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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBMDGE HERALD MONDAY, MAY LSMBRIDGE CO.. LTD. Proprietors MM! Publishers Sixth St. S, W. A. BUCEAXAX President and jyfg.rsgtas Director. 1 JOHN TOREANCE Business Manager. Reconsider There is evidence that the Prem- iers of Canada's Provinces are re- the Author of Famous Hymn hand was open to the calls made PICKED UP YOU CAN'T FLY ON ONE WING! H. O. LONG nain Ecitar. C. K- MATTHEWS Secretary. -3 -Tie 3otoi as Second Class Mafl. ost 02ice Department. CKMnJ Post 02ice The Herald Serves the Musical Festival This is Musical Festival Wee's in Abridge. From May 20 to May 24 inclusive the 33th annual Alberta Provincial Musical Festival wX be ield in the city attracting musical people from para of the pro- vince. They will find a hearty. wel- come in Lethbridge and moreover keen appreciation of music. There are few cities ol its size wii-h mere or Setter choral organizations. Musical Festival Week is always a occasion- It is more than competition in the various forms of musical expression, is is a holiday and the holiday spiri" prevails. Folk, old and young, mingle to- gether in happv fellowship. Dull care is USt behind and the exhilar- umiigaa on tne nu atisg atmosphere of festival1 Calgary Herald says: The Provinces wCi hsve to raise mere mcney. asd will ha-.e to co it by dual taxation which In spire of efforts ori the part of parses :o creste the impression that Ottaws neecZessiy extravagant, the fac" is that the average Canadian ino-'S that it is the Dcmirion which is carrying the heavy load, ana it is the Dominion to which the people look for expenditures for rehabili- tation and reconstruction, for re- conversion, for the veterans and for a measure of social security and assitrance of employment. The znind of the people is thai the Do- minion should not be unduly ham- fcSJ i a as Kidds Corners. aiwsjs -.Blued it very mghly. Joseph author of ihe _ hymn "What a Friend We ir.: Probabiy it was tsrocgn Jesus" formed Ea- _______ Consumers' t'nion to uy aed keep down the costs of staple his commodities was adopted by tne It was prjating counterfeit money. About 1S50 Joseph Scrrren came ZC L.C U.M U -v i that bcdv. Some tirae pr.cr to his decline" in those cays.' Her ceath; ,-ew eavs. t_.__ t.-. TTOC a In TTp j emigration from Ireland he had' was a shock _to Jlr. pered is these uc-aertakings. And to presch on market and other to go back. it of Ihev are bunec side bv siae i the people teow. too. ta.-, real anc he i cemetery K Pengelly's lasting prosperity can come to Can- ada only through trace and taxa- tion policies which Ouawa alone can initiate and carry through- Thai is why there is no great sympathy for the Provincial Prem- iers who opposed the Ottawa tax solution, and that is why some of the Premiers are having second thoughts en the matter. As the together with the tenseness j and expectancy fell when, a class is i called, make for an experience long to be remembered. In world filled still with con- fusion and TpjjaTndMsmnrting there Is a. language thas we all can under- stand. It is the language of music. Sometimes we Trader-estimate tiie value of zhe arts ia. a, world of stem materialism. Often music, thorough- ly enjoyable and helpful though it, 3s, fails to get the support it de- serves. Too often music in our schools is neglected. This is not as it should be. The cultural aad spiritual values of life are import- ant, the? can be made a. force for peace should be encouraged. Th9 Alberta Musical Festival Association is to be commended on tha thoroughly persistent aad cour- ageous way it has handled the festival during the difficult war years. Some festivals were dropped but EOI the Alberta competitions. And now, with the return of peace, the festival is 'equipped and ready to meei the increased interest In masic beginning to show itself. IFesnral organization, interest and loyalties are at high level as the large list of entries for tMs week's competitioiis indicates. Edward Johnson, Cansdian-bom manager of the Metropolitan Opera Association of Sew York, has said: "Rhythni and melody are as essen- i tial to the human soul as food is to! the body." And to the Musical Festival officers end committee, the erninens adjudicators from the Old Country, Mr. Arnold Goldbrough and Mr. Sidney Harrison, the great numbers of eager, excited boys and girls and the dignified but none ihe less excited adul; competitors and the inen and women of the festival atidiences we say welcome. Let's Think in the terms of "Music for the rather than for the critics