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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE THE LETHBRIDGE HEEAUJ PAGE THREE WIDE DIVERGENCE 4- 4- -fr 4- 4- 41 On Russia's, America's Ideas Free Press By story on the assumption that it is KiftjfiL i O-IAJU. j NEW YORK, June going to be read from to end. and it generaUv is. He thinks it's idiotic to put all the news in the first paragraph. Por one thing, ae reasons, it encourages people to read no further. The Russian newspaperman sel- dom if questions the decisions or policies of his country's leaders. He believes they are better equip- ped to handle such matters. MOSLEY PUBLISHING TWO BOOKS IN O.C. basic conceptions of a free are so different in Russia and ra North America that it is extremely diffi- cult to see how agreement can be reached. The two countries are pages apart. on the definition of news, how to present, it, what to do about it. People in the Soviet Onion gener- ally argue that British and .North American press work against the interests of their people and often igalcss the best interests of the peonle of the world. -Your a Russian told me, seems as if it's trying 10 enieriain, amuse or shock us read- ers, net to instruct, inform and guide tteni the right way." I asked if he were referring to editorials or news columns. -.News he said with em- phasis. "Guide the readers ciind the right wav in a news I asked. eerEainly don't try to do this. AYe simply try to present ihe facis and let tne reader find his that is if he's looking for a wav." GKEAT Eere are some of the great dif- ferences beiaeen Russia and North American newspapers, aside from the ob-.ious mes of public owner- ship and direction: Ihe Russians don't believe in pub- lishing news about events before they happen. The fact that the Big" Three may have agreed to hold a meeting is "noi news until there is an official announcement. The Russians don't believe crime is news except a report of the trial and penalty as a means of teaching that "crime doesn't pay. In Russia a train wreck, a build- ing burning, a ship sinking, is not when it happens on a big scale abroad. The private lives of prominent personalities are rot news and the Russians can't uncerstand why they should be. The Russians cannot understand the explanation that a paper's acceptance of an advertise- ment does not give the advertiser a voice in the paper. Clashes of personalities at inter- national meetings are not news to Russians. The Russian writes writes his X June Oswald Mosley, former leader of the British Union of Fascists, Thursday denied that he had ever received money from Mussolini as j for- possession was denied by the Barrs Is Given Two-Year Term CALGARY, June Ross Barrs, 21, of Bowriess. -sras found guilty of perjury in district criminal court this morning and sentenced by Chief Judge J. W. McDonald to serve two years in Prince Albert penitentiary. He subsequently pleaded guilty to being: in possession of in bonds, property of the estate of the late Prank Bishop Thomas and of E. W. Harrison, knowing the same to be stolen, and was sentenced to two years in penitentiary on this charge. The sentences run concurrently. Application by his counsel, C. E. Smith. K.C., to have the 14 months in custody served by the accused awaiting mal lor the murder of Thomas anplied to the sentence Highlights In The News about 10 visiting from! (i to About 1500 viceraen are treatment. expected to receive Press, has been appointed associate director of the Anaerican Press la- stitute at Columbia University. New: York City. Some Canadians liave been interested enough in the selection of a distinctive Canadian flag to write Otters to the parliamentary committee Tsrhich has the job of recommending a design to parlia- ment. The scarecrow is facing JMechani- cal-age eviction from its familiar garden watch- One farmer at Ells- worth. Me., is utilizing three alarm and Australian prisoners of Recovery of stolen from the Monarch Club m Edmonton lastj Monday WAS announced by Sdmon- j FOUND" JEWEL COLONEL AND WIFE'ARRESTED ion police. Joseph. Studholrn