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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE THE LBTHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Premier Cancels European Trip LONDON. June Cable.> Minister Mackenzie Kicg has cancelled his planned European trip and will leave for Canada June 10 aboard the luier Qsieen Mary, u was learned today. For the remainder of bis visit to Britain he tmii continue private j talks with British leaders acd wards the weekend the British gov- ernment will give him a dinner in honor ol his 20 years as Canadian prime minister. Tins Saturday he trill attend London's victory cele- brations. It is understood his trip to the continent had to be cancelled be- cause important problems in Ot- tawa require the attention of Mr. King and his colleagues asked him to return there. Some of these questions related to budget, pro- posals. He arrived !n Britain May 19. Agreement With Coast Papers Expires June 4 VANCOUVER, June couver Daily Province printers con- tinue to work though compositors of three other Southam group news- Citizen. Hamilton Spectator and Edmonton were on strike, but the Internation- al Tvpographical TJnion gave notice two "months ago that their agree- ment with the province would es- pire June 4th. The union gave notice of termina- tion April 4th. Union officials said the contract was entirely satisfac- tory and that notice was being given because of the union's dis- satisfaction with the situation in where papers employed non-union printers following a strike. When informed of steps taken by the union, the two other Vancou- ver Vancouver Sun and the Vancouver gave the union two months' notice of termination of their contracts with the printers, and this also will expire June 4th. DEWITT MacKENZlESAYS Untouchables Big Problem In India's Future ATOMIC ENERGY CONTROL BUI- INTRODUCED IN PARLIAMENT OTTAWA. June struction Minister Howe, introduc- ing an atomic energy control bill, I said today in the commons that the Chalk River. Ont., plant iiould pro- vice a research centre unexcelled in the world and declared that new- discoveries might bring "swift de- velopments" that would need wide veiopments taai wo The government of Bombay has and flexible controls. declared a state of emergency la its centra! mill district as- the re- sult of further bloody clashes be- tween caste Hindus and the lowly every presence is supposed to defile their betters- These fresh Cheaper Gas For Edmonton EDMONTON. moaton's city June council has -Ed- un- animously endorsed the recommen- dation of city comraisisoners ac- captiag tile offer of Northwestern Utilities, limited, to reduce the city's natural gas from 25 to 25 cents. The rate to go into effect June 26 and will result in a saving of to Edmonton con- sumers. The new rate, -which -will be the lowest on the North American con- tinent, is subject to the- following conditions: The city to agree that the new schedule remains in effect until after the company's revenue, operalng expenses are available for 1S48; and that the city agree that the company be relieved of the ob- ligation to pay interest at five per cent on consumers' deposits. The bill will provide fo' the ap-. pointment of a board that will con- tinuously study the field of atomic energy." prooosing regulations de- signed to meet fresh situations as they develop. The board will be organized and will function much' disturbances would along the lines of the National j_ search Council and Dean C. J. Mackenzie, president, of the coun- cil, be a member of the board. seem to nave their inception in the belief among many Uatouchabies that, the government's new proposals for Indian independence don't make adequate provision for this depress- ed class. Former Prime Minister Churchill, as leader of the Conser- vative party, has recehed a protest from aa Indian group, declaring j the government's program is a "shameful betraval" of the Untouch- ables' cause, and has replied that his party will do its utmost, to pro- tect them. He adds: "We shaU take our stand on the broad principles set forth IE the American Declaration of