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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1946 See Czechoslovakia as Link For Co-Operation With Soviet Russia j ments atade at tlie 1346 rate of tax- authorities bad uncer- i takes not to increase taxes on gsso- arid anv-isements there was s The Day In Parliament Man i cultivators 5 Examination, discussion ana, execution of plans for large-scale: agricultural land industrial develop- ment in Palestine." Alberta Big Three Is Found Dead aed rrom 5x021 Page.) beirx criticism of goy- j by order-in-eotincii acd tae Elwood Miller of ClareshoUn. a truck driier for Gas and Oil Products cf Leihfcrfdge, was found dead in his truck about mile south of Stavely on Monday. He had apparently suffered a heart attack while driving along the highway. The truck had eased off the road and crashed through a fence onto the CJPJR. rfeht-of- way. The ignition had been turned off. The body examined by Dr. Sen. Buchanan's Tribute To Late E. H. Macklin OTTAWA, Slay 1 W. A. Buchanan, publisher of The Lethbridge Herald and recently re- tired as president of Tne Cacacaan Press said Tuesday that western Canada newspapers can never for- Health Debate Opens ID O.C. suggestions were heard ssj ceba'e that followed- The seat a telearani to P. J. Carrol of CiareshoUn. anc Mr. Gardiner declaring that on be-, is not believed that an isouest ma; Bv JAMES McCOOK {Canadian Press Staff Writer.) LOXDOX, May resident and gen- inons debate on f the Winnipeg his 74-clause health bill -mta Tuescav in declaration that its basic principle that a person should not DC r- 1 Jwrari fmm aid 91 -s was no more striking per- j barred from medical aid because jality" in Canadian newspaper j finances, cles" than Eddie Macklin." Richard tor Buchanan. "I withdrawn Russia, they ssy. is no: in env wav in Casch affairs, ooiK- However, the Ically'or ecoaomicsHy. deny this snd This small republic ms? of the main founcstions for ea lishing lasting between allies. War changes hare m an eastern neighbor of rakia ana the reoualic hss in tne Soviet in the ZS43 trtatr cf posed to any .....____Law. Conservative nsesn- close ber Kensington South and forza- Beyaa. pro- he faoase ova the medical r much of it. through com- forge; th tncse :wo proiinees contniuted -Failing prompt adjustment this Tnany, or muc tstructs their members toj or others 35! speech. three. Brit- guarded The con- he said, is nation." nrrf tore m r A REFUSES PLEA j outhned by the priin? rhsr inifter. But (Continues! that it coulfi no; possibly be ac- cepted. csnnot ____e Minuter Kins said Mon- day that if a province washed t3 continue to levy succsss.or. duties. world snd rational j a -reproach 10 tiie r in nri creased 30 per cent and suf- ien; help was nor available. MEYER COMES credit to the ta-xpayer ar--.t. Duples Scott of Norwich, precl-. the Concentrated Milk Pro- the Ruhr and the Khineland be association, said cost of labor taken away from Germany and put under Rench or international con- trol. could not agree w vacate the sue- J make changes which would h: cesses! di-ries because was j income iax administration. "VETT Cenaca that Jaces or the Dorcinion should have Drwrity in the collection of suc- cession dudes has been one of the Tnaj-> stumbling blocks in the path of successful conclusion of ihe con- ference. "We causes agree to vacate tne 3ald of succession said Mr. "We it; as Tsry much in the interests of Canada tha; ihai in with ihe Ontario taken the They have, we have modified our stand as has been j committee sessions from which it eznerged into the open Monday. af' IE. and On coaSicting positions, said er. louncemen; did EOI ither Dorchester was to stopping place, nor iv intimation of ths accommodation pro- ____r the Nazi general. The announcement, said that re- RACIAL ORIGIN (Continued from Front Page.) elude racial origins in the decten- uon was turned aside on a vocal; vote and the section was passed along with a half-dozen others. There were minor amendments. In moving his amendment. Mr. PRICE SCHEDULE FOR KEW POTATOES OTTAWA. Mar 1946 orices for neff poiatoes, fcn- Diefenbaker said that in United and domestic, were an- nounced by the Prices Board today. The announcement said practically no change from 1943 prices will re- rith increases Tarring from a ,-r-cent to a half-cent a pound expected in the praitie provinces. the