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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 14, CATTLEMEN AGAINST DECONTROL OF BEEF CAIX3ART. June spirp-. debate on the merits of price I controls, folio-sing an address on Canadian Meat Board, ended in the defeat of a "so more controls- resolution a: Thursday's session of the "Western Stoct Growers SOtrs V.S. market, said Mr. He pointed oat that the I.S. has called a world trade con- ference with the idea of reduc- ing or elirainatia; trade bar- riers, not increasing them, so it could safely be assumed that the duty "on Canadian not be increased and the MacKENZIE SAYS Paris Meeting Important For Future Peace aomea- The world has seen i tous conferences our- j have won its ing oast decade of crises, bat: plurality in Catholic Parties Win In Elections IX3NDON. June The influence of the Roman Catholic church is counter em Europe's post-war trend left, and four successive Canadian Ex-Servicemen Staying In O.C. Well Cared For By D.V.A. LONDOX June dian ex-servicemen taking iia civi- lian careers oversess can turn lor assistance to ihe department of deals with a multitude of problems. Favment of pensions is one of the deeest lobs but the D.Y.A. office biggest jobs also offers services for rehabilita- 4.1V %-V affairs office here, head- tion and edsicauon here ana on the Seasonal Grazing Methods Urged CALGARY, June ta should profit by our mistakes va. bv Alan Chambers, former Lib- continent. Canadian veterans here u, hoi t ranges for .raining in trades it also further education if they desire. EV and MANX Take cnlv to be reduced, he because r-tbg !ou- and! the Quality of the mea: going into 5 ill meet to try -.0 breai in Austria, southern Ge: as the D.V.A. office deadlock over the European; Luxembourg. treaties. The outcome wi'i.1 I: is no secret Mr. Chambers himself 2s oa the the active force lieujenant-coloneL Kurai ostie about two years ago. Through co-operation of ranchers in the pro- vince, the project had been suc- cessfull. he said, but some changes would be made during the ten year tea period allotted for the grazing A resolution was passed objecting to the provincial government's policy cf auctioning leases and school sections to the highest bid- der. B.C. PUBLISHER DIES MERRITT. B.C.. June Ernest H. Mayon. 59. publisher of the Merntt Weekly Herald and vice- president of the British Columbia Weekly Ne-srepaper Associatioa, died j Montana ranges had suffered ma- Thursday of pneumonia. AREA FOR RUSSIA MOSCOW. June new Russian Afghanistan treaty an- nounced today allots to Russia the Kushkan area in the northwestern border of Afghanistan bordering these students will re- ierialiy more than those of Alberta idaibuV ther? are about! by over-graars ana oad use. he sinn -a-ho i said, and urged the stoct grour- j and family life with churches open- attended, according t.-Lt. A, Peters, former rsem- roilitarv mission _______ urged the ers to use correct stocking and cor- rect seasonal grazing methods. Hoa. N. E. Tanner, minister lands and mines, reported on Al- berta's tea" grazing policy, started Iran. IT.S- MARKET POSITION So far zs Canada's under- standing with the C.S. jovern- xnent is concerned, Canada has not forfeited its place in the producer. Opposition was mainly on the principle that i; was better to take a smaller profit now and have the, of price floors to prevent a depression later on. QOCK AGKEOIEXT AIM _ Sen. Connally. who is chairjian Solves of the senate foreign relations com- j indicated the of j TORONTO. Expect Action On Tax Conference Manitoba. The convention recom- mended that, in the event of failure to reach sn agreeaen-.. ihe Domin- ion government, place all provinces foreign june told the Association a-usua! s vey Alexander Greene was lined S75 and costs in city police court J Thuioua> uii a cUarge laid under J the war mobilization act. The was told he had failed to notify 1 the-mobilisation board of a change j of address in 1944 and had evaded the draft until his arrest by R-C. and military police this to -upset the whole peace program." He ence PHIXCH A1SEH.T, Sask_ June 14 Premier T. C- Douglas of Sas- Scatchewan told a public meeting following a consriruency con- rention here that he believed Prime Minister Mackenzie Sing !s return- ing from the conrirpat; for early re- consideration of the Domiaion- nrwvincisl conference. Ee said he hsd written rlnance Minister Esley asking ihas any province which wished to sign an 'ling Wednesday how he solved TI T J J _, .