plead- ed gwtfty jo the robbery and was re- Maj. Tataro Mizwtani was sea- custody for week for teuced to death by hanging _ Singapore for inhumane treatment WASHINGTON. OP) authorities Trbo United States war department in on them in a small wucomm todav a captain in tfee town. i men's Army Corps and her colonel, coi, MiHer declined to name any husband have been taken into cus- of the individuals Involved, tody in connection with the_iheft t Cvj assistant mystery star CoL A. C. Miller, representing tne i Provost ogee Jn te in- from the Col. Miller clocks and discarded tin pails keep birds frosa his com and pea The King has approved issue of i-inrSrc itre. set to two new medals for British service- i rezon reported that Foreign Min- forces- alleged in the house of commons by Home Secretary Bde. -I am a to the -ctive Mosley said- That is why this attack has been launched against me. The labor party are trrins to direct a flood of mud against me in advance. That is their the mud in first. "I am going to publish books. The first will be called 'My An-' and will be ready In a few court. Barrs was acquitted of the murder charge by a jury in April The sentence on each count is 14 years. UNDER GRfiAT STKAIX accused was not being pun- isheu for any crime other thsn ihose of which he had been found guilty and had pleaded guilty. Judge McDonald declared. Aside from these he came to court as an inno- ister Juan Bramuglia has apologized to George S. MessersmMh, United! Finance Minister States ambassador, for booing ap- parently directed as him during Tuesday's inauguration of President. Juan D. peron. Three of Japan's biggest shipping VaHeyvT sought unsuccessfully stones ges on CoL Miller i commons he is receiving "about Four former Japanese because it officers, i orders of the day were called. convicted of torture slayings m the; Philippines, have been hanged. Thej More than 7.000 raen_ane ,----j _. J tTCCIl I .IXU.C cent man. Barrs had suffered a Tsunau Tovogasna. con-> met the Kinsr and Queen ar.0 ihe nnnpr tre- L.U IfciTV- ilflii rttiC- A V The next will be called 'The great deal and had been under tre- of reso -.asjhiiijy in the deaths mendous emotional strain at tne Filipinos and" Americans at time he gave the false evidence., Santiago: Kagajiro Mukai. re- For that reason he was not wi- b, Fitoino Alternative' 'Sly Answer' deals with the past, and replies to my opponents at the same time as it justifies mv actions. The Alternative' deals with the future and provides my alternative to the present system of govern- ment in Britain and to the existing world chaos. Is Kept Prisoner By Timber Wolf nt.. June a few miles east 01 here, was kept a prisoner in her farmhouse by a Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret at the most democratic garden party ever held at Buckingham Palace entertained Members of the family met in icber. 1S44. with the jeisrels. TJwy SI IA SAULE HOTEL i inventory of the jewels. The W.AJC. caoiain and her hus- "After Tn-raDping up the jewels the members of the family Trent to the sub-cellar of the fansly vrelt to the iih them a native German vrcrk- j man. Thev selected an isolated spot They previously had evaded smli- as :he cellar. par ric jetrels In a s casket. This they put in I -Aooden It -aras buried- They {also concealed !n the sub-cellar, i bonles of isme of ancient vint- Itev. Alex Cox. of Holand. .Mto, gaM that Apra of 3945 the family forced to flee A Tass dispann from Ashkhabad. the Turkmen republic of the U.S. -vros elected president of the united Church of Canada conference rived long and irucks. maximum." The accused was a voung man and could rehabilitate himself. Anti-Labor Laws In U.S. Condemned 5IOXTRSAL, June criticism of President Truman's re- cent request to congress for -si-hat it termed legislation" in connection -aith. future strikes, -a-as resolution adopted :e some 400 dele- STARTS TOMORROW tatraiiimi tomes ynscntc GIRif COOPER YOUNG "Afonq Came Jones' WUUM 3EMAKST ntmsBUT CMIU Misn caif nopcTH SECOXD FEATURES ADDED .Mama Loves Papa EXDS TODAY "ABOVE "DELIGHTFULLT SUSPICION" DAXGEROUS' Postpone