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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE Muskox Operation Reveals Many Opportunities In Canada's Northland EDMOKTOX, May Can- ada can make a ceumte contribu- tion to North. American ana Bn- usa Einpire defence by a force in peacetime which can operate in the Arctic and mountain- ous terraic. U.-CoL P. D. Bairo, Montreal, commancer of Exercise saia Fnctaj in an aacress at a. civic reception tendered the men 01 Muskox. Col. Baira vvco brought his force of men ana ten snou mobiles ihrough a trek from CnurchiU. Man, to Fort Nelson, BC., and then to Ecmonton "A here tbe Sl-cay adventure in extreme weather eorcitions a as brought, to a close, reafiiraied ear- tier statements that the exercise nao. no iinster militarv unnlica- Iss purposes, he said, sere to .est out Cie mobility or raacomery ind men in the north eountrv. to ess air co-operauoa forces in the field and "other sc-en- tific and intelligence subjects "With all the eo-ooerat-On the mrrcy had, all the resources at, its command. Muskox wasn't such a achievement, it was coni- paratueK simnle" OPFORTCNniES THERE There are nianj opportunities in tne north, he said, fo1- global air transport ana even agri- culture. The horizons are wice in the north, and there meet one of the finest races in the world. the Eskimo The Ssfcirno can teacn the white man a good deal and much of facts on clothing anc living on the Musk- ox expedition based on what had been learneo from tne Eskimo "They been neglected far too he ceclareo. "ard this is rot due entireh to the administra- tion. but to the general ignorance of the Canadian puohc. Invite Information On Franco Spain By JLARRY HAUCK NEW YORK, May United Nations broadened its in- vestigation of the Franco regime Fnaay with a specific call to Rus- sia and other governments for oe- taxled Information on Spams ac- tivities during the war and row. In. adoiuon to the Soviet govern- ment, which was asked to report on onerauon of ire Snanisn. blue civi- sion on the eastern front, the se- cuntr council's sub-committee ad- oressed inquiries to the United Kingdom. United States, Italy all the Central and South Amencan republics and the Philiopmes "It remains for public demand to develop the north country for the sake of those people who need hospitals ana schools sn greater proportion than in settlea parts 01 the countrj. "Ceieiopment of the north calls for the co-operation of many agen- cies inducing the Alberta govern- ment, the armed services and gov- ernment, and pniate scientific bodies. If Exercise Muskox has rtirrea them up, then 11 has been a success." I a defence point of view we can no longer neglect Canada's northern frontier, and I hope t Muskoi. will sticsulaSe Oanacoan. forces to GO more winter training in the north, and mate a contri- bution to defence far and aboie the proportion of Canada's popula- tion." May Civilians Wear Ribbons? TORONTO, May I ranking mihiarv officials in To- ronto and Ottawa Friday took isiue with Magistrate S. T. wno criticized an air force when the latter anpeared oefore him Ji civilian clothes and wearing the j Distinguished Flying Cross riobon. "You should know better than to I wear ribbons on a civilian suit." said "the magistrate, himself an RC-AJ1 legal officer in the First Great War. The man. who was awarded the decoration for outstanding gallan- try, t-as fined on a liquor of- fence. "Once a man has received decora- tions from the king he is entitlea to wear his ribbons on cmhan sa'd one Toronto militarj officer Prom R.C.AF. headquart- ers. Ottawa, came this response- "The wearing of decorations or ser- vice nobons is a matter of personal taste." DEWITT Old World Will Be Divided Into Distinct Groups ACTION! CHARLES STARRETT f of the Badlands Also LATEST MOVIETONE NEWS First Great War Tragedy Revealed VANCOUVER. Mav Ernest Thomas Palmer, -veteran of the First; and Second Great Wars, i who married an English girl 31 ea-s ago out never saw her again, has j askec thac she be presumed dead, thereby legalizing his second mar- riage. Palmer told Mr Justice A. D ilacFarlane in supreme court tnat he was recalled to military duty- hours after his marriage and had never lived with his wife, Elsie. He said he was told later she had been killed in a bombing raid in London a month, later. Ke married again. Cn returning to England with the army in 1940 he made further inquiries aoouc his first wife with r-o'success The matter was brought to his attention fav military authorities re- I cently when they aernanded an I order presuming the aeath of his first wife before they would con- nnac Ins pension. Convicted