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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta GARDINER CRITICAL OF MEAT PACKERS FINAL EDITION Weather CLEAJt AMD WAXMHt VOL. 123. LETHBRIDGE, ALBSKTA, TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1946 12 PAGES COAL STRIKE HITS CANADIAN INDUSTRY 1 signs Surrender] House Piles Britain Tc House Talks Meat Prices Execute Holland Fuehrer Reserve Piles Britain To Now Dwindle No Wonder Ontario Hog Men "Beefed" SIDGETOYVN. who shipped three prize hogs from Ridgetowc 10 New Zealand got a beef from tlieir customers, who weren't complaining about the pedigree but about the'coss of transporla- about SIJJOO more than they had calculated. lasted in the bill the customers sent back after ruefully paying it, were such charges as cost of moving the pigs from warehouse to ship and costs of building crates aboard ship, tending and feeding the hogs, insurance, ship- ping cost and miscellany includ- ing worth of nails to build the pens to hold the hogs. An historic moment in a little red schoolhouse in Reims, France. May 7, 1945, as CoL-Gen. Gustaf Jodl, representing Grand Admiral Doenitz. signed the unconditional surrender of all German forces. At left is Major Wilhelm. Oxenius. of the German general staff. SCENE OF GERMAN SURRENDER, REIMS CELEBRATES QUIETLY Transylvania For Romania Upon By G. K. HODEXFTEUD REIMS, Mav city of Reims, where one year ago tooav Col.-Gen. Gustav Jodl ecratched Jus a-ime on a cocu- menE which, sent the European phase of the Second Great War into-the archives of history, marked the first'anniversary of the surrender too few soldiers in town to hold a parade. Citizens and soldiers observed the daj" by visiting the surrender room in the "Little Red the. former "war room" of supreme head- quarters. Allied expeditionary forces, which has become a French national snrine. The room has been preserved exactly as ii was at the mo- ment "of the German capitula- tion. The war maps are there, the weather maps, railway maps and supply maps. A "lay-on" board lists air force missions of the following day. There is a chart of Allied casualties as of May 6. 1945. showing 122.072 killed in action, wound- ed, and missing. Kest to it is a chart in the form of a Nazi swastika, showing 051 German prisoners taken. WHERE SURRENDER SIGNED In the centre of the room is The Left Hand Corner. a long, scarred arid begrimed table where the historic sur- render document was signed. Placed around it are 13 straight- backed wooden chairs, with placards showing who occupied them. Unless the visitor, loots close- ly he is apt to miss a piece of paper pasted on the wall near a row of windows. The paper is the "top secret" war room daily summery. No. 335. It reads: "Surrender. The German government surrendered uncon- ditionally at Reims, Prance, as 0241 hours 7 May 1945. The Instrument of surrender was signed by Lt.-Gen. W. Eedeii Smith for the supreme com- mander and bv General ObersE Gustar Jodl for the German government. Maj.-Gen. Ivan Susloparov signed as repre- sentative of the Russians, and Gen. Francois Sevez as repre- sentative of the French gov- ernment. Hostilities officially cease at 2331 hours, central European time." Otherwise there is little to remind the visitor of the hustle and bustle of a 3-ear ago. Bracken Motion Raps Gov- ernment Farm Price Policy OTTAWA. May Charges were made in commons Monday that the government's policy on farm price ceilings was discouraging farm produc- tion. progressive Conservative Leader Bracken made the charge. Hon. J. G. Gardiner answered. The debate will con- tinue Tuesday. The farm debate developed at j the night sitting when John Brack- en. Progressive Conservative leader. moved an amendment on a motion to go into committee of supply to study estimates. His amendment stated thas the government's price i ceiling policy was discouraging pro- 1 i ducuon and putting an unfair- bur- i den on the farmer. I GARDINER ANSWERS j Discussing the current beef shon- I age. Mr. Gardiner attributed it to the decision of Canadian packers that they would pay less a head for cattle. This action discouraged marketings and resulted in farmers holding their caitle back on the farms. The minister noted that cattle I now were coming back to indicating a end to the shortage of beef in Canadian