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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WeaiKer LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1946 14 PAGES IANT ON DEATH DUTIES of Soviet U.S. Clash Over Policy HITLER'S LICENSE a Illegal Annies Be Dis- j banded Says j Premier Attlee JERUSALEM, Mar Arab higher com- mittee today decided to call a country-wide Arab central strike for Friday in orotest against the Anglo-American report on the future of Palestine." The committee has cabled neighboring Arab states appeal- ins them to declare -srmpa- thr strikes" on the same day. ATTLEE'S REPORT LONDON. May (C-P.) Prime Minister Attlee told the house of commons today that large numbers of migrant Jem cannot be admitted to Palestine illegal armies have been disbanded and surrender their arms." The Anglo-American commis- sion's report on Palestine, made public last night, recommended the admission of Jews as soon as possible. "The practical difficulties involved in the immediate absorption of so larae a number of immigrauts would obviously be very Mr. Att- lee said. The present policy, outlined by the British government's 1939 white paper, permits tfie entry of about Jewish immigrants annually, although hundreds" of others at- tempt to slip into the country with- out immigration certificates. QUERY IGNITED STATES war, the trie DnSr f Russian Request for Day Recess is Turned Down Bv JOSEPH DBGNAN PARIS. May So- viet Fc-reisn Minister Vyache- slav M. Molotov, and State Sec- retary Byrnes of the United States clashed on the question of the future Allied control of Italy today as the foreign min- isters' council turned thumbs down on Austria's plea for re- turn of the Southern Tyrol bv Italy. A Qualified conference source said the Soviet minister sharply opposed Mr. Byrnes' proposal for a single general commission to supervise the carrying out tbe Italian treaty provisions on the ground that it wonld be an in- fringement of Italian sover- eignty. Mr. Byrnes was said to have re- torted it was no more of an in-. fringemeni than the treaty itself.: M. Molotov reversed the Soviet policy followed at las: September's; council meeting at which the Rus-: sians voted with their colleagues i to set up only military control com- missions. NO COMMISSION At this morning's session, over which he presided. M. Molotov came out in favor of no commission a: Refuses Plea Of Provinces 1 Finance Minister Puts it Up to to Accept or Let Conference Break Up in Succession Duties Are Necessary in Income Tax Collection The original marriage license ap- olicaiion. signed by Adolph Hitler and Eva Braun. is placed in the j ir D.C.. where it will be displayed to the public. along with Varkms other documents executed by FiUer during the lass days of his life. Mr. Attlee said the government all. wished to learn to what extent the j xhe ministers were discussing the government of the United States j last ot 11 points of disagreement would be prepared to share mili- j OVer the Italian treaty, tary and financial responsibilities i xhe foreign ministers yesterday implied in the execution of the re- _ port. "The report must be considered as a whole, in an its implications. "Its execution would email very heavy, immediate and long-term RECOMMEND (Continued on Page Two.) court .o sas 2 judge a what your onlv I don't lot un- ir posi- es con- to do wer? luntry's t as an corable ase in- vears' Racial Origin Is Debated Bill OTTAWA, Mar com- mons today was scheduled to pro- ceed with detailed consideration of the government's citizenship bill after it slowed down yesterday on a clause-by-clause consideration. After the commons adjourned I last nicht it still had before it an amendment by Donald Fleming (P.C.. Toronto-Eglington) which proposed reduction of tee qualifi- cation period for citizenship by scheduled twice-a-day sessions to cope with the increasing number of problems facing them. Mr. Mo- lotov was voted down on a proposal that the ministers recess May Day and an important holiday in the Russian calendar. FEAR OF GERMANY By JOHN M- KIGKTOWER WASHINGTON. May Four paralyzing fears that Germany would again become a great war- j making power-were blamed by Unit- 1 ed States officials for retarding re- Utam of real peace to Europe, i were gjvert as among the i basic, inside reasons why Secretary i of States Byrnes proposed his 25- i year. Big-Four agreement for the I control of Germany at rhe Paris J foreign ministers conferenee Mon- i dav. MeyerComes To Canada If the Conference Breaks Up OTTAWA. May What happen 5f the Dmnintei- Provincial tax conference were to break no in disagreement was indicated by comments Tuesday after the nine premiers had presented their replies