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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1946 HBRALD CO. LTD. and Publishers V3 Siztb Si. W. JL BCCHAKAN and MaTiaymy DiltCtOT. JOHN TORRASCE Business H. G. LOSG Editor. C. JR. MATTHEWS Secretary. AUdtt Member Bcmu A SIMPLE CREED we ever considered what a simple creed Christianity is? I- is condensed in ivio words. "Follow Me.- These the worcs or Him who gaie Christianity to the world. The life of Christ as detailed is the Gospels gives a goal to what should be ;he endeavor of those who call themselves Christians. Without this endeaior Christianity is a meaningless thing, and the mission of Chris: a faiitire thrown the failure of these who cai: themselves by His same to recognize the potency of that mission. Chris; was not merely the giver of Christianity to the world. He the esempUne- of Christianity, it ivas not in ar.y egoistic spirit that Chnst proclaimed Himself, -The way. the truth and the life." for He was aieek and For Himself He gained nothing, for He life on earth sgony of the cross. He left, however, a great inspiration, a new concept of God and if it cretiiled" generally, would be a mighty instrument in curing the world of the troubled state in which we see -Follow lie" is the trumpet caU of Christianity, the note of hew we should order cur lives so as to bring that peace i price adjustments are parti} because cf situations which have arisen 12 the United States, partlv because of changed situations here." I do believe that cautious adjustments of price levels by the 1 government, combined with cirec- __. -..-v tjEATjER !tioa to a-d subsidies j.m. j wjjere necessarv to maintain price Six hundred Germas orphans be- J S tweeu the ages or four ana 50 j But it will only PICKED UP IN PASSING I from the north Rhine region will to Ireland early in July for a I holiday. i Next annual meeting of the Ca-' jnadiati Order of Foresters will be j held at Sdnionton. at a elate to be' Sxed later, it was announced before the of this -Jar's meeting 12; Q'-ieoec. THAT BODY OF YOURS (JAMES W. BARTON. ItDJ AND TREATMENT A physician's wife went into a part and the lie! will blow off with a blast that uill make the atomic bomb seem like a child's firecracker. on aavbotiy's! drug store and made snoall pur- chase. Asked by the druggist if there was anything else she wanted she told the clerk she was a physi- cian's wife and used few drugs. "I know two drugs used in TOUT home." replied the clerk, "baking soda and esxsom salts." and he was right be-, cause both these drugs have Views of the Press OSCILLATING TKITMAX (Minneapolis Star Journal.) Tbe political pendulum in Wash- ington has seldom sitting back and forth so crazily. Ten dajs ago, President Truman was being ac- cused of weakness. Two days later he was a hero. Within hours after that he was being accused of and Aj day or two later the complaint was that he had paid TOO high a price to end the coal strike. By the end to be of where we were he took off hisi hat, remarking that that was the! custom where he came from, indi- rectlj- suggesting that we co the i same in respect to our flag, which courtesy demanded that we should, j It struck us most forcibly that; after all the flaz ol any nation really should mean something in the heart ol every loyal citizen. If the Case Truman ictoes tne case Second Class OfSce Department, -The Herald Serves the i taking soda is speeches at. the CANADA'S j As the two veterans faced each' an nour or two after eating: sme- could arrest -wo of sixj established. Then, and cnly then, will "the beautiful upon the feet of Etai that bnngeth good tidinss. that pub- lisheth peace" become a realty scd not zcereiy a mirage. Then m truth sha" we be able 10 say, -It is good for us to be here." employees i dismissal. ignored orders other, one paying a tnbute and the t-mes patients are awakened other nodding in appreciation, they i night by the ojstress. visibly moved. The senator It would almost seem that if an It appears evident that Ksance Minister is plsnnms a consid- -rabie cat in income taxes in his Budget nest week. Which no harm to his popiilsnty. The Japanese Deportations The following statement on the; grounds for deporting at, leas; a Japanese deportations was handed; large number of those who are in- to the Herald by W. Huckvale.: eluded in the deportation order. chairman of the executive he tee of the Leihbncge Consultative is a fac A countrv-wide drive to round j patients were Jewish as compared jr j were united. These were the funda- -t a ftf which' amounts ;o teoortation. is i sices, whether or not the __ he United being earned out. large creci. has received re i from Russia. chairman of the gathering Veterans Minister Mackenzie who less anv proof of the charge, is to So 'one of goods plagues i ceed with the