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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1946 Proprietors wsd Publishers Stab St. SL. iattbijriese. W. A. BUCHANAS Diwctsr. Say IN PASSING ncs tha- C.3-C. shows no: organization, whether to "the oartv r.w m; authority cr a private society or Ee -alii is permitted to operate a FOR THE BUSY READER dent he Xo one can suspect how fiepea- George A. Hocmel, 85. founder of J jj JOHN TORHANCX Biasisess H. G. LOSQ Editor. C- E. ilATTHEWS Secretary. suggestion that the federal' .nEient pus a ceiling on house "T was endorsee by a meeisng el iror. Hose Builders' As-, Member Baresa of to paper Herald Serves the meni in Saskatchewan. Venerable "William Cole. Archcea- completely lie possibility.; cent he is on newspapers, books and magazines until they are taken ws_ -rjjg radio helps a little, LOW RAIL FARES FOR KING'S BIRTHDAY MONDAY, JUNE 10 -sainted "Word appears to be Between alt Stations in Canada ONE-WAY FARE and ONE-QUARTER FOR ROUND TRIP (Minimum GOING: JUNE 7 JUNE 10 cro'wdiri out tte TCtnaso Globe and emier ss ciief iief csunsel for Pr Urew. sibie with a view not merely to ex- boning their followers is thsir own urovince :c convert- ing the fcikswers o: the others is he ether two provinces. TTp so Jass 1! rs Pirfcr or st been, esslorec completely both in1 Washington and in the 4 nrotasting any action answer ii simply this: it can't be by the Cans-; cay t-nn oisieklv find that all the dow of the news, a and news announcers is a very poor sub- j sti-ute lor me vcu cannot see All the radio programs toge'her make only a vague of stone tree and blossom. Alter listening for a week to the have come to the conclu- _ __, _ I fierTin them, the individual shape i soachlBe in his pocket. were For should to be Had the MKBg as if world peace Kussia wants or iie-ssiss and for j equally so no Victory Pageant Sssarcay next the people ol Great are V-S a ViKcry and thiougncai tie Isles are to maie merry "sriiii en- -tjHjsiasm in spise of the austerity of living -sriiicii preTail erea after a year of peace. Britain's example should star e ciiizeizs to gsi; beihind the "Welcoms Eoase ceie- batiGtt on July 4, 5 and 6 just as smca emhnsasa siittae in charge is going to a good deal of izouble and espesse to mase this celebratioii, and THAT BODY OF YOUR (JiMSS W. BArlTOX, iLDJ ;n at Ottawa is doing the best j ihev so far as J C3.n els- j i cover, as much as they The shipping agent from New dSGa negotiations look the cuestion up Epsom Salts and Yolk Help j uith the War Shipping Administra- Emptv Gall Bladder i tion in Washington, which has con- One the nieces of assarar-is trol of all boats. PoUowicg is the found in'" is a riechani- letter which. I received frcra him: i cal or which vibrates "I regret excsecingly to hare to r calor so ma sade _ This gives the same as noing a horse in thap is up the j gauliiladder. ifnvar aafi gail blad- j first der are shaken u? regaterly by this or other form of exercise not o: is more manufactured ny j service, K -sill be frith ihe co-operation of the aeonle of Lethnridge and SoEth- em Alberta, in their attendance. is a. good Time to plan for ir. no constipation and disturbances of any depends on the liver.' advised that, no surface of" the soil is negngiol charter would be oermitted.' And to tfrsn'-? of all the energy _ we furthermore I found that the have wasted working up east he roots of plants neeo. ceathe 'just as both anG we do. That's ________ _ _ _ alwavs about cigestiys j equipped passenger shipsT I then j spsdins in organic'matter to aerate Vinti. "LUe i asked Washington whether or not. j ihe soil. Tou get root growth u they had any ship equiDBed which the soil dries out- occasionally to _j-- _ LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Front Page.) G.V.F. The public of 2it West in. general, c-nn Canadian aeisrspapenaea :in -sriil regret to learn, of the retirement of George V. Pergnson. from the executive editorship of the "Winnipeg rree Press after 21 years cnring hich he stamped his im- prmt upon that leading Western publication. tlie TTMMI at leet he sat through the formative days of neTrsroom apprentice- snip, the late John W. Dai oe. Mr. SViguson fss s. newspaperman, to his fmgerSps fnSH ieen percep- taon of news Talue balance. Ai the tiiae hs iiaa