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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION Weather VOL. 142. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1946 10 PAGES Another U.S.Rail up Tie "Monsieur X" U.N. Chairman NEWARK, NJ.. May Hudson and Manhattan railroad, electric all-passenger line carrying persons daily between New York city and" northern New Jersey, was shut down at 5 a-m. today by a strike of trainmen and engi- neers. The strike was called, union leaders said, because the com- pany declined to accept Provi- sions of the settlement which ended the general country-wide railroad strike Saturday. The company, which contends it Is a rapid-transit inter-urban line, and not in the with railroads hauling freight, said it should not be bound by Washington decisions in the general railroad strike because it was not represented at the presidential conferences. ONE STRIKE ENDED PHILADELPHIA. May Settlement of the 15-day strike of 370 truck drivers employed by Pnil- adeiphia's three largess newspapers was "announced today by manage- ment and union spokesmen. The strike had halted deliveries i of three Evening Bui-; letin, Inouirer and normal daily circulation is 000. i The valkout caused a cut in size of all editions of the papers, with i some advertising eliminated. Radio j stations read the comics and in- j creased their daily schedule of news broadcasts. Management said the strike re- suited over a union demand for a paid half-hour lunch period. The new contract calls for higher wages. No U.N. Action On Siam's Plea NEW YORK, May complaint to the United Nations of "unjustified aggression" by French forces from Indo-China can obtain an early hearing before the security council, it was authorita- tively "stated today, in one of two 1. Any member of the UJC. may bring the situation to the attention of tie council, or 2. Siam as a non-member party to a dispute may force the matter before the council by making a formal charge against Prance and bv acepting in advance "the obli- gations" of Pacific settlement.'' Thus far the Bangkok govern- ment has asked only for U.N. as- sistance, sympathy and co-opera- tion in a cablegram circulated among the membership by Secre- tarv-general Trygve lie without recommendation for security coun- cil action. Meanwhile- the Iranian case, which has been lingering before the council ever since it began its de- liberations here last March, was further muddled last night by the announcement in Washington that Iranian Ambassador Hussein Ala had been instructed by his govern- ment to make no further state- ments before the council. The U-K. organizations, in recess today, resume operations to- morrow in meetings of the economic and social council and the security council's subcommittee on Spain. AFTER "REBELS" PARIS. May French communique said tonight French forces had entered Siamese terri- tory on a number of occasions in the last few weeks in pursuit of Annamese and Laotlen "rebels" who were marauding in Indo-China. Definite Plans To End Seamen Strike Labor Minuter Mitchell in Will Be Placed Before Larger Operators Probably Monday OTTAWA, May (C.P proposals for set- tlement of the lake strike of seamen will be placed before larger operators probably 3Ionday, Labor 3iinister Mitchell announced today in the commons. Meantime the union had agreed to allow members still on ships to' operate them until the discussions witn the operators have been completed, providing the opera- tors suspend attempts to man ships which now are tied up. ACCEPTANCE URGED i reference ;o the union's request for o' 50 csnts Effects Coal Settlement ALEXANDRE PARODI I Of France new French delegate to the United Nations' Security j council, who takes over reins ass _.uii._ president of the council when the chairmanship rotates, as it does. monthly. cupaiion of France, known as "Monsieur greatest figures of it ACCEPTANCE URGED -I am sure all Canada will join with me ia urging upon both parties acceptance of the plan of suspending action in connection with the strike and that such action should be im- plemented in ;ood faith in the interest of the Mr. Mitchell said. overtime rate o' oO csnts an hour after eight hours. They said, however, an eight-hour day would be put into effect immediately but asked assurance no further demands would be made in the 1946 naviga- tion season. The statement from the ship j Huge Paper Plant In B.C. Closed By Strike Lasting Shutdown Will Hit All B.C. Papers and 100 Others i INTERIOR SECRETARY KRUO owners referred to the strike as il- Mr. Mitchell reviewed the back- legal and said: situation has j oi the strike and confer- opened here Tuesday, it coes day aftej. -a general strike During the German oc- palled. "JR an effort to effect CH (TCI iii AH iiUi if j CHI Pared: was mea. He ,eferrec} to disturb- sels with the union men remaining j "fc :r X.' cne of the j resuHiEg from the strike. j in their services or with non-union j the. un- j 3 crews." "Reports Royal Canadian j crews.' in i Mounted Police would indicate thatf NOKONICSTONED 1 such disturbances as have occur- London called "Cos- j commands: approved revision of stands for "chief-of- t the Cossac pUn and rocommencifd _.. i staff to supreme Allied commander." ladontion of the revised to tuy of northern Ita.j. contwenval i Lord Montgomery writes that, this the combined chiefs-of-staff. I broadcasts reported. J EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS May Reuters.) Heavy earthquake shocks were ff'.t. eariv todaV in and Tann. Skunk's Misery Drives 'em Out SKUNKS MISERY. May exodus of ar.i- maJs. csjsccsallv wolves and foxes, has been reported from Skunk's Misery, dense Ken: county swampiar.d r.ear BottiwCil. with frequent or. poultry f Jocks being reported oj ICCA! Skunks are the only amrr.dls not participating jr. the migra- tions, beiieved caused by increas- ed animal populations within the swamp still largely unexplored. Wolves been trapped north of he.'c at while foses have been caught to the of Chatham. M May Nelson, though plavinc below form, maintained the upper hand over the BriUsh open champion. Dick Burton, in the second half of their -6-hoiC international challenge golf match today to win, 7 and 6. at the Winced Foot Golf club. KISE VICTORY AT INDIANAPOLIS INDIANAPOLIS. .MOTOR SPEEDWAY. May Robson. 56. LOS Angles, rc-istcred a surprise victory in the 3Ssi renewal of the 300-mile race at the Indianapolis speedway. Kobson's time for the 500 miles was four hours. 21 ramnies, seconds, an avcrase of 1U.S29 miles an hour. ILE OB FRANCE SAILING DELAYED TILL Jt'NE 21 May of the transport He de France oHsinally "scheduled to at HaUfax Jnne 9 with Canadian servicemen and 100 dependents, has been delayed until Jans 21 because of engine trouble. Some 5.iXHi of the stryicesnen transferred to the Aqnitania, docking at abont Jnne S, and the 1.100 dependents who were to have sailed on the Aquitania and the remaining 3.060 servicemen be accommodated as soon as possible, officials said. FRUIT SHIPMENTS THREATENED BY STRIKE VICTORIA. May of 5.000 tons of rasp- berries and strawberries in sulphur dioxide solution from the Fraser Valley u> Britain threatened by the sbortasre of more than 15.SS9 barrels. Trade Industry Minister Leslie H. Eyres said today. DOMINION LOAN TO ALBERTA EXTENDED OTTAWA, May Dominion Loan of SJ.44S.OOO to After ta has been extended for one j ear by an order in council tabled today. The loan, due to mature June 1, carries an interest rate of three per cent. SEAMEN'S STRIKE SPREADS TO FREIGHT HANDLERS PORT ARTHUR. May strike of Great Lakes seamen here spread to freight handlers today as 530 stevedores walked off the job at lakehead docks in protest 3-atnst the use of non-union crews on ships involved in the strfee. The action of the freisht handlers is "not a strike" as the men return to to unload any ship manned bar a union crew. Two other took action in sympathy with the strike of seamen to obtain an etsht- hour day. They were members of the International Brotherhood of Pulp. Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers at Fort William, ana the Elevator Workers' Union, JEWS PA PER I NEWSPAPER! ;