Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGB HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1946 ILN. May Probe Franco Regime KBW YORK. land iras reported ready to back Australia's compromise- proposal on the eontroversiai Spanish (juestion, apparently elestzn? the way :or the domestic human consumption per cen; of the quantity used 1------ Honored At Burdett day. Apnl 22. 5. Millers and food manufac- turers wil be limited effective May I to 21 davs" inventory of wheat, nus action is designed to reduce' domestic wheat to more avail- able for export. 6. The government will offer to buy an unhmiteo amount of oatmeal from sailers for export to hungry United Kauons seeuntv council to} areas. otJer a 'oar-week investigation of Mr. Anderson saio. the program the Franco j was adopted after consultation wMh ado- "Oscar Lsnse, who the governments of Newly Armed Couple j Pauley to See What Jap Assets Moved by Soviets 3URDHTT. (HXS) The Morning Star community held social eren the scncoJ; Apnl 6, in} honor of ilr. ana Mrs. Galvm. -a ho WASHINGTON. Apnl Secretary of State James Byrnes announced today that FROM RAGS TO RICHES m JJA f IMW. VL. fit where W-Iiam served fr.e years -eoara- Mrs. Galra recently to the Onset to overseas on tne Leutia. The evening was spent plating: cares and car.cmg. At fct Mr. ana Mrs. Galvin w-re at a Ions lade -Anere a large a snots, er of ,ny gifts -ass presentee :o the bnse. Snibhs, a Ufe-lon; of trahars that he would support the "mon oojectnes oi call a tiH raQmrv by a com- I relief shipments of grain ano mittee of five tnanoers of "the coim- f ,arfas el Informed Quarters expressed view that Knssia, Prance and Meii- co, supporters of M. Lange's resolu- tion, ta Use. The United States and Great Britain have maintained from the ______ _ _ abroad most j in-gentlv in rseed of special HOOVER'S FIGCRES o-.erseas. attendee the -aevJoms: overseas snu of the hcsp.ialitv him spcs uons expert, win go to the Onset to find out Japanese assets the hive rsoved from Man- 24 from Korea _ aether Mr. Paulev woald be able to get -nto the Russian-con- trolled area cf Korea. Mr. Byrnes to-a s. sews conference that- at least, -was Mr. Mr. Pauley. he related, was denifd anoe :o Russian-controlled ____cn-jna cunns previous viat to the far East but Mr. Byrnes ex- pects that vnta tne Russians evac- uatins ;emiorv he wiB no difficult? now. a_recl and it was considered thev might atsprove tne proposes Australian when the council reconvenes Tuesday. Both alresdy have expressed in the There was sonte speculation as to whether oaservers might Spam to gainer for the report, which wc'jld be cue ilay 17. The resolution by Col. W. R. Hodgson. AustraUan delegate, asked tne com- mittee examine the statements mace before tie security council concerning Spain, to call for fiirther written statements end documen-. tary evidence from members of the Crutec Nations and from regime end to make such other in- quiries as it rosy ceem St." fca? from tnern turn mer half was by ihe Indies Shower Surprises I English Brides attencec. tne wedding in of it to feec nungry people. He reco; raise from month her the worJcs fantme-sncken areas. He suggested Latin Amencar countr-es import 40 cer cent less wheat, and flour from the Unitec States. Canacs and Argentina. j For the United States, the The cake wss s Tsree ex-semcesien recently were shower' held in 70 ladies com- their .mnsediate friends. The shower was held Monday in the Fresoytenan Church gift hall anc the bndes introduced to brides oers o- tae JUreacy, Mr. Hoover has studiec muaity. tne_rTanco! iz. countnes Jerry MORE OATS CCostlanecI rroai Front Page.) great many who are now oa the -brink of death." Mr. iruntsn. in a brief address the music for dancing. learned about, conditions mci- rectly in four others. And this, he said, is what he has found: the 300.000000 Europeans Siissisii the Eiighsh Channel must have, hela to -ward off famine. n t u TV 10 Europe and Asia together will getore M.U. 1J UlllCer need tons of cereals to provide even a "gnm and danger- ous" 1500 calories of food a. day t leaving gap of r> millions "of human beings are starv- ing. A sound world order can never be busit upon a foundation of iiumsn PROGRA3I OUTLINED Mr. Anderson's program for meet- ing the seed was rfest L Millers wai be reouired to limit domestic distrfbutioti of flour to 75 per cent; of the amouni tney delivered in the corresponding months last year. 2. The govemmeirc will offer lanrers a bonus of 30 cents a. bush- el of wheat delivered to the govsra- ment by May 25. The bonus is de- zizaed to entice upwards of 000 bushels of wheat off fanes dur- ing-the current world famine crisis. The government wSl offer to buy