as we eater Musical Festival Week. Even Premier Drsw of On- tario, after canvassing unfavor- able reaction to his obstruction- ist tactics as Ottawa, has pro- claimed his Government's will- ingness to resume negotiations at- Ottawa. It they are to re- sol; in agreement, he will have to adopt a atore reasonable at- titude. But- will he. snd will Premier Dupiessis cf Quebec? If, as Premier Garson cf Mani- toba, said the other day, we are not to "reven; to the jungle of uncer- tainty of the 1930's" the Premiers had better go back to Ottawa once Eiore, and this time they should go with a determination to 2nd a solution for our gravesi post-war national problem, nos with, ihe idea of -finding how many arguments they ran develop for refusing to reach a sane understanding. with of occasion he was pelted; tss :ud while preaching in iron tavern, ilr. Scriven knelt i cemetery a, mS j 55 and 60 old was found Sa tioned was of an otherw: When convened jects as written bv his life long i W probably unitecf with "some separ- friend. James Sack-.-ille stist societv. About ISiO there was home he ciec. at. whose urcav night in Junction Creek, near Sadb'ury. The bodj- is believed to have been in the creek for seven or eight months. in the Xew York World-Telegram. Southern Alberta Opinion the Weekly THIRD SUGAR FACTORY IX SOUTH 13-ooks Bulletin) The Lethbncge district is to get a third sugar beet, factory, the Rogers sugar interests having an- nounced tiiat a plans will be built near Bamweli. It will cost 32 millions and will be ready operation in 1948. are well founded. It is not unusual us to have no moisture hi the spring, rather i'; would be unusual for us to have it in the months of June and Julv, which if thas were the case it would still be un- usual to have a. bumper crop in the fall. In starting with an un- This" anao-Jncement should not turns out to be righc! A packet containing SiTO.OOT J discouarge farmers in the Eastern, west. for usual spring and ending an unusual fall ii woulc up with certainly iowsh-'a and s'ucv assembling as i o? disciples of Christ" on every lord's SackviUe wrote: GSV To break bread." The mem- worn cown witr. toil ana ms "there WES a unity and love and; through the years. In the end o. fWlnwshln arconc Af- i bis oays ne lanea to trass GOd ..O sweet fellowship among Af jLHiiu j 4. ter his coaveriion he united with provide for ius coculy wants and u> resign himself to tne will 01 Goo, His benevoleasp was extreme. anc his way of life was marked bv austeritv. In one of the papers he has left behind he observes: "The wearing of geld and expen- sive clothes made in the world's style is as much forbidden as stealing. If I scend five cents on some unnecessary thing for orna- ment, thai money would buy soine- resign--------- and to waii. patiently until the iord's time came to release him from the bodv and him. horse to Himself." Having heard of his illness. Mr. SackviUe hastened to him and found, him "prostrate in j jjj mind and body, nis greatest _fear j v- here should re- double their efforts to have a sugar D. W. Crombie. supermtenqent bee. factOry established in this nj uicrcin. .JiTiiiij.. iiicr i -L t 1 "WCSLTlCG IV! til 2t Oi VA i O.LIU _ and aV'MrSc-re" "said ure and disappointment in his worfc ac Byron. Ont.. said all surgical op- From the sugar beet a sizeaole Inoian population hvmg _ _i._ Tw mov! __.. _njv on mp UTtn fT-lDOQ of the Queen Alexandra sanatorium aad productve Eastern IrriT SOME INEQUALITIES DEBATED (Macleod Gazette) The executive committee of ifac- leod branch of ihe Canadian Le- gion, in pondering on qualifications lor membership, came across a knotty question. Macleod has- quite THAT BODY OF YOURS (JAMES W. BARTON. MJM OF BOWEL A disease now very caramon was unknown or rather was not found frequently just a lea" years ago. TO- dav it Is called colitis whereas to former days the physician simply stated that" the patieM had alternat- ing diarrhoea and eoEstipatica. from some cause. As the word -iiis" ahsays means "inflammation Of" are apt tO think, of colitis as iailaBJ22aiioa_of the colon dourer bowel or large in- As a matter of fact coUus. the ordinary or saucous colitis, is not an infjammatioa cf the coioa but an Another ex- ample is the name rhinitis, which means an irritation of tile nose. In both colitis and rhinitis the irrita- tion causes a flow of liquid or not pus as in the case of a true inflammation caused by cer- tain types of organ-sins. Similarly just as certain substances can cause irritation of the nose, with a flow of liouid from nose, so also can certain substances cause irritation of