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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 25. 1946 THE'LETHBRIDGB HERALD PAGE THREE UK. Economic And Social Council Hope Of Humanity, Says Truman NEW YORK. May dens Truman told the United Na- tions economic and social council today it can make the peace a reality for the common people all over the world. In x message to trie council at its first meeting in the United States. the president said the council's task beset mankind. "By so doing they have shown their" determination to make human welfare one of the first objectives of 'their collaboration. They have recognized the fact that misery 3s one of the fundamental causes of war and that their ultimate success in preventing war vill depend upon to scoieve iietuum iivan their ability to spread material and j to encourage production, help to', social well-being wherever people j open up transport and clear corn-1 live." to achieve from Writer Tries Europe's Starvation Diet, Finds Week's OrdealNearly Unbearable Reports On "Brass" munications and to assure higher j standards of living." The president's message read by John G. Winant, United States delegate so the council, shortly af- ter the iS-natioa body convened in the chamber used by the United Nhtions security council at the TJ.N- interim headquarters at Hunter College. Trygve Lie. United Nations secre- tarv-general. welcomed the council with the statement, that -you carry oa your shoulders the hope of all humanity." "For the first time in the history of international relations." Lie said, "the nations of the world have set up one common body to consider speaking of the world food shortage, said the effort to relieve famine has been iremsndoas. must make absolutely sure that this eSors. is maintained and increased until the present crisis has oassed." he said. "Late reports from southeastern Europe and other areas indicate that drought is ag- gravating the crisis which already exists. We can see no end to this crisis and we must face it squarely." Health Minister Brooke Claxion represents Canada with Or. Vf. A. Mackintosh, director-general of the research branch of the reconstruc- tion department, alternate member. The latter also is chairman of the By C. DAVID VORMELKER (Central Press Writer) My stomach has just spent seven lean and hungry days in and from now on said stomach is going to remain a chronic stay-at-j home. I have just lived in Europe for, one and dieteu-' caily voa can have; it. i Here's what happened: President Truman, you remem-i THE VORMELKER DIET UD One COmiEOn OOOi U> CUUBMHK and. whoa rectify the economic and employment commis- econcmic and social problems that! sion. WAGES LOSING BATTLE FOR AVIATION AGREEMENT MONTREAL. May J. Symington. K.C_ Canada's delegate to the provisional iniemanona! civil aviation assembly, waged a losing battle 10 get support for efforts to establish early agreement oa a multilateral convention governing international air transport. Nation after nation fell in behind the i-esolurion of William A. Burden, American delegation, leader, to post- pone for another year decisive ef- forts to complete a multilateral ac- cord. Voting oa the American resolution DostDoned when Commission No. 3 "which is studying this matter adjourned until Monday to give in- terested nations time to consult their governments. KJUST RUB IT IN" and ywr touflMtt will toon disappear. Fust, Muu. Wvriu QukUy. Srttty. tails. at all druccistx. US. Woman Gets Refund on C.P.R. Ticket Sold In 1918 WINNIPEG. May Railway officials here are look- ing for a request to top this one: They received a letter from a woman in Tacoma, re- questing a refund on a ticket she bought in 1918. It. concern- ed a return fare she bought for a trip from Vancouver, to Cam- rose, Alia. She did not use the return portion. Enclosed with the unused por- tion of the ticket was a note saying in oart: "I have been searching for the ticket for a long time." Records covering the sale 01 the ticket have been found and a refund checae is being for- warded to the lacy. It was an excursion ticket and the refund will amount to about S8. officials said. ber. oa April 19 repeated an earlier. Third Day First Day Breakfast 245 Bread. 