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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE Future of Canadian Wheat Marketing SEEKING AGREEMENTS WITH BIG CUSTOMERS OTTAWA. May Canada Trill seek agreements with its prin- cipal customers by which this country undertake to supply fixed cuailtities at, fixed prices over a temi of perhaps five or six years poEisbly longeh it was learned here. Kegotiatinas already have beea started with the United Kingdom, fcr asany years the biggest purch- aser of Canadian wbeas aud France. Belgiura and Holland that supplies at DEWITT temporary until loBK-'enn agree- ments have been negotiated. In lact Canada could jack up the pnce inj two weeks if it felt such a step was necessary. CA.V HOLD WHEAT Canada Demianent storage capacity for bushels of grain and in the fall of 1943. when its wheat surplus reached a peak. sufficient temporary storage was added to fcrinsj the total to 602.- uniform One of the points to which the t committee of the cabinet is much attention it -ft-as learn- ed. is the amount of wheat Canada can safelv undertake to deliver each year" havirs in raind wide variations in wheat crops ixtiareen. a good year and a bad vear. HOW MVCH? Agricultiire Minister Gardiner ex- plained that in a sood year Canada to hold ____ ___Jy good back enough wheat "to keep the ex- poris fairly uniform from year to. year. Officials emphasized the negotia- Britain still are !n the MacKENZlESAYS Decision Remove British Military Is Not New Plan I NAZI NAVY WAS COMPLETELY Distiller, Horse UNPREPARED FOR SECOND WAR Breeder, Passes (By NOLAND NORGAAKD) lied defence counsel Otto Kranzbuehler told the tribunal m J NUERJsBERG, May j his sraument asking that the docti- j Grand Adn.ira! Karl Doenitz testi-1 nrerits" be acceoted as evidence. I Britain's proposal to withdraw her military establishment from Egypt, after occupying that v strategic base on the Imoerial _ line since 1882, is sensational and daring, but we shouldn't make the mistake of assuming that it's a harma-scarum scheme cooked up over-night by the new Labor gov- ernment. since it most certainly has todav 'hat the German navyjjjECSM. WARFARE was so unpreiaared for the Second; waat to shew sihat naial war- 1 Great War in one month, it fare was really I could not do was able to iend out only two sub- j that bv showing onjy German marines. methods. I also shew Ailied j The former commander of the> methods in order to prove that Ger- German navy, on trial with 22 -nan practices, like those of the Al- I others on war crimes charges, told.; lies, were legal." i Doenitz. who as Adolf Hitler's, successor surrendered oersanv to Germany only y> U-boats; the Allies a year s-o. stonv- of which only a ;hird could foe used faced in the prisoners" box as his at a time. fight for beean. Apparently He said the nary had to discoh- neither he nor the tribunal any tinue work on capital ships, except cognizance of ihe versarv of t vitaliv tbe international military tribunal rial life- outbreak of the war found. j been under consideration in one form or another for the last 25 ;-ears. and probably longer. Winston Churchill in a heated at- e stages might oroduce 565.000.0CO bushe's of wheat and in a bad jear it might j fjanPt; other customers have not actually started although as late as today Prance expressed the wish to make an agreement. The liMpression here !s that u these agreements are concluded ;t -.vill end anv immediate hope of re- t tackn on the those nearins coaiolesicn.'ancl con- his surrender of al! Nan force's. central? every effort on building Th; prosecution already has Mibnoarices. i lensed the relevance of a iarce por- That is the reason submarine jion of Doeritz' cocuznerryr evi- warfare really staned in 15J2. -a hen s dence. that :he Brit- characterized i; as one of the most j momentous he had heard in the house. He added ominously that "after 60 years of diplomat? and administration, things built up with great labor are cast away with great those we sarted at the] j outbreak of the were put into; ish boarding rartv on id. "In 1940 our; prison shin AJtmark on crew I replacements hardh- covered losses-" j members, that the British fired en rs of plasie sailors in i man lifeboats or s-A-imaiin? in she sea. sunk or disabled off and cited several similar iK- shame and folly." SAYS BEST METHOD Prime Minister AtUee's reply io i term of