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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION ABbtrte F Atchesoa. Jr.. Ger.. MacArthur's political adviser, told the Allied. council for Japan that a Japanese May day message placed before by "Russia's member was "sn at- i 'empt to spread Communistic pro- i The message, addressed j separated- to the four council mem- bers and" to Gen. MacArtftwr. callec i the Japanese government -'enemies of democratic revolution" and ed the Allies fcr co-operation and assistance to achieve freedom. The message was not signed. i Indian Plan Is Drawn Up White Paper LONDON. May six-point plan for a federal union of India was announced in the house of commons today bv Prime Minister Attlee. "Published as a government paper, the plan was drawn up bv a three-man cabinet mis- sion "to Indian following its un- successful negotiations for In- dian leaders themselves to form- ulate a plan for Indian inde- pendence and an interim gov- ernment to rule .while the new constitution was being drafted and adopted. >-ISM British Occupation Zone May Cut Rations to 500 Calories Daily H! an j assreement reached between em- j plovers and unions, a spokesman for j the unions said- Union approving the new rates and houio ircro the Edmonton Typo- graphical Union local 604, Edmpn- i ton" Printing and Assist- j ants Union 255, International j Brotherhood of Bookbinders local i 183. SMUTS SEES BERLIN BERLIN. May Prime Minister Smuts of" South Africa arrived at, an airport here filed in federal court today a civil complaint charging a Ca- nadian nickel company. Its New York City subsidiary, and three officers of the arms with viola- tion cf anti-trust laws in con- nection vrith the importation, manufacture, distribution and sale of nickel ores, nickel and nickel products. The firms, described by the government as the world's larg- est producers of nickel, are the International Nickel Company of Canada. and its subsi- diary, the International Nickel Company. Inc. Individuals named were Robert C. Stanley. John F. Thompson and Paul D. Merica. president, executive vice-president and rice-presi- denl. respectively, of both com- panies. MONOPOLY CHARGED The anti-trust, division of the de- Announcement Made By: Pnilip j ment With Rogers Co. j An understanding whereby the entire prairie market will be reserved exclusively for beet sugar has been reached be- j tween the Rogers sugar inter- ests and the Alberta Sugar Beet Growers" Association, accord- ing to an official announcement made to The Herald Thursday afternoon by Philip Baker, presi- dent of the association. Mr. Baker explained that the sugar company has promised not to market refined cane sugar in the prairie market, agreeing: to leave this vast territory open to beet sugar and thus encouraging expansion of its beet sugar activities in Southern Alberta. Specially sugars which can- not be made from Tjeet sugar, however. still come from the Rogers cane refinery in Van- couver. COAL FROM GERMANY _ Weanesaay on wr.at he describees as of justice, which filed the a "private look around" without special or political objectives. P ARLIAMENTAR OTTAWA. May culture Minister Gardiner an- nounced today in the commons the covcrnmcnt would remove its consumer subsidy on Suid milk May 1 and return control prices to the provincial milk boards effective that date. Informed sources said this ac- tion was expected to lead to an increase in milk prices to the consumer, who then would be called upon to absorb the in- suit, charged the Srms preserved a monopoly position by cartel agree- ments with Frer.ch and German competitors, including the I. G. Farbenindustrie of Germany. Attorney-General Tom C. Clark said in a statement released here: j "This case is among the most im- portant in our anti-trust program fcr eliminating restraints and rnono- NICKEL CO. (Continued on Page Two.) cf 1943 wheat participation certiS- cates. but he couid no; indicate thr j amount, to be paid an acre. Replvins to J. A. Ross jSourJS1. Mr. MacKinnon said i had indicated some time ago tho: -p (payments would begin in June. Ac- OueuCC Wants i O 1 counting work had bseri comnieted _ _ j and it now was a matter of book- JtSuy IViOritrCill i keeping. n CONTROL BOARD .rower Company OTTAWA. May Recon- __________ siruction Minister ga-.e no- tice en today's votes and proceed- _ __ _______. creased cost. aiso bv certain plovers and sar.d- i -In hi-, announcement. Mr. Gardi- ings ;ha: we will introduce -1 pipers. snersaid -----------------'J Distar.ee is r.oi the only remark- tinue able feature of the annual flights 100 poun .further action was coiisidered i tinued at todays meeting of the- WINDMILLS AT WORK Brar.con Sun> The back frcin the MONTREAL. May of S134.S75.9SS were made Wednesday by the Quebec Hydro for the phy- sical assets of Montreal Lisht, Heat and Power Consolidated and Montreal Island Power Company and for the shares of the Beauharnois Heat and Power Compam. The offers were subject to de- ductions for bonds of these ex- propriated which are outstanding, amounting to 534.