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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Exposure Of Communist Spy System In Canada Stirs Opinion Churchill in Debate ______ SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR DIES AT HEB. LONDON, June 5 (C-P. Cablet Winston Churchill, leader in tbe house commons, said today in the course of the debate on foreign policy that a Communist spy system "whose exposure at present confined to has made a deep nark on bans- Atlantic opinion. "These revelations by no means complete, aave stirred the whole of the Dominion of Canada." Mr. Churchill said. Mr. Churchill said he would not have "believed that in one jear the Russians could have done them- selves so much harm and have chilled so many friendships in the English-speaking world. The activity everywhere of a Communist fifth column had done Russia harm. Speaking of events !n Canaca, Mr. Churchill said that many coun- and he undesiooc tie man's was proceeding. He did not thini it desirable anvone should prejudge j y CHICAGO. June A swifhboard operator who refused to be dragged from her post last night died in _ Jire on maining behind to notify guests. W. H. Bradiield. assistant night manager, told police he nfKf- tried EO drag Mrs. Julia memter ofSte CaSSkrfhfus? of Barry. 44 from her post on __vfor stostreal-Canier. now f the second floor but that she been employed by the hotel eleven years. refused to leave. Bradfield charge laid in suffered facial burns, with alleged dealings with the So- viet embassy in Ottawa.) Mr. Churchill said he was not prejudging the case against any particular individual. Speaker CMioa Brown ruJed 'hat Mr. Gai- lacher was not in order. Mr. Gallacher replied he was re- ferring to Mr. Churchill's statement that exposure of a Communist spy system at present was confined to Canada and added no case of es- pionage had been proved in Canada. The speaker it still_ was not a point of order Mr. ChurchiU _ stated that the exposure of this es- ADMITS GIVING DATA TO ROSE MONTREAL. June C.M.A. Head Fears Trend to Lower Production TORONTO, June -Kalfc- time problems confronting Canadian Hears CB.C. Head Mine Employee's Death Accidental i ------__ (HNS) Acci- j dental ceaUi was tfce verdict of the coroner's jury after hearing toe evi- dence Tuesday evening svanng on JUVXkll i iJUiit? jJi- TJmf .11 leen WUlsher, quiet-speaking former j industry were thrown into sharp stenographer at the United King- focus Tuesday -ssrhea members dom high commissioner's office ia of the Canadian Manufacturers as- Ottawa, testified at the conspiracy j sociatioa opened a three-day con- j trial of Fred Rose today that she f Sip China Trace To Negotiate Peace More Newsprint Now Promised tries have soughs and seek in- stated tnat the exposure 01 tms formation about the designs of J pionage across the AUanuc was at the moment confined Canaoa. "I'm makins the point taal many countries seek information about the designs of other Mr. Churchsil continued. "There's noth- ing in that. The difference be- tween the Soviet system and the others is that they don't have to hire their agents. "It is a matter of religion to sacrifice onself and one's native land for the sake of a Communist Utopia." "People who In ordinary life would behave in a reasonable man- ner if infected with this disease, will hesitate to betray their country. "It is this peculiarity which renders Soviet Communist espion- age so dangerous as their propa- ganda is futile and childish." Spirit Of Potsdam Said Disregarded others. LAUDS CANADA'S ACTION "The Canadian government and Prime Minister Mackenzie King have only done their duty with courage and justice in exposing what has been brought ous in he concluded. William Gallacher. Communist member for Fife, Scotland, inter- rupted Mr. Churchill at one point, saving he knew of only one Com- munist who was associated with the question of espionage in Canada VBOT-MTKBOHE OWHI I Jane Powell Ralph Bellamy Constance Moore-Morton Gould Ariter Trweftsf Imse Bemn T4qr I- LONDON, June NEW YORK. June produe- reach peak of 5.000.000 tons or more in some prolonged upset, in present was made today by the newsprint service bureau. The estimate canie as many United States newspapers sharply restricted or eliminated advertising because of paper shortages. One reason for the seeming para- dox of rising newsprint production and sudden curtailment of adver- had given the Montreal member of parliament information she gamed Irocn documents at her work. vention. G. Blair Gordon J CBC chairman. Tuesday gave to of Montreal. 1 the commons radio comnuwee as by a mine locomotive. He previously worked as Femie. B.C. u. uorcoa o; .MCUE-TOII. woraea as r-enue. o.v-. president of the association, pcuu- account of ms Srsi year of steward- coroner Donald MacPherson pre- shlO. ar r'np and the "sUTT to large volume production It would not necessarily be very j ihe key to Canada's economic fu- confidential." she added, and she j wire and warned against trends' "suoposed" Rose knew she was get- i which might lead to inflation and j the information from the doca- economic sided at the inquest and the jury iiirrai. wa_ eomnosed of Yemen Decoux, 10.000; Redford, Glen Eate- ____ ___ the Jos. Simla. Albert Haluk and field of radio broadcasting ia pved Duegao. _ aa aareemeav 15-day to for permanent peace bewreen we Chinese government and the Com- munists, who for 18 years primarily in Man- 3 Mr. Gibson last j address referred