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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MARSHALL SEEKS END CHINESE CLASHES FINAL EDITION Weather Coatliwcst AlfcerU AXD tTINBT VOL. 107. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1946 16 PAGES PACKERS' STAND CREATES MEAT CRISIS Joins Parleys MINERS BACK AT WORKVrotests Sent In Peiping Poland Demands UN Negotiate To Gardiner Fall of Changchun to Com- munist Forces Forecast (By Associatea Press) CHUNGKING, April 17 Marshall j arrived by plane today at Peiping: for important I conferences designed to j halt the fighting in .Man- churia, his headquarters here announced. The spe- j cial United States envoy, returning from Washing- j ington after reporting to. President Truman, flew direct to executive head- quarters at Peiping from Tokyo to get the best first- hand information on the government Communist clashes. FORECAST CITY'S FALL By SPENCER DAVIS PEIPING, Ann! of Changchun, capital of civil wartom Manchuria, to an overwhelming force communist troons, was foi-ecasc an Smo-American troop headquarters today. Latest news despatches reported communist forces had penetrated deep, into Changchun, seized its only raiiway station, and disruoted com- munications formerly controlled by government officials. Peioing observers doubted that government troops mere would hold cue three more days. In Chung- king, officials estimated the gov- ernment's new- 1st ancy would re- quire at least a week ro push on foot the 90 miles from newly-seized Szepmgkai north, to Changcnun against communist harassment. Tom llasterson. Associated Press correspondent, one of five American correspondents isolated m Chang- chun, and- aianaged to send out a dispatch reporting the Reds had captured the capital's only railroad station They nave an "estimated troops in the area, opposed by some 4.000 gov- ernment trooos and a nome guard peace corps doubtful value. L-atest d-snatches placed the new 1st army about 80 miles south of Changchun, indicating it had push- ed only 10 miles north of Saepmg- kai vesterdav HEAVT ARTELLERT FIRE By HAROLD K. MILKS CHUNGKING, Aonl 17 Chinese communist; troops cracked the government's outer defences of Changchun Tuesday, swept into the Manchunan capital and raked the centre 01 the heavy artil- lery fire, government disnatcnes declared. The Father and Son, Mother, Girl Wed Together ASKOV. Minn.. April Mr. and Mrs. Wilham Groth were married here recently in the double ceremony at which the bride's mother and the bride- groom's father also were wed. made Mrs. Groin's mother also her mother-in-law, and Groin's father also his father- in-law. The bridesmaid was a sister of one bride and a daugh- ter of the other. The best man was a brother of one bridegroom and a son of the ether. Break With By FRANCIS IV. CARPENTER (Associated Press) NEW YORK, April 17 today de- manded that the United Nations break diplomatic relations with the Franco government of Spain. LENGTHY INDICTMENT la a lengthy indictment of the Franco governmen: before the! council, the Polish delegate. Dr.! j Oscar Lange, indirectly callati on j the Spanisn. people themselves to t overthrow the Franco regime. j He accused Franco ot being a 1 inreat to peace aud of harboring i German scientists, some of whom. he said, might be working on atomic energy. "Spam has become a refuge for teas of thousands of Nazis." Lange I Charging tne carr-, ing" on Nazi council that debits minerals eiisted six uranium 1 "The question has been raised POLAND (Continued on Page Three) Robert Livett Plans to Be in Lethbridge on Mondav Canada Idle Is 213, Reveals OTTAWA, April Unemployment in Canada reached at Feb. 23. an increase of over figures compiled from a surrey three months earlier, the Dominion bureau of statistics reported to- day. The bureau's latest total was somewhat lower than labor de- partment figures which showed unplaced applicants reg- istered in national employment offices at Feb. 28. Basis of the two reports differs in some re- spec ts. MOSTtT IDtE "The increase in unemployment tras confined almost wholly to men, male tmemoloymenc being estimat- ed at "vrhile unemployment among women remained almost the same at about the bureau reported. "At the same tune, the number of women in the labor total of employed and unemolojed by indicative of the retirement of ippmen from the labor market on a fairly large scale. On the other hand the male laoor force grew by about an in- crease to be accounted for pnnci- palh by the return of soldiers to civilian life" j Male empTovmenE increased by! 80.000 to a total of while j the number of women employed j dronped by to 980.000 In- creases in employment were record- ed in the Maritime crovinces and Fire Destroys C.N.E. Grandstand OrjE? grandstand, which thousands thronged in pre-war days, was the scene of a spec- tacular wmch caused damage estimated as