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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE L_rrHBRIDQE LTD. and Ptibliifcers IBS Stith St. S-, W. A. BDCEASAN and Dirtctar. JOHX TORHASOE Manager. H. O lONG Editor. C. A Premier and a Reporter i PICKED UP ____. -wr i in both wars- Perhaps to know what it feels IL. their efforts didn't, actually affect the outcome of those ware. But their willingness to do what: was expected o: them tne gov- :t saw fit to declare war for the to walk mine-strewn and see men blown up be- side you. or walk through a barrage with shells scream-as in and burst- _cg around keep on walk- ___ing while fear tip your mouth holes sand you almost vxvi r-an'fc how __ envied the man on stretcher, or MATTHEWS Secretary. and the msvcr of Guelpn declare Cimidge's report was Wilfred PhUbert. ear-old -ass kiBea or- the l-iOO-foot 'bench c_ correct golc m-r; w hen his an exsarxati for to th when yosi've experienced things then there doesat be asy reason for adding _____ to your demand that the people who promised so much pay The Herold Serves on- e_se should olame a news- amau-its ur> from -argj a rrin- paperman for doing his honorable sole of'i fs a little Cip> at Ijenasn Bu- tho_gn cut the open a- cucts. ference is a inere ere a lot of quirks to iron out ye- A Nasty Threat ana to per are. neither a nor lutisn callics for tax" exemsiiDa oa anvcne e_se should olame news- amau-its up to S2 to_k and aLied pro- ringing cut into the it was a reiteration, .t csnuri-ncec facts pertaining to celiberatior-s -aide attention oy reason cf his posj- Of "a group to the oeoole The Naronal s IHJ-I in s :vpe of go-.errment Generally a newsuper's Scare is Ottawa orcerec" a tote for delicious Of arc conse-a-en --Tt-rJ-ns cf :ree rcents or acucas concernrc j public business, he takes a prop -_V-t jjjg fcj.g cf bravsc.0 one hears Ir. Mr. CarrJdse wss put- from under free speeca. ircm third party reformers -who' force us all be LEFT HAND CORNER (Ccntmued from Front Page.) and presumably transferred to .he ;ur_sciction cf s National Bsttlerielcs Paris immiss.oiL. Th_s has been in me -Wo Natural Resources Minister J 1_ ________________________.Phelps in Kelter. Sask.. Uiar nhoneric. which would Srart a amo'ns" other thincs. s-ach fallacies illusrrsieG the following a debtor klf_S Rersarkeo K. -r.e c. company of Wtarusee. died in hos-j Ar5 Win21PeS bebtor. the is-i. which Prescier C Pre-aier of SasSatcnewan. in- dulged in Monday ete-uns saj Eddress Mooss Jaw. besmed 10- the by-elecuon teadquartejs alreacy i three twin-engined aircraft. It is ar >cnte and far (.London Free _ f-r-7? -open to tne puoac. it anoina sui f-orther enhance the interest of TIL good on an Ac: i Cf the cistnc: officer con_tnsnd to m-u-e 5-va i o- cue u-.ictrr Iarm Tsees; a- iae -L is and by orHered 't_au__a co-v-r_5 shonJl nue taai, j _. vires ___; powers of -he railway grains, a woman who used food is oadly needed, _hey cannp: sHooser. of ilarkham. said: "Only Harking back to the cars when a of farmers have _ _ e s. iinnber of tramps rode the hired heio row, and at a nrre when TT A i J[ If couid gel away -cri: son cf thing one iti- porch eating a luncn'shs had grren. wages wor'-irg hours a day him. a factory? ..3 "I don't sutjpcse." she reraarssd.' Hoorer's remedy wo_.d be ?E- "that you know what good honest to'oav's-aHec. farm Iaoor'65 cents _ny inst-LQce. And JI work n- conic, do it so could ASera. and Ontario and Queoec erEty cthar ProtlnEe. Soon be no Canada tut a cS states each. with. s. center cacsed by a iatle Of cezse. Dcnigias was fol- well get Ewsy wtth it, way not Farm Income Tase Bepresertaaons