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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta lErthltrtitur WeaiKer AXD HOT VOL. 152. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1946 10 PAGES Blast At Dam Site Photo; Herald Engraving. GIANT BLAST AT POT HOLE COULEE DAM SITE TONS OF ROCK MOVED BY DYNAMITE Object To Nude Moonlight Dances LANDOVER. Md.. June Landover citi- zens await action by Prince Georges county authorities on their complaints of nude danc- ing in the moonlight along. Landover lanes. Some 100 arous- ed citizens met in town hall Monday night to prepare letters of protest to police and county commissioners. They contend- ed that couples park in the by- ways and after petting parties, some of them become inspired to frolic about in the nude. 6.C. Operators Stand Unchanged VICTORIA. B.C., June -Sffl Position of the lumber operators in the 28-day-old strike of Bri- tish Columbia woodworkers remain- ed unchanged following a meeting Chief Justice Gordon Sloan today. "We sHU Stan? on our acceptance of the Sloan award of June said R. V. Stuart, representing the operators. "Our attitude is un- changed." The jurist proposed 15 cents an hour increase, 44-hour week and voluntary dues check-off, and these were accepted by operators-and re- jected by the union, which demand 25 cents increase, 40-hour week and union security. The chief justice -who haa thrice previously tried to bring disputants together, issued the following state- ment at the conclusion of today's meeting: "A representative group of oper- ators met me this morning at my request and our discussions con- cerned the interpretation I put upon the check-off clause in my terms of settlement of June first." "That is exactly how I would describe it.'' remarked Mr. Stuart. The operators delegation returned to Vancouver this afternoon. Meanwhile. Premier John Hart announced the provincial cabinet- will meet a delegation of trekking International Woodworkers of Am- erica 'C.C.K) Friday afternoon. First contingent of the marchers, ex- pected to number 7.000, is schedul- ed to reach Victoria at 2 pjtn. Friday. "WALTZING MATILDA" ARRIVES AT DARWIN DARWIN', Australia. June f Halifax bomber "Waltzing in which Capt. Geoffrey Wikner. wartime ferry pilot, left England May 2-J with his wife, two children and 14 uassen- gers. arrived Tuesday from Borneo, after having completed the 13.000- mile flight in 59 hours flying time. The pilot bought the surplus bomber after he found it difficult to obtain sea passages to Australia for himself and his familx-. The Left Hand Corner. Weasel New Houses. "Shot" Considered Success by Engineers in Charge of Big Job MAGRATH, June Reporter.) Seven thousand pounds of dynamite moved ap- proximatelr tons of rock at the site of the S400.COO East Pot Hole Coulee dam south of here Tuesday afternoon .about The dam is under construction by the New "West Construction Com- pany associated -vrith Western Con- struction Company of Edmonton and the comnahy's oSvrder man. T. Poulson. touched off the big blast. Jim Anselmo, general manager of New West Construction, in gen- eral charge and the government engineer supervising the job. "Wally" also on hand to see the masses of rock blasted away from the side of the valley. The purpose of the giant shot was to level the formation so as to ges started on the' cut-off trench for the dam keying the dam to the foundation. DAM SITE SHAKEN A hundred and fifty holes in which dynamite had been planted formed a network, for .the which was electricallv set off. At the zero second the huge charge shook the whole dam site and blew masses of earth and rock skyward. Engineers considered it a success. Fifteen to 20 tons of dynamite will be used on the Pos Hole Coulee dam job and some four carloads for the St. Mary dam job to the west. Photographers snapped the spectac- ular show, among them National Film Board cameramen and the Lethbridge Herald cameraman- Work on the big construction job is proceeding on schedule. Airshow In 'Peg On July 12 and 13 CALGARY, June the greatest airshow presented in Canada is planned in Winnipeg July 12-13. Air Vice-Marshal K. M. Guthrie announced here Tuesday. Using all planes used R.C. during the war. the exhibition is expected to rival the noted Hen- don demonstration performed by the R.A.F. in Britain. Jet propelled planes, tailless flying wings and other post-war developments of Canada and the United States will be shown. The operation will be presented in detail. Military Trucks For Farmers OTTAWA, June War Assets Corporation has an- nounced a total of used military trucks will be released shortly to fanners selected under a plan to be set up by the Canadian Federation o'f Agriculture. The federation will make allotments to each province and distribution will be directed by provincial sale com- mittees. The federation has arranged