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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ___; ffiQtAJLD CO. LTD., ____jWtt f Sbib St. a. uatauMge. Albert; A. BUCHANAN jyl JOSH TOKRASCE Britain's Food Problem [Whitehall H. G. LOKO Editor. MATTHEWS Secretary. tritish rxxir-a worth approximates EOie. s is Si 40 from 20 to 15 cigarettes a cay ace. i -a-uh the money thus sai-ecl, "o pay Sc, instead of of breac. a 2 lo. loaf That or.e step alone -stKild allow be paid la. the wages to be a agricultural iacustry. and -sv-oulo "is reqalrec. Tv-r a grave agricultural tacustry. ana of the attract tie labor that Is requirec arrestec. r. It is tragic to see loaves of uTi._ ,v 3-_____ es-a-av ne- Member Aadtt Jis reeeivjES {before or CANADIAN ri------- tee we lor IWM to 2 to yiyjir a anc. jeart- are cut. this aiiv xx- ir. cur-ger of hav- r.d ose on the lar.d. as car. see goven.- hc-.e tsker. graczical steps :i Ubc-r to Per- raiS. By JAMES McCOOK Frees Staff Writer) nio-.her of par- liaments in a rage is enough lot make all her children blush. _ _ j The rages are becoming The the Labor goven I 6he their hearts aflutter; Manchester leave day to give people civil an-j IN PASSING know better THAT TDU FEEUXG Tni, .1 for covering erection of a irolley coach garage; j to the street railway plant.; ficxal Cor-servanve opposition The Horse co-operative led by veteraas_ who nave j Association at Swift house and wanted r treads ith And there's a new THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1946 Tfcev names her CXcomargme, Por Ihey hadn't any but her. WATEKING CANS (London limes) A. lament on the impossibility of _ a watering-can, even of the commonest kind. find an, echo in the hearts of many gar- tieners. Mr. Justice Wrottesley. in letter to the Tunes -i-rites that Incuiries in three towns have cannot even the oalv stoop which held out any hope of supplying a n-ater- ing-can this summer I was told that in any event I could only expect a ohe-gallon can of in- fenar quality. More than persons have jbeen X-rsved by tuberculosis agen- in Manitoba this year. Dr. E. :u Ross, medics! director of the Manitoba, re- fheir "families ir.cefsnitely. ijyitioa and essential consumer goods- All I passed in Winatpeg by the 5JOF I NDl CM11 Oil Manitoba Federation o! Agriculture and Cc-operanosi. YOU NEED MORE LIVER BILE DOUBLE WEAR entered the j jeph Marshall itel. niade off belccging to, S33 that liad J he pockets. i Fir of the Peace, kejltiiiMeifTMtrlim-uiset neededkileviik Morrison, government j Kiver-Grance Prairie CiaMs Ixmsi Ine seleohone line connecting 48 points ._, in the north of the province the rest of Alberta end Canada, will If IV LIVIR perform Sunday. June 30. f RU I rAJI ffCS Gardlrer, Federal iGaister of Agn- calKJre, and Hon. B. MacMillaa, MirJsier el Agncui.u.c, mor_eT available to ot the! buy f orezgr. _ c'-temeat made br Ken. Mr. groTei food, this question assumes Hcuss 1 adcitionai i mpo r e.ane. t _ j debate Hcus of Commons on June 13 when he said, according to Eayssard: I am going to say to them that; POLISH Tt has been suggested that the iers o; the Polish army which oagh I do noi understana way d'd nos bring more maus- tries 'O the Maritime provinces did. I do not under- stand why the war did not bring more industry to Alberta tnan ij did- H brought a lot mere inaustrr to British Columbia than thev had before, and that if -arhv thev are ootimisuc. B" I do want to say that I lelie the people themselves had more to do with getting thac inaus- tr? into SriGili CoTumoia than inyone else. I do no; know of place in Canada vrnere tne people right on the spot did less to gei industry into _ it than did some sections tne :Maritames and Alperta. uet me repeat there are. no sec- tions of Canada which have a erea-er furore industrially, if brains aad capital, if you .ISte. are applied to their possioui- than the two extreme ends this country, the Maritime provinces and British Coiumoia, and the foothills of Aloerta. Thev are the gates of the cpun- tnr developing the possiom- nes of "these routes I have been sneaking about, and the possi- bilities of the natural resources located in their areas, they can make it possible for greater ana greater populations to live m those areas. Me defending Alberta, pointed to the agricultural contribu- tion of this Province during the aad declared that, even if Al- had made greater efforts to secure secondary industries, they have been stymied by the freight rate structure which mili- ssainst distribution of the products of secondary industry aere There is no doubt about what Mr Gardiner says regarding the great opportunities for Industry in the fooUnlls of Alberta. Xeither is there any doubt that