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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, MAY THREE AIRCRAFT IN CRASH-MANY KILLED FEXSACOLA. Fla- May 25 and 30 bodies were from the age of two foar-engined bomb- ers and a. smaller plane which crashed today in a remote sec- tor north of Munson. L. C. Cook. disaatcher for the state- forest service, reported. Cook said a search parry from the naval training centre here went to the scene, and that he was informed by members the party the death toll exceed- Cook. stationed ai Munson, said he -saw three planes flying: north about o'clock this moxrans- The aircraft appar- ently were engased in manoeu- vres" and the sroaller ship was dirinc in the direction of the bombers, he reported. A shore while later he saw a. column cf smoke and sent a ranger to ic- for Gen. Burns." Forzcer commander of the Canadian Corps in Italy. Gen.i Bums issued tins statement: is 220 ss I B-ig Lister's statesmen! regarding s me. At no t_me in Italy did 1 occuEy a tina. flat or other dweJUng other than ss a. headquarters and with! the 'jsuai staff officers is residence j with me. 1 "Neither Brig. lister nor else secured a villa for me." Gen. Bums commanded the corps. Lister was ius chief I quarter-raster. Mohony, V.C. Permanent Army VANCOUVER, May Jack Mahony. V.C, has left Vancouver for Edmonton join headquarters staff cf West- ern Command. The appointment marks entry of the New Westminster soldier into Canada's permanent force- It pois nigh in the executive ranks in the of trainin; and use of his ex- perience in England and in Italy, he hfe V.C. Major Mabonj- lately has been fa ebarse of the discharge at Little Mountain, totally inadequate to meet the ce- told parliament recently that spe- cial inducements have been offered saTOiS-s west io S02ie tvoes of lumber to Ontario. It is in Ontario that the shortage is most In Maritimes mills soon go into production and ample suopUes are expected to take care of "the demand in Nova Scotia and Expect Dominion To Remove Japs There has been no change in the agreement with the federal govern- ment resulting she residence of Japanese in. Alberta. Precaier Man- HEBBEKT MORK1SON MAV VISIT OTTAWA LONDON. May Mos said today. as commetttmg on -eport from British Columbia j i Japanese camps that jnany ing more libber available. Kight here :t should be ex tfca; is dressed fa'o-by-fours aKd sucn. Timber is the raV material and pro- ducnon of ass been as great, as GEN. SIMONDS the council who is leaving tomcrro'K- on a food mission, to will visit Ot- tawa if time permits, it was learned today. la any event. Mr. Morrison plans to meet Canadian authorities in Mina'si. Onu home. Murder Suspect Held In Kenora KESORA. OnU May ice investigating the slaying or three-vear-old Joan South. Jap- Washington, probably ambassador to the crushed against a boulder. are holding a here on vag- United i raacy charge. to remove any Japanese famines -afco took up residence Alberta, during tSe years. the nas been no change !n terms of that agreement and Sn sho-uic -I had no ar acco: e about ir- mocatisn ty otier i: :n Gen. I read about i: Mental's Gen. S Montaguejenred y administration forces in the Neth- erlands. H. H. Seefier o' Montreal an srtil- Kshting" and later in th? Nether- case Lister ought to have b-ousht to ray attention rather than" use it ss a precedent, for Gen. Simoncs said. Questioned regarding previous evidence by Brig. lister thst Gen. no changes have been said premier. ______ Pat Ashby And His Sheep Ask Conciliation In Lumber Crisis VANCOUVER, May 1 made application The Boan, described as aa eccen- tric. -A-as reported to have been ja Micaki when the caild was aoduct- ed iroia her bedroom and kiUeo. last Saturday sight. Inspector H. Storey or the oa- taro "provincial police confirmed asan iras in custody but refused the Labor Relations Board for conoh- I tion of iss dispute after refusing to submit the union security question i to arbitration. The International Woodworkers other All the machinerr and equip- ment new and expecta- tions, are thai the bulk