Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 12OTBRIDGE HERAUB Proprietors arid Publishers J2J SJsiri St. S.. Alberta. W. A. BUCHANAN President. and Managing Director. JOSS TORBANCE Business Manager. E. G. LOKG Editor. a I Ottawa Gossip Cancer alone killed more Amen-t J AM-1 By WUfSID 2GCLSSTOX the Press Estimates Reveal Demobilization j of the Future. j cans ar itself. Seventeen ericans are destined to die oi .it A The interesting tiered. I have ever escoun- i f a cure :s in their life-; press gallery elected Morris ilcDou- The tabUns .of the raam est-- a ci_e president a few days ago. Tfce aates last week gave us a pretty Garicer WLJ ai- name is one honorably i clear indication cf tse levels o- PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE BUSY David Saraolf. president of the Rscio Corporation of America, pro- poses establishment of an indepea- C. R. MATTHEWS Secretary. vou give tie against cancer you may be giv s. further lease on life to rcillions o: people, yourself induced. con'riaute towards this Jaa-'najrie -Mors" is" Ordinary ser.ices oi oa'trv i his mother was a Miss Manon EL j meir............. mense IOO- notable I 303 I.S25 Tfcu a very different figure of companies xvas defeated 47-13 in the Ontario legislature af- Uer Mines Minister Frost said The 1 bill is necessary." Rev. A iethbridge clergymari, Bobers ilagowan of XortH LetH- fcridge United Church, has been, Honored -Kith the Degree cf Doctor! of Divinity. He is cow Dr. Magowan and the honor conferred on him by St. Stephen's College, Edmonton, is richly aeserred. Here we hare a recognition of faithful, sincere and service over a long period rere Joanns ane; whose names you should cos- -t: u-.i-sc UNCLE SAMSON FRIDAY, APRIL THAT BODY OF YOURS (JAMES W. BAHTOS, of years, service to his churoa and his" communiEy. The Herald joins Dr. many friends here and elsewhere in the province in extending congratulations. The Visitor Indmtry a good deal of anxiety Is teing expressed by touris; organ- izations, boards of trade aad the 3iie over the possible ultimate re- colu of this summer's toariss busi- ness. anxiety is noc_ whether or not tourists -srill come but over :rMt-w> do -with, them they do -come to visit lis- With, tens of thousands of ser- vicemen. returning to Canada and of persons. Surely there a no edu- cated person who would no: breathe if he or she knew that a cure had at last been found for this monstrous killer. Surely there is no one who would no; give to fight cancer. -j- i ....r-. in F lustre is derived from J and we may well run above it. iood connections. Morris rnacj There are certain morals to craw whose li frjs blood his mark at Toronto TJsiversiry like i from this hasty nv of his brothers and sis- is that we cannot av a charterec: government expenditure. so: several years Probably S13 biSions of the above in their mother's will with SI eacn n -co purchase rone with which eivs" haw flefi to i3tion. Ope have neavy Do- iuiTfor a share in her estate out of court. in the New York World-Telegram. How World Bank Operates ilast began to take concrete form, f! 1'iese bodies, so full of promise for financial advance- with the Russia is the first country to pay her U.N.O. dues. That looks good sign from a country hasn'; been allowed to ha own way lately. before the Krst Great War at the recent signing by thirty To do this the company goes of the international agree-' the Belgian menrs reached nineteen months ago at Bretton Woods, JT.K., the struc- ture of the International Monetary and the World Bank for Re- than directly to the World and that government sends the ap- plication to the Bank. If the World Bank agrees to back the loan, a private bank can make the loan, which would have the guarantee of both the World Bank and the gov- ernment of the borrowing company, TREATMENT OF CHROXIC BHEIDOLTOID AKTHKITIS It Is fifty years since Roentgen discovered X-rays. While it was felt that being able to see the condition of the bones inside the fcodv was of some value, few physieians had any idta ihav these same X-rays wouid have so many uses as the years passed. What do we find toosy? Together with surgery, the X-rays and radium form our greatest ae- against cancer. It is the com- bination treatraent. by X-rays and radium -hat enables physicians to reach and cure caacer in parts lisa! the knife cannot reach. The X-ray is now the skm spe- cialist's greatest aid. not only la dangerous diseases such as cancer but also in that trouble-some ana distressing ailment, acne The X-rav is now a help to the