siezsure. Thar the government is obviOiisly there is always dollar value will drop through in- flation. That is why i: is so neces- thK a wage-price level which determin- ed. upon grounds cf its own. to carry oai. and has therefore made itself blind and aaaf to every arga- mens escent that of the letter of the law. It is D3t the Srst time fair to aii "hcuid be struck the prestige of the law has been -used to lend a semblance of justification to proceedings which soon as possible. cestroy'sll possibility of justice. Un- less abd until is had been both claimed and Droved that each Jap- anese Canadian included in the or- der for deponation had committed a treasonable oSence, the govern- ment had no shadow of a right to confront any resice-t Canadian Japanese with the necessity of Redistribution The of ihe new reois- tior- measure setting the House membership s.i 255 instead of 245, and the total population of tae Dominion on the decennial cen- sat as the base rather than the population of Quebec as has been 'the case since 1S6T, has been ap- proved by the House of Commons. The ConservatiTs effort to force the proposal back to tha provinces lor their OS. before adoption was roundly defeated, as n should have been. It smacked of the Drew- Duplessis opposition to the tax pro- posal! at the Domiiuoa-Provincial conference. It savored of the sug- that the pars- is greater than the whole. Its adoption in instance would save that the the people of have stymied any progressive measure suggested by Ottawa. this talk from provincial capi- tals of fear of centralization does .not coEEOte well with the fact that in the Tecent war crisis we all look- ed to Ottawa for action because there uras nowhere else to look. Canada must have a strong central government if we are to be a na.- Hoa of people with a national oat- look rather than a lot of parish- ioners gathered around pro- vincial capitals. redistribution plan may not be the best in the world, but it is a -step in the right direction, a step towards greater Canadian unity. on everv other ground stand con-1 choosing whether he would go to ed.' the ceoorta- I Japan or remain in Canada. secondlv. it has been urged that the ceporta tion has already begun and" it is j be sent to Windsor, great succession of prime ministers weekend to help prevent looting in siuce Confederation and pointing to the tornado-damaged area, Attor- ney-Genera! Blackwell of Ontario announced. the guest of honor, added: "But he is King." John Bracken, Progressive Con- servaave leader, jocularly said he the ulcer was active the ulcer he' was re- cent of the fiK control group heartburn who. as a emotiouaL 73 per cent surprise many more emo- _____ _ _ unset and wor- ried, than are men. As a matter of fact it is likely because men must "ho'd In" any expression of emo- tion that has" some effect in caus- ir.z heartburn and other digestive disturbances which are much more common in men than in women- Immediate causes of heartburn arc: eating too fast or too much: certain foods such as cucumbers, coffee, chocolate, totnatces. radishes, cabbaees: HATS OFF (Macleod GaseUe) There was a parade passing along the broad thoroughfare between the Union station and the Royal York hotel. In the procession was an imposing United States Ma- rine band, along with bands of our Canadian forces, and it was head- ed by large Stars and Stripes and Union Jacks. A gentleman from Texas whom we had met during our travels was standing on the curb and as the flags came abreast CFCN 5 to CALGARY Dr, A. R. Morton. Hali-ax health. it-anted to add his word of tribute i some druss such as aspirin, alcohol ViUii tfZXttimi, J.L- iiCUS ___ alreadv too late "to prevent the per- demrtation necessary be- the next school term in Septemoer. j this pernaps some of the leaders r _ I I Detrstion of a gross injustice on a scandalously wiae scale. It is not too late, however, to carrv on to its conclusion the arousing of public conscience to awareness that an injustice has been committed: that it 35 monstrous both in scope and degree: and that it has been com- mitted in the name of the people of Canada. And surely i; is not too late, either, to prevent similar dishonor to Canada and to human- ity in the future. To that intent, here are the facts that should have determined the government's decision, and which must determine that of the present would be a little nearer at- Rev. James Skeae. prominent. tainment of those aspirations resbvtena" minister who ceiebrat- i "which many of us have." ._ i Solon Low, Social Credit leader. a trate, i _ victims have shown they it allow themselves to be. or! of being assimilated Presbyterian---------- _ if aeoDle. But. ed his S3rd birthday June 6. oiea _ i. i. orjiy IWO weeks ago! cescnbea a croncho busting contest had participated in sessions of and wiles