have been made to the Ssiate committee InTestigat- the mcojne tax and to rlaance r-'jfipr- Hsley tha-t sorae consider- ".No lady. I fee said, ss hs finished earins and stood "What good is it TO TAKE THE KINKS OUT OF ENGLISH Tor' Sinplsr speihrg into actiou since be. OF YOUR CJAMES W. BAS.TON. M_DJ X-KAT AND TOtjR TEETH One of scmethhtg between. SoO anc nounced that they wculd jcln fcri f__ TO lass the complexities cu. of the spewing of Soglish. and gave treat- j _a ih_s wi_h AS 7VAST! Arnons- the derelopmsnzs cf ths v__i' ins hs-ns >n a the isuanT, Today oora physician ireenng'of spelling ekserts was tns The'fsrm rcn I_ss snri wanr the ftill presectauon of a system of ssrstan- _ns t3 em- cf patisn; and so they naliy phonetic speihng. which uses ploy TWO of yrcrisrs. scrns- show r_sofar as he can tmcer- EO new letters and has 49 syrcho-5 economy csnnsr supp-sr. .g-a-o j_jj waac LS wrong and what in all. by Or. Godfrew Dewey. sec- in. UnzRin whsrs ihgra is a ;amt neecsd to correct the defect or ps.y and tLsease. There is, therefore, nonncg etary of the Sim-dified SDe3-ns Tin_on, of pay anc o ?ns-ti Trip Snsllmff Tfefonn hours szs fised. ana r re shoiild be c-en to the work cons on farm by the ism wife and children tn earn- ing the income of tne farm. It is a request which is worthy of care- in! coasideracorL For ft is a fact that tbs Soard and tae Association. Heform worS-ng nours szs Szec. sesin to be procacmg isirge amounts r.aTe n-; teem. criHed. fi 1 of food per acre sad worsing the I I've ths actual p.crore of JDr. Dewev used Usicoin's Gettys- Address fUnion's Gstizberg land ine goremp __ n Adres) to illustrate the svstem. guarantees pnces m seme procucts, j jj_ I_ncoln's otjesing words In the and local agricul-ursl cffiinols sa-1 journai o- scheme of sirablifiea stselling would stire proper t-Oage. inefficient and j M_rTts otio follows: __ i inadequate farmers are norpenmt- t S-rass to T" j on ji-e thickness of the stili tne primary bems rsdiogratjiied. ada ant! one o: the'are not easily pene- "Porssor and seTn yeerz agoe cur faadherz braut forth on. chis kontinent a nue naeshiin. konseavd ini 2iberti. and dedi- kaeted to dfae propoez_sh'un dhas aul mea ar kreeated eefcwal" itsd to operate. Sweet, in the American Dental .z that tse to penetrate the thickness of the Tiie farm is dustry is Catiada most, pressing problems now con- Dr. Dewev said that it Is his hone. nave sufticient laoor and returns so lnTariaijiy the chickens and world-wide program. trated ana appear as ugnt images on the film. A cavitv, however, is Jv anci Sh5ws as a r thicknesses have protserly understood the S-rav is now the best discovering early tuber- culosis of lungs, the X-rays- best turkeys are part, of ths .arm wife's Dr. Dewer asserted that SngUsh has sraxamatica, suatjlicitv and always contnb-JHan, and in a large per- cosmopoijiar. csntage of the cases she helps with me imifcmg and somennies tractor to help in the field wore. Teen-aged ooys daring tne sum- he explained is to work out a con- mer noiiaays often GO tne and siraole spelBng. substan- of a man in the harresi Ye; tne money they help to earn is j I-mped as income of one person, the farm, owner. Consideration should be given to Bv STUART TTJvDSRHUj- 'Canadian Press Staff 20 Years Ago the Files The Jjethoncge Herald. been asked to form a new Ottawa farm and mov-cg to the towns and Tiliageo. One Aloerta rsstdeat, recently took a trip through wrote: "I drove 120 miles west of Spo- ate of these cavities. Some- times decay occurs under old fillmzs and the tooth can be saved by fill- ing it m tune of the shown by the X-ray fiim long before can be found by the The farmer .government, JST5 see between tn. Impacted rouble by in- z. nerie, nd gurcs is NOW AVAILABLE IN c-i. uetii luriji a new ct Brewing materials hare been cut i government An early federal elec- 'always a good mvestraea.. 