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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOOT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL sixth St. S.. Alberta.! WEEK THE NEWS What Is Truth? There's big In the a W. A. BCCHAKAS t these so dramatic and Managing Director.; were reading a jear ago WQI S push across Hiurie was swing wer The question put to. Christ by Pilate, "What is I was left unanswered by Him brought j the; Before the Roman governor for trial. Whether the PICKED UP IN-PASSING A BAD CASE OF NERVES FOR THE BUSY KEAPXR reduced JOHN TOHRANCS Ma H. G. IiOKQ Editor. C. R. MATTHEWS Secretary. Meaber Audit Burtaa cf i question was put in a flippant manner or seriously, it! 015.000 bales of _ T. ._ _ r f ._____! smallest cat tering a: gates of no. i ls jett yg f o Qetermuie. Probably the The Quebec tobacco crop totalled T45. for a veiue considered in- ___ i i fcv rjiarltet neecs. I the truth, and tne life ____ j _- session in Xew york JoUt 5Te Iran Marxiuria. Spam There :s :he V r 9 neither here ner there. To all true believers in Christ j_ recovering satisfactorily today from an operation in which an ovsnari tumor weighing 97 largess in medical re- Last spring, under tie same Farmers Association at conven- tion m Guelpa, Oni. in the Rochester Tiines-TJnion. that expectation and, on experience; j during the fall rc-onihs. new world's idea of how things should be settled. By a rote cf Two weeis figo the paciers re- 5 S to 3 the Council hpg decided to igh' zay is the linut they can pay under this price celK-gF That left the I feeders who had 2O5 already sold S.-S prices around 3.Z50 to 12.75 per pound ou; oa a limn. They Stood to taks a loss if they accept- ed the 12-ces; bid. In and ia Canada, also, less and less cattle iiave bssa going tSroagii ths big pacVIng plants. In Middle U.S. the pack- ers have been getting less than 20 per cent of the calue offered on thft Chicago, Omalia and St. Paul jaarkea. The rest have been go- ing East for in the indus- iiial areas. The packers say they cannot buy cattle against the ol ths independent killers. 14 evident thai something ef the same sort has been happen- ing in Canada, and ia backing away ijrom the marker ihe big Sillers in Canada have merely been emulatiug their counterparts in "G3. _We don't ttiinfe there Is any rea- son for feeders who still have caule en hand to fear about finding a market. If they have cattle ss good as those which they sold for 13 cents pound a year ago they may be sure that they will get comparable bids as soon as the smoss of the recent action blows over. Killing concerns got plenty Iran and Russia. 29th annual of the Religious Ecuca- tion Council of Canada in Toronto j approved a bylaw merging their_pr- ganisatiors with the Canadian Council of Churches. James M. Differ. 25, of New To- ronto, was acquitted cf a charge of manslaughter in the death of Adolph Janus. 41. Janus died fol- lowing s. Sght wish Differ at New Toronto last December. The six members of the George Camnbell family burned to death in j a fire of unknown origin which The Printed Word.) t The trouble with the tele- destroyed their farm home near grams going to Ottawa on this j Big Lake, 10 miles west of Cloquet, i Tis possible that the Veterans" 1 and that Is that the old sweats! Minn, j Club should stick to its arguments i are nrocouncing strong views on! j over the second battle of Wipers, j matters about which they are j Herbert Hoover said at Banga- For the j ideology but something definite and incontrovertible cf ihe past couple of years, theyj ellls ssusSed --hat Iran should! jf we JHve it eamest thouerht. i_ i be left to co Russia s anci thought they were quite sa_e told EO tacer- the prices they paid for feeder jaij, terms ths: that is not tie Beer Drinkers on Immigration Would -are, as a coraponent of j Recently, perhaps, because of the' not authorities, as they -were he British Empire, take the same j shortage of beer, they've started to authorities prior to "39, on condi- stand if the U.N. were to demand. send telegrams to Ottawa uttering j tions in the France they knew. say. what the 3aai tents of a stem warnings on this and that, j For settlement of the ladia problem j It's a bad sign, it indicates that ths J there may be? 'vfe hope we would be. In fact. believe" that Britain and InoUa would gladly publish to the world the terms of an agreement if and when they may reach one. "We believe T7J3. would do the same ia connection with, any of what might be considered her dependen- cies. And France appears to be swinging around to the same view opsn covenants openly boys who did. so well trenches are subdued. instance, the was a Legion other day post That in the warned Ottawa against admitting possibly j farm hands from alien lanes. Ofa- faecause there now are young fel- i yiously they hadn't thought that one lows around who can, tali about' through, for if there aren't farm Caen and the Scheldt estuary and maybe a lot of places with Ital- ian Barnes right" outside the only j erans' Club? cabulary cf those who a war on a front that trembled but j dian Corps seldom moved. It alwavs has seemed mean that hands, who will reap the barley that goes into the beer that reaches the old sweats who discourse at the Vet- Moreover the Cana- Association officially lore. India, that after all emerg- ency measures have been taken, "large part of the solution" for In- dia's famine crisis come from the western hemisphere.'1 E. O. Bowen's sis-room home at Airdrie was destroyed by flames at the height of the wind and dust storm JKday. