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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AFKIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THESE ROLLS ROYCE BANDITS v V V T Steal Priceless Historic Antiques today as Scotland Yard men the treasures. eearched lor the Rolls Royce ami- I The castle once was trie proper- ed bandits who stole priceless ius- ty of Anne Boleyn, one of Henry turic jewels, antiques and works of an yesterday from the cen- tury Heier castle, near Ecen- bricge, Kent, home of CoL J. J. Astor. of the British branch of the Astor lamilv. Although more than a thousand priceless antique gems and works stolen in the 5 vnrs wives who was beheaded. Among the works of art stolen are: An antique miniature of the Virgin and the Child framed in ruby-encrusted gold: Mollison Missing KARACHI, India, April 22, (Reuters) Royal Air Force authori- ties here were signalling air centres between Karachi and CMTO today for news of Jim Mollison, Briusli irans-Atlsntic flier, who "Has ex- pected here Saturday irm Cairo in aa aircraft which he was flying oat j jo from Britain. Molliscn is said to left Cairo j Thursday and nothing has been i Of him since. It is suggested that be a forced UNEASINESS BEHIND i which Elizabeth's prajer book jects hsd been taken. Cpl. Astor said it u-as impossible to estimate the of what had been stolen. Police said the robbers, who used Rolls Royce car. broke a small to enter "the castle. A signet ring m gold. to Kins Henry Yin; A miniature of Lady Hamilton in a gold oval frame. CoL Astor is chairman of the Times Publishing Company, which publishes the Times of Cooper Answers Critics A.P. Plan NEW YORK. AprU Kent Cooper, executive director of the Japanese Puppet Sentenced to Die SOOCHOW. China, April 22 -Cha Min-Yi. puopei foreign nun- lenced to death today and Mi j-Wei. wife of tt a hi The bearded, pale-faced Shu, who had asked the coan, not to sen- tence to tail but to execute him if it found frim guilty, sighed audi- blr in the hot. crowded Kiangsu court as the verdict was read. Stout, short Madame Wang ap- peared calm as she listened to her sentence being pronounced but be- came angry when the judge at the end of the verdict said she poses revealed "the total lack of belief in the altruism back of what she Associated Press is Irving to do." In a statement read before the annual meeting of the Associated Press, Mr. Cooper said: "I wish it were possible to con- vince the puobc of the sincerity of the Associated Press effort. of the utter lack of any thought that 22. Sf the undertakings would be selfishly his wife. 1 remunerative to the Associated -.esterday i Press, of the earnest hope that by charged with murder in connection exchange of truthful news between 1 with the death 01 William. Korven- I nations international friendships. Pair Held At Coast For Murder a-e of rley. B.C., who from, a third-storey window Friday instead of hatreds, would develop, and of the cruel miscarriage to the effort which co-operation with gov- ernment propaganda would entail." Commenting on what he called the end of the verdict said she could file an appeal to the Nan- long supreme court within ten days. She said. "I will not since you will not ai-cept the facts anyway." 22 FIRE ALARMS EDMONTON. April monton firemen now feel spring has answered 22 alarms over the week-end, but none of the fires was serious and most were grass fires. All alarms rung in. were genuine. Calls answered by the firemen, represented the largess number rung 12. since last falL TO HELP PREVENTCOLDS TAKE- Haay doctors ssree iliat colds are often the resale of lowered body resistance. To increase resistance TO colds, these sarae doctors recossinend the heoliiual proper- ides of Vicaraias A and found in McCoy's Tablets, Because clinical proved that fitauiins better in the presence of rcmeraJs, each. McCoy's Tablet also the minerals, to help JOG isjsucizxiiiiij, "djssjrols Bui- McCoy's tsdsr- If you're satisfied after one bos. your trill be on the real