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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO .THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1946_ of Veto Dangers NO "CHOSEN PEOPLE SHOULD BE IN U.N. t were very shortly alter made pub- j lie. Su: the weight of the o2ence i I lay in the agreement to gn.e thai Uxfcrmatien. j The most serious phase of the case that a man in a position cf puhlic trust should agree to giies irirormation foe a foreign poser, i CLERK IS CALLED j A- M. HiIX assistant clerk of the I- B- Pearson, Canadian ambassador to tnit- States, in an address prepar- ed for delivery last nigbt. pled warning last the power reio within the fnited Na- tions must ultimately go witn the declaration that the one fraternal association which should transcend ail others -is that of all nations wiintn the United Nations." Within that -assoclatKsn." he said in an address to the Ens- lish-Speakins Union, there should be no -chosen people." -Sut." be continued, "if members cf the Crated Nations are The Day In Parliament Chinese Army 1 Chief Retires XAXKING. May- Ho Yiag-Chin, a blistering criticisa of the Communists who 1 Meat And Butter In Short Supply 'Hat Court Reserves Decision On Committal German Prisoner interviewed Wolf a number of before he suspected fee was impli- vad told Tve decided" to bum my bridges behind me. What I am about to tell is after I have given the mat- ter consideration, and after I nave had a great inward struggle." At the request of Bull, Wolf Had then drawn tbe sketch, snap of room in which the logins took place and had voluntarily given tne 23-page statement, appending paragraph, that no pressure had been brought on him to obtain it. no threats issued and that he had been warned that what he wrote would be used against him. CpL Bull said he had seen the accused again later, when fee was interviewing Mueller and when he had asked Wolf who had Tied the around Jjehmann's neck: the former German soldier had replied: Mueller did." Under cross examination by George Rice, Lethbridge defence counsel. CpL Bull said police had Stop-Gap ror intents for the present- Keither received information that orders for a i cheese factories resuming operation !in Mav. "Ji ciiirftrk in anrs I result but this should clear up i spotty shonaces at various points." j ihe beard said. -This should be. oiercome, however, when cattle go i ro pasture." MEAT SITUATION i Denleted stocks of beef in British j details of the hanging room mace public. COXFESSIOX Dei- CpL Bull told how he had had been issued to the German pnsoners-o'-war from Germany ordering all "traitors" to be put w> death. meais which resect special re- 'ationship. Some of these arrange- kens -sill have a signiScanca be- yoad t two eountri! RIGHT Of tee son said: "It make It cer and the great powers insst on unrestricted right of veto. eemed should immediately break all their earlier reiationsoips ano' .i.; Later he gave evidence- with MazerslL :ird triasass -a-as Chsrles Ucinn. and the British FrarJi Roberts, rerjrned to Moscow WASHIXGTOX. May draft law expiring at j the house of rep- Columbia, southern Alberta. Ontario i last night tossed the urban centres and the Maritimes issue back to the sen- i were in parr due to a seasonal ce- cline in cattle deliveries, bat also to of cattle to stock- j ate by amenoins ston-gap legislation cline in cattle f j extending the law Jtily 1% j iess_ marketing to give a lean in the onitee .NH- said he had re- tiors' wnich are -a9 calendar pad from Sst. Feb. IS. The pad had ulti- gone to tie royal UV is to preserve aesce and pre- vent aggression, the veto, ss it can nosr be exercissd under ihe cnar- ter. will ultimately risre to go. either bv decree or by custom and con- "rrteTtoufcle with she TJ.X_ and esr-edally its counciL as -nreseni constiniKd. is that U has "to take the speed of the slow- est member. Thai may mean even dovisE backward." Deallns with. Cana co-ooeratioii ilr. Pearscn said fci pars: "i. Trace aad ecoramic rela- tions. It is to be hoped thas an SzternstiDnal conference under- the United Nations will be caBed be- fore lona to remove barriers to the witless possible Sow of international trade severally. Bui there again the sneed las? be thai of the slow- est member. Cannot Canada and the United States take action in that; fiirectlQt! EU once, possibly -with other countries who would also like to move forward now? "2. Defence co-operation. Pend- ing more .far-reaching provisions {Continues