aients. Miss WUisher. sentenced racnth to three years in prison after j tion of industrial conviction on a charge of contra- s countries with vening the official secrets act, was part of the recalled to the witness box to testify cans j-LJ. prominent Xoomin- vajw% >n T C never who suffe paid. ciples to help in the world. Anything she might told Rose vras not. "in my mind, detrimental to peace." "Witness told defence counsel she in the He referred :o CSC control over ZJSKStt print experts here, has been the high level of general newspaper circulation coupled with a tre- mendous increase in advertising linage. Strikes have spotlighted the news- print shortage hi recent weeks. A loggers' strike in British Colum- bia caused one major mill at Powell. River, B.C., to stop all operations for two days last week and threat- ened further disruption unless it was settled. In general, however, the news- print production trend has been upward. The American Publishers' Association estimated the total North American output for the_ first four months of 1946 at tons, exceeding pro- duction in anv similar quarter since long before the war and approximat- ing that for the record year of 1937. i rVid had taken an oath of secrecy on June 17. 1939. All her conversa- tions with Rose were prior to June 17, 1939, when she look the oath. Two Die In B.C. After r in the Saommtang, reported meanume it -s-as possible the gov- Cada andernment would the COm" Canada to gar-jsgjj in gr.ed to avoid double after hostilities ceased. tasa-.ion' or taxauon on the same j-.opeful He China ruin. ralissmo Kai-Shek conferred again 'm an effort to agree oa a for cotac-iete permanent neace. Minister Attlee charged in the G. McSaughtoa of the News- house of commons today th-t Hus- 1 print Service Bureau reported that sia had disregarded the spirit in j Canadian newsprint roills, which which the Allies entered into the produce the great bulk of the North Potsdam agreement- He suoke in a foreign affairs de- bate shortly after 'nrinston Chur- chill, wartime orime minister and now Deposition leader, declared that "the seeds of a new vrorld war are being sown" in the Soviet- domiaated areas of eastern Europe. Mr. Attlee said Russia had in- sisted on imparting to the Potsdam agreement a rigid and literal inter- pretation denying all flexibility to meet the changing situation. "I think." he said, -that they dis- regard the SDirit in which we en- tered into these things at Pots- dam." Mr. Attlee said one of Great Bri- tain's greatest difficulties, was "to try to get into the tmnds of our Russian f ripens some real under- standing of the way we work things in western democracies." Had Another Bad Night? Couldn't You Get Any Rest? To those who toss, after night, on deepless beds. To those who deep in a. kind of a way, but whose rest is broken by bad dreitms and nightmare. To those ttho. wake up in the morning as tired as when they trent to bed, tve offer in Mflbum's Health and Nerve Pflls a tonic remedy to help soothe and strengthen the nerves. When this is done there should be no more restless nights due to bad and nightmares. Price 50c a box, 65 pills, at all drug counters. Look for our registered trade mark a ''Hed Heart" on the package. The T. llilbuza Co.; Limited. Toronto, Oat. A 30-mK RECORD OF makes GENERAL your best buy! GENERAL TIRE American output and export most of it to the United States, operated at 915 per cent of capacity last January. This percentage had been increased fay 93.8 by April. COXTIXIJE AT WORK VANCOUVER, June ployees in the composing room of the Vancouver Daily Province con- tinued to work today despite a notice by the International, Typo- graphical Union (A.FJL.) of terroin- ation of contract which expired at midnight Tuesday. A meeting of the union will "be held after- noon to discuss the issue arising from conditions in Winnipeg-. There is said to be no dispute as to wages and working conditions between publisher and union in Xrancouver. PREMIER'S GREETING CALGARY, June ments, professions, businesses, in- dustries and labor, in fact all units making up our society, must re- cognize the importance of work- ing together, said Premier E. C. Manning as he brought greetings from the provincial government to Suspend Discharges From Coast Guard As Strike Imminent WASHINGTON. June All discharges from the coast g-iard were suspended last ap- parent move to conserve manpower for the running of merchant ships if there is a maritime strike in the United States. This uas disclosed as negotia- tions to avert the threatened June 15 walkout on all coasts for higher wages and shorter hours took a brighter turn. Two unions indicat- ed willingness to make further con- cessions. Coast guard officials said the su- spension was only "for the time being" and gave no explaaation. The service already is down to 000 from the wartime peak of 170.- 000. Louis Saillant, secretary-general of the World Federation of Trade Unions, predicted in Paris at the same time that French longshore- i ;ne nature 01 s was availaole m j broadcasting as a utility it xas searrled there would tx was the corporation's duty :o have, niianeous announcements :n the uppermost in ihe interest of; houses of in Ottawa and', the listening public and must tomorrow which Jikelv take precedence over the desire would give all :he details and the] delegates from all over Canada at j of private interests for extra pront. of the tax agreements. the second Ukrainian-Canadian VANCOUVER, June