and throat, speciaUss in the" treatment of sinus disease ana removal cf asssses of son ussue that grow near or at the opening of the eusiachiaa tuUe carrying air from throat to Inner ear drum. That the X-ray would be of help in that oldest of diseases, rheuma- tism, would be hard to imagine; J Borak arid H. K. Taylor, m Radiology state that daring the pas: two'years they have treated 66 patients with advanced rheumatoid arthritis, the common iotm Qi arthritis in which the ends of the bone have grown some extra bone ihvpenrophic or lost bone substance (atropaic The X-ray treatment, was given to these 65 patients who had been treated by the usual vaccines, heat, eiec- tr'citv success. These'oauents were treated accord- ins to" their svraptoms and whas the X-rav films revealed. The in- vo'vemeni was classified as stage one. two or three and the amount of X-ray treatment given, depended upon the stage of the disease pro- cess in anv one place. Cl the 66 pa- tients the'v selected 10 for critical studv with 85 diseased joints aaioar _ __ Artillery early served with distinct tamia and later Ir in orocess of a private barik were unwming operating institu- to make me loan, the Woric. Chanzine Price Scale O ii has been treasurer of the press gal- consists essentially of transfers the winte'- there was a lerv for several years and it was a from one Canadian to anotner. e _ i fitting reward for the fine service j rather than me provision, of coilec- fairly.. uniform onve J.OT hg lhat institution rive services by_ the state. Such wages in secondarv industries in when be was given the highest post j transfers probablv do not affect the United States as well as in Canada. Increases of five to 20 per have been reported in wage scales, and many adjustments are T R_ Harrison, chairman, of the'corniriittee arranging a national bar'ev contest, said in Winnipeg he had" been advised by the department of national revenue prize raonej won in. the contest would not be suc- jec; to income tax. Students went on a "Martyrs' Dav" strike in Egypt, commemorat- ing" the death of a number of their fellows last March 4. in anti-Bnpsh i which claimea tne persons including two J22HV ames more tc the United Status, noa-tourisc traffic is very heavy, and hotels and other travel- ling accQimnodanoJi._are" taxed _ to with'the resulrthafc vneri tourists come along they cannot be joandled in the manner to which the tourist of pre-war days was iccustomed. It is fairly certain that if tourists come to Alberta this surcmer they will find a aailar condition, and unless they have ar- ranged their itinerary ana their accommodations well in advance they are likely to find their trip anything but what they expected. yet to be made. But it has been established that the tendency is -definitely up, though nos up to-the 30. per cent which some of the unions were aemanding- Now ii becomes apparent that the Ottawa Government is planning an upward trend in prices to parallel the wage increases. .Las; week an increase in butter prices of four col- bur- __ _________________ _ lovable or gifted in a family den of raising the tcoaey may which seems to rce one of the most 1 seriously depress business. Cheap But Attractive Houses (St. Mary's Journal-Argus.) the coast, wood and stucco are mostly used, and are treated with governors are be- __aieiabership from The_ first meeting of the Bank Board and the Monetarv Fund Board are to be held in the early future, as soon-as possible after all the member na-. tions have named their board rep- resentatives. The institutions them- selves are to be located in the United States, as the chief sup- plier of capital. The organization of operating thousands of new homes. Ten j is no; possible vears of by six years of war, have put IB a general relaxation of price and wage controls as soon "as the levels can We do not know what can be done about it. The war is over, people have money, they can buy thisl tares and gasoline, and they are' taking to the open road. Perhaps j they will be satisfied to pu; up; cents, wholesale hog carcass p.Ice; generation oehind in the sunalv of increase of 2K cent, per steel prices oy eight per cent, ana j folk, carties try to make the an increase of eight ner cent on! best of it- ifany hapless, worthy _ 3 voting ceople cannot find a place wnolesale lurooer prices were ?yf "in fact most centres must nounced. It is evident that the prepare to build new homes by the Government is preparing for a The liner Monterey, with 662 passengers including 52 Canadian brides of Australian servicemen, berthed in Sydney. Australia, from San Francisco. Also aboard were 105 United States service- men wrfco plan to settle in Australia. FHms showing use of first aid. fire fighting atraEances and other eottiDment will" be used in. Winnipeg in a" drive to make the public con- scious of fire loss and prevention. _______.