to Prime Minister King's statement made It was freely suggested Uiat in such erent Mr. King's guiei intent might call a general, election and let the electors decide -whether they were with the Canadian government or with the objecting- This was not taken too seriously but it was, nevertheless, out as a possibility in case the conference breaks up. Faitare agree, it was said, would deal a most serious blow to public con- fidence hi all ten governments. It could well produce disiilnsionBMfMv frustration, bitterness which "would be most seriOBs." It would be a seriousness which could hardly be measured. It could well "impose on the ties of Confederation a strain greater than they could bear." Further, It might well render impossible the task of working out a permanent solution. SOVT5T, TT.S. (Continued on Page Two.) British, subjects from five years, to one year. The amendment resulted in a temporary halt in the commons consideration of the bill which had reached the tenth of 47 clauses. The commons yesterday cevotfd almost all day to the citizenship bill. The senate held a. brief ses- Shoot to Kill In Atom Bomb Preparations OTTAWA, May (C.P.) Minister Ilsley told the Dominion-provincial conference today that the federal government cannot meet demands put for- ward by the provinces, and he indicated that it now was up to the provinces to accept the Dominion proposals or see the conference break up in failure. After an hour and 40-minute review of discussions at the current public meetings of the conference, Mr. Hsley 1 said the federal government could not accept the On- tario counter-proposals. While it would like to meet tire demands of the provinces, it could not do so witiiout'iil- Strict Secrecy creasing its commitments. "TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT" When Mr. Hsley concluded. Prettier George Drew of Ontario took the floor and said the finance minister's speech was a "bald statement to the provinces to take It or leave it." Mr. Ilsley said he hoped there would be agreement, and if such was possible the co-ordinating and economic committees of the conference could return to work forjf the drafting of the necessary legislation. By JOHN LANGLOIS (Canadian Press Staff 'Writer.) HALIFAX. May So tight was the secrecy sur- rounding the transfer to Can- ada aboard the Aquitania- of S.S- Ma.i.-Gen. Kurt Meyer, sentenc- ed to life Imprisonment for re- sponsibility in the shooting of Canadian prisoners of war, that workers in the shin's hospital, just a few yards from the cells, were unaware of his presence during the Meyer was taken off the vessel under his heavy Provost cort last night and immediately whisked oS to the peniteatiarv. at Dorchester. Witnesses who saw him disem- bark said at the time he was wear- ing the uniform of a Canadian army private- Members of the crew and store- keepers on "F" deck, deep in the told of the vessel where the cslls are located, told. The Canadian Press today few passengers on the vessel knew of Meyer's presence. ONLY THREE WILLING He said only three provinces Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Al- indicated a willingness to accept the Dominion proposals as now modified. Ontario had submitted the, only alternative to the pcsals. The alternative so great an increase in the commit- ments of the federal government REPOSES PISA (Continued, on Page Two.) Formers Seek Parity With New ALBERTA "BIG THREE" DRAFTING PROGRAM _____ CALGARY. May One of the most serious corn- Even tatives of the "Big Three" farm or- j plaints of the farmers is the empiovees the ship's jail: ganizations met here Tuesday to Tent tax policy, he said. In spite-of knew "onlv that one j draft a program of action to bring high taxation most fan n rsotntr about paricv prices. long hours of overtime i brigadier or a being carried across. i FOR OWN PROTECTION The theorv was advanced aboard ship that Meyer was kept so closely guarded for his own protection, as _____ well as the face he was a prisoner. KWAJALETN. Marshal! Islands. The closely-guarded secret of Hay 1 States marines j Meyers arrival in Canada with shoot-to-kill orders will guard only early this i tne Acjuitarna nad. cocked cere last the world's greatest secret atomic plans mature preparation for tests to be held ihi5 July. Security measures are being tight- ened dailv at this base for "Opera- tion Crossroads" ki which a join nieht. Among her passengers were more than dependents of Canadian servicemen. Also aboard were Sir The leaders were: George Church, war mainly out of patriotism, Jfcnr president of the United Fanners of j the war is over, the farmers are. Gordon Macdonald. governor-cesig-j the meeting nate of Newfoundland, and Maj. j SEEK