__problem of certain companies W aVCll impedeCl added unless, the Paris confer- sending OUT; circulars io long-dead ce achieves Quick and definite j cifenss. OV W ar UfOCC reenent" it should adjourn and j "The first couple of times the let- I H a peace conference of the'21 ters arrived." he said, "I r iwers interested in these trfeties. j them in the regular mann; Britain only ihe day before j third time they came I mac to 000 British Foreign Secretary Bevn had of the company's deceased I announced sfca; if negotiations bog- ar.d sen: it back with a not- emption f and was also as nearlv other countries. EXPECT down he would sign separate! said: 'If you have a-traveHer who nadian ex- 1 feace treaties with the defeated j has "gone into the great beyond send be i European powers. Previously liad characterized the Paris con- doesn c go mat far. i ference as "one last attempt" to! rinced asreemen: -slth the Dommica be permitted to do so. irrespective of ihe of Ontario and Quebec, matters relating io social services i te: end teas he had received a reply anr! rh.p "Ontario sovemment I "I con't know wnat steps we may To Talk Wheat saying the proposal was being con- sidered. "The Ontario and Quebec has for too long wagged the dog. If seven other provinces are prepared and health, the Ontario government _ v, will convene a soecial session of the i take to get tnese treaties, bu. I ieeisla-ure this' vear in order to j say no oas nation is going to keep ratify such agreements. It was wr rever with to do so." ASK RE-ASSEMBIJSG June mediate re-assembling of the Do- aairuon-proviscial conference was in a resolution passed ar the provincial convention of tha Pro- gressive Conservative associauon of in a state of war forever with LAST NIGHT TO C Phis loreaWe "Young Ideas" Tomorrow at 130 "GUEST WIFE" and "FLAME of the WEST" obligatory on the pars of the fed- eral government io reconvene the Dominion-provincial conference, since i; only stands adjourned present. Negro Slayer Staves Off Electrocution For Hour in Death Cell MONTGOMERY. AlL i j. Mincev. 30, negro slayer of a crippled while man, staved off electrocution for more than an hour early today by barricading himself in a death ceiL Denied an llih-hour bid for l____ s tantamount to saying thes Washington and London are on Moscow to make conces- sions. The western Allies maintain thai thus far virtually all the con- cessions have come from them. Kus- sia, being bent on her program of realignment of her zones of influence, has maintained the position of taker rather Than giver. SCHOLARSHIPS. PRIZES PRESENTED BY L-ONGMAN EDMOOTON. June ffi Scholarships and prizes valued as more than were presented at a banquet held, in Athabasca Hall on the University of Alberta campus to mark the close of the 28th annual Farm Young People's Week at the university. More than 300 farm youths were in attendance- Offici- cleiaency by GOT. Chauncey Sparks, arlng in the presentations were O. Mincev looped bed-sheets around the lock of his ceH so prison offi- cials were unable to unlatch a bols thai would have opened the door. An hour after he was scheduled to die. Mincey acceded to the pleas of patrolmen and walked from the cell to be strapped into the chair. He was pronounced dead s.z FRESSMEX RECEIVED BY KIXG AM) QUEEN LONDON, June Cable.) Delegates to the imperial press con- ference, their business sessions over, paid a visit to RAP. training estafalishniEniB hi "Wiltshire. They were received at Buckingham Palace last nighs bv the Bins, the Queen and Princess