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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBIUDGE HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL Industries ISTHBRIDGE HERALD CO, LTD. Proprietors Publishers 323 Sista St. S, ijetfcbridse. W. A. BCCHAKAN Presideir" Manarfgg Director, i __ i JOHN TORRANCE J Easiness H. G. LONG I Tariffs And Diesel Engines PICKED UP that rsresent times are abnorrriaL IN PASSING We are greatly interested to note] By GRANT DSXTSii that Chairman IX G. Olanc andj cestrojed the industrial ccrcmittee of the; argument that the Customs Act "THE NEW WORLD PROMETHEUS" Board of Trade are seek-f jug: se-ff industries to parallel the I cent of home is rransi- growth of the city ss indicated tie extensive cam- engine tariff increase r, now in Brjsras. The fears p-esen-ed to the ge-.err-rne" a js that present times are abnorrriaL The O-istouss Act is not only not mandatory, :t assumes the existence cf normal conditions. For the gcr- ernraent to come along m lime of war. %hen hone production hasi bees artificially- expanded and C. H. MATTHEWS Secretary. as Second Pw; Office depar noting, ana the eSorts cf the Bsard cf Trade to secure new industries, should recede tne suppcrt f iluch of the growth cf bricice, of has been brought about by the extension cf niercen-j iila establishments required to serv- ice a territory whose asd has been made pros-] perous by war demand. There is; so doubt that agriculture has never 1941 60 2SS 394563 Siuaber S52 parts 1.102 parts parts 7S9 parts 1.3S2 parts 535603 535.505 2.2S1.172 2 month old Judith Jean Smith died ot a heart attack at Ca-iannes. The doctor saic ceath, sas caused by a heart j Haohsel Herman. SI. Beverly retired manufacturer, s who "donated a S25.KK> world peace in 1S25, is dead. C. L. Weinbcrn, who has spent THAT BODY OF YOURS ance cf these figures cf imported engines. i i This country. normally, depended ernzen.' ledgers and i uce. Fort Frances and Ontario provin- -FOR GOOD OR in the Manchester Union. "The Herald Serves Socialization In Czechoslovakia (JAMES W. BARTON. OXE OCT or FIVE KETCRNIXG 1 VETERANS NEEDS HELP TO ADJCST HIMSELF I believe most of us who watched the progress of World War I. the examination of recruits; the train- ing before going overseas, the equipment with which to attack and defend; the field, camp, fcd base hospitals; the care of returned patients- the nlans'for rehabilita- tion, believe that all these things were better cone an WcrJsi War M. Yet, notmthstanding all that was done and is being done for the sick and the well weleam that "one oas of five returning veterans of World War n experiences real trouble in adjusting himself civilian life, j We learn this from a study made in I a number of cities which appears in Survey Monthly, national journal of social work as a special section edition entitled From Veteran to Chilian. The study was made by Bradley Buell and Reginald Roban- 5oa, financed by ihe Grant Founda- tion. Now if one in five is known to ex- perience difficulty in adjusting himself there may be many others who are experiencing difficulty but, 8 because of circumstances and en- i Wherein do the difficulties lie land the ranks of the labor force j which interfere with the veteran's will have ben seriously thinned out. adjustment to civilian life? cannot seem can get continent without somebody at the; top aiwavs telling JOHN MacCORMAC York Times) survey shows the trouble is Czechoslovakia's recent eng-es upon CQal IOO- impossibly high- The Iran Dispute Russia has in plain worSs the Tinted XatioriS to keep hancs .off it is none of the U.X. business. Russia Is carrying bsr sew" found ?oW! er pretty far. She is a bit vein-headed I .-_._ amoun staaairy ana mare cease amounts, :n the case of British Co- -o- ia. a wide area in ore. ed because of it- We are doubtful If her actions Is. the case of Iran are going to be dropped so readily. What Russia ed in the case o- j Iran was break an agreement 3-i-ain and for the re- depend upon the developing movai of all her troops from Iranj industries and their payrolls, on March 2. The British and o-S. 