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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1946 L5TKBRHX3E CO, LTD. Proprietor! acd PubHcbers 323 Sixth St. s, Ajettbridge, Alberta. W, A. BUCHANAM President and Director. JOHN TOHRANCTK Busiseu BL G. LONG EtJitOT. Alexander of It would be redundant to say that Canada welcomes Yiscoun: Alex- ander of Tass as cur near Gover- nor-General, because he has already The "Cute" Wild Animal Grows Up To Be Savage (Prom the Monthly Bulletin of the ssirr Ontario Department of Game Fisheries) Cases of savage at jack by so-1 The vorcg'of wiid anunals have, called are common. There is. PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE BT7SY READER THE BEAR THAT WALKS LIKE A CHILD At'- Presbyterian minitsers were ntiori of Knox College at Toronto, hose doctorates "t Rev. J. B. Skene of Van- C. BL. MATTHEWS Secretary. Member Bareiu of Wsr, Viscount es is as represents-' looked when these tive as a tiae are rec lor at Mm tiMptieiMB encttac a> or to Pitw paper iswl MM pas- CAuthorized as Second K Office Departmen! _____ "The Herald Serves the South j ;ae Germans and Italians from I Africa and paved the way for A jood raia Js the suress off young. In fact, the older he fought on. half. sudden distraction caused thej -o hs't a moment It was lust by accident that Hu- u-ev the" inspector" was abte to crawl Saire Durocher oJ Prince Albert loaded with dynamise, which; behind a tree and finaily to stag-SSssk- was the first to collec. to go" off on the" slightest ger back to the farm dwellings, a c1 this unexpected en- o.-r three Suvasroa of continent on D-Dsy a claim under Saskatchewan s accident insurance. The accident: He was struck by a truck la a street collision March S and collected under the act passed at the last session of the legislature. A 5 fcwrf Molotoff is to Hmpire ia good stead in the Medi- _ _ i. StiCT. 1 r ii Mackenzie Kms doesn't _ the Hassan method of pro- gress. And vice versa. A Proper Move The city council was right in tot- ing on Monday evening to extend the civic centre committee to in- clude a. number of citizens and to make the whole committee a con- tinuing organization. As the Herald has said on more than one occasion, what is needed in connection with the civic centre is an over-ail plan which will permit the progressive development of the -undertaking. It is most important that the plans be right in the first place, Thai is the particular wort of the committee, and it should be to hear and weigh, all sug- gestions to that end- It will perhaps be 25 years be- fore the whole civic centre is built, and no great harm would be done bv seme delay now in order that, it is undertaken, the plan may be ihe right one for Leth- bridge, ft plan which, when carried through, -win make Lethbridge people proud of their community. Let us first of all be we're light, then, go ahead. t Britain the Way It- will corce as something of a to radicals in this country as a. socialist government In Great Britain should have that, at the end of this year, the nrosts tax on corporations 33 so be eliminated, altogether. Dur- ing the war excess profits were all .taken by the Government ia Brit- ain, as in Canada. Here, of course, Viscount Alexander hss said that as soon as passible he plans to tour Canada and become acquainted. The people of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta can him a real Canadian welcome when he here. _ _ "years and return it" to the I lows, wild, or "otherwise dispose of it. The storv is that i: was found by one of as In the York AVorld-Telegram. Daylight Saving The controversy which we knew would follow the Doauniosi Govera- meat's abandonment of the daylight saving order is getting nicely under way ail across Canada, and we are likely to wicd up with a hodge- podge of times which the Edmon- ton Bulletin calls a "chronological humbug on the citizenry." It appears that Toronto, Moat- real and Ottawa are planning to adopt daylight saving time for the summer months. The Dominion end the Provinces are keeping hands oa, leaving the municipalities to do what they please about it. If the larger Eastern cities act there will be a demand in many other places across Canada to follow suit, and well go through the time puzzle we used to know before the war. The best suggestion we have heard for municipal action to mee the demand of those who want fast vime is a proposal made by a Leth- bridge businessman a few weeks ago. If the merchants and enough others ia Lethbridge want to provide staffs with an additional hour for play the evenings, leave the clocks where they sxe and open business places from S to 5 Instead of 9 to 6. That would leave the schools operating -under Mountain Standard Time