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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1946 HOLY CITY TENSE 4- As Easter Worshippers Gather BY CASTER DAVH3SOX i JERUSALEM. Apni Tbrosgar streets lined baroed barricades and reaming -scith- armed troops, thousands streamed! into this ancient city today to see j Christian recreate j ceremonies tne last hoars S before Christ cruciSed. An Hndercsirrenl of tens.on pre- Tailed the Holy City as Palesorie's three-cornered Arab-" Jewish-British txsliticsl ersy was a conntry-Tnde strike of 50.000 servants, -srno are demanding increased pay auct better working conditions- j A three-hour sym-. pathv -anta the strikers, isras set 'cr', today br several thousand persons: employed in. special Trartnne de-l psrnnents cf the Palestine em- f snent. Although so-called terrorist grours; na-e been idle for the past days, there was no relaxation by autho-nues, "a he remautea alert against any possible outbreak. Arab lebonnaires. uith automatic nSes slung orer their shoulders, mingled with the garoed celeorants of the sacred rites of antiqa-ty. Easter obsenance of tse western and eastern Christian faitns coin- cide this jear, makmg :ne holy sepulchre ana otner sacrec places more crciifded sitn Troiihip- pers usual. Tne ancien- of Thursday begsn a; dayirreak and ccntmue all dav as sect sect stages :ts interpretation o: T.Z e-.ents of the day on whicn led diseiol-es into 'he "Gpper RocnC for "The Last, Sapper." Ask For Ruling On Jury Problems Sdwm F. Stanton. named Thurs- cay DT President Trtiaian to oe US minister to Siam. is at present cons'Ol-general at Vancouver; 3C. EDMONTON, April clear up the question of eligibility o5 certain classes of citizens serving on junes, the attorney-generals de- partment will ask the appellate division of tfce Alberta, supreme court to rule on definite Questions, it was anncnncec, Tise Question of and of ages for jtirymen ansen in recent trials. The appelate division win be ask- ed 10 cecice if any Albertan more than 21 of age but less than 25. or who is more than 60 years is eisoualified from as a juror in civil or criminal cases. Is asked to -Rhe- ther defence ccansei may take ex- ception to 5urr service by citizens more than 21." less tnan 25 vears old or mere than 69 who are on a jiiry panel, do not claim exemption from service, are not challenged peremeptonly or :or cause in a criminal case and have oeen s-sfom. Anoiher questtoK referrec for de- is whether persons more than 21 and less than 25 years c1- more 63 are entitled to claim exempuon fro-ta service or whether they are absolutely dis- from doing so. By j> j_ j. jj_ V T Tr T TT T T T T Demonstrate Broadcast of Paper Via Facsimile Reproduction 29-day Supply Newsprint In U.S. NEW YOHK. Ann! newstjapers reporting Wednesday to i the American Newspaper Publishers j association show that stocks cfj newspm- paper on rnrin were 29. davs sunplv ai the end of March, i 1946 which is a decrease o: six) davs supply with stocks m" hand at the "end of Feoruarv, NEW YORK, Apnl j Inventions. Inc.. a engager m an experimental project; sponsored by 20 newspapers and, radio stations. Wednesday demon-1 stratecl ne-srly designed facsimile j broadcasting equipment intended even-.iiaU-v :o hrsns ne-sspaoer and' inied matter into the home radio. f demonstration. which neKS. photographs, maps, charts and cartoons were reproduced by j means of signal from a frequency j modulation type of racio broadcast- i ing station. was held at com-. panj's laboratorv. i John V. Hogan, president of ihe company, said that the radio j of ihem newspa-T- sponrojec develop- ment of tne equipment had placed orders with the General o-. t senile sending and receiving sets J from radio inventions The Toronto Glo-be anc Mail, j which