'ef-. Russia remained. Then she forced the Iranian Government by rca-ec at between are S5.jO.OOG esti- and to oe in dieseis year or two. And producers will either have to pay the new and ob- i the kind of engines thev al- ready use. or they have to buy j from the home manufacturers in! a protected market- But in swizch- from an imported to a home- I S700.000. And these are the indus- j jjjg chief advocates adence and have tencec to of I5rijf granted last August. -o -J-S shown in the foregoing table, produced diesel, there will be an -DMn Canadian production beds remains a fact that permanent. position as Despite bad icing cone-eons .affecting navigational problems, routine. benevolent but warv natronage 1 from S2 to S3 in Prague polar ilvtna is "essentially a prsc- The law is meant to j a very indifferent lunch and he ticai matter." Wing Cmdr. R, H. bg "a isW> but it was f will find it cheaper and more ef- Winfield of the RJi-r. told the passed bv a Provisional Govern- j fective to buy services with cigar- :al Associatior; at Chi- _______5 can rnaintained at ;ne rate oi i ievpi he will be better to riOllSr sj.c and meet ins sustamec ana it is some such arrange- :en made in Italy and France will soon be announced. As it, is. an American find it difficult when there is ness in the home, poor housing, lacs chosen bv the ettes than with dollars. in a secret election bui i As compared with her neigh- rather was chosen for them by the j bors. Czechoslovakia is prospering. IJ- 4. W TYueman. president of i four colirical j Prague shopwindows once more are ie o- Manitoba, told a j social" Democratic. Catholic Peo- full of glass, china, household ma- committee of the j pie-s and Nationalist Social or terials and textiles. But such ar- Fa-rv jticles as silk stockings and under- still not to be had. cago. the shQ- of railitarr strength, into an e Czechoslovaks have far more t to their of the engine. The primary producers argue that in? is difficult to adjust theni- _____________ We j The acturers rf -i -He success as if to sav: "See how strong i have msae nctabie progress J -he g_e? Ffic, Tef 20 vears in industrial develop- jj, ssrae breath. men- Eanirai to a district which themselxes far too puny BUS., j 10 stand up to lorelgn o deal in. which Russia 51 per cent interest. If nussia can do that to a small or like Iran she can do it to small neighbors. And is no? a case for tJruted interf erencs do not toov imai is H tie tig powers are going to disegard the ITX at iritt might M, well ditcn tiie whole orgaEisanoji prepare for the drops the Iran case no's- witi.- can grow specialized crops on im- J The strength of eaied We refer tc food pro- I is advanced js the jus: protection. Because it ;s tLruiig i. cessing. Canning, mining, s-ga- j ouaTjfjes to n-eated by the gov-imanuf; reaaing and allied industries have j ernment as if it were weak. njST out demanding and gettins mr Jtfil and witboKt seemg to that Iran is protected, ao Email feel safe. Brothers-In-Law It Is ft year Canada's two principal newspaper organizatians. Two of the late Frederick K. Sautliara, Fred become well established. We can go a Tery considerable distance farther along thas line, especially if we can ges freight rates which will enable us to secure a wider dis- tribution of these processed products. The abattoir which being promoted is baciy needed an adjunct to the livestock try. We need, a milk. ceaGensery s, powdered milk factory to The statistics reveal a second If the total value of trc diesei produced in Canada is 'acrurers realize that- kill- can he made of the primary are ou; to make it ana the govern ment has provided in Tnis tariff the j point. divided j means whereby K can be done. produced K will be seen that most jctence the plea of these produ of the increase in output has been to the government that the order j quarters. the result of building esoensive and of last August be rescinded or that. Mar ihe general elections. j t_ _ verdict of unfavorable. Few" if any of them want charity or bonuses bus what they do want is security, the object, for wiucn they fought, bled and died. Tb.e governments are, or >ry M be generous in helping the veteran to find for traces and more than this js needed. recommendations that communities 1 organize their forces to see that this 1 in 5 gets tie "break" he neecs to enable to adjust -Jircseli. to civilian life and be the asses to the community tha-; he really can be. CANADA AND AVIATION Probably no country in the world i is better situated ro cash m on the i i_ tne eieuLu-aLc. is acLicr wj iti tee naval boara. wiui toeL ac--ng if e of speculation m con- a of rank of commodore is announcea: -circles. But most ob- nsnaria. But j means whereby u can be done. rank of commodore is announced, Ob- Hence the plea of these producers in Ottawa by naval service