Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Weatlier kwMt 8HOWEB5, CIXAJUNG VOL. 156. LETHBKIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1946 12 PAGES Grain Makes Good Growth Rains Improve Crop Situation Herald's Second Monthly Report Shows Beet Thin- ning Well Wheat Heading Trieste Is Big sishare Your clothing Four Problem! ENTERS INNOCENT PLEA Confusion Over Grain United States TODAY the Herald presents its second monthly crop! report and the picture is favorable providing crops re- j ceive a normal amount of moisture to maintain growth from on. Drought, frost and wind during May had given crops a setback but since the Juae 5, 6, 7 there was also a good rain May 28 and recovery has been marked. IMPROVED Southeast Alberta got good but spotty rates and in that area the i general situation, as revealed in re- ports from Herald correspondents, is much improved. Sunday night brought good rain along the loot- j hiils strip with 3 reported at Pinch- er Creek. Rain extended east witiun 10 miips of Macleod. Rain in cloudburst prouortions fell at Pincher Creek and Lundbreck. it is reported. A light shower fell In LetJGbridge Monday mormag. Wheat is showing good growth and color, with winter wheat be- Einnine to come into head. Winter rye is "headed short. A little hail damage is reported in spots but crop test damage has been light. Cutworms have been working in gardens. HEAVV REPLANTING Sugar beer thinning is about 60 On account of BELGRADE. June 1' Dr. Steven Moljevic, president cf Gen. Draja Mihailovic's war- time central committee, entered a plea of innocent today to war crimes charges, and immediately disclaimed responsibility for what he described as the "col- laboration" of Chelnik com- manders. CHICAGO, June high- ly confused situation in grains and grsiii urciuc" confronted the Unit- ed States today with little prospect of clarification until the Office of Price Administration extension bill is out of the way. About the onlv thing "right" is the grain picture" was the wheat per cent finished. crop itself. It was coming along splendidly with experts raising their production estimates as southwest- ern yields exceeded erpectations. Otherwise, the grain picture in- eluded these developments: 1. Predictions that both the com wet milling and the roiled oats industries will be shut down shortly j unless more grain is obtained. 0 Reports that producers were comln' frost tliere has been the heaviest re-plane on record for this region but fields have recovered very well and a good crop of beets is in sight. There is adequate labor and no serious pests, blocking" Ontario Ont. Mother, Child Slain Murder Although "cross is being undertaken in this vear it is noi being along nicely and early reluctant to deliver wheat to eleva- tors because 50 per cent of such grain must be sold to the govern- ment at present ceilings, and ceil- ings might, eventually go higher. 3. Inability of cash grain deal- ers to lure pats and com off farms despite trade offers which include everything from southern pine lumber to nylon stockings. SUSPEND TRADING 4. Suspension of trading in many grain futures on the Chicago Soard of trade, which was once the world's leading grain exchange but which now is limping along at the lowest ebb since records of activity were started. 5. Predictions that feeding of grains to farm animals will expand, j with consequent; smaller supplies in other trade channels, if ceilings are removed from livestock and not from, currently provided in the senate's O.P.A. extension bill. 6. A badly bogged down Sour milling industry, which created bread shortages and in which a return to normal operations depend- ed upon a bumper wheat crop and reduction in feeding of wheat to farm, animals O. K. Case, secretary of the Kan- sas Grain, Feed and Seed Dealers association, in a wire to govern- ment oSBciais, claimed "grain dealer members from all parts of Kansas report producers are angry because of forced selling of wheat ana many are reported refusing to de- liver wheat, preferring to pile it on the ground." Julv will see the canneries starting annual run. The first crop of alfalfa will start going under the mower soon with a good crop seen. With a good lamb and calf crop re- ported, ranch conditions are bright. Grass has imtjroved since the