of it -will manufactured in Canada. Marhinerv of a highly special- iied type -will be purchased either in the United Stales or Great Britain. The new plant will be com- pletely and plans b'. ha' to make it the most modern in sus- i sugar beet processing factory in pending Lister "en altogether, North America, of From j anaoucced logging CHARGES -CLOUDED- CoL Gage, dunr-c nis ___. teat Ge iatiori 01 :be pres- Plans are to a. snbsidiary front, feet up under my shirt and RECAPTURE THREE t 40 yeais old at ibe Red ing centre as a carpenter going to Mioaki. He had worked for Postmaster Joe Goldberg at Slinaki from May 1 until last Monday, the day after the girl's body u-as found. When he left he said he would be back in a couple of days. "The public likes to read about since disproved provide it with a Simonds Lister plant lor dryin; beet accepted of a Uutch u. :ad heard from s. Uutch Sis. lister had "rade No. 1 but, he gets grade No. 2. If he complains he's iold to send it urge the strikers back to their while the government; helps work _______ oat a contract within a soecined back because the supplier has plenty period of lime, perhaps 30 "cavs. or customers who won't complaiE- Lewis has demanded that, the j The J'-miber shortage is marked opsrators contribute to a health I at Winnipeg. Saskatoon. Hegma and welfare fund for miners. The j and even Vancouver. At Winnipeg operators say he wants a 10 cent the stuS available is of poor Prepare your car for that trip. Our ser- Tzees Include Washing-, .rng, Siniorizing-, Lsbrf cation. Slotor 'lune- su. and Drive line Overhauls. Ke lining Brakes, Steering- Align- ment. Bodj Kepairs and Beny Chewolet- Oldsmobile Ltd. Chevrolet, OUsmohOe Cars; Cterrolet and Staple Leaf Trucks Service Two locations: Tth Street S Lethbridre the action later wasi Sugar beet growers in southern 'Alberta, contracted to raise Esout n! Simcnds said Brig. 31.000 acres of beets for the prp- was noi named in. cessrcg -sas la'er and sent to Sng der close arrest. s-jsoended a j acreage hare farmer ciuei-of-staS." Gen. "I wc-uld not procses if I act consider i; XS to do so" th- Bavmond and Picture Batte plants "turn oat wet to equip it so thai will be csed for sugar-golfing __......... Completion of the nevr plani -srili a ton royalty. The United Mine area sugar beet proces-1 TVorkers chief has refused to give details of other demands trhich proved safety laws, bet- c shorter hours, until the demand is in APPROACH 3y JACK: wruuiAMs Press Staff Wriier.) OTTAWA. May group of major Canadian labor unions. an eye cocked az the continu- ing strike of American sofi coal miners, are edging toward dead- lines in demands for higher wages and shoner hours. F-rst deadline is that of May 15, set by rhe International Wood- vrorkers of America for s. walkout; of men in the Brit- ish Columbia lumber industry. Coal shortages resuliing from the Unit- ed States mine stoppage have BO effect 03 siniarion but possi- company year, the rearesanung a slight in- :land tut-! creass ever 1S45 anci geners Iharses against Carded as the possible cnds about ar 2y policy j and Alberta Sugar Beet; ers" Assodatioa, the agreemeat call- ing fo- construciion of -iie third plant, in 1942. The oatareak of -srar ever. Genera! feeling is that; today's of- ficial announcement assures ful- reo-uisiioned property generally, j csnstmcnon impossible, Gei- Simo-ics said the army en- deavored to release as many as ?os- sfiue of ihe public btnlainis ara____ schools as barracss. buz there o-f obliganon nor tie same urgency regarding third factory. tcivate homes. I "DENIES STATEMENT Mav 10. S. L. M-. i direcior-seneral of veterans' reoa- j hSitatioi said today there vas "no truth in a. statsmep-; about himself attributed to 3fig. lister ia testifying in his f ence in ED. army coon saartial in In T-iaH-'-g- the offidai announce- ment. Mr. Hogers and Mr. Wood stated: TEXT OF ANNOUNCEMENT -It has been decided by Canadian Susar Factories, i.td_ to commence cosstracaon Of a third beet sugar factory in Alberts, serving the tfirri- torv east of and desig- nated as the Taber-3artiweE-Cosl- An Amsterdam quoted Brig. lister as sajing thai using requisitioned premises m Asnsterdajn he said ie 'followed tie lead of others' such as Gen. calearea. "This will be a completely new lactoiy -unit with a rated capaci-.