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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WectiKef Fi CLEAft KOX VOL. 151. LETHBRIDGE.. ALBERTA, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1946 12 PAGES Final Wheat I Britain's victory Parade Italian Mobs Seek Pay 12 Cents OTTAWA, June The average final payment to western wheat growers on 44 wheat participation certifi- cates will be approximately 12 cents a. Trade Minister MacKinnon announced today in the commons. Mr. MacKinnon said the sur- plus on the 1943-44 Canadian wheat board account totals ap- proximately which on deliveries of bushels will provide an average final payment of approximately 12 cents a bushel. PAYMENTS Aciual payment on 1943-44 certi- ficates will begin as soon as the barley equalization payment and the Ontario wheat Sour equalization payments are completed, Mr. Mac- Kinnon added. Requisition forms. upon which producers list their 1943-44 certi- ficates for forwarding to the wheat board for payment, will be dis- tributed through country elevators within a week or 10 days' time. -Mr. MacKinnon said: "In connection with the surplus on the 1943-44 board account, it is necessary to mention that on sales in the domestic market, the inten- tion is that there shall be no loss or gain as far as the producer is wheat is sold at SL25 per bushel, basis No. 1 North- ern, in store Fort William. Port Arthur or Vancouver, with the Do- minion government a.-s.siinifntr carrv- ing charges. 1943-44 wheat for ex- port was sold over a period of ap- proximately a year and a half, com- mencing in October. 1S43." MORE RAPID PAYMENT He added that it was expected payment; on the 1943-44 board ac- count; will be more rapid" than the payment on participation certificates for 1940-41. 1941-42 and 1942-43. In these latter crop years, about Sve to six million participa- tion certificates were outstanding and approximately 20 per cent bad been lost or misplaced, retarding- the rate at which payment could be made. In the 1943-44 payment, there will be fewer lost certificates and the payment- should proceed much more Polkc In Seeking Body Missing Trapper DALTOX MILLS, Onu June 11. expended bullets and tracks around the spot where they were found spurred police today in a search la locate the body of Dan Tessier. 34-year-old trapper and sawmill fireman, iKissing since he left his lonely trapping shack near here last Tuesday. The bullets were found late Sun- day by a group of boys who were pressed into service by provincial police officials as a search party to scour the banks of the river. While policy deny having any suspect in mind in connection the case, they have been holding for questioning 21-year-old Emile: Bouchard, also of this Aigoina dis- j trict settlement. Bouchard, a ne- phew of the missing man. has been j sought for 17 months as an army; deserter. Police questioned him all day yesterday. Burn Communist HQ IT Raging Monarchists Engage in Large-Scale Figntinf fUW for With Police in Discontent at Ont., Manitoba Beet Work OTTAWA. Jur.e ii rapidly. Approximately partici- pation certificates are involved ia the 1943-44 payment: and it is esti- mated thai; about cheques will be issued. Lasc year some areas in southern Saskatchewan and southeastern Al- berta, very "poof crops and in some points in Saskatchewan very low yields per acre were har- vested in 1943 as well. In making payment; on 1943-44 participation certificates, the wheat board will arrange to make payment Sist'in these areas. Later John Bracken, Progressive Conservative leader, asked when cheques would be sent and the min- ister said "in about; 10 days time." 40 Deaths Is Holiday Toll Dominion The detachment of Canadian Army troops marching in the Victory Day parade are pictured as they wheeled pas; Victoria Memorial at the head of The Mall, after passing the reviewing Canadian Aimy Overseas Photo; Herald Engraving. Delay in Proclaiming Monarchy NAPLES. June (A.P.) raging mob'of mon- archists Molotov cocktails began attempts to- ___ _ ___ night to burn down, the six-storey Communist headquart- r aanoaaced .Mon- j ers buiidingr after two hours of large-scale fighting with day in the commons an