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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THftSE Churchill Thinks Prussia Worst By ROMSEY WHEELER AMSTERDAM. May Winston Churchill, expressing hope that the future may eventually see a united states of Europe, said to- day he would favor a partial fed- eraiioa of democracies as begin- ning. Britain's prime minis- ter told a press conference, have in mind oae combination of all Eu- rope." "If you can't have all at the first beginning, you may have to aiid to the orgaiusm as you go he added. Mr. Churchill, puffing a cigar, talked for 20 minutes to Dutch edi- tors at the Royal Palace in Amster- dam, vrhere he is the guest of Queen Wilheimina. He expressed "grave anxiety" over the future of beaten Germany, and with a faint smile, he added: "I asn not in position to propose a I would have had a policv-." PRUSSIA DANGEROUS To ouesiions nut by Dutch jour- nalists! Mr. Churchill said he had long held the opinion that Prussia tras ihe most, dangerous pare of Germany, and commented: -I would have begun by separat- ing Prussia from the rest of Ger- manv. I would immediately have introduced a milder regime in the rest, of Germany and kept strict vigilance on Prussia, which is the most, malignant, oart of the former reich." There were Germans in the reich "and we must live with them." "Industries which make modern war posiible must be subject to ceaseless he said. "I would wish to see the Germans earning their cwn living as quickly as possible. We should be foolish to handle our affairs so as to pre- vent them from earning a living and then take the bread out our mouths to feed them." Harry Leader, M.P., Diet At Portage P.F.R.A. Doesn't Operate In Manitoba OTTAWA, May Rene Jutras (L, Provencher) suggested last; nighs In the commons that Manitoba be exempted from the provisions of tae Prairie Farm As- sistance act "because we have given up hope of ever getting anything .He suggested the act be replaced, as far as Manitoba was concerned, with a sort of insurance scheme. Manitoba through the years had contributed one per cent on grain sales to the P.F.A-A. The contribu- tions were far greater than any benefits received so far. He suggested that farmers could continue paying in one per cent of grain sales, but that a sort of insurance scheme be established to cover hail and flood damage to crops. Agriculture Minister Gardiner said he was planning to introduce an amendment to the PJF.A-A- act to Dermit any province to withdraw which wished" to do so. This "would enable IJanitoba set up its own crop insurance scheme should it wish to take this action. THREE MEN BARRYMORE VAN JOHNSON MARILTM MAXWELL CANADIAN NEWS Flos ES CHARLES Rustlers of the Badlands LAST TIMES TONIGHT of the Kingdom" and "Miss Polly" HARRY LEADER. M.P. PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE. Man., May Leader. 65, vet- eran Liberal member of the house of commons for Portage la Prairie and one of ihe best-known of west- ern members, died at his home six miles west, of here Thursday night. He had been in ill health more than four years. He had been in Ottawa last fall for part of the parliamentary ses- sion which followed the 1945 gen- eral election but. his health forced him to return home before it ended. His condition progressively became more serious and in mid-January he entered hospitaL Son of an English father and an Irish mother who came to Western Canada in 1873, Harry Leader won his first seat in the commons by defeating the then prime minister of Canada, Arthur Meighen. The two candidates had been per- sonal friends for 20 years but in accenting his first nomination Mr. Leader said he would rather go down under the colors of the" Pro- gressive cartv which had chosen him than" win as the candidate of a party which he said was kept in oower'by the vested interests. FOUGHT CANCER FIGHT Prior to the liberal convention at Portage last May he announced his retirement and said he was go- ing to devote nis time and talent to assisting cancer research work. Is was this disease which caused his death. His supporters, however, urged him to reconsider and he accepted the nomination- In the house of commons and elsewhere he earned a reputation as a vigilant and aggressive fighter for the farmers. Ee himself had been a farmer most of his life, with outstanding success in grain grow- ing and livestock raising and his entries were consistent winners in eastern and western Canada fairs and exhibitions. He was president of the Canadian Aberdeen Angus association in 1930 and a director for many years. He was a member United church. Eis widow, a son. Thomas, recently discharged from the Cana- dian army, and two daughters, Mrs. W. F. L. Hyde of Winnipeg and Mrs. EL E. Burke of Portage la Prairie, survive. THREE VACANCIES OTTAWA. May of Harrv Leader, Liberal member of parliament- for Portage la Prairie, brought the number of vacancies in the commons to three. Ic was the second death of a member of parliament within a week. Wallace B. McDonald. Lib- eral member for Pontiac, died at Chapeau, Que., May 2, and the other vacancy was caused by the retirement from office last month of Hon. Herbert A. Bruce. Progres- sive Conservative member for To- ronto-Parkdale. Present