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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta t. PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Vfer tSTHBXHXSE CO., LTD. Proprietors and Publishers 323 st. S, j W. A. BUCSAKAS ess and JOES TOR3AXCE jjaslsess H. G. LONG City Planning If Lethbricge lea another year .JOttawa Gossip active building go over hesdi The Prime Minister's Outburst at Conference Officers. PICKED UP IN PASSING C. i. MATTHEWS Secretary, Member Bzresa of iric; have been delated bv recent or beta the re as Second __, prospective pecially balls' for a secondary By CLYDE BLACKBUR5? fCanadian Press Staff Writer) congressional committee has been sitting sor incr tn find out why the unprepared when ese struck at Pearl Ear- 1941. je time. with, the ap- and a great, der uressure from, that bocy, "n fighting force is be- ate-d at such a rate taas As mentioned by .son. James A. MacSjnnoc, Canada's Minister cf Trade and Commerce, in sz. address before lie Ottawa Valley branch of ihe Canadian llsnufacturers' Asso- ciation the other evening, Canada a. special problem, that o: (With 1 ens of Generaliv speaking the news 1 exciting foV the boys and girls, but keen. _ rather saddening for fathers. With i Wita s. being sraduailv overcome, i now benma manv of the fun-producing toys j makers are i that-brought- joy to difldro before example. Wer fe- ComznU3ist 'because "the the war are conamg bact But poor i fe up BENEFITS ismentsry corn- affairs are still working hard at Ottawa. And the incst recent- of their decisions, af- to the city manager. has a. special problem, that of the war are cotamg bacc. partv is made up of Communists." j preferential tariffs. Canada paved I Yours truly, H. V. MAYNABD have them ready in business. the way for trace preferences with- in the 2mpire ia 18S7 wiiers, on the occasion of tee Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria, Sir Wilfrid laurier i announced on behalf cf the Casa-! result of ti dian people that this Donunionj the would grant tariff preferences to British gooes. Britain was then j manufacturers "tors. The few 1 are now made in Canada. be oa sale in the stores j Similarly, quality coming to tne will be imported. Canadian fac- forefront m other, envisions o, jhe he said in. reference to; local newspaper reports zermine a "former Communist." t sold two 'ectins the Veterans Act, will earn, them the thanks of many an ex-serviceman, and the encorsation means over" the polar regions "United Stales is attacked. For that reason United States and Canada are oarticularly inter- ested in the F areas as exenx- puified in the'Canadian "Operation Muskos" and the recently-con- cluded American carrier plane ex- ercises carried oa off Greenland by of all those who are interested in j jjie carrier Midway. the welfare of the country's fight- ing men. Members of the Par Eastern corn- cheaDlv mads toys from Japan ana a-Dnlpliv cut off in 1S39, longer. tons, wooden tops, spin j the preliminary hearings on espion- i Lethbridge, Alberts. Games by the score are j age charges of H. S. Gerson and Sir: lirst change, whicJi will oe mission Canada is one of them er-in-council, gives the minister discretionary meetings regularly here to decisions on administration. packers that the same thing is raw- Ter? a countrTilsprang iiappsnin? in Western Canada. Jus; how the Governments Ia: UJS. and Canada can this prsctics withisti; an army of in- spectors we do not know. The very fact, that the black market in meats exists in such proportions indicate that the marketing has got oat of joint somewhere along the line. Gov- ernments fear to take off price regulations in order to let the law and there was very little opposition among noa-British countries Canada's action, for all nations, had an equal opportunity to compete for the United Kingdom market. Bat when Britain was forced off j the gold standard and was forced to impose tariffs and quotas because of the totalitarianism of Germany and certain other nations in the between-the-wars period, then thej iBurnford Smith. After near i rvn crann OB. ipft. THA Sign of the times was to be found wood "and other materials that were not in urgent demand for war pur- poses. One musical instrument firm, enger ships that pass overneaa. War toys of an kinds are reported on the way out. Following are the letters referred J put iato effect by order-in-countal, to above: the minister discretionary ,__________ power to extend the-benefits of the of jauan within terms of tne sur- VL5. to veterans of two wars who render documents, but little is still owe debts to the Soldier's Set- j heard of their activities- The truth tleiaent Board. This will bring a j is that often this commission learns _____ fervent from many an'jof new developments in administra- has recently been con- sweat." tion of Japan by newspaper an- court i siderable activitv. filing ia and TTD until the nresent any veter- i nouncements of decisions oy an of both wars "who still owed any MacArthur. And they can't do much to the Soldier's Settlement I about it because Gen. MacArthur Beard was barred from participat- j seems to be 'doing aa extremely ing in anr benefits under the Vet- good job in. their opinion. erans Land Act. This not only t. >i- resiaentiaj uuiiKtosi aiiu. a. that he couldn't get any Dropping tne word organization Lnougn suopoenaed j ester oay bj Rf rhat I BOW fonnalir TO3r. his farm into from the official designation of the the defence. TT ti TTT YV O.O LL cn Jnee-mari nsn but residential purposes. n to india cold uhe incUan