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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY Chinese Govt. Troops Take reseats more than deep sea. lake and coastal American searnea. Bock Strategic Changchun KASRtSG, May torernsnent acriouriced that Na-jexpr tiortal troops forniaHy recapturec s csMng to Wreckage Lost Transport Found Near Ft. Nelson Needs of United Church Outlined KDMCSCTOX Slay supreme needs cf the United church in Alberta, were stressed by Her. J.i. ALBERTA LIBERALS XAME LEADER IX OCT. CALGARY, May Choice of a provincial lead- er for the Liberal party will be made at a. general eon- Challenges Report 7 U.S. Planes Shot Down In Manchuria Ear-'e- Mr SuUivaa announced wreckage_of would call cut salt! iieved. part of FOBT ST. JOHN. B.C.. Mar The Srs: great need is a, clear j nounced Wednesday. A party uncerstancirig of the gospel, that J platforoi will be drafted at they, ss a church, preach, he told the contention, the" coherence's annual meeting- w-eckaee vet- cis- This gospel is expressed under she _ __ 3 I the sino owners tried which disappeared .srrt.-oK in'and son two years ago "Tfce said the ccasiBnJstue. j the headquarters of Gen. Tu Li-j coTmnrfcer .01 NEGOTIATIONS third WASHINGTOX. May 23 Moscow radio report, that seven Am- erican-piloted United States boinb- ers had been shot down in Man- churia while attacking Chinese Communist troops uras challenged by a war department official. "This official. The would not quoted by name, said the army had no bombers in China. The orly array aircraft there KOW. he said, are "units of Air Transport Com- mand Troop Carrier Cofnmand. The Chinese obtained some Am- Henry Ford And Churchill Quoted capital cf it in ime-ApnJ. HEADED FOE KIKDs EarUer goiernmen: said dispatches 5 seen struction o; immediate indication Communists hac left. Previously, the reported they were prepars fend both Kungchuling. S3 the south. and Chang forces It Is estimated that every day the i said, it the same tinie, the captam thst. because disappeared, age never isras located. man which thev say called for cents hourly boast, psL" He suggested th; I siissioser be appointed to give spe- ciSc leadership all over the prov- ince. OXT. LABOR DISPUTES of the reconversion program. rules changes for a year. Emergency moves planned: Gov- j ernment may mobilize air. wawrway j and hifrhtray transportation systems for aovins some freight and sengers -In the years ahead of us." Rer. Basnbr-.dge" said. "God needs our j whole hearted co-operation arid. He guarantee success. iiaaona! defence, FOR PATIENCE General MarshaB. TCROXTO. May Seamen's Union today an- nouriced that the National relled threat to production in the evens of prepared to keep most vital i trains moving with supervisory ess.- i ployees cualiSed to perform tasks of engineers arid trainmen. Previous TLS. railroad strikes: 1922. 1920. 1894. 1877. PROPOSAL UNFAVORABLE WASHINGTON. May President Truman, crowded by the lailroad strike deadline. oSered a proposal of his own last, night to settle the dispute, bus Alvanley Johnston, aresident of the Engi- neers' Brotherhood, termed b "un- favorable." A. F. Whitney, president of the nmthprrirsori di- SJ Rye Futures Hit WINNIPEG. May ST continued !ack of moisture in west- ern Canada sen: rve fui-jres prices on the Winnipeg grain exchange soaring to the five-cent limit and an aU-time high today. iiav. October and December all advanced the five-cent limit allow- ed in one trading session to S2.30Ub and S2J2ib respectively. Julv went up 4% cents to A" year ago May rye was quoted at July to Oct. S1.39a to Awaits Sentence Differ On Controls (By GEORGS KITCHEN) (Cansiiian Press Staff writer.) OTTAWA. May of pnce controls was urged in the yesterday by C.CJP. speak- ers while a Prosresshe Conservative called for the lifting of ceilings on agricultural products an effort to stimulate farm production. The sugsestions were made dur- ing continued debate on Progressive Conservative and C.C.F. motions of if-confidence in the soiera- no report 'of the incident and doesn't: expect Asks Citizenship Rights For Indians QUEBEC. May elo- quent Indian war veteran gained the asent as a result of its handling of price stabilization. C.C.F. were William Bryce while the Progressive Cosservative -was John Diefenbaker (P.C.. Lake Cen- tre) The only other soeaker. Nor- man Jacques" (S.C_ said the government should "fin- ance" consumption rather than pro- duction. Shortly after ooenins: the house NON-STOP Lethbridge to CRANBROOK OR KIMBERLEY In 65 Minutes TRAIL In 110 ilinutes Inquire for time and rates to other points Immediate Reservations Twin-engine .Kepler Aviation Ltd. KENTON FIELD Fhone 433S Nfsbt 2110 TO KEEP YOUR CAR OR TRUCK ALIVE See Regularly for "Factory Specified" Lubrication Service New