rains. Sheep shearing is under way with new wool moving. District reports follow: CROP REPORT 'Continued on Back Page.) Drew Clarifies Ontario Position Protests Location Japs At Moose Jaw MOOSE JAW, Sask., June Mayor Fraser McClellan of Moose Jaw Saturday telegraphed Labor Minister Mitchell protesting against a reported proposal to locate Japanese in buildings on a former airfield here. Mayor McClellan said an acute housing shortage existed in Moose Jaw with 468 unfilled applications from veterans for, wartime houses and 370 applications from other citizens of other accommodation, ne urged the Japanese be established at one centre where the housing situation was not as acuie. The Left Hand Corner. Brandy Nest- Carpet. AJAX, Ont_ Jane all-night search of On- tario county sideroads and towns was climaxed early today in the arrest at Whitby of 26-year-old A. George Billon who later was charged with murder in the grisly double slaying of a young mother and her daughter whose battered bodies were discovered yesterday on a grassy slope just east of this wartime-built com- munitv 25 miles east of Toronto. OFFERS NO RESISTANCE Billon, no fixed address, was found sleeping in a truck in a used car lot. He offered no resistance when arrested. Provincial police head- quarters announced the laying of the charge of murder after "he was questioned at length in Whitby by two inspectors. Police said Hilton knew the slain womari and that a search for him was instituted less than en hour after the bodies were found. Bil- ion later appeared in court and tras remanded for one week. The folly-clothed bodies of Mrs. Alex Laurie of Ajasr. 34. mother of six children, and of her four-year-old daughter Patricia, were focnd about 2 pjn. Sunday -with the heads battered in, onlv a few paces away from a four-lane high- vtav. There are no residences within a half-nvle, HEADS SMASHED IN Smashing head injuries evidently Russian Attitude May De- cide Success or Failure of Parley PARIS, June Kig Four foreign ministers re- sumed today the las', of writing an Italian peace treaty, and an American source said the suc- cess or failure of the conference might well hinse on the Eusisan attitude toward Trieste. A close associate of State Sec- retary Byrnes of the United States, said the head of the American delegation considered Trieste a. "question of j and "the secretary never com- promises with questions of prin- i ciple." j LOOK FOR COMPROMISE 1 Since the United States apparent- j ly will not badse from the stand; that, Trieste must, remain Italian, j diplomatic observers anxiously] awaited indications as to whether j Russia would be willing to compro- j mise on her demands that the j Adriatic port be ceded to Yugo-1 slavia. A wave of optimism swept over the conference Saturday after Rus- sia, in a surprise conciliatory ges- mre. agreed to the discussion of] the Austrian problem. Some ob-: servers even went 50 far as to in- terpret this as a softening is the j Russian policy. j Much of this optimism was dis- j polled Sunday when the Moscow 1 press and radio launched a new i offensive against what they term- j ed western "reactionaries and ene- I mies of peace." Tass news agency implied in a Paris dispatch that Britain and the United States, rather than Russia, would have to break the deadlock! which forced the adjournment ofj the last conference. j An American informant expressed belief that if a satisfactory solution could be found for Trieste, the council would 'encounter little diffi- in writing the remainder of I the treaty. 1 POINTS AT DISPUTE Other disputed points on the "tal- ian question are: i 1. The Italian-Yugoslav frontier, j This is tied up with the Trieste is-; sue. 2. Reparations. Russia, in OD- position to Britain and the United: States, holds that reparations Terror Grips All Palestine I W......