3 slices xP. 44 Tea zR 6 Cal. 1210. Second Day C. 255 Bread, 3 slices P. 45 Tea F. 2 Gal. 1218. Luch Bread. 3 slices Potatoes. cupfuls Peanut oil. 1 teaspoon. Bread. 3 siicts Macaroni, ijr cupfuts Dinner Fish. 1 ounce Spaghetti. 1 cupful Bread. 3 slices EeeES. cupful Meat. 1 ounce Potatoes. l-2 cupfuls I sons is as market. Diaseolic pressure hit. 88, a seat gain, of 10 points. My pulse.. very had SO JUSE a week before. NOT. knowing what it is to havei aa unrepaired appetite for a full! week. I find it almost impossible j ro believe the incredible truth that in some sections of Europe, the daily caloric diet of many per- c-rtwe- -oe as- as 340! To these' appeal to all Americans to reduce their food consumption two days a j week to that of an average person! in hungry Europe. X decided to try the diet but, to go the president one better, or, rather, five better for my plan was to endure the diet for a full week instead of just two noncon- secutive days. First, I consulted hospital physi- cians and expert dietitians who ar- ranged a diet for me. I was given a thorough physical examination. The box score read: Weight. 132U pounds: sistolic pressure, 124; dias- tolic pressure. 73; pulse. 80; energy, good, no tendency toward head- aches or fainting. Check General Factors Only general factors were check- ed as the dieting period was limited to but seven davs. j Chin up. clutching the precious; 1218. j diet list. I started not eat. j 'Carbohydr C. 245 Bread. 3 slices P. 45 Egg, 1 F. 6 Tea Cal. 1214. Fourth Dar C. 255 Bread, 3 slices P. 43 Tea F. 2 Cal. 1210. Fifth Day C. 255 Bread. 3 slices P. 39 Tea F. 4 Cal. 1212. Sixth Day C. 255 Bread. 3 slices P. 45 Tea F. 2 Cal. 1213. Seventh Day C. 255 Bread, 3 slices P. 45 Tea F. 2 Bread, 3 slices Spaghetti. 1 cupful Beets, cupful Bread. 3 slices Macaroni, eupfuls Apple, 1 Bread. 3 slices Potatoes. lsi cupfuls Peanut oil. I teaspoon Bread. 3 slices Spaghetti, l'i cupfuls Bread. 3 slices Spaghetti. cupfuls BVread. 3 shces Bread. 3 slices Potatoes. 1S3 cupfuls Cabbage. S cupful Potatoes. 1 cupful Bread. 3 slices Meat, 1 cunce Spaghetti. cupful Bread. 3 slices Cabbage. cupful Bread. 3 slices Potatoes. I3: cupfuls Fish. 1 ounce unfortunates my test, rceais have seemed haiKjuets, no doubt. j In starving Europe there is no. rcilk for adults, no fat save peanut s ci! xhfch is very scarce, no cfieese.; no fowl, no cereals, no sugar, no; coffee, no fruits except an occa-j siocai apple. Abous once a rsosthj a person snay manage to obtain a! single egg. The fortunate ones those who manage to get five ounces! of zseat a. month. j Bear in mind the fact that the Mukden in the persona! plane of [Gen. Marshall, special TT.3. envoy i to China. Crop Prospects Worst In 24 Years OTTAWA. May ture Minister Gardiner disclosed j Thursday in the commons that rsro j weeks ago Canadian agricultural I experts reported that Canada aad the -poorest" crop prospects she had had in 24 years in the same Former Managing Editor Joe Me- seek. "I do not -yarn the house 10 come Bread, Po Fish, i ounce use of thesr own procuce. Is earthy, of the American one has of money one may magazine, a shown just to the conclusion that we are bound buy food in France. Germany and i af-e- SJefote tile Doo- ro have the poorest crop we hare meeting m Wash- had the other countries. iituir cvzi: ead. 3 slices But al! except, the wealthy. to IS cupfuls and there are few of those, do not _ ;ap.. -cas claims of nuh- m 24 Mr. Gardiner added. "Everv western, member (Just the thought of all tha; footi Three Doctors Are Needed In North 2 HITS TODAY MUCH! If s Beerys Best! WALLACE BEERY M-G-MV OTTAWA. May plans for a five-year extension pro- sram for Canada's national parks were outlined Thursday to the-sen- ate tourist committee by R. A_ Gib- son