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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE rotm THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1946 CO, LTD. 32J Sixth St. a, ijrtfcbridge. W. A. BUCHANAN Business Manager. H. O LONG Southeastern Farmer Trustee PICKED UP London Letter Protests Cut In School Grants uhole.' IN PASSING nails, vicarages and church nn Mine eland 4VLa. mndellirur the remaining 17 ___ _ ___ but re- 1 modern requirements l modelling the remaining 173 to meet I cost By STUART tJNDEHHTLL (Canadian Press Star! Writer.) to rebuild bat- tered London, gradually takisg form have been extended to her j ustorsc churches, many of which i bear -nth blackened walls and shattered steeples to the fact ithat enemy bombs fell here wiia impartiality of raia. Among the first to advance a comprehensne reconstruction igrsui is the Church of England. which is simultaneously seizing the C. B. MA-iTEEWS Seeretsiy. areas where heavy growth of popu- (Authorized as Secoad v pis OSice TJeparuneat, "The Herald Series The- SavUJgs Stamp which thousands were contributed to been pat to a nne use tourists, K "el? some of our dollars back- The Windsor Disaster BODY YOURS- OE.V .---i -tu-nber bute somewhere from 2o cr o a 12 the north zone, while we sre sunject there "-as r. the extremes low i the ha asees E103. States. The took did much, p day everuES rence. _ cane which levelled parts 01 the or: July i. 1912. Fortunately the s-.cnn did not hit, either W-ndsor or Detroit; with fall force or tie loss have been staggering- The disaster calls the ration, Windsor in 1S49. hsd only some 300 aad Sandwich had about 500- April 15, 1549 5re strock as liitie village in the early morning- Then, as now, Detroit came to Wind- sor's sssistarsce, the Detroit Sre de- partmeus saving- most oi the village would otherwise have iseen wiped ou- The Bed Cross went to wort im- mediately in this Wincsor disaster, proof that shat organiza- tion, which did such, a lanon is expected in the nest years. The new churrtips are being al- located on the basis o: one for ever> area of oopulation. In many cases new pansiies are being creai- PC. finance its big program the church will have a grans, from the damage commission lor borno i-enairs and "the proceeds from the of downtown church properties which it decides to abandon. But i; will seek an additional from the public. Not onlv churches, but parish 25 KNDKD.U..HOME LAUNDRIES 25 WRIST WATCHES IN CASH ucn l be ths Ion? term results of our i HERE I AM IN A NEW CONTAINER. job in ilie war, is always ready Jar such, emergencies, and furnishing a. reason why we siiould contribute the money necessary to keep zesay meet seen calls. it Taxes and Rates Lethbridge struci tax rate for 1S46 a few days ago. AS 39 SliBs it is higher than a year ago. But i; is still one of the low- 'est tax rates in Canada. We cote thas nany of the long-established torrss asd cities in Ontario iidTe tax rates running to 40 Tntru and ap: mostly tip. At 33 mills, 19 for ci purposes ami 20 for edacauon, -sr should be ante to continue our tax- paying promptness in the pass years, has protided the money to clear oS most of our bonded deot. But tax rates and actual tases in dollars ars fsu different things. as it happens, has a or cirrv rascals. I am informed on good authority 3. man should know, that the decision of the executive coun- cil to enforce this cut in schco! grants to the southern divisions and the commonwealth, in general. k little time will elapse before this will tx> finished as my family anc I must eat and at the end of a hard cay one's mind acts slowly but Whitla, Alta. LEFT HAND CORNER (Contlnned from Front Page.) C. Manning- is chief. Surely the premier knows that both persons! and nronerty rights are bound up in education. These things I mention are only secure if people are taught to resiJect; them. "Education is a steadying influence asaicst adverse economic conditions which we all must face la a short while. An 1H- clothed. ill-fed worried population _______________ Si I simplified, their leaders m blind fury, if you do not believe tfcs just stop and consider world history for the past 25 or 30 years. This is a downhill stop on the nan of the province and a serious one. too. They are trying to pass the buck to the fail- ure of the Dommion-provmcial re- lations conference. IT, is a poor per- son indeed who cannot find an ex- cuse for nos5 anything. There Is one thing I am thankful for and that is our free press. When we feel that, we are being misled, misguided. Trustee S.D. :S'o. 3, Foremost. vsry law assessment, taMng present realty prices into account. Leth- "oridge, hit by croughi; in 1914 and the war following, dropped its one- tune assessment of down to and today we are soli under At present, real estate prices our property is worth least state our case at the bar of public opinion. This criticism of the school policy of the province is cot going to stop with this one letter. I might state that "L have helned administer the affairs of our school division now for almost eight years and 1 should know something. Good constructive criti- cism never has yet hurt anything or anvbody and there is plenty of room for that today. There are not many people who are in a position Tney can EOW wonderfui literature with new'faith in its authenticity and in irs reasonable correctness." Sir Charles did not claim to at a religious man. although he un- was. but a scientist and student of the Bible, who had the means and the leisure to set fortn to prore that the story of Chris- tianity was true. A FRIEND XX NEED (Saint John Telegraph-Journal) Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Elward can af and 11 children-were ageepm to be cnacai o public servants the schools. dare no- if The they wish to keep their jobs, they know what is wrong and the most of them are mute. The ordinary citi- zen Is facts so he must----- only ones who are cuaiinea 10 speak sre "our divisional trustees and even thev will not in some ive" daughters and an infant son. and 'caving the Swards homeless ana without possessions. They had no Dr. Tumbuli differens test substances in his cases. o iraponant points axe stress- ed (a) the patient jnusr co-operate fully and follo-w insEracrions and diets, and