for drawings in each province to determine prospective pur- chasers. B.C.G. Is Protection Against Tuberculosis Last EffortjBroken Heads To End Rome Riots J.ap War Chief Dies To Move (By The Canadian Pi-ess.) Efforts to end the lake sea- men's strike were spurred today by reports that unless operators and the Canadian Seamen's Union (T.L.C.) reached an agreement within a few days the government would take con- trol ef all lake shipping to mote coal and grain. It was considered likely that before the weekend representa- tives of the two parties with government officials would meet in either Toronto or Ottawa to make what would probably be a final effort to get ships mov- ing without the appointment of controller. At Cleveland. O., W. J. McGarry. manager of the Ore and Coal Ex-j change there, was reported to have' said last nigiu that an embargo had i been placed by the exchange oaS movement of United States coal! shipments to Ontario. He said the j embargo would continue for the duration of the Canadian seamen's strike so as to divert needed coal to American consumers. NO POLITICAL INFLUENCE In another development, T. Ger- ald McManus. national secretary of the C-S.tJ.. last night issued a state- xnent at Toronto in replv to a house of commons speech by "Labor Min- j ister Mitchell, saying the union was "amazed" that Mr. Mitchell i out of his way to inject a political note in the seamen's strike." Deny- ing any political Influence in the strike, the C.S.U. statement said its lack 01 settlement was "not due to the lack of desire or effort on the j part of the union." Mr. Mitchell's speech charged "the i usual gang of overnight revolution- aries, professing to give leadership j to the rank and file of the seamen's organization" were in the strike. Two Great Lakes lines ordered ships tied up yesterday. Capt. R. j S. Misener, president and general manager of Samia and Colonial Steamships announced at Port Col- borne his company's ships would be tied up Wednesday "awaiting the j decision of the led'eral government I to give us adequate protection." j (A Great Lakes shipping list I showed 16 vessels under Samia and Colonial Steamships ownership.) j A similar order was given 03- Ira j McEwen, general manager of the j Paterson Steamship lines, who: ordered two Parerson ships, the! Soodoc and Saskadoc, tied' up at j Port Colborae because "under exist- ing police protection it is impossible to operate." ASK GOVT. AID WELLAND. Ont.. June The Canadian Legion of this Wei- land Canal district citv passed a j resolution last night asking that the -over i the lumber and shinpine indsutries i until a strike of members of the! Canadian Seamen's Union and of j British Columbia lumber workers is; settled. Gets His Wish PARIS, June Georges Josephowitch, 33-year- old chauffeur, wrote to President Felix Gouhi threatening to blow up 2 Paris subway station if tie government did not provide him with an apartment -immediate- ly." Today the authorities pro- vided him accommodation a police station. i Tension Eases in Naples as I Republicans Call Off 1 Demonstration Atom Still On Secret List ROME. June (CJfM J Clashes between monarchists and republicans, armed with sticks and iron bars, resulted in broken heads in Rome today and a tense situation continued j at Naples as Italy remained for i another day in the strange situ- ation of being a republic with a. kinS. Late in the day. however, the situation at Naples was eon- j siderably eased when the Naples i trades unions consented to call j 1 off their pro-republican dem- onstration at the instance of f Giuseppe Romita, minister of the interior. POLICE CALLED OCT i Truckloads of police were rushed to the Piazza del Popo'o in Rome 1 where '.he head-breaking started. rt'ti n t U j Many of the police wore civilian ------Dill Hei Ore MOUSe clothes with armbands, indicating __________ the government was recruiting new' OTTAWA June to Seal with the disorders. of the develonment of atomic energy f Earlier troops armed with cannon and redistribution of representation j machine-guns took up positions in the commons held attention of j os. the streets of Naples to deal members vesterdav amid debates expected trouble from the which ore'w from Reconstruction scheduled republican demonstration Minister Howe the statement that j cemandmg that reluctant King there is sal! secrecv surrounding Humbert surrender his vestige of i royalty. The monarchists had their day yesterday in Naples, one of the strongholds of the House of Savoy which voters rejected in a plebiscite early this month, and in Taranto. For hours, a Bevin Rejects Jewish Move the atomic process. Mr. Howe spoke before second reading was given a bill authorizing appointment of a five-man atomic energy control board. Much as he would like to. said Mr. Howe, he could cot accept the optxisition suggestion that a com- mons