-hich p. A. Eoulden, city fire department ,th nnek and j chief, has announced. score, and to make haste at a job__________ _ which has been held up by many The new houses here difficulties. I are mostly Ous here at the Pacific Coast, the j chen, bathroora. and one or TWO editor of the Journal-, seen more new homes month, than he had seen public fcMn ten_ieais. Right Z-eaiander one presumed to stone- We are not sure just how practicable it might be to bund a Graves of three -Bnbsn Common- lot of stucco houses, but we can j wealta Cariaaian.ja. say from personal experience that' a "stucco house is verv satisfactory to live in. We renied one in" the town of Walkerton for two years and liked it so well that we bought the property and lived there until our business interests drew us away from that splendid community. staffs ancfthe preliminary work in- volved in the start of ,an Monetary Fund and a 100 000 000 World Bank are big tasks. Even so. the expectation of officials is thai; the Bank can be gin actual functioning by next "June and that the Monetary Fund shoula be in formal not' long thereafter. All of tnis means that, during 194S. most of the major na- tions of the world will start an experiment in planned cooperation in lending aad in .stabilization oi currencies. The immediate ques- tion, says a survey by the United States News, is what will happen in practical terras cace operation does start. This questioning, first, concerns the International Mone- tary Fund. One of the first tasks of the gov- ernors of the Monetary Fund win be to determine a basis for valu- currencies of the world in re- to the U.S. dollar and gold. Seen an who were esecuEed'by the Japanese in Java The US. dollar is to be held at S35 to the ounce of gold. Tne biggest problem will concern the Sxing oi _ on May 12. have been founa for the currencies of Funq _. __ TlfiWS lito rThina onri HT1C] near Batavia, the Netherlands news agency has reported. First ship to load TrN for Italy at Halifax, t freighter Del Stalls with what accommodation they can t find. Perhaps they will overlook the unrepaired or tom-uo highways which they are certain to encounter see> at all possible, i hundreds of new-homes being erect- as governments rash to get roaos in condition lor the heavy traffic' of the next, few years. We "hope this will be the case. In any event, we should all constitute ourselves committees of welcome and try to would Us. all controls rmoved within a of the end of the war, that is by nest August, though it is unlikely this will be possible in some tightiy help tile tourists who do travel in 1S46 as much as possible. If we hang out the welcome sign and in- vite our visitors to take "pot luck" for one year we should be ready to take care of thetn as they would Jike 1947. such as sugar, grains, meats and "foodstuffs gen- erally which are needed to feed Europe. Of course, a lot wiU depend on the 1946 harvest whether con- thereby saving the occupant ex- j Six-year-old Claude Ward died in pense "as well as space. The new Montreal shortly after he fell from us dwellings have no spreading veran- i the second floor of his uncle's home, greatly about these new homes, is dahs. just small cocroact porches, j jn. a. similar accident Magloire the immense variety in style and in fact no waste space outside the Champagne, five, fell from the architecture which is apparent. Not house or in. second storev of Ms home to the every house on a street of small The free use of bright colored 1 cement tavemeat and suffered only residences is alike. In fact, no two J paints is becoming common in new- are alike. And the properties stir- er communities all over this con- rounding the dwellings are just as tinent; and really accounts for much Always Learning: never too old to learn. Evi- dence coraes from Illinois where machinery is being developed to envelop each ksrnai of corn for seeding with a coating of fertilizer, insecticide and disinfectant. Each seed win come out of the process- ing mill exactly the same size, and absolute uniformity of planting will be possible. The fertilizer will give the young plant a. good start from the day i; germinates, the disin- fectant and the insecticide will pro- dissimilar. The