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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL Read? for Atom Blitz U.S. AIR FORCE IS ABLE ATTACK SOVIET April S- sticn. coulc to call to the com- as: ssia tocsy an mcncins generals attention the iJl DV Saloh tact that tne soa have so" American sir, tne cspsSuttv of i-snj their ?-e "aire ,'c.y has movee into pool- Sure-peas. to for cffe-rsrre s'o-m blitz a oevzstst-ng-y surpr_se at- agairst Soviet state." _ ciSStei" c. "Berlm earLer" this NarTs's-e, thWiT ns -an-v sale the Criitec States for cr jet fibers gj.. SKrcoe Vgg been Trie eeitcnal drew a -ween the of th_> force ,ers snd ths: the snc -ne way the Germans first re- scnceJ torce Surrpt ec-npped. suilt snc 'ncreasesi the ec-tariZ their "air strfng'h berime- the sa.d that force cnjPoisnc. m c IS j3rilimCL cases "aroma the -Jsere wre :he mob-Ie Eii'stsn sphere1" ed eoCurrms wsitm? Behmn the wtj TrstcrT Americans in the Ht-SKsss see !of S12 per annually oa the of 1S41 pos-LStion. in lieu of I present eststutcry subsidies and I Lest Jarusrr, Dominion prc- jposec to increase its grant to I per capita basec en the popu- 5 Cation S Saskatchewan tvoald bate, on the cf the 1S41 pcp'-Ja'.ion. ec SIS 440 COO On the bas_s of the ONTARIO FOUNDRY RAZED BY FIRE ts the only prov-! tnst :esft> Through substitution] of the neu the brief said. "In almost even ms'ance the gams to J the crher provinces are very sub-1 The" ihr e rKe tnc: po- re- i -There is the of rrsss I s-ozf -c-or- :tseer :ri the of tee Te. tnis s-i- Anenisn generc: s-af BIG FOUR rrooas frcn casten: S t rstiocs triere caiii ccn- their can fjoc. fuel anc transporta'iar; proKemj. r so that r centrste addittoz externa PROVINCES that people shcCd be by tne ace.- i cent of iivmg m one part of the rather than another.' s No Names Yet On I Slate Salvation Army Leadership A-jrI." In an olc t Irish I and tar- j the Salva- j to tneir genial, I Gen. George Carenter. who is re- i tinns: at tne age o: 74. j The under es'salismng act, 01 1S31 is to 1 the Sa-vat.on Armj s leader j st-g mating is always concucied j m tne strictest iecrccy. The procec- i tire was on second csv of ths 10-day meeting Trus foundry in Preston, Ont. was raaed with damage esumated at The Preston fire AJS.P. equipment; and rrcra Pace J In the A Qtiesticri ictn an? On Water Projects Storm Switched Away From City Urge Hudson Bay Route Be Used REGINA, April Repre- sentaaies ot the three prairie gov- ernments are expected within tan next feur to make a preJitmaarj forecast of a dust storm from the north, around five o'clock failed to materialize .here for the simple reason that the main force of the storm veered off towards the east, isstesd of continuing to move xfprfesatatiors to urgini in a soutrerly erection. The dust 'CburchiU, Municipal Affairs Mmis- ter J. H. Brockelbaak said Satar- dav. Mr. Brockelbank, who returned on to point juss north of Cagary before swinging m an easterly direc- tion. It continued in that oirection, and todav vias reported, much 01- rauusned." over Manitoba. Saturcay a cool west wind from the Pacific Tttatapg itself felt in soutnem j It is expected to continue on Sunday. Russian Press Defends Cruise MOSCOW, April The government newspaper Izi-estia. commenting on the Meciterranean cruise of the United States battle- ship Missouri, said today the Turk- _ ish press had tried to portray the j Cjf ship's visit to Istanbul as ars un- friescEy act by the Umrecl States against the Sovies Crsion. Tae visit, actuallv was a courtesy call, journalist I, vksillev wrote, and as such should have been reported "without noisy sensation." The Missouri returned to Turkey the body of her ambassador to United States. Mehrnej Mumr Sr- tegun. who had died in "Washing- ton. ____after attending the annual meeting of the Hudson Bay Route Association at Saskatoon, sasd Pre- mier T. C Douglas is arranging with Hon. TV. A- Fallow cf Alberts and Hon. J. S. aScIXarmld of Mani- toba to mees federal goveraraen' officials for this purpose. WASTE OF MONET April officials here tocay generally were of opinion that opening cf the Hud- son Bav route would be "a tremend- ous waste of money." The expense of maintenance ot ihe port alone, they said, would bt lendous to warrant openmg largp-scale shipping. irho also extinguished a fire oa the roof of tne Knos Presbyterian church nearby. 