Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL -tSTHBRlDGE HERALD CO, LTD. Proprietors and Publishers Sixth St. S, irfthbrldse, W. A. BUCHANAN fwldent and Managing Diitctcc. JOHN TOREASCK Business E, O. LONG Mar; aging C. E- MATTHEWS Secretary. IN PASSING 'WHEN DOES THIS BALLOON GO Member oi juatara or it P tae ewciiKS to Tie la ttfc not ton -Saturday. As pointed out in these colu a, few days ago diseussms the Maci-icol resolution in on the consensus of waters of the Prairie Provinces and the ex- tension of irrigate of the proper protection of tie Eastern Slope is s. grave one for tin? whole West. Practically all the waters which water A purged vaccine .or er.cepha.o- s hu- fnorraal expenditure, ex- a trade uruon delegation 5 eluding capital account, oi some on the goiemnient 'a. j.ev Si.600 nuHions per and that, ago, iir. said this: "if the Dominion-provincial ccnter- ence conies to an agreerae. ent this month, this suns aiH rise respcrsibihtj _ soeednv to not less than able of balancing our budgets cur-, inilliori the veurs of peace. There will; Henry Fry Armstrong, MA., emer- When it is "recalled that tie nor- be years waeii this -ail! no: orofessor and former head of the problem Tf e nor- e icme e e be aossible, but that should ihe department of descriptive geom- cf the tamiy be cur aim. If we are to etrr and drawing a; McGill Usii- retired stock this figure of mil- of snce anseunt cf ar-.; broker, nlunsed" to his death froc his th" 2ocr suite in a York i d chaaces taxpaver can be measurec. of the tificial bureaucratic con: we cfaecii prices tros ss Second CHass Post OfSce Department, OttawaJ j "The Hercld Seives the South' The Allen Cu? looks to be booked j raing to high police said they found a note a a collapse, me savins he "could not stand the strain and Manitoba, and most of these But for of the forests on the Eastern Slope reasons wmch will be given there Hslev, tse advocate of bal- __ are great TO 1 COO were from lakes m central for an year L LJ D _ _ i C -ee J ,me S" asae bmreea On 3Ey appreciable reduction in i taken fromja.es albe.- -o----- Federa, possjble that there will taxation. Perhaps it aught be j "i rmnri" >n abnor-, aEt-sv a vear on forest sre pro-, iied crops irrigation has its place another and very large loan this teation of attributing views- to him has provec to oe mtto.. inadccuate. year_ Xo.. But. whether or not he holds it. A Fateful Week a second point, of and j jjev- -VO-IL sar and the Province has been suggest- j of. say. S1300 Uons need to there is in the Glasgow Bulletin. Onward Christian Soldiers By BBUCS HUTCHISOX LCI us tell them how the JJJ -t JJl-L( lE'U iiV General Pearkes, V.C., has pro-! Canadians would spare no labor posed in parliament what you might I and trouble and inward agony of call the" iirss really constructive the soul to persecute, us so "that plan for settling tne problem of j we laight understand Cnristian me Canadian Japanese. He would humilitv and prooagate i; every- ceport tneai to japan so that they! where." ran introduce there the western the Japanese will sav, "this csys in nospitai is thus increased standards of Christianity civil- j is what ive have been waiting to! from five and six to between nine (THAT BODY OF YOURS (JAMBS W. BARTOX. KXU SULFA DKCGS MAY NOT BE UELPFCiU IX TON'SnAlTlS It is interesting to watch the history or the treatment of a dis- ease by a new drug or method. At firs, there is great enthusiasm for the new method until other re- i search workers report little or EO success with it. It then seems to gather a group of enthusiasts to be followed by another drop is. enthusiasm until the drug or method of treatment for a disease finds its true place in the opinion of the medical profession. It is not long ago since it was believed that the suifa crags woald care all pneumonia cases so be fol- lowed by the knowledge that the sulfa drags were "life savers" for one type of pneumonia bat not for another type. The most recent report on the value of the .sulfa drugs in the treatment, of tonsillitis is noi so encouraging as the first re- ports ia which the sulfa drugs ap- peared to give relief and shorten hospital stay. In the Ohio State Medical Journ- al. Dr. H. M. Ciodfeiter reports ex- periences of the treatment of severe tonsillitis with and without, sulfa