-I III II -I. Illl I I II I I Hip j Jewish Terrorists are Blam- XAXCHCXIAN TENSION EASES j ed for sale Arrests The orphaned victims who survived the horror of invasion and the squalor of life under eneaiy occupation are clad in rags. They are in dire need of all kind of clothes. They need help and cars be relieved by the donation of all the serviceable garments ;o the National Clothing collection. Everything is suits. trousers, dresses, shirts, bedding, sweaters, socks, pyjamas, shoes and overshoes, all thai they can wear. In Lethbridge it will be a one-day drive and teams have been organi2ed for pick-ups between and tonight. Citizens are requested to co-optrate and have their bundles ready. The Arena is headquarters and local receiving centre. JERUSALEM. Jnne sCP.) 5 the population of the Jew- ish settlement of Beth Haavara. was reported arrested by Pales- I tine police after a. of widespread terror during which i two Uritish soldiers were lulled bv Arab marchers and highway, and railway bridges were damaged by blasts. An official police statement blamed Jewish terrorists for the bridge explosions. MASS ARREST The report of the mass arres, o! i Beth Kaavara residents, although unconfirmed officially cy was. received from reliable sources. This report said dogs led the police from' I the Allenby bridge across ;he Jcr-. j dan. one of those damaged, to the, small collective settlement on the' j Dead Sea shore. It was understood that a British arrny unit surrounded: the village and carried out a com-, plete search. Some residents of the little Jew- ish community reportedly offered: "passive resistance" against the searchers, resulting in a i clash in which two Jews were in- J I .jured. AH persons found in the i I village were reported brought to a t prison here for further mvestuja-' tion. i SEARCH ALL VILLAGES NANKING. mintshiny strife in Manchuria, and fnrtber relaxation at ten- sion in strategic Tsingtao were reported Saturday as Comnin- nists here announced the sixn- inz of a new inc an agreement described as a. "steo toward a, permanent is northeast. Homeland VANCOUVER, Jnne than 1.100 Japanese voluntary repatriates safled aboard the U.SJ5. General M. C. from here Sunday on the last lap of the voyage which will eventually land them 21 Yoko- hama, Japan. The Japanese had been arriv- IB? here for several weeta. drawn from relocation centres across the Dominion. WORKERS READY FOR CLOTHING DRIVE Jnd- villages along the Palesone'. cent, with most of the aculE glad I frontner in the "piracy of the of the opportunity to return to tseir i damaged bridges. fcomelacd- The children scampered. Four highway and four railwav around the ship esjoyir? tie free- bridges, including the important com. c' the decks after tee crowded Allenby bridge over the Jordan of the torrni- the rr-ain highway linking Palestine i gsation building, where they had i ins in the pick-up and all women ?sd Transjordania. were rendered j been ouartered their arrfval. j mei's 'c'-gaiizat'ois here are I impassable, police said. A busload mental patien-o ar- l cc-operatng. Bov Scouts and Girl j body of one Jew and portions rived from the Bssondsie Mesial I Guides are assisting to prepare the the body of another were found: hosoiial at New 'Westminster. 3.C.. clothing for overseas shipment with i rsear a damaged railway headquarters being at the Arena i various personal effects, from Ten feet June 17. CB Premier Drew of Ontario said toaay his government's in the Do- minion-Provincial conference is to assure a strong federal system for the. Dominion and "when we meet again that is the objective for which shall continue to work." In an address before the Cana- dian Club of Winnipeg, Premier Drew said he welcomed the oppor- tunity to give an "accurate inter- preta'tion" of the Ontario position and to correct "some of the truly amazing statements which I have read." The conference Itself had not ended. It was adjourned. And the Ontario government expected that it would be recom-ened so agree- ment could be reached before ter- mination of existing Dominion-pro- vincial tax agreements. The agree- ment with Ontario would expire next March 31. The revenue posi- tion of the Dominion government was not affected by the lack of a new agreement because "no agree- ment could, under any circum- stances, come into effect until the next fiscal year." TALKS POLL TAX Even if agreement were reached on the main tax adjustment pro- posals there would still be much to do before being able to carry out Dominion government health or social security proposals. Money to finance these proposals was to be raised by two new an additional tax on all incomes of possibly five per cent and a poll tax imposed by the provinces on all persons 16 and over. In Ontario the poll tax would amount to per capita. "I think I ran summarize the Ontario position very Premier Drew concluded. "We be- lieve thai the combined federal. system of government is the best j soap solutions is being used to pre- had been inflicted on both the j should be uartlv paid from current mother and child with a rock the Italian production and that the al- of a that was found lotting of Italian warships should nearby. Also found near the bodies two patter snooping bass, spattered with Wood, containing not count as reparations. 