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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta fct PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL Highlights in The News Osigene Dticharme. 54. and his I Canary fe 51, died as a result of Sa-' Alberta ssrlr this week for the died as a result of s. Sa- i Alberta -eacn-rs' coavauoa. anc collision a vies the accornmooauos at railwar passenger train anc the, lEStitute of Tecipiog} ana truck "mwbicS they were Xorta H_! uhicix comrci-tee, near Sturgeon Ont. believes is suitable for the proposes: Charlton Downs Deny Seven 24 DEWITT Br branch. i1 DAUPKINS5 _..._ Press Stsft -ttrrer) >X, April Atcletic scored E-lgader Cssssas 13, j a 2-1 Satarcav Deroy reteran Salvation Arsy. officer.' A fourth remand was granted IE co-_rrj, in an Easter eied in Vancouver Samrdaj. Ee_ Calgary until Aprji 29. for the.r football assoc-a'.or had a heart attach a. fea Chief Jacge J W Mcrtei-sld in C-s f-r_2 i April 27 anc a: t'-e .-erne :he case of Cpl R. J- Mcr- meat into a one-pci_, >se. n. erar-, crime Sarracis sclcUer Ijeagt-e South, chsmpj Three groups appeared before ;c, b? a corne-ec the Manitoba royal acult ecuesriMi in War Becomes More Critical related this conversation to rae on the beach I him I thought it v.-as a gross insait to Canaoa, he would get the blame, uiat the affront to isoula be picked ut> bv 'he anti-British press Aiaenca ana there all "1 VOliUTOl IS v t Kiflr IftKUA In i hell to pav." Butcher sii i that McXaiSghton be sent t Americas sector ana permitted to LOXDOX April siiggested i Greatest issue la Bnush. politics to- to the oav. state control pmate en- war which cut ManchiLns between C! Comrrunisis- ano. President Chiang J and that 5 KucmiEtsns: ment- forces hjs to the Canadians, and that Alexander sue Montgom- ery be toic about it. f AUEXAXDEK ADAMANT Butcher continues -Ke (EXen- found Alexancer terprise, be raised on a four- fold front when the isot.se of com- mons re-assembles Apnl 30 after its Easrer recess. The government will prob- abh table a motion asking fo- ap- proval of its proposal for a. large ANOTHER WAR IS NOT LIKELY SOON Edmonton Wins First Hoop Game TVASHIXGTC-K, April VP, Lie. secreiarj -general of the: EDMOKTOX, April la a KauoEs, said Si is the basi- I bare-fought game marked by ness af sis organization and sews- checking. Edmonton down- paper editors to prevent nar. Vancouver Bedlunds. British. Editors a prepared night v.j. s _w? vjtnww broken, Said McXaughron hao no measure of ssste eonirol in the iron Chinese oomiag here coring an oseration and steel industry. Health Minis- j he nac Me- ter Aneunn will introduce' ensure that the will not have of the vrestern Canadian a either now eis in ttat ois- GOWHS. aat Itahue cnen it may Jack our iQ President Chiang and that -ahCe he r-ae i-eateo. Me- ter Aneunn Bfian will introduce Fascism ana i aomiEtsns err-j Xaughtcn pointy, if he haa been, his national heaZta seri.ce fciJ. ae- constitute a t_rea: to _ oecoming more cnti- a junior ofecer he would haie p_ac- sgaed to put all under sa-o, V i ed hira tinoer In "view j public ownership and to provide 'support jtae umiee I n? nf for J first ex- a J threat to isrorid peace, i he ecitors to i Nations m their i e'J, Health Minister sale in pened to Ottawa the American J. Physical Baas aoa for her pio; physical scorec tne wi To ai: wh? ask'-d how -hey 'he fina .eet in Charlton's wcs the Slates to tri to a truce. i AcEuaKi ac anaisace would Pope Pins said the Italian elertiooc June 2 to select a constituent assCJobly give the people of Italy the choice "between life and death." TS-ideJpresd csinenc for stricter to rasfee more food avail- able for has cereloped irj Zealsso. Section cf eo.niT-1 members the Aloerta Asso- ciation haxe seen announced 01 C W reeistrar O L. re-elec-ec to Dis- tie against ana trj s mast extreme leftists -whilp Wast Bromwich Aibio-. fifth in the saosoners cf the Nationalist league taole, utc West Ham 'ersmmt inc'uae great Unitec 1-1 ______ iests One thing seems clear: The Chln- Communists, who are eiceed- strong in northern Ctins and The raw chaa.D-snshio ushtened up The Atsstralisn aereed to grast a loan of tne Dutcn East In-; Bu. soon, .e -s ana of the critical shortage of trans- j free raecicai services for eiervone. portauon and the nuisance to b-t.