the and all dms stores. NOW PLAYING YOU KID! Join the belles end the xwelli of merry Manhattan for o spree throuflhjhft Nifty nighr. Police found a broken window in the room of the accused immediately above the spot where Korvenala f matters tnat are being publicly was discovered unconscious in the j oiscussed and which erroneously lane. present what it is the Associated Police said the man and woman i press has done" in respect to the gave conflicting statements. Beatrice statement, Mr. Cooper declared: Gee. they said, was blee'dmg at the AP dld act mouth and had apparently lost tanjy in withdrawing its news several teeth in a struggle, while i sen-ice "for by the government Stafford Gee was suffering from i ss propaganda." cuts and bruises on his face. An 2. The AP "has no commitment to furnish nor does it furnish its news to any government for propa- ganda purposes." 3. The AP does furnish news to broadcasting departments of other but "ii does so soleiv for domestic broadcast and not for international propaganda purposes." Mr. Cooner said in these govern- ments there were no private broad- casters, "thus if the people of anv of those countries are to get their news by broadcast, the broadcasting: must be done by their government" 4 The AP could in resignation, sustain th'e loss of furnishing news gratis to the TJ.S got eminent for inquest will be held Tuesday. Faces Trial For Assaulting G.B. In Japan WINNIPEG, April ed with assault of Canadian and British soldiers prisoner-of-war in a camp, Japanese C.S M. Henry Leonard Deane of the Royal Engineers will go on trial he-ore a general court martial here tomor- row. are I C i" j from agencies which co-operate with any government in "dissemin- ating propaganda." propaganda purposes but "unDort- against a-nt newspapers In foreign lands de- eire no Propaganda news or news cmn Maj.-Gen. J. W. N. Haugh of Glasgow. Scotland, who presided at the earlier court martial here of CoL (Acting Sgt.) John HUgh Har- vey of London, will be president of the court. C.SJM. Deane was a witness at the trial of Harvey and at a later all-Canadian court martial of C.S.M. Marcus Charles Tugby of the Winnipeg Grenadiers- Harvev was acquitted of charge of manslaughter and on 19 of 28 charges involving collabora- tion with the Japanese and assault on Allied prisoners. Tugby was adjudged innocent of eight of 16 charges, including collaboration. The findings on tHe other charges have not vec been promulgated. Evidence in the previous trials showed thai Deane was a member of the judicial committee, known as the "Big Four." which was charged with maintaining discipline in the camp. Deane's home is in London. England. RECOGNIZE RUSSIA IN THE BALTIC STATES I WASHINGTON, Apnl Eventual recognition by United 1 States of Russian absorption of Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia was forecast by diplomatic authorities as a practical political necessity. Questions on relations with these and other territories whose status was upset during the war arose in connection with U.S. Secretary of State James Byrnes' reported com- ment to the senate foreign relations committee that this country is get- ting away from the use of non- recognition as a. political weapon against governments it does not lite. Inquiry among 'diplomatic officials produced considerable evi- dence there is not actually any great basic change at hand. CCBIT MEASURE The cubit, ancient measure of distance, was actually the length of a man's forearm from elbow to end of the middle finger. Soccer Results NTLONS FIRST THOUGHT OF WOODEN IN AVKECK IX5NDOX Apnl Soccer games played today m the United Kingdom, resulted" as fol- lows: League Three North Con Semi-Finals Rotherhsm U. 3. Gateshead I. Southport 2. Chester 4. Leane Tliree South North and South Region Cup Ipswich. Tov.n 2, Heading 1. League South Arsenal 0. Derby County 1. Aston Villa 3. Leicester City 0. Charltcn Athletic 1, Southamp- ton 1. Coventry City 0. Luton Town 3. Fulham 7. MiHwall 0 Newport County 