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen's four children and the housekeeper who were in the house at the tirae escaped. Senator Riley Tells Story Of Lost Lemon Mine (Serraior D. E. Rilcy in Alberia r unable to locate the spot, only to I >us, Folklore Quarterly) There is a fascination in stories of lost mines and lost men. These is the famed McLeod Mine some- where in the heart of the saw- toothed Nehannies. for which men have searched for four years only to have it elude them and leave a trail of bleached wolf-gnawed skele- tons behind. And then there is the famed Lost Lemon Mine of south- em Alberta for which prospectors have sought through the year in vain. In the spring of 1870 a party of prospectors left Tobacco Plains in be accused by the angry miners of deliberately misleading them. In the heated quarrel that ensued. Lemon, threatened with death at tae hands of the angry men, sud- denly became violently Insane. All night his own party stood guard Montana to prospect understanding. the basis o' world peace and I second great war came along the British Etnoire Service League. i before the veterans of '18 got! How can Canadians serve the Fm- j the first one settled. It never pire by keening to ourselves a coun- happened before ia living memory. try whicn has so much room in it? though In there was a scattering J It 15 also a reasonable guess beer drinkers in the of brave survivors of the Scuth j that ths African affair who codd have told j urban club have no a thing cr two. if anyone would j intention of going to work on listen. farra. Censorship In Eire as if the is going to get an independent report of wtat goes on in the empire of Fraa- ijo. The news rr.77iiT-.g- out of Spain is non too encouraging. It's a do- mestic problem there, ard other nations "do not to interfere. At the same time the feeling is that the Franco regime is fascist and totalitarian lr> its application and that the rness will have to be cleared up so that the people may have their say. It would be a great thins for the world if all totaliStr- ian .governments could be subjected to the sarag kind of pressure to come out into the sunlight in their relations with the people. Perhaps contrast with jwar censorship m trol war news reaching jthe Irish By B- T- HJCHAHDSOX LOSDON'. The story of the cat- i official communiques of Hus- sian successes. Ont., but none of the 30 Inmates was Some of the aged residents were carried from the building and all were removed within "five minutes of the alarm. One million railwaymen through- out India.-will vote on a proposed general strike during the next few davs. with results of a ballot in a number of cities already showing an the North Saskatchewan River for _ gold. Among fnpm were two TIPI, known as Blackjack and Lemon. Black- jack had the reputation of being the best prospector in the West since he was the real discoverer of the Caribou diggings in British Columbia. These two men were staked by Lafayette French, an old- time Tnriian trader and buffalo hunter. Leaving the Saskatchewan party thev decided to travel south with a large half-breed band headed by La, Nouse which would afford them protection against- hostile Black- feet. Finally the parties split, the two prospectors following an old jTiriign lodge-pole, trail up High River towards Tobacco Plains while LaXbuse headed for Stand Off. As over the raving mart, and next morning set out with him for Tobacco Plains. From there he went to his brothers ranch in Texas where he lived many years having lucid intervals, but never fully recovering his reason. {To be concluded) THAT BODY OF YOURS WAXES W- BARTON. MOW rcrric TBEATED WITH AM1NO ACIO Some months ago a newspaper article gave dramatic picture cf a number of of peptic ulcer ol a! yna'i which were cured by what is known as ammo acids. Arnino acids is a con- centrated form, ol foods rich, in ni- trogen or proteins such as found ia meat, eggs, milk. fish, (.animal pro- teins) and threats tvegetable pro- I have spoken before of-the won- derful results obtained by amino acids in restoring starving soldiers and civilians in concentration, camps in Europe. Starving indiv- iduals almost dead, have their strength restored within a. week two instead of months. An edito-ial ia the Journal of American Medical Association, speaks of the report of Cojui and His co-workers irom several de- partments of the New York Univer- sity College of Mediciue. "which presents some rather astonishing results from the treatment patients with peptic ulcer by high arcing acid feedings." Twelve patients with duodenal ulcer, 5 with both duodenal' and stomach ulcer, and 7 with stomach ulcer. 