reason for this dif- ference between buildings in B.C. and in Ontario, is princically that our dwellings are mace largely of brick, stone" and cement, while at increased attractiveness. Another a. faitien tongue. Sirs. Rebecca Benson, 60, Sled suit lor SlO.OOO in Louisville, Ky., factor Is the landscaped surround- charging she suffered two broken ings which almost any owner could i JJDS when a crowd of women at- provide if he would, from his own personal effort. Save Bonds Or Spend Them? trols can be removed altogether by the end of this year. It wouid appear Chat the Govern- ment has in mind that wage in- creases of somewhere around 10 to 15 per cent en the average would be in order, with commodity price 'in- creases of around eight per cent, slightly less than the wage boost, in the hope that the wage-price level might be stabilized at around that relationship. If this can be brought about there is good hope that general stability of Industry j wiil come to Canada, and the! and had sped them to the dock, one on the issue he wants. _ _ __ TPTWrTPT" Tf tann their O3y WILFRED H. GOODMAN> it If evervbodv cashed Two young Toronto newspaper bends and went "on a wild reporters chose the wrong day for i trolled spending- spree, heavr trying out a newly bought dinghy. nation and its disastrous conse- Tlse wind was strong, the waves of; quences would eventsiallv follow. T Remember the talk that could be tempting to buy scarce linen sheet- ing jammed her against a post in a Louisville department store. The suit charged the store with negli- gence. Officials of ihe Alberta Work- members like China and Poland and Greece and Czechoslovakia, among others. When this has been, done, each member country will be tolc to inform the Fund -within thirty days what the par value of its cur- rencv was, based upon exchange rates that existed thirty days before the Brstton Woods Agreement be- came effective. The Fund then wil set par values for exchanges. Individual nations have three months to object and to try and get adjustments. Ninety days after agreement on the value of its ex- change, a country can bay curren- cies of other countries from the Fund at this rate. Countries which occupied during the war can get the Fund to postpone the set- ting of par values of their exchange These countries, however, can make arrangements for limited currency transactions with the Fund before their defmite currency values have been fixed. Once the Fund is oper ating. a country can devalue its wad imcon- i -men's Compensation Board have in- For half an hour, the pair to their overturned boat a out from shore. The weight of" worth after the war? The i troller. and its the age succeeded U.N. Spotlight Bv CLYDE (Canadian Press Staff Writer) first is called upon to! HEW negotiation its guarantee. If the j of vital international- matters as could make a direct loan. If a countrv borrows money for develop- ment, "this same procedure woulc be followed. On guaranteed private loans, the borrower and the lender work out interest rates, but the Bank collects a guaranteeing fee of or cer cent. If a urivate firm defaults on a guaranteed loan, that country's! overnment make good __ ove-nment also defaults, the World, Bank will pay the loss. It can pay rom its own resources, or It can call on all members to pay a share rom their original pledges to the Sank. Some nations still will try o get individual loans from other -ouBtries before going to the World Jank. For one thing, they often will be able to get better repay- ment and interest terms, such as those in the recent tLS. loan to Sritain. The terms of tlie Bank will be more like terms. Also, the Bank does not plan, to make any loans as large as the credit which the British govern- ment is. getting. the 10. Good results were obtained in most cases. The X-rav swelling, relieved pain and in- creased the amount- of movement la the joint. treatment removed (Ji cpoosed to the often-cnticizea se- cret dioloraacv of tradition is being tested at the meetings the United Nations security council here of council has tried out the laea. meeting in and that means particularly the and the results have not been happy but perhaps they 'will prove useful. In" the disDute between Iran ana Russia over" the latter's retention of troops in Iran long past tne treaty deadline, Soviet celegaie ko sdusht to prevent discus- The Road Ahead By Capt- J. Harper Prowse, MX.A. THE OLD PEOPLE If a genii, or a fairy godmother, or anv of the other legendary crea- tures "who possessed the power to