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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1946 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD PAGE THREE DREW DEFENDS ACTION Of Ontario at Ottawa Conference ST. THOMAS, Ont. May "remler George. Drew last uigoi lold an audience it was not through ant- fault the province of On- tario that the provinces and tae Dominion xere unable to reach agreement at the Dominion-provin- cial conference in Ottawa. "You may have heard suggestions that Ontario and Quebec ma-e agreement difficult at Ottanra. he declared. "It not Ontario aad Quebec alone who unsnihng to acceps the Dominion's propasals. -Sovi Scotia. British Columbia. Alberta, all said emphatically that the proposals of the Dommion gov- eiiaient -were not acceptable. Every other province, too. raised sope ob- tectlons but expressed a arilUngness to accept in the interests of Caa- ada. Police Baffled By Tots Murder the capacity of the people of Ontario is limited. That would, be disastrous to all the people of Canada." .____... May L- still reverberated through area today as members WINSTON CHURCHILL BECOMES Sunken Death Car UUNE 7 DEADLINE SET ___________ _ _ _ _ mmn-vtrh V __ __ W FREEMAN OF WESTMINSTER CITY By GORMAN CRIBBENS I in creating ft true fellowship i Russia." 1 HOPEFTL FOK FRANCE Raised By Divers FOR SEAMEN'S STRIKE Af jP. Group Informed since the' there Will be a strong France and a jcquest B.C.. May I OTTAWA. May tomorrow i (pat) J. Premier Drew also said K was sometimes forgotten how much the provinces pay to the Dominion in taxes. The" federal government's own figures showed thai Ontano. with 32 per cent of the people in Canada, paid 48 per cent, of all tsscs collected by the Dommion. Ontario and Quebec paid 7T per cent; they with British. Columbia paid per cent. SIMMJE ARITHMETIC "It is no reflection on the remain- ing six provinces that they pay only 141- oer cent of the Dominion gov- ernments income. It is a matter of simple arithmetic." Ontario admitted having some advantage in having many of the headquarters of industrial concerns within its bounds, but that feature was emphasized too much. "The fact is that the bulk of the taxes and the wealth from which they are drawn are not obtained from special advansages but from the hard work and effort of the people who make use of the resources of the province. We must be careful we do not produce a situation in Junkers' Crop Prospects Good By EDDIE GILMORE KOBNIGSBEKC. May Farmers of East Prussia, the lana of she German Junkers which has become part of the Soviet Union, have done what appears to be a surprisingly gooc job of spring planting. Russian authorities give no offi- cial figures on planting, but as the firss foreign correspondent to visit this former capital of East Prussia I have been able to piece together a comprefcsnive picture of the situ- ation. "Crops are not going to be what they were before the war of course, a German told me." but everytninu considered, it won't be too bad.' Flying over East Prussia or.e could see visible evidence to up his prediction. Thousancs or square miles of farm 1-ind were tilled. The Russians have not as yet in- troduced their coUective-farm sys- of three police forces combed the coun'-rysidV for clues relating to Se brkital slaying Saturday night of pretty, blond three-year-old Joan Smith whose bruise-darkened bodj was found early Sunday not far from the summer home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H- EL Smith the slaying, termed -the cruelest thing I ever saw m mv life" by war veteran Ray Gus- taison who found her bocy m ihis lake of the Woods area some 110 miles east of Winnipeg, is even more baffling than the youngsters pyjamas and the method of her abduction. Co-xiner D. J. Mason of Kenora, Ont.. who examined the body, sam there was no indication of criminal assault. Activity in the case cenierea in Winnipeg yesteraay where v-spector J Storey of the Ontario provincial f