A steel skeleton is all that remains of the 34-year-old, structure, a landmark in the Cana- dian National SJuciuon grounds. Some 200 miners of No. 8 mine of Colbenes Ltd- are back at work today after a strike that commenced Mondav after surface workers had pro- tested only four hours when they report for work. They demanded eicnt hours work when they reported for duty. A meeting of the local union of the Cnited Mine Workers of America. District 18, was held Tuesday msht when it was de- cided to return to work pending negotiations between District 18 officers and the company. LTVETT PLEASED Kobert Idvett. of Calgary, presi- dent of District IS. tr.MW of A., stated Tuesday he had asked the men to return to their JODS wmle are being made to effect a settlement of the dispute. Jilr. Livett said Wednesday mom- mf he had been aavised Tuesday Gets Her Share Butter, Sugar On Separation CHICAGO. 17 Mrs. Josephine Stoeckcl. 42. was awarded a half pcuno of butter and nine pounds of sugar ay Supenor Judsie A. Hoi- son Her husband, Herman. 44 claimed tile sugar and butter as part of the Dcssessions thev di- vided after Mrs Stoecfcel Sled a suit for separate maintenance Judge Robson ruled "they should go to the housewife Packers Refuse to Pay More Than Nine Cents a Pound for Cows Wi Pass Clauses Of Loan Opposition] By GEORGS KITCHEN (Canadian Press Staff Writer.) to cash in on their pay- Port Alberni, not brisklj prosper- field of atomic energy, Reconstruc- ous curing the war, has become one tion Minister Howe disclosed toaay cf Canada's biggest boom towns in the commons. The two large sawnnlls and the j This is the first time anv official plywood nlant buzz along at top j information has been given on the speed. Fre-ghttrs pull into the in- j cost to Canada which has establish- By RICHARD KASISCKE XUERNBEKG. April Rosenberg, hitherto known as the philosopher of the Xazn party, was depicted by prosecutors before the interna- tional military tribunal today as the chief of a bloody administra- tion which sent millions of Rus- sians to death or slave labor. Under cross-examination. Rosenberg acknowledged that he had ordered the conscrip- tion for slave labor of hundreds of thousands of eastern Euro- peans and that executives of his ministry were active director; of the extermination of eastern European Jews. i STORY OF BCTCHEKY I The prosecution presented docu- ment after document taken from Rosenberg's files which added to the storv of butchery of m two "days in. the city of Minsk alone, the nrosecution said Rosenberg blamed his subordinates. Rosenberg acknowledged that "terrible excesses' nad been com- mitted in carrying out, the program of slave labor conscription, but he sougni 10 justify himself with the assertion tnat "I always tned to alleviate the worst concitions" Under cross-examination the Nazi philosopher not only admitted con- scripting adults bui said r-e had approved a program of carrying off Russian and Baltic children to Ger- manv in a process designed to cie- i ment of tne men's section, the seccmd itime in two dajs. women tne money sne used to pay for goods prisoners in the Portage .La Prairie t could be convened for the purchase jail noted late last night, it was learned here today Nineteen of the ringleaders, transferred to the mea's section, started a repeat perfonnarsrp breaking windows shoutin? and susgiag, but the disturbance was quickly quelled Earlier reports here had said the women uere noting again toaay but this was denied by jail auth- orities Locked in dormitories on the third floor of the jail and in the base- asfcmg: for removal of the ceiling prices on beef. of from other foreign nations, j The S'ump resulted from lower If sterlinc was not made staole packinghouse bids following a state- and convertible, Canada would ment yestcrdav by J. S. McLean, to cut down on her present huge president of Canada Paciars shipments of foodsaiffs and other that henceforth large packiagncuses PASS CLAUSES (Continued on Page Two.) PROTESTS (Cbnunuea on Page Two.) ARLIAMENTAR NEWS BULLETINS _RY OTTAWA. Apnl j has spent approximately on research and development in the land oort, pull out with staggering ed a 015 plant at Chalk River, Oat., dec'-cloads of hemlock, spruce and j 125 miles northwest of here. WHEVT BOARD SALES OTTAWA. Aonl famec BC. fir. Two ship j arcs have a backlog of in orders. been interpreted as indicating a further increase in the price of butter was r.ot justified Mr. Gardiner said nis remarks bad not and were noi meant to in- dicate there would be another in- crease m the once of butter. He had stated that the price of ouner Lac: been increased and that there might, j stray the biological potentiality of these people Rosenberg conceded that he had advocated a program of starvation and mass evacuation of Russians m oreier to exploit conquered territory to feed the Reich. DESTRUCTION SLAV