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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta .WEDNESDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGB HERALD PAGE THREE Claims Threats Made To Gestapo Officer, Witness At Nuernberg Trials By RICHARD KASISCHKE. .Field Marshal "Werner Yon Blorc- April f berg's marriage. Justice Robert H. Jackson of the "Goering said Schacht was ex-) United States told the international jpected to speak about this thing" miUtary tribunal today that threats Stahmer declared. "He said then had been uttered: "in this court- room this morning" against Dr. Schacht. former Reichs- Announce Dates 'Varsity Exams EDMONTON, April registrar's office of Alberta Uni- versity disclosed today that results of final examinations in the facul- ties of divinity and law -Bill be an- e school Two Committed In Baby Slaying HAMJLTON. OnU April 2 of Claims Accused Slapped Soldiers, Also Helped Them Unable To Explain How He Hurt EDMONTON. April H. Cormier of Wildwood, 60 miles west of Edmonton, now is in hospital) Some ILS. Floor IffiDs Already Shut Down By Wheat Rationing here suffering froza internal in-1 _____________________ WINNIPEG. April J juries, but so far has been unable! IL-MJ that CSM. H. U Deane of to tell nolice how he received them.! REVIEW CANADA'S bank president, and a. Gestapo officer who was about to testify, j The" American prosecutor's as- sertion threw the courtroom into turmoil, jus; as the Gestapo officer, Kans Bercd Von Gisevius, attempt- ed to testify. When the witness mentioned London. England. had slapped sev- eral men at roll call in the prisoner- of-war camp at Oeyama. Japan. was given today as the flrst wit- nesses were caUect at his trial before He bv a f rat ic wood and Norihnlle. Mr. Cormier had beta walfctcg frosa Wildwood to Northviile. five miles away. It. is considered possible he was the s non air 'in halted temporarily Gisevius was present.' told the groups announced and lists of successful court that students will be posted in the arts Stahraer came tu him and saia: building after the meetings. "listen. Goenng has the point 01 s view thac Gisevius can attack him j as much as he pleases bus if he i attacks the dead Blombeig, then J Goering will tell things about conversation he had overheard be- I sehachi and several things against tween Otto Stahmer, counsel for Schaehs, that will be dangerous.'" Hermann Goering. and Rudolf Dix, counsel for Schscht. Stahmer leap- ed to his feel protesting. He objected to testimony con- cerning a "private conversation." but Justice Jackson intervened to say: "This incident reported to me and I think it important, that the tribunal know of a threat against Gisevius made in this court- room this and the defendant Schacht." Avoid Marriage Evidence him Hoodwinked by Hitler Gisevius began lashing at Goer- ing from the tame he started tesu- fying. He said he had not intended Public Ownership For All Wireless LONDON, April steelnorker and former Leander club oarsman and. while Mrs, Dick sat with him in the prisoners" doci her father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Donald waited _ ____ court appearance with them en the to mention Von Blomberg's mar- j The go'iemmenti proposed todav to i charges of the torso slaying last act which caused Hitler operate the world-wide Cable 'and j March of Mrs. Dick's husband John, {a general court martial here. j Deane faces Sve charges of as- j victim of a traffic accident, c sea sauli on Allied soldiers at the cai where he was orderly sergeant. At court opening today, on advice of counsel, accused refused to plead and the court then entered a plea of! Bohozuk Is charged jointly with dark-eyed 26-year-old Mrs. Sielyn with murder of infant Peter White MacLean. The crown moved to proceed sep- cn aj charges, arately with the babv killing charge I counsel J. J. against tne burlv Bohozuk 27 a I had claimed Stahnier then told the court he had discussed Gisevius's impending J defence of his life before the inter- appearance ac the trial witn Goer- national military tribunal by sub- ing lass ifighs and that Goering was mitting documentary evidence sie- Jatent on keeping out of the testi- signed to show he had been hood- mony any reference to the late I winked by Hitler. to remove the field marshal as j Wireless Coaipanv. LtdL. on a maxi- mimster of war in had j oausn of one shilling planned to speak of other matters involving Von Bloaiberg- The court ruled that Gisevius should proceed with has story. 