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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY 21, Parliament Has Odds-Ends Day the foreign ministers, including the opposition of the Kaiaa. colonies which was one of the big progress blocks ri Paris. ng the foreign secretary s talk there was a general exchacse of ociniorss and it was believed Mr. Bevin received the dominions' views on questions such as Trieste, the Italian-Yugoslav border dispute, the colonies, the navy Ital- OTTAWA. May com- Italian Jtons bad an ocds-and-ends day t future of itaiian coj yesterdav and cleared several minor j posal of the Itsnan J gownsmen: bills irom the order j jan reparations. _ quiet studv in commit- l Tire conference is to enc Tnurs- j cay. according tc present ___ final reading was given 1 much earlier than anticipated previ- foar dealing with the oasly- boundaries of nations! parks, sale and manufacture of explosives, sale cf narcotic dmgs and auditors for Canadian National Railways, while second reading was given a bill to incorporate the Air Cadet TRAINING IN Monty to Make Two-Week Tour LONDON, May Cable.) Marsha! YisccKiat Mont- gomery's lour of Canada, scheduled to -begin at :he end of August. dent of the Brotherhood of Loco- motile Engineers, for more than an hour at midday. He was reported talking with the carriers" negotiat- ing committee daring the afternoon.! and presumably the union "proposi- I NO MOKE CANNING SUGAR THAN PLANNED OTTAWA, May tion" was taken up then with the j Autnonties, after considering Mr. Steelman was trying to work j. out some compromise before j. be from coast to but will be {ing both sides to resume joint limited in the number of cities the' negotiations. The unions have boil- the matter, say there is no prospect there will be an in- crease in siigar available for canning purposes, ii was dis- closec to Milk Subsidy Has Been Costly OTTAWA. May gov- ernment subsidy of two cents a quart 03. fluid being discon- tinued May 31, has cos; approxi- mately a year since its j., a inception in 1342. Chairman Donald Gordon of the prices board said in history %_ J 1_ ssibmi'tec to Viscount Montgomery as hae. been recommenced by veslerdaV and he aeveral j Presidential fact-findjcs comr-t a L'.tee. minor changes. It sow goes back to defence committee in Ottawa for Hzzi preparation. Viscouas Montgomery go to later, the debated briefly Conservative and raeticss of in the of a large casin o: result of iis educsticnai services i passed tie Ucian un the as a re p-ice" stabiUzstion aoiicy. -CAXADADAY (Contiriued from Frcnl PageJ iirolmenss of all Can- In the commons, ccnsidersbl? cis- cn ceveioped stucv c-T RENAME iroai rrcnt have some affect on tus- iov log to Kills. ING-FLEET tT One company's entire rowing fieet I is tied rp and others be affect- t feel cKiged to request the general j ed -R'he-i the last logs from, strike- Russ. Communist Program Outlined By ERIC DOT.YNTON MCSCOV. May increased of subsidy reached said Mr. Gordon, adding that the figure rep- resented subsidy pavtaeat alone and did no: include operating costs of more Shan yearly. He added that operation of the subsidy necessitated individual pay- ments to snore distributors. Total subsidies milk House With 40 Bathrooms Not Rented NEW YORK. spokesman for the Chase Na- tional Bank just wants to re- haven't rented that house with 40 bathrooms yet. For months now, there has not even been a nibble for the Charles Schwab mansion on Riverside Drive, he said. Nearest they can come to an Office of Price Administration price for the 75-rooia house (not counting the bathrooms) is 250 a month. Unfurnished, that is. authorized and! e post -war nroarain of the Rus- paid through the board in the fiscal" commsnnst party is becoming: year came to clear and more easy "to deSne. j wish the figure climbing to ariv. headed by Joseph Sta- ia 1944-45. The 1345-46 tcia! mainspring was while in the present Socialist He- fiscal year ihe figure is expected _- The beliefs and motives to decline somewhere betiveen speet to ths peace settlements. s ators said they were hopeful of j rs g (xx> careruOy i 000.009 and -But I conScentiy expect a peace I Sneing otter work during the nex: j which -leavens" a peo- i The milk subsidy was introduced inference to be called this ssim- week. 1 thv> j us 1S42. alona similar HOPEFUL OF BREAK Mr. Byrnes warned the United; of the "ideo- logical spark plugs" of :he Soviet eiscassioas wjdi in-! Public unisK. from partvj rUD11C ----_.