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North Bay Nugget from North Bay, Ontario, Canada • Page 2

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North Bay, Ontario, Canada
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2 NORTH BAY DAILY NUGGET TUESDAY MARCH 24 1942 SEE EARLY TONIGHT and TOMORROW ii £V0D ALL COMPARE IT'S PROVINCIAL MEMBERS IN SESSION Ontario House to Deal With Tax Transfer Immediately Toronto March 24 -The Ontario SHIPPING ON LAKES Expect Big Movement to Get Under Way Apri! 15 CREAMS and LOTIONS Jergen's Lotion 23c 47c 98c Velvetta Balm 25c 38c Woodbury's Almond Rose Lotion 39c Woodbury's Facial Creams 25c 48c Campana's Balm 25c 35c 49c 97c Milkweed Cream 49c 98c Cutme Hand frnim 43c Pond's Creams 34c 59c Kahane's Milk Cream 69c Nivea Cream 50c 100 Lemon Cleansing Cream 1-lb jar 75c SAYA'S STORE Phone 112 For Free Speedy Delivery loi'ii'i'itrs-B legislature its work interrupted by the negotiations that preceded the transfer of corporation and income taxes to the dominion government reconvenes today and will deal I immediately with legislation to vali Must Not Evade Delivery Rules JOHN PAYNE I JB '(S PROCBAMM6 JOHN SHEPPERD ANN TODD DOUGLAS CROFT JANE SEYMOUR ANNE REVERE FRIEDA INESCORT reied by Henry Kmg A 20th Century-Fox Picture THE MARCH OF TIME presents "Far East Command" A survey of Java Australia New Zealand CAPITOL Shipping along the continent's far-flung inland wa'eiway from the head of the lakes to the St LcWKncc is headed toward early opening and one of the busiest seasons in years as total war bring record demand for the tools to finish the job Wheat from bulging elevators Iron ore from the head of the lakes coal and miscellaneous cargo await tiansit to ports along the 1200-mile waterway a survey by the Canadian Press showed Men and ships are ready Navigation out of some ports has opened while elsewhere the clank of winches and smo' around the waterfront tells the story of preparations Most shipping men expect the big movement will be underway by April 15 the date when marine insurance takes effect Ordinarily heavy freighters don't start until then but wartime demands and unusually mild weather may induce them to take the risk The season opened at Goderich March 21 when Capt Earl Jenkins brought the Imperial Oil Tanker Acadialite into port Lake Ontario navigation started Monday whan the coal carrier Coalfax cleared Port Dalhousie for Oswego NY to pick up coal for Toronto Whether enough men are available for the mighty shipping task is a matter of some doubt in various ports The Canadian Seamen's Union in Toronto however reported plenty of unskilled labor but a shortage of experienced hands Two thousand of the union's members have joined Canada's aimed forces while others went to deep-sea work to help maintain the flow of supplies to Britain Scanning the elevator skyline on the Fort William and Port Arthur waterfront where 138000000 bushels of grain are stored officials smiled with satisfaction at the possibility of an early opening Icebreakers which cleared a channel fiom open water now are busy opening up various parts of the harbor date the tax transfer The session opened February 11 and adjourned one week later on February 18 when Premier Hepburn admitted he could not proceed with his budget until an agreement had been reached with federal authorities on the tax matter "Made a Deal" Last Thursday Premier Hepburn announced the two governments had made a deal the legislature would reconvene March 24 and validating legislation would be pushed through as speedily as possible so that the province would obtain a certain portion of the subsidies before the end of the fiscal year March 31 Some $3000000 is at present in the federal treasury which will be paid over immediately the agreement is validated by the legislature This amount is part of the $28964-039 which the dominion has undertaken to pay the province annually in return for acquiring sole taxing rights on income and corporations The figure constitutes the revenue realized by the province from these sources for the year ending March 31 1941 Under the arrangement Ontario is also guaranteed the same revenue which accrued from the gasoline tax in that year In 1941 the net revenue from this tax was $26-608290 and should this year's receipts drop below this figure as a result of rationing the federal government undertakes to make up the difference Friday's Revival: "arise my love" Persons trying to evade the delivery curtailment order by purchasing bicycles or horse drawn equipment may be only tying up their capital uselessly James Stewart Admini-trator of Servicer advised the North Bay Regional Office of the Wartime Prices and Trade Eoard today The statement followed complaints from retailers that some of their competitors were not living up to the spirit of the order which covered delivery by automotive equipment to conserve rubber and gasoline Mr Stewart notified A Smith prices and supply representative at the North Bay office that further authority covering all modes of delivery will doubtless be given to his department Mr Smith in commenting on the statement of Mr Stewart said that delivery services must not be augmented by the further purchase of bicycler and other equipment and that delivery services must not be in excess of those maintained effective with the curtailment delivery order of no more than one delivery daily to any one area over any one route Wood Ceiling to Touch Large Area area have been extended to include all territory from Pembroke to Sault Stc Marie Producer's ceiling prices based upon wartime condition and upon delivery of his wood to the roadnide for pickup by