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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 194G THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE US. Offers To Share Control Of Japan With Britain, Russia, China WASHINGTON, June United States has pro- posed to Britain. Russia and China the creation of a four- control commKsfen for Japan to take over supervision Japanese affairs as part of a 25-sear disarmament system. The 25-year treaty similar to State Secretary prooos- al for the Ions-range control (ft would become oper- ative when Japanoe occupa- tion ends, but indications are that if such a treaty is made the large-scale occupation might be ended more quickly than otherwise. The text of the proposed treaty Fist Fights As Diet Breaks Up TOKYO, June first plenary session of the new Japan- ese Diet, today broke "P m con- fusion after fist Sgnts and genera' High Prices For Produce Continue duciag arms and shall be allowed j o''eraA Asnculture Minister Garomer onlv civil oolice havmg small arms, said here and such explosives as are neces- v' ti-nno s pnces of at least a fnr i ami> tryux, to con- busnel were assured for the next "Seal charged Higai Liberal, witn unfairness in pre-; through the control commission, an inspection svstem which would keep constant check on Japanese disarmament and demilitarization. 3. The Japanese siding and with making no elon j his to quell heelers wlule Tetsu Kata- ceaJers now handling the trucks, "tractors and automobiles turned by the gov- ernment's War Assets Corporation. Repeated complaints have been heard against the present loose j tens of prionsv for veterans, j W. S. Woods, deputr veterans minister, said "War Assets Corpora- i tlon had rejected individual dealing with veterans because it wouM mean establishing a retail organization i of its own across Canaca Farther, had four.a "adnnnis- trativeSy a suggesron ot a go inieraeparimental committee tha: individual veterans be anen Dnorusei through WAC. local offices waien wouJd be bmd- j me on dealers. 1 Again. Mr. Woods considered i: I unpractical for the veterans' de- j partrnent to act as a retailing m- termediarv for veterans. E. Fulton (P.C. Kamioopsi urged that the department collect veterans' requirements for such things as farm machinery and pass them on to W_A C. witn "the neces- jsary priorities. Mr Wooos said his jcep'artment could easily provide the i priority certificates The crux prob- lem wsjs one of distribution. Adjournment saw no final ceci- sioi bur therj was agreement that officials or departments concerned should be called in to aid furtaer study. Case For Crown Ended At 'Hat MSDICINE HAT. June The case for the crown against Lv-Cpl. Johannes Wittinger, Gercoar. pnsorer of war charged with :he murder of a fellow prisoner, was completed today. Co'a-t sittings were extended an hour this, morning in an effort to hear all -he crown Following the las; crown witness Ii S. Turet-tte, defence counsel is expected to call Sstt Schwalb to the stand Schwa'o -A as convicted of taking part in the raurcer when he appeared before Chief Justice How-son of the Alberta supreme court last March and sen- tenced to harse m the Lethbncige jai! on June 26 Pte. Adolf Kratz was also Tic-ed last March and sentenced :o with Schwslo but will not be called as a witness. Mr Turccrre amounced vestercay that he abo exacted to have "the defendar-. Wit'inser. testifv in Ins owi Huge Narcotics Seizure Is Made SASKATOON, June cotics Act charges involving: prob- aoly the largest quantity of drugs ever seized here in a raid were laid against Wilfred Arthur Feather. 