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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THE LETHBRTJDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL Court Martial For Brig, Lister Western Plane Crashes In Test Flight BUR3ANX, Apnl C4. "Western Air on a test, 2ighs is-lthout passengers, XONDON. April Cable.1' J. A. lister of Quebec Victoria, former chief of Canadian forces in The Nether- lands, -will be tried by gscrrAl court ed between- the Soviet government and the Iranian government oa all Questions and in of the with- draws! of its appeal to the security council, by the Iranian government, the Soviet delegation considers that j the decision cf" the security council i agenda is contrary 10 the charter 11 of the United Nat-ess. "The Soviet delegation is there-'! Souse escapee I 5ore to participate in the J Of question j the security council'" DEWITT MacKENZIE SAYS Black Market In Battle For Corn In United States Less Sugar For Canadians In '46 I MONTREAL, April ly half a. tons less sugar will be available for distribution j during the calendar >ear 2S4S than i t. last year, it was indicatec in a i statement issued Tuesday sight by Lt.-Gen. Simonds To Take Course OTTAWA, April i i Guy Sunonds, CJB., DJSO., King-i Oct.. former commander of I. the Canadian army force in The Netherlands, has been designated., by defence headquarters to take a WOMAN KIDEK. 93. HAS ACCIDENT, DIES MONTREAL, Apnl Mrs. J. T. Routledge, daugh- ter of the late Sir Hugh. A, MoaUgu senior staff defence coarse at the] 1 here today. t T is the first Canadian to be takes staff courses and Quetta, i r, hoises a week ago, and was at Camberley, f India. The senior coarse will fit ed and she -aas knocked to the ground. Russia Cuts Food Demand, Austria WASHINGTON, April United States diplomatic officials reported today that RUSSMI mmmed its land use demands on Austria to a small fraction of 150.000 acres originally sought. The action came as the after- math of an United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration the' reporters. He said if he were to fUld lisie to Quote from (Continued from Front Page.) of the inventions coard. The commissicn on esolon- j importance recac- is the United States aad "a other corn-countries bat no: generajy appreciated in Surope loutsice the Balkans) and Corn bids fair to save s. S youthful, and brUliant officer for; on or -sith the British army any- j j in the empire. and other sources, compares with i Gen. Simonds, a native an allocation of 12-270000 ions a Canadian corps: 1945. j through northwest Barope arui at tides Iras acting coznmander ol Canadian. Army. s South Africa Gold ant countries WAS gii-es as follows: lot o. United States: la order to main-i f- Gate. Conservative messier of CENSOESHIP British parliament, who served Zi- Sefore he rook off frora Wash- the leca! branch a: 1st Eirport department dis- Anriy handiirrg; cases' closed :t of rrooris Canadian stion from Prime Ahmed army 'ccmsiand. I Qsvarr: o: tia: the Tehran The said' sovemmsr.! has invoked IK rights U5. production is esaected to pro- ,1 I decision at Atlantic City late last month to baa relief to any country whose armies are found to be off the land" of countries jthey occupy at the expense of local population. The sxact extent of Russia's re- duced request remains uncertain. But. one state department official, in close touch mib, the situation, said prhately the Soviet. Union COY? is limiting is request to such un- Dllable lands as those previously fields. demand had in diplomatic grounds into the "agricultural production, and; folofield. Responsible indica- 2. It, would indicate clearly Soviet, EUIi. England. tne -eld intention to maintain a large force Halifax April 26 aboard saill LONDON, April 24. the {Despite profit-taking after law passed is 1360 was invoked C15lcn bjsse? than WES prev- there for months. against, RoberTinomrKon 35 chare- Icusly .supposed, seea intriasicaily j Russia objected to tLN.H.R.A.'s ed wth peeping win- unportant than the actual: "living off the land" restriction and im asd Canada: On Hewasbound Orendaals Rust. Soviet delegates refused to .vote on wr.nT.jhs a "dwTis before the Gsduld boreholes the issue, contending