bushels of corn from farmers at a bonus of 30 cents a bushel over current cegrpg pnces. Corn obtained under the bonus be resold to feeders and pro- cessors in. -orgeat- need. 4. jPood manufacturers wDl be Quired to limit their use of wheat in manufacture of products for the course ot a grand _march were Snlbbs entartantec escorted to the from oi me hall oy- his guitar and coxsrooy songs. Tont, Eana Taylor, Owen Gner J Hopkins sang encore, s oiwen Moses respectively, Mr. and 3irs. Mark. tShatr provicec thev were presented witaj already placefi on three aouble sets of tables, this procedure somewhat dumbfounded the newly i amvea unties and mey appeared very shy, it was explained to them that Trus was a common custom in western Canada and Mrs. Goodner LadClS CAYISY. iHXS) Csyley community was given an opportu- mtv to see the progress mace by j ease telling tnem that the the" boys and girls of tne Cayiey flowers being traESDlan in her address of welcome did very well at placing the giris at their t they were tn These estimates or reqmreinents. j Hoover said, represent a 1.500 calones, he said. which means many children and aged will not survive. ItXakes 2.200 took noce of the flurry el buying by terming it "silly." Canadian housewives, a Canadian Press survey showed, apparently aad decided they "were uruiecessar- y alarmed by the Dominion gov- ernment's recent order to Sour o cat production by 10 per cent. The slackening demand was pleas- ng to Dominion government offi- cials who said flour control -was re- established to ensure fair cistribu- lon with no local shortages. K. W. Taylor, foods co-ordinator of the Erices Board, declarefit There is plenty of flour to maintain Cana- dian needs on aa equitable calories to health, he said. BTSH SUBSIDES (Bv The Canadian Pr A three-week rash w "stock up" n flour was subsiding today throughout on the wheat-conscious Ottawa panic army cadet corps when the corps another garden. "The brides had paraded_ before never before oeezT present at aj it _ shower, at leas; in manner. assisted the brides ia un- tne march pass and general salute, the case Boy's Kite Causes Bad -ho ZB- brief addresses to the ladies has unable to attend. Each bride stated charge "of the corns since she was pleased with Canada and j she ,.ould 1Z GerB s. Bert Blossom Lvons and rendered a Mrs. duet. Ueen organization less than a year EEC. There are E total of 45 boys and j grffenrolied. 1 Before the parade was dismissec. "The Worid is for tne Sun- Ii C Ralnh Casoell -was presented j and many took turns at; ac- w-th Strathcona button in recognition of superior marksman- shio. The boys are becoming keen s evening interspersed -snth mfomtal marksmen and recent target re- j cords sfcow nine snipers. 11 experts and five first class shots comDanymf on the piano. Corn- mtrniEy singirg was the order of the Scout Parents' Night Enjoyed At Cardston CAKDSTOST." Scouts parents SAMCARR fContinuea irotn Front Paze.) "Notwithstanding the Ions character of the methods being condncr-ed by the government in connection with the espionage in- quiry, the national executive can- not countenance faSude to appear upon command by subpoena, "This consideration, combined with the fact that Sain Carr's con- tinued absence and complete sever- ance of communication with the national office must be assumed to be deliberate, renaers organizations! measures necessary. Therefore the national executive by unanimous vote ruled thatj Sam Carr ceases to hold any office m the Labor-Progresstve party as of Apnl 15, 1946." Carr, a nanve of Russia, became a naturalized Canadian a hrtle more than a year ago. He was arrested for Communist activities ia 1934 and spent 30 months m Kingston penitentiary. In the federal election in June, 1945. us was Labor-Pro- gressive candidate in Toronto- Spadina and ran last ia the three- man field, the victor being David Croll, LiDeral- held in the Social Centre, sponsored .by the Scout group comiBiKee or the second -ward. Trere about 30 bOTS tiresent from, the second and third "troops and a. good represen- tation of" parents. Scoutmaster Kenneth Porsyth -sras master of ceremonies. Hag break tools: place at S Council fire -was opened by Alec Sder. Gordon Dace sang and play- social get-io-geihers enabling the brides to become acquainted. Lunch served near the close hy the ladies. The brides remarked, that -s-hat surprised them was toe friendly attitude of the Canadian people, especially in. the west. la torn end tattered clothing, a little boy from eastern Slovakia SCOTS his joy over a gift from Canada. In striking comparison to the worn, cioth sandal is the new, shiny black shoe -which the youngster is tieing. The shoes -were par; of a. complete