hentrood of Toronto, past _ president of the Canadian Retail j Federation, said there is little j chance of improvement m the tei- j tiles situation for a year. the Lethbncge repre- 000 so that the net inflow of capit- i into Canada was tne Marquis hotel. Xew Officers At the annual meeting of "Western nvrvw Air Lines stockholders, in Los An- HONOKAR1 DEGREE geles three new officers were I selected for prominent roles in the I Apnl if FOR DR. COLLIP ed to the board of directors, replac- ins George J Murrav resigned. All tee on medical research, will receive HALIFAX, Apni other incumbents on "the board were i honorary degree of docwr of diture of millions of dollars will be laws a; Aioerta Universitj s corr.o- necessary if Canada is to hold her place in" atomic research. Dr. G. C. Laurence, a member of the Na- tional Research Council stag at the Chalk River. Ont. atomic en- ergv pilot Diant said last night In an address prepared for aeliv- retamed Ronald Kinsev of Seattle and cation May 15, Dr. Robert Newton president announced todav. The Waslurgfon. D C_ was named a, _ i vice-prwicent Kinsev has been sameT cegree will be conferred on. serving as the Washington repre- Justice Frank Ford of the ap- sentahve of Western Air since 1943 peUa-.e supreme i He will continue as eastern repre- j RUGS CLEANED Rugs and Chesterfields Cleaned and Demothed. THREE DAY SERVICE KUG5. per square foot AXSirXSTEIi WOOL KCGS. per square foot ORIENTAL RCGS. per square foot depending on materials and condition. Estimates free guarantee not to face colors or injure fabrics Color Brite Rug Upholstery Free lockup and Delivery Phone 2569 sentative of the erv at meeting of the Robert a Los Angeles at- i Tears- p- G Institute of Canaaa Dr. Laurence tornev. was made assistant secre- -onner said diBicult scien'ific and technical j tary of the company A former trust problems remained to be solved ar.tlj ofncer of the Bank of America, one of the greatest difficulties in Light has jus; comoieted service this regard was in findins joang "There are full-scale who is retiring as chancellor after five, of educa- Light has jus; as a caotaih in the Adjutant Gen- eral's Office, attached to the infan- __ try in France to bp'd'one and exnenmental plants I Officers of the airline uho built" he said. "As taxpayers retained in office were V.'ilham A Coulter, president; Leo H Dweri- Kotte executive vice-president; Charles If. vice-president zn e icv. charge of operations: Paul E Sul- these benefits in Canada, may i livanv vnce-president and secretarv. we must realize that our mggardiv pre-war supoort of research is not LAST TIME TONIGHT lars for the same purpose 1 w. Guthne and Georga Albert ada's wartime atomic research. Presiaent Coulter reported a ret profit of S203102 fo1" 194a after "TRAINING OX THE JOB" provision for depreciation and fed- i CAMPUGN" PROGRESSING eral taxes. EDMOXTOX. Aonl isfactorv progress is being made in i Edmonton in the "training on the job'" program for war veterans, J. W. Proctor, district administrator for the veterans affairs depart- ment, said TJp to the end of last week 451 applications for training j on the job opportunities had been i received from ex-servicemen, and j employers haa offered 261 oppor- tunnies There have been 114 vet- erans placed under contract, and another 13 are on trial with con- I tracts pending, Mr. Proctor said. THREE-TEAR JAIL TERM TODAY AND WEDNESDAY ONLY WINNIPEG. Apni Buchinski. 22. pleaded gu-lty to a charge of conspiring to rob. Monday was sentenced to tnree jears in penitentiary when arraign- ed before Magistrate M. H Gar.on i in city police court. Bucmnski was captured early in the morning of April 7 by two taxi drners -aho became suspicious of his actions, after he had hired a cab in down- town "Winnipeg. A companion es- caped. SOCCER STARS GO SOUTH Apnl G> familiar call of "go south voarg man" is not beir.c heeded :n I ihe ba-sebal! circuits fiis reason Three Winnmesj foctxr Bob Unjuhurt Oni'.Je M'a'O" am Arc" BnJCP will pla3- their 1 this" vpar for Chicago Maroons of the North American Prof easier al Soccer League, it was Scarred to- day. Bruce, a fullback ard Mearon.' a wingman, were formerly with United Wester, while Ur-r-shart, formerly centre half with Winni- peg Insh. will come out of bnef retirement to play pro ball Cana- dian member of the circuit !s Tor- onto. ROXY Wednesday AND THURS. with action and and Witt inree that will grip your EDWARD G. MARGARET ROBINSON O'BRIEN P A Deacon, chairman of the national committee on housing and reconstruction of the Royal Archi- tectural Institute told the Rivei- dale CCF association that fo-ma- tion of crown companies to pro- duce building materials is thr only solution to the housing proolem." m M-G-M't 6IUND NEW MUSKAL 1 NEXT ATTRACTION I 'THE STORK CLUB" COMING APRIL 22nd BOXY WONDERLAND! IAYMOHI H ATTON Tender Grapes JAMES CRAIG fUMCfS 61FFORD MOHK. MOOREHEAD CARNOYSKY JACMC JEMKIBS PWSPAPFRI ;