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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRTDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAT _ OO- LTD. Proprietor! Pubiisberg tSS Sixth Ss. S, Jjettsbrloge. Of Mr. Duplessis' Position W. Director. JOHN H. G. 3JOXG C. R. MATTHEWS Secretary. Member Basesa of a- er 10 lie Prtst 2 am 7 special c as Second Depsrtmeat, The Herald Serves the Coml Strike Over The coal strike which has pars- Ivzed U.S. tnd'-istry for weeks a over. railway strifes is over. The Keel stnke is over. The automo- bile workers' is over. It looks as if Cncle Sam and his children were going to settle do-wn io work. The pattern of industrial peace has been set. "Wages gone level. no: siifficisn: trace added -rages go into many of the materials which bs used, in other branches of If Tfe P5" only stabilize a new price-wage level which is fair to primary producers snd white collar we can settle down KJ a serious Job cf nroducnon. to catch up ihe backlog of consumer e SDo-.it a cen- America cf rower at Ottsua anc; as the rtomimon is dimmish" 01 the not reaso: Bv GHAST DSSTSH i of provincial sutcnomv. _t-e IViT theme of Mr Da- Duplessis and Mr. Drew, is never the subl.c ses-' mentioned Tne theory that tne -v.e> have any veto po-aer over tne "Dominion amendments to tne British Xortn only l ________ IQ "-ovm-as saic. would f to exploded ears a'-eration of the British ago- The best test cf a theo-. is iLenc. ,ct of ISST. practice. Cto the Jwr oocasass "H- cf w-heti provinces have sought -o poWr at lee DupJss- apply this supposed nsht. toey sric com- The doc-nn? the i? :he or provinces IN PASSING FOS TKS SUSY RBADSS fact that veterans -a'ho wanted the tools might want to use them w> provide employment for other vet- era rs. Although Mr. Berry seemed to be very happv about the job that IVar Assets was his enthusiasm nas not shared b> the members the committee. They had souse of undetermined origin des- pointed remarks to make about the the Incian residential school' manner in which boats u'ere dis- n. There were posed of These are not sold at a j price but by This ii Xoraay Ko-use, 10 Word reaching Prince Aloert sale, {ques is of particular importance 20 Years Ago Proa the Files of The Lethbricsse Herald, The town of Hillsprins is forg- ing ahead and electric lights are to be installed shortly. Several sys- are being investigated. tha _____. __ :he west and east coasts where Justice T C. Davis, Ca- are required for noner to Aus- members wasted to Eaborate arrangements have been irac-e for the welcome of the Eng- lish Football Association team which will be is. the city June S. DOUBLE WEAR ALSO tK" MOWN lsh om nacian lush co trsi-s. sai.ec. en ro-te :o Csnadc. Tihen bid r them." Mr Berry's answer was that thev -sent to the highest bid- Nebbs XTniied Cash and Carry I store, m the old Silver Kn" quar- ters on Filth Street, -anil open "next' Saturday. j Editor Edward T. Leech ol The PiUibargh Press: -We haa better either give the Germans enough food or get "We career democratize the Ger- mans or: 1.200 calcnes a dav nhen. CoEcmimisai is being taueh: en SCO calories ta the Russian zone. The situation has reached ;he point where eating :s the biggest thing in life." situ- to get the articles he wants from. there is not. at the moment, anj machinery set up Tihich 'snll :t, passible for VIST: to be sure of getting what he War Assets rsay be satisfied BILTRITE Will NOT SLIP ASK fOU THEM JJ-NAME sweeter, tastier bread with FLEISCHMANN'S FRESH paying, lainly at "some Premier Stuart, Garson Ju tader -what he termed ihe i point the" national benefit to be de- of CoTtfederation tse prov- j nved frora exclusive national con-. ilr. repeatedly declared tied m pact e1? ST. Whitehall escluave trol o a oelieves. ana hs-s _ esrect, taxation, -arhile the j The DQ be can persuade Dominaon to I What Want? The -world -wnica it nos dominated by die Bussiaa Soviss power is JOBS -whst; the Krprnlia Are the Molotov pioiesta- tioas via ihe Moscow Taoiu iHiendcd to influEnce the trailed Nations -jeorlfi. the eastern Europe and. Meduerraneaii WKid or the