llantiines, northern Ontario and northern Quebec. Maximum prices a; the basing Ont.. and Vancou- the same as for last season. States racial origin was asked only throughout Canada vrill be the be taken over and run mth government hospitals as a single service. The sale of doctors" practices will be banned because it is desirable to have doctors better distributed. Doctors would not become civil servants although they expected to participate in the government scheme for health centres and as- sociated services. Mr. Law said a doctor's orsly lovalty and responsibility should be 10" the pauent." Doctors should nos be ia a nosition where they would have a sense of responsibility so .the state. transfer the war criminal to Can- the situation as "made the journey from J formation regarding race plus He could see no benefit in giving transportation costs to distributing racial origin during a census. The matter of racial origin had been carried 10 the extent that, a person coming back to Canada, regardless of the number of generations his oeoBle had been in the Dominion, was required to register TK narem- The proposals The proposed inces for vacatr poraaon anc i: ectne opinion Heaaley, England, I5's N.B., in custody. to Dorchester, to tci corporation taxes comtjsniss selline from to Si5 per _ ,____ i rats o- asEreeii turn be subject to cha vlnces half of the rate must be s ccHectefi iron; set, The committee. said the future s conference was "only a. wild s morning's session, it was feit _._______ attendance, simply re- affirmed positions the Dominion and SOVIET, U.S. from Front Page.) The four fears, according to the analvsis of Bvmes' advisors, are: 1." Fear of "most European coun- that "United States will again MOTORISTS Warm Weather Is Here To Stay To save trouble later on let us do the following- BOW: your for tadly conference were to succeed. __ He EDredatea their anitnae ot subordiistion of their objectives m tlie common------- __ TAKE IT OK LEAVE TT OTTAWA. May Premier i Drew of Ontario said today oefore 1 the Dominion-provincial conference that, the "subsicy system" as pro- nosed bv the federal government. wotsld lead to ihe bresSdown. of the Dominion's federal system. RECOMMEND Then: parts. Change transmission, and differen- tial grease to summer grade. Lubricate chassis. Drain oat anti-freeze. Pack front -wheel bear. ings. Change engine oil. Service air cleaner. Eising to speak after Pinant Minister Tisley had tt 1 Dominion was standing pat on x aiiu urososals. Mr. Drew said ce nopec SHOCtD -_ iflR __ (Continued from Page.) commitments. "The Brinsh government wishes to be satisfied thai they will not be called upon to implement, a policy which would involve them single- handed in such commitments and in the course of a. joint examina- tion they wish to ascertain to what extent the government of the TTnit- ed States will be prepared to share 15 the resulting additional military i resonsibilities. I the'nrovinciai premiars reatod uie l-eU'is ofT and rijat Mr. 3sley had Imads a "bald declaration- to me inrovmces that -we can take it or i leave K." He would do nJs to be j restrained in drcumstsnces whicn 1 cid not invite restraint. There was "danger" in oie Install new oil filter cart- Flush cooling system. Install summer thermo- stat. Inspect tires for cuts and bruises. Replace worn parts. Chevrolet, Oldsmobfle Cars; Chevrolet and Maple TracTts Sales and Service Two locations: Seventh Street S, Phone 4O55 for government should impose taxes j and that another government should soend revenue. "TTJ every cas" la hJstorr wnere the federal system had broken down It had been broken down under jus'., report recognizes that; 100.- 000 certificates for admission of Jews t-o Palestine should be au- thorized immediately and. awardec so far as possible in and actual immigration should be push- ed forward, as rapidly as conditions permit The practical difficulties involv- ed m immediate reception and ab- sorption of so large a number would obviously as very great. clear from the facts presented in tn reporr private armies maintained in Palestine, and from their recent activities, tnat K would issible for the government withdraw from Hurope, leaving en- "orcement of peace terms on Ger- many up to the Europeans them- selves. 