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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APKIL 29, 1946 THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD 'PAGE THREE Terrorism, In Poland FIRING SQUADS AND HANGMAN ARE BUSY By LARRY ALLEN April squads and she hangman continue to be busy la Poland. Daily, the government says, en- forcement agencies battle a con- tinuing wave of murders, holdups, robberies of institutions and Scores were sentenced to long pris- on terms for teiroristie acts rang- ing from murder to assault and robbery. Some of the defendants In the first mass trial of N.S.Z. members of vrar-tiaie Kazi collabora- tors. Primary objectives of the army, secret police and militia's counter- attack on the government says, are bands of the N-S-ZL, na- tional armed forces -which the gov- ernment claims are supported from abroad. iThe is believed to consist largely of remnants of the Polish underground fought the Germans before the Russians occupied Poland !n Polish newspapers have published officially the names of 120 alleged members of the KJS.Z. executed by firing squads or hanged since Jan. 1. Marsv -sere youths of 14 to 13. held recently in out _______ ._____ of 23 were sentenced to trains, sporadic night-time shoot- j mitted, court officials said, that they j Ings and tilth a j paid 20.000 zoltys per i head" for killing Polish politcians., They didn't say who paid the bill, j KILL POLITICIANS j "Within the last few neeks. the' goiernment said Scores" of mem-: bejs of the communist-backed Pol- DISPERSE G.B. INDUSTRIES LONDON. April The British it is un- derstood, aad modified its earlier poJcy of drastically checking the outflow of toe country's staBed. workers and has presented the out- lines of a plan for considerable disoersal of Britain's manpower and mdusmes among parts ol the com- Here Are Top Speed For U.N. Development of atomic Treasons, rockets and other pilotless missiles, which has altered tba whole tech- of cfience and defence, has ish workers party and its close ally, the Polish socialist party, have been j slain TSMT- thp winter resort of Zako- tVTr.ri-SS mads it essential for Britain to ex- amine seriously the question of disnersmg her great mdusuiai pour- has been the prime reasoa for her readiness to release part of strengin wfcere congestion. population slain near the resort of Zako pane on the Polish-Czech frontier, j A conservative estimate cour is that j or Britain prepared- 3.000 politicians have been killed j ne__ fQ[ lne i uture formed pars, of since July. 1545. with each of the six political parties having a size- able representation. Russian officers and soldiers, too, been attacked. Three-Cornered Election Fight JAPS CHARGED AS CRIMINALS (By E. L. ALM3N) BOGOTA. Colombia, Ann! three-cornered battle for the presidencv of Colombia vvill be de- cided Suf-dav, Mav 5. after one of the country's most confused political campaigns. The candidates Gabnel Turbav, 45. official can- didate of the Liberal party, which has held power since 1930., Jorge Euecer Gaitar. Inaependent Liberal candidate, surcessful lawjer and lierv orator, who claims to represent the under-nrivileged masses and terms his candidacy a revolutionary movement -which continue regardless of election re- EUlts. Mariano Ospina Perez. 55. Con- servative cartv candidate who has held office as representative and senator for 14 vears and T.hose pop- tilantv is acknowledged e-.eri by liberals. AU candidates are regarced as supporters of Colombia's present foreign to the act of ChaDUltepec and the TTnited Na- vcns charter In domestic affairs, the Conservative candidate is re- garded as- Rightist, Turbav as Cen- trist and Gaitan as Lef tist- i TOKYO, April HP> warlord Hideki Tojo and 27 other I terest of militaristic leaders were indicted j fleeted ir by the Allies today as isar crim- inals. They will be arraigned May 3 on 55 specific