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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1946 FEDERAL COAL ORDER BRINGS CONFUSION United States department of jus- tice. We have no: been sened with a ir> the againi-t the company, but from tne j resorts we have appears :ha: the j vir.ed States ol HITLER'S DISLIKES TORONTO, Star Toronto Board of Educa- tion tonight to decide what _____ HORSES, HUNTING AND HEIGHTS "of' Ev GODFHEY Gccnng: if the game had guns the t6tal irLdudins pariauien: Canada of us Csitec' ASPHRQ. Germany, May 16.-W as youhave voa go shooung j strike had been postponed 24 hours i to allow for further negotiations, j At today's meeting the employ- ers will, they say, accept any rea-; sonable proposal which they can j meet while continuing to operate: financially. j The Prince George area produces' SEEK SETTLEMENT The Day In Parliament And he would add __ _ __ _ _ oronto a: least has definitely of public Ontario "and is in corapeu'.icn with other disregarded ;he order. Quebec. 3 a-oyma element. The prices we Jiisur.cersTancins and A in the parliament hav- charged in she as :c- tthether Ottawa public schools today prompted F. E. a :eceral -PC- ;o asK :n the of coal commote why heat "i-is IT certain m Ontario and on while :he government "aas order- Quebec brought Charles H. Kuise, out other" furnaces. "Hitler did no: like horses be-. cest" at Berchtesgacleri. :hey were not disciplined J erioagh for Yon Kalera ex- I The repons iha: he retired there have been so lo'.v as. :o require she United S'Jtes goien-mer.: w darutg war sussi- dies our all ccntes frcra a sm--: in umori agreed to abandon the strike Ktmune was by i more ;ha :s the result of engineering the exception of a few which ac- cepted union demands and those in the Prince George distri-t. There the Northern Interior Lumbermen's association will meet with I.W.A. representatives in dis- cussion of union demands. The ADVICE AND USING- RINSO FOR VOUR SHIRTS ILL NEVER BE SATISREP WfTH ANYTHING- ELSE NOWTHAT WE'VE RINSO WHITENESS CHANGE TO RiNSO-AND WHISTLE YOU WASH A rnonucr Quebec Member Urges Lifting of Wartime Controls SKERBRCOKS, Oue., May immediate lifting of war- time controls and the rescinding of orders-in-couacil adopted as war measures, were advocated night, by John T. Hackett, Progressive Conservative member of parliament for Stanstead, who described pres- ent-day Canada as "a completely socialized state." Speaking at a Progressive_Con- ;g 'f I servative rallv in this Eastern Town- g: ships city. ifr. Hackett told the 200 fi persons nresent ihst controls must be lifted" "because the penis exceed JJ the incom-enieace that would re- 3j suit from abandoning these repres- sive measures." "I believe that they cannot taper off." he said. "I believe there would be some turbulence but any incon- venience would be petty when com- pared to the loss of liberty and the abuses which have grown up under one-party government." Ivan Sabourin. chairman of the Progressive Conservam-e council for the province of Quebec, called for the revitalization and reorgan- ization of the Progressive Conserva- tive party in the province of Quebec. ;