butcher shops. as a result of prices moving back to their former levels. M. J. Coldwell. C.C.F- leader, said there should be a difference in the price naid for cattle marketed in the sp'ring and those sold in the fall because of the differences in Shut-down Seen if No Early Settlement Reached in U.S. TORONTO. Mar Shui-down of larje Canadian industries using soft coal was seen today as an imminent threat if no settlement of the United States coal strike is reached quickly. Lack of shipments dne to the six weeks' strike has reached the point where Canadian indus- .tries are seriously diesinjt into their reserves. Most immediate threat to Canadian operations is in Great Lakes shipping, al- ready curtailed and likely to break down completely within three weeks nnless supplies are resumed. ____ ML'SSERT THE HAGUE. May ters.) Mussert, Hol- land's chief "Quisling." was ex- ecuted today. His appeal against the death nad oren refected by Qneen WHhelmina of the Netherlands. Mussert was sentenced for high treason Dec. 12- Formerly a waterworks en- gineer, his formed the Dutch National-Socialist party in 1931. and collaborated with the Ger- mans when they entered Hol- land in May. 1940. In 1MZ. Hitler appointed him "fuehrer of the Netherlands.'' GOATS FOR GUINEA PIGS Pit Dust Gort for Seven Cigars. SAN AKGELO. Tex.. May hundred goats have begun their journey to Bicini Atoll in the Pacific to facs the atom bomb. The goats are to be placed aboard ships partici- pating in the atom-bomb tests to determine the effects of the bombs on living creatures. i T CANNOT be said that the late Field Marshal Lord Gcrt. V.C- was a lucky remarks the London correspondent of the Ottawa Journal. He himself point- ed out. with superb meiosis, that he would have been more fortu- nately situated as commander of our B.E.F- in France vhen the Hun avaianche was unleashed in the west had he boasted one fuliy mechanized division and a tank regiment. Being under Genera! Gainelin's orders. Lord Gort was not re- sponsible for the strategic blunder whereby, when HitJer's mechanized host swept into Belgium, we left our carefully entrenched positions in northern France in oraer to advance into the open "country of Belgium. Gon. won his V.C. with the Grenadier Guards at the storm- ing of the Hindcrjburg Line in the First World War. and was probably at his best as a fighting battalion or brigade commarcer in the front line. death at the ase of 59 ends a. long ilSr.ess which compfiHcd him to vacate his post as Palestine "high corr.ir.issior.er. The Hon. Robert Vereker. a brother two vears junior to him. succeeds to the title The Verekers are a fighting stock, and the new Viscount Gort ferved ar. First Wcrid War, being thnce wounded and gaining 'the M.C. THE CHCRCH1I.LIAN "ME" in New York Churchill's "This is me" calls to mine a class in compara- tive philolosv under Dr. Childs at the University of Pennjvlvsr.ia in 1S3I. The icrerable prcftMCr de- clared that the use of "me" was imported to England from France. where "C'est moi" is familiar and acceptable. as the "empha- tic form of the in Dr. Childs' wcrds. was readily pick- ed up by the English as sensible and convenient some centuries ago. In this instance Dr. French of THE LEFT HAND (Continued on Back FageJ, CHARTER BRIDES' SHIP EDMONTON. May ty-five Canadian ex-semcemen at a Sunday meeting here signified their intention to oarticipate in a plan to charter a ship to speed the transportation of their war brides from overseas and veterans through- out the west were invited to join the scheme. The veterans hope to char- ter a shio through a New York shipping firm. (By LOUIS NEVKO PARIS. May for- eign trsinrsters council today agreed to restore Transylvania, to Romania, and to list for dis- cussion Romania's other boun- dJrv changes since 1S38. but broke tip the morning session in d'sayreement over other issues involving the "Black Sea coun- trv. a British informsnt said. ANNULS HITLER ORDER The decision of the foreign min- isters of Russia. Britain. France acd the United States to restore Tran- svlvania to Romania annulled the 1940 dictate of Hitler and Mussolini at Vienna which awarded most of that territory to Hungary. Earlier, sources said the foreign ministers had agreed to restore Ro- mania to all her 1938 boundaries. Tliis would include the return