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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY THREE mum MORE ACRES WHEAT1NCANADA OTTATTA. Mar Canadian fencers hare indicat- ed they plan to seed approxi- taore acres to wheat this year than last, boost- in- the all-Canada wheat acreace to against in the Dominion Ircreaa ct reported to- day. is wrll advanced in "the provinces. iure conditions are jenerallr- fair. The fcurean ihe increase TT-mSd be obtained "tersely at the expense" of oats, barley usd Decreases were bv Saskatcheu-an Ontario -srhlle 3- John Diefenbaxzer Cen- it was enclosed. 10452 N.R. A jaLA. men remain in uniform in A A I H X Canada. are st-11 abroad and: 1 are on extended leave as of Manitooa -jicicratec an increase. -ablec. by Defence Min- acreage jg.g... the last maKd at inth i ShO-ied that a total off i last year. in- 155.043 persons -srere called uj> for j dicated sumsierfaDj-K- of service under N JtJM-A overseas ser- liOARRESTS 1 (Contis'-ad from Frort eserjo'iori selicy and of "number S.500 "vere sent J overseas. PROTESTS REPORT I OTTAWA. May 9 Probe City? pro- er tha- 1945 acreage ba left unchanged s.' acres to permit an Increrse m screase "sJaver ndocbtedlv 1 tures cc la- J of sane. said" Irispec-er T H. Wright Mr. Probe the "oavioas as- coarse ?rairs end sinnmerfaUc-sr of Toronto, special invars- persici" in ire report was tni' the Tv-e co'iference acceated the nga'cr IT charse of trie case s comnuttee se: us to exaouse economies money rae-da-on 1 He scid tsere are no indrrc wsfjiiwl Uons by operators to a welfare fund I before "f.t will discuss demands re- latins to hoars of work, and of pay LOOK TO TRUMAN anxious ejes are looking to the tt'oite House for action by President Truman to force resumed, production in idle coal mines, the; president has been reluctant to act. s If he takes over the mines the. striking miners may refuse to work for the government and that would rai.e an issue the administration 1 to face. The president said last week that a strike the government 1 nould mean the end of government. Tne general belief is that Mr., Leais. vi ho is apparently nrmly supported bv union associates, I and followers. would successfully, Jus rien to stav aviav from I the pus even if government i took ever. 1 It aspeared likeiv that the only wsv to" halt the disastrous crippling of industry and public' services would be tarouaa some extraordir-ary action by the presi- j dent I Mr. Truman has called a press s conierence for today wncn it is i PASSES CHURCHILLCALLSFORFORMAT10N OF UNITED STATES OF EUROPE AMSTERDAM, May the two concepts and who condemn Churchill today called for for- mation of a united states of Europe in an address to the Netherlands parliament. Britain's a-artime prime minister said he saw "no Ose guardianship there should not arist- nationalism in an effort to the world w a oattem for material satisfaction alone. Triey pervert the noble sentl- _ __ ____ ments "of patriotism to the hideous reason win under aggressive expansion of old Sup of a world or- 5 imperialism, and to the obliteration E. P. FL1NTOFT. K.C. MONTREAL. May P. Fta- 400.000 MEN LAID OFF The Association, of Aciencan Hail- the muted states of Europe, both of the east and of the liest. shich will unify this continent in a man- ner never known since the Roman Empire" "It will give >ou prosperity, jus- tice and peace." he told his ap- p-aucing audience. "These suecia! alliances benveen (nations, far from weakening the 'structure of the United Nations, should make the United Nations m- icmsable and he de- clared. GUARANTEE FOR FEACE Britain's 20-year treaty of friend- ship with the Soviet Union "aill also be a guarantee for peace." Mr. Churchill said, "We welcome Paciiic Railway, died Wednesdav in his 66th year, "after several months i__ ____ ____ illness- A native of Sarma, Ont_ j with Prance" and expressed the Hgtie. to ihe parliament la ll Mr. Churchill, his and daughter. Mary, been the guests of Queen as the palace oversHght. Crerar Urges Immigration OTTAWA. May T. QUert to April 30 The over-all increase in wheat. acreaee was 3.035.SOO acres, or !3 RIGHTS I INCREASE the urov- i 3.265 WO acres, ereater, (Continued rrora Frorit: Page.) j taari the T.K increase for all responsibility in a shadow cabinet: aca because of a c.e- thcee hs'-trs real respoas-a-liry to crease of seres in Ontario's carry out security of the coun- j fall whest seeding. try." I Saskatchewan's share !n the in- Mr. St reference to creased acreage was the "shadow cacmet" csrrr seres. Aloerta's wss S55- he had Mr. Disfen- and Mari-toba's baker was ins mimster of jusnce Sssrsssed as aercenKse aicreases designate in the shadow cabinet. verv' orer the 1S45 seeded acreage. Man1.- i of _tne taba's estimate increase to oer cent, with SssSstchewan s-d Alberta each showing an jr> crease oer cent art iCC-F. How. The Sas- ever, he felt tnat Mr. Diefennaier's as from cor- amendment was too restrictive as returns -were revised to the rights of Csriadians SearLer sragesnoa that -he proper' i place to raise the matter vras i raeetsrgs arc. not in the commcns. At Tuesdav's meetirig of the ndr.ures committee Gorcon Is-; nor chair- j man. said he had inquired of tne i formation and it been estimat- j ec at I Mr Frobe said he had asked for! breakdown of some ugures on J cles and the information tabled. covered a wide variety of articles j KING VICTOR EMANVEL NAPLES. May Victor Emanurf. 