RACE The prosecution sroduead a docu- ment which it said disclosed Nazi plans for destroying tne Slav race. It was a letter b> one of Rosen- bergs subordinates reoukmg his chief for not opposing these pro- posals. authored bv Martin Bor- imann. with Hitlers approval The aide's memorandum e enberg gave this stimulation of Bor- j mami'3 suggestions Slavs, were to! be emoloxea only to work for Ger- j j mans and denied any preventati'.c women used toilet seats, the onlv available weapon, to break windows. There is no furniture in tne dormi- tories. They also showered news- papers irom'the windov-vs. Mrs. M C Mountain, the jail governness. refused comment, wmle Sheriff Z Calder. in cnarge of tbe mens section, was a-vay from his office today. Attorney-General J O McLena- ghen left for Portage La Pra-Jie today to make a invcstisa- tion "of the disturbances The first not. which started Sun- day and lasted well into Monday night, involved more than 40 pris- oners ir> the women's jection of the ;ail barricaded themselves furniture wrecked equip- Da ugh ter Jose Iturbi Found Dying Of Gunshot Wound BEVERLY HILLb. Calif., Apnl Iturbi Hero. daughter of Concert Pianist Jose Iturbi, was found today of a gunshot Wound her father's bedroom. Police said "it is clearly a case of suicide." The 28-year-old mother of two children, whose life for tbe past six years has been besei with domestic difficulties, died in hospital brain specialists admitted their inability to save her. She was fourd. police said, by Ler father, wno was plavicg the calibre revolver was near the wo- man's hand. Miss Iturbi was married ta I93S is Hero. 20. a violuiist. Their two caaghttrs are Narna. Teresa, rune, and Mzna Antonio, i eight. I In 1939. she filed suit for separa- tion in New York, alleging aoc- scpporr. The following year, a set- tlement was reached, giving Hero custocy of me chiioren for three months a vear. She ana tne children arrived here in 1941. and a few months later sne was swarcsa then- iali custody, in connection with, a suii ment arsd caused heavy carnage. other offenaers in Monday's i home when he Seard a shot piano Jn the room of for divorce. luxurious North Becford Drive' But ja 1943. her father setiaoa- ALFRED KOSEXBEKG _____________ _ ___are in the -semen's section, {medicines, reproduction was to be i in separate cells in the base- i prevented bv abortions and the dxs- t meat There was no disturbance tnbuHons of contraceptives, "the, in this section of the jaiJ more the better." peonle were of two nrisoners wno 1 to -llo-Aed to learn to count uo i claimed lack of mtcncal attention to '00 "but that's enough educa- I were held responsible for the earuer tion outbreak. The document disclosed tne Nazis i were even funking of "depopulating 1 Kiev by epiaemJcs i ed for their custody, tensing .his Workers are busily hammenng in- j than 175 COO 000 bushels of to shape a new pulp mill; were sold in by the Canadian a raj on mill is said to be in the i wheat Board on the basis of S3.55 works. U bushel No 1 Northern, Fon Wil- As a result, Albtrnl has growing ham-Pert Arthur or Vancouver, pains The new green and white Trade Minister MacKinnon disclos- bungalows evergreen frac; gers: 5, 93000.000 at SI 43, New Pittsburgh 1 St. Louis be sr.crcases in other farm He wished to correct the interore- s iauon of his remarks so that ro one i would ho'.d bact butter la the hope wheat, of getting a better price. j BASEBALL NATIONAI, LE 000 030 11 SO) 7 9 PRICE INCREASES ON GRAIN NOW URGED Offset Machinery Boost Anr-1 overflowed into an abandoned armv i camp. A high school, built for 100, j a Vearly 77 000 000 hOUjeS pupils -fni Real estate values have 'or domesnc rocketed. Woodwards. Ltd, Co. has bought a furniture store and a 15c store, does business in a shab- by red builaing on the main stem. Albemians feel that they have turned their backs for good on the ups and downs of irregular employ- ment m the sawm.lls Once the highlight of any Fort Alberni week IK as the Saturday-night influx of 010 100 002 bushed were 000 000 7 Oil 002 13 icahewan ferine- as 2 ficient price increase 17 '7 Sas- was suggested that agricultaral ural Food con- recruiting of labor be made on tne las', basis of a set price agreed upon leaeral govern- between agricultural organizations announce suf- I Suggested ounanum were u> farm ma- S5.50 for stocking and for Brooklyn Boston 300 CCO 110 000 0' chinery, gesohne i modities. and olher com- i threshing. DR. BOYER IS MILLIONAIRE OTTAWA. Apn! JC.PJ It was toaaw that Dr. Ra.Tisonrt Eojer. McGUl t'niver- professor, L-. i millionaire, It reported that police. investigating belongmffs and deposit boxes of 14 per- sons faring espionage in Canada, discovered that VT- Boyer held in a dcno--U box mhe-ited securities valued at An to the espion- investisation Dr. Bojcr a wealthy man his own THE LEFT HAND ards resulted today m "no sates