vers had As one official put it. -if we rn- his Conservative opponent was that a term ol >ears n-o. w supDlj-certain quantities the plan was the best method "to! of at certain prices, we shall calm rising Egyptian nationalism.' AttJee ia-jj ,he decision w-as agreed to by the chiefs of staff and donan- ion prime ministers, but today he thiS "It is no: ray intention :o crit- cldents in the Mav 1M1, battle of icize any war measures by the Crete. been around 390.090.C30 bushels. committee Is wnsidering ___________ would require an normal eran_ purchased bv millers to ogy. saying methods of approach to arv this -from a good year would be held to keep the flow to other coutries uni- form- It was stated that the ex- port price of a bushel. whUe it is "esoected to continue at least to the end of the crop year, is only en be ground into flour for domestic j the new treaty were discussed but use brings the farmers onlv Sl2s the dominions weren't asked to and costs the millers slightly more j express agreement. From Cairo we _i. ___ Annfe. beinff leam Thnr rho jEgypt's Premier !Mutilated Body i Brings Arkansas DlSCUSSeS Plan jSIayings to Six H. C- HATCH TORONTO. -May Presi- dent of one of the largest finrs in the Empire. liarry C. Hatch. 62. died early today :h hospital. He -APS of Canada's most successful breeders of race horses. H? was presides- and chairman of the beard of Gocderham and Dominions Not Asked Views On Withdrawal Of Forces From Egypt Bv JAMES McCOOK. .of the debate yesterday had led Canadian Press Staif Writer. aim to say raore than, "as sfaouJd. i LONDON. Mav Answering Anthony Eden, former i Pr-ree Minister "Attlee todav apolo- Conservative foreign minister, Mr. sized in the commons for giving the Attiee said yesterday that the prc- impression vesterdav that the do- posal had been discussed lolly urita Bunions had agreed "to a withdrawal dominion representatives and that, of British forces from Egypt, "they agreed this was the bess i the dominions had not' method of to the jiear i ixeri asked to commit themselves treaty. i on this matter of United Kingdom} Today, Mr. Attlee said the -arord i responsibility. "agreec." might have given the In a surprise statement made! wrong impression. The method of after consultations with the domin- approach to the cew treaty had :on onaie ministers here from South been discussed, buv the dominions Africa. New Zealand, and Aus- had not been asked ic express :rala. Mr. Attke che course agreement. ;____ j Every effort had been made to reach agreement as consultations I tilth the dominions, but he did net 1 want to embarrass the dominions i or his colleagues by putting on them the responsibliitj- for the govera- ment's decisions. JNO COMMITMENTS 1 "As I understand it, while the Egyptian situation was iuiiy d-s- ctissed the dominion govern- Refuses Postpone Trial of Rose MONTREAL. May Jusuce Wilfrid Lamre rejected in court of king's bench today a de- ipncc 0051 :ii the iaH assizes of trial of Hirarn '.Vaiker- Frrci a charae of conspir- V.'orts. Ltd.. vice- m% ;o communicate .information to president of Canada Com- :he Sav.e: Union. pany a director of T G. Bright The Labor-Progressive member of i. parliament for Montreal Cartier i and Co.. Ltd. and of selves in support of the acuon an- nounced vesterdav." Mr. Eden said. Mr. Attlee replied that he had been trying to maie that clear. A Reuters news acer.cy dispatch were informed Monday at 10 Dowrt- cents, the difference being made uo from the Dominion treas? ury to keep the nrice of breaa at present levels in this country. WALKIE-TALKIE USED BY FOUR YOUTHFUL BURGLARS NEW YORK. May 8. youths said by police to have used ralkie-talkie radios for protection in 73 burglaries and 42 safe robber- ies since Christmas were booked iEO _ Tuesday on charges of burglary and possession of -burglars' tools. Acting Captain Thomas Hanm- gan said the robberies netted tne lour "more than Capt. Hannigan said Allan Coun- ter. 20. former navy radio techni- cian, obtained the walkie-talkies upon leaving the navy. Coulter also told police. Haanigan said, that he was develop- ing a device so that ihe group could use infra red light, and thus elimin- ate the possibility of betraying their presence. Capt Hannigan said two youths, equioped with a walkie-talkie, would" sit in. a parked automobile outside a protective agency, in case the agency was employed by the nlace