75. formally aouuced the throne he held for 45 >ears and sailed away into exile tonight. He was accompa- nied bv Queen Elena and they boarded ihe cruiser Duke of Abruzzi. CroKti Prince Humbert, iiho at his father's direction has been acting as lieutenant-gov- ernor of the realm, is expected to assume the title of Humberto IL Italians will June 2 on whether to continue the mon- archy. Mr. Mitchell said one group of 680 was due to leave May 22 and remainder of 900 would leave i aSreeVorTtrle-eSSed- ie- j nt be j paring the information. Mr Stew- j dowrrsrarc for publica- ___ i maae up 5f those who elected to as a result of tne strike. John D Small, civiUan procuc- aamimstra-or. issued warning aoout emergency coal stocks. His statement did not mean tnat tne United Stites would run out of soft I coal in 12 hours. It re- ferred mereiv to emergency stocks unce- control of the government, but Mr. Small emphasized that tne whole situation a "critical. In some areas, ne added, there is not suf- ficient coal "to maintain even tne most vital services" CONSPIRACT BOSTON. Mav federal grand jury Wednesday indicted an association. i3 corporations and four individuals on charges of consniracy to 5i. ara.trary and non-compeu- t've prices and to monopolize sale and distribution of soft coal in tne Greater Boston area, in violation of tbe Sherman anti-trust act. ON 10-DAY BASIS (3y The Canadian Press.) fcoeve- san the record year tosee some defminon arid Saskatche runs ner cent each. Nova Scotia. Gnebee ana Ontario oat seeoings un bv four, sis and four per cent respectivelr while the other prormocs showed little or no change. The intended, barley acreage for afl Canada was placed at __, ______ against in 1945, down eignt the "Manitoba Free Press the deportation of persons of Ja- panese engirt in. Canada. Mr. Diefenbaker had held forth on the for a free press, for freedom of religion and for other freedoms. At one moment ne had "throbbing breast GRAIN PRICES (Continued rrom Front Paee.) justified by actual Tn-'-5 had cev6loped st a time when the situation "alreadv had been un- dermined by factors attributable to the WANTS LONG PLAN WASHINGTON. Mr. Mitchell said most of those going back now were m interior British Columbia, Aloerta. Mani- toba and Ontario. All arrangements had been completed for their move- ment to the coast. Deportauoa of others was foeicg deferred pending a decision from the rjnvy council on orders provid- ing for "their denortation. Meantime the department is tiro- ceecUag with the dispersal of _______ otner Japanese to various parts of John Orr. director general of the j Canada where they would be en- tFruted Natiocs food and gnculture gaged pnmanly in agriculture and organization, called last nignt for an international four or five-year plan for tile long pull against ner cent. I Manitoba's seeding intentions n-1 dicated a reduction of seven per cent, Aloerta per cent ana Saskatchewan 11 per cent. Quebec indicated a two per cent increase while the other provinces showed siiehtlT lower barlev acreages. The" intended 1946 3ax acreage was acres, uer cent -he 1345 total of Adoption of the bill of rights would" not prevent enforcement of tne war measures act. said Mr. St Laurent. The act had been passed jri 19H arid, had been left on tne statute books by all governments since Ke doubted if anyone would ask that the act be repealed He felt no one would wast to take the resoottsibHitT of repealing the war measures aci until the The world food situation is like- ly to remain critical teat long, he said. Sir John's aapeai was mace in invitation to member countries and tor a number of other interna- tional orgarazations astnng them to meeting here May 20 LEAVES SATURDAY LONDON, Mav Herbert llomson. lord nresident of the council, will leave Saturcav for Washington for talks with Presi- dent Truman on the world food j situanon, political quarters saia to- day. FIRST JAPS (ContinuejJ rrom pvont Page.) In cases where uarents wan. to be reoatnated, children under 16 must accomuany them irrespective of their own'wisnes. Cailoren aoove that age mase their decisions for themselves and. K is learned, most of them nave decided against going to Jsoan with their parents. Practically all of the children in- cluded in tae repatriation group were com in Briusn Columbia and received m this country what schooling they nave. Most of tne parents were bom in Japan. Some of the parents explain they "want to go back home and spend our last cays ttere and die in the while others say they want -to return to Japan because "we want to see and oe with our relat-ves aeain _ LEAVE THIS MONTH OTTAWA, May Approxi- mately 1500 Japanese returning to Jaoaa from Canada voluntarily, will leave late this month. Labor Minister Mitchell tooay informed the commons lumbering. Only a limited number were being sen; w> each place. DEADLOCK (Continues rrom Front Pase.) comes down the extent to which the Domiaion will have to occutiy the income and coroorancn tax fields" DL'AL TAXATION SEEN VANCOUVER, May S ier John Hart said in an interview he fears the British Columbia tax-- payer wJl pay dual income taxes years here pnor to his retirement He called for affirmation "of the in February of 1945. Mr. Flintoft sanctity of smaller states" lo'aed the CP.R. as assistant to the "The duty of large powers in the solicitor at Montreal sn 1908 after J moGem world is to see that these five vears of private practice in Waterloo. Ont as a member of firm of McBride and Flmtoft. __ are he said. "It Waterloo. Ont. as a of the js tjje purpose of the United Na- tions Organization to make sure that the force of right will be pro- tected by the right of force." "We hope that the western de- mocracies of Europe may draw to- 2 Soviet-Iranian agreement con- cluded on Aon! 5. Prince MozaSar Firous, Iranian propaganda minister, was not in j geiner m ever closer anutv. We his o9ice and a secretary said he trust that in due course trie nat- as ill. ural umtv and alliance between The Azerbaijan delegation, heao.