Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY s" Tinder terms of! national parks.' soother resolution. Dele-sates a resolutions requesting the provincial govern-; meat to rake the neeessarv steps to. prospective xaitocs 'o the Church to Fight Discrimination lar demands for a pay boost and 40-hour week. EFFECTS SPREADING Effects of the woodworkers were spreading today, slowly as yet. but expected to gain momentum if FIGHT BRUTALLY. ORDERED HITLER Alberta Travel Association Urged Germsns Told to Sharpen Kimes The conference- also urgea steps Other nearepapers in British Co- I be able to buy two days" rations of bread on any one day. i Rationing laiil mean in particu- jlar thai natives and poorer whites be able to get at least s Workers Pledge Support To Lewis here last The co: the possToil-tj berta Boards culture to committee pertaining Another r the deiegati cit" snarc vears. of gore: maize-meal m rationed areas wnere i hitherto they have been almost un- iab> to obtain this source protein and fat -anich-ia many cases is the aiain basic article of is necessarily cheap ciet. Another go'.erixmesit decision that aU consumers ,th a particular desle; scarce commodities such sugar and soap. Both ideas spring directly from report of Sir Henrj French, j WASHINGTON, May John L. Leais was pledged the un- qualified support 01 the American Federation of Labor as his dispute with soft coal operators re- mained deadlocked. The executive Urged Japs To Capture Singapore NUERNBERG. Uaj Grand Admiral Srich Raecer today council testified before the international that Germany in 1941 to cap- in the belief __. this would frighten the United sied Lewis' demand for a health states remaining neutral. jd welfare fund. 0eralaii proposition was made Meanwhile officials sought some bv Buier at a conference m "canaaian son has installed oil-cttrnsng equip- 533 749 American prisoners were one's neec but not for any igreed w SOVIET PLEDGES GRAIN the- DON Kiaj IS. Sovtet I Employee Retiring vears rail- Fitz- e, an assist- CHEEKFfL SONG Co! Fliis explained -iss and cempeizec to seep yn creditable one standard "of the category m remarkably few while the Bnttsh Columbia govern- merit was requested to unnrove the i road and which caused sober, frugal and IrKr-aMC- temporary renre- The reini- tnous. r his final retirement. and about 300000000 woodworkers i bridge. Mr. Titzsimmons has been active sn civic affairs. He was con- nected with nearly all the aviation endeavors that have been made in _---------- i --g> decision means an au- I -o OQO calories or le-.ei wnicn i picket; lines arourid three uaorgan Southern Alberta, and at one time associated with "Jock" Palm- commercial flying out of the ;v. An airman during World War ir iii tiic- j wi 4 i served overseas as a captain before the government Apnl. May and June. j., Royal Flying Corps. i To Orlov said. Russia, rearing railwavman first Mr. Earkins estimated that there agreed to sell tons of gram -he as a fuel inspector ere 12.000 engrseers in the New for sowing this year's harvest. i Algoma district in northern a-ea and there -were three j orlov also 'isted a receac Soviet j jj, 1904. He moved west in en for each engineer. promise of 100.000 tons of gram to j jgg- Servmg as a trainman, and WHAT STRIKE MEANS Fulled. later a conductor, at Cranbrook, May -Thsse nations can see that after I asid Calgary. Then em- is outlook for the United States piavmg a leading role in the de- i as a vardmaster. he served Brotherhooa Of Fascism and carrjing out 3- Lethbndge i if strike threat oy the Etecfric WITH tic increase a s unable to suggest any mutua-iy ized retail Usmber yards. Two yards continued to move lumber out through nicket lines. 2. P. Hudson of Stewart Hudson said the lumber m his yard I had sold and caid for previous of Railroad Brotherhood Trainmen and the of Locomotive Engi- neers materializes today: industry would face shutdowns "Food shortages would develop strike the Srm had ccn- acceptatsle tormula trmcn rrgnt break the deadlock." SPREAD NORTHWARD? In northern British Columbia next a strike deaa- dnescay was as line bv the workers. repressncng followed a tinion- failed to a basis of settiement m their dispute which involves de- operator on _ BS rrod Brent ___ products and 2G per cent, less fats caring the present emerg- encv. Hoover, in giving wnat ce describee as a -global picture" of iihe famine situation, saia he anc _ I his travelling colleagues hac pared j similar to those in the res i needs cf hungry countries to a. f _ umum and founa that there Columbia's strike scene la "E3T3" of 3.600.000 tons oecween I c'oud-'d with vester- cesd exportable, supplies