3. colonies. 'The United States has favored turning the problem over to the United Nations if the the child s bodv was a clodi ministers themselves can reach no bear. The mother-and child j solution. Rursia and France want hid been "killed in the 72 hours before the bodies were discovered. The 35-year-old husband. Alex Laurie, a painter, was at home in with the other five children all day Sunday. He told police his trffe had no enemies. He said she left home Thursday evening with the little pirl to visit her sister in Toronto. He could not hazard a suess how the bodies came to fce I found in the other of Ajax. i Inspector Kennedy of the criminal investigation branch of j the provincial police, in charge of j the investigation, hazarded no> theories. He said last nieht "it's a j little early in investigation to j predict an i BEATEN TO DEATH j NEW SARPY. La.. June A 21-vear-old esoectant mother and j her 28-year-old husband were beat- i en to death in their home early Sunday, Coroner E. J. Clayton re- j ported. He said the woman had" been raped. The coroner Identified the couole as Mr. and airs. Joseoh Petrolia. Collection of bundles for the National Clothin; Drive will start in Lethbridge tonight, Monday, at and will be completed darinj the evening with all hornet beins canvass- ed. Citizens are asked to co- operate by having bundles plac- ed on the front porch, when possible, with contribution of yhccs and overshoes tied in pajfs. j toined if every citizen contributes Service club members are assist- to the drive. People Starving In China's Hunan statement said. "Close to Azzib vil-' -ge hones -J> obsam a teaching posi- iage itself a cumber of mines and j aoc ar one of Japan's anrrersities- were found." HOLY LAND STIRRED "X. in comrEton with other Canadian Jaoanese. have ECShic? so Meanwhile, the Holy Land was JOQJ- forward" ;c iz. Canada." stirred by s Jewish underground! radio report that British authorities japan." weie planning to deport Zionist Sunday's contingent nwch. better brings Italy to retain trusteeship over her own colonies, under the United Na- tions. Britain wants the trustee- ship of Cierenaica. After the Italian treaty is con- sidered, the ministers are schedul- ed to take up Balkan treaties, the German situation, Austria and the present- political situation in Italy. The Italian political status, which Russia has described as verging on civil war. will be studied as Russian insistence. WINNIPEG, June arc people starving; in Hunan province, Chins. George chief executive officer of the admin- istrative council of fhe Untied Nations Relief and Rehabilita- tion Association, said in an in- terview today. rgupJe in thai district are eating grass and bark mixed with mud. a mixture with no nutritional value. Mr. Mooney. who told of step- pin? over dead bodies covered with flie? in Canton, recently completed a survev of Europe and the Far East, rctnrnins: about a month He is on his way to Saskatoon and Vancou- ver. Poland. Yugoslavia. and Greece were probably the worst off countries in Europe for food." There was no indication the situation would personally thought it would be far worse early in 15H7. In countries where there were fcod rurpluses, there have been staggering increases in con- sumption! In Canada, people are eating 10 oer cent more than before the war. which is 30 per cent above healthy diet require- ments. "The battle to win the peace has not been won. Indeed we are losing ish state in Palestine as the only lasting solution, of the Palestine! __ broadcast said i te British authorities had prepared s list of several thousand Jewish leaders who would either be de- i ported or imprisoned "if the sita-! ation in Palestine takes a more i serious rum." IE said the list in-! eluded 10 members of the Jewish