rrora Front Page.) s directed that they "be kept CHOOSE sues rrora Front that they _ __ together tnnl you nave rencerec a. I verdict." Provision ae mace brief for tion for some time before tifiir de- tention. The commission hsd also received a repon from Harrison on j ihe results cf his (suesaonins of j of 1300 a year. 2. Decide on an educational and -welfare program that would fit and equip "the Indians to enter ftito competition with ihe wbite man not only in hunting and trapping- but in apiculture and in the industrial life of the nation. What coarse of sciion would be Fort Wil- World Population Is Real Threat By CLYDE BLACKBURN. Canadian Press Staff Writer. and 19-vear-olds and a ban against; potatoes about the middle of May. drafting" anyone over 30. j Brunswick was having dilfi- The sersaze has one dav in -s-hich cultv in getting tablestocs potatoes, on the amendments. It prev- j but "seed potatoes were '-very plen- iously had sidetracked separate; tiful." house legislation containing these j and other restrictions. Both amendments were approved bv a single roU-cali vote of 213 to j 154. after having bean adopted sep- aratelr earlier. The fifth witness was A! McDonald, s. telephone commas; of tie for tneir w would be an Indian pupils. He ission which n needs. He was ief and he No Nickel Cup Of Coffee Seen OTTAWA. May nickel cup of coSee you used to get Crown Counsel J_ H- of Toronto then outlined the case against MazeraU. He the crown proocsed to show Trial a conspiracy to "gainer information for Russia existed in Caraca. In 1945 ilazerail iiad agreed to give certain izLformanon, and agree- meni was the gist of conspiracy. Tiie crown cid no; suggest that the information wss of any vital im- portance. In fact, the two docu- ments on racar given by MazeraH ec Igor Goazi 'ormer Russian embassy cipher j clerk, this afternoon as is sixth, witness in the espionage trial of j Edward MazeralL The case is pro- ceecing before Chief justice J. C. McHuer cf the Ontario supreme! court and a jurr of 12 men. I The usaa! group of police body- guards accompaiued the 26-year- i old Sussian. i Ha told the court of 25 "more or, less active" agents who worked in beconie just as good citizens as any- eiss 5a Canada. TAX AT SOURCE (Contirmeii rrom Front Page.) Mr. Ellioti said taere was no re- coenition of a basic nerd as capitsl. Senawr Buchanan said he was cer- prices board re- moves the regulation that permit- ted restaurants to increase tneir prices to a dime a cup it will be up to the restaurant owners them- selves whether the price comes down. And the board says it isn't even thinking of removing ihe regula- r ELLISON'S? BEST tuocxiloinaut ELLISON'S FLOUR or Hegular Type THE ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT FOR NOURISHING AND TASTY BAKED GOODS ELLISON MtLLIXG ELEVATOR COMPANY LTD. Sellers of rice Quality Flour for 40 Years tile same in the SUiott said the qttestioa o? basic herd would have to be made law, because i; was a sew basis of taxation. Senator Haig said crou conditions in the west were very bad. Bain was needed- Any day the wine might rise and blow the dust about again. Farmers migh; suffer great If crops were good, on the 3lv 10 or 12 other agents who situation was were less active than those 25. TjnUec_States. Gouzeaka testified tie agents sought iaformatios. on poetics, Ca- nadian foreign relatiors, military aSairs. tae forces, war industry, technical and scientific research, the last in Canada, United Slates and Britain. This military intelligence system was organized in 1S42- Defence _ _ Course! H- A. Hughes objected that would have a Gouzenko had not come here unal {crrgaj mocev. There sho-uld 1943. The chief jcsnce instructed arl "areragirig of profits and the witness to relate only direcE j losses. knowledge. I-------------------------- Crown Counsel J. R. Carrwright 1_ _11 asked "the ntethod- by wruch agents IVlltCJiell obtained informs lion. Gouzenko! __, 1171. 