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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 2; 1946_____________________ Electricity Rationed ACUTE COAL SHORTAGE THREATENS US. AREAS THE IETHBRIDGB HERALD PAGE THREE J.R.WaltK.C Dies, Qaresbolm Br K. prTTSBOBGH, SJ shortages stemming from the 32- d strike of 400.000 American Iteration-of Labor soft coal min- ere today brought a drastic power curb in one metropolitan area of the United States and threatened ers.1 A coal industrr spokesman. Starr B3Uen of St. Paul, said that only about 15 days' supply of coal re- mains the head of the lakes, stor- aze point on which Minnesota, the Dakotas and northern Wiseonsia depend. 3111- commerce commission issued, a eepins order affecting commercial customers of nine power company Chicago and some other communities in northern and above the! ed the city's fuel situation as "very -mi adding that, there is an Indication of resumption o! coal within a week, he will ask curtailment of subway opera- tions. a. lighting dimout and con- vening of the city's disaster contwr Brig. Lifter Trial To Start May 7 AMSTERDAM. May before Canadian Should Treat Germany as Whole closes----------------- activities and limits the supply of electric power to industrial plants to hours a weels, with no service on Saturdavs and Sundays. The commission also ordered a return to the -brownout" of the Februarv-Msv. 1945. penod. with eUminadon of sign lighting, win- dow and showcase lighting and in- iliumination in excess 01 minimum requirements. Exempted were establishments essential to public health, safety and protection drained to 95.000 tons and that'u was at the rate of to 2.000 a day "with a bigger drain to come." At the same time, the coal short- age was cutting deeper into the op- erations of steel mills, railroaos and other coal-using industries. Minn., GOT. Edward j 0' Minnesota telegraphed President Truman that "creameries and milk processing plants have onlv a few days' supply of coal on band and are unable to obtam necessary replenishments from oeai- Progress Reserve Army Is Good EDMONTON. May a.- interest is being shown m tin Canada's post-war army reserve units, ana and the response, SEEK WAY OUT (Continued trorn front Paze.) meetings so experts could work out such details. Seconding Mr- Hart's motion, Mr. Jones said what was needed was some quies conversation among the representatives conversations where the public and press wouldn't be present. IMPORTANT BUSINESS Premier Stuart Garson of Mani- ipba said he believed the premiers should remain in Ottawa until a solution was found. He knew of no array court martial here of Brig. J. F. A. Uster of Quebec and Vic- toria has-been postponed from May 3 to May 7, it was made known to- day, btig. 'lister. 30-year-old former chief-of-staff of Canadian forces in The Netherlands, faces charges having to the alleged mis- use" of property requisitioned by the Canadian army in Tee Netherlands. Canadian military headquarters in London announced April 24, GERMAN ARMY {Continued from yront deuce pertaining only to Perzenow- ski. The testimony of previous witness is to apply in the other cases -a-ittout being repeaiec. J. J. Moil, local monician. toJd. the court of a body being brought'.lo I to his undertaking parlors frcm tne j__ nearby prisoner of war camp on j LONDON, May 2. (C.P. Cable.) Delegates to the Cornroona-ealth talks here Wednesday harmoniously discussed proposals for the future (By The Canadian Press) Gordon C. Cope- land, 61. prominent in the field or gynaecology and obstetrics. of Germany but the United Xing- Baliycastle, County Anmra. Ire- and -dominions representatives land-Thornas Humphreys, 86. one dom and 'dominions representa' said their countries ing the peace confr and reserve individual discussion, it was learnfo. editor-in-chief of the Ashland i Daily Press and veteran member be treated as a whole and noi in j J sections. Sessional treatment Workers likelv to "Balkasize" the country, a j spokesaian said, adding thas. the Leave renresentatiYes