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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAG! FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1946 HKHAIXt CO. LTD. Publishers J23 Sixtil St. S. ijettsimtJge. W. A. BUCHANAN president Massing JOHN TORRANCE Business H. O. LONG Editor. The New Tyranny B. J. DEACHMAX fragments which remain "The Keif a aublishec Se lo its Jene 3rc issue tto PICKED UP IN PASSING preach. Is plsceti on tne LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Kront C. R. MA'iTHEWS Secretary. Meaber of orers have left ever there is the likelihood that as vears pass and skies drone with planes farm families. larai or pipi- asd j hen may forms of education." Mr. W. J.' Brown, Independent for Rug- by, became a schoolmaster yester- day in Friends' House, Euslon-road, x.w. His pupils were 700 secondary school and girls at a confer- ence arranged by the Hansard J "Hoar Parliament this, he __________: The leader of the winning party, bxxsring the capabi- lities and experience of his principal supporters, decides ii'ho is best fit- ted for which ministerial post and it. riKSTC READING: "When bill makes its first appearance in par- liament it is said to have its first no one reads it at that siage at alL PRAYISS: When the house sits at pjn- the first thing that happens is that the chaplain looks round at the members and then nrsys for the country. "that if the hooter sounded when vou had your pick in the air jcu would leave it there." -If it got as near to the M replied the man, "I wouldn't trouble to lift it up." MESICIULEN AND MASTOIDS (United Kingdom Information) "Hie successful use of penicillin br j the United Kingdom doctors in the ORDER: Unliie the robust old oeauiiMt of that Mr- ermKect. long ex- appoints them. For instance, knowing Chuter Ede bad had a perience of education, he'd "Don't let's send him of education: let's home office." Csir. Chuter Ede, who was there, excellent little book, about the de- sirability or the party system gov- I wrote it myself. Mr. Brown, nos- 51. Sir eliminating a difficult, and danger- ous operation which was formerly the only remedy. Penicillin is given for mastoid in nomial injection into tte bloodstream. Recently a The hooter had for din- formerly lasted from six to nine oreman noticed how months. an infectioaof mea. a notorious- the bone besmu tae ear wnicn con- lit down his pick. tains many cells. The bone is very said sarcastically, close to ihe brain. hcld- PhihD! said! K> my cmrv.ons. i white i s-fiilea kit- occupied j After declaring: "I whatever success I have had in life stubborn resistance to sll1 You might think il was written to make certain thai one could holidays. 7-" to in- j throash which we have beer to go don': overlook tne Aloerta -fSe K-ri nirk its jiiUs, Canada's moss beautiful coun- try. favorites. the best 91 everything "Government nr.e 2TOUD because i: a strong, -.-e j js no magic cure-all one group oeca-j Old Country Bv JOHN DAUFHTXE3. Canadian Press Staff Writer come to Encouraging Weather June rainfall figures to date are distinctly encouraging. "With four inches of rain at Lethbridge in the first 23 days of the month, tne June precipitation average has been exceeded by more than an inch, and the crop outlook now is distinctly hopefuL "With average rains for the remainder of the 100 days it iaies to make a. crop in country we should harvest; good yields This falL Fortunately Southeastern. Alberta has shared in ths June rains, verse that goes: an inch or more the past weekend. "Suddenly There large grain serfage Jn ;3se Southeast, an average oc "ana" i permission j Lean of Toronto in jail. M. M. Bruker of Montreal is ihe Canadian He term a; the! Rest less sleepers quently suffer the sensation of The oraclessay these dream-drops have these meanings: INTO AN ABYSS FROM A BRIDGE OFF A LADDER Gar i: i Bik SAFETY TREAD BLOCKS For Ions and safe steps. Illness Losses Injuries VENTILATED TREAD 7cr cool and running longer wage demand which had to be set- tied, in the interests of one group, Prices and Trace Board! __jjj here that a as a whole. This is the negation of i market ia used cars extend- reasoa. the acceptance of defeat. It I te from Saskatchewan to north- i solves the problem by running awav Ontario had been uncov- I from It. Rates which the workers a' a result of a search for a i "deem satisfactory" cannot be i" stolen in Saskatchewan. i j-KTOte'for the Sunday Graphic better crop there would add greatly to our total production. Following three Jess normal crops, good- yield in the Southeast would be a. boon this year. Rainy years are often years. Ajreadr lasSL reports are neing heard. Reports of the destruction fie