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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE Saskatchewan To Resume Taxation? MDGINA. Failure of t the Dominion-provincial coajerence j would force Saskatchewan to tax j corporations which make profits s here and pay taxes in the pro- rir-oe where their head office is j located. Premier T. C- Douglas said s here Thursday. The premier said in an inter- j it would be necessary to ob- tain a mandate from the provincial legieteiure before such drastic ac- tion could be taken. He reiumea bv from the Dominioa-provin- eUl conference at Ottawa and a two-day visit to New York. "Mr Drew boasted that the wealth of Ontario had been pro- duced by the brains and virility of its people, but statistics prove that a good deal of its wealth has produced by the brains and riniity of the western the premier said. The test of the Jew monies would be "whether the federal gov- ernment is going to allow nfae tail to wag the dog." The premier said seven provinces with the possible exception of Nova Scotia, had agreed to surrender taxes and it was now up to the federal government to make its ce- C Two alternatives were offered to solve the deadlock: 1. The federal government should put its offer in a budget speech and made the -agreement available to the provinces willing to sign, or 2. The provinces should insist on another conference being called in an endeavor to work oat an agree- ment for all if possible and for a majority if complete agreement is not possible. Failure of the conference wools tend to "balkanize" Canada. COSTS FREEDOM Show Goes On Despite "Rain" opening scene Thursday of Somerset Maugham's play "The Circle" was a -casriout. The on-stage automatic sprink- ler svstwa in the Jersey theatre was set off as the curtain rose and caught on valve of the system. The eight members 01 the cast- were drenched. The ceiling of the set feU to the stage, a goim belonging so Florence Reed was ruined -when water flooded the dressing rooms, and the audience of walked from the theatre. After a wait while police and firemen cleared the debris, the audlec.cs returned and the play went on as scheduled. Fortune Goes A-Glimmering SAINT JOHN. N.B, May tBud) Lloyd's hopes of re- ceiving a fortune of which he said lass week was left to him by a Mainp farmer, have been dash- ed to the ground, he admitted on Thursday. He revealed that the "law- yer" who, he said, had approach- Jap Movement From B.C. Rises WESKIPEG, Slay signs of what may be a mass eva- cuation of Japanese from reloca- tion centres ia interior British Co- lumbia with the eiacuees sacking new homes on the prairies and in Ontario are reported in a despatch from Slocan. B.C.. to the New Ca- nadian. Japanese-Canadian weekly published here. trickle of relocation is grow- ing into a steady stream and may yet grow into record mass evacua- tion proportions, if housing and suitable jobs can be provided in the said the Slocan report. From Lemon Creek. Slocan, New Denver, Greenwood and Tashma. where ihe Japanese were moved from the coast, there is an in- creased movement. Two hundred moved out in April, mostly for prairie districts and logging camps in northern Oniario. Most of the evacuees are Canadi- an born or naiuraiized. but Japan- ese-born, sail subject to deporta- tion, today are allowed to move east on a four-month permit- RecenUy resettlement allowances were increased to for married S45 for single persons, or those travelling with the family, and to minors. ftooin and Board I'AV MAHMS FAIR. PROGRESS, Bcesv--I-SQOCDE IOTHECWEMA LAST KKSHT AKD OK PiNSAPPSJE SUNDAES SHOULD BEMf NSCT PROCEDURE? PRESEKT THE QMASBLVflTH POSES, NOW, T. OFFER. DO A AFTER OFP SPRINGBOARD QESURE HAS A CASE ON DELIAS Milk Producers REGINA, Mav j Minister I. C. Noliet said here that! some consideration should be given! nuli producers "otherwise manv of them are going to quit shipping i milk-" s Ke was corcacenticg on tele-', gram from Federal Agriculture Minister J. G. Gardiner -which irt- 5 dicated that the winter subsidy ftl, 55 cents per 100 pounds would not; be applied to milk shipped during, tile summer months. The summer subsidy which went into effect May 1 and continues. until the end October is 35 cents J per 100 pounds of whole i Mr JffcUet said that ifce price of i 1 clairv products between and '945" had risen by about 28 per cent. COM