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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1946 UETHBRrDGE H tf CO, LTD. Proprietors mad Publishers VE Whether or so: May trill Ottawa Has Baby Bond Plan (Ottawa correspondent of Post' as vielding a higher interest return than ordinary government bonds, PICKED UP IN PASSING ta Swiil St. a, Letthridse. W. A. BUCEAXAN Christopher, president .ger of the Pack- ay said Monday in the automobile of JOHN Bosisess introduces :r. :o the world. C. K- ilATTSEWS Secretary. Tie Aisoeilei sa U payer end of :he trar automatically bring an end to all our troubles have Seen more than a li'tle As and orbsoects: the de- j eszsblishmeni in and around to which "the" new. higher- jilor.rrea! over rhe week-end were decked to interest rate security ihejimefi SO and costs each. urhich the government is i sderwrite Amerirans will be permitted to make regular tours of European IT" CfUiGtffci V tV-J _M.-. "_- than sponsorship of p-yroU ceciic- extent to which the govern "O" sav'ngs !east through or prepared ;o un -ha: i- wii! be ap ;c a, sales campaign. case after Ores: War I. it a easier; Canadian wage-earners ifceciwives as Second Ciass Mali, post Oflice Department, Otis-'-J "The Herald Serves the These -re sot happy days for the meat packers on either side of j ihe line. Here ia Canada they sre AS a rough figure, these who are j unco: ivor begun to write the peace I treaties. Today in Paris the Foreign i cf British Farmers and Controls and Prance are striving :o and Snion Bureau o: Statistics Monday reported buiiding permits for new housing totailec 4.051 in ilarch. snd 1.T-J2 in March. 1345. OFF TO WORK WE GO" THAT BODY OF YOURS UAilES W. BARTOH, iLDJ THE GENERAL PKACTIT1ONEK AND ODO BEHAVIOR Britain's Year Without Bombs Wsih. peace came IT.K.. Information Office.' laxations: the abohtion of conipul- I Mav St.i the final surrender was One of the chief difSculues today carcass price ceilings, in U.3. ihe packers the Micclej markers for somewhat, the eatne reason about; a month ago. Last week in Chicago the packing- house buyers came back into the market. I: isn'; easy sittms by and seeing the other fellow ma'-re- is on the one side are a nuni- great importance during p ber of :se great powers with r they of these restnctsoiis. L no: been released frcm their grain) they grow, continue and sales of feeder grains have announced, and after a brief re-, spite for rejoicing Britain settled i For Posterity The Daily Beponer cf Gait, publishes a f easire story about John little, a SS-vear-oid bachelor farmer of Eespeler in Wellington County, who has given his 200-aere farm to the county so that Jsis 100 acres of busit say be preserved as s, forest plot and game preserve. Such a. gesture deserves recog- nition. There are not many lOQ-acrej blocks o' hardwood bush still stand- ing in Western Ontario, mote's tJie pity. It is unfortunate thai this is so because Western Ontario is having soil erosion and Hood trou- bles just because our foreijears worked too hard cutting the bush cows, and burning is up so they! on the surface, life au- United Kingcom at the convention of the Canadian QuiesJy that the casual tisito! produce goods again ipr the we-u CPPC wmro I ir> _____ __ unaware cf it. Eeveridge Report, produced while So fsr apart str.cting social security months' lime, children's al- e jlowances. which are among its pro- tocay visions, will begin to be naid to al- every mother in the country ten months of office, the gov- imports that the Umtec Kingdom, Or government expect to receive be- them as traditional enemies. Prime trans-Caaada intense activitv; it is the object that has nationalized te -Ii auc coaf unde'-" sta'e in its. concluding Britain's great industrial drive are j ownership is IPparcnD. nowever. in the saops. j stages in the i mir I ____ 5 House of Commons. talking about thai cointry stales toac ana a Board has been set up to run I sometimes thmfc that if all physicians could ge? a few years' practice in tbe country, some dis- tance from nearest hospital, it would be a good tiling for tne medi- cal profession as a whole, if not so good for country patients. Tbe thought is that- the country physi- cian knows his patients well, and sees early changes in behavior of any member of ihe family. Thus he sees a beginning mental ailment and because the catienc knows and respects him, will listen to his ad- vice and trv to follow it. What happens Jo the city practi- tioner who sees patients for the lirst