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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL In China Feared tracks entering the city Iron out j f T C iof the state to pav a union meca-! ber to drive and uclosd the tru-.-ks. e- "5 I Corn Crops Seen leave unaffected the ordinary ac- custodians to receive surplus ecu- j pons. The custodians rnus; regis- ter vath the local ration board where j they -Riil receive an official author- liation card. i The announcement said the sys- I PADDLES NOKTH OX LONG TKIP TO X.T. Charge Chinese Tombs Looted CHUNGKING. April The People's Bally said todar the i vanguard of the sovernment s 1st" army had reached It predicted bitter fighting would fol- low. HSghtr ihcusanc Cossnutsjst troops are reported concentrated in j QUESNKL. B.C, April 23 and pros- BEVIN MEETS rrcn: yront Fase.) perial conference but prediction on reports he has re-. ceived in recent weeks from all' parts of the country. He said the early soring season Sad enabled farmer filled tombs of of China's Alanchu emperors. -Em- No Independent Existence For Any Dominion 1OXDON. April (OP. Cable) Discussing the informal confer- ence of commonwealth, prune min- isters which openfci here today, the Daily Express editorially that "no member of the British" com- monwealth of nations can contem- plate an independent existence without support of all other mesa- Brig. Walsh New 3 it bv OaHHHUH- 3 SlOsifr -H ItSLl .u> j. ists. and is sboc win of j than p-ant for which s Chinese Hed armies t fcxs. j defence headquarters. re: Brig. Walsh took over his n sources conceded On the official Centra- Agshcy" reported that Russian Publishers f no: be possible for wheat ex-i snceTef by Ca-f A BffAnr1 OimnAriT to supply United cacUar. authorities. ASK rrceu Mi licl< I IK Ml IK I i Natters and Rehabilitation Brig. IVaish has relinquished his; l3Ui ilml the tons previous as deputy For Trapping Rights WIXXtPEG, April Queen Victoria medallion IccUsns It is time these facts are equally clear io the rest of world." Youths Mistreat Dog, Forced Read "Beautiful Joe" say proves thai the great White; Queen thess possession cf of beat anci Sour requested month- quartermaster-general at defence headquarters and trill take up resi- of the United Nations Relief and I land "so loss as the sun rose ic I ?he east aad sej in the west." is, __________, 1 the centre of a dispute over part hundred, and fourteen American j of Selkirk. 25 ssiles so-Ith- newspaper publishers voted Men- i west of here, a town of -t915 pop- dav to petition congress to amend I uiatioa. Members of the Pegnis bsnS Canada Will Get Share Nazi Ships BRUSSSLiS. April trill.) (Continued :rcm of the seven Democrats now on. t-e 0_jcjiR.A. reported its relief sup- i wheat in existence to give U.N-R. bich to chief justice. _ niv tVi'cnients set records iri Octo- i R-A. the amouni it is asking "Associate Justices O: long Mr. Anderson said. '-CfeOn. SHCL r. J- i -eniloued priixipaHy'. United States, which supplied 456.- 6CO in October and in Xo- -ercber. WONT FIX BLAME Floreiio H. iaGuardia. director- several of the United Nations Re- Ztouglas. Robert H. JacSson former month and in SrS Oth-r Democrats oa the bench are wes----- EUEO Black, -arho now is in iorltv; Stanley F. Heed. Fraai rgj-vhv Rutledge. "Mrs? Stone and "their t-o sons. Marshall of Cambridge. Mass, sac ILauson Stone of Xes- Tork _City. tsrere a; i" came. ilonday cours had convened recess during Stone had -srorked hare. FARMERS fContiauec-rrom rron: Pase.) CONFLICTING Packers and cattle raisers ed conflicting tioa. repara- ____._.._ iy. The "agency, rrsaking public allo- cations of the enemy shipping amongst 15 Allied countries which suffered losses during the war, said Britain will ge; about 355.000 gross toss worth 000 (about The shares were aptxartioned on the basis of the tonnage lost by each of the 15 Allied countries during the war. Canada's loss was placed at 336.WO entitling her cent of the shipping. 1.42 per lief and Rehabilitation A< Returns to fanners cropped ween EUnore j it in acvance. point where they could sell price- He was bom Oct. 11, 1872, on a farm near Chesterfield. NJI. APPOINTED BY FJDJ5. President Franklin Delsso Roose- VPI-. a anoointed Justice Stone, a Republican, chief justice after the jurzss became widely known in judicial circles as a "kberaL" He had been an associate justice for 16 years. One of ise best-known opinions delivered by Mr. Stone while chief justice was a lone dissent- to JES.