N! John Weir Foote. V.C., returning "We are Alberta: Carl Stimpfle, president of the Alberta Farmers' Union; Lew Hutchinson. president of the Al- berta Federation of Agriculture, and J. R. McFall, secretary of the fed- eration. iThese three organizations are now in process of amalgamation; their most recent annual conven- tions having urged the move.) The threat of inflation is con- sidered by farmers a real and seri- ous menace. Mr. McFail said after PRICE LEVEL tired and short of help, and, tiie tax, penalty for working overtime soil exists. Therefore hog producers and many others are slacSsning off: In of critical shortage of food. That is one of the biggest causes of the low food production, said Mr. The producers have no en- couragement to put in an extra few hours looking after cattle or after they have already put in full day in the Seid. THREATEN MILK "STHTKE" TORONTO, May On- uiu. licit. _ ji ri task torce John weir iroote. v.u., returning 1 he was rormal- tend a meeting of "the flag commit- j dy ian 'Hat stout, hang- i rope i Royal arnined irisoner urse of alleged n the y Con- .C.M.P. Leth- is the. at the i 3y July 1 it wiU be impossible for At commons' session Authorized travellers to pass this State Secretary Martin, sponsor of1 said he had Absolute secrecy will surround the ly invested by. the King with the Victoria Cross. ileycr was kept under the closest of confinement during the Aqui- taking a very strong! tario milk producers' meeting last stand on this question." he said, j nisht called on Ontario dairy we know that the farmers and the i farmers "to take prompt and Win ho fhs flrsc to! Lie action" if the federal govern-- MEYER COMES (ConDRueQ on Page Two.) would respect the provisions of the new bill. RACIAL ORIGINS experts are i worried. It will be their task to pick In amenSient by John Diefen- Perfectday." in the J haver Lake me to in- on to -n ,_ RACIAL ORIGIN (Continued on Page Two.') all conds- for ofcser. j Cation, photography, and scientific study of the explosion. P ARLIAMENTAR Y OTTAWA, May com- i tion on the ground the papers could mons todav voted 97-75 against a not be produced because of the motion by M. J. Coiawell. C.C.N. status of the CBC. leader, for the production of corre- MAY GO BACK HOME spondence dealing with provincial OTTAWA. ownership of radio stations. The Progressive Conservative and Rising Prices For Several Years Seen suffer from jts effects. We wish j ment does aot meet their aulfc the government had held the price demands. line on machinery and other things Producers who attended the meet- the farmer has to buy. But )t j tee said the word "wiOshola." used didn't. Now the only possible course severs! times by speakers, indicat- or proper action is to establish a j ed the dairymen might keep milk i new price level for everything, one i off the market as a means of en.- as low as possible, and bring the forcing demands. price of grain, livestock and other farm produce up to it." Mr. McFali said the farm groups Ontario Whole Milfc association officials said earlier Uie. association had received word' from. ATLANTIC CITY. N.J.. May United States Chamber of Commerce, the boara of directors of which has recommended aboU- non of the major powers of the Office of Price Administration by; PENALTY ON OVERTIME next October, was told Tuesday ai i propose to communicate with fed- j Federal Agriculture Minister J. erauons of agriculture in other Gardiner that summer milk sub- provinces, :n sidles to cents a lain-. Manitoba and Saskatchewan, find i aredweight, 20 cents less than, tbe out what they are thinking and j winter go into ef- piannmg. aad then fail in with the feet today. demand of the Ontano federation Mr. Gardiner's telegram had -tise for a parliamentary investigation I effect of turniag what was to have into the relative position of farm been s. routine meeting into a lull prices. j dress debate with the oress invit- ed' to attend. "If that doesn't get results." said Charges that the farmers _._ ______ ______ ______ general rise sn pnces for the next Mr. McFail. "we may send a i everal ears was airaojt inevitable. ain awa res for Maurice Duplessis said tcday at a plenary session of the Dominion- Social Credit panics suoportea the j provincial conference thai he was rdenng Sgt.