tiaie in his office or perhaps at their homes? Should the pa- tient show even odd mental or emotional behavior, he will in most cases be referred to the mental That the general physician, city or country need not concern himself too deeply with mental disorders is "suggested by Dr. W. K. ililler ia "EuUe'Jn." Linn Co. (Iowa> Medi- cal Society. The general physician need only .decide whether a" major psychosis ailment) or a minor psy- chosis, is present. major psychosis is one in which the personality of the pa- tient is so disorganized that he is no longer capable of managing his own aifairs; brain tumor, old age, genera! paralysis and other organ- ic causes may be present." A minor psychosis is a mental disorder in which the personality is at fault but only to a slight" or limited extent, and usually appears in the form of complaints, syrap- terns, and pcor ways of doing things, but which do nor prevent the per- .son from managing his own hfe; there is rarely any real or organic disease of Uie brain or nervous system present. The odd behavior the individual displays is more of- ten tlie result of" emotion or per- soaoluy difficulties. The thought, then, is that In major psychoses special treatment: psychiatrist is necessary, minor usvchoses (from which we may all" suffer at times) can be treated bv the family physician by giving the pa- tient a thorough physical examina- tion and listening to his comolaints. Old Country oa the Soviets In muffing. judged by govern- uu. tt_ ou aggpjs to be unfit for human Tnuf- for tne remainder of 1345 around herself -rsi> ring Staiin consumption. Tne j and during the production, year improve j crease since the beginning of this j cess" is discussing" proposals to es- coxsid grow crops on which, to live. Time was a century and a quarter ago -Riien Western Ontario was one Tast ioresi ol fflaple and pine, elm and hickDTv cedar and DSSSWOOCS and aH the other Sue- which would greatly enrich Canada if ws hmti them standing today. But unfortunately the first settl- ers couldn't very well have trees snd crops on the same land, and as they had to live the trees had to be sacrificed- Imagine the settl- ers whom John Gait sent out to the Gait strip, or Caaaaa LaTid Company tract stretching -westward from Gait to Lake Huron. With an axe and and an adz and a yoke of oxen, a walking plow and a wagon, they tackled, a. job that have made evec the early homesteaders in Southern Alberta cuaiL Such and burning to get rid of the then there were the stamps v> tackle before the laad could be plowed to put ia a few acres of wheat and oats >or the farm animals. people go fioia the West and see Western Ontario for the first time and they are inclined to laugh at those little 10-acre fields after hav- ing been brought up where fields of acres, two sections, are not uncommon, aad where ranches range in size from a thousand, acres to a quarter of a million acres. But these youngsters of oars would understand better IE they coald pic- ture the first- settiers in ihat region when woods held the land where grass prevailed iere on the open prairie. It was a tremendous job for the first settlers Ja Ontario to clear oS 10 acres of 'ousa iaac took "him a isfetime to clear even part of the farm. Of co-jrse, he service. Ifanchuria, ihe the Balks Baltic states and '.z would be false to suggest that thsse siaasures are being car- d through without Knicli discus- than merchants apnroved bv the of their farm machinery needs re- ,ve trouble spots today in Iran, AEnistrr of Food. These sales of plenishing at; a time when dollars newAmeri- giE These sales of j plenishing at a time -5 er yiththLml- j spared to bu Moscow radio, adding: "It has a rans. Sassia has siace 1340 added people to the area its zone of influence, a Tin in those areas the communist ideo- logy is being put into being with a campaign of propaganda which is mindful of Hitler's Jfazi campaign of the pre-war days. Becovery of the world from the destruction of Great War II would have been most dlfScuit in any event. But recovery when, two so diametrically opposed ideologies as democracy and communism are struggling for supremacy makes the hope of the world for peace and trade to aid recovery and bring z tigb. standard of living appear at litnes to be almost an IropossibiiitT. The world has naturally made a sed wheat offals, and ether i can machines., a good deal of labor i by-products of oilseeds and grain I has been lost -through the repatria- imported for human consurnDtion. I