would function in somewhat the manner Supreme Headquarters did during the war except, being civilian and In peacetime, it probably would not have the same absolute authority. of defence wa* based on the principle ttu»t Western Europe would be a third balunce force between the United State* and the Communist world. The new concept Ls that there can be no third force, only a single Western defence against Russia. Lightning- fast Blue Streak twin shaving heads handle the toughest heard quickly and easily . 9^ _ap wirro HOta ■hakes free from GRANDE BAROQUE “The United Notions official de- clined to comment on hot night s interview with Premier 8ta Un. *1* again madr a ■worn allegation th* brwl* aecretly countermanded hi public “back -to- work" order In re ■ponaa to a court Injunction las February.
Ah other dona 1 loos win be pooled In the Mayor's Fund and forwarded. known as Uie "tires l Chief,’ who died al 107 year*. Hospital at HMC8 Naden, where he has been recovering for p from operation for per fora led ulcer. Mr Phmof) suitcase prior to catching afternocm boat to Vs/v North where he will rejoin hw at up M (4 • 4 Tfc# Ks KZr0 Afh^rl & • • || mm If .. The council recently rejected a conciliation lwi*rd recommenda- tion that salaries of IB employees be raised from S3 to |2I monthly, and that the M.
Inaugurated here b Mayor Percy F Oe»irge, the fund drew immediate n*ulllrd 54 . "God gwve us UUs great heritage of nature,” he once said, aud on his deathbed he made hi* son and th* latter* counsellor* pledge that they would never sign a treaty with the white man. Television Theatres TH** at 1 Irtorla Psdr 11 •till’ Tancowrer l*land New* There are Barrow regs George Mala: dr Is. Malandru arrived April to when lie war r hta ship at *es by de*tnvrr ft. 4* a e Vlh(««ngr «• at ' 1 torn* •a M _ a* gj ff'V# Ptd^vfl rt Rr# fs#R House Committee NYLON SPECIAL 1 Commons Page 2 —Telegraph continued shades Defence Measure Sun 8 i to Regular $ ’ 3^ Continue hi Russia Victoria, (The Uailu (Tolonifit Jlc BUons of tt* legu- enltaied In the army But there aw elofe u j no ain Uler provision In the remodel* 1 »MI ' , ' S, N | Hf pt Ud u number felt that mister cuutuin »a! m|t of 30.000 men was not ■ dor*, but the cm- ^ h he wo U ld be in favor of en- not go Into the quea- ^rjinf to as much aa 75.000 But re csjf Xl aa bad been ^j ic u nutation should be laid down ie week* u«o by Oppo- ^ the nem * c t. May 16 Vladimir Houdrk resigned today a* Crrcho-Slovak delegate to the United Nations, aevered all Ues with his Communist-dominated homeland and appealed to President Truman for asylum In the United State*.
That pledge was kept '(he treaty was signed Representing the Indians in the Marine New* menace u» Oddities Rodin Program ....... r » II would have to MV Rh HAH rule* of the House : the prize money to*. Lethbn^ ; Straight l |32 — Night (In the Cathay Hotel Building) LAKE SUCCESS. He also sent a cable to Prtma j Minister Stalin warning that It Is | impossible in the long run to force . Houdrk said in hi* telegram to President Truman that one reason I he null was to protest harassment of American diplomats by Czecho- slovakia. May 16 il N8».- j John L I« Irtlial Ml •( IMM *r»l wm r.i 1*1 r«ur o»b ii»bi A.
The 38-year-old diplomat told re- l porter* he has no money and ha* I mode no plana for the future He said he would have tfl_»ve his 1 present home since the rent Is paid Your heard really tough/ Get closer, easier shaving with a Remington. Choose from • four models — prices Irom $19-95 to $25.
A 24 -hour patrol of all the sand- bag barricades war, ordered. today the river had risen again to 30.2 feet, and was still at that level an hour past midnight. There was a fractional rise at Emerson, but farther south at Fargo. there was a IFI-foot reduction In the river - level— a promising sign for all the Canadian valley.
