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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR -THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1946 HERALD CO- LTD Publishers S3 atetfe St. S. Juetbbndce, W. A. BUCHANAN Pmldent Mantging Dotetar JOHN TORRAKCX HL G LONG C. E- MATTHEWS Secretarr- Asdtt Meraber Bureau of or PC a3 or to 1st so it Pros it fate All tlst oc (AuiiicrJzed as Second CUss Post OSce Department, "The Herald Serves the South te Opposition iwits Mr. Ifciey about failure to econorcr-e ius new Budget But 10 find new places fer ihe spend-, THE BIRTH OF A NATION On Monday tee is. Canada celebrate the of the birtli of a SKIDS, in the fart that Canada iias gjxnro to the stature of nationhood, next ;o Kingdom, as the senior partner in the British Ccronioinaealth of NS.UOES. With this reccgoi- uoaTtte Dominion of Canada, as i: was called a united Canada was given birth by those, in the history of this ever bear the honored name ci Fathers of has assumed great respons-ibiiiues. la a shcrt, and amazingly short, period, as calculated to -he of nations, the anniversary which we siiali shorti> celebrate -beoomas cot merely a celebrauon bu: a commemoration. It is a ccni- cf the state "Inch, under the gtacauce of Provi- deKie. arrived. We see today a country- that has risen to great especial -n the position of being a benefactor net only o Jrcra -ahicn it out in helping to aUeviare hunger. -e ostressed ravaged by the war. Oa: of her great .s Canada, through has been blessed nith this n. It is sorceth-rg :o> oe mindful of. sores thins for great Lhs-rkrii-'-'-'ss. IK :r> Canada finds herself today, ci. cf us can ce-.o-tly Jitter the words Q- tne Psalmist: -Yea. i r gooclj heritage'" This :s something we should never forget, anj IE remembering to raake ourselves TsrorUr. of cur inheritance- Canada no; r-sen to the position she enjoys today by the of her arn-s. but by the spirit resolution of her c.jple by a tsniij ci demonstratec in the in recog- is nsht. These things nisde a naaos vrortrij of tne She has net vet reached her full growth as a nation. This is for her people to acnieie. toge'her for the common good. puitorijj the weliare of the country at large above petty strivings for rersonal gain, groaing as 2 people in unity cf spirit, and in the cent! of peace among: tnesselves. so that Canada shall go on frcra strength to strength to reach that fullness of greatness ;o u-hich she -s sou, on her nay, rnuictsil of the blessings of Providence airi m co-operatici: ivuh that Providence for the welfare of and o: rnankuid. PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE BUSY READER LEFT HAND CORNER from Front cannot do. cannot kill, or junpnsoa all the Germans for their war crimes Kor can x-v f r-r r% t> for their war cmes or can ve IJH YlllJtvOin fairness or justice punish those VX A A XX I _.h_ -it-Mi u-ar broke 1 Aberdordan had successfully under- i gene an operation for sppeudicitis. ,___were children a hen war broke (JAMES W. BAKTON, {out. or those are still unborn, j for the sins of their fathers. -rmtoMiuTii'S Vet. today, by our effort to re- j Slnct future production BE PKEVEXTED- me are punishing future generations of hurting ourselves. SET Tt? total amount of goods that wtt be raseni available for cistribuuon la ihe away from, the fact that heart is now carrying off many of j The fifth annual contention I Ti-eO i the of Gaelic anc High- s a A to the new Rwral Dean of B-ffi-V- Mr. Coleman. was predes- oe -exc i_ tired for the ministry in which he____ S War Assess in heishts. J the fwa J Softball -fan-. m and storage b'.- :r-l 2rd erstwhile solcier as as CfiiMd Saws government si Prir.ce' Auto In Slow Gear ing of Government can't have :t both wa; It was sc cut people want to know The First of July iB-r Wait--r W. Ruchi writing irorn Detroit the Xe-x York Times Despite the spirit of armiy exiki- iing ic-raetn the automotive isdus- s trv ana Jhe United Automobile xvorkers, CJ.O., a shortage of parts from strikes S'_T- i putrs persi.t.5 m e put of new cars a; a fraction of the j potential The U-A-W. snc the industry manufacturers hive hcd sircilar cifticulties to a greater or less de- gree. As a result, the industrv was Rupert. 