tioii of unsoners of war and the constituted a pool -_------ plies were rationed stock. This resulted in drastic de- creases in the numbers of pies and TX5O1 out of which sup- i demobilization of many in the Wo- ioned to essential live- isen's Land Array. Notwithstand- ing these disheartening conditions, it "is quite clear that the United poultry kept by farmers, biit it nlso Kingdom farmer is going to fight allowed increased grain supplies for i the famine with the same intensity human consumption. with which he ic-ught the war. Gardiner On Water Conservation j Ken Deer projects will definitely be nroceecied with as cuicklv as (Regina Leader-Post) proceeded with as quickly as sngl Snglish on the "so dom of the press ia rive United States correspond- ents. caught in Ciiangchan when some but the 011 traditional freedom of debate and j criticism is beins used to the full. Montgomery.. u-ita the result" that on- tae Coal sncrtly to -taste over nis new post j Mines Bill the Ministe- of as Ciuei of Bntain's Imperial Gen- power was able to say that the gov- _ _ era! the ______ Eisenhower, the mass surrender of gesiions Kcttliwest Germany, one of the Staff, accepted on behaii of! emmon; was indebted to the Op- Supreme Commancer, General j oosinon for a number of useful sug- mower. the surrender of i greatest post-war problems that con- fronts any belligerent has beenj Chinese communists attack and captured that Manchurian capital city, were flown to Peiping by the United States army. The corres- pondents had been held under house arrest since April 36 by the communists. Because of heavy saowfaUs last winter the oasper-j-ase Louise ry soivedii-Km. is. as i The Road Ahead million seven hundred thousand I By Capt. J. Harper Prowse, M.LA. anti women of the armed i half the total number been returned to civilian life and without any considerable un- employment such as occurred after the Pirst World "War. THE WAR BSZDES AGAIN" After considerable time spent in By JOHN DAUPHQfEE (Canadian Press Staff Writer) The Grand Hotel at Berth. Card- inganshire, is going to become a Welsh national centre to train youth leaders in the 18-30 age groun. The 100-room building easily access- ible from central, north and south Wales, will become the hub of the Welsh youth league's whole scheme of youth clubs, recreation centres and hostels. _ changes will be needed to lit the hotel for its new use but the pub licence is being dropped. Shippin- Problem: Northern Ire- land no longer is a ston for trans- Atlantic passenger ships and Bel- fas; Lciigu probablv wo'n't see them again for a long time. the tender Robina has been sold because available traffic frjm ship tc shore is insufficient to keep her in use. Scots Lagging: Old stories abou; penny-pinching Scotsmen don't ap- ply to claims for family allowances. Scotland is lagging well behind England and Wales in claiming benefits with more than applications still to come in. At the' same time.'staidv if not bureaucracies wnica carry out their spectacular progress has been made i orders, I have come to a conclusion _v! moT-o i- nd'alltr a ffnod reason actions, and iacs of applications still to come in. ivemments and the Scots caution stops the people from committing themselves in a. towards a of a second great! Scenic Highway will not be ooened In giving emphasis to this point pointed. He did_ not directly refer in a Sftard of Trade sceech at the to the recent xiouse of Commons end of last week. Agriculture Min- debate on this matter, but he did ister Gardiner performed a timely i suggest that there to be a and useful service. All too often S lot of confusion with regard to the rf recover? there is spirited agitation for ex- J need for advisory boards. Under measure o- monies on this i provisions of the during the first year of peace Jn, or public project, which once sentative advisory Burope, but we are a ioag way from being out of the woods yet. A tremendous threat of starvation is stili facing Europe and Asia. construction is completed, 'cecoines largely a. white elephant. To illustrate his point in con- nection with water conservation projects. Mr. Gardiner mentjoned a repre- board already exists and for a number of years has been functioning effectiviiy. No need for any similar board esists. International aspects of water di- version are looked after by another board which has been in operation G. cu.uulfli. Ui tj, KICil.1. I v J_. post-wsr construction j for auvumig tpey ao or con t do. And after tmnkmg aoout