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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APKIL 20, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD LONDON CORRESPONDENT DEFENDS MONTGOMERY April A Daily Express correspondent covered the invasion of Europe to- day answered criticisms of Allied strategy made in Top nev- ly-poblished analysis of Uie Euro- pean campaign Tsritten by Ralph Ingersoll. editor of PM. Nesr York morning "newspaper. Mr. u-ho serred as a liaison officer between American sad British military leaders, claim- ed in the late Presi- dent Roosevelt and Winston Churchill, prime minister of Britain, fell out durin? the late stages of the European cauipaigii over ouestioiis of high strategy. The Xes" York publisher also sbarcly criticized Gen. Sssnhoiser. Allied conjmander-in-chief during the campaign, and Field Marshal ifontgonierv, British commander. The Express correspondent, Alan Moorehesd, in Australia. ed the invasion from Normandy to Germany and isitnessed the Caen and Ardennes battles. Headlined "Monty and Bradley: The the front-page article began: "Halph Ingersoll either does not know or does not prefer to kno-sr the facts about the battle of the Ardennes, about Montgomery and Eisenhower and Gen. Omar BradSey. United States army group commander in Etirope." DREARY NONSENSE Mborehead described Mr. mger- soll's assertion that Field Marshal Montgomery had "failed" at Caen as a "dreary and empty piece of nonsense." "Snortlv before the Konnandy Invasion Eisenhower and all his senior generals and planners met at Si. Paul's school in Sloore- I head related. "Montgomery, Allied commander in the field out- lined the plan. The essence of the plan yras that the British armies should hold on the left at Caen, at- tracting to themselves the heaviest German forces, while the Ameri- cans should break through on the lightly held Hank on the right, only a very few people knew this plan the battle iras on, and conse- quently a campaign against Montgomery began. "It uras true that he had not f seized Caen in the first rush (as isras intended) but the Germans i had taken the bait hook line and sinker. They deluded the right flank in iront of the Americans and. jusc las Montgomery had hoped, they j-srere Hinging every spare tank-arid gun noon the British. "Many call Montgomery's Nor- mandy 'campaign a classic and a. J master stroke." MONTY'S GREATEST BATTLE The British reporter also replied io Mr. Ingersoll's charge thac as I Gen. Bradley's headquarters it was i thought t2iat Field Marshal Mont- gomery had lost the battle of the Ardennes in December. 1944. "and perhaps had prolonged the v.-ar by a year." He described Field Mar- sha! Montgomery's regrouping of Use American forces as "great his- iorv." adding: "Indeed there are experts who rate this and not Xor- mandv or Alamein as his greatest "One must remember however that- all of Montgomery's planning have been useless had the American soldiers in the north not risen to the excess of courage which j is still not praised Moore- head said. DEWITT MacKENZlE SAYS Rosso-Polish Agreement Significant Ircm Warsaw comes the dis- closure of the scope of a new Russo- Polish commercial agreement. It provides for exchanges of inodities equivalent to during the cominz vear and the Soviet Union probably will get vir- s tually all Poland's big coal output, running to some tons. This trade agreement is signi- ficant because it's one of the main arches in the great economic struc- ture which Russia has been build- ing in eastern Europe and which now is towering, high enough to case a long shadow. Moscow is taking taken over, for the most vast economic prize which Hitler threw 1 away when he decided to try to enslave Europe by force. The Nazi 1 dictator had all of central and eastern Europe and the Balkan uen- insula right in the palm of" his hand economically. Russia is dem- onstrating how it should have been done. The United States and Britain, with their great trade interests, like this development less than a Says Shidehara Must Resign TOKYO. April C5 Shidehara's chief cabinet secre-- tarv startled political Japan -vrith a statement -urging a tri-party coali- tion govemraent and declaring: "In my opinion, the Shidehara cabinet rnust resign and consult with the three parties as a means of obtaining political stability." The secretarv. Wataru Nara- SOCCER 142 US. Soldiers Sent to Deaths By Courts Martial WASHINGTON. April VP) j Court martial sentences sent 142 j United States soldiers to their] deaths during the war years and' ensuing months, a house of repre- sentatives military sub-committee disclosed today in recommencing an extensive overhaul for the army's svstem of justice. The group reported that In the period between Dec. 7, andt Feb. 22. 