'Wilhelm Frick. declining to take the witness stand, earlier began the Close Election In Philippines MANILA, April Sergio Osmena claimed today to have forged into the lead for the presidency of the Philippines on unofficial returns from Pampanga province, where two of his staunch- est supporters were killed and a third wounded by three masked men. Senate president Manual Rosas rolled up a lead in Manila on the basis of unoScial returns from 541 of the city's 571 precincts, but Osmena headquarters claimed the nresident led in Pampanga province alone by No Sguies were available for per- ennial candidate Hilario Moncado. One Osmena spokesman said the election might be so close that the outcome- could depend on returns from an isolated province so remote ;t received its registration, forms a. month after the remainder of the territory had registered. At Bacolor in Pampanga three masked men shot and killed Edil- berto Joven, 62, president of the Pampanga Democratic Alliance, and Ricardo Joven, 20, his son. Edil- berto's brother, Francisco Joven, 55, was wounded. The Alliance strongly supported Ohmena. The dynamic Rpxas awaited the outcome in seclusion, having scur- ried into hicoag last night on re- ports that an attempt would be made to kidnap him. FIND BODY IN PARK Alta-, April police-led search warty yesterday recovered the body of William (Bert) Brodyk. 23. of Edmonton, more than six months after he had disappeared from a canoe on stormy Astotin Lake in Elk Island National Park. CUT DOWN ON TAKING LAXATIVES THIS WAY How Regular You Cart Every Morning Try taHag Carter's Fills this-way: Start with 3 and set a definite time every morning. Whea you get regular every laonung cut down to 2. After a few davs, trv 1. Then try taking Carter's aery otter day. You may even find you can keep regular without any laxative. Ton see. Carter's are so tiny you cut down the 3 to fit the needs of your individual si'slem. 'Without disappointment. Carter's help dean out your intestinal tract not half way, but thoroughly. They IKS doubly effective because made with two -vegetable herbs compounded prop- erly for thorough, easy action. Thousands can cat on laxathre dosicg this Carter way. Ask for Carter's Pflls by name to get tbe genuine at any Start the Carter grad- uated dose method tonight, and jump out of bed tomorrow rann' to go. No Comment On Wheat Price Rise OTTAWA. April Of- ficial commens" was available im- mediately here tocay on reports, EO; earned by The Canadian Press, that the government has decided to increase the export price of wheat possibly to 51.75-S1.85 a bushel with a corresponding increase in the do- mestic price. Trade Minister MacKinnon re- turned to the capital this morning from western Canada, going first to a meeting of the treasury board and later to a cabinet meeting. Mr. MacKinnon charge of wheat marketing, while Agriculture Minister Gardiner, now in the west, tins charge of production. The current export price of wheat is a bushel and the domestic price LAUNDRY MARK O.K. BUT (about 33 a word after the company is brought under public ownership. A white paper and a bill to nationalize the company, published, today, said the government later intends to set up an Commonwealth Communications Board to operate services in the Commonwealth and Empire and to the United States. Under terras of the bill. of the company's shares of common stock with a par value of each would be bought br the government, which would Issue government bonds to pay. The remaining shares al- ready are owned, by the government. Amount 01 conipeniaxiuti Tor the stock would be decided by a three- member board. The Recommendations These are the recommendations made at a, 1944 meeting of the Communication Council and now about to be put into effect through the Commonwealth: 1. Private shareholder Interest in the overseas telecommunication services of the "United Kingdom, the Dominions and India should be eliminated; 2. The respective governments should acquire the Interest of Cana- dian and Limited in the Dominion and Indian comoanies: 3. The new type of organization should, if possible, be uniform, as among all the Commonwealth coun- tries; 4. A Commonwealth telecom- SHIRT ON WRONG 3IAN.: aiunications board should be estab- a 40-year-oiti bus driver. The body of the baby, encased !n cement in a suitcase, "was found in the course of police investiga- tion into the torso murder last March of Mrs. Dick's 40-year-old husband whose headless limbless body was found March 16 on the Hamilton mountain. Bohozuk. Mrs. Dick and her mother and and Mrs. Donald jointly charg- ed with the brutal slaying of the former Hamilton bus driver. As soon as coarnwual on the babv murder charges had been made the wown attorney. Harvey P. McCul- iocb, proceeded