drugs. There were 400 cases of streptoeoccic sore throat, select- ed from cases of nose and throat; disease severe enough to re- quire hospital treatment. In 41 of the 175 treated with large doses of sulfonasnices the disease ran the same course as the cases which did not receive the sulfonamidcs and they were discharged on the fifth or sixth day. But in those treated with the sulfonamides there was a second rise ia temoersture in 134, that is the remainder of the 175. The sulfonamices caused prompt drop of temperature and gave some relief from the symp- toms, but there is usually a. second- ary rise in temperature at the very time the cases not treated by the sulforsamices are leaving the hos- pital for home. The number of ization which they have learned i near. Let us all be Christians here. the Canadians. Lei us hght a torch United Nations may carry out its undertaking keep the Tsurla irom war. Tiiers are so many problems to be solved at the peace table before the United Canons can carry out ia undertaking to keep the world ostt of itar. It is one thing to settle differences bet_reea. two countries, iu; -when the war has blasted boun- daries ou; of all reccgrsiuoa is so easy. There are many of these liny fence juairels to be set- tled before tile TJ.N- can. function, "and is is to settle them, among other things, that; TiRrinns the world will si; down at, s, peace table later. To pave ihe way for It will be indeed an inspiring day I that -Rill blaze to the ultimate boun- for the Christian peooles oi the daries of the Orient. Let us .-mi- Sir Alexan- world when the Japanese mission- j KIR -the Canadian Christians and ,_ aries from Canada land in let us make the ultizsste sacrifice bearing the glorious ricmss of pa- also by throwing every white man nadian Christianity and crriliza- out of Asia. And, then, in good j time, when we have learned better the people of Japan will (the Christian arts of war, which treastir; _____ ______ been more tenable by reason of the j millions in the current year, j and. particularly, on corpora- fact that the Resources Depart- ment already carries on forest are protection on the one-Third of the inmoiss. i duce, thi -Vt.3 Sope which three National _ Scit on current account ia the rear it is agreed, will increase tae mone- jasper. lis-hich will end on March 31, :tary peril. But a cut in taxation Mir. MacKinnon indicates that one j Of ispm S200 to S500 might more than offset tlus peril of the differences between the minion and the Province been i top of this deficit there be the government will resolve these con- nlsne en route to Milan where reopen the Scala opera house. Capt. A. ML Bryans of Toronto, airborne doctor of Ssercise Muskos. said in Winnipeg Saturday that In- dians at Churchill. Man., don't live under healthy conditions. Capt. Bryans said Indians live 10 or 12 to one shack with raor sanitation. Several huncrec Arab and Jewish strikers demonstrated outside the headquarters of the Palestine gov- ernment administration in Jerusa- jen xhe patients did not feel i ana so well on the tenth day as the cases not treated sulfona- mides did on the fifth. What is the conclusion of pr, Ciodfeiter after his investigation of these cases treated with sulfa drugs? "It seems highly suggestive that the use of the sulfonamides in the ent of streptococcic tonsillitis ItlOIL ...._. ______________ ask, "aid you come to this wretched i are so much more effective than and ruined country? Whv didnt' i ours, all the Oriental races will rise! J A J i he. Road Ahead pie -snU remark, "for, to the By Capt. J. Harper Prowsc, truth, this theory that you bring' across the sea appears rather old and familiar to usT Js is the same My Week......BJK.J. DEACHMAN Oscar T week it hasn't the editor goes back to his files for :ign vey the problems and set up a modus for arriving at the .solutions.. As indicated ia recent" dispatches, Baltic States o3er one prob- lem. Russia absorbed these in 1940. Jiussia also absorbed a lot of Po- land's eastern territory. Then in the case of Germany the peace table w2i have to decide whether that country is to be partitioned and how. And what about Italy, her boundaries as between Prance and Yugoslavia? What about the Ital- ian colonies in Africa.? These are but a few of the diffi- cult questions