0, Birmingham cur i- Nottingham Forest 0, Tottenham Hotspur 2. Plymouth Argyle 1. Chelsea 4. Portsmouth 2, Brentford 0. "W'esc Ham 3. Swansea Town 0. Wolverhampton Wanderers 0. West; Brcmwich Albion 0. League North Blackpool 2, Burnley 1. Bolton Wanderers I, Chesterfield 0. Everroa 0. Bamsley 4. Grimsby Town 1, Liverpool 1. Leeds United 0, Sheffield Wednes- day I. Manchester United 4, Newcastle United I. Middlesbrough 5, Blackburn Rov- ers 1. Preston Korth End 2, Hudders- field Town 0. Sheffield United 1. Bradford 1. Stoke City 2, Bury 0. Sunderland 4. Manchester City 0. League Three North Second Championship Bradford City 2, Accrington Stan- Icy 0 Oldliam Athletic 0. Rochdale 4. Stockport County 0, Crewe Alex- andra 1. Tranmere Rovers 3, Lincoln Citv 0 Darlington 2, Carlisle 2. Dcncaster 1. York 1. Barrow 2. Hartleoools United 1. Wrexham I, Halifax I. BOSTON, Apnl Women dressed in Easter finery were among the hun- dreds tossed about or hurt v hi a head-on collision of v two trains last night, and the ff, first thought, of at least some of them, stock- -5 ings. A male passenger of the v C- local train carrying Easter Vveek-enders back to Provi- -5 dence reported that after the -5 crash, several women nearby screamed: "Oh, my -j Leatrue Three South South Cup Brighton and Hove Albion 1, Bris- tol Rovers 3. Bristol City 1. Bournemouth 0. CardiiT City 3, Crystal Palace 0. Exeter Citv 1. Aldershot 0. Swindon Town 0, Torquay Unst- I ed 0. I-easjue Three South North Resion Cnp Mansfield Town 1. Watford 0. Norwich City 2. Notts Countv 1. Gueen's Park Rangers 6, Clapton 1 Orient. 0. Souther.d United J. Port Vale 1. i WalsaU 3. Northampton Town 1. HEADS HOTEL ASSN. Jantigen "C" DISSOLVED ORAL VACCINE FOR RHEUMATIC DISORDERS AMD NEURITIS (See Page 8) VANCOUVER, Apnl ing the federal government to re- peal the Canada Temperance Act, provide good rationals highways and to include hotels within fields served by the industrial bank, the Hotel Association of Canada con- cluded their here Satur- day with election officers, George A. Wilsor.. Toronto, was elected president. The Western Hotel Asso- ciation, meeting preceded the main conference P. W. Dangsrfseld, Winnipeg, as presi- dent. Just A CHICAGO. April Twelve policemen surrounded the Ford Hopkins company, a. drug concern, here last night and began investigating mys- terious noises. Guns readied, a half-dozen officers crept up the darkened stairs, floor by floor, as the noises continued. Reach- ing the fourth floor, they came, upon a bsx toaa cat chasing a golf ball across the floor and then down me stairs. See Drop Sask. Hog Marketings REGINA. April 22 Mariet- ings of hogs in Saskatche'aan br June -would be between 75 and Der cent below the corresponding date in ISM. Agriculture Minister I. C predicted today. Farmers are sreadily droppsn out of hog rais- ing, he added. The marketings during 1945 drop- ped bv 51 per cen' below marketings f in 1944, Mr. XoKet said. Judging; by the marketings so far in J thev would be down another 25 cent in the next faro or three months. Between January November. 1945. Aere were 353504 hog car- casses marketed in Saskatchewan, compared with in the cor- responding period in 1944. Cattle marketings numbered 442570 car- casses in this period, while in the same period in 1944 there were 336.- !26 cattle marketed. The increase in 1945 was 32 per cent. Farmers Eager Buyers For Used Machinery STONEWALL. Man, April 22. were eager to pay more than the original price for north of used farm machinery which went on, auction here Saturday under a buggy whip instead of the usual gaveL Hugh Appleyard. public auc- tioneer for 26 years, kep; crack- ing his whip until one used tractor was bid to more than original price. Old-timers at the arnual auc- tion said it was the largest crwd of fanners seec here m years, and the prices paid. For eight hours. Appievard and amused the crowd Into buying; plows, cultivators, binders and drills at from to S75 more than their prices wises new. Deny U.S. Planes