Sasaaa people at home? Why is Molotov tfitJng lances Secretary Byrnes? Is it because Mr. Bymas held wiiragainst a Tlro- "SoTiet doiniizaied Tnesce sz the re- cent Pans conferecce? Is fact thas was in. the ssacie sad in a. pasture! to counter ihe "33io sure others do nat get ijnpressian that feej can -wia upon us." Mr. Moloiov once again rejects the proposal taas a. peace conference should be held there still are OTESLandffis points of drrergence the Pour Great Powers. Sryaes said "if .we can not have a peace conference -rmrii the four nations agree on every subjecs deemed fundamental by any one cf them, thai vili give ta one member of the canned the power to step aH efforts tawarcs peace.' Mr. iloloiov declares the allega- tion that if Italy were to pay rep- arations K> the Soviej Union out; of her carren; production tais woula be "at the cost of America and Britain Irrsanfvrng Italy" a com- pletely grot This is a di- rect retort to Mr. assertion thai; Sussa "tnsisled on being paid otit of current producuon. V7e fi hare 10 finance such produc- tion aad therefore ref osed to agree to the proposal" That is the situation as it stands. It is Teamwork Counts Is these days -when spikes and threats of counter-action have all but paralyzed business and mdjs- try it would be well for all of us to remember that we can't accom- much, -worth while without of Sir Thomas in 1917. AH this form of indirect from and much more1 of the same kmd which they are presently barred. of argument ilr. EXi- The Domimoti has not asked the piessis. provinces to surrender any n- As for the comtssct theory of! to weaken their constitut: Confederation, has never had non in the siightes: the slightest validity. in the mouths of extreme sions department The comphcatec nrocedrre ceasing: to be a memaer of parlia- ment is a relic of the cays wnen and except' rtommion has is advocates certain LEFT HAND CORNER (Contfcaed from Eroni Page j enough to sass back E.T. such guys as Tarry MacPhail. THE GHOST OF STDXEY SMITH (Winnipeg pree Press) Sydney Smith, founder of the Edinburgh died about a htmcrea years ago m the great cays of ihs Com laws and the FLTSI Heform bill, but he mignt nave been writing about, the world ai rhis hour when, in 1820, he penned these itaes: "Taxes upon every article which enters into the mouth or coders the nack or is placea under wie fooi: taxes upon everyihing which is pleasant to see. hear, feel, smell arrl taste; tases upon wannvi. hght and locomotion: taxes on everything on earth and in the waters unaer the earth, on everything that; comes from abroad or is grown at home; tases on raw material; taxes on i merely taxes from the prov inces at a given price for a stipu- lated period of time- It is to oe a temrjorary agreement and when i; expires tiie provinces automatically would be repossessed of aH their power. THAT BODY OF YOURS (JAMES W. SASTOS, MJJ.) ENCOtrKAGJXG FIGURES 'In World "War I, eleven per of all surgical casualaes ciect, in World War H only one was the statement made by Dr. T. C. Houtiey. general secretary of the Canadian Meoicai Associa- tion. to Aloerta raemoers. There 'were cases of tuber- culosis in World War I, 26 cases m ceeaeo. long silting: Commoners, going home sleepily after all-night, sit- sav "the" feel lo hours at a stretch in the house too long. But thev admit lack the stamina o' their prsdecessois. In 1881 the htfuse sat for hours, from 4 pjn. Jan. 31 to 9-30 ajn. Feb. 2. This almost was equalled in 1936 with a sitting of hours. Peer's pay House of commons members have had then- pay in- creased from to- (S4.