Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, APKIL 25, 1946 __________ Increased Food Contributions Far From Meeting World Requirements THE LETHBRIDGB HERALD PAGE THREE By C. R. BLACKBUKN I "WASHINGTON, April C" through the co-operation of Can- ada. the United Kingdom and the "United States, the amount of cereals made available for April allocatioa to the United Nations Rebel and Rehabilitation Administration has been increased to tons, lar short of the toes estimated ininimnm requirement, ii was an- nounced "Wednesday. Fiorelio H. LaGuardia, direcror- the States and Canada as soon, as new crops are harvested in he latter countries- Countries which will receive the _iulk of U.N.R.R.A. wheat, are Po- and. Yugoslavia, Italy, Greece and teneral of said K far short of -desperate needs." He commented it "ras apparently the best he could expecs. and thai. K be distributed as efficiently as possible among Europe's starv- ing. Clinton Anderson, secretary of agriculture. made the announce- ment af ser a special board meeting and forecast, that United States efforts to get more American wheat off the farms, coupled with further efforts by other producers, might mate a better showing possible in the next three months. A major pau of the ISO.OOO ions to the original estimate of apparent at the beginning of April, came from the United King- dom's to have 200.000 tons of wheat en route to that country diverted to more needy areas." CANADA GETS MORE Of that total U-NH.R.A. -Kill get 60.000 tons. Canada is providing bushels of oats and OOO bushels of wheat additional and now is shipping an additional of oats nreviously pledged to UJTJIJ1-A. but held up due to thiopins difficulties. In addition. Britain is negotiating barley- wheat exchange with e third unnamed country which would make more than more bushels of wheat available to U-JT ILR.A. The board's staiersens said that he' countries, such as India. Bel- gium and South Africa are in as desperate need. RAIX XEEDEJO The day produced these other ood developments: 1. A United States weather bureau report that raia is needed in some sections of the greas plains wheat bels. 2 The president of the Chicago Board of Trade. Harry C. Shaack. told the senate agriculture commit- ee that the government stepped nto the black market when i; of- fered a 30 cent per bushel bonus to gej com off farms for the famine relief program. 3. The U.S- is plan- ning to gei back into the butter market in a week or so to buy a vear's pounds for the armed services and military hospitals. i Don't Have Jumpy, Jittery Nerves 22 years have been fcelpfcs to bcHd tired, nervous mea. children dssed by a of Vlta- .3. and D and essential jniaerals. To traTcK doubly sare yon ses fnll of iiealtoiul Vsiajnia A and properties contained In McCoy's Tablets. tablet also contains the essential your body to obtain beaefii irom these vitaroins. CHnical research proved ihat vita-nins better in the presence of minerals that's why yosi should insist on Mc- Coy's the original acd cencine McCoy's JTibiSti. Soil at aU dras stores on money-back The supply Britain Is diverting to areas will be replaced by DEWITT MacKENZlE SAYS Iranian-Soviet Problem Shadow On World Peace HAMILTON MURDER PRELIMINARY TRIAL May Be Strike In Lumber Industry TORONTO. Apnl Prob- ability that the month of May will be the crucial period la employer- labor relations across the Dominion and that a strike in the British Co- lumbia lumbering industry is likely to set the pattern for Canadian Congress of Labor Union demands, appeared last night from state- ments of delegates to the two-day C.Ci- wage co-ordinating committee coiJerence. Speakers at the conference em- phasized that the whole labor move- ment is behind the Internationa! Woodworkers of America, after Srn- est Dalsko. secreiarv of the Cana- dian district of that organization, stated "It is nossibie we may be out on. strike earlv in May.'" HARD COAL STRIKE? NEW April A threatened country-wide strike of AJF.L. railway express agency workers was .sidetracked "Wednesday but; John L. Lewis gave broad hints he would make demands for the United States' anthracite miners similar to those that led to the soft coal shutdown- Major- developments on the Amer- ican labor front, where the number on strike or idle in allied indus- tries stood as about were: _ 1. President set up Russia's refusal to acoepi the majority decision of tise Omted Katioas Security Council to retain the troublous case on the agenda, coring osi top of qrevious evidences of noacoaiorni- ity. is causing worry about, tne future of tiie peace organization and is casting a iihadow across the oi Big Four minis- ters as ii assembles la Pans today to tackle the toagh problem of framing European peace