- decision holding that a labor could not be prosecuted under the 1934 federal ann-rscketeering act for using alleged "strong-arm" employers hire The ruling applied to a justice Qenartmens suit charging that a KeV York union required owners methods to tinion members. WHY SUFFER TORTURE PILES mediate assistance he is getting from i market rather than sell at the new Canada and Argentina, but was cri- tical of the United States effort al- though he expected a quick im- provement. He hsd been getting a lot of statistics but looked for ac- tion in a dav or two. "I don't want to see any more statistics as long as I hs de- dared. "I have been fed on statis- ticai gibberisii for the past- three Ee revealed that he Jehn L. Lewis, head of the striking soft coal miners, TO have toss a month mined espe- cially for UJ.'J without pre- judice to the strike cause and to prices and some producers and packers suggested 2 general in- crease in the dressed meat ceiling. The prices board rarcec. aside the suggestion. Hugh Bailey, genera! manager of the United Farmers Co-operative Company, Ltd.. saw a. solution in a two cent, a cound boos; in the beef price which would give the packers a "reasonable margin" of profit Ke continued: "I am not, in favor of a general removal of price ceilings because that would jus; cause a wild spiral in our price structure, but at pres- ent ceilings the packer cannot make be paid for at -jrhateTer rate is a profit." necessary after the strike is settled. XOT A SOLTTTIOX 2V_plj. PAZO necessary CANADA CO3IES THROUGH "I want to express appreciation for the eSorts acd co-operatioii of the Canadian Mr. is.- Guardia said. 'They always come through. "I have been, -gorfrirg -with. Can- ada, since 1940 (as chainnan of the Canada-United Slates joins penn- aneni defence board) and I am happy to Snd the same co-opera- tion in the maKer of food." There were definite warnings of famine last year. Sir. La- J. 3, MacLeas, president of Can- ada Packers, declared a general two cent a nound increase in. dress- ed meat p'rices "would nos solve the problem at all" but would only "transfer black market activities to another level." Customers found bare shelves in many Toronto butcher shops and dealers said they could not say how soos meat- would be available. Only about 600 animals were sold for slaughtering Monday after there had been no sales Thursday, Wri- r licenses aad they can't isnderstand the Sherman anti-trust act so it j "shsll not be construed to prohibit anv press service comFany from exercising its own discretion in the selection of its customers." Col. Bobert 3. McConnick. pub- lisher of Chicago Tribune, summoned the publishers to the meeting atid told them: "Our peti- tion is to congress to restore the, freedom of the press abridged by: a bare majority of the courts with- j out an adequate trial." j Ee referred to the supreme court j ____ ruling upholding a lower court ce- i PRESTWICK. Scotland. April 23. cision that Associated tress by- j of 45 R.C. DB.CK. tO Ont. AprJl Amherstburg. Ont, youths who pleaded guilty to charges of mistreating doj have read Marshall book "Beautiful told Magistrate J. A- Hanrahan they enjoved it. When the youths. John Mc- Queen. 17, and Elgin Bratt. 19. appeared for sentence April 2 after speeding five days in jaii. the magistrate released them on their own bond for two weeks with the ing thev would read the a story" of .aa iil-treated dog. On their re-appearance he placed each on two years' su- spended sentence with a personal bond. Evidence was thai the youths whipped a. dog owned by Dif- ford Bertrand of Amherstburg. Next day Bertrand found his pes hanging over a fence, strangled. CANMORS. Aita.. April The 350 Caamore coal miners who i had been on strike for almost two Indians 30 strong went into the weeks went back to work Monday marshes near Selkirk last month, -pending negotiation" of their dis- The warden refused them, permis- pute. sion to trap because they held no The dispute was over the com- panys nghs to an employee when they remeicber the promise j a fire boss against his will. One of the great White z Tfl 1U laws violate the Sherman anti- trust act. The Associated Press subsequently complied with the court's order that the bylaws mus: be amended in respect to the ad- mission of new members. Thirtv publishers voted against McConnick's resolution and a few of- the nearlv 500 who attended re- mained in their seats when a standing vote was taken. McGEER SPEAKS BRANDON. Man.. April AP. Dakota transport aircraf c being Sown home have crossed the At- lantic safely and nine others are in Iceland awaiting improved wea- ther. Ten planes have been grounded at Frestwick for almost a week and the remaining 10 are at. Leeming, Yorkshire, where they were forced to move when the R.C.AJF. base at, Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, was closed. The planes are moving in small worker. Mike Patroski. was ordered tvvo weeks ago to assume part-time duties of fire boss and he protested. XVhen the company refused to re- scind the order, ihe men walked out. The management insisted this was a violation of an agreement. District head office in Calgary of the United Mine Workers also took the attitude ihas the men should no; cease work until en honest at- tempt had been made to arbitrate