56 HOCK WORK WEEK TORONTO. April als to establish a 56-hour wori and a three-tratch system OP lake ships -a-ere advanced todav the Dominion Marine Association The near scheC'-le -would be- come effective at the opening oi navigation in 1947. DERBY COUNTY 1 PERMANENT COMMITTEE FAHIS A-s is to sesnire tnat, prpr- j s Salvation Armv sccg booi .11 oe in a position to ois- council ciarv. constinitional QzHsgs.- f -juaoxsi shall DS cmtral- IHOPEFCI. OF AGREEMENT j Despite the seneral feeing cf d Tn -sze oe- that seems KJ be preva- .sac. Ssskatchesran gover 3U-" believes tea; a. iterrctu oe aemeved. Such "e tor t should be on the bass O5 me provinces tn a poa- ccoosed j ;.Or. ccnsanitionsl SCT- j rather on a basis e. and the Q; cracr the object of cen- Four o; tne ceisgaoes come from i Heavv soil drifting tne United States anc one Canada Commissioner Bcnjaraut extra trsrk to Oramss, a native of Kyneton. networks of the dunns the much mamtainms Lethbndge ed by nas5ia. Tha xTmtec: tes iment Array in tss Prance ana (Costmue-1 rroii Pase.) Turner, Don and Chns Duffv. j Dernv Goal, "vie Woocley; backs. Jack ic.cholss and Jack novra. helves Jim Bullions. Leuty and Wal.er Musson; forwards Reg Harrtson. Horatio Carter, Jaci Stamos. Peter Dohertv sna Douglas 'Duncan. Hival captains were Don "Welsh and Jack Nicholas. OF V-N. EMPLOYEES NEW TOSK. nlovees of the United Nations have j set" up the machinery for a per- 1 manent committee to represer't i them in their relations with tl-e aa- I ministration cf the world peace or- i samsatiori- At a meetms m the security council cham'oer at Hunter College, the C.X. employees acopt- ed a to cnoose representatives on 2 "aepartmental basis with one i delesate for each 100 or israer work- iers. The insn council meets dailv from jtion syste: lascer plecgei ro E p cf cZesrm; for- i 1933 -R- sam tiat a- the office. cf the fecera: and is. August. 10 to 1 2 to 5 p. and 7 pjn. to 8 Tha h'gn i wamlnc wnen Svanjrelr-e Boots became f0-. do !rt' Hardest oy rN CROSSING CRASH ems nave no.- soie to rf. given an ovation. The teams hcec i So on the pitch and were presented to King George. ECHO BAY. Apnr-27- Joth sides were level after 90 Two men were mlled ng- power ai Otta- j Salvation Army leader; the near; ra s. Carpenter t proposed the Do- inion pay ths'provnicss the sum KAOK> OANOEKAMD 5 to CALGARY successor will be chosen by seere; of tne hign cngmai. Bui so far the cel-beraaons have not even reached the ri bv m a goal for miles east of Saul; Ste Mare early witiun" a fsw mmures of todav vraen tneir au'cmooile wus Both sides were level after SO Two men were muea at, a. misutas of plav. halToack Bert Tur- j railway crossing in_tb-s_ _vUlage__16, dnftrng this' XJ1S St. Marv-iSk Rivers DevelOD- Cerby takms the lead en fcrmerly the project. ov Douglas Duncan. "This has been our worss vear for a j BUD when overtime began, good manv explained acting dominated. Insce right. Peter Do- Mansgcr George S. Com consicsrsd m the runnmg for tee leadership on account of his age. Salvation Army In Japan, Germany April revival ot tee Salvation Army m Japan and the Germany will be discussed sz a. ccs- dale district irrigation ditchss were SHed level to the top for some ot their lengths as a result of soil drifting this year. Won't Requisition hare been stescily' 17 cleamng GUI ditches and -Kill T armCFS struck by a Canadian Pacific Hail- freight; tram. A voman occu- pant; of tne car tras injured sen- ouslv. Killed were Alexander Bel! and Malls Barper. 