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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGI FOUK THE LETEBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, MAY fe i LCTHBRIDGE ESRAUQ CO- LTD. Proprietors and PubJisiaerg 323 Sixta St. S, Southern Alberta Opinion the Weekly PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE BUSY READER Isolation Under Umbrella what They Say business. We are merely confused. If. as the Chicago Tribune states, the American public is going broke All passenger freight service between Canada and the United States by rail has been restored, UL Sir- -13' OLT JiOz2I.-3.glZc OvlrplU-U. OlT GfiD CIS i-ill succeed Admiral Lord Louis J public'siripaed naked be- Moucthatten as southeast Asia i of'thp donations of the Deiao- W. A. BUOHAMAK Maiming DincMr the "Lrtle thev are becoming JOHN TORRANCE C. It MATTHEW! Secretary. pcmer movers at I-AO or three the normal all add up ore nicrf larm forces so. the theatre. G EANOMOTHEK. Member Bureau Winnipeg Free Press) The Chicago Tribune, a loud- mouthed, swaggering isolationist newspaper whose arguments against tlie United States loan to Britain and the granting of aid to Europe have been conspicuous more for their vehemence than their accur- acy. sometimes is a trifle confusing. trying to keep Europe afloat, how can Americans afford 5125 um- brellas? Or maybe ifs only the men who are going broke, and then only because the -women have such a distaste for ram they are pre- pared to spend for an uai- ------5 ec us as or us-1 ________ i-iupid because appar- j estJv need to be .eld the tcsEgs cay alter day, i-ear Baiter I HA 1 TI-A For a number oi years many in- tap or :ountain :o restore s Having shed appropriate tears for the bankruptcy of the American public as a result of its A l.OQQ-woro. resolution issueo by oenerosijy to nar-raiased MUes the All-India Congress party mace the Tribune then publishes, on i- rbsr uav, by Mar- and Comijany offering ipt people of Chicago ranging in price SJ25. Gloves to match t prices ranging from On ihe front page of ihe breila. In" that case, the plight of American men is not much dif- ferent from that of men in most countries. But why fcianie the as- sistance given to European coun- tries for the empty pocket books of men tiho have wives vtso want JI25 umfrrelias? i j or auvonc eiie i w.aiwra AILU ine great; uss ?wt me ernsey in the Channel Islands, i spending for an umbrella. Get- 1 good fortune to play a part with .t Oafcrille. CtoU if the five- ting wet, can be a pretty nasty those who made a difference. In- Serman occupation had 1 S-art th clothins drive and, plaaaiag what vo-a can lor ths ill-dad o: Europe. Jaret GueritJ. a catt'e breeder of Gue; said a year German occupatio: ed cue mere -airuer. the famed Guernsey cattle herds would have been depleted almost to vanishing point. He is in Canada for the first post-war consignment sale ol tbe Guernsey Cattle Breeders' club of Ontario. Six members of the- crew of the Canada Steamship S.S. Battleiortl and a. represen- tative of the Montreal local. Canadian Seamen's Union, were arrested by municipal police ia Montreal on charges under the Canada Shipping: Act arisuu; out of the strike declared by the union on company ships. Now. we have nothing whatever t Americans or anvoce else Views of the Press OUR MJK- KJ.VG i RUBBER HEELS I a-ater in the body tissues. j trv Dr. Stewart, describes a pre- after extensive j Many Your Newspaper The Herald asSs its readers and advenisers to bear us in the FAKM ACCIDENTS j Creek Echo) j recently a orenous attempts :o find a suitable (overturned ms rubber-urec tractor while traveling on the road. Tha j farmer was injured and prescribed contains greatly curtailed siae of the pape: due W ihe work stoppage ia the British Columbia woods. Today we _ beginning a 20 per reduc- j tion in the size of llse Herald. If i ferences the situation does not clear in a week, nexs -s-eek -ere be forced M aais another SO per ceni. reduction. "WTe shaE make ererr effort to ccaserre newsprmt to enable cor> unui logs agsis. a roH io tSc plans. .____________________________ 5 srains of table sail (sodium ch-o- __, __ _ _ j ride> wstr1. other mater.als to maie The Road Ahead One :3bSe: By Capt. J. Harper Prowse. 3LLA HOUSING IN BRITAIN to be two basic dif- Till then TTC will be able to publish only absolutely essential aevs and idTerasemenit- We are sure the The Herald 2ias served oefa'eec. the and" the hous- The firsz ciiferenc" is that the problem' is far more serious m Britain where a glass of water a pleasant drink. One to Oiree pints t2 to 6 cf this mixtirre during the 8 hour shift -Kill crevent the ocse; o" symptoms in the great majority of workers on hot processes or during ho; weather within close spaces- Previous sdrice on the use of salt tablets suggested the use of a 15 grain tablet of table salt every time the worker took a i Forcible administration of castor j oil. a method of intimidation used j by ilussoUni and his early fascists.! has-been revived in ihe "campaign over the question of the monarchy, some reports stated. The referen- dum on the monarchy is to be held June 2. The left-wing press car- ried stories of irmicted on several Socialist and Commanisi i reporters. fate. WILL NOT SLIP ALSO "MO-MA WT MOWN Atk for th. ky "He likes a cup of Fort Garry Tea every day at half-a-miliion. homes -sere either ___ _ to-ally descrored or so seriously j "Klule this may no; be i darnased as to recuire replacement much table salt for moss as a "resul; of ths bombing. The'" second deference is tcz. tee ish government, is mairir.g a seri- ous effon to house tile people of Britain, aad thev are concentrating on providing homes for Ihe lower- income groups. is actuajlv doing soroe- ths adequate supply for more than 40 year, will imder- cffaz tne curtail- stacd and win accept the curtail- m Maybe We'll Leain Oat of much rouble may come tome iiiLle good, Perhaps out of tlie welter ot csikas which. ha.ve aed up busineis iiaiastrj touciiag the daily lives of" every one of as may come a realisation ihai is team, work io produce a living. So many in- dustries and workers which, are in no way connected wiih. the industri- al unrest will be tied up by the strikes and work stoppages taas we will all leam that others hare rights which must be recognised. Tlie selnsii Isolation oJ either c-sners or workers which is based upoa "ths public be damned" attitude cannot be brooked in our complex society of today. That way lies totalitarianism. they need, in Canada we have one precious little this ex- eat to discuss the need of such ac- i. And all the government's plans this regard are drawn tip by alleged experts who are actually nly the protectors of special in- erestr groups. Britain is treating this as a coa- anuation of the war emergency and govemmenE has not only ac- epted its responsibility. DUI has made nlans and taken action. ii Canada we are trying to kid cselves into believing that there no emergency, and that we can. ve it best by depending on the business as usual" action of ori- vate interests. We are carefully the interests of special at the expense of the bulk of the pubtc. For example in Britain, no one may build a'house which, costs more including land and utilities. This approximates the Playing poker for biggish stakes ;ost of the' homes being bunt I jg caly gambling done by the government for the workiiig xuktuk Eskimos. Thev also gain- classes. By way of contrass this is j