treaties. The Question in cupIOKtatic circles is what chassce there is of accord among the major powers if one of them refuses to play bail K luces the way the game is going. Differences of viewpoint, muss be expected, of course, bat if any one of the paramount big three decides to play a nand. in deiiaEce of majority opinion, there can be no unity. The harsh corollary to this is that without, unity there can be no peace. Russia's direct-actioais- methods as announcing that she will: boycott any further dsscussiori of the Iranian case because she doesa's agree wUh the is inspired by her belief that. Britain and the United States are trying to stymie whai she regards as her legitimate ambitions. There has been a hardening of attitude of the western allies recently towards whai they regard as excessive 'Ambition on "the pars of the Some'- m the expansion of its zones of in- fluence. Is Russia a Menace? The crux of the matter naturally lies in what, really is in. the minds of the 3ig Three. Is Russia right in her belief thas she is being un- justly hampered? Are the western allies correct in viewing the Soviet's undoubtedly rigorous expansion, of her zones of influence as a. menace to their interests and to Interna- tional peace? Or are both sides harboring un- warranted suspicions? The answers TO these key ques- tions mav be delivered with a bang at the Foreign Minister's Confer- ence. That will be all to the good if it forces show-down so that each of the pwers can learn what the other fellows have in mind. Mr. and Mrs. Donald parents of Mrs. Evelyn Dick, who UK Geneva Office For Europe Urged Grim Details of Hamilton Torso Murder Are Bared at Preliminary HAMILTON, Ont., April der cases the TOST accused sat Rrst official police admission tJiasj most aad afeorea no they have in their possession ifJias sign of eaaodoa la yOtasaaf they beiieve are bones frora 'Joz dock. missing portions of the body ot They rose as one to Bv JOHN M. HIGHTOWS3. WASHINGTON. April the bia-po-ser deadlock over peace treaties. This was learned from persons familiar with all detaCs ot the pro- posal. They said that some of Mr. Byrnes' top advisers in the state widow. Lean Dick, her mother and fa'fter, Mr. asd Jlrs. Donald iiaclaesa. and William Bonoziik. 27-j-eaJ'Did steelworker. a- soli: over the plan and 1 Throughout a haaseK has not a scow of ir to it. Bat he their testimony perhaps -be sacst are jointly charged with their daughter and William Bohoziik for the murder of John Dick in Hamilton, Oat. GOLD BRINGS WHERE MONEY COMES FROM I new proposal shortly before he lefsS Washington. Tuesday. He had dis- i- on several occasions with advisers -s-ho favcr particularly Dean undersecretary of DENNIS O'KEEFE HELEN WALKER "Rochester ANDERSON! GAIL 5PATRICK The Showboat Fan Show RIVER BOAT RHYTHM Stars LEOX ERKOL emergency board, under provisions of the Railway Labor Act. to inves- tigate a wage dispute between the Railway Express Agency, Inc., and members of the Brotherhood v and Steamship Workers who iiad set a strike for Friday. George M. Harrison, union presi- dent called on the locals to stay on the job until the emergency board submits recommendations. 2.- John Lewis told an anthra- cite scale convention at Hazleton. Pa. that contract negotiations for United SEne Workers would be successful only if the oper- ators did not assume the "same at- faVptt llV "sITlPfi ous fields. 3. General chairmen of the Bro- therhoods of Hailroad Trainmen and Locomotive Engineers convened at Cleveland to decide whether to ac- cept a presidential fact-finding board recommendation for a 16- cent-an-hour wage boost and changes in certain working rules or to call their members out on strike. 4. C.I.O. pickets hurled rocks, stones and scikes damaging 14 auto- mobiles when 50 carloads of super- visory and clerical employees sought to penetrate a. picket line at the strikebound Stmson aircraft plant near Detroit. Xo injuries were re- ported. Test New Type 'Chute at Shilo Daylight Time Is B.C. Headache VANCOUVER. Apnl ish Columbia appeared doomed, to- day tt> a five-mcnth daylight sav- ing time headache. erriiTiCT" time this week-end next week while adjacent; municipaliies will re- main on standard time. This will confuse those living in one and in the other. Some cus and steamship services plan switching to daylight but orhers serving the same areas will stick to the regular time. The praser Valley and interior areas, except for Nelson, are con- tintunsr with standard time while generally the Greater Vancouver and Victoria areas will make the change. In tte latter case excep- tions will cause complications. Esouimalc and Saanich, adjacent to Victoria, and New Westminster, in suburban Vancouver, have not de- 3 daylight. OTTAWA, April released by the revenue depart- ment showed this picture of where taxes collected by the department i in 1945 originated- j The difference between Individual and corporation income taxes; and the total was made up of taxes on dividends and interest, excess pean The new plan for a European h a arouo representing economic social council ich would be known as the Sviro- an economic Under this i profits and succcession duties: Individual Tax Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia........... New Brunswick...... Quebec............ Ontario............. Manitoba Saskatchewan...... Alberta British Columbia Yukon.............. Head office.......... 36.867.765 Corporation Tax 630.623 93.923 I would be organized agencies to i handle fuel and power, trade and! i indus-try, sransportxition. arid food. These four would absorb the present s Euronean coal organization. the T' j emergency economic administration jor Earose. the Eureoean central inland transport organization and whatever food machinery now exis-.s. Geneva was suggested as the site 23 because housing :s available there -i358125'> at the headquarters of the oid League ot Nations.________ 71550 j Total i Legion of Merit "ANNIE" STILL TICKING I.OXDCX. April Cable.) German delayed- action bomb continued its menac- ing ticking late tcday in. St. James' Park, 350 yards from Buckingham Palace. "She's nos very steady bus she's still there." said a colonel of the Royal Engineers after listening to the occasional tick-todc of the mechanism of the half-toa projec- tile. "Annie." as the bomb has been christened by engineers, has been buried deep in the ground for five years. The mechanism suddealy came to life last night as bomb disposal men worked to remove the missle. Urges Veterans To! Stand on' WASHESTGTOJT. April Evelvp Sfac- j driver husbacd oroughs cut tae grua details of a murder that has shocked ihis city. i Throughout the loas. stuffy in the tinv courtroom the isagistrate hearrf witnesses tell of ideaufyiag Dick's torso, saw mcsi of his felocd- stained as crown one bSood ca the cad bees March 5, the dav Dick was last seen alive. There was testimony from two indicating o? good feeling between IXck. and his father- P3ECE5 OF BONE Detective Preston related how, in the basement of the Carrick avenue house where Mrs- Dick lived with her mother he found a basket of ashes which on examioatlon. yielded what were believed to be pisses of human bone. He up a object a UtUe bigser than half a dollar said "this might a portwri of skuIL" is was entered as a crown exhzblS- i Cf other. smaller he testl- fled: Ther might be Sngerbonas." the police recovered teeth from. i the ashes, i DECAPITATED? W. J. Deadman. Hamilton patho- i legist, said the only apparent cause of death was decapitation, that rsw i bullet holes in the ap- i parentlv for bullet; entry. :he other 1 for have caused death. __________ j TZR remains were Sacaes i LONDON. Asril j :ong. the neck having been severed i Mass migration of population; i through the larynx so thai vocal Britain's congested cities M eevr chords exposed. Ee gave towns scientifically planned j these dimensions of whas was lef I and living is foreshadowed 5sy or limbs: upper nghJ arm. four ODENTDALLS HCSTT. Africa, April There are people in Idecsiaal- rust. scene of what is reptwd to be the world's richest gold strike, who do not want yse gold that lies beneath its SUP- face. and who do not wast so see their little village turaed into another Johannesburg. Ose local inhabitant said: "We don't want sold here any- more than Ooni Paul African nickname for Presideac. Krueger> wanted it in Trans- vaal. "Gold brings trouble. GoSc. brings a city and money, hunger and "We don's wans it." Govt. Planning New Town Sites 1 diari officers for services performed TORONTO. April I co-operation with American ans Affairs Minister Mackenzie in. a statement published by Varsity. undergraduate newspaper of the University of Toronto." said it is a misconception to think that she government should completely un- derwrite the rehabilitation of vet- erans. Those who are no lonser In the sutSmissioner for defence in thfsime_way as those in G. Letson, C.3., Ottawa, former chair- i mas of the Canadian join; staS P here and a; present secretary to i the governor-general. Viscount Alex- j ander. j Maj.