- C.CJP. group in the vote. Most in- dependents voted with the govern- ment against the resolution. The motion, moved bv Mr. Coic- weli, sought correspondence, report 1 ers and recommendations exchanged s the transport department, the Canadian Broadcasting Corpor- Walier led -he ndsnce equired atiori ar.d provinrial governments regarding the ownership of stations by provincial crown companies or by provincial governments. several years was airaojt inevitable. gaiion :o OUawa After a statement by Chamber j investicalion." President Snc Johnston that the ena 01 tree O.PIA. m the immediate future would put Amerzcari business in the "national doghouse." a Har- vard University Susmerj H. Slichter. said termination of the; O.P.A. should be ivased on condi- tions rather -Jsaa an arbitrary date, j Prof. SiJchter Sn a; press for the I ALBERTA BIG THRES (Continued oa Page TwoJ ready to make an agreement thai wouid take considers uon the principles of Confederation, but if that agreement, was sorthcom- j ing he was "going back home." j to'the! He said that so far the principles I chamber's 34th annual meeting tha; j of Confederation had been over- j the current seders' market wouid looked in the proposal of the Do- minion government. And if the government, was not I prepared to give an unmistakable t jJi V i SiVJ %-t I -.T t Revenue Mmister McCasn. the promise on the reailocatson of tax minister responsible for the opera- tion of the "CBC, opposed the mo- tion on the ground the C3C was a fields which were compatible wuh the principles of Confederation he was going bacS: home. Arriving home he would await the invitation v ou'd separate and its corre- home he would awaat the Invitation d spondence not be produced to come back to Ottawa and reopen tvi in the house i negotiations on the oasis of what are i He" susgested Mr. Coidweli seek he had outlined. pn on- I his information at sittings of the He saw in the Dominion's prc-pos- ,nV the commons radio committee, when it als the substitution of entraliza- begins sessions shorily. j tion for the federal system estab- Mr. CoJdwell said ihe committee j lished by Confederation ar.d "we will irrann.' wou'd not begin its sessions for sev- never be accompUces lo the process nV and era! and he needed the in-, of wrecking Confederation." Thus >nduct- 1 formation before that time. Ouebec never wouJd be reconciled to e local Dr. MrCann then said the per- i the Dominion's proposals in thetr present form. Second provincial premier to rise in answer to Finance Minister Hs- mission of provincial governments ivinciai i would be required and this would pre- causa delay. Persisting. Mr. Coldwrll asked the ley's summing up of the unbudging n the minister to take to obtain per- Dominion posilion. Mr. Duplessis j indicated that Quebec, like Ontario. for the recorded vose had taken her stand and would hold ee) j mission. i He caller1 i after Dr. McCann based his objec- firm. keep labor unions in a strong bar- gaining position and they would make large, new wage demands next Success by the unions re- suit in higher prices and sr.Zi far- j ther wase demands, he I "All of means that a gen-. eral rise in prices lor several years j at least Ss almost he' declared. Watched Four Men Steal Dace's Corpse ROME, May news- i paper II printed a Milan dispatch which purported to be an interview with an unnamed woman; who watched Ghouls steal the body of Mussolini last wesk from a pau- per's grave. The whose J presence was not exolajned. asserted j that "four men of large stole i the body, now reportea mclden in a I village near Milan. NEWS BULLETINS BEER RATIONING TO END MAY S EDMONTON, May of beer rationing in Al- berta May 6 and the lengthening of beer parlor hours June 1, announced today by J. A. King, chairman of tbe Liquor Board. Hours of beer parlors, effccuve Jane 1, will be from until 10 p.m. Present hours are from i p-m. 19 pan, DREW LIKELY TO REFUSE TERMS OTTAWA. May George Drew of loday told the Dominion-Provincial conference that Ontario's de- cisions in the current discussions had is be made in the light of responsibilities toward our own people." He indicated thai his eminent would not accept the Dominion nUimatnm on its GIVEN 20 YEARS FOR SEATTLE MCRDER SEATTLE. Olson, 22-year-old was sentenced today to a. maximum 20 years for tbe first degree murder o? Mrs. Marjorie Johnson. 3S-year-old housewife. Oisan accompanied Mrs. Johnson home from a west Seattle tavern late JMV 19. She was later found beaten and stabbed to death. HEAVY DAMAGE IN WINNIPEG FIRE WINNIPEG, May of t damage ranging front S2I.960 by fire department officials to more than by C. H. Leader, were made today following a which gutted tbe appliances and plastic factory of Leader's limited here last night. NEW EXECUTIVE OF C.P.K. MONTREAL, May a meeting of the board of directors following tbe annual meeting of shareholders of the C.P.R. here today, D. C. Coleman was re-elected chairman and president, and Vf. 3t Neal, C.B.E., vice-president. The following tvere appointed io the executive of the company: D. C. Coleman, W. M, Neal. C.B.E., Ross H. McMaster, W. WHson, CM.G, I. J. Geoffijoa, ;