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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE LTTHBRXDGE HERALD OO- LTD.- proprietors Publishers 123 Sista Si S, .UstSJjrldge, Canada's Political Patriarch PICKED UP __ I IN PASSING FOB THE BUSY READSS 5, in Until Rt. Hon. S. AUSTIN f_. _ :g3o, ifJT. Kings "note of Ho: What They Say Dr. Samuel SUchtcr, of Har- vard "A cation, of security seekers is prettv certain to tuffer chronic un- employment. No of fiscal W. A. BUCHANAN Director TORSANCE Business Manager, H. G. t-OXO Editor. of the- ill "effects. It is easy, however, flaer- ,xe community to make too C. R. MATTHEWS Secretary. g-est a virtue oat of caution, 'oo much importance to se- curity, and to teach its young iner- 10 sh- Member Bureau of _ d as Second Class Post ufSce Department, Herald Serves the South LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Front PajeJ Wara weather and showers on Juns S. 20 Years Ago Rrora the Files ol The Ijethbridge Herald. A new oJ structure has bees located, south of Skiff. O. G. Bevenish and Associates and Unitec Oils have filed on 80.000 acres be- tween SSuff and Lucky Strike. There is a net surplus of in the general account. At the regular meeting of the ,.tv council this morsing S5CO was for Board of Trade publici- ax fund been reduced by i lost and the growers must get new according to the 1925 audi- seed and start all over again, tor's report. A total of farmer has so many obstacles was acded so vne lucd last to overcome between seeding and harvest. Ke has to depnd on rain fcr moisture, on the sun for grow- ing and npening. and also on the sun to prevent Irost. He has to keep his crop clear of insects, weeds and other handicaps to growth. Then. the farmer dees get good ctjp. he is coi always sure h" TK-sll receive a god price for his products. He is in the audcle all the a sure victim of any Views of the Press ONTARIO SOIL DRIFTING L. Clark, in Winder Star) Ontario farmers have zn. This winF f the is bvj squeeze that comes along. The spite of it all the farmers live Erseau enjoy bfe and they It would appear that of the world has its OTO par- ticular sxfiibles. Queer Actions I; is hard for the of the to understand the of propaganda weighted againsi Great Britain -which, is coining ou: cf ilosco- by press and radio these days. As one commentator fiald over the wee-send, it is mind- ful of the SEZI propaganda esst- ceered by Hiier and Goebsels pnor to 1939- Is sounds as if the Soviet chiefs determined that the Russian people should be taught to the Americans and the peo- ple of the Bnrisii Snpire. av is Hussia pursuing such, a of "South Africa- King, a ereat ac- oirer of the South African October IT, 1S7S. Eien as Iste as Hangs laid or assumed Turning to Mackerizie ___ years away from he Cnancellery. the Eeicn. course when a diSerent attitude coaJi assure the world peace reign lor lialf a centary if cot permanently? For the nest four days the Eerald publish, a series of shors ar- ticles written, by Eddy Gilmore, As- Bociated Press correspondent in HOECOW during the who knows Stalin, and whose -wife is a Russian girL ilr. Giimore w-11 attempc to enswer our question for us. Per- haps lie will be able to espiarn. the Iron cunain wiucS. prevents the day-to-day news about the arerage Sassian does and from getting out of Russia the same idad of day-to-day news about; -what British and Amer- icans, Canadians and Australians do and tnink from gening into the Russian papers so that we might nacisrstand each other. 28 days. Days5" King was cack ;n power once i This unie our B32g reigned s more. Milk Scarcity Tae price of milk went up rwo cents a cruar; to consumers on Sai- ttrday last, but the pnce did not go up for the producers. They con- tinue to get v'nsz they got pre- viously, the osly difference being that the two cents in, question are ECW. paid c-y the cortstnaer direct whereas previously that part of the j a-iner's retum came from the Gov- ernment's subsidy treasury. Whether the fac; thai the con- EUmer is now paying two cents more keep a supply of miii coming from producers i; remains to be Slany farmers comulain they cannot; ges help which fenows to iriiv cows or that wants to leam how to Tpil-r, Winnipeg re- ports that Tnfjgirig may soon be- come a forgotten art and that fanners are selling their dairy Herds because they cannot hire men who do this work. Dairying 3 a daylight-to-dari Job and nobody particularly Uses that of work when anything else can be found, especially m these days when everybody is tailing of higher pay lor shorter marking cays. Rain Still Needed Wilson's Janan's an but Hon. Arthur j Slackenzie King. King's term totalled j Like him or not. he stays. As u_ vears five months snd 27; time gees by. his enemies seem to vs. Throw is Feoruarv 29 and evaporate. In Csaaca. more peo- X_ s- months snd pie have voted for him more times iifi 40 -U-i- T-iftn'r fnTfrcT susible logic. X- had been bnclec, well The great Journal1) Inotatoes and broccoli. Soft; rolls i annour.