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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE WEDNESDAY, APRIL C. E. MATTHEWS Secretary. Audit A victory Round-up An Answer To Mr. Prowse PICKED UP jieaj- Qf one transaction at ceiling title by; price, it may also be that he fit T Tk A wha: the ceil- P ASSIN G READER in Tokyo Chinese than 800 in Tokyo. s policies see methods of The War- engaged in 'businesses where they times Prices ar.c Trade Board As can't earn a living without a car.; We are pleased. t_erefore. to year readers are entitled .MOS: c: them are returned men.. Mr. Pegler was; bom in Hamilton, Oct. s Editor Keralc, Sir: la reply Proprietor Publishers 123 SJxtb St. S.. BRIEF INTERLUDE IN THE WAR OF NERVES ride a Victory celebration in ear set f( rly July when special will be: _____________________ _