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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY UCTHBBXDGE CO.. LTD. Fraprieton and 3S. Sixth St. S, Lrthbricje, Alberta. THE WEEK IN THE NEWS! A Question For All Christians W. A. BUCHANAN asd Osxcetor. JOHN Bnsioess Do I live up to what I call myself Or, in other words, Am I a Christian? To put it in another -way, v The Big i i true to what I profess to be? This is a question which all those who call themselves Christians should -.he regime ia its] to theinggives. If this becomes a recognized prac- PICKED UP IN PASSING FOP. THE BUSY READER Labor Minister George Isaacs said in the British House of Comraoas 372.000 Britons now are imeaipioyed, E. G. LONG C- S. MATTEEWS Secretary. it was intended to be in making the construction of a bridge across the Bed Red Deer got under week. i behind for there I made the vital------ _ can very nrJe iha- i? a different world trom what we see it today. If we. calling: ourselves Christians, pause in our thoughts and in our actions to put the question to uairaMrane. as, victoria street ._.. __a ourselves whether these thoughts or these actions are in keeping with what is expected from a Christian. nc a iiv- j be a real meaning grven to the word Chris- i tian. This question, if put to ourselves, may often be an accusing one. If so, well will be it for our- the sincere desire to see if they conform to the prin- :o Paris airer Do Hercki Serves the cern' acutely, that the peace which the war was fought lura. cf Ethiopia he thought might well a he would be to re- be united with Bnttsh to form a new territory. United Nations trusteeship. for has yet to be won though victory has been won. It enough to cherish the belief that would be reached. The found for the es'ishiishpent of a n.ake for the' desired. This should be an trusteeship Brrasn as the iwo Provinces which, through, a- bit of lack, are in a position tOj heavy taxes, are not of a; is play baH, even though the TVirrnnjon offered terms which co'-ild be considered most generous. The fact that Ontario can collect 55 per cent of the- succession duties while Quebec collects 27 per a total of S3 per cent- of the Dom- iaio-i in. a word why Premiers Drew and Dtiplesses did not care to co-operate. However, the Dominion is sot going to fall apart just because two provinces do not want tc encourage national unity. The Domnjion Gov- ercmsra is still in the diiverc seat. whole is Etui greater than tas part. Dominion will get the seeded to carry the war debt and pay the heavy cost of na- tions! GoTsrasseat. Is is unfor- tunate that Ontario and Quebec by their action, have practically forced -doable taxation, on tie people. We have no doubt people that will give their Terdict at the proper time. tr-ostee power. The sigri-fSra-ce of this gesture canno: have failed to impress the Council, for Brinsh Somaliland is a crown colony and Mr. 3evin was proposing that an integral part of be placed under j overall united "Katiens "trjstee- coatroL The foreign secretary, it is soted. stressed that feitain sought no strategic gaps. The whole area could be demiiitsrized and ihe native pop-jlations would bene- fit by the gathering of ail their grsziE? grounds under a single ad- asinistratioE- Kegarding Eritrea, Bevin thought sorting should be done without full erujuiry into Etaiopisn but if such rlsfm.g were soundly based, and part of this former Italian coioay on. the Red Sea littoral, were given to Sthiopia. rhw inight be seen as dividual responsibility. U.N. Debate Over Spain W. K. I peace and a big step towards world sharp cos-, domination through communisa- dsy cleanup and beaatilication cam- paign. _ Bail of S5-9KI was set for Wil- treet car operator committed for trial on a charge of manslaughter. At the end of March there were children who were official wards of the Alberta government. C. B. Hill, superintendent of child welfare, said in Edmonton. Damage estimated unofficially was cassai when fire raged through the Davis Block, of bus- iness establishments ia Ssidbury. With shipping situation Im- proved. Holland gin sow is reaching Canada in m'jch larger volume. A. W. van Hiemsdyk. of Montreal said in Edmonton. Forty jnisutes after Alfred Deiby. 