the colon and cause an increased flow of However, in ordinary colitis there is first diarrhoea, then constipation, then diarrhoea, then consupauoa and so on. When constipation is present there is no bowel movement or u present the bowel movements are hard and dry. not forming the usual consistency of waste but firm. When diarrhoea is present the stools are soft and mushy but in most cases do not occur more often than the normal number. It. is strange but. during constipa- tion the patient has less pain and distress than when diarrhoea is nresent despite hardness of the stools. The pain is not severe, in fact K is more of an uneasy or un- comfortable feeling. What treatment? In the mushv or diarrhoea, condi- tion soft foods, free cf roughness should be used that is no fruits, vegetables, and whole grain cereals. Foods that- may be eaten are well cooked cereals; soft boiled eggs, lean tender meats; milk, bread and butter, custards, gelatin. During constipation, cook- ed fruits and vegetables should be eaten, once a day, avoiding how- ever, celery, radishes, cucumbers, onions, cabbage. Jains and jellies may be used. This diet is followed even where cause of colitis is ner- vousness or emotional disturbances. erations'at; the sanatorium may this area has "been neg- _the Peigan and Blood reserves, m stBTnterill soon unless the I Tr rhnr rhp fsrmpTT; ana during tne dar ot 1914-18 and come to a standstill soon unless the j It seems that the farmers. institution is able to obtain at least 10 or 12 more graduate nurses. Fumes from z. faulty refrigerator] themselves, with the assistance of ihe government, the job. will have to do and during in the recent war, Tnriigns volun- teered for active service, as did In- dians from other reserves in Can- ada, This area can produce sugar just Ijowrv. 65. was taken to; about that! but was" released after ex- other tenants suf- CLEAN TiP, PAINT reproach that ere of his shirt and in. the words he spoke a few oays before his wish the tua. would take me In The onlv put on for ornament, if he end rus confidence in God .as ..o wpirs studs, sold chains aad cloth- his own personal safety ana ongiu WhAJ -at, referred speak only of women s clothing, but if a. man wears cuffs s-ar> first designed as, High Protein. From Kansas comes a warning fhai the continual removal of soil fertility frotri wheat land is lower- tes the protein content of the wheat with the result that, millers are growers they must do some- thing to restore soil fertility. Great- er Tise of artificial fertilizers 5s suggested. Here tr. Western Canada the high j protein wheat comes from the -vsry' rich soil of the plains area. It has teen suggested many that low protein wheat from the less arid park belt should be sold on a differ- ent grace basis in order that world Importers might cot get low protein grain when they think they are buying high, protein wheats such as come from the plains area where short rainfail makes for a. higher protein content. However, the Kansas experience should be noted here ia the plains area. We must aot expect to con- tinue taking fertility ouj; ol the soil year after year and returning noth- ing if we expect to continue to grow high protein wheat which is wanted by flour millers everywhere. We have the combination of weather and soil to make hard wheat. We can't do much about the weather but we can do what is necessary to maintain soil fertility. Dispersing Industry Britain is facing one serious prob- lem of the future- Whac with the atomic bomb and the lack of assur- ance that the Sedgling United Na- tions organization will work. Great Britain knows how vulnerable is her place if another war should break out. The Government and industrial- ists are, therefore, discussing the advisability of the dispersal of key industries so that, in the event of war, her industry might not be wiped raids. Comiao: Ministers that some British indus- tries may be dispersed to the Do- minions, and as a result some key workers may be allowed to migrate with the dispersed industries. The discussion in Britain importance iiere in Canada, and it is one place where the Govern- ment might well interfere with in- dustrial plans for the future good of the Dominion. The tendency in Canada is to have industries along] the Si. Lawrence Kiver and the Great Lsses waterfront for cheap- ness in moving the raw materials which may have to be imported, and because o- cheap hydro-electric power. The result of such a pro- gram which has been greatly to the benefit of Ontar.o and Quebec. is that, should a war break out, Canada's industrial might could be