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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1946 HSRAL3 CO, LTD. asd Publishers 123 Sxtts. St. S, Lethbndse, Alberts. Let's New Evidence that Itthbridge a grow- ing is provided by the lac: that Right Word In the Right Place PICKED UP _______ ._ ,-_-T_ O O_ i IN PASSING ARTKCB H- FORD, in ondon Pree Press> iasa a. feren: meanings upon1 LUSY READE3. manufacturing ocoi- wss Sned anc casts after a. plea of "SAME OLD DISSONANCE" >_ produce, if no: we told these W. A. B3CEAXAS J JOHN TORHASCS Manager. C. B. MATTHEWS Secretary. ccme to :is vis airlines lease vou had to sign to the could srt settlement for anc tn? ji-esj-1- j-w-i tne" cost ci of the to 'some tree roots in tne am conti into song. wouldn't have to ir. n could the nshi key. Mr. Steac: oakeries that there is CsseSisa Ss hood cf jcur property. This :s so much, slang the imes of something Part-Tiise Farming res 15 dsilv news- _ OI Cari2_ overcrowded in-, tte dian Broadcasting Corporauo -Hobinson in the London Star. JA VE Day Message From Holland a Netherlands Sichange) toward whom our hearts cry out Alas, we know alreadv msnv sol- in warm pity.' diers' cemeteries. But few have Fine lads, good lacs, come from made such a deep impression on us the glittering, snowy woods of Can- as the little srwt under the trees ada. or from, the delightfully scent- on erond." quiet and noble i eti orchards, or from the big streams srouncT. -De at Kappel- and rivers or from the shining lakes. ienboseh. near Antwerp. j We did not know you. Even now Twenty-one Canadian soldiers j we know nothing about you except rest here, united m rhp'r last sleep.' just this, and therefore you are er i Thev are Ivmg there, side by side, i great, and we love you. and we will THAT BODY OF YOURS OAiSES W. BARTOX, MJOJ PIMPLES AXD SEX GLAND EXTRACTS I frequently sbcut because it means so much to boys and girls and young to have a clear skis. Many a young adult -with scne has developed an inferiority complex, shunned young companions, avoiced public office or any pnsitioR that would bring him or her before the public. For part of the treatment was avoiding starches and sweets which ia truth helped many cases. Later came treatment with the vitamins vita- min A. and vitamin E> then the use of pituitary exiract and other methods. Woile it has always beea thought that the development of the sex glands at puberty was a factor in causing arne, it was only recently that research workers were able to prove that development, lack of de- velopment. or disturbance of the sex glands vas the largest factor la causing scne. Some male sex "land extract was injected into an individ- ual v.ith a clear skin and acne re- sulted: withdrawal of the sex gland extract roused disappearance of the acne. While this would tend to prove that sex gland extract is a cause of acne, what Is not known by many is that sex extract has some of the qualities of the female 'sex extract, and tte female has some of the male. In the British medical journal. the Practitioner. "Dr. J. T. Ingram states that in scne the balance of the male and female elements in the sex glands have been disturbed, the male element o- factor being too large in proportion to the female element This Is corrected by in- jecting or giving by mouth some female sex extract. In females -with acne female sex extract is given for several days after the "monthly period. That Is in both girls and bovs with acne extra female sex extract estrogen) given. I believe this information will be a help to all cf us physicians and patients. It has been known that the SSK extracts ware a factor bat it has not been known that too h.esc for nve had been paying or a yesr ago under the very ceiJsgs for carcass mes avmgs will allow. 1 rhe right wori m the right place. uiaenakmg." his savings sad aa example O where jjjg In the fall when the b.esvy cf grass fat cattle goes to inarkst the packers can. pick choose, and than the carcass price ceiling would indicate as their true value. If tn ths spring they apparently psy a cent or two mere tne indicat- ed price tie producers figure that the fall profit will cifsei thsn o- as long as same" ie 10 arc-vide hisi with mess tnres; word "ths." thousands of work-1 iq pass upon a railway reper- which a cow was k __ Tfrjs verdict: cussian is cnaotic. We saw tost seivss in the- same beat London Letter Those Trfio taft so CBaada K> pro ____________________ vide against degressions j neither. the cow would not have as follows: believe that" now is the 'time Thev came- from far away, from i of everything, have buried him across the ocean: and "in the: under the finest trees in our coun- i try and other mothers will strew i flowers on his grave just as our spread i; Tip in a few cities where the worker sever reels se- cure and where, as a result of his ad rang Royal Cansdisn Air Force. By NORMAN CRIB3ENS (Canadian Press Staff Writer) Cocktail Discussion of cocktail i has reached Alberta, and we may, expect to hear a lot of the and cons it! ths next few months. Premier says cocktail lounges are out so far as Alberta is coticeraea, bsit that