of producing these supplies jumped nearly ITS per cent., in- cluding; labor and board lor help. Make Road To Aid Injured Comrade couples, for Boston law firm which the man said he represented denied even knowing him. The 30-year-old war veteran ad- vanced ihe theory thas the purport- ed lawver was scheming to -draw money "from his war gratuity and that newspaper publicity had scar- ed him off. Resettlement funds are not pro- vided for Japanese subject to de- portation. but free given. TORONTO, May Bolicitude for an .arrested compan- ion put a Toronto man into the arms of the law. police said "Wednes- day. Inspector Prank Crowe and- another policeman captured one suspect !n a theft case in a foot chase and his companion escaped. The second arrest was made when a mfn telephoned the police sta- tion to ask if his chum tvas under arrest. The sergeant asked him where he was calling from and kept him on the telephone long enough for a cruiser to speed to the spot. WOMEN I think there are man cfever women every More women wfeo know the value of to be let their their tune and awney. Clever -women are on the look-out for to shorten workint; hourt and to lengthen the of Clever -women put forth every effort to prevent illnas. They nse antiseptics freely to protect their family from infection. I think the clever woman today uaes FOR-ALL (formerly Chor-all) modem household aid. FOR- ALL on laundry day safely bleaches linens and without wear- and tear from rubbing. FOR-AUL removes stains. The clever woman Jmows bow effective FOR- ALL is in banwhiat ugly marks from sinks and bathtubs, leaving them HOSPITAL CLEAN. The clever woman uses of FOR-ALL to a glass of water as a gargle, and a first-aid wash for cuts and The clever woman reads the label the big. low.-prieed FOR-AIX bottle to learn the correct and safe proportions for ALL the uses of FOR-ALL (formerly FAIRVIEW CHEMICAL COMPANY Oppose Use Of Animals In Test CALGARY, May protest against the use of ani- mals in the atomic bomb experi- ments in the south Pacific, has been voiced in a resolution seni to President Truman, Admiral W. H. P. Blandv. commander of the anay- naw test task force; Robt. Patter- United States secretary of war: and James secretary of the navv, bv the Calgary unit of the Canadian Vegetarian associa- tion. "All humanitarian-minded peo- ples are appalled and horrified at such useless and wanton the resolution stated. SEVERAL KILLED AS AMMO DUMP EXPLODES LONDON, May The British news service in Ger- many reported that an aniinani- tion dump exploded TTednesday night in Borgsdorf, near Ber- lin, killing an undetermined number of -oersons and blanket- ing- the town with flying mis- siles. The to be caused by a forest fire. SPANISH ENVOY TO VISIT COAL FKXDS WINNIPEG, May Spain was the best-fed country in Europe today but how well Spaniards would eat next winter depended en tireiv upon what food could be im ported, Fernando Spanish engineer who is studying coal pro ductioa in Canada, said here Wed nesday. He is on his way to the Alberta coal fields. Jreak Up of Ice Earliest In Years EDMONTON. xing one of the earliest northern iver break-ups in history, the huge Mackenzie River has risen sharply nd moved out its main body of winter ice as far as Fort Norman. more than halfway from the Great Slave Lake source to the Arctic Ocean mouth. Word of the Mackenzie break-up, jie earliest in more than 15 years at least and nearly three weeks head of normal, was received Wed- nesday by chiefs of various northern companies. The companies said tJieir vessels "rozen in last fall were floating reelv within their guard booms at Wrigley. south of Fort Norman. The TO ATTEND CONFERENCE EDMONTON. May ard Rorke, president of the Cana riign Universities Returned Men" Association at the University of Al berta. will leave Sunday for Ottawa and Quebec, where he -will represeri all student veterans in Alberta at a conference of the national council of student veterans. HONEYMOON CONTOTGES TORONTO. May 10 raance bloomed in Magistrate Cul lien's court here Wednesday whe Man? Plvnn apneared on remand o a disorderly conduct charge. Coun sel asked for a further remand. "Since the last appearance of th he said, "she has marrie John. Beavers, her bondsman." "I am not one to interfere with vessels escaped moving ice. damage from the PROSECUTION OF TAX DELINQUENTS Pioneer Carriage May Be