15 per cent, on government orcer to make available increased sup- plies of grains for starrauori-Jiaimt- ed Europe Tne cut, is based c-n 3933 standards, ana foLows certain. Residents of the towns on thej The Road Ahead earlier reduction of 25 per cent A typical Xjonoon pub withoat seeing a farm animal of any kind on the farms. Farmers most -if its busiress in draught, beer i sr lea.e the citv until 7! ___ ___ a the evening. j THE VETERANS' "DEMAND" i Some people seem to Jiaye been I nours, ciscourage newcomers HOUSE PAINT New streets are being opened new sidewalks aaa euros buJt maias and sewers are being ex- i hac it: tended in Lethbridge. We have ls poor wa.e. stu.., grovnr.g pains. before we go too far in Is is now mace that, these virtue of r.cht or authonty." In __.._. fluid It's too, principal- extending trie DBilt-up portion of 3y cue to taxation. A pint costs the ciry. would be a good time for! as a rule, of 7yd. the city council to put oa somel puijs i hen" they are open are, state-owned industry be "freed from pressure for a town-planning plan 1 MM and 1U crt trior riTTAtn t VAt ._ Cara- ___ _______ people of But these Iimita- i Canaca nor anvbodv either for If a citizen has respor_si- j myself nor for the Canadian Le- for otr-er thmps and most; gion lack toe authonty to should a make a aemand, but in this par- ticular case I believe we have the gooa a right as anybody so that we may avoid the mi-lakes th'e'mor.ey' left" short sup- stramt to keep from doT.g it is! The Canadian made vp of unplanned expansion. What plies of consumers gooos and cen- lather dangerous. Governments, exclusuel> of men tvho did this __ _ _ eral isace clamors to mciviauai'. cifficulty in countn's 1914- aoout a report Irora Dr. seeing the diiferenoe beUeen jus- 11918, and 1C30-1945. Some of its yon Elastics. the mo of top the mar after vou've painted your exterior woodwork with you'll be glad y did. For long life, brilliance, there is no finer paint made. F. A. ROGERS Lethbridge, Alta. EVERY AFTERNOON At home or the cottmge, Auot Jemimas hit the spot! Best of ail they're so easr to prepare! Adi milk or niter to Aunt Jemima's RtsUy- Mix__pour on the griddle., i pop oa the plates... then watch the family snutc as they "dig Yes, fragrant steam- ing stacks of appetizing Aunt Jemima pancakes are "nappy answer to quick holiday meals that satisfy! Order Ass! Jemiam Pancake Honr in Regular size 3iilh. GENE AUTRY IN PERSON AND HERMAN LINDENS RODEO DOWNTOWN PARADE THURSDAY, JULY 4th AT 11 A.M. CRESCENT MIDWAY GAMES, WHEELS, RIDES FOR ALL THE WEST'S WILDEST HORSES >ION COWBOYS TRICK RIDING AND ROPING DANCING EACH EVENING LETHBRIDGE VICTORY RALLY RODEO JULY 4-5-6 Every Southern Alberta Serviceman, ex-Serviceman and woman (with one companion) is urged to come to Leth- bridge on Thursday, July 4, and attend the Victory Rally and Rodeo as guests of the City of Lethbridge. This warm invi- tation is for the afternoon program when Gene Autry and Herman Linder's Rodeo will be presented and for the evening when Lucky Lett's Hell Drivers will be featured. Your admission tickets need only be a uniform, discharge button or certificate. Lethbridge wants you to be here. Don't disappoint us. EVERY EVENING LUCKY LOTT'S HELL DRIVERS A group of who have been booked at considerable expense for your nightly entertainment. They come from Lachine, Illinois. LWSPAPLRl :WSPAPI_RI ;