with the torso kill- ing charges against Bofcozuk. CASE HISTORY The hearing in camera, held In the juvenile court a floor below the regular courtroom, was apparently concerned with statements tne crown held to be unpuhUshoble until admitted to evidence. Neither Bohozuk nor Mrs. Dick showed any sign of emotion in court. Bohozuk. if anything, seem- ed indifferent as he sat in the cock, nattily dressed. FIND BABY'S BODY Largely this morning's hearing concerned the finding of an in- fant's body in a handbag encased in cement and the whole inserted in a suitcase which police found in the Carnck avenue house where Mrs. Dick lived. Dr. W. J. Deadman, pathologist, testified to removing the baby's body, held up a cord which he said he removed from. Its neck and testi- fied one leg. the left, and a foot court jurisdic- Son Will Claim Orient Treasure mills, but sources the food industry believe aay geserai pinch in bread supplies may be weeks in coming. WASHINGTON, April Canada's proposal that flour export permits from the country and Cnit-d States be suspended and reviewed in the light of the -world food emergency may be passed upon oi; the: an- i nounced he would coi ..pply to a superior civil court for a wri; ofi VANCOUVER, April 24- to prevent the court I Somuon of the proolem cf ilosi bakers have three or four j aa, an meeting of weeis supply of Sour on hand, these i combined food board scheduled for sources acd the full eSec; of j ioday. the government's seis- order for a 5 This proposal, which might one-fourth slash in domestic Sour i Ters the equivalent of w> production wiU not be feli whiie j bushels of wheat these reserves exist. less urgeat destsnaoor-s to The American Bakers association where the Eeed is has been predicted a bread shortage, spotty before the United States govsra- as the start, deperidiag on the- 3cur men; nearly a vreek. f supplies cf oakers. Some i The combined food board, martial from hearing the charges. Raymond E. Bronson of Kil- lamey. Man., a member of the Win- do urith a oollec-Jon of jewelry acd Chinese- art objects dumped in their lap by the cisap- j bakers have a reserve supply suf- bers cf irhich are Canada, the unit- wha: to Scieni for three or fcur weeks. ed KicsiKn and Crsswd Ssates, nipeg" Gre-iadiers. told the court of i pearance _ of Hecr. Bar. the slapoing incident which follow- _ heac o. :he Sar.que ed some remarkk made in the cam? Cblnosse-. was solved today for Van- I couver customs offscsa-s. but. six times with said. slapped us approsiraatelr open hand." he Bronson said, however. Deane had heloed the men a lot when they from Pans disclosed son. Claude Bar. was en route from Touquet. France1. :o Paris to ascertain wcat procedure he should follow to ob- were forced to -aork in a Japanese factory near the camp. Sometimes he would take over the work of a sick man and him rest. tain Increased Wheat For Relief Areas WASHTN-GTOX. April The combined food board announc- ed today it has increased the April allocation cf wheat and other cere- als for United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration from 363.000 to 460.000 tons. Piorello La Guardia, director- general of 17. N.R.R-A. promptly termed the allotment, for U-N-R-R-A. supplied countries far short, of the "desperate needs" of famine threat- ened areas abroad whcse minimum needs he estimated at approxim- ately tons. The food beard, composed of-re- presentatives of the United States. Great Britain and Canada, delayed until Monday sn announcement of allocation of wheat, to countries other than those being supplied, by BUZABETK. yj.. April police-laundry mark identification systein worked perfectly yesterday in identifying the owner of a shirt worn by an unconscious victim of an auto- mobile police still are trying to identify the in- jured Tnan Police found that the shirt was owned by Harris of this city. Hams, in perfect health, was atHhe door of his home to meet police. Yes. he said, it was his but neither he nor his wife knew it was even missing. Police now are trying to Identifv the auto victim by fingerprints. SIAMTOBA PtUMBERS GRANT WAGE INCREASE "WINNIPEG, April plan calling for an hourly wage of increase of 10 ap- proved by the Manitoba branch of the chaster plumbers and heating contractors at tbezr annual meet- jug here Tuesday. The proposal will be submitted to the regional war labor board and the Manitoba fair wage board for approval. PASSES UP HAKEM "WORCESTER, Mass.. Ami! 24. An American lieutenant Trho passed up a Zulu princehood and a, palace with a harem, of 13 wives. was home today to the "best wife in the world" and his young