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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, MAY US. War Dead To Be Brought Home ervolr will then drop to about 4.000 acre-feet. The canal now being built starts on the A-B.. and I canal and rues eastward, angling southward from! the site where the canal diversion, dam is being constructed. Work is, moving eastward. Three concrete conduit pipes. each five feet square, are berog! 10 to 10 Opening For Beer Parlors Starting June 1 throughout the country. It was very difficult to apply proper safe- guards to expenditure of public money. John Blackmore the Aioerta Hotel- The cav of the pavmeiii of sab-' store acd them i "PHp. financial system should represe men's grocer. The back of to the were warned by be changed la view of tha; f TRUMAN h have boll- (Continued, rrora. Frost Paste.) with tne purple band of sss President si for tne canal being 24 _ A- :eet wice on the bottom and oo feet, ifith pay. cenual proposal that shev submit wide on top and being constructed i M- Gerhsrt said one condition j thezr cispate to binding arbitration. in a manner -ahich will per s mit its expansion into c feet wice on _ out of sof s coa! miners when t new American plan cannot fail to I lead to the undermining of confidence of peace-loving i toward shat political course being pealed by some of the powers." the Tass dispatch said. x Sen's J HHGd'i J cassion will t May Cable) i ion of commonwealth y co-operation will receive further j clarification next week when Prime Minister Mackenzie King arrives: to take part in renewed discussions'. by the dominions prime ministers v here. The Canadian prime minister's be sought on a OTTAWA, May Thomas Reid of Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Al- berta and some re-seeding inav be- necessary mfcere lew temperatures the reports said. Damage to wheat, however was sight. The C.XJR. agriculture department reported weather in northern Mani- toba to be unseasonable "aith. light rain over mosf of the terri- troy. Secerns operaiioiis be resumed with warmer weather. About 65 per cent of the wheat and 20 per cent of the coarse erases are already sotm v.-i-h worm, dry weather recuired to aroniote growth. The C.P-R. aspriculture showed high in Alberta and Saskatchewan are seriously crying Liberal Takekichi Miki as sneaker and Progressive Konzaenion Ximura as vice-speaker. Both represent parties thai are Conservative desnue their names, and the new cabinet is exoected to be c'oinnatec by the Coaservame parties. Isuramarv for all the prairie prov- SAtE OF GAS OTTAWA. May of manufactured natural gas by dis- tributing Canadian companies to- talled cubic feet !n March compared with in February and in March. 1545, ihe Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported. Sales of nat- ural gas totalled 3.451.470.000 cubic feet coniDared with in March last year. VOTE FOE STRIKE MONTREAL, May Davis, acting president of the "Canadian Seamen's Un- ion, said that seamen of the Great Lakes and department of transport icssel-s hare voted "overwhelmingly for strike ac- tion against the 54-hour week." Mr. Davis said that, of the total number of men who bal- loted. 99.1 per cent voted to the question: "Are >ou favor of strike action to win the eight-hour "However, we are hopeful that a strike may still be he added. r sd (Continued from Fron about the fact that the elimination of the subsidy the con- sumer Trill be obliged to pay more. "Tha; is so, DUE he not be raore he paying the basic period, namely, the fall of 1342. That is sabstan- dally true from coast to coast. There may be a fe-ar exceptional communities adjustments made but that js sub- stantially the case." CQLIXG JCNE i I :Mr. "asley made This farther statemens: "The situation on June I be that the mtncinmm the price ceQine. 'Kill be pay musE continue to ibsicj control the i Tersanons: When" would! ute rSas Canada a dominion. govemmen-------. right in decontrol, then it would j e aave to withdraw the subsidy. j VIEW 3ev. E. G. HanseU (S.C, Mac-! X' dis- broken PAPERS DEZ-TVERED leod) said he coald not see the rea- i Mav son. for the removal 01 the EUD- Apnroximately 370 smkrag __ _ sidy, unless the government j tnick dnvers have halted distribu- its treasury. Such as family ances, irsti- tuted yesr. cos; money and reduction had to be made some- Ee said it should not be forgot- ten that taxes must be reduced so expenses must come Thomas Reid Xevr Westinfcis- ter) said the farmer could not pro- duce irwn: without the subsidy. He added grown-ups were drinking more Tru'ir aiid children were drink- ing soft drinks. There should be an educational campaign to have parents feed to their children. Mr. Esley said the mil-r subsidy was one of the moss difficult to administer. Between 20.00O and 25.