} j The civil aviation blil. to make sraS to look after the Cana- i air lines a state monoply. and the dian coramander-m-chief. he oropotal to the Cable and Wire-; nvelv could not gran; McNaugh.-1 less" comoany, already largely pab-" ton's request. j licly owneo. completely Knder gov- j -ike pointed out the danger in- emmenr control also will come be- _. orkn UT reived, the importance of Canaca, fore parliament. 1 WO FlUrt in the war. ana cited the landentji Of all these, steel !s expected to T I T C T U of Prime Minister Mackenzie Kmg; raise the most violent controversy in O. 1 ram matuig a paolic statement in the; one team i straight The tiarups "ancoai by, McArtiair, Raser, Smith Watson. McDermott. TBtal 21. Kamb- iS> CallaTsraT. Forbes I4m- nnng Hurst, Fncker. Total 33. TomieS. Edmontoa; George SJbome, Vancouver. Harold A. Robe. 63. house of commons in Ottawa, claim-1 TWO W4XT DIPLO5IATIC BOSTON. April T-AO song wrrer and actor, died at Eemp- ing the British government ana Ike j REIATIOSS WITH CANADA engmeoiea were cead anc4st- stead. X.T. hsd intended to prevent of PRAGUE. April 22 cas in critical conoicon, ana ap- j tne lace me Casadiacs were in i siui Austria. prosiraateiy 300 persons reported Sicilian invasion, moieative a I have become sharolv aware through injuries after two New Haven Rail- j chip-on-the-shoulcer attitude But Canadian relief assistance and_ths rosa passenger trains colilaed head- smce Alexanaer J Ike felt constra: subordinate commas ifontgomery has on entry into Eightn armv area 2-3 to ing Cnitec j Manchana. have latenaon of nchester jhat area under tnsir dppartmenis to cevelop policies ace programs for the of CAnacjn forests anc the mainten- ance of our forest resources." was Detained in a statement on forest, Pinder. service 55. for res made fey, Bertram O Vancouver Mane jssterec a 2-0 vsctorj ?y Kveton now are only points behmd Unitec. ecci with three tria-. before the season se are _the onij Evertcn and Manchester who won. 4-0 from Sneftielc i cna Bo'ton Wanderers.' arrangement lies in L own jor.sdict.on. CIALM RICH AREA Comm-jmsa might be to Participate in a liberahzed fed- go-.emment -s-hich would reccs- mze Comoimls. stalights in Wecnescay issue" bv the Canadian Psl? busiaessTcas- ifr Pmder cied i who cefeatec Sams-ey 2-0. denlv m Seattle Th-_rsday. He nao Ctoe of the cay's biggest crowns _____ -n. been associated wits the Kelly' to Staaitort Bricge report from the Alberta fishery Etoizlas Co in Vancouver as plant. to ceam departmea- in connecr.cn witH supermtfindent. before progressec beyonc ie fishme in Aloerts Iskes A. Mon; thai last; season over rjoands of fisa were takes at vine of more si and tnat 90 cer cent of it went to the United States market. !n senera! will cease In the Soviet Tnion m 1347 while bresc and cereals are to be remov- ea from the rsaon list this year, la appreciation of America's hos- semi-unai stage, win the" fooioall Commismsts are clai to such an fact that the jan exeeed- Ia appreciation of Asn-ncas Qos- expected to defend on f Jture poll pitality. W. Somerset Maugham. dcai 'szntivh Tiresentec the -n Thomas. 