Filmed EDMONTON. May v by the first lieutenant-governor of m. trfnvnvin HOWE SAYS 60 P.C. LUMBER. STAYS HOME Travelled Cake EDMONTON. May Journey estimated at about miles, starting and esdinx in Edmonton, was oomnteted re- cerrtiy bv one Christinas cake and ether gifts. The cake and gifts irere ia a Christmas parcel mail- ed rwo months before Christinas so S'.anieT D. Ferguson -stole he served as a signalman the Canadian army group in Darsfin. Australia. He reported to military district 13 in Calgary recently to recei-re his discharge and received hJs ChrisTmas parcel af the same tizae and brought both back 10 Rd.RiOB.voa- May Harvest UJ5. Crops Thit Fall SETS CAP FpR 109 YEAR OLD WIDOWER EJMONTOCf. change of harvesting equipment be- tween the United States sad Can- ada has been and of the oclicy to followed -were announced Wednesday by It M. Putnam, provincial director of cultural extension. i Operators of Canadian i equipment may take their ery and a. crew of six men across the border on or after May 13. j Usougb. a. word of is by Mr. Putnara such, opera- tors should have a definite point of I contact or know in the US. j where tfceir equipment needed. j Karresung machiriery returned to Canada, by Sept. 1 fa order to be available lor harvest needs. Individual harvest Trortcers, not employed by a Canadian operator. must obtain a labor exit permit frees before crossing the lice. VICTORIA. May j crrrvssn-r fcundred-acd-aine-year-old George _ DAWSON CITY. Y.T.. May Laraaiee Wednesday received a' REGD.A.May Clear Creek mine -a-orker is i letter from a Vancouver search in Saskatche-aaa during in hospital here after his buddies who like to acquainted" Pasi years has reduced tas in- carved a 35-mHe path through the j hiiy- f ridence of tuberculosis among nurses Alberta, c Victoria carriage now the prized possession of the Northern Alberta Pioneers' and Old-Timers" association may appear in a forth- coming Paramount film which is on location at Jaspes National Park. Negotiations are proceeding be- tween Paramount representatives and association officials. Fruit Trees Are Wind Damaged EDMONTON. May perimental fruit tree plois at Brooks, Alia, .are suffering serious damage through continual high winds. A. M. Wilson, field crops commission- er, said yesterday. Mr. Wilson said soil drifting, due to the high winds sweeping the southern part of Alberta, has reached serious proportions. Some irrigation ditches have been filled OTTAWA. May Reconstruction Minister said in commons that Can- ada's lumber produciion_ -was being divided so three-nfths was being dispatched to the home market and wo-fifths i being sent to old cus- i tomers such as Britain and United States. Ke was reply- ing to a question from Wil- ham Irvine iC.CJ1.. Cari- boo.) C- Myers army veteran, suffered severe bums when an electric welding torch set fire to his oily clothing. Fellow miners made placs to fly him to Dawson City for hospitaiiza- tion but found the CJear Creek airfield too muddy for a rescue vras at 35 miles which he celebrated last Sunday. 1 -It just shows you're never too! old to ger. married." ccmraenied Mr. 1 Laramee who makes his home with j Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones. The letter from the widow "I saw your picture and thought j I would write you as I am a widow. I like to get acquainted with may be die one you are J Ugly Surface Skin Disorders With a bulldozer the miners se i out to clear trail through the i wilderness, to carry Samuelson to i the McQuesten airfield. It took j them five days. They struggled j into the tiny northern settlement Monday. Samuelson was soon aboard a plane, bound for hospital t' yoa anyway-1 will be 64 in August." REQUESTED TO ORGANIZE Prepare For Atom Test About June 25 ABOARD UJS-S. MT. MCSTN- LEY. May flagship OTTAWA, May R. Over the yexrs so ssany ol bottles iToone's Oil have been sold 10 help sufferers find quieic ease asd comfort frora itching torture of Ecxenia, Itch- Car Black Market Exists, Edmonton EDMONTON. May monton car dealers said Wednesday had orsanized workers at the Bess- borough hotel !n Saskatocn. at the request of the workers. Mr. Mosher Was commenting on! a statement by Alex 'Hbung. inter- j ir national representative of the Hotel th IngSj- say to you Try Xoonefm Emerald Oil to help clear externally caused skia Try it for ten days: 11 are not fully and consplete- the will refcnd without i bv loose top" soU until they look! fiuence on tomorrows navy. __ _.