hours, the trains and busses would TUTU on Standard Time, and every- body would simply go to wort an} nour earlier and quit aa hoar earlier. There would be ao humbug about it and our fanner patrons, who go by sun time ha the summer aayway, would not be fooled. If we do not waat to follow some such plan here ia Lethbridge we had better forget about daylight saving altogether. and contented. In a short time i; I quite young and became very tame. had the run of the place without i It was kept chained to a dog iennei. anv restraints; in fact, it very fre- j and fed with bread and milk. After sauntered into the village, old delighted in it- It permitted a fuss a time, it was noticed ihat me fox never seeraed to eat while it was being watched. It vcas assumed that A national tourist service educa- tion week, in which Alberta wil! take an. active part, will be held throughout Cansda starting Apn! 15, the orovincial government an- nounced! A feature of the will be the widesoread distribution of a booklet entitled "The Visitor In- dustry." The John. "Warren family moved _________ r _______ and" the girls to! it did eat the food, however Advertising Is News By WILFRED H. GOODMAX Government officials were dis- cussing ways and means to inform the genera! public about new war- time measures. One of them ob- served. "We want to have some display advertising preaared so that we can present; the facts officially from, the department, but we hope that the l_T X newspapers will publish fuil ac- to emphasize certain points. Newsy though war-time advertis- ing was. it cannot compare with what is being published in these Dost-war days. The Canadian public is a starved deorived thev needed and wanted, because of "war production priorities, peo- MCTovii. fnr the re- sre ___ i jJlt Hit- counts of our plans in the news Qr from clothespins columns." to nev houses. And news of the reapaearaace of wanted articles is carried mainlv in the advertise- noticeablv becoming restive. It" be- j crickens within reach: t! ean to the teasing of Use were eating the bread bovs and the petticg of the girls J and the fox was eating the cnici- Na'ture u-as beginning to assert it- j eas. The animal having oet-ome a _...._ _n.4 Tifa rrt Hflfl TJ1 Dft self over and beyond the life to which it had become accustomed. The call of the wild was stirring its emotions, and the challenge to nuisance had to be killed." All this is just by way of sug- sting that these baby ani- gestmg combat for pride of cossession was i mals are better left in their own rfmrlv nermeatine its otherwise environment. If it Js oonous tnat: owing to wounds or other physical condirions. they are liable to die. slowly permeating Us otherwise docile disposition. It was as if it had suddenly realized the strangeness of its en- vironment. and that these poor conon temoor: iey xv care is in order. They ihink lieutenant Donald Francis Mason, j you will find the other papers will who sent the famous message i also be willing to help. But I would "Sighted sub. sank same" in the like to make cits remark in con- earlv days of ihe war. was given a new" bombing assignment. He bomb-spray Hilo's tidal wave wreck- ed, waterfront with DDT as a pre- caution against an outbreak of disease. r.ection with what has just been said." "I refer to a distinction which you apparently draw between ad- vertising and news. To us and to j our readers advertising is news "and we are alwavs sorry to see a divi- A frenzied steer leaped 20 fee., mage between the advertise- should. however.-be released as soon j from a window of the Eastern Abat- ments and the reporting of the day's its life. It followed them as a carried mainly in ments. Conversation at nome. at train aad bus. reveal the THAT BODY OF YOURS (JAMES W. BARTON, MDJ DOtMATITlS (ECZEMA) FKOM WEARING APPAKEL It is known that eczema is ihe commonest skill, ailment known; thus a skin specialist years ago told a class of medical students to call a skin disease "aa eczema or ecze- matous irritation" if they were not sure vrhat to call because they would be right more than half the time. For years it has been known that eczema can be caused by allergy to various foods and other substances, to various materials handled bv the individual, and as a part of an inherited complex knoa-n as the asthma hav lever eczema com- plex. What is not always called eczema but simply dermatitis tion of the skia> due to irritation from various substances has become increasingly common during; the Jvrar years. It is called dermatitis from wearing apparel. In the Journal of the Americas Medical Association Drs. L. Schwartz and S. M. Peck state that the sale of materials containing sub- stancfes of unknotvn poisonous pro- perties has resulted ia