f eli they had Snsufii- ciect information on eastern Ger- many and on Russian views of Ger- many's future. They felt the best approach io the post-war Ruhr would be develop- ment of a public corporation con- trolling Ruhr industries under stipu- laid down in she peace treaty a'J CHICAGO. May Repre- sentatives of the Brotherhoods of Railroad Trainmen and Railroad Engineers today walked out of ne- gotiation conferences the ear- ners aimed at heading a coun- try-wice strike. A. F. president of the trainmen, said the unions the conferences, which began Monday in an eSort to avert a smke set for j offered trie "nothing J. R. WATT. K.C. CLARESHOLM. May sTwaii, K.C, 71. died this rnoming at his aoca as he was preparing to leave for his law office in the downtown section of town. Death was attribaKd to a heart attack. A well known member of the Al- berta bar and a prominen; figure for many years as an owner of Thoroughbred horses, the death of Mr. Wats will be widely mourned. He was tx-esident of the Alberta Thoroughbred Horse Breeders As- sociation at one time. He is survrr- I and an inquest, held by Coroner Dr. C? T3 P. McBren. Both physicians also testified. Dr. Campbell stating the man on whose body he had performed an autopsy had died of asphyxiation caused by a constriction around the upper part of the neck. The body was that of found hanging -Before-----. to answer these questions? Mr. Gow. were prepared what the president's fact-finding asked! nanei and "we've avngresc answefin. Mr. Rice pro- referring to defence rnore important business in which j by jjjs wife. Funeral arrange- the provinces could be engaged. j nienis. in charge of the Ringrose Premier Garson urged Quebec and j funeral Home, nave no; been corn- Ontario to make clear how much Dieted. while slow, is "sound and satisfac- tory" Maj.-Gen. A. B. Fotis, of Toronto, general officer command- ing the Canadian army's central command, said jn an interview to- dav. are getting a good response Irora men who served in the war." he said. "A large percentage of the officers were on active ser- vice, and that is also the case with manv of the non-commissionea officers. This helps materially m building up reserve units." Gen- Potts, accompanied by his son, Lieut. Arthur Potts of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. said he was making the western trin merely to 'compare notes'' witn other ranking officers. they wanted for getting out of in- come and corporation, taxes. on CouncU The late Mr. was active in Ee suggeste'd that if after nine j cosnmunitv affairs and served for months neither Mr. Duplessis nor j a quarter century on the- Clares- SAILING FOR- CARIBBEAX VANCOUVER, May erend John Antle, 81-year-old padre-mariner who sailed his 48- foot cutter, Reverie, from Liverpool to Victoria in 1939, is preparing to anchor again, this time for the'Caribbean Sea. His crew will be 23-vear-old Mrs. Nora da Costa of "Metchosin, B.C., veteran of six years overseas with the R.C.A.F- CW-DJ. KOYAIJTES PROFIT tOWER Mr. Drew had reached an idea as to the amount of rent desired "then all this discussion about the minor fields of taxation have no purpose." Mr. Drew said they could have reached agreement long ago if the holm town council, retiring at the beginning of the present year when he was honored fay his colleagues, lie was an active member of St. John's Anglican church here and served in an official capacity and in a lecture room Inside the pris- oner of war camp. As Wolf, Mueller and Busch left the court. Q-1LS. Harry Hettexna. assigned to the defence as inter- preter, started walking out. his ser- vices not being required by Per- zenowski. who speaks "i good" English. When Mr. Rice asked Hettema .wiiy he -was leaving. Mr. Gow Mained that exclusion of witnesses lad been requested and that Het- :ema might be called as a witness in another preliminary- hearing of the series. MR. RICE OBJECTS Defence counsel immediately ob- jected to the military having as- signed to him as an interoreter a Canadian soldier who was likely to testifv