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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION WeatKer CLCAK VOL. 115. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1946 7MGES When Two Flyers Collided SPLIT LOOMS AT OTTAWA Aboie photo, rushed by air mail, shows rescue work and wreckage folio-Bring one of the worst railroad disasters in American history on Thursday. Burlington's crack "Exposition Flyer" crashed as full speed into the rear end of stalled "Advance Fiver" at SaperviUe, 111., 29 miles west of Chicago. Ownership of Pacific Islands Will Affect Empire Defence Big Four In Brisk Talks About Italy Russia Makes Claim for Mandate Over Tnpoli By ROSS MUNRO (Canadian Press Staff Writer) PARIS. April Cable) Bis Four foreign minis- ters have fit down io business in a 352-hour meeting, reach- ing an agreement on the test of the preamble for an Italian peace treaty and hare decided to set up a committee of ex- perts to go into the controver- sial question of the reparations which Russia claims from Italy. This is not spectacular pro- gress, but it is considered rea- sonably good. Several big" roadblocks ahead, however, in the f disposition or Trieste. there are still believed differences of opinion council, and on RIB claim for a mandate i er Italian colony of point, however. of R.C.A.F. Leaves Service Deny Split Provinces Are In CounselNot Agreed Nazi Trial A1K A1CE MARSHAL McEWEX MONTREAL. April Air i Vice marshal! C. IT. (Black Mike> McEvren. C-B-. MC.. DP.C-. o'j one of Canada's best known figures in sir wars and highly active in peacetime R.C.A-F.. j Lawyers Promise Not to Spread Propaganda During Hearing B" NOLANJ> NORGAARD NUERNBERG. April for all defendants on trial btiote the iaienvtioual military tribunal joined today in an emphatic dental Ujat there was any split ataonj; them, aivl pledged themselves ao> efforts to spread Nazi or aati- propaganda, daring the trial. A statement. to which all German lawyers involved have Mifcxcribed. declared that re- purls of "important disunity" were false. Ontario and Quebec Opposed to Giving Up Tmx Rights But Prairies and Favor Pic IB Be Separate o The ceiual foilo-Acc charges aired {Bv T'Arcy Canadian Press Staff ITAWA, April the government may attempt to reach ments with some of the provinces if it cannot ___ CAIRO. April Prime Minister Siaky Pasha GERHART said today he expected "no argu- j ing" on Egypt's demand for evacaa- veal and lamb. I; was tns fusi m 21 I Friday was to IS13- -scecsr history that a Derby play sr j At that" time there court's week. i decssjor. :rs favor ol the man who At take is an estate with an In- he is the resurrected rajah. come o' 'S-Mo.OOOt a year. The raiice. Srimati Babbabat! j Devi, claims her husband, the Rajah Ramendra Nara_.an Roy. died and was cremated sa 1909. The Ihe rar.ee decided to bnn_j the Saai appeal. j t Tn S Up 1 O man who claims to be the rajah Food Obligations sa_re that as the torch was toucned to his funeral pyre, a monsoon squall, RPGIX 27- broke. scattering the mourners The J.'G. Gardiner said m sudden down-pour revuea hsm ana here Friday trial" hs slipped down from the "isras" the onlv "countrv in I cSVol" UP t0 "Itt 3IAGRATH FIRE TK-XDIXG CO. ihe of Friday afternoon a fire occurred in She section of have wiped on! a larse area. Prompt by the Masrath Tradins Company eitinsuished th< after aa torpentioe barrel had been exploded. Tbe briy-de promptly in controlling the tire. Tbe damage was ATOMIC ENERGY VNDER PUBLIC CONTROL _____ LONDON. Apnl hishlv placed -orernraeat said iodajr thai Britain all it< atatnic under public control, completely elirainaim., private enterprise thai fieid. A brinr c cnder .rablic wwncrslup be pubissbed next soarce sad. HARVESTING AGREEMENT CONTINUES OTTAVV-V April i3jtcrnauon.il a-retrsssent int the exchanse eC labor and rquiparent between C and the Cniled states will m effect asfajn this the dfpartraTOt announced todaj. plans were ia effect the war. The plan covers ths cf such eqotpment 3s rrstcrs and combine reapers between the prairie prcrfScei adjacent CZECHS CHASE VKKAINUN A ;o the United Nations re'.ief ar.d rehabilitation He further claims that MS dnd military region were cancelled i'Samwater's hold: by for 12 unti! he re- verdict Because of thi hs would not ad- son of Henri Bar was French-Spanish oist to asset pobcc in whai were described as and commitments in supplying food raiders from rural of eastern Mot-faa, aa official announced todaj. _XAO Jiil_V j a lighthouse, another into a library person A mpmber of the crew nad THE LEFT HAND (Continued on Bacfc Page.) route from Paris to Vancouver to lay police Henri Bar said was wear- claim to the fortune in the teakwood ing the jade necklace.! around his I boxes. where Spaniards have alleged there 1941 that the present defendant is considerable activity. Communist-inspir- I ts the Rajah of Bhopal. Thd claimant of the rajah's vocate stricter rationing even if the harvest in Europe WIHI below aver- age. HEADS SOl'TH CKEPnr ASSOCIATION CALG April H. was elected presidtnt of the Socth Alberta division of the Canadian Credit Men's Trust Association, IJmiied, for the year ending March 31. at the (rronp's annual meeting held here Jhis week. DUTCH TO CARE FOR CANADIAN GRAVES THE HAGCE, April Minister J. Meynea, inaugurating a. national committee for the care of Allied war graves in Holland said yesterday that Dnteh families would take care of graves and correspond with relatives of the fallen. On memorial next Is May NEWSPAPER! iWSPAPLRl ;