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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1946 HEBAUB CO, LTD. Proprietors Publishers 323 Sixth St S., W. A. BCCEAKMJ nt Managing Diwctar. JOHK TORRANCB THE WEEK IN THE NEWS! A Great Inheritance World the political What has come to be regarded as v has and- tf we have a thought to what they "day proclaims in the new term which has over food pro-; the British Commonwealth of Nations dsiKisn c: ccasuaer gooes i far? of industrial arrest. PICKED UP Empire Day [tf PASSING WHERE ARE THE HIRED MEN? POP. THE BUSY READER Hotels operated by the Canadian j National Railways showed a total! profit for last year of President Truman's famine mittee asked restaurants to serve! bread only when customers specific- j E. G. LOKO- Editor. C. S. MATTEEWS Secretary. a S'.VJ31 o'clock for a i .'s measles epidensic still gcicff strona Thursday with Citv Health Officer Dr. G. M. Lit- bringi how interdependent Newspapers is Alberta and Brit- ish Columbia and all down the western coast- of United States are on shor: newsprint rations these days because a dispute over wages arid hours of work in British Co- lumbia logging camps has fcro-Jght production of logs tc a stancsuli. Thousands of new homes in 'West- ern Canada now in. the building sisge will be delayed at z when the most acute housing short- age in history is causing complaints. Stoppage of work in. this one area is having a widespread effect and continuation oft human nature is constituted, in the truth that no! human institution can be said to be perfect. But_ _.. _. can be with truth that the British Empire with its j JiV'WpoTtVng "a'S'addidor-aTsTcases dispeoples, aims at implementing the concepts of >rominent place j Eroressor R. s. together With Wilson, dean of applied science las the XJniversiiv o: Alberta where its ne servine since 1919. was the British presideli: too much to say.' cent of "normal as against, 32 per cent a vear ago. Last year Yiest- e-s Canada raised less than a nor- is still leading: it. Therefore. Empire Day can fittingly ___.___be called a "day of thanksgiving by those who are privileged to live within the folds of what is conveyed nor- i. i name> tke British Empire. reserves.- We hai-e had a dry spnag j siccst uriiversallv from the heac of the Great Lakes the Rockies snd even beyond, on the upper slopes of the Rockies. The situation in U.S. is some- j wha; better, but it is still a long way from rosy. Rains have been We Don't Deserve Democracy in the Christian Science Monitor. Ottawa Letter Prime Slinister Kins Xears Impor- tant Date in his Louy Public Carter. f long, continued. thoasaisss of men out of work zs the sioppsge of -wori in U.S. soft coal mJaes crippled industry in hundreds of dependent indus- tries. Tinie scotrv, and not of a cnar- acterl Some weather forecasters in U.S. are talking about the possi- bility tha; this issy vear since 1856, and quote the evi- dence of tree rings to prove it. Thev bank oa the SOU-year cycle. It is devoutly to be hoped their dire nredictions do not come true. -ft .Recent cuts in rations Why Blame Mr. King? By WALLACE HOFPZR The other evening I attended a house party where tier: got if ng i attenoea a icg. a taey toos: Tirnp OUL as, nu. e the conversa- j for retrospect, it was to wonder to politics. Kow, j it all happened. What had nTl Tnr-.Tr This dl- HHpTlV Was The conversation took this di- rection more often, it seems quite likely that some of the things said happened, brieily was this: The carceis needed a front and focal point; the monocle .Prussian. t in Ger- i that evening would never have been j militarism, fastened oa and said at all; indeed, would be seen big rotten little mob was on top when oyz forefathers cai down OTTU trees, ous and bull; their homes barns, cabblea their ovm shoes, spua rnpir own. "srool linen, made their own candles. Man less sa independent citizen. irorried only about food, clothing and shelter, read the Bible and Pil- grim's Progress, Knew T-reeis after- wards thas Welfingtoa had won the battle of Waterloo. Bus today so- cieiy is so comples, and we are sj dependen; upon one another that, TPhea one stops wcrk many others may "be forced to do so. The re- duction ia tae 51m of ne-Bspapers bring feoaie to many people -sre are far from being the independsns people we boast TE are. It, looks as if it would take period of travail to prove to each other thai; no longer lives an isolated existence, and thas the extent, of our riches is the sum- total of all our production. When we learn that, we may be less sel- fish about many things. many have been severe- tria "and Hungary come reports of i drought, and that is the Danube country, one of the best of the Eu- ro jean" wheat-producing areas. Rus- sia is said to be short of food now for her people though it is hard to get the real facts. However, the comeback in the Ukraine. Russia's bread basket, has not been what had been, hoped. Ir. is said that millions ia China mav starve ia spite of all that verv people who said them IT really were: vicious of the heap. Let us not fool ourselves. It is -r_____ still true that IT CAN HAPPEN trivia, of a type that was without vrr.RT? if -are prove unqualified to Speedup ia the movement; of sur- plus war goods for sale purposes can. be expected immediately. C. E. Elliott of Ottawa, supply manager for War Assets Corporation, said in Edmonton. J. W. Robinson of Vancouver was elected president of the Whole- sale Grocers' Association of Canaoa at final sessions 01 tae group s taree- day convention at Seigniory Club. Que. He succeeds Michael of Halifax. Montreal's fire department exper- ienced its most hectic nieht in masy inonths as Victoria. Day celebrants kept firemen manic? in circles with bonfires raeins in-streets asd lack lanes all evening. They answered 150 alarms. With a perfect accident record for the first three months of 1946, the R.C.AJF. Elephant Transport Squa.1-} June iOch. Prime1 insstsr Mackenzie King enter weii Minis: upon his twentieth year in that of- fice i -pfused to pcreT irei} pf-n hai German oonaage are siowrv siarv- .eiusea to accep. c..eni a..a to dgath zrrmes, would be to uut 3. cisii5e in the United Nations" charter which would allow international law to deal with individuals, whether thry be statesmen or othcrwi.sc, who fos- ter international strife. according to reports, are getting the Allies more despised and disused than the Germans ever were. de-Nazify the pitiful 'ons at our eyer- Rassians made plain its intention to fight if that should be necessary. In the meantime it is being treated to the war cf nerves that is one of Mos- cow....... and proved and nerves the courage but against its exchequer, for the expense of keeping large forces continually under arms is a heavy burden. It was effective against ______., __ __ ___ not only Iran but the United Na- i of years of war and destruction, tions. So far it has proved the fsct that we found our- lective against the Turks. iseves faced with a task too great. is directed not only against merely serve to convince the jrage of the resisting state German people that Hitler was right ---------people when he warned them against the menace of Red Russia. Probably it isn't anybody's fault. Probably it is merely the heritage yide up She taxation field. The east is against the west, Ontario against Quebec. Whenever two men meet they find something to 'disagree about. And this what we fought for? Was this what you sent your sons and husbands out, to die for? Was this what jeu suffered and sacrificed, blta ar.d sweated for? Distrust in the inter- national field. Provincialism and secdonal greed in the national field. Labor unrest. Financial fear. Indi- vidual selfishness. Yes. we won the war. Ar.d Twas a farr.ous victory." But somehow that is aH it seems to we thought it would be so much more time. MEWSPAPEJRl ;