make wishes come true were sud- denly to appear before me and grant anv "one reauest I might make I think I would ask that I might never grow old. For I do not think that anyone who knows the plight of many of our older citizens today can heln wondering just what right we have to call ourselves a civilzzed people. During recent months 1 have talked and received letters, from many veterans of former wars, and some "who are veterans of two. and three wars, including World War H. Barred from any of the many benefits- offered to ex-service- men'because of their age, unwanted en the labor market, unable to sup- port themselves although some of them still have children of school age deaendent upon them, these men constitute a problem which is a challenge to our society. Besides these men who have-twice, and more, offered their lives in the service of their country we have others who have given the whole of their lives to building up this it must get approval for adaed ce- sion until Ac-ril 10 but his idea was rejected and he left the council table in protest. It seems saie to assume ihau -it the discussions nad been in a pri- vate room with only the delegates and then- advisers present, the So- viet boycott would not have oc- curred. Onen diclornacy may prove u> oe the "best wav in the long run bus it will be difficult; to establish, it as this week's events disclosed. For a diplomat to take a deter- mined stand and then allow himself to be talked CUE is one thing wnen it occurs among friends and in secret meeting. When is occurs in. a moving picture setting with scores of reporters writing their varying understandings of the event, it is something entirely different. Nsws reporters have the reputa- tion of being a tough and hard- bitten lot before whom even the police cringe- Here at Hunter Coir ege thev swarm in droves about the council table when the dele- gates eater for each meeting- Bus iie rwlice have lefc tbe job of con- trolling them to a slim London brunette. Audrey Langston. photo iaison officer for the United Na- tions. She tells them when and where they may operate in the council chamber and when, she rTijnks they have iiad their innings she shoos "them awav like a flock of chickens. they run like chickens. We asked her what pow- er she exercised over these bold characters. "They are not tcugh at all." she said. "They are just well- behaved boys." perseverance laid the foundations for everything we who are young enjoy to" day. And now that they are unable to serve us longer, we valuation. With the Fund in an individual member country can go _ to it to buv currencies needed f or j foreign trade. The Fund sells the forge.-- currencies of countries where pur- j At "TH: we to be made, in exchange i ans. jan and the Ola Age Pension ew e dung hea7d at one Period duririaTe war i He has been succeeded by as. SV tihe own and hafe had mile -that Victory- Bonds would not be i Sinclair, former assistant comp- nation is able to hwt v ta the currency of tne selling j 60 owners woo nave fr.r ?he trnnds bought, had Bu- in orcer -.o ge., ous both submerged the era" just be- few wiseacres -Rho boasted that no- low the water surface and they hung boat? would eaten them with worth- on with their arms arcana the less securities after it was ail over? Scramble at coast cities to obtain smallpox -vaccinations Edmonton is been re- j f tt this week, j a horizontal mast as succeeding waves i if one varts to buv a hundred del- j fleeted tried to break their slippery hold. lar Victory Bond now. he will nav although no outbreak o, the disease i vear alK life, savers, reached them J from S102" to S105 for it depending i to reported anywhere in A.- lhe amou it buys, amount of its currency in the peacetime production and full em- ployment for wb'.h everyone hopes retxirter If and when large "It was really tough for me. I had victory Bond holders deside the? to hang on to my coat as well as want to sell before maturity, they cinsnons oils week. editor of the Picton Times in this among of the country usually would fall The UJS. has not yet .f those held by insuT-. Tr. battle against inflation and the! camtgrfK.baite cor.oratlotj VteWS QT PT6SS straggle lor won the j exclusive of ance corntsar and wealthy when these bonds Trere beins Fold sugar beet, seed Is being segmented. This mear-s that the burr in its original form is broken up into the to Sve or germ cells this to become accustomed to a icwer wage- price and we think the FLORIDA Edmonton Journal Florida estate booai. over. and automobHes. j for the