___ V.A M Tr set "out Wednesday 'from San Fran- a black market in used cars existed Cisco to fathom some of the mvster- in the city but declared it was be- ses of the atomic bomb and its in- OTTAWA. May 1 Minister McCaan agreed Wednes- day in the commons to re-word a form letter dealing with the prose- cution of income tax delinquents. The matter was brought to the attention of the house bv John Ciefenbaker (P.C.. Take who read one such letter stating that "under no circumstancess" "was a delinauent, then before the courts, to be jailed except on the authprity of the deputy minister of national revenue for taxation. Mr. Diefenbaker protested against the placing of such power in the of a. deputy minister. Dr. McCann, said Mr. Diefenbaker had "entirely misinterpreted" the paragraph, which was aimed at pre- more like mounds than ditches, he reported. Because field crops nave not started to show above the ground o damage was caused by Weones- ay night's general frost. Mazerall Arraigned Others Put Over OTTAWA, May W. Mazerall was arraigned in coiintv court Thursday before Mr. Chief "Justice J. C. McRuer. but six others charged as a result of the espionage investigation were put over until Monday. did not plead to three espionage charges aiidjie will come Tip again Monday. Crown counsel asked that the cases be put over until that time. A grand jury Wednesday brought eluding any ''drastic action" by the department's legal agent vrithout careful snidv with the government. The minister said it would be re- vised to make it clear that the de- tjartmens did not wish to see a de- linquent jailed without careful re- view. SETTLEMENT OF SUIT OUT OF COURT SOUGHT TORONTO. May holders of Bear Exploration and Radium, Limited, the conipany.'s annual report announces, will be asked to approve an out-of-court settlement of the suit against the company of J. J. Gray arising over an ontioa on shares of Yel- lowknife Gold Mines, exercised in 1944 and the cancellation of options on additional shares. ALBERTA MAY BUILD ROAD TO YELLOWKNIFE 'Bail of S500 will be renewed for one week." The newly wed couple left the courtroom arm in arm. SEEK FOLL EMPLOYMENT CHATHAM, May Federal proposals made at the ad- journed Cominion-provincial con- ference at Ottawa were an effort to form comprehensive and work- able plans leading to full employ- ment, highest possible national in- come, and a wide measure of so- cial security for Canada, said 1 health Minister Claxton in an ad- dress to Kent county liberals. TORONTO. May Giant Yellowfenife, N.W.T., is now Qnancec to come into production, the annua" report, of Bear Exploration and Ra- dium IJmited, announced. The re- port refers to plans of the Domin ion government to construct a 25.- 000-horsepower development in the Tellowknife area and plan of the Alberta government to build a roac into the Seld. PRAISES CHINESE TROOPS EDMONTON, May properly equipped Chinese soldier is the best fighter in the world and has tremendous endurance Col Joseph W. Stilwell. Jr.. said Thurs- dav after his arrival to take up his liaison post with western army command. ...qef oiKer important food POST'S Bran Tlalces provide Lraji you need in a form you'll really enjoy. Genuinely appetizing these crisply-toasted, golden- brown flakes make henllh-callns. too. Post's Bran Flakes provide sufficient Bran to be gently laxative, along with valuable -wheat nourishment, be- cause they are made with other parts of -wheat. And Post's Bran Flakes put the accent on flavor. As a cereal, with milk or cream, or in light, tender muffins you'll always find Post's Bran Flakes the bran right with a flavor joull like. First port of call for the Mt. McKinlev, amphibious command ship of the atom bomb test expedi- tion, was Pearl Harbor, where nearly all 74 target ships were riding at anchor. awaitiEg inspec- ion before they proceed to the bomb's bulls' eve" at Bikini. Thirty-three ships awaited sail- ng dates in west coast ports. At Pearl Harbor, Bikini or en rouse were 177 others. The final, full dress rehearsal is cheduled for about June 25. FIRE KAZES JAP TOWN TOKYO. May wind- whioped fire which started in tfce atchen of a fish store wiped cut :wo-thircs of the town, of Maru- matsu, in Niigata prefecture, the newspaper Asahi reported Thursday. Asahi said 1.400 homes, the post- office, colice station and other buildings were razed. in true bills against the seven. REVEAL LOSSES WHEN GLORIOtIS WAS SUNK LONDON. May Only Tour officers and 41 ratings of 1.560 aboard survived the sink- ing in action of the aircraft car- rier Glorious and tfce escorting ces- tovers Acasta and Ardent six years ago off the coast of Norway, the .dmiralty discloses. The ships were sunk June 8. 