1 with an ulcer on margn between stomach and duodenum and 1 suspected of this marginal uteer were placed on feedings at two hour intervals of dexuimaltose and a preoaration made by hydro-lyzing amini acids (a concentrated form of protein from The mixture fed contained from 05 to OJK Gm. of nitrogen and 20 to 25 calories per pound weight of the patient in 2-t hours. The patients had suffered with ulcer from one month to twenty years; 14 were of the type that was not helped bv- any form of treatment- whatever. There were- 27 cases in which pain or distress In the stomach region was the per- sistent this stopped ia 24 hours in 14 and in 48 hours in 13 cases, stoppsd immediately after the diet in "6 cases. Blood in stools, found in 15 cases, disappeared within one week after treatment started. _ As the number of cases Is net The Road Ahead By J. Harper Prowse, M.LJL CAST IJEVE ALONE One fsct which is becoming In- creasinglv clear is that no nation can live" unto alone in the modem world. Whether we are in- terested in the welfare of the peo- ples of other, far-off nations or not, we are effected by things which happen in Europe, in Asia, and in Isolated islands, just about as much as we are by what- happens here at home. It is certain tnat if we would build a prosperous Canada, then we must also" Help to pro- duce prosperity in the other nations of the world. Future peace for the world will overwhelming majority walkout. favoring a Van Averill, grain buyer of Dar- znody, Sask., was sentenced to serve two "years and three months In tie between the Irish Times, the Affairs in Ireland did escape _ leading conservative newspaper of; the Irish censorship. Questions in j penitentiary on each of one charge Dublin, and the war-tinie censorship the Dail were "dealt with." ac- of theft of and 36 charges of Ireland has besri reported in cording to the World's Press News. World's Press News, a London week- Since the censors could onlv inter- ly devoted to newspaper affairs. In! fere with, but not completely con- sorae day that will be t will foe. Indeed, it looks is the way it "would the world Is to live ia peace aad happiness. In planning tile of the good at to 11 cents a. pound last faH walch tney sole at the ceiling, and they can aSord to pay little more In. spite of -nriis.s sliey ss.j aljeas losing SIO a head at springtime prices. Bracken's Millstones Hon. Joan Bracksa. leader of the Progressive Conservative party, has been courting Quebec in the hope peace treaties which trill end tae war in Europe the Big F our appear- ed this week to be making better progress than might have been possible. The YugoslaT border problem appears to be solving itself. Hussia appears campaign for greater Smyilie and the Irish attracted attention through- _ eland. It was, it is reported. tralirr trfth political censorship. j an In the 1943 Irish elections. Large areas of the world lived though _3t overshadowed under strict censorship .during the S Mr. fendrne its oolitical position of neu- _ tne U.S. note asking for ejection of axis diplomats from Dublin. "Even after the allies had takes Berlin and the Germans had surren- Ui Ai-ttu iv dered." the report said, "the asa- exnlained to this writer in Dublin j sors went on carving and cutting _ I n OfrlfWl .CAPTTiRQ war years, with the result that many populations acquired dis- torted Ideas of the -war and the Lem- not be secured by treaties, by agree- grid or lack of arms- Eecured otll-v large these and other investigators will continue their studies of this eat end further reports Trill soon be presented. There will always be some cues requiring operation because of ob- struction from scar tissue from healed ulcer. Capital Closeups By JACK (Canadian Press Staff Writer.) naval cup-- board is being raided these days for the Srs; batch of hat ribbon shiD identifications to be issued, since the start of the war ia 1939. Capt. H. E. Hubbard. OSS., the navy's director of victualling, has a busy staff at hesfdquarrers here sending what the sailors caU lies" to ships at sea and stations at home and abroad. As a security step, the tallies were reduced during: wartime to the mere by insuring that ia every country j formality of HJM.CJS. and the names they discovered rich grass roots to .bedrock, Ltle. UADL.UVCJ.CVl I ledie from which the gold came. yo? Traders who saw samples of om rock at Fort Banton described it as resembling a body of solid gold with a little rock shot into it. It was indescribably rich! In camp that night the two pros- for- tunate nations in the world. It came out of the war with, money in the bank, with its cities and towns whole and undamaged. Its owed to its own who must collect the taxes and pay situation following it. The pose of Irish censorship, as pin- I a112 not Ions a so. was to preserve Irish rearguard action that seemed to as solving iiseii. appears -_ to be the iron veS over detachment for the conflict snap farcical in Ae circumstances. the Balkans should be pushed aside, to