old- ____ refrigerators, stoves, wash- sell a submerged machirjes, boats, imsses and. tjraes. and R. P. McLean, editor of the Selowaa Courier, Kelowna, B.C. Detectives comoed slira clues fa majority of the people will accept'. hundreds of ether manufactured j c 1 OT-O Traf TrtanT Of 1 which it contains, an'd these are planted separately'to make mech- anical blocking of the crop pos- sible. But a problem has been en- countered due to the fact that the seedlets are varying sizes. E2orts are now being made to wrap these in fertilizer and build them all up to the same size so that the seeder will plant tirem just so many inches Is call- ed. A machine to treat the seed in such a manner will yet be de- veloped. 3o, "you we live and learn. beiief that. Canada has; done a consistently better job o: holding the fort than has U.S. know what we are aiming on the bonds by individuals are j ?o be cashed before maturity. countries for Jfce themselves to if! humiliating investigation, ii they good have any savings or any property ttan ITbuvf they must wait until these are spent mo.e than it buys, prOperty taken away. And we limit them to additional earn- ings of per limiting them for life to about, per month. Worse off then those who must gittf-, depend on this misfrable pittance their existence, are those-who -and. al- ipply for ___ ____ -oken in tr-'s -esources At first muST'of health that they are unable to work. or individual firms. come first. It seems to 20 Years Ago From the Files of The Lethbridge Herald. The north wing -of the Banff Springs hotel was destroyed by fire this morning ard the rest of the big structure is threatened. An attempt was made to assas- sinate Premier Mussolini this morn- ing. A woman fired point-clank at him. but he escaoed'with a slight wound through the nose. The wo- man was Violet Albina Gibson, third daughter of the late Lord Ash- bourne. The Pincher Creek Board of Trade has asked for completion of the Akarnina highway. Six saga- beet seed has arrived in Raymond. bcow a company in Belgium we have a duty to see that le are roerl ro- our older people are properly pro- can- ERRATIC 'Victoria Times) j Or. Monday the new and "iir.-: 31. a studio set carpenter. Kot get a loan from a private bank, oiout ourselves. seems .o me J. fieV tures of decency to other nations, w T ff tn InoV its nldsr national income of some 4-M 4 work aad by a freeing of inter- national trade this is found to be possible Canada should be able to steady down to a long period of prosperous conditions and national growth. It won't be long now before we e got to declare frankly tnat India is in no wise dependent on Britain, and that we do not claim that the sec- retary of the British par- any control over the government of India. "India is living on a dangerously narrow margin bordering on an- archy. Any breakdown in the ma- can afford to look after its older people a little better than, it has, I think we should put our own bouse in order before we take on the task of playing fairy god- mother. Father Christmas and Mr. Anthony to tne other nations of the world. If we can pay month to single veterans, and per month to married veterans, with extra al- lowances for children, to the thous- ands of our young, able veterans who are unable to flrfd work, then I can't see why we can't do as much for the people who still I Siemens former chinerv of government now would 1 have to struggle out to their o. 1 T-ruiYlCrpr mPTl older people would be glad to resin- cuish if thev could be assurea ca a reasonable pension if they would retire. Educational and training schemes, farm settlement schemes. job training are little value to men over no value to men over 50. How can tr.pv compete for jobs In competi- tion with beys out of school ana vcung men out of the forces? Yes. it will cost money to provide adequate pensions. But, Caaaca is planning to soend plenty of money in plenty of" different ways fcr pJentv of different things, Canada is proud of her wealth. Other countries are envious of her pros- perity. If first things come then" the first thing we should think about spending our money en is providing a little cecer.t security for those who gave us birth, brought us up. gave us our education and early" training, fought for our safe- ty and security, sweated and worked to lay the foundations for our so- cietv and our present prosperity. The fifth only one which carries a promise with it i with little change in temperature; rndus'try'ancf the "jobs" "depending on light winds." JEWS PA PER I NFWSFAPF.R!