33. in Saskatoon police court today. The case was remanded until Mori- da v. Feather, a former druggist and army medical dispenser, pleaded guilty on two of the charges. Sergeant J. Mesdagh of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police estimated the underworld value of the drugs at S15.COO. He told the court the arrest followed advice from Hal-fax police that thev had discovered a aian named Feath- er :o be involved in the drug ar- rests jnade on the east coast. A shipment cf drugs from Saskatoon had been seized and identified, he added Police said one of the shipments was macie sy hollowing out a fruit cake and sending tte through the mail YoongMenHoU HopcOfWorid the officers vnth meat cleavers un- thev were overocwered. cross-channel troop movements now be continent-bound rather than C.P.R. DOCTOR DIES Chow Qua! Dee. 53. -was charged toward Britain, as Bng A. B Con- wua being in possession of drugs. iieKey cf Wolfville. NJS. moves to bung the 2 COO Canadian troops in Euiooe up to the 2 SCO authorized for the new establishment. The formation will comprise prin- cioally liaison sections at British Army of the Rhine headquarters at Bad Oeynhausen and graves con- centration units from north Hoi- Talks of Tourists OTTAWA. June 21 H. Campbeli. public relations manager WINNIPEG. June A. V.. MOOQV. 78. cnief medical officer for the Manitoba division of the Railway from last night. His Alexanders Win Public Approval OTTAWA. June dignified nead of the state :o hked first citizen cf Canaca has been only a steo for the governor- general, and energetic Viscouir Alevanrer has made U e step a quick one He and Viscountess Alexander have had three months to get se'- tled in their new home. Hideau and establish themselves in Otta- wa's affections. have com- pleted their first tour v.hicli took them to Quebec. Montreal ard Toronto and within a week they will leave for a summer-long trip to many centres in Ontario, the nraine provinces and British Co- lumbia. Evidence of Ottawa's regard for Lord Alexander is in the reaction of Saar'-ts S'reet pedestriins to his picture, prominentlv dtsuiaved in ne photographer's window Warns of Move Totalitarianism __________jf, June Seams o? Pasadena, Calit, prwi- dent of tte States Junior Commerce toK members of the Ca- nadian chamber today that the hope of the world lay now in its men and urged there to work to- gether for world understanding. In an address to the llth annual convention of tee Junior Chamber of Commerce of Canada, the Amer- ican chamber president said no longer could a nation reaaaia lated. no longer could ooe nation oe prosperous in a world shat is stamag. "No longer dare we feel thas car security is assured when one atczn bomb can wipe out millions of our citizens. The hope of the world lies in the youes" fellow who expects za live for several years fellow who is interested ia his naucn as a oart of the world increased understandms. i "-t our responsibilUT, vours j JASPER. AUa Jur.e ernments in manv parts of the world in tne immediate post-var penod have moved closer towartl :otahtar- lanism and Ais increase in "con- trol ov a few" hits tne liberty of individuals which Canadians fought for. Hor.. R. E. Anslev. Alberta ann- ister of education, said in an ad- dress :o 100 delegates :o the annual convention of the Canadian Pnjsi- cal Education association Mr. reviewed the history of the Alberts ment which he said was oased on 'he philosophy of self-determina- tion of the individual. He did not fear the future, despite the trend nat.ons throughous the their seeking for the SEE DeGAULLE AS DICTATOR Sask. Farmers For Strike Action SASKATOON, June tan- Frank Eliason of. the United farmers of Canada, Saskatchewan section, said today that 53 of 55 farmers attending a municipalities convention at yesterday vot- ed strike action unless parity "prices for farm products were granted- '.Vsi-ae is 90 miles west of Saska- teor. to diffuse the nuns: traffic over smile in person on roads around the widest po-sible area throughout Rideau Hah in nearby Rockchffe. Of his countrv rjrjon N STILL SERIOTTS OTTAWA. June of Senator A. D McRae of Vancouver, admitted to hospital dition. was "improved. German doctors showed no signs of oregnancy ncw i ed for rhree days over a government' nous." his physician. Dr. F. W. J rflamo T-rta fifiVy A 11 o Twro The sjirl oroke into tears as the coon pronouncec I demand tnat Gen. Marshall, special! MacKinnon of Ottawa, said. United States envoy, be given pow- i Wants Separate OTTAWA. June pros- IP was seen in informed circles j LJeal f OT here Thursday that, with Fred Rose j sentenced in Montreal, court pro- MCCSS JAW. Sask., June ceedings against Canada's current -general