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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE La Goardia Sees Wheat RoD In CLQCA2C, Minn, April Eighty trucks bearing bushels of grain, rolled into this tiny Red river valley town today as United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Director-General Fiorella LaGuar- dia stood in farm wagon and ap- pealed to America's fanners for wheat to fesd the world's hungry. Mr. LaGuardia, accompanied by Clinton Andersen, secretary of agri- culture, made a natioc-wide radio address in which he said the specu- lative side of wheat marketing must be wiped out if the farmer was to be protected. "We should have the saie of wheat and not the fictitious ssleof Mr LaGuardia said. The grain industry is entitled to insur- ance but call it that and not wheat sales. "The time will come when we DEWITT MacKENZlE SAYS Stricter Check On Americans In Europe drastic remedial measures. It's de- 1 cil appoints a sub-committee of five j cidedly good news that he has tak- J of its members and instructs this en vigorous action. j sub-committee to examine thes Gen. aicNarney's blunt designs- j statements made before the Secur-" tion of the offences which have; uy Council Spain, to brought about tuis bliuatics prob- receive further statements and ablv will shock many Americans al- i documents and to conduct such in- though there has been plentv of! quiries as it may deem necessary such a serious deterioration of morale and discipline among Am- f erican troops "in certain localities and commands" of Europe 7 Gen. Joreph T. McNarney has; NO CUKE WHOOttNG COUGH April (Reuters) Mrs. Morris Steinberg of Glasgow today toofc her baby daughter on an airplane ride, including an nose-dive, to cure the child of wbcoping cough. It cost her ft n is not yet known the ride cured tile ailment. Italians Move Other Corpses Lethbridge Air Charter Granted MILAN .Italy April coffin containing the body of Mussolini's Mistress, Claretta. acci. left intact when the cce-time OTTAWA. April Duce's body was snaJchexl j station Howe annouaced days ago. has beea removed from a traEsport board GRADUATE AWARDS ARE ANNOUNCED grave in a Milan cemetery, it was announced today. So have the coffins 01 two fascists buried ia adjoining of AchSlie Starace. former secretary- general of the iasiist party, and I Barrucu, a minister in i Mussolini's last cabinet. These two were snoc by partisans near Como a year ago tomorrow. TO HAI.T GHOULS Presumably the coffins were re- moved by the authorities to prevent) ticipatioa in black market activities, drunkenness, a high absent-with- The resolution stated specifically out-leave rate and other discip- linarv infractions, an excessive ven- ereaf disease rate, and a complaVi- ins attitude toward constituted f authority The main fears "were that, If the deterioration In morale spread, it I sub-committee vrace powers to de- _ s_i_4. ___ __ ___ a ___ j_fl __ __ and hfvar Inoulrv is it was the duty of the council not the sub-committee to what should be done about ranco Spain. Col- Hodgson pointed out. how- tfae Pfoposal gave Uie might weaken American determina- tion to see the long term of occu- patioa through, and that the Ger- mans might lose resoect for United States authority in the Reich. The only things to which the peo- pla cf the Fatherland respond read- ilv are force and stem discipline. The moment discipline is relaxed, they relax with it, One unsavory aspect of the slump I morale is that it been ac- companied by a slump in .morals which has resulted in much frater- nization between American soldiers and German women. There are few things calculated to do more damage to American authority over the conquered Hitlerites. It isn't surprising that Gen. Mc- Narney recoros an excessive ven- ereal rate. Germany is full of venereal disease, arid so are many other narts. of Europe for that mat- ter. What" else could be expected when Hitler deliberately encouraged. immorality in order to breed more soldiers. TOKYO, April D H. Jerinlngs, an officer of the Allied headquarters economic sec- tion, reiterated today that the United States is not removing valu- able metals from Japan. He had been asked to comment on a Pravda (Russian) dispatch, that Americans were "confiscating" gold, silver and other property. HOMES FOB TEXS CALGARY, April re- solution, urging the federal govern- to establish, an urban housing scheme for veterans on terms simi- lar to the small-holding scheme the veterans' land act, was endorsed and recommended for the approval of city council, when the jveterans' affairs committee met [Thursday. where and how the inquiry is to be