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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta KU5B FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1946 JBOBtALD CO.. LTD. and Publishers Sbttn St. S, iietnbridse. Alberta. W. A. JOES TOHHAKCE Basiaess H. G. LOXQ C. B. MATTHEWS Secreiary. Some 100 ratepayers of rural municipality a: r evening to protest against Individual Enterprise Wins Bv WILFRED E. GOODMAN Itarned tow to make even better Tip earning eveai_s .o process, {ery small one. Watch- Then came a big order Iron ai increasing assessments on their a snee- paper so departmental with ;hat WHAT NOW, MR. SCIENTIST? Audit Member B-Jresu of social service and h the days whea -in Nova Scotis 1902. and the iadustry thrived all I through the intervening years, la- it takes praeticaEy as loag as to ripen. i eluding the years of the First World emor-general of the Dutch East f'nttrVorf hv r.np said In IjTiTidori 325.000 JaD- STIR IX SCOTLAXD (High Siver Times) Soaie one estimated that hun- dreds of tons of sugar are wasted bv beiag left ia the bottoms of tea Dr. Eubenus J. Van gov-, ondoa Punch savs the A THOCGHT ABOtTT EGGS (Chicago Sua) Two facts aad a probability which i Tne Caaadian Coagress of Labor, sfeould be considered togeiher: which is affiliated with the CXO. has served notice that it is goiag to force a showdown ia the whole questioa of labor relations so far as wage rates aad hours of work They are planned to develop ia us, aad especially ia aew Canadians a sense of loyalty and love of country ia the hope that out of this will the British people every reasra to_ ex; fefled to hold the line progress of tae me. War. and was only checked by the Indies, said in Loadoa 325.000 Jap- draining of voting" maatKiwer "from j anesE were still in the farms cluriag World "War n. ow> Trader Allied control and the When adequate supplies of farm j rest "somewhere in interior of labor are again assured, there is j Java." He said negotiations now i every reason to expect continued' are under way with the United and Londoa Punch says the report started quite a stir in Scot- land. ustry. I States. Britain and Australia AGRICULTURAL SCHOOLS (Vulcan Advocate) Since agriculture is the basic ia- Alberta and since the consistently toward more groceries al offer any food to the other two? Would you let them watch you eat without giving them some? Could you watch them go hungry and suffer the pains of hunger while you coatiaued to eat and eat well? I doa't Tbinlr there is a person ia Canada so selfish that hg could do that. And yet Canadians are not going hungry today. There is hardly a laeai that each one of us does not get up, feeling that we have perhaps; eaten too much, and left food on- our plates when we left the table. We grumble whea the restaurant doesa't serve butter with the nooa meaL Aad we never give a second thought to the children, and wo- men, and men who are dying of to the sunreme council. court and priw Cards: Future of naiional regis- tration cards which Canadians have carried since ily wiil be de- es- to learn -Jiat the government plans wSe we let to set up at least one more agncul-, SStSSaerSh. if the roof is blown off wage and I JCCA hour rates in Canada, the roof will i ings have i ward. also be o5 Well over grow a greater unity of thought and 50 per cent of the people either live purpose and action for Canada. j on the farms or live by serving the Some do not like the Idea of a new conception of Canadian citi- zenship. As for the flag, tae Jack is good enou; we are told. And iiow gjjQUt chSnglaST ion Day's name so Canada Day. Perhaps to tss oldsters the changes j bushel- Instead of meat at ceiling; mar bring so'jas regrets. But we; prices it win be meat at American! tains that, takiss them together, the three proposals going to give Canadians a new sense of love their country, a new sense of be- 3oEgiEg, atid a sew sense of our position and our responsibility in has suddenly shrank greatly in size. We don't think the change ia aarae to Canada Day should cause any aeartounsiags. Wei called ourselves Doziiaion for! over 60 years before we became a! Dominion In fact- 'KOTF that we! xeally are a Dominion, having shuffled off all our swaddling colonial clothes, it might be a good idea to change the name oJ our natal day. It may make a.? think It would be difficult to say wnat i between- aad technical traiamg, it is eacouragiag The Indians grew they must do without powdered eggs, i seme maize, but it was greatly oif- diversification, has beea ia oper It is true that business years Kyuicfci averaging 143 acres successful farms. UGLT RACIAL PREJCDICES acres for the 25 (Ottawa Journal.) farms." Says the Toronto Globe and Sugar beers are grown by success- JVsr j ful larmers in southwestern On- imprisoned" ia Tokvo for Canada tario counties (Kent. Middlesex, jgt activitisss was kept _ opinion that i j irrigation j. period in prairie timates come the commons. The estimates for the current fiscal year provide S324.525 for the ex- pense of continuing