cars are still far off new trucks are sail hard to get. So don't, risk your vehicle being "worn out" before its time by lack of lubricated! Remem- car or truck needs de- pendable lubrication service every 30 days or every miles. Rercember neglected lubrication means needless wear, costly repairs, fewer miles per gallon. Take no chances take the simple, sensible pre- caution of driving in regularly for our quality "Factory Speci- lubrication service. Beny Chevrolet- Oldsmobile Ltd. Chevrolet, Oldsmgbfle Cars; Chevrolet and Staple Leaf Trucks Sales and Service Two locations: 7th Street S-, Phone 4055 for service _ Uries around 16 plants throughout ihe The union has demanded, a general 20 cents an hour wass increase and a 40-hour week in rubber plants. STRIKE UNDER WAY 3RANTFORD. Oat.. May workers who are members of Local 107 of the United Textile Workers of America today started the strike for which they voted Tuesday night and set up pickets around the plant of the Brantford Cordage' Company. Ltd. The is the British Empire's larsest" nroducer of binder twice, used a.t harvest time to bind sheaves of grain. Ths union demands- a wage in- crease of 15 cents an hour. previous all-time high for before the recent upsjurge in was in May. 1920 when the May future reached "JCcckerara (P.C. York South) for nrcducuoE of a copy cf the report of the court of inquiry held by Lt.- CONTROLS {Coatinuea Irom Front Page.) country-wide rail strike arrived with, no word from Washington of s. postoonsmerit. SUSPEND TRAINS NEW YORK, May York Central Pennsylvania, New and Long promised their formal answer to the president by noon CJS.T. today- Jour hours 'ahead of the time set for the start of the strike which thev postponed from last Saturdsv at his request. The president's proposal, tne White House announced, was ac- ceated bv the carriers and by the 18" other "brotherhoods not involved in the strike. These brotherhoods also had been dissatisfied with the fact-finding board's recommenda- tions The board recommended a :6-cent increase but the other bro- therhoods instituted cases under the Railway Labor Act seeking an additional 14-cent increase for a total of 30 cents. But Mr. Johnston, leaving ms hotel with Mr. Whitney to return to Cleveland, told reporters: "The president's proposal !s un- favorable to as." Mr. Whitney issued this inent: -The president proposed to grant IS1- cents wase increase provicea we'withdraw all rules changes pro- posals for a period of one year. proposal was less favorable On Murder Charge PICTOU, N.S., May Teen-aged John Beverly Thomp- son, four times decorated for serv- ice during the war. sat grimly in countv jail here today awaiting sentence for the holdup slaying last February of a Stellarton, N.3., grocer. The youthful merchant seaman, discharged from the navy in 1945 as under age, last night was found guilty of the murder of Aloazo Keay. jl, and was remanded for sentence until the end of the supreme court- term. 3en. Price Montasue into adminis- xation of the Canadian army in Jolland. Acting Prime llslev an- nounced the house will sit Friday despite the Victoria Day holiday. In the senate, second reading was given the Canadian citizenship bill! fOr ov- tender. The __ ,______ and debate was resumed on the j nouncement issued today also hsts j of the European family circle.' "Canada Day" bill, with Senator j jor a sister ship, the auxiliarv Contemporaries" J. H. Lacasse OU. sup-t cruiser S.S. Prince Oavid. J porting the measure and Senator' FEEDS THAT GIVE SATISFACTION ELLISON'S LAYMORE CHICK STARTER GROWING MASH DR. RUSK'S CALF MEAL E L USO N MILLING ELEVATOR COMPANY LTD. Millers of Rue Quality Flour for 40 Years virtually suspended all or part of their trains out of New York. City this afternoon, as the deadline for a scheduled strike drew near with no word of a postponement. The Long Island, which carries passengers daily in and out of New York, cancelled all trains. Seven crack passenger trains of the Fenasvlvania were called off and the New York Central held its trains in Grand Central station bevond the departure HTTJP wait- ing for developments. Huge crowds meanwhile had jammed subway stations through- out the citv ss many Sew York business firms dismissed employees early to enable to get home before the scheduled strike became effective. A battered-looking delivery boy arriving late at the Canadian Press office with afternoon editions of New York newspapers explained: i "Sorry, but the subway is like a j madhouse." A New York Central railroad spokesman said several trains were being held at Grand Central sta- tion "to see what will develon." SITUATION AT A GLANCE (By the Associated Press.) Strike deadline: 4 pjn_ local Standard Time) today. May 23. Workers directly involved: 000 