occasional large outbreaks of -skin irritations (dermatitis) among the general population. Manv articles of wear- ing apparel have been reported as causing trouble. It was found that in most of these cases of irritation from wearing apparel, the fabrics worn had beea treated with some during their manufacture. The substances named were silk, wool, glass, rubber and rubber- containing materials, leather, arti- ficial leather and furs. "Of .particu- lar importance are dyes, finishes and cleansing materials." Finishes used in fabrics to give them a better feel and better wear- ing properties to orevent runs and to make fabrics non- creasing, and sometimes" to hold the crease, to make them waterproof, flameproof, mothproof and Insect proof, are some of the causes of 1 this dermatitis. How can the individual find out just what article of clothing is causing the irritation? Where possible a small piece of the suspected material is placed on the skin and held there with, ad- hesive tape for a number of hours. If a red p_atch or hive appears this is likely the cause of the Most ponular topics are concerned designs for new cars, what the i new radios will do. Mrr.-r.pn utensils, stockings all descriptions, pens time pet to new and more natural' life of the district. Where Flowers Grow Best of -side- Manitoba government, described the anditions i Winnipeg or Red "Valley soil as the The sooner Canada takes an adult approach to the liquor problem the Setter. 20 per cea; was returned to the companies in the form of deferred payment bonds. In Britain in the interim Budget last fall the excess Tironts taxes were lowered to 60 per cent, and on Dec. 31 ness they are to be eliminated altogether. The whole purpose of this relief to industry is to provide industry more money for expansion. It appear to be an about-turn for the British' Government to give industry, which is being threatened by left-wingers witii expropriation of their plants, an opportunity to reserve money out of earnings for future expansion. It must be that the Attlee Government is growing KOR. W. A. Fallow appears to realistic for. of course, private in- have been listening to the story custry stDl provides most of the of the bull in the china shop. Cue jobs in Britain and likewise most would have thought that, after the of the taxes on which the Govern- sorry showing made during meat" operates. We are sure the winter ia the row over snow clear- announcement of Chancellor Hugh ing in the Cochrane rural areas, Da-ton will have an encouraging the Minister of -.Public Works would eSect on all private industry in- have learned that silence is golden. Britain. Outside this announcement, the Dalton Budget makes few import- ant changes. Another lower accoum Iv differing gardening condi'-----.-_...._ throughout the west was given difficult altnoagn an interview here bv J. R. Almey, to its native condition it is one 01 head of the Canadian Pacific Rail- the Richest, in_ine wpnd. ssia way horticultural department. Each spring the denartment distributes packets of seeds to employees maintaining gardens on the cotn- panv's proserty along western lines. "To meet varianpns in climatic and soil conditions in the west and to vary our color combinaiaons. we flowers." 110 and 125 kinds of air. Almey said. "At Revelstcke we grow asters superbly but ia Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta we rarelv set out Stocks and snapdragons are its heavy clay gumbo nature was the major obstacle TO easy handiing- Insects also present different problems through the west, accord- ing to Mr. Almey, He said that i; has ben found impossible to make large plantings of marigolds in Moose Jaw and Begina because of the prevalence of grasshoppers. toughened up, are large- ly immune a> fnig pest, he said. Fennament gardens at stations age- for Imoeria! Oil in Calgary for j the past -two vears and president; of the "Hoyalite Oil Companv, was guess of "honor at .the monthly meet- ing of the directors of the Alberta Petroleum" Association on Wednes- dav. Mr. Shannon Is leaving the iafinitum." Anvone who did not un- derstand the reason for it would think we had gone completely ma- terialistic- Those in the profession of aaver- feing have recognized for some time that thev are rrarveyors of news. It is rears "since an advertisiae writer could fee just anybody who thought he had a flair for it. Advertising agencies now empioy In war-tune a great many official' men and women specificallv announcements, made to the public i trained to assess news values and ito reoort well. A good prooortioa iof their staffs are recruited from the newspapers, and those who are brought direct to the ageacy office receive a. thorough training in., the fundamentals recortiag and writ- ing before they graduate to respon- 31 Whitehall lumber, ad I _ _. _, i ters and controllers. In other cases. F. F. Shannon, proauction mar.