- 000 cneqaes had to be seat out each month to dealers and distributors tion of Philadelphia's three largess m a dispute involving full pay for lunch tfcne. The Philadelphia. Eecord and Phiiadelnhia. Inatsirer, morning papers, and the" Evening Bulletin announced in a joint statement las; night publishing will continue but papers win be sola only "over the counter at their resoective plans." The strike was called by the Phli- adeitshia K ...Plus other important food you've tried Post's Bran Flakes youTl appreciate the difference from other Lran cereals. The first tasty spoon- fed proves there's a -world of difference in flavour. These nut-sweet, malty-ricli, golden-brown flakes are so thoroughly enjoyable. There's a difference in food value, too. Besides containing enough bran to sup- ply the bulk you need to keep food wastes moving promptly, Post's Bran Flakes provide added wheat nourishment, be- cause they're made with other ports of wheat, Equally delicious and effective in light, tender bran muffins. Recipe on both Regular and Giant Economy packages. Kewsnapers and Magazine ChauSeurs and Handlers local union. No. 628. aSliated wtth. the International Brotherhood of Team- sters. Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America (A-F.L.) _ Edward Crumbock, international vfce-preriient of the teamsters, as- serted "this strike is unsaacnoned by both the joint coun- cil and the International Teamsters Union." Sol Woociker. local 628 business agent, calls the walkous a "rank and file "The basic he declared, "is a demand for pay for a half-hour lunch period." The Philadelphia Dailv an evening paper, "with a 130.000 daily sale, was riot aSecfjd by the strike. A spokesman for that paper said the agreed to oav the drivers for their half-hour" limch period during an eight-hour work day. BKFOUR (Contauec tram riant Page.) the other deadlocked matters, such as consideration of peace treaties in general and an agreement for Ger- manv. PARJLET STANDES'G Foreign ministers' DOT score: Agreements; Protocol to revise armistice terms with Italy. Italv liable for reparations. Transylvania awarded- to Romania. Virtual accord on peace treaty with Finland. South Tyrol remains part of Italy. Ap- proval given four-power commission to study German disarmament in all occupation zones. Disagreements: Italian-Yugoslav frontier and disposal of Trieste. Whether to make a complete stucy of Ger many. Twenty-five-year treaty to supersrse German cus- arraament. Disposition of Italian colonies Disposition of Italian navy. Evacuation of Allied troops from Italy and Balkans, Internationaliza- tion of Danube. "Whether to hold a 21-nation. peace conference. Whether to discuss Austrian prob- lems at next Big Pour raimsters conference. MOSCOW REACTIOX MOSCOW. May The Soviet news agencv Tass said todav a proposal by State Secretary Byrnes of the United States for a confer- ence in November to consider Ger- man peace terms woiild encourage aggressive elements in For Industry OTTAWA, 3Jay Moore tCC-F.. ChurchSl) said Fri- day in the commons that steps should be taken to make agricul- ture the b3sis_of supplying raw ma- terials to Industries! Canada would soon be looking for agricultural markets. One of the best places to look wss to Canadian industries. Alcohol, cellulose, etho-alcohoL plastics, starch, aati-freeze and syrup were among the thinss which could be made from agricul- tural products. Es urged teat federal agricultural scientists strive to fmd further uses by industries for farm products. HIGHER MILK (Continued from Front Pase.) Producers Association, eaifi today. He had said earlier his associa- tion was "disappointed" with the lifting of ths two-cents-a-cuart subsidy and his comment came as Hayor Kobert Sauncers of Toronto announced plans to protest against the milk: price rise expected to fol- the Dominion government ac- tion. Mr. Scott announced at "Wood- nt.T that the meetings would at Brockviile, Out. Originally it had been nlanned to hold a mass meeting of concentrated and miTf nrcaucers and cheese produc- ers May 23 in Toronto. He said concentrated milk pro- ducers were interested in the pos- sibility of upward revision of sub- sidies" on rnilfc iised for cheese pro- duction and for processing. LAGTIARDIA APPEALS TO CANADA FOR FOOD TORONTO, ilay rig- orous appeal for continued and im- mediate" Canadian assistance to avert threatened famine in Europe and Asia was mace Thursday by Koreilo H. LaGuardia, UJJJlJi.A. director-general, in an address de- livered by radio from Washington. DC., to a. meeting of the Periodical Press Association here. He said: "God has been good to your country and mine. We have had depressions buc we have never faced this kind of hunger. The lives of 20.000.000 children are at stake. They hare been untJernounsned from birth Sir. LaGuardia was to have ad- meeting in person but prevented by adverse flying from coming. Heavy Sentences For Four Youths In Tobias Slaying TORONTO, May William VTCIT, 29. and Edward Martin. 