the ques- tion of the repatriation of bndes from the slowness ia _ 1 reoatriatmg brides from, overseas, i think I know the reason for the :ternal deiays. At the last count there were about brides and aaout cnil- were in the course of construction. season" was more "efficient than he J materials, the government ignited and removed! by lesson of the the old surface in a few minutes. The blaze was out when firemen ar- rived and the slight damage caused included only a scorchen mattress of couch on the verandah. Inci- dentally. John's surname is Burns. aftermath of the First World "War and have kept the cost of build- ing from rising as it otherwise would have done- Six years ago, Britain introduced food rationing. Today oning is trocps are still acquiring nearly brides per month. Now most husbands of these wo- men have been returned to Canada and discharged from the services. But the Canadian government is The onl- i Thomas Nelson was charged witn "ex-Haired are 2ttempten murder and breaking and vrith "'the "federal I entering when he appeared before nnection with for- Magistrate Beevor-Potts ia police court at Nsnaimo- He was reinantJ- t f of rams ana mam aitcnes. ne pom est conservation along ed for eiht days. Police said Nel- ith, representatives the water is a matter of local con- off shotgun when arrested Satur- from the three western provinces to Get Job Done !.iit: i bread rationing was avoided. There ?-T moath. This sum is oemg was no limit to the number ln- V2nacla11 by Britain in the this Twenty-six times daily passengers arriving in by air or leaving by air who have to suffer the dust and bumps of the! airport road. It is not only a very j use it for power development, 1" was z valuable as -v i wc" Provocative soeech which 10 brojs the r.ate, on the land, or i Mr_ made. What he told n- bad advertisement for for it is also a ed in creating lakes njerelv to beau- poor way to show cur appreciation could buy. 1 Fayer. Besides this there are the salanes of the nost of oif icials and ii clerks required to deal with of the TJsstion overseas, menaced by famine.! WOUJ now smaller and darker j are no more of them ou'- a to y per cent cut in the na- and chuoren .in Eng- said a government spokes- "Scots people don't like dis- closing personal facts to other peo- ple; and returns from rural areas come in slower, anyway." Resort Town: Decked out in Trench paint. Southend-On-Sea in. Kent is trying to regain its place as London's favorite resort. Chief new project is a harbor, Southend's major lack. With a mooring place for yachts the town may set up as a rival for Cowes. On the Isle of Wight. Londoners used to go for trips "around the liners" in the good ship Skylark; but this year thevll "have to go around the" wrecks In- stead." says 58-year-old Arthur Myall, the Skylark's skipper. There are several wrecks in. the Thames estuary and no liners. 20 Years Ago the JHes of The Lethbridge Heraia, Lieut.-Commander Kichard E. i Byrd flew over the North Pole yes- l" terday. He is the first flier to ac- complish the feat. Investiaation into the death blonde, three-year-olc of fewer cakes _ consumption means T cent reduction in land, in Holland, in Belgium, in France? It means we must send a lot of this ccuritrv to those countries each provinces and the people e three provinces in a worti was that the federal government, the arrival of Inspector of the Ontario j the authority to go ahead on the i Police at district headouarters I iiiiitijv LJ oeau- does any more urging. It' the _, I already has both the intention and i chief nUfhnntv fn trn nn 'Prfir After a fight with high -winds and soil drifting, Lethbridge North- ern ditches have been cleaned and water is running to the spillway. f m i guous. uj i them the money. more convenien in of the fact taat Letabndge occupies Dr. G. P. Bidder, in the Lon- don Times of Nov. 23, 1939: without delay. We caa long as we like that, Trans-Canate j cern of the P- i out ways and raear. watsr which can j if effective will be made of it. ear-s "to utilize the atrfcia in an interview at WiriniDeg] of the world, disturbed from tinie definitely be had i advocated an allocation of the i to time by wicked men like the quieter and more convenient than a loan because it won't have to be repaid. Canada is making a good fellow of herself at the expense of the taxpayer and the men anc! Wilfrid Esgleston. the "Altair" of Herald's Saturday magazine j section, has been awarded one of the gold medals for English, by Queen's