additional i i foTwork The' suSar LARGE SCALE RIOTING beet industry in acd Mam- pQME. June huge monarchist demon- Replying .to questions, last Xx straiion in Naples flared tonight into large scale riot- in which police and troops turned rifles and automatic Ul liAjiicrii K.V I.AJ tsirr j t m in Ontario and 200 to Manitoba. weapons Of. me croiVQ. Mr. Mitchell said ne understood jn a crowd of 100.000 marched on the Viminale were palace where the government was silting: and vented their fields. Their transfer :o that discontent at the cabinet's in oroclaiming an end to had been arranged between the Dominion and provincial govern- nnents. i He added that these addi- j tions the number of prisoners :n 1 Ontario. Manitoba and Alberta r.vx 1 would be 1.222. 1.650 and 1.449, re- t spectively. j base where the King took the salute. Spectators jammed nook and cranny along the pro- cession route for the monster parade celebrating victory. (By The Canadian Press.) Sixteen persons drowned in Canada, at the King's birthday weekend and 24 others met vio- lent death in various ways. Three multiple drownings and two slayings Vere reported. Four United States fishermen presumed drowned near Sault Ste. Marie, Ont_ four other United States anglers were drowned at Rondeau Park on the shore of Lake Erie, and three boys at Hawkesbunr, Ont. GROCER KIULEO A Montreal grocer, Mas Barshaw. was shot by an intruder in his store and died in hospital. "At Toronto, police said murder was indicated in the discovery of a new-bom baby's body -with tiie heaci crushed in. apparently with a heavy hammer used to dotm the body. The death list included 12 tranic fatalities, one asphyxiation, an ac- cidental shooting, a death in a street Sght and a death from injuries suf- fered in an explosion. Thirtv-two of the deaths occur- red in Ontario, 10 in, the Toronto area alone. Five oersons were killed in Quebec, all in the Montreal area. The Maritimes had one accident fanner fatally injured when trampled by a colt at Truro. 16 MEET DEATH IN IOWA HOTEL FIRE; 23 ARE STILL MISSING QUITS EXILE N.S_ In British Columbia. Miller, 25, tVfO and Miller. of injuries in a collision between a motorcycle and an automobile. TRUMAN VETOES CASE LABOR DISPUTES BILL WASHINGTON, June Truman vetoed the Case labor disputes bill today because, he said, it would compel men to work for private em- ployers "in a peacetime democ- Declaring that the measure "strikes at symptoms and ignores underlying- causes'" of -work stoppages. Mr. Truman added in HOUSE UPHOLDS VETO WASHINGTON, June house of representatives today upheld President Tru- man's veto of the Case labor disputes bill, thereby killing the measure at least temporarily. The vote was 135 to uphold the veto and 255 to override the president and fell five short of the two-thirds majority requir- ed for keeping the legislation alive for senate action on the veto. a message that end- ed more than a week of specu- lation: "Strikes against private em- The Left Hand Corner. Reader's Digest Pear Shaped Pigs A Talk With Queen Mary's Purser. plovers can not fce ended by legislative "decree- Men can not be forced in peacetime democ- racy to work for a private em- ployer under compulsion." MAJOR PROVISIONS Major provisions of ihe Case bill included the creation of a federal mediation board, restrictions against any strike or lockout while the board sought solution of "a labor dispute; a prohibition on secondary boy- cotts; and provision for court suits against employers or labor organ- izations violating collective bargain- ing contracts. The president coupled his veto with a renewed plea for his own emergency strike control plan, for a senate-house study of the whole Seld of labor relations and for GRAND MUFTI Of Jerusalem, who left France. his home of exile, Saturday, but his whereabouts is a mystery- Toil in Two Hotel Fires Last Week Totals 76 DUBUQUE, la.. June death toll in a tragic fire at the Canfield hotel went to 16 today as investigation was started in an effort to determine the cause of the blaze which swept through the 200-rooin structure shortly after midnight Sunday. The 16th fatal victim of the fire was Mrs. William Canfield, 73, wife of the