I ld to (and that was how in San Francisco m-a jjg glad to OTTAWA. caused only passing coinmen dozens of farmers Thai vear it hind its trees and its iron fence two when; miles down the Ottawa from the ti3 eir parliament buildings. ___ preferences began of supply and demand function be- i rankle ihe trade departments cause, JT tnsy did, runaway inSa- ol other tionmish-. ensue. The bare fact is, become a source of'irritation, ana! mat there is more money thanj in pa-'cular has fceat in Canada today, and thej tariffs be dropped, intstion tfi Ijlprsr -msrVot ?cl _ Thomas from you i that the city has not licensed and g arrived ;for them I countenance the use of the holding if he had left the oja farm, i anyway) has caused some compU- man- men who have j cations when it is snortened to exercise the utmost states- said area for anything but the erec- m of a residence or Yours R. V. MAYXAHD SS3 who "will be able to A despatch on the state department- make things go provided they can ticker, at a moment when the New -get out from under" the old debt. The new regulation will permit Jnt jninister to give help to. cases. As I not baa full o< the order-ia-coiincil there is no Tork meetings were a little tense, referred to the unsecurity council. temp E_onger indeed, it has The statement appeared to indicate that the cabinet mission R. V. Mavnard. Ssq.. was about through with its gather- 3I4-6tii Avenue Soutn, settlement of New TO dors and within its atmosphere. ajjd i i coming along. j K nas ia rooms, among Uiem a either the ui conoois set up officially that a cropping of Im- 1 up river a bit, Bytown had 2.400; great, carpeted recepnon reject proposals the employees 20 Years Ago From the Hies of The Lethbridge Herald. It was stated at the Cardston Board of Trade meeting yesterday ew that the government intends to e proceed immediately with the con- the Gleawood is now under j small holdings. Your letter will be placed before -riVo wronr' change has even, wider Const: ceiling prices imposed on their live- says Canada is going t stock commodities. And they say to thercselves that evidently more meat is act wasted, it is the same batter. Dispatches this week told about the "retreat from dairy-; ir.g'' in Westers Canada. irssteaa of becoming more recuct aiay well become still scarcer. The j other coim came nay apply is the case cf meat j wanted if the present urging of j eliminatio iarmers to sell graa eonUnues. Of practices course, if labor cotud be economic mace avaliable to enable the farmer to increase both grain and livestock output the situation would soon straighten itself oat, bat. present time the farm labo: act for use on rented or privately- Hole coulee. provincial road pro- the re-routing of -Cardston trail by to miss the Pot crowded its cent wage increase. to won statement. Three people cut Hie Canadian Social Science Re- search Council: "If the avoidance of future war tion is worse than at any time since the outbreak of the war ia 1939. Ottawa is faced -sritli very dif- ficult food and is unlikely to find an easy solution which will not jeopardize the drive to prevent come of the trade conference. If it inflation. as Governor-General. of eJgfat in It has been the home of vice- j at tae! Canada are engaged in producing since i- r J! -r government bougnt it in is the all-important problem of the j that in u utja- gooas 10. export, Can- j even in Ottawa thousands have i day, the pface itself will be the next i praisers had aaproved pur chases of 336 homes valued at and had disapproved pur- chase of 127 homes valued at 745. Mr. Proctor said an increase had been noted in the last month in the number of unsatisfactory ada we believe that five oat of i caught only a glimpse of it in pass- j war for the social sciences; for eight farmers must seek an export outlet for their main commodities such as wheat and livestock. The West has a vital interest in the out- j succeeds in wiping out trade ob- ing. Others have never seen it be-! never have the problems of these sciences been of an equally lenging scops or complexity." Econ- I omists. statisticians, historians, political scientists, sociologists and fn l-" ..S lO S J..r the long growth. West may look forward to a i the other social scientists, roust not housing npHnrt r.' n-nsneri'v and relax their efforts. And thev look i veterans. pexiou o. p.uapcn y JilUiC Ciliill COiliLJilSiAifcO iiWiii J.J for municipal, school, hospital and j gory who found that they could i up to assist them to get the live- provincial taxes, many farmers are (not even receive a_priority for the they require to get started. disturbed. The new "association is purchase of needed equipment, let intended to be a helo to the vrn alone get any help. cipal Council and to the ratepay- Presumably now, by taking ac- ers It will be able to study and vantage of the new ordcr-m-coun- discuss a larce number of prob- be able to receive some 1 to the public for s j for their work. support I obligated to units offered for sals to In 10 cases -veterans had lems which affect the farmers of the financial assistance and wul qualify to buv homes at rnices district, and its formolior. is a for- i for priorities. For many of them ward step ia municipal, atfairs- j tee priority will be of even more i far above their actual value. As this is an important phase of agriculture in many parts of the province the absence of any attempt to deal with it has caused hardship to many of our returned men. But perhaps the parliamentary commit- tee may yet make a recommenda- tion. EWSPAPERl .'SPAPERf ;