Action On Beauty Parlors EDMONTON, June Alberta cabinet has decided to de- fer action until the next full caucus of Social Credit members on any nropcsed code for regulating beauty parlors in the province. Trade and Industry Minister C. E. Gerhart i said today. A proposed code was t drawn "up last "fall and proposed among other things to prohibit ad- vertising of beautv parlor prices. It was expected the next caucus will not be held until late this year, just prior to the opening of the legislature. RCSS NAMED HEAD OF TELEPHONE BODT CALGARY. June Russ. Calgary, formerly of Leth- bridge. was elected president of the Alberta Chapter, No. 46, Telephone Pioneers of America, at the tenth general assembly. Walter K. Evans, Edmonton, was re-elected secre- tary-treasurer for the sixth consec- utive vear. Directors included G. A. Baxter, D. S. Edwards. Arthur Head and R. G. Vanderburgh. of Edmonton, and A. M. jttuaro of Leshbridge. wounded tunberwolf. When she contained in a r( sair the loO-noand wolf skulking i Wednesday by tht. about her yard Mrs. Metzler shoe gates to the third international con- at him from a window with her veaiion of the United Packinghouse husband's rifle. 1 Workers of America (C.I.O.) The animal was not dead, so she request said the resolution, waited inside until her husband came home some time later, llr. Metzler fired at it, but his bullet went wide and the ivolf lunged at >iim A second shot Soiled wounded arimal before is reached "strikes at the very heart of the democratic principles of govem- ment." The convention. which claims SSf.S3S.VSWE 23WS jointly convicted American prisoners. slaying two said Thomas F. Lawson V.-SLS fined S100 and ai-d costs in provincial police cour; wo; at Winnipeg for making false state- another five years. Hector McNeil.. id wav of life throughout the DMaaruy.fr ortd. is to continue its work for stethat hplsArari- can prisoners were shoe by Ger- raents to the wartime prices and foreign said -Ji Ua trade board. The crown charged house of commons. i froS One of soldiers felt j ust te Ssf hid- den. They continued their, aearcb i tior-s prevailing in f i tViil-iiiUCVi. CiiCJ-i. 54 i and a certain spot. Oar.aoa. om> to ;ocal workman to man S.S. troops as stationary tar- old fisherman, was vears In penitent Evicted at S, Prof. Ernst Freund. 82-year-old cancer researcher, died in London. bills dropixKl out. The money was seized under foreign exchange regu- Canada and in the States, went on record as endors- ing the campaign of the Canadian Congress of Labor "'which has the aim of reducing the work week to 40 hours In order to spread employ- ment and of increasing wage rates to give Canadian workers adequate living standards-" Louis the drug Vets Eager To Enter Poor House MCSTRCSE. Colo.. June 7 Second Great War veterans here are trying to get into the poor house. The county farm and poor house, long vacant, were sold this week for and the new owners plan to use it for housing. USE VACANT ARMY HUTS FOR STAMPEDE VISITORS CALGARY, June army huts at Mevrata and Currie will "be used by the Exhibition board as sleening facilities for tourists visiting Calgarv during Stampede Week. J. Charles Yule, general manager of the board, said Thurs- day. U.S. BILL TO EXEMPT PRESS CO-OPERATIVES June bill to exempt mutual news-gather- ing agencies from, provisions of United States anti-trust laws was _ endorsed by two newspaper pub- lishers and a journalism professor' but was opposed by the justice de- partment. Testifying before a house i judiciary subcommittee in support of the measure were Senator Clyde H. Reed fRep_ publisher of the Parsons (Kas.