Strafe CotmnnmsU CHUNGKING. April zovefmnent military spokesman today labelled M "complete a charge "o? Chinese communists thai United States aircraft strafed tieir aft SBepicgkai. Mancharia. last States headquarters indicated it would hare up formal statement on the accu- sation walH an inrsstigation completed. However, a spokesman, said an anarxsed Ealsoa sete- ed by the communists at chu- last Tresk 'eras the only States aircraft fc the area. Tee i coicxsonists cf was shoe down and eozuaisai aa Meanwhile, gorersajeoifs Array. to enlarge- she snail 1 slice of Manchuria k TOOTS controls, I pushed its attach south of Chasj- espial city occupied last J Communists strengthened their position in Cfrargchaa as forces scaght to ohms the Iss LONDON. AprJ Army's auack near XangdiBlla, Premier George Drew of Toronto miles to the was on Sunday accused by Soviet! radio commentator Loaovsky of de- mandlng war against the Sone; Union. MOSCOW CHARGE Marshal Tito, ruler of Yugoslavia, leans from the window of his railroad car to greet some of the thousands of admirers who greeted him on his journey through Czechoslovakia during his visit to Prague. Behind him Tito left a tense situation with 11 divisions massed near Trieste, the Adriatic city that Tito wants, but which the Italians have and which is temporarily held by two British and one Ameri- can division. Many observers believe the situation in Trieste has all the makings of another "incident" that might rekindle the fires war in Europe. Non-Production Strike Of Members Of A.F.U, Is Requested EDMONTON, April A non-production strike of the 22.000 members of the Aloerta Farmers' Union was asked in a telegram sent to the A.F.U. executive today by members of the Watmo Local, who protested recent increases in the prices of farm machinery, gasoline, work clothing and income tax regu- lations affecting fanners. C. J. Stunpfle, AJ.TT. president, said the constitution, gave no auth- ority for the organization of such a strike, and a resolution calling for such a clause had been rejected two years ago fay a large majority. However, "the executive was pre- paring a resolution of protest for presentation to Donald Gordon, Prices Board chairman. Mr. SDimpfle said farmers In the Didsbory district were so incensed over increased costs and the income tax situation many had expressed themselves as seriously considering refusing to make out returns. He had informed them, he said, no lasting benefit could come from fioutmg the law. but there was noth- ing to "prevent "thorough organiza- tion for an eventual non-delivery strike of farm produce as a means of protection if all other representa- tions faiL" Aiter the seeding season the union executive and directors would cover Alberta to organize for strike action and arranging preliminariss for the next meeting of tha con- tinuing committee on the question of amalgamating with the United Farmers of Albetra under the ban- ner of the Alberta Federation of Agriculture. Before any order was given calling for a general non-delivery strike, the directors and executive wouiri consider sending a delegation to Ot- tawa to present the case in a prepared brief. Die On Gallows SHANGHAI. April 22 Kaburagi. former! To the north, communists pre- pared to sweep Into Harbin the HUSSJSPS leave Thursday. Forcr ____ Chir.ese sovernciest officials fled In an English language broad- i the city a few weeks ago. LS; from Moscow said -ro the south, in Mukden, disease that Drew had an audience -yas added to the gorernrceac's at Chatham. Ont. to "start fighting troubles with the spread of typhus the Soviet Union" and had demana- in the area. However, meoical sup- ed economic sanctions asd a block- ade against Russia. "The a'-ies bv the United Na- tioss Relief and Sehabdltadon Ad- ministration were reported to fliers at Hankow in December, 1944. The prisoners, their hands bound, were led one at a time into the tmv execution chamber at 45 min- ute inter.aSs. The charges on which, i ovsky who said that they were