----- In Victoria. Labor Minister Fear-! States against feeling it may be too son said "I have been hopeful that f-om th" diSIciilt so co-operate in restoring we might; have something" in the 1 Europe and deciding :o retire into province's labor department, while i -our own hemisphere." j from Ottawa came indications the -We must not forget." he said, federal government might already and on. is js uossible -that if we fail to co-operate in a be arranging moves to the iogether some of peace vrhich is inerrable. may cispute. fMnlres t? communist that we win have to co-j Federal Deputy Labor Minister cru- cible of the Second Great AVar. Tat- great objective is the transi- tion irom The Srsi garded as having been achieved. us 1S42, along similar payments on lea. coSee and in a j move to offset a continuing rise the cost of living at that time. world- j Arthur MacNsmara ssid in a long- Decreed For Frank PRAGUE. May slovakia's peoples court today found Karl Hermann Frank, former Nazi 21-NAT (Continued from Froni _ _ sre to be continued and i; is be- lieved the German question is on ihe agenda. Prime Minister Sing. Pr_me Jan C Smuts of South Africa. iinance Minister -Walter Nash of Xew Zealand Dr. Herbert Svatt. Australian external "at 1 cent for unanimous sgreemen SS? among the four ministers to insist said. He said the same support would aid the rjrogress of countries tnroug-ou; the Middle NO NATION (Continued rrora Front Paeej BLOCKED BY SOVIETS demand, he declared, was blocked at Paris by the Soviet date- i gation which relied on the require- Bevin at a morning meeting which is to be followed by another sessicn this sftemoon. It vas understood Mr. Bevin sug- gested announcements of the pro- gress of the talks be kept to a niini- Comnieniing on the talks, the London Daily Telegraph said in an editorial that "Prime Minister Sings arrival mskes the present consultation with the cominicns a pracricallv full-Sedged imperial conference, Tfce topics certainly are more rn3n enough to require a imperial inl more enough to reouire KEPORT Foreign Secretary Bevln appear- ed before Commonwealth, leaders Mbadav to give, them a detailed re- mrt of the abortive Big Four for- eign conference is Paris. Mr. Bevin touched oa most of the raajor questaons come up before Man "Old" at 50 FIND WRECK (Continued Irom From Page.) the heart of Manhattan's j district. BOMBER CRASH RECALLED The crash recalled that of a 3-25 bomber last July 28 into the 7Stii floor of the 102-storey Empire State building in mid-Manhattan. Four- teen persons, three army men and 11 office workers, were killed in that crash. that no invitations to a peace con- ference be sent until ali fundamen- tal questions of the proposed peace treaties have been settled. The purpose of the conference would be to make treaties with Italy, the Baiksn states and Finlsad. The foreign ministers failed to agree on aay raajor issue of those treaties. but Mr. Byrnes said he believes that if a solution agreeable to tie west- era powers and Russia could be formed on. the problem of Trieste then other problems would be solv- ed quite readily. "If we cannot have a peace con- ference uatil the four nations agree on every subject deemed funds mental by any one of them, that will give to one member of the coun- cil the power to stop ail efforts to- ward peace." Mr. Byrnes said. Rather Than have that happea it would be oetter to call a peace conference and submit treaty drafts I showing where the great powers ILw Cult Mnrmallv PMHIV YoMmaff 'had agreed and where they nad not. now reeis normany rcppj, imngn -r-Qj-jg opmiOI1 I0 -noirr the way to a i APPEAL TO tsrtr. Ccnaalss baod toac. Inn. oRa Eeeced t- _ i. of 4G. 50. 