64 protniaent association amateur cup final 3-2 Tl ii'jsiness raan is cead. over Bishop Auckland, whica haie.m iT-r-.r. Koven times m 12 an- st GOVT. MAKEUP f Continues from JTant Paje ed tha; Sa-denara might be a to form a new cabinet ba; this won the cup seven times in 12 ap- pearances is. the finals In tne Division So-atn dtp Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic took a clear ingly rich m natural re- sources and the Xanonalists naturally covet tt. Cnma is in the gno of one of the most temhie famines of history. Thousands are dying daily, ana manv millions are facing death by starvation UniKc Nations Helief and He- hsbilitation Adnunistration is shio- ping food to Cham, ana if the re- lief gets tiier.e fast enough and in trsro-pcint leac with a 3-2 win over i sufScisiit quantities, the easement Bristol City wmle Heacing cownec j may x reflected in tns political sii- _ aon, and 1 factions. British author, presented the ongm- al manuscript of his novel "Of Human to the ttaitec 6tates library of congress. United States Attorney-General Tom Clark disclosed that 20 scedal Invstigators are in Earope seeMs? evidence on the transfer of German essete in T7.S. to "corporate fronts." Six Chatham Collegiate students. vho toos escaailsations from the principal's office, nave been discip- lined bv both the student's conned and the pnnapal. A Japanese teacher who told his elsss democracy was a "sin" was ordered dismissed fa a directive handed the Japanese government by Allied neafiquarters at Toiyo. Six-year-old Both Anla owes her Jife to" Donald Smith. 13, who slid into the North Saskatchewan River Et Proice Aloert to rescue the chile efcer she fell from, the wall along ias nvers esige. An 83-vear-old hrlde-to-be, Harriet Carkin, set a San Diego County record wnen she applied James Sice, 67. for a marriage icense. The previ0ns olaest appli- cant was 82. Genius aas its place, but it's no lielp dnvnig an antomobSe. That's tae conclusion of the Los Angeles cnapter of the national safety council, -sfiucn said persons on average intelligence maXe the safest motorists. Those below average are rot alert, the council pointeo, and taose of gemns type are usually too pre-occirpied. farmer Japanese army officers are forming groups and secreting supplies in the obviois hope of one day regaining power This is learned from reliable Allied TiaHnnaig and ocenaanorT officials- Is maay instances, the identities and loca- tions of the groups are They ere being watched. taown. Saidesara was expected to sssume i tne presidency of the Pslace. third in the south (south') cap standing, were held to s 1-1 tie ov Cardn'f City. Qi.eens Parh Kangers plaved Ijoerals (Conservaavss) and Social-Democrats 'left of obtained the most seats m tne re- cent diet elections, but none re- ceived a majority. Ths current crisis for the Shide- hara cabinet was precipitated whsn leaders told Smdehara thsv would not accent Urn as party presidEnt as Ions as c.s rsmamed f Continued trosi Eront ?aze edncsied at end Sj CoBege, Cambncge. Eaglaao. He became sec- retarr of the Roys! Sjanomic So- Third Divisioa South (north re- saon) cua Scottish tearcs played first round i games in the Scottish victory cup competition. Inter-Provincial Grid Loop Drawn CALGARY, Arinl em Canaca wul see a f-ve-team mter-proviacial Canadian Football ieagufr this year and some of the clubs w21 have irmxirted players from the oiateu Slates under agree- ments reached jsstercay az a mset- mg of the "Western Inter-Provincial Sugby Pootbail onion. in we.; actirsr nnncioal i "Zte msenng attended by repre- a and was_ created iirsu andSomoaion EsSaoi jano. witn wnrwn representation j from Vancouver laons. "drew UD a tentative scneaaie starting Aug 31 and ending Oct. 26. It calls for eaca rlub to play tour games at home and four away. Rugby Results LONDON. April Bugnv games played Seturday in the TJnu-efi Smgaom. resulted as follows1 Barrow 16, Ijveroool Stanley 5. Eatley 19, Leecs 9 Brougaton Hangers 5, Rochdale Hornets 6. Castleford 17, Hull 10 Peatherstone Hovers 18, Bram- ley i 75 Swintoa 3. Hunsiey 21, York 6 Oidham 19. Hajfax 10. Salfora B. DewsbUT 4 "Rakefield Trinity 32. St. Hel- ens 10. Town 33, Keigh- July 15. 1943, Mr Mackenzie King told the house of comiaoas thas President Roosevelt, as his re- cuest. had mstracied that Casa- ooan troops be mentioned m earlx communiques on the Allied attack on Sicily. He said it had been the opinion of military authorities in Great Britain that no reference should be made to Canadians uar- ticipatmg m the lEsEEN Cr .S According to Butcher. 