1_ said some gave documents which; Ai" Inf HlCll -ers copied sad retamed, others fT 1I1U11 gave infonaaticn orally. Gouzenko said documents were i. vlo Ld. vl AlVwa in the hands of Canadian autaon- ties which would back his state- ments. VENTILATED TREAD For cool running and longer life. TRIBES irom Front Page? ernment, ouoxd Azerbaijan authori- ties as denying any intention to at- Prime Minister Ahmed Qavarn of Iran, who announced departure of the Azerbaijan delegation Mon- day morning, said it was possible negotiations might be reopened lat- er. A United States embassy offi- cial said, however, that he was tcld Pisaevari had left "in a huS." Fishevari will submit a detailed report on the uegorfanora to his separatist government today, the Tabriz broadcast said. Apparently referring to reports that breakdown of the negotiations might lead to civil war. the broad- cast from the Azerbaijan capital said that while separatist forces would not attack, they were ready to defend the province. OTTAWA. May Labor Mitchell said last nizht in the commons he be- lieved" the government had "ample machinery" to meet any industrial condition that may arise. Mr- Mitchell was replying to M. J. CoIdweU, C.C.F. leader, who asked whether the govern- ment wonld consider calling a conference of government, labor, farm and employers' representa- tives in view of "disturbing" re- ports of impend ing "industrial strikes." The minister said he was not a great believer in conferences. There were "certain forces" in Canada, and other countries who did not want industrial peace. sought anrest. GENERAL JOHXSON" GETS PRIVATE'S PAT WAUSEGAN. HI.. May States army records list as General Johnson but he receives only a private's pay. General Johnson, that's bis name, enlisted recently for a three-year hitch, the "Wauke- gan army recruiting station re- ported. DIES OF INJURIES ____ AS CAR OVERTURNS CALGART. May the cisv from southern Albertat Ac- cording to reports Joseph was aiiv- the auto bright lights track. and was blinded by of an approaching li estimates that China could _ export 6.000.000 people a year and] still increase its nouulation at the present birth rate." Japan. Russia and Italv also were Included among the countries with swiftly increas- ing peculations against high death rates. DANGER Does Your Brake Pedal Take Hold at a Touch? Or do you have to push It to the floor? If you do, year braks system needs attention. Let us make your brakes SAFE. Beny Chevrolet Oldsmoblle Ltd. UHfcVKOLET OJLOS31OB1LE CAKS CHEVROLET AND 3IAPLE LEAF TRUCKS Sales and Service Two Locations: 7th Street South SEOOST (Continued Irom Front Page.} in earnings of or 11 per cent. For the first four months of Thus far, centra! government; i the year the decrease hss been nine sources said, no agreement has been; per cent. Our difficulty is ina; we reached serting luctant to discuss the negotiations, j bat he a peaceful settle-! mem still was possible. T _- A traveller from Tabriz the ElectnC Shock Azerbaijan army was "smartly at- i tired in Russian uniforms' and was! staging field manoeuvres. j I He estimated eSectjres were j in the Azerbaijan army, fetirnsfs j of the central Iranian arniv var-, i between 60.000 ar.d 80.000. i TIRED OF TIRE TROUBLE? Then see us now for new Dominion buiH fo give more sofe miles. which was 15 tiines more tfean the current used in an eicctnc chair A 34.000-volt elettnc charge struck nira wnjle he was repairing an aer- ial on the roof of r.is home when he threw a wire across to the roc! ,_ __ cf a nearby building where it (Con Juried rrom Fran; Pase.> 1 on a high tension wire. ciscord on the Italian colony cues- 1 shock hurled Ferand across tior and for deterarlrucg the extent foof rjpped a shoe from h: of German disannair.ent to date. foot and started a fire in a r.earby He proposed: _ house- That the foreign coaa- tie given infcalator treatment cil itself take charge cf the Italian fjremeri and taken to hospital colonies for the next jear and bums on his arms, refer the cruesuor; to the United Katlons if the ministers still had no t, solution That the Aihed control oovncfl in i Germany auchorize E THIS amazing "alloying" process transforms a pure and efficient oi! into as perfect a lubricant as modern science and skill can refine. 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Amer- ican of'icials were reported bv re- sponsible sources to be equallv firm in contending that Itaiv get the strategic Adriatic port. American informants said Mr. Bjmes told the foreign ministers of __, from less end fret, Eis condition reported as "fairly .KLXG CANADIAN- HOBOES IS DEAD 3RACSBRIDGE. Ont., Mav Pearce. self-stvled king of Canadian hoboes, is deac. One of the Dominion's most interesting characters, his death came ir. hosiptal in this Muskoka district town some 90 miles north of Toronto after ail illness of two weeks. ff YOU'LL FIH0 THE IEST OIL.-.-. AND THE BEST SERVICE IN TOWN AT THE SIGN OF THE BIG B-A THE BRITISH AMERICAN OIL COMPANY LIMITED SPAPFRf fSPAPERI ;