1946. 73 men were execut- ed for murder. 51 for rape, 18 for i murder and rape, and one for de- 1 sertion. j Tne findings were set forth in; document, sharply critical of. what j the sub-committee called the ia- jusices. the extreme severity of sentences and the partiality result- ing from" tha pTisjigsg court mar- tial system. The full military committee will consider the report next, month, i There was only one execution !n the Canadian army as result of a court martial during the Second Great War. Last July a private was executed in Italy after con- viction of the murder of a fellow soldier. _. GREETINGS FROM CANADA OTTAWA. April The governor-general sent greetings and best wishes on behalf of Canada to Elizabeth on her 20th birtb- day. The message wished that she enjoy many years ol" health and happiness. t! j t1 Sees Reshuffle In Attlee Cabinet OTTAWA READY TO NEGOTIATE WITH ALBERTA SAVE FORESTS Passage O.P.A. Bill Will Hit Dominion _ ___ OTTAWA. April Official little. The western Allies six months j circles in Ottawa are believed to Soon Forgotten By LOUIS P. IXXJHKER. BEKUIN. April mcrning i accosted German of this battered capi- tal, asking them what today stood for. and invariably I got a vacant stare. I told thera it was the 57th anniversary of the birth of Adolf Hitler. ilcsi Beriirters dismiss- ed the information with a shrug. "We ceased observing the cay a year ago." chauffeur said. "The battle of Berlin was then in full swing and only four days later the Russians marched in." In Hitler's heyday. April 20 was a holiday. All Nazis wore their unifonas. Copious libations were drunk to the fuehrer's health. EDMONTON, AprQ federal governmens is prepared to __________ {negotiate an agreement -sritfc Al- jberta under which the Dominion LONDON, April assume aH costs of jnain- The Daily Mirror, in a front-page' taining protection of sources article, said today Labor members j and timber on the eastern slopes of of parliament, expect Prune Minis- tie Rockv Mountains. Trade Min- of either 3fr. non. He expressed hope an ment -with Alberta under the suggested would soon be reached. The Dominion proposes to .bear 100 per cent of per cent which it other sect, agatrut SO shares in ______ ___________ _ __. ________ _______ ter Attlee a> take advantage of fee MacKinnon said in an inter- Of the opening: ot the Aiackat parliamentary Saster recess to re- j todav. t highway to eiTJlian shufCe his government. j In protection for the I Simson said the plan was w opea The IcceperaJent ivewspaper said watershed. Mr. ilaeKinnon said the j the road as soon as it -was prae- it had been known for souse time 1 Dominion previously had asked tila- 1 ticable to do so. CiTiiiaa traJSc vpl thas Foocl itinister Ben should si'-'en suS-sorface I be permittfid as rapidly as iossriss would like a change of job. i riahts. which would Include mineral and other commercial facilitiss af 9 "While scere Is no tendency to sn any negotiaied. afcde available. blame the rcinisser for world con- ditions beyond Uje control of anv man or any government, it is re- cognized that Sir 3ea cannot hope to regain the of the pub- lic." the paper saic. "His desire for a. change will be gratifjed." The paper said that while there Co-op Delegates Dock ago protested to Moscow against its i proposed trade pact with Bulgaria and Hungary. the view that passage of the SOUTHAMPTON The' England, April liner Acqui- 1 on the become president of the Progres- sive party and would considt with Ichiro Hatovama, Dresident of the liberal .partv, and Tatsu Katayarna. Social-Democrat leader, regarding a coalition. DA11JGHT SAVING IX ALTA. NOT CONSIDERED EDMOSrrON, April tion of proclaiming daylight saving time a province-wide basis has not been considered by the Alberta government. Premier E. C. Man- j-in? said today. Calgary has decided to go on day- light saving time starting May 15. Edmonton so far has reached no definite decision. Other municipali- ties are considering the action VitJi Ecnie csciding to start on daylight time Anril 23. GREEK GARSON SWEPT INTO SEA BY WAVE itONTEEES; April attendants said actress Greer Garson. trho was swept off k rock by a high wave-near here yesterday, was resting comfortably today, but that X-rays would be necessary to be sure she had suf- fered no serious injuries. Miss Garson was standing: on a rock on the coast six .miles' south of here nraile working in a film a wave swept -her into the surf. ALTERNATIVE OFFERS EDMONTON. April Alberta government has received an outline of alternative oSers by the city for an Alberta Government Telephone head office-site "but no decision has been made on the of- fers Premier E. C. Manning said today. It is unlikely a decision be made for possibly two weeks. PASSES (HNS) Minnie Scarain, a pioneer of the Stariine district since 1903, died at her home in Claresholm on Thurs- day after a lingering illness. She 67 years of age. The funeral services will be held from the United Church on Saturday after- noon -with Rev. W. J. Collett offi- ciating. Gso. W. Singrose is the funeral director. NOW PLAYING YOU KID! Join the belles cr.d ef merry Manhattan lor a through tne Nifty Nineties' LONDON April Football games played today in the United Kingdom resulted as fol- lows: League South Arsenal 1, Leicester City 2. Aston Villa 0, Coventry City 0. Charlton Athletic 2, Derby Coun- ty L Fulman 3, Southampton 1. I-uton Town 3. Swansea Town 1. Millwall 6, Flvmouth Argyle 1. New port County 1, Tottenham Hotspur 4. Nottingham Forest 2, Brentford 0. Portsmouth 3. Chelsea 0. West Ham United 1, East Brom- vtich Albion 1. Wolverhampton- Wanderers 3, Birmingham City 3. Irish Regional League Belfast Celtic 2 Derrv City 1. Glentoran 1, Distillery 3. League Tiirec North (East Regional) Bradford City 5, Gateshead 1. League Three South, North and South Region Cup Reading 2, Ipswich Town 0, League North Blackburn Rovers 5. Stoke City 1. Blacfeoool 1. LrrerDOoL, 1. Bolton Wanderers 2. Barnsley 0. Everton 2, Burnley 0. Grimsby Town 1, Bury 1. Leeds United 3. Huddersfield Town, 2. Manchester TTnited Sheffield Wednesday. 0. Middleshrough. 3, Bradforo. 0. Freston North! End .1, Chester- field 0. -Sheffield United 2, Manchester Citv 3 Sunderland 1, Newcastle United 0. League Three North Second Championship: Halifax Town 0; Stockport C. 1. Lincoln City 3: Trammere. R. 0. Rochdale 3; Oldham Athletic 1. Crewe Alexandra 2; Carlisle 1. Darlington 4; Hartlepools 1. League Three South South Region Cup: Aldershot 5; Exeter City 3. Bournemouth and Boscombe Ath- letic 3; Bristol City 2. Bristol Rovers 6; Brighton and Hove Albion 1. Crystal Palace 1; Cardiff City 1. Torquay U. 4; Swindon Town 1. Scottish Victory Cup (First Round.) Aberdeen 2: Hamilton Acads. 0. Airorieonians 4; Dumbarton 0. Alloa 3; Hearts 1. Arbroath 3: Raith Rovers 4. Avr United 1; Morton 3. Clachnacudin 2; Partick'Thistle 2. Clyde 4; Alfabion Rovers 2. Cowdenbeath 0: Queens-Park 0. Dundee U. 2; Queen of South 1. East Fife 2; Kilmarnock 0. FalMrk 2; Motherwell I. Hibernian 3; Dundee 0. St. Johnstone 2; Celtic 8. St. Mirren 3; East Stirling 1. Stenhousemuir 1; Rangers 4. Third Lanark 1; Dunfermline Athletic 2. League Three South North Region Cup: Clapton Orient 0; Queens Park Rangers _0. Northampton T. I; Waisall 4. Port Vale 2: Southend U. 1. Eatford 0; Mansfield Town 3. Notts County vs. Norwich, not played. grounds that it wasn't right for one to conclude agreements with enemy countries before the other Allies had made peace with them. That protest still hanngs nre but meantime Moscow been making economic hay. Hitler's Dolitico-econoznie domina- tion was based pa the scheme of keeping his vast territory mainly agricultural to provide Germanv with foodstuffs while absorbing the manufactured products of the fatherland. He succeeded in per- fecting this program to the extent that just before the war he was compelling them to accept anything that Germany wished to unload. Hitler was dumping out-rnoded armaments and other unrated sup- plies wholesale. He had even forc- ed the Greeks to take mouth- organs. Just what economic program the Russians intend to pursue is not yefc wholly clear. However, the So- viet in previous five-year plans demonstrated the titanic industrial development which it is capable ol achieving in a short time. On past records it may not be long before Russian industry is capable of meet- ing the demands of its new tjolitico- economic empire. TO MEET HOTEtMEN EDMONTON, April 20. Trade Minister C. E. Gerhart -Kill meet within the next two weeks representatives of the Alberta Hotelmen's Association and the Beverage Dispensers' Union. The minister said an exact date for the meeting had not been set but notices would be sent to the representatives as soon as a satisfactory time had been selected. General conditions in OJP.A. bill now before the United, arrived today frosn Halifax i States congress would have a dis- with a Saskatchewan delegation astroas effect on Canada's prices i among Us 225 civilian passengers, ceiling structure I Four hundred servicemen also were Although Donald Gordon. Prices i aboard. Board chairman, declined any; Civilian passengers Included J. statement, officials were understood, j H. "Wesson, president of the Sas- to be concerned with the effect ris- i katchewan Wheat