charges ranging from murder of thousands of Al- lied personnel to conspiracy to ham- mer the whole world into slave staTes of the axis. Defence counsel are expected to be given reasonable time to prepare i their cases before trials begin be- fore an ll-country tribunal. the commonwealth defence talks during the last ueek between rep- resentatives of the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. As a of their discussions i: was agreed that all possible steps be taken for the earliest resumption of migration. It is understood tha; for the time being it is not tne mien'-ion of the British and dominion governments to work oui a definite common- wealth plan of migration. The in- terest of each dominion will be re- flected in the measure of facilities that will be made available. 3IORE MEAT LIKELT April nipeg housewH'es got over the without any meat wor- ries, supplies were anrole. and re- ports from the Union stockyards at St. Boniface were brighter today. Dates of School Examinations EDMONTON, April al departmental examinations for students in. grade nine and 12 m Alberta schools will start June 24 and 21 respectively, the provincial derartment of education announced today. Grade 12 examinations will con- tinu- from June 21 until June 28; grsd2 nine examinations, starting June 24, also xcill be completed June 28. All students .in the two high j CON'SEKVIXG WHEAT LONDOX April The special food sub-committee of the ca'bmet will meet tomorrow to consider wnat lurcher itejt> can be to conserve wheat consump- ui Britain. LABOR PROBLEMS VICTORIA. April The Vancouver Island joint labor con- ference, representing A3T.L. and C.CJL. unions, was told last night that some employers were asking their emplovees to sign releases even- 30 davs to avoid the_ seven- day 'layoff provision" and with pay. Fighting Goes On In Manchuria; Negotiations fail CHT7NGKING, Apni 29. Efforts w> settle the fighting Mancnuna. broke down. today. Strikes Threaten On Hours, Wages m csv The Canadian Press.> the; Itestlersness utmost efforts of Gen- Marshall, i heightened fianag the weekend as United StajK> special envoy, pro-v- r union meetings in Toronto ana fflz insufficient x> bridge the) Hamilton predicted possiole snxe chassi between, the Chinesa Na- j action TO gain uonai government, aad. tae Com- shorter hours. tnunists. The United Siectrlcal, Sadie and AU sides- revealed thai settlement Workers cf America of toe civil coatiic; faced j the Canadian council of ise delay, wuh she government re- t .ve cniwd Autcmobcie, Aircraft pars of ifanchuna. The sources in- the generalissimo preferred to wait, until nis armies had fought lieir nay northward aad nad re- captured Changchun before halting hostilities. Monty Stresses Army Team Work decided upon 1.0-ii.M.S.W. aid was at Toronto last oy Dohertv. iniemauonal represesta- nve He that about em- ployees, siemaers of local 311. em- ployed or the Acaccada Amencaa Company. I-Ed., of Ne-sr 10- waa take strike acuoa Wed- --esslav a oreakdowa tne coc. deraar.ds the are a 40-hour arid a weekly wage of Hamilton. sor of direcior of tae u-K- conven- Reacy with their interpretations an instant after speakers at the TJ.N. sessions in New York finished talking, these four men are consider- ed tops in linguistic speed. Whether the language spoken be Spanish, English, French or Sassian thev can retransia to SIGHT interpreter: Daniel Hogg. EcgUsh: Georges Thor- French. and Jean Herbert, chief of the interpreters. {suggestions I book. "Top Secret." that there was i fundamental daagreeinent between SOLDIER IS KILLED WAETWRIGHT. April inquest will be held tomor- row into the death of Pte. R. J. ilong, "0. accidentally killed when a ri3e was discharged in the bar- rack rooms of the 27th Company. Nazi Jew-Baiting Editor Defiant By XOLAXD NORGAABD NUERNBESG. April GP) Repeated clashes between JuLus I Etreicser ana nis own defence i I iawver caused