and peskmess of a general assembly of Church in must, if justice is to upheld, be applied exclusively Japanese as may m the future seek Shortages of materials resulting and the wiles snd steed. Some of the spectators for- got. the horseman in commenting on the antics of the broncho but he WJiat They Say them m the first place ws have To begin with, the whole basis of the government's stand was im- moral because it was exclusively legaL If the issues at stake are to be seen clearly and without con- fusion. the facts" must be lifted out of their legal context and placed where thev belong, in the context of the orinciples of ethics. In an ethical context it becomes quite clear that there can be no real justification for deporting any- one. whether or not he is a Cana- The Week In the :_M.a.w vi. Canada if Canada is to land ourselves to aoiomg o_. dian citizen. it can be dem- onstrated that hr has committed an action which threatens the wel- fare of the government and people of Canada, Our nrime minister ad- mitted there had never been sucn LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from rtont Page.> routes being opened in Turkey's two newly organized op- parties said that they W. L Clark, in Windsor SUr: Out of every earned by the Canadian National Railways: S73 comes from freight. comes from passengers. SS 60 comes from other revenue. comes from mail and ex- has always been the big revenue producer. And. railway men ________ _________alvravs look for the long haul, which had also made a hell of" a good ride.' gives" them the big money. finally heard one man remind those "hell of a found the and it with pur bargain cafticipate in the July 21 with. it. Tor the i election, thus assuring the our election battle for control of our acceptance. And if now, we j are not satisfied we must pus up alternative is to minister to selfish convenience by treating other government in the 23-year his- people with ruthless injustice, by j tory of the republic. Total value of all certified and registered seed produced in British Columbia was nearly the British Columbia branch reported at the 42nd annual convention of the Canadian Seed Growers' Asso- ciation at Winnipeg. Paying special thanks to taeir j treating men as tilings. It is to go back on a covenant, of our own initiating and to treat men as mere convenience to be used by us so long as they serve our purpose, and to be discarded like worn out shoes whenever we deem theni of no fur- ther use. If sort of treatment prevails unchallenged, it means that the Nazis have, won, because they the scene in a Rolls-Royce car. Only once during their movements inside Hever Castle did any of them speak, and that was when their apparent leader threatened to knife the nieht watchman. Scotland Yard is pursuing its investigations stj in unusual quarters. STOCKINGS ALOFT (Maclean's Magazine) Thev were just a pair of carefree lads, flying a kite, with a fine long tail, from a vacant lot in Toronto. Passers-by gazed coldly at the wo- man, obviously their mother, who descended on them with cuffs and n 'r-L jTffLf W-ti, I "O T. I are too subtle for our childish Sun God for protection m combat. go voung Crow Indians, most j them, veterans of the Second Grea; "War. started a three-day without food or sunrise Briday at Crow Agency, Moat. j A five-year program to paint I 000 farm "units, public buildings and j government housing projects in; Saskatchewan is under way with a j three-man soravxng crew working; at Weybura. A second crew is ex- j pected" to go on the road this sum-: shrill cries. "Get that tiling down." she sauealed. "Haul it down -this min- ute! i of his own volition to lea Go somebody shouted to cointrv that treated him ti ____ -_. her. "Let "em have their i The_second conf erenca of the Big Four .toreign Ministers in prepaia- tioQ for the peace treaties in Eu- rope, now berng held in Paris, is not affording the world much en- couragement that the better world is immediately at hand. Pessimism, and Jockeying appear to .__ be the only to apply to the mother "slabbed a hand to- gathermg. and much as the world i ward the blue spnng skv. -That kite she waHed. "It's my The magistrate peered through, his spectacles at the scared litile man before him. Tou allege that your wife as- standards to combat. Thirdly, and it is third because it is an implication of the first two ethical facts, the government's treatment of these Canadians of Japanese origin can readily serve as a precedent whenever the gov- ernment cares to use it for similar treatment of Canadians of Finnish. Scandinavian, Dutch, Irish, Eng- lish, Scottish, or any of the other races from one of which et-ery Ca- nadian derives. From now on no one is safe; all that is needed is the modern Canadian equivalent of a "lettre de an order-in- council, and Canada can be