- of muEtratioa neened along OPJL -stem lines are each pendable at Fort William year after 1 year suppliea_ with beading plants. LJCl-i-uAUiC -i U J j j f-- year, but fickle west from Winni- which give the longest season of peg to Calgarv. in the latter area display of aay type of flowers used 20 Years Ago From the Rles of The Lethbridge Herald. city on April 13. and -snU be asso- ciated with Standard Oil of New Jersey in Xevc York City. Taacmty to obtain dredges and 1 look is jranaderea splendid as 1925 Notebook BV JAMES MCCOGK: (Canadian. Press Staff Writer) LONDON Herbert Morrison, government House leader, says he thinks the present House of Com- mons one of the best and most effi- cient in historv. but not Sir John Jarvis. Conservative member for Guildford. In an address in his Suurrey con- stituency. Sir John said.: "It- is a noor house indeed to those who hare known parliament at its zenith. It is a noisy govern- ment. There are far too many ruda people there. cabinet ministers. Instead sible 'Thus the agencies I of addressing Mr. Speaker, some- are comnosed of groups skilled in tunes direct their attacks to la- tjettins at the facts and in present- dividual opponents in a. moss un- !W them in the most interesting j parliamentary way. From the gov- "v ercmeat benches every cay there The towards helsateaing come laughs and jeers as if their readability of advertisements Seeding operations are uader wav i in Southern Alberta. Drills are busy in many places, aad the out- to other eauipnient delayed the salvaging of what is reported to be worth of precious metals from the floor of Tokyo Bay. it was reoorted today. The cache of platinum, gold and silver ingots. dumped from a pier by the Japan- ese last summer, was discovered Saturday. 3. black cat, received a hero's medal from the National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to ditions: Revelstoke with Winnipeg, the Lebanon Society, tied the medal moisture and ample heat, to Kam- Moose Jaw. Ogden. Revelstoke. 1 around the cat's neck at the cere- loops with very "low moisture and i Kamloops and Vancouver. Plants monv. l seisin nm-rHnspd llndpr excessive heat.' are also purchased under contract Sir. Almey. who was formerly at Winnipeg, Brandon, Caigary and i provincial horticulturist lor the! Vancouver. initon Beckman of Gibson, Another Row People's Forum tJNAXSWERED LETTER Editor Herald, Sir: Why do not members of parliament answer letters from, their constituents? j livelihood off the market, and most- ly because the men we send to Ot- IKeb.. thoroughly enjoyed her part in Gibson's anniversary parade depict- ing the arrival of settlers in the 80's. After the parade she learned that the dress she had worn bushel would mean to our debt- tneir constituents' ridden fanners. Truly we are bet- the ri lor s-enatures of iter off than we have been for a in tne canvass ior s-gnajurea ui i tawa just have better faends in a shroud, jack Godberson, an tin- other businesses other than farm- dertaker who was in charge Oi ins. passing out the old-fashioned gar- Imagine what fifty cents per meats for the paraders, said lie had made a mistake. In the canvass lor signatures of ter off than we have been for a Edmonton Labor Council nas en- farmers for the proposed sugar long time, but the record win snow dorsed the submission mace to city fnr the Eaitern Imeauon that as a class are still not out council by three Aloerta farmers crop season opens. becoaie in the increasiaely future. Re- Tfce Miami Hutterite colony at 2few Dayton, drilling for water.' 7TV1 have encountered a strong Sow of j J[ JQ.6 rror "IciTrat Dortirsg of daily happenines both at home and abroad, "and the report- ing of the manufacture and distri- bution of consumer goods In the display pages go hand in hand. gas st the 825 foot Rev. Father Cosman, Roman Catholic parish priest at Blairmore since 1917, is going to eastern Can- ada. Spring farm work, general over the south country now, is draining all the available experienced labor in the city. Supt. A. R. Redshaw of the government employment ser- vice here has said. By Capt. J. Harper Prowse, 5IX.A. WAR GOODS FOR VETERANS It looked, for a while, that had s. solution to the problem DJ. getting goods from War Assets for ?ale to veterans. I still tninfc it was a sound idea and -would nave worked to the complete t'on of all concerned. It wouldnt have cost the taxpayers any money. It would have distributed the goods to those who need them. But War A-ssets turned the Disposition down. South of Henderson Lake the new Originator of the idea was Frea irrigation