mostly exaggerated. Hail usual- ly does relatively damage in June or early July because the ac- companying rain off5ets the hail damage. But it is a good year for the farmer to see About hail In- surance. Our Sren queues are rather fun. What is this queer yellow light? Goodness, it's the The sua is a distinct improvement Xondon a gaver tone. But Sir Alan has a more optimistic out- look than most. Those Queues ne strength, nor bus in the inter- ests of the nation as a whole. That is the essence of democracy, its driving force, its soul, its spirit, its power. If we run away from it in moments of fear we must return as our couraee rises. If we fail to recognize these facts the lights will go out. They are Sr silen m Saskatchewan. business is makins greater! industrial hygiene and find- economical to see that em- ov ana Pamey of health: .__._ Administrative its" at the Ber- j nor lin of Science have re- I dismissal, because j mentioned, must have been queues; can we keep them burning? for holiday trains or perhaps ad-j mission to lords' for the England- j m EOW, since the war ended. There is as much grumbling as ever in the lineups for food and cigarets, which still short; and pubs shut down because of sharp beer cuts do not cause particular jov- to the thirsty working man- Tine prospective coal shortage next vear. shortages of gasoime for ences among the Big in their efforts to reach a decision in the European psace treaties and the failure to reach a settlement of csived nodce o_ sufficient funds for the institution] are no longer available, the Coolers i radio said. A- Silverthom's lost, i Janes- Sheriff E. and found department m TSis., lists an 18-foot motor- t THAT BODY OURS (JAMES W. BARTON, MJX) CANCER CONTROL IS AT HAM) .____ There are a number of diseases j in some of which the cause is known i boat, an airplane and a cow. The j boat and airplane were founo. in! farmers' fields recently, anc _ tae i cow was munching grass on a iront lawn in Janesvilte- Sounds like a hard life, doesn't it? It always is, for people who don't sleep soundly: This may be the re- sult of over-stimulation of the uer> TOUS svstem, caused by the caffein in tea and coffee. Drink Postum I It's llie beverage with a foil- bodied flavor all its own! tains nothing that can harm the youngest child. You make it right in the cup. with boiling water or hot milk. less than a ceiii a cup. Enjoy- able at any hour! The beverage for the ichole family! Postum to CORD protection from blowoufs. SUPPLY j. A. JARDINF: 402 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH LETHBREDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 3580 Tractor and Farm Implement Tires a specialty Complete Tire Service The By Capt. J. Harper Prowse, in others the cause is not j known vet all these diseases are i considered "under control." Thus j cases of diabetes, pernicious anemia j ar.d epaepsy still are plentiful, out reduction" in exDendimres: anyone will sar they are going up. On the other It Is so easy to scold and find "fault that it is pleasing at times "to find cause for praise. And the people of Lethbridge have such a cause in their streets and in the program which started during the and is being continued to hard- going and surface them. is doing a fine job of getting out of the mua and dust. If you doubt that ask any old timer who remembers SouBd Street before it was pared ia 1912. The program being carried out by the city's department of public works is designed to hard-surface every street in the city within the next few years. Our broad, paved streets are among fin- est attractions. "We are glad to see the entrance the city froni the south being ccs, 0, CUSL u as a most welcome surprise to learn there reconversion isi is Peace will come to trie worlc.. today, only when we have a" world government j courts, and world ar-1 i of'tjolice forces, at its com- j to" enforce the world law. Perhacs they are right. But none; of us "now living wul see tne cay, when we have a federation of wpna j s states freelv ana happily jornea m i that researcn workers on cancer be- j cemocratic world government. that we are at, or near, the j -pjjeje 55 something about the maTiiuiQe of such a which is bound to catch the imagination! of the idealist and. dreamer. There j is soothing noble about tms con- hand. j ceDtiOI1 which appears as a ray 01 the Canadian fc snjniag through the darkness illation, ths tive that An editorial is so at hand. British econom; government's expectations. Views of the Press ness any cj----------- under control. i waT out of tne morass Oi cope- The records of the Metropolitan lecs'uess'and failure in which we are Life Insurance Company show that j in