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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Ms (MA. Favor Lowering Tariffs TORONTO, June Cana- dian manufacturers today had for consideration a recommendation that thej- should take the lead in seekirjg a lowering of tariffs- J. B. Carswell, former munitions department executive and now- a business consultant in Washing- tea, made the suggestion in luncheon address at the annual convention of the Canadian Manu- Association, Mr. Carswell said increased Im- ports were essential to sound busi- ness. Lower tariffs were necessary to expanded Import trade and they would only come if they were sought by as the traditional opponents of low tariffs. William L. Batt. Philadelphia, former chairman of the combSned raw materials board, appealed for co-operation betHeen Canada and the United States on the basis adopted during the war. Mr. Carswel. in a new approach to the problems of international trade, said it was in the manufac- turers' interest that imports should exceed exports. The theory that an excess of exports meant a favor- able balance had been outdated and Canada with the United States now had become a creditor instead of a debtor nation. Vast export now being extended by the govern- ment could only be repaid fay the importation of goods from overseas countries. "The truth is that this whole con- tinent has been living for the last 50 vears in an anti-iaiDort atmos- phere." Mr. Carswell said. "The average manufacturer shuns the very thought of imports and the average twlitician likes the subject BtiU less." We, as a creditor on this continent, after the terrible lesson we learned in 1931-32. are still talk- ing of a favorable balance of trade when our exports exceed our iaioorts when, as a matter of fact, such a balance is unfavorable." EXCHANGE TO OL.OSE WINNIPEG, 'June The Winnipeg Grain Ex- change will close June 10 in. of the King's observance birthday. Good Wage. Urged By Manufacturers TORONTO, June Ca- nadian Association in a statement on employer-em- ptoyee relations today declared sup- port for "good wage standards." freedom of organization of employ- ees on an open shop basis and col- lective bargaining. The association's labor declara- tion came from a closed business session of the 73th annual conven- tion. The statement uas described as a re-affirmation of a previously adopted policy. In its preamble the statement said a high standard of living for Canadians was de- pendent on a high level of produc- tion which would give a fair mum from which wages and dividends might be Baiel. Harffiosious co-opr- ation between employers and em- ployees was essential. Both employers and employees should regard continuity of service to the public as the Srst considera- tion. Provisions of every agree- ment should be faithfully observed. SMALLER POPULATION WITHOUT IMMIGRATION TOROSTO, June immigrants of foreign extraction are admitted to Canada the natural population increase in the next 45 years be only Anthony Hiynka, Social Credit member, of parliament for VegrertUe, told the I ia the province, that _ Ukrainian Canadian Congress here! be permitted in provincial penal Changes In Penal System Urged RBG1KA, June Dr. M. C. Shumiatcher, legal adviser to the Saskatchewan government, Tuesday presented a brief to the Saskatche- wan penal commission urging that corporal punishment be abolished last night. "Thas. means that by 1990. If un- aided. by immigration. Canada's total population would amount, to he said. "From 1990 on, according to calculations of the Dominion Bureau of Statistics, our population will decline in numbers." The Dominion's comparatively institutions and that bars be re- moved from jail -sacdoxs. He said the used "extensively" as the federal peni- tentiary at Prince Albert was a "medieval instrument of torture.' Northwest Line To Fly Orient? EVJ31BIT, Wassh, June Rep. Henry Jackson (D, said 'Wednesday he "understood" that Northwest Airlines was to be awarded the north Pacific-Orient air route by the Civil Aeronautics Board, with alternate lines tia Can- ada and the Pacific Northwest. He told newsmen he Sad no offi- cial word of such an award but that his information was from Washington sources. Under the expected award, oae I Witnesses Of Atom Bomb Test OTTAWA, June official observer party of three will leave here Sunday for San Fran- cisco where they -soil embark to wit- ness the atomic bomb tion July and August 1 at Bikini atoll in the South Pacific.! Official government observers: j Air Vice xfarshaii W. ON THE CAPITOL STAGE NEXT JEAN GAULLVS ANNUAL DANCE REVUE CJB., OSS.. Ottawa, retired mem- her of the AH- council for Research and DeYelopmeat- Maj.-Gen. Robert M. Lason, CJSJB., M.C.. St. Thomas, Oat., cU- Vi tV- VWA t. tj Ok Chief Constable Duncan -Me- of the lines, he said, would cross, rector of Medical Services at ougall of Regina, the com- j Canada from Chicago or Si. Paui'cadian Military headquarters 1 LOHdOZl. Dougall of Regina mission he was not entirely in favor I via The other would ex- small population made u necessary of the new act in she provincial tend north from to Anchor- to operate on a small scale and legislature which required that; age and" across the so-caUed Great! Official press observer: Maj. Kecior Swwart. former Van- opporiunities were fewer. Persons j opinion of the chief probation of- i born and educated in Canada were ficer be sought before a juvenile forced to leave for more attractive- fields and never returned. MBS. STCTCHBUKT DIES EDMONTON, June Howard Siutchburr. 