against any of the accused. MrC Gow then asked that Per-: zenowski sit in the prisoners' ____ rather than beside Mr. Rice, where replied Wolf- he has "been sitting since the hear- panel reconaoiended alresdv turned ihat down." The" oanel recommended cent hourly wage workers and orcmecda.tions on various working rules proposed side. GO TO GRASS! WAUACEBCftG, Oat.. grasses energy, ami erals, grass expert Jack tM szjd t isn't ak Appleton saM, Neboehadaessar trass we are told. He had tfce rfeht K it he dehy- drated it, it and different cereal grasses." WORK OF KED CROSS OUTLINED, TOROITTO Fanners Fear Inflatiofl CALGARY, May of the farm .are senoai" i ever-rising essential lor prodncsfew Igroirins tendency toward 515 was reported L r between Lew HuuSonson. preai- dent of ihe Alberta federanoa. ot Agriculture; George K. Church. uresicens of the Crated Alberta, and Carl dent of the Alberta faxsatax "This is nos a after the meedng. -wbea i can aa.aaw Plage TORONTO. May fa the of every four Canadians is a member; are producing food pro- of the Canadian Red Cross. Or. P. aUCrc not only ibe peopte W. Roatlsy of Toronto, rational Canauja. ine starrinc Ot commissioner yesserday told the an- nual meeting of the society which as Yer this exactly jjapoeninc. The oat of has more than members, a. senaal fanrl has in- reeord enrolment. Wartirae contributions to the Ca- s of j creased by per the prca by tea per cent, aad Septeinber 12, 1944. and acdea that the few minutes he- had been ex- 1 4 p.m. May 13. because tne railroads I the bodr buned the following j eluded from tte court. nothm? sut Sdav after a post mortem had been jjy j3r. yr. Campbell "I'can't sar that." Wolf then pointed out thai all four accused have one and the sarae counsel and that he could not give evidence against his comrades )n the same -affair." -When did you learn Wolf replied he reached that conclusion when all four were charges. Mr. Gow continued to press] CAIRO. May 2. the wittess for an explanation about ian weekly Aker Saah said Wcdaes- his decisions against. day the Turkish ambassador to Lon- nadian Red Cross exceeded SSO.OOO.- other essential commodities are in- 000 he stated. Campaign and crashing accordingly. These licity costs were 2.8 per cent of the couplea with the Difficulty of seasr- total collected. Administration costs jEg satisfactory farm. labor_ at any on total expenditures of nearly pnCe a very were 3.4 per cent. zarmer. The ulumate result wiU ig.1 Some 18310.532 prisoner-of-war decreased production, i food parcels were packed voluntarily i -Thus the Alberta by 23CO women and a Iprge nsim- jjavg decided to contact the her of rnen at a cost of S4S.059.676., erauons of Agriculture m other sedition the Red Cross sent to provinces with a view of giving sap- uirjsoners-Oi-war tobacco and cig- port to the Ontario Federation or arets. hundreds of thousands of Agriculture in asfcng Sn- TCRKEY FEARS RUSSIA BACK TO FIJI ISLANDS PHILADELPHIA, May faeria is prepared to send tion to Ottawa re press for con- sideration of our prqbleny. It their thas this Society ---T _ federal government had sought to was also active in the St. Anorews have 1942 Aax agreements continu- ed instead of bringing in a lot of other matters for discussion. Mr. Duplessis said he could not Born in Scotland s ho ould Se the local ed on the basis of federal proposals that he he He was bom at Ayr, Scotland, and received his primary education as they stood because if they were accepted they would lead to legis- lative Quebec did not want. Mr. St Laurent said that if agree- ment was not reached it would not be due to the "uncompromising at- titude" of anyone. If no agree- ment was reached it would be be- cause the governments could not agree on how best the people of t'ne country could be served. OP TO DOMINION Premier J. tions in mental discipline and cation.