Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY Prime Ministers Continue Talks pearsnce of amendment make the married allowance with student-veteran dele- gates defending against charxes that they sbocld think of their less-favored com- rades. The third major issue over a recommendation br the I.OXDOX. Mav (CJP. Cable' i constitution committee that dominions prime rslriistersj X.R3LA. mea who served in a talks iodav entered their third day 10 Downing Street, official resi- dence of Prirae Minister Attiee. with morning and afternoon sessions t scheduled. Prirae Minister Mackenzie King's present tentative plans to re- TOjjn ia Britain at leas: linti! after, the Y-Dar celebrations June S. con- tipwpg private talks with Bri'isli' government leaders after the co- tciriiOES are concluded toracrrcir or Friday. Later be may nsi; Paris. Brus- sels. The Hague. perhaps Ber- lis. No lisa! his jcn- ersrv wEl be made for se-.eral Dail Denies Convict Prison "Irish Belsen" of wage to be essential to price control and. told the union men if the declared intention of Eome of their leaders to ignore -wage', control regulations was carried out there would be "chaos'" anci their labor o.-ganizations would be "en- dangered." DOBLHf. May Cable.> CMON DEMAXDS __ JUiesatioris that Maryborough; The unions asked provision for co-V'ef prison near Cork. Sire, was j industry-Tride bargaining; easing of "Irish where hunger- wage control order; establish- DEWITT tbeatre of war should be grant-_________________ ed membership. It "fas McCaughey ariof to I ment of boards thick, could deal rejected after a turbulent de- j death was treated -worse than j with wages, labor relations and -urcrA in i DESIRE FOR SECURITY IS DANGEROUS Fred Rose Case Again Adjourned of Fred Labor mernber of parliament for Montreal- Carrier, oa a consairacy charge, to- day was adjourned to Monday. "Rose, your case is postponed to said the clerk of the court SEW TYPE OF STRIKE AGAIXST HUSOX TEKXS ___-------- DUBLIN Mav MONTREAL. May 4, Seven young Irish Republi- Pred Labor Progressive can Army prisoners serving life sentences at Marj'bor- ougn prison hrre are carry- ing out a new type of stride Spain Cannot Fight Modern War Says Report MEW YORK. May 0aited States feels that Spain ap- ices and assumption by the fed Today's proceedings were has refiisea t garb. out of their ie national convention, denied government of Rose cy j for re-establishing negotiation rison drew strikes already -order way. to N'-RJM-A- troops who ijvnjsrer Gera-d Bolaa Sarnst -ziesr; catcher died after a hunger stn j Larure agreed with the i tives of 147 operators. ing out a new type of stride Uiutea states leeis in against their im- patently cannot at present iignt a prisonmens as criminals ra- modem war and the United States 'be' ina" as political prison- government has no direct evidence j of the production of atomic energy Tee justice minister declined us i-si uperawKs. uoa ;u iiiirienie frnm Chief Justice Gordon Sloan held threaten the security .of other na- ITOEI the tions and cause them in turn to iry Mr. KJES Secretary __________ ___ rder an snguirj" into prison conci- irith Mr. International Woodworkers of As- to increase their security. The j Addiscn. secretary Crop Conditions Through Europe bers of "the British labor partj- LONDON. May j hungry of t-sro vast continents have sown millions of acres to food, but praised Hitler before the war and drought and insect plagues j anti-Nazis looked :o them in vain Claims British Labor Party Praised Hitler NCERXBERG, May Kar! Severing, "0-year-old fonner Gerisan minister of the interior who was arrested when the Nazis seized power, testified that mem- er in the British fccuse of nsci arrived bv air frcna Cansaa i in many countries ah-eadv are dip it" -n pinS 5rno the crops" to which -some progress" had been made and i- fol i avert famine. Harold Priwhetr. I.WJL distric: 1 i One I, se-ious the debate which saw cefeat Europe's larder now is rirtusHy j bare and the emergency committee OPINION JcaeC IT021 Page.) to S100 a month and single vet- erars from JSQ to STO. 