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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WeatKer Alberto CLOUDY AND COOLJCK VOL. 159. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, JUNE 10 PAGES To Evacuate G.B., U.S. Sol- to Quit Bulgaria is Report PARIS, June Brit- ish informant said the foreign council agreed today that British and American troops in Italy and Russian troops in Bulgaria should be evacuated within 90 days after peace treaties with those two countries go into effect. The British source said the representatives of Britain. Rus- sia, the United States and France, working in an unusual- ly conciliatory atmosphere, also broke a deadlock that has ex- isted for several months over j the question of an Allied treaty j inspection commission for Italy by adopting a Russian counter- proposal for a commission to be composed of the four Allied am- bassadors in Rome. SUPERVISION JOB The commission will supervise the carrvmg out of the terms of the treaty. The Russians previously had refused to approve the idea of such a commission, declaring it would be an infringement on Ital- ian sovereignty. On the first, item of business to- dav. however, the question of the French-Italian frontier, the Rus- sians requested more time to study a report, bv a commission of hydro- electric experts. Discussion of the question was postponed. British Foreign Secretary Bevin aereed to the "orinciple of with- drawing British troops from Italy within 90 days after the treaty goes into effect on condition that. Soviet, troons be withdrawn from Bulgaria within a similar perioa and that the United States permit British lines of communication to cross the American zone in Germany to Austria. AGREE TO CONDITIONS State Secretary Byrnes of the United States and Foreign Min- ister V M. Molotov of Russia agreed to the conditions and the proposal was adopted, the informant said. Previously, at their meetings in Mav, Britain and the United States had bargained for Russian with- drawal from Romania, rather than Farmer's Corns Forecast Rain LONDON. June 20 last night, and two more early today. the Bucharest gcv- censorms the press told reporters that Ro- maniar. newspapers have been for- biadcn to publish the notes which the United States and Britain sent. In Office One Year BRITISH GOVT. IS PROUD OF RECORD LONDON. June EDMONTON. June gates to the llth annual convention of the Junior Chamber of Com- _ f rrc mcrce of Canada laid plans today Substitute r Or to help meet Canada's current i problems with the challenge of a i veteran federal minister ringing in bis ears. Committees struck at yesterday's i opening of the four-day meeting j 1 convened separately to discuss na- tional policv and resolutions and I to consider nominations for the na- VORKr Jure _T tiona! elections. "iORK. June ..o RUSSIANS PROPOSE BAN ON A-WEAPONS A state depart- and cannot be tolerated. __ hurl- with a SENTENCED FOR CONTEMPT MONTREAL. June Emma VVoikin was sen- tenced today to six months in prison for contempt of court and four other persons charged "with contempt in connection with the Fred Rose conspiracy trial received sentences of three months apiece. The three-month sentences were irteen by Mr. Justice Wil- frid Lazure If Gordon Lunan, Harold S. Gerson. Eric Adams and Matt Nightingale, all of whom face charges arisins from the investigation of an Soviet spy Tiny. Mrs. Wolkin, who previously had pleaded :o contravening the Secrets Act, received the -Prime, a smooth course poUcy {ne ,ords the United Nations atomic v.nuon. bills to parliament in less than a last nighl that the young to outlaw atomic weapons which, if year in office and party spokesmen I Conservatives rose to proies. Bn- Canada whatever "their i adopted, comoel the United; say this is a token that elecnon security in the i creed. should work toward to destroy all her atom bombs of Canadian pros- j within three months. in the Mioaie ta.c- i pledges of nationalization of Indus- might Jte lost. However, T.OI.long vji -7 i common coai 01 trj- to such a degree as was con-i after Opposition Leader ce j Russian plan, offered as a sidered desirable in the public in- Churchill, Prime Mincer .