hotel owner. Her husband was taken dead from the ruins Sunday. She died in hospital of third" degree barns. BOMBSHELL East To Get Less Coal TojBO p OTTAWA. June the Allhonih the eisht streets leading to the Piazza Del Popolo were guarded by policemen armed with submachine sruns, rifles and short black clubs, the Republican demonstration was marked by no incidents. A treat cheer arose when the republican white and sreen perpendicular bars with- out the shield of the House of raised over the Viminale palace for the first time. FIRING BEGINS in an to cat the A news agency dispatch the cabinet; deeded thai De Gaspen :s !sunedistely toj assume the flections of head, of. the siate. FEAR CIVIL WAR Government officials, admlt- iinj civil war was a possibility, deployed heavy police and mili- tary "forces to guard against violence. The disnjay of armed might was the greatest since the war. Premier Aicide De Gasperi's cabl- Isngthy IgunSre. Naples police and troops in full Minister Howe annouac- war kii and nearly all ar 3u- spokesmen. aHeg- fouV election irresularirles, declared not leave Italy sis defea; -was 17TH DEATH DUBUQUE, la., June discovery of the badly burned body of an unidentified man, with a charred prayer book in his hand, raised to 17 today the number of persons who" in the swept through the 200-room Canfield hotel early Sunday. ed Monday in trie commons coal conservation measure ing the amoun; of coal a consumer ehicies with sirens wailiag. recap- 1 coagruous would be effective In Ontario. Que- i bee and the Maritimes. of Giuseppe Arab Govt. For Palestine Urged BLIJDAJC. Syria. June II. The Arab League received a pro- posal for the establishment of an Arab government; In Palestine and for British withdrawal from, the Holy Land. The proposal was submitted to the leagues extraordinary session here at a time when spokesmen for the delegates said they did not fcnow the whereabouts of the former Grand Mufii of Jerusalem, one of the too figures in the Arab world. LEAVES FRANCE Haj Amin Al Husseini. former tared the armored cars. nareu m -here The march in Rome began the i m a clash between ionstrators and the police Monday "iieial ex- fiepublican today per cent of a consumer's normal re- j of 1 against the continued, presence of quirements of class "A" fueL The vtaunale _ _ and" jixite" the gov- i consumer may take anotner 20 per j i -VERY E cent in lower grade fupls, giving j communist, ar.arcr.sst and social-' oCxal. Giuseppe Spa.aro. him 80 per cent of his nonrai sup- ist banners mingled frith republican unceiseeretary of ce: ply before that date. tricolors among the marchers. scr.bed tfce_ overad as The minister said it may be nee- Roalta enjoined the crowd, how- monarchists oigns result. a Grand Mufti and spiritual leader j a 100." .23 PERSONS MISSING Three of the dead remained un- identified and 23 persons still were reported missing by the Red Cross. Fifteen more were in the hospital. While officers held off further search for bodies on orders of Deputy State Fire Marshal Zach Cook, who said the walls were "dan- gerously sagging." the Red Cross continued a radio appeal for all persons who were registered at the hotel Saturday night, to reoort, to the Red Cross. An investigation has been sched- uled to determine the cause of the blaze, which apparently started in the basement. SCENES OF HORROR The blaze was hours by 75 firemen and there were scenes of horror and, heroism. Firemen said the screams they heard from flaming hotel windows of trapped inmates begging for help as firemen arrived were terrible. Fire Capt. Harold Cosgrove said he would never forget the sounds of those screams if he "lived to be JUSTICE R. H. JACKSON Cf the U.S. Sunreme Court, who publicly assailed Justice Hugo Black for his "bullying tactics" at Nuern- b3rg. Judicial Feud Stirs Washington WASHINGTON, June 11. (A.P.) The unprecedented spectacle of one United States supreme court justice publicly assailing another stunned offi- cial AVashini-ton today, but sev- eral lawmakers held it lead to restoring what they tenn the "lost dignity" of the tribunal. The bombshell which Justice of Palestine's Arabs, left France, his home of exile, last Saturday. Observers