on Horror Charges DACHAU, Germany, May 61 the tnal of Mauthausen concentration camp op- erators were convicted today of tor- turing and killing tnoussnds of prisoners in that notorious extermi- nation centre. They will be sentenc- ed Monday The United States military court of seven officers deliberated onlv an hour in reacmng the verdict after a six-week tnal. Whether Winston ChurchlU's idea of a "united states of Europe, both of the east ana of the west" ma- terializes as a good-mil measure of peaceful collaboration, the indi- cations are tnat the Old World in anv event be divided- into fao or otaerwise. One bloc already has been formed In main. That is the new Russian zone of influence which Blankets most of the countries of eastern Europe and the Balkans. The logi- cal corollary will be a ues-ern bloc of nations which will combine be- cause of their special community of interests, including a democratic form of government that is ai vari- ance with the'Soviet totalitarian- ism. Apropos of this thought. Mr. Churchill said in his speech at The Hague- "We hope that the aestern de- mocracies of Eurooe nil! draw to- gether in ever cioser aautv- and ever closer association This is a mat- ter which should be very carefully cons'dered and. if found wise, should be pressed from many angles with the utmost perseverance." AT LOGGERHEADS Naturally the fact that there were two groups of countries wouldn't mean ipso factc that thev must be at loggerheads Mr. Churchill's "Tinned states of Europe, both of the east and of tne west." under the guidance of a world organiza- tion, would be calculated "to umfv this continent in a manner never knottn since the fall of the Koman empire That would be the ideal. The co'd is that nobody can say now what the relations among the old world nations will be in the Eurone of tomorrow. We cannot determine that uniai the realign- ment of the zones of influence has been at least, until it is clear how great a change is con- temnlated The great unknown quantity at moment is Sussia's program. long ago made it clear that the Soviet Union was determined on extending its sphere of influence to the line from Stettin in north- ern Germanv southward along the eastern oorders of Poland, Czecho- slovakia and Austria to the Adriatic. The Russians also have emohasized their -ntertion of having access to the Mediterranean. After we have noted these facts we get a dim-out. Hang Quisling and Russian Writer Accuses Britain, US. Of Dictating At Paris Conference Bi REMBERT JAMES. I go to the Sovie: Union, to lielanveli? insigzoficans in view ol MOSCOW. Mav II com- tee damage the Italians caused, mentatcr in the Soviet government would be far from ruinous to newspaper Irvestia toCav accused! Italy's economy. He saud Bntam. the United States and Brram of tfce United States disagreed, attempting to dictate to tbe foreign 1 The Anglo-Saxon powers who ministers conference, according to have taken oat of Italy assets many a pre-arranged plan, "to tbesr tunes the proposed suaa of repar- own narrow ends anons now, with tbe preparation The writer X. Sokolovskr. said s of tbe peace treaty, demand from these amis ifcladed Brst-sfa-Ameri- this country full compensaocn can economic domination of tbe carnage inflicted on aJ pro- and toe of a com- pert, of American _ and Ssglaa i hegernonv of Eaglasa- in. Use firms even inducing P Mecrerrariean. ruineo. dtincs the ay The said "tr.e course of avianoa itself -_ Hungarian leaders nho betrayed sheir counirv- men and worked for the Nazis during World War II are shown after they bad paid the price for their infamy m Budapest, Hungary. Pictured hanging on the gibbets alter their execution are former Major Fterenc Szalasi, Hungarv Nazi puppti pie- nuer. and three of his cjirosters. Gabne! Vajas, Karolv Beregffv and Joseph as traitors. previous ment existed. i country a complete dependency oa was cased on -tne im- vaders despoilec portions of Yugo- as navux? o sla-.ia Greece ana the desire fcr a commercial So-, .el Umoi and that Itaiv "de- porc in the Mediterranean." From serves nunishment. as an aggressor." the beginning, the article said, roe powers' in the guaroiacsolp of .OOO, of mhicn would Italy's former colonies. serM COQ.OOO ail CHILD SCES Two Burned To Death in Blaze FIND CACHE 2300 LBS. OF SMUGGLED EIC.HFCRD. V. Mar A cacre of 2300 poancs SASFOaD. Me. May An expectant mother and a 10- _________ ____ vear-ola girl who leaped from a'.-. of jjutter'smuggled in from third-store} wincow with her canaoa was found in a fielc ing ablaze cied tocay when fire jjV tJruted States customs swept through a three insoectors. said -.ester- apartment building here The woman. Mrs Paul FanjOv. 