Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN THE LETHBEIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 27. 1946 MacKENZlESAYS Moscow Seeking Retain Control Over meat irhich required thorough study. We must look deeper than that, however, for the real reason and we stall be smart if we co- look, because a great issue is in-: volved. All other esplaaatioas rtofsrith- standing the real point is that Austria falls Txithin Moscow's pro- jected sphere of influeitee. In fact this little country is the last of tc.e central European territory which; Russia has indicated she intencs to tontro' in orcxer to round out her j proiecr. Everything eise has beenj brought snugly -aithin the security lines that runs from the great be enough. Some sucii might the ideas of the western albas. However, i: nrght be surprising if; Russia- joins in anything she leels Canada's Position As Belgium's fcer of draw- I EDMONTON. AprU 27 x firmlv within the So- United States and Russia are world's, two great major powers still April 27 the "T' -strong enougti to wage leave Canada is. which the FELLER DISAPPOINTS FANS .2. -r-r--i- -5- -i- Ace Drops Two of Three Games and dropped behind into York position as the Belgium of the North American consinem" ia any future j day man oort of Stettin on the north 1 to Adriatic on the south. The Muscovites naturally i be hapoy to see the Britain and their troops oat of Austria. Russia i then could advance her sphere of. I influence to the western frontier without hindrance For precisely I that reason there can be no with- draws! of troops unless all four aTies move out at ihe same time. By DSWTTT MACKENZIE Russian opoosition to the early framing of a treaty which would restore Austrian independence is lurcher evidence of Moscow's de- termination to carrv out the exten- sion of its sphere of influence in JEarope according :o plan. The objection was voiced by So- Tiet Foreign Minister Molotov at Ihe Big Four conference In Paris as the narlev was cau- tionsly getting raccer way. He said the nrooosal for an Austrian pact Continued occupation of Austria _ bow "was an unforeseen develop- sis placing a terrific financial strain" and if it is long she will be bled white. j Dr. Karl Austria's presi-' a few days ago suggested to, the oarty of American editors anc" visiting Vienna that the s occnoanon of Austria be ttamed ove-'to international troops under: U.N. He said Austria wantec; i a small force to srotect her fron-' tiers bar he thought would j t CANADA GIVEN AS EXAMPLE TO U.S. mDDITTCU I HAN chairman o: the nati DlvilluH. i of jj-e Canadian Institute of Inter- X. April (io an Edmonton club Friday. the United States Navy. H. G. chairman of the national WASHINGTON. _ _ Canada's proDcrtionately more gen-; Canada's position makes n evl- financil aid to Britain uas dent "there is HO nation on earth By JOS REICHLSH. .Browns, 3-2. Associated Press Sport Writer. third place Baseball fans were wondering to- Yankees and Boston Red Spx. me iv whether Cleveland i Yankees, victorious over 11-7, ana the Red oox. i-er Philadelphia Athletics uo from their second- to the top rung. Brooklyn Dodgers, leading Louis Cardinals by a half-game in their merry race for first honors in the National league, stretched a Hedlunds Reach Western Finals SASKATOON. April couver Hedlunds advanced to the Western Canada women's senior basketball finals wita "vrmmpeg 'Pegs with a 42-23 victory over Sas- katoon Ramblers in the second game of their best-of-three series here last night. Hedlunds won the first game Thursday night, 59-22. Third game of the series, an exhibi- tion affair, will be played tonight. The former bay wonder. was expected to notch anywhere be- "TOi-S UL-13.-It.iti iatU 4 -ed bv K. Alexander Smith with more to lose bv such a catas- tween 25 and 30 victories this winning stream to eight bj j J as aa argument trophe and therefore no people on has dropoed two of his three starts i over the tne icu-tn United States j eartn. individually and including yesterday's skirmish with i straight time, ll-J. _f _.k ___ pace Eighteen Calgary Scouts -srith a of Scouts from Montreal, other Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Recs Rupture Ended bv docton. 