nead- j that they will, since I. Ser, of the Hamilton Spectator, and Philip S. Pisher, ihe present head of the Southam publishing in- terests, are president; respectively of The Canadian- Press and the Canadian. Newspapers Asso- ciation, They are oustarSaing men, recognized not only in newspaper provide a better market for dairy aroducts. "We ried other industries of a like nature and they will come if we give taem trie proper en- couragement. There is talk of a furniture factory, and with sources of raw materials available in the British Columbia woods this does not appear a far-fetched proposaL circles, but wherever they are known, as highly competent and! cordmg thoroughly trained executives., Tred Ser was at one time engaged in the engineering profession and he approaches problems with a caughunan's raind, he lays out his plans carefully ana then builds u? from there. So man enjoys more respect and greater confidence among his fellow publishers. They have given him important assign- Many of these industries could start m a yrpaii way grow in pro- portions as our population grows. Behind it ail lies wha; should be cur main processing, ta. a. country which lies over an' inexhaustible bed of coal our real industrial development will one day irks a; about S10.000 per unit 1 ers and towboat operators, home production and 52.650 peri (.The last, in a series of articles) Britain s "Health For AIT C3v 3. T. SJCHAHDSON) tions and bequests. The hospital tag i With the Labor gov- day will be z thing- of the past. emment's national health service I Finally, the schema involves the bill. Harlev Street will never be the end of a doctor's property rights in same aeain. It is the haunt of doc- his practice. The young doctor tors and surgeons. Almost its waoie starting in the profession will Robertson, 37, of Toronto, was sen- tenced to 15 months definite ana six months indefinite in reforma- This plan of grouping representatives as before, all f parties are to par- Britain will take "no active steps i ir.. the government, to encourage tourtsts" before 1347. f H. Marquand. secretary for 1 overseas trade, said in the British house of commons. He said "the present scarcity of accommodation" Iwas the reason. ConTicted of assaulting a 21-year- ,old girl student enrolled at tne University of Toronto, John Gilbert in a first transportation no country is doing less about it. Russian Letter Written for The Canadian Press bv P. Ivanov. A major development MOSCOW in Soviet agriculture is the forma- thing be done quickly, i UJI.S.R, to take charge of cotton. It is true that Trans-Canada Air- beet, flax, hemp, tobacco, lines offers air-minded Canadians rpf rubber-bearins and other m- parnes dent Sduard vakis. vras adopted Karl He: fast, economical ana efficient service coast to coast. But tne strange LC-Ci., -_ ____ dustrial plants, and silkworm cUti- vation. JMr. a combination i Before the war Bassia was gary- week as a government tnan. policv cf Air. Beiore fe. by' of the "stav you are" and "dog world's third largest cotton pro- in. the manger- attitude-is denying j ducer, topped only by the Unuea noised irSs i us one of the most golden oppor- States and India. Eer share in Itunides that ever knocked persis- ton Production the -one-parrj-jtantly at any countrysooor cen. m 1929 to 10- Ji W: tory. __ President Sidney Smith of the igth is taken their offices. The j znence by sppointment to a. health i TjniTersitv of ioronto announcec tiects who enter these doors find, centre or hospital, not by buymg a tha; the" papers of Lt.-Gen. John Graves Simcoe. first lieutenant- governor of Tipper Canada, have some of the best phrsicians and practice. Tc compensate doctors, the i., ---i i reared to set aside surgeons in tae some of the fanciest pr -s-Qi-ifL who charge j soverruufint is prepared to set a ciest prices. Sarler f with decision later aside of Air routes from. Europe to the present Fro- i United States, from the United ;S the commun- States to Japan and the !Bar East, Ste- he said Britain obtained. v-__________1-zn'.