police conferred wKb Royal Cana- Sdian Mounted Police and the Win- nipeg city police. jjanauno nver bridge cross- Seamen's Union Wi-C-> f leadSur- crash which last. Friday claimed today a deac A-.inent as-a. and a group of an- j parliament. _______.. deadline! "While strike action Wages oa fceen set for a. stnke; vow now being- taken In the tinion. ing crash wnica last, rricaj nounced today the lives of eight persons, f cur of o, 7 5 them children, when tee auto- j The wartime pr the assembled digmt: supreme hope and pr toward achieving to reach a good standing with Soviet the agency and United Nations." ____ "Cmlv m this way can catastrophe! dent that she has a grotnn? Ktt irt in fcStab- ait to olav in the lishment be he said. He asked the world to ponder "what happens if the United Na- tions themselves are sundered by an awful schism, a clash of ideo- logies and "Failure to find an r.nswer may lead the whole human race into a j unty new period of misery, slaughter j crowd outside and abasement more agonizing and j sedate welcome fatal than those which have twice gathered m been endured in the lifetime of j walled room most of us." I Abbev He called on "the English-sneak- j commons ing world and the western deiaoc- j during the war Drama Festival In Edmonton president, said proposals made hr i the executive of the Dominion Ma- nne Association for introduction of ithe three-'sratch, or eight-hoar day, system at. the star; of 1947 'estival imlcn. de- i The brief said the of SfpectorStorey said he couldn't, of Eurape to icova together ai any possible motive.' .Miule inspector T. R. Wright of me criminal investigation de- nartment of the provincial police --J to arrive here today To All Those Who Are Hard Of Hearing "Or have head noises" It will be of interest, to know that our special representative, T. Dale, from the Hearing Device Center Suite, 405 BIrks 31dgs. Vancouver, will be at, the address below, showing all that s new in Hearing Devices for 1946, from New York, Cleveland and Los Angeles, TJ.S.A. fully serviced in Canada, and sold at great saving. Especially the new small Va- cuum' tube types, with, automatic one extra gadgets, also several models of the New Small All-in-One Hearing De- Tices taas does away with the Battery Pack and at great saving, also all other models, (.Carbon type) small and light yet very efficient, priced from to S65.00, and the new Aural Exerciser, (See this) for the treatniens of head noise condition and deafness, and the Electric Vaporizer with formula, for the treatment of Catarrh, Sinus Pains, bad breath, caused by Catarrh. Accepted by The American Medical Association. You are invited to caH and test any of these instruments without, charge or obligation. Hours from 10 ajn. tin 8 p oaUy as below. (We make a liberal allowance for your present "To those who cannot call, write for booklets. Special for those only slightly deaf MMf-ElECTRIC-AIDS on ten days FREE TRIAL for one S10.00 for two till Friday. May 6 until May 10 only Inquire at desk for H. T. DALE Marquis Hotel Lethbridge Three German farmers, inter-' viewed without arrangement, by the Russians praised the Russians for realizing that East. Prussia is one of the best food-producing areas of Europe bv bringing a fairly large number of settlers into the district. Vancouver Taverns Given Check Up VANCOUVER, Mav of bottled beer by Vancouver taver- ans for outside consumption was banned Mondav because the parlors Meanwhile in this quiet resort area where such incicents were practically not even dreamed about, feelings of svmpathy were deep. "T cannot" understand said John Conchla, a neighbor of the Smiths. H. O. Weir, caretaker of Mmaki Lodge, said "It's unreal." The child's bodv was found in a clump of bushes about 100 jards from her summer cottage. Ker tiny feet bcre no trace of dirt or scra-ches ro indicate she was carried outdoors. Her body was bruised and Inspector Storey said "It looked as though someone had taken her decided not