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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION WeatKer ftvvthw-rt AAerU T Fire s broke out in the home of Leslie E. Jr., spare-time hunter. Neighbor Eugene Hobnan rushed it with his garden hose. When fire- rner. arrived they found the fire, rearly out. All of White's shotgun 1 ano rifle he had 1.1CO i rounds stored in the I A Kill? exploded, and Holraan stood unmov- YV 1 1 JTl pd spraying among the flying bul- lets and shots. A H P A I I ill 1 The Left Hand Corner. Pouliot of Budget Goes Out the Chimney. (By The Canadian Press.) Talks were to resume at Ot- tawa tomorrow on the strike against inland snipping has tied up a large part of the lake fleets "and led to numerous violent incidents. The Canadian Seamen's Union started the strike Ma> 26 in a demand for an eight-hoar day. The ship operators contend they have already instituted an eight-hour day, but the union asserts the proposals do not provide a clear three- watch system. j At Winnipeg last night a com- i panv official announced that the i Great Lakes Lumber and Shipping Company has negotiated an agree- change perceptibly the percentage today. the Socialists' "courage, i steadfastness and i reaped the voters" blame for t I "the most exposed Mr. [Blum v.TOte in Le Populaire. I With returns still lacking for j 'some colonies, the standing among the major parties for the 552 seats in the constituent assembly was: Mouvement Republican Populaire. i 162. a gain of 12: Communists, 149.' a loss of 10: Socialists. 127. a loss j of 19. with losses and gains figured j on the October voting. The missing returns would not they; Is Russia Ready To Fight AP CORRESPONDENT SAYS "NO" IS ANSWER Edmonton Stores To Close June 10 EDMONTON'. June Edmonton stores and busi- nesses c-tccpt those specially cx- empSed will close nest Monday. June 10. It is beins observed as the Kind's birthday and has been declared a statutorv holi- day. j expressins support- Social Crecit- j ers contended crown companies 1 were unwise in peacetime. I Low. Social Credie leader, i said Mr. Howe's great ccntrioutipn dunes the war did not enntle hizn to "special privileges" after the war. The questian was whether the i government should be given power to set up any type of crown cor- they Vtshed and to finance it as they -aramed. j ?.ir. Low said he objected to a 1 bill which save such broad powers to the government. He had no; ob- to crown companies in -sar- time but the was was over and this was peace. ment. with the union accepting the of votes garnered by the parties principle of the eight-hour day. This j M.R.P. 23. Communists io. Social- company has inaugurated an eight- 1 hour day on its minimum terms, 21 Desp Bv SDOY GILMORE NEW YORK. June back in the United States after al- most five wars in Russia, a cor- respondent is struck and startled bv the questions he is afketi about the possibility of war with Russia. "Tell said a young man just. out of the armv. "should I go and their loss of position as j re-enlist and trv to get my old cap- j inxmivii rv-eniist anc vi. LU yet- uiu j said J. A. Macdonell, declaring that i France's largest party, the Com- tain's You've been liv- !it was adding only two men toisnun-'--- J- j each vessel agsinst the union's loje original demand of from five to' E1OR j seven additional men depending on the class of ship. Lake Ene was in the forefront THROUGHOUT Canada, Jean- TO MEET MITCHELL Francois PouHot is known as Tomorrow the Canadian Sea- Capt. E. Gow of a bombastic French Ca- men's Union riresidem, J. A. i Pat) Steamship Linss nadian lawyer wliose speeches make Sullivan, was "to ratet Labor Min- haven sent in a rush call lor more than those of any jster Mitchell and officers of the; Windsor police to quell a disturb- other parliamentarian. In Ottawa." labor department. Mr. Mitchell sasd 1 ancc aboard his vessel lied up at Newsweek Magazine says, he is that he meet representatives: Vftndsor. Police said they .four.d kr.own as the "Peck's bad boy" of the j of the owners also on Wednesday. a crew of youthful non-union men House oi Commons, the Tartar from The owners (lid not appear at Oi- had declared some sort of "mutiny" Outside the House, i tawa Mondav when a meeting had and were wrecking the ship's galley the magazine goes on to say. he been planned by Mr. Mitchell, and J and other parts of the structure. hasn't an enemy: he is quiet, gen- this led to a declaration ty Sullivan j while a few hundred yards awaj tie. courtly, and" charming. Inside.; that the owners had "publicly de- on snore pickets were discussjR; he has scarcely a single crony, t tied" the government. ways and means of removing the Fner-d and foe alike fear his abu- j Labor Minister Mitchell told par- sive. vindictive v.isc-cracking, his un- liament yesterday, however, that he POLICE REMOVE CREW predictable verual tirades. Liberal would meet representatives of the; The police removed the crew partv whips found only one owners on Wednesday, and he said about midnight and escorted them formula to handle him: Leave him he was "hopeful" that a common- through the picket iines. alone. sense solution for the strike wouiti Across the river at Detroit the In Tcmiscouata, Que.. whose vet- be found. ers haie elected Pouliot to Par- REPORTS CONFLICT liament six times since 1924, he is j Charles R. Donovan known as the Riviere-du-Loup boy (the Dominion Marine whose great-grandfather, grand- father, and father were legislators before him; who lias