- T hold 'their favorite posts of in- and from Europe to the Far East -_ and 1 latter of whicn carries witri it poHce power. In .these jcey poiiaons they nave striven soine success to wean their i all naturally and been presentea 10 the awav from the west. sho: lie in that direction. Today, ac- former Secretary Ickes will snav measure comes w have nrivate uatients. and so Earlev Street wSl" sumTe. But its ment will undoubtedly approve the _______________________bill overwhelmingly for it means "will pass, under the most! broader distribution of medical thorough re-organization of the services than ever existed in Bri- Bniish medical services ever at-1 tam. j tempted. Eappy hypo-ehcndriacs will sol! have "their place, if they! y pass the deluxe medTcai service individual casss where i R. of Oshawa, Out. j ally is the bitter in a. doctor loins the nubile service I raemorv of Municn, ior -_.--------- Licenses for tractor drivers p-ance" will never be forgiven ana suggested by Magistrate Ivan B.. eren eie _____________ Craig in court in Waiiacefaurg. Ont_. i the i hers become salaried employees of as he fined Kelson Marchant of es into effect in 1948.' the state; but the present parlia- Dover Township S10 and costs on a charge of dangerous arising from operation of a. tractoi. "With a tiiree-raonths" head star on the construction of the Grini- shaw-Great Slave Lake highway, two-thirds of the 247 miles of highway government a completely. incidents as the recent dash the war- Such of a through. Canada. Canadians have shown an amasmg aptitude for i learning how ta fly airplanes safely' and welL Canadians have also shown a surprising ability to or- ganize transportation services. Under these circumstances it seems that Canada should be in the operation of tv of armed United States sol- The value of either expanding into the international ments through, the years, president of the Canadian Daily Newspapers! Association, chairmanship of sev- eral of its important committees, then the onerous task of directing war lean publicity and now Tae C.P. presidency. In bis new posi- tion he win measure tip tae nigh he already enjoys. It be so with Mr. Fisher also. He Js more or less a newcomer to these organizations as compared with nis brother-in-law but his rating nas been aigh and the C.IXN.A. did weU to place him at its nead. farther and farther back into the countryside for power, for heating, and for many other uses. Deisel engines which use low sphere, or permitting other Cana- jaj? diers across the German bprcier to 'will for the j vide jobs for hundreds, i Minister W. raoe and ranine that marked the i 2-Diy for thousands y( raoe and ranine _ march of the Pved Army across Czechoslovakia- But Czech Com- imunist deputies alleged in Parua- ment that not all the documents taken cad been returned. And not i helnful to American prestige is uie it fact tnat the_tIJnited States occu- and prob- young men who nave already received good basic training in the services. I am Rubber Plant: Great success In raising Kok-Sagyz. a rubber-bear- pation authorities in Germany, ap- j and their men who trained as ground crew in the servicing of modern aircraft narentlv readv to abandon Czecho- slovakia to second place, provided the ____ __ grade oil fuel are undergoing rapid development, and new methods of extracting the energy from oil fuel are being developed yearly. There is not the least doubt in our mind that the tune is rapidly approach- ing when Canada must turn to our coal as a source of oil fuel, ani when it does South Alberta will! come into its own industrially. hoped for something better, for at i growth, has caused damage es least five-year contracts for many mated at "thousands of dollars" The tilted steps are still scrubbed every morning. But. the sick people of Britain, many of whom could: products which would give agn- nerer afford Harley Street fees, will; culture stability, and a basis on go to free state hospitals and health j which to plan, .rood contracts esti- to greens and Slovakia to Russia, have .taizen no i provides the service pains to restore her eouips itself with the best types of esti- tions with eastern Europe wnCe nrovides best service. golf courses, bowling lawns in Alberta. Dr. W. C.' Broad- foot of the Dominion laboratory of teeth, oathalniic treatment includ-' farmers in a perpetual state of least 75 German S.S- troopers tions with eastern American film service. as an country ing private ambassador of good will in.foreign countries. Canada oronght one. besides whicn ing glasses, drugs and medicines, at agitation. Just at present moo. j ?o on trial ilay 2 at Dachau steel works, foun- of the state. j farmers are not in the mood to for the massacre of than 100 chemical factories, pottery. j f Britain-s all-Labor gov- on Canadian planes will want to are modest. Coal mines, i find out more about the country- _______ rail rtm- This is, of course, for the rcedi- plan ahead without some assurance i captured American soldiers a We should be learning what we must do to be ready for the change. Leihbridge has a bright indus- trial future, but that tieveloprcen- of what the future holds. Malmedv. Belgium. the -Battle of the Bulge, the should be preparing for this change, pared to fight. But the Sevan BEEITERIES MAY OWN HOTELS i States army war crimes brancn nas cal profession, a revolution. The Bnosh iSsdical Association pre- is obviously framed to meet many objections to state inecncine which have been voiced in oast years of debate over state medicine. Tae r.a- this will help to sell our products abroad, and lead to increased de- ___ 0---- Teiopment here at home. woodwo-king. rubber and textile i But at the present time some- industries, paper mills and leather it would seem to be ilr. works passed this week into the let T.C.A. CLTici porcelain and glass factories, and ownership and managers became in e'fect Edward Woolley. 54. gen- _______ .ger of refineries for the I breweries should j British American Oil Company. I civil servants and their go into the state ex- this socialization was let anybody else this opportunity hundredweight in roots an acre. The average yield of rubber an acre is said to be 83 pounds. Increased output is credited to new methods of planting kok-sagyz in. bunches or nests instead of rows which did not permit strong growth of shoots. The plants grow faster In com- pany and the root mass forms bet- ter when plants are growing singly. In addition, less hand labor is re- quired. 20 Years Ago From the Piles of The Lethbridge Herald. undertake to which thev don't" want themselves. Nor do they seern to be willing to let Arr.encan aviation concerns ana from An Attractive Report The normal report of President D. C. Coleman of the Canadian Pacific Hailway is always interest- ing. But this year's annual report of the company is both iatertsstsng ana attractive because it has made an appeal to the eye as -srell as to the mind. The cover is a pleasing color picture of a passenger train emerging from the famous Con-caught tunnel. Illustrating the report are pictures of ships, locomo- tives and new stations in the big traisportation company's system. The report proves that otherwise dry reports can be made interest- ing and attractive. president Cclemsn reported that during the past year an "aU-time record of transportation service was achieved." That 5s in keeping with the public -new of the tremendous European beet are avail- able for South Alberta, Jaines Col- ley of the C-P.R. told members of cf Trace. j confine their control to administra- tive things. One certain f Karma Herald) j annouriced. Durir.g the past two thsre has Been considerable discussion i Le among hotelmen and the" Alberta j eral manager that hotels representation should be rr.ade. and wha ownersn.p t a poatisn to sar. From a-od Moose Jaw. the result of pressure by s average ocint of view we be-- the Communist and Social Demo- nere h- t th i e that brewer-owned hotels; .A true In _ the ern.Alberta win get under way ne.t accusec of faintheartedness in V tJ- AJtt-KJ t have been an asset in every coin- charge of manslaughter, agajsst calls for improved services j rv to make gooa their right 1 to conjjuct a practice outsice the scheme, way is to clast tassr horns aso scare the living davlighis out of the P-. a.e AI! this will cost get across vhe street before the red light flashes or- But the fact is that the pedestrian has the right of way and the horn- blower is absolutely in the wrong by trying to scare people out of the way. So long as the pedestrian is crossing with the green light and fabout annually. Local authcnties will be expected to ship of hotels. fumssh out of taxatior. ,tlir'e. breweries be withheld from owner- i good.----- onlv operating on routes which have been proved to be profitable by somebody else's experience is going _______e- to be costly. It was all right on the her stsde- inter-Canada servile where T.C.A. t! was protected from competition by law. But in the intematiorial field j we are going to be left, like Kip- ling's fnend. "swearing and sweat- ing a year and a half behind" more venturesome services operated by i Americans and European firms. a Sudeten hihs. ana j Jt jg C2SV to 3jeep customers once their neigh- j have "go; hold of them. It is at the pros- j ge. awav from some- s bodv who is ah-eady offering Eiiem A