-Gen. W. W. Poster, hardlv i Vancouver. Cariidian special com- 1 in Man., April Tests on a new tvoe of parachute will be conducted at nearby Camp Shilo for two weeks by a party of United States and Canadian ex- perts who arrived here today. The oarachute was described as a "Baseball" type. The U.S. navy ciaimed this type of parachute help- ed complete the secret enterprise of the atomic bomb, Donald R. Saunders of Ottawa, one of the party, said. GERMANY ANT) ITALY LOST SUBS X, April German and Italian fleets lost submarines in the Second Great "War, the United States navy reported to- day in a. recapitulation of naval losses suffered by the Euro- pean axis. ARE DISAPPOINTED AT CONFERENCE RESULTS AMSTERDAM. April donesian negotiators, declaring that conferences with the Duieh govern- ment on Indonesian independence demands had been virtually with- out result, left; for Java tocay to report to Premier Satan Sjahrir of the unrecognized public. Indonesian re- SOLUTION OF INDIAN' PROBLEM NOT EASY Now- sweeter, tastier bread with FLEISCHMANN'S FRESH them pubUc employ such as the present armed forces, he said. Tne state- ment was a. leplv to a bnef sent of sponsored by Lewis SJkin. of town and country planning, and the biU !s enacted, the It, appeared a saw had been vs for dismemberment. carl ilac- _ magazine which contained a story ciscours- jaia, I tog: on ihe methods of istar will be able, in coEsiiitjitlott I bodies such as _were with, local authorities, to choose a i abortion sawing off of site for a new town, which roas- be arms and legs and the burrus? of ?d in close liaison with. United States forces. Air Vice-Marshal George E. How- sain, CJ3- 1LC-. Ottawa and Cal- Torocto University. i gary. former chief of No. 4 training Mr "Mackenzie wrote that married i command a% Calgary where he wori- student veterans who are not living j ed closely with American northwest 37-CENT HORSE IS REAL PAT-OFF "WIKNIPEG, April (Cf.) Gift, a horse -which purchased by Sgt. Scotty Kennedy of "Winnipej for 37 cents and paid off to the tune of S2.000 by the 1943 Winnipeg futuritv, still is pay- ing off "for its owner. Frank Kflror, Winnipeg: racing: stable owner, has paid for an expected foal of Omar's Gift "dead or alive." The mare is due to foal 3Iav 12. with relatives or in special low-cost j forces. Air Vice-Marshal projects and whose wives i is now in civilian life in Begina. are-not working are subject to such Air Vice-Marshal Thomas A. Law- expense that "it is coubtful if they rence. CJBJJ_ Edmonton, chief of 1 will be able -to comolete their the northwest air command and courses." j closely associated with American. "What the thrcuzh their jerry operations on that route, renresentatlves in parliament rave i Air Vice-Marshal Leigh P. Stev- agreed to do is to assist a veteran.' ;o complete his education." the min- ister stated. "It is 3. question of hew much, assistance can be given." The government would keep in mind the point of view of veterans' groups. TOTTTH DRESSED AS GIRL FALLS 30 FEET- HURTS His PRIDE SEATTLE, April 3U1 Lawrence was straining to open his paint-stuck hotel window and when is poaped open. Biil nopped out, falling 30 feet to the sidewalk. The only things hurt were his ankle and his pride, as he reflected on how "the boys will sure rib me about this." By nrofession, Lawrence is a painter of high buildings. CHOIR TO SIXG IN CONSTITUTION HALL WASHINGTON. April The Daughters of the American Revolution have let down, the bars which had kept negro artists from. appearing in its Constitution Hall here in the past and announced yesterday that the Tuskegee Insti- tute negro choir would sing here June 3. SHEFFIELD. England. April of the pro- blem of providing India with a con- stitution reconcilable to the de- mands of all parties may take locger than originally anticipates! A. V. Alexander, first lord of the admiralty acci a member of the three-man cabinet mission to India says ir. a letter received here bj his political agent. SLEW POLITICIAN BY MISTAKE WOONSOCK5T, BJ-, April anonymous letter asserting that the wnier slew John P- Le- tendre 63, widely known Republi- can politician and race track direc- tor, by his intended victim was the operator of a bingo game which was ruining nis home received today by the "Wcon- socket Call. "I killed the wrong man." the letter began. The ALBERTANS GOING TO____ FOOD CONFERENCE CALGARY. April S Plumer, Bassano. chairman of the Alberta VTheat Pool, toll leave on Monday for Europe, sailing May with most of the other Canadian delegates to the world "Primary Proa-jeers' Conference- to be held in London May 21 to 31. R. H. M Baiiey of Bdmoaton. president o the National Dairy Farmers of Can- ada, is also one of the 10 official j delegates froni Canada. enson. CJ3.. "Winnipeg and Vancou- ver, chief of western air command who was associated with American forces in operations m that area. the area of an existing to-s-n. j the various parts. he will set up a development cor- poration consisting of deputy chairman and up co members, which will call in. to plan the town. Put Out Flags On Hitler's Birthday THE HAGUE. Holland. April j authorities have arrested the