- ir is time to stop -srorking i Its so easy to bake delicious, smooth-textured loaves if you use Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast. This fresh yeast is full-strength. It goes right to work to help you get best baking results every time. IF YOU RAKE AT on Heischmann's active fresh Yeast. The cake -with the familiar yellow label! j favorite for over 70 years. MADE IN CANADA YOUUIOVE Yes, TOU sure will go for Shreddies. They're crisp and crunchy with a swell flavor that makes you come running to breakfast when you see a dish of these spoon-size morsels -waiting. Why don't TOU try for breakfast tomorrow, too I'll bet you-ll lore them just as much as I do." Addison. secretary for the and government leader in the lords, has made representa- tions with the comment that not onlv Xabor but some Conservative World War TT. Lass war. 1Q.OOO and Hioeral peers fine, it narn to soldiers contracted typhoid; thirty meet travel e-rasnses when i' in this war. Typhus, rampant in to attend sittings. lasi war, was nbn-ev.sianu 'in tnis war. Trencn fever ana trench mouth were non-existent ana shell- shock has been virtually mastered. the suifa drugs appeared, the pneumonia oeatn rate was cut down by simast 7a per cet't and H The Road Ahead By Capt- J. Harper Prowse, 3LLA. HOW WAR GOODS ABE SOLD The parliamentary corrrnltige on veterans' affairs is stall being kept appetite and tne drug that restores rl-i to health, on the ermine wc-cn aecorates tne judge and tne rope that hangs the criminal, en the brass nails of the coffin, and the ribbons of the bnds; on the poor now we have penicillin. One And s salt and the nch man's j and paraal deafness in spies, at bed, or at board, couchant It is certainly encouraging to read ausy at Ottawa. This group, mace tne conmnons of the a3saaK esclusi'.ely of veterans war that caused much I are memoers Oi tae aouse of was middle ear coraraons, is responsible for sug- non of middle ear, media. Otitis raecia often occurs, follows scarlet lever, leaving running ears or levant; we must pay j waat penicillin has done and is "The schoolboy whips his taxed i doing in the treatment of acute top. The beardless youth manages otitis media following scarlet fever. his taxed horse with a taxed bridle I In the Journal of tae American on a taxed road; and the dying ISnglishman. pourmsr hzs whicn has paid 7 per cent into a spoon which has paid 15 per cent, throws himself upon nis chintz ben. which has paid 22 per cent, makas ins will on an stamp and expires in tae arms of an apotnecaiy wnp has paid for the un death. down and he fathers, to be taxed no The great reporter, cntic and ora- tor of those cays d.ed m the oelief that tee Com laws were forever repealed, that the barriers between nations were being dssolvea tnat the ppor man, soon to gain his full franchise, would nd himself of the old nurses of taxes on every- thing he useo. But if Sydney Smith were here today he could only con- Metncal Association. Dr. C. H. AU- msn reports the following cases: 511 of acute oaas media following scarlet fever. 74 cases of mastoicins (inflammation of tne oone behind tne ear) of which 33 required oper- acon and 27 were curea without surgery. by penicillin is then gathered to hss clude taat had run back- every three nours dav and night vas the usual dosage used. No local treatment was given except err gesting all and ments to legislation affecting vet- erans- One of the most interesting of their sessions was the recent one which they J. H. Berry, hsaa of War Assets Corporation, before them for questioning. lite committee wanted to who was getting the surplus trucks and automobiles. And they kept after Ivir. Berry until they -a ere sat- isfied tnat tner knew at least the procedure bj which Lhej vram dis- posed of They also wanted to know vrhat pnoriaes were being given to veterans in their requests for tnese venicles Mr. Berry pointed out that all trucks and motor vehicles which are not asked for by government de- partments and crown companies are turned oack to the original manu- facturers wno dispose of them througa their usual sales channels. Cheese or Chocolate 'Tell TOUT mnsaiirc- rhrr Shreddies are tops for her tea party too. spread caeese and touted, or dipped in incit- ed semi-sweet chocolate. Her friends thera." is a ngaimtl msiad tK Canada by THE CANADIAN SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY, LTD, NIACARA FALLS, CANADA t.ucii i hot sait soluuon aUocate tne vehicles on a quota sys- i lor pain. Femcillm treat- ment was continued for two davs after all physical signs of otitis media had subsided What vrere results obtained bv penicillin? la 29 of the 33 