sorne extent at, least. This is a hopeful sign. It is true there are a great many irritating prob- lems having to do with the Balkans, their types of -government, their trade and relations generally with, tne outside world. But the crying need for rehabilitation and trade so that Europe anil Asia may be fed appears to be pushing lesser con- siderations into the background. a either at the nest election or any oiher time. At tae last general raeeting of the party leaders in the East there a lot of taifc of seeking Con- servative support ia Quebec and the problem, might be ap- proached. Imagine the horror with which Sir. Bracken must have read the deadline In the Toronto Telegram, one of his staunch newspaper sup- co-operation wars. f f which the iisai; his party may be able to break Perhaps in the world's need for the almost solid Liberal following food we __ __ co-operation between tnere. For witnout Qaeoec support kmd of Mr. Bracken hasn't much chance of forming a national government In Canada the Dominion-Provin- cial conference which resumed sessions on Thursday appeared to be in an weekend. unsteady state at the Quebec gave publicity had engulfed almost all the world. In the movie theatres, for instance, j nf newsreels were censored. News- w tfl JL I reels were just censored. re-appearlnc in] Dublin the other day when I a tended a rnovis house there, acd It! was curious to notice virtually no j audience reaction when several noted war leaders appeared on the i conversatioi- all over MORE LIQUOR TALK (Port Arthur News-Chronicie) or the worst features of this liquor legislation is that it The Irish began with a long to editors. Robert newspaper censorship long list of directives again. THE HOIAX MK- XRCMAN A will of his own helps a young man, says an educator. Ar.d that of a rich grandfather doesn't hurt any. of any _ keep in the ordinary citizen, been a constant source bombing of Rome was sup- of amazement to citizens of oilier pressed, and so were many other stories of developments In Italy, j Of course. Mr. Truman is human. Sometimes the censors rewrote dis- I One can pretty safely guess from. patches. One sample of the censorship was i bridge club present came. One can a change in the phrase "Mussolini's very easily imagine, too, that when downfall" to his Mrs. Truman suggested It, the News of Russia's part in the war president grinned and said: "Yes, was carefully laui.dcred bv the Irish as do all husbands their censors, even to the extent of al- I wives get ideas. AAU <4 _- among the world's leaders. Yet the continent to provide pre-pald hos- ----pital service for its employees and members of their families at public expense. A bill making it a crime for a landlord to include in a lease a pro- vision that the tenant shall remam childless was signed by Governor Dexrey of New York. "The measure makes It a misdemeanor for the where the Idea of having his wife's Blackjack, reared a j tent, the wages our workers receive stones over the grave to and the profits -crhich our bususess- prowling wolves, and re- es and enterprises can take. Tobacco Plains. No soon- On the world market we must be left than Bearpaw'sj able to compete against the effi- j k tore oown the mound of iency and saving of American mass 1 Sdme weeK year- scattered them piecemeal! production methods and European objiterated the last trace of and Asiatic cheap labor. This means well they did their j Uiat we wil! not be able to pay pay is Indicated by the fact that wages as high as the Americans. through succeeding years, the se- cret has remained so well hidden that the spot has yet to be re- discovered. All that winter Lemon remained with the priest, on the border-line of insanity. Meanwhile word of ihe rich find had spread far afield, and as soon as it was possible to j travel in the spring a large party owner or person In charge of a j of miners, guided by Lemon, set dwelling house In any city to in- out to relocate the mine, elude in the lease a clause that' But fate was against them! but. because we have some mass production savings, we can pay wages higher than both Europe and still be able to meet competition. This will determine our standard of living. It Is evident then, that If we de- sire a higher standard of living in Canada we must do all in our pow- er to assist the peoples of Europe and Asia to raise their standards. We cannot pull ourselves up by our ______________v _____..______ own bootstraps without creating an economy ?t home. All this should Wliat They Say Serin, British Foreign Secretary: "You are no longer working in a limited Rolls Royce world. You are working in a world in which the -whole standard of living is going to be raised for the yellow, white and black and everybody eke." laose of otjr markets abroad which will be followed by a collapse of our tenants shall remain childless or j Though Lemon scoured the gulches artificial and unsound condition give us cause for lot of serious, shall not bear children. and hillsides he declared he which will eventually lead to col-1 sober KWSPAPERl iWSPAPfc.RI ;