60. ozij n a peace conference is nou culled this Mr. Byrnes emphasized, "the United States will Holiday Time is Here! Spring's In trm air and you're naturally thinkiaj of doing a lot raare driving now the warmer weathers on the way. Is your car In really good shape for it? We'd Ifke to remind you that the short trip driving you have been, doing during the Winter (and possibly for some time before that) .might not have shown, up wear and consequent misadjust- raents ia your car which can become serious oil 3. long trip. Why not gcard against this now? Bring vour car In tc us sooa for s. thorough, check-over. A little thing like a loose fan belt may not make much difference, on short trips around town but can become very serious out on the road. The same applies to a partially plugged radiator, and to brakes, steering, clutch, tires, etc. that are not just up to par. We feel that It 3s in your best interests to nave us check these points now before they give you real trouble. Give us a call for aa appointment and remember, our trained staff and modem equipment ensure fast, economical service. Beny Chevrolet-Oidsmbbile Ltd. TWO DOWNTOWN LOCATIONS Main Garage open 7 ajn, to midnight. Monday to Saturday Sunday: 9 ajn. to Midnight Phone 4O55 service irded as having been achieved. him lo be executed publicly The cliche for socialism is: "ror xfce court also found that Frank ich according to his ability, to; was the person chieflv responsible each 3SS each accorccng to his wori." For! for the massacre and destruction i I am no. sajinb cna. no :he cliche is: "Sach o' the n' have been taken." Mr. MacNamara said in a reply to a question. Meanwhile, union officials here reported 47 companies have signed the union's proposed 1945 agree- ment incorporating the disputed demands. LUMBER FOB VETS The strike committee has so- proved release of lumber to veteran.1; for completion of homes now under construction and a two-week truco has been proposed by the in the strike at a Creston, B.C.. plant which produces containers for fruit crops. Union officials also reported thai 47 companies have signed the I.'W-A.'s" proposed 1S46 agreement incorporating full demands for a The plane involved last night rip- 23-cent hourly wage increase, 40- pec a hole in the boar week and union security a reception room which was little damaged. OU paintings hung around the room were slightly tilted. A scant; two feet from the hole where the plane hit. tiny wooden figures of "on shelves still stood, add- ing a grotesque touch to the blood- stained room. Desks and furniture in comers were littered with shat- tered glass bus otherwise undam- aged. Other offices on the same floor unscathed. THE DEAD The known dead were Identified as Lieut. Mary E. Bone. Maj. Mar- shall Campbell, Capt- Thomas Hall, Lieut. K- W. Stepaenson, Lieut. Angelo Rossi. Addresses were not immediateiv available. Police said the name oi Caps. J. M. Collison had been inscribed on the fuselage of the plane, lead- ing to their erroneous report that he was aboard. The plane, identified as a two- engined C-45. an all-metal, low- wing monoplane frequently used as a staS ship for high army person- Eel, tore a 15-foot square hole in the brick wall of the building. The building fronts on 40 Wall Street and runs back into 33 Pine Street. The building was struck from the l rear. The control tower at Newark air- i port reported it was last in con- tact the plane's pilot at pja. C.S.T. after previously giving i him clearance to land. The tower operator said first clearance was given at p.m. C.S.T., when the plane circled the field. After waiting abont 10 min- utes, the operator said, the tower got ia contact wita the plane acd learned it was five miles southwest of the field. That was the last The bodies were found piled to- gether in the forward part of the plane and police and firemen ex- perienced difficulty in extricating Full commumsrii was defined here by one lecturer the other day as: "No classes or even governing cir- cles, no private ownership of any means of production, economic free- dom for all. no distinction between town and country work, distribution j of products according to the needs" of the individual, no difference be- tween rewards lor physical and in- tellecroal toil respectively. TELEVISIOX MAKES CO3IEBACK IS O.C. communism the cliche is: "Sach ac- j of the village of ZubrL cording to his ability, to each ac- cording to his needs." At