has applied to the Canadian J of transport for an j oroatcastnig station license, is j only Canadian member of the group i which backed researcn into facsimile j broadcasting. s The home recorder developed by Mr. Hogan anc his associates, can be used as an attachment or in combination with any FM home receiver. Tee recorder is a hule iarger than a portable type-Enter. It tarns cut, printed pages meas- wring bv 12 inches at the rate of every 15 minutes. This amounts to 28 square inches per minute, FM radio station WBAM, Nen- York, was used in Wednesday's dem- onstration. Copy at the station, mounted on a cylindrical drum, was scannfd by an electric eye and broadcast. At the receiver in the laboratory, many city olocks away, the copy was reproduced by passing an elec- tric signal through chemically treat- ed electro-sensitive white paper. Mr. Hogan. a radio engineer who has pioneered in facsimile resear since 1S2S. said he believed the home receivers would be mass-produced at a cost no greater man that of a portable typewriter. The 20 sponsoring broadcasters, who called their project the "broad- casters fasimile commis- sioned Hogan's ccmpanj to under- take the development in 1541. Wife of Jobless Vet Refused Wartime House YOU if you have you'llknovs if QUICK t-Y when miseries are RELIEVED ___41-. years overseas service, told tne suourban St. James council' Wednesday night she and her fcus- j band had oeen refused a -aartime j house because he was unemployed. She said she had received a tele- j phone call froin Wartime Housing Limited saving their application had been accepted but when she called for the key sne was asked whether Callow was working. When she told tne official he was not. she, was advised the house could not, be rented, to tbem. Mrs. Callow said she was willing to pay sis rent, in advance. XJS, HOUSE ADJOURNS _____________do not delay aad run che rak of IKZXZT this become chfKuc. AST or sorcsese or poisfcl ixassge of is V7um- secured For piLTtjuafe get package of essT to_ izsbez, -Kin re- Jjeve 9OreZMSB SJSQ the spots, 12 caS i: is Apnl 4? in t 5, ad-i late Wednesday unal Nov. j _ _n earlier date subject to the of the sseaser. At that time, i expected the members will be j consider results of conference.' Expect Ton Newsprint Boost OTTAWA, Apnl The prices board announced Wednesday night the suspension of ihe basic pnce ceiling of S54 a ton on newsprint sold in Can- ada, subject to a., "clear under- standing" that Canadian prices wHl not rise beyond "historic timerentials" below United States pnces- The announcement, made by nnan Donald Gordon, said it expected tne pnce now would enough to reSect two m- lotaliing S3 a ton granted m the United States in Marcn, I94a, January. 1946 This would bring the Canadian price to S63 a ton, compared with" 557 in the United States. The "historic differentials" were the margins wmch existed before the war between tile price for do- mestic sales and the pnce for sales to States. The new adjust- ed pnce must not increase beyond that i Tne. ooard also announced the i of its fonnai allocation con- Canadian Press Discusses News REGINA. Apnl and executives representing daily newspapers m the western prov- inces met here 3Vednesday to eus- cuss news tsroblems at the annual meeting of "the western division of The Canadian D. B Rogers, editor of the Eegina and director of The Canadian Press, Dreaded. LeaciiEg a aanel discussion on de- velopment of Canadian news. Jack Cairns of the Vancouver Sun. de- clared the primary need of papers todav was concentration on better developed and -antten ne-sre. Banff was chosen as the site of the Z947 western divisional the first ume. a woman news editor. Miss Marj- Gardner of ihe Prince Albert Herald, attendee. Others attending were: J. S. Woodward. SL