70, who came to Canada from her native Ireland 65 years ago and had been a resi- dent of Edmonton for the last 44 years, died in hospital today fol- could be charged with other than an indictable offence in juvenile court. Czechs In Poland, Hungary Starving PRAGUE. June Secii- Circle route to the Orient. NEWS NOTES couver newspaoeraian at present with Army Public Belauons as de- fence headquarters. The three observers will witaess 1 the tests in a civilian capacity. Keid up at the point of a revol- tieia up as tee or a revoi- 11 n Bntons iaclude a son, Srart, of Westloci. Alta.. and two sisters. Mrs. George Clarkson ?nd Mrs. B. B. Spicer of Toronto. INQUEST ORDERED RED DSSR. Alia.. June Coroner Dr. C. R. Bunn has ordered be-ween an inquest into the death of Allan of Freight Handlers On Strike, Waterways WATERWAYS. Alta.. June of the Mackenzie River Freight Handlers Local No. 1 went death was aoi immediately deter- have been deprived of food rations in some instances and than some have starved to death under the Polish administration ia Upper Si- lesia. These accusations were made in the midst. dragnet, Marcel Meleshko was" rob- Second War Toll A press survey of 14 Anr-ericaril LONDON. June shown in Japanese theatres total cf 357.115 Bntocs were since March 1 showed a western im Second Greai War, official picture. Tail in the Saddle." she. figures disclosed todav. of these, 264.443 were !s the merchant navy and Sshing fleers. 1.206 were in the home guard anc; 624 in the women's auxiliary ser- box office Air Commodore Prank Whittle, 37-year-old designer of the jet en- _ _ gine. has been appointed technical j vices. Van Slyke, a frar veteran whom po- lice thought was intoxicated when they found him lying in the street. who later died in the jail cell where they placed him. Cause of on strike Wednesday at this end of j mined, steel in northern Alberta demand- ing a 15 per cent wage increase. No other details of the strike were available. Waterways is at the northern end of the Northern Alberta Railway where goods are transported from HEAD-ON TRAIN CRASH LA GRANGE, Ore.. June BT TBAGTOR MAPLE CREEK, Sask.. June 6 William J. Jaxton. 44. was in- stantly Soiled yesterday when a trac- tor he -was driving on the Walter Boyd farm where he was employed, 28 "miles southeast, "of here, turned over and Dinned him between the tractor and the clow.- He recently returned from overseas -where he served vfiih the Regina Rifles Regi- ment. 18 months nesday made -an break at Oakalla prisoa farm here An air conference ssonsored by prisoner. Norman W. Palmer. 22. was captured in the heavy bush district cear the farm a short dis- tance from where Gordon Macro, 21. and Harry Williams. 20. were taken into custody shortly the aviation section of the Montreal Beard of Trade started today with some 250 delegates from Canada, the United states and abroad pres- official Jane Powell Ralph Bellamy Constance Moore Morton Gould Tresdw lasssz Bejwts Rats Tohy from the people of South and Eass Africa to the people of Britain largest cf its kmd ever receiv- ed from a in Liv- erpool. The food will be allocated to" air raid victims, the toys wiH go to orphanages. Eleven-year-old King Feisafc of Iraq, wearing a heavy overcoat and pink ankle-length socks, arrived m Britain to witness Saturday's Vic- torv Day celebation. A 21-gun royal sslue from Dover Castle greeted the VOUT3 monarch as his destroyer en- terec Dover harbor. British naval headquarters on Malta denied reports that plans are being made to replace Malta by Cyprus as the Royal Navy's chief Mediterranean base. Douglas Corrigan was nominated for the "United States senate from California, sliding ia unopposed on. the prohibition ticket. Low cost flying at speeds which make ft'possible for passen- gers to cross the Atlantic "with the sim" was predicted by Sir Donald Banks, head of the United King- dom delegation to the provisional International Civil Aviation Organ- ization meeting in Montreal. An increase of 145 per.cent In advertising lineage carried by Can- adian daily newspapers was shown i in Apni. compared with the same month last year, the Canadian Daily Newspapers" Association announced. also showed an increase of 13J. per cent during the first four months of 1S45. XTSTTED CHURCH IS BEHIND UNION MOVE CHCRCH APPOINTMENTS OPEN Our new boiler and welding shop is now open and we are accepting orders for BOILER REPAIRING PRESSURE AND GENERAL WELDING We have portable equipment for all work- It is our intention to manufac- ture lots- pressure heating boilers when steel and equipment are available. Liberty Welding Boiler Works I402-2nd Ave. S. Phone 3921 B. L. A. Johnston TORONTO, June si. Thompson, professor of Chris- tion theology and philosophy of re- ligion as St. Stephens United Church College in Edmonton, has been appointed principal of the college, the United Church of Can- ada announced tocav. Rev. George B. Caird of London. Eng.. has been appointed professor of old testa- ment; language and literature He has been pastor of Eighgate Con- gregational church in London, Eng., and will arrive m Edmonton soon. TODAY TILL SATURDAY OF DESTINY" Color Cartoon Xovelty News FRIDAY BOXY TORONTO, June for j packers in connection with graded beef. Retailers claim their margin of operation is being wiped out by the recent increases made by the pack- ers with no corresponding increase in the retail prices of meat. The latter prices have to conform to the ceilings set by the Wartime Prices and Trace Board. DOUBLE WEAR AISO "NO-MARK BROWN GET THE WASH! BILTRITE BE5ATI5FIEDVWTH ANYTHING ELSE ONCE YOU RIN5O WHITENESS w YZS, gentle, soapy-rich Rsnso suds make whites gleaming white washable colors sparkling bright. But that's not all! Finest ravons and woolens come fresh and spodess din vanishes in no time from grimv workclothes because 3sew 19-16" Rinso gets out MORE FASTER! Use Rinso to save rime and work throughout the house. Get a package today! TO Will NOT SUP ASK FOX THEM If NAME RINSO GIVESTHE WHITEST WASH ;