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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 27, 1946 THE LETHBEIDGE HERALD PAGE THRE1 Ilsley Appeals For Resumption Of Work In B.C. Box Factories, Save Crops OTTAWA, May Prime Minister Ilsley today appealed for immediate resumption of work in strike-bound British Columbia box factories which produce con- tainers for fruit and other foods. Mr. Ilsley referred to comments made in the commons Friday by George CruickshacJc leaser Val- Mr. Craickshank had Ister said he proposed asking adjourn- ment of the house today to discuss the situation- After Mr. Ilsley had finished his statement, Mr. Cruiek- ehank thanked him. Mr. Ilsley said if containers were not produced there would be a large of. many kinds of food des- for Canadian and overseas markets. He had been informed there was a disposition en the part of the (International Woodworkers of America-C-LO.) and the opera- tors in recognizing the gravity of the situation. A meeting had been arranged between the union ard farmers. It was his sincere hope that ar- rangements would immediately oe made for the resumption of wori In the factories. Such action would be without prejudice to nego- tiations for settlement of the general lumber strike. Every effort was be- ing made to effect a settlement. Await Packer Reaction, Lifting Of Beef Ceiling "What are the packers going to sav about it? That's the question which local livestock dealers were asking Mon- day when they learned that the wholesale ceiling on the price or red and blue label beef had been lifted but that butchers' retail ceil- ings will stay as they are leaving the retailer to trim his costs so that he can pay more for the car- cass and sell at the same figure as previously. Local dealers felt that the feed- lot operator could break even and make some profit if he gets to per hundred for their cattle instead of the 811.73 to S12J5 which thev have been getting recently. A ago during May and June packers were paying" S13 for top grain-fed steers. Most of the steers into the feedlots last fall at around 10 to 11 cents a pound, with an average of just over 10. Fat cattle have been moving freely from, the feedlots of Leth- fcridge Central Feeders, but that or- ganization has some beeves still to be marketed. baby RETURNING OFFICER Ill-Health Ex-MLA From Prison May health because of war service saved Peter L. Hyde, 62, former city oil man, and former Saskatchewan MJLJL, from prison sentence when he appeared before Chief Jus- tice W. R. Howsoa in supreme crim- inal court here today. Hyde had pleaded guilty to 12 charges of uttering forged docu- ments in 1941. Chief Justice Howson originally remanded Hyde in October. 1941, for three years for sentence, be- cause at that time the accused was serving in the army with the rank of sergeant-major. HOUSE COST TOO MUCH, BUILDER FINED REGXNA, May E. Watchler of "Regma. was fined IE ciiv police court today for constructing a house here at a cost exceeding the limits permitted by orders of the govemor-in-council and by the controller of construc- tion. Magistrate "V dence showed Barley Payments OF SUSPICION EVERYONE SUSPECTED OF BEING A SPY B- Scott said evi- Mr. Watchler last September estimated the cost of the house at and in December submitted an estimate of while orders-in-council 6SO permit- ted a total construction cost of REGINA. May 27. FATALLY Tranz Umoe. of Morse, has been! named returning officer for the! Morse bv-election to be held A tin-can s 27, it Vas announced today byjbre nfles endea in me death here T j last nigns of Donalda PonS, lo. of candidates fatally bounded when she raised Is expected to take place June 13 in her heaa as a companion firea a Morse. OTTAWA, May Minister MacKinnon announced to- day in the commons is being distributed in barley equal- ization pavments to all producers irho delivered barley either through country elevators or by farm-to- fsrm transactions in the crop year 1944-45. Approximately are involved covering total deliveries of bushels, with the amount per bushel of the payment totaling 7.59 cents. Sir. MacKinnon also announced the per bushel payment from the Ontario equalization fund, to be distributed iollo-sring completion of the barlev payment, will be three cents arufvrill involve 29.000 cheques. The barley equalization payment represents the difference between the advance equalization payment aad the equalization fees collected for barlev after exporter, after al- lowing for administrative COSTS and the estimated cast of making pay- ment. The payment covers deliveries made between August 1, 1944, and July 31. 