19, todav were sentenc- ed to 20 years in penitentiary and Howard TTrqnhart, 18, and Donald Warner, IT, each irere given 15 years after they were convicted late yesterday of man- slaughter in the revolver slaying of Mever Tobias, 53, Toronto storekeeper, last Dec. 26. Mr. Justice Keiller IHaeitay Imposed sentence after counsel for the youths had urged im- position of light sentences. The jnry acquitted the yonths of a amrder charge laid after the dress shop pro- prietor was shot and killed in his north Toronto shop, but found them guilty of man- slaughter. Hitler Threatened Destruction of All Who Opposed Him May 17. GP) Grand Admiral. Erich Kaeder told the international militarv tribunal today that Adolf Hitler warned his commanders soon after the out- break of war he would destroy anv who stood in the way of his own military judgment. The declaration that "I sfrai] de- stroy everyone who is against was delivered to the German mili- tary leaders by Hitler on Nov. 27, 1939, when the army command op- posed his plan for an autumn in- vasion of France, the defendant tes- tified Actually, the weather pre- vented the thrust until the following May. Kearing the end of his direct de- fence testimony. Raedsr said Eltler repeatedly assured him. Germany would avoid war with Britain. In the face of subsequent develop- ments, he said. Hitler betrayed 'such embarrassment as I had never seen in him." "VANGUARD" TO LIVERPOOL GLASGOW. May (Reuters.) Britain's newest and largest bat- tleship, the Vanguard, left the Clyde, where she was built, for Liverpool Friday. Sn route she will carry out her official gun tests off the coast of northern Ireland. Seize Beef From Ottawa BEATS ME HOW YOU ALWAYS GET ,YOUR CLOTHES SO MUCH WHITER THAN MINE! DO YOU BLEACH THEM? NOT ON YOUR LIFE! OXYOOL WASHES SO CLEAN EVEN MY GRIMIEST THINGS COME WHITE WITHOUT BLEACHING! WHITE WITHOUT BLEACHING? KIGHT! OXYDOL WASHES CLOTHES THE WHITEST WHITE ITS POSSIBLE FOR TO GET THEM! OTTAWA, May Board officials Thursday took over control of the sale and distribution of 150 beef car- casses from two Ottawa, district abattoirs in a. move designed to provide eqnitable distribution and ensure Its sale at ceiling prices. In a. move described as similar to one imposed last week in Toronto, inspectors -were placed in each of the abattoirs to supervise distribution and and board enforcement director Harry Anger said they will re- main there "mdefinitelv." TALK CATTLE PRICES WITH OTTAWA OFFICIALS OTTAWA, May dele- gation representing livestock rnar- jkets in Montreal. Toronto. Winni- "It is riot hard to see that the here their tnbe descended. FEEDS THAT GIVE SATISFACTION ELLISON'S LAYMORE CHICK STARTER GROWING MASH DR. RUSK'S CALF MEAL Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR COMPANY LTD. Millers of Fine Quality Flour for 40 Years elements in Germany" ANIMAL IDOLS who are waiting for the Allies to Alaskan Indians erect totera poles! peg, Calgary and Edmonton their occupation troops. 1 to the animal from which they be- i day discussed cattle prices arid the ,c TO i current beef shortage with officials of the agriculture department and the Prices Board. A delegation spokesman the meetings would continue tocay. It was understood the livestock men conferred briefly with Agncai- (lure Minister Garcuner but there was no immediate comment from J government officials or delegation i members. It's Grand the Way Oxydol Washes CLEANER and WHITER! SCIENTIFIC TESTS prove come so clean they're White that Orydol washes clothes Without Bleaching, cleaner and -whiter than "half- vizv" soaps can ever get them. Oxydol's lively "Hustle- Bubble" suds are on the job from the word "go." They lift out dirt less-active soaps almost always leave behind. Except for unusual stains, all your white pieces Colors, too, are a joy to Oxydol is truly safe for all wash colors and rayoas. So, next wash Oxydol and see even your grimiest clothes come White Without Bleaching. IMPROVE C.X.R. STATION" OTTAWA. May ture of on Canadian Na- tional Railways property at Edmon- lon is proposed tnis year. R. C. Vaughan. CN.R. president, cd i'nc coniirions railway committee yesterday AitcratJorjs are planned ;o the station and new office ac- commodation and post office faciii- ties will be provided. JAPS THANK MacARTBCR TOKYO, May The mayors of five major Japanese ciUes today thanked Gen. MacArthur for his "understanding and sympathy" in the food reminded him their people still are hungry. The telegram was signed by the mayors of Osaka. Kyoto, Yokohama, Na- Boya. and Kobe. OXYDOL WASHES CLOTHES SO CLEAN THEY'RE WHITE WITHOUT BLEACHING ;