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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1946 TEE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -PAGE THRES May 1, Moving Day, Proves Dire Need of Homes Across Canada By HARRY ECCLES, Canadian Press Staff Writer. .situation in Winnipeg, as every- I _ Says Iran Talks Just Camouflage TEHRAN, May Iranians said yesterday they beiiev- f where else, is lUlra fcau. but the ciiy j the secret conferences oi Iranian Hold Macklin Funeral Friday DEATH OF SOLDIER SAID ACCIDENTAL WAIKWRIGHT. May WINNIPEG, Mar I coroner's jury investigating of the mechanical staff i the death of Pie. R. J. Locg of Dairy Subsidies Are Extended For DEW1TT a houScg isISconvmSTSmVibd air 1 government leaders with Awrbai- ol the Winnipeg Free Press tteSSK HolSes. who are j jaman and Kurdish representatives pjUtoearets oi Mav. UP against it have first call were little more_ than camouflage here Frica> ol the Winnipeg Free Press will bei Delia, shot ishiie in barracks here the "Atlantic 10 the Pacific sou these he esplams. lurniture movers are swamper vrw nrn..sKs mitli orders- Xot as many, as the' used to have, but plenty of them, j persons funeral Saturday. 3 ag'ainsi it have first call i "were little more than camouflage here Friday of E. H. MaeSslm. S3-1 verdscs of for construction of 510 lO IlA-tr. WUC iAKTAl-J I A The Canadian Press'Souses and for three apartment shows the "housing situation is clocks. The houses aud fite apart- criUcal evervwnere. But people are meats were taken weeks beiore con- monne just" tfce same, irom one' struction was completec. 2ES.V another or irom the city; Sadouoia reported no% to the country for the summer Japdrtinenis. no one-moving. There are no houses lor rent at Regina. for pre-arranged agreeaients m Russia played a major role. One of Tehran's elder statesmen. long an adviser to the shah, said "the deal was made a week ago and the talks under way in a year-old alism, The lower half was pjn. C.S.T.. ia a chapel ney. occupying the low with burial m Kiidooan cemetery, a bunk ors which Long resting place of taanv pio- reading, was easing the spring of neers. Tne services will be con- 1 his rifle when a cartridge appar- village five miles frooi Teh- One mover explained "hings SKSrMS: house for another nanua with o Jier and province, between the Russian con- general and Jafar Pishevari.; of the self-proclaimed or v. I've seen as many as ten lanuij-. aroi il-s the same. People are moving into. houses efen .before .the, ex- I autonomous state of Iraniau Azer- baijan. sort of At a chain reaction." of 5e QftniOr R C M P Wuinipeg transfer companies business as the Alberta! iJClllUI held in Delia tomorrow. Greig New Head of Canada as Douglas 3. had hundreds of orders for moving i todav consists Ol putting today, families moving into ".uture mto storage while people t rn o onri 4 __ time" Housing Ltd. units and others j for h_____ moving on an exchange basis. Alcer- a. caigary tfce date has no soecial man H. B. Scott, head of Winnipeg and even less" this emergency housing, says the home Calgarj' has practically noth- Vancouver Herald, and president, of The K Sraith. the Journal- H. P- Robinson. Saint j Canada. John Times-Globe: Victor Sifion, the change was g: has succeeded OTTAWA, May Dairy subsidies, nhich were scheduled to expire jt midnight have extended fvr one vear by order-in-council, Asriculture Gardiner announced totiav in the com- mons. He said there was uo ehanse in the rate of the sub- sidies. Mr. Gardiner, in to a question from John Brack- en. Conservative leader, said the subsidies dealt milk entering cheese pro- du'-tion. butterfat in butter production and oil whole milk, thas. the whole !bt of dairy products was cohered. A. D. Merkel of CP 'Has Retired MacKENZIE SAYS Vital Conference! Gets Under At Simla, India Many Graves Needed HALIFAX. May D. By WILLIAM (Canadian Press StatK ROMS, May Two flee Caiiadiaii cemesies the dead of the 1st Corps ____ have been completed in. Italy, cept for headstoiaes to replace tae The round-tab'.e conference which; present woodea. crosses.