J. W Corman! espionage accused generally will said in a radio adaiess today that mark time until the autumn. j the Dominion government ''could and should" give Saskatchewan a ers to pute. arbitrate the internal dis- The appeal of Edward Mazerall former National Research Council engineer, against his sentence of four years now replaces the Rose case as the crux of the whole pro- cedure here. Ottawa, scene of the big ma- jority of the cases, has seen steady delajs because of the need all of them, for the documents and some witnesses in the trial of Roce, Labor-Progressive member of par- liament for Montreal-Cartier. It is understood that several new Domts of law will be argued w.nen WINNIPEG. June Mazerail appears before the Ontario will be held court of appeal in Toronto Postmasters Ask Higher Salaries CALGARY. June The! post office department will be asked to investigate conditions existing in grade B and C post offices with a view to setting ua a graduated and separate financial agreement as it stanaardized "cale of salaries basec did in 1941. By jour vote ;ou will be baeK- ing up'pither the Dominion in us refusal of the province ui its de- of ti1 mand for a fair Division of the dian wealth ol Canada." he said in a prepared talk over station CHAB on the issues of tne Morse provin- cial cons-iitcencv by-election. B. F. GOODRICH BATTERIES >roulf! for lone Jifr. crt B Y- Goodrich B F, Goodrich for expert I t H i j BEGoodrich MRST IN RUBBER B. F. Goodrich SILVERTOWN TIRES More Rain Hits Southwest Ontario on revenue of the respective offices. This was resor-ea at the closing ses- sion of the 1946 annual convention Alberta branch of the Cana- Postmasters' Association here vestercay. The department will aiso be asked to make oost oHice staffs members of the civil service to be eligible for benefits of that service. Donald Taj lor. Vermilion, was re-elected president of the Alberta branch of the C A. for the ensuing _...._____ year Mr Taylor is also Dominion at Portage" la Prairie Man. June 29 president of the association. Ail other officers werp re-elected They arc Vice-president, E. FbuSds. Dsibunie. committee. L MecDomia, Clairuiont. H. Morgan. William Tait-White. COVENTTON CHATHAM. Ont. June 2! f A rainstorm whirn over tnis area last night was another set- back for farmers who had hoped steady drainage of ianos, flooded in recent storms, might permit ic- planting ot crops. As a result many farmers have given up hope of operating on a normal scale, though said i the season's crops wouid not be lost if the flood waters leave the land within the next 12 hours. j An original estimate of 000 damage to crons was said to have been fairlv accurate. Flood i waters were slowly receding in most sections of Kent ana Essex counties, but in the Dover area, where broke under pressure i flood waters, farmers reported water j on the was almost on a level j with the ditcnes Farmers, who viewed with disniav further rainstorms at the present i time, iaid thev would be welcome j when the flood waters were off the I fields They would oe useful in washing the muck and silt from candidate to con- test bv-election in that feceral constituency necessitated bv tne deatn last" Mav of Harry Leader Liberal rrcmser party headquarters announced todav. Brooics the plants and allowing them breathe more easilj to L BURNED TO DEATH KERROBSRT. Jure 21 iff -W- DISTRIBUTORS FOR GREATER LETHBRIDGE IMPERIAL MOTORS (Lethbridge) LTD. chiia was burner, to deatn ana two others injurec todgv when the farm home o. Alex six miles north of :own, was; oestroved by ;.re Kerrooert is about 130 miles wcat of Saso.aioon., SHORT STOP AUTO SERVICE INST KILLED WINNIPEG. June Allison 14, of Roland. Man 45 miles fcouthwast of Winnipeg, was i ki'led instantly jestercav a he was driving overturned pmned him beneath it. i MERCURY AND LINCOLN CARS CORNER FOCRTH AVENUE AND FIGHTH STREET S. PHONE 4167 i BIDAULT'S WAGE OFFER PARIS, June President Georges Bidault with trade union leaders todav and uas i said to have offered them '...nited uage mf-c.iscs instead of the 25-per-cent raise thej seek. SPAPFRf You'rewell on Hour waq when jou ae-Nuts Tablespoons of Grap ;