for which the na- tions at the peace table must find 2. solution. We know that out of the Treaty of Versailles which the Pirsi Great War to a close arose many of the problems which could not be solved in time 10 avert a second war. It is im- perative that r'nis time we should not fail, though it is" believed that after such problems as boundary lines and reparations are settled, the continuiEg problems which may remain unsolved can be tamed over to if that body can show it is strong enough to hancae them. We may get from the meeting of F-oreign Ministers starting this week fairly good idea whether the ttage can be set whereby U-X. can bring the world to a point where-wars may no longer be considered neces- sary. Thai is why we say that this conference marks a fateful week in tne world's .bistory. ed for some 11925 to find this item: "The ther- noL.ce. to S. R. Curry of the Tweed JSTews. i mometer registered three below zero st Onr. He points out in a booklet i this coldest April day in j Marketing Association has shipped its first three carloads of pickled horse meat to Belgium, Superintend- ent Thomas Jordan said In Bimott- ton. "We now are in production and henceforth will be shipping he adcea. We are nuite sure that the neopie recently pubUshed that the cis 5fa- the memory of our oldest citizens." j X.t.-Gen. John Kbrthcott. always another record: jaaoointed governor of frost in West-era Ontario i wiles, is faced with ti tions, the tribes who occu- But there pied this countrr in 1-JS2 B.C. (Be- i recall a fore Coiunbus) were opposed to -im- on the llth of July which cut down migration, their arguments were the potatoes and damaged the bar- bows and arrows, tomahawks and ley, and history tells us that in of Alberta want the forests pro- tected much, more thoroughly has been done for the past 15 years, j______ _ ____________ __ ___ _ ___ __ Our interest in. irrigation is so great! scalping Lnives. We are more polite j back beyond that if you happier or richer country if we had j shut cut the Bunion iniinigraats In Gennany, before the war. Hit- who came to this country in 1911.' fer every newly married 12 and '13. There isn't a sucker i couple to buy a copy of Mein who would say that it would, then Kanipf. They had to have it be- wfcy not oosn the doors a bit? It's fore the- could obtain a marriage a good booklet, Mr. Curry! (license. What a srapid way of en- ig they read ok they would never read I was telking to a bright mart the i other cay, a solid and competent i !ccuraa i i fellow, one of these chaps who j that we think nothing should be eqnallv effective method.! England States in every month allowed to stand in the way of not Would Canada, have been a better the year. only full protection against fire but also what reforestation may be found necessary. In the lattsr con- nection Canada is building up a permanent army. There will be engineering units ia t'nis army, and those usits coald do a most useful service for Canada and, at ths same time, gain perience in carrying reforestation, Sood water conservation engineering corps A complete survey of the Bastem Slope could be undertaken, without delay so that a long-range program of forest protection and reforesta- tion where necessary may be put under way. That is a Dominion job, and that is one reason why Al- berta should sign the proffered agreement. South the problem of living in 1946 on. a 1901 salary. Living expenses have trebled since the governor's annual tax-free sal- ._ arr of 'S14.2801 at the present rancn was frost in the .New j of exchange) was fised in 1901. iToTcc1 eVQT QT to be held in Winnipeg Sept. 1-5. Europe has become infected with ja virus of escapism and is looking In New Zealand even the school I across the sea these days. The virus Delegates from United States, Mexico, Cuba and eight grand chap- ters in Canada will attend the tri- ennial convocation of the General Grand Chapter of Hoyal Arch Masors and the General Grana Council of Hoyal and Select Masters. J his rulers have always taught us, but they called it by another name. We were always taught to hate other races and to oppress minorities.