being burglarized- The two committing the burglary carried a set to receive the warn- ing. Capt. Hannigan did not dis- close instances in which the plan was used. Police identified the other three as Earl Wind. 16: John Whelahan, 17, and Raymond Witiinger, 16. Stored Valuables In Reichsbank TTCTEEN3ERG. May international military tribunal was told Tuesdar that Walttier_ FunS, bv arrange'inent with xiemnch Himmler. tamed the reichsbans into a huge depository for gold teeth, spectacles, jewels, -watches and other valuables seized .urora concentration camp victims. Thomas Eodd. United States prosecutor, showed a seven-minute, motion picture made in the reichs- oank vaults at Frankfurt, -where troous found scores of cases of such valuables a year ago. EmilL_ Funk, in which quoted as saying: Puhl was 'In the summer of 1942 Funk told me he had arranged with Himmler for the reichsbank to receive gold and jetrels from the SS. I asked Punk the source of the gold and ne replied it was confiscated property from the eastern occupied terri- tories but I should ask no further questions. Funk said we should go ahead but keep the matter abso- lutely secret. The gold was taken from Jews and concentration camp victims u-ith Funk's approval and knowledge." Funk, who now is presenting his defence, protested that he did not see such things in the reichsbank vaults, that "many people deposited valuables but the reichsbank was not authorized to look imo them." TELLOWKXIFE GROWING EDMONTON. May possibility that the population of Tellowknife town and mining area about by the end of the season was seen Tuesday by Sydney Norman, staff writer and former mining editor of the Tor- onto Globe and Mail. Population of the town and area is about 3.000 now, ilr. Norman said and growing fast. GOVT. INCOME REDUCED OTTAWA. May Revenue Minister McCann Tuesday announc- ed the net total for income tax and customs and excise collections reached for the 1945- 46 fiscal year, a decline of from the col- lected during the previous year. YOUR HEAST WILL BEAT WITH A NEW EXCITEMENT! TONIGHT TBEKEYS OF THE KINGDOM JOSEPH L MANK1SWICZ AND AH Star Comedy "MISS POLLY" SOCIALIZATION OF WHEAT MARKETING MEETS OPPOSITION OTTAWA, May Bene Jutras (L., Provencher) renewed in the commons last night his opposi- tion to a nrivate member's bill which would" enable the Canadian wheat board to take over all wheat marketing machinery. The bill was introduced a few weeks ago bv- Hobert Fair (S.C.. Battle River) "and was brought up asain for discussion as the com- mons devoted the first hour of its nighs sitting to private members' business. Mr. Jutras said the way the bill was worded, the Canadian wheat board would have to expropriate practically all elevators in western Canada. In his hometown, rhere was an elevator operated by farm- ers. It handled grain at little ex- pense. If it was taken over by the board a civil service would have to operate the elevator. The civil servant would need a car and there would be other expenses. Mr. Jutras looked on the bill as a "pure and simple form of socialism of the most expensive breed." Walter Tucker i.L., said the bill would take away the wheat board's power to employ indepen- dent agents to market wheat. Plan To Modernize O.C. Steel Industry LONDON, May 8. (Reuters.t A plan to expand and modernize Brit- ain's iron "and steel industrv at a cost of fS7-i7.60Q.000) is prooosed by the industry in its report to the British government as a white leam that the British oSer is con- tingent on revision of the present Anglo-Egyptian alliance so that the defence of the Suez Canal would be entrusted to Just what is behind this Empire- rocking proposal? The British mili- tary occupation of Egypt began S4 years age. but we needn't go back farther than the beginning of the First Great War when Esypi in theory was still a province of Tur- key. As soon as the Turks entered the war on the German side. Eng- land deposed the Egyptian Khedive and established a protectorate un- der the Sultan Husseim Kamil. That protectorate lasted until 1922 and it not only bred strong anti-British feeling "but simulated nationalism. It was during this period that the British government canvassed the position to see what solution might be possible for a per- manent settlement of a dangerous situation. Now the British government pro- poses a new alliance which would place the