does so; get j> u3c rv tourists whsti thev come to iir. Stead remarks the rambling mirth that even j Of sun-split cone a. _____ _______ ___ _ _. learned judges are offenders and nundred things Dean Acbsson. acting secretary ed in Wi States is 150.000 tens short of its terror which were menacing hu- in its most beautiful ex- iie f eeis impelled to de- wages. Canaca snould-mske a strong lawyer, I cannot line, it very cif- Larger receipts of live cattle on shouting wiaa along, through, footless _______ States have coma aH this long "custance. i he gave the most precious of all of state, announc- j Canadian soldiers, to free your- i gifts, his young, beautiful and ccar- hinEton that the United 1 selves and us from tyranny and i ageous life, that we might be hap- py- jMother of the country where And it was not your fault Marie Chapdelaine was bom. in our X No one. not even "Win- ston could enter the big Admiralty buildings on Whitehall during the war without bemg stop- ped by J. H. Rivers, head porter, and asked to sign the register. And Mr. Rivers recalls that Mr. Churchill, first Lord of the Ad- miralty and then prime minister, never made the slightest fuss. "Hegulations. eh. famous voice would say, or altema- rket in Snmonion ______save" promise Tuesday of more lib- eral supplies of beef ia shops there delirious, burning this weak, just as most reserves in blue packing plants and retail tcpped the wind-swept heights j were about exasasted. Surveys among returnee veterans I ne adds, we know at once vrhar the with, easy grace interest in part- farmers meant in their verdict, but; Where _______ __ _.yarrpl! _______, trend, the Sew York Times t-ells Mr. Stead, of how those, who should j Up, up the ion: be masters of words, somscmes be- come entangled in them. At least. stores a strong _______ one farms located on the main i it took twelve good men and half j roses never lark, nor even eagle War bonds and war saving cer- will expect the of thsss refresamsatE they get at horns. They are not to becroom drinking, tificates stolen from O. God- dard in St. Catharines. Ont, were _ treatment in j worlc 33rohably Thhrv its 3. low habit. Alberta wiS watch what Ontaiio's esperience wit cocktsU bers provss to bs. And more paruculsrly we'll be watching whether British Colombia follows Ontario's exaisple. We wouicit't; want B.C. ts get all the tourist trade of ths West. Loose Thinking this way of living gained strong momentum. Following the depres- sion years insny families moved to small-acreage farms. Since 1S42 the interest in semi-rural real estate has stesdiiy increased. Co. a na- tion-wide basis real estate agents report many sales of small farms to intending to combirie aty and sword, nor is it your f suit that further care. YOU lie dead in our earth. j If we ever forget frirn. we will who iiavs become our brothers, you forget ourselves. "had "to come with "rifle soil TOUT "boy will sleeo without; "Halt my life is spent sign- 1 ing things. Willing or unwilling, no one ever got by Mr. Rivers. Now at 65 he has left his post, taking with him the Imperial Ser- vice Medal as a reward for 26 years' meritorious service with the Admiralty nreceaed by 25 years with the Royal .Navy, His retirement, however, lasted only a few days, for he promptly rejoined the Admiralty as a clerk Operating Farms From Cities CBy 3ne Knowles, -writing from Saskatoon, in tne Wiacssr Stan now. As my wife and I are only on j the farm, for a few months, we just Practically every adult in Sas- keep a cow and a few chickens. We found bv a points out that many of our Sag- Fill out my hand and touched the face of God. clearing a mail box there. The I bones, stolen last November, were turned over 10 police. A tremendous increase in re- search wore at the A. T. Hoe air- craft slant at Malton was predicted last right when it was learned the ._. ____ compsnv would take over the My neighbor, Mrs. Noggins.' s. pitcher no artist could research work formerly carried on collector while katoon, viewing the rapid mecn.- j leave them with Mrs. Noggins Stops Reading 3y 33.UCE HUTCHISON i fella. Coldwell controllin' Oonaci- aaizanon of the farms, nas taken; we come to the attitude that, as machines were I my district a number of taking some cf tne drudgery out of i farmers are living in the nearest farm work, the life was becoming! town, and take out their supplies more attractive and the natural re- ia the spring and laU, The butcher suit of This would be that more j in that town gets his meat from farmers would wish to stay on tae the city. Potatoes, most cf them land and more people would want grown in ICcrth Dakota, are taken to farm. But it has not worked, out to the farm." with a neighbor when in response to a government ap- the city to live. peal to "old hands'' to stay on. One of his favorite reminiscences is of a Canadian soldier calling at the Admiralty one night just be- fore D-Day, "seeking the where- abouts of his brother who was chief petty officer aboard the Eoropa. Enterprises Ltd., morning task of work with coimrr livins. "Why. when i was reading the The movement "represents a new i cleaiiing out the