Margaret Rose. FLOORS Cleaned, Waxed and Polished. Estimates free. PHONE 2369. S. Longman, deputy minister of agriculture: G. H. Harold of the Alberta Wheat Pool; George Ed- of United Grain Growers; R. M. Hibbert of Alberta Livestock Co-operative, and George .Church of United Farmers of Alberta. General proficiency award went to Helen. Morrison of High River and Lawrence ProudfooD o The former also captured a pnze in the household economics compe- tition. Orrin Hart of Claresholm second in the weed identifica- tion contest. Pierre Emfle Matiiieu, a veterin- ary, was remanded in Montreal to June 20 on charges of selling drugs Illegally. He was arrested after al- legedly selling 300 heroin pills to an R-C-MP. agent. LONDON, June (Cf. food ministry said today John Strachey, newly- appointed food minister, -will fly to Ottawa Monday to discuss with Canadian: re- presentatives an agreement for supply of -wheat to the United Kingdom. He also will visit Washington to represent the United King- dom at the first meeting of the International food council. The London Star said Mr. Stra- chev. would impress on the Cana- dian government officials the urg- ency of Britain receiving thou- sands of extra tons of wheat dur- ing the next few weeks. "If Mr. Strachev's mission is suc- cessful." bread rationing will not be introduced in this the paper said. "But if it fails the cabinet food committee will have an emer- gency meeting at -which they will decide whether to pus rationing machinerv into operation." The Star said Canada was known to have a. "substantial wheat crop available for shipping at very short notice." TO REPRESENT JAPANESE BEFORE COUNCIL TORONTO, June Andrew Brewin, Toronto lawyer, left Wed- nesday for London where he will represent the Co-operative Com- mittee on Japanese-Canadians in the forthcoming test case before the privy council. The committee is challenging the validity of the war- time' orders-in-counci! under waicn many Canadians of Japanese origin are being deported. is a trade oirae coined {TOO "Chrysler Parts sod accessories bearias this mcit- xurk are nanmeed by the ata -tc- Aitlee. Pahl Henry Spaak. er? tihen Genera! Sir Vis- ano coun: thai preaarations Archbisnop of Canterbury. against, the eventuality cf joining in ihe war were impeded by the desire of the British" govern- ment to do nothing "which might impair relations with that ofMttiri-r ir it disclosed yesterday. ihe McKee tro. uhy. awarded annually for the most outstanding contribution to avia- 1 tion. will made to Grant 3Sc- Conachle at a testimonial dinner n TODAY executive Lord now viceroy of In- dia. was British commander in the Sllccle East when he sent ;he dis- -.._.. Dec 1940- It- added: "I director of the Canaqian Zionist was even permitted to set up a I Organization, said at Timmins. Cnt., er service in Italian no single Arab country or combina- in Edmonton, June 25. Frederick Flngerote. prope territory or to get in touca with patrio; "chiefs in Mulberry Harbor Broken Up For Sale June (Keuters) Mulberry harbor, the artificial port which saved countless lives and endless delays by providing anchor- age for ships off the coast, during the Normandy invasion, is being broken UD for sale, the British government revealed last nighr. Agriculturist Is Moved, Hughenden EDMONTON, June pointment of Smart Robblee. as- announced today by Agriculture Uinister D. B. MacMillan. He suc- ceeds air. Towneiy-Smith who re- signed about two months ago. To succeed Mr.. Robblee at Leth- Uon of Arab countries can effec- tivelv fight Jews in Palestine. He said the Jews have a secret army i of men. Gill's Purcell. general manager of Th? Canadian Prss, at present at- tending the Imperial Press Confer- ence ia IJondon. has been awarded a Master of Arts degree from Tor- onto University. About in crisp, new bills scattered along a railroad right of way near libertyville. EL. when a mail sack was sliced open by wheels of a train, but two hours Liter all but about had been turned in by some 40 volunteer searchers. "Viscount