2senhower felt Alexander was not giving suf- ficient weight to tne problem of a democracv conducting a war. "It B oovious, he said, the Caaacuan public needs inspiration and some means should be worked out for accommoaatiag McXaughton. Said he might be told tnat we would put ashore with rations in legation either in Prague or Vienna. Boston, suffered fatal injuries as i Af Thp'r i RESIGNS AS V.O.N. HEAD OTTAWA. Aprfl John Wilson McConnell, owner and pub- lisher of the Montreal Star, is re- the cab of their locomotive was crushed m the impact of collision an outbuuna six-car train" heading for Providence, Ri The name of a second fireman i ring from the post, of national' on the same engine, John B. Terr, j -'54. af Boston, pitai danger list. president of the Victors Orcer of 154. af Boston, remained oa a hos- Kurses Aon! 29. it was leamed last mghs. Ke will be succeeded bv Senator Norman McLeod Psterson of Ortawa. XAMED TO JAPAX COCXCn. on the Canadian beach and let him thumb a "ide to the Divisional head- quarters, now some 59 miles from the beach, but 'Whiteley (Gen. J C Wiuteley. deputy cmef of staff) thought 5ilcSaughton would be a nuisance. Saia the Canadian was being and tha; if "McNaughwn is the military figure he is sunposed to be, he trill under- stand the smianon and will accept the mevitaD1e a. Soaring food costs and t of George Ateheson. Jr, career czolomst, as TTmted States member and chairman the Allied four-power counoi for Japan. FOR BRITAIN' LONDON. Anril 'C.P Cable) George Robertson, secretary of the Saskatchewan "Wheat Pool, said CHURCH PAYS OKLAHOMA CmT. April 22. members of the Krst Christian church received trafSc atatioa tickets for pars- ing in a! alley during Easter services yesterday but Eev. W. TT Alexander said the church would pay the fines TWO P.O.W.'S ARRESTED PORT ARTHUR, Onr_ April Two German war we-e taken mto custody bv in an interview that the f arrays j notary authonaes here of his province have cleared the wheat from their bins to supnly British nescis. SATS IMPERIAL P4KLET IS tONGOVERDUE LONDOX April (C-P- Cab-e) Daiiv Sseicli today exaress- after one of them gave the game j awav bv starting to answer m his native tongue a question piit to in. cserman. Ths men escaoed from a paper company's camp at Hegan, Cut srd ed its regrets that the forthcoming tuscussions among commonwealth unme ministers and pnbLc of tne Bnnsh government "have not crricism. of lavish, spencug caiised! the character or auznonty of an caught at another carno at, incorrect A iioerai ui poliacs. a wsrm-hearteo. ana geaerous Ser- of catholic an expert far and an autnonty on ballet. prune Minister Attlee exoresrssi "very great regret" over the aesth of Lord Keynes and descnned as Britain's bnluant ecoco- nust" WBOSe services to tne state "as an adviser on econom.cs and finance and as a negotiator were in- valuable-" Sir John Anderson, forms lord president of the cooncil, Braisea Lord Seynes as "tne most distin- guished economist of ius day." ATOMIC RESEARCH Sports Roundup CB- HUGH FUIiiSSTON' J3.) NEW TORK. April DUDUSCS, Amateur Baseoall Association not only wul have tvo bail teams comnosea of returned, t-sr -v the Ameri- ___ _ can Legion and of foreign CARRIED i it iise z. number "of ley 14. RUGBY rNIOX Absravon 9, Abermaa 3. Bata II. Kewanage 19. Bristol 6, Leicester 9 Camboma 13, St. Mary's Hospi- tal 5 Cara-Tf S. Baroansns 10 Cheltenham 14, Leicester banans 3 i G'-oss Sevs 14 Bridgrad 5 I Ebbw Vale 15, Devonport j nces 8 j -Palrr-rn.rh 14, Royal Air Force 20. i Gloucester 3, Loncon Welsn 8. Uansllv 44. Penartb. 3. Manchester 17, Hossiyn Pars 6 Kewport 59, Xuneaton 0. Penzance ana NsTflyri 3, St. Thomas' Hosoital 3 PontvDOoi 30. Kortnamnton 3. Pontvpnad 25, Blama 8 Sale 0, Coventry 3. 