> also ccsaolsteiy quipped to molasses for by the Steffsns pr-Dcess. "2nginseriiig and surveying of t factory will be located near BEmweli ares. "Because of the difScuities in se- curing bee; sugar maciunery. it, is eroected that construction may re- quire next rsro years, but every effort -Kili be made to complete the factorr to handle the sugar beet qualitv and dealers saic they the country so starved lum- "Then legs of it got. both feet up the pants and after a tre- BRITISH SOLDIERS mendous struggle it broke loose." i Smith slaying was being discussed. I' was he was taken -a custodv by Ker.ora police Tuesday and tirsed over to Ontario prov- incial police here. Kenora police said he had "wild saying that va- rious societies were after him, and they were trving to gas nim. attracted attention of police ber" Saskatoon supplies are noo- and not enough to meet a: stronc demand. A commiaee 01 the i Saskatoon council is making a sur- j vey in order to frame a system Oi p-eference for veterans. _ j At Vancouver the lumber control- I ler. C. Hurst, said that the situation tres -pretty tough" and any lumber thai is available is earmarked lor veteraiis. There is no surplus o- any type-_________________ MARKET ALL (Continued from Frorit Pace.) maintain the price ceiling iraE io keep beef in Canada." PRESENT EXPORTS TO G.B. The oresent rwsition -was that sending to Britain ciliry is seen that; it may affsct 400.003 tc 500.0000 head other threatening labor disputes, j f Tegriv, a "very much The United Rubber QU5nnt-v t'naa. she ever (CXO-> have set May 27 as a strifce to nnited States. date for about workers in 10 j "The British are most anxious to Ontario rubber plants. Keports j get ajj rije beef we caii send them from, various industrial centres in- j aj-ig jhev are not dickering about dicate that if the coal strike is' not settled by that date there laay be an almost complete shutdo-am of Canadian industry and as a re- sult strike action might be lore- stalled. The same thing applies to lake shinping where the Canadian Sea- men's Union (Ti-C.) has set a date of June 7 for men to Ashbv said it seemed the sheep _ _ -_ _ _____ __ tC-P- or raiser could not win, Ke got only May I army announced. for the fourth, contmues. TVTXNIPSG. May demand for good grains in Europe out the possibility of divert- ng- a portion-'of the wheat croo for shipment; from ChurchCl, Seorge Mclvor. chairman of the Canadian Wheat. Board, said here Friday- Grain sent to Churchill would not move overseas until August, too late to meet the present vital call from starvation-haunted countries stop work on lake and coastal ships nrsigjg; Demands are met. Already a number of lake ships have lied up because of short coal supplies. One of the largest unions involv- ed in the concentrated wage-hours drive is the United Steelworkers of America (CXO.) Two of the three Canadian basic steel Steel Co. of Canada at Hamilton and Algoma Corp. at Sault i Marie, Ont, face the possi- r of shutdowns from coal shon- The third ____ and Coal Corp. at Sydney, in a more favorable posi- tion with a supply of Nova Scoua coal at its door. In general the unions he added. However, only a limited amount of the best beef was going to Britain because the government felt Canadians should have the best grades. Mr. Gardiner said there had been an agreement that the former conditions for Canadian exports to the United States would be re- stored. ____ BAPS STRIKE THREAT CHURCHILL CANT BE USED THIS SPRING The prisoners had been held here piher men since taking art in a February riot Alder- shot detention barracks ia. which ___ the barracks was burned. Canadian Seamen Stranded In Q.C. in Minaki at tlie time of the siay- tng- FRUIT CONTROL LIFTED OTTAWA, The board last night announced regu- lations controlling sale of certain processed and preserved berries