Alexander has accepted the invitation of British Columbia Indians to be made an honorary chief during diamond jubilee fes- tivities at Vancouver, the ceremony to take place July 13. Fortv-two head of registered Jer- seys at the farm of H. H. Longeway in'the SDringbank district near Cal- and SAT. Fun On a Sky-Cycle Built for Woo! "Up Goes Maisie" AXX SOTHERN WITH GEORGE MURPHY NO. 2: CHARLES STARRETT in "Gunning For Vengeance" FAMOUS apoointment C. Pumell of Cardston. and M_______ ____ _ Evans, fleldman for the Canadian gary classified between per cent when" Oliver C. NEWS NOTES Dr. G. S. Barton, federal deputy minister of agrichltnre told Hoisteln breeders at loncon, Ont_ a re- j gearing of the farm industry in' Canada is needed. Speaking par- ticularly of-dairy farming, he said farmers will get more and better machinery in the years to come. More than 200 reservations have been made by Canadian fire chiefs for the Dominion Fire Chiefs con- vention at TJTOmJns, Ont., August 27-30. There is widespread and genuine Jersey Cattle Club, went over herd. the The possibility of government censorshio of news and comment on the food situation, even more strin- gent than the ban on food e-iitor- ialx in 1343. aopeared as one in- oSicial blamed newspapers for IN LOVELCOSTUME JEWELLERY RSK foa SY name fiT YOUR aggravating the present crisis in India. British Iron and stee! exports in the first four months of 1945 show- ed an increase of 20 per cent in quantitv and 70 per cent in value over 1938. State Secretarv Paul Martin call- ed on Canadian youth to fight against intolerance "in Canada _ or anvwhere else" and combat dis- crimination "against any race, creed or in a speech to Young liberals at Hamilton. THEATK TODAY AND SATURDAY ON THE STAGE JEAN GAULD'S DANCE REVUE SONGS, DANCES AND ACROBATICS SPECIAL NOVELTY NUMBERS ON SKATES STAGE SHOW FRIDAY NIGHT 8.25 SATURDAY SHOWS, 3.35, 8.25 GIVE BOOKS OF FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRE TICKETS for FATHER'S DAY Engineered by CHRYSLER CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED Paris Division Lake Pavilion SAT. NIGHT AND EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT STEVE SMEREK AND HIS ROYAL ALBERTANS LUNCH COUNTER AND SODA FOCNTA'JN SERVICE Master Agreement Is Not LT.U. Aim OTTAWA, June Finch, Canadian representative of the International Typographical Union said in a prepared statement that while the -union sought uniform agreement in all newspapers of the'Southam group it -was not seeking a "master agree- ment." Mr. Finch's statement reviewed the union's position in the strike of printers in Southern newspapers in Vancouver. Edmonton, Ottawa and Hamilton and in the earlier dispute at Winnipeg. In Ottawa Thursday management of the Southern newspaper, the Citizen, said the eight-page paper now being published would be in- creased to 16 pages next week. "The illegal strike of print- ers called against it 'the Citizen) on May no local grievance whatever but wholly in 'sympathy' with I.T.U. strikers in has been definitely the paper said. Mr. Finch said in the union's statement that the national labor relations board had been "in error" in statlr.g that the union had ask- ed a master agreement. ADJUSTMENT 3IEAT PRICES PROMISED TORONTO, Jnne Globe and Mail said to- day that an adjustment to "rescue" Canadian meat retail- ers from "what the prices board is reported to admit is an "im- possible -will be made by the Dominion govern- ment -within the next two weeks. A delegation of meat retailers conferred with Donald Gordon, prices board chairman, Wednes- day and came away -with the confident belief that action iroald be taken. CAPITOL ATURDAY MORNING DOORS 9.30 AJtt. EXTRA ADDED! BIG YO-YO CONTEST Dick Moffat, Alberta champion, will present sweaters to the boys' and champion. Bring To-To and join the fun. ADMISSION 10' DOORS OPEN AT KINSMEN CARNIVAL ARENA TONIGHT SAT. DOOR PRIZES GAMES OF SKILL GAMES OF CHANCE DANCING EACH NIGHT DOORS OPEN p.m. Admission: 25 INEWSPAPERif SFAPERl ;