3C, are being for sale. j Tenders win be called r.exi week for the erection of the unit of the high scr-oo! :o oe, erected the Edmonton public persons. Why in these days of intense medcal research should we suffer loss of mea and women he prime of life? Dr. Fredrick A- WlUics. (Mayo Climc> come. And surely, when we insure re are merely preparing a soil in which oiher Hitlers Genasnj for the second time. True, we iaua prevent the Ger- mans from making tanks and guns and planes. We can prevent them from atomic bombs. Per- haps we can stoo them developing germ cultures. But this in itself is no insurance against future wars, which aught be fought with nea- pons we have not vet conceived. Where there is a will there is only say to prevent the German people, from waging war again is 10 eradicate their will to war. I have no pitv for Germany or the German people. They do not deserve any. But we cannot puaisb. people without sharing thai surely the world has suffered There- fore I believe that as we caiinci punish them, we must try to change theses. We must change them from an unhappv. resentful people, into a happy awl prosperous people. We Because he oeeded sixoerice. Mr.' opened his waee went to the. The cashier counted the cash ar-d will be able to sow she seeds of} must show them that peace is pre- hate resentment and a desire fcr'ferable to That friendship is revenge. Surelv this is ihe most i better than hate. Tfcat justice is in Archives of Institute of: certain way of insuring future better thaa force. There tisueeof These walls witn a the problem of what to not leave vengeance to the Almighty. s tf wi.e i.e cone of them believed to oe seri- ous, uere reported in Caleary by a prominent doctor who said he had been treating the patients is hos- pitals and at their homes. JXOT IMPRESSED W. A. I.ancretn. president of Ca- (London DaUv Mail> naciar. Poultry Sales, Limbed, a! Air Commodore Frank co-operative, said m he "father- of the British jet said in i beJjevec "the trend to-A-srd loser! ijordon that after he flew the 5 vessels reuniting in aeart and brain thrombosis aad I Among the causes of heart at- l tacks the following ha-.e been men- tioned by various research, physi- cians: il> a hereditary tendency to weak blood vessels; (2) of Jeen on relatively cood ten the end of the is Dominion j i. but all the gc-oc will m tne first, of the posr-war era. ana worit_ cc. a unless___ will rejoice in tneir new- builders of pans can. send them has DOMINION Tire the the General Motors Corporation >i largely Toro-o p: ob- 111 fonad naaonhood on the anniver- to the assembly lines in Detroit. caused bj the difficulties in taming parts. Until :hat j been improved, the mdusrr board of directors practice'." Among those tlected :o the board was Dr. J. S Me- hsd haonr for a year Eachren Calgary. six "supposed causes fit all cases, the cause of coronary thrombosis' is unknown. If. cause is! have to hma along The acmontpn naval reserve sta Thi ford Motor Cocapauy, icle as many cars as ocssible bv what- isupchers have crippled Pore, which are demanding a. new oEiimtiott i jjas'uo; a stnse anv-OTg its own h'D and we i emnlovees since V-JT Day. whils 1 sercl Motors has been hit by of Canadian citi scale. There is nothing to indicate, however. ;hsD the prospective car wane a disanctive Canadian fLig. such walkouts amcag i buyer had any berter chance today This is not surprising ana luclucing cuolicatipri this- spirit, sew coscepnon cf our respocsitiii- of getting an automobile than ANOTHER WORRY opn. saiQ in a statement issued a; f Sound Sun-TimeO Winnipeg tnat if the government Frederic- Jcliot. Prance's leadlrs the world Joliot SSTS nes in iBe world wosch iope is emerging from ibe uc- of WET we should go a long Morse Election -Ftsmers were conceded a prin- ciple for which they have been agitating when Finance Minister are Eetuni or the C.C.P. cancidare in ja helping the world reach j the by-election in. Morse consisra- acd fulfill the ideals for wiiisJi the! ent-y, Saskatchewan, will SscoEd Gr-ar War was fought. On no sisrprise. It is the general trend i dealer's standpoint, oar day Monday, as we cele-j of voters in fay-elacaoas to suppors j brought the Government of the cay. Toe signiLcance of the result i lies in ihe fact thai the C.C.F. i candidate won by mmority vote. EJs vote about and the I comblnsd votes of Ubersl and Con- servative oppoaenis toEalled about a. mmoriiy of 300. In the! allow share dividends ___ on V-J Day. The reason i Dr private companies as a deauccole for this is that the output since the i experts. end of the war has no; matched j even the number of cars winch have Fourteen months old been wheeled off to the junk-pile i accidenTaily hangea in the inienm. IJn ork wniis piaj-rrg cord o: a. Venetian bund in ha j home, police reported. The infant's 1 mother founc MTI on his knees with the cord tau; around his nece. j-, controliiEa that there trtU still extent ihe lining of the andi the elastic tissue behind it. If then we can avoid iriflsmma- uons (infections) by thoughtful liv- ing and visiting physician aad den- awful I tist regularly, we are at least doing tne ajt jjjg- 35 tumanly possible to pre- ven; coronary thrombosis. noticeabla. sot "orate 'Sie greas evens about by the compromise reached