1945. inclusive. la the case of deliveries through country elevators, the cheques are compiled from information submit- ted to the board by handling companies. Where producers made deliveries to more than one elevator, separate cheques wSSTbe issued, one for each of the companies so whom deliveries were made. The cheques will be forwarded to the elevator companies for dis- tribution when completed, but covering the rarrn-to-fann rill be distributed by mail from the offices of the board. In replying to a supplementary question from. John Diefenbaker .'P.C.. Lake Mr. MacKin- non said thas fee hoped the wheat participation certificates on the 1943-44 crop would be ready for the mail in June. Br JOSEPH C. GOODWIN TEHRAN, May is a place of fear and suspicion. Its people talk in whispers and have forgotten how to smile. For eight days I walked and rode through the narrow, winding streets of this ancient caravan centre of Azerbaijan province, where post- war opportunists have established autonomous rule. I never once toss the feeling that the people lived in terror. Stern, quet oing looks follow foreigners. Everyone is suspected of being a spy. Residents retire be- hind clay wails and the streets are silent after dark- Officials, except those a- the top, pointedly atcid speaking to Aaglo- Saxons. Unseen by neighbors, some whis- per thai 90 per cent of the popula- tion opposes the "foreign-sponsor- ed national other 10 per cent are armed.' A telegraph office porter to whom: I offered a small tip for carrying j a message to another part of the Prices On Choke live Cattle Rise Continue Operation on War Bask ,_________t CALGARY. May building dropped the, bill to the of the wholesale ceiling price oa red and blue brands of beef, an- OTTAWA, May stKiction Minister told the ES today the government door. To a trusted friend he ex- plained he was being watched by an "observer" of the democratic party. He said he was questioned hours about the incident and nounced by Ottawa, resulted in a. sharp increase in the price of choice live cattle at the Alberta stockyards this doming. For "the Srss tinse plans to keep the National Research Council operaiicg on tJbe same basis as dunsg tbe -rar. He spoke -while the house a resolution to a 'sail providing lor continuance of the committee of the privy council on industrial re- search and for appointment of since lass, summer the price hit the vice-presidents to the council- 13 cents per pound known "this foreigner. cons were officer, laugh fce said to the encouragement Mr.-BlaOonons said the. _ tion indicated A deienBinaUffln. to go oat and astet the situation -vbich arose after the discovery at atomic bomb. Be fete the council should be ed tc find a way la. -artiich the Canadians could produce oouid distributed among all toe people at Howard Green (P.C.. South; asked what ike government police was for spreading research work" across Canada so specific local problems could be studied. NO CONCENTRATION Mr. Howe said the war had piw- desirability ol apt conceo- was denied admission to an air- j offered. fieid to take a plane to Tehran. -1 D. A. McKeazse. Jafar Pishevari recognized Azerbaijan for what he the j dents" aad sa__ r, would be punished Charming Princess Elizabeth (By Eileen Asherof t in the Trans- atlantic London Daily Mail) "Ma'am to the world, on the King's instructions, bus still "Lim- to her family. Princess Efiiza- beth, just past her 20ih birthday. is becoming a frequent visitor to London's West End. Now that, she is undertaking more arduous public engagements she seeks every opportunity to es- cape from Palace routine with, a party of young friends to have an evening at a show, dining and dancing afterwards. everv new West End isii from DOUBLE DROWNING DEL3IAS, Sasfc, 3Iay BeansoUet, IS. and his brother VirsiL 22. of and Breslayor dis- tricts, last nJsht were victims of a double drowning tragedy in a dugout on a farm miles south of Bresaylor. Their six- ear-old sister said Harry ap- parently suffered cramps im- mediately after entering the water. rushed to his res- cue, but drowned in the attempt. the future Queen, sometimes in a She is Colonel-in-Chief of her own regiment of Guards. Her most frequent ornament is her regi- ment's badge in diamonds worn on her lapel. The Princess is not fond of sports, like tennis and golf, and shows no great aptitude for them. Riding is her hobby, and she is a good horse- woman and a judge of horseflesh. She takes a keen interest in her father's racing table, and is ex- pected