-first going to Wimbledon on the outskirts of London, then tak- ing the Arts course at Cambridge, specializing in law. Ltter, he the Scottish law classes at Glas- gow. As a law student he served his apneniiceship in that city and then accepted a position in Kil- mamock as managing clerk for a firm of solicitors there- Comes to Alberta In 1906 Mr. Watt came ronto. Shortly after he ______ _ B. McNair of New: claresholm for his new home. Brunswick told Eominiisi govern- partnership continued for some few rnent xenresentatives'they were fac-j vears the late Malcolm Me- ed with'a problem as great as that Kenzie. -orovincial treasurer, and to To- selected A when they undertook wide wartime TORONTO' May taxation povers and urged that they Oil Comrjany Limited. -Calgary, "become arbitrists" in meeting it. net income for 1945 of government. compared with in 1944. This included its wholly-owned subsidi-. aries, .Valley Pine Line Cpmpany Limited, Maoison Natural Gas Com- pany. told SHOCKING! the Dominion-provincial conference, had "all the powers" necessary to meet a situation as grave as that which followed break-up of the last Dominion-provincial conf e r e n c e early in the -war. Mr. McNair, saying the conference was aKan impasse, said is was dis- appointing that the governments of the country had been unable to weisth. the needs of the people from coast-to-coast on the basis of a common denominator. J. W. McDonald. K.C.. of Macleod and now on the bench and living in agricul- Calgary. Formerly interested in tural affairs, he was for ten years the secretary of the Claresholm Ag- ricultural Society, in those oays when such societies were strong and flourishing institutions. For two vears he was one of the direc- tors "of the Alberta Convention of Asricuitural Societies. The late Mr. Wats was a Con- ervative in politics and ran for the Alberta legislature in 1926 but was defeated. He was made a H.C. in 1S35. might influence question I do not know.' He explained that he came to tne iefinite conclusion" that he could had "never heard of" any such secret "definite conclusion" tnat ne conic The weekly said the ambassador evidence against a comrade had declared Turkey counted on the "tills moving" after thinking of British troops to sup- matter over. port T'.irkish opposition to Russian "The-e was a time -when you did j demands. not obiect to giving evidence against j .---------------____----- a comrade." stated Mr. Gow. "As I said. I came to a final de- ,r, trben I was called out this talked the matte- over with anyone Wcif refused to answer. M- Gow handed. Wolf the sheete of .paper which Wolf admit- the afternoon of 10. 1944. Perzenowski came to Vinn and ask- ed that he send Lehrnann to the school rooms after supper as Per- settle ing queued Wednesday mpmine. that the accused could continue sitting beside his counsel. The first mention of Perzenow- ski's name in evidence carce. when ted rontainsd his handwritffig. a voung sailor who v.-ss captured in November. 1942. tcofc the stand. He was in the local camp in Septem- ber. 1944, and knew Perzsnowski and had once visited him. in com- pany with, Woif. He stated that shortly before a draft of captives left the local camp for transfer to a camp at Neys, Cn- tario. he heard Perzenowslci and Woif discussine He added that and Woll were among the captives transferred to Neys on September 11, the daj the T_-ehrnana death. SERGEANT IS HEARD A Luftwaffe sergeant who was shot down over Ensland and came to the local carno in March. 1944, told the court he knew both Per- zenowski and Lehmann and that on SPECUL HONOR TO OTUKOV Fritz G. Popper. 38. spent two years represent ail provinces and that a? an army'private in the Fiji J presentation be made through inlands was repressed. For Canadian Federation of Agriculture. months Popper as a civilian "Food is one of the essentials for PQ iV J? til j disc, noi like the movies, but cret- i he will be forced to reduce his pro-? _. cy dam nice.' ducsion." Given Reprimand LONDON. May (OP. Major Halford Wilson of Vancou- ver has been severely reprnaanc.