to her of Dobrudia. which she harded over to Bulgaria in 1940. and Bess- arabia which was occuaied by Rus- sia in 1940 and annexed in 1944. Bessarabia was not mentioned specificallv however, ana the minis- ters referred the matter to thelr deouties for nrecise wording. Hungarv. by the terras of her 5ur- rencer to" the Allies, alresdv had agreed to return Transylvania to Romania. The ministers scheduled a meet- ipg for 5 p.m. (10 ajn. C.ST." to start discussion of the Bulgaria treaty involving that country's re- c.uesf for cession of western Thrace bv Greece and Bulgarian access to the Aegean Sea. I BITTER, ARGUMENT What was described as a bitter argument arose between Foreign Secretary Bevin of Bntain and Secretarv Byrnes of the Unit- laJi oecause oi me iuiiciciii.es> m production costs and added that i there was an impression that the J packing industry was a monopoly. The debate was adjourned by Mrs. Gladvs Strum (C.C.F., Qu'Appelle.) NON-CONFIDENCE B-4CKS TRCM.VX PLAN BUENOS ilr. Bracken's moaon. tantamount to a motion of non-confidence in May countries received j approvaj President Truman's proposed program for United States j RAILMEN LAID OFF WASHINGTON. May The of American Railroads said today that about 51.000 railroad men nave been laid off in the United States as a result of the coal The association also said that partial reports indicate that in- dustries served by the railroads, which have shut down or car- tailed because of the strike, hare laid off about 000 men. Annroximatelr addi- tional railroad workers will be laid off after May 13 when the 50 per cent curtailment in pas- senger and freight service toes into effect, the association es- timated. Singer Wins Balm From Hotel TORS. May Marcia Dale, oioiu! 24-year-cld singer, was awarded 55.000 from the Hotel Taf: ay a jury for "shame. humiliation and mental said she suSerec when two hotel employees brcie :nio her room. She had. askec S25.000. The incident occurred Feb. 5. 1344. white her Roben D. Kirstein. was nsiti her on a six-hour pass just be- fore goin? overseas. Use singer testiSed at the tnaL She charged ;he hotel ees kep; her and Kirsteia in a state of undress for 15 minuses :o belie-, e he was her husband, and Jef; the door open "so that other puesis of the hota could hear and see wha; wa: goin? on." Proposal Brings Challenge in House From Winston Churchill LONDON, May Britain proposed today to with- draw its armed forces from a decision that provoked a challenge in the eommom from Conservative Leader Win- ston Churchill as of mo5t momeeteus I have heard in the Hoase." Prime Minister Attlee yielded Jo Mr, rhureiiilFs insistence on "immediate which was fixed for 7 o'clock tonight O2 noon CLS.T.) Mr. Attlee the govern- rnent'i dposon brteflr, assemcs that Britain intends to carry on for trsatv revafon'wish as bevcreen ecus! ea- noes." Mr. Churchill was interrsBJed 07 an uproar from the Labor benches when he declared that -after 60 1 years of dinlomacr and acbninis- Innocent Says Lister -To Four o Philip Plratin Mr. Churchill then Snished ins sentence: beat art I with great labor are cast away great shaate and follr.- SUDAN NOT AFFECTED Csder questionnzg by the war- tJme prime ronnsrei; Mr. Aslee said j the did not affecs the Anslo-EirtTjiiaii Sudan. He said. military (collaboration witJi other American countries. _ IMr. Truman' the government, was moved follow- toi SERIOUS SITUATION ing the dinner recess. orguJzafibrMnd Offioais Consumers Gas Hog. dairy, and .lood production equipaient of the armed forces of company at Toronto said tne corn- was dropping as a result of the other conn tries in the western using soft coal for gas pro- hemisphere bv the Trolled States j and to "standardize military or-i HOUSE TALKS (Continued on Page Two.) ganization training methods." RESERVE (Continued on Faze TwoJ Canadian Bacon In Britain imcroo- FOR WINNIPEG erlv converted uUfcbc proparty :s. WINNrPEG. the form of food and coal to his nlshs May 12 Wmaipeg wiB. go on. use- i daylight saving- Cime. A. daylighs I 4. He utilised tiere for prhate saving aine 1 Guv Turner of Ottawa and its mem- i bers 3 re Brigs. "W. J. MegUl. K. A-1 Swirlir.ar. I_ C Gcorteve. ar.d G. P. i, Hmderscn. with Brfc. T. J. Ruth- erforu as a uaitiric: member ALCATRAZ EXA3EPLE BAD Lister entered objections to j the of Gen. Turrer