nresumed he would come to Bludan immediately for the Firemen spread nets immediatly upon their arrival and 30 nersons leaped to safety in them: "others came down fire ladders and fire Arab session, but there has been no escapes. Two persons died when they official report of his arrival any- i leaped and either missed the nets, a long-smolder- ing: judicial feud out into the open, and these influential law- ures. if the coal supply does not improve. essaxy to take "more severe" aaeas- ever, not to march on. the royal pal- position face where King Humbert was con- ATOM BOMB IS PROBLEM ferrins with hii counsellors, still re-1 solution was found quicsly. fusing to give up the throne and! the country. j HEADS GROW "WINNIPEG. Jure "We march there together to- "WINNIPEG. Jure the tune of Marseillaise another! Ales Cox of Holand, was in- time." he snouted. I stalled late yesrerday as new presj- T-vCice tne harassed premier. Al- i cent of the Manitoba conference of cide De Gasperri. chased back, and I taa United church succeeding 3cv. forth between the Quinnal Palace. Philip Barker. Mr. Cox has been the and Ift2 virai" secretary of the conference for ihe Canada, saici today "the phy- i sical possession of already available atomic energj' imposed upon this continent the_ greatest respoasi- i bilisy in our history." I In an addresi "prepared for de- liverv before the Quebec Rotary TALKS DEADLOCKED IN LAKE SEAMEN STRIKE plant, the finished products With neffotiations be- tween the Canadian Seamen's Union and ship owners new efforts are expected to be ia_anched of atomic energ5be- today on an informal basis to settle the strike which has comes overwhelmui2ly our problem.1, halted than 100 ships. u Yesterday's developments, flowmjr from a series of ne" of which would be stag- j meetings including- one in which union otiicers par- y itself. We have the mam ticipated, showed a continued cleavage between the two ?arties and a difference of opinion on what the issues are in the strike, now in its third week. either on genng b have the mam responsibility for preventing the destruction of the Tiorid by atomic warfare. A third could be duty to see thar atomic energv is utilizied to the full in peaceful Wars sponsored meeting said the reduc- EO that the incredible" opportunities i ths seamen's workins cay it offers, for lightening the labor from 12 to eight hours was no longer REACH DEADLOCK The Dominion Marine association in a statement on the operatec- said the reduc- makers thought this could be a 'of the peoples of the worid, are aE issue. The one major :_ in__ _._n___j h-aH Tn. Hrt where in the eastern Mediterran- ean. One informant. asked whether Husseini would head the proposed iieiu Ui jauur ana icr ...x, enactment of his long-stalemated Arab government, replied. That s a tn hn dpplden. Wfi navC domestic legislative program. "The fact that we are faced with an emergency which does justify the passage of temporary legisla- question yet to be decided. We have no official information of the whereabouts of the Mufti." An advisor for one the Arab or struck the edges. The death toll in the Dubuque behind the bench fire brought to 76 persons who have an good thing in the Ion? run. properly realized. Specifically, they said privately. congress may order a complete overhaul of court procedure m an effort, to minimize on lost lives in hotel fires in two cities in four days. Last Wednes- at the quickly-spreading fire La Salic hotel. Chicago. QUEBEC HOTEL FIRE ington circles buzzed more immediate speculation over whether Justices Jackson and Black in- tended to continue on the high bench, despite a virtual state of war between them. Three Albertans, Former P.O.W.'s Receive Mentions OTTAWA. June to Canadian army personnel who were ties on any large scale. When the operators met yester- day they iiad before them a settle- ment plan advanced by the union last week calling for immediate adoption of the eight-hour day, ____ recognition of the G-3-TT- as sole bad to be settled aefore snips bargainmg agency for all lake ships j steamed freely on ihe inland water- arc of charges againss way was the cernasd that seamen involved in strike cbsturb- it be