- ed 'for using obscene and abusive language at Waterloo station in London. Canadian military head- quarters in London announced to- WOson was convicted of this charge at a. court martial Apru la which, however, acquitted him Ox anotirer charge of using improper language over the telephone to an officer at was in of Cana- the time. Wilson charge of a leave party dian soldiers being movec from the continent to a base- in PRESIDENT CANADIAN CHAMBER TO ATTEND EDMONTON, May SB nual meeting of the Alberta Board of Trade and Agriculture will be held in Red Deer June 12, J. Fitz- allen of Vegreville, secretary, said Wednesday. Representatives of 70 provincial" trade boards will attend. The meeting will be attended by C. Gordon Cockshutt of Brantford. .Out., president of the Canadian j Chamber "of Commerce, and D. Morrell of Montreal, executive sec- retary of the Canadian Chamber. JAP SHIPS TOKYO. May Ja- panese government was onlered'to- day to destroy by April 30. 1947, the few major combat vessels of the imperial navy which escaped des- truction in the war. AJUed head- ouarters said it. expected only eight aircraft carriers and cruisers be available for immediate scrapping under terms of the order. Reporter Is Taken From Camp Site MUNICH. May G. Valecs, a representative of the Unit- ed Press, was escorted back to Mun- ch bv United States troops Wednes- day after he attempted to entsr the Jewish displaced persons camp near j jandsberg. scene of a rict betueen rews and Germans last Sunday, af- er it had been coroned off and clos- ed to all outsiders. HEAVT LOSSES FROM COAL STRIKE WASHINGTON. May IF) Charles O'Neill, spokesman for the operators, last night asserted the month-old soft coal strike is wreck- ing the country. It is the costliest strike in United States history and has led it to "the brink of disaster greater than any- thing since Pearl he said in a speech orepared for broadcast. Blaming "this desperate situation' on John L. Lewis, chief of the Unit- Mr hac ed Mine Workers O'Neill asserted "the walkout cost the workers in wages in April. The message thai Perzenowski wished to see Lehmann was con- veyed to the doctor of philosophy arid the witness added he never again saw Lehmann. As Wolf, who speaks "very good English was recalled to the court and took the witness stand. Mr. Rice protested against using one of the accused as a witness. "It's not fair-to ask him to give evidence in a case in which he Is also charged." Defence counsel tesisiezi that the four accused should have been jointlv charaed instead of sepamte- !v and then in that event they coula not be called to testify against each other. Mr. Rice added he did not think to answer The United Press in New Tork said Valens was not in custody. He ordered to leave Landsberg on the instructions of the chief of staf j. of the TJ.S. Ninth Division, the Unit- ai Press said. ALEXANDBLV May tP) Esvptian troops occupied FarouK University today .and arrested IS of students who have been demonstrating there in protest against published reports that Bri- tain aroposes to retain four air- dromes in Egypt- The troops clear- ed the universitv after three per- sons were killed yesterday in a clash between students and police. SPEEDER GOT AWAY MOOSE JAW, May fic Enforcement Officer M. Mackey of- the city police department ana his motorcvcfe came out second best in an episode with automobiles here yesterday. He was roundmg a comer in hot pursuit of a speed- when he collided with the witness intended questions as he would then te ing: evidence against himself. Cur- ing this discussion Wolf stood in the witness box listening to the ar- guments. After Wolf was sworn in as a witness he demurred against giving evidsr.ce. explaining "I am involved In this matter. I am charged with three comrades with committsngjiie same murder at the same time." After he was advised that he was being given the protection of the i in the "lost columns. Canada Evidence Act. and the Al- berta Evidence Act. Wolf still de- murred, stating "that does not alter the fact I am charged with the same murder." He answered questions relating to his capture at Hella Pass, Africa, at the end of May. 1942. and his movements in Canadian prisoner of