present, under Soviet social- ism, outstanding work is generous- ly rewarded and a man's income, rations and privileges are graded according to the post he holds. clauses. R. V. Stuart, representative of the j operators, ssid the employers sre anxious to do anything they can to get the industry back into produc- tion without delay. "In the event the government makes a move requiring presentation of our case on all issues, we will comply without delay." union stand was expressed at a meeting yesterday where it was stated under no circum- stances win we return to wori un- til all matters ia dispute are satisfactorily negotiated and a set- tlement arrived at between, employ- ers and union." "In the matter of union security again, state that we are willing 'Hat Girl Shares to submit question to arbitra- tion and abide by the award. To tMs end we are willing and ready to co-operate with She government or management." NO BEVELOF3BEKTS OTTAWA, Labc-r deDartmens oSicials said today that, while they were keeping ia touch with the British Columbia lumber them. The bodies were not burned. The cSce into which the plane Atlas i was a ruin. A fire started but was j soon extinguished. i As parts of the snip en- gine dropped into Pihe j aJso started on the 24th floor, but i the Sames there also were quickly i put out. PLANE EXPLODES The ship exploded as It hit the 1 building. Windows in another building were shattered. One wheel j of the ship bounced from the street to the fourth storey of another building. A few persons in the street were struck by falling debris and fiam- I TIRES We have Tubes and Rims in stock of the folio-wing 550x16 10x38 13x36 600x16 11x26 14x24 650x16 11x38 14x28 750x16 11x40 14x30 750x20 12x24 14x34 8x24 13x24 15x28 9x24 13x26 15x32 9x36 13x28 1800x24 10x28 13x30 400x8 ALSO FULL STOCK OF CAR AND TRUCK TIRES AND TUBES We have the largest Vulcanizing Plant in southern Alberta for Car, Truck, Tractor and Earth-Mover Tires. Fast and efficient service "oa an recapping. Car, Track and Tractor Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS Phone 426S 301-307 I3U> Street N. ing parncles of the plane. The World Atnansc of 1946 gives the height of the strs-t: building as 30 storeys, with a height of 927 feet, the fourth tallest in the world. A fire department official, however. said the budding was 71 storevs high. (Continues irora ?Torit Paee.> Mr. Steelman met with Mr. Whit- ney and Alvanley Johnston, presi- Etrike_ there were deveiOpment5 frorn a federal standpoint. 2S COXTICTS KILLED QTJETTA, Baluchistan, India, May (Renters) eight convicts were killed and several injured when authori- ties at the central jail at Mach, 30 miles southeast of Quetta, opened fire Saturday to quell a riot of prisoners de- manding increased food rations, it was learned. INDIA RIOTING DELHI. May persons were killed and five injur- ed lass night in an outbreak of rioting between Hindus and Mos- lems in the city of Old Delhi. A police communique said the dispute started after a goat, being tended oy a Moslem youth, strayed into a nearby field where a group of Hindu youngsters were playing football. May art students of McGHl TJniTersitT will share tcis year's Chester MacNaughten prize for creative writinsr. it was an- nounced last night by universi- ty officials. The prize winners are Miss Vivian Fine of Mont- real, and Miss Florence Trotter of Medicine Hat. Sask. Govt. Collects Seed Grain Accounts REGBCA. May Sas- katchewan government has collect- ed and forwarded to Otta-sra out of a total amount owed by Saskatchewan farmers of on I93S seed grain accounts. Provincial Treasurer C. M. Fines said t% a I.OXDOX. May its second otart la June 7 when BBC programs, su- spended for nearly seven years, will be resumed from Alexandra Palace. Xext day the victory par- ade will march across home screens as did the coronation procession in May. 1937, and set owners in the greater London and home coun- tries area, if their pre-war receiv- ers are overhauled in time, will see pictures sliahtly better those of nine years ago. Socialism Worries People Of Saskatchewan EDMONTON, May Peo- ple in Saskatchewan are worried about the increased taxes, central- izing of control and