- but is assemohn? a; Simla in India's', s: Italy graves of Cana- Himalayas to with the question j siian soldiers bear signs of asT iSaffl 5 of I-Qiac independence from Britain j temporary neglect. i be among the most i Agira cemetery in aiLy central fateful of the nuaserous j steiy and the Moro river iticnal oarlevs which are trying Ortona, -arhese_tae i .ron out ;he problems of our uou-: fought of their biggecs 1 Ts-orlc. 1 inents, are well-fcept Representatives of the wamng other ceasetnes beisg Indian All- the Canadian war graves i India Congress largely comprised, sion in. Fracce, Belgassi asd sol and ?he Moslem to face each other across tfces But the 5ta Canadian 1 table. With them sit down the Di-.isioa cemeterj' as envois of the depressing. Tie graves 01- An amicable agreement would l-s'thaa.225 soldiers _taere_.cave OTTAWA. rent. Starts Tonight 1 firms will be busier than usual, bui I s same story as in the rest of the rnovings arranged far :a advance to places that haie been taken months previously. SHOCKING! HUIT STROMBERal GlfST I IN THE HOUSE CUT IX TWO BY SAW May Sap- May Retire- senior Royal Cana- not or.lv India's 400.CW.- i vicus-y received D> of the giose's tlie 1st Cacacian Corps IM n" is the ilarr.m3e prov- J be catastrophic. IHOPE FOR PEACE in 1945 GRATES CKDER Para, cf ie cemetery lie under more isan an tech The active pallbearers, members becomes I iiiUi CT V.iili. i-i-i. Canadian Preis since j On the .boulders of two men rests the outcome in major ce- au- Monday when he "was cut in j by a circular sa-.v ai ne was to the rear cf his house sistant Commissioner K. 60, and Superintendent Donovan Saul, o2. was announced today Commissioner S. T. Wood. Superintendent Saul's successor as adjutant at headquarters here! will be Inspector J. F. Thrasher, j No appointment has been made yet to fill the post of liaison officer with the Federal Bureau of Inves- tigation in Washington previously bv Assistant Commissioner of England. in their member of the International Typo- ed up. KODEO NOT HUMANE SEATTLE, May cUv councJ. has banned a planned "championship" rodeo at the civic See arena here in June. After a lengthy and occasionally heated hearing on Monday, the council agreed not to alter an anti-rodeo arovision in a city ordinance. State I humane sc-ciery speakers objected. OXE MISSING IN FIRE VANCOUVER, May man is missing in a fire which Tues- dav swept tiie mungo plant of Kelson Brothers Fisheries on the south side of the Fraser river 10 miles west of Nev.- Westminster! causing loss estimated at Hillarv T. Roberts, net foreman. it in 1943. Assistant Commis- sioner Duncan was assistant direc- tor of criminal investigation. He joined the force in 1903 and after a period with the Alberta provin- cial police served in various pests in both eastern and -western Can- ada. WELL KNOWN HERE Assistant Commissioner K. Dun- can referred to in the above dis- patch is well known in Lethbridge graphical Union, the second news- nape'- publisher to achieve the President honor. Tne first was President! OTTAWA. Warren Harding of the United Alexander States. FOUND (Contm'jea rrom Front Pase.) prisoner's box when court coavened at 10 o'clock this morning and a delav of minutes ensued to enable police to bring tee otner accused aad some exhibits. As each of the icur was mdi- viduallv charged with murder, de- fence counsel G. S. A. Rice. K.C., oi Also Showing HAL ROACH IXl'CU iii iii and the Crow's JJest Pass where he Lethbndge. recorced a number oi formerlv served. other objections, contending that officer was stationed at j the magistrate did not have lans- Blairmo'e as a sergeant in the old diction to preside over the particu- Alberta provincial police in 1926. lar hearing and that tne accused Two years later he was nromoted should be tnea be.ore a court to sub-insoector and transferred to martial as prisoners of warv Red Deer." On April 1, 1932, when the A.P.P. was merged with the R.C M.P.. he was in Peace River and was mov- ed at that time to Lethbridge where who normally slept in the plant, _ could not be found after the fire j was brought under control. he took charge of this sub-division. In Lethbridge Inspector Duncan known as an enthusiastic QUICK JUSTICE PRTXCE ALBERT. Sasi.. May 1. here can expect j to get quick justice. If an amend- ment now being prepared fay the ceeded