Mr. MacMil- lan is right when he says the freight Whatever Socialist theorists _may sav. men work for reward ace the. u idealist's concept cf service to _the .jh must be cone by gome if our machines are to have materials necessary for pro- j community comes a poor second to Jobs which must be done high wages. Agriculnira! vases have _ beer, lower town wages, and j I; seems certain now whenever a rise in agricultural; own native-bore, sons dont -arfir-i wages has been secured. I: has j these jobs and take ii always j ther if our people are to have the food require. THAT BODY OF YOURS ALSO "NO-MARK" I BILTRITE WILL NOT SLIP ASK Ot THEM NAMf LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Page.) (JAMES w. BARTON, reverently before each corpse i removing it from the chair. COW IX A CHINA SHOP (Australian Letter) The difference between a bull and a cow is that the cow does no dam- age in a china shop. That, now. is the view in Psrra- maua, N.S.W.. because a cow lum- bered through a china shop there some of the passages between the shelves were' only three feet out into the backyara THE IMPORTANCE OF THE MOUTII TO GENERAL HEALTH I wide and Dr. Win. Osier our greatest without breaking a single thing. modem ahvsician stated thai as more than >iqli the diseases of man came ____by way of the mouth more time and thought should be devoted t3 the condition of the moaih and oi keeping h, healer. buving a horsp the pur- into the horse's does the next train that them security, that the living and As an example, may I give what j working conditions are s been happening at "the Ford I and that we have educated them to >rks. Dageiiham- There the en-: t'nfek of these jobs as "menial." have been on strike for I Those are the reasons nobody wants some weeks, demanding a TT-jnimiTm j inese kind of jobs. Thev just nas wo: wase of 4s. an hour for skilled' considered as fit work "lor a white workers, and 3s. Id. per hour for unskilled workers. If thev work the And vet the fact 48-hour week which a man musf co jobs are necessary. No matter what on the farm, it means a kind of a nolitical system we have, of S3 12s. Od. for skilled, and 4s. no matter "what kind of a financial Od. for unskilled labor." I am quite system we have, no matter what aware that this is oisly a demand, 1 technical advances are and that it not yet been con- somebody will have to work in the ceded, bui nevertheless it indicates j primary industries. Bven in the what is in the mind of the incus- atomic age somebody will have to trial worker. j find and mine the uranium. Compare this the agricul- j jj tj-e are willine to do tural workers wage of 70s. mici- j thprn. then let; us bring them here sooner the better. But MERCOLiZED REAM mum for men, and 52s. for women, i__, Do vou wonder people are un-siliing to work on the land, and do you wonder tiiac there is a feeling of bitterness in the countryside thai the Agricultural "Wages Board re- fused the recent requests for an increased wage? But if you com- t pare women's wages the position is j in "25 jjjg -Qgg. Kme _e te back where we are today. "We have got to insure that these les us nlay the game with them and give them a fair break. Let us nos despise them, as we have always taukht our children to despise the did the dirty work, who did the essential things. For if we even more preposterous. enham strikes are pav for womeri. which means that a skilled woman in their eyes should have a minimum of S3 12s. Od a week, whereas a girl must work on a farm for 52s. a week. What a mad world we must be liv- ing in! The "Women's Land Army have just, started a drive for new mem- bers, and the slogan of their cam- paign is "Pood comes first." How true slogan would resc m does come first then the country Jobs will provide men with the de- cent standard of living sll our peo- ple have a right to excect. That means decent'wages. Thac means cecenc living conditions. That means an opportunity of living normal lives with their families. Thai means reasonable and ade- quate educational facilities for their chudren. And it means paying a little decent respect to the men who do the essential work and re- straciore is loaded against us. 1 prices for it. I Prom the farmer's point I am ouite sure that j must; be prepared to pay proper j Vne bush, ore from the -Trtr- __ cognizing that Uie man who hauls mine, or hoes the tests lias as tr.e vast ma uch ngh- to and Derscnal fected by some local condition of or some general or svswinic condition of the body. In turn the condition of the structures in the mouth, teeth, gums, affect structures in distant parts of j the bodv fcy such conditions as i heart, blood" pressure, kidney and j gall bladder diseases. Because the condition