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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PICKED FRIDAY, JUNE gear. Therefore the officials will make ar.v tentative statements House of Commons Committees Much, Work Ottawa Letter Proprietors ISA Sixth St. a. 3S OTTAWA. teresting wors 2: on Radio Broadcasting i active s W. A. BUCHAKAX thenVl feel bound to state that in my opinion they are C. E. SIATTHEWS Secretary. as Second Class Mall. Herald Serves the South' The oil Insh railway construc- tion -worker's song about "wor-ong without susar in year a strictly outmoded these cays. Fashions have chafed. There are f our live issues broadcasting a-, the moment, n no; j For Goodness sake- Try Red Rose REDRMi "is good tea" "WHY... HAVEN'T YOU HEARD? ratepayers voted against ti -storm sewers. "Wanted to gi'.e the City Administration re lor" having held the money by-la' vote, we presume. Ancients made bricks straw. Newspaper puhUshers welcome a plant to make newsprint paper out of the millions oi tons of "straw which, goes to -srasce an- nually ia Western Canada. Encouraging Hope Eon. C. D. Howe, toe industriaJis; of the Sing Cabinet, gave Canadians fcope tha; ti3s super-power of the stoic, unleashed only a. laonths ago ia the war Japan, will Sve years be put to use for ilie good of msnfrria raiiier than lor Sis fiestrjction. Atoinic energy couM revolutionize industry the over if its tremendous power could be pu; 10 wort TO the burden, of manjcmd, and Mr- Howe sees no good reason why this, rather war, should, not be its <-bicf function. Tfrg world w31 hope thss Mr. Howe is right. And Canadians, with one of the sources of atomic more: (a) Premier Drew soug: on the air m order the osoole of Canada Ontario s ciand on the question of Domin- ion-Provincial Relations. This was refused, in accordance with well- established nrmciples on political broadcasting." and on the purchase of time to saread These principles are being challenged. Premier Drew was offered free tame, DTK not as much as he requested. (b) The CJB.C. has announced its intention of taking over the wave- carrying s. large fcfugrhs of certain ornate stations suitcase. in order that goveirsment-ownea j -That's damdest LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Page.) J -Pred Scott, barrister and former commanding officer of_tnei Caisarv Highlanders, has mace a of "chessmen, which is undouat- the oaly one of its kind in the TVO-'C In Mr. Scott's set o; chess: i Indian chiefs, squaws anc braves replace the black king ana! his entourage, wiiile colonial sol- diers take the place of the pawns. stations shall onerate on those wa lengths. This" will result m tsrivately-owned stations being as- signed "wavelengths elsewhere m and evidently under the white king, thing: Ij ever heard esclaimed the i TTTT- tiiaz VY llttt the broadcasting bank, and the they get will not be so good. This acnon has been at- tacked in some sections of the press. It is. however, in keeping with the 3rinciples of CS.C. operation en- iorsed over a cenod of years by Darliamentary commitsees. (c) Certain provincial govern- ments have had, or wish to acquire, energy at nand in the hintexlaafi of the Xorth. West Terriiorias, tnS. have a. special interest; in the eSorts which win be made bv Canadian scientists 3TK' JEdustrialistE under the direction of the Government's atomic committee to bring into use, for the good of all the peoplp of Canada, the great power a; our door. "PTe, as Westerners, wffl hope thai fhis atomic power potential, which lias in the West, may lead to the Industrialization Prairie Provinces. of the Could Be Desert i c i tan-cnver. You smow what that guv has in his bag? Ee nag a dozen I bottles of bonded bourbon whiskey, 95 proof. And he's got to drink a fuH" bottle of it every cav if he wants to keep alive. "3s lha.s a couple of bullet wourds in his stomach, and that's what the army doctors told Tiim he had to do. He's going on a SO-day fur- lough from the hospital; and the John S. Knight, in Chicago Dailv News: I say that; I sometimes wonder if the rest of the world is as eager to hear tne American siOT as we it is. Isnt it just" a bit presumntuous on our bar- to assume that our easterns and our way of living comprise SHOES If yoo are baring a private brand look for the VtfiTB code number inside the iff made bj Ritchit. MEN'S SMART SHOES SINCE 1879 army will send him a counle of the uroper pattern for other na- lives, i ons' to follow? own people. Quebec. Manitoba, Sas- katchewan and Alberta are inter- ested ia one way or another. The question arises whether a pro- are some good arguments on hadn't believed it either; but had seen the soldier's orders. Incident- ally, the soldier had never "drunk hard liquor before, and looked for- longingly to the tans when j lie could stop drinking it. girls." have you? "Three ana two sides. In theory at least; the Do- j lengths or stations of its own and would no; be allowed iinner the act to operate any: the CJ5.C. is in in practice, too, I independent of the government of the day. Should a provincial party j allowed to own and ooerate a station? (.a.) The -C.3.C. under its legisla- i Lord Curzon, a bruuant our pom- j tion is designated as the controlling