German cornBifltmer of j a minesweeper in the harbor of Ret- terdam who pus out Sags last Sat- birthday. The mander. in charge of one of of German vessels clearing fields off the Dutch coast, she j Sags had been "washed aaci up to dry." He will go before a court martial. TO THOSE WHO SUFFER WITH fhe misery of PILES If yaa. ssffar try trrsmricaE with of a rdiaHa Sjra to rKiasd tSae cart f thiy Srst package if jwi WESS THEATRE AAVARD ET BRITAIN RJUF. LEAVES ICEIAXTJ REYKJAVIK. Iceland. Aptal LOVDON April Hcyal Air Sttrce James Mason. British film star who will leave Iceland curing Use flext gave notable performances in "The i few days, li was learned Seventh "The Wicked Lady" Icelanders are taking: over aorniJi- and "The Man In Grey.' won-the _______ first national film, for out- iad failed to register for selective' standing acting ever presented in So.- Mario Del Gardo. 22. told police ie had wom women's clothes all his life except on two occasions. He was arraigned on a charge that he had failed to register for service. Del Gardo told police his Britain. tattle of Efea-tfcnd fej and on> as direcMd. Roul is on trcatncnt tcedr- u direcaai to the msoval of of yotir piioi. I: ii 3. small soils am qiuckiv abcwo. Itccis? aaci cess am rexSerwi. paua mbsidai osd 35 it is continiud liw awrilicx aiai ia- stro reduced ffTyj vw Borw, paia- ftd tumors beal leavinz the rocad Get s The award is the silver mothsr had preferred a daughter j star" statuette, presented by to a soa. and had dressed the youth j Dailv Mailr which sponscrea as girl from, childhood. I contest. _ _ the tne.i TEACHERS PRESS FOR IN CALGART CALGARY. April O5 Alberta Teachers' Association, re- presenting more than 6.000 teachers in the province, went on record at its closing session of the annual Wednesday man.- tr.e leuer general meeting here Wednesday paper gave tne missive to Police iavoring the establish- faV-crar I; J CT- _ C. Turcotte. Chief SOAP LONDON. Aprs! Brothers and Limited, one j of the world's largest manufacturers 1 of soap products, announced today the organization of a new Sirm, Unilever Export Limited. The parent i concern now operates plants in I Britain, the United States and many of the larger countries of the ment of a branch of the University of Alberta in Calgary, and urging that a second year course la the faculty of education be included. FIRST STEEPLE TRAGEDY so easy to bake delicions, smooth-textured loaves if you use Heischmann's active fresh Yeast. This fresh yeast is futt-strengtb. It goes right to work to help you get best baking results every time, IF YOU BAKE AT on Heischmano's active fresh Yeast. The cake with the familiar yellow label! favorite for over 70 years. Two former Edrnor.toniars, James j Grahum and Kenneth Abbott, have j been arrested at Vancouver in con- nection with a safecracloBg at the Thompson ar.d Dynes office in Edmonton Tuesday, when in cash was taken. PORTSMOUTH. Va, April project of repainting the steeple of a church here, which has fascmated. a considerable portion of the Portsmouth citizenry during the past two days, has produced its first casualty. Clarence Luke cran- ed his neck to watch the steeple jacks at got cizzy. fainted. j Smaller Loaf In Britain MADi IN CANADA LONDON, Apnl government tonight an- nounced a reduction in the weight of the standard loaf of bread frcai two pounds to pounds, without any alteration in price. This, it was stated, would save 12'4 per cent of the flour used in its manufacture. WINNIPEG MAX ROBBED WINNIPEG, April S? masked bandits held up and robbed John Baoski of Winnipeg of S2SO early todiy after him on the head with a blunt instrument. He received treatment in hospital for a head bruise. istranon of the Beykjavik airfield, cuilt by Britain during tSc: About 60 B-A-F. technicians be i left behind for some tune to assist j in operating the airfield. of today mKt for.jotasdf na eas7 wmy this vo aa of n3e TlM> spcucwr of is <0d. rdubla Sna bwimes in for o-er 31 ymrs. Hera-RoSii moat hei? jimt aoooyine ymntfmi pile comStioB do it qmcklr. wailr or raff test of thU atteeeisftl joa nothatf. Trr U todxr- GREEK FREIGHTER AGROCND NEAR N.S. HALIFAX. Apnl O Greek freighter Alfios ran aground i on treacherous Sable island, 170 miles off the coast of Nova Scotia, late last night and was still held fast today. The Halifax-bound ves- sel was not reported in any im- mediate danger snd her captain i and crew refused to abandon tneir ship. ROXV FAWOUi DLATEftS tHIMRE FRIDAY AND SAT. of life-real stars ana Stmtt of rsiirade matysis to see! of dsiignts !o make bagh! j'r Tfei iMff giganife aninial feat j.'f J or fey, or jwni! t.t lot ths Uson3 ADDED SHORTS BUGS BUNNY in "HARE REMOVER" "WITH ROD AND OCX IX NEWS SECOND FEATURE JEWS PA PER I NFWSPAPFR!