- 081.030 in the- case of Montreal Power- Company officials made no comment other than to say they would he considered by the board of directors. LONDON. May About 38.GOC.OOO tons of coal were produced :'rom the Ruhr and Aach- en coal Selds heiween June. 1945. and ilay. 194S, John Hynd. minis- ter responses for the administra- tion of" the British occupation zone in Germany, told the house of commons. Coal exports in thar period were made to France. 3el- giuai. Holland. Denmark. Norway. Huge Timber Deal Involves Many British Columbia Areas VANCOUVER. :vfay of the largest timber and lumb-r mill deal in the history of British Columbia were revealed last with the launching 01 the SI3.500.000 B.C. Forest Products Ltd.. with a planned production of 200.000.000 Board feet of timber a year. The" new concern will control timber holdings of feet, and employ i.TOO persons. in the deal are the Eamraond Cedar Co.. of Vancouver: Industrial Timber Mills Ltd.. of Cowicharx'Lake: the Cameron Co Ltd. and Hemmingsen-Cameron Co.. Ltd.. of Victoria: and the OsiJom Bay Timber Buyers Ltd.. and Redrew Holdings Ltd. The deal has been pus .through by E. F. Taylor of Toronto, the industriabst and financier who two years ago Txjughc the Victoria Lumber and Manufacturing null a; Cbeniainus and the company's vast uniber tract on Vancouver Island. Attack Price Ceiling Plan and P.C. OTTAWA, ifay 15. Progres- sive Conservative and C.C JP. mem- bers of the commons lined Ha op- posite Liberal spokesmen yesserday- in a renewed argument on the gov- I err.mer.t's price ceiling- policy. The argument brought on a _l i dcveJopment in the form of C.CJF. i motion of non-confidence In thff government because of its action in allowing increases in the basic price T Wro R onoa 1 n t v 2 of steef and in the price of farm !m- JXepeai Dail plements. The motion, moved by DEAitta i Mrs Gladys soruns. Qu-Ac- I iVl o -RrnsiTri rr-nlacp a non-confi- On Margarine "i" would replace a non-confi- denca motion moWd ITav 6 by John WINNIPEG. May 16.-.- The] canad.ar. Press.> food distnbutors of Manitoba an- Charles Albert nounced today a brief, urging re- 33. president and founder of the i pealof the government ban on _the Rationttlist_ Press Association. l-t from feel thai the time has come her; Sosland, 73, prominent cancer j margarine ihouia oe perma- specialist. when mar___ _ nently manufactured in Canaca. and "made available to the Cana- >IQVE ROY.-VL NAVY ___ than consumer, as it is in the U.S. Luxembourg. Sweden. Finland. ItaJv and the organization's DOCK TO BERMtTDA and Austria. brief .stated. Spain Shipped South American Chemicals to Nazi War Machine By GODFREY ANDERSON j A5PERC-. Germany. May Spanish sailors used to make shjpinen'o to the Ger- aian war machine of rare chemicals brought from South America is bv dip'oniato of ths former German embassy ;r. Macnd. now undergoing jnierrogaison here.. Such trie claimed, were made Ger- man sent into bv Berlin and neither ensbis.-y nor Softndus 'the biz holair.g company 'or Ger- man interests :n Spain vss in- fortnec of their i quar. ins: Gemnany. For this :hc Ger- hoped to get, l.DOO.000.000 marks. They got. according to themselves. 220.000.000 of which only abou; 17.000.0GO marks worth ac- tuaUy -a as received in raw malcriaU Saanish deliveries were in- ter.TJpted :he JoUowing year ihrousii thf- invasion of France. ALEXANDRIA, IS. (Reuters.i The great Royal Navy floating dock, one of the features of Alexandria harbor, left here Wednesday for Ber- muda. Special measures were taken port authorities to en- able the dock and its tuijs to pass throuch the harbor mouth. The dock was brought lo Alex- andria in 1939 and did service during the war. ...