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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE INDIA'S CONGRESS PARTY BRITISH LONG-RANGE UNION PLAN Nine- Alarm Fire ficial statement on India's con- stitutional future may be made tonight or tomor- row. SPECULATION" AROUSED There was some speculation that the British proposals for an interim I government might, be scrapped and that new suggestions would be sub- niitted to leaders of all Indian political groups. The original proposals called for a 14-man cabinet, on which the congress party and the Moslem league each would have had" five representatives, with the remain- ing four seats going to minority groups. The Moslem league announced its acceptance of the Britiih cab- inet, mission's long-range proposals' NEW DELHI, June The Moslem league has agreed to join the interim Indian gov- ernment proposed by the.Bri- tish cabinet mission and ti.c v i c er o y. Viscount Wavell, League "Secretary Nawabiada LJaqctali Khan announced to- night. Earlier the all-India congress accepted a Ions-range British plan for an, independent fed- erated union of India but re- jected proposals for the interim government. The decision was reached after a final-two-hour meeting of the congress working com- mittee and was announced by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the party's president, who com- municated the information to Viceroy Lord WaveU. In view of the congress party's approval of the interim government j acceptance of the long-range plan, plan although the league had taken informed quarters said, a new of- 1 no formal action on that question. NEW YOKK, June A AJUM-alarM fin sweyt the ferry iMHise at St. Staten Island, this afternoon, burning wwnaa death and in- juring .ther persons, jwtfcc headquarters reported. Five alarms in Staten Island and four in Brooklyn sent fire fighting equipment racing to the blaze which naited ferry service between Lower Man- hattan and Staten Island. Tanker Blast In Halifax Harbor HALIFAX. June ex- pARLIAMENTAR JL BULLETINS Y OTTAWA, June Trade Minister MacKinnon indicated to- _____..... day in the commons the British- OoO. The war exoendstures during! Caaatuan Army a sson kime Canadian wheas contract talks herarthat period totalled S22.06S.OW.000. i to the Manitoba, have been halted while the British1 This left some unac- court of bench tocaj after: and Canadian governments deal counted for. jar. absence of six years with a Euirtber of "important con- siderations" T-hich fcave arisen as a While reporting "substantial pro- I senior officer at Canadian military gress on the terms of the proposed Robert Mayhew. parliamentary neacquarters, Loncon, jucge __..... XT.--------Minister Esley icate general of the Canadian Araav MonUgueBackOnJM PROSPECTS OF "AYERAGT WHEAT CROP ACROSS PRAIRIES Manitoba Bench WINNIPEG, June Feb. 28, 1946. and the war debt to; JuKice P- March 31, 1946, totalled Montague until his from j 000. The war expenditures during be SO per cent thinned, the earlier setbacks from frost and drought being largeiy couater- actea bj- the later favorable ther. Warmer -seaiher is required in some areas to speed growth ol spnng grsuas. i In central Alberta, the Trfaeat j crop is particularly promising and coarse grains are improving rapidly wuh recent rains. All crotss show a very rank growth in the Stettler area where pastures are much im- i proved and a fair hay crop is f anticipated. From. Calgary crops are reported well stooled with wheat averaging 10 jnches in height and cats and barley up eight inches. The wheat crop a starting into the shot blade in the north-central district and late-sown are doing well. RIVER DRT I In the Peace River district crops are grawine rapidly, but with only scattered showers curing the week OFFICERS STILL MISSIXG JERUSALEM. June tary and police day they were a. hint" as three British officers still Spokesmen for the interior !um-" brmen said that despite the fact thct interior woodworkers were some places are becoming cnticaily by the camp spokesman or German i slated to return to work when the dry- camp leader of fellow prisoners of i general I.W.A. strike ended last The saw-fly flight has passed war. j Wednesday, some 200 plants are peak in southern Alberta with in- third prisoner testified that I still closed down by union picket festation general. Grasshopper in- fcstat ion. however, has been greatly Ser- _ occurred missing i eluded those up to "stripping of; officials from here are conferring from hailstorms moving ironi Coch- A after being kidnapoed June 16 by i Other testimony disclosed with officials of the Pnnee George, rsne to Strathmore. Carstairs to Irgun Zvai Leumi." Jewish under- tha; once a prisoner accused of j B.C.. area and a report is expected "round military organization. breaking camp rules had been strip- J shortly. ped of his rank and badly beaten APPEAL IS ADJOURNED up by a group of prisoners. TORONTO June 25. The REPRIMANDED BY BENCH appeal of Edward W. Maserall. 