Pool; L. F. Me- i ing prices in the United States! Intosh. co-operatives ministers in' was stron? sappors for the of Dr. Edith Summerskill for pro- motion from her post as parlia- mentary secretary to the food min- istry "a hotter Up is thai A .V. Alexander will return frosn India as minister of food." Mr. Alex- ander. now first lord of the ad- miralty, is !n India as a member of the three man constitutional: mission. The Mirror saJd iiat the two other service Law- son at the war office and Lord Stansgate. air also be affected by govemmen- as are Pensicrs Minister Paling and Alfred Barnes, transport minister. The Dominion now feeis it does these rights ex- cept for what may required carry out the undertaking. tens BUTTER. CHEESE FOB. G Jl. tos WST.T.INGTCK. April Zealand wSl snip Dominion does desire a long- i ions of batter and orer agreement which would be 1 sons of cbeese for Britain >n, J f M 4m i.iiiljTfc cancellable at tie end of the period {the next 10 days. Ships also by 12 months" notice on the part leading tons of meat. RUGS CLEANED Rugs and Chesterfields Cleaned and Demothed. THREE DAY SERVICE WILTON" RCGS, foot AXMIXSTEK AXD WOOL RUGS, per square foot ...........5e ORIENTAL KCGS, per square foot an materials and condition. Estimates free We guarantee not to face colors or Injure fabrics Color Brite Rug Upholstery Cleaners Free Pickup and BeiiTery Phone 2369 I have on Canadian price j the Saskatchewan government: Ro- j bert McKay of Saskatoon, manager j would levels. _ ......__ One authoritv said that If the j of the Saskatchewan Pederatied Of .A. did not have the power to CO-Operatives. and George W. proceed with its serious difficulties' program would very follow Robertson. Saskatchewan Wheat were "bound to have reper- cussions in GERMAN P.O.W.'S EAT POISONED BREAD FRANKFURT, Germany. April hundred Ger- man prisoners of war were pois- wHctl UJ atScBic lu early this week in an American camp and all are "seriously ill." "United States headquarters have announced. POLICE BATTLE OUTLAWS ROME. April from Gorizia, in the disputed Ven- ezia Guila area, -said today that civilian police, reinforced by United States inilitary police, a three-h'our battle with 30 uniden.- tified outlaws armed with light and heavy maciiine-guns in the out- skirts of the town of Caporetto, north of Gorizia. Pool secretary. The delegation plans to negotiate reciprocal trade agreement between j United Kingdom and Saskatchewan i co-operatives. Mr. Wesson also is j delegate to the United Fanners j Union conference in London in! May. i ROXY AFAIOISf rimislj Grand Easter Holiday Attraction MONDAY TELL TOURS. 4 DAYS anXISTER TO CANADA OTTAWA. April Al- fred Piederidewicz has been ap- pointed Polish minister to Canada and is expected to arrive in the capital next week to fill a vacancy has existed in the diploma- tic representation since last July. No Canadian ambassador has been named to Warsaw yet. JAPS SEEK SEIZE FOOD TOKYO. April crowd of about 500 Fujisawa residents who attempted to seize Japanese array I supplies stored in a schoolisoase j were dispersed today when Japan- I ese police fired shots in the air. LOOK TO U.N. FOR HELP TEHRAK, April ors to the shah of Iran "are fearful that the people may be betrayed and foreign influence shape the corning a source close to the imperial court declared. This source said the Iranian people look to the United Nations and to the United States for help. LASCELLES IN VANCOUVER VANCOUVER, April count George Heriry Hubert Las- celles arrived in Vancouver last night for a brief visit on "personal business." NEW cxtne EST SEARCH EDMONTON, April month-old search for Lionel Meu- nier, 13, of Edmonton, missing from his home since March 22, swung toward the Morinvllle district to- day as police received information leading them to believe he might 1 be in that region. COMING NEXT FRI. I.T.V. ELECTIO INDIANAPOLIS. April Election of Don Hurd of Oakland. Calif., as secretary-treasurer of the International Typographical Union announced last defeated Henry Clemens of Los beverage premises will be discussad Angeles in a special election, by af the meeting. majority. HIT NO. 2 Glitter and Gloic Show of the A'eio Year! "A SPORTING CHANCE" VIRGINIA DONALD WOODS S.Z.SAKALL Afiea JenWJiS SrofJy Orto Krsger Codbrea Vfcoasa and THE GOUJWTH GlRi-S OVeetei by Bruce ENDS TODAY! 'The STORK CLUB" with BETTY HUTTOX B.AERY FITZGERALD Technicolor Special 'THE FOREST COMMANDOS" Canada's bush pilots and her fight against forest fires Color Cartoon iy Bottleneck" Feature Starts 2J0, 5.05, 720. 9.30 Complete Shows at 2.15, 6.45, 9-i6 With JOHN O'M ALLEY JANE RANDOLPH EXTRA! KIDDIES MATINEE EASTER MONDAY MORNING AT 10 lOc WSPAPEM ;