made. His new proposal be- gan by saying that the council noted the "moral of Spain made in the Security Council cebats here, at the United Nations meetings in San Francisco and at the general assembly meet- ing in London. JtbSSIA'S STAND Andrei A. Gromyko, Russian dele- gate, summed up Russia's stand Thursday with the declaration that evidence already put before the council left '-no doubt that the Fascist regime of Franco, as it ex- ists at present in Spain, is indeed a. serious danger for international EDMONTON. April new graduate awards have been established at the University of Al- j Krta. G. B. Taylor, secretary ef he committee on scholarship and irlze a-A arcs, announced today. A scholarship to cover the cost of uitloa of women graduates at the school of social service at either versity is being offered by the Quota Manitoba or British Columbia Uai- iiw_WWl club. International District No. eas- (jj Bologna. Applications should be addressed f to Mrs. L. H. Cobbledick, 10540 136; Edmonton, by June 15. Award will be made oa the basis of aca- demic record and financial need. Bursarv of to a woman grad- uate of the 1945 class for post-grad- aate work at the University of Al- berta or other universities is being given by the University Women's club. Preference will be given to ex-service women. Applications should be made to the registrar of the university by tJuae 15. has recommended issuance of li- censes to two air transport com- panies in British Columbia. He said a license has been approv- ed for the Kamloops Air Services limited to operate a non-scheduled charter Cuzcisercial air service carrying passengers and goods based at Kamloops. and another to cen- tral British Columbia Airways Lim- to operate a similar service bases at Prisee George St. James. B.C. Many In In Wttt DAYLIGHT TIME" STARTS ON SUNDAY the fourth annual convention of the league ia the Masonic Temple today. XAMES SUCCESSOR NEW DELHI. April fReu- Abul Kalam Azad. a Moslem, nominated Patdit Jawa- harlal Nehru to succeed him as president of the All-India Congress when Dr. Azad's term of oSice ex- pires this month. "ENEMIES" From the first smooth-flowing brushfui to -the last, Marshall- Wells Quality Paint dresses your home in fresh new beauty. Sold by Stores and Dealers fContlaued from Front Page.) lieve, the first foreign troops since LaFayette to stand beside our own armed forces-in expelling the enemy from American soil. "'The secretaries of war and the navy have been requested to in- struct their commanding officers in Alaska, to forward to the United States collector of customs at Juneau from time to time lists of the Canadian units stationed in Alaska, and covered by this desig- nation'." Turning to the Canadian-Ameri- can border, Mr. Claxton said it is miles the incorrect customarily referred to by most after-dinner speakers. "And every incii is undefended." he added. CANADIAN WINTERS COLD He related this story of a border Incident in an address To service clubs (Kiwanis) of Ottawa- and Ogdensburg, N.T. "The tax assessor's office had to decide on wMcli side of the United border an old lady's newly purchased farm lay. Sur- veyors finally decided it was just inside the United States border. The old lady smiled in relief. Tm so glad to know that', she said. Tve heard that maters in. Canada are terribly severe'." Threatened Burn Children's Feet SIMCOE, Ont.. April Two men were taken into custody here earlv today, two hours after Mrs. Minnie Millmine told police two men entered her nearby Wind- ham township home and threatened to burn the feet of her two small children with lighted cigarets un- less he gave them "a lot of money." Sirs. Millmine told police the two fled after obtaining some S170. from Mrs. Millmine and from. William McCabe, a boarder, who was struck in the face before part- ing irith the money. The children were noc harmed. Names of the men arrested were given by police as Jack McQueen, of Vancouver Charles Barnard of Toronto. CANNOT COME TO SPAIN MADRID, April W) The controlled Spanish press, commenting on a proposal be- fore the United Nations Securi- ty Council to send an inves- tigating commission to Spain, said today that representatives of nations troold not be allowed to enter this conn- fay. BRITISH PUBLIC URGED SAVE BREAD LONDON, April The biggest peacetime publicity campaign ever undertaken by a. British government department opens next Wednesday when the ministry of food wiE flood Britain with appeals urging the public to save bread- Travelling exhibitions, films and broadcasts will be employed. Nine million handbills have been pre- pared, and hundreds of thousands of posters. It is