- If you will pardon us for saving so, there doesn't seera to be anything very new in your message." the SKILLED BUILDERS .SEEDED Biggest headache of the construe- Old Country Letter By JOHJC DAUPHECES (Canadian Press SsaS Writer.) Two hundred Scottish, working- class school children are esperienc-" ing "public school" condition of education in an experiment at Aberfoyle, Scotland, in the Montieih Hills 17 jniles west of Stirling. Foreshadowed by the experiment is the day, under Britain's new- education plans, when all children regardless of their parents' means tioa the missionaries i will explain. "You pagans nerse- cute minorities and na ,e 'other! races because you believe in it. The Christians do the same thing be- cause they don's believe in it and constantly denounce it. It is no sacrifice for you to behave in this barbarous fashion. But for a true Canadian Christian it is a deep and bitter sacrifice. It means riiicmg all his principles ana ail tccay is tne shortage j to attend boarding skilled craitsmer.. Shortages oi and ouier materials can be At Dounans camp in Aoerfoyle, overcome. But a carpenter can j goups. of 100 are living in cen- m just so many nails, saw i trally-neated wooaen huts near a boards in a dav. A piumoer large reforestation project. Buils ut> lust so'manv bath-! in 19.-0. the camp has six class- j mas. niasterer can ao "just so j rooms, an art room, several donni- iv sou-ire yards ot walls and j lories, a recreation room and thea- Tne industry neecs more trei men. __________ James Younie. one of two head- There are many reasons for this masters, said the children settle shortage oi labor. In the years be- down quickly to the boarding school fore tne war the tradesmen, tnrough j some parents are a the teachings of his religion. There- -----ar three children have been traces, xheirj taken awav because their mothers apprenticeship system, based on] couldn't sleep while thev weren't 256 xaefor long experience, was designed to enaole young men to learn the while they were still iiving noble of.tnem. Great- fawn's in the he said. principles The United Nations do cot believe that Iran should suffer Austria's fate. laid aside a certain sum. When I reach the age of 55 I will have an income of per month from iny life insurance. .Now governments are providing old age pensions, free medical ser- vices and :HOE; other things. The question J want to ask is this: Wouldn't we get further if we offered some reward to those who have accumulated some- thing for their old age. those who will not be a burden on the state? Instead they are taxed without raercy. Whv not reward thrift arid encourage in- dependence festead of taxing thrift and stifling independ- ence." I asked a chap at lunch next day j what he thought of the idea. the present lime thar> in any other period of oiir historv, has extended to school chilcren. At iloana. in Westland. the chil- dren have been on strike since the opening of the new term over a "dispute" concerning payment of their railways fares to the nearest school, at Hum. about a mile and a half awav. The children contend that pay- ment of their rail fares to school should be met by the So far. no Minis- ter has been sent down to ap- pease the youngsters. X The housing situation is St always has been, if in doubt read the following: Genesis, Deu- J looked down into_ the depth of his; Luke. Community Co-operation bowl of soup and said slyly: "How expected Jeri TDS'mr TT-tan -f.iT- of the idea, .tie teronomv. Luke, the depth of his Luke. and as might be From St. Thomas, Ont, comes i a story about community co-oper- WBeat and Bread We're asking people to eat less bread. We're asking miHeis to make flour with a greater percentage of the wheat so that there may be more wheat for export. At the same time we're subsidiz- ing breadeaters by paying out of the Treasury cents a bushel of the cast of the wheat that goes into oar bread. The subsidy is to keep bread pnces low. Low prices and Jow consumption do not Usually go together. It is ia the nature of things that when we can buy cheaply we buy more. Very likely that happens in the case of bread it would be against if it didn't happen. It might be_a good thing to quit would a man get for j supnorting that idea." Both were j X K T j There Is a danger in concealed Views of the Press ation which, if followed as between prices. We are holding down the j the nations, would lighten the bur- price of bread by paying the farm- j den