committee be established to study the government's bill for the setting up of a board to control the domestic use of atomic energy. Secrecy still shrouded the atomic process, said Mr. Howe, and there was an element of urgency in ob- taining approval of the legislation before the house. COMMITTEE URGED The suggestion that the bill be referred to a special committee for surgin? throng of 10.000 to monarchists besieged Communist headquarters in Naples with gasoline bombs and jrunfire in battles which raped over most of the city and left seven dead and more than 50 wounded. CLASHES REPORTED The newspaper Giomaie dltalia reported from Taranto that mon- archists and republicans clashed yesterday in that southern port city behalf of the Progressive Conserva- (Reuters !n parties. John Bracken, Progressive Con- servative leader, said he wanted to j Rome dispatch that Gioraale dltalla scid in a special edition "Wednes- day that King Humbert would as- sume ths status of a private citizen Mr. Howe's formula for controlling it. Solon Low. Social Credit leader, said a committee might be abie to do something to improve the legis- lation. Ai least it could convince everyone that the suggested formula was'the best. XL J. Co-dwell. C.G.F. leader, said j too few people knew the implica- tions of atomic energy. A committee could call scientists to testify on the subject and their expert views could be publicized. Pulpit Exchange Is Proposed TORONTO. -June A plan by which Anglican clergvmen mav churches of the United Church of Canada and United Church pas- tors minister to Anglican congrega- tions is the main "to be put before the eeneral synod of the Church of England in Carada and th? general council of the United Church in September, it was an- nounced Tuesday. The proposal "is expected to re- ceive study and consideration by thf church courts and their mem- bers for two or three years. Baby Death Rate In Britain Lower Attacks Conduct Of Atom Probe BOURNEMC GIH. Hants. Eng- land. June appeal to Russia "to experiment in friend- ship" and an attack on the con- duct of espionage cases in Canada were made Monday by Prof. Harold J. Laski. chairman of the British i Labor party's executive committee, in aa address to the opening ses- sion of the party's annual confer- ence. Referring to the policy of atomic queen and children are in Portu- gal.> STREETS PATROLLED Soldiers in groups of four or five stationed on every street in Nanles. Truck loads of troops with machine-guns were placed in every fourth or fifth street .as a mobile fores. The repubiican-supportEd trade unionists "planned demonstrations before the royal palace !n Naples. Six armored cars with 37 milli- mster cannon were drawn "up be- fore the palace, and a like number olaced before the American Red Gross ciub. Ten of the wounded at Taranto. orcc an Italian nava! base and one of the first Italian cities to fall to the Allies in the war, were reported ia grave condition. Some were policemen. Urges Canada Quit Jap Deportation June COfST TERACCHI SINGAPORE. June Marshal Count Jmcr.i Terauchi. 77, former Japanese war minister and more recently supreme commander of all Jap- anese forces in the southern re- gions, died of a cerebral hemorr- hage today at his quarters in Johore. British Southeast Asia headquarters announced. Count Terauchi commanded the Japanese armies in north China in the early stages of Japan's campaign of conquest there. He was identified in 1344 as Gen. MacArthur's adversary in the Philippines. Terauchi served as war min- ister in the Hirota cabinet from March 9. 1936. to Jan. 23, 1937. Charges Troops Move; Truce Ended PHIPING. June com- munist spokesman today charged w I Sign Separate Peace Treat- ies if Paris Meeting 5 Bogs Down I BOURNEMOUTH. Hampshire. Eng., June Foreign Secretary Bevin declared in an address today that he would re- ject the immediate immigration iOQ.OCO Jews to Palestine. and would >ig3 separate peace treaties with defeated European powers if pending peace nego- tiations continued bogged down j among the four principal powers. He declared, moreover, that he would refuse to apply eco- nomic sanctions to Spain. Mr. Bevin's stand was taken in an appearance before the Labor party's annual confer- ence. He won an overwhelming conference endorsement of his policies. IN FIGHTING MOOD In a Sghuns mood and speaking: extemporaneously, the bulky foreign' secretary won adoption of a party; conference resolution endorsing his; administration of foreign affairs. Five other resolutions, all critical, i were withdrawn or defeated. The issue of the council of for-' eign ministers in Pans next week., he said, will be whether Surope is; to be split into eastern and western blocs. "Next week that is the issue which i is to be settled, if it ever Mr.! Bevin said. i "I am not going to be a party! to any design in strategy. against