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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 6, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE ROYAL COMMISSION AND SEIZURE OF ALL PACKING HOUSES URGED May Ap- pointment of a royal coaumission and government seizure of all packinghouses involved in the pack- ers-producers price dispute is rec- It is also recommended that a. per- manent board of livestock commis- sioners be appointed no look after the welfare and interest of all peo- ple connected with livestock and tee I MILLIONAIRE NEW COLOMBIAN PREMIER BOGOTA, Colombia, May Ospina Perez. 35-year- old millionaire businessman, ap- peared today to have defeated bis two Liberal opponents in yesterday's presidential election lor tae first Conservative victory in 16 years. Ospina, whose grandfather and okmeaded in a resolution adopted packinghose industry. here by locals of the United Pack- inghouse Workers of America The resolution endorsed a; an emergency meeting last Friday. uncle were both former presidents, held a substantial lead over Jorge Eliecer Gaitaa aad Gabriel Tor- bay, on the basis of unofficial re- Adam Borsic. field representative, disclosed the text of the resolution today and ssid employees of the majsr packing plants in Greaser Winnioeg are being temporarily laid oS because of the dispute. The resolution, addressee to Prune Miniiser Mackenzie King, claims there is a price war between pro- ducers and orocessors. and charges that the packers are on a "sit-down strike." It. urges appointment- or a royal commission, with full power and authority to deal wish the situation, and pending its report government of ulants ordered, with a controller Sri charge, and an imme- j diate suspension of lay-oSs. j CLAIMS CHALLENGED The resolution challenges the packers' claim that prevailing prices cannot be paid and still make a pro- fit on sale of dressed meat at, ceil- ing prices. The two-weeks-old dispute has resulted in a meat shortage in sev- eral Canadian centres, with live- stock deliveries, from producers far below normal levels. union quotes prices for the last week of April. 1945. showing ton quotations at top heifers and cows S9.15 com- with last week's prices here of 512.15 for top steers. for heif- ers, and 53.03 for cows. "This bears out the fact that the companies were able to operate in paying less or equal prices at this cbrresaonding time. "We see" no reason why a price war is necessary between the pack- ers and the farmers." ite today by Mr. Borsk who said it will j be sent to union headquarters in i Toronto from where it will be ior-. warded to Ottawa. Sdl -turns from two-thirds of the pre- Ottawa Parley Is Ended Says Drew TORONTO, May Drew of Ontario said today federal proposals at the Dominion-provin- conference in Ottawa were nos acceptable to Ontario. Quebec. Nova Scotia, British Columbia and Al- berta. The conference, however. These gave Cspina 309.829; Turbay 236.286; Gaitan 214.332. Toronto Crash Tofl Now Three TOROJJTO, May three dead and 50 others hurt police today continued invesUsa-1 tion of tbe collision between a run- j a war tractor-trailer -and a Bloorj street tramcar which resulted in the crowded trolley being sei on ,w fire at the mid-town intersection would" be re-i Bloor and Bathurst streets Friday Military Collaboration With Other American Countries Truman's Plea W. Funk Defends Financing MANNING BLAMES ATTITUDE OKI. QUEBEC FOR FAILURE OF PARLEY NUERNBERG. May gadgets, also several models of the New Small AH-In-One Hearing De- vices that does away with the Battery Pack and at great saving, also all other models. (Carbon type) small and light jet very efficient, priced from S25.00 to S65.00, and the new Aural Exerciser. (See this) for the treatment of head noise condition p.r.d deafness, and the Electric Vaporizer with, formula, for the treatment of Catarrh, Ssnus Pains, bad breath, caused by Catarrh. Accepted by The American Medical Association. You are invited to call and test any cf these instruments charge or obligation. Hours from 10 a.m. till 8 pjn. daily as below. (We make a liberal allowance for your present To those who call, write for booklets. Special for those or.'