} Sun; J. Albert Dear, -Jr., editor and president of the Jersev Journal, ersey City. N_, and Dr. Frederick Siebers, professor of journalism at the University of Illi- nois. CHRYCD FLOORS Cleaned, Waxed and Polished. Estimates free. PHONE 2569. GIVEN 19 TEARS MONTREAL, June Jean Marcel Brunet, captured last month after one of the most intense manhunts in Montreal police history, was sentenced by Judge Rene" Theberge here, to 19 years in the penitentiary. He was convicted of possessing a revolver illegally, theft of a taxi and a detective's automo- bile and of two armed robber- ies. DENY AID FROM MOSCOW LONDON, June The Daily Herald, principal organ of the Labor government, denied, in reply to an allegation by former British Fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley. thai, it had received finan- cial aid from the Soviet goi-ern- ment. __ __ would be banned June 71 founder of recommendation that Calgary and that the management, had ar- -hain "which" bears donate a site for the proposed 5100.- ranged to compensate waiters for 000 headquarters for the Canadian any loss incurred. National Institute for the Blind at T-he Pere Marquetie railway said j second congress as Toronto with a in "Cleveland it would become a j decoration that concessions to P'-g' do Road 10 cha n "Washington. A six-foot, titree-inch sturgeon, weighing 103 pounds, was captured five miles south of Walkerton ,by six mea who trapped it using a stretch of woven wire fence as a the "onhwest comer of Gladstone road and 10th S-r. N.V.'.. was adopted by the city lands committee. An article In Moscow's Izvestia Forty French farmers, chosen by the French Agricultural Union. left Pans Friday for the Cnited States where they will spend six months studying American agncul t u r a 1 ne- i said the Soviet Cnion considers that niethods- __ j establishment of normal diolomanc Edmonton police are dragging the relations with Argentina would be j The Norwegian government an- North Saskatchewan River for the bodv of a young woman who" they "believe jumped from the high level bridge. The War Assets Corporation has sold 115 prefabricated huts at Ed- monton airport to the city of Ed- monton- troops to British-occupied Germany in accordance with an understand- in the interests of peace and secur- i Bounced that it would send 4.000 ity. The Saskatchewan goverrucen' will construct 883 miles of roads! in the province this year. Highway Minister J. T. Douglas told an audi- ence at Rosetown. Tne Swedish parliament voted to Lawrence SSedch of Winnipeg, exempt the Nobel Foundation from agricultural expert with a TT.N.S. j all taxation ana a spokesman. 10. w3. _..-.._--_ -a- ndaion saicl tne action R.A. mission to the Ukraine wheat- growing area. that all signs in the area indicate drought. From 600 to 700 Chinese have been Jailed by Indonesians near Tangerang, 20 miles west of Ba- the foundation said the would mean adding 40.COO Swedish j crowns (approximately SlO.OOO UJS.' funds i to each Nobel prize, effective in 194S. An estimated Japanese n ui. _ _ tavia. and a thoosand others are mines aanic in the Pacirc nave held cantive outside the gutted vil- been clas5ifiea as a conunaal, threat to shipping. Sis ships, it was reported, have been damaged by mines since The national executive committee of the American lage of Kesambi, a few miles farther west. STore than 1.500 have enlisted since the announcement of the terms of service in the peacetime I" advises Sydney woman. Jtscanmcniis old remedy "I suffered far yeers from kidney trouble teitlmut geKimf much re- lief. To fa I triedG'm Pflfs. Afier taking! boxes I felt very much tm- authorities that she had them. democracy. A TS-year-old widow and an 18- rear-old bov have applied for a marriage license at Louisa. Ky. The applicants are Mrs. Mattie Lyons i Large and Deibert Sprouse. 1 Chesterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and demothed on or off the premises. Ready for use in sir hours. ___ COtOR-BRTTE CLEANERS f hone 25S9 Nisht or Day Gin Pills help remove the acids thar can cause aches and pain. Sold fay all drnsjasts on i r-back" basis. Use "ibcir aieric. Regwtar 4O fit, PiHs voted to R.C.AJ1. last April 15. but vacancies award the Legions DBtingmshed stiU exist for airmen in j Serrtce Medal to Cordeil Hull. J. ground trades. Edgar Hoover. Maj.