to start one of her own. shortly. The Princess is much, more to Londoners than a glamorous per- sonality "doing the sights" of the he west. Verv liuJe Aiberta beef-: for expanses of scientificj services, has been sieving east during trie i He hoped fUarles provided for past or six weeks. i council staff wosld be suCtcieauy Removal of the wholesale ceiling i attractive so as to retain m Cacaca price is also expected to lead to even j the scientists being turned out. by j higher prices quality cattle I Canadian universities. coming within the red and blue LOSING BEST SCIENTISTS brackets, than those set as. this morning's BOOST RETAIL PRICE EDMONTON. May OiSCC-i f----------- ;he prairies aiafi cansaefa- given to estatffshing facilities as Hritsh. Cotum- ._ the Maritimes. Howe said conssderatioa given, to Mining coznnany. source of tile iiraniuia. under the coun- cil The bili would facilitate this coIdweJL C.CJ. leader. the appropriation in estimates lor the National Research. Council be increased, as the arer- Canada was losing some of her age salary ol annually for most brilliant scSeniists to Gmwd f scientists "was "ridiculously low." States and the United Kingdom- Howe said the The resolution also drew support, -substantial" revenue council had aside from ilit-UIC I jfr vilw small party with other gsrls and West End. They regard her with Guards officers as escorts, some- affection, and admiration. And times accompanied only by her sis- f there is no idle curiosity in their eyes as they crowd round her car and wave to her as she drives through the streets. Grain-Livestock-Stocks ter and a chaperon. Kestaurants. such as the Baga- telle and Quaglino's, have doubled business since the Princess began dancing to their rumba bands. These are in- formal. There is no Court super- vision. When the Princess was leaving "The Sleeping Beauty" ballet at Covent second her large, black limousine moved off. and an excited young man in evening dress pushed through the crowd shouting He was one of the party srrand- ed in the crowd, and the big car slowed down and took him aboard while the Princess roared with laughter. The cularly lovely ___ not seen her for some years, last time in bobby socks. the ceiling removed on blue and red from John Bracken, prcgressiie graded beef. Edmonton packing i Conservative leader. John Black- plants probably will increase :he i more Leth.hr.cge) and Phileas price of beef 10 their retailers by Cote said special meetings will be! held in Medicine Hat. Calgary, i Drumheilsr and the Crow's Nest! Thursday to discuss wage scales and a 44-hour week with the same take- home pay.. Recent disputes which resulted in j Calgarv, Drunjheller biitenders go- ing on strike during the week-end were on wage scales and -working hours and the barmen's demands in Calgary, DrumheUer. Medicine Hat and'Crow's Nest have been given the National War Labor Board for reconsideration. The. strik- ers went back to work-pending re- consideration by the May 21 the Arab desire for and economic and cultural equality! with all members of the United- Nations have become the 3rst prob- lem for ail Arabs. Dr. Cost! X. Zu-' ravk. charge d'affaires of the Syrian, legation at Washington, told the annual banquet gathering of the i Candian Arab Friendship League; last, night. j FATS FINE. COSTS, DAMAGES 1 EDMONTON. May 27. Charged with wilful damage as a result of breaking a window in a] shoe store at LeUihridge May 18. Arnold A. Schieler was fined 510 and costs and ordered to pay carnages J amounting- to 54.15 when he appear- i ed in city police court today. f Why Paradol PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all makes of washers and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances 3IATTAG SALES SERVICE St. S. All Calhotm Brnce Dorfee in my What a. comfort it is to know that you can always get qaai relief from headaches and other pains, so you have Pwaool as haadL It gives voa corSderce and and you need noi cuss whether of a business or social jawure. Parade! does not disappoint. 