plots have been staked out Colbome. Air Force representative and the irrigation ditches are being in the Alberta legislature- He sag- constructed. Views of the Press RTTS5IA IX AUSTRIA (Cleveland Plain Dealer) The United Nations Relief and at gested to L. D. Byrne, provincial deputy minister of economic auairs, 'that the nrovince should use its prioritv for acquiring goods from War Assets and then sell the gooos through the Provincial Markeang Services Limited. Boiled down to its final form the plan was this. Persons desiring (jS or materials from War Assets, it is announced that he has ordered Deputy Minister Bruce of the Telephones branch to move the head ofSce of the Governmeat-o-sm- paid workers are to be relieved of j ed utility from Edmonton, where It taxes altogether bringing the total] has been located ever since the Goy- to That is a _____ for the Eastern Irrigation District, I happened to be one of the caavassers. So I thought it would be a good idea to let our senator, Dr. F. W. Gershaw, also W. D. Wylie. 3.LP-. Icnow about our intentions so that they would be informed if any busmess had to be transacted through Ottawa. So earl- ia February I wrote to Medicine to both of these gen- tlemen. I mailed the two-letters at the same time on a Monday of the bush bv a long shot. The records show that the majority of fanners in the business, if that is what it can be called, are small operators, each loaded with ma- chinery and debts of different kinds Imagine what fifty ceats_a bushel would mean the case The meeting went on record as "re grettinsr" the stand taken, by "some city aldermen, particularly those with trade union backgrounds." against granting the 40-hour weest government would get extra funds through the income tax so no harm would be done, but a better condi- ne last two weelcs about 20tf mrat coupons have been in by northern Aibertans who Rehabilitation Administration at or materias rom ar sses, last has called a halt to the hog- I oV which they believed War Assets gishness of the Russian, occupation had would make a request to the forces in some parts of Europe. j Marketing Service off ices. Market- With the Russian delegation de- ing Service, which is operated o_. clining to take part in the proceed- the provincial government ings. tTSRRA's policy committee deals in a number of items, chiefly adopted a. resolution calling oa its for farmers at the present time, members to prohibit the use of local j would then collect these into one supplies by occupation forces. order. Then the province woula The resolution was specificallv ask War Assets for them aimed at the Russian policy of stria- i When they obtained die goods ping the land in Austria, a policy I required they would then seil ..heai which has aggravated an alreadv i to the persons who asked .or Oism LE th" total! oeen located ever since me oov- at iue IZ.-L Tvrp-raH all Surelv no Iiumea in oy iiuitiwiu .._ SsSssI- aggravated acute relief situation. If left alone. Austria could sup- ply part of her own needs of food. at a price two per cent above ihe purchase price this two per cent profit to cover the cost of handling. suoporters were at, a smoking con- cert. "The" roar at the cheapest sneers and jokes, and they even make fun of the members of our party. For example. Quintin Hogg (Conserva- tive member for Oxford bril- liant son of a famous father (Lord had to listen to un- maaneriy jeers about pigs and grunts." OH Days: The Lords took a day to examine rates of pay ia the forces and Lord Templemore. a vet- eran of the Boer war and First Great Wax. said he thought an eatertaiament allowance of 2s 6c. (55 cents) daily too small because: "Ia mv -ounger days, what would half a crown have bought? Fifteen, pints 01 beer, six smaii whiskies and sodas, or about seven glasses of light cort. But what would it buy Two pints of beer, about one whiskey and soda, about a glass of light, verv light port, a nacket of cigarets or a rather indifferent cigar." Slow Replies: Hon. Edward Car- son. Conservative member for isle of Thanet, more in sorrow than aager told the Commons that the war office reouired 98 weeks to answer his letters on 16 cases he had raised while the air ministry took 151 weeks for 19 cases, an average of eight weeks for each case. Other averages were: Board of Trade, five weeks: ministry of education, three and a half weeks: miaistry of health, four weeks: y of food, five: ministry of three, aad postmaster-geaer- al. 10 or 14 davs. Glenvil Hall, financial secretary to the treasury, said the war of- fice was receiviag letters monthlv from members of parlia- ment, health ministry and works ministry. 