convicted were read to thein. their heads were encased in black hoods and they were hang- ed. ----name of Cot Drew was known to no one in Europe during reached the clty. the war." said Lozovsky. "bus now j Marshall. TJnited States after the war he moves heaven and, special envoy, today held his fiiss earth to make himself known i conference with Communis. Leader through the world. He is convinced j Gen. Chou En-Lai srcce he retsrn- _ but world." It DREW ANSWERS i i TORONTO. April three-bcur Drew of Cntano replied brieSv :o 'Ha communists spokesman the Soviet radio comme-iMwr Los- ustenec without ccns- PROMPT SAVES PORT ARTHUR MAN told an audience at to "start fighting the and had demanded PORT ARTHUR, April 22.- Prompt action by Lloyd Edwards, one-armed employee of Saskatche- wan Poel Elevator here, saved the life Saturday of Frank Lidemarlt. 19. of Port Arthur. Lidemark, delivering milk to the j grain boat Ifantadoc. was cUmbing j down the ladder from the ship's side when the vessel began to move from j the dock. He jumped, smashed his face on the concrete dock and rolled into the water unconscious. Edwards grabbed a rope nearby and despite ftis one arm. turned sev- eral loops about Lidemark's body and dragged him out. PLAN NEW WINNIPEG FIND BODY 4MBCSHED AUSTRALIAN OFFICER! Suggestions Listed On How To Conserve Food In Present Crisis ____ i BATAVTA. April The body of Sqdn.-Ldr Birchall. i one of two officers missing from a i partv of eight Australian war crimes investieatofs which was ambushed j last Wednesday near Buitenzorg. southeast of Batavia. has been' found, the Netherlands news agency reported. Sqdn.-Ldr. BirchaU. whose first name was not given and his com- i panions were attacked while re- turrn" by automobile from a visit i to prison. Two officers. Capt. Ate- i tair Mackenzie and Flc-Lt Hector McDonald, were killed. According to j the sjivi-.ors" reports, a machine- gun fired at the cars at close range, j POSTS BOYER'S BAIL j Is on record, and bears no resemblance j LT' to the typical fabrication of Mr. said Premier Drew. At Chatham April 6 Premier Drew, said the democratic nations now are t faced with a challenge as great as, that for which they to war.; The challenge was that of feeding' tee starring peoples of Europe and, Asia and thereoy preventing them i from accepting communism to which: they would turn in their dire need unless fed. "The threat of totalitarianism. hanging over Europe ana Asia today j is greater than at any ume daring 1 the regime of Nazism, fascism or i shuuoisai." he said. To combat the! threat he advocated a policy c-, with, an all-1 out food production program. DISTRESS SIGNAL CHANGE Before the letters SOS were ad- opted generally as a distress at sea, the letters CDQ were WINNIPEG. Aprfi canon to publish a new daily news- paper :nT "Winnipeg br a group known as the "Winruneg Citizen Co- operative Publishing" Co- Ltd., was submitted to the Manitoba vicciai secretary, it was learned here today. The paper, to be known as the VTlnnises Citizen, weuld be a- full-s HEMORRHOIDS -2 Special Remedies ky Maiun Mecca Ointmant No. 1 is for piuU'arifnc is in Tcbe, 71th By ARTHUR EDSON "WASHINaTON, April Tjnited States government food of- ficials, questioned on what the in- dividual can do to help hungry millions in Burope and Asia, made a few suggestions for American citizens. Here they are: 1. If you're a Never throw a piece of bread or a teaspoonful of fat away. Make sure the garbage consists only of bones, eggshells and the in- edible parts of fruits and Don't overeat. Don't over-serve a guest. Eon't fry meats, poultry, fish. Bake, boil or stew them Use fresh fruit for dessert, not pastries. Serve homemade salad dressing, vinegar or lemon juice, not rich salad dressing. Use meat, drippings to flavor vegetables, dressings, sauces. Store bread in moisture-proof wrapping in refrigerator to retard mold. Use dry. leftover bread in toast, puddings and stuffings. Give each person only one small slice of bread. Cui cut dry cereals as much as possible. TJse potatoes 'a fine breakfast dish) and oatmeal. 