director of the lands, parks and forests branch, of the resources department. He sketched briefly a Chesterfields and Car Up- holstery cleaned and de- mothed on or off the prem- ises. Ready for use in sbc hours. Color-Brite Cleaners Phone 2569 RUGS scheme which would include a na- tional zoological plan, improved facilities in existing parks and crea- tion of new park area. Senator W. A. Buchanan (L-. Alberta) suggest- ed particular attention to the ex- tension of cabin type accommoda- tion for visitors to the parks. DOMINIONS MUST AGREE ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS SCARBOROUGH. Yorkshire. E-ng., May domin- ions must achieve unity in interna- tional affairs, said an address by Viscount Bennett read today at the annual meeting of the National As- sociation for the Advancement of Education for Commerce. Lord Ben- nett, president of the association and former Conservative prime minister of Canada, said there must be agreement among the dominions on the terms of a peace treaty de- spite possioiy varying views, be- cause one dominion could not have a foreign oolicy differing from another. He urged greater efforts to establish continuous consultation among the Commonwealth partners. D. L. HOWARD PROMOTED WINNIPEG. May L. Howard of Winnipeg, assistant man- zcer. Canadian Pacific Communica- tions, western lines, has been named asfisrant general manager at Mont- j real, it was announced here He succeeds W. M. Thompson, re- tiring on pension after 44 yearo' j service- G. H. Pescud of Moose Jaw. for the Soskatcho- wan district, will succeed Mr. How- 'j ard here under the new title of ceneral superintendent, western lines. B. V. Tombe of Vancouver, inspector for The British Columbia district, has been appointed super- SEES YELLOWKNIFE GREAT GOLD COUNTRY OTTAWA, May Norman, special financial writer for tie Toronto and Mail, described to the senate resources committee his recent trip to Tel- lowkmfe. Northwest Territories, and declared that area contained the possibilities of one of the greatest gold countries In the world "and certainly in this continent.'' But, similar to other mining de- velopments, it needed a lot of "risk capital" for development and an important way of encouraging this development would be a revision of i mining taxation. j Mr, Norman said a new concep- tion of the north country was j needed for most of the had been removed and he had seen a flower garden in Yellowknife that compared with the finest in Cali- fornia; he had eaten vegetables grown in that area which were ss good as any grown in other parts of Canada and he had stayed in modern homes convenient as modern cities. Japs Are Held Under Guard Till Departure VANCOUVER, May first contingent of Japanese to ar- rive on the west coast since the out- break of the Pacific war was being held under close guard today in the immigration building here, where they will live till Wednesday when they are scheduled to leave aboard the S.S. Marine Angel for Japan. Royal Canadian Mounted Police officials said that the guards are for the protection of the 127 re- patriates. "There are two factions in this repatriation and to prevent pos- sible trouble we have strict instruc- tions from Ottawa not to allow visi- tors." Inspector E. D. Fryett of the R.C.M.P. said. Cue group of came from Mani- toba, another of 33 from Grand Forks. B.C.. and 96 will arrive Sun- Probe Midnight Plane Joyride EDMONTON, May <7 motiton police today were inveszi- gating a mysterious midnight air- plane jojTiding case. nve daily. Coal Strike Is Called Calamity OTTAWA, May 25 Follow- ing up his statement en. coal in the FRIENDLY REINDEER 1- 'or Ottawa. Air Vice Marshal T. the death of. two men and A. Lawrence. B.C.. air officer com- to four others, today was chargett A. Lawrence. B.C.. air mandtoK announced today. At Ot- tawa he" win assist in the formation North American reindeer are gre- of Roval Canadian Air Force auxl- His successor is garioas like sheep, graze somewhat J Group Capt. F. A. Sampson who re- Eke cattle, and in intelligence and I cently returned, from tnree years and activity resemble horses. i oversea service. with manslaughter when he sur- rendered voluntarily to police here. The truck collided with an auuir mobile driven by Alexander Mac- Iver. 44. of Fort William. and a friend. August Westerlund. 