2. Pear by the Hassians that trie British would try to build a cower- new German nation against the Soviet Union. American officials said this had been, reflected in van- al ancestry with immigration auth- orities. centres from the closest point, Romantic Fellow NEW LOXDOX, Conn.. May 1. Reeanato, 40-year-old has been father of 10 children. ___ placed on a three-month, probation Mr.'Martin said by "national j for "appoung- an unidendfiea 22- the government simply i woman fle never cf thine tha" i met with a aCO-page love ie Sfto wM j In addition to the letter, offgers the person owes his allegiance." saifi Kecanatos attention reached Wl A. McMsster (P.O., Toronto Eigh opposed Mr. Diefen- bafcer's amendment. "I am a Scotsman and I am proud 'of it, but; I cannos think of seed be he said. any race whose people of their "Thsy can all be proud of it; and I do not believe "any member of anr race who is not proud of that race will ever make a good, Cana- dian." a high point on the day of his arrest when he rode up on a mp- torcvcle beside a bus in whicn tne vroman was riding and. rapping on a window, beckoned to her to nee on the machine's tandem seat. SELLS T.-OTTERT IS FIXED MONTREAL, Mar liam o? Montreal, arrestea months ago for the illegal peg reason ana no Embarrassing TO3ERMORY. May 1. was really most embar- rassing. Here was a busload of Torontoaians bound for this tinv Sshing: village and the North American premiere of British film. The side of thft bus carried a large banner bear- ing the name of the nicture. "I Know "Where rm and, yes The bus driver forgot direc- tions, became lost. And another thing-. Although Tobermory here is a Scotch set- tlement, it was necessary to send to Kitchener. Ont.. lor three Scotch pipers to lend, atmos- phere to the occasion. S4SK. FIRE COXTROIXED SECTALITTA. cask. May number of Indian families were destitute and 20 square aiiles cf bush lands were destroyed by a five-dav fire which raged through, the Assinibaine Indian reserve near here. The blaze was brought under control late Monday. ing -r 6 origins. charges levelled by Moscow I upon this was detrimental to -a-rfiish Tmlicies in Germany.! nine unity. againsr; British policies in German for stress- behalf of The insistence Memorial Society in British Coium- gen-lbia. was yesterday fined S500 ana court costs when He cleaded guilty. ___Helen Kathleen Hankin o? Moose Jaw, Sask, has retired after more than four years' service in the Canadian Women's Army Corps, defence headquarters announced ia Ottawa. Hitler's It had ad- vocated ths centralization of author- ity in a central government. Its .author now was dead and the re- of his policies were clear. I "Federal system after federal sys- fm tas broken down, because there I! was too much centralization of au- I j he added. I i The" subsidy system was not a j "new deal." It was the "oldest deal' i known rn the history of the govem- i mental system. DEATH FEDERAL ST5TEM formations had been db- banded and their arms surrendered. "As the report points out, private armies constitute a danger to the peace of the world and ought not to exist. Jews and Arabs in Pales- tine alike must disarm. "The British government recog- nize that decisions must be taken as soon as possible. Meanwhile the house will understand I am unable to make any further WONT PKESS DEBATE Winston Churchill, leader of the Conservative opposition, asked if the government would eater action A Call to Action addressed to All Members of the Church, of England in Canada ly THE MOST REVEREND DERWYN T. OWEN, D.D., D.C.L, Primate of All Canada federal system- Mr- Drew said most of Sir. KS- levs remarks had been directed a- Obtano as though Ontario was the present. Mr- Skyway to America's playgrounds, Air alone provides service that fits both business end vacation travel. Brief side trips can take you to your favorite national park or trout stream enrouJe to business destinations. Only via Western can you visit such outstanding beauty spots as: LAS VEGAS Recreational Area ZION GRAND CANYON YELLOWSTONE-GRAND TETONS CANADIAN ROCKIES THE DUDE RANCH COUNTRY COLORADO PLAYGROUNDS Ask Western Air Lines'people to help in laying out combination business end vacation trips. Or, see your loco! oir uavel agent. MARQUIS HOTEL conuc. educational arid political ad- vancement in Palestine is of equal importance with that of the Jews. and should at once prepare rneas-j cres designed tc bridge the gap which now exists and raise the Arab standard of living to that of Phone: 3971 on certain points. j nient, of pol: was wrong to surges-, that On- j Jew shall cot dominate Arao and j tario had "created ciiSerer-ces here." Arab shsJl not dominate Jew in i In manv respects, tne stand of Nova i Palestine." i ScotJa. 