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A veterans housirg act "to 1 75 SIGX AGREEMENT These. brief, some of :he make ii possible for the wsm vet- j The original number of men on iiinons uttered on the packed floor eran to ovs. his hoiae-" It would strike was 37.000. bat was down reason, can't afford to see John has said "that about 140.000.000 nersons are living on less than 2.000 calories- a ihirds of what they need for health. Continental husbandmen work- ing feverishly despite acute short- ages of seed, fertilizer, manpower for support. Severing "was nroduced bv the defence for Grand Admiral Erich in an attempt to refute the charge that the former German naval chief secretly re-armed his caw even under the Weimar re- public. Dnder defence questioning he told the international military tribunal that anti-Nazis received" no en- couragement, before the war from. Of tijg chsreslT ball: be sunUiar to the Veterans Land! LW.A. district officials said, AK clause which provides homes after 75 operators had signed tr_e T. "sisnitcba a; on small holdings for rural and 1945 agreement _ accepting union them as semi-urban veterans. demands for a 25-ceci hourly wage j_, had 3. Control of c-roduction. cistrl- increase, 40-hour week and union the :o "raake'ua" their butioa and export of buiicing ma- security. minds'" them oi-" terials. and general priorities on AS a result of the tieup of the ix Co'' T Lalonde osk. of'tilose materials for the budder of i province's largess and the Montreal, who coramariced the ja low-priced home. Begtmenr ce Maisonneuve at a ti: A lead bv the Legion itself in SSTM men municipal housing pro- "wiien they :ht. they fought -RrSH. i Quebec threat, in the U.S.. newspapers along the Pacific s'ope were their newsprint rigidly. to co with, them but on the field o: rationing Both the ..Vancouver Province and Sun ha'.e delegates snoutec. that they will present a rooms and hotels.' amendment was voted to be Wth the Loval Bdmonton i .ualre one-fifth the income OUT reaction and.any duferesce was to be made grea' Bus we ap by government subsicy. fourid that men were! Other _recommenaat2onE passea told to go toward the enemy I LDSL: Harry Caminer of Verdun. Que. Legion branch would re- ject them regardless of what we decide here Youll split the Lesion wide open if you IK them in." An Alberts the fault of the government. They did all they were asked io do." A Saskatchewan mit thaaa and become better citizens." A Veterans we veterans of two wars were overseas lor as long as three years, they sat home. Keep them out." FKOWSE IS HEARD Repeated demands for in-mediate government action to provide homes for families with an income of 3100 i a month and dele- gate Harper Prowse contended that only five per cent of veterans could pay a monthly rent of instead of Provincial restrictions on the number of men allowed to begin trace apprenticeship training be eased during the present shortage j of skilled workers. The Prices Board grant veterans businessnien quotas for goods and merchandise "on an adjusted basis of the percentage of sales to the iota! market represented by their business at the Time of enlistment." The government back loans for veterans to establish businesses. There be a floor on farm product prices. SEAMEN (Continued trota Front Page.) wages and z shorter work week. Mr. Mitchell declared "a measure Mr. MeTrowell knows hi :nows nis onions: SIMPLE TALI TO SHOW HOW IANK CUBIT WOKKs) THAT first greea shoot in the spring Is ft Big Event in McTroweJFs life because he makes his living growing vegetables. And the earlier hegets them to market the higher the price he'll receive. So in early spring you'll see him bard at It, getting his seeds in. Bat all the time his onions and other crops are sprouting, no money is coming in... and plenty is going ont. In the meantime he needs ready cash for fertilizer, fuel, cold frames aad for the hired help. Mr. MeTrowell knows the answer to that one too. He borrows the money from the Royal Bank. He has learned that bank credit is nseful "tool" in his business just as much as a spade or hoe. He could hardly operate without it SERVING AGRICULTURAL ENTERPRISE Mafeicg loins to drapers for the pcr- chue of seed, fertilizer, binder rwine, livestock 2nd other purposes has been pan of the of this bank slace its fouadazioa- JS'o-sr. the Finn lasproTement loans Act, this loaning service 10 farmers has bees extended still fbr- Farm Improi-ezaent Loans be used to boy tools, irapleraenzs arid equipment; for new cosnrcctioa; for repairs and extensions; for farm elec- any purpose designed to improve the farm ox" better conditions for the firmer and hi j fam- ily. Fnll particulars at any brancis. condensed edition today while threatened restriction of newsprint exists. FEARS OTTAWA. May Trade Minister Mscsdnnon said a strike of lake and coastal vessels, called by the Canadian Seamen's Union for June 3, was "liable" to create a "serious bottleneck" in the move- ment of wheat to eastern ports for shipment to food-short Britain and Europe. He said possibility of a lake-boat strike was one of the things he dis- cussed with Rt. Hon. Herbert Mor- rison, British deputy prune min- ister. T7hen Mr. ilorrison