son. Lieut. William G. Patterson, who s offered the royal post for unit- ing the tribes of Moros on the island and creating an Islamic Congress, arrived Monday and draped royal Moro costumes over his wife. He said the south Philippine island harem didn't impress him. NO COAL FOR TT.N.R.R.A. WASHINGTON, April Director General Fiorello E. :La- Guardia's plea for coal for TJ.N. R_R_A. failed to alter the bitu- minous smke deadlock. K. C. Adams, editor of the united iline Workers Journal, said in a state- ment that, the miners "possess no authority, legally, financially or otherwise to order resumption of production. The miners don's own the mines." U.S. IN MOURNING DENNIS O'KEEFE WALKER JUNE HAVOC EDDIE "Rochester" ANDERSON mi PATRICK MISCHA Showboat Fnn Show BOAT RHYTHM LEON ERROL WASHINGTON. April 67) The United States will go into of- ficial mourning for 30 days for its chief justice. Harlan Piske Stone. President Truman late Tuesday directed the flag be flown at half- mast on government buildings for t the period in recognition of Jus- j tice Sione's "eminent and varied services as a public servant." listed with functions mainly advis- i were missing from the badly decorn- ory in character bur substantially wider than those of the Common- wealth Communications Council now existing. Muskox Tourists Soon at Nelson EDMONTON, April The Canadian army's Muskox expedition will reach "civilization" sometime this weekend, when it is expected in Port Nelson, B.C., first link- on Alaska highway. Lt.-Col. J. D. Cleghom, base commander, said on Wednesday. The force of 10 snowmobiles cross- ed the laard River by night to avoid the slash of spring thaw, and now is pushing its way southward from Simpson. 960 miles from Edmonton. Fors Nelson is 600 miles from here, and will mark" the last lap of the 3.100-mile Arctic trek that began Feb. 15 in Churchill. PREPARE FOR UNITED CHURCH CONFERENCE EDMONTON, Apnl To prepare for the Alberta conference of the United Church in May. about 75 mernbeis of the church presby- tery from. Fort Saskatchewan, Jas- per. Leduc and Edmonton met yes- terday at Bissell Memorial church. Rev. E. G. Trunbull conducted the meeting in the absence of the presbytery chairman. Rev. S. H. Binisail. New chairman elected was Rev. T. R. Davies. pastor of Highlands United church and former army chaplain. He will take office July 1. Rev. A. B. Argue, Edmonton, was re-elected secretary and Rev. H. D. Mclnnes, Jasper, was elected statistical secretary. NTLONS FIGURE IN JTJRY BRIBERY CHARGES posed remains. From the pace of this morning's proceedings it appeared unlikely that more than the baby Rilling charges would, be disposed of today with preliminary hearing of the torso murder charges, for committal to the fall assizes, probably tomor- row. Report Oil Show AtDeWintonWeB The Hoyalite No. 1 well at Winton has a showing of oil, it is reported. Unofficial reports state tnas both porosity and oil satura- tion had been noted. A drill-stem test was made Tuesday. The well May Resign From Education Group EDMONTON. April" representatives of the Alberta Teachers' Association serving on the provincial government's board of teacher education and certification may resign from the board, in pro- test against the cabinet's decision to limit the training of teachers handling certain grades to one year. bottoms at feet. Montana Oil Montana operators during '45 produced bbl. of at the field once worth S10.04S.755. The field price ranged from 85c for ihe small production at Franme, to S1.35 for Cat Creek oil out of the Ellis. For the 21 producing zones, in it was" learned today. The education department has five representatives on the board and Alberta Uniiersity five, but it was considered unlikely these mem- bers. all civil servants, would resign. Despite reports the teachers' rep- resentatives may resign, no word from them has been received from Dr. W. H. Swift, deputy minister of education and board chairman. DISTRICT AGRICULTURIST TO SEED GROWERS GROUP EDMONOX April C. Wood, district agriculturist at West- lock since 1S35. will resign May 15 to become representative of the Seed Growers' Association in the district it was announced todar. He joined the Alberta agriculture de- partment in 1S25. ana was stationed at Hanna for several years. No .trui me producing in v 19 fields, there were 12 that quaii- successor has yet been appointed. PROMI3IVE HEN DETROIT. April _ fence Attorney William G. Fitz- i Patrick todav as'-ced for a mistrial! in the case of Prank Lobaido on the grounds he had heard that "the police department; had given each luror a pair of nylon stockings." Mr. Fitzpatnck also asked per- mission to question each of the 10 vomen and four men jurors about the matter. LobaJdo is charged, with raping and slashing seven- year-old Rosalie Giganl. Recorder's Judge Gerald W. Groat overruled the mistrial motion and refused ilr. Fitzpatricfc's other re- quest. Judge Groat said he also had heard the rumor. fiecl for the 35c OPA subsidy and nine that did not get anything extra. There was per cent. of the state oil that Qualified for subsidy for a total that made the verv nice sum of SSI 1.857. The largest amount paid to any field was Kevin-Sunburst, where j tne field price was SI.IO and they obtained on their output of 1.899.