agency executive committee as; well as the mayor of Te! Aviv arid teachers at the Hebrew unirersicy- Crisis Develops In French Politics Conditions Are Deteriorating In Europe Declares Premier Preparing For Victory Loan Drive In Fall S PABIS. June 17 i governments! mcuntesl when the Socialists spurred ice presidency of lie cauacl and the moderate Mcuvement Hepunhcan. Ponulaire reaflinned the canoioacy nf Georges Bicsuit. Minister Georges: The Coiainaaisis have rerusee to resine Use moderate He raid the heads of both had been crushed fay blows. Famine and Revoluti May Result Unless Help is Provided BLACK FLIES PLAGUE ROMANCE, SASKATCHEWAN ROMANCE. Sask.. June The black flv plague which killed some 25 livestock in the Quill Lake area. 100 miles north of Regina. dur- ing the past few weeks, is today re- ported waning. Protective treat- ment with coal oil and water and for Canada. We believe that the federal system should be based on the well-estabiished principle that there should be a strong national government dealing with national and external affairs, while strong provincial governments deal direct- 3y v.itii local affairs. Thst calls for vent further losses. TEXTILE MAKER DIES NORTH ANDOVER. Mass.. June 17. w> Funeral sen-ices for Xa- thaniel Stevens. 89. New England's dean of textile manufacturers, will be held here tomorrow. died on j ROM and brandy are proving successful baits for catching Kew South Wales south coast rabbits, according to the Australian Information Bureau. Trappers who have been liquor baits say 5 that alcohol's effect on a rabbit is j almost instantaneous. Trappers ex- j perimented with spirituous baits as j 2, result of a recent rise in the fur; market. Poisoned rabbits yield i good, clean fur but are useless for j the table. Trapped rsbbits good meat but damaged fur. Al- cohoS the rabbit and enables the trapper to collect both ways. WoUongong correspond- ent for the Sydney Sunday Sun, who accompanied one party of trappers, said: "It was amazing. There were drunk rabbits stagg .r- ing sround the place everywhere. They just keeled over in a coma in few seconds." BIRD NESTING 'Royal Ontario Museum News) One" of the most sinking mani- festations of .instinct in birds is' nest-buildsng. Birds do not have to i j jv luuiii aiiaiib. i um, cans lor i ue nere tomorrow. uieu on i very j a definite allocation of taxing pow- j Saturday night at his home. HP is' many, ers which will make it possible to survived bv a sister, Mrs. Arthur n carrj- out those responsibilities. Levekin of Victoria, B.C. OTTAWA. June Prime Minister Mackenzie King, after being welcomed home from the IJnited Kingdom by opposition leaders in the com- mons today, told members that conditions are deteriorating in parts of Europe and famine and revolution may result unless help is provided from the out- side. Mr. who returned to Canada Saturday after a five- week trip to the United King- dom, said he inform- ed by men who knew that con- ditions were improving in Hol- land, Belgium and Denmark but were still bad in France and "very in parts of Ger- irt_ should be eiven to tiiem. i King's absence the opposition had I FOOD, CLOTinNG NEEDED I tned its utmost to keep the govem- Food and clothing were needed in ment on the straight and narrow Europe to prevent famine and path. The house strife that misht lead to revolution. 1 ward with interes There was a "need to get Industry j the prune under way in Europe. Anything which could be done to meet the dire needs of the people m Europe would not only prove to be their salvation en "in the welcome. Mr. Low said but might well prove to oe the sal- he hoped that Mr. King's return vatton of U'.e world as a whole. Mr. Bracken said he was sure the house was pleased to see Mr. King back in his seat. He noted that Mr. King had come back on a ship carrying 2.000 brides. He was sure the Canadian people would not have objected if a bride for Mr. King had been added to the nrmber. OTTAWA, June of Canada officials are holding meet- heacs- irjg3 preparinc for the government's j Gen. De Gauiie. nest victory loan campaign likely 10 wiih the that objective in the nest loan will j 57 'r5 be less than S500.COO.OCO. one-third iit i often associated. political favored 3. With less money sought, the cam- ell and Mr. Low said they wished to