of the United Sauocs. Jy5 than it WITH WOOL 'St. Thomas Tunes-Journal) Wool has always been of such worth. In Western Canada he is vast importance to'British trade that Some time ago the First United receiving but his wheat at the more than h-undreds of years ago Church of that citv burned SOc more j that anybody knows a sack of wool that. The miller buys it for 1 was furnished for the Lord Chan- and the congregation had no place j 77-Sc, the to worship. Along cause the Famous order to paper for a couple _ months-old triplets until he could find a house for his family. Dr. Van Slls is facing eviction Mav 10 from his present quarters in Manitowoc, Wis. Members of the Women's Auri- _ __ liarv Air Force R-AJF. station at contributes j ceUor to sit on when presiding over I Middlesex, have been for- "The Canadian the Jap- TtrJIl COT- a Fumous Queen's University In Belfast is going to expand. A fnT-1 ---7- _c I endowment of Ior years or training, to produce a ful_y i PS trained craftsman capable of doing IS.JZo.GOO) is nemg es- must be "Indeed 'they the mission- Christian of job in nis trade designed to limit me nura- 1 Der oi recruits so that there was jao chance of the trade becoming Added to was Tie United States army informa- tion service announced Saturday that, beginning Slay 1. newspapers in the American occupation zone in Austria, would be permited to take the services of the three major American news Associ- ated Press, the United Press and the International 2_ews Service. A visitor fo Edmonton for the Easter weekend spent Saturday night in city police cells, not be- cause lie had violated any laws but because he'd lost the address of his this. the fact that during the depression vears, because there was not suf- ficient work to keep the trained craftsmen busy, very few appren- tices were trained. In 1S44 the provincial government Act., fablishefi and increased funds are being provided by the Xortaem Ire- land government race which produced, the Founder of their own reiieion. No sacrifice is too great for a real Canadian Christian." the Japanese will sav, "it is wonderful." "So the missionaries wil say, "that we must not con- fine this A six-man committee public men has been set up in an effort to bring prosperity" to southwest Jjancasfilre by attracting new indus- tries to that depressed axea. Soon a conference of municipal will be held to survey power and water supplies and pos- UIM sible factory sites. Emphasis is belncluded j placed on provision of jobs for to replace thousands lost through cancellation of war contracts. tra act boards are set up to rule on ana bupervise training regula- tions in. tne "designateo. _. In order to provide opportunities for returned men, and to provide the skilled labor required, most of tne apprenticesnip regulations have Important properties. In Wales- places of historic interest or natural expected to be ordered spread must preach it-in China, ia India in the islands of the seas. what true Christianity means. Let, us go forth with the blazing revela- tion we have learned from the Ca- s? man was loitering in the downtown district. Offers for homes began coining In to Dr. and Sirs. R. J. Van and their seven sons a short time after meir a dibC-L the dentist advertised in a news-. I parser for a couple to take his flour cheap, j the House of Lords, as a symbol j bidden to sing "Lili Marlene." the Arthur R. Ford, in the Lon- don Free Press: "Truman lacks the vision and the experience of Roosevelt and has not the world outlook of the late every ten journeymen, tney now permit one apprentice lor every tnree journeymen. Carpenters, who once permitted one apprentice for every five journeymen, now per- mit one for every four; electricians permit one for every two; painters, one to lour; plasterers one to one; plumbers are reduced from, one to live to one to three; sheet- metal workers from one to three to one to two. Revised quotas per- j way for the f tiling of big orders. mil tne training of- 9d9 apprentices j in the various trades in Alberta j .farmers of the Raymond district y of bond Already the trust administers some 20.000 acres in the principality. 20 Years Ago From the riles of The Lethbridge Herald. Electrification of the .Majestic Collieries at Taber has paved the b4JC vcii-LUtid -.MW..A4.C. ._.