truck have also been established Complete information covering this may be obtained by producers if they write to A Smith at the regional office of the board in North Bay Ceiling prices of fuel wood fixed for North Bay last Friday have been extended to include Sudbury and the district adjacent to it A Smith prices and supply represent- ative for the Wartime Prices and Trade Board in North Bay said today Mr Smith was informed of this i extension in a letter from the coal administrator at Ottawa The letter explained that prices fixed for fuel Lt-Col George A Drew the Conservative leader who made the original suggestion that the legislature adjourn until the tax transfer had been completed will not be in his seat today and the opposition will be led by Leopold Macaulay member FAST SERVICE A new airplane service in Mexico will enable mail from Mexico City to reach La Paz lower California in about half a day instead of the five to eight days required by tha present rail and boat route Speaker Tells of lions Activities wood of all kinds in the North Bay i for York South Col Drew is in Ottawa participating in the inquiry concerning the despatch of Can adian troops to Hong Kong EAST TIMES TONIGHT 'International Squadron" "Find the Witness" Chinese in Burma Sure of Victory Wednesday Only! your gggnorsn weatherman Cliinrse Field Headquarters In Central Burma March Crack Chinese fighter among the United Nations' defenders of Burma are confident they can whip the Japanese If the enemy masses his greatest striking power for one attack Adventure Ahoy! Pirates on the Spanish Main hand-to-hand battles for treasure filled gal -Icons and ltd UppA women thrill af-ter thrill with the "Robin f- A Man Ab Men! Deputy District Governor Ernie Bolton of Burks Falls Monday night presented members of the North Bay Lions Club with a comprehensive outline of Lions' activities in his district when he spoke to the club's regular dinner session in the Empire Hotel Lion Bolton told of progress being made by the various clubs in the area and spoke enthusiastically of the growth of the Huntsville club which only a few months ago received its charter According to his report on the attendance records of the various clubs Lions were turning out to their meetings with increased interest He stressed the need for greater war work by the clubs and said he believed such responsibilities would increase rapidly That the bo into It the vi: ie front before Ton goo liate goal of Japan's push Burma standn today in ty of Pyu 30 miles down Hoi id of the Sea" There was little change in the weather overnight and temperatures remained above normal as they have during the entire month Yesterday's highest reading was 334 above the lowest was 22 giving a mean or average reading 15 degrees above normal Last night's low temperature was 25 above and the same reading was noted at 8 am this morning Only onc-thiid of an inch of snow 1 ell yesterday Forecast Fair and moderately cold tonight and Wednesday CNR Divisions Allarndale Cloudy temperature 24 degrees Cloudy temperature 20 degrees Hoi Clear temperature zero CPR Divisions rLYNN EBR0L Oiiiiiiarv the road from Toungoo backs up the Chinese assurance as no empty boast Before the tough Chinese units under command of Lt-Gen Joseph Stilwell went into action along the trunk Mnndalay highway and held off a new attack the enemy was even closer to his objective Pyu itself changed hands twice In 48 hours but the drive was halted and the Chinese now arc entrenched in the riverside jungles bare brown paddyfields and fire-blackend ruins of Burmese homes ready with machine guns and mortars for the next Japanese thrust i (Some details of this encounter were announced in a Chinese high command communique at Chungking yesterday which said a Japanese attack "in strong force" last Friday was met with powerful counter assaults in the Pyu River area) tem- tem Clear and calm perature 20 above Schreiber- Clear and calm perature 20 above zero Regions Fraserdale 24 Cochrane 21 Brcnda MARSHALL Iro- quois Falls 19 Timmins 20 Winston 22 Kirkland Lake 24 Engle-hart 26 Haileybury 26 Temagami 26 Cloudy WILLIAM ML LYNCH 111 for more than three months William Michael Lynch 74-year-old resident of North Bay died at his home 105 Chippewa street on Monday March 23 shortly after midnight Son of the late Mr and Mrs John Lyreh the deceased man was born in Renfrew County He was married in April 1893 to the former Elizabeth Rose Mayhew who survives him A member of the Carmen'3 Union he had resided at 105 Chippewa street for some time prior to his death Funeral services will be held on Wednesday morning March 25 at 9 o'clock with Rev Hussey officiating Interment will be made in St Mary's cemetery The late Mr Lynch is survived by his widow one son John of Toronto and six daughters Miss Mary Elizabeth Lynch Mrs Norman Kelly Toronto Mrs Clark Toronto Mrs A Skerrow Toronto Mrs Nicholson Toronto and Mrs Anderson Seven granddaughters and sone grandson all of Toronto also survive If You've Tried the Rest NOW TRY THE BEST! Phone 930 Sunrise Dairy LIMITED 190 CASSELLS ST Claude RAINS Dould CRISP Hon ROBSON AUa HALE GOOD OLD COVENTRY Coventry This city which adopted the cruiser Coventry for its warship week contributed as generously in money as it did in bravery during ruthless Nazis raids £3067-970 (about $13805865) double the objective Continuous Shows Daily from 2 pm "9 Hit I'lns Tax mm fWorr 6 pm STOKES ACCOUNTANT AND ACDITOR Specializing in Income Tax Returns 92 Main St West Phone 720 DEPENDABLE TRUCKING SERVICE Phone 130 131 Always at Your Beck and Call Wednesday Nite Is Foto-Nite s225 Offer.

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