that it was a i every reason to "political question" outside iaosf w_o ,-o waiouK., ojjgpjjaajj P_R_A.'S i coatains the world's second bigeest. Meanwhile, plarmed only to the Rand; tentatively to reassemble delegates i Second Great War. i sen ed on embassy grounds. ENGINE T u N E Do it now there's no other service ope r-a- tion that pays stich big for little cost. In fact, it often pays for itself in the i t effects. Tune Up Regularly For U p Fuel Smooth Running Better Performance More -Power Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile Ltd. locations Chevrolet, Oldsmobile Cars; Chevrolet and Maple Leaf Tracks SACES AND SERVICE Phone 4055 for Service Gouzenko identified a document i sure bless the donors." them how to use it; and we may be tion are estimated at teas. early treaty with Austria a... wiia -distns as tae a the notebook: of four foreign ministers former military ai- as par: of an American campaisn' to piece the Soviei -nron curtairi" j across eastern Sirope. j The proposed treary would recos- i size Austria as an independent, state, penraz the withdrawal of the arinies of occupation and en- i able the Ausrrians to regularize their iniernational relaS EN. PROBE rrosa Pron: Page.) know irs value for human consmao- tion. Thtis com for hungry Surope and Asia must come maijy from the tarv producuoa. United States and Car-ads co-ordination He gives detailed information on all kinds of industrv_ Gives material daily. break, fanea to y stippors, and it was oe- I lievea tney trouid. not press for an immediate vote. ErSSIA LOSES 8-3 NEW TORS, Ann! sia by an 8 to 3 vote lost a bitter battle Tuesday to sake the Iranian case o2 the United Nations security council agenda and So-net delegate j Andrei Gromyko thereupon, grimly Good worker. Is !n connection with Ksster (J. S. Benning. muni- tions denartrnent officiaD" On another sheet the code name "Martin" (Nichols Zheivinov} form- er head of ths Tsss News Agency in Ottawa, was linked wiih "Smst." Cross-esaniined by defence coun- _ sei. Gouzenko read from the list of j i materials destined for Moscow the e I name and said that among the credited "to was a report on delivery of ammuninon to iias bushels from the clutches of black-marketeers. ir will have made a mighry contri- bution to the desnerate needs of the hungry millions. served notice that he would not dis- cuss Iran, again at a council meet- ing. a two-hour session j eight delegates sect their hands down when the cslleti for a TDK os a French, compromise nro- l posal to turn the matter over to the tLN. secretary-general for a re- port. I Bussia, who associated herself with ins Preach proposal in the fins] confused action, Poland and France the only delegates -rot- ing for the compromise. Russia's original demand, con- talced in a letter dated April 6, for elimination of from tise agenda immediately, WES BOS voted UOCZL The chairman. Egypt's Dr. Hafez Pasha, held T tiiat M. Gromyko's brief statement in which he associated himself with l ths .Trench proposal made a second vote unnecessary. With members of nis staff starring '.papers ia their bags and observers woncenng wneiher M. Gromyko would again out as he did j nearly a month ago. the Russian j delegate maae this statement: "In view of the agreement reach- J INVITE GORDON (ContJimea from ?Yont Pase.-) liveries, farmers sow are busy with spring work and. not being short of funds, are unwiiliiig to ship their cattle. Packers are gettine a few cattle at the lowered urfbes. presumably enough to keep "ths local "marks; suoplied, but most shippers seem to be" holding back, hoping for a price readjustment by Ottawa. George Caurch, prescient of the United IFamers of Alberta, urged action by Ottawa, contending that -'g- situation "does not the m-fre sense" in view of the existing worla-tviae food shortage. Alberta .snips large quantities of beef east and west, and Calgary butchers said they did not tbirtj-r any meat shortage would be felt in the because of its favored Trotsky's Book Accuses Stalin Of Lenin's Death total import requirements of the tons, allocations for met- French North been recom- tons. With indigenous production estimated at tons. ing and nighs spying, such as peeping through windows-" "lots of things are said about the laws of Sngland and some of them are out of date.