here "by Inspector W. V. Bruce, now retired. Dr. "Walter Dunkley, assistant pro- fessor of dairying at Alberta Uni- versity for the last year, has resigned cifv solicitor is approved bv council, j and will leave for San Francisco in pedestrian traffic violators will be July to do research work on the ae- S handed 50 cent fines by policemen velopment of dairy products a 1 rfoiT-v mTtftprVI on the spot. concern. of Chief Scout for Canada in at Government House, j and c son a Wclf Cub in his farhe: and I can assure you my jrj family will be closely ideniif.ed hb retirement he will rc- vo-k 61 vears old Turners finally are sitang down uppe. _i.o_.a. st-.e oi -Sv.-: together gives not; Scotia when e of the movement in His Ex- j turn. to the scene of his boyhood ceSlency said. Maj.-Gea. Dan Sprv. j where he has bcusiht 300 acres of yj ar; Lower GranvUle, N.S., near D.S.O.. accepted the oSJce of chief chaaiplain's first habitation. executive commissioner o: the asso- ciation earlier. SWING MUSIC 'ON SHORES OF GALILEE OFFENDS Ask Income Tax Changes, Senate I.ONDON. Mar rf Reference TO swing music being OTTAWA. May of the Angio-AmericEn committee on j two groups, the Canadian Chamber Commerce and joint com- each accused o: Ui a, man prisoner oi war in a camp peopie. Tun and managed" by prisoners of 5 war and that, therefore, they should i HlOHfcu j be returned to Gerrnany and tried J there bv a German, court martial. Def( ixavini conte; chareed as they are charged killing the same man at the same time and at the same place. Palestine. "The Lido, with its danc- ing and swing music on the shore of Galilee." it says. "o3ends ;es of many Christian the concession of Pakistan before even joining m a rouncirable con- ference. BOTH i JtJto Gothic Siat or around are buried. cemeines at Gracara. anu where the Array fought through, the Godito takes tirfde !n tht appear- ance of the Moro river cemetery. of her" constant o ._ Gandhi is 73 years old and Jin- allce Dec. 23. 1943. A municipal nan only eight years younger. Both pilgrimage to the cemetery on, tee wi; i v. draw. The likeness stops there. i shrir.e for daily masses have h is a dyed-m-the-wocl Mos- to and casualty insurance business. while the Mahatma is a Hindu. Jinnah is rich. The little ilahatmi hasn't a bean, with which to bless i his name. j The toothless Gandhi In his breech-cloth, and handsome Jin- nah. immaculate in exquisitely tail- id out in. sharp contrast at the conference. ored clothes, will The chairber asked for changes in the legislation removing broad disereiionarv powers now held by ____ the minister and providing a sim- OCTPCT OBJECTIVE piiged appeal procedure. The brief i also proposed" abolition of excess ALBERTA GROUP TO MEET ON JUNE 12 CALGARY. May Pltz- s. halted pending word whether. Canl aca desires to do this herselt. Many Toronto Butchers Close May 1. ment of veal from Western todar helped to ease Toronto s meat shortages but it did not go ward meeciag the demand butcher shop doers were tocseo. _ getting ready to close now and you'll Snti several hundred butchers doing the same." said Jena. tons. 32.000 more tnan will be "held in Bed Deer June- 12. I S. Foley. president, told sharehoid- Crown Prosecutor Walter D. Gow. j ers at the annual meeting here on K.C. of Medicine Hat. opposed the Tuesday. The company is xvc 1 .i. J.. w. j. i. taxation j alien, of VegrevUle. secretary _of j wring, president. jsf the Retail rwiddle around. lii> __ the garden as stay in here aad tat is the time when an employer may secure the best type of young person to train on the job, to become one of his regular employees. CANADIAN VOCATIONAL TRAINING a joint program of the Dominion and Provincial Governments arranges and supervises the place- ment of veterans, either men or women, for training on the job. THE EMPLOYER pays the trainee what he earns during training, and where necessary the Dominion Government will add to this amount so that the veteran may have a living income while training. THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS gives approval for training veterans on the job in any occupation which is suitable, and where the veteran will master a definite occupation, looking to his future employment. IF