of breadstuffs. ___ MEASURED NEEDS He said they measured the nsscs of each area "on a "drastic caloric basts such as would pull them through, prevent mass starva- tne twn. is-ould Trafi-sm order and: stake in B.O. also have to stop OnlT davs remained before Hrarifmp for 2500 miners to simi- Ready to You We tare complete stock of parts and approved accessories, the dnplieaies of the original parts installed in your car or track at the factory, so it is no idle boast that our factory-trained mechanics and factotr-approred equipment jostifj onr can completely your car or truck and make it fit to carry on. Beny Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Ltd. CHETROLET-OLDSMOBILE CARS. CHEVROLET AND MAPLE LEAF TRUCKS. SALES AND SERVICE TWO LOCATIONS: 7th STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 4055 FOR SERVICE. racted to deliver it. About 50 pickets a; each lumner vard oermitted the trucks to pass throu-h their lines. The pickets had been instructed by the union local headquarters to talk wim tne truck drivers or co anything which might cause trouble. As soon as each truck from -he vards i; was fo_3iovred byj pickets in a car. When the lumber was cusiped the mckets marked it as and asked the builders not. to use It. "Vo report wss availabls on whe- ther the builders had agreed to but union officers said if the refused the scene of their operations would immediately be picketed. This would mean thai truci driv- ers belonging to the Teamsters" Union would make no more deliv- eries to these builders, as this union had given the X.W.A. assurance tiia; 1 k would respect the woodworkers' I nicket rapidlv, wita perishables disaopear- mg from store shell es n: a matter of hours. Travellers would be stranc.ee awav from homes. liil be disrupted. guard of the struggle for peaceful j co-operation of nations." MOREPAY fCoRtlnuefl mom Front J A. Ross (P.C., Souris) urged that _______________ _ more money be paid to agricultural Xot affected in the strike call are and to civil servants gen- trooa hospital and milk trams, j Brotherhood oScials have instruct- i ed their members that so far as j their legal risrn to strike is con-1 cemefi there "is no difference be- rrain or any other members employed ___ s__________________ and Cran- the mission of liberation, the Soviet j Fitzsimmons was ap- Union marches todav in the van- j rule examiner for the Al- district on November 1. 1943. his headquarters at -Cal- garv. Since that time he has carried out his duties as an assistant: superin- tendent at Lethbridge. Medicine Hat and Kenora, Ontario. His home is in the small farm irrigated suburb south of the ciry. twees tram- Brotherhood on Canadian lines have been in- structed to remain in service. DROUGHT IS (Continued :Front Paee-> that Generalissimo Stalm had _____Mr. Gardiner said some in- creases tad already been granted, but the govemmens realized further should be made. Part of the discussion centred on the work of experimental farms and Mr. Gardiner said efforts were be- ins made to Snd a rust and sawfiy resistant; wheat which would pro- duce s. high yield and a high oual- irv. There were no new develop- ments in investigations with respect to roos ros in wheat. TEXTHJE CENTRE Bombay is the centre of India's cotton industry. fall the United States would be intimidated and stay out of the Raeder scoffed at charges by the prosecution that he "conspired" to bring the United States into the war. contending that my small navy 0ghting England I cer- tainlv didn't want the United States also ca my neck." PEARL HARBOR SURPRISE duplicated the testimony of another cefendant. Grand Ad- miral Karl Doemtz, that the at- tack, on Pearl Harhor was "a com- plete surprise" to the reieh, which thought Janan's moves would be against the" British and Dutch in the PacsSc. He testified that Hitler apparent- ly abandoned in the winter of 1940- 41 his plans to ir.vade England, but ordered preparations to con- tinue at channel ports as a pre- tense. Raeder said that Hitler by that time "was completely sold on the Russian campaign." WINS WITHERS MILE NEW YORK. May William Dupont, Jr's Hampdem. third in the Kentucky Derby and Freakness, von the ancient Withers mile at Belmont today before fans. ALIICIT Luumvi flAWKINSON TREAD THEY'RE CURED THE WAY THEY RUM ONLY Haivkinson Treads are cured to the short circle roiling radius. This cannot be ac- complished without curing the tread sur- face Fiat and Short at the same time. COOLER RUNNING LONGER LASTING BETTER TRACTIOK EASIER STEERING Oo Kcwkis- Tread cptrctc- w "S3 si NEWSPAPERS THREATENED NEW TORS. May The walkoirs May 15 of Bnosh Colum- bia, logging "and