---------- ers may coHect their snoes. one-day token strike June he gave way to i than for anybody else, forget, Bridge-ton constituency critically ill at shire. Scotland. critically ill at his home in Ayr- Walinski. 62-year-old First Great "War pensioner, jumped Tee- -o his death frcffi Dawson bridge into the North Saskatcnewan The body had not been re- hfe, he has onlv to hve covered Monday. Police said rrooi frew more'weeks to go'down m United States of India "Sork Sun) British mission sioner lived and that he came out, ran to the bridge and jumped over. Two German prisoners of 'war, Hans Cla-oss and Eans Haacker, escaped from a timber camp at Calora. Ont.. Eear Sioux on ifa- "l6, were aDarehended in _ ____s frt i at the village---------__ One hoar passed. Then the visi- tor met tne native again. "I find the visitor ex- plained. that's oueer." the Scots- man mused. "Hasna he a nick- name o' anv "Well, I believe he's called Cocky Mac." -Weil, -why did ye no say so? the Scot repheo. "Doctor, how are my "Oh. nreitv well, but I wouldn't start reading" any continued stories." BUDGET SECRETS IBv 'Wilfrid Egglesron, in Toronto Saturday Night) When Budget Day comes along. Port ss is is expected to ear. and is there no ceiling? The time is coming when the boys and girls will have to be kept out of school to work to pay the taxes. h, normal gastric juife can rv- i which had been fust passed some we did not feel qualified to pass lieve syjiptoms of peptic ulcer. 1 time ago, deal; inequalities judgment on, J Del Bomta. G. H. LIGHTPOOT because I forgot one simple ORKY, air not a room! A desk clerk's job is certainly no picnic, these days and when you feel dull and headachey as I did, it's really grim! "Then Kellogg's 30-day test showed me what a difference one simple change of diet could make. At work or play I really enjoy myself now! And Kellogg's Braa flakes are really delicious i to 1 toy KtJIogg'l favourite. In a. recent survey, 3 times as many housewives voted "KellogS's" their favourite Bran Flakes as named any other brand. Look for the golden-yellow the new, large TBRIFTYsize. 1. If you'rn HI see youf doctor! But if >ou just feel doll and htadachey, you msv only be suffering from incomolele elicainauon. Especially if you're 35- how one simple change of diet can help you keep fit; 2. Start right now to eat KellosR's Bran Hikes every morning- Xo harsh doses---- just fit the natural way! Get more of the "balk" your system needs by cades delicious, gendy-lsxauve Kellogg's Braa Hakes With Other Parts Of Wheat. 3. thirty should prove to you how grand it to feel alen, to have the energy for all the extra things you'd like to do. You'll want to ea keeping nt the Kellogg way! Keep fit with Kellogg's, every day in the Rented room: It's no trick at all to turn gloomy Surroundings Info en enchanting, cheerful room. Yes, even on a slim-Jim budget! Try a gay print bedspread i wallpaper trim oround the windows a cozy wrifing nook. But be sure you start with a sparkling new Gold Seal Congoleum rug! That's Jhe way to get a floor covering that lends excitement to your whole color scheme that is smooth, easy fo clean, corafortable underfoot. Best of oil, it's such a good For Gold Seal Congoleum both rugs and by-lhe-ycrd has a wear- layer of heat-toughened painJ end baked enamel equal in Jhfcfaiess fo 8 coats of best floor point oppffeJ by hand! But remember this familiar Gold Sea! it isn't Congoleum! So took for it before you buy! Youll be surprised bow much quality you can buy for so little money. Gold Seal Conjjolcum is a product of Congoleum Canada limited, Montreal. EATON BRANCH STORE Sykes Imperial Furniture Store SIXTH ST. S. ST. LOUIS FURNITURE FIFTH ST. S. NEWSPAPER! ;