22, f. was burned to death in f irst- f ff ......__________________ floor auartment -a here Fire Cnief i 3. other loan. A car ui which Curtis S.- Allen said the blaze start- ed. The girl, Eleanor Cook, 10. died In hospital from injuries ana Pupils "Declare" u vj VE-Uay Holiday; Are Suspended CHICAGO May jucae tocav granted an unborn child permission to sue its srar.crrioti-er fo- for alienation of its father's affec- GRANNY 140 Injured In Cairo Rioting Mav 11 i police fired at noting with. DIAMOND CITY group of students of A A. the contraoacd had oeen while the smuggler to Canada lor an- hign school caused a. few anxious I hours for their principal recently when thei decided to make the an- j of V-E Day a seif-declar- uons Jucge Elmer J sckenoerg mace the su _ and Lawyer Sol H Friedman promptly" said be would make i the unborn child a plaintiff In a pendirg aaa'rst the grandmother for brought by her sons and two-year- old daughter. MEAT FOR WORLD >TEEDS siim- shotguns and wirtced duos Fries? as violeso' flarec in Cairo dunns I the one-day Arab general strike called x. all chief ones of the Mid- burns Coal Shortage Reduces Paper PITTSBURGH. May bv the in- J spec-ors. immedmtelv rnot action. C- Tehran The Press acless, eight-page paper today and j in a nage announcemert saia 'this i greatlv abbreviated edition" was due to the coal strike, inventory of Br JOSEPH C GOODWIN TEHRAN. May took action. The offencing students were immed- iately suspended for a oeriod of two aajs and a meeting of the parents directlv conce ned was called Dis- cussion at this meeting was amicable and the parents promised to see that tnesr cnildren ed the school regulations in the future The stu- dents will be back in school Mon- osy. i In the meantime steps have been cie 2ast to pro-ess recomnieEtiations on Paestine. At least. 40 persons were injured; and more tiaa 200 arrested in an. outbreak a; the ancient Azhar Mosque in the cearc of Cairo's bazaar district, scene of previous riots. ____ There were ro reports of MaT 11 j from other main Micdie .castera The "Combined" Food Board has sr i, the paralyzed at 5510000.000 pounds the amoun- business of meat available for irnporurg countnes In below world demands KtSSLV 4.IXOWS IT Treboard. comprised of reore- Mar i of the Azerbaijan ael-gauon saic launched to set up a board of trus- i newsprint is i today negotiations with the central! so aangerouslv low, that this great- i govemnier't haa brosec COWTI ana ly abbrevia'ed ecution is necessary j they would return promptiv to m order to make tne suporr last as Tabnz, capital of the self-proclaim- long as the paper saia i ed autonomous state. C "The freight embargo cuts off our suDplv irom American Editor "Edward T Leech said The paper normally runs 16 to 20 pages on Saturcay. OPPOSED TO DIVORCE fnendlv termination ferences Is espec-ed of the con- London Prepares Victory Parade IX5NDON May (CX> Cable) Division of London into seven_______________ areas narkirg purposes each j in the house of commons last area distinguished bv an individual i by M. J. Coldwell. CC-F leaaer color is part of a mas'er nlan an- that a federal or-orce court he fjje -oreafe followea refusa' o: noucced jrnday by Scotland Yarn i established in Quebec prov.nce for central governments cabinet at A spokesman for the central gov- ernment's foreign office demea nat the negotiations were deadlocked, DUS saia "an announcement of tne In dinlomauc quarters there was no official word on the terrnma- MONTREAL, Maj Askea non lhe regotiations. but it was to comment today on a suggestion t g conference had been staie- fO- several days TO STRIKE HAMILTON. May ers at the Steel Company of Can- ade !-ere voted 3.114-SO ni favor of a strike if necessary to obtain union demands. United Steel Work- ers of America fCJO; officials re- ported tocaj The union wants a week and a. wage minimum CHURCHHJ, GETS >ECDAI> AMSTERDAil. Mav '-P) An Azerbaijan minuter receTea tte -ri hroat- fniinB-pr, i Winston tne sentati-es of Bntam, Canada and allowed thousands of Germans frora the United States, tentatively aUo- other zores along American the United States, cated 750.000.000 pourds of this for the United Nations Relief and Re- habilitation but as- serted "it does rot raeet. u- A s requirements in full." asked arid six Bnnsh corerspondents. a. free run of th-s Thursday to they of oost-war resur- provide 1315000000 pounds of th-s 5510000000 for importing they pieased. this jear: with Argentina supplying 1 715 000 000 pounds: Canaca, 715.