Russia. "Neither will we give one mo- ment's consideration to expansion. But this division o' Posties To Sue ISGLSWOOD, CaSIT., Jane 12. Postmen here have cr- sanized against dogs. Morris Z. Winfcelman. president of SrancJi 2980 of the National Association of Letter Carriers, reports that an average of three postmen are bitten weekly in Inglewood. He anriouncsd his, organization had hired a if this nip- pins doesn't stop, bitten peatmen are going to sue. Spain, Atom UN Problems Debate -NEW YORK. Jane Two agencies of the Nations in separate sessions scheduled for Thursday and Friday will plunge into the enr- iously interlocked problems pos- ed by Franco Spain and wcrfd control of lethal atomic energy. The security council was called to meet Thursday to be- gin debate on its sab-commit- tee proposal for a collective dio- lomatic break with Madrid by order of the 51-power general assembly in SeDteniber. Europe, this SEEK CLOSE GAP awful business of drawing a line I Snain is barred from the tTJST., from Stettin to Albania but the sub-committee has espress- j and behind that this solidiSeti posi- ed a hope that the steo it recom- I tion if that happens, which Got! I mends would result in the riddance forbid, you will have two camps :n I cf Generalissimo Franco, make Europe and that will be the road to i Spain an acceptable member and. another straggle." He called for conclusion of s. peace treaty with Austria and urg- i U.N. that government Gen. Tu Lr-Ming i ed the clearance of occupation i Otherwise Spain which has lira-- Spain an acceptable member and. thus close the last gap in the world security system envisioned by the abrogated Chiang Kai-Shek's! troops from the Danube basin. orders for a 15-day truce but Unit ed States and Chinese government officials said he was mistaken. The spokesman had asserted that Tu. government commander in Manchuria, informed the executive, aa.y 'Sino-American truce) headquart- j me ers here that his troops had assum- other countries. ium deposits, wodd be a Declaring he had been Work for a United States' plan for ther he would sign a separate peace' inviolate international control treaty. Mr. Bevin said: j the natural sources of atomic en- "I don't know what steps we mav ergv. take to get these treaties, but I j This piss will be presentee to the say no one nation is going to keep I commission on atomic energy wnica me in a state of war forever with i Tweets in open session Friday ed the offensive. Learning of the communist's as- sertion, .both United States and Chinese government representatives at truce headquarters gave this ex- planation of the misunderstanding: The Hed version apparently origi- nated operational officers con- 'ference when a government officer said that if communist forces in Manchuria did not stop attacking government positions, Tu would have to take action. Government military authorities previously charged that Commu- nists were violating the 15-day truce in Manchuria Lafachart. east of by attacking Yungki, and j BUFFALO. N.Y.. June t? j Dr- Robert G. Ferguson, director of regarded as one medical and general super- r? "OUS of the Saskatchewan smaller creatures. Not Anti-Tuberculosis BANFF. Alta.. June 12 Dr. Leonard Parsons of Birmingham. Eng., told the 77th annual meeting of the Canadian Medical Associa- tion today that the infant mortali- ty rate in the period immediatelv after birth has fallen below the 1939 rate in Great Britain and this probably was because of wage in- creases, abolition of unemployment and improved nutrition of mothers. Dr. Parsons is dean of the medi- cal faulty and professor of chil- dren's diseases at Birmingham Uni- versity and official representative of the British Medical Association a; the CM.A. meeting. There was no reason to believe the decrease in infant deaths was the result of better nursing and said Dr. Parsons, because those professions were in short sup- ply and overworked during the last six years. Similarly, except for penicillin and new sulphonarnice preparations there was no important therapeutic advance in this field. power secrecy as having responsi- ____ bility for Russian suspicions, he Canadians would be "an odious commented: manifestation of racialism." "If any member of this confer- j Reviewing the Canadian deporta- ence wants to know the evils of a policy of secrecy. let him examine In detail the conduct of the Cana- dian government over the alleged Russian espionage, with secret tion order and the pending appeal to the pnvy the paper urg- ed abandonment of the whole pro- posal. other government positions. Drive For New U.S. Labor Law Marking Time "WASHINGTON. Jane 12.- -he drive for a broad new t.