Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1946 .THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE Prairie Farmers Answer Call LARGEST CEREAL ACREAGE IN HISTORY OF PRAIRIES WINNIPEG, Slay (CJP.) The Winnipeg: Free Press, in its first 1M6 crop report issued here today, reported prairie farmers nave answered the urg- ent call to supply the famine- stricken areas of" the world by seeding the largest cereal acre- age in the history of Western Canada. Nearly acres will be sown to the major grains this. season including -JO acres to wheat, to oats. to 41S.OOO to and to flax. This rear's huge seeding program t compared ivith acres i planted to major cereal grains ua j at tins in 1943; barley dropped: one per cent at rye gained j nice per cent, at 448.000 and flax i gained .96 per cent at GOOD SEEDING PROGRESS j "Seeding aas made excellent pro- I gress owing to the early spring and is aTsray anead of last year." the DEWITT MacKENZIE SAYS Slav Nations Forming Bloc About Russia Flag Design Now Narrowed To Five PROTEST ANY BOOST IX FREIGHT KATES REGIXA. May ioint bnef protesting any proposal of increases in Senate Splits On "Canada Day" OTTAWA, May par- ed to freight rates trill be present- If ff ff SASK. LIQCOR PROFITS LARGEST IX HISTORY BEGDfA. May Net pro5ts of are reported br the SasJiatche- I Says Nazis Evaded Terms federal govern- ____________________ _ ihej Word from Prague that the Slavic t reponTsaid, although moisture con- nations of central aecJ eastern Sur- ditions are giving some concern to j al concern, especially as to how far the Moscoviies intend to try to cxrena a of the _ "regarding the in Son of Sir Longer Goum and i nature of '.he present freight andson of Hon. Hor.-ire. rates" is under -A ay the ith premiers of J premier said. "It, now costs more to mc-.e feed down from northern I- Saskatchewan to tnan t would cost to send it- from Regina to the west OTTAWA, May bill A to change -Dominion 1 "Canada Day" was before the ff senate again Wednesday the debate was further adicamed after brief tnree senators opposed a charge ff i and one wanted it. ing is 12 per cent completed coffi- report showed this year's j pared iritii four per cent a year the next steps in procedure. He thought, the Sag he e f. 5 h..T nf tne ties -Aitn tc? ana no bas development of 1945. The__ wheat acreaae achieved a six per ago. cent gain over last year's when In considering moisture condmoas ul 56S.COO acres were seeded in Mam- j 5n tne t-iree provinces, the repor., afntteliorji ?mone the r.um- j" toba. Saskatchewan Alberta. said 30 per cent of aM stations re-] nanons ig of Yasl and was t.iere.ore e--.inctne ana Oats acreage in the prairie prov- j ported surface moisture conoi-ioss penance ij-s of soeoial ssnr.ificar.ee Inces dropped one per cent with j as good. 50 per cent termed them thal the influential President Benes planted this year and fair and 20 per cent poor. i OI- Czechoslovakia is active in sup- porting the formation of the bi-jc and has declared it "will be a If Iff 3 To Adjourn Meet Dutch Citizens Vote on Friday AMSTERDAM. May I T Approximately 4.750.900 Dutch cm- j 2ens will vote tomorrow for mem- A bers of the lower house of the siate 1 Ecnera! making the Netherlands the last country in lib- crated western Europe 10 choose a i pest-war legislature. Ten parties are contesting for !00 seats, but political observers pre- dieted no finale group Tall succeed in gaining a majority, i The comparatively quiet cam- j paign has been fousht principally on domestic issues, involving sov- ff ff TO SEEK LEADERSHIP OF SASK. LIBERALS HSGINA, May Richard 3. Motherwell of Begina. 