by the Psthers of Confederation, let us keep this new rsion of Can- ada in mind, Fanners and the Budget The Road Ahead Views of the Press By A growing public belief that Hre rnay soon ration bread was rein- j forced by Commerce Minister Joani 1 Demass. who told the Daii that "the I I emergency is only beginning. It may be necessary not only to ra- jinav oe necessarv noi. ooiv ;o ra- oread, extend the scheme rr to commodiaes not; now affected." G. M. TrevelyaJi, eminent Bntisli historian, in the Chris- tian Science Monitor: general election ins G.C.F. csndi- had also had a minority vote, nubile." he- oniv link with the do- Soundness of legislative action operative farming Saskatchewan's i legalfeng co- can be nroved only DV time. Bev. Anthony J. said in an internet bus was within 111 votes of the _.......} pire would fall to Dieces. Hsley announced in ess Badges! comamec votes o: ms Lioerai ana not-nlng more speech that three-year "moving average" may be used by farmers and ranchsrs in calculating oncome taxes in future. They iiad asked for five years. They were given three years. The concession -will give an opportunity to see how the plan works in practice, Mr. Usley also hinted that the principle of the "bass herd" on slock farms and ranches was under The breeding herd in such cases is ihe sains as the machinery in a f they pro- cess the grass and the feed on the ranch and thus produce an income. They should be considered as a. rancher's capital. Ir: the of the co-opera- tives, Mr. Bsley adopted tne re- cornraeridauons of the Commission, Co-operatives wBl be taxable, out only on profits are no; dissipated through divi- dends or patronage payments. That a the plan -which Britain has adopted and it will be considered fair fay mess people. Jfew co-opera- livss are given a period in which to build up their business before this taxation applies. On the whole farmers received Conservative "pponects. 15 is evi- dert% therefore, that the CC.F. is nos growing in popularity. 1z Is it Ccould I meresE! at Montreal. Father Adams, now a series of lectures taouc summer school has developed co- KADIO MANNERS (Ottawa Journal; A half-hour radio speech by Mr. Churchill might seem to many too PUNISHING THE GERMANS The evidence seems to clearly in-, dicata that it was Hitler's dream of; world domination, and the German' SAFETY BONDED CORD Extra protection from blowouts. VENTILATED TREAD For cool running and longer SAFETY TREAD BLOCKS For long mileage and safe steps. speaker might seem, to many too long. The trouble" with many of our radio speakers, and some of our-platform speakers, too, is that thev make their hearers fear thev wfll never make an end. A further trouble with some is that they con's seem to that when they are speaking on the raoio. they are speaking to people neonle's willingness to wage unprc- voked war on'her neighbors which stcried World War U. It, is only nansraL then, thac those who were victims of that aggression, those who suffered, should cry for vepge- ance and thai ail those who love justice and peace should demand that steps be taken to prevent a i diplomatic alliance. Nor is it only a constitutional or legal point. The of the in- habitants of the dominions to the states. recurrence. "We czs. punish the German leac- ;h them. That ts> iiiiu i p-iviiege v- csuuii AiviLici. i ia uiii; aCG. jUSt. Hut and middle-western, united j they should do so with grace and I as practical persons we must re- good manners. alize that tnere are some things operatives ana creait d co- j in their homes, arid that, given j ers. V.'e will punis s ir: j privilege of entering sucn homes, i is only reasonable also evident -Jszt if Premier Doug- j wearer of the crown is an active i sentiment; of great, notency. It is j las espeetea tne 18-year-olds to aaa i of utmost moment that the! 'Bong or Queen should be a person to whom respect, loyalty an_d affec- tion can be felt all over the Sm- pire. This makes character of the the person and of vital im- to ins following he was disappoint- ed. C.CJF. threats against continua- tion of pnvata ousmess have caused vonzccz, even though he no longer in Saskatchewan, and! exercises oosinve political power. rr-B 1 The King is himself, yet he rep- C.C.P. won Morse I j feel a morg human by a snailer relative vote rtia-n in! and warmer loyalty to him than I the 1344 general election reflects S could to the abstract Idea of a par- jliament or the clauses of the con- iais- And these feelings are __________________i shared by millions all over the week is the big week of the warlo. rn. tae summer in Lethbridge. ID is Leth- bndge's welcome home to tne re- turned men and women of the Second Great War. .Make K a real j welcome. 