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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WeatKer CLCAB LETHBRIDGE, ALBEKTA, MONDAY, MAY 6, 1946 12 PAGES !UE DEADLOCKS DIG FOUR Is Ended T Left-Wingririeste Is KeylR" Dead hi Rejected [I0t I H Cll 1 0 IB Foreign Ministers Instruct Deputies to Start Examin- ft I ft I U U 11 U Communist Socialist Sup- ported Constitution Giv- en Overwhelming Defeat Foreign Ministers Instruct Deputies to Start Examin- ation of Balkan Americans Nor Russians Will Budge from Stands on Italian Treaty PARIS. May (A.P.) on the Yugoslav frontier issue, the foreign ministers council, today instructed its deputies to start examination of the Balkan treaties, beginning with Romania, an American inforant said. The four ministers of Russia. Britain, France and the UC illOVl W vi i CONSTITUTION DEFEATED I Neither the American nor the Russians would budge Totals announced by the minis- from their stands on the Italian treaty at the meeting trv of the inferior covering the aadian Army Photo; Herald Engraving, lessons to teach. Pictured above is "Wilson, director of Operational Research 3. and deputy director of Muskox exercise left) as he greeted the commander of the :orce. Lt.-CoL P. D. Baird of Montreal. on the right. The exercise set out from oil Feb. 14 and the meeting took place north of Grande Prairie. In the centre ed Col. Norman 3. Edwards of Smith- ng Island, N.Y., senior B.S. observer with iiUon. ritories V. Stewart of Sivere Du Loup, STAND the switch to Balkan prob- Mr. Byrnes told his ihree col- lenis. tne possibility was seen vhat "the informant said, that the United States might offer con- he was willing to accept either the cessions in the Balkans to break the proposed British or French frontier: deadlock on Italy. toes between Italy and Yugoslavia j FEAR VIOLENT REACTIONS .j v.-as defeated by a margin of 457 votes. The breakdown: Against the iS3 lines oetween itaiy aiiu j For the but thai acceptance of the Russian Comcidentally. reports reaching j Even before the Snal count was! proposal would violate the London! Paris indicated ceci- known there was talk in circles of a cabinet crisis- There was sneculation that the' Mouvement. Republican Popuiaire go% eminent which it had formed with tfae Socialists and Commun- ists. Approximately SO per cent of tee registered voters participated. NEW ASSEMBLY UUb Wi .---a-------------------------t, ;j re the final count was proposal would violate the London Paris indicated that whatever ceci- {5a'u e was talk, in political i conference decision to use the new were reached by the ministers, cabinet crisis. i frontier on ethnic grounds. j might result in violent reactions _ i rtf nfTpPtprf. TllSSe Three Surviving Convict Leaders May Face Mur- der Charge SAX FRANCISCO, Mar Federal Bureau of In- vestigation moved into _Alea- traz today to collect against three surrivors of the half-dozen whose vain break for freedom brought a- bloody. 36-hour siege of their cell-block and left Sve men dead and 15 wounded. Xot a. single prisoner escaped. The three may jet San Quentin's gas chamber. "There is a good chance that evidence will be sufficient in indict the surviving for murder." asserted United States Attorney Daniel C. Deaiy if st is. he said, the deatn penalty will be demanded. THBEE SURVIVORS The three surviving participants. Mr. Byrnes' proposal of Saturday j from the countries affected. These Defeat of the proposal means that region between the proposed------- icaa and Russian lines was not rais- ed at today's meeting hold "a "plebiscite in the disputed 1 repora included accounts ot open vflJSIg rbc nrnnnsed Amer- defiance in Italv. strikes and strife ana me -or Urieai. 01 me proposal uicaiis port 01 a rcpaittwuiia avuiij France 'will elect, constituent! mission would be ready in a few assembly June 2. This assembly days. will name a new provisional gov- ernment and craft another proposed constitution for the fourth repub- lic. The constitution would have es- tablished an all-powerful unlearn- defiance in Italy, strikes and strife in Austria and veiled threats from i -3 un_ A Other disputed points reviewed at After failing to reach any agree- the three-hour session were the ment Saturday on the Itaiian-Yugo- slavia frontier, the ministers of Rus- _______ __________ sia, the United States. Britain and port of a reparations study com- future o; 3 rations. Itaiy's colonies and rep- It was stated that a re- TRIESTE KEY (Continued on Page Two.) ntories v. Stewart 01 rtrrere LJU. uoua, tablisned an ail-poweriui umcam- ;opper- 1 intelligence officer with the force, j eraj legislature, empowered to ap- ladium i the night before the taks-off. He j pojut executive and judicial branches i had said: "Well either all arrive at i nr 1 i south. a, B.C.. parade Avenue rmories on. will id men In., last Jed'b- mtreal. s more he last a. were gravel ighway by the better apt. E. i of the government. j The proposal was opposed bitter- Edmonton together or not at all" vlVlKKii... Despite the extra mileage, the ly by the Mouvement Republican j n connection with the board's cancellation of the firm's license. The board revoked the company's licence Friday and took over its assets nnder Ihe National Emergency Act. wor'f tne cihlp t.o siate the amount! duce DC taxes and s ce re- wr.ich takes nll set _ the la.-i >f tnt for private members.' titi, Ewan' John Bracken. Progressive Con- -servative leader: M. J. Coldweil. C.C.F. leader, and Solon Low, Social Credit leader, supported the mo- tion. Opoosition came from -Jamss was coal- three en at- e the i and d ex- kVoods Sinclair