estimated that reduction in size of the standard loaf from two to IS. pounds announced vesterday will save in government subsidies. BREAK WITH SPAIN SOFIA, April 26-WV-Bul- garia broke off political rela- tions today with Spain. Spani- ards in charge of the legation here were asked to leave Bul- garia. ATTLEE'S DOUBLE PARIS, April (C.P. Spectators watching the arrival of :he Big Four foreign ministers at :he Luxembourg Palace Thursday were startled when a man appear- ed among the delegates who was the image of Prime Minister Attlee of Britain. For a fevr minutes, some were certain that the British, prime minister had suddenly come to the critical conference. How- ever, the-man turned out to be Pierre Andre, a senior Paris police GAHMISCH CHEN, Germany, April W> A United States army coap- lain reported today that 78 per cent cf the American soldiers he had questioned at this re- creation centre, said they frat- ernized with German girls. Chaplain Anders S. Lunde. declared of the soldiers who said they fraternized. 41 per cent declared they beiieved the Germans were guilty of war atrocities. Thirty-five cent of the soldiers questioned said Ger- many was "their favorite coun- try" "in Eurooe because It was "clean" and the penple are "am- bitious. industrious and honest." Sixty-three per cent said they thought the Germans could be educated to take their place in a democratic world soTfemment. Fifty-one per cent. Cant. Lunde said, declared they did not understand the part they, as American troops, were play- insr in the Allied occupation policy- _ German Claims Beaten by Yanks NUESN3EEG. April 23. W) Julius Stretcher, bis angry words rushing in a high-pitched torrent, asserted todav that American sol- diers had beaten and mistreated him. The bulky defendant made the charge almost as soon as he took the stand in a Sght against charges of being a war criminal. "Drriag my internment. I have been treated in the way tae Ges- tapo have been accused of acting. John. tog body, the St. John Ambulance j Sydney. Association. Montreal. Sher- Senior honor of promotion to. brooke. Three Rivers, commander went to Maj -Gen. L. R. (April LsFleche, Canadian Ambassador to Greece. Included in these promoted to of- Saskatoon. Prince Albert 'May 13, if by- law for dayligfei time Brfcish Columbia Vancouver. R.A. De L. Harwood ard 3lrs. j "Victoria. Nelson. Nortb. Vancouver. Beatrice Martin, both of Vancouver.; West Vancouver, Bursaby. Rich- Serving Brothers appointed in- j mend. Powell River. Nelson, Oafc. eluded- Br S- Kaufssaa and A- W.! Bay. AHbright. Edmonton: F. H. Bates.; North Vancouver. B.C.; Charles i Wharton. Nariateo. B.C.: K. J. j Quarry, Hegina and James Sisters appointed inclad- j ed Miss M. E. Spencer-Smith. Mir- ror Lake. B.C. j S Rhine COMMUNISTS VS. SOCIALISTS, CANADA HHINS ASifT H3A3- QUARTERS. April (Heuiersj 1 Viscount Montgom- ery who is leaving for Britain sen Thursday where he shortly "rtS up his new duties as chief of the imperial general staff, todsy bade VANCOUVER, April 26 David farewell to the who bad Lewis of Ottawa, national C.C.F. i foughs with him from. Alamein. secretary, told the conven- throwgh North Africa, la Italy tion of parry's British Columbia. in western Europe. He addressed section last night thas "the chips j the aiea at a simple ceremony Js- are down and the gloves are off in side the courthouse as Bad Oeys- political for .socialism, is. j hausen. ais smy headquarters. After recalling she victorious bat- tles of his men. Lord ilontgoraezy thera "today some things may not be aitogeiiicr_esactly as Canada.' The national secretary warned against what he termed "the disnip- tive tactics of Canadian Ctxnma-. acd critlzed the Mackenzie we would like then. "King Government and "Idealist He charged the "major purpose of the Communists in Canada has always been to harnpsr the C.C.F. from within If possible and frees without. In any cose." Mr. Lewis asserted "the the anti-Semitic publisher testified. "I have been beaten and chained engaged in the commonwealth prime ministers consultations in London which opened this week. ATO3HC WARFARE WttL NEVER START EDMONTON. April 26. METERS AT CHURCH Tomorrow Johnny Angel and Rhythm Roundup CONSHOHOCKEN. Pa_ April met- ers in front of St. MatheWs Roman Catholic church wcuJd be "an affront to re- ligion." the Rev. Joseph W. Kavtaugh ioW the town council last night, "It's a sad commentary pn this community if a person has to pay to enter his he said. The council voted to amend its parking meter ordinance to exclude church property. TODAY BOXY TECHNICOLOR ALEXIS SMfTH STARTING MONDAY FEATURE TIMES 2.15, 4.35, 7.00. 935 SHOWING ytDAYS ;