join with Mr. Brack- would mean some speeding up of the work of the session. Mayer, declared: "The ;he cabinet; cansps be ____ _he desires cr cecisiocs the other parties cannot modify ERITREA IS WANTED prises to use their surplus capita! in expansions which, will give employ- i menj. Predict B. C. Logger Strike Is NowNearing Settlement ADDIS ABABA. June tcrs.i_.S3iperor Haile Selassie of -KlS reolVed 'hisThree score Abyssinia stated in an interview yeare and 10 were some drawback j here Sunday uwt Erttrea stoutaJw but he still had hopes he and others i given to Abyssinia when vbp Big dav th- wishes of jFour" foreign ministers finally de-i the opSSstiori Jeader. on the disposal of former Iwl- j Mr. Bracken said that during Mr. ian colonies. j BY ABYSSINIA ILE DE FRANCE SAILS WITH SERVICEMEN SOUTHAMPTON. June He De France 1 sailed Sunday with 9.280 service personnel, including: 7.909 army and R.C-A.F. goverrunecl." became the leading partv ta the rew elections early this "month, taking the lead frcra the Communists who cropued to a closA second slace. The Sccialisis. marked losers is the election, drop- ped from seccsc to ana j cialist Presidec; Felix Gcuui 1 his cabinet have resanied- i De Gaulle's proposals were simi- i lar to those of the iLRP. VANCOUVER. June was unofficially pre- dicted today that the 34-day- old woodworkers strike is near- ing settlement following a five- hour meeting of the "Interna- tional Woodworkers of America C.C.L.} executive Sunday. Another meeting is scheduled for today when il is expected that the yoluntarv dues check- off provision of Chief Justice Gordon Sloan's three-point plan for settlement would be dis- cussed in the light of a new interpretation of the clause by the government-appointed arbi- trator. Other proposals mace by the 1 The 2.500 strikers who staged a lobby march en Victoria last Friday returned to their homes on Satur- day. An unauthorized tag day in aid of the strikers was held Satur- i day. but no arrests were made. TO BE BACK After welcomes bv John Bracken, Progressive Conservative leader. M. J. Coldwell. C.C.F. leader, and Solon j Low, Social Credit leader, Mr. King slid he was deeply touched and he i was glad to be back to share with others the burden of government.; He wished to thank the house for giving him the opportunity of mak- ins the ''memoraDle" visit to the United Kingdom. i He said tne mam purpose of his leade-s i VSSI" In the Lon- express his Minister Attlee British government for the s shown him. During his he had been able to obtain first hand information on things of "interest to us al3." Or.e could not participate in a conference such as he had with- out realizing the world is passing through one of its most difficult phases. Rose Found Guilty, Will Be Sentenced On Thursday NEWS BULLETINS EXPLOSIONS HEARD IN HAIFA _ JERUSALEM. June series of explosions were late tonicht at Haifa from the direction of yie Palestine raU- j strike. j It is believed the union are llhe i off proposal, whereby the union would secure a form of maintenance of membership sn the new agree- Change Armistice MONTREAL, June Rose, member of Can- ada's house of commons for nearly three jears. today was in the cells awaiting sentence for having conspired to communi- cate "wartime secrets of the Soviet Union. Convicted shortly before mid- night Saturday by a 12-raan Jdns's bench court jury. Rose will be sentenced Thursday by >Ir. Justice Wilfrid Laazure. The maximum penalty for the of- fence is seven jcars in pcni- tentiarv. OUT 27 MINUTES The jurv took only 27 minutes to nd the "Labor-Progressive party's be taught how to build or where to i jurist were i5-cents-ari-hour wage U3.V 111 VJlt. piace their homes. Young birds foi- increase and 44-hour week. The j __________ low the design adopted by their i union demanded 25-cents increase, I LONDON June parents and grandparents although j -50-hour week and union security.' The Ever.in'g News in a front-page they have never witnessed the Approximately men are on story tocas" said plans have been actual construction nor attended completed to change Armistice day anv courses on nest architecture. i from Nov. 11 to the second Sur.cav Look, for instance, at the nest QUEEN ELIZABETH BEING of a Baltimore onole, as it swings, j MADE INTO LUXURY LINER and i and he