1.000. Ofter. time was needed for inquiry iato specific cases. Inis the final Purcaaser in-reDY re- the wouid the goods at a reasqn- has 2bl8 nobody in the aiid- V.35 die would be making a big profit. But War Assets have ruled that 2i on UXRHA. But the F-ed This policy simply means ments and didn't entitle them to meat securing a priority on sap- 3 -'ies for re-sale would also fatrly veil eliminate the possibility of maSing or maintaining equal distri- 1 bution across the territories or by sets have a task ahead of them. Nobody in his right seases would eavy them their job. Nobody expects them to be able to do it without laying them- selves open to criUcisnj from one side or the other from time to time. They haye stated that their poUcy Is to get rid of saleable surplus goods at market prices in a manner which Trill prevent speculation, pre- vent disruption of ordinary markets and "mpioyment, distribute sales across Canada, reach the public by the shortest feasible route, and coatrol prices and recover for the taxpayers the largest possible cash return for theh- investment. and export, the British people nave i large factory to employ 600 to lo- j TAX embraced an austerity program which, can. oaly be described as It Is a realization of this cate in that city. would what about f.ie other fejas helping j bit too? Is our go-! Main objective of the Can: load feeing carried by the bulwark i number of democracy in Europe that ac- wouldn't tuated Canada in huge loan a few weeks ago, and which win, -we believe, cause US. Con- gress to "vote much bigger loan shortly. The British Budget an- nounced this week is proof that the Mother Country is well on her way to getting back on her feet following the most destructive wax in history. Guelph declined Herald provinces, unless all provinces fol- So Mr. Fallow has made his threat against Edmonton and Edmonton hasn't lifted a finger. Air. Fallow has led with his chin and the users of the telephone utility are wonder- ing how much it is all going to cost them. Some of the Nazis still don't seem I to know they're licked. That being Uic case our govern- report having received debts ment sarely has something up its they had written off as uncollect- sleeve that will give the farmers able, so it goes to show that we a break in their income tax, for to pay our debts as a class at that rate we are paying of neoolc. We elect our members 000 per year towards keeping down j to do what they can for us and we the national cost of living, doa't want anv privileges over anv figured in taxes means 25 per cent, j other class but when we could set Now can any other business claim; 3 "break" we would like just a lit- such a high rate? Surely at that He consideration. Between the wind, rate we farmers are bearing more i the saad and the grindstone our thaa our share, probably so because uoses are gettins; a bit Fore we are so poorly organized, partly i and "fay crackev" some day WP are because the majority of Tgoinc to send fanners to renresent cannot hold their only means of' us If the preachers and lawyers Stephenson is touring western Can- ada to confer with officials of each provincial branch of the society in connection with the national can- cer campaign now under way across Canada. and doctors don't do something for us. How would yoti like to pay 25 per cent of your GROSS output? Yours truly. Barons. P.UDY "KOTKAS consumer soods are involved at the mSurc Uiese '5VnP trill to the i enable the Corpora t'.on co a oette ade.r reed deal- .more satisfactory job, Nor ere. Three dealers. I am sure, wotrta it necessarily result in. the make more than the two percent province getting an unfair snare What They Say Albert Einstein: At present, atomic energy is not a boon to mankind, but a menace. Perhaps it is well that it should be. It may intimidate the human race to bring order iato its internatioral affnirs. which, "without the pressure of fear, it not do. ______ the province intended to charge for the service. War Assets don't want to go into the retail business. I can understand that. But I can't understand them when they won't let the province go into the retail business if they want to. It wouldn't cost War Assets anything. They would get just as much for their goods as thev are getting now. And the provincial marketing services be the ones who had the headaches. Nobody can deny that War As- NEWSPAPER! of the surplus supplies. The only interpretaf-or. which I am able to put on the Corporation's decision is that it is ested in fceetring the regular trade channels provided with a ir.eans of making an easy profit, than it is with giving the public a chance to get the goods which they require. Not that I have any objections to normal trade channels are pretty busy as things War Assets goods went that important to them. NEWS PA PER fl R C H1V E ;