cases requiring operaaon results were excellent and healing required only about one- third of the time usuallv tern based on their pre-war sales y, records. Ke produced figures whica showed tnat tne vehicles were being equally distributed across tne Do- minion, at least by provinces. This is in accordance with War! Assets basic intention, which is to use existing channels of trade to cuspose of goods. War Assets func- The city .rorfcer and the farmer must, work together. Tha miner and ihe raiiwayzsen mate a good team. If the carry fanner doesn't cows we woti't have mUk to drinfc. if the autotncsile Torker can't get steel the track crtver wxii find himself without a job. Let's get away from Uns everlast- ing bickering which is preventing reconversion. let's wora together, farmer and worker, financier and industrialist. That's the only way can have a high standard of living anfi with all the faults we can 2nd, we still, here on the North American continent, have the high- est standard of living in the world. Dr. Allraan stated that in the manner of and have no intention of get- mto the retail business. Mr Berry explained tnat for them to et into the retail FARSrERS ARE EAKtY RISERS fSiEgston An amazing wao oiner cav on the I of the Press garaze he claimed, would r.ot only slow down the cistnbution ordinary civilian trade and would the effect of wiic; W1C U. Kentuckv, Couner-Joumsl, as f ol- FCBLIC FATS THE STRIKE BILL, sp-gad unerrplovment in 1 (Cnristian Science Monitor) es-aolishments. armers. jeaZotss of each i chief and inevjtaa'.e, result it v be impossible fo a-ij- nsmg records, be- Oi prolongeo striKes in this post- to attempt to adopt tful One allowed as how Y23" tilri- K tjie of pro- system of looking" after the i FLAVOUR RICHNESS STRENGTH "Two farmers. jeaZotss other's ea came boastful he got uo oefore 3 ara. be imtjossible for the Cor- a duction. The war in Europe "has "Eis rival, hopirg to catch him oees over for a year, but on a pr.ontv basis, without dis- in a Sb rose at, two the next morn- American consumers are rjptine the enure operation of his ing and west to call on "its oraggtng for goods and materials machine Sue dealers are neighbor. wnsca reconvers.or; ec to sec that get "When the latter's wife answered orougni them morst.ns ago., v nen they ask for goods, and if any the door ar.d vvas assed wnere ner _ The losses to aU types of ausiness cases ars reported where aealers husband was, sne replied: 'Dunno'; sre enormous. ;asi to tnis tncn steps will oe he around early this Other losses which affect a verj to cut off that dealer's sup- moni.ng'" large section of the public are 1 pise? It is a laughable esaggeratnr of reduction or omission of dividends' Ke pointed out, too, that there cou'se, but it serves to at- oy key industries Thousands cf! nrsnrmlp pm- once again to tne fact that j individuals, and some .tm GREAT LAKES _.. in the disposal of surplus fanners rise early and worse long are dependent upon the return i goods especially machine tools hours The.r situation apoears odd j from their investments or tnose j are allocated to companies in a world wnere most of the work- i made for them by trustees. Dis- which will create emnlovment, and I ers are c'.amcnr.g for sboner hours i orderly labor relations can affect i on tnis basis, Mr Berry stated. and more pay. and there is little I the eeonom.c life of a nation for more veterans would benefit than if wonder that some ratner acrid com- j Washington cannot act too i were made available to ir.tii- raents on the labor situation have quickly in curbing sucn irrespon- Mdual Ke did not, appar-l "This is our dreara corae tree! Such a grand wedding trip! 500 miles oi gorgeous island-dotted Georgian Bay... ihe sparkling waters Lakes Huron and Superior. Our stateroom is so cool and meals so with, dancing, deck sports and moon- light nights, tins Great Lakes cruise is really Honeymoon SAILINGS TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS FROM FORT information from yonr local Canadian Pacific agent. been heard from farmers recently. ssble power. e 'ently, take into consideration tht I ;