badly crippled by air raids on a comparatively few cities. Russia is not following such a coarse. Under totalitarian rale in- dustry Js not lefs to choose sites an eye alone on cheapness of wears studs, gold chains and cloth ing of a more experisive than would be curable afford the same comfort, he is as much dis- obeying the word of Goa as a woman who wears feathers, ear- rings and bracelets. If we avoid unnecessary and upscripmr- al expense there would be no need of asking the people of the world for rnonev to carry on Christ's, work or of getting -up certs banquets and other unscrip- tural means of coaxing money from the people of trie world, as though prospecs of eternal glory were un- Josenh Scriven's hvmn has been ataifaiiied to "Eoranus Bonar and to some other great, hymn It has been translated into many languages and more than tiity iu-i- lion copies are known to have been ttost-war __ __ _ for the South trade, "arrived Satur- dav at Table Bay, Capetown, after beating the New York-to-Cape cargo liner record by four hours. The Africa Star mace the trip ia 16 days, 11 hours. The man who haved the life of Former Jatsanese Premier Hideki Tojo, has arrived in Halifax. He is "Mai. I. B. Gold. United States Armv "Medical Corps. The major administered the blood transfusion published. Mr. Sankey used to sa_. Tojo's life after the un- that. wherever he sang It. it suicide attempt of the a greater favorite with_ tne people fonaer jaDanese leader. of his time than any otner. it has __ sung its inspiring comfort into mil- j lions of souls, and continues to oear (Ciaresholm Local Press) There are a number of_ citizens in for a. jolt one of these line days if Town Officials take a notion to insnecc the back yards. This is the third week we have been harping on the Clean-TJp campaign, and to some the message hasn't sunk home yet. Don't say we didn't warn you. The completion of the resurfac- ing of the highway between Clares- holm and Calgary this year will _____ __ _ __ _ ip in donning the King's uniform. They are for- bidden to buy a glass of beer in a Legion, club or In any other licensed premises. Cn the other hand, there are colonies of Hut- terites whose religious views forbid them taking up arms, and whose only contribution towards Sbe.. de- fence of the country, if it can be called so. was to be compelled to work in civilian employment as di- rected by the government. They enjoy the privileges denied to EH Indian who has tasen uo arms. 20 Years Ago Prom the files of The Lethbridge Eerald. A crew has arrived as Bow Island to drill for oiL Cardston is to build a new high. school immediately. The debentures wfll amounc to S35.000. At Pincher Creek 14.000 are being As Pincher Creek 14.000 trees are being planted on the E. Cook farm. Emnire nay will be marked !n city schools by speeches and presenta- tions. Southern Alberta business men have organized the Pass Oil Com- pany, Ltd.. with G. F. Bietcher, manager -for Great West Rubber Pbocwear, as president. see man? tourists from across the snt say tnat intoxicating see man? oursts rom across e border going through our town. We more narmiul to an In- can give these tourists a lasting impression of Claresholm if they, see all the yards clean aact buildings freshly painted. It would j surprise one to know the number" than to a white man, yet we seen some poor examples of nen who have drunk more than thev could gracefullv carry. Can it be wondered as. if the ex-service Indian feels the unfair- IE mav ______ beg" from Satan." j hope through the stormy passages j 'iVhen Sir. Scri-ea had means his of Germany In Memory of W. D. Albright that drive down and around armed force of German the main streets before connnuing i not be advisable to allow the gen- experienced painters are now avail- 1 belief that intoxicating liquor Let's erase the gnme and of. ?n5" descnption is dreds of hungry _ police have permission to use their firearms and some looters already j D i his effort. His was a far-ranging seeking always an ever re- farm. A resolution urging the national chamber to study electoral reform for Canada with a view to urging introduction throughout the Domin- ion o: resentation ed Saturday gion Four Junior Chambers of Com- merce of Canada at Fort, Francis. Richard Goldberg of Pembroke, able. dirt of the war years by giving our buildings a fresh outlook on Me. THE HUTTERITES (High River Times) It is rumored that the Eutterite arising from the davs when corrupt traders supplied them with liquor which really was Over at Cardston. on the Blood reserve, there is a memorial win- in the Anglican church in hon- cial government gave effect 10 a war measure suspending all pur-, chase of land until one year alter j the war. The expirv date of that' measure is May. 1B47, and there Is s round' or of Indians who were killed in search i the First Great War. Yet men such as these who fought and came back cannot legally buy a glass, of beer. The Road Ahead __-_ _ S? JUS IT dUU ti io ceding goaL That is the lesson o- fishing in the Mus.