war camps. U.S. Soldiers To Have Food Cut FRANKFURT. May Ra- tions for United States occupation troops in Europe will be reaticec 300 calories a day May 3. U.S. army headquarters announced. Un- off'dial estimates placed the pres- ent ration at calories daily. The reduction means a daily caloric cut equivalent to two miLc chocolate bars, it was sala To MOSCOW. May jssuno Stalin, in an act of marked courtesy ohsened by hundreds of thousands of Russians, called Mar- 5hal Georsi K. Zhukov to his side atop Lenin's tomb Wednesday to watch the May Day parade. Mar- shal Zhukov. cocqueror of Berlin, had been standing with other mili- tary leaders. G.B. FARM WORKERS' WAGES ARE INCREASED LONCOtf. May Cable.) Central Wage Board went half-wav towards meeting the de- mand of British farm workers for a minimum wage of 10 shillings (about weekly by recommend- ing a 10 shilling (S2J22) increase in the minimum from the present 10 shillings. HANSARD? YES OR NO OTTAWA. Mav sard official report of parlia- mentary debates, is responsible for long, drawn-out sessions and ought to be abolished. Dr. Arthur Beauchesne. clerk of the com- mons, said last night. However., Dr who made the remark in a talk on parliament- ary procedure to the Ottawa Public School Teachers Asso- ciation said it with a twinkle. The chief clerk is reputed in the capital not only as an auth- ority but a stickler on parlia- mentary tradition. PARLIAMENTARIAN DIES LONDON. May CHALLENGE OXFORD GROtTPER i CONTROL SHIPS BT j LONDON. Mav in LONDON. May Britain of Dr. Frank Buchmaru j Liverpool will have "the leader of the Moral Rearmament radar-controlled fog-proof _doclt Movement which grew out cf vhe -Oxford Group" of the "SOs. will be challenged in the commons today by Tom Labor member. to coctrol every snip in the Mr Dribers said that Dr. 3uch- miles of docks and their approaches; man. a tTmted States citizen, i he will be able to see cTtiressed enthusiasm for storr ssid- systein in the world." the Daily Herald reported today. "One man sitting before a chart isS! make the reduction, mess tails will meniber of the house- of commons serve less sugar, bread, flour, cere- for 25 consecutive years ana holder als noodles, lard and bacon. of a variety of offices in foreign The present ration for displaced personnel in the theatre is 2.COO calories daily. For German Civi- lians the ration is SMART DOG ST. JOSEPH, Mo, Mar Pennv a red cocker spaniel with disappeared for the umotcentli time, and Mrs. 5. J- Wegenek sighed and ran "lost" ad. Penny himself answer- ed the ad" half an hour af i peared. He ambled into the News- Press want ad department, Miss Barbara Brumbach recogniz- ed him from frequent descriptions and diplomatic fields. _ Godfrey Locker-Larnpson. of Crawrey, Sur- died in here yesterday, aged 70. He was elected Conser- vative member for Salisbury in 1910 and retained his seat in the house until "1936._____________ BATHROOM; FOR sows Asked if he had participated in "investisratina" other prisoners of war. Wolf replied negatively. REFUSES TO ANSWER Asked if the day before being transferred to Neys he and the pre- ceding -witness had been together PerzenowsM, Wolf asserted, "I refuse to answer that." "Why'" asked Mr. Gow. "I give an answer to that, he would not explain why he could not. "Did vou see Perzenowski the aay before you left for refuse to arswer PARENTS AND ELEVEN ST JOSEPH. 111.. May nself answer- bathroom for sows only is a feature ir after it ap- j Of tfce fa-rowing house on the ._ _ Waii3Ce p. Mills farm. It's com-, piece roth running water, soap pahs medicated cils and fancy brushes Mills explained all his sows are bathed and scrubbed carefully few days oefore farrowing. CHILDREN" EVICTED formerly expressed enthusiasm for story said, the work and personalities of, the leaders." SPREADING RCMORS T-RANKFURT., May Germans were sentenced to Stutt- gart prison yesterday for spreading rumors that Polish Jews were slauehtering German girls and sell- ing their flesh or. the black market. Two received sfcc-month jail terms. The third