-ivt.ee ana j i alf_hour address before he for an American proposal -afvrnicm -Qooi-OTnJ-v WCrC i-dll m, v back to Ottawa to confer with under which the United nas jurnsl. i tjojj the split between the two major exchequer, gained parliamentary I asked him how he reconciled j jn the commons has been approval for two budgets, the first .HS vvith the popular tradition that Complete. of which reduced income tax from _______ terest are being honored." .Foreign Secretarv' Bevir. were 'T'HE secretary of one of the Ot3fer as' agreews that Russian suspicions leading West End treaties, demobilization, re- had hampered decisions on a Euro- me that when tne Derby national insurance pean peace settlement and that un- Sveeps go up there is always keen- and education pro- certainty must not be allowed to ness to secure No. 13. says the Lon- j grams__opposition members have continue incefimtelv. cor. correspondent of the Ottawa a'Teement. On nationaliza- Huch Dalton chancellor of the journal. th the number is unlucky. Ke had, it Before their first year in office put the same question to ended. Labor leaders had parlia- ___..._ ____ some of his members and the an- mentary authority for natiortahza- to 60 per cent. swer was always the same. If No. tion of the Bank of England, the 12 happened to prove the winner it' coal industrv, the communications would in one sense Jive reputation inasmuch mear. the r. the other fellows. i in acciaon. Meroert iicmson.. position He menuor.ed one or two other government leader in the house of parliament, repealed the trades cunous facts about these Derby, commons, announced the program disputes o' 1S27, legislation At his club anything from 1.500 to 2.000 tickets are sold every vesr. ali at a guinea each. He had Canadian trade with the Orient. India. Australia. New Zea- land and Latin America. He said that if Canada could not find new markets besides her two fnditional and essential outlets in ten to nine shillings in the and the excess profits Us from ICO Britain and the United States, she rr.ited States Bernard M. Bimch and whch must be met be- the United States wou'd pool her atomic "krjow-hera" under a feel the "sad The nroblems of today were dif- There were problems of Churer Ede. home secretary, tanff3 currencv manipulation ar.d guarantee of wor'.d n ?rt J" 'O would be extended to electricity ana passed after the abortive cen- gas services, railways, canals, long- erai strike and a symbol of defeat distance road haulage, road pas- for many of the strikers' fupport- har- en--. The act impcsed checte or. a general strike and prevented auto- 2ro ard 400. Furthermore, the vin- j Other legislation parsed by par- matic contributions by unionists :o rrr who rets anvthir.g over j liament gftve rr.e government con- Labor party funds, invariably a man of great trol over borrowing so mone-> might, The Labor government recaurd v.palth. r.o'iced that alwavs the win- j senger transport and cock and h; is found between the number) bor ur.certakmgs. Other legislation parsed by p; liament gftve rr.e government CE trol over borrowing so monev migm., me i-aoor i-ec-sji.u compnsin- British Columbia bracing "a svstem of sanctions for thr THE SOBER TRUTH (Manchester Item in a non-stop, inescapable, r imer-to-corr.er conversation in a in which no Derson known to cither lady apparently escaped liiely THE LEFT HAND (Continued on Page Six.) present three. Another bill arranged for assist- benefits for victims of ur.eirploy- 1 ance to local authorities in obtain- j ment. sickness or old age and add- ing building supplies to meet the sn? assistance for mothers nr.d Winnipeg, as housing shortage. The education i others A rren- health bill act provided authority for free milk for all hospitals bein? brought for school children generally after state control and the full range of Aug. 9. j healt' In contrast to controversy over able nationalization, the house followed'dents wherever they live. teatment te made i of WJ Kraft, now draion man- j Lroational control assured, uhilc nited Kingdom I ager m Calgary, formerly manager Mr, Gromyko pr oposed a measure f there. j taking the control out of United showed fair the defence bench and left the j courtroom with Albert Marcus, a defence counsel. jj Later, Crown Clerk M. A. Hurteau j. said that if Mrs. Rose applied at the crown office she would be granted a pass to see her husband, "Under a cover name, you have EDMONTON. June betrayed your land of adoption i berta's agriculture minister. D. B. and the country which has given! Macilillan. replying to a recens vou so much." his lordship said in house of commons statemens by j Agriculture Minister Gardiner re- foreigner, garding war industries in Alberta, poor" and said he would remind the federal minister that "it was the federal government's deliberate policy not to develop new war industries in Alberta." (In the redistribution debate In the house of commons June 13. Mr. T do not know of. Canada where the spot did less to headauarters spokesman said i ROM-INI CHALLENGES 'member of oar par- j sections of" the