- j 449 bbl., the nice subsidy of S664.317. j Pordera. S90.625 ar.c Cat Creek's i upper sand production. were the only oils that got in the 1 money for five figures. Field price on Pondera oil was and upper Cat Creek sand was listed at j the Ellis sand production in Cat Creek, as mentioned, was rated at i and did not get subsidy. These figures are taken from Montana Oil Conservation Board report. "I investigated as soon as T heard of it." he said. "The nylons were not given the jurors. Each juror paid for Ws or her pair of nylons. CALGARY, April B. trlncr- were obtained by Police T. Chalmers of MillarviHe, is look- ing for great things from one of her New Hampshire hens when it grows up. At the age of months it has produced two man- size eggs. Or.e of taeni measures eight Inches in circumference the long way, the other 7% inches, and both of them inches the short way. HERE'S NEW WAT _____ TO POISON WIFE HARTFORD, Conn., April 24 of having at- tempted to poison his wife, Rose, by sprinkling arsenic on lemon "pies baked for her Thanksgiving cav dinner, Louis Chiarizio was convicted and sentenced to serve three to 12 years in prison. Matron Mabel Dreyer." IN VICTORY PARADE LONDON. April Cable.) save transport. Canadian tol- diers. sailors and sirraen already in the United Kingdom will be chosen 10 represent the Dominion in the narade to be held in London June "8." R.C-A.F. headquarters an- nounced today. The announcement said there -will be 150 from army. 100 from, the RC.: A.P.. and 50 from the Roysl Cans- tiian Navy. Marion Holman To A.T.A. Board CALGARY. April the elec- tion of officials of the Alberta Teachers' Association on the closing clay of the association's annual gen- eral meeting here today, Marion Holrnan of Diamond City was chos- en to succeed William A. Hea of Lethbndge as representative of the southwestern district, while J. R. Johnston of Medicine Hat was elect- ed district representative from i southeastern Alberta, succeeding j C. Ansley, will be the gen- I eral secretary-treasurer. 1 AH other official? were re-elected. H. C. Melness of Grande Prpjrie to remain president and Dr. H. E j Smith of the faculty of education at j Edmonton, to continue as vice-pres- ident. j COMING CROSBY The Bells ofStMuys Y TIAVttf WU.IAM OA1OAN HEAD GRANDS PRESS FOR. UNIVERSITY CALGARY, April cials of the University of Alberta I will be informed by Hon. R, E. Ansicy. minister of education, that accommodation is available at- the Institute of Technology art build- on the North Hii! for the for- ff, August 65, j m Caj_g_. farmer acd trapper this district, for whom a search had been con- ducted sir.ce Monday, was found j dead yesterday on the bsnk of Bear Creek, southeast of here. He Is be- lieved to have suffered a heart at- tack. mation cf a branch of the university CREDIT UNION CONVENTION EDMONTON, Apnl 24. About 150 delegates from various parts of the province will gather here Friday and Saturday for the UNIQUE INCOME TAX CHARGE VANCOUVER, Apnl 24. Oj Maxwell Garraway was charged in police court Tuesday with attempt- ing to evade income tax payments before he filed his returns, believed to he the first time such a charge has been filed in Canada. Garra- way, president of the Capital Bed- ding Co.. was charged with omitting to enter material particulars m the records of his business "in order to i ROXY TODAY AND THURS. on of tne measure, held others reported less a week's' expected to announce today tha supply. i definite recorameiaiatJcss it Trill Some baiacs predict- make for easing the starvatfea ed the curtailment of bread prcxlsc- threa; us Sarope Asia, and to tion would DP- fe'i almost nursed- give a definite statement to P. H. iajely. with tne bakers spreading LaGuardia. director-general ol their Sour reserves over the enare Nations and Iteiabsii- period of shortage. j nation Administration. smrr SOME MILLS i NO SHORTAGE HERE The Miners' National Federation; OTTAWA. April 24.