university. Too many people think and speak -women who are kept separated. if peace were the natural state I don't mind making gifts sources of revenue of both tne after metntatioii and re- Toronto, establishment of four an- to these countries. And. as. a tax- payer, I dont mind being stuck for Sennacherib, my share of it. After all S12.COO.000 is chicken a mil- General rains today soaked thir- st" fields in southern Alberta. the fumitare, too, rcostSy hewa 25 we were ia wet 1 need for studying utilization prob- i Juctant11 decision, by hand. It was only in very lew instances that 100 acres of virgin bush, could! be preserved for posterity as John LittJe of Hespeler has done. Had the bush stood in its virgin state account, tintil now there wtrcld have been ao Western Ontario as we know it as we say, more's tr.e pltv, for 100 acres of virgin hard- wood forest today would, if judici- ously logged, give as good living to a farm family as all the hard of growing corn and milking additional 30.000 families looking for places to live. So the longer the government can leave these wives in Europe, then -Jion here and a million ihere socn j the longer they can postpone the peace mounts up. problem. If they cari postpone it the j But I Co think it is a ro'.ten i Jong enough perhaps well have a t oniy' shame that the men who "ought i depression, or a plague, or people I and helped to win the war. should will die of old age and we won't continue to used the goats to i have to worry about them any permit the government to keep the j more. inttmaUoaal exchange situation in j What doss it matter if the people TOOts I hand. I who suffer are the veterans? What Another reason which occurs io i doss it matter if they can't get is that when tiiose or j farms uncd their wives see them. brides arrive over here they j what it matter if they canX start businesses be- aren't here to What does ir. r can't get settled in they are worried ________________ conditions under which nnica were how soon he thinks she is going their wives and children are living cows and feeding hogs gives Ontario farmer of 1946. the NEWSPAPER! traSc which the airport entails and the fact that we have a million collar business at Kenyos Field, it ought to be a matter of civic pride to do something to make the six-mile stretch to the airport a good traffic artery. We have the machinery to do it and we can get ihe material. Let's do the job Olv.vw.wtru J.C2.3 VJ J Vi 4 .i 1UCO4.C JUt> in this year's estimates to ; j thst nothing less than a slap in cost of aU preliminary er.gir.f ihe purse will restore them. j viorri: and as each prefect is briiisht j They listen to the unctuous to the point where value and feasa- breathing of the promoter. These bility are assured, further monies i men profess oracuiar will be appropriated for actual con- i powers, not to mention a couple of struction work. As an example he genie lamos. With no pain, no referred to the S750.000 already set j labor, no time, hell make 'cin nch, aside for construction of diversion i these suckers. tunnels in connection with the St. It helns to remember that if Marv-MiJk River irrigation scheme these cheats had the secret of quick in Alberta. wealth, they wouldn't be selling cm-The South Saskatchewan. St. i bossed sheets of paper for a thin Mary-Milk River, Medicine Hat and1 and precarious living. tions. Officials who disclosed this in Washington said that so far no satisfactory repl'.es have been re- ceived from Moscow. Tn fact, thev added. Washington has been ffcl'? to learn very little officiallv about happiness and the speed of discov- j The government has heard plenty ery and the value of life. Peace about will hear will not be won by conquest or they don't seem to be able to do obliteration: it must be 'invented i much about it. It is true that they and constructed and maintained by' hope to buiid some kind of agreements the Rus- j endlass effort. fuch as is given now i this year. But what good arc SO.i ;ians aclually are making. to the perfection of war. homes going to be if we get homes 50.000 an Theyl! be too old for the next one. Why worry about the vetsrans, so long as everybody else is long as tr.e government's worries clon't get any worse? Yes, it would seem there are reasons for these things. There sre probably reasons for all the de- partures from the priority system on the'repat of wives that come to cur attention from time to tune. But they aren't the kind of reasons that anyone could possibly call NEWSPAPER! ;