.y slightly NOS'-ELECTRIC-ATDS on ten days FREE TRIAL SS.OO for one S10.00 for two till Friday, May 6 until May 10 only Inquire at desk for H. T. DALE Marouis Hotel Lethbridge PLOTBERS WANT MORE CALGARY. ?.lav RUPERT. B.C.. May 6 crew members of the hali- but Edward lipsett, were overbnard Saturday by a ciant tvave n-hjch almost tcok the life of a third mar. when a sudden storm blew up over a calm sea. lOssinir are Andrew Soreasec. as sports officer aboard R.C.S.C.C. Chinook. Mr. Robinson will un-_____ doubtedly prove to be a valuable j tions with uav. addition to the officer personnel o" Chinook and the Sea Cadet com addition to the officer personnel of 4olhour week. Chinook and the Sea Cadet com--------- mittee are to be congratulated on i their success in obtaining his serv- i VEKV DISHEARTENING LONDON. Mey ices. Thirteen siehtseers who ascended to j Evening quarters were at 2110 and the too of Westminster Cathedra! i ship's company was dismissed at j Saturdav to enjoy the view were; 2120. stranded for hours after the eleva- Monday. April was tor broke_ An attendant BOXY 'i FAMOUS Pimm THEATIfi TODAY AND TUES. StMaiys Added Disney Colored Cartoon "Pluto'a Kid Brother" Latest World News again a little low. Many cadets were out of tojvn for Easter holi- days. Divisions were reported at j 1925. After divisions classes ia first aid. semaphore, wireless and gun- climbed 375 stairs to tell them they i would have to walk down. SLAYER OF ROX5R DIES NEW YORK. Mav by CSptSin _ would be a church parade on April i bein? treated for partial also asked that all cadets which doctors 'aid turn in their white uniforms and gunshot wcuncjn the spine, caps at once. NEW YORK W-- nU'ol annuafinSon G. Winant. former UnUed States be held and there is plenty of j ambassador to Grea. 3t La Evening 2115. at Ke fef bv to assume Ms _____ _ three whole divisions and the band J: turn out. for church parade. The weather was delightful and the j -LAt-K cadets louked very smart as they paraded :o the First Baptist church. Rev. Gerald ward picachcu Osi the text, "Aje. Aye! Sir." The cadets found the sermon very instructive ar.d enjoyable. After the service paraded back to the ship Council. v G.: HOSPITAL were at 1235. Monday. April 23-A good turn- J BLACKPOOL. Snalar.d. i died in Britain because lacked j cser.t monev 10 pr.v for a i ar.d been UTt- v: %.lL.J.t: J nf -rr-oi lr, Georc? of conference niarsct showing in Sunday's church parade, j jnd he asked everyone to be on j iheir toes from now on so Uiat Chi- j nook be able to put up a good Sght the honors in the 1946 GIVE A BOOK OF FAMOUS PLAYERS Ater dr.-jsions ship's company pro- ceeded to the upper parade ground j for eeirir-ariy drill. Tnere is plenty j of room lor improvement but the i caoets very well in their march- j m? coaldale divsion was quite Eood. Quarters were at 2125 and ship's company was dismissed at 2135. From now on first aid classes will be held on Friday evenings. TKKITS THE PICTURE THAT HAS EVERYTHINtt ...EVERYTHINtt FOR EVERYBODY Please note: Feature Start, 2.15, 4.35, 9-25 Show time3: Complete 2.15, 4.20, 6.40. 9.0S STUDY IRANIAN CASE NEW YORK. May Lie. secretary-general of the United Nations, has called a meeting of i the security council for 2 p.m. C.D.T. (Wednesday to take up the Iranian lease. TECHNICOIOK v ZOLTAN KORDA UIPN KiaunsoN c AUMTT swn xxm auutiTs ww wimt 'Truth About Murder" With BONITA GKANVILLE MORGAN CONWAY KWSPAPERl MEWSPAPKJRl ;