20 Years, Ago Prom the PBes ol The Lethbridge Herald. The Wheat Agreement There seems to be a good deal! of confusion over tne proposal thatj Canada and the United iKngaorn to Coal and cfl property is to be de- veloped in the region. The Selis-Floie areas ity next August. should agn an agreement whereby! Henderson Park was highly Canada would deliver to Britain a! praised fay Mayor Webster of Cal- i garv, who tennea it a. real oeauty sizable bushelage of wneat annuziy j over a term of years at a. floor prices suggested to be SI.55 with Tne most orderly crowd in my experience'. saic inspector Bavin adjustments Eepons of As ,j, speafacg of the at- mumble. Reports thai Washington looks askance at j tendance at the fair. very fair treatment at Mr. Bsiey's a hands. THE WEEK IN THE NEWS The eyes of world this week- will be turned on Kkirn where the world has been talking about' freeirsg trade of KS snacsles soj that the peoples of every nation j may oe oetter fed are not surpns- ag. We can qtare understand that Britain, p; rationing Views of the Press WHERE IT REAIXY RAIXSJ Ottawa Journal; 3.C5 inches! 1 wheat growers would like a floor rainfalls in longer periods, -world. The implications are so _ of them cited by AUZIKUIW temfic Sat it is impossible to assess P1106 a3ti an assurea market. Bat j jitter matches 60-rninute taein beforeharjd if all trade were done by oiiateral downpour. The Si? Four foreign ministers I However, as the Letter savs. i appear to be snaking arae headwav go.emmenc u rains in Acslraiia at their Paris conference and in- I tne result would be a trade' J; really Recentlv in 24 dicaaons are that a 2i-power peace war sucn as the world has never VI fe-- f conference may called m Jul- i I4 53 mcner at Tullv. IDJD incnes at or shortiv witnessed, and we are Quite sure j Babmda. anc Hoods in Xonn Beauty Plays Second Fiddle In the Construction of a Chesterfield! The prio'e of the master builder lies not only with the eye-appealing exterior, but also with the sturdy soundness cf its inner-most con- struction. Curved seat wiih puil-over front end deep eil-steel tempered spring construction. No webbing to sag or break. JJeversible spring-filled cushions. I hot's why Chesterfields never grow old new fabrics or slip covers in Icter ll make them years w A peeb at the label serves as assur- ance of quality. PARKHILL CHES TERR ELD fUlTEJ Available at Furniture and Department Stores ihrcvghout Western Canada. or shortly tereaKbr w treaties -srith Itaiv and 'our of t pears EOS get, 6! Food contaiues to be the world's! most difficult immediate problem. Meat rfytTntpmc T-o ___a Meat counters are bare in U.S., and Bntain during the week announced rationmg of bread, the most tic reports of more than two feet j of water in 24 hours and often thp j business, farmers, of course, wantldflage coes on for davs. Thu? ir. __________ Britain dunng the weefc announced a floor prices so that tne 19n Hamblecon Mill had 47 6 sencus food step she has taken in history. However, good rains in the Civnadian Prairies, a big harvest now trader way in U.S, and good rams in the Bussian wheat belt pro- mise relief. It will be a couple of years yet, however, before the world returns to normal food production and distribution. SPAPFRf inches in three days and Kuranca dismally low pnce scale of tne j 691 inches in the same tnree_ days. thirties may not be repeated, but we are sure they do not want any- thing to be done which would jeop- ardize their getting into any market where they can compete on even nearlv six feet of water. Babin- da orce had 73 1 inches in a week. or more than two yards of solid water In the one-hour class Ottawa has made a rather notable achievement, but in the 24-hour and spven-day classes we are not even among the also-rans. Beny Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Ltd. Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 4055 Complete Tire Service 'V 'I STERLITE "I've never been so proud of my kitchen! Friends and neighbors are sho-wering me -with compliments on how smart it looks. Lustcrlite has made it a place of shining beaut} and so attractive in cojior, it's a pleasure to work there. What's more, I can easily keep it looking bright as a new pin. You. too, can transform your kitchen with this sparkling, smooth-polished wallboard. 'Why not call on your Ace-Tet dealer and see his samples of Lusterlitc? ____________THE ACE-TEX LINE___________ Acousti Board Lmtfc Board Fibre Board Brick Siding Asphalt Shingle? F i b r c e n Waterproofing Roll Roofing BuUding Papers Creosote Build Better ide ACE-TEXLine CAHftOft ROOF PRODUCTS Southern Alberta Distributors Western Canada Hardware Ltd. 967-315 Second Ave. S. Phone 3177 See us for your "LUSTERLITE" requirements ATLAS LUMBER CO. LTD. 1602-3rd Avenue South. ;