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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Eliminate Feeling of Colonialism Change Title Of Governor-General Is Suggestion Of Former Secretary Atsri! that the title -gover- nor-general" should be chargec to a feeUES of colonialism is the corcinioEs issde by Sir Severn. who for 10 -rears was secretary to the- genersl at Ottawa. In The Spectator, Sir Shulcham also saic saghi be desirable 10 siodrfv the inci: of state system fay which Ss resresentec at- M? from Britain, ss 12 the forth- roysl BJHT of Africa. "IScs: ueople would regard it ss n'osuro !f when bis inajesty goes 10 South Africa nest rear, Mr. (Prune iiinister) Attlee recorn- mended that a cistirgiashed selcier '-on: cne the ccininictis shoiiM be Great accordanc tianal practice c' referred to m ice Sta- tute of xiere aopiicahle." the i- Of the title of governor-genera., "It 13. no way cottrctes the posi- tion of the representative of the crown arc :i perpetuates a feeling of colonialism Tshirh ill sccorcs thft should also be designated commsncer-ir.- chief seems to conflict with 1 crizciple that the kmc Is himse.1 commander-in-chief oJ all the 'orces of the crown, wherever they 1 rcav be." i GOLD KCSH Cf AFKICA JOHANXESBCRG, South Africa. Apri 20- vf> A wild gold rush and feverish speculative buying swept South Africa with the re- ported rediscovered secret of a. fabulous strike in corih- westem Orange Free State. The gold fever was fanned to epidemic proportions by anr-oanceaaeat by Western LteL, a miniii? f irai, of deposits yields? 62.5 ounces of gold per tors of ore in early a ton. The usual yield here a a quarter ounce per ten. For years the secret had been locked in the grave cf two forgotten prospectors said to have found a nch, deposit near the surface close to the little village of Ocendaals-Kust. Final Decision on Canada Day Must Await Return of Senate 3y H. CAffiSBGIS (Canadian Press Staff Writer) OTTAWA. April Final decision whether the name Dominion day will be of- ficially changed by act of par- liament to Canada day must await the return of the senate nest month after the Easter recess. A crivate member's bill Introduc- ed last -Reek in the conunoes by A. Phiieas Cote, member for wes; forward to the t ss< cce csy senate. Thai sneecy action receives a degree of" attention, in. the country rareiv bestowed on a measure in- rrocucec by a private member. PREVENT HASTY ACTION" Those who oppose the change have been appealing to the upper house to reject it so the common could have another go at it next rear. Thev argue that one of the chief functions of the senate is to hastv action bv the com- mors and that this was hastly ac- tion. There is no indication the senate do. The discussions over the bS have resulted is many queries to the secretary of state department re- garcinz'the powers 01 psrliantenr to deal ptwlic holidays. Acniallv Bsxliamenr's atithority, ex'ceps in fin-p? of emergency, is and the bulk of the juris- diction rests the provincial legislatures. The only holiday that has any government, authority be- hind it and that applies to every- one is EundaT. The Lord's Day Acs enforces the observance of the firs; cay of each as a day of lord's Day Act passed br parUantent in 2S97 to maintain in the various provntces, but at that tune it was recosmiec the provinces had in such matters. The act provided the federal legislature should not suaersede provincial law cov- erinsr Sundays and no prosecutions should be launched in any pro- vince under the federal act -with- out the sanction of the attorney- general of that, province. STATUTORY HOLIDAYS The Dominion has established a lis; sf statutory holidays, the onlv people irho have to abide by them are' banks and Dominion civil The bills of exchange act, defines ?.hst days shall be -non-judicial." In effect, it pre- vents the banks from doing ordm- arv business so they stay closed. fencer the civil semce act cer- tain days are set aside as holidays and parliament has suthsnty to decide the holidays of the sen ants of the Dominion government, but its authority stops there. "Parliament cannot force the pro- vinces to change their acts." one of the legal advisers of the govern- ment told The Canadian Press. "When Premier George Dreff said Dominion cav be the name 'etamed in Ontario he -ras quite the Ontario legislature's He explained that any lairs forc- ing places cf business to be closed on holidavs. other than Sundays, are either provincial la-E-s or muni- cipal'laws for which the munici- pality obtained its authority from the province. Quebec, Manitoba Columbia have .several holidays that are legal in those provinces bus EK in others. Restore