Knowles, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix; H. G. Lone. Leth- P. P. Paine. Nelson bertan: A. Bill. Calgarv Herald; F. Winnipeg Tnb-jne; O. Gram. "Winnipeg Free Press; J Slaiaht. P. Workman. Moose Javr Times-Herald; J. Lunney. Trail Times: H. C. Crawford. Brandon Sun- E. X. Davis. Pnnce Alben Herald; W. MaeTavish, Van- couver Province: J. Cairns. Van- couver Sun; 3. Mather. Vancouver News-Herald; S. Halton. Victoria Colonist.: A. Wills, Victoria Times; F. M. Geme, Edmonton Journal; R. Haaunond. Edmonton Bulletin: J. Gordon, representing Winnipeg; Chronicle. J. Gordon. Winnipeg: R. Ash, Edmonton; Gillis Purcell. genera! manager. The Canadian Press. Toronto: S. S Johnson, sup- enn'epdent for the west. Winnipeg; F. J. Turner. Pacific supenntencent, Vancouver: A. KandaL The Cana- dian Press, Toronto. H. L. Jones. D. B. Rogers and W. Thomson, Regina. AUEXAXDOt. TO ATTEXD CEKEMOMES SEW WESTMINSTER, BC., Apnl pation by Governor-general Viscount Alexander and President Truman in June 15 ceremonies ac Blame. centennial observance of the Washing- ton-British Columbia border settlement, has been assur- ed. it uas announced last night- A granite border mark will be dedicated commemorating 100 years of peace between, Canada and the Dmted States. Lord Vansittart Opposes Central Govt., Germany LONDON. April Lord Vansiuan. chief proponent of a hard peace for Germanv. has pre- sented a motion to the hoase of lords contending that the re-estab- lishnient of an over centralized Germany was incompatible with European security. The motion was accented on be- half of the British government bv Lord Jowitt. lord chancellor in the cabinet, who said that "no government should jet be estab- lished for Lord Jowitt said the British gov- ernment desired to seek a middle road between excessive centraliza- tion and administrative disintegra- tion and added: "We take t that nothing -which hog happened jrecently should modify the attitude we took at Potsdam." Rail Extension To Dawson Creek Explored by B.C. EDMONTON. April extension of the Pacific and- Great Eastern Railway east to D Creek. B.C.. urli be explored vear, "Works Minister C. EL Cazsoo. of British Columbia, said in an ad- to the closing sessions of Alberta and British Columbia. Boards of Trade and of Commerce here Wednesday. Mr Carson said a part} of en- gineer? TSI" be sent by the 3.C. government to examine coal deposits in the regioa of Hud- i son Hope, in view of ihe pro] 1 extension of the P.GJ3. Ba. Irom Quesne! to Hudson Hope. Reports received br the B.C. goy- eminent, he said, indicated that 1 coal deposits in the Hi'cson Hope and adjacent areas were estimated at tcns. SaSinc of the Uner Lesitia for Halifax. N.S-. with wives of Cana- dian servicemen aboard, was post- poned when the catering staff sud- denly refused to sail from Liverpool demanding thai certain be rectified. C.P-R- EARNINGS DOWN MONTREAL, April nadian Pacific Railway Company Wednesday reported earnings for the week ende'd Apnl 14 at 000 against in tne corre- SDondmg wee'-t in 1945. a decrease of SS98.000 or 15J. per cent. i of asy one to gft 31 rsoBdy may bis fcms. SUCH m. coet. Mosey if yoc are so: entirely pleased- oC tTtrg notice w m for OTCT 28 years. imnst heSp TOOT JQUWlSjC JUUi TMTlfilT IKlC do it vucklr. etszlj ftad test Af this saccessfml i m a H. JONG Estati. !n Canada 21 years. to: GaD ZM-lK. Prostate ffiaai. 