of the mouth is so important to the gen- eral health of the individual medi- cal and dental schools, especially where connected with a university, trv to give as much run? and train- ing in ariatcmy, physiology (normal body processes) and pathology (ab- normal bodv processes) to a com- bined class of medical and dental studenis. In the Kentucky Medical Jour- nal. Dr. John T." (Uni- versity of LouiivlUe) states that "no common area in medicine and dentistry is associated -sith such enduring results as that; of child health aEd By working together physicians and dentists not only help to preveps decay of testh in children bus by study of foods and their effect on body strucrores they aid in proper de- velopment of teeth and javra-. "While artificial dentures are important in the chewing of food, even the best- artificial denture is onlv 25 ner cent as efficient as natural teeth from the standpoint of usefulness, although artificial denrures do not affect the taste as much as was formerly thought. Generally speaking the dental problem-of childhood and youth is decav that of middle age and "later age is disease of the gums and loss of teeth. jonty are only _tpo wulmE ana anxious to pav hreher wastes to their men. "Tne- well knowT now- i ii oriiig ttit: -ui ever, that umess tney get msher o of difficljUT. then prices for_wnat tr.p men procuce theln opportunity of SSc I0 pa- wcomiBg Canadians. Let us not. as Oiese higher wages. _.e have too often in tr.e past, made _ tha at 15s. possible pay miners a decent wage. The war has taught these M-P.'s that only by eetting a good price for the coal could the miners should would have supported tne agricul- j be pain a hish wage. I j have thought" that they F6r Forty On June 16, 1SOS, Editor "Willis of the Siettler Independent published the first issue of that bright weekly newspaper. On Juae 20 he publish- ed the 40th anniversary edition, and it being Tarm Week in Canada, he mads the edition a salute to the fanners of the Stetder district. He recalled the rush of settlers cad set to about the time The Inde- pendent made its bow, reviewed the tips aad downs of farming in the area in the forty years since, and decided that Stettler and district was about as good a farming com- munity and had about as good people ss could be found any- where. A good weekly newspaper which has an appreciation of the prob- lems of Us agricultural community ,or fo_- and z. sympathy with the people in 1 arid for arnuseirent, when he can the solution of their problems is an j asset to any community, aad in this j thirsts that are so l" required is a new deal; material values, comes first, anc since we cannot the CGUIV that it mus1 food. Dearer food would teach peooTe not to waste it so much. About a diffnitv as the man who 'lives residential district ve -Drir.g the !n to People's Forum POSITION OF LABOR Editor, Herald, cannot think that your correspondent, -Jr. B. J- Deach- his usual acumen, in ;e which you print. New Tyranny, in a re- And let us remember too that cent issue of your paper. this will celone mandicg cheap coal, say good coal ton, it was utterly im- for it those who are willing to work 20 Years Ago From the Files of The Lethbridge Herald. tural workers' demand for "better Babe Ruth hit his 26th. homer of seasoll m Philadelphia today in their own experience. j tne inning ol At tne present tne country is spending somethir.s like S-'-e- 000.000 a year in subsidies on food. That is to sav. the town dweller is getting his food for less than it cost to procuce- Xow why should he? Ee is prepared to pay what) are foolishly the Yankee- Rev. p. Letts is leaving New Day- A __ a_ kl.e 5 sn <-he so'Jl-- respect tne people of Stettler and -s requi.s i in our seiLse of cistnct nave been most fortunate, over the past 40 years. Can Do It 6 aiajor.ty for Smeatoa. r, is 245. What They Say Hon. W. J. Stewart, speaker of the Ontario Legislature: "It's amazing how many people I do not think he could demon- strate that labor leaders hold the idea that they should be the sole judges in their own case. Repeat- edly sinking unions have consented to compromise, when they have known quite well that the com- promise represented only a post- ponement of the trouble. The position of labor at the pres- ent time seems to me to be precisely this. Labor knows only fortnight when the question of further cuts 5n food, ar.d the threat of more ratiomne. way cv- The little town of Godench. county town ol Huron. Cmt., his plans for a memorial recreational 1 Iconirr.oT-s arena. It will be 253 feet 183 feet wide, with an entrance, a fine memorial lobby, and with provision for an artificial ice rink, curling rink, badminton courts, men's and ladies' lounges, provincial