40-year-old grand- son of former sederal agri- culture minister, ihe late Hon. Dr. W. R. MothenveU. will seek election as leader of the Saskatchewan Liberals at the party's provincial convention hi Saskatoon early in August, it. learned today. The present pro'.ineisl leader is W. J. Patterson, former premier of Saskat- chewan. It is understood Mr. Patterson nil! seek poliiici! cultural de- spite the fact thai hitnerto Slavic ff unity has been lirgeiy theoretical Is there a limit to Russian am- biiions or does she iPtend to keep right or: pushing And it should be ff noted! Th4t there are of pwshinjr Cno me-hod is ;o v ork for the introduction of above controversy. i The desigr-s rerrmaing before the comaiittee. ths name of ihetr an- ihors and the '.otes tr.ey received- PARIS. Mav fo-jr- I power council ts- 1. A red ensian with a golden ds-. spent :n -ilntos- maple leaf in tne Sv :n place of fruitless of and the traditional coat of arras: de- j prepared to adjour.i Ja'er tne sianed bv Donald Bazrd of Truro. Jur.e 15. -A hen thev N.S.; IT 2. A f-ag and red cro-A-n on a blue square in the masthead corner and thrfrj red made leaves on a white Sf-ld into new countries in the hope that the fly; designed by Coi. A. again will attack tne unsettled, a silver crown problems of peace. Foreign Mirusier Mo'otcv cf Rus- sia agreed to an ?an proposal in to send a four-power on p.: four zones cf Germsrv to Soviet Kov8rr.a-.eni3 mav result. Duguid. aranv heraldrv four the of German -Jaarrn- votes. ?r. Aruersc-.r. inforaiir.t That's another point vhich K -ncr- I mng the democracies. 1 Russia siill seeks entrance in'o ff ihe Meditemnein theatre. And was i there are some verv oly. problems .M to be soHed in "he Par East. Kow- i e-.er unless ambitions i-aie no limit, we must be approaching fhe time when h-r demands will be j satisfied in Europe. 3. A white ensign with a red maple Jeaf in a red circle in the fly But this out by State Evme1; of composed of red and beair' a Dean.., a Byrnes goiter of mutual poet to guarantee of Ger- ernmerst controls and sociabzanor., 3 re-election as party leader at. but the Indonesian problem has en- j the convention- gaged considerable diseussicn. j SEEK PYJAMA WORN BY SLAIX CHILD Scotland Yard MINAKI. Our.. May tario Provincial Pobce. still seeking a pair of pvjamas worn by tnree- year-old Joan Smith, abducted and___________ slaia here May 4. dismantled a j OTTAWA. Mav oung nary fliers they were discharged for the period of" manoeuvres." In 192S. the year Haeder became Commander-in-chief of the Ger- man naw. the reich war rctmstry orsanized 2. company for experi- ments v.ith naval aircraft against the dav Germanv would be per- mitted arras expansion. 70-year- oM acmiral and a num- ber of types were developed for eventual production. Haeder -s the 13th of the 22 de- fendants o" trial to present his ct-fence. CEPEXDEXT5 through and coaimittee rue! Minster Hnianuel Shin- weH. who unsparina in his condemnation of coa! op- erators and their relations with the miners in an industry Ions harried by strikes which he said government control now niay ami- i avoid. The bill sets out a plan for tak- ins over the mines at a cost which may amount -o Decision tflken nit to recoil- Wfc.r.csday but Howard Coombs, in mend definite nstrirtions on build- charcre of" the 5aid he permits in tne Greater Winni- i cculc not de.errnir.f the oricin. He peer dis'.rict, a nolii.v of d'sccur- said a "wild would be that j agir.s rsor.-essentJPl co'v.'j'uction, the occurrori miles out such as will be followed, j m the Pacific ocean. nth Waiter Catlett .ALSO ____ andleader starring Leslie BR( Frank Suily James Burke 2 BIG HITS Charles Drake Julie Bisaop KIM HL'XTES HELEN FORSEST Bircctet] JMKS Fsrrow Picture ALSO PASSING PARADE "Great American COLOR CAKTOON SPORTS KEEL NEWS "MARSHAL OF LAREDO' With Wild Bill Elliott 1 LAST TIMES TONIGHT I "The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry' AND "COLONEL EFFINGHAM'S RAID" A FAMOUS PlATEaS TMCATIf NEWSPAPER!