Prosecutor Hobert Jackson to decaand tocay that the international military tnounal send the Nazi Jsvr-baitmg editor "oack to his cell" and require him to sub- mic the remainder of his case in i Buvs A Stradivarius school grades will write the exam- Veterans Guard of Canada, vester- manons. Results probably will be I i .1 u- Now Playing announced early Jn August. I v" Students in grade 10 and 11 are j recommended into higher grades on the basis of classroom tasts. No de- partmental examinations are re- HOPE 15 ABANDONED LONDON. April The Dailv Mail last night said that quired to be written m these grades, j "hopes that British planes will be onerating regular commercial ser- vices over the Atlantic tins year have been abandoned by British Overseas Airs ays." TO SELL ALBERTA COAL IN E4ST EDMONTON, April J. Taylor, regional allocation officer for the distribution of domestic coal in the four -western provinces since 1942, will leave his office April 30 to return to Toronto to re- establish, his selling agencies for Alberta coaL T. Marshall of Vancouver, who has been acting as allocation offi- cer in handling Vancouver Island coals under the Dominion coal con- n-oiler, will assume Mr. Taylor's duties. REDCLUT MAN Nazi Agent Sought 15EDICIN EHAT, Alia, April 29. j Srevens of Eedciui, seven, miles west of Medicine Hat. is in hospital today suffering from head injuries and a possiblg frac- turctl rib as the result of a week- end accident. A car cnven by Stev- ens and one driven by E- Schneider collided and Stevens' car was turn- ed over by the sudden, impact. DISMANTLE AIR STATION- EDMONTON. April and materials tnus made available be stored in a hangar until the _ allocation committee made UD of CANADIAN NEWS and 11 G. H. Clash. A Arnold and Lt -Col ARE ANIMALS ACTORS E- distributes ir. Hon. A. J. French police are seeking Mme. Beatrice Boratra. v.ue of Jean Bor- Bowness Named Board Chairman CALGARY. April promouon of S. TJT- Bowness :o trie position of chairman of the board. the field marshal and American annv leaders. The ooo' store was aistuicea contempiatiEg a fail TODAY WINNIPEG. Apn! 29 Travers Coleman.'nress reUT.ioni officer the Canadian Pacific headquarters at Winnipeg, was honored with a presentation oy W. A. Mather, vice-presitieni cf me companVs western lines, upon his appointment as ?ub-ic relations olticer in New York, announced today. The presentation was made on behalf o. officers and employees of the C.P-R s -seotern lines. Mr. Coleman. be suc- ceeded by his assia'an: J F. Migor. son of the late It J o: Montreal, nas the post at Winnipeg since 19ii t.orji saC- bury. Out. when his fa' ner. George T. Coleman. was stationed there as Canadian agei.t. he Mas educated in the public of Wumioeg, Moose aaid Toronto and at the Woodstocs College, Wcodstock, Ont RAILWAY FAMILY Mr. Coleman is a member of a familv diatinguished .11 Canaaian Pacific tradition He is a. rephe-.v of D. C. Coiemari. and presi- dent of tne com'.ani fa.ncr, now mayor o' Carieton Place. Onl. had wide expener.ce on western arcs eastern lines before retiring in 1942. His appointment to New Yor'< is the latest steo in a career long associated with newspaper work. In 1923 he joined tbe editorial staff of the Moose Jaw Times and :Ater worked on the Winnipeg Tribune i In 1929 he became Canadian Pacific i press representative at 1 reraaimrg there un'il apooint- menl to Winnipeg Mr. Magor was a in the RC., during tne wir. HERE WITH ALL IT'S HAPPINESS Set to the rhythms your heart! terest to do so. acting premier J W. Corroan said in Regma in a statement in replv to comments oy ROXY COME EARLY Feature St-irts 2.15. 4.35. 7.00. Complete Shows 2.15, 4-20. 9.05 r ESCAPED 6.1. DEATH TO SfLENCC THE VAMPftC WMX OF aiOST TRAUIOSS OF All HME! BYRON BARR OSA MASSEM DON DOUGLAS RICHARD LOO KEYE LUKE LARRY YOUHS Disney Cartoon "Pluto's Kid Brother" SECOND FEATURE SHOWING 6 DAYS ,'SPAPO.r ;