Maritimes and Al- imchtae had landed on a lake to BRITAIN AND U.S. liament. allow minor engine repairs ever-, WASHINGTCCT June "icstead of shoxvlng a deep erati-! Mr. In a statement, night. senes of diplomatic exchanges btw-cen Washington and Bucharest was capped Wednesday by a Romania right. __ era! Of agncuitiire whose record has been one of consistent disaster for Canadian agriculture as a whole and this province in par- ticular. "I would remind Mr. Gardiner that the persistence of a thoroughly unjust freight razes structure t7hich blocked the way to development of i the province before the war oper- i a ted against what could have been done in Alberta :n the national war i effort and he ana colleagues in i the federal government must accept the full biaine for this." Alberta's contribution to the war i effort :n agriculture would st-HCk up i against any other part of the ccunfrv had done on a comparative I population basis. Mr. ilsciliilan i :n Alberta would thank the federal minister of asncuirore to deal with the oeam :n his own eyes heaVi'eV' bp-cause. the judee before he talks about the motes be said there was less reason for her imagines ir. the ev-es of others." NEWS BULLETINS AGREE TO POSTPONE ACTION ON ITALY'S COLONIES PARIS. June foar foreign ministers -virtually asrced today to postpone action on Italy's colonies for one year, an American informant said. CABINET APPROVAL ON SHIP SEIZURE OTTAWA. June Order-m-council for government control of lafec shipping has been compleicd and only awaiis cabinet approval, it was learned tcdaj. It iva> expected the order would 50 before the cabinet either later today or tomorrow. PICKETS APPEAR AS IRON WORKERS QUIT JOBS CALGARY, June I C.P. lines appeared on Calpur streets this mornirts shortly after 60 eramjojees of the Iron Works Ltd- walketj off the job at 11 o'clock, to strike for higher and a 40-hour week. United Mine Workers of An.erica also announced this mornm; that a province-wide one-day strike of 6.000 miners in protest against the provincial Workmen's Compensation, Board would take place Wednesday. June 26. PREDICTS STRIKES IN 11 ONTARIO RUBBER PLANTS TORONTO. June Mackenjrie, Canadian director of the United Rubber Workers of America today predicted strikes in 11 Ontario rubber plants by Monday followia; the union stratesv committee's withdrawal of instructions to in plants whereby strike action was delated. FIRE RAGING "THROUGH QVEBEC VILLAGE ST. CELESTIN, Que_ June thai broke out In the centre of this Nicolet county village, spread through four build- and the parochial church today and was still biaiins 4s a water shortage hampered firemen in their CALLS FIGHT DEMANDS INVESTIGATION WASHINGTON. June Donald OTooIe (Dem.. terrain; the Louis-Conn heavyweight championship a said today. "One mare Slikc Jacobs-directed fight like last nijht's and boxinsr will be as dead as the dodo." He demanded that the New York State Commission hold the parses of Louis and Conn until an Investigation can be made of the asserting that the oouf was "a fraud." by international con- i Food Supplies Are Adequate T British trade Mr. conditionally offered to share hen OTTAWA, June -Canada's MacKinnon spoke of his hope for atomic and destrc-v the _h counters and consumer pan- be put into force by of half the nations of the world On vital point? it was dra.'-iica'lv st variance with the conditions which were laid down iast Friday by thougn stsll mo.-; pre- war food luxuries, contin-ue to dis- The Russian plan would forbid and production of atomic weap- food supply position. products ha-e tne rr.ost outsiandir.j? recent irnpro-.e- ment. the report said, with produc- tion marked up and lower butter prices genera! across Can- ada Insufficient canned milk re- oovver within six months after 1 enactment to provide its own ampi Eg3 production declined tiade embargoes But these prob- insurmountabje ana v-oun? men and wo- Canada f.ould see rrsitnnsibihty clearly and uoula or. it boldiv. i i islation SAFEWAY REORGANIZES for violations VANCOUVER. June TWO COMMITTEES i wc'C nad-an on'ranons of Safewav Stores It WOuld .set UD two committees In the west, pork we e Ltd. 'nave been reorganized with two to handle of scientific in- at out .n MI. .-p- 01 tntuuon the Bntish Srac.nl "a system of sanctions for fnuTs were availablr. British Columbia reported good supplies of milk while cheese was missing from most shops. All meats were in fair supply, was available but can- ned varieties were scarce The over- with Edsar "Bal- "of Vtomic in nrirVaVv be' manage, m -he tesArd Russian pr- manaer nere. t.ie Lnited states and Rus-ian pro and SPAPFRf ;