- rection of LieiDzig's centuriss-old fair. The corresaonc'enis were cer- -o mitted ta go wherever they wahed the citv and tab: witn whom 000 000 other South American coun- tries 373.000000; Eire. Denmark 209.GOO.OOO. Australia. 677.- 000000. New Zealand, and other sources 105 000.000. HAMILTON WOMAN KILLED HIGHER STIPENDS URGED KINGSTON, Ont. May Higher stipends and better pen- sion are neeaea for clergj of the Church of England in Canada, Rt. Rev. John Lyons, Anglican bishop of Ontario Thursday said in his charge to the 80th annual synoa of the diocese of Ontario at conclu- sion of its three-day meeting American Name Band Series FIRST TIME ITS Sponsored bv Major Jack Ross Chapter, Dr. F. H. Mewburn, O.B E. Chapter, Jane Megarrv Chapter, I.O.D.E. SPIKE JONES WITH HIS "CITY SLICKERS" AND HIS DANCE BAND AND IN PERSON AT TUESDAY MAY 21st Each Includes Tax. ARENA Get your today at BROWN'S MUSICAL SUPPLIES Phone 2272 for controlling traffic on Victory Day here June 8 Thousands of colored windshield labels will be distributed to motor- ists and colored direction signs will be disolaved for their guidance Arranging the entry into London of a mechanized armored column to cover a route 16 miles long is in itself a big job Another mammoth task is to arrange for the column's exit from the other end of the pro- cession. The procession of marchers wil' cover 41" miles and every yard of the Distance has to be checked. A road" around the city to keep essential trade moving covers a dis- tance of more than 30 miles ana involves weeks of surveying OF PLENTT SOUTHAMPTON" England, Mar 11 Brtain s war-time food minister. Lord Woolton, re- turning from a month's visit to the Umied States, told correspondents that "there is of food over there' He adaed- I had the great advantage of being fed in America for the oast month, and I found it very pleasant to be in a land of plenty tbe use of tne minority in mis province beheves in divorce, j Premier Duplessis of Quebec re- plied 'that is a matter wiiicn comes under the province of Quebec juris- diction and the Drovince of Quebec is fundamentallv. traditionally, de- finitely ana irrevocaoly against divorce." i gc'u rredal dam tocav tl-e citr Churcmll FORT ERJS. Out, May Edward McHugh. of Hamil- ton, was killed today when, an auto- mobile, driven by her husband, plunged through a guara rail on the laice snore roac and over a 12- I foot embankment Her husbanc is WETGAND ON PAROLE PARIS. Mav Max- ime 80. who commanded Frances' armies a; the tune of their collanse against lhe Axis in was freea oa parole from a military hospital He nad been held for m- on charges of collabora- tion. "VARSITY srSOIER SCHOOL EDMONTON. Mar istradon for the anrual summer ses- sion at Alberta "niversitv Js ex- pected to ec-ual last ear's figure of students. Dr. H. H. Smith, SOLD WRONG WINNIPEG. May 11 the advice of Walter Zeljch, a Ross- dale, Man. fanner, ana never sell poppy heads to an officer of me law. In earlv Aonl. Zeivch so'o two sacks of tne morphine-contain- ing flowers to Cpl. J D. Fraser of the R C.M P. Thursday he was corn- mited ior tnal on a charge of sell- ing slats of morphine in contra- vention of the Narcotic Drugs Act LOAN TO BELGIUM LONDON, May Belgian delegates and uves of the Canadian government have signed m Ottawa an agree- ment under unich the Canadian government will grant a loan cf S750000CO to Belgium, the Bel- gian news agency said, quoting a Brussels radio report. TWO FISTED _ Jf tne Arer-' baijan delegation neaaed by "Pre- j iruer' Jafar Pishevari The nature of tnese demands 'vas not disclosed. loot .ne-L ho m hospital suffering from lacera- Uummer school director said Thnrs- .red In A sterdam. esnecially to the Jeivs. POPE PICS ntPROVED VATICAN CITY, Mar 11 Pone Pius was reoorted bv a Vati- PROFOS4L REJECTED TANCOUVEH. May nisDute between the International wood Workers of Arrerica (CJO- can source to have improved from ara British Columbia ium- hl sslignt indisDcsition of Wednes- j fcer ooerators appearec no nearer dav. The Pontm was able to walk i settlement as the union announced in the gardens as usual and heid j rejection of a conciliation proposal a few private audiences forwarded earlier by the employers ROXY MONDAY AND TUES. THE PUBUC S1ORY OF A SECRET PASH..! LOUISE MLBR1TTON with VIRGINIA GREY AUK MOW8RAY ERIC BIORE WILLIAM W. TERRY JACQUELINE deWIT ERNEST TRUEX SECOND FEATURE In each fist Bruce Woodcock. British Empire heavyweight champ, holds an ice cream cone He is working on cne of the favorite Ameri- can delicacies while the other is hfld in reserve Bruce just arrived from England to prepare for his fight against Tami Maunello at Madison Square Garden on May 13th. RGUERIIE WILLIAM RITA RB MONDAY and Tuesday SPAPJLRl ;