hen house, leaned j n. company, at frontier on the national contributory pension Both economica plan which would eliminate ____ _ trend that has now i .Periesso _ natomic oomb whole state and two out tnat way. This farmer was o: "That soldier never had to go farther than my desk. I knew ths tne opinion Europa Port guardship zr, _ I Lowestofr and in less than 10 min- leans to talfctag, and CoL Drew inctiiged ia some of both the other evening when he spoke at a meeting in St. Out. The Ontario Premier is reported to have told his audience that On- tario pays the IXiminioti 43 ?er cent of the taxes collected by Ot- assumed a definite place m the total economy. It is a part of the never-ceasing search for economic secuntv that ijaxticuiarly dis- tinguished the last decade and a I half. A stnaH farm represents hous- loose j ing at moderate cost; in times of economic stress it is an assurance of 3. major part, of the food supply. Governmental and private, agen- cies are encouragtag the trend to- BP s. could blow un Thaif the country _ one ouick purf. But some staenofic i througn. ths wnole paper in me fella "in Siigland savs Laski is alii news, and the statesmen is actin' one Dig it t takes a whole bomb to blow up "Everytnmk was toe in tne citv, then this fella says wot's i papers 25 years ago as it is the fuss about, same "as TJncle hinfiation, labor troubles, bull mar- all the fuss about, same "Srbert said when, they found be possible for workers to combine! country living with vocations in! Q7 factories and shops. Those con- templating the change from urban can only blow up one city should our notice in an age this, which is just Tgrbert told the policeman. ksts. two chickens in every pot and not a lick of sense in a carload. Why. a fella, says in the States they've used enough gram to make liquor so far this year to keep 45.- 000.000 people from starvm" in Europe and now they're cuttin" down their own bread to feed the ._ _ "But I've quit readin' tne papers, i and clamonn' ers' Association. He believed such a plan would have the support of all groups in the country. Air Minister Gibson in Ottawa announced appointment of Honald j V. Dodds, 33, of Vancouver, as' director of public relations for the Soral Canadian Air Porce. succeed- ing" Laurie M. ilcSechme. 40. of Toronto, who has returned to news- paper work. The province of Quebec Is leading the camoaign of the United Church abli on spring to put in the crop and spend j h another snort time on the lane in stressed in t he said, ims has been the Saskatchewan legis- the fall taking off crop. For per- lasure for several years and more .naps mae montns m tne year tney do not see the farm. With, well- fiUed pocketbooks they have been po-Rer lines have been strung in the past year as a step in this di- rection. ja-ut it is an able to purchase city homes. i as the land is immense. This method of life, of course, re- only to the straight. grain' joo for more of Canada to raise S5.100.000 to pro- a pension fund for pnited more. Many do not want to feed livestock when grain, prices are as attractive as they are. Numbers of farmers added livestock during the, "y because The Road Ahead By Capt. J. Harper Prowse. VJUA. A3EENDMEXTS The amendments to the Veterans 20 Years Ago the Files of The Lethbridge Herald. Rainfall in yesterdays storm at L-ethbndge amounted to .51 of an inch. A huge male lynx, measuring five feet, ax was captured and killed by Riley Weaver two miles north, of Bayniond. procucaon experts. But the breed- ers and feeders found that much of the money they were making on livestock went into the coffers of the income tax department. "A lot of hard, hard work for they said. Two-thirds of them quit taws, that Quebec pays 29 per cen. to rural or semi-rural environment profession will grow more important in the post-war years. Here in the lethbnage area we are particularly well placed to vite industry which would enable workers to keep one foot, factory and the other on a small the Dominion Government in taxes. If the Provincial Prem- iers couid get that fact finasy fixed in nund we might get, somewhere in the settemest of the tax dispute. The Canadian e'.tizeas wno hap- pen to be residents of Ontario pa? {ariE_ land nas right up taxes to the Donation to jac- -sre have and we do not dispute CoL Drew's j a or so of irrigated j You take figure that, they psy 48 per cent. It j jaTJj -aty i just so happens that these people j CUpiex are cttaens of Canada first, ard i extend thi taeir Ontario citizenship is ECSS-! dental We know Albert ranchers j ou. ,--L -who pay the Dominion year or more xa income and excess I home under pleasing; oj huniversal rut proSts taxes while taeir rei probably do not earn enough rs- come to pay at alL There nothing unfair in ihaL It be as foolish for the rich rancher to say he shouldn't pay any taxes to the Dominion becau neighbors pay ucne, as for j the greatest coal beds on earth' _ Views of the Press tioas, which used to be three farms rredenck C- Garninpr. K.C.. of J parents', my brother's and my Toronto, told the eighth annual own. My arother is working in a city, my parents have retired