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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID UEIHBRH5GE CO, LTD. Proprietors mad Publishers K3 Stsla SV S, ijeibfcriage, Alberta. W. A. BUCHANAN President and. JOHK TQBKANCK Macagac. Future of Aviation Board of Trade for to the city J. director cf en- gineering for Glovicr for Settlement of Dwnxittioii-FroYhicial Tax Problems i H. O. Ediior. MATTHEWS Secretary. PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE B0SY HEADER 1 Ottawa Letter are bet, The. blue se i I ccler the devo; and the deep blue sea m MILLION FACE THIS C. Zjethbridge business men AtKfit Bureau ol CUwclaiicaa. 1 per year. I liters touching :h- larger c.nires i which woaid take a. hearr legibilities is, "deal "of bridging. The .v..J province was represented by_ ?re- cf the be beld __ Alberta all .I Timber In- said in Ed- This was ob- heavy worked w. a zuier vho ce-, 13-fc'v In a sense this country about reached a. to whether it is to operate a. confederacy 01 moving Soarard ultimate. lanijSuoc- or whether H apsroved s bill for settlement oT Turkey's lead-lease account which cali for a Turkish payment of Hon. Alfred StirUES. Australian The Hera'd Serves the South' Tbe rain is one tasris: welcome open arms. Unfor-, tuns-ely he doesn't seem to Lethbricge much to his lining. cf feeder airlines daring recent i ana so iar ircm exmaiung mcsi Seied :o have hardened rus heart., -.ha-, toward the centre bu, Sr 7T T r-o T.H6 !W_. It is significant. I thinS triiunchast welcome to remier ThfTwoi rhar'es Kennedv, manager of the .______-.-. sst Dupiessis was prepared a: least a 3 :e-ars years but LWO beiore the brcke up. these circa B to a dscer: domestic price far tie ranchmen. A Third Sugar Factory I served and to tie Use. Tien insensediste type planes carry passengers and msil along the TTtain Use :o the points wbere -jslrdsanrfacwri-ior SOB-IKE I express liners stop, and the bjg planss will carry the on to the big ciues east or wast, or to the ocean terminals for trans- Alberts is announced today by Canadian Sugar Factories Lid. operaters of the plants a; Picture SuJte and Haymond. TThis mill wiB be built in the Taber-BamweU- Coaldaie district and will be a trend new factory. Tisis is good news. It nif been iels for years that the area, thst Is to ges the mffi, iias merited s factory. There is no better beet producing district in Koria. America and repeatedly it has topped tne list in sere tonnage in tiie an- nual Kgiiteen Ton Club competi- liois. Tie country east of tiie city1; The feeder line oceaiac crxssij will depend for its success o development of planes which are economical in operation, and which can be landed on the air strips which tbs smaller towns may be able to furnish- But until these feeder lines are in operation we will not be able to say that Sere in Csnada we i-zve reached tne peak ol airline development, provieing .1 Canadian Pacific r- soon. Premier i Association, a: the annual meeting MacDonid as much as ore- in the Sctec that last Friday confederation in the Washington Post. Glass Fragments for Church Windows descent', the padre saio. "These are symoolic of the strug- il'Sc E-Te sju Lite iic c'e of asainst the Xazi i churches, but gathering the _ ___i___ is- while serving j bombs were dropped, but one land- 100 yards from the church and ovrseas with the Royal Regiment, j ec Keeotiaticns between Housing i seldom in his service throughout, i sra cterorises LtcL. and the city of j Easianc. Wales. France. Belgium smashed ail the windows. FRIDAY, MAY THAT BODY OF YOURS (JAMES W.BARTOX. M-DJ PREVENTING FIAT FEET tt is to be hoced that our army physicians, returned to civilian jractice. will give more attention to ;he feet of their patients. physicians have not only learned .a) how much it means to our fight- ing: men to hav? feet f from pain, and how to treat painful feet. Despite the fact that shoe raanti- factsirers are trying to procuce "sensible" shoes for both men and women, there are still a great num- ber who do net know the type or shoe their particular feej- need to give ease, comfort asid support. Tnss means thst our nhysicians though not insisting on "the military type of shoe which gives" com- fort io many, can advise-their pa- tients who have paiaful feet what they reouire in a shoe that suits their feet-. In Clinical Medicine. Dr. Walter Tnislow. Brooklyn. N.Y- states that "the average physician may do much to relieve the simple disorders of first sr-d second degree flat foot. These esses r.eed: 1- Shoes tag enough to avoid faulty pressure fects other than where pressure-is needed 2. Sufficient support for arch of foot. 3. Educating the mus- cles esnecialiy the muscles that hit up the" arch and help to make foot like the claw of a bird. should be roomy, es- neciaih-Yt the front with little or no should have a rigid shank .where fror.t and part of shoe meet) and a closely fittea heel with a stiff counter supporting back of TQe hee! should teno higher than the describes a simple Kidding and strapping which the pSivsician should apply ana hold In pla'ce with adhesive plaster, cbaag- this iernoorary pad for a leather or cork support to be worn per- ____ of that was spending. Se odds are very heavily _ loaded inces iii iifca Wales. France. Belgium j "Some said the ram haa oeen xm-.