23. Toronto, was taken to a police cell in Torenio he was found hang- ing by his belt from a doortop. He died in hospital W. CV ilacAuley. assistant pro- "A HARD CLIMB UP" ia the Buffalo Evenings Kews. Getting Back to Horatio Alger B- WILPHED H. GOODMAN I provide jobs and security for all, A. of voushs weat to Ot- to create a problem not easy to other "day tc tell the coun- j handle. Once a young fejow gets what they must do; the idea that he was brought into Divide work for young: people.; the world to be looked after and not provide work for young people. Col. W. H. Srown of Toronto, na- tive of Hegina, assistant director of medical services, has retired frost the Canadian Army after more than five years service. Kitchener. Ontario's Mennonite families have organized a drive to ship food and clothing to needv froniliss in Eurous and women workers have made thousands of quilts. The Pacific's disastrous tidal wave they expectec from to look after himself, that idea is _v thev got was verv I hard to dislodge. unexpected. Because In the early part of this century, cL _ b'v esnerienced before. This i way to position and wealth oy cui- _ _t._ of Clean while attention centres on the sscurity council, the belief gen- j the council of foreign ministers ia erally held here seeias to have been been re- that Moscow was seizing, more or oppor- 1 States I and Britain. The hope was to gain Paris. Discussion. strained and limited tc a few points less as random, on every oppo: on which there is widespread pub- j ranity to the United Stat' lie agrsemsnt. One is auuroval of the Australian sosae advantage in bargaining or usn for six inquiry. Another is ar leas; retard recovery from, the 1 How It Worfta Many people bound to be curious about Finance Minister Bsley's argument that the Domin- ion wants to collect succession dunes because this helps 'm collsetiiig in- come taxes. What is the connection between death duties and income taxes? We are told that when a person dies leaving a sizeabls fortune and the Federal succession duties re- presentatives step in at the probate of the win, the executors are asked to produce income tax receipts ior some years back. Sometimes these are not forthcoming, and the Federal agents want to know how so much money could be amassed without ihe mater of the foraine some for Ethiopian surreader of territory in the Ogaden region. The first part the session on Monday last provided not only tills forthright factual exposition of British views but also a contrast br no means -.mfavorablfi oi the views. of the four powers on these i imcortant- cuestKCs. Mr. Byrnes spoie'fSrst- and-his suggesracci was that Tiie colonies saoald be placed in collective trusteeship under the United Nations with the promise of independence in tea years' time. The board, he thought, should in- clude representatives of the "3ig Four" and a representative of the Arab states. At its head should be an administrator appointed from some disinterested countrr. Speaking: for Stance, M. Bldault considered" that the trusteeship should go to under "United Nations supervision. Molotov's contribution caused sur- prise ia many quarters- There was now no insistence that Russia, woold be gives sole trusteeship ia Tripoli- rsEia, Bather he suggested that while Tripoiitsnia should have a Soviet administrator, tile immediate deputy saoald be Italian, and far- ther, that there should be an ad- visory commission representing the United Kingdom, the TLS.A. and France. For cyrenaica a British tha; Hussia's ulrinjate objective is 1 war to a slower pace than ia Bus- the cotncaiaisatioa of the Iberian i sia and thereby confirm the Corn- Peninsula. A third is tha- what munist thesis that capitalist coun- goes on ia Spain at this time is rot, by iself, likely to jeopardize peace. The thougot. is that it is better to "le; sleening dogs meaning that for the present Franco can do 'little harm outside his own country but that any communiza- j know XLOW to behave in polite so- recovered. Claude BisseU. 32. ia Toronto was sentenced to two years in, peniten- tiary when convicted on a charge of wounding and causing grievous bodilv harm to his mother, Anaie. 54-year-old widow. The Quebec farm labor offices states that on the of Quebec's tries are incompetent, always ujralKDrin? sowing season farmers are hy conflict and are doomed. Mos- cow's actions have been looked Tipon as those of an mtematioaal -Peck's Bad Boy" or as those of someone who didn't know any better, didn't man. who does not sit with govern- ment members, declared forcefully that instead coming to Ottawa asking the authorities to place a job before them, they should be spending their time going out to get a job themselves. They had to team self-reliance instead of being spoon fed. The lumbering industry aad miming companies were cry- example. When, oce or two of the young fellows said they did not want that sort of work, that they wanted to in the cities, they adedd fuel 10 "the fire of the member's ire. This episode in the story of Can- ada's struggle to set up a new post- war economy of full employment is but one oi several which could be set down to illustrate the point thss the