written tomes increased their popular total and interpreted the elec- zs a victory for them against the anti-Communist campaign which preceded the voting. The victorious M.R.P. party re- whether it. wouid ing in Russia a long time. Aren't they about, ready to fighi You get similar questions from almost evervone. If five vcars in a country means anything, if lengthy conver- sations with diplomatic persons in j of the picture late last night with majnej3 silent _ _ __ _______ i incidents at Detroit and Windsor. Demand me presidency of the gov- Moscow who have with Rus- the Canaca' jor most outstanding sian leaders have their worth, if, coaiship Coal- if they were not they have never been a people who liked or wanted wars. Russia's air force is nothing like on par with :hat of the British em- pire or of the XJmted States. Russia's navy cannot be con- sidered in the same paragraph with those of her aliies. Russia's leaders arc desperately anxious to get their plans into operation. Russians look upon peace something akin :o accrar.on and worship. WHY TALK OF WAR? Then -why aH this talk of war here and in Britain? A Urge part of it. as I have my Russian friends, is due 'i ele-j ion "tha ct- -oirip i-sicc mf resuu., ire.igiren snrc there's a face on the Kremlin clock and Joseph SUlin has a mustache the Kus- sjans do no{ want w any, body. In addition to the Russian peo- In addition to the Russian peo- sec "ajs resuu., ire.igiren i Jg arjd Jeaders nol wanting war; Ru a ia economic anv to be i hat ar-a LIUKK. biases, j -Ktlc Un-.teci States- oaitea maintained or the follow ins: factors arc arc ana spokesman for many of the! by strike pickets for some days. I uror.gesi in Fr.mce operators, at Montreal last night j Last night the Noronic moved away of ihe Communists. e at the expense he numbers prominent persons tries are sal: that they are against and treatt-d ?.s citizens of the world, and that while the U.S.A. and wan: their security, they the loudest her. Russia tries to down the ches on htr own, On the other hand, the arc arc just as cor.vK.ced that the j Amencan arid British :hav K the broad masses of wan! in her friendship with the and are many friendly toward the US.S.R., and _______ ______ ____ ____ estimated between -SO ana 50 ves- from her dock on advice of officials in French and English on Que- sels were fully manned and operat- of C.S.D. and of the American bee's cixil and church law; and 1 ing on the Great Lakes. In con-' National Maritime Union WIIOSP lone-handed filibusters wrung trast. the union strike headquarters j The American union officials were a new railway station for Riviere- at Toronto asserted less than ten said to have informed the captain CONGRESS OPENS THE LEFT HAND (Continued on Page Four.) TORONTO. June tps from throughout. Canada have vessels were moving with full crews, j that United States unionists would arrived here to attend the second The union listed six more vessels join in a mass picket against the Ukrainian-Canadian Congress which tied up by the strike Monday. 'ship if she remained at Detroit. i opens today. men and women, a large amount of this goes for Canada, too. machinery and livestock. j There were several verbal broad- sides against Prime Minister Mac- kenzie King at one time this year. Russia's coal, iron and electrical industries are badly crippled al- though coming back fast. Russia, so persons who are formed on the subject say, is far ously. behind the United States and i Britain In atomic research. and his pos- Russia's people are tired and even sible but informed persons in the Rus- in- sian capita! never took them seri- NEWS BULLETINS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF INTERNATIONAL BANK WASHINGTON. Jane Meyer, editor and pnb- lisher of the U'ashinzton Post, today -was elected president tfae SS-powcr International Bank. HUNGER STRIKER GROWING WEAKER BELFAST. June from Crumlin Road prison announced today that David hnnger-strikins: IrSsh Kcpablican Vrmy leader, had ;roo-n "rCry weak" daring the last 24 FTcmin-'has for 73 of the 77 days. SMASH GER.M.VX UNDERGROUND HERFORD. Jane security police have smashed a. new tjpc of German underground movement and arrevted 35 nf its leaden., most of them former Hitler Youth leaders. The nas forzacd to act against British ocenpation forces and to >pread nnrcsw SLOAN'S REPORT TERMED "VERY F.VIR- OTTAW.V June Minister Mitcnen said today in the commons thai he hoped the companies and union concerned in the >triKe in British Columbia -would "have the good sense to accept the very fair report" of Justice Gordon Sloan, conciliator apooinlrd to trin? about settlement of the two-week-old dispute. STETTINIUS' DEPUTY TAKES OVER OX V-N'. NEW YORK. June R. Stettinins. Jr.. today tnrncd over the job of chief United Spates representative to the Vnited to Herschcl V. Johnson, who had served as hi> deputy. Mr. SteUinius' rCNS-n-ition -was accepted yesterday by Prcs. Truman. APPEAL FILED ON BEHALF OF MAZERALL TORONTO. June appeal was filed iodaj at the Ontario court of appeal at on behalf of Edward Mazerall his conviction and sentence of four years in peni- tentiary on opionasje charges. WRITS FOR ELECTIONS TO BE ISSUED OTTAWA, June Gaspard Fauteux said Tues- day in the commons he has ordered the issuance of warrants for Trrits for new elections in the constituencies of Pontiac in jQnebec and Portage La Prairie :n Vacancies the .iStess created through the deaths of W. R. McDonald (U, Pontiac) and Harry Leader (L, Portage La NEWSPAPER! ;