to remain open the bgE full 12 hours daUy now permitted A bv the shoulders and bashed her d against a rock.' i Alda Luduc. maid in the Smith under a return to pre-war conci- jjOme_ saja sne was in her room _ asleep and heard no noise during cnairman or tne h evenm when the child was ions. ____ W. P. Kennedy, chairman or tne j Ihe evening when the child was British Columbia liquor boarc. an- mvsterjousiv taken from the house. nounced the ban applying only to Vancouver parlors. The tavern operators said they lad nos sufficient, beer to remain open 12 hours daily. Mr. Kennedy, then announced if there is not enough beer for persons patronsz- the nremises, it would be "un- fair to "permit, sale for off-pre- mises consumption. Vancouver parlors have decided to retain the 2 pjn. wartime open- ing hour although, taverns in otner parts of the province have retum- ;d to the ajn. pre-war open- ing hour. Vice Premier Of Poland Popular fBy LARHT ALLEN) SZCZECIN fStettin) Poland. YOUR HEART WILL BEAT WITH A NEW EXCITEMENT! Tomorrow w THEKEYS OFTffH KINGDOM JOHN M.STAHL 1OSEPH L MANKSEWICZ A AND MISS POLLY 2nd Feature Road to Morocco ENDS TONIGHT 7. ijpt Polpnd's general elections date still is probably thev will be held some time next pre-electioneering seems to established the personal popularity of vice-premier Stanis- law Mikolajczyk. "Wherever tile bald, stocky, mild- mannered leader of the country's peasants goes he receives ovations that so far transcend anything yet given to President Boleslaw Bierut. Here in Szczecin Mikolajczyk seems to ".ave "swept the boards' in a two-dav celebration of the first anniversary' of Polish, administra- tion of die former German port citv AQkolajczvk travels extensively, for as minister of agriculture in ad- Adjourn Hearing OfGennanP.O.W. MHDICIKE HAT. Alta.. May hearing of Sgt. Walter Wolf. 3-year-old German prisoner-of-war who with four fel- low-pnsoners. is charged with the murder of another German. Karl. Lehmann, in internment carcu here j Sept. 10, 1944. was adjourned until Cnurchsll fcrai with s. his to the cehberate and he 27: and adin- audience. Wvatt. oifcft-i'c inras _ tfreVa ?d AJSerta croup -If an da" is tt ra- sed officers or owners don'- give .._ ..________ _ chill rose to speak uiforai'lly. bu1; a rock erabari it was several minutes befori he Carried by the couic: make his voice heard aboie< death car the barrage of downstream frcir where K entered pQr the water. Divers after numerous attempts, i Orames Nominated A. Leadership Wheat Acreage In Sask. Boosted j First Report Says Pay May 13 by Magistrate W. H. in paloce coarc today. Bruno Ferzono-vaki. 5rst of the i ,_ A %Ja.. for Eliis at the conciusiorT of his limmary hearic duled to take Wolf are Sgt.-M snd Sgt.-Maj. The request was made by' counsel, and were remanded 13 by his -Korship- Lethbridge. not in court this mormrig- It is understood that the will be taken to the Lathbntige jail -srhere they will be held until next Monday. Perzonowski is at present in iiSthbndge await- ing tnal. land. May ISM s? j was hoisted from the water. j "oTthe Salvanon i Arni- at art conference here Garbage Men i cVtSerine 3ramwen-3ooth of __________ London sranddauehter of the foun- 1946 of i4.100.COO increase 7.--C I cer of the Salvauon Array, also was of 36 per cent over trie area sowr: -rr-_ reccjnzieridins tie ex- ecunve tocav that ur.less tie gov- ernment acts one saonth from todav we wdi tJe up the -s-orks." The unlcri appealed raembers of to" use -heir InSuence :n an to ha-e eight-hoar day enacted said thev realized a tie- up would further complicate the coal shortage resulting tram scries HI Aaiencan auEes and would aiTecs post-war GIVE A BOOK OP FAMOUS TICKETS three had been sown. i i In the southern part of Saskat-. person. TO cent of DEWITT MacKENZIESAYS England Keeps Fingers Crossed On French Vote ity to keep tis political fences in good shape. CAN VICTORIA, May rnirty- four vears ago the late Albert Todc." mayor of Victoria, ofierea a