members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the Bro- therhooa of Railroad Trainmen. Issues: Unions scaled down basic than the recommendation fact-finding board." of the 1 wage demands from a 2o per j increase with a daily mlni- murn boost to 18 per cent and S1.44- j Workers also demand working rules changes which carriers contend would add to payroll j annually. Brotherhoods snidy com- promise" proposal by President Tru- Johnston and Whitney went from their hotel to the station Panning to board a train for Cleve- land, but at the station they re- ceived a teleohone call and there- upon changed their minds aoout denarting. They told reporters tney would stay here overnight ana would see Mr. Truman again this morning LESWANTS (Continued Irom Rront Page.) Bring in a forthright resolution on full emotoyment." A Nova "Put employ- ment on a wartime oasis. An Ontario "Would we be willing to be conscripted for jobs on a wartime basis? I pnze freedom more than the chance for a job. Open up production by other means but don't rely on pub- lic works. Tne type of men for public works is not the type of men we are concerned about." Jack Henderson of this technical age, hours of work must be shortened to provide enough employment. Let there be no more pussyfooting or well be back in the thirties." Prince "There are thou- sands of unemployed in Saskatche- There must be improve- Mame Canadians At Parley LONDON. 'May Cable) Herbert Hannam of Ottawa, president of the Canadian Federa- tion of Agriculture, and J. H. Wes- son of Eegina. president of the Ca- nadian Co-oparaave Wheat Produc- ers, todav were elected to a commit- tee formed bv the International Farmers' Conference to consider es- tablishing an International Feder- ation of Agriculture. Ths committee, representing countries, will consider a constitu- tion, finance, a staff and a seat for the pronosed federation, reporting back to the conference later. W. J. Parker cf Winnipeg and R. E. M. Bailey of Eomonton were apoointed to a committee on the lunctions of the proaosed federation in relation to the United Nations food and agriculture organization. The committee will study oroduc- tion, nutrition and suaply distribu- tion statistics from the producers' standpoint. Mitchell Demes By DANIEL DE I.TJCE NUERNBERG, May dur VOD. Schirach. 39-year-old former-fuehrer of Hitler youth, in- formed the international military tribunal today that a book he said had been written by Henry Ford was influential in convening bisn to anti-Semitism. He said the book was eniilted The International Jew." uu.uunu (On Jan. C. 1937, the non-sec- erican aircraft duriog tha war acd j tarian anti-Nazi league to chsm- have actjuired addirioaial surplus pion hmnaa rights announced in planes he rscted. New York that it had received a The war depaitmem has received letter authorized by Henry Ford. stating that steps would be taken to "prevent the continued misuse cf Mr. Ftord's name" on the book, The International Sir Geoffrey Lawrence, the pre- siding justice, interrupted the wit- ness with the observation that he vas not interested in how Schirach tecanie anti-Semitic. Schirach. natty m a tan gabar- dine suit and a blue tie. talked out of the side of his mouth as he to5d the tribunal he was ihe father of four children and described his 21 years in the Nszi party and his rise from prodiay to gauleiter of Vienna. CHURCHILL The defence closed the case for Grand Admiral Erich Raecer Wed- nesday with a contention that as late as 1935 even Winston Churchill was uncertain whether Hitler was a boon or a curse to European civi- lization- Firing a parting shot at the pro- secution contention that top-rank- ing German officials must have teen aware of Hitler's warlike in- tentions lor years, the defence in- troduced in evidence before the in- ternational military tribunal a quotation from Mr. Churchill's book. "Great Contemporaries." The passage said: "We cannot tell whether Hitler will be a man who will once again let looee upon the world another Canadian Legion last for a resolution that free citizen- ship rights be granted all Indians. John Jones of Cape Croker, Ont. a representative of the North Amer- ican Indian Brotherhood, delivered a telling appeal to expand the orig- inal resolution which would- have covered only India- veterans. Jones said, "When I die mv vote dies with me." Although, he also had lost a son overseas in this war. his wife had no vote. He contended it was undemocratic to take Indians for war service and deny them citi- zenship rights. The resolution, as passed, asked no infringement on Indian treaty rights. Will Depose Of Two Prince Boats MCOtTREAU May nated for one day as "the royal __ .V and commissioned to carry Their Majesties, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, from