responsibility for defence of England's interests on Egynrinn arms. It is imoortant to note" that experts say it will take five years for the British to implement such an alliance, and that" gives leeway to see how the thing works. May Street of the Bntisn proposal THXARKANA. Ark.. I in Prir.ce Edward county. i I Mr. Hatch entered the horse rac-' i in? game in 1927. Nine years later 1 he achieved hss Erst notable sue- 20. and Valraore Bsenevenue. K C.. repre- complete suranse.' senting Rose, asked for the delay yesterday after ifr. Justice Lazure had agreed to another defence mo- the decision "caine "as a Police guards were on duty at the Egvptian piesidency talks opened betwee: r where the j River county." said the man. Lord Stans- j whose body was found ca the road- j gate, secretary of state for air and bed of a raiirop.d 16 irrJes --orth of! head of the British delegation: Sir j Texarfeana. was identified as Earl! Manning Praises Alta. Bill Of Rights EDMONTON. May Alber- ta's bill of rights passed at the lasc session of legislature might well become a new "Magna Charta" for Canada, Premier E. C. Manning said in an address last night to the Edmonton constituency Social Credit association. Mr. Manning denied the sugges- tion made in some quarters that the bill means that a voucher simi- lar to "scrip" or some duplicate kind of money will be put into operation. The government, he said, wants the bill to go to the highest court in the empire for a ruling as to its constitutional validity, so thai no would have any doubt of its legality when placed in operation. The bill of rights was causing interest outside Alberta, which was as it- should be. he said. While it was an Alberta bill, the subject matter was of equal importance to anr other province. NOT SOCIAL CREDIT The bill was not a "cut and dried" Social Credit plan, as some called it. Neither was it a social security measure' or merely a program ol monetary reform. "It touches on all those but embraces much more." For the first time the government; itself was referring legislation of this nature to the courts. On other occasions, Social Credit legislation Hunger Striker Is Near Death 3y ALAN ifONTGOMErlT fCanadian Prest Correspondent! DUBLIN. May Cablet- Sean McCaughey. 32-year-oid foras- Sta-ss. whcse -xife -as criticaUv er adjaan-.-general of the outlawed papers treated the proposal tvith wounded bv same assai'ant -sras i Insh Bepublaan array now on a suspicion and reserve. shot by a person who fired through I hunger strike in Maryborough pris- The conferees were understood to j the irinde-'a? of his farrr- Mav 3 on r-ear Cork todsy was in imnun- have ralfced about the date for sheriff Davis said it was nossible oletiqn of the British wlchdra-a-al. that the person who shot Sta'rks was over until tr-.e fad. that Quoting -'an authoritative do- minion source.' the dispatch said there were no consultations on the to day ee toads the aa- the goveinnient comraoiis. ,tch said that it was ur.cerstood Prune Minister Jan C. Smuts of South Africa had made a last-minute attempi :o modify the He saw no harm ia evacuaiian of British forces Ronald Ian Campbell, the British ambassador, and Prime Minister Is- mail Sidky Pasha of The British proposals will be discussed tomorrow at the formal opening of the Arjglo-Egyptisn talks, after which Lord Stansgate and Sid- ky of the two dele- hold a press confer- ence. Egyptian politicians and news- Cliff McSuadden. unknown here. Dr. Ensler said his jury returned; a decision that the man died at the I hands of persons unknown. Discovery of the body came as Sheriff W. EL Davis of Miller county. Ark., and other oSicers of the Tex- arksna area were probing the deaih of Virgil Starks, one of the five re- ceni slayings. i opinion was wrought up madyert- from Calr and .j ently by the press thus prejudicing centres, but he thought bases. The Egyptians were reported insist- ihe slaver of PoUv Ann Moore 17- ing thst the evacuation could Griffin. "23: Paul XIatin. cornpleied vrithin tiro years and, 17. Betty Jo Boo'-e1- 17 that Egyptian army effectives could be doubled in that period. No announcement was made. CRITICIZE CHURCHILI, Nationalist newspapers were bifc- ter about the address in the British house of commons yesterday by Winston Churchill, who opposed the British proposal. Kotla. Wafdiss party newspaper, described Opposition Leader Chur- chill's remarks