9, Harlecuins 16 Torouay Athletic 22. Old MOlhil- lians 3 "Vvaterloo 5. Wasps 9 Weston-Super-Mare 3, London Hostjital lo. i cisaaled vets as umpires. And no COAL STRIKE C.VCSES I fit i TTFAW 4pnl cracks aboat what hapoaned to j Jose Maria Femancez I g1flr Secretarv carl v public wcrte minister in Generalis- j iUiey eroiams- Our officers i scno jranco's caoiaet. aerdea that 1 -ga'. tnere were vgus interested n i i n- r e T-O_ tilP TfJ Spain was carrying on atoin-c re- search and that it troops raass- the game who because of irjjunes or other disabilities woiiM be hanoi- capped in. nlaymg oat wno woula ed at the preach, border The _ EnnSfiter's statement in an address j get some ezyoymezu ana ,a as Gijoa was a reply to Oscar few doUars as umpires.'" Polish delegate to the Xange. United Nations Security Cound, Excerpt from a recent Mexico who cnargec before tne "couacJ Citv baseball story "Danav Gar- J Kew Tort last Weenesaay tnat j della's farjcy fielomg at first pleasea j The latest social security toere were insications of atosac research in Spam. ccRiosrrr. KILLS FOX HUNT5vHiL3, Auru 22 iiliec a fox thai vestured out to invesiisate fall- ing stones on a cliff-ace home near here Saturcay. Several routes were throwing stones over a cliff si the nome of J. W. Cralza. Toronto, when one of the stories scored a cjrect hit on tae incautious fox. jfle pelt now wu! sdom jir. Cim- lan's fireplace. the crowd." Thousands of people in Palestine listen xegulariy to the oaily 15- miaate ClanoestmB Henrew aan Saglish broaccasts of the "Voice of Israel." So far, police efforts to lerrei ont location of toe "Voice 01 Israel" transmitter or to sfleace its TitnoEc ant-government trans- missions have not ceea successful. __Ballet 5s booming in Britain.. companies are daacia? in Jjonnon and least three more are' touring the pravmces. JJever before isas form of entertainment been so popular Jn England. Tsro California food manufactur- ers announced taey liave begun shippjig IS.OOQ.ttX) pounds of Eaenaficallv prepared food destin- ed to provide bowls of sout) for the hungry of China. The food, made primarily from beans, was ordered by the ________ __ Xatioas Heilef and toeraS? z iastea 2ess taaa a contract'witJi ie Uniiea ,a __ i Nations Relief anc. HetabJstat-or." Hon. 2 Aadey. cf agency, lefs here Sattsrcay edccatioii. wi3 be asked to Earotse. One thossana tosi v i yJ -X i i i.c HEAVY LOSS OF STEEL CLEVELAND. 4prfl The soft coal strike -will cause loss of abont 1.000.000 tons of steel this month and if the strike continues mto May re- duction in output tnll be nrecli mare drastic, the Magazine StceJ stated. jr. Z. BABY BONUS ACCKLAXD. N.Z.. April 22- passed by New Seaiaads Labor gov- ernment is the mtrocuctaon of a weekly payment of S2 to parents for Globisch, Peiai State co- __... ed who holds the middle Atlantic ererv child unaer 16. or over 13 if A-A.G. 50. 100 and 200 yarcs breast- stiirfullarne pupils at schooL The stroke swimming records rscezstlr j won her t3.rc campus beaatv con- test and has been cescnbed as "a natural beauty" by jio less an to the "baav bonuses" m Caaaaa waere parents receive from So to S8 montnly for everv child 16 years and are suthonty than John Robert Powers, partly offset br the aoolition of 13- HORSE ME4T FOR EUROPE QUAKE FELT AT MONTREAL MOXTKSAL. Anrfl 22 f A sLght earthouake, first reported hare since tne Septemotr. quake which caused carn- coine tax exemptions for parents. age in Cornwall, Oat_ was feit in ALEXANDER Jrom Trent Page the Canadian 1st Division Maj.