the matter. Mr. Patroski assumed his new du- ties Monday morning "under pro- Negotiations between local union oSSeers and the company will begin late fnii week, it is expected. beggarins pre-war concep; ator G. G. McGeer of Vancouver Need Not Fight groupoVia Iceland and Goose Bay. J R Citizen tions. Sen- Labraaor.J oc ___ 12 FRENCH SOLDIERS German srmy were arrested in Ba- varia after the discovers of a tilot xo kill Dr. Wilhete Hoegner. Ba- varian premier, "snd other leading Germaris who are co-operatiag with the Allies." Tiie broadcsst said: -The arrested German officers, K is reported, planned to comrni-; the mass murders simultaneously on one Guardia said. As proof he cited day or Saturday, and this indicat- the case of the distillers who had j ed there would" be little meat in gallons more in storage last, February than in Feb- ruarv of 1945. "They saw was he said. "They knew whai they were doing." "When he got the wheat problem settled Mr. LaGuardia said he would MUTUAL LIFE OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE: WATERLOO, ONTARIO Featuring: Business and Partnership Children's Educational Policies Insurance Family Income Contracts Retirement Incoffies Savings Mortgage Insurance A Plan to Meet Every Need L. J. BARTMAN, Rep. 219 Sherlock Bft. Lethtoidge local shops this week. LASKI'S STORY IS DECLARED UNTRUE LONDON, April Group Capt. Geoffrey Cheshire, V.C_ bomber pilot ace "and an ob- server on the atomic bomb raid on Nagasaki, today denounced as "blat- antly untrue" a statement by Prof- Harold Laski. chairman, of the La- bor narty. that the United States had. "developed an atomic bomb which would obliterate the states of and Ulisois. "TTJKON" TORECK REPORT SOON SEATTLE, April coast guard disclosed the investiga- tion into the wreck of the liner "Yukon Feb. 4, In Johnstone Bay. Alaska, has been completed and will John Sing, presidens of the To- be reviewed at headqusrrters in ronton Retail Butchers association, j Washington before the findings are said a meeting of all Toronto i made public. Final testimony was butchers would be held probably i obtained last week from a woman Wednesday night to draft proposals passenger on the Yukon. Eleven to meet the situation, persons lost their lives in the wreck. TO FOLLOW ONT- LEAB? VANCOUVER. April D. Cornett, chairman of the meat, dealers' division of the Retail Mer- chants association, announced here WASHINGTON. April AT HANOI] The supreme court ruled JMoriday n-n Tjt Check-List For Motorists Things to do today: measures UD to her responsibili- ties. If Canada could make gifts totalling more than to Britain and other nations, he'asked, -why did provincial premiers have to make three trips to Otta-s-a in an e36rs to finance educational, hu- manitariari and health measures. kind of nonsense goes on when a nation that can do what Canada done during ihe war lets its highways get into the deplor- able condition they are in and leave a million things crving to be decs for want of FRAXCE DEFEATS WALES PARIS, April I-racce defeated Wales 12-0 in a Rugby Union international played at Coiombss Stadium here today be- fore spectators. France scored one goal, one try asa one dropped goaL French Indo-China, April 23. Twelve French soldiers were killed and 20 injured, many seriously, in a. shooting Incident with Chin- soldiers at Hanoi, chief city of Tongkinff, northern Indo- Cbina, an Agence France Presse dispatch said. LOSES HAND WHILE _____ DOING GOOD TORN AMHERST. JJ.S.. April Doing a good turn for motorists snick in the snovforifts near here" cost Yemon Beale, his hand. Beale, whose car had been re- moved from the drifts piled tip by j Sunday s storm, remained behind i to hela other motorists. His hand had to'be amputated after he caught i it in the poorer -srinch of a i SET A 25' BOX truck. that an alien does aos have to promise to fight to become a citi- zen. It overruled a previous lower court decision refusing; citizenship to a Canadian who said he was willing to perform non-combatant military service for the United Stares but. was unwilling to bear arms. The ruling was on an appeal by James Louis Girouard of Stoneham, Mass. He was born at Monctoo, XJB., and !s a. member of the Seventh Day Adventisi church- Tune up engine Flash cooling system Lubricate chassis Adjust brakes "De-sludge" engine Change engine oil TO NIGHT TOHOItOW AIII6HI LAXATIVE Rotate tires You check the We'll check the Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile Ltd. Two downtown locations Chevrolet. Oldsmobile Cars; Chevrolet and Maple Leaf Tracks SALES AND SERVICE Phone 4055 for Service MISSING FRENCHMAN'S GEMS ARE PROBLEM VANCOUVER, April ,_ _ V IMA i sast nignc tna., cattlemen in Alberta, toms ofjjcials were faced with the Mamtote, and British Columbia are of disnossl of more than expected to follow Ontario's lead million" dollars in oriental and withhold the delivery cf