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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE Admit Evidence Edward Mazeral OTTAWA, May Chief Justice J. C. ilcKuer today ruled evidence given by Edward Mazerall, 30, Kauonal Research Council en- gineer. befcre the Royal Coauxus- Eion on Espionage angnt be admit- ted as evidence in. SiazeraiTs trial on a, conspiracy charge. The cs Thursday by J. R- Cartwright. spe- cial crown counseL Immediate ob- jection was taken by R. A. Hughes, counsel for and the jurv from the court ttrday spent the day hearing argu- ment." and evidence -on tfee circum- stances of Mazerall's appearance before the coounissioa. Chief Justice McRuer reserved his decision lase jesserday. He had directed yesJerday that proceedings during the absence of the jury should nor; be made pubUe the press. The same restriction applied to the judgment which he read tins mormsg outlining reasons for ins decision. The question of whether the evi- dence was to be admitted was con- sidered a, key ooint m the Mazerall casa and it was regarded as setting a, precedent for other cases in the crown is expected follow the course. DEWITT Differences Nullify Labors United Nations i ji Gardiner Defends Grain Freight Aid OTTAWA. May al of the subsidy en the movement of feed grain from western Canada} sas bureau saio. u> eastern Casacta would result in j _ an increase in tbe cost of cattle, of labor and of the cost of living gen- Highlights In The News Mrs. V. 3. Brown, became Gait's only on Friday centenarian. There's a baby bom the United States every seconds, the cen- Aides-De-Camp For Gov.-General OTTAWA, May Appoint- ment by the Governor-General. Viscount Alexander, of 36 officers of the three armed services as hon- orary aides-de-camp, was announc- ed at Government House here to- dav. The list includes: Cmdr. K. C. McRae, Van- couver, and Cant. W. B. Creery, CSS., Victoria T. S. Jones, Port Arthur, Ont.; Col. K. S. Ma- lone. O.B.E.. Winnipeg; lieut.-Col. A. W. Bniburv. Regina; Col. E. B. Edmonton; Maj.- R. P. L. Keller, CSS.. Ke- lowoa, BC.; Brig. B. M. HoSmeis- ter. C.B.. CSS.. Vancouver. R.CJVJF. Groun Capt. G. H. Sel- lars of Winnipeg; Group Capt. A. P. Avant, Saskatoon; GTOUD Capt. W. R. Ir- win. JXF.C., Calgary: Group Capt. E. A. McNab, DJ.C., Vancou- ver. ASK LOXGER HOURS FOR. BEER PARLORS CALGARY. May Hotel operators have asked thai hours for beer parlors be extended to 11 pjD.. in conjunction with, the agree- ment tentatively reached in Edmon- ton Thursdav. by representatives of the Beverage Dispensers' Union and the Alberta Hptelmen's Association, it was learned' here Friday. XEW UQUOR STORES EDMONTON. May Al- berta Government; Liquor Control Board Is considering the establish- ment of an additional liquor store at Edmonton and Calgary, liquor Board Chairman J. A. King said today. When Alexander Parodi, French delegate, jesterday assumed the presidency of the United Nations security council for the ensuirg month, he emphasized that "our task is to maintain and develop the spirit of co-operation." The evenms before that Dr. Hafez Afifi Pasha, the BsypSian delegate, on relinquishing his month's.presi- dency. made a remarkable little speech in which he confessed that he was hat denressed because he felt that "during the month of mv chairmanship we have net suc- ceeded in fully accomDhshingr the task that was entrusted to us by the United Nations." He continued: "I believe that the peoples of the I am con- vinced that the grean masses in- habiting this planet are all peace great; mass of human- itv is disaopouited with the state of affairs that prevails In the world a whole year after VE-Day. It Is disapointed because it feeJs that a just and lasting neace is still far off. It is disaopomted because it believes that the payers are not working as a united family of na- tions in the interest of all the oeo- p'e but are tryins to further their own interests" without regard or consideration for others" That's strong talk. "Whether the doctor is rieht in his belief that neoole feel rhe powers "are trying to further their own interests without regard for consideration for others." it obviously is true that the oowers "are not working as a united fam- divergence of views among the Big between Russia on the one hard and Britain and the United States on the has got the United TCatiors Organization off to a bad start. These same differences lave in painful degree nullified the abors of the Big Four foreign min- sters' conference in Paris. Macleod Man In Winnipeg Parade WINNIPEG, May of the arrnv's most cere- monial drills, trooping of the colors, was earned out here today by the Princess Patricia's Canadian ugat Infantrv. soon to move from us Winnipeg denot of more tnan 30 years to a new home in Alberta. The color guard included L Cpl. L. L. Cosford, Melfort. Sask. and Ptes D. C. Turon, Macleoa. Al and "L. E. Cameron, Vancouver. VA H erally. Agriculsure Siimster Gardm- er ssid toniaht in the commons. itr. Gardiner sasd the policy of j paying freight rates on feed grain j movin east allowed eastern farta- Northland Utilities of Edmonton has purchased the Faimeisr Light and Power Company for moving east allowed eastern farta I ers to feed cattle ?t almcst the i j same prsce as she western farmer, i Sherntt Gordon Mines Limited 1 Mr. Gardiner said he hoped no j reported a r.ei proS; for the year 1 one from a rural seat woaM suggest 1945 of compared with 3 wi 1 .that liesteni farmers should goar j onjy the grain they could feed cr j that there snould be an end to' TODAY COLMAN IN M-G-H'f TECHNICOLOR HIT MARLENE DIETRICH JAMES EDWARD CRAIG- ARNOLD JOHMMVMACK try buster for April shoas a crease of pounds, or de- 14.1 per cent, as compared with the same the co-ooeration under which the grain freight east were G. H. CasUedoa. York- r_____ ton) said there would be a greater month in hog production in ;he tiest :f such j prcductiou was niade more nrofit- J. Meeting at Waterloo, officials of able j Iowa Lsocs Club voted lit Hazen Argrue Coughlin. 1 he KreA- :o lusty manhood on thej pages of ;ne Maplfe Leaf. Canadian 'armv He was the army's s most famous private, was, indeed, i the Canadian army, j The bock. ;i2st puobshed,