A light drltrle was fall- ing over Winnipeg and Ught rain was predicted for llic whole Red River Valley. Morton, the army flood controller, also cautioned against false optimum. Last night Brig Morton said that "tragedy of further low of property or life Is *1111 quite possible." De- spite that and miuiy similar warn- ings from his control headquarters, the pare of voluntary evacuation of the city slowed, Headquarters sold about B.500 persons left yesterday by rail, plane, bus and car to boost the total ol evacuees close to the eo. — Premier Tito's Government today reported Soviet lank move- ments in Bulgaria, pon- toon hridi'itit’ on the Dan- ube and airfield ronslruo lion Alone Yugoslavia's frontiers. Russia dr**: Rusal* may fed ready for war by farther sway from ihe West through 1952. bridge in i De Kettle Valley which cut rad communication at the week-end, Mr. Brat* Voyage Berm* Braden Commentary and Winnipeg Flood Newa | Jimmy Shields Music by Maggte M uu gins I Rendeyyout Room rtendeivou* Room S uestlon Bo* armony. Conduct* | The fever and I the Glory The Fever and I lit# Qtory News C.rorge Woodcoek Piano Pta Vbouse Plano Ptavbnusi I Ofley Farm Orlej Farm New conrftt Oreh Orchestra, News Mr Cltatnelynn Mr Chameleon Beulah Club "li'' Piry-Star Final Night Filt'iic hasp ‘n HI. VB AT (he finis' Jubt'ee Hoyp Ha L Homrsleadcra' Orchesira Admission itw -ciwmatlon In '*•* 0*4 Ivru.a Uirtum vtetori* on May ! HVt Gerard A E _ - : — .-= 1 1 red of "Quails." Mnunl Nr* in ! e*pertrnc»d he p by the hour ot cay Otli Departme Pi*. Birthday Party • IMj | T^ri Pa Merp Nra* and Music 6 lib teleceas Datl). i Tht Big Three Foreign Mlntoier* Job u u an A0rtrlcwi Tlew im were reported agreed tonight that ^ ^ month*. The late Commander Miller aaa predc teased bv hta wife. ' Ilrurt, ait School Broad.' ast Musical Program A Oood Wife Comty. Bride and Groom Hanni bal Cobb Pics a Dale | Pick a Date Pick a Date Pick a Date KJR Preterite KJR Presents Woman s Page 1 Airy Notes Challenge of Yukon Challenve of Yukon Java Armstrong Jack Armstrong New* Kdaln C i UII Top Prten Top Beven I The Lme Ranger I The L*ne Ranger Winnipeg Flood News Lowell Thomas Conducts Jack 8ml' h t'aiii Bchertnan Dr Cbrl*iis» Conduct* Dr Christian Conduct* 1 Paul Srhertnan ! day or evening U avino moun LE orrri No help for hnuteaura, cleauliig F Then Ihe Mndero _Mi'd« Modern equipment. A E * Fidrt ll.’fki'MI*' Ten funeral *-,*'•'* Wrr )9kb a' 1 14 | "i in .! The sentences brought the total to 97 alxiee April 28 Mr. the special committee charged with the task of working out some permanent long-term solution to this knotty problem of recurrent waves of vio- lence, will have Its first meeting Sat- urday. Norman Mac Kenxle, president of the University of British Columbia. While Show Bob White Hhow Bob While Show I News and Hits Call Empire 4111 for Colonist Classified 17 SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE I » LOUGH INa^Dia CIKO o a ITde ITs! Attorney -General Oordun 8, W la- mer said i Mt night he ha* Asked for ? Police Commissioner John tthirras, head of a special committee which Investigated recent Soria of Freedom uprising*. Yesterday In Nelson, thirty -six Smu of Freedom Doukhobora were sentenced to three years In prison for nude parading. Ulgh Adven ture I The Bi* Htory The Hi* BUirv Ilantertius Arsignmenl Dr. Bob lna Bob * Inn Neit and Pt-'k HUa Pica Ihe HUa ft«ng* of Our Ttma ITms Oul Rewa Do". ub Calendar Hilda Browne OR the Record OR th e Record 1 K«w* Ofl the Record OR 'hr Herod OR the He m id | Mark Trail I Mark T i all I Superman I Kenny Baker I N r * and Talks Bob White fthow Onti W hite Show Don W hite filiow | New* Dirk Havme* Hsedy Family I H ardy Family •- New* Cecil Sm'IIv Treasure Trail Treasure Trail | Hues Morgan Show liti M Morgan Show Fun Parade • Fun Parade j New* Dream Weaver C'lure nf Day , I Hews f'li W aid • I Doghnury Doghoii*# I t JC'gh OUM 18 h ITl ATIONS WANTED FEMALE i * i HOUBSCl 1 1 * « lean-up, ka»hli,g it li and Geahinf wallpaper B 6014. and aeek-ebda In tyaisurani or do- mestic o 3*36 l •. H Vi- da - aerk preferred Contldei part- time B 3911 But 6 453. four or five hours, Mon- day til) Saturday, or Would board workl, g moihr • ano chlid lu u*n home piui.a G 97311, * * ll 1 ; l n lake senvi CE — Espentucerl S ■ i antera B 5074. LEGP 1 1 I R L DMIREB BUMMEJ4 V efn i.lrvuir n I In VI. un 17 SITUATIONS WANTED — MALE 17 SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE I „ Chspe nesdai af ll am Inter [ JJQOAAB DANCE A® t OD LEAH '• " " ■ " k.t It* * 'I* 1* lie'll H*-»afl * 1|irnt (n r... This concept links Western Europe and the Western hemisphere In one camp The plans place the main em- phasis on building up Europe while holding ground In Asm.