emptied people whose presence con- a hindrance to the rapac- mer. Is1 or The Manitoba government puzzling over whether its own Saskatchewan labor legislation will I appK to about 2.300 workers em- ployed bv the Hudson Bay Mining' ious and predatory will of the rnin- snd Smelting Company as the Sas- omy irho hold the reins of power, j border town And if this is the future of" Can- j of Flin Hon. Hegulations of the ada, one can no longer wonder at 1 national labor code concerning a certain Japanese Canadian hours of work and holidays, read about. For on his return from by the federal government under service with the Canadian armed war emergency powers. lapse Jane, forces he found his property sold, j 30 and _the _ jurisdiction returns to (although he had been assured the government would hold it in trust for he found himself prevent- ed from re-establishing himself in his legitimate business; and lie chose leave the NOTICE In accordance with a resolution from the Veter- ans Welcome Home Committee The Mayor and City Council of Lethbridge re- quest all employers of the City of Lethbridge to give each employee one half day holiday from 12 o'clock Noon oh any one of the three days of the Victory Rally and Rodeo being held on July 4, 5 and 6, with preference given to veterans on Veterans' Day, July 4. It is our sincere hope that every employer will co-operate by granting this request. A. W. SHACKLEFORD, Mayor. .had hoped to hear that the same co-operation as existed, between Russia, Britain and U.S. daring the actual fighting would make its ap- pearance zi the councS table, the fear is general that this second con- ference will again prove abortive. T T The truth is that there seems to pe ao common ground for capital- ism on the one hand aad a fascist socialism on the other to get to- gether. There is a common hope, of course, that war can be averted. JBussia most certainly does not war. But Russia hopes to trade on her new-found power to hegemony over the eastern naif of Europe, the greater part of Asia, and to get a finger, if possible, on Africa. the provinces. The Road Ahead By Capt. J. HarperPrtnwe, MJLA. PRICE CONTROLS I cannot follow the reasoning of Every Young Husband tnus De- cause he felt he would be treated with greater fairness in Japan.----------------- Not onlv will we cease, to wonder j those people who have convinces, at that man, we will find ourselves I themselves, and are trying to con- j commending him. however unwill- vince _the government__of mgly. if. like him, we value the that gives to its worth. iiJ.C For we too will soon be driven to look for some other country where I that the removal of all price con- troJs is the key to the solution of saulted he said. us j T exactly what she did." "Well, sir, she hit me with an oak leaf." "But surely that didn't "You bet it did. It was an oak t leaf from the dining-room j HO3IE-rArSTER fNew York Herald The American Federation ol Labor Painters Union demanded at Detroit that a man who was paint- levels, but that this would not last for any appreciable period cf time -and that the price level would feel tnat tnese convictions, of j quickly adjust itself to the wage i n this Canada i iieved to be our home. to print this letter. 20 Years Ago Praia the Files of The Herald. cannery is planned for It is not Britain and TJ.E. which I eitgie- are seeking territory, n is Russia, union or hire a union painter and. I Magrath for the 1927 season. Territorial prizes include the an- when he refused, proceeded to picket negation of Lithuania, latvia, Es- the place. that, they claim. Personally I agree that it is just as simple as that when I use the -word sraipie I don't use it in the sense of mean- ing easy. The country is today _sitting right on top of a pent-up volcano. The public possesses more buying power i than at any time in this nation's j history. Because of prolonged j shortages of every type of consumer should answer these questions: Were the EXPENSES of start- die satisfaction of Mutual Life ingyottr home greater than you policyholders is furnished by expected? In most cases the the fact that-whole families and answer is "yes." Probably there succeeding generations have The man. Alfred J. McEnhill. 