1NEXFEXSIVE. fcr SMITH MANUFACTURING COMPANY im OEH. j7 rifsroN, out. of 51.200.000.- approached his government 000. Tha amounts to almost one-, autumn to discuss the possibilities third of the pescmg Drorxisal al- j of military bases in Ice- though "Canada's population is less land on long-term leases. than 10 per cent and her mcomei ____------------------- is little more than Sve per cent cf ours. And Canada has closer economic ties to us than to Britain." j Senator Theodore G. Biibo iDem.. J Miss.) opponent of the loan, tern- i porarily interrupted his Slibuster-.' ing tactics aga-nst it. Sen. Bilbo.: who started a vote-delavmi soeech, Wednesday, yielded the 3oor after making an attack on Life maea-1 zme which had called liim the' senate." Taking advantage of .Feller's one had inning-. Chicago's Jce Haynes, who Ditched a steady game for the Sox, registered his sarst victorv of the season. 4-2. i i YANKS AND BED SOX TIED j First place in the American; league changed hands a hen Detr Yesterday's Stars njy The Associated Press.) Joe Grace. home ruli lhe a 3-2 victory- The Artfulness Of rs. Peter f Dave Perriss, Sox Blanked I Philadelphia A's six hits to Boston a 7-0 triumph lerry Moore, Scored but, darling, anv husband frill become cranky if he doesn' Ms Fort Garry FIRST MORTGAGE. LOANS arranged by our MORTGAGE DEPARTMENT To assist in ihs constrcctton, purchase or re- financing of residential and ccmraercial property. Monthly payment and other repayment plans at current interest rates. Ihs Company is an authorized lending insiita- Con under the National Housing Act Your inquiries given prompt service. Usual courtesies io all agents. THE MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HEAD OFFICE (Established 1387) TOftOKTO, CANADA Mortgage Loan Agents, Lethbridge E. A. SHARMAN AGENCY OWEN J. WOOD 1251-2nd Are. Sonth. 416-6th St. South "worst man in the senate." Sen. Bilbo said Henry S. Lace, atiblisher of Life, and his wife. Hep. Clsre Soothe Conn.) were a "pair of nigger lovers." Sergeant Enjoys Coffee In Bed Bv CONSTANCE CLARK2 XEVV YORK. Apni colocei asked, "cream and "No thanks, sir. I take mine black." answered the ex-sergesnt. resplendent in striped pyjamas and a vellow bathrobe. A white towel on. his arm. in the Josepa Snvcer, executive officer at Camp Kilmer. X.J., Friday gave former Technical Sgt. Bass X. Lew- is, 21. the I.OOO.OGOth Gi to go overseas frcm the camp, the works, while the ex-soldier lay back among pillows m his bed at the note! Astor. The works included oraage juice, bacon and .-eggs, coffee and a fat black cigar. suspicion's mate. Always "is an'uglv trait. Mother Nature. Peter Rabbit, was out. of scrts. i DUPOXT COLT EXPECTED TO IVIX CHESAPEAKE STAKES HAVRE DE GRACS; April one run and batten in another as Arcaro is 3ving" to) St. Louis shaded Pittsburgh 3-2. Havre de Grace Saturday to take Dixie Walker. in 1 charge of Foxcatcher farm's Kajnp- four runs with single and homer to j den in the S2e.SOO-added Chesaoeake help Brooklvn walioo Mew York I stakes, and if colt does as e- travel bv canoe from to Keloivna this summer. SURVIVE FLAY WATER. Surrey. Bat- land, April Jormer British open champions Henry Cotton, Alfred Fadgham, Reg Whit- combe and. Dick Burton among those who survived the flnt round of match play yesterday ia Joondon Star's golf tournament. the William Dupont Giants iervone expects inm Joe DiMaggio. very much out of sorts. In fact j to "do a weekend :passenger he -.vos in a bad temper. And it: f or acd lhe Kentucky was suss oecause tnere was a tor in the dear Old Briar-patch, a second to Ranch's big young Haboit who hac oeen Assault in the Wood Memorial in chased there -oy Recay Fox and Xevr a -s-eek _go -n9s who appeared to have mace up established tr1" mind to stay. Anyway he had i or" sho-i-n no signs of leaving. He kept j of 11 Three "vea- by himself