Victoria to Vancouver, a former auxiliary cruiser, the SJS. Prince Robert, now is offered by War Assets Corpora- for war in which civilization will irre- trievably succumb, or whether he wiU go down in history as the man who restored honor and peace of mind to the great Germanic na- tion and brought it back, serene, helpful and strong, to the forefront Arthur Marcotte (P.C., Sas'-cstch- ewau) opposing it. 3IOMTOR CORRESPONDENT MUST BE CENSORED BUCHAREST, May fcP) Frecom from censorship has been withdrawn from Reuben Marnarn, Christian Science ilpcitor corres- pondent here, following an attack upon him by the Red army and Sa- manian. newstjaners. A cable which Markham attempted to file Tues- day night was returned with the that the cable office had re- ceived orders from the Russian ceasor that his cables must pass through Soviet cersorship. DAT Conn.. May Francis De Sopo and his son, Sanay. share the same birthday date, June 29. Todav they were sharing the same hosDital room following iden- tical appendectomy operations on the same day. BOOKED ON SUSPICION IN SLAYING OF SIX I.OS ANGELSS, May Ralph B. Baumann. 21, was booked on suspicion of murder today after questioning in connection with the slavinss of sis persons recently in the Texarkana, Texas, area. Police said thev arrested Baumann after he wrote some notes regarding the Texarkana killings and gave them to the Lcs Angeles Examiner. They said Baumann told them he had been in a coma during the period in which the slayings occurred. NOT WATCHDOGS LOS ANGELES. May S. llurdock. owner of a veterinary hospital, reported to police that 500-pouca out detec- tion bv a night watchman. There were 300 dogs in the hospital at the time but obviously not a watchdog among them. -l-tijui LL.U. vu JJW..W" burglars carted away a 500 safe containing S700 without wss published in 1937. The defence re- ference to 1935 tras not bus mav have concerned the neriod in which Mr. Churchill was writing it) STRIKE LEGALIST OVER MONTREAL. Mav T. Whelan. organizer for the Interna- tional Brewerv Workers of America, Local 301 announced that the strike called by the union in four plants beie of Na- tional Breweries. Limited, has been "legally over" effective Tuesday night-" The company said produc- tion had since been restored to nor- maL wan. British "Leave man unemployed and everything else we've done here will be nullified." C.S. PREFERENCES JOIN THE INTERNATIONAL SAFETY CHECK CAMPAIGN BY HAVING YOUR BRAKES RELINED custom-drilled Lining Brake J men." Preference for. merchant seamen i veterans of a theatre of war was urged, too. Other recommendations were that: 1. Male civil servants be super- annuated at 60, women at 55. 2. period of war service be counted towards superannuation. 3. That no civil service posJUoa be paid at a rate less than that on a comparative civilian job. 4. A reclassiScation of perman- The national convention renewed its support of civil service prefer- ence for overseas veterans and call- ed for a "a for veterans who volunteered but did not get overseas. Legion omcials said the latter would mean a preference secondary to that, for the overseas Stormy Meeting OTTAWA, llay S3? Minister Mitchell Wednesday de- nied in the commons that a meet- ing he held Wednesday with re- presentatives of larger Canadian Congress of Labor unions was as it had been described in a Canadian Press report. Mr. Mitchell commented on the report in brief statement to the commons. "I think those that know me best know that I do not take part; In a stormv meeting." he said. "Xot if you can help it." II. J. Co'dweH. leader, commented. "Not if I can help said Mr. Mitchell. "I will say that, we had a very frank discussion, and I say that in a kindly way. I just -want- ed to observe that 1 do not think it adds to industrial relations in these difficult times to express an opi- nion of that character of "that I have no objection to the news story but TO PROBE CLASHES TEHHAN. May Tabriz radio reported that, on ihe invitation of Premier Ahmed Qavam of Iran. Premier Jafar Pisbevari of Azerbaijan province had sent a mis- sion to Tehran to investigate_ recer.t clashes between Iranian and Azer- baijan forces. The report said the mission woulc accompany a Tehran mission to the Azerbaijan border area the clashes occurred. TO DOCK FRIDAT HALIFAX May Tfc< Lady Rodney, carrying 258 depen cents of Canadian servicemen. the cm! service act. 6. Veterans who qualify :or the cens o an ent civil service salaries be expeau- docjl hero pvjcaTj military authori ed by repeal of an which froze them in 1940. 5. All federal appointments, in- cluding deputy ministers, be under GOTJPAPER CUPS A NEW a GREAT safety development. CHRYCO CUSTOM-DRILLED BRAKE LINING. 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