-.-i. iEdmobion on erection by the com- jar-A Holland, was he without just for me ana. 01 course, premiers stood out aga-rst a jceai s respect '.h22 i psnv ol 40 apartment blocks on hn his and when his col- I oicked up some of the broken ?.sjd made agreement passiole. iney; Jasper avenue, lection completed more than the padre related. Taen ____ tO _ ___ _____________- ?i_ _t_____s IHc CCCS SiC r line aaains: ananiniiiy. in 1941 three', agencies of sovernsea: pJemiers stood out against a jceai t respects -ian tne rt.-Vil.lii is d I New Brurswick stood out j turning of tne rfemocrscv in -Japan is against a constitutions! amendment. haps tae iastonc was j -J _ V e i the soil, the sunsjiine snfi water to make it an ideal district for a factory. It is compact and settled by a taiifty, progressive lot of f armeis. There is another factor that should not be oTfiriooked in the! ver? pisssing announcement ot the Rogers sugar interests. Tais- is the huge potential new beet production sres tlist will be opened up once the St. Mary dam is built and water available for canal extensions east of Tsber. There 3s region there of more tHan acres and to stabilize its agricultural economy just such, an industry as test- sugar will be necesary. Advent of a third factory in region is entirely feasible in view of severe declines in beet productiOE in the world especially in countries -where industry has been disrupted by war. It is esti- nsateQ production is down. 44 per cent from the peak of 1938-40. Canada is Effected by this world situation and any encouragement to domestic sugar production is only tiie coarse of wisdom. Tee WET emergency taught us tnat lesson. We are pleased tiiat strong, fully financed Canadian interests will nndertEks t.'-...R enterprise which is just another step in the industriali- zation of Southern Alberta on the basis of its varied soil products. This is a trend of development that is winning ever widening support. and it is winning that support be- cause it is basically sound. The orderly development of tae beet sugar million bags o' sugar are now being refined at the Baymond and Picture Butte factor- ies one of the most cheering signs in tiie general econ- omic pictiire. the uasseaaer and TraU service to majority of the people winch they will feel taey nave a right to expect. It is to be imped that governments will help in every pos- sible way the development of feeder lines, and tliat these will give the airmen who did such great Job during the war an opportunity to remain in the Sying. business. and it had to 125 churches were represented. Delivery was made in huge straw- getting fined crates, for British glass and sss re- i -window workers had carefully lead- mtional amendment baps the historicDecision hi be .This last week in lavor 01 a roVEl Drijla lambia and Alberta Much depeacs on waeuiei-tier Do- lu-.a .o aH2lilsiilSi: i done after the last war. abdi- Monaay. -iiv iisa i -Binaow workers nsa careiuuy ieau- priace_w20 pieces together into seven ams. _ne is j beautiful stained-glass windows. "irtle on edge to see going to Major a fragment of glass was left. Glass ile overseas, i was gathered at St. Paul's while the he cleared his conscience. "For be- ing in cahoots with the by giving the first donation to the window restoration funo. Coventrv is in the collection, too, hut the bombing there was so dis- astrous that in many cases not even LU -V-letJUi f Vi a saiii. overseas, j was gathered at St. Paul's while the Daper form of the window j padre served on fire watch, ana a jni to me and the work- piece or two was picked T if- -crin Ht. 1941. was ranch 1S4S. Joan Bracisn is tha leader of tiie Progressive Conservatives, but Premier Drew is still the big noise. We're Doing Better People are so deadly oi inflation that, even while tney're criticizing controls, ihey are willing to put up wiui a good deal 01 bureaucracy- to prevent runaway prices. A letter from China, reached a Lethbridge citizen the otnar day. It had S250 in stamps on it, which js misnful of the millions of maxss a stamp cost in Germany after the Pirst Great War. such tilings which, have iterative iii was more "critical in cate in favour of the provinces anc, i private enterprise sna .____ _ SECL TTtjeress one is driven to i upon baisncing its budget to saake when it! cueing Dossimon taxation? ask. can'we hope to laake--------- depends on uuaniinity_faetweep. ten j autonomous lTr> nrn of last week's Eghiy-three ;_A. buildings throughout- the world and the homes oi 605 secreiaries were des- I think it will i .rindows with the finest designs will he dedicated as war memorial windows. Between them will be a plaque mads from j to the windows. church ruins at Prance, where the Hoyals staged their first assault against the Germans. Ant- werp, and Groesbeek. Holland, are the other continental contributions oak timbers salvaged" irora the ruins of a burned overseas church. -While in Sjgland it occurred to ilUIiiCS UA. ACivnL c LAX T? y> iliitT 5 J. vj troved and need to be rehabilitated. that a memorial window from J. "Hartley Fowler, international j bombed British churches would be T _T" A IT. t rttlirft