and 1 FEAR COAL STRIKE MAT STOP SHIPS r- A .England. May Trade circles said tr-a. Canada t clals herc suggested tr.a MORPETH._ Northumberland. T.L-COJ C K. Gaze, defence U7 counsel, arcued three the May Complete breakdown of Ca- nadian Gi-eai Lakes shipping three weeks and United States insisted on freedom of navigation of the Danube, vital commercial artery of southeastern the cent of the bacon ration was main- tamed by imports from Canada during the war and the proportion remains large in spite of decreased j and on freedom of trade in! Canadian shipments and the Romania for all countries. appearance of Danish supplies ?.ir. Molotov said the Soviet dele- gation was "not interested" in dis- TRANSYL.VANIA (Continued on Page Two) PARLIAMENTARY NEWS OTTAWA. The commons late today gate third and final reading by a vote of 167-5 to a bill for ratifica- tion of thP proposed 000 Canadian loan to Bntain. The measure now goes to senate. DEFENCE ARRANGEMENTS OTTAWA. May Under strategic defence arrangements out- lined today in ihe commons by Jus- tice Minister Laurent. Canada has a 99-tear lease on Goose air base, may use the primarily civilian Torbay, New- foundland, airport for military pur- poses and may take over control of Gander. Newfoundland, airport in case of emergency. Mr St. Laurent, acting for Prime Minister Mackenzie King in his ca- pacity as minister lor external ai- fairs, tabled copies of an agreement recently completed among Canada. Bntain and Newfoundland con- disposition and post-war of certain defence installations in 1 New foundiar.d and its Labrador ter- i ntory. Mr St. Laurent said present agreement is for three jears certain, but is to remain in force thereafter subject to alteration by agreement or to termination on 12 months' no- tice by any of the three govern- ments.' The agreement provided that control of air bases at Gander, to Newfoundland as of 31 However in the event, of an outbreak of hostilu-.es involving Newfound- land ana latter mishi take 01 cr control of Gander for the duration of Canada will continue to Torbay airport as a civil airport for the Newfoundland-Canada sen see and might use it for military pur- poses as required. John Bracken, Program-, e Con- yervatr.e leader. the statement raised the question of future politi- cal relations with NewfoundSano. He believed the would wel- come a statement on whether there were negotiations with the islanc on ihe quesaon of closer relations. FOR ANSWER OTTAWA. May war expenditures committee oi the com- with watching for unnecessary told to- day one of iis own questions to the army had cost about for ar. answer. Chairman Gordon Lsnor Iav Deputy Attorney-General B. X K.C, stated here Utc afternoon that preliminary hear- tor Nari of war chafed at rt p Karl LelJnann. a fellow captzve. have J of the attitude taken by Defence Counsel G. E. A. Rl bndw in the men not to the hcann-s. Mr. Wilson stated the renHrains three proceed "but we rot consider what our procedure L m 4w of the attrtudc taken by defence counsel.- At the first week. Mr. Rice stated their duty not answer questions and they refused 10 replies on the stand as witnesses. MINERS PAT ON DEJLVND W 7.-..VP.'-The Mine Workers an- nounced today its 250-man policy comm.ttee pat on John U demand for a welfare fund and other concessions as the pnce OFc0 ON EGYPT LONDON May The house of commons tonight backed up the Labor Vorernmenfs suddenly proposal to withdraw Britain's entire military establishment from Egypt -ovemment a 337-to-15S vote of confidence. For the firsttene the Labor government came to power last August Conservative opposuion split openly with the -overnment aforeism pohcy KSOC. Anthony Eden, former Conservative foreign secretary, opening the debase, criticized the sovernroentx proposal. SEVENTH BCDY RAISED FROM LVSC.VB MTNE EDMCNTON, May The seventh body to be raised from the Lu-csr rawe" since an explosion wrecked the mine nearly vrar a'O trapping seven men. was taken from the mine oc Monday, John Crawford, chief inspector of mines in the provincial depart- ment of lands and mines, said today. It the body of sieve INVESTIGATORS TO PROBE MKAKI SLATING MIN VKI Ont., Mav Ace mvestisators of the Ontario provincial police were en route to MWiki today where Joan Smith was abducted from her home slaim durint the week- end. IV ;