felt it would prove the de-' .rnarcauon of the past associated' with the war and the fuiiire. The Canadian in the i parade was recognized immediately! by watchon-on and a "great i basket-like, from the outer limb of a big elm. ar.d you may well marvel not only at the intricate I m November, when the ceac of both Great Wars woula be commemorat- reception." He had r.evrr felt proud of twin? a Canadian citizen! a mu'.tuude of witnesses exhibits, the crown unfolded the court the ramifications operating in this country :n cf Russia. His lordship, in summing up for he believed the crown I Soviet embassy officials and former Canadian goternmen; employees, j A rapid verdict was indicated be- fore the larv retired when the fore- man. Herbert C. Rochester, assed the court at li p.m. to wait for a- possible decision rather than ad- journ. He the jurors had con- ferred frequently and weighed the: evidence as presented from day to day. j ROSE CALM 1 Rcse stood calmly in the prison- ers box uith his hands clasped behind his back as the was1 announced. bail of S25.000 automatically i cancelled, the repre- i sentative for Montreal Cartier hchted a cisar.H as he led off to jail handcuffed to a policeman. Rose faces four substantive; charges of violating the provisions' of the Official Secrets Act. WILL APPEAL As Mr. Justice Lazure to- day was considering sentence lv.e will impede Thursday on i-rcd Rose, SOUTHAMPTON, England, June iimjvci liner Queen construction of the nest, but at Elizabeth arrived here Sunday from en. "Several questions on of the fzrl th-it Canaaa was} that A "general plot or a member of the great coronmr.ity conspiracy between Russians ar.d iof frecdom-loxsng nations. Canadian existed, but lie Armistice i Conditions appeared to better would leave it for the jury to de- THE LEFT HAND (Continued on Page Four.) N W SPAPERfl fi CIH1V E' day have been asked in the house in England, but he believed much of commons and it was stated that of the fortitude the British people I the Clyde for the completion of her j the dominions would be consultra i had shown dunng the war would be ieconversion from a troop earner to I before a decision was needed to carry them through the ja peacetime luxury liner. the newspaper. period ahead. Any possible help termine Rose's complicity. The indictment against bom. 38-year-old Rose, that he had conspired with than a score of others, including' dcfpnce counsel announced that an appeal will be entered against the conviction j Chief Defence Counsel Joseph Cohen, K.C, said the appeal will be bafed on law, facts and mixed Polish- facts and law. Once appeal li filed. charged I he added, application will be made more to a justice of the court of appeals m chambers for bail for Rose. BREAD AND FLOUR RATIONING FACING BRIT.UN LONDON. June aad floor ratiomc; be introdnced in Britain before the end of July. indicated today. The dafly ration probably w-ai be about 10 ounces. TWO CANADIAN FLIERS KILLED IN CHILE SANTIAGO, Chile. June David Hdnsested, 2S, of Toronto, and Leriroj Starts. 3S. of MontreaL were barued to death Saturday when their Canadian plane crashed inlo El moans. south of Caldera. The plane to be delivered to the Argentine jovemmect. NO ACTION TAKEN BY U.N. ON SPANISH CASE NEW YORK. June The United Nations Secnrity adjourned today until 1 p.m_ C.S.T., tomorrow withont taking action on the Spanish case. Earlier. Sir Alexander Cadofan. British delcjatc to the security council, proposed that the case of Franco Spain be referred by the council to the U.N. sroer3! assembly with- out any recotnmendatjons for a break in diplomatic relations witi Madrid. HELGOLAND TO BE BLOWN UP CUXHAVEN, Germanj. June senior British naval officer said today the ;reat German island fortress of Helgoland will be "blown up" within three months and be fit only for "a beauti- ful bird sanctuary." Plans arc to set off explosive charges totaUin? several hundred tons in one great blast. TORRENTIAL RAIN'S DRENCH WESTERN ONTARIO LONDON. OnU, June. rain swept the London area today in a continuing storm which already has caused two deaths Jn western Ontario and caused damage estimated at thousands of dollars to farmlands. Particularly hard hit were the rich onion beds of the Ericau Marshes where feet of dykes ripped away on Lake Erie's Rondeau Bay.