YOU, as an employer, have any training vacan- cies in which veterans may be placed, contact the nearest representative of CANADIAH VOCA- TIONAL TRAINING. OR get in touch with the nearest office of the NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE. This is Q real opportunity for employers to secure trained, efficient personnel, while aiding rehabilitation. NOW DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR HUMPHREY MITCHELL, Minister of Labour. A. MacNAMARA, Deputy MinUt.r. contentions of Mr. Rice and the hearings proceeded. Throughout the direct examina- tion of Constable Campbell. Perzen- owski sat with Mr. Rice at the defence counsel's table, while the other accused sat in the prisoners' box. None of them made any reply when the charge of murder was read. A plan of the building where the body was found hanging and 11 pictures taken by Constable Campbell at and within the build- ing were entered as exhibits and these were closely studied by Perzen- owski and Busch. Wolf looked.at a few of the pic- tures and then shook his head as more were passed him. Mueller in- dicated he did not wish to see any of the pictures, most oi which show- ed the hamrirs botiv. SPEAKS GOOD ENGLISH A number of limes during: the morning. a former policeman in East Prussia who speaks "exceptionally good'' Eng- lish, went to his felloV captives and gave them interpretations and ex- planations. Capt. G. J. Ryan, intelligence of- ficer at the prisoner of v7ar camp at Seebe. is acting as official court tens behind schedule at present, he said. t of tax ex-' Representatives of 70 '-'1- --01' "7 trade ooara groups will ter various forms of PUD- c_ of Brant- GERMAX RrHK 5DXERS Germany, May to internationalize the France wants dJS- cussed at the Big Four foreign min- lic and co-operative enterprises pen- s aiizes all tax-paying business to the advantage of tax-free i said the chamber. I secretary. The bnef giving tne viewpoint oi i meeting. 223 insurance companies complain- j _I---------------------------- ed of against joint stock companies and favored treat- THMPI irATTONS OF UlV-jTVl my customers X have nothing- ment for mutual companies. Teleohons calls to sergral otber i. president of the Ca- i sfcOps went unanswered- A few Chamber of Commerce, and J {jUtche-s said, thev planned to opest ilorrell of Montreal, esecu- rvjgjr- "far" a few j. C. Fletcher, mapager of the tario Stocsysrds. said-prices of tOfom grades of live cattle had gone since big packing houses announced, ther would no longer bay cattle at isters' conferencl in Paris-have few i The companies brief cuscussed the 0AYLIGHT TIME supporters among the miners of this recent report of the royal commis- u huge German industrial area. The sion on co-operatives ana opposed majority apnear content with British its suggestion that tuvraenos or -nn-yjonT-, i nrofit. control, according to observers here. it' tins "WARTIME HOUS1XG AGENCY OF CO.VTKOt. tOXDOX. Ont_ May -was learned rcHablv here th.U U'Ertime Housins undertake no new housing: contracts after the middle of but will become an asency to control all new building in Canada. to its customers should be tax-free, i interpreter, while QMS. Harry B force Kettema of camp the defence. Constable Campbell testified that he uent in to a head barracks build- ins aesignated as D-Z1 in the local prisoner of war camp on Septem- ber 12. 1944. and in the northwest corner of a room saw a body hang- ing. The room contained a num- ber of tables, benches and black- boards. Windows along the east wall of the room, which measured 40 feet fav 24 feet, were cohered with armv blankets and a movable black- board had been placed in front of a window along the west wall to obscure vision. FACE BATTERED Hanging by the neck or. a rope suspended from a gas pipe was the of a stout, middle aged man. His head was between two gas oipes. The face was 'very bat- tered" and the bodv blood stained. The head was "about feet four inches from the ceiling, which was ten feet high, and the knees only three inches frcm the SHIP EARLS, N-J-. cestrover escort ped off and twisted over Grain I Is Black Market Says Alberta M.P. OTTAWA. May G5 Fair iSC.. Battle River' said last night in the that if_ Winnipeg