- said Stipendiary J. R. MacDonald. -Bus stsmetuaes an old law is very good. "Here is a brought yp for, spying through people's windows, a I most disgusting habit. He is run in j because he hss broken a law which! was made in 1330. or nearly 500 years very good law." itsslf. import reomreaiesis tons. are NSW TOSK, April 24 Trotsky in a posthumous biographr of Joseph Stalin, published here, posed a series of Questions as To Gen. Sialin mighL have bad a hand in tee death, in 1324 of Nicolai Tj-rnn honored in Rus- Netherlands: TTith a recommend- ed allocauon of 252.000 ions a supplies available from Indigenous production of 89.900 tons, import requirements are ISS.GQQ toes. U.N.R.R.A. countries: To meet the allocations recommended for Yugo- slavia, Greece, Albania and Italy, il is estimated that tons will be needed from Cuba in addition to indigenous suunlies estimated at 170.000 ions. Of total exportable supplies in Australia aad Fiji, tons mas; be made available to meet reouire- in pacific ocean areas. In addition. aDprosimatelv 43.000 tons will be escorted, to Can- ada, during 1S46. Treasure Ship Had Hard Luck VANCOTJVS3, Anril bard-luck: voyage preceded bv seri- sia as the founder of the Sovjes Union. The_ boot asked these question, and did no-; offer or sunalv" a direct answer: "What was Stalin's role Et the time of Lenin's ilbiess? Did not the 5 disciple" do "something to expedite his master's It is s. mon- strous suspicion. Trotsky savs. "bus _ _ thar, canaoi be helped, when iz fol- i Vancouver with the problem of what coolie, in- Tokohama by a bos'tfs i climased after IS days z sea by disappearance of a. mil- passenger, has ended in position in iiaving a beei surplus. LESS 3IEAT THAN WTNNIP5X5, April ing houses here have less meat in storage in relation to the demand than they ever had, plani officials said today. There is no prospect that the pres- ent livestock: shortage will ease up for some time according to C. "S. Bain of the Dominion department of agriculture. lows from the circumstances, the facts and Stalin's very character." book "Stalin, an appraisal of the man and (Harper and Brothers) is published sis: years after Trotsky, Stalm's bir- ter political foe, was asssssinaiec m es2e in Mesico city. Troisky bad completed about; two-thirds of tne book at the time of his death but left an outline, cooioas- notes, and memoranda and partly-written from which the editor and V EVER transiater, Charles atalamcth, com- Pieted tee lengthy work. The chapter relates- to Lemns death 3s included in this latter section. Trotsky says snat when Ijenin was bedridden after s. stroke in De- cember, 1S22, he was "aflame with alarm" and that "cis chief source of worry was Stalin." then general secretary of the Communist tiarty- Lenin proposed that a way be found to remove Stalin from his position because be had concentrated great power in bis hands ard Lenin wasn't sure lie would use it pro- perly. Pre-War Jobs For Servicemen OTTAWA. April Mem- bers of the arrced forces who coine under ibe provisions cf the Hein- statement Act are entitled to pre- war job protection if they are dis- charged or nave appbed for their discharge prior to April 30. Labor Minister iQtcheli said Tuesdav in a statement- Aithough ibe Reinstatement Act, which gives members of the forces the right to return to their pre-war jobs, was a purely war measure, its terms were extended to provide pro- tection of the civilian emplovment rights of members of the interim force whose service was retained during the reorganization period. Claim for reinstatement in the civilian job must be made within three months of the time tJie vet- eran is discharged in Canada, or within four months if be is dis- charged overseas. Extension may be allowed if health of the veteran interferes with his return to civilian employment. to do with a creasure. Tbe treasure, in 25 big packing cases, belonged to Henri Bar. hesd of the Banque Pranco-Cbinoise. which, iias branches throughout China and irido-China. Bar disappeared from, the British freighter S3 Samwater. en route froES Shanghai to Vancouver. He was bound