ship- gems aJ1Q treasures, the pro- ments of cs.lUs pending the re- j pert" of Prench Millionaire Henri who disappeared from a small nger freighter which docked Monday. Mr. Bar, head of the sifting the ceiling on dressed meat i Franco Chinese Bank ai Shanghai, aad would rather see a ceiling on livestock prices established, he said. "Present beef prices are as high failed to return from a walk on deck -when the vessel was six days ___________ ___ __ as sea. A thorough search failed I as the public can afford." I to reveal any trace of the missing i Ee added that the beef shortage I man. j win continue as long as the pack-' TRACTOR TIRES For Change Over We have received a large of different and LET OUR EXPERT MECHANICS TAKE CARE OF 3Iotor Tnne-up Brake Control Gas and Oil Check Xcw paint Job Tire Ke-Caps Body Work NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS 301-307 13th Street X. Phone 42SS ers and producers are deadlocked, and no B.C. steers will reach city markets until August. R. Williams, president of the Van- I cpuver Island Mea i elation, said in EDMOXTOXIAXS 3IC5T SWEEP SIDEWALKS EDMONTON, April 53 ieTt" Retailers" assc- j council agrees to a. suggestion Victoria that there the Edmonton heaitn ooaro city ..--1011' i storekeepers will have to oe up brizht and early to sweep the side- walks outside their premises. The board is urging that 2 bylaw which permits storekeepers to sweep the enough 10 days. Ee expressed opposition i to an increase or complete lifting of retail meat c-siling prices. ed, they better ima oe oLi, ne -DerK.eo.a lam and 8 "30 said, "but ii wouldn't be for the be 'enforced, or if council sees fit j public good." 1 FREE ADDITIONAL 3IEAT OTTAWA, April A cam- 1 paiga to free additional meat for export to hungry countries by col- ________ ___________ lectiitg -unused meat radon coupons sidewalks are strepi -arhile people was announced the food informa- j are .vs-alking to work between j tion committee. and 9 aon., the board said. Under the plan, expected to be j that storekeepers oe forced to do aa even earlier job and have side- walks cleaned before 3 ajn. each day. Unhealthy conditions arise frcin the present setup whereby the j UliUCi iJitlii, IV I in operation within 10 days, organ- izations registered under the war charities act may appoint ofScial GAKSOX CONFIDENT iELUSQKSZ BEST Kostm sax nsa ELLISON'S FLOUR Vitamin or Regular Type THE ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT FOR NOURISHING AND TASTY BAKED GOODS ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR COMPANY LTD. Millers of Fine Quality Flour for 40 Years Junior Chamber of Commerce RADIO FORUM Formerly heard at 9.30 p.m. will be on the air, over 10.15 P.M. TONIGHT April (C.P.) Premier Stuart S. Garson of Manitoba last night left for the Dominion provincial confer- ence opening in Ottawa April 23, with "nndiminished optim- ism" that an agreement will be reached to replace the present obsolete financial setup. ABTUKO IS ANGRY SKAKNAN.AIRPOST, Eire, April AEgered by a 24- hour delay in Newfoundland on his wav from New York to Borne. Arfaro ToscarJr.5. 79-year-old con- ductor. a: rived here last night, ac- companied bv his and sou. Walter. The conductor refused to be interviewed, stamping his foot and shouting when approach ed for photographs, he put his har.ds to his face and cried "no, I j hate myself." HOWARD HUGHES RESIGNS YORK. April Movie Producer Howard Hughes resigned last night from the Motion Picture Association of America after filing j suit against the group for damages which the petition said might, reach The action was based on damages allegedly sustained through the M.P.A.'s rejection of advertising ma- terial to be used in the promotion of Hughes' film. "The Outlaw." The complaint asks for treble damages. "What's this Esso gasoline "It's the finest gasoline sold by Imperial Oil at the regular noc-premium price." "Whert has happened to has replaced 3-Star because It's better than 3-Star ever before the "war when 3-Star was Canada's largest selling gasoline." OIL ESSO, the new gasoline, gives smoother power on contains an exclusive solvent oil that helps keep combustion chambers and valves clean, trouble-free. It's everything most motorists need in a at non-premium price (2c less than premium ''How is it "It has a higher anti-knock quality, giving smoother performance, faster pick-up, more power on hills, combined with quick start- ing." this solvent oil if contains? Is it a top cylinder JlNo! It's a. solvent in the gasoline which helps keep combustion chambers and valves clean, trouble-free; It's aa exclusive Imperial Oil feature." using a premium I switch to will give top-notch performance in most of the cars on the road today and it sells for2cless than premium grades so it will save yon money; But the best way to decide is to try a tankful and see for yourself." DIALERS INEWSPAPERif ;