44 of Pore Arthur, were kilted. _ NOW SHOWING: TODAY TILL TUESDAY ITS THE LATEST AND GREATEST OF ALL THEIR "ROAD" SHOWS Reconstruction Minister Howe today Edmonton Airport Cor.trol Touer 'announced further resiricti-.e meas- Operatpr Zaborusky said at ures in the form of priorities. midnight last night he noiiced a i Effective immediately, the fol- small plane belonging to Associated j lowing classes will share equallv a Aim ays moving along the runway j first preference rating: and swuched en the airport lights. The plane zoomed into the air but returned in a short time and land- ed. 1. Public utilities, railways, hos- pitals, food processing plants like i milk plants; dairies and bakeries, refrigeration plants and laundries. Regular Roller Skating to p.m. Daily, Wednesday and Saturday Matinee to Children Saturday Morning 10 a.m. to 12 SPECIAL RATES FOR CLUB BY APPOINTMENTS New sidewalk roller skates and repairs now available THE BARN SIXTH STREET S. OPP. EATON'S intendeiit at Moose Jaw. been found. j New Proposal For Representation In Commons Now Before Members Investigation showed the plane 2- Cargo ships; parked m its usual place with its i 3- Dwellings, apartment houses motor still warm but airways of- j and hotels. ficiais said it was not supposed to In the case of the first group, the have been up. The joyrider has not j preierence is limited to a tonnage of coal from all sources which, when added to the stock on hand: is suf- ficient to meet consumption require- ments to June 30. In Ihe case of the third group, preference is given provided the j consumer has Jess frve days' j supply on hand. The preference is limited to the consumer's actual consumption re- quirements for fi-.e days or a minimum track is greater. j A directive from the coai con- troller covenng the general situa- tion Uiat preference celnenes can be made to office builciinjrs. stores, iheaircs pubhc buildings. lor heat or hot water litat'.ng except where such ser- vice needed to provide heat anci hot water for private apart- j OTTAWA. May government, putting forward its plans for of represcniation in the house of commons, dis- closed Friday parliament will be asked to seek an aiuendmcr.t to the North America Act which would increase representation from 245 to 255 members. In a motion placed on the dav's ar.d proceechrjrs in the name of Pnme Minster Mackenzie King the goicmrr.ent oisclovd that through the E.N.A. Act amer.cmcn: tnc whole bafis for lining repre- sentanon of the provinces be The act r.o-sv that 65 seals for the pcpulat.on of Qjebec be used for filing the representation of the other provinces. Population figures and present and proposed representation in the rnents, medical consulting rooms or commons follow: Present Proposed, Province Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia........ New Brunsirick....... Population 95.047 4 4 577.962 12 13 457.401 10 10 Quebec........................... 3.328.815 65 73 Ontario.......................... 3.787655 82 83 Manuobo 729.744 17 16 Saskatchewan................... 895.992 21 16 Alberta 706169 17 17 British Columbia 817.331 16 18 Yukon 49H 1 1 The Northwest Territories no separate repiescalation in the commons. the care of babies, sic's persons or I the ageU. i .________________ ALBERTA COKING COAL i ORDERED FOR EDMONTON. -May ing coai from the Coal Branch min- ing district 01 Alberta is being or- I cered for Kitchener. Ont.. in addi- i tion to shipments to Toronto ar.c' Hamilton which have been moving i east for some it was learnea i here toray. Scvcia! .-mpmfnts have been to Knchtner on rders of tne I Dominion coal controller, aaici. tforomy Feature Times ROXY NEWSPAPER! ifcWSPAPERl ;