2. If you're a Don't oierseat. Eat all they serve you at a restaurant. Stay awav from pastries. Order fruit instead. Plant a vegetable garden. 3. Cut down on waste. The de- partment of agriculture estimates that one slice of bread in every loaf is wasted. This aione would give 2.5CO.COO people in Europe three-fourths of a pound of bread a cay. MONTREA1X Apn! j totalling under which i i wealtnv Dr- Ravmond Boyer of Montreal is at liberty pendine king's bench court trial nect monui on charges connected with Canada's espionage Investigation has been posted by his cousin, Talbot John- son. ROW PLAYERS THEATRE COMING NEXT FRI. Opinion Of Labor Party Divided On Affiliation Moves THIEVES CRACK WINNIPEG. Apn! 22 Some S1.5CO in ?r.d one S500 Victory Bond were from a local flor- ist shop today after thieves moved a safe "from the store's iram floor the baseiien: to crack it. An- other safe at a church here proved too tough for thieves who left after knocking the dial. HIGH ,WINDS IN NORTH EDMONTON. April 22 age estimated at "hundreds of dol- lars" was caused to Edmonton dis- trict summer resorts yesterday by high %unds which" piled ice floes into boathouscs and wharfs on east- ern and southeastern shorelines. LONDON, Apnl Moves for and against affiliation of other parties to Britain's Labor party were made at three political conferences Sunday. The independent Labor party. holding its annual conference at Southport, Lancashire, decided against any agreement between the two parties, adopting a resolution declaring that the independent Labor party must build its strength and influence through patting over its policy as an alternative to the Labor party. The annual conference of Brit- ain's Co-operative party on the other hand, approved a proposed agreement wjtfT the Labor party, described as giving "all the advan- tages of affiliation without complete absorption." A resolution favoring affiliation of the communist party with the Labor party was defeated at the Clerical and Administrative Work- ers Union conference at Rhyl, Kint- thire. Wales. The resolution embodying the in- dependent Labor panj's decision to continue to function as an inde- pendent party, advocated "well or- ganized propaganda, including Sght- parliamentary and municipal elections in suitable cases." and added: "In the meantime the con- ference instructs the national coun- cil neither to initiate nor to enter- tain any approach or negotiations for affiliation to the Labor party." DURABLE BUBBLE SYDNEY. John McCarthy, manufacturing chemist here, has in-.en'ed a solu- ticn uhich produces durable bubbles and has made a hobby of blowing them. He aims to commercialize the solution and predicts that will become a nation of bubble blowers." MIGHTY "Monstro" JOYOUS Jx -as "Jimmy CrickeTj MEN-LEARN RADIO Radio College of Canada offers onisfctudin? opportunities profitable and permanent careers to wideawake TOtmy men. The work is inttrestinir and commands good pay. No previons know- ledge of radio b needed, our training courses teasa from the zronnd np. We invite you to enquire, without oWisaion. abont our special training worses in Wireless Operating Radio TecUnoIosy, and Electricity, which may be taken by home stndr er in resaleat classes, low monthly payments. For foil information see, R. F. Lambert. Supervisor. Radio College Canada. Marquis Hotel. Lethbridge, Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday, this week. For Information Please Telephone 3191 Lavish Production of HILARITY, NONSENSE, MELODY, ROMANCE, GLAMOUR, GLITTER and LOVELIES! ROXY FAMOUS PUYfRS THIAIK TODAY TILL THURS. riLMEO IN ALL THE CtOMlOUS EARLY TO BED If a child gets adequate rest and r.utrmon it will boost his school j rating. i t SECOND FEATURE I "A Sporting Chance" Jane Randolph John O'Malley VIRGINIA MAYO VERA-ELLEN EXTRA "The Forest Commandoes" Ontario's Fight Against Forest Fires THE GOIDWYN OltlS COLOR CARTOON LATEST NEWS CAHTOL 'SPAPERJ ;