pous Englishman who ended his aeency over nnvatelv-owned sta- 1 career as foreign secretary and nar- tibns. This "was deliberate and rawly missed being Prime ICnister, fuBv intended: the theorv was that was sent to India as viceroy. Capt. the" C.B.C. would co-ordinate all i MincPin. British consul in Kansas radio-broadcasting: in Canada; It City, tells of the great man's re- Officer: "rive nlCTsnt-r "Kb. one at a time, t we're not Canadians yet." ADEQUATE HONORS (Kansas Cisv Star.) the svers which Sow across tb.e Prairie Provinces from the Kocky Mountains to Hudson Bay to cry up these ProTinces- which. would operate all the networks for Canada-wide service, while stations with a power nos exceeding 1000 become a desert. This was" the thought Premier left in the of the Pacific Logging congress at its meeting in Banff the other day. It is an arresting thougat. But It is true, and because it is true Mr. Manning stressed the absolute necessity of conservation and preservatioii of the forests of the eastern Bocky Mountain slope. In view of ilr.! strong state- ment we may hope that the Prov- ince and the Dominion will get to- gether withou; delay to make an agreement, offered by Ottawa, for the protection of the Eastern Slope watershed. Our forests have been Seglected during ice war, there leas some escuss for it. But there fc EO reason, why, now the war K over and men are again available, complete machinery for the protec- tion of this important watershed should not be provided. THAT BODY OF YOURS (JAMSS W. BAHTOX, JO3.) XOSE AM) THROAT SYMPTOMS CACSED BY IACK OF THYROID JDICE "When the thyroid gland in the neck is overactive ail the body pro- essses work faster: Heart" beat more rapid, more rapid burning or u.sing up of food, loss of weight, trembling, staring eyes. When "the thyroid gland is not active enough all the body processes work slower; heart rate slow, food not used up and so there is overweight, mdivid- is sluggish mentallv and phy- sically. What research workers are pointing out to us today is_ that where the thyroid glared is only j slightly overactive or underactive the symptoms are often not severe erough to be noted by the patient j or physician and the usual treat- ment for overactive or unceractivs thvroid gland is not given In Archives of Otolarvngologv fear and throat} Dr W. McLaurin. caption when he reached India. As the imposing figure in his plumed hat stepped from the train the band by "mistake struck -up, "Holv. Holy. Ebly. God Al- instead of "God Save the King." Curzon whisoered to an aide I through the side of his mouth, "The only time I ever was prop- erly received." "Janitor, you could- cool our By Capt. J. Harper Prowse. M.T..A- CASE OF THE BRIDES I learned ia Ottawa that. fc is the hone of the brides repat officials in KJDJHQ. that all war bnces who have a priority that is, husbands have oeen discharged from the services to civilian be in Canada by the end of July. Six liners, induc- ing the Queen Mary, will be used exclusively for this task. 4s of Mav 15 there were brides and 6.832 children in the United Kingdom awaiting __crans- ponation zo Canada, in thero were brides; in Belgium were 553 bndes and 20 chil- dren, and in France there were 73 bndes. Of these more than oOGO be brousht to Canada between May 27 and" June_ 19. The Quesn aiarv has been deunitely allotea to the "Canadians for four trips. These shios cannot carry as many bndes as Uiey did troops. In the first place when they are can-ring fandes thev are not permitted, DV mantime regulations, to carry more passengers than they have lifeboat accommodation. Eesuies this, when they are carrnng women and chil- dren their crews must be increased reducing the number of brides they can provide Distributed in lethbridge by Baird's Shoes and Leather Goods 306-Stb. STREET "I didn't know there was anyone who hadn't heard about KRUMBLES the cereal to change to! The cereal that's really NOW you can enjoy shredded whole wheat in an EASY-TO-EAT form! Kellogg's Krumbles are shredded, curled, to-eat instantly. Nothing to fuss with hefore you serve I Even the flavouris It's z. hearten- ing flavour that only Kellogg's can capture. MORE NOUR- ISHMENT in every spoonful! Yonr grocer has Krumbles now. Get a couple of packages the nest time youshop. MadeinLondou, Canada. ...they are different! MM MAY NEVER SELL A SOUVENIR... apartment" nicelv if vou would j men who will man the lifeboats m run Ice water through the radia- case of accidents, ilecical ana i0rs" nursing staffs furtner reauce tne "Can't be done, madam." number of bndes which may ce "What did vou'have in them last earned. And only a limited, per- centage children can bs accom- modated. This means that the Queen Mary, for example, winch earned approxi- mately troops is only per- mitted to carrv a total of about 2.3GO women and children. The passenger lists of other boats are CORRECTTOX OJSSR. Btuietin.1 On 9, the Information Bul- letin stated, through an error in converting meters to miles, that the new Palace of Soviets at Moscow half a nrle hish. Tne build- reduced in a hke ratio. wUl be slishtly -more than a I crjsrter of a hile high, or exactly it will be the tallest Baton Rouge. states that in Years Ag From the