to a ans who are renting land, or buying it under private agreements of sale, have been completed and made pub- IiC. In i-s ne w form the act will be of great beneiit to many mes who did not wish to buy land from the director. These new regulations will be of special benefit to men who have inherited, or taken over, their fatner's farms, and to men who have leased farms. They will be of par- ticular value to those men who have leased farms in areas where land is so expensive as to make it impossible for them to acquire suit- able units with the S5.000 provided for the purchase of farms under the act. It is expected that sn Alberta. these new regulations will help to sor.e the problem facing those men who wished to settle in irrigated districts in the southern part of waT yoia can the SSumcipal PS- GREAT TICTOHIAN OKDEB citj- and I am able to handle the nance OScers association at Lou- fOttawa Journal) all end up IIKB poor old laski with bombs on In addition to the loan for the purchase of livestock and equip- ment. the director Is also authorized a joint service} trol of {aversion. athannes. Cat.. cumstancfts. meres has and Alberta Canadian citizens pay only, say five per cent that, there- fore Ontario has good grounds for grievance. We very much fear that a public opinion poll of the pop-Jarity of provincial governments would show a distinctly sagging tendency it taken today. come the centre of otie o: food processing areas of Canada the great i cour.trrv- o' with evervbodv r.ess and -.dealum which. and new food industries will draw other industries which will help to stabilize the extensive irrigation projects now in the making. Le'hbridge has a fine opportun- we should tell the -world', 'e can control an J About it ?n for sociallsr AOOJS J don't touch often cic- j lion forces from Europe. strength i KJM C.S Charlottetown, frigate, left Tuesday on a trair.- to chuck out even the price ceihngs i Mr. Atnerton, in a fine passage, and the wage ceilings and offered the ideals of the Victorian trims else that gets in 'he war j Order to a hate-divided world It versity student naval trainees, most "Hiniagrae poor old Coldwcll tryin' (15 a preachment which today may i of them from the University of ing She will carry 80 uiu- V-i. f increased consumer de- oiienng 23 possible insist on a lease of five vears, before he will grant assist- ance. The applicant must also pay 20 per cent of the total amount, he wishes for the purchase of live- stock and equipment when making application but will only be re- quired to reoay another 40 per cent of the total amount, and payments will be spread over ten years, with interest at 31; per cent per annum. For example, suppose a veteran has a five-vear lease on farm valued at S7.000 by the VLA. He can borrow up to 40 per cent of its To get this he must pay 20 per cent, or S560 down- He win then contract to repay 40 per cent of the S2.SOO. or SI .120, to total cost a savine 10 jears to iso borrow the the pur- improvernents _________ Is. This will sum permitted for the purchase of permit him 1o buv a small amount equipment livestock exceed 40 of land and a home. To get this per cent of the valuation which the he pays 10 per cent of tne cost Director shall place on the land down, and repays 50 per cent of which the veteran has leased. the cost. In other words he would This will permit the veteran to psy S30G down, and repay an addj- the exjuipment and live- j tional SI.500. over 25 years. Thus e is IStoc5c necessary to successfully oper- his total cash counting farms which he cannot afford 1 interest at per be "i buy, but which he Is able to ob- i permitting a csah saving of 2 lease agreement. a'doitior-ai S1.200 Thus his cir- no ision was made for Sev. D. K. Allan, for ten years minister at Gieicnen. has accepted a call to the Coleman United Fiockowners of southern AToerta are well ahead with lambing and the first clips of 1926 wool liave been received by the co-operative. mane mace necessarv tne Jng of butter. to men in this Men on farms which can be pur- effect" cf subsidies was to I Sased maximurr. grant !n assistance would total which equals the maxi- mum grant under a standard pur- chase agreement from the VLA. Another important factor in tirls reauce cor-ssaerablj dairy products to the he cost o! 'tnal 's at be j change is that ii permits men who ar.d advised to acquire them in have their own farms, or farms i-f- V 1 U> increase High ap- ithe, wsual manner by of the nutritional value of! rather than by trying to take ad- milk and dairy products will ter.d "ijage of tl-us section. Men on land acquired from the provincial to control a people who won't eien seem drowned out by the clatter I Saskatchewan. They will sail to j cntrl hiauatior. to control runfiation purchase, acquired without VLA assistance, to recene the VLA priorities for the purchase of machinery and other equipment. This is important, for NEWSPAPER! many men have found unable to obtain necassary machin- ery, because previous to these new regulations bemg passed, it was im- possible for them to obtain priori- ties. Kow they' can get the pnonty plus a discount. ;