for New York, to seB pars of the world-fam- ous antique and art collection. Then be planned to retire, in Paris. Bar himself had said the collec- tion was -E-orta Experts say it is worth uruch more than that. Tuesday the collection was taken from the Samwater's bold by customs oSicials: will remain in bond sis months after he is official- ly declared, dead, unless someone flai-ris it meanwhile. SON TURNS NEW TOHS, April Claude Bar. -srno claims to be the only son of French banker Kenn Bar. now is en route to Paris from Toaquet, Prance, to enquire -what procedure he should, follow in order to claim a collection left aboard s. vessel off Vancouver, B.C MOVIE STARS IX POIJTICAI. ARKNA MOKE NEWSPRINT UtKELY THIS TEAR NEW YOKK. April The supplj- of newsprint in 1946 almost vrfll return to the pre-war lei-el 1941 and probably will that year's 3328.000-.ton figure, American newspaper aublishers irere told Tuesday. Newsprint experts a panel discussion of some 400 taembers of the American News- paper Publishers Association in its 60th annual meeting. EKCINO, CaKf., April Sieridan's hat is IE the oolitical ring. The actress wilt be a candl- ____________ date for honorary mayor of this i ARBITRATIOV IN umncorporatec community housing numerous film notables, at a yet- to-be announced, election. Her i BOX FACTORr CASE include Mischa-Auer, PhS Harris, Carmen Cavaliaro. Jim (Rber McGee) Jor- dan and the incumbent, radio mas- ter-of-ceremonies Tom Breneman. ALSERT. IM. _ FF 2 WARNING! Monmouthshire. England. April ters of a pub in Cnepstotir are warned by a sign: "A man is specially engaged to do all shouting', cursing and swearing necessary in this establishment. "A cog is kept to do all the fcarkiag. "Our chucker-out has had 75 fights and never been beaten. Ee is also a crack shot with the revolver. "The undertaker calls for or- ders every iloisda- morning." IMPORTANT DECISION CONNSERVHiE, led, AprQ 24. Cora Dugan was given custody of SnooMe fc her divorce from James rtogan. However, Dugatj j was granted tbe privilege of visions Snockie "at reasonable Snookie? It's a toy collie. Arbitration proceedings in the dis- pute over compensation to be paid John E. Mitchell for the Prince Al- bert box factory seized last Novem- ber by the Saskatchewan govern- ment -Kill take the form of an in- formal round table discussion in Saskatoon Wednesdav. C. S. Davis, K.C.. counsel for Mr. Mitchell said. The Saskatchewan government es- propriatec the factory after the alleged failure of Mr. Mitchell fe> comply with- an order of the Sas- kat-ehswan labor relations board to negotiate an agreement with, the of his employees. yUEEN MARY TO CARRY DEPENDENTS HAIJFAX Apnl liner Queen Mary is ex- 'nected to laake several trips to Halifax with dependents of Cana- dian servicemen starting in May, it was annouaced bere yesterday. No from its 4S member countries for a brief meeting here soon to hear a new report on potential food-relief supplies. It also was learned that Russia has been approached, thus far in- formally, to learn whether she would accept an official invitation, to join the" Combined Food Board. The United Stares, Britain and Can- ada now sit on this board, which controls allocations of available supplies from the three countries. Thus far there has been no official response. Consider Double Taxation In Budget OTTAWA, April Removal or sharp reduction In excess profits taxes snd action to zaeet continued objections to "double on corpora- tion earnings distributed as divi- dends are two fields of taxation expected to receive serious studr before the next budget is brought down. Just feow far the government b prepared to go on either of these matters is clouded by the usual secrecy aid it is not thought likely that the has yet taken definite form. PISCIPMNE FRANSFUH.T. Germany. AprQ 34 JossDh T. McNamev to- day ordered s. disciplinary crack- down on all American troops in Europe because "discipline isi cer- tain localities and commands ia this theatre has deteriorated to the point of discrediting the lice tier- definite dates were announced. formance of our troops in CANADIAN SOLDIER ____ SENTENCED H3AT5LET. Hamnshire, England April (OP. Charles Herbers TTost, 23, of "Winnipeg, a, member