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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL LSTHBRIDGE HERALD CO, LTD. Proorietort and Publishers j 323 St. 3, Alberta. W. A. BUCHANAN Director, j the JOHN TORHANOB Business ilsaaser. E. G. LOXG if.iaginjr Editor. WEEK THE NEWS! Done-" PICKED UP 'inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the PASSlPS G FOR THE BOSY READER Harry Pascal, 76, received fatal when he fell 25 feet from o A C. E. XLV1TEEWS Secretary. Audit Member of "A FAMILY REUNION IN THE BRONX" Ont. There are typhus cases This is a revelation, as well as a revolution, in the OF !or can harciy encompass it ir.; same time dome a. service to God. our day :o day thoughts on events; vocation in Sept. 2 to 5. THAT BODY OF YOURS (JAMES W. BARTON, MJX> HKEVEVTIXG KETUKX ATTACKS OF KKEUMAXIC FEVER WITH SULFAX1LAMIDE down is something compelling in the Christian j creed and not merely as a beautiful phrase. The week kas brcagk: a breath-j Christianity is a wonderful religion in what it (Authorized as Post OSce "The Herald Serves the _------ down Vancouver has had 57 inches of! rain since Oct. 14 and suii ing. Too much is too sr would irade a cay's one of Vancouver days about Garson o: r lodging down Budget the other i j which is disturbing the world of today, who has Icsv enunciated a. principle which j .-3., province f the Herald -Though 'a surplus 'dollars Garson is an advocate of 'zhe principle of maintaining tsxes high raies in the good years to ?the end that they may be reduced iwhen there is a decline in the busi- fuess cycle. As a result of following plan Manitoba has been able TO reduce the public debt -COME. SMILE: arv UTTIJE BIRD WILL FLY in La Yictolre. Presicent Sidnev Smith University of Toronto has an: the Question of Citizenship i trUh the infantry. He became known Bv WILFRED E. GCODiJAN A smart youthful lieutenant In a, as a real fighter. A slrl applied j Whea a man or woman cJ aalddle age, apparently healthy, dies sud- denlr heart disease it is often because of aa attack or of rheumatic fever as z child or yoursg adult. The usual history has been an infected throat followed a few later by an attack of rhea- EiaUc fever iaflaaiajaiiOQ ol join! or joints-, high temperature, possible inflammation of lining of heart because of ia the blood. the attack passes over it often happens, that, when the infjampd lining of ihe hean heals, shere is hard fibrosa tissue formed which iBJerfers a-iUi the wortinj cf the valves of the heart and also prevents she valve tissue closing the opening completely beta-ten the chambers of the heart. This is the cause of a leaking heart and the raunnurs- despite the damage thus doae the heart: bv the attack of rheussanc fever the heart muscle can overcome this leakage and purr.p enough blood for the body's needs just as a leaking puasp can training cainp in Canada was suni- moned to appear before his com- pamp enough water for the needs prices board regulations numbered 15.439 to Feb. 28 and fines collect- ed totalled S1.467.59S. it was disclos- of these my iJ iiJXCl- W 1 -1 ro know whether) done UntO OD6 OI the colonel's desk, and s ,_ "You wanted to see cause she was not Ssghsh. ves answered the colorel. "thumbing through a pile It would be grossly unfair to con- of corresoondence. "Ah, "here it is. mer.t failed to react t lawj-cr in the {rolr. a woman pedestrian, according through 3 of California, Arizona. Utah, and part of Oregon, five feet You will see the r _ ,._ i. and at least we have no NKVD. busheis couid Rememoer, when the Government] Nature U is boss of the people tnere is appeal from the decision. depend upon the humor in which we find Nature the coming growir.3 season -nether the will be better or worse next winter. Tne U.S. winter crop has come through the winter in better than normal spring and a bumper "5; i 'ailed to this" chal- 1 There ?.re two per.d- lenge you would have expected the jnj, jn the Point-Grey section of I to evidence. of than be harvested if no j Meantime former President I Hoover of U.S.. who was the food _. admirustrator Ior the Allies Europe has bee: has much the First Great War. y permanent guests at the The citv electric a'surplus of dunr.g month of February. formation that has been brought about in the last fifteen years. They reclaimed 3.000.000 acres cf land Hotel Georgia from the dried-out desert, dry found conditions grjm'and not' to tRe fet5eral government for legal a chance of betterment. So i fSd- an effort to prevent th_eir much chance of betterment. So j tives to nominate grave .5 tne that Bntam jng ]3Vyer in Vancouver to contest nas to ration bread U.S. j one 0{ the vacancies with a view to will do the same. US. thinks this 5 his appointment as lirmecessary. but the very fact that j aj. Premier Kan asserted it was who was able to stay off bread rationing durin? the war, offers to do so now shows how serious she considers the situation in to be ia continental Europe. asser: out of the question to wait that long to find a successor for Mr. .Mai'.land. But the battle still rases and the coalition solidarity is seriously undermined. eviction by May 31 to make room for transient guests. A spokesman said the government failed to realize how many people make their permanent homes in hotels when it did not srive hotel residents the Vancouver went that it would not even grow .cac- tus, and you never saw such boun- tiful production as you can see there today. ailDDLE-OF-ROAD PERIL