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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ATTEMPT FXECTROCUTE NEGRO PROVES FAILURE More Attention To 3 R's Needed May 4. der the hood. negro who sur-1 it oSl being "snapped to tfee juji faavteg tae switch thrown. SSl that "it tickled. little but "Take i: off! Take Mar More emphasis 02. tfse "Three R's needed ia provincial junior high schools a conference of the Manitoba School Inspectors The Day In Parliament (Bv The Canadian Press.) Early Ranching History In South Country Recalled In Road Case In connection the road al-f lowance lease rental case of province of Alberta versus the In The ccnuaoas the intvre Ranching Company Canadian loan to Britain. which operates extensively The senate will not sit. ftrluelirposes of Magratn; "and in which' judgment 'of BEEFEATERS (Continued from Front PsgeJ citizens who te: these hurt most hart ____ _ _ .____ ;ores- end supply------- _. arrivals cf Jive cattle a: Sprotde mo: head Acting District Fire Chief isroule said that trie first 10 seats the street car -The inter- DEWiTT MacKENZlE SAYS the defendant company was above YELLS rXDER HOOD continuing or repeating ed through.- i issued to other government or gov- j Quoting from the judgment: complained had all been removed i "Tfee defendant has since the 9th the bizsrre csse. _._Titis was convicted of Andrew T. Thomas, s Si. Martirs- druggist. ssroanded attendant by Will US. See Occupation Of Nazi Ended? Paris correspondent of Tass, Russian official news agency. in analyzing State Secreuury Byrnes'. eutroposal lor a lour-poaer SATURDAY, MAY i US. Congress Has Isolation Trend The facts are, says the judgment, that one William H. Mclntyre came to Alberta in 1834 and acquired the described in the statement just as rigid as the proposals. mentioned. The plainuif ,ha_ that the defendant has since the of claim other than j said 9th day of July. 191S. surround- on j ed tte said lands including the i i said road allowances a. ecu- He spoke filter Prime Minister tiauous boundary jence wbica. fence and the I Mackenzie Kmg announced Pre- j crosses ail tfce said read allowances zaier Duplessis of Quebec had ME at. the boundary lae of the deiea- ___, V-A. _, vital i beneath liie zrouev were an On- SaSeTafter the he the conference csscussiOns. dant's properties. The piamtiff ilr. Garson said Premier Drew 1 further alleges that since the saic of Ontario had wondered his 9th dav of 191S. and until province's views ti-ere given so :he said 19ta day of March. 1945, the defendant has bv sufferance of He should realize wealth and power the plaintiff, included, used and oc- country were concentrated cupied with his own lands for the purpose of far S were transferred to the defendant. ing probably eis still ._ the> do the retailers can't seJ at values. and ranching operations these Jsnds until 1918. In that year tise McJnrve pqnfhing company Ijmit- ea. the "defendant nerein. incor- porated and on July 9th, 1918, Wil- liam H. Mdatyre transferrec the sasd to the corporation. Since that date the said lands have been owned and operated by the defen- dant. William H. Mclntyre cied some little time after these lands in Alberta, the range prov- ince where steaks roam the grass- lands on the hoof, and to a iesssr extent in Manitoba, was zne meat situation considered fair. THE MEAT PICTURE By areas, here is iccays meat n'cturest oa hand, many butcher shops closed or sold out in the shoptsns cav's early hours. fEmine has arriv- to droo and the beef sit- i ,ne ._ack gug the air nation, so savs J. D. Cornett, chair- j mlh a pungent pcor.- can o' meat dealers divisioa. is -winter said that, one ma not hopeful. SEARING BLAST (Continued Irom at driving." AH passengers were rescued be- _ fore the street car was destroyed by :he fiames. They were lain on the -ed. Refrigerator counters in mess payment and taken into nearoy citr retail shops aUr-OSE bare. Late sirenien and police ana cosBf expect to so with- out' customs steaks and otner Sunday dinners. Beef practically unknown. _ Saini fa shorter-thaa- usual suooly but still avaflahle ana. advertised by stares. Storage Iamb beginning TO run out. __ real meat shortage but beef not as plentiful as usuaL STo overall meat snort- To all Car and Truck Owners WE OFFER ONE-STOP SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF CARS AND TRUCKS At jnodemlj equipped, expertly staffed Serriee De- partment you wffl find EVERYTHING NECESSARY ter prompt, satisfactory ear and truck serrfcingr. Whit- janr Tehicle save time and trouble by see- ing- to first for one-stop jenice! Beny Chevrolet- Oldsmobile Ltd. Chevrolet, Olftsmobile Cats; Cherrolet and Maple leaf Trucks Sales aad Service Two locations: "ttt Street 5-7 Phone 4055 for serrice anc _ citissns adminisrsrec first aid they were taken in relays to nearby hosoitals. The interior of the flaming street car was a scene of heroism and su.- fering before ail passengers were extricated. Those who were burnea were lifted out by oihers smashed through the windows w fall to the street with injuries. TVo of the ijassengers aaTres climbed back into the street car to help bring out people too badly burned to escape by their efforts. Kuttt a trained nearbv trhen the crash oc- curred, said the truck and the en- tire front section of the street car hsd been taken out of the street car burned off f.. doTm. He TTSS on the roacwaj his face horribly bumec. CroTTds that fiocked to the scene told a cheeitng crowd of upon his return from the rental or compensation, for the sise helped remove passengers. were pulled through tae with their clothes on Sre. ana bv storekeepers "and regents sup- plied blankets and clothing to com- fort the injured and help smother Dominion provincial eoafereace 1 and occupation of the said read the fiames. polio cars transportee the in- jured to hospitals. DOliflONMAY to countrv. they created the constitution which today. vesterday. recognizes equal to the contracting ter ci enclosing road allowances under consioeration by Mr. Mc- Intve and by the Department ol Public at intervals from 1901 Beaches the conclusion that ,t ioois as if this "signifies pre- parations to reject the fundamental Obligations undertaJten by the Allies is j regarding the tolgocSzpation of Germany with the aim of actually destroyiug tne roots and base of German militar- United States obterren generally have not. seen this move tne wjy he Tass representative does- On the contrary it has been taken ms a gesture of assurance that tne rjnued States does Intend to see the ?fcing through, and does not in- tend to withdraw Into isolation. AGREEMENT What Mr. Byrnes proposed to the conference of foreign ministers in Paris is a four-power agreement (Russia. Britain. France and tbe United States) for the supervision OT Germany for at least 25 years after the present occupation. This would be calculated to ensure that German forces are disbanded, that the Gestapo and like organizations are destroyed and that there is no manufacture of military material. The treaty could be renewed for. an- other 25 years. Foreign Secretary Bevin of Bri- tain and Foreign Minister Bjdault of France supported Mr. Byrnes' move to have the treaty inserted in By CLYDE BLACKBtTRX (Canadian Press Staff writer.) WASHINGTON. May 4. W Congressional catering to whatever isolation sentiment exists ia hearts of Americans has been no- ticeable in the handling of two im- portant legislative measures approaching final disposition. These the loan to Britain and the budges bureaus reouess, for to finance the state department's office of in- ternational information and cultural activities. 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