nation is already paying a, pen- alty lor over-emphasis on security instead of ODDominirv. For while the majority" of those now entering of Spain would be a threat to I cisty, ciples should be made: U) domina It is believed that President Tru- jman still holds that view arsfi re- pert has it that after the Fails meeting he is going to take a in "tbrsign-affairs. il Arab and Arab shall sot dominate Jew-in'Palestine; (ii) That Palestine shall be nei- _ ____ ther a Jewish state nor an. Arab the state department, j as evidenced" by newspaper comment On the ether hand 'there is a lublic belief, believed to state; (iii) That form of government i and the addresses of public men, titimately to be estaiSlished shall that western and H-ossian mentali- uitimatel uncpr international gusrarstees fully protect and preserve interests in Holy MOSlfi31 ties are poles apart, their political nhilosophies irreconcitebly antagon- istic and thfir- conceptions of right of Christendom and Jewish faiths, Palestine j and wrong and justice completely must ultimately become a state which guards the rights and inter- ests of Moslem. Jews and Christians alike and accords to inhabitants as a whole fullest measure ol self- government consistent with these three paramount principles. 4. Mandate and "united 5 divergent. The correctness of this view is made plain by the fact that every basic division in the security council, council of foreign ministers and the United Nations has been the same: Hussia and Poland on. one side, Britain and the United States on the other. With the of that be- to come any attempt to establish j j: an independent Palestinian state j' or states" would result in civil strife i such as might threaten the peace of the world. Committee therefore recommend until hostility be- or American administrator should 1 tweea Jews and Arabs disappears, j be appointed, again with an Italian i the government of Palestine be con- deputy. and an advisory cominis- i tinued as at present under man- sion should represent either Britain or the TJ.SA. the future. Tiiey cannot recoaanend a minimum or for annual immigration in the fu- ture "but. think: v, must be conceded an air force from the United States. action within Russia's through Poland, to have the United nations oust i Burwash reformatory and is of the strap for assault- ing his wife, mother of 11 children, after an argument, over allowance cheques. that it should be the risht of the j Franco and his regime are fftasj, recoia- Government of Palestine to decide, j liked here as the recent Spanisn ChurcnJI address a Planes now are flving patients in up to j advanced stages of tuberculosis ematinal debate large portion frora northern Government, upon I r- j hospital p.ftf. es were eqe eore come beforrthe City Council for attempt to deal wiUi Japanese ag- cil. the consent of the Provincial i Works would I as required by i the Town Planning Act." More than one comment could be made regarding these answers, hav- ing in mind the fact that the pro- posed amendment to the Zoning By-Law only carne before the pub- lic in the spring of 1S46, but I do League was the cavse of the failure of the League. The major nations were not preuared to back up their demands with force if necessary a which Japan realized. It was a similar reluctance on the part of the member nations _to en- trict. of which I knew nothing un- til K was brought to me for my signature, will shortly be forward- ed to the City Hall. I have to toanfr you. Mr. Editor, for the space you have allowed in your paper to ventilate this matter. Yours trulv. R. V. MAYNARD 314-Sth Ave. A S. when that country invaded Ethiopia, which led to the further discrediting of the League. As a result of these cases, and Germany's determination to increase her armaments regard- less of treaties in 2933. it became apparent that the League was pow- erless to prevent war. The League had no arraed forces at its dis- posal. And its member without to 20 Years Ago From the Files o' The Lethoridge Herald. Poisoned bait is being used la thft Burdett area to check the advance of army cutworms. Farmers are urged not to stop seeding. Portineus Greene, Glenwood. re- ports an amazing lamb crop of 16T per cent. New trees are being planted on tht school grounds at CoaDrurst. The Rev. R. IV. Daigleish, B.A., of Grace Church, Edmonton, has re- ceived a call to the pastorate of the United Church at Claresholnu LDacs are brightening Oi .iuiiuivuc: vve iu j vi tut uimeu were 17 per cent higher than in 1 suppose that General Pearkes was j as to leave it as impotent as the January. speaking ironically. 'old League, profit bv our past experiences, and give it a better chance than old League got. ;