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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE Make No Profit On Wheat Sent U.K. From Canada LONDON. May Koae ofilie toss of wheat which it is proposed 10 take Irora the British suoply pipeline for others under an agreement with the Ucited States, has yet been bought or sold. Food "Minister John Strachey told the House of Com- mons. Sir Waldroa Siaiihers, Coaserva- tiie member for Qrpmgion, had asked -a hat proportion of the wheat was bought in Canada at a spaced price of seven shillings e'ghtpence a bushel) when world price was about 11 shillings. In a supplementary question. Sir Waldron asked if the minister could give assurance that the Batisn emnient was making no profit on wheat sent 10 the United Kingdom bv Canada as a reduced price. Mr. Strachey said no Canadian wheat had bee'n sent to Use United Kingdom for the ourpcse men- tioned by Sir Walciron and there- fore there was no possibility of profit. Tossed Alive Into Nazi Crematorium WTJPPERTAL Germany, May 30 kilUr.g of four British and Rrench servicemen by drugging and burning them alive in the Slru- hof Xatzweiler concentration camp was described at a war crimes trial as "baroaruy -without parallel in hssTOrv." Nine menrbers of the camp staff were accused of doing away with women, all British WAAJP. and Farst Aid Nursing Yeomanry of- ficers, sho had parachuted into vrance to assist Bnush liaison of- ficers with the French resistance movement. According to evidence, the wo- men were captured and taken to the camp where thev were told they would be inoculated against typhus. The injection put them in a stupor after which they were thrown alive into a crematorium. Montgomery Has Praise For Press LONDON, May O5 Marshal Viscount Montgomery told a newspaper press fund dinner here last night that democracy needs a free and truthful press for "provid- ing tte public with the news in the shortest possible time." "I am sure that none of us vrouid wish to see either a controlled press or the elimination of free journ- alistic said Lord Mont- gomery, who becomes chief of the imperial general staff next month. The British military leader said that during the war there had never come to his notice a single example of a war correspondent attempting to dispafch news which would have endangered security or lost lives. Flasr Decision Up To Sub-Committee OTTAWA. May par- fiag committee has left the next ken in choosing a distinc- tive national flag design to a sub- committee of nine who will report a recommendation in mid-June. This decision was reached at a session Wednesday where disagree- ment was expressed on a compro- mise, where Jean Francois Pouhot IL.. Temiscouaia) suggested the Union Jack be retained as the Em- pire flag with a distinctive Canadian design as thf national fiag. and where Rev. K. G. Hansell ear said that Western Canada's 1946 grain crops hang in tfee balance at the present Not since the drought years ol the 1930's has the crop depended so much oa immediate generous rains." Rains since midnight ol May 28 had brought rebel to many areas m Alberta and Saskatchewan, but over most of these provinces pre- cipitation was insufficient, to re- plenish deficient supplies. The Canadian Association ol Broadcasters in annual convention ai Quebec urged establishment ol "a new and impartial body" to regulate operation of aJl Canadian broadcasting stations." C. A. Pettapiece of Regina. elected president of the Canadian j Federation of she Blind at the fed- eration's Dominion conference in Montreal. Some worth of furs were sold in Regina Monday to buyers from New York. Montreal and Win- nipeg, in the largest sale yet. made by the Saskatchewan government fur marketing service. Three small Winnipeg boys who set lire to a celluloid doll caused a little more damage than they had bargained for. The blaze got out of control ignited a nearby fence spread to a garase and from there to two houses. Damage was esti- mated at The boys were un- harmed. Army officials said at Los Alamos. NJM.. the condition of Dr. Louis Sloun. 36-year-old Winnipeg scien- tist, expcsed to radiation last week in the Los Aismos atomic bomb laboratory, is serious. Samuel J. Zacks of Toronto, pres- ident of the Zionist organization in Canada and head of the United Zionist Committee in the Domin- ion, said in an interview at Edmon- ton that democracy was on tnal in doubt the movement of 100.000 Jew- ish refugees from "camps in Europe to Palestine would be arranged. Arthur Heavener of Vancouver, jmrested in Edmonton May 20 on a charge of attempting to rob an znoKtoa service station, was sen-' tenced to nine imprison- ment with hard labor. Chevier told a meeting ol the "Wo- men's Canadian club at Cornwall, Oat. Agriculture Minister told a delegation representing Ontario nullc producers that present re- turns to concentrated rciii produc- ers will remain in effect until March 31, of termination of the British go-, em- conference will be Oil Extraction Plant Is Razed NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.. May The Edmonton Schoolboys' Band will attend the diamond jubilee celebration in Vancouver July 1-13. E. Govan of Winnipeg, secretary- treasurer of Western Grocers. Lim- ited, told delegates at the conven- tion of the Saskatchewan Retail Merchants" Association in Begins that a merchant is a public ser- vant, in a very real sense and "mas: do everything in las power to please the customer." Dr- Robert New-en, president ol the University of Aiberta. will be Institute of plant built to experiment in extraction of gas and oil from northern Albena tar sands de- stroyed by fire last night with dam- age at o5 which was said to be in equip- __ ment. -MO The plant, operated bv R. W. AUoiment partially cdvered by totaling gross registered. J tons to the 18 countries of tfce inter- lfce not de- Allied reparations agency as an-' nouticed in a communique at Brus-1 sels. The S.S, Europa, used by the'. United States as a troopship siccei last September, went to Prance. j Transport Minister Alfred Barnes, announced in London Brrish rail- j road passenger faies would be in-' BRITISH MJT.'s WILL GET SALARY BOOST lO AtOITUC LONDOK, May The house of commons last night voted io increase mem- bers' salaries from pres- ent annually to Prime Mirisier Clement Attlee a year> and other members of the cabines will continue to re- ceive their present salary. The increase will cost 000 a year. The firsi of aiera- foers' salaries will be ted as expenses, frse Iron: income tax. Saskatchewan Facing Drought REGINA. ila? will be faced witlr an drought this year unless consider- able rain falls within, tae tutoA three weeks. Agriculture Minister I. C. Hcllets. said today. Tae crop looks decidedly poor la j the southern part of the oat rainfall Is needed in an Mr. NoBett said in an mterrfear oa his return from a tour cf agrical- tural inspection. "If we have a drought problem of farm subsidies w21 fee said. AUCKLAND. May (C.P. creased by per cent and freign; 1 Air Chief Marsfial rates by per cent eSective July j Pars today forecast that me Prices 1 Canada's Coal Output Higher Prime Minister Mackenzie aircraft earner is In Calgary Shops naval answer to the awsuc bomb- King Ssr Keith, former air officer com- CALGARY. May S7 attended a at_ the Royal i in Southeast Asia prices for top grace beef __, .._ -._ v "SA1ADA NOW PLAYING 2nd TOP HIT ALEXIS SMflH fiREENSIREET one of three Canadian scientists going to London in June lor a British Commonwealth sci- ence conference. Four Victoria merchants. George Straith. Cecil Fletcher, men's wear. John Yee ijows and Lun Dun Bowe have been siinatmoned to ap- pear in police court Friday in con- nection with violation of prices board regulations. in Chatham International ASairs Cornnaand. tne proposed car- goce tip in Calgary as a re- rJouse. London, where ners would surface, release their Jsuls of the bocst, in the wholesale OTTAWA, May firfgist spot to tie gloomy fuel supply psc- ture for cast winter vas reported. by the Dominion bureau of statU- uis whicii released figures shoyigg Churchill unveiled a bronze of Lord Cecil. eethcg pnce for red and blue label f ra.'rt Declares Truman "Cemented" Labor planes and resubmerge. The next war would be derastat- beef, local dealers said ing !sat sis days, not Most retailers been production 84 per cess sn March six years. NEW TORK. May F. Whitney, president of tne Brotner- hood of Railway Trainmen, said that President Truman's action in A budget deficit of nearlyJfi.000.- Hart told __. _________ _._____ Trade, was a prime factor in British i fore." Columbia's Inability to accept the j Mr. Whitney told a CIO -spon- Dorninion goiernment offer of a Truman Promises Continue Fight WASHINGTON. May in habsi of beef cuts a or two fellow retail ceiling prices, i i; was stated. One dealer said he f Q-a- ised for the 5rst four: 'ZZ i of the year and exports of ccal were lower, wiule 2m- ,_ ports increased. Coal raised tnsxs. had beers selling oclv the setter beef i ducr.on :o almost all" cus of beef. 293 a year ago. far as could be learned. aS re- ducron aggregaied quarter pro- -JOBS President Truman turned on critics' tailers have r.ow pu: their prices 1 against 4.566JS3 la. the similar pe- _...... i of rus recent labor policy Jjss mgat up to the top figure allowed. of the current ear, Premier labor closer together in these Unit-; with an assertion that he would Id the Beard of' States than it has ever been be-" continue :o fight "for the of the individual" and "the best wei- 1 IST CHOICE Of OPERATORS Dominion Royal Fleetway Tires are now builf wHh new "High Tenacity" Rayon Ccrds which guard against tread and ply separation and greatly increase truck tire life. For tough haulage long, dependable operation and lowest cost per mile choose Dominion Royal Fleetway: J. A. JARDIME'S ME SUPPLY 402 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 3580 We Carry a Full Line of Tractor Tires Complete Tire Service NEWSPAPER! capita subsidy corporation taxes duties. Asssociaied Temperance Forces of Alberta