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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THKSS U.S. Unwittingly Adds to Hurdles Polish Peasant Party Must Clear By J. M. ROBERTS. Jr., Associated ness Foreign Affairs Analyst. Wittingly or ably United States has added to the hurdles which Vice Premier aittoiajciyk asusi clear in tomorrow's plebiscite if his Polish Peasant party is to escape the grave danger of dissolution. Mikolajczyk's opponents, the group which controls the it. will hardly fail to capital of this x of which had been Folish censorship atins at Lublin before Warsaw was liberated. After the German sur- render, Mikola jczvk was admitted to the circle only upon strong repre- sentations to Moscow by Britain and the United States. Since then observers have been almost unanim- ous in their judgment that Mikola- jczyk represents perhaps cent of the Poles. 70 per Aware Of Sabotage Efforts In China Don't Sell Britain Short b Advice Of C.P. President LONDON, Juae SHANGHAI. greatness of Britain "is genu- Jiarsliaii is lutiy oi the pos- i ine and deep ami F. I. Ker, sibility that reacUonarv withlc the Kuoountacg meet party) may be trying 10 sabo- tage any new agreetoeut with the Communists, reliable observers said elements president of Tbe Canadian Press. (govern- said today ia an interview on the eve of his return to Canada after more than four creeks in the Unic- ed Kingdom. "Don't sell Britain Eiwzt." he ad- AJCJL SCHOLAKSHirs MACDONALD- COLLEGE. Qile., j Jane agricultural I scholarships in post-graduate train- ing will be awarded this coming year, it was announced Friday at the closing session cf the four-day annual meeting of the Agricultural! they have already saade and their! agriculture Institute- of Canada. to assimilate and benefit of the The scholarships, of SS50 each.' by additional training. I Committee, and Dr H. B- v.ere donated by business linns in' Responsible for the selection of i dtean of tbe faculty tbe agricultural field. Applicants successful applicants will be Dr. at the University of Alberta ror scholarships will be judged on j J. F. Booth, chief of the agriculture chairman of SebotenUp basis of scientific contribution and economics division of the fed- ministratlcn He and his Peasant party already _ _ consistently harassed by j When the army reorganization vised. I government raids on his party j agreement signed in i Mr. Ker. who !s publisher and 5 centres, some units of which haie Feb. 23. the special United States been dissolved, by political assassin- envoy to China expressed hope it and arrests, and by the j would not be torpedoed by "a small publish collateral agreements in- j suringr free political activities, and the of the tests of Poland's economic agreements with other countries, including Russia. cf a editor of she Hamilton Spectator.! attended the sessions here of she at m-rroft- Then, on Wednesday, came re- To get this picture cleariy. one instatement of the United States must remember that Mikolaiczyk is I loan, an action which could carrv the only important Warsaw" official the implication in Poland that the who was of the "London Poles" j United States is satisfied the who supported and were supported by the Allies during the war. Russia broke with the "London during the war. and near its close installed in Poland a com- pletely hand-picked government. This new government began oper- present government to which the Polish Peasant party represents the cnly real opposition aside from the nations! armed forces and other underground irregulars who have injured their own cause by banditry and violence. Refuses Dismiss Murder Charge MEDICECE HAT. June Chief Justice W. R. Howson. of the Albena supreme court Friday dismissed the application of de- fence counsel. G. E. A. Rice, that the case against Sgt.-Maj. Bruno Perzenowski. now on trial for the murder of a fellow prisoner of war, Karl Lehmann. in the Medicine Hat internment camp Sept. 10, 1944, be withdrawn on the grounds that the court had no jurisdiction. In dismissing the application. Chief Justice Howson, said" he con- sidered the land inside the ea- closure at the Medicine Hat camp a part of Canada, and merely an area fenced in to hold prisoners, and Canadian law in this part was in force the same as any other place in the Dominion. In addressing tbe jury Mr. W. D. Gow. crown counsel, reviewed briefly the testimony presented by 18 witnesses called by the crown during the trial. Regarding rumors that Lehmann was a traitor, and took a prominent part in Com- munistic meetings. Mr. Gow said these could not be relied upon. In referring to a statement given during the trial that a British of- ficer had been put to death, for endeavoring to set up a Nazi free corps in a British prison camp in Germany, he said. tbJs man had been given a fair trial and had been found guilty. NO PROPER. TRIAl According to evidence at Per- zeaowski's trial, Lehmann had neve- been, given a chance to defend him- self or answer any questions, and no order for his removal had been issued. In his address to the jury. Mr- Rice urged the jurors to consider the deed as an act of war and not a crime. It was nonsense, he said, to believe Lehma'nn "had been killed out of mere lust, but that accused had ordered and assisted in the deed because it was his duty as a German soldier. When the accused discovered Lehmann was a he dM what any Cana- dian would do Mr. Rice said urging that the crime be considered a poli- tical one incensed by patriotism. The jurv will be charged today. Bidault Makes Progress, French Constitution PARIS. June Cable.) Dapper and courageous Georges Bidault. Firance's third premier since the liberation, is away to a good start and hoaes are held thai by October the fourth rersublic will have an acceptable constitution and a general assembly that will be elected for a five-year term. Until the prolonged constitu- tional issue is settled France is fated to continue in vague and un- certain political situaaons. But the coalition government: now has been chosen and the constituent assem- bly is getting down to preparing the constitution for presentation 10 the voters in a referendum. The assembly actually has seven months in which to do this but it is merely amending the constitution rejected lasc June and is bringing it more icto line with the demands of the electorate. it. Bidault. leader of the Mouve- ment Republican Populaire and foreign minister in the last French government under Socialist Premier Felix Gouin. is urging top priority to the drafting of the constitution so the referendum vote can be taken by falL He recently asked for a party truce during the interval. .