as an "evil imperial- istic spirit which ought to be de- stroyed before it destroys us." ATTACKS IMPERIALISM PARIS. May eign Commissar Vyacheslav M. Molotov of Russia last Monday at- The bodies of Miss Moore and GriSin were found in an automobile oSf a highway near here March 24. The bodies of Martin and Miss Booker were found near a pari on April H. i fair trial and that the nature of British forces should be' he case presented legal ano scienti- jj, Suez Canai jjgj fie problems necessitaung tirae for preparation of the defence. More Dynamite Bundles Hurled, Brewery Plant ent danger of he is re- of i packages of dynamiu were The fcelins here is that unless the Breweriesr tacked "British 20th century perialism.-' specifically citing im- the case of i.gypt. at the foreign min- isters' conference here, it was learned today. Foreign Secretary Bevin of Britain is not believed to "have disclosed at that siage the decision announced sitting of yesterday to vathdraw British! sizes. Arraignment For Seven In Spy Case OTTAWA. May On- tario supreme court grand jury to- day returned, true bills against seven persons charged with conspir- acy and various breaches of the of- ficial secrets act. The seven will be arraigned before Chief Justice James C. McRuer at tomorrow's ing the next fi serving a life imprisonment sen- tence for kidnap and torture, will die. The sentence arose out of LR-A. treatment of Stephen Eaves, a member of the organisation sus- pected of being a government spy. McCaughey demands that he be treated as" a political prisoner. The prisoner was visited yester- day by three sisters and a brother -i. early were hurled railway James street west the third the com- one was injured but the pro- perty damage was clearcut- One of the dynamite filled bundles exploded, causing a hole 30 inches square, while the other j. had its hissing fuse removed by a j I C.W.R. policeman. j Cpon being -notified of the ex-! plosion, city police threw a giant GIVE A BOOK OF FAMOUS PLAYBRS from Northern Ireland and they i cordon" around the premises. reported he is extremely weak and i partial strike has beea in effect barely able to speak. He has been j at >ianOnal Breweries' four plants j on a hunger smke since April 19 s-nce March 28. but the company and a thirst strike since April 24. has denounced the work, stoppage illegal strike anri production brought up to normal. The A fellow hunger-striker in North- as em Ireland. David Fleming of Kfl- em ro lamey. Eire, has completed 4S daysj international. Union of United nn hue his condi- 'KTo-a-arr- Worfcprs ;APL1 has de- a" hunger strike buc his condi- j Brewery Workers tioa is reported not as critical as that of McCaushev. Medical men say a thirst strike is more serious j in its effects than a hunger strike, j has de manded a wage increase and a shorter working wsefc. the Carleton snring as-J forces from Egypt. had been challenged by enemies who had taken up some technical points remotely connected with the measure. The British North America act, Valued Taber Citizen Passes South Alberta residents. though not Although eight men now stacd; j indicted in connection with the al- i legec Soviet espionage ring, a last- s minute decision by Duraforc Smith. Hold In Heavy Rain Sweeps South of England BOXY 'A FAMOUS' i PLAYERS THEATRE TODAY andTHURSJ old-timers Wt JL of noorf in Tabhspl to hear as are LONDON. May Cable) stopped traffic on some OTTAWA. Mav t? London streets today when the former cou'acii I ment has been reserved by the su- heaviest rainfall In years followed emnlovee. to elect speecv fial be- I preme court of Canada in a case a ihree-nour ireaK thunder storm i fore a judge, reduced to' seven the hinging on the argument as to j across southern Englanc. number who will face a jurv whether the travelling ana living The stonn. in some districts the Smith apneared before Judge A. 1 expenses of a member of a pronn- worst in tovtog memory floodea i G todav and judge cial legislature are exempt from; basements ana streets. Lightning "l as trie date fo- his income tax while he is attending a silhouetted wave-tossed shipping mi trial He did lot plead j session of that house. j the channel and lit up the French Those to be tomorrow 1 The case arose when J. C. Ma- j cliffs. Half of the normal monitor Cant Gordor "David Luian i haffy. a former Independent mem- rainfall fell m London. I s Xwht- ber "o: the Alberta legislature for i The wind rose to gale force along Sod" Lc> F-ederick C.olgary. deducted certain expenses pans coast. The extensive he i lard "Erie A earns Harold" S i from his 1941 income tax report. rain belt moved westward later to- was being treated for a chronic !son anc J- Scoaar.a Benrung. i T-sirn ailment, of W. E. Walker, of the! Benning. Poland and Lunan eacr.; I.aED and McDonald im- i face one cnarge of conspu-acy and one of the most j one under the official secrets act. firm of Walker pjernent agents prominent and Taber citizens Surviving are sister. Mrs. J. Tmswell. and his two nephews. Reginald and Leslie Trus- EVANSTON. Bi.. May iAl-JJliv- a J-JCOiiC -ti j J well, the former at Carmar.gav. the sideration of the bills much earlier latter a T0ber "repat" now in than had been expected and. when ________ ________ ______ business here for himself. There j it returnee. Chief Justice McRuer published yesteraay as a white measure. are also two nieces at M- adiourned hearing of a civil action paper. The British North America act, berta points. while the indictments were dealt Publication of the report, com- saia. gives the provinces exclu- Funeral arrangements are not with, piled at the invitation of the j sire jurisdiction over property and announced, but church icrrice Churchill caretaker government j Cjvjj rjcfjts He said that" from te at St. Theodore's Anelican i exneriences of the pasi few "f WAR. COMMUNICATIONS FIX PRINTERS' _____ WAGES IN EDMONTON EDMONTON. May The Japanese developed Regional War Labor Board for Al- i ort-range telephonic i berta has brought down a ruling j permitting their j granting an increase in rates for :onverse by means j joumevinen job printers in coinbat troops to co; of invisible rays of infra-red ton frona 37 cerirs per hour to University reportec j ji 06 2-3. It also reduced the work- i caretaker a recent announce- ment bv Supplv Minisief John Wil- mot that the "government planned "a laree measure of public owner- ship" for the industry. The Iron and Steel Federation's report does not mention public ownership. It outlines a plan for replacement and expansion in 7'; years equivalent to 40 per cent of the industry's capacity. Pleads Not Guilty To Killing Husband May plea of not guilty was entered in assize court here Tuesday by Mrs. Mar- before Mr. Justice A. K. Dysart on a charge o'. murder, j Mrs. Knjght. 38-year-old mother j of five chj'.dren. is accused of mur- dering her husband. 42-year-old Henry M. Knisht. during a scuffle 1 at I heir home here March 30. I Date of trial has been set for i May 13. this was not of much practical value unless the people were given te Mr. iQtoKn'c Walker has been a much esteemed j a 1 riUULC churchwarden for many years, and Mrs. Walker the organist. Inter- ment doubtless be in Taber Rev. Arthur Thompson officiating a: both services. Mayor Brown states business places will funeral hours fav the financial means to enjoy prop- erty and civil rights. The premier outlined the pro- visions of the bill for setting up of the Alberta capital account, a monetized valuation of all the j x'ince's resources, potential and de- ]___________________ veloped, and of the consolidated n _ credit adjustment fund which V 1 Olir Ol would be regulated by a five-man board of credit commissioners. The adjustment fund would be so constituted that it would provide j for the difference in purchasing i To Roosevelt WM___________ between outposts j 3K hohdavs. A de-' and frontline troops and to bridge of straight time gorges and nvers. j statutory holidays when no work "was performed was turned STUDY GERMAN PROBLEMS lhn ooajvj, on the grouncs AT COMMONWEALTH FAKLETc j that su-j, no- a p-evaiHug prac- tice in Alberta." May Commonwealth consultations Tues- XEvV YORK. May i day turned disctission Of Ger- erahssimo Joseph Stalin, in a mes- pconomic condition and the for economic unity bc- FACE STEALING IN r.S. the late las" nistht. lauded Presiacrit Franklin D- tweeri powers if a general break- CALGARY. May. Sorge mav be returned to the child- West to Start July 1 power and in the prices of goods available so as to balance these figures. The amount of the adjust- ment fund would be transferred to the general revenue fund of the province in the form of credit and from there wouid be paid out for pensions and medics! and health OTTAWA, May ROBERT DUKE NEWSPAPER! ;