Independ- ence, thai all mea are born free aad equal and entitled to life, lib- erty and pursuit of happiness." Actually the government's pro- posals do include provision for a bill of rights in the projected con- stitution to protect the Untouch- ables. However, I know from per- sonal investigation in India that jjiese unhappy folk want to be. es- tablished in communities of then- own so that they may escape a life that is worse than death, and achieve the status of human beings. The world has known few trage- dies so terrible as that of India's Untouchables who for centuries have been condemned by the Hindu caste system to live as pariahs- That system with its in- numerable ramifications permeates the whole structure of Indian so- ciety. The caste places this depressed class without the pale of human rights. They live outside the vil- lages of caste Hindus and perform the most menial tasks for their masters. The Untouchables have no eco- nomic independence. They have no land and are dependent on the reg- ular village for "life. Because they are untouchable they can eke ous an existence only by performing the lowest tasks. Under the code they are compelled to wear dirty cloth- ing. They can't get water from the village well but muse find it elsewhere. Shoots Self As Polke Approach Mr. Howe did not indicate the names of the other members of the board but it is assumed that they include himself and Gen. Mc- Naughton. Canadian i on the United Cations ciL "This plant has certain that make it unique." the rairustcr i x vj. said, "and it ss believed by our part- j ceased ners in the United States and in j Si the United Kingdom that Chalk REGINA. June Ca- tf nadian Mounted Police saici today that Thomas Campbell. 59, sho; informed government. source told The Canadian Press that he did DM expect tie be brought down until close to the eccE had TESTIFIES CANADIAN DOLLARS IJMAILED TO SOVIET EMBASSY A! Zabotin that tests of atomle X! morty" thai CoL Zabotia, former borcb trere conducted in Sew i Russian military atsache and al- i icor and tiaaz the bomb dropped on leged head of an espionage ring in {Japan was asade oat of uraninna. dead as R.C-M.P. approached him. Resident of McTaggart were de- >f a Rn'er can make a substantial con-, that the plant at Chalk River will return of Jlackejaie this source said K likely would no1; be ready before the end or rconth regardless of Mr. King rerirns. f-, rwruestea AKSCOTT a K.BVM i Canadian debars no the ers'oass.- in! rnessage aiiegecsj' reporsea aTvaV'be Ottawa so as to assure "complete! that "Alec" had ctfrntinrsvaKeA of operational suxns said on ail elecsne was given today by Igor I used bv the American nav? agaiass ff C-o-Izenko a-, the conspiracy tnal, Japanese s-iscide aaxraii. of i A telegram introduced y? former cipher clerk la' crown. said, was a mas- the Russian esibassy. said the re-' sage the Intelligence efliej ia te ussian esiss. cues- was sy "way of a Moscow to Zabotla askSn? mm to :o -be of a in London lor provide a centre of research in Can- ada that will not be excelled else-jwj where in the world, for a consider-: FrCCQO able tune at least." _ _ Winnipeg Grain Prices j WINNIPEG, June 3. erratic display was given by rye futures prices on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today rn an active and nervous session. The market opened higher bat, fell back sharply when Chicago futures trading was suspended. The market was show- ing rallying tendencies when the Chicago" market resumed tracing at CJD.T. Kear the end of the session another flurry of selling struck the market and all futures dropped the five-cent limit. Trad- ing was active and nervous. At the close July was Oct. ?2.32a.a and Dec. j There was no export business in HEARING DATE CHANGED REG3NA. June for hearing references on the question of the validity of the crop failure section of. the Saskatchewan Farm Security Act has been changed by Chief Justice T. Kiniret to Oct. 1, Attorney-General J. W. Gorman said today. The hearing by the Supreme Court of Canada was originally scheduled for June 24. but the Sas- katchewan government had applied for a