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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 11, CO. LTD. Proprietors msA Publishers 323 Steb St. S, uethbridge. W. A. Southern Alberta Opinion the Weekly PreM the identity and expaud are based on EL G LOXG Editor. C. R- MATTHEWS Secretary. SOPC has become a real and vital end of Maj. PICKED UP IN PASSING FOP. THE BCSY READER ._t There were veterans listed from as unemployed in Calgary at, the Wliat They Hon. H. M- Stevens: Many thoughtful students agree that we are in the midst of a bloodless resolution, that a definite realignment is in nrocess. My own {conviction is that one important result of unrest on this continent be a redistribution of wealth. Not in the sense implied by Marxi- industrial and OtTLOOK NOT Ixjca- It is a sac and disturbed tier. -JJiid "hke to precise them peace. s prosperity ar.c security. >one c. the fast place. A KAP FOK THE EDITOR Gazette' is interesting to areur.d of the University of Manitoba KIW 1910. Dr. W- Spenee. 67, has retired. s The Hotel in Spokane i -o have a" new ten-storey wing. cosur HE ATE TOO press U Mrfasrreir sue io- son FORM OF INSURANCE nilscleoc Gazette) the custncts and mee: the much social in- tercourse with the farmers as i should, bat r. is assays reiresrjng get as-ay from .aas. Lass ir. the several alarm Jjre MUCH (Authorized as Seaad OaJMalL Post Office Deparluieiiw, Ottawa-? s The Heraid Serves the South' view. TVe had a good h Tinu-sd.! nisht g-r.sed thei lop floor of a four-storey Easionton j storage -warehouse is expected tof touch J The -03-tori motor vessel Earivs j v.ith more than 400 illecaif ts on board, is enj roay? to Haifa under escort of a British warship after being inter- j cejited o: Ascalon. i A. W. Ksnki. editor of the St.; Jjinies Leader, was awarded Dominion Textile trophy for th? j THE VALVE OF WAGES is BuIIetiK? value ret n they've had enough rasn or the churches appear to be on i for track. long We appreciated rj ment. not because it frank com- ras absolute- Strike action by farmers in an effort to obtain parity prices for farm produce is. not fav- ored at present by the board of directors of the Vnited Farm- ers of Canada. Saskatchewan j seclicn. Frank secre- tary, said in Saskatoon. j Reconstruction Minister J. K.J ajincanced ;n Regina that i haves treasurv for doniestic AND GOT ONE BIG STOMACH ACHE! Are you a victim; of distress? Then take Maclean Bras-i Stomach Powder, the remarkable British formula for xpeedy and successful treatment of indigestion, heartburn, dys- pepsia and other forms of upset slomach. Do as ua-Uions keep Maclean Brand Stomach Powder or Tablets always handy- HANDY POCKET SIZI This Prairis country of violent extremes r we who live here well latins weeks sgo Monday the crop outlook, j jhk; is much more serious.' better. vras blue because of a co'.d, dry.j ALSO IN TABLET FORM u-indv, spring season. Today, only j weeks later the picture Ahead on the earth! By Capt. J. Harper Proree. vrhere Sve inches of ram in a day vrouldn'E cause evert a comment. Here in South Alberta the five inches of rain -are have had in the uses be increased to 993 cents an ounce. The price is 71.11 j i devices offer to make s life more attractive tnan Jt, I has been a rural areas in the ssjst. of a bul- plants are also canoe on loneiv thev provide joos -o- v pass 10 or 11 days have made a diSereace Tviii be felt in 3s- rope next; -sinter. rYom a threat of a very poor crop we have a promise of a fair to good crop. It may mean The diSerence be- tween bushels and 000 bushels tn this area, and that would mean a. diSerence in cash income w our fanners of more than Ko trander we the weather. MACLEAN Brand Stomach Powder tna' amon_ connnons. anc among _. who must deal witc. tne nroblem. that subsidization ot homes is the only vay of .solving the "housing requirements o; thcce in ruir !o-nrer income brackets. are actually hi our lo-nrer inconis Oniv ;wo factors holding WP movement in this direc- tion. The first is Jthe fact mat no reliable information exists as to LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued fram SToat A railway police constable and a seaman picket on duty at Fori V.'il- liam arevented the S.S. Edmonton j from "drifting CUE in the Saminis- tiqaia and endangering other; craft. The constable noticed that j the moonns lines o: the Edmonton OMIY GENUINE If SIGNATURE ALEX. C. MACLEAN APPEARS ON THE PACKAOB __ ere are most urgency, anc D he fe. che and roacaes had been CUE and the vessel had. i started to swing away from the' nasal Irritation tha-, in were politicians, all read Our Industrial Future Wish a. rapidly growing popala- tkffl Zjethbridge must begin to think and plan for industrial development in