Marital Life To Cripples STOKE Bnck- inghaicsbire. England. April 20. marital life of British fightint men is being restored by a. 45- doctor. ILndwijr Gatt- mann. now medical officer in charse of the minislrT of pen- sion's spinal centre here. Dr. Guttmaan's methods of treat- ment are proving highly successful ia mending a marriage ruptured the serviceman is incapaci- tated by his injuries. The German Jewish doctor says: successes achieved in the restoration of the sexual life of these of whom are para- lyzed from the waist or the chest been the means of mending marriages that would otherwise have been, broken. "Wives who felt tha; msnta! re- lationships would be impossible have seen the proof that their fears are they are prepared to exercise fcrebearance towards their husbands. "Husbands who have contem- plated divorce because they fel; unfair thas their wives should be tied to cripples have been able to gain a diSerent outlook oa their future marital relationships and abandone sny idea of divorce." Treatment, falls into deSmte specialized nurs- ing to overcome the e3ect. of pres- sure sores on the paralyzed parts of the body as well as urinary in- fection, and special diets atid blood rransrasLoas in order to build up the resistance of the body. Buck Passing At Nuernberg By 'ROSS MtiKHO Bress Staff Writer) KtTEBNBEKG, April international -war crimes tribunal is witnessing an unparalleled display of "buck as Germany's irar leaders each take the -witness stand in their own defence but it's not likely to get, them Terr far. Field Marshal WHhelm Keitel and Joachim Von Kftbentrop set the pace by foisting the re- sponsibiUtT for trar crimes on Hitler. merely took ord- ers, they argned. They did not know what was going on. They did not share in all planning for aggression. Hermann Goerin? was more charitable to Hitler, but even he tended to play this defence game. This line from the German chiefs doesn't ring isnih much sincerity to observers here but other accused folkrw are likely to offer the same type of defence. It is based on -rhat Germans call on which Nazi despotism creat- ed. The defendants all believed In It completely asd is comes up time and again in this hearing. Blame Hitler LEFT HAND CORNER {CoaUnued from Front Page.) est daces in their own ranks. In Calgary during the 1945 elec- tion ihev nominated a Dr. Macken- zie as dC-P. candidate. At, the last minute he proclaimed himself a candidate of the Labor Progressive (Communist) party, leaving the local machine in utter con- sternation and confusion. Sometimes ihe emergence from icg the blackesc cays of the Battle j of Moscow. Stalin arrived there 1 Iv. Zhukov had had a terrible exhausuBg cay and had come back to his H.Q. and fallen asleep. Stalin up-toeo. into his room, and noticed thai Zhukov ivas sleeping 1 with lus felt boots oa, and that i these soaking wet. He care- fully pulled them off, and without i Zhukov took them, next, j door and told A.P.O.: "It's a disgrace to a valuable man like Zhukov to sleep his WEE boots on. See than you ges them dried at once. "When" he i iell him to caH me in Mas- cow. Also tell from me that he has goc a lousy AJD.C." The A.B.C. vas so upset that he M provinces, men forgo! all aoout the boots. Zhukov elected as members or the legislature have left their party to "independents" along ihe forgo: stepped law them, jumped into a j "Same boots, and still car, and rushed to Moscow. "Same boots, Stalin's first wt once had a secre- you ?CI a __ I t-nn rfe.' was Stalin's first words. "I tell you. e_ you have goi a loasy and r. I you ought to get rid "of him." He list was being ture. Just last December the Socialist government of Saskatchewan drop- ped its director of adult education, after months of careful observation had convinced them that his "eau- cauon'1 was directed to glorifying the Soviet fatherland. Plans woula be aporoved for showing fums 01 co-opeiative farms; the films would rum our to be about collective farms in the That kind of thing took place consistently over a per- iod of months. So the OCJP. fcnevr all too well how difficult it JS to be sure of the leather boots was Moscow. nmo The morning after the club din- ner the secretarv received a phone; call. "Robinson said the voice. "Is it true thai Jones got I absolutely intoxicated at the din-; ner last, j 'Tin afraid replied the secre- i tary. j "Scandalous! I too, old j TERRIBLE FIGURES (House of Commons Hansard) between the lamented Mr. Hepburn Janaarv, 1939, to Deceicoer, 1944. It ts curious that this is the ac- cuwd's underlying treed of de- fence, for Under the four-power charter eettins up this internation- al tribunal, the alibi of receiving orders from a superior is not ac- ceptable. at and Alex Parent, the "Windsor fel- low traveller, was ruinous to tne but a rot-too-good prece- dent for the liberal parly either. He was taking the customary _ test for the Home Guard to 31. 