35cts. Economy size 51-00. Dr. Chase s PARADOL For Quick of Pain TORONTO MINES (By James Richardson aftd Sons) Open. Close Aumacue 87 Aunor ..............505 Bagamac 23 Beatue ..............125 B-EJi-S............. 99 Bid. Kirk............. 25 Bralorne i3'i Central Pat..........24o Con. West. Expl.......118 Chesterville .........2to Cosh. Wiilans........340 Dome 26 Donalda .............100 East Malartic .......201 East Sullivan 350 Falconbricge ........o23 Frobisher ............450 God's Lake 79 Giant Yeilowknife ----720 Hamcana 25 Hartirnck S3 177 _ 4s4 178 760 255 145 375 Hasaga Holunger Hudson Bay Kexr Addison Kirk. Lake Lamaqae...... Little Long Lac Leiich Macassa 15'r 19's 25 25 McLeotS-Cock.........240 2 Aiadsen R. L- .........375 29 33 ti 35 llalartic G. F. Jlclntyre McKenzie R. L. Jc'uet Quebec 245 32 45 85 510 28 127 97 28 13' 250 117 199 340 25 100 199 350 520 450 78 700 25 80 15 ISO 755 240 142 375 230 375 245 69' 115 7S SO 46 her friends manage to keep her suoolied with real silk stockings. Her escorts are manv and usual- Iv Guards officers, like Lieutenant Petherick and Lieutenant Neyiand. who have been included in her par- ties in the West End, at the Palace and at Windsor. But there is nothing serious in any of these friendships and no regular escort as yet. The Princess has never been in love and. being a young person with a mind of her own. will be certain to have some sav in ing her future consort, when the i ing here today. j time comes. i j The Princess' supper parties are I not costly. Her friends choose from the restaurant's ordinary menu and drink what wines are available. She pays her share from her week private allowance, which docs not make her so well off as IE sounds, for she has many on her generosity for chanty. no other place to go." stopped briefly in Calgary this morning- en route to Vancouver where they will sail at the end of the month for Japan. The five-ccach special tram car- ried men ranging in age from 20 i to 60 years, the majority of them' FALSE ALARM voung "men who were born in Can- ada and are making their first trip to the land of their ancestors. They wexe moved from British Columbia four years ago. and have been on work projects in Ontario since. SAYS TELEVISION READY itEGINA. May is technically ready and economic- ally feasible to he presented to the public. K. R. Swinton. manager, electronic division of the R.C A. Vic j tor Co, Ltd., Montreal, tald mem- bers of the Rotary Clab at a meet- DETROIT. May squad cars of armed police prowled northwest Detroit early today for a cageful of" circus. lions reported on the learned it was a false alarm. A watchman started the hunt when he noticed ajar on the lions' wagon. Showing Today and Tuesday Only HUMAN FROG In early experiments, frog skin was used "for human skin grafts. The joint houses of the Virginia Assembly recently passed a resolu- tion to affirm their freedom of the press the right to 3 toward lasting belief NO APPLICATION FILED IN K. J. MORGAN CASE CALGARV, May No j plication for writ of habeas corpus had been filed by noon, today in ths j case of R. J. Morgan, awaiting ex- j tradition to the United States as a first-degree murder convict from California. California police offi- i SLOAN'S 2 HITS TODAY ROUGH! it's Best! WALLACE BEERY in M-G-M't Tfct MMCAN WMJUUM j San Antonio SO Shemtt Gordon Siscos 78 IsiadenMal i Steep 335 Sullivan Noranda............ 67 !3 Csisko ...............122 Painour..............13} Paymaster Pickle Crow .........320 Powell Rouyn........ 95 Premier Gold........2OO E. D. 240 Trans-Continental Thonio. Lund........ 71': Upper" Can...........240 Wasa ..............i" Waite Amulet.......435 JWright-Har. .........470 Total sales shares. TORONTO AVERAGES AT CLOSE Industrials 203.14; up 1.63. Golds 12257; up .18. Base MetaLs 10306; up .84. Western GUIS 27.24; up .38. DOW JONES AVERAGES Dow Jones averages at close: 30 Industrials 2QS.43. up 1.74. 20 Railroads 65. up 0.26. 15 Utilities 43.23. off Sometimes Princess Elizabeth is the guest at supper parlies given by her friends. Princess Elizabeth has her own i flat in Windsor Castle, with duck- egg blue walls, and a spacious suite of rooms in Buckingham Palace. j Whfn she is 21 she will un- i doubtedly set un her own residence, i But being a member of a very j hanpy family, it will probably not be "far from the home of her par- I ents. The Princess' days are full of hard work. She must study poli- tics, statecraft, economics, mesas- try and languages. She speaks; fluent French. German and Italian and is now learning Afrikaans for her comin? visit to South Africa} with her parents. j Her social duties are heavy- She has named a battleship, opened hospital wings and inspected nu- merous depots. Service units, and! youth organizations. cials are wailing in. Calgary today i for an extradition order from Ot- tawa, and as soon as this is de- j livered they will leave with Morgan for California. The officials were i prepared to leave today. Good f Of TIRED MUSClfS JPUST PAT QN SABLE IT'S HERE GREEN CROSS D.D.T. 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