-Gen. Guy Ssmoncs was 25 Geisna houses and five en lass restaurants to close in Tokyo. overdue." imperial conference which is long RARE JEWEL Of the rocs: dag out of diamond mines only one m is diamond. Spring Is Here Now Is the time to pre- pare your car for warm driving1. We are prepared to per- form the following: services: Flush Cooling System Change Grease Lubricate Car Change Oil Pack Front Wheel Bearings Drive in today for a free inspec- tion. Save monej, inquire about our Econolube Plan. Beny Chevrolet Oidsmobife Ltd. Tiro doimtown locations Chevrolet. Oldsmobile Cars; Chevrolet and 5Iaple Leaf Trucks SALES AND SERVICE Phone 4055 for Service taiirier ISS7 Cai vert-1622 In 1887 LAURIER said-. "Form a great nation' From the tiny parish of St. Lilt in Quebec to the House of Commons in Ottawa Wilfrid Laurier trod an lanwaTering towards a untied Canada. Ardent champion of unity, Laarier the youth (10. his graduate addressatMcGiUUaiTersityln 1S64) appealed for understanding between all Canadians. later, Sir Wilfrid lander... firstFrencb- Canidian Prune ilaaisier of Canada... contin- ued to foster nnity with inspiratiofl, courage and ictegrsiy. There was a man of nsioo, dear-beaded Cznzdtan. _ __ today it was said jaj, viscouat AlexantJers position' as governor-general would raake il i dJiicult for mm to comment on the j cocuments ccanectea with tae Jn- cscent are m tne nands of the Can- iiiiu. j gxrvt cf ssrency, lefs here Saturcay for j SENTENCE COMMITTED to Europe. One thossasa toss formed to deSn sentence-impend upon Anton adian army, and tha, he could not ment of s University of Alberta, Swift Current to uncer lor oranch 5n Calgary when he is Saanoiner cortract. TRACTOR TIRES For Change Over We have received a. large Mock of, different zxitL lizes. -__._ LET OUR EXPERT 3IECHANICS TAKE CARE OF Motor Tune-np Bnke Control Gas and OH Check Xew Piint Job Tire Re-Caps 0 Body Work NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS 301-307 13th Street X. Phone 426S tne raurdsr of mate any statement "until 1 have seen tae book. trapper, r.as been conomuieQ to Lfe tThe Toronto Star said Gen. Me- j jaipnsonraKit at Pnscc Aloerr in a long-oistance teie- Sast, it was iearoed phpr.e conversation i had -corifuiri- j Zdmaa sao. Hinglev oa farm rriosai by Gen. Atonte V r-EFEVDED EEFENDED McNaughton BRIGHTON" Secretary 3evn oaf won tne tacit of Bntlsn co-or-eratne Soc.ety for forp.ETi policv Cntjcs o forced an cverwr to a "esoiii'.or of 5 submitted to the societj s sr.r.ual confereiice The woiUd have ,pti "the tendency to follow the {old Lne of imperialistic chplomacv" i and asserted tne struggle for eco- nomic supremacy suil continues to j dominate our international life" j Defending Mr. Bevin. A A, Bal- I lard, member of the society's nation- I al committee, aescnbfd the resolu- tion as sn "aspersion on the Labor I government." Alesarcer to permit mm anc hio immediate stall to visit the Cana- Oj2.ii cavisson Sicily. Ike haa reaJy arranged for McXaugnton to go ss far as Malta bat had told iizm he woulc have to get permis- sion of tne loth Army Group 10 j proceed to When this per- mission was firmly declined by' ne (McNaughton) claured that no matter now quiet he kept the affair it was bound eventually to come out and had alreadj reached the importance of a 'governmental matter' between Britain and Canada. Ike had no authority over the British com- manders in such matters, which are classed as operational'" INSULT TO CANADA Butcher that "when In 1622 CALVERT said: "Prepare for the future' back in the 17th century Cal- rert wrote of the New World: "I see the furore. Fair dealings "Rill lead to union and friendship." Famous English statesman and Secretary of State to King James I, Calvert founded historic colonies in Newfoundland and Maryland in the early 1600's. "I came to build. I in- tend to said Calvert, "It is a good country." Man of clear-headed pioneer of Calvert may well have foretold, three centuries ago; Canada's unbounded future. Every Canadian can be a man of vision help "form a great nation." Upon unity of purpose depends the full measure of our stature as a nationl There is only one Canada jor clear- beaded Canadians. Clear Meads Call for... a United Canada Calmi DISTILLERS (Canada) Limited AMHESSTSURG ONTASiO ''fr "v f PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF NATIONAL UNITY BY CALVERT DISTILLERS SF4PFR1 'SPAPFRJ ;