81TA 1st St. E, Alta. NEW-FORMULA PEPSODENT DENTAL CREAM WITH IRIUM GIVES THE V; SI TEETH! tors of tneir monthly pro-' ductipn for domestic sale, with the remainder being made available for export. The allocation control was remove ed with the understanding thai when an increase is made in ship- ments to United States customers an increase on ths same ratio be macs in ths supply available for home consunipnon- 2-ota the pnce ceiling suspension and the removal of the allocation control are effective May 1. The allocation control will be placed oj "informal" arrangements j between producers and consumers designed 10 ensure continuance of deliveries under present directives and to provide adequate supplies for [-servicemen entering the publish- ing field. Mr. Gordon stressed the suspen- sions were of a "tentative ind ex- jeriaentai" character and said the ward would keep closely in touch immediate' developments to sure "no disorderly price or conaiiions resuls." He said the cejjing would be re- imposed if instances were found of nrices getting out of xelaaonsnip differentials. ,x a A W4 WHY ARE YOUR TEETH 5O MUCH WHITER. THAN MINE? I USE NEW-fORMULA PEPSODENT I DENTAL CREAM NEW INGREDIENTS! NEW, BRIGHTER TASTE! TWICE AS MUCH IRIUM! GREATEST CLEANSING ACTION EVER OFFERED: "Pepsodent Teeth" are teBftest they're -whitest because They're cleanest! Ask for the bright-tasting NEW- FORMULA Pepsodent Dental Cream today and make a clean start to the CLEAREST Teeth... the WHITEST TEETH. LAUGH WITH tOt HOPE TUESDAY MIGHTS, DOMINION NETWOXK. UflTIPC! PEPSODENT NOW ON SALE AT YOUR I1U IIWLI NEIGHBORHOOD STORE IS THE NEW-FORMULA PEPSODENT Only Pepsodent knows-how to make these marvelous new Ingredients act to thoroughly on yotir teeth, yet so gently, too. Only Pepsodent knows how to combine them to give a. cleans- ing action that removes every type 6f film thai darkens your teeth ouur, safely. So no "PEPSODENT TEETH" ARE WHITEST BECAUSE THEY'RE CLEANEST! NEWS NOTES National empfoyment; service of- 3cers said an shortage of farm help exists in the Brandon area and demands for stenograDh- ers ?nd domestic help cannot be Dominion Coal Company's ble No 1-3 colliery in Glace Bay, XS is idle after the 1500 rcmers walSea ou- in svmpathy with one miner who protested the job he was giv- en. A verdict of suicide -was returned by a coroner's jury investigating, the death of William Lysafc wnose j body -a as found with a. gunshot wound in ths head in a burning cabin near Pnnce Rupert, B.C. Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Bomonton have reported that Mrs. John Annett, 33, of the Fleet district, 150 miles southeast of Ed- monton, was found drowned in a. trough on her farm. The Ministry of Public Works and TransDort in Paris has announced the lifting of wartime restrictions on pnvate flying in France. Sr. Hafez Afifi Pasha. 57-vear- old Egyptian, has over chair- mansfiip of tfce United Nations' Security Council in Kew York. The Moscow radio has said that German scientists engineers frosn the and Halske worfes {electrical manufacturers) were working in Spain "on the most sec- ret of secret weapons of destruc- tion." Radio-telephone service Unking Canada with Eire, previously re- stricted to government, press and other priority conversations, will be resumed with no iirnitatiorjs on public use, the Ben Telephone Company of Canada announced in Ottawa." Stanley Knowles, CCJP. member of parliament for Winnipeg North Centre, is recovering from an ill- ness resulnng from overwork., M J. ColdweH. leader of the party, has said in Ottawa A total of 758 conscientious ob- jectors volunteered for active serv- ice. Labor Minister Mitchell report- ed in Ottawa. Two of the movine force of Muskox have reached Blackwater Lake, N.W.T., about 100 miles southeast of Nor- man Wells. THE "RANDOLPH" SHOES If you are bnyiog a private brand shoe..- look for the ViMiS code number inside iht shoe.., if ifs K288, ifs mode bj MEN'S SMART SHOES SINCE 1879 Ritchie Sh'oes distributed in Lethbridge by Leather Goods j CHEAP LAND The United States paid Russia. about two cents an acre for Alaska.' tmore THE MASTER HAT OF CANADA 1EWSP4PERS IFWSPA.PK ;