standing of the commons is: Liberals, 124; Progres- sive Conservatives, 65; C.C.F., 28; Social Credit, 13; others 12, and vacancies three. Prog. Cons. Party Meeting Called Plans were formulated at a' meeting Thursday eight for the an- j nual convention of the Progressive j Conservative Association of the! federal riding of Lethbridge. This j convention will be held May 22 when the election of officers, hear- ing of reports, etc.. will be dealt j with. An address mil be given by i Rupert Ramsey, leader of the Pro- gressive Conservative partv in Sas- i sets in aiotwa katchewan and former dean agnculture at the University Saskatchewan. The meeting for four o'clock. DEW1TT MacKENZtE SAYS Churchill Plan Comes at Time Of Grave Crisis Gardiner Answers Packers On Beef OTTAWA, May Highlights In The News A delegation of Canadian attended by culturtsts en to the interns-; British and American army ana tional conference of agricultural> navy officials, producers in London Position Of Sask. Is Not Hopeless Winston Churchill's dramatic pro- posal of a "united states of Europe, aboard the liner The archbishop of Canterbury in-i night in a stamen: the Domestic) _ ISble P Packing and Fiocessors Association Sain; j Church of England clergymen to of Canada "should get their facts was" committed injbe- givea pecsiocs so that their in- before coaimeniing upon M-w Trial for sconce might nos be less toaa made if ant j a statement issued by the associa- High X. NemeroS. j of markets at A year at Bevm Attacks, Russia's Stand The statement said it important to find seme of reaching an agreement thai ,.ea_ i raake taxation lanoecessarx rflQTi XO 2LSCX1OC IflO temporary collapse of the confer- ence. "It should be seat fa mind that iJ ihf conference fails completely and no agreement, is reached it Tsdil not 'ot due :o the hard-heaneaness of ihe centra! provinces but also to PARIS. May in- sistence on full agreement amors: the Big Four before eaUirig of a France in her agony appealed to i cQuivale- 'o s-ices European peace conference was oe- Germany for peace, his government, p-ices- offered to conclude a "solemn act of union" with France. This pro- j .1__: OJl WOUiU Ul scribed in today's session of the for- eign ministers as a "veto on per- mining the nations which took part in the war to express their views" on the treaties, a British source said. This source qaotJd Foreign Sec- retary Bevm as attacking: the So- viet stand during the mornings two- tspHled into the gutters of Portland's Siamese twins weaken- Ontario's wealth is the product of s Attlee Declare Canada Informed ans its hour council session. j analysis A second meeting was scheauled pecially of :h for this afternoon in an effort to the east and work out an agreement, on the pro- thai Russia, bv bringing virtually posal of State Secretary- Byrnes of eastern Europe and the Balk- proposal to convoke a 21-power peace conference lor June 35. A United Slates-source said Mr. Byrnes also opoosed the Soviet stand and said" the four govern- ments had a resaonsibilitv before the world to see that, the treaties written and to safeguard the rights of the countries which par- ticipated irt the war to have a say in "the treaties. Mr. Byrnes suggested that the ministers set a definite date for the conference now and then continue working in Paris in small, informal sessions to try to narrow down the measure of disagreement between them, prior to the conference. jected the actual merging of oae One wisiies us sh? It could be bouah: "oy one buyer i partinent has ordered an embargo; emDlovrnent officer. preauer stated. federal scven-menc reitses to sign an agreement with the seven prov- inces wro are wj'ir.g to do so. then goiemmer.t cf Saskatchewan ass far power to tax of wealthy corporations be- fcre they leave the province, she eo ita a western .coalition and then to co-ordinate the two. The Briand going states of Europe as a whole and that he would work through the League of Nations, of which he was a strong supporter. His idea was to form an economic union nrst at a higher price than another on parcel post shipments weighing; trip annual meeting could pay without making it neces-- more than 11 pounds, with certain i vz-iuaae sary to sell above she retail ceiling.; The embargo was jjor> ANOTHER STATEMENT i ordered as a result of the coal strike i OTTAWA. May and curtailment of rail service. I Bryce commercial acdvirv since 1329. Plans to re-open the Hudson Say route were revealed here last nighs following a joint meelinE of the Hudson'Bay Route Association diagonal separating the two, tended by members of boards of submission of La Ligue. trade from, various parts of Sas- Du Drapeau National of Quebec. I katchewan. 