sole bargaining agency for an asces. The union responded with a STOIBLING BLOCK men: that the companies stiii: The main olocfe. it to recognize a "ser.uine Feared, tras yie union aemanc icr soie nznz :o represent lake seasien. The choice of a union, the operators NORTHWEST EUROPE cieht-hour eight hours ofT. the exchange bv war of releases there "apDearerf little to the rr.ei selves and the owners coaid interfere. said, was a matter which by law of an imanediaie re of conferences the two par- he declared. FACE QUICK DECISION The house- which passed the Case bill 230 to than the two- thirds majority necessary to over- ride a a quick decision on- the labor question. Failure to override there would kill the bill. But it the house re- Lecgue to provide S40.000.000 during the next years to finance the j proposed Arab government and also 10 heln prevent the sale of Pales- tine land bv Arabs to Jews. OFFICIAL "SILENCE PARIS. June mys- tery of the Grand Mufii of Jerusa- lem and his disappearance from No one was injured in the blaze as the guests had sufficient time to i escape from the building. Loss was cred up facts" in the the ponal-to- portal mine pay case in which not estimated Immediately. verses the president by the neces- i France was hidden in official Ml- I sary margin, the veto' then would j ence. go to the senate, again a! A minor functionary at the sur- Ban Marriages In tajr. law partner if United TX7RNEY. Allan Henderson. Cap- Canadian Armoured Unseemly Places represented the Workers Justice Jackson addressed complaint to the senate and house j of representatives judiciary com- i i mittee Mosi house members said a William Anderson. (posthumous The Corps Canadian Engineers. Ed- tenant of ROOKE. Gerald Ario. Canadian WHEREVER it goes with its magic formula, the Reader's Digest seems to attract, an Instantaneous and highly profitable following, reirtgrks an ar New York Times. In 1944 people every month bought the ma- gazine and doubtless several times that number read it. The British edition is the largest selling shilling magazine in England. Spar.lsh edition is the largest Sng Spanish-language magazine the world. Ditto for the Portuguese, Finnish, Arabic and Danish tions. PCAR SHAPED PIGS (T. R. Henry, in Toronto Telegram) Pear-shaped pigs are hPing de- i thirds. i 1 Csing dispassionate language. Mr. Frar.ce without giving Pr not the faii it would disDassior'te lan-masrp M- jFrar.ce without giving tne amance ministers not to soler an conceded" Damages in_ places, or under iJH "in the sincere belief that i that detract. Jroir remedy certain exjsung STILL A MYSTERY LONDON. June II.- that view. He called the "a false start sanctity of the ceremony. i in a on the perform- f C" oj ance of marriages the assemblv tVlTlO" Ol" olflm have gor.eied that of marriage ought to be sn a suitable place, pref-i last weekend. sr.H was a mystery erab'y the church. Corps. recommendation for a full-dress j review of court procedure is a dis- r-itinct posEibihtj. Tha. the. added.' OVERNIGHT AIRMAII 1 could lead to new rules for the tn- r AllUfiail, buna! to follow, particular i BRITAIN TO AMFRIfA solemnize regard to disqualifying 'justices wl r, i from participating m decisions T _ under certain circumstances. i June H-.CP. Cablei Ear! of general. the Imoerw.: Press Conference today soon be rom the today to both the British and French This acuon followed criticism last on permanent lesisiauon ar.d said st quickly passed the president's gency bill in the form he asked, but the senate deleted the section authorizing him to craft men into the armv if they defy presidential Palestine government if he appear- of Vancouver was the chief critic i ed in the mandate. M 1 XT 1 New Ruler Named BANGKOK, June Kin? Ananda Mahidol. old ruler of Siam. was found dead cf a bnllft Sunday in the royal palace, and 12 hours later the Siamese lesislature signed by the U.S. agricultural de- back-to-work orders partment scientists. On their draft- ing boards are plans for a porker that is long and thin but with big hips to give more and better bacon and ham. less lard. Also being de- veloped are eggs izrith harder shells, THE LEFT HAND (Continued on Page Four.) This change