of ths Algonquin Regiment, today was sentenced to sis months' detention following a court mardal on three charges of vsing vehicles for private tise. Prost was arrested after an 80-iaQe-an-hour automobile chase at Pamborough, Hampshire. XWENTY KILLED IN I ATRLINES CRASH! GANGSTER KILLING SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTES purest form in wfo'ch con jmofced" TVOONSOCSST, H.X, April Joan Letendre, 6S. reputed horse-belting and race lacc style Tuesday and detectives pursued a theory that enemies mav have followed him from nonce. Mr. Letendre. promir.ent in Rhode island Republican politics for many years, was killed ES he diwe to- wards nis home, at a spot where he had to bring his car to a r.ear- j stop in order to a sbart) i turn. is expected to go to Vancouver. Record Lumber Cut Is Forecast OTTAWA, April lumbar cuj is likely to reach the record figirre of feet this year, an increase of feet over the 1345 cut, recons3nc- tiori officials predicted. "Barxins labor difficulties there will be enough lirmber to keep up with supplies" of other building ma- said an official. "MEDICAL TREATMENT YOKOHAMA. April Japanese practice of burning Al- lipd prisocers of war was just medical treatment. Micbii" Ishige testified in 'Yokohama his war crimes trial. Ishige, at er commander of Kawasaki prison April Airlines system announced last i night 20 persons were killed in tfae j crasa of a Taca Airlines Diane Mon- day near jUbertad. 50 miles east of Managua, Nicaragua. Taca. officials said only the pilot and co-p3ot es- caped. Both, were thrown "clear of j the wreckage when the plane crash- ed and burned. MENTIONED IN DISPATCHES OTTAWA. April headquarters today announced the award of mention in djsDatcbes to CpL Harold Nelson of Winnipeg in recognition of services performed wbile a prisoner of war in north- west Europe. NBWAKS. N J_ April taxi driver was held fay police today on a charge of hitting a passenger I over the head with a stick and j knocking out his right eve. The; broken in the al- tercation. PREPARE WELCOME FOR MCSKOX MEN EDMONTON, April Harry Airlay said todavbewascon- ferring with Reginald Rose execu- tive secretary of Edmonton Cham- ber of Commerce, regarding: plans for appropriate civic recognition of the Canadian Army's Muskox ex- cample an American corporal, who i; has "'e -11 -aaa-r- been testified died from the bums. DEGREE FOB ALEXANDER MONTREAL, Alexander of Tanis, Canada's new governor-ireiieral, receive an honorary LLJD. decree at McGill "Cnirersity at a, special convocation May "22, PEOBE WINNIPEG SLAYING April 28- year-old inother, held as a material j witness in the slayms of Johann) Winnipeg taxi-cab driver kUied last March 31, told a cor- i orjer's jury she had fled from the cab that night when another pas- senger attempted to molest her. Johnson, she said, had ed with the other passenger. Law- rence Deacon, 33-year-old war vet- eran, wbo has been charged with the murder. The body of the cab driver was found on a lonely street in nearby Tuxedo, his head crushed by an 18-Inch bolt. CELEBRATION" TORONTO. April Despite Steve Nerilic's explana- tion that "we are Yugoslavs and alwavs have a big celebration at a he was firmed or. a charge of illegal oos- sessior. of hcuor after police testified 1.241 pints of beer, 18 bottles of rje whisky, two boi- Ucs of ?in and 129 quarts of homebrew beer were found ia his cellar. EXPORTS LOWER OTTAWA, April Canada's domestic merchandise exports during Harch totil'ed S17R 377.GOO, compared with in March, 1945. tiie Dominion Burean of Statistics reports. There is little in common between Omars primitive brew and the superb blend of coSees now known throughout the world as Maxwell House. For Maxwell House is the result of an expert blending of Latin-American finest the produces. This glorious blend is Radiant Roasted to develop ihcjull flavor of every coffee bean. And because Maxwell House has ex'.ra Savor and extra rich, satisfying body, more people buy- and enjoy it than any other brand of coffee in the world. Tie tantalizing fragrance and mellow-rich flavor of Maxwell House add pleasure to any meal. Dinner -with Maxwell House Is something to bring a husband scurry- ing home! ;