members of the C.C.F. party there are worrying over the possibility of having gone too far. Rupert D. Ramsey. Saska- toon, provincial leader of the Pro- gressive Conservative party, said in an address here last night. "Socialism works in Russia but it is a type of thing we never have envisioned in Canada as suitable for people who want to work out their own problems." Mr." Ramsey said since the C.CP. government took office two years ago. 15 new types of taies have been imposed while the number of civil servants has been increased by 1.400 as they are required to "back check" all the time. In criticizing the federal Income tax system. Mr. Ramsey said "red tape" must be eliminated and pro- cedure simplified. As the tax stands now, it was having the effect of cutting down food production at a rime when it was sorely needed. World Outlook For Food Supply Grim LONDON. May Agriculture Minister Tom told'the ooeniEg session ol an in- ternational Iaimers' conference today that the food situation ia next year or two TMll be just as dif- ficult as that through vrhich. world noir is passing. Welcoming delegates o? 31 na- tions wno are planning an interna- tional producers' organization. Mr. Williams said further drastic cuts in feed for smmals in the United Kingdom hai.e been decided on, causing further ciSiculties for Brit- ish orodueers. James Turner, president of the TTnited Kingdom National Farmers' Union, was elected chairmen of rise conference, and H. W. Louses, of the Netherlands delegation, uras elected vice-chairman. Mr. Louvres was elected oa the nomination of H. Herbers Hannam. president of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture. Delegate J. K. Knowles of Britain moved a resolution that the confer- ence establish an international fed- eration of agricultural producers to advise on and assist. roenta} aciloa through the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations and other interna- tional bodies in planning production and marketing agriculture's primary produces. Tae resolution will remain open until the nnal plenary session of ths conference. Mr, Hannam said farmers "should guard against creating the impres- sion that we would use our organ- ized and united strength in the in- ternational neld selfishly, to exploit consuraeK by establishing, if we could, and maintaining high prices." He said Canada was exporting wheat below the world demand price. Ii was doubtful if the price could be maintained without support of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture. CHURCH SERVICE FOR PUB KEEPERS BILSTON. SraSordshire. England. May The Three Tuns tavern opened as usual Sun- day the proprietor, Jim Karris, moss of his staS and the regular customers were not there. They had gone to church. Around the corner in Saint Mary's, the vicar. Rer. Norman Keen, was hold- ing a special service for the land- lord and customers of the Three Tuns and other Bilston public houses. GIRL KXIFE-WIELDEKS HELD AT WINNIPEG WINNIPEG, Mar Winnipeg girls are being held by juvenile authorities after aliegedly engagmg in a knife-wielding ex- pedition on city streets early today. Olga Houlsten, 30, suffered a slash- ed wrist and severed artery from a jacfc-knife carried by one of the girls who attacked her. Half an hour later two girls attacked Fakas and threatened to stab him.. In addindn to the col- lected from, the fanners the Sas- katchewan government had asid of Its share of the amount owing, he said. The seed grain debt was incurred in 1933 when there was a shortage _ of seed grain because of a 1937 AME3TSAR Inooa, May CTOD failure 3v the 1938 seed grain Master Tara Singn, leader of tne adjustment act, the crovincial gov- Afcali leading Sikh organiza- _______ ____ 3 __ _ __ i_ i" ___ t__lir _t__ TVtrtio A JT? Tlitr BEJECTS INDIA PROPOSALS ernrflent undertook to pay half the cost of the seed grain delivered to Saskatchewan farmers. Move Away From U.S. Isolationism By SYDNEY CAMPBELL LONDON, May The United States senate's approval of the American loan to Britain coupled with the success of Leon Blum In leading the French economic mission to Washington appears to confirm what the late Lord Keynes told me shortly before WANTS CREWSOX