reconsideration of the date. SLIM-WAISTED COTTON Shorp omJ dear as a paper-doli out- line, this crisp cotton by Herbert Soadheim of New York has the neat iittie waist and rounded hips so important this year. Would a few pounds less let you wear fashions like this? Then write forthe "Kdlogg a purse-sized guide with 63 reducing menus planned for your own neexis. These menus include Kellogg's A U-Bran because it is guaranteed, on a double-your-inoney-back basis, to keep you regular naturally. And. being made only from the vital o-Mrr layers of the -wheat, ifis rich in cer- tain 'protective" food elements your body must have, diet or no diet. _ No wonder this delicious cereal is served by nearly one out of every two families in Canada. Order Keflogg's AU-Bran today. To get the "Kellogg Weight Centre! Plan." cut the box-top from the package; print vour address and request on the back and mail to Kellogg Co. of Canada, Ltd., London. OiiLifio. Made by Kellogg's in london, Ontario CASH PRICES AH grades unchanged at 2 C.W. Screenings. S12jO. Chicago Grain Prices CHICAGO. June cent, advances, the limit permitted in a single session, were scored by all old contracts of wheat, corn. rye. and barlev on the board of trace todav. The gains represented bios onlv'as there were no offerings on the upturn. Trading which started two hours- later than usual as a result of a temporarv injunction restraining activity, was confined to oats. Old contracts advanced sharply at the Auraaque CANADIAN STOCKS (Bv Jasaes Richardson and Sons) Open Close Abitibi 21 Asbestos 32 BcU Brazilian............. 24 BIdg. Prod............ 32 Can. Locomotive Can Brewg....... Can. S. S......... CAB. Car Ind Alcohol...... C.P.R............ Can. Vickers...... Cai.. W. Lumber Cons. Paper....... Cons. Smelters Dist. Corp.-Seagram Dom. Stee! Dom. Text........ Ford "A" Gatineau Ham. Bridge...... Howard Smith......_ Imp. Tobacco........ int. Pete llassey Harris McCoU Front. Mitchell Robert Nat. Brew. Nat Steel Car St. Law. Corp Steel of Can. Wpz. Elec. Hannam Named World Farm Board IP Moscow. with car nan." .__ for the fourth straight J DELAY 13 SEES cay. Go-oaenfeo said the message OTTA'A'A. June otsa- cauiioried ccnvlnued traria- i wa phase c-f Canada's .J'. Minister today open- ed the sixth Imperial Press confer- ence with a call lor -more face- and the fullest fiow of among all countries there is no freedom more important. S 1 LONDON. Jur-e Ca and" P. ilanin ol France May.'hid advised here. sr COMMITS SUICIDE WHILE WAITING 127'-'- 125 21 21 112 114 272- 27 i petite tor zacis suay iiiutc j_ n_ wesson ut Regina. president j rassing to politicians but so lor.g as ;of western Wbeas Producers'; you stick to facts we have no com- Federation, speaking on a resoiu- i plaint UOP asking for food conservation. i "The opinions you express on the the and the Cnitei i basis of these facts are your own" and Agriculture Or- WCTPERTAL. Germany, Jane 3 iRfutfrst Colonel Snhr. described as a chief of ibf Ger- man police in southern France, has committed suicide in prison w h i i e awailinc trial as a. war criminal, it is announced. German guards nrho entered SuhrX cell found him by his belt from the cell win- dow. 'Better Cosh These Coupons OTTAWA. Jane Butter coupons "R-l" to and meat coupons to -M-2S" in eonsozcer ration book's will become invalid after June 30. she. Prices Board announced. This includes all butter and meat coupons -araich. have beconie valid no u> the of Mar. i MOXTY IS ORDERED ___ TO TAKE A REST s CHKV'iiSXS. Ti-yo.. June S Edward T. Developer k. newly appointed chief of the :fsh seseral staff, has outset on short coverings but then lost most of their gains. New con- tracts were weak. At the close new contracts oats were to cents lower, August 83 while old contracts were }s lower to cents higher, July 863i. Old contract wheat, corn, rye, and barlev all closed up five. New con- tracts on wheat, com, rye, and bar- ley were unchanged. LIVESTOCK Calgarr Livestock CALGARY. "June active. Steers, heifers, and fea calves 25 to 35 cents stronger. Sows and bulls steady. Week-end receipts: 708 cattle. 