--------mvuivea Stztes iaoor law ran out of gas ous acd the British chancellor of all the council nations renreseriiea WONT COMMIT SELF Canada because of her part in "While I do not commit myself j to any he continued, "the i c-s- way will have to be found. We can- States proposalswere ec- w to embrace a arogram the formation of an interna.no_na "stortuc develonmest authority' deveToij-araduaUy tap basis of knowledge and facili- ties now held exclusively by she United States. Mining or twssessisg the raw ma- terials eicent under ths A.D-A. woald be Sleeal. not go oa in this way. It is fensible." In his speech Mr. Bevin indicated, the" possibility Britain would reject the Anglo-American commission's recommends tion that IOO.OOO Jews 1 fee allowed to eater Palestine as soon as possible. He declared: "If we put Jews in Pales- i Une tomorrow. I would have to put' another division of British troops j Non-lethal there. I am not prepared to do it. i developments would be permitted, i say to the Jews and; ilowever, under A.O-A. supervision. Arabs: Please put your guns away, i ___________________ Don't blow up the British Tommy _. who is quite innocent in this busi- 1 WO Daughters, ness. You are creating another' T-V _f phase of the anti-Semitic feeling in: JOT1 Are LJrOWned The Washington Post in an edi- j The drive for a broad new United I torial Monday declared that Can- ada's proposal to deport Japanese- the British army. "I believe that if both sides did: sarm, peace a wou'd be much, ea-sier." FINANCIAL ISSUES Bevin said the financial issues today. the exchequer cannot carry it. We Advocates parked themselves to cannot take on another public clamor or an- i OQO iss9G.OOQ.GOOi expenditure on'. other major strike crisis before- re- j Palestine and that is really what 1 cewinft efforts to get a long-range 15 involved. bill en the statute books. "We have suggested to the United Leaders of the campaign reported states that we have experts nght; they are hopeful a "wave of pub- away consider the implications of i I v rfovolfin t j arrested persons j ing it, Canada has an opportunity i heid incommunicado, and judges of j to set an example of tolerance to the supreme court of Canada an- j our own country and to the nouncing the guilt of arrested per- the editorial said. sons before ever they have been 1 "Canada will refresh its own tried." great traditions of freedom if it. In his appeal to Russia Prof. gives these harrassed people a Laski {jy _____ ___ ____ __ trust, to experiment hi ended." "By revoking or at least rnitigat- i lie reaction" may develop against President Truman's veto of the Case bill and the house of repre- sentatives' refusal to override him. The'-' said that apparently only if such a demand develops, or if a the report together with finances, military commitments, transport and housing and probably the most I BENSON. Sask_ June children of Mr. and Mrs- Kudotoh Arendt. two sirls and one boy. all under 12 years, were drowned-Monday in. an urination dugont on their farm fivc miles from here, it was learned today. It is beiiev- cd one of the children sot into difficulties while swiimaine and the other two went to the res- cnc. Mrs. Arendt was in hospital at the time where she had given birth to her seventh child. vexed iand himself to accept the theory that- He "ventured a thought only" because a man is a Jew. "he mus; be hounded out of a country." that: In his appeal to Russia Prof, gives these Karrassea people a i-uc iski asked the rulers of that coun- chance to make genuinely free choice i o, a regulatory r. "having experiment with dis- j now that the hysteria of war is measure ..rus year._________ Byrnes Hopeful, SAYS G.B. MISSION INSTRUCTED HIM TO DESTROY PARTISANS neiv- big tie-up occurs, can they i "The more I study the develop-; "I would strive to bring him 'oacs muster the votes to guarantee en- ment of Paienine with the Trans- i on terms of equality with Jordan scheme and the possibility; citizens. Never was ihere a greater of fertilizing, and the real develop- chance for statesmanship trian the ments ;n order to achieve its pur- i Arabs and the Jews now have to pose. I think we shall have to come; solve their problems." to :he conclusion jointly that the j With hardly a pause for breath, land will hare to be aubiic owned' Mr. Bevin turned to the Spanish and leased out and allocated. problem, saying: "If you have to raise the Arab j "I think the problem of Spain has innot been muddled. I believe if other Not Optimistic WASHINGTON.. June State Secretary Byrnes Tuesday called OR the American people to away" pray for the success of the" next! Ke belief conference of_Big Four foreign with determination ministers at upon it "as a i'.fe equal to the Jews, you cannot .___________ do it if you take all their land countries had not interfered, 'n the Refused To Open Holland's Dikes I BELGRADE. Yugoslavia, June 12. i Mihaiiovic asked for a. secret ses- i Draja Mihaiiovic testi- sion of the court to bring out testi- j fied in his trial for his life today znony on directives he