1840. when fighting the German baWe cruisers Scharn- borst and Gneisenau. HOTEL WORKERS' DISPUTE SASKATOON, May tence of a jurisdictioaal dispute be- tween the Hdtel and Restaurant Workers International Union, and the Canadian Brotherhood of Rail- way Employees was made known here Wednesday by Alax Young, in- ternational representative of the hotel and restaurant workers. In a statement. Mr. Young charg- ed A. R> Mosher, president of the C.B.R.E.. had used a "disruptive raiding policy and tactics." GOODWILL NEEDED MOSCOW. May ties blocking progress by the foreign ministers' council could be over- come by goodwill Tass said Thurs day in a Paris dispatch. "The difficulties are connected an obvious lack of desire or the part cf the American and Eng- lish delegations to understand tha ons should not try to enforce his will on other participants in riego the official Soviet New. Agency asserted. RE-ESTABLISH VETERANS EIC4 CALGARY, May lishment of 102 veterans in full time farming in this area has been accomplished by the Calgary re gional offices of the Veterans' Land Act, Alex Findlater, superintendent said on Thursday. In addition t this. 27 veterans are in the pro cess of settling down on farm lands There have been 95 veterans estab lished under the small holding scheme and 32 more homes in. th Bowness area, will be allocated-b. June 1. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE OTTAWA. May total o 15.645 army personnel were mor than 21 days absent without leav from the army as of April 30, ac cording to a return tabled m th comrcor.s for John Diefenbake fP.C. Lake By western districts No. 10. Winnipeg. 686; No 11. Vancouver, 529; No. 12. Regina 304, and No. 13, Calgary, 403. CRESTOX MINE PRODUCTION TORONTO. May lar.d-Iand-Belii Ltd., Creston. B.C reported mining production o S131.000 for the three months end- ed March 31. This was more than i was produced in the laH year 1945 j and was due, K. J. Snnnger. presi- dent reports, to increased price of silver and opening of new slope. carried out tSirough private transactions and no; through deal- ers who continued to deal as ceiling: prices or less. Commenting on Prices Board reg- ulations compelling sale of used cars at ceiling prices for cash, with- out demanding" a trade-in, regula- tions which brought a protest from Toronto dealers, one Sdraonton dealer said he could see little dif- ference in the original Prices Board order. "disruptive raiding poiicv and tac- j tics" in a jurisdictioaal dispute with I STOKES DRCG CO. LTD. JOTSON" DRCG STORE DIE TN BELGIUM COAL MINE DISASTER DAMPREMY, Belgium. May least 17 men were killed Wednesday fa Bel- gium's worst coal mine explos- ion in 10 at a. mine near Dampremy. Three or four min- ers ureru still unaccounted for. The ministry of libor said mine gas exploded in one of the shafts. For Goodness sake- Try Red Rose REDROSE "is good tea" BLONDIE BOTTLENECK IN MAIL Registered U.S. Office By Chic Young THSRffS V ON "THIS LETTER DONALD DUCK GARDEN SPOT! Registered 0.S. Patens Oflics By Walt Disney NOW, THERE'S AN ATTRACTIVE. PATTERN! LFL ABNER THE CURSE OF AN ACHING HEART ByAlCapp ?OUR YOUR HEART YOUR TFIAG1C WORDS VJ1LL MAKE THE. vou VERE SAYlKXi- HE DECIDED ON HER -HE LEFT VOU BEH1NO- S-SO TWO' YO'fVS 7HST W HOT HATE YO' JXffT SM NOTHtrf -AH'LL TAKE IT IH StLEHCZ. NO AN'- IN A NIFIED AH MTU. ftC ARE THE MATURA1. LVRlCS I'VE rvt EVER BRICK BRADFORD-And the Queen of Night MOKTREAI. GUXMEX FLEE MONTREAL. May squads of provincial police and de- armed -with tommy guns and other weapons Wednesday af- ternoon burst into an apartment on west-end Marcll Avenue after wo suspects who allegedly traded bullets with police three times in little over a only to find their qunrry gone. Police said the mfn had been in the apartment, in the Notre Dame De section of the city, but had I'M AFRAID, BRICK-W- i AFRAID OF WHAT'S BE HIND THAT DOOR J NONSENSE, PERT- HERE LIT WE TAKE By WILLIAM RIH and CURENCE GRAY? ;