26 calves, 61 hogs, 276 sheep. Bulk of week-end receipts through billea. Hogs sold Saturday at S19 for A's. Sows Bagamac OLD RODEO STAR DEAD distort the whole picture. us have the freest possible ficw c mm the Victory Parade here sexi the United States and TORONTO MINES C3v James Eicoardson and Sons) oinarv people o; me worm w.aa j Open Close j hampered by letting the truth be j 00 known." Mr. Attlee praised the annles of the donnriions which helped to wtn Bralorne....... Con. West Exol. Cosh. Willans..... Donalda....... East S_ullivan...... 350 Frobiaher........ 42o Giant Yellow-knife 735 Hararock........ 79 Hollinger o' 96 13 120 3SO 95 88 23 105 13U 120 355 100 350 430 735 79 victory and spoke particularly of the Canadian troops who shared British dangers, enabling the unit- ed Kingdom both to defy the enemy at home and carry out oSecslve ac- tions abroad. 760 235 j Ken- Addisoa Lamaque Leitch McLeod-Cock- Malartic G. F. McKenzie 11" Jouet Quebec 78 Lapaska, 40 Noranda 67U Omega 23 Pamour 191 Pickle Crow 370 Powell Houyn 95 Preston E. D. 230 San Anwnio 510 SherritE Gordon 250 Sladen ilal 60 Sullivan 250 Trans-Continental 123 Upper Can. 2S1 Wasa Ho Wrighv-Har. 500 Total sales shares. INCOME TAX APPEAL BOARD RECOMMENDED 760 141 240 260 116 78 40 67 30 183 370 100 245 510 260 60 250 130 270 117 Good to choice butcher steers S'2.50 to common to medium S10 to S12.25. Good to choice butcher heifers S12 to S12.75; common to medium SS.50 to S11.50. Good to choice fed calves S12.25 to 51355; common to medium. to S12. Good cows to S10; common to medium. S8 to S9.25. Canners and cutters S5 to S7.25. Good bulte S9.50 to Spring lambs S14. Toronto Livestock TORONTO. June Cattle trade was active on the livestock market today. Prices were higher. Choice weighty steers were S14 to S14.50. butcher steers S12 to heifers S13 down, good butcher cows and bulls Sll to S11.5O, western stockers Sll to S12. Veal calves were steady al S16 to choice with plain lights down- ward to Sll. Spring lambs sold steadr at S17 to S18 csn. Two cars of western lambs were unsold. Good light sheep were S9.50 to S10. No price was established for hogs which closed previously at, dressed, grade A S20.75. grade Bl. S20.35. Receipts reported were: Cattle calves 400, hogs 150, sheep and Iambs 560. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO. June Kogs. 13.5'00; good and choice barrows and gilts S14.85: sows SI4.10. Catde 14.000; calves 500: top steers" S18: bulk S16.25 to choice heifers S17.75: bulk S1530 to S17.25: beef cows S14.8o; httle S13.50: 392s. down; weighty j miles south of Hengyang Tnurs- beef bulls to S14.75. and choice veal- day. crs to S17: stock cattle S14.75 to SIC. Sheep 5.000: best lambs S17.2D; shorn slaughter ev.es down. IKHV JOXES AVERAGES Dow Jor.es averages at close: 30 Industrials. 211.47. off 81. 20 Railroads, 6693. off .94. 15 Utilities. 43.46, off -09. TORONTO AVERAGES AT CLOSE Industrials. 207.83: up .29. Golds, 124.26: ap .60. Base metals. 101.78; down 54. "Western oils. 27.06: down .01. Market Trends WALL STREET STOCKS: Steels and motors led a general decline in today's stock market although offerings were rela- tivelv light and assorted favor- ites "able to contest the shift fair success. TORONTO STOCKS: Stocks irregularly lower in todays dull session of the Toronto ex- change although there was improvement in the final period- Trading continued in comparatively small volume. MONTREAL STOCKS: Sel- ected papers -were prominent and higher in trading up to the last hour today on the stock exchange and curb market. Transactions generally -were along a narrowly unevem sroove. TRAIN PASSENGERS DIE CANTON. China. June The Canton News said today ap- proximately 90 passengers were kill- ed and more than 60 injured when four coaches of the northbound Canton-Hankow railway train were derailed while crossing a bridge SO LONDON. The Moscow radio last night quoted a letter appearing in the Tehran newspaper Rahbar which said that "British troops are still present" in Abadan in southern Iran. The writer of the letter, de- scribed in the broadcast as "a certain Mahin said that when he recently in Abadan. he