sawmill workers is cited oy the current (May 13) issue i of Editor and Publisher es one fac- tor threatening United States daily newspapers with a critical newsprint; situation. The mazszBie. in a news story, says the sort coal strike, a threat- ened railroad sznke and tee British Cblumbia development "is posm? the most serious paper supply prob- lem newspapers cave naa to con- tend, with in many yeara.' It adds' "Newspapers in Texas and Mex- ico are hard by the walkout of Bnnsh Columbia loggers, forcing i the susDsnsion of shipments by Powell Ri-ver Pulp and Paper Co. "Hetnbers of the Texas News- paper Publishers' Association haie been summoned to an emergency meeting." K. M. Dealer, president of the Dallas Morning :News in a state- ment to Editor and Publisher saicr "Results of the strike in Bntisa Columbia logging camps and nulls. if it continues for any lengta of time, cannot heip but be disas- trous for those newspapers which relv on the Powell R-ver null for all tumea appeal down that president Truman's Russia work with United States and Britain m mees- mg the world famine crisis, The official, declining to permit use of his name, said the Russian rejection was based on the conten- tion that the anneal came too Jate. He said the Soviet reply indicated commitments already made oy Russia prevented fulfillment of the White House request. There were unofficial reports the president did not consider the Rus- sian reply conclusive, that he WES still pursuing the matter, and otr" honed for Soviet aid. This development came almost simultaneously with a joint Umtec States-British declaration that "a risk of famine remains" despite tne bes; they can ao for other coun- tries. Diplomats saw the possibility of an implied reference to ;he Kus- sisn situation in the statement's additional comment: "Even more energetic measures are needed througnout the world This risk can be reduced inso- far as otner sources can oe found in addition to those at present m sight and the rro governments are resolved to do everything in their these additional CANADIAN STEELVTORKERS ATLANTIC CTTY. May 18. trmted Steel "Workers (CJ-p.l YOUR home... Fridav voted to support Canadian steelworkers if they strike in an effort to obtain a 40-hour week and a S33 60 weekly wage. The delegates to the steelworkers' third biennial convention approved a resolution authorizing union offi- supoort "our Canadian bro- thers in their fight to atteia tnejr wage and hour The resolution said unemployment HI Canada had already assumed alarming proportions and is rapidly growing worse." TWO MORE LIQUOR STORES FOR CALGARY CALG-AX2, llay Two additional retail liquor stores will be established in "VTest Calgary and the North Hill, it was learned here or a substantial portion o newsprint requirements. their r to secure _ -IDEJlieS." There was no White House com- ment on the report of a turn-down from Premier Stalm. The communique announced 000.030 tons of bread grains are in sight for the Hay-September period "Newspaper publishers, employees, j to TOeeC requirements which the advertisers and suascnbers will sUi- f needv countries have set at fer therebv. The economy of our entire population will be affect- ed. Recommendations for "severe below these require- ments accordingly wHI be made to "IS is obvious that it will be neces- Comomed Food board, the Amer- sary for newspapers i ican-Bntish-Canadian agency which allocates food to needy countries. drastically affected. "Powell River Company supplies Texas newspapers with approxi- mately 40 per cent of their needs. PARALYSIS (Continues rrota front It is understood the pro- posed" sites for the stores are in the vicinity of I7th Ave. and 14ih. St. on 16th Ave. DOMINION FIGHT ON BANG'S DISEASE URGED Whether you build or buy and have only part of the funds required, the balance may be obtained: 1. If You Are a National Housing or Regular Mortgage Loan. 2. If Yon Are a Regular Mortgage Loan repayable in monthly or quarterly instalments. Information Gladly Furnished on Request THE FORSTER AGENCY Sherlock Building, Lethbridje, Alberta Phone 2793 OTTAWA. May ture Minister Gardiner last night in the commons took under consid- eration a suggestion tnat z. Domin- 'on-wiae carhoaign for the eradi- cation of Bang's cattle disease be instituted. The campaign was urged by Dr. W. G. Blair (P.C.. who said a coountjywioe- program was the orjl" way to control the ease, which Is the cause of undu- laat fever in humans. Mr. Gardiner said he agreed that was the only way to attack tae problem but added that the agri- culture department was not ready to proceed with such a program this vear. j John Blacfcmore fS.C., Leth- concluded an agreement witn ilr. fandge) suggested control of the Truman whereby 200000 tons of British cereals stocks will be di- verted to the world pool to avert famine. 