65. was painting the woodwork and, sashes of his four-room home, be- fore which two union pickets then took up positions. The customer was choosir.g a book at, liBrary. j pro.e as orders from prairie deal- ers begin to reach the operators. Bank clearings this week amount- ed to S418.9SI.60, as compared with icma, eastern Poland, BeKarabia, I BukovSna, II o I d a v i a, Carpatho- Ukraine, Garelo-f inland. East Prus- sia, Petsaaio. Tannu Tuva, sot'th- crn SaKialia, and the Kurile Islands. Hussia has added a terri- tory of square miles and a population of people. In addition _Russia has z strong hold on Manchuria snd apparentlv the intends to keep it. In view of this foreign policv of Russia to "extend frontiers." the tasfc at Paris is r.ot easy, and it is not at all surprising that we hea- of pesshnism and deadlocks. T -j- -The case of Spain Is still troubl- ing United Nations, and the other day Andrei Gromyko, Russian dele- gate, exercised the veto against a proposal to submit the problem to the assembly. Britain is anxious that the Spanish people work out tneir own problem. Russia wants intervention to force out and force is not the first tenet of the Amazon. Anew road" across the i A district display section will be j goods there is de- ine of the fair attracnoriS here. 1 mand for every tvpe of commodity j from pins to locomotives. Ftor van- movements on the local rail- ous reasons can't begin division are beginning to im- to satisfy that V.ATT- -mi-iAll Ic 1 of how much incentive is offered to j management and labor in the form j of the increased wages and profits j which would be permitted by in-1 prices. Under these circum- tonier. "But what's that to do with i _ _ j River O O .....O O j .--.-.-J JlfclUIl til t-flC iiiOdlr J A MONTH TO THREE HOURS j of us. This would continue until (Royal Bank Bulletin) J'd "ther the consumers -rent on a If from the branch of protest agains; prices, or have inflation over- j beyond the imasin- j ation of even the "most, pessimistic! the Royal Bank at Lima, capital of Peru, wishes 60D miles away and river port 2on. his only route something real, enduring, ever be- j gij Upper until a future, and that generosity does not L wither the moment that immediate trip i nenl is over. The Memorial Centre years ago was a month's trip j through tne Panama Canal, around j j.s a plan for upbuilding and pro- tne top of South America, and up gress; designed to invigorate and TnP Amft7An A TIAHf fhA t._j._ tae United Nations. Spam is the outward manifestation of the dif- lerences between the Western de- mocricies and communist Russia. Andes and through jungle to the it is planned in unselfishness, not river enabled the trip to be made j only for tne present but for the en- o-.erlano m a week By airplane the jovment of our successors of the journey takes three hours. 1 future. their money had "jeen spent- unbalanced come tumb- thunderstorm of panic, confusion and chaos. I'm not sure that it wouldn't end up in revolution. It would eertainlv be marked by riots and disorders of every kind. form of well be wiped cut as a result of it. There is no simple solution to this else it would have been applied before this. Certain I. is a mortgage and other debts. Given time, you can pay them! But they could be a burden to your wife, if something should happen to you. That is one reason why you should have ad- tquaie life insurance protection. Does it matter tvhicb COAf- PASYyou insure with? Yes! Life insurance companies are much alike as to policies and rates, but actual long-term results vary widely. Evidence of THf entrusted their life insurance prcgrisss exclusively to The Mutual Life, and each year approximately 35% of its new business cooies from policy- holders. Ask your Mutual Life representative to explain the special features of this Company. Low Cost Life Insurance Since 1869 IflMBOf HEAD OFFICE WATERLOO. ONTARIO Branch BuHdinsr, Lethbridge, Alberta Representatives: E. K. J. FOKSTER, C.L.U. H. W. HEALEY IV NEWMAMCET, ONTARIO A Residential School Boys EDUCATION FOR YOUR BOY Ac the present time no national task is mere important than that of educating the on-comicg generation to face f utuie responsibilities and to discharge iheo with confidence, and capacity. This school oners a complete educational program fer boys nice to nineteen years of age. Details regarding organization, methods, fees. etc. are avail- able on application to the Headmaster. AUTUMN TWM OPENS SEPTEMBER 12fti Stocks and Bond Prices Are Rarely Static Prices of Stocks and Bonds fluctuate -with the ebb and flow of an industry and the- progress or retrogression of Companies -with- in that industry. Short or long term prospects for Corporation Stocks aad Bonds should be a matter of concern to all holders. For this reason investors should periodically seek information regarding Companies in they are interested. Our Statistical Department -wiE supply this information upon request. JAMES RICHARDSON SONS ESTABLISHES IO7 McFARlAND BUILDING Phone 4335 liTHBRlDGE Fourteen off'css from Montreal to Victoria connected by direct private wires. BONDED CORD protection VENTILATED TREAD For cool running lengtr SAFETY TREAD BLOCKS For long and safe stops. TIRED OF TIRE TROUBLE? now for new Dominion RoyaU built to givo more safe miles. Beny Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Ltd. Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 4055 Complete Tire Service ;