-----GoTers- reported that numerous raills mens officials said lass night c order limiting APR! production to 75 per cent that of April, 1945. Bar disappeared from the Samvraier Apnl IT. four days GUI of Vancouver, and lef; the valuable collection aboard the ship. It is suspected he may have been wash- ed overboard during rough wea- ther. Charles Claudon, French coiaul- general here, was unaware Bar's son was stii! alive. He said j he had previous information tha.j the son hae been killed during the! war. 'That solves the problem." sa_id j_________ ______ Claudon when he was told cf oy spring thaw; a.-new enemy. overseas dispatch the} the 10 snowmobiles missing man's son. Are Puzzled Three men who knew Henri Bar and have spoken to him said that thev had been given the Impression by "Bar that he had only one son and thas son was killed curing the Second Great War. The three men were Charles Claudon. French consul at Van- couver who once knew Bar in China; Capt. F. Howe of the Samwater from which Bar disap- peared April 17 while on a voyage from Shanghai to Vancouver, and Major R. P. H. 3aird. TT.NJim.A- officer in Shanghai, who was a .te of Bar's on. the Samwater. MANITOBA ASKS P.O.W.____ FOR BEET FIELDS ceased grinding Sour for domestic, believed no bread shortage Ttili re- cossuHipuoa and that others would" suit -in Canada from recent steps halt similar operation in a day or i to increase gram shipments so two. These miils had reached their j starring countries. under the new government! Commenting on report frora. Chicago thai a shortage of bread may be felt increasingly in the nexs few weeks, authorities pointed ouS tha; the one-fourth cut in United States domestic Sour production waa hardly comparable the Canadian reduction of 10 per cent Jrom 1945 supplies allowed for domestic mill- ing. It was recalled that at the the reduction was announced in Canaca las; March. 17, Prime Min- ister Mackenzie Ting stated that co shortages were expected w re- sult. Spring Thaw Hits Operation Muskox EDMONTON. April 3sercise Miiskcx's moving force bucked southward Mcnday towards the British Columbia provincial line and the Alaska highway. Moving: on from Fort: Simpson. N.W.T.. S60 miles from here, they aimed to reach the highway at Port Nelson. B C.. 60O miles frem JAP GUERRHJLA5 RESORT TO CANNIBALISM: MANILA. Apnl rendered Japanese army units la central Mindanao are eating tha Edmonton, and begin the lass major {bodies of villagers slain hi raids on lap of their 3400-mile Arctic districts. Hev. Sdward. Hag- that began Feb. 15. gerty. SJ.. Charleston, W. Trie moving force, travelling by {ported yesterday on his return father ;e slush of sprlrig from an inspection tour. 3 liard River Mon- j Haggerty said 151 villagers night to avoid ihe slush thaw, crossed the liard 3 dav. With teujDeratures ranging to I killed in SnrnaTao. Bukidnoa pro- 54 "above in she afternoons, ice injvince. since August by JapanesB the river was breaking up and the raiders, and that the bodies wera crossing was difficult. Sleds, carrying sail and towed by the snowmobiles, now j CUE up and portions carried away provisions for food. snow and mud. SERVE FOR MUTUAL GOOD WINNIPEG. Apnl j are being replaced by tracked trali- tofaa has asked the federal depart- ers. expected to prove more saas- menc of labor for 1.600-1.800 Ger-jfaciory for travel over the melting man prisoners of war to work in its sugar beei and grain fields this vear. Abou; 1.000 were employed last vear. The department has tentatively agreed to send 700 with an additional number if it can be arranged but all agreements are conditional upon the attitude of the British Government. Provin- cial agriculture department officials say that while the total need for farm labor cannot be determined NEW TORS. April G. Chandler, president of the Amer- j ican Newspaper Associa- tion, m a. speech opening the gen- 11 eral sessions today of the A-N.P-A.'s 60th annual convention, reviewed the war-time role of United States as yet. there was a distir.ct short- publishers and declared they would of stalled help in the livestock i be called on again "to inform and and dairving fields. inspire the public for mutual good-" PAT ON SLOAN .LINIMENT WARNERS' ADVENTURE OP THE CENTURYT annual convention of the Credit i evade payments cf taxes." The Union League of Alberta, of which j charge covered January, 1946, a Joseph Robiiaille of Edmonton is period for which taxes need not be president. paid until next jcar. I i SECOND FEATURE "A Sporting Chance" Jane Randolph John O'Malley ADDED SHORTS Bugs Bunny Cartoon "HARE KEMOVEK- "WITH ROD AND GCN IN LAST TEtfE TONIGHT DANNY MAYO in "WONDER MAN" STARTING TOMORROW JNEWSPAPOd ;