Files of The Lethbridge Herald. mild cases of underacare thyroid the patients are riot necessarily J Xunhain Stanford was chosen as the candidate for Nar.ton liberals at a convention held yesterday. Not Easy to Please A roar of disapproval went -up from CJS. wheat farmers when, af- ier many miBioris of bushels of stored wheat were delivered in Sist quarter of year in response to an appeal to help feed starring Europe, the price sdnrnistration in I overweight nor are thev act to show! Conditions of the gram crops on considered on the facts and seats- I the forgetfulness and "lack of con- the prairi's of Western Canada are ment does not enter into any of the those persons who apparently come over oiit of their pnori'.y turn. I have been assured, to my com- plete satisfaction, with the facts in individual cases, that there is no monJcev business going on. here. Passenger lists are checked against pnority lists and any irregularities are investigated and followed right down until the facts are Special priorities are granted only after exhaustive investigations to insure that nobody is pulling fast ones. Compassionate cases are considered on the facts and seats- restiess. pati nervous as are" patients other interested person, who feels that he has in- K. A. Van Orman is the _new town rprmation regarding any irregulari- the 'which "carries called for tomorrow in the city. ilr to inrer side of ear 01221- I ness, head noises or buzzing ears. boils and eczema, scaling or red- blocking of tne waterv discharge, and with or', without pallor of the of the 'V-oat that country then offered bonus j ngss in outer canal of the ears thai of 30 cents a bushel and a lo-cent resist the usual treatment, chronic j MnolnnsT flip nnSA nr tncrease in the Sxea price to ormg out slaS nsore. Early deliverers to know why they were discriminated against. The same protest is being made in Canada fcy the cattlemen who, after taking the bare ceiling for grain-fed beef during April and most of May, were chagrined to see the price ceiling lifted after most of the good cattle had been de- livered. It is evident that bureaucratic of the Press SCOTS "MEANNESS" They will be investigated and he will receive a report as soon as in- vestigations been completed. Every attempt is being mace to treat every case impartially and white I was in Ottawa I was shown cases where officers, in- (Aianenesier ouaraian, eluding brigadiers, who had con- It is said tnat all tne joscs abou. j tecjs and Scottisri meanness are made m i m repa. are still wait- Aberdeen. Certainly it will be i y. g for then. lurn w conle hard to repeat them m j xobody receives preferential after the announcement that tne i the reasonable ex- Council of the Football ception of compassionate cases, association has decided to give the There js one thing veterans sensation of something lodg- ed in. throat. inetabolisrn tests underactivity of the thyroid gland mav be discoverpd but unless there is diabetes, heart disease or tuber- of ike Boiton ouster c-ilosis present Dr. M6Launn urees whole proceeds of the intemauor.al match betueen Scotland and Eng- to the fund for the that thfee patients be mven an ade- go to help the Scottish clubs. quate trial with thvroid extract. Tn I will be by far the biggest con-n- a series of 138 cases "surprwjnssly i bution yet offered. is gener- improveroent in the well be- i osity on the grand scale, ana Jie ing of the asidp from Un- j news of it will make many wonder nrice control, as in these two cases, j provement Sn the local condition whether there k not, after ail, some wns observed by use of thyroid ex- i truth in the old belief that sport I n ic n VirvnrI leaves much to be desired. JEWS PA PER I I tract.' is a bond who are awaiting the amval ot their bndes must do in order to facil'tate the job being done by the authorities. Any veteran who moves from one place to another ir.ust notify the deputy minister immrdi- ately of his new address. This js important so that they may be sure that the bridfe is delivered to the correct address when shp arrives. There have been cases where, be- cause N.D.H.Q. was not notified, bndes have been sent to the old spent by American tonrists In Canada doesn't stop at auto camp or restaurant or curio sbop. It finds its way into grocery stores zad lumber yards, fisheries, farm homes and fac- tories. It spreads Let's all do our part to protect this valuable source of extra income. This year especially, when crowding and shortages create serious problems, let's make sure'our visitors carry home happv memories'and a glowieg report of their Canadian vacation. way we receive them, the wsrmth of our greeting this all-important year, will directly affect the whole future of this great and growing "natural HERE'S WHAT WE'RE TELLING A OUK Your Canadian Travel Bureau, formed to pro- tect and promote yonr interests in Canada's tourist industry, is placing advertising in lead- ing U.S. newspapers reminding American readers of the beauty and diver- sity of Canada's toorisi attrac- tions. At the same time it is tact- Jully reminarng them that ia view of travel and accommodation fcaltia this summer, tbej icill be tcise to make reservations ahead, CANADIAN TRAVEL BUREAU of A Ottawa ;