cancer deaths has been most marked among females.' CO5EIOX SENSE (Regina Leader-Posi'i i een mos the death rate having declined from D0.4 per 100.000 in 1934 to 803 in 1944, decrease of 11 per cent. TOT orer 2 vears before 1934 to 1944 A few weeks ago sharp differ- i cancer deatns snowea no cecreases, ences arose among Canadian agri- j if anything an increase cuinmil the advis- The editonal gives cremt for this abilitv of increased wheat acreage I decrease in cancer deaths pnncipal- ia 1946 This was brought on by Iv to the "organized' movement to the sucden revelaUon tnat Europe is a much-needed im- Our only hope is that to paved. It prorement. the city will be able to prevail- on Edmonton to carry on the hard- surfacing to the airport. There's a S2.000.000 utility there which Lethbridge must foster because avia- tion will be the big development of the future. Still Want Tariff gced tion. At that time Agriculture control cancer, just as other organ- izations have worked and are still or. control tuberculosis, heart disease, arthritis, hard of hear- l-iUi-1- wiou j Minister James G. Gardiner took a ing, eye conservation, mfanoie stard against an acreage increase, i paralysis and others. holding that it would not guar- The organizations to control can- antee an increase in the food sup- cer "educate the people, especially But as no doubt Mr. Gardiner j -wonien, to seek diagnosis and fulfv expected, the wheat produc- mcnt at the earliest possible mom- ers Vent ahead and increased their todav. Theoretically it is perfect. Logically it is the only answer. Perhaps the unborn cmi- dren of future generations will i-ave i the murage and the ability to bring it about. But to us who live today it must always be a misty. Distant green pasture towards which we will strive in vain._ It is so easy to cream of tne and admire the 'UTE'S MOMIWTS 25 LAUNDRIES 25 BULOVA i7- jew.i WRIST WATCHES IN CASH tant paradise, pleasant to dream of realities than to clean these the weeds anywav. The Canadian ent. An instance is quoted of a can- way of making up the average delav between the first j the nations of the world. mind about these things.! svmptoins and the visit to the yet each passing jear_Eeems, jo Tfaars a good urne to reach for the acreage farmer his own mind He will listen to official advice but physician was reduced from six will only follow it when he j mcnths in the period 1927 to 1935, agrees "slth it. to 3.3 months in 1943." In parliament last week, discuss- Other influences ing crop prospects, Mr. Gardiner cnr.cer contr again stressed the weakr.ess of the1 number or jp conclusion that an acreage increase from cniiabirtn. out of our own backyara. The nroblems which face Canada today are little things compared with the problems which face tne world. The differences end mis- understandings betvrei Canada and western C but microscopic cracks compareo. JSer'cUmc in Massachusetts in which with the crevasses which separate first the world. At tae moment you slip that slender band of gold on Her finger, your mind is filled with such things as orange blossoms, bells and train reserva- tions. Later, when the hubbub and excitement more or less die down, yon may pull up with a mental start and ask yourself: "WHAT west in Canada. If we cannot here riifft- and get some friendly ajvice from the North American r of the moufh 'better care of the j own problems, then what hope have de- the editorial is the 000 and employs people. It nas tariff protection today of per cent ad valorem and a British preferential rate of 15 per cent. Up to 1S33 the domestic linoleum indusay enjoyed from 91 up to 95 per cent of tea Canadian market. liaoieum industry probably pro- duces of products in a one-quarter of the value of the wheat produced in the Lethbridge railway division in the southwestern comer of Alberta. Just what help a. linoleum tariff would be in helping Canada sell her COOXXK) bushels of wheat exports iS will be very difficult for farm families in the Dominion to see, Trade must be both Lino- leum and other tariS-protected in- terests do not appear at all anx- ious or willing to learn that hard fact. Mr. Gardiner mentioned mane! been macs increas on screagi creased more than the last tliree v not had as much the vears during which :t increaseo acreage as it had in the preceding year of lower acreage. numbers in- j Canada, of physicians j and you how to create a substantial and immediate estate 20 assured income for your First Lady for life. Yon'11 always be glad you called in the North American Life repre- If we be- sentative. He'll outline a practical v. Plan that will fit your needs and then we had best start to r J own house in order now. jour