32 of Des- ped vnth a tju-ck voUev of txo mere oarsis. Mane Clme. 23. Echo Bsy, scores by centre fonsrara Jack -ess taken to hospital at Sauir Ste Stamps- hertr scored a ligh-rurg goal. Mane, leaning have to reoest on man- citciies as a result of Frtcay's omtirig. Despite the high during the few montns, ditch on the Northern not the Hlgn Council TT m progress nere. meetmg Orainss, 1945 until FndaVs gale "We nad a laz more trouole year." ex- Dla_ned Disaic; Manager C. S Clenceaing Pndays storm, however, drifted S 70-vear-old veteran of the religions p tola the CanacLan Press be- I o: sessions devotee to the etec- i a I con of a successor to the retiring our .wns Gen. George Carpexter tnai the ha.ve to decide how Japanese, loyal to tne ats tss suppressian by the war- nrie zianonal-SE government, can be reissued uniforms and given finan- cial aid m re-establishing sorial semces arid an evangelical susasn. Jus; back from a. visit to Ger- many wnere he talked with. Cana- "WASHINGTON. April Agncalrurs Anderson saic todav the Umted States government has "no thouga; of recoisiaoning woeat; from farmers in order to mee; deficits for abroad. TTig assertion followed a. news conference statement; yesteraay by Dsan Acaesoru acnng secretary of ______state ne bel.evea much more mJec of ci'caes. almost orasuc siecs mus; oa taken tp_Se- irg some of tsem. and it looks wheat and fiour for the ciearang joo on overseas DISAPPOINTED IN INDIANS TORONTO. April SE An Egyptian Ahmed Matiar, said he came to Canada to see in their na- tive starousdjngs of toma- ha-BTis and trar "hoops bui found they lived much like otnsr citizens and wrore store clotnes instead of buckskin leggings and eagle-feather headdresses- if SERVICE you need come to SERVICE HEADQUARTERS Here we have Modern tools and equipment -fa Expert, trained technicians Genuine G.M. parts We operate an official AJVLA, Service Truck OPEN 7 AJL TO MIDNIGHT Beny Chevrolet-OldsmobOe Ltd. TWO DOWNTOWN LOCATIONS Main Garage open 7 a-m. to midnight. Monday to Saturday Sunday: S a.m. to Midnight Phone 4055 for service EX-R.C.A.F. Pilots Rent a Piper Cub per hour private license or 'better; yoa fly solo Trilhout license for S9M I instraction per hcrnr. A zx? fHjht itith onr iasroc- icr -E.T. t- 1 that is necessary. TBCi-_ FOE. INFORMATION EVENINGS S416 KEPLER AVIATION LIMITED Kr ,YON FIELD, LETHBRIDGE troops at Oldenburg and sur- veyed the poverty-nddea civHiar: scene, uCI, coia- er declared the Salvanori my ircderwen; ihe severest test of its mtemaconalism aurmg the "Tc -sear ine- -anform of a move- niEm orgssfea tsi military lines ohgraated m an enemy country aid not make for popu- commissioner Orames said. "But our comradss never strayed from our cardinal prmciples althougn trey gave allegiance to ice country of tneir oirtn." guard curv outside the coun- cC caamber is ifaj James Edwards. formerly of "Winnipeg, "who, since tne army in Canada has speru S3 years in Tnrjfa. anc Burma ausiLarv and missionarv ser- vices Durmg -srar ne forced to hitch-hike 200 miles pur- sued by Jasanese. CANADIAN FLSERS PLEAD FOR aHHAILOVICH AUSTRALIA WILL COVEINCE CONTSOLS CANBERRA, Apnl (OP.) wartime national security regulations whicli give tne federal government irfae control over private enterprise, manpower and day-to-day liv- ing- will remain in force until the end of 1S46, possioly longer. Legislation to continue some of the controls into 1947 is to be introduced 35 a precaution inflation and ing" and this msy mean con- tinued rationing of zt least some commodities nest year. WHAT CAN YOU SPARE THAT THEY CAN WEAR GIRL? ARE QUESTIONED April i girls whose saspos j bear barbed j wire cuts were tne 73 per- sons tele tactay oy tjclice tor ques- j tiomng m the slaying of seven Bniish soldiers Thursday uignt at 1 Tel Aviv. i An otficial eye-wUness of i the siiootmss said two of the seven men were fcliea m their beds cor- ing the Mrronst attack on a min- tarv car FOB BRAZIL OTTAWA, Aunl Acyr ?aes yesterday presented to the governor-general a leKer of credence accrediting as am- bassador estraortunary and pleni- potentiary for BraziL Sunultan- eouslv, he nresentea tne letter of 3TD5KOX SNOWMOBILES CROSS PETITOT RIVEE. OTTAWA, headauarters j Fncav coL r> snowmobiles of tee first had crossed the Petltot river jn i British The said the second oivisioa vras some 45 miles faer_r.c. The recall for nis predecessor, C. j advance placsa tne leaders about 7 TVfiras-Valla. north -nf riin; 3.C "AXIS SALLY" IN GUARDHOUSE Radios cne Jn Italia! quar.ti- gry sasstly. 