and fruits in British Columbia wiU be revoked, effective today. MONTHSAIj. Mav Ahier; 20-vear-old" merchant sea-; man from "Vancouver, arrived from! Britain as a stotraway here aboard 1_____ of I the freighter Strathcoaa Park. He j taAfi Europe. is the sixth stowaway discovered on j Mr. Mclvor has replied gram from the Hudson I Association which asked that stocks be diverted to Churchill to SU i storage hins there and to encour-' don last the northern trart. passage bacs: to Canada. When your BACK ACHES... it often tMuted by laiaef rheuaofe fet5as Rlk May Labor said in the Com- ages. Steel with Tirocessiiig machin- err that "in the" interests of both the sugar beet growers and of the processor only the most up-to-date and new ecuipment should be used in factory construction. BamweB-Coaldale area, nave ex- pressed their appreciation, of tais decision after many years of con- tinuous support of beet growing in those districts. WILLING TO EXPAND has been ttie policy of tne processing company to foster prder- Iv expansion of sugar production in Alberta and tijey have indicated a willingness to expand acreage _ for the new plant when completed as rapidly as market conditions will allow. -It is estimated that tiie capital cost of" this third plant, together xtith the facilities necessary OTTAWA, Minister mons he was in touch with British Columbia government labor offi- cials in connection with a threat- ened strike in the lumber industry- Mr. Mitchell said he did not be- lieve a labor leader was rendering a service to nis organization when be threatened to call a strike in aa important industry at this time- He "appealed for good sense to prevail "in tae light of conditions in Canada and over tne world. Ee asked that thought be given to the need for lumber for tne great con- struction arogram which still Jas.d to be carried out to provide homes for veterans and to reconvert in- dustries. THAT S4.000 QUESTION OTTAWA. May 10. (35 The Commons wsr expenditures com- mittee Taursdav heard more about the S4.000 question asked fay John Probe (CCF Segina city) and re- solved that future questions likely to require time or money would be discussed with witnesses before the ariswer was completed, At the committee's last meeting settlement "on "the basis of an IS3.-- a three-incii thick breakdown of cent hourly wage increase and an army supplies turned over to the War Assets Corporation was tabled for Mr. Probe and committee chair- are de- manning, with the exception of the seamen, a 40-hour week with in- creases in hourly rates which would leave them the same amount v after- -rears of they now receive for a longer work week. The seamen seek reduction. of an week to 55 hours. TRUMAN'S PROPOSALS DETROIT. May Detroit News said today in a copy- righted story from its Washf correspondent that President Tru- man proposed a coal strike operator-financed "iisaltii and wel- fare fund." The newspaper said it nad learn- main Gordon Isnqr ed that it was part of the Truman I ssid the army had told hua tne plan that tiavments to the fund fay j estimated cost to answer the ques- the operators wfll be regarded by the Office of Price Administration as a legitimate cost of tie business and in considering applications for a. price increase in coal. The full weight of White House influence will be thrown behind tills formula, the News sdded- The newspaper said it had ed the health and welfare fund would be financed by the operators operation, including water and on a percentage-or-pay-rclls i sewer systems, reservoir, necessary residences and warehouses, beet re- ceiTing equipment, etc.. win reach in the neighborhood of S2.25Q.OOO. "The engineering and machinery i contracts will be let in the near 12 DAYS (Continued rroia Froat Pase.1 settlement formula, he is draft- On Capitol HilX legislators threat- ened to rip the whoie field of labor Chrysler legisianon wide open in an angry and would be managed by a board of trustees consisting of representa- tives of labor, management and the public. CAB PLANTS SUSPEND DETHOIT, Slay Motors and Chrysler Corporation