the registration through recording new registrations of persoas reaching the age of 16, changes of address aad deaths. The matter is expected to be the subject of some debate and there will be opposition to contiauing it both qa the grounds of expense and a feeling it is a form of regimenta- tion not warranted in peacetime, Seaate: An already predominant- ly Liberal senate inav become even more lopsided before "the end of the present session of parliament. Ob- servers on Parliament Hill consider it within realm of possibilitr that at least a couple of the current five vacancies may be filled in that time. .rour of the five seats were form- erly held by Progressive CoitserTa- tives but. hewing -to custom, they will be fined by Liberals. The pre- sent standing is: Liberals 65. Pro- gressive Conservatives 26 aad live vacaat. At this early stage of the second session of the 20th parliament, there have been few rumors as to likely appointments. Two of the vacancies are in Ontario seats, two in Nova Scotia and one in British Columbia, the duty of one man to look after his brother. Because we don't like our brother men, because they are a long way away, because we don't have to watch them starve doesn't 20 Years Ago From the Hies of The Lethbridge Herald. If the roof is to be oS wages the farm people will have Laaibtoa. Huron. Essex aad Elgin) food sent him by Mrs. Father Eauax and his staff and that such wgly prejudice should fae broucht into the light of no exposed for the shameful thing it it. For it to grow anc spread in tile darkaess in which It best nothing but trouble, which might be generations in dying wheat at the world price of a J prices because farmers will demand that the U.S. market, closed to them ia 1S42 by Govenuaeat baa to as- i T They Say people who are potential c thrown down altogether. These are j only a few of tne things that will happen to the prices of what the laboring man must bay. Canadians will not stand for con- trols which benefit only part of the country, and a removal of controls for the beaeSt of a minority. If the C.C.L. aad radical labor want more about Caaada as a whole to force a showdown now is the One of it, forms, almost as evil age of farm ia'aor. Bat in a ncr- AT. t rmtch news aseacv said the worst, is race prejudice, snd'mal peacetime subsidies Lv'fvf'fS! s especiaHy the type of race prejudice will not be required. I s- H- which expressed the evil Xari heart Between 1939 ar.d 3945. farmers of and helped bring ths world tragedy, southwestern Ontario were paid SvStea This country, if it is to become', for sugar beets, apart what all of us must want it to be., from the in Ontario mast judpe a mar. by his own char- s eminent subsidy. More than SIO.- acter and citizenship, not by the j 000.000 was also paid to factory blood of his forbears. We must not: labor, transportation agencies and think of him. nor blame nor praise I various suppliers during the same about the particular parish ml tune to say so because others will j !ndUS" we happen to live. to throw have a word to say ia tne matter. Tnat be our test- i _. ,_ HO1I5R FLETCHER, B.Sc. inat alone. i Caatnam, Oat. that Indonesian nationalists 800 persons in the Bandoeng area in the last eight months. The news agency said Gen. Spoor de- clared a similar number was miss- ing, with bodies being dug up daily. Aneta also quoted British sources as stating that Japanese forces en Dutch Borneo killed approximately Nils Aanesen of fa letter in Edmonton Journal: have no right to ignore the of the food and goods we produce, aad must export, die from starva- tion? It seems to me taat it Is only good business to send these people the 1925 audit. Irst seediag of sugar beets reported in the Lethbridge the public schools reached SI04.000. A school S5.600 has beea saowa in by those who lost are mostly farmers have thing else to do around home. We can't expect the lumber operators of this province will he able t-i get a timber survey started. This is a problem oar province must face, The sooner we get this survey started the sooner we will get more 400 prisoners by .sealing their, in a profit from our forests At least mine shaft before the surrender we would know how much we have last Acgnst. I in the different districts. all we can, to try to gain their trust relatives in the war. Yet we are be- i jng crueller thaa that. We are coa- dernaing thousands of chiefly the poorer ones who dida't have sense eaoagh to know what the war was all about die the tortuous death of slow star- vatioa. So we want to wia the peace! Yes, we want it doesn't cost us anything. Merciful God for- give we know aot what we do! i. to show them that is based on the brother- hood of man. They wont forget oar kindness when eventually they are in a position to do us a favor by buying our products. If a plebiscite were to be held in Canada today to see whether Can- adians were in favor of putting all Germans in a poison gas chamber and killing them, it would be turn- ed down by an overwhelming IN FW SPA PERI NEWSPAPER! ;