grain, exchange was it in operation then black markets G? ac the end. of their patience. TORONTO. May It seems that witn the majority Sam Carr said last she nasa c. of Canadian cities on dayliebt sav- been able to get in touca wilfc her me time anci Winnices still on husband, wanted oy-iedaral auiHor- standard time the radio schedule ities as a witness in fee espionage here has been consideraoly muddled s trials. Sam Carr. former aauoEal up. Favorite programs that used Jo oreanizer of the Labor-ProgressiTS be broadcast during iunch hour now has been describea in evi- come in the midst of school hours, I dence at Ottawa espionage trials j and rather than, miss their pro- as a Russian agent, and federal aii- fast time. movrng second bill to amend the to 306-foot warship by the j reading of his b: of three explosicns. lay black- j Canadian wheat board act if the local prisoner of ened and a total loss today alor.g- broaden its powers and thus elim- is official interpreter for side the United States navy's huee j majg the gram exchange. He _a.d that uatjer present system there were fluctuating pnces without there being any change in the wheat in Western Canada. The ammunition depot pier Lower Xew York Bay. PREPARED TO DIE WINNIPEG, May 1. Many stories of the colorful B. H. Macklin. dean of west-Til newspaperman who died Tucs- dav, are being told. HJS talent fof picturesque language stayea him e'.er. when com-.red to bed and restricted to read- ing paoer-covered books not lao heavy "for ha weakening har.cs. %Vhen a friend at his bed-'oc recently asked if he was feeiir.g better he rasped: "Hell. man. I sold mv car and cut a coffin in the "garage. Feeling better? You're crazy." Right to the last he insisted on ms habit of a drink and smoking a cigar v visit- ing fneads. SENTENCED TO 1LVSG COCHRANE. Ont.. May 1 should go on tbe heard from her But whatever the soiu- four weeks ago, when. He was uon the teachers will be m favor it. Irate Taxpayer HAMILTON. 1-- -The angry fellow shouted, got everything but my shirt.; you might that." and proceeded grain exchange was detrimental to an impromptu strip-tease :he welfare of western fanners. fore crowds of last-minuts mcomf Rene Jutras said tax pavers jn the Dominion public the board had done s. "magniflcerst" building. job the war and he said he i while women gigglad or shrieked, j felt house shtmid concern itself the man removed his shirt and Montreal. DODDS KIDNEY PILLS rnamlv with the wheat board. The bill itself made no mention of the grain exchange. SUES EX-HUSBAND AND sweater in the main lobby and trampled them underfoot. Police persuaded the irate taxpayer to con j the garments asain. ___________ I VANCOUVER. May ages towl'.jn? S11.300 and costs were awarded Kathzeen Elizabeth Rich- mond jr. fuorenie court here Tues- cay against Dr. Williamson F. Shaw. Vancouver physician. Miss Rich- mond sued Shaw for damages on the ground tha" he persuaded her to uiarrv him in 1933 bv fraudulent- OF v ee The body was dressed in a bleach- minister in ed khaki tur.'.c be.tr-.n? German srst manufactured !n Er.gland by Fleir.L-h weavers in 1253. inches hsgh and about 4O: of In addition to tne rope around the neck, there was a heavy mark around the rseck. Expectation are that several dajs will be reqir.red to the preliminary heanngs. IS WELL PATD I TODAY TILL SATURDAY CROSBY BERGMf FRANCISCO. Ma? The United S'ates army has a new nnxatp at S315S6 a rr.or-.th. James L Tripkil. 39. of Calif, father "of bojs ard five girls, enlisted m the air forces ?t- Hamil- ton and :his is how his pay adds up" 'tese'pav of SoO. S7.50 for prf-j vious senire. S2046 for rations, S23 allotment, for his wife, for the first child and for each of the other nine children. BUILDING BOO5I CALGARY. May i. CK The construction work under civic build- J ir.g permits issued during the first four months of the year, amountirg to was the greatest on record for any ,-imilar period in the history of this city. The Bells of Added Disney Colored Cartoon "Pluto's Kid Brother" Latest World News ROOT SECOND FEATURE StMaiys Mk MBUr TtAVMS-WIUIAM I Please note: Feature Starts 2.15, 4.35, 7.00, 9.25 Show times: Complete Shows 2.15, 4.20, 6.40, 9.05 i S i .NFW SPA PERI IFWSPA.PFJ ;