- i ed by Premier Jafar Pishevan of the autonomous regime, arrived here two weeks ago to begin negotiations looking toward a settlement of Azernayan's differences with the vational government. Under tbe Apn! 5 agreement Russia recognized j the Azerbaijan problem as an "in- ternal affair" to be settled oy tne Tehran government. (.The cuspatch did not indicate Ontario mcustnal plants are whether Pishevari and his aides jef t Tehran report of the breakcown co- vvich a raoio broadcast froir operanng on a 10-dav basis and Great Lakes shiDJiug will be at a comoiete standstill in two unless the coal crisis is solved. It became evident that unless the United States strike is settled the end of this month will see critical effects on the Canadian economy. Reconstruction Minister Howe told the Darhament at Ottawa terdaj that while many large in- dustries nave enough stockpues for two or three months, ladustnes de- pendent on deliveries from whole- sales are threatened. Soft coal is available irom Canadian mmes m Nova Scotia and the west- ern provinces on an emergency Railways have two months supply m stockpiles. On the inland seas, coal dealers and shipamg men at the lakehead said last" night that unless the xabrsz Azeroaijan that -we caaitai, which ____________ have won our freedom by spilling pur own blood and we wiii not give it up." PARLEY COLLAPSES SEOUL. May American- Soviet negotiations icr establish- ment of a Drovisional Korean gov- ernment collapsed last night over the issue of free speech for Kor- Russian-Amencan commis- sion which had been meeting here for seven weeks adjourned without fj-nng a data for resumption of ne- gotiations and the Russian delega- tion racked its bags for departure A United States army press re- lease blamed the breakdown on eans. The press iii-iU. _ ___ Unit-d Stares strike >s quicklv Russian reiusal to deal with Kor- ended, a tie-up of shipping and of ean groups and parties opposed to manv other essennal" "services at I Alhed tnisreesaiD. the lakehead is inevitable many vessels have been tied up at lake ports. NONt TO SPAKE While tne government has rnorci to allocate wEstern soft coal for industries in eastern Canada fac- ing an emergencv, collierv ooerators a; Lethbndge said vesteroay, "we tary Byrnes will oe autnonzeo. sunnly have not got tne coal to make an announcement, spare" for general shipments to I Mr Truman also tola reporters Ontano Western coai nroducers i he had not heard about any dras- Britain and France may find re- affirmation in a new treaty We welcome every step towards strength and freedom taken by the French people" Churchill urged that the people of the cevise "those measures of -acrid security which will nrevent disaster." MEASURE OF DEMOCRACY The reality of any political de- mocracy could be measured on th? basis of its provision for free con- stitutional decisions and free elec- tions: freedom of opuuon. free op- position and free criticism of tfce government of the day. "Is there the right of free ex- pression of opinion, free support, free opposition, free advocacy and free criticism of the government of Mr. Churchill asked. Where nationalism means the lust for price and power and domina- tion "by force it was an evil, he con- tmuedL Where it means love of country and readiness to die for it, and the "gradual building uo across the centuries of a social enaty dig- nified by it was the firs; of virtues. There are thinkers today. Mr. Churchill concluded, who confuse CONTRACT AWARDED TO A. V. ROE CANADA, LTD. NOT YET A FAILCKE WASHINGTON. May President Truman, tola his conference today that he does not yet consider the foreign ministers' conference in Paris a raiiure. When the time comes mat it nas broken he said, State to after the present agreement -vslth j the federal government ends llarch have been getting more requests for coal from Ontario during tne past 31. 1S47. Mr. Hart, retTirning from, the Do- muuon-Provmciai conference toid reporters that BndsH Columoia faliy nreoared to accept s. com- The mel controller has ordered shipment of tons of coking coal from Mountain Park. Alta, to industries at Hamilton, Ont. Toronto ooard of control has already received recommendations that heat be cut off in large otuld- mgs Some Toronto tneatres have already reduced temperatures by several degrees as z. conservation measure. Canadian collieries nroducea i.- Columbia" I B38.333 tons of coal m February, an per cent aver the mined in Feoroary, Bureau of Sta- conference and every effort was made to prevent the Ottawa meet- ing from encun? in failure. What the future held for British