at one end of the' Briar-patch and so far had kept out of Peter's way. But 10 Peter's wsv o; thinking anywhere in the dear Old Bnar-paich was in his way. The truth is Peter was jealous." Yes. sir. Peter was jealous. a pair of homers as New York favorite at the 25th running of the mile and a sixteenth. Chesapeake. United Party Loses, Rhodesia SAUSBITRT. Southern Hisodesia, April Hho- desia's United, party lost its ma- jority, in parliament in Thursday's general elections, it was announced iBSt Final standings showed the Unit- ed oarty with 13 seats, a drop of seven from its strength a.' disso- lution, and the liberals' with 12. The Hhodesia Labor party won in three constituencies and the South- ern Rhodesia Labor party got two seats. At dissolution the standing was 20 for the United party, eight for Labor and two members independ- ent. Vatican Expresses "Horror" Conditions LOrfDON. Anril 27. f.-F. The Vatican radio said night that 2.000 to 4.000 Germans die each week, amid "horror" conditions in camps in the Russian occupation zone of Germany. Throughout the zone, the broad- cas: children are stiffer- ing and "girls and women are being brutally raned." The radio broadcast what it de- scribed as "an eyewitness account of the plight of Germany's east." "The German press is nos al- lowed to mention the esrent of the suffering." the broadcast said. "The eastern half of the Eussian zone has been thoroughly plundered. There are not even seeds for the coming year." IK, FIND NEITHER BODY NOR JADE NECKLACES VANCOITVSP-, April lice said yesterday "that a thorough search of the SS from which the French millionaire bank- er, Henri Bar. disappeared on a ovage from. Shanghai to Vancou- er. failed to turn uo four valuable ade necklaces. The police said hey were also unsuccessful m their earch for Bar's boay which they thought might; be found tucked, a-say n. some cubbyhole on the vessel, WOOL- GATHEKEKS With about 15 per cent of the -vorld's sheep. Australia produces 2o >er cent of the world's -wool. Of course Peter aiaiit that. Jealous people seldom will admit that they are jeaious. But Mrs. Peter knew i; and i: tickled her. It tickled her so much she dicn': mind Peter's short tem- per. She found Peter following her about and waKhing her when he thought she didn't know it. At first this annoyed her. It annoyed her very much. Then she thought of something that made her chuckle to herself. s "Perhaps now I can keep -fiiiri home in the dear Old Briar-patch j sow." thought she. This was something she never had been able to do. Peter has what is Known as the wandering foot. Thai means that he wants to be wandering- about- So while he loves tiis dear Old Briar-patch just as much as Mrs. Peter does, he to slip away everv now and then to the Green Forest or the Cid Orchard or the Smiling Pool or the Old Pasture. "I our viator is ore of the handsomest Rabbits I have ever seen." Mrs. Peter would say. and Peter would chew rapidly on nothing at all and disagree with her. When she knew he was watch- ing her while pretending not to she would sis dreamily looking toward thac end of the Briar- patch where the visitor was stay- ing. Now and then she would wander in that; direction. Peter always followed. After the Black Shadows had spread dusk over the Green Meadows and darkness through the Green Forest, the time Peter loves to be abroad be- cause K is the safest time to be outside the dear Old. Briar-patch, she would hint thas he probably TTiisrfTig all the sprlag news by staying at home ail the time. It siniply made Peter all the more determined to stay a; home which, of course, was just what little Mrs. Peter wanted. If Mrs. Peter happened to slip KIN'G OF IRAQ TO VISIT IX LONDON BAGDAD. Iraq. April Feisal of Iraq, who will be 11 years old May 2. will leave for Yankees outslugged Washington j Senators 11-7. Joe Kaynes. White pitched the mighty Bob Feller as, Chicago White Sox defeated Cleve- land 4-2 London at the end of May ro spend yt. Lcuis. 