__._ ___evidence tiiat increase production costs were "substantially in p.Tcess" of the 12 per cent in- readinc was to a oiH. aniendine the Yukon Placer Mining 1 Act, to Drotect servicemen I fsiture of mining claims for non- perfcrmance of work and will i strengthen controls against .smug- chnc'of sold out. of the Yukon Ter- i ritorr. DEBATE ADJOOINED With the debate on the u-an-con- PRICE CS (Continued on Fase T Anglo-U.S Russia WASHINGTON. May ______ cases, ar.d took care of ra'nre" The' TwJ" peaking them to The against in two op- fought of butter. those wr.o had SCITH- time in Italy. Or.e of the' characteristics of the scenery which denoted Holland to them was the Windmills. The Nether- ir.nd.' have always found i Group Capt. Millard lold ;he com. h'-d beer" abardoied fo- vears be PAYMENTS IN JUNE j mittee that changing needs of the fee Wo-ld W-r n Electnc Mwer OTTAWA. May 16.- Trade senice had made changes in re- had beer more efficient than un- j Minister MacKinnon said today in quiremenns and iisability. and that _________ the commons the Canadian WVicit if Assets Corporation THE LEFT HAND Board was confident it would be equipment had no sale value, it (Continued on Back Page.) I able to begin payment next, month 1 destroyed. asked Group Capt. V. S. J. Millard. i GIVEN THIRD READING swft to R.C.A F. OTTAWA. May new j ance Command, if any R.C.A.F Canadian citizenship bill today was j equipment had been brought ;c, j given third and final reading in the Penhold, Alta., for repair ar.d in- Qf commons. It now gors to the sen-j stead destroyed. I Grnnn danr Inld The com- 44.200 Feet Up With Bomb Load TOKYO. Mav of the United States Army's Pacific Air Command have s-ft thsir fourth world mark within a latest by carryins; a pavload of 4.400 to an altitude of 44.200 feet. Col. E. D. KPJ nold.s of Beaumont, Tex., piloted his B-29 to the new record Monday over Guam. r.ol to were fo. They did know, howe-er. that -Aas ao> ever. :n ihe middle of wa.-. TO continue 10 pour quantities of arm.in'.onu 'including captured material' mto in order to ?ct raw matenals so Iv neececi PRICES ADVANCED "But Franco a hare bargain- they complained. and. as Ger- many becair." weaker towards the er.d "of the ne steadily raised his price." Ir, the of 1943 it was agreed Germany .should arms to Spain. despite her pressing gooos to be delivered included 1 artillery (including be- I tween and 150 captured Russian speedboats for He contenced. however, that such a. rcsuJi is greaiiy preferable to hat "ne pictured as t'ne alttrna- s-jch groups ceiiterirsg around the United States, the United Kingdom and the Sonet o- represer.ta- banking committee he hopes the ;oan agreen-.er.t aiaiee lhe d and geri- conSica ir_ c of KEIGN OF TERROR THROUGH ALBANIA VATICAN CJTY. May 16 Romano. "Vatican City new? paper, charged that a "reign he Spanish of terror and persecution rules Ai- i navv, and other military equipment. bar.i3." The article listed numer- The onlv .stipulation was that i ous instances alleged mistreat- 1 i the arms should never fee used i ment of the Roman Catholic clergy. NEWS BULLETINS 1 WILL SEIZE RAILROADS IF STRIKE NOT SETTLED i W Truman lold a press conference today that he would order the United States railroads taken over by the government if the labor-management dispute is not settled before the Saturday strike deadline, bnt that be would cross the bridge of seizin? coal mines when that 5s reached. LITTLE LIKELIHOOD OF SPECIAL SUMMER SESSION EDMONTON. May Maiming indicated today there is little likelihood of a summer session of the Alberta legiMalurc in the light of failure of. the Dominion-Provincial conference to to any financial PLEADS INNOCENT AT COURT MARTI.VL AM.STERD.VM, May Stefan Edmonton and Vancouver, today pleaded innocent when before a court martial charged the murder of Louis Kendrik Stork, a Netherlands airforce sergeant, last Jan. 19. BEER- PARLOR HOURS NOT AGREED ON YET EDMONTON, May decision had been reached late todaj by a conference meeting with Trade and Industry M5n- C. E. Gerhart on the propSjsal to extend beer parlor hours Jane 1 to a straight 10 to 10 pjn., from the present hours of 1 pun. to 10 a.m. MANITOBA JAPS LEAVE NEXT WEEK WINNIPEG. May Tribune, in a newspagc story, said it had learned authoritatively that ajjoot 100 Japanese living in Manitoba will leave here next Wednesday for Vancouver where they will board a liner bound for Japan. FIKE CAUSED BY SILVER NITRATE EDMONTON, May silver nitrate bath which "flashed" into flames, caused a fire which did an anestimated amount of damage to the building, equipment1 and materials of a. downtown Edmonton photographic studia ;