announced today the impending suspension of production in their assembly plants as a result of the rail embargo. G.M. reported its plants would be tion was S4.000. "Had I realized the full implica- tions of the work involved for CoL Denney's staff. I would not have pressed them, for an answer to the question in the form Mr. Probe said today. "However, I think the cost in- volved was beside the people working on it got the in- formation out of their records and no extra staff was new eScrt to srorb major strikes. In both house of representatives and senate advocates c' restrictive Two Burned To Death, Ont. Home GO3LES. May persons were burr.ed to death and two others injured early today when fire swept through an apartment above a service station in this west- em Ontario village 10 miles east of "Woodstock. Burned to death were Robert Gor- don and his 12-year-old sen. Joseph. Taseti to hospital were Gordon's wife, iiir.nie. and daughter. put to "shortage of parts aggravated The fire broke out at five by tfte coal strike and the raU eai- i and spread Quickly. Gordon was closed within the next 10 cays and Chrysler said ail passenger car as- sembly lines will be down next week. trie tog suspension of passenger car out7 announce. GYPROC Plaster Wnllbtord DELAYS RAPID SPREAD .f "VUO" "GERMADE" Waffles Biscuits Porridge Mnffins TWO GOOD FOODS ELLiSON MILLING AND ELEVATOR COMPANY LIMITED Millers of Fine Quality Flour for Over 40 Years inents followed closely the decision of the Ford Motor Company. ASectea fay the suspensions are 215.000 General Motors employees; 130000 Ptord emolovees and imme- diately 10.000 car assembly workers seen briefiv at a window, then the floor gave uay and he disappeared The follow ed a chunney fire J in the building iate yesterday. The fire was believed to smarted in the service station and spread to the family dwelling above. ORE DULUTH. Minn, May for total of 2.600 iron ere miners in the employ of the OUver Iron Mining Company, a subsidiary of the United States S'teel Corporation of the Me- sabi Range will be laid ofT th-ls weekend because of the suspension of shiopine facilities of iron ore Irom the head of the iase as rcsust of the coal strike, it was announced icdav. SHIPS HALTED CLEVELAND. May 30. American-operated Great Lake? Canada Prepares Visit S a OTTAWA, May Marshal Viscount Montgomery has accepted an invitation to visit Canada and arrangements are beinc made to receive him sn the latter part of August. Prime Minister Mackenric King told the commons HINT PREMIER HART MAY GO TO EIRE VICTORIA. May shipping, already cut to a Brush Columbia will impose its j cf its normal volume by stnees of i owll mcoir.e tax next year when the i iron ore miners, will be brought al- wartime tax agreements with the moat to a halt by the coal short- federal government run out March 1 age vessel operators said Thursaay. 31 u not yet, clear. Premier LUMBER SHORTAGE j back in office to :.ay from the j Bomirior.-proviricial conference, re- Alaidst unnoticed in the furore poneo. Questioned about reports over coal and meat shortages, a that he might become Canada's shortage of lumber has beer, r.ext minister to Eire, Premier Hart creeping up on Canadian commum- said: "Begorrah. you never toow." A sudden a flame and then, before you realize what's happeniflg, the whole room may be -a blazing inferno! How before the walls, the ceiling the whole building Catches fire? Will help arrive in time? Like a plaster GYPROC WAtLBOAED will help you then when yoo most urgently need help. GYPROC won't burn. It prevents fire from spreading holds it back delays it so that help may arriTC to life and property. When boiiding, make sore that yon, too, have this added fire protection. Insist always on GYPROC Kre-Protecdve WALLBOARD. Sold by Builders' Sapply and Lumber Dealers across Canada, GYPSUM, UME AND ALABASTINE; CANADA, LIMITED a ROC WALLBOARD The curreci demand for GTPKOC VfallboanS tie saapiy. It joar canr.i'. supplv yon promptly. fault 'j not l-.is He !s doir.g bis tc serve yoa as tssi be receives supjfcies JG-46 SPAPFRf ;