nis fonaer trenchant editorial style by raesuE of irtilch he advanced liberal, progressiTe and Western Ideas and ideals -which made the Jree Press a leader in public opinion across the Dominion. Wa nope reports that Mr. Fergu- son is accepting a post in a Minne- sota University do not rossn he is loss permanently to Canada. We nfisd 'foi's like In iDomrnion, and especially in the Prairie West Those needs hs so -srell and -sraose -visions of future greatness he en- coisrsgecL Now not everybody go to a they couid offer tis for charter or buy s, mech; aorse for the homs, nor can every- body take the bencing exercises .11 and I now have their renly, cosy of trhich squeeze liver and gall biad- der. It is interestmg therefore tc know that doses of epsom salts or MTmTi amounts of fat foods Tsrhich I cuote: "Regarding a suitable ship lor can stimulate the g2H bladder to empty itself more readily. In Surgerr. XJrs. Ed-srard A. Boy- den, George S. jSergh STV? John A- University of Minnesota, re repatriating Canadian war brides, I can only again say that, I do not know of any snip that would be suitable and available. American ships in war bride service are ves- sels such as the "Santa -John etc. AH of these ves- sels. as soon as they are finished TT C? found gall bladder shadows i X. 3 .._ _ ._.-._ help to move the backlog of urgent ci- passengers for which, the state department is pressing us. miehr. ILS-C- rnor __.. the entrance of fresh air.'. it should not get so dry that ihe- microscopic root hairs are kmed. The famous caaiilary action that was at one time" supposed, to bring water from the water table up to the plants can actually raise it but two 'or three inches in any appre- ciable amount. A group of workmen were discuss- ing tne evolution, and origin of-man. One of the party remained silent, whan a companion turned-to him and demanded his opinion. "I ain't goin' to he replieoL "i. remember as 'ow Henry Green and roe thrashed that out once before, and it's settled as far as I'm concerned." -But what- conclusion did you -underwent farther study. were made after a passage of a Seivfuss -tube arc an ounce of sat- urated solution of epsom salts was injected into the stomach in 10 arm past the stomach into the duo- T23JTC Oi Smsll 4 X-ray -filrr-s were made j mittse througii which ail shipDing tion.'' 2, 4, 12, 16, 20. 25, 30, 35, 40 f requirements and resources are" co- I____ and 45 minutes after epsom. salts j ordjnated.' j TWINS MORE CO3J3ION We also tay tha ___ handling of the Canadian war {come to? brides is a military reauirement rWett." he said, slowly, "we didn't which is usually handled bv the i arrive at the same Combined Chiefs of Staff and the 1 we dida't. Henry arrived at the Joint Military Transportation Cora- j "raspitai an" me at the police sta- Sola at aH Drujr Dept. Stores Dist. Kavmond and Ryder 1347 Charles Siu Vancouver Taylor, Pearson and Carson (Canada) Limited (Incorporated under the laws of the Dominion of Canada) Issue Cumulative Redeemable Convertible Preferred Par Value Issue Common N. Pax Value. The Preferred Shares have preference as to capital and dividends and are entitled to cumulative preferential dividends as and when declared by the board of directors at" the rate of 50c per share per annum cumu- lative from June 1, 1946. The Preferred Shares are convertible at any- time or from time to time into Common Shares on the basis of Common Shares for each Preferred Shares so converted- Transfer Agent and Registrar: National Trust Company, Limited, Toronto 2nd Edmonton The Company has asreed to make application to list the above mentioned Preferred'and Common Shares oa The Toronto Stock Exchange. We offer as principals these Preferred and Common Shares, subject to prior sale and change in price, if, as and when issued and accepted by us and subject to the approval of Counsel. Prices s Preferred per share Common a-00 per share A Prospectus, a copy of has bees filed under the provisions of Tht Companies Act, as amended, iriU he promptly f oraished upon request Wood, Gondy Company Limited James Bichardson Sons were injected. The results -showed i "Under these circumstances, I re- that while epsom i gret esceedinslv tha-s I cannot be effective in emptying the of any assistance to you and I have gall bladder it is not as eSeciive