-rrav Ri.er at j noc a }n the ,_orld lilat his life, the message he left beninc Meath. accidentally j thrifty, land-conscious people are j onward, alwavs and brought to the surface the body human mind there is on earth l of 22-year-old Robert Barrett. Rela- tenniaal station, no ultimate i tives said the lad. a son of Mrs. Blanche Barrett of Ottawa, had from a several ______ _ _ J. Harper Prowse, MJUA. THE TAX MUDDLE What They Say lord Halifax, on his retire- ment as British ambassador to the United States: Most of us are conscious of living today in sn uncomfortable world. Is full of questions to which no man at present can return a sure an- swer, and of problems for which there is no quick or easy solution. Sometimes we are beset by doubts the reality of the victory we have won; of. the extent to which we can all work together to insure the world agair-st the scourge and tragedy of war; of our capacity to scientific knowledge we have ac- quired. Bat, as we pick our way across this boggy and uncertain country, presently we coene to a patch of good, firm ground on which we can stand and be secure. And that ground, of course, is the friend- ship and co-operation of the peo- ples of the United States and the British Commonwealth. been fishing hours before. Seventeen persons were rescued from, life boats and the crew of one keeping that date in mind. Xbr is there anv reasonable doubt that 3ver since the Dominion-Provin- -e keeoins a" e-- on conference ended in a stale- ,e Keeping, a.- on ce..ir matj> m-pv.- of tnev are Keening an eve on able ranch or farm land with a 01 view to purchase when the ban on sale of land to them is off. It may also be accepted that the land of their choice is in any re- i i beea %ery busy assuring all who ,---------his the and colleague. Mr. marra'actore. In Russia industry has been taken "behind the on a large scale, and workers have AX ENGLISHMAN IN KANSAS i! tn0 UJo nian 15 me ti.c i _: fas bullet wound ir. his back and two preuy for future colony expansion j instance her as saying; the world, others faced charges as a result of i legislation more enduring j Afjs -a_ci S. J5? and the wealJi zrom which his During my _ ______ _ some for Farmer s xhev wheat, arid jaair.'.y reporting con- j eat "the biggest steaks ir, ventions. writing gossip from the i nlslike the British and enjoy pro- asked lae if I could name a man of his arrival, he writes, two things i what police say was an attempt to j than the provincial war measure chicker-s" from henhouse eoes into effect. 1 coupled with suggestions for Irp- j T proveinent I have r.o :dea of that crr.ic-.sirj. he the been moved there to operate them. Russia is depending on the provec- or.Iy 21 at the time. I rr.enticnec "Two leading business men. unlocked the safe and took oat the first bottle of Johnnie Walker I'd seen ir- seven years." Jewish refugees from the rector- ships Fede and Fenics set foot Sun- day on the foil of the Promised Lshd. six weeks after they draia- brotisht their plight to the attempt- to Pales- shrUg. distance and an industry interest terials which are in such short sup- plv. The head offices of most of Canada's big finance companies, mortgage com- panies, manufacturing and sales and distributing concerns are lo- cated in Ontario and Quebec- And that is where the profits which are made in all parts of the country finallv end up. When Mr. Drew says that On- tario has not enjoyed special privi- leges he is letting his provincial pnde blind his good judgment. As it is possible that Dr. Drew, who sems to have an uncanny knacfc of making himself believe anything he likes to, actually believes that Ontario is peopled by a race of supermen it probably would be un- fair to accuse him of making a dis- honest statement. However. Mr. Drew isn't entire- Iv blind to facts. He apparently sees something menacing to On- tario's present situation in the sug- gestion that it should be placed on arouse I lne w.tano is umitea.- the same basis as the other prov- w.cespreaa sentences seem to be inces- He mentions. "We must be strange bed-f csaeSvl we do noi produce a situa- If my memorv of historv serv-s 1 of y are drawn are not obtained rXCSUAt. SPRING