ROTJTE EDMONTON, May ada should move ouickly to develop a northern aerial ferry route to Britain, known in as ihe "crimson in the opinion of a former ferry pilot who proved the northern skyway dur- ing the war. Doaald McVioar, 31- year-old Edmonton flyer who now heads a Montreal aenal ferry or- ganization fWorld-Wide Aviation Agencies and Sales said in an interview the northern route cuts 1.000 miles off the flying dis- tance between Edmonton and Prest- wick, Scotland as compared with the Montreal-Xewfpundland-Prest- wick route now used. XO ANSWER ON RADIO rltHWOR OTTAWA. May Minister McCarra said yesterday in the commons he could not confirm or deny a newspaper report that the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was planning to bay three high- powered radio stations now In the hands of provincial and Dilvale in- terests. 'T have never seen Amer- icans less isolationist." Lord Keynes, Britain's No. 1 econ- omist until his recent death, nego- tiated the loan to the United King- dom in Washington last fall. What he said about American lending policy looks as If it- will be fulfilled. Lord Keynes was particularly im- pressed with the new "national ad- visory council oa international monetary and financial generally known as is reported to have recommended cred- it to France from the American Ex- port Import Bank. Without that council's recommendation Britain probably would not have obtained senate approval for the loan, RIOTS IX ALEXANDRIA FOLLOW TRAFFIC CRASH tlon ia India, ttrged his followers today to "die to the last man" if necessarv rather than accept the British cabinet mission's proposal? for Indian self-rule. He said the Sinks could not exoect "any fair play or justice from tne Moslem- doralnated section" of the constitu- ent assembly. TO BELGIAN CONGO OTTAWA. May Minister MaciUnnon has announc- ed the anpointmeat cf Leland H. Austrian of Toronto, as Canada's first trade commissioner at Leo- poldville. Belgian Congo. Dr. Ramsay Speaks In Edmonton EDMONTON, May answers to the world problems of today must come from the people themselves and clubs and various organizations across Canada should seek these answers. Dr. R. Ramsay of the deoartraent of agricultural extension at the University of Sas- katchewan, said in an address to the Kiwanis Club Monday. Although the physical and mental sides of the human make-up were being investigated, there was a ten- dency to neglect the spiritual! He estimated that less than 50 per cent pf the children in Canada today at- Lended Sunday school. FLOUR TO FAR EAST YORKTON. Sask.. May K. L. Hallett, manager of the York- ton Milling Company, said that many small Canadian flour mills are offering business to the Far East, because "under the present price structure shipments to the British ministry of food are not The company has a contract with private dealers in Hong Kong and Shanghai for barrels of flour for this month, and half cf it has alreaSy been shipped. K. K. CX.TJ. District Manager _ A' It has been announced by The Great-West Life Assurance Com- pany that R. K. Pbgal, CJUTJ., District Manager at Lethbricge, and T. T. Reid, local representative, have again qualified for membership ia the Honor Production Club. The Club Is com- posed of leading Life Underwriters in the Company throughout Canada and the United States. 9ZSREAT-WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY MEAD ofnct ELLISON'S FLOUR Vitamin or Regular THE ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT FOR NOURISHING TASTY BAKED GOODS ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR. COMPANY LTD. Millers of Pine Quality Flour for 40 ALEXANDRIA, Egypt, May broke out here on Sunday following an accident in- volving a British lorry. Three Egyptians -srere injured in the ac- cident. China s: of the riot caine when ex- cited crowds attached two British welfare clubs, the British Service Club and the Carlyle Club. They also smashed cafes and shops, cre- ating a general atmosphere of paruc. The incident began when the j British irucs and a street, car ccl- jlided. j Crowds began stoning all British i vehicles passing through trie ciiy, j and occupants of 10 vehicles were 1 injured. TROOPS ON THE MOVE t