the city and throughonc South- em Alberta. Otherwise we may up in a leff years to find thai sre over-popuiated and enough jobs to go round. We need a consciousness of this position in 'he civic aemsiustration, in. the Board of Trade and Junior Chamber and in the minds of everj busiasssmsri of the city and of citizens generally. Up to the present Lethbridge has felt that t'fiis city has a secure Inundation, in the surrounding agri- cultural area and in the coal in- dustry. Tne news thai the St. Marv dam is to be built -Kith the eventual extension of our irrigated area by acres is taken by many to mean that of finding employment for everybody is end- ed. But the truth 2S that our agri- cultural growth and the extension of irrigation are posing new prob- lems. For without industrial de- velopment to complement our agri- cultural growth we will have left the farm producer to look far afield houses are to the cities. factor i! ,i Otta-ra has begun, imp'ressed with the huge sums the F. C. Korris of the Skliorn Her-; curv was elected president of the, Week- .at the- bg session of the annual con- 'The second 'actor is that every- to orate on the current maaicipai vsntion in Winnipeg. A resolution -'-z. has begun, to be election campaign. But the speecnes recommending that members adopt! the huge sums of j were short. Mavor McDonough Um- j a minimum subscnption rate of moaev thai is being ited each speaker to the length of j a year was passed by cele- 'i now DT the various govern- j time he a gates. denartznsnis. Everybody at 25-pound cake of ice in his oare j Ottawa is willing to talk about this, j Casualty ana surety j Ther have had a lot of put joumaL clean drr. dogged DCJ- sore raeca- restore wiamtj bftk, Jfitxodtabet We. to cut taxation, ana got the courage to face up to _i subsidized, housine nrcgram in ad- present; spending dition to their totals. Another factor which is celayicg responcent. __ _ bar over j there last Friday afternoon. A chip- THAT BODY YOURS (JAiSES BARTON, ALD.) MENTHOLATUM The feature 'It's Alloyed" is the secret of B-A Peerless Motor Oil's rime-tested superiority- It's the process that transforms a oil into the finest lubricant obtainable. B-A Peerless Motor Oil a first refined far beyond" ordinary standards. Then, exclusive B-A process that gives great oil its ability to stand up better in service to withstand conditions that would cause ordinary oik to quickly break down into sludge and varnish. It will pay you to insist on B-A Peerless Motor because it makes any car or truck last longer Change to B-A tough oiL for the better. B-A Peerless Motor Oil is matched only by the courteous service oi >our B-A dealer. in AHOY ED" in THE BRITISH AMERICAN OIL COMPANY LIMITED so the rest of Canada. By this 11 r.Lf "The'v threw i as is shows the degree don't mean far in the matter of i action is that Ottawa is so far from j "RV T.lllS T oz a nig miles, but rather in tht in HOTS- come voa're loosing The newcomer shrugged.! physician of learning the tempera- ood night's sleep last i ture and pulse rate of the patient I as is shows the degree of activity me out of here nice and early." J of any disease process present. What o o o j many do not, understand is now Years when was nmch the physician learns by fina- 'Tews as a sedimentation rate of the he tasked a psnent's blood. The secimeniation rate is really the time iz takes for the blood to clot; that is the time required fcr the cells or corpuscules of "the blood to sink to the bottom of a lube or vessel leaving the i.. i plasma or liquid Dart of the our cities and see the conditions! If you were_ j fclood) z- the top and the ____ outlook. Between the officials Ottawa and the actual proolem facing the individual Canacuan Slo.OOO 5s a huge thine to walk around j ecutive editor asked. pondence. his es- groups. spokes: Utti _ -s-hicn. thousands of Canadian dough I am." Erme replied, you a the families are iivins. It is quite an- j think so, and Puo- whv the sedimenta- ,_ i s non jjapoj-au-j i It- JS 3a-.own that in an incivicu- VV1IH THE PrRSER. al in gooc- health the cells sink to (I. Norman Smith, in Ottawa j tjje bottom, form a z Journal) _ certain time. If the clot is form- iiad a chin with Chief Purser! gjj jji jgss tune than this normal overcrowding in a certain district, j Johnson who's been on the Queen i time, the sedimentation rate is in- On the same desk will be a copy j ifarv since 1937 and sruci it, creased or is said to be higher, and of the financial Post with a series j throughout the war. Englishly reti- some infection is pres- .e it takes ive gerous D_____ Por example, one letter will "paint a pitiful pictee of the deplorable conditions resulting from ease processes such normal