wUl divide Alberta into sored open air rally that the rail- way labor act "hamstrings" those succession who come under its provisions and declared that the railroads were taken over during the strike "be- cause the railroad barons knew lieu fcf income. arid that they could not the rail- j fare. fare of the country.' Speaking at commencement exer- cises at George Washington Gniver- sity. the president said, "sometimes we have emergencies to meet." and j they have been met jn tne way that j seems best, for the country's wel-1 SHOWING TODAY TILL SAT. rtgioss of about 25 towns and vil- way workers and that uiey had to CUITICAI. OF TROIAX lages and surrounding districts for, more efficient organization. Keystone Fisheries, Limited, of Winnipeg and G. F. Jonassoa. man- aging director, were lined a total of in provincial police court for evasion of income and excess war profits taxes. Canadian merchant, ships are be- ing equipped with radar "as rapid- ly as possible." Transport Minister have the assistance of ment." LUMBER STOCKS DWINDLING EDMONTON, May of lumber in local yards are fast dwindling because of the British Co- lumbia loggers" strikes, bui so far no building activity has oeen stop- he govern- j Henry Morgenthaa. Jr., former! secretary of the treasury, declared i President Truman -has the Roosevelt and the Roosevelt policy" and for that rea- son the U-3. is "in a state of today." Mr. Morgenthau suggested the voters "cleanse" the house of rep- pec through lack of materials, a' resentatives of "many of the men. survey showed. Plywood was in who made such a disgraceful spec-I. particularly short supply in Edmon- Grain-Livestock-Stocks tacle of themselves las; Saturday." i The house Saturday overwhelmingly passed the president's strike control legislation which Mr. Morgenthau called and ursdeaiocra-1 uc.' GRAIN PRICES Grain Prices WINNIPEG. May Early losses of as high as four cents were erased as the rye futures trading session proceeded on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Offerings dried up and buying for local and American account came into the market. Early declines were prompt- ed oa selling due to rains" in Al- berta. Trading was inclined to be spasmodic. At the close prices were un- changed to 4 higher with Mar at 5261; July Oct. Dec. S2.18-U to The United Kingdom took bushels of wheat. CASH PRICES All grades unchanged 51 u. 2 C.W. Screenings, 512.50. LIVESTOCK Calyary Lirestocfc CALGARY. May receipts being cleaned up at steady prices. Wednesday's receipts: 569 cattle, two calves. 329 hogs. This morn- ing's receipts: 121 cattle, three calves. 191 hogs. Hogs sold Wednesday at for A's. Sows 513.25. Good to butcher steers S12.25 to S13. Good to choice butch- er heifers Sll 50 to 31230. Good to choice fed calves S12 to S13. Good cows to S10. Can- ners and cutters 55 to S7.25. Spring lambs S14 to I7.S. MARKET HOLIDAY NEW TORK. May security and com- modity markets m the United States were closed tocav in observance of Memorial day. Markets in Canada and Bn- ta'.n were open as usuaL Toronto Livestock TORONTO, May sales on the livestock market early today were too few to establish prices. Veal calves 20 of 60-j ear-old Mrs. Harry Herman Medical evidence showed Mrs Herman received sis head rounds. CANADIAN STOCKS (Bv James Richardson and Sons) Ooen Close Abitibi.......... Bell TeL........ 212 213 B-A, Oil.......... 28 28U C. and D. Sugar 24'i 25_ Can. Malt......... SO Can. 26-- 27 Ind. Alcohol...... 25's 24-4. C.P.R........... 21 21T that the htMe one soon Chesterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and detnothed on or off the premises. Ready for use in six hours. COLOR-BRITE CLEANERS Phone 2569 Night or Day Now! FLY-DED Kills Flies for Weeks! Baby's Tablets "btea the ca-eful for over -SO In- expensive, swect-tastanff eiTective and aJws-s re'iable. EasiK c-rwhed to powcer. if desired. No stnT ao daJiine efftcl. Get a. packasc of Tablet? tcxiay have XTCTR on ba-d to aod PROLONGED Now a feature of this Leading insecticide As always, FLY-DED kills flies and mosquitoes quickly, on contact with the spray. As a "knock- 3. down" spray it is unsurpassed. But now, in addition: sJ- Popular FLY-DED has an extra, added feature... DDT. This sensational new ingredient keeps an killing flies arid mosquitoes for weeks after a prop- erly apphed spraying- The DDT ingredient caa remain on walls, ceilings, floors, doosr jambs and kill flies and mosquitoes that rest on these places. Yet this DDT residue is stainless and "DOUBLE DOOM" Household Insect ?ests Use FLY-DED to rid the tiousc of and CK ROACH-DED to kill roaches. MOTH-DED to kill clothes-moths. All three have a pleasant odor as fresh as a breath of spring. Youll be amared at the added com- fort and freedom froaa household insect pests you'll enjoy, bv using trtcse moderti DDT insecticides. For best results, fol- the container careniiiy. FLY-DED ROACH-DED MOTH-DED MADE WITH DDT McCREADY'S DRUG STORE NOW ON SALE AT LEADING STORES 3rd Ave. S. Lethbridge BOYLE-MIDWAY (CANADA) LIMITED-TORONTO ;