got four-month, sus- pended, sentence. DISCUSS ILLEGITIMATE CHILDREN OF SOLDIERS HUGE MAY DAY PARADE MOSCOW. May1 (iP> authorities estimated today approximately persocs par- ticipated in Moscow's May day par- number ever to take part. The largest previous May dat- the bered marchers, authorities said. May Z- With and United States on maintenance of children of Canadian and erican soldiers in this LMBttjr ha-re been opened by the. Brtttok government. State Minister Philip Nod-Baker said yester- day in the house of ASK "RULE OF WrSJriFEG. May pub- lic meeting, sponsored by the Progressive party as a. May rally, last night passed a" resolution, (jeploriug the "continuance of eminent by order-in-councir" and. demanding of the su- premacy of parliament and the law in the governing of DOUBLE WEAR v ALSO MOWN BILTRIT WILL NOT SUP ASK FOR THEM BY NAME "GIRL No. 217" and "CRAZY KNIGHTS" OTTAWA. May hi" in the Ottawa district by tne May-dav musical chairs moving, dilemma was an unidentified man who informed town council in near- by Eastview. Que.. last night tnat i he his wife and 11 children nad _ been forced to spend tha night on; the street. Mayor Dosat Grand- i maitre offered the family iinmedi-; ate use of a bungalow he owns in j the vicinity, and offered to move their furniture at the town's ex- pense. heavily the speed- ster got away. GOVT. DEPOSITS DECREASE OTTAWA. May 2. t? Dominion government cendsits decreased S __ ___ ine Wolf and the permission was granted. Wolf refused to answer when asked U he kr.ew a certain pris- j oner of war. j He declared "no" when asked if: he had been engaged in. "an in- of Lehmann. "Was Lehmann In your estimation LORDS ACQUIESCE LONDON, May 2 (C.P. bouse of lords Wednesday gave second ine to the jOTermnent bill re- pealing the 1927 trade disputes act checking general strikes withont the stormy opposition that some Labor supporters said they had expected. There r.o drrision. CONSTIPATED LIVERISH? TAKE BEECHAM'S VEGETABLE LAXATIVE PILLS BEECHAM'S PILLS I TODAY TILL SATURDAY J r asked Mr. Gow. PAL HOUUDW GROUND BLADES ARE FLEXIBLE IN THE RAZOR to during week ended May 1. the Bank __ Canada reponed today in its week- a ly financial statement. j njy opinion Lshmann was a Chartered bank deposits increas- trailer" declared Wolf, the witness ed to S524.373.000 and j was asked what German arcnv r.otes in circualtion decreased training dictated should be core i to 51.114 "a traitor" and Wolf j BACK TO NORMAL TTME N CITY. Mq.. May 2. happened v order each traitor was to be krled." to He ,.pi The cuizens are going to get back that hour they lost five days i ago The citv council has changed ajco refused to five replies mind about 035 Hgbi saving time if he ?roew had hap- Iced, the crown prosecutor, .refuse to answer that." I and voted to go back to standara pened to Lehmann and ne .s Tnm-ninir ndicated to ?none time Wh.n your razor damp, a tight hold on a new Pal blade the edge slays thanks to hollow grinding. Follows facial contours clean with feather teach. For "master-barber' shaves get PAL HOLLOW 4 for for COMMITTED FOR TRIAL MACKLIN. Sasic., May i Jacob Braumberger, district farmer charged with the murder of his neighbor, Olaf Gunderson. was com- mitcd for trial at Wilkie, Sask., when he appeared in court here at a preliminary hearing Wednesday. Gunderson died April 12 from a gusj- shot wound in the chest, on the farm ._, of the accused nine miles east "pure common sens? ne i had reached that decision during j ___ told or indicated to ?nyone what had happened to Lehmaan. "Why don't you answer these ss'ced Mr. Gow. j "I have been accused of having j committed a murder with three comrades at the same place at the same time, and I cannot appear as j a witness." "Who told vou you could not ap pear as a Wolf replied that reasoning was CROSBr HERfift IlieBdlsof Added Disney Colored Cartooe "Pluto's Kid Brother" Latest World News TOmORROUl mgue Romance! JIEXMDM DUMAS' The 7iyhting mum ruxin imi IHKE jem mm MCMKM maun HIT NO. Z "AMBUSH TRAIL" With BOB STEELE RAY MILLAR ;