income. Mr. Gardiner the clearly established truth that j the nrere planting of more acres of wheat serves as r.o guarantee of 20 Years Ago From the Flics of The Lethbridge Herald, enlarged yield: The real j about lhls ir.g factor, is. of couree. tr.e wea- o{ Lethbridge Pages, 70: circulation. can start oil the community., Then the district, then the pro- and then the When -we have completed tass, then we will have the right, and perhaps we -ail', have the recessarv to solve the world's prob- lems. Charity isn't the omy tmr-g NORTH AMERICAN LIFE ther. With favorable moisture con- ditions vou can gft a bigger crop off a smaller acrefge than you czr> getroir. a larger acresge in a dry remarks make! and hU lltts- Mr. Gardiner's good common tration was apt. Pages, (O: circuiauoii. ii.jiu. ?2 weight of paper, six tons; length of ngV paper. 74 miles. It marks 20 years _ mak- a rmak culture minister, dovn-to-tht-earth who and i- is -usually eminently _____ practical in his approach to such matters. This is because the min- The 33rd week of the Alberta "Egg Laying Competition finds F. ister is in the farming business Lote of Hillcrest, well-known himself and he. therefore, has the Barred Rock fancier, still leading. outlook and the reasoning of the i His pen has an aggregate mark of eggs lor the 33 weeks. outlook and the reasoning farmer. Lawrence C. Hull, in a letter m the New York Herald Tri- bune: It is wonderful to live in a coun- try where, over the radio, Andrei Gromyko. of Russia, has just been allowed eleven minutes over the scheduled time to say whatever he pleased. Perhaps the world will re- alize what we Americans mean by freedom of speech. IT'S EASY! JUST FINISH THIS SENTENCE: like EDWARDS COFFEE (Complete liii leitlna ia 2! er less) YOTJ MAY "NSTTX! Think of winning a wonderful, de luxe BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY. delivered inunediately. Think of carefree hours while your beautiful Beadix does your washing auto- matically. Or, you may win i glamorous 17-Jewel BULOVA wrist watch a masterpiece of fine watchmaking! in worthwhile cash awards, too! 240 prizes in alii Share in the fun...yon have as good x chance to win as anyone. Go to your Safeway Store today, get a pound of Edwards Coffee acd enter this easy contest. And enter often! The more you enter, the greater chance to win! i HINTS TO HELP YOU WIN 'Words come easy you think how much pleasure and economy you get from extra-rich Edwards Coffee. For instance you might want to say ''Extra richness means more flavor lift per cup and more good cups per pound." Or, "This excep- tionally rich blend gives you full flavored, p. bracing coffee every time." You re sure to think of something. Follow the easy rules and send your entry in. 240 PRIZES IN ALL! WHY WE OFFER THESE BIG PRIZES Because we want you to try Edwards Because we believe, you've discovered its extra richness, youll enjoy MORE FLAVOR PERCU? ___MORE GOOD CUPS PER POUND. Try it! Edwards Coffee is featured at el! Safeway Stores. in Returns J. F. Forman, C. M. Peterson Representatives, Lethbridge Branch Renfrew Caljary J. E. McTJroy, C.L.TJ, manager. EASY RULES! ENTER OFTEN! COMPLETE THIS SENTENCE in 25 oddirtonol words or less: I UVe Edwcrds Coffee because Print the sentence, end your own name end addna, on contest entry blanker ony piece of poper. 2. SEND IN AS MANY ENTRIES AS YOU IIKE. With each entry, endose lest inch of the seolmg strip frora fte Edworcis Cofiee tin. Or a reasonable os label. Edwcrds Coffee is lectured ot Safeway Stores, limited. 3. MAIL YOUR ENTRY to Edwords Contest, Bon 976, Vancouver, 8. C, Canada. 4. CONTEST CLOSES Joly 21, Entries irent be postmarked before midnight of that dote, end received before August 10, 1946. jfw Wilt BE JUDGED by independent judges on basis of originality end sincerity. Judges' decisions are Duplicate prizes in ef ties. Ail entries end ideas contained therein be- come property of the Edwards Coffee people. No entries returned or ccfawwledsed. Winner wifl be notified by ma3. Ust of winners available on request. 4. ANYONE MAY EKTIR except employees of Edwards Coffee, the stores where Edwards Cof- fee is soid, their advertising agencies, and their 'actilies. Contest restricted to Continental United States and Canada and subject to all U, S. Federal end State, and Canadian government regulations. USE THIS HANDY ENTRY BLANK ot mi Of Edwcrds Coffee Contest, Box 576, Vancouver, 5. C, Canada. l like Edwards Coffee tcyrtis er Inti MY NAME IS- MY ADDRESS IS- CITY- PROVINCE- one name allovtd on each entry blank. Extra blanks fret at jour Safeifay Stare or use any piece 6f EDUIRRDS COFFEE... featured at SAFEWAY STORES, LIMITED KWSPAPERl EWSPAPERl ;