1 Mr. Morrison left Friday for New York and Ofawa after completing his misssion which included a num- ber of talks with President Truman and his food advisers. Canada s ambassador. L, B. Pear- THE MUTUAL OF CANADA Head Office Waterloo, Ontario disease be considered at a confer- ence of all provincial agriculture ministers. HIGH COMMISSIONER EXPECTED ON MAT 28 OTTAWA. Mav Alex- ander Cluuerbuck, new British High Commissioner to Canada. wiH ar- j rive at Halifax aboard the Qaeen Marv, expected to dock Mav 23. He succeeds Rt. Hon Malcolm Mac- donald. new governor of Malaya. telegrams to continue normal ser- the authorities in Ottawa today ana vice. Sunday. NO "CSE OF ARMY 1 ilr. Morrison told a press cpn- Coi. Jonnson said he had asked ference that he was riot sure whe- i the war secretary and tne attor-, contribution of another j nev-general for sucn assistance as 20 ____ _ mav be needed, but, ilr. Bufprd said j stocks would mean bread rationing I India Friday was granted a new r.e contemplates no use of the mit- m the Un.ted Kingdom. constitution which the British gov- 1 tary for ruiuiing the trams. Pre- But he said Jt would be a "hard eminent jaid it hoped would be i viously Col. Johnson had said the and one r.e was sorry to have the first step decision whether soldiers would be j to impose on z people who had suf- status. used depends on i fered war snortages so many 5 ears what would hapuen if the .APPEAL TO RUSSIA un.ons did not rescind tiieur strike j LONDON. May tr The Col Johnson said the next Daily Express in" a newspage story step would depend on how the men today it understands strong -cYTJTirP' OX" i are beinc made bv NEW CONSTITUTION IS GIVEN CEYLON lONTXXv. May Cable.) island colony of Ceylon in toward dominion PROVIDE WAR BENEFITS OTTAWA. May ilinister Mackenzie King today gave i representations are being made by j notice of a moton which wota the Bnttfh cabinet to Generalissiiro j vide war service benefits to aim- 15 OX" j representations are being made by j notice of a motion which wotad pro- NEW" YORS. May i Etaiin asKirg hurt to make food ijary services and fire fighters who i Thomas J. Harkins. representative! available to sorre of the world s j senfed outside Canada. Previously of tne eastern civuson of the' starving countries. onlv mexnoers of the fighting forces i Brotherhood of Locomotive Er.gi- newspaper said Prime Mm- have received such benefits. i neers todav said railroad strike isfr Attlee mav send a persona! is ore and" any hope of message" to Ihe Soviet prime min- i MUST ASK FOR BREAD it ended v.hen the unori leaders i LOKDON. May Are you a young man on the way up? all your efforts are directed at establishing yourself. Don't spoil that splendid effort by neglecting the importance of the value of your ma- terial possessions. These material equity in your life insurance you to things you can't think of on the spur of the mo- ment, contribute to this value. 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Afnca has wel- j searched for wasted bread "Don't! as he began setting up strike head- corned a goiemmerit prorxasal to waste bread" inspectors also will er.- j quarters foV the brotherhood in a ration proposal which j ter eating houses to see if is TOM'S TIRE SHOP mid-town rotel. ____ ration He said instruc- comes rather late in the day in the being served to customers who have tions to all workers in his union i opinion cf most erage consumers in this area would be issued from his offices. who, however, take the attitude that it >s better late than never. Mr. Hariaas. assistant grand caief The proposal is to ration bread. engineer for his union, said: "The situation looks very bad 518 Fifth Street S. Lethbridge Excluaive Representatives for Southern Alberta Tne national officers have gone back consumer to get eight Phone 2223 to Cleveland and there is no meet- bread or six of ing in sight today. It looks worse wheat-meal and maUe-meal in nine larger ur'wn areas with each ounces o( or 10'2 ol rnaize-meal, but not all not asked for it. GOES TO NEW POST LYNEHAM, Wiltshire, England, May Hon. Mal- colm MacDonalo, former British high commissioner to Canada left by plane today to take up his ap- pomtmcr.c as governor-general or than it did vesterdav" three pomtmcr.c as governor-general o 1 "The strike S on" ne added. "TheJ For convenience, consumers will the Union and Singapore, THE NORTHERN TRUSTS COMPANY J. R. ALEXANDER MANAGER FOR ALBERTA RENFREW BUILDING, CALGART -IWSPAPFR!