1944. 797; (b) In- when the instructor askea: i.Vpi prnsrfntrs 2. Fatal accidents from drown- ing September I, 1939, to December 31, 1944. 5.097. 3. (a) Fatal accidents at level i y crossings January J. 1939, Sir Hartley Shawcross, Britain's when the insuTictuir juries ai ievel ,auway Ltomey-general, pointed this out is the best way to imraobuze your. january if j938t to December in his original address to the court j for the British prosecution when j "Let zny wife cnve it, came ine he said "political loyalty and milL- i immediate reply. 1944, 2554. 4. Persons who died In coafla-; grations September 1. 1939, to De- cember 31. 1944, 1521, on basis of cata for three years 87 per cent, i were in homes. ______SLIP (Australian News Letter) wicked acts." A. serious slip occurred at, a Br.s- 5 from other ac- Justice Hobert Jackson, United bane wedding curing .r_e suuuner s cideni September 1. 1933. to Decem- States prosecutor, also underhned j worst heat, wave, this in his address. No Affiliation With Communists ber 31, 1944, 22.488, number in- Two nbbons over ae _ bnces jured not shoulders snapped as she in i church." In the vestry she had to CalJin? uoon the people of the clear a satin slip from arouna ner j Church' in Csrrada to ankles. liberailv to the Peace Thauk- ng bride tae The .Wusnrng rie o-ante e offerine of rne presbvterian Cau.-ch heat. The bndpgroora i. AdvaEee for cunst Rev. Dr Wft. sabotage _____ -o j Barclay, former Moderator of the The clergyiKans .o, arjd chainnan o TnaHit5- LUS an is _ door of affiliatton to the Coaunun- 1st cartv injecting a recent Oommnnfet reaties-t, for affshation, ihe Labor parrv said there so longer was S room within the organization for j groups with their own constitutions. TOU leaderships and policies. The pro- posed amendment, will say that) henceforth, fio oocy wita the cnar- i .jje acter of a separately organized t n were Dr- Barclav announced that on' upset "the vscar." So he May 12 to Msv 19 there wtll be an seriously the; mv dear friend, that i ada. He ooimed out that where I your wife should be as preferred, niav be made to instal- j ments over a three year period Dr. Barclay said. "Let evervor.e a matter of fact." replied "we are as now as under the call of 'How's Christ to rr.ake these weekF until ty will be eligible for affiliation, j siie-s the one and I'm Ihe t Mav a dco: of opportunity snd ue shall surprise ourselves by the ir.di- Nour irs-V W CiifeltJiC -Ui The amendment will be brought before the Labor party conference in Jcne which also will discuss Jhe! Communist application for affilia- tion. A sharp drop Jn the number of deaths due to carbon monoxide fol- A LOCSY A.D.C. (Alexander VVerth. well-known war correspondent, in The Sunday Empire News) There are not many personal cation latent powers of j GIFTS TO SOVIET book contain- ijwv i------ anecdotes about Stalin; but those i ing the names of thousands of resi- W d.iiCOUUVt-0 Cll_njUK vub i ---o J lowed the enactment of an ordin- one has heard in Moscow are very i dents of the Southgate and wood ance which was passed as a direct typical of the man. who sent result of a Pittsburgh newspaper campaign, requiring safeguards for gas stoves in homes. I like the storj- I heard from an officer of Stalin's visit to Zhukov's H.Q. in a village near Moscow dur- Green distncts of London who sent gifts to Russia and money to a hos- pital at Kursk was presented to) Pedor Gusev, soviet ambassador. Brings You Suggestions In H And Card STORE HOURS: 9.3O ..m. to 5.30 p.m. 9.30 to 6 p.m. Wednod.y 9.30 Wallpapers rt patterns ttte for WINDOW SHADES Be early for your re ia -ElndoTr shades lor surcmer. 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EDGING HOES "With 8-lnch blades- and wooden handles. Each BEET HOES 8-inch blade. Bach NEW STTLE SOIL-FLOW HOES, each 1.00 1WAPLE LEAF GARDEN" blades. 5ach GOLD SEAL GARDEN" blades. Each---- HOSE CLAMPS Half-inch size metal hose couplings for repairing your garden hose. Set............. Basement EATON'S TESTED SEEDS "TO GROW THE BEST SOW THE BEST" For Best Results Tse Eaton's Flower and Vegetable Seeds Package 5C FLOWER COLLECTION Containing an assortment suitable for the average garden. Package 30c Vegetable Seeds package 5c Also packed in 'i-lb, and 1-lb. packages) Perennial Roots Included in the group are Shasta Daisy. Iceland Poppy, Painted Daisy and others Iceland Poppy, Painted Daisy OQ to OQ Gladiolus Bulbs All named varieties. 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