outfit of clothing senc to the devastated area during the clothing drive. Contributions of Tniiir_ eggs, and cocoa -stli enable relief agencies to prevent the under- nourished cmldren from contracting tuberculosis, -which, is taking a terrific toll of Czechoslovak Gerhart Sets Out Alberta Labor- Industry Plan EDMOXTOK, April 20 Trade minister C. Gernart said While tendes have been welcomed I m statement Thursday the Alberta ladrviaualiy this seems to be the first joint welcome accorded brides and many people regretted, teat they -were no; invited after they learned of the gathering. MRS. J HALKO HEADS WOMEN'S LEAGUE XATAL, 3.C. CHKS) Tee members of ihe Catholic Women's League 'Senior) held their monthly meeting recenr- Government intends to deal pro- gressively with the different zones and industnss of the province to Improve benefits to workers. Labor groups had requested the government to "'afrp known its policy regarding Mr. Gerhart said. "I; is oovious to ail employers and employees that blanket legislation RAYMOND NOTES Power CALGART, April A email, unidentified boy flying his kite here Thursday caused one of the -worst power disturbances in Alberta's history stretching from CKcs to the in- ternational border. Calgartans were without street, car service for more than half an hour and lights all over southern Alberta went dim. hen the boy's kite became en- tangled in two spans of the three-spaji, mam power lines between the West and East Cal- gary sub stauocs, power coni- pssjr said. The kite string created a conductor between the two hues which later developed into a self-sustaining "arc" and caas- ecl the company's three niaia dams to "Sick-off." Russia Has Fourth Five-year Plan MOSCOW, April sia's fourth Sve-yemr plan, 1M6-50 melusivet is aimed to raise the an- nual income of T.'orkers and em- ployees 30 per cent higher than the ore-war level, lifting the average to approximated rabies and the ruble mil be the 1936-27 ruble, which bought far more than .the one of today or even the one of 'At the formal exchange rate, the ruble is worth about 9 cents Cana- dian but numerous factors affecting its purchasing power in Russia make it extremely difficult to trans- late it Into comparative figures cov- living conditions.'' Boston Stretches Lead To 2 Games VANCOUVER. April Rotten Olvmpics. in a riinlinr display of neat cbeekinr passing, last nlsht came from behind a 4-2 second period defi- cit la squeeze out a 5-4 tune win oier Vancouver Caa- neks and take a 3-1 lead in series the 'United States senior amateur hockcv championship. Canucks had much their own way ia the first two periods although they were salable to take any great lead Bostca outplayed the Pacific coast chaEsoions throughout the third stanza" Bobby Sehnurr scored the eouahzsr and again is the e-ttra psnbd whea Joe Schertzel banged in the winner after taking a pass from Bdoie Barry. The Olvmpics were forced to play their regular goalie. Harvey Bennett and in Sus stead Al Rollins, custodian with the Sea tile Iroamen in the Pacific coast league this sea- son, turned in a classy performance. Club officials said Bennett became 111 from the effects of his vaccin- ation against smallpox. Vancouver led 2-1 at the end of the first en goals by Elmer Kieller and Ab McDougali and 301 Carse netted twice for Canucks in the second. Pentu Lund found the mark lor Boston in the opening session with Claude Maroaess ano Pat, Des- bier-s netting in the second. Schenzel's -Kinnins counter came during a pressure play by Boston and ifhirsed into the twine through a mass of legs. Ke had just returned to the ice after serving a major penally- for roughing it with Van- couver's Alex prinele- The two were tagged at the end of the third neriod and were on the beach for the first part of the extra session Ui Fifth game Of the series win ba factory hand, while an employee is plajed here Monoay mgnt. an office worker in the "white col- iar" categorv. Except in certain classifications, "worker" does not Note the distinction made here between workers and employees. A worker is generally a laborer or necessarily include skilled labor. Coast Soccer Club To' Play Winnipeg VANCOUVER. ADrif 20 The North Shore United soccer club announced Thursday the players have accepted an invitation to play a series in Winnipeg, subject to obtaining permission of the Britisa Columbia soccer commission. United Weston of Winnipeg had Invited the North Shore to visit Winnipeg in June or a iive- challenge series. John Richardson, secretary oi the be to commission, said no decision made on granting Dennission visit Winnipeg tmtii' next at the earliest, The commission meets next -week. Music dub Sponsors Xewlyweds Are Honored RAYMOND.