-Cen. Lewis 3. _ j Hershey and Bob Hope. Food ministrv experts believe bread rationing in Britain will be j A country-wioe work stoppage, necessary but a final decision is! scheduled for Friday in F.o..est riot likelv to be made for three or against rising living costs, has been four weeks called oS by the Mexican Federation __ i of Labor in response to an. appeal Dr. Ronald Watson Beach charged by President Avila Camacao. neglect of dutv in connection with the death of Mrs. Ross Irene i Beulah Cohen. 20-year-old Jewish Soucy. was freed at Prince girl announcer for the illegal Stern B C when "Mr Justice A. M. Harper j gang's secret radio station, in Jerus- directed an assize court jury to bring alem was sentenced to concurrent in a verdict of "not guilty." terms of seven years' imprisonment _ I for illegal possession 01 arms and A TJ.S. army helicopter, its engine j two years for operating an illegal dead, dropped from feet at j radio. (In the U.S.A. ask for Gino Pills) MINES SIGN AGREEMENT REGINA. June mines in the Estevan-Bienfait coal fields. 120 miles southwest of here have signed agreements with the United Mine Workers of America District i 18. (AF.L.) it was learned Thurs- day. Present rates of pay and con- ditions in effect will remain until iJune 30, 1947. Dayton. O-. without damage to the craft or injury to its pilot. Claude A. Jagger. former assistant The first mobile dental clinic has left Edmonton for the Peace River country and a second will leave in BRAKE FLUID DOES A BETTER JOB TJirongh greater extremes of heat ssad cold from decrees Fahrenheit to -SO decrees below zero. CHRYCO SUPER BRAKE FlUID retains its fluid state! Contributes to safer drivinsr. The best safeguard for brakes zjrainst wear and corrosion, hn- and by Chrysler. Available from jonr Chrysicr- Pls-moaih-Farco.orDodse-DeSoto dealer. Specify CHRYCO SUPER BRAKE FLUID and be sire.- What CHRYCO means CHRYCO is a trade name coined front Pans and accessories bearing this trademark are by the snen design Chrysler Ply- nosth, Doa ge atxl DeSoio motor cars. Fargo and Dodge trccks and Industrial EMGIMEEJtCD AND t "Where d'y'think you're goin' 1o a breakfast of malty-rich, golden-brown Grape-Nuts CHRYSLER CORPORATION OF CJLNADA, LIMITED PARTS-DIVISION WINDSOR ONTARIO "So help me. I am, And every time I thxnS: of that elegant, nut-like taste of Post's Grape-Nuts Flakes, my foot just stamps down on the "Well keep goin' then, brother! And m tag along for a bowlful myself. On this job I need those carbohydrates for energy; proteins for muscle; phos- phorus for teeth and bones; iron lor the blood; and other food "Grape-Nuts Flakes are good all right! That's because they're made of two grains wheat and malted barley. And specially blended, baked and toasted for golden-brown, deli- cious cnspness and easy digestion." -We'll polish off one of those giant economy packages." FOR YOUR HOME-MADE PIES CAKES T R y ELLISON'S "ROYAL PASTRY" ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR COMPANY LTD. Millers of Fine Quality Flour for 38 Tears. DANCE Lake Pavilion TONIGHT AND EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT STEVE SMEREK AND HIS ROYAL ALBERTANS LUNCH COUNTER AND SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE in the rinse CLOTHES TURNING YELLOW! Frequent washings -will never fade them nor torn them yellow if you add a swish or two of Reckitt's Blue to thefinal rinse on wash day. It costs so little (a cent or two a month) and it makes such a eace in the appearance of your white thiagsi COLIN HEDDERICK 106 McFarland Lethbridge Phone 3815: Res. 219S RECKITTS BLUE PREVENTS CLOTHES TURNING YELLOW ON THE CAPITOL STAGE NEXT WEEK. JEAN GAULD'S ANNUAL DANCE REVUE PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all makes of washers and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES SERVICE 317-Sth St. S. Alf Calhoun Bruce Durfee OPEN Oar new boiler, and shop ss cow open and we are accepting orders Jor BOILER REPAIRING PRESSURE AND'GENERAL WELDING We have portable equipment for all work. It is our to manufac- ture low pressure heating boilers steel ar.d equJpnieni are available. Liberty Welding Boiler Works I402-2nd Ave. S. Phone 3921 B. L. A. Johnston CAPITOL TODAY AND SAT. AK0Y XHIGHT IEOHA80 V SIMMOHS TODAY AND SAT. HCTUSJ Hit HOPALONG CASSIDY In No. 2