____imoerial press conference and group of obvi- I took part in a 10-day tour of the j ous reference io Kuomintang reac- I country. tionaries. all the rest of he com- Non-party advocates of peace j memed. "tbe people of Britain seem have been charging repeatedly that j a bit vearr and bewildered, but as s these elements favor all-out, civil patient and long-suffenEg as I war as the only means of retaining i He described the British diet as J power. It is generally believed, i "monotonous and J hcwever. that these elements, while! clothing as showing signs of Ions' strong, are not powerful enough to' wear: housing, following "nhtz dam- have their own way unless there J age. a grave problem "which does j is an overthrow of Generalissimo ;-0r seem to be -any too well hand.1 Chiang Kai-Shek, and presenUy there is no suggestion of any such plan. I He found devastation from the j blitz "not as noticeable as one might s However, the so-called pro-Ger-1 expect" wish rubble cleared away man clique within the Kuomintang Js believed largely responsible for a scars. lenient policy toward Germans. This policy aroused bitter contro- versy in foreign newspapers but no particular interest in the Chinese press. grass and Sowers covering i Announcing the -appointment RON of BAUMAN as our new pilot anc flying Instructor at Kenyoc Field. You are cordially invited to drop in at our office to meet Ron or phone him at our new held number 3380 for infor- mation or appointment. Kepler Aviation Ltd. Kenyon Field, Lcthbridge jTwo Children I Burned to Death Germans In U.S. Montreal Home j Zone Vote Sunday Wielded Razor hi Hotel Room "BOSTON, June on the witness stand where she fainted Thursday, 18-year-old Helen Stav- rou said Friday she went but was afraid to crv out when, she charged. a 24-year-old army war flier cut her thighs with a razor blade. Facing fact-by-fact questioning from defence counsel concerning 17 hpW-room hours when she savs IJerit. Thomas F-arrell of Somerville initialled her breasts with burning cigarets.-the former armv air field typist said her mind "blacked out" after Friday's collapse. In the room last March 16. she testified, Farrell pushed her naked on a bed, took; a razor from her bsjr and with the blade of it started to cut hair on her body. Defercs Counsel K. F. Callahan asked: "Tell ns how he was cutting your hair." "T wasn't the girl said. "Then he started cutting my legs, mv thighs on the the girl sain. Waiting to enter the courtroom th" girl sat in an ante room before an onen doorway leading off the corridor. Two middle-aged women walked down the corridor, looked in at the girl then turned away. One of them said to the other: "Now, are you FRANKFURT. Germany. June 23 j voters j in the American occupation zone v? Germany will take a significant step Sunday ia deciding what sort of democratic government they want. In Bavaria. Greater Eesse and Wurtemberg-Badsn they will elect assemblies which will approve or reject, already-drafted constitutions for three state j runners of a possible zonal "parlia- ment." i This major jump hi the process of I "democratizing" the American zone I is. however, stimulating consider-; ably less enthusiasm than three previous experiments in free bailor-! first in Germany for 13 Nazi-ridden a Greater Hesse military government spokes- man. STILL WAVING The Swiss flag is one of the oldest in Europe, and was used as earlv as 1339. EXPENSIVE CABLES In 1858 the cable rate between Great Britain and North America a word. MONTREAL, June children lost their lives and a third child was badly burned when lire destroyed the oae-storry borne of their parents in suburban Sonh. Police reported that an oil en the gallery of Mr. and Mrs Gir- afl Messiers' three-room, wood and insulated brick house on St. Male Street exploded, with the flame quickly blocking the one entrance. Burned to death were lose. years old. and three-year-old Jean Guv Messier. Police said Mrs. Marie Xance Messier, mother of the children, seized her fjve-morsih-old son. Den- is, and rushed outside the house with him, but by that time !t was too late to go back for the other two. DAY BY DAY The circle is divided into 363 ds- zrees because the Egyptians once thought the year had 360 days. MATURE LEAF The leaf from which tea is made is not ready for plucking until the bush is about years old. GLAMOR QCEEN Queen FJizabeth wore the Srst pair of silk stockings ever knit. SINCE 1939 I! mount paid to plant emjaiotjeei DOUBLED INCREASED SIX FOLD 'id to NO INCREASE AT ALL Year's payments by Dominion Textile To plant employees To Income Tax To Yecr ended March 31 1939 19-id Increase 617% NONE out of this is wage rcte !r.creases; the rsrncsning is due to increased production since 1939. of June 12, 1946, there were shcrehdders. DOMINION TEXTILE LIMITED the. Maitet Named To Govt. Finance Dept. OTTAWA, June acce department today i the appointment of Kenneth W Taylor of Hamilton, deputy chair- man of the Prices Board, as econ- omic advisor, and of John J Deutsch as director of the depart- ment's economics relations division Mr. Deutsch, a graduate of Sas- katchewan and Queen's Univer- sities, at present is acting as secre- tary of the royal commission on administrative classifications in the cml service. LTJCKY WHEAT In the Middle Ages, brides car- ried or wore wheat cars, and the guests, hoping for prosperity, threw grains of wheat over the bride. HOW MUCH MOST MEN EARN SUBSTANTIAL SUMS OF MONEY over a of to find that at the end of 10, 15 or 20 years they have very little left, if any BUT it need net be that way. Investors Syndicate cf Canada Limited have a plan which will help you to accumulate or more in ten, fifteen or twenty years which amounts may be vsnthdrawn in a lump sum, cr on an income basis. 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