came to Oita-K-a last weekend. "I pointed ous tioas possibility to Mr. Morrison when he asked er Canada be able to main- tain a stead? flow of wheat over- said Mr. MacKinnon. "I told nim that if there fras a lake strike it was liable to disrupt our ship- ments." HOLD TALKS SATURDAY TOSOKTO, May Ot Talks will be held here Saturday to de- termine the position of officers on Grea; Lakes ships in the event of strike action by members of the Canadian Seamen's Union employ- ed as crew members on Great Lakes and coastal vessls, J. A. DISCHARGED HEADLET. Hampshire. England. May Mat- thew Heii, 18. of Toronto, today was sentenced to two years' hard labor and discharged from the Canadian army by a court martial which cpa- victed aim of 10 charges of theft from sleeping soldiers in repatria- tion camps. unbearable tax burden in Saskatche- he said. This year's budget was highest in the pro- vince's history, the equivalent- of per capita. Much of the addi- tional expenditure stemmed from the taking over private enterprises to operate them, as crown corporations. The C.CJP. government had either increased or added from 12 to 15 new taxes, Mr. Ramsay said, a nd taxes were up everywhere. STILL BALLOTTIXG OX FLAG OTTAWA. May 37- man joint senate-commons commit- tee today cast their ballots on five flags still remaining before them, bat the result, of the balloting was not expected to be known until early tonight. The committee yes- terday decided to continue the process of elimination by balloting on the five designs, whitaed down from an original total of 2.500. Using the result of the previous voting as a guide, it would seem safe to forecast that ensign-type flags bearing the Union Jack will remain in the field. AND FOR ALL JUST Kit n MT BUNION SALVE PREPARE FOR ELECTION ST. JOHN'S, Nfld.. ilay fC.P. i a proclamation issued i yesterday, May 31 was set as the date for nomination candidates to the national convention which Is facing called to prepare the way for democratic government ia New- foundland. Polling cay was fixed as June 21. SOLDIERS RE-CAPTCRED SOUTHAMPTON, Enslar-.d. Mav United States soldier- prisoners who escaped from police headquarters in the Southampton j civic cestre yesterday, were recap- tared early today after a five-hour roof-top chare. One was shot and slightly wcuncec. GENERAL BOR IN NEW YORK THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Leihbridge Branch C. MacMILLAN, Manager BETTER BRITISH DIET TORONTO. May J. D. Cockiofi of Cambridge Univer- j sity told fellows of the Royal Soci- cty cf Canada last night that Can- I ana will have the most powerful world this stunmer when a r.cw LONDON. May Cable.) i high pc-aer heavy water pile is put Minister'Sir Ben Smith toid into operation at the Chaifc Rirer a press conference Tuesday that the stomic plant. The insim- fooc: situation wilj be easier for the ment win facilitate procuction of British housewife nest month as a radium substitutes on a large -scale, result, of several minor Dried eggs, withdrawn early this year, will be issued again on points, i while an increase will be made in the allowance of meat to manufac- turers of meat products. More sup- j plies of home canned meat now are becoming available. A recent re- duetion in the size of the bread loaf PLAN HUGE RECITAL WINNIPEG, May Canadian institute of Music is ex- pecting the largest group of stu- dents ever to play together under one conductor in Canada to partici- pate in the annual recital here to- morrow. Five hundred boys and had effected a saving of approxi- five to 15 NEW YORK. May Gen. Taceusz Komorowski (Gener- al leader of the Polish insur- rection against the Germaris in York by air from Detroit yesterday, j irced fay police. Editions in Po- j :Ung of the Po- lish American Congress Sunday. EMBASSY BUILDINGS matcly six per cent in flour, minister said. the play either guitars or violins I the concert. OTTAWA. May Hon. Louis Laurent, acting minister of external affairs, announced to the commons external affairs com- mittee Tuesday that the possibilitv of constructing Canadian bulidir.gs to house missions abroad was under consideration by the government and that Antome Monette, Mont- real architect, already has been as- signed to tour South America and Europe for the purpose of making in I a report on the possibilities of such a program. bv the wonderful Vita-Fresh process. None of Its fragrant goodness can get no flavor-destroying air can out get in. It comes to yon truly roaster- fresh. Available in both Drip and Regular Grinds. MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE "GOOD TO THE LAST DROP" A ftotua ef Centre! INEWSPAPERif NEWSPAPER!