15. League Leaders OBv The Associated Press.) JfATIOXAL LEAGUE Boston .471. New York. 13. Runs Batted Brook- lyn- ililler. Cincinnati. 11. New York Musial. at least four months in Britain, is was announced Friday. IX TORONTO TORONTO. April Rev. Charles W. Desille. general secre- tary of the Ontario Temperance Federation, said that he has seen more drunkenness in the short time since his recent return from a two-month vlsi; to Florida than visit there. Pittsburgh. 5. Triples Wasdell, Philadelphia, Stevens and Herman. Brooklyn, 2. Home New Holmes. Boston, Xorthev. Philadel- I phia. Miller. Cincinnati, Kiner. Pittsburgh and "Walker, Brooklyn. 2. Stolen Brooklyn. 2. Ditchers tied with 2-0. 1000. CJOC Daily frograms 1000 KCS. SATURDAY, APRIL 27 O'clock. Favorites. College. and Local News. the Wealth. Party. Cuts FinaL Music. River Barn Dance. Kali Varieties. Seoort World Sews. Music. Sons Trio. Sims. Orchestra. Orchestra. Orchestra. OFF. ana the matter with yon, Peter SUNDAY. APRIL 2S Report and Albert Sandier. for Sundav. Fashioned Revival Hour. Evangel Hour. Party. Andrew's Church Service. Symphony Orches- tra. News. Show Tunes. of Manhattan. Stars of Tomorrow. and Harriet. Hour. Netv3. Gay Classics. Parade. on Song. McCartir.- Show. News. the Guest. of Famous Players. of Familiar Music. News Summarv. Old Songs. for Strmas. Newsreel. Lockslev Conducts. Highway. Lady. Reveries. Report and World News. Music. Hour. STOCK We carry a complete line including herd-surfacing and cast iron rods. This line is used exclusively in owr own plonts. TRY THEM THEN BUY ON PERFORMANCE! Wntt for your catalogue lot now. i out of his sight, she would hide and watch him hunt for her, get- ting more and more upset until i he found her or she showed fcer- self. If she happened to appear from near where the stranger rs living Peter was at once sure tbatj she had been to see the unwelcome I visitor. 1 Poor jealous Peter Rabbit. He 1 lost his appetite. He hated to even j go just ouK'de the Briar-patch the nearest patch of sweet clover lest he lose sight of Mrs. Be Announced. Peter He no longer dozed in i Be Announced. tranquil comfort under his favorite 1 OFF. bramble bush. "What's matter with you. Peter Mrs. Peter would ask just as if she had no idea. "Nothing is the matter with me." Peter would reply crossly. Mear.-while the visitor was mak- ing himself verv much at home in' the dear Old Briar-patch. He act- ea as if he intended to stay. While at first he remained at one end AMERICAN LEAGUE New Tork, .429. Boston, 12. Runs Batted Boston, 13. Boston, 16. Detroit, 6. Boston and Lewis'. Washington, 2. Home New York Stolen Boston, and Lake. Detroit. 2. Detroit, 3-0, 1.000. BACKACHE MaybeWarninq Badnche may be a signal TOUT fcidnejj are failing to excess adds and poison- ous wastes from the sjslan. Dodd't Kidney Pills help relieve this often the cause of backache, headache, rheumatic pains or disturbed rest. Dodd's contain essential oils and ssediciDal ingre- dients which act directly on the kidneys and help them regain normal action. Get Doift Kidney Pills to-day. i 38 So Simple 8-W Hish-GIcc Interior worb edily under brsA, loofa life enccel screeds lite ronJ- wsJicye, too! B H Floor Lcilre beoviy !o vocr fioors! MONDAY. APRIL 29 Upper Club. News. Upper Club. Moments. -Weatherman's Report Morning Melodies. Wife. ___________________ Lmton Stones from' he soon began to visit other parts, j Life. i "Your visitor seems to like the j Be Ar.nour.ceo. I dear Old said Sammy in the Wildwood. Jav mischievously. 1 Club. said nothing, but Mrs. Peter Crystal Calendar. said. "Do you blame him? There is j Kaopy Gar.g. no place like our dear Old Briar- patch. How anv one can ever want' of Life, to it for'even a littie while I Monnng Ncsgnbor. cannot understand." She looted at Peter when she said this. "Ke will be company for you when Peter is said Sammy to Mrs. Peter. "He isn't going to said Peter. He began to chew lurfously on nothing, nothing at all. "How do you know he asked Mrs. Peter artlessly. i "Because I -won't let him. 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