'for instance, was nrecisely 2. "Looking toward a form oMjl- i ihe same" as that, of Ontario. 1 tirnate self government. ir.e At no time dunng the conference i mandatory or trustee should pro- had Ontario put forward an arhi- claim the principle that Arab._eco- trarv txssition from which it would not "recede. It had been prepared to recede on the condition that there were clear basic principles. Cntano was ready and nad m- sisied on saanns its advantages with other provinces. It suggested that a national adjustoieat far.d oe the established to help nescy provinces 3. "We recommend that pending Ke took to a remark the early reference to the United Natioiss and the execution of a trus- teeship agreement, the mandatory should administer Palestine. with regard to immigration O.nd> thai 'the administration of Pales- tine, while that the rights erits. and positions of other of Mr. Drew said Ontario paj the population are not prejudiced. hesv.Iy ir.to the fund a.-c would shall" facilitate Jewish immigration under suitable conditions'." This recommendation was ack- r.ow.edgea by the committee xs an eflort, to deal with the question of j has humanity been in greater need, of the Christian Gospel, the inspiration and guid- ance of Christian teaching and the Christian spirit. Today we give thanks for a physical victory over forces opposed to every Christian principle. But these forces must still he fought in human minds and hearts. The only new order worth building is a Christian order. At home and abroad, the Christian Church faces a renewed challenge. That is why the Church of England in Canada is making an appeal to her people for rededication, self-sacrifice and constructive action. This movement seeks to make Anglicans more truly Christian; to make them conscious of the historic mission of their church; to UJESTERn AIR LlflES made yesterday by Premier Doug- las of Saskatchewan with reference to the fund. Tvlr. Douglas had de- picted The fur.d as a "Confeceranoi: poor box" from which the poor rela- tives TROUid draw Christmas pres- draw no oor.eMt from Ke was ready to ;t to the provinces which would benef.t. Mr tra: of the total of Si in taxes collected throughout Canada last year, 43 per cent was collected "from the people of Ontario." GARSOX DISAGREES Premier Garden of Manitoba com- mented: "CoHected in Ontario but not from the people of Ontario." and to provide funds for additional Clergy, for the pension fund, for helping the Mother ChurchinEngland and theChurchesinEurope in their work of rehabilitation, for providing vouth training and leadership, and for assist- ing all Dioceses in meeting their local needs. The Appeal was latriched in our Churches on the Feast of the Eoinhany, Sunday, January 6th, and wfll continue till May 19th. In its spiritual aspects it has already reached the homes of our people and its programme will continue over years to come. During the week of May 12th to every member of the Church of England in Canada, so far as possible, will be visited by a fellow member, authorized to receive contributions to the fund needed to carry out the financial program. I bespeak from every one of our members and friends the earnest, prayerful consideration of this urgent need. I am confident that if every individual does his and her part, the combined objective of spiritual enrichment and financial support wfll be fully achieved. HHMATI immigration if and when the pro- posed additional quota of 100.000 has been exhausted. "The well-being of all the people of said the committee, "be they Jetrs. Arabs. or neither, must be the governing consideration." 4. Repeal of the land transfers 1926- AMERICA S PIONEER AIRLINE -1946 "Oh, that's the same old argu- i regulations of 1940 and the replace- ment." retorted Mr. Drew. i ment bv regulations "based on a .Every dollar collected ia. Ontario' policy of freedom in the sale, ANGLICAN ADVANCE APPEAL REDEDICATIOK AND THANK-OFFERING BISHOP The Right Reverend H. R. Ragg, M.A., D.D. DIOCESAN OBJECTIVE Diocesan Organizer, F. J. CHALK, Calgary .NFW SPA PERI SFWSPAPFRI ;