3. A white essisn with a red i----------------------------------------" maple leaf in a red circle in ly liked the submission of Donald Baird of Tnrro. NS.. 2. A flag, composed of red and white triangles bearing a green maple leaf in the centre of the flv -and bearing four diagonal blue submission of J. W. Leroy of Summerside, P.EJ. to pro- One Ox MTJRDFRFD CHILD CniLU funeral serv- i the four absentees was Naval At- tache Capt. Kurt Meyer Koenner. i Govi. Broadcasts Alberta Chemical Plant Is Logical CALGARY, May E. Mac- Bonald. executive officer of the International Nickel Company of Canada. Ltd.. said here enterpris- ing Albertans should ccnsider the development of a large chemical: industry based on the province's' coal resources. The com- ATTI.EE TO STALES' LONDON. May the Stsi anni- tersary of Germany's de- Prime Minister Attlee seat a message of caagrata- lations to Prune Minister Stalin of Russia, saying: '-The utter defeat; of our com- rcon enemies has opened the way to coUaboratioa is peace." A jjiey rciv wnn conjiccnce noi oiuj- on the but on the just char- ices were neld yesteraay_ for three- j year-old Joan Smith, blond, blue- i eyed of a brutal murder., OTTAWA. May acter of the abidir.- principle and unchaiiging policy of the Soviet on- _., __.- policy of eo.uaiiTy and cointiutted, police say. by a mac- broadcasts sponsored friendship between oeoples." Pravda. official newspaper of the Communist party, also u-amed about reactionaries end the danger j of a new war. The Red Army, it said, is continuing its vigilance. departments and .-ailed totals S430.9S9 j early. K was clis- j tei, last j CICSPQ ir. a return tabled in the Uraniamite Found at Kaslo NELSON. B.C.. May J. Curie or B.C.. reported that' his he had obtained proof that ore he pioneer of Mina.o. discovered in the Slocan country 12 i years ago is ipitch-j Joan was abducted near her home at Saturday night, her skull crushed against a giant bouicer. The mo- Most expensive govenirnerit-spon- tfve is laiknown and rso arrests i sored broadcasts are two put on by have been made. the prices board. "George's Wife" the simple chapel service, the is broadcast weekly at ana little white casket was flower-bank- the French-language broadcast _Le ed, ar.d amon; the wreaths was one Rancourt" signed "Skippy.- Purpose pf these -broadcasts, it jwas Skippv was" Joan's dog. a constant I explained, was to keep playmate, and the flowers nere sent people informed OA prices Leonard Hoist, a i regu.auons. plete cestruction of the huge I. G. Farben industry in western Ger-: manv left a big gap in world com- merce for that kind of enterorise. and Alberta seemed ideally suited' to fill the gap. he said. Dyes, plastics, fuels, drugs and _r i many other chemical products could be processed from coal, said' and a-eTcVesiMr- MacDonald. The main thing and fceep m was shipping .he output in as nearly a finished slate as possible, thereby cutting down on freight bills. OPPOSE NEWSBOY CURB TKOBE MALAX ACTION ore of radium. taken from ures of the ore provided the proof TREATY BE3LGRADS. May Marshal Yugoslav that ore is radio active, he said. It _ was no; :t tecarne kr.own that uranium was being used in atomic bo'.rsb? that Mr. Curie, o-s-r.er of several mines in the Slocini district. decided to take steps to prove ,ha. ore He said the deposit, was "pronus- ins" but other thars that he would give no information as to ihe extent j of his or sis location. Mr. Curie first exposed recks from the deposit to a photographic SASKATOON, May of Saskatchewan has created problems." Dr. J. S. Thomfor.. prt'i- deni and vicc-char.ceilor. at i CAPETOWN. May 1__The Africa house of assem- nas agreed to set up a select, f commi-.tee to crobe allegations Dr. D. F. Mafcm. Nstiorialis. leader. task.' wi'h Oemian LONDON. May pro- posed Glasgow city government to give local authorities ihe right to regulate newsboys' sales in pub- lic streets was opposed by both Con- scrvatives and Labor members in the house of commons last night. The members who srsoke against it descobed the measure as interfer- ence with "the free sale of news." which the house was told was "ab- solutely to the continuance' a democratic community." Fills Helped ny Sore Back" says Montreal man. hatt rbfumatic aches and stiff could hardly up offer bending. A friend aJixstd Gin Pills now fm ever S9 MontreaL For ciore this 4o Gia Fills hiTe broojan relief so of Rheumatic Backache, Sciatica, Lumtugo- Get i juckige ttxUjr- Megutar tixc. MM. ihe con-.ocauer. service here tocay. agents during :he war.__________i [Playing TODAY TILL SATURDAY) film. Slocan cour.try north of DALEY MENTIONED FOR AUSSIE AIR POST Street Chase Ends MELBOURNE, Australia, T e from va- In Ueatn Ot May rious parts of the empire, including Canada, have ap- plied for the position of gen- era! manager or secretary of the Australian airhncs commission, which will operate the first govern- ment-owned and controlled intenia! airlines in Austra- lia. One iieme mentioned for general manager is that of W. J. Daley of Winnipeg, general manager of Trans- Canada Airlines. CHULA VISTA. Calif. May !0 i a ypociacular street, chase I which apparently climaxed a lovers' national quarrel. Warren McCuIloch. 2-5. on i Tiiursdav and killed his fiancee. Shirley Jo 20, then ended I his ovn I'.'c, police reported. Witnesffs to'ld police that the j woman cmd: V! "Help rne! Help me! He has a gun! He's going to kill McCullocli overtook her and fired the fatal then turned the gun on himself, his body crumpling over that of Miss Mosher. ADDED 'This Is Our Canada" Screen Snapshots Color Cartoon CAMT01 A FAMOUS TMIATKI GIVE BOOKS OW FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRE TICKETS for MOTHER'S DAY ROXY TODAY AND SAT. LIFE WITH THE BUMSTEADS WAS NEVER FUNNIER! 2 SWELL HITS CUKES STANETT. SHOW FOR THE FAMILY ;