30, j One witness, a former member of had written stories on cically belonging to farmers to get 5 in Russian occupied, materials and equipment from the against a four-year sentence for the LuftwaSe. drew a severe repn- plant. This will not be allowed from now on Mr. Longndge said, because "the company has been taking advantage of it." Chinese Want U.S. Troops To Go Home NANKING, June 25. tft A i perscnVwereT the crash isree bv China's Xo. "I Communist THREE HTJRT IX CRASH EDMONTON. June charge by China's No. 1 Communist that United States was responsible 01 a light aircraft at Yellowknife. N.W.T., during the week-end, but for China's internal strife shook the reports' reaching Edmonton today NO CHIUO MISSING NASHUA, X.H., Jane Police investigated a report today thai a boy had been grabbed in the street b> a motorist nnd .-tuffed in the trunk of his automobile, but hours later they still had no report of a missing child. framework of peace Monday. The accusation was made la a statement issued from "Senan br Mao Tse-Tung. chairman of the Communist uartv. He asserted that the stationing of large United States forces in China was the cause of the eventual outbreak and propagation of civil war in its country." .Mao said these American military and naval forces hsd become ''a grave menace to national peace, se- curity and and that the Chinese want them to go home. negotiations gave no details of the accident and names of the injured were not available. The report identified the plane ss a small commercial ma- chine. ALL DAKOTAS BACK OTTAWA, June Dak- otas which served in R.C.AJF. transtwrt squadrons overseas now are back in Canada with the arrival at nearby Hockcliffe airport today of a final flight of five aircraft of the Husky (No. 437) Squadron. to communicate to STRIKE CALLED OFF CAIRO. June genera! strike of all workers In Sfeypt. Cremona to Airdne, Nantcn through Stavely. Burdets to Whit- ia. and at scattered points through- out the southern and central dis- trict. Average precipitation for the anyone else for misdemeanors in connection with rationing. FUNDS UNACCOUNTED FOR T confi-1 macd from Chief Justice OTTAWA. June J- todav in the commons that on the basis of figures furnished nun about S7.55S.OOO.OOO of spent during the war years is unaccounted Mr. Fouliot said on the basis of finance department figures she total revenue from. Sept. 1, 1S39, to adjourned until "an early September" when it came court at Osgoode Hall yes- on the witness stand, terdav Mazerall. Fredencton-born Three other prisoners charged Ttesearch Council em- with the hanging murder of Leh- was sentenced Juce 2. maun are scheduled to face the court separatelv at the conclusion of Parzenowsfci's trial. They are _ Set. Walter Wolf. Set.-Maj. Willie Wladyslaw Zagorski. a member of Mueller and Sgt.-Maj. Keinnch Stanislaw Mikolajczyk's Polish pea- Busch. sant nartv. has been sentenced to WITHHOLD SUBSIDIES WASHINGTON. June t-P) Economic Stabilizer Chester Bowles last- night directed that subsidies be withheld from livestock slaughters w-ho fail to set aside the full amounts of meat required for ship- ment overseas. All federally-in- spected packers must deliver to the government specified percentages of their weekly output, principally for famine areas abroad. death at Bialystok after being found guilty of membership of a terrorist group, a Soviet news agency despatch said today. ITAKEN FOR RIDE LONDON. June Joha McGovem, fiery independent Labor member, asserted in the _ house of commons today there was j which once a growing general feehng in Bn- j brought S25.000 from a South Ani- taia that the people were "being i erjcan purchaser. The Madcap, a taken for a ride" on the world i Holstein. Fresian. set a world record food problem, and that the situa- j in wjth an annual yield of tion was not nearly as bad as had i 41543 pounds of mUk with been reported. J pounds of butierfat. CHAMPION MILK PRODUCER DIES SEATTLE. June champion tnilk producer of them all is dead. Carnation Ormsby Madcap Fayne died giving birth to a 95-pound bull calf at the Carss- tion Farms yesterday. It was the addition to the milk queen's scheduled for today by the executive J province since April 1 has been six per cent below normal, coinpsred per cent below normal Mean temperature for ended June has been workers' demands and grievances. one degree beiow normal. SALAM "W. MORE THAN EVER BEFORE BREWERY MANAGER CALGARY, June C. A. Richardson. D.S.O.. former commanding officer of the Calgary Rogiment (Tank) has been appoint- ed 'manager of the Big Horn" Brew- ing Company Limited, it was An- nounced here this morning. He suc- cefds Dan J. Lucy, who has been connected with the Calgary Brew- ing and Malting Company lor 20 vpars and will retire at the end of this week. Lt.-Coi. Kichardson for- merli lived in Ked Deer. SPECIFY THE BEST... ..ON YOUR ;