or Dominion government. The Dominion's wealth is a pile into which we've ail been The only way to increase and replenish the national wealth is to settle down and produce." too well that all is not well the economic structure under which thev have to live. Labor knows that it tends to get the dirty end of the stick, when anyone has to take it. The strike weapon is labor's only weapon with which to deal wit" such a situation. Frequently the" are required to use the weapon iliogically cpiiEicered in terms o situations, in order :ha gradual progress may be made ir terms of an" ultimate goal. Her.c the public, sr.d Mr. Deachman and other capitalist apologists, fre- quently misunderstand what labor ir.ear.s bv its actions. Moreover. little attempt is mace to try to understand. Labor's coarse may not the best one. But has Mr. Deachiran ar.v practicab'.e proposal by which labors basic difficulties may be Docs your stui leot ed, dull? Then help bleach and it more Mcrcolizcd Wax Cream. It conieins a specie! In- greiiitRt thai- will heip male your com- plexion lighter, more freckles lighten ar.d fade. Wax Cream help: your siin loot as young end lovely a: your skin can loot only as directed. Use Phelactiae Depilatory quiclly remove facial hair. If the part under slcin as will as surface hair, delaying ra- skin smoother. at Cowmtie CeunUrs Everywhere. "He Told Me Once He Told Me Twice He Told Me Once Again never tasted such fine tea Bill kept repeating. "From now on, it's brisk tasting Lipton's Tea for me." Brisk... that's the good word going around these days the word experts themselves use to describe that wonderful flavour of Lipton's Tea that's never dull or wishy-washy but always fresh, tangy and full-bodied. For new, exciting tea pleasure, change today to brisk tasting Lipton's Tea. Oscar Peterson IN HIS NEW VICTOR RECORDING Here's that hot piano roan at his best, displaying a rhythmic wealth of musical imagination, interpretation and technical brilliance in a sparkling piano solo -with bass and drums. Hear it today at your Victor Record dealer's. Also "TIME ON MY HANDS Both on VICTOR RECORD No. 56-0012 75c IOOK TO VICTO1 RICORDS FOR THI NiWIST HITS Jurf I DON'T KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT YOU SHOO-FLY PIE AND APPLE PAN DOWDY Jobmy Desmond with Kuss Cttsf and bss Orchestra VICTOR RECORD No. 20-1861 8 JALOUSIE MORA ri Rene tad his Mustilt IT COULDN'T BE TFUEl {Or Cowd-IH) ONE MORE TOMORROW (from file filn "One More Tex Beneke tcitb Tht Glean Mitter Orchestra VICTOR RECGKD No. 20-1835 j 75e ALL THROUGH THE DAY (from the film "Centennial PRISONER OF LOVE Perry Coma tcitb Kass Case aad his VICTOR RECORD No. 25-0059 7Sc VICTOR RECORD 20-18U 75c WORID 5 V I CTOR R E CORDS of the Press thrown ?.wav dav bv cav. Dearer food at least LVSCIOUS JFTRACLE stop that. i 'Ottawa Journal) Now mav I eive two examples of' Imasjne the reaction in Britain our absurd of relative "values and Europe to the luscious food Fir5t, a 2 "o lost of bread is sold in some of the Am- for From it can be cut 20' ericar. picture of kilcnea and portable floor which slices, so that four slices of bread hams and steaks, of whipped-cream can be used for dancing roller are for comoare this pastries, and so on! with a packet of Player's cigarettes. Ice this brar.d because It is the skating and public meetings. The smaller towns seem to be able to make up their minds about such things easier than we can here in Lethbridge. _- HOOKED EITHER WAY Mail) If you make out your income tax most popular. 2s. 4d. is paid for a packet of twentv. i.e. cigarettes are 1'id. each. Is there any sar.e per- return wrong, you are in the hands son in this starving world who i of 'he law; arid if you make it out would dare ccr.fend that one cig- right, you are in the hands of the arette is really worth 4 slices of receiver. Labor Is fear5ome for the future and with gooc cause. Labor must think in terms of its own cifficul- ties. Its thinkir.g may thus be cir- i cumscribed ar.d channelled. In the same way Mr. Deachman's thinking seems to the writer to be circum- scribed. By what? The answer is. by his own presunposiMons. which be has absorbed from his owr. en- viror.mer.t ar.d from which it is j hardly conceivable that, he can be j divorced. At least tnat is how it appeals from the course Mr. Deach- has followed for a number of years in the various articles he has published, xihicii represent a defi- nitely static point of view, frozen WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF YOUR FAVORITE HITS IN STOCK Any out-of-stock numbers gladly ordered from Calgary THREE-DAY SERVICE and petrified. H. W. ANDERSON. HEAR THESE LATEST HITS AT BRDWN5 "YOUR RECORD CENTRE" ;