3ui m the sjeanSine why i i par perforniancE f-rren j reseat sei sn5 is ss nancy 23 JOTT easy tejepione nomber. a serrfeszas ca2 ar.d test a. rsare scestJIc ciEgr.osis be ;r.5i- eatec t >cr radio be brcLglit to the sr.op a gireri Before jsrcesejSi-5 repairs. Ws 3sc sp the PERPOSMANCS of your JOT Ae ciarges. o. WE CALL AND DELIVER _ WASHINGTON. AprH j.-5ro CaranteT! airmen will jom 20 cf tnsr former Aicsncan flying comraces in petitioning President Trurcaa for aic m preseEtpig tneir evidence at the forthcomiEg trial of Gen. Draja ilinailovicn. former chftr-.iV leader In Yugoslavia The party of war fliers wnose escape from Yugoclavia. is to have oeeii facilitated bv Mihailovich will fly here Sunday froza The are riving Officers T. R. 3-aosaaT and Norman Heic, boti. of idraonosn. They were key operators la organizing, with tne cf iOhailovicb. the mass evacu- ation of 242 American airmen, Aug. 22. 1944. After the airmen mate their plea to the president, schec- uJed for Tuesday, the two Carsa- wj2 go to Ottawa to make a smfar p3ea to tne department of ezternal affairs. sowrvG MOKE CROP ACREAGE MOSCOW. Aprr has sowr to date 372400 more seres of crops this vear than last. Agriculturalist Ivan V. Takus'iri. rrember of the All- Academv of Agricuirore Scaences. anriounced in the most extertsive and aathontative report' vet on Soviet food prospects, i Ir: aoaitiorj to the acres sown. than last year have been plowec -he report in Pravda scded. "These oiffereiices." yakushir said. give proof of oetter organiza- i In the Seles this year." The i report covered all areas of Rasxa. GETS THREE YEARS 1 ______ i CAKJARY. Apn! 27 I 'Prenchy) Compeau, 23. who staged j a darmsj roobery on 8ih Ave Wednescay nignt. was sentenced to i three vears' imonsonment at hard 1 labor- bv Magistrate D. C Sinclair On a charge of theft of clothing I Conipeau was sentenced to s.- j months' imprisonment to be con- current with the penitentiary term. YOV Clothed Her Last Winter MILUONS IN WAR-TORN LANDS WILL NEED ALL YOUR SPARE CLOTHES AND BOOTS NEXT WINTER and death still face millions overseas because of lack of clothing; Last -winter yon helped to avoid disaster; This winter disaster will stalk again. Your help is imperative. Even if your individual contribution seems small, remember, some- where there is someone who can wear i who needs i whatever you can give. A single garment, a pair of shoes, a. blanket, anything to give protection against the cold and the weather in allied lands devastated by war. STUtT SAVING HOW... THE DKIYE OPENS SOON destitute ofth em find in your attic and closet. Now when you're doing your spring cleaning i aside -what you can spare for those in need. Keep a box handy and as you go through the house, put in it the clothes or bedding yon need no longer. Keep it in readiness for the opening of the drive. We know yoa will ransack your trunks and attics and cap- boards for every shred of clothing you can spare. You did it before. Yoa can do it again; j Che ttot they any livet Nc-iex Facing a possible death sentence for treason againit tJ'c U.S., Mildred GUars, of'Portland, norxiia-antly accept' a cigarette light from Pte J Soalding, N Y_ >n; he- guarJs in ail armv guardhouse in Berlin Known as "Axis Sally for 5'er war- time broadcasts to Allied soldiers over the Nazi radio she was long cougai and only recently arresetcl for trial as a traitor. NATIONAL CLOTHING COLLECTION JUNE 17 JUNE 29 Sponsored by CANADIAN ALLIED RELIEF ;