condi- development of "Whether the new industrializa- tion comes through the initiative of the private individual or through co-operative action by the combined city and farm community, it must come if we are to avoid a. cropper in the future. We are badly in need of leadership in the field of industrial development, a leader- ship which will get action. There is much which can be done to provide processing plants to pre- pare our meal animals for market; to process the products of what should be an ever-growing dairy industry; to develop industries bas- ed upon the new quick-freeze pro- cess; to provide rural electrification on a large scale; jn canning and dehydration of vegetables, fruits and dairy products to broaden toe markets for these products. Leth- bridge and Southwestern Albenai are rich. There is money right here to start these projects without be- sedimentation or clot- :he blood. Some of WARN about WINTER the authority to act as they see fit. This would give to the men who zrs in z cosition to ses the neea on tne tnese days: the cap- i the to correct situations tain is supreme chief and sails the which r.ow exist. Ii would also ship; the staff manages A. Acute: All acute infections t sppendscStis and whoopir.g j infected blood, abscess, in- i uses, peritonitis, acute in- 'ection of intesiiaes. acu'.e rheu- maf.c fever, have a fast clotting fy prevent the buik-passmg which at, ship personnel and administration; jj the preser.1 time is our biggest bar the military conrunandant is in. "Brchronic: Tuberculosis in ac- to progress. j charge of adaimzstrataon and dif- cancer, goiter, diabetes, cipline of all service personnel in pernicious ar.esnia. ar.d others. 1 transport, and has similar author- j This sec-mentation rate is help- flf PriPQC 3ty passengers. Because jn telling cifferer.ce fee-] Queen Mary is rsoir to do three iween orsanic and functional cis-j __________ Halifax runs with bndes the pres- i ease, in showing urocress of j DASIS CREATE PROSPERITY ent commandant ss a Canadian. Lt.' the thus if rate becomes (St. Thomas Times-Journal i W. E. Sutherland. son of logger patient is Addir.g together those named it is XIr. Hanseli: My suggestion is estimated that acres of land this, try jt and sec. I am not saving' have been, or wjll brought into cu5- i that, he should go to the Bank of! tivation and that 5.000 000 families Canada and say. "Mr. Banker, sive j be supported uithin those artas.' us a bailor; I am I j it. ;s found of these him to go there for a few paltrv mzi- a thai" some industrialist from the are leaving outside vill come alona Sng content to merely sit 20 Years Ago From the Files ot The Lethbridgi Herald. i Rve harvcst.r.g has on the Ed- job for us. We need some leader ed from among our own business men and farmers. We need a cam- paign to wakea Lethbndge up to the opportunities at our door. Other- we may be wondering in a few years why so many people came to Lethbridge and built homes for u-e cannot and jobs. take years -for them to do so. The little more than that last to see children from the local school? plan, for example, will j Mr. Hansell: Why, is pll- On a playfest. Mere than a 10.000.000 kilowatt hours just cracken fetd. thousand children took part in the generate of electricity, and UD to now less An hon. ir.epnber: Some chicken. event, under :he direction of George than haif that amount is able. In all these areas new roacs are being built, villages, towns and cities are springing up. E-.frything being new, city dwellers are keen to settle jn the new lands because Mr. Mitchell: Mr. Social Credit, feed. I expect my con- gregations in the churches where I McKillop. A. J. Prinyer. a Lethbridge North- preacri to come forward a lit- em farmer, had a miraculous es- tle more than chicken teed. Let cape when he fell over a 300-foot him try this; let him ask for i bank, suffering only a severe thev "nave oi! and electric heating. 000.000. Surely that is only a drop j shake-up, an injured arm and a and all the advantages that modern I in the bucket. I wound at the base of his skull. NEXT WINTER'S FUEL SUPPLY depends upon your action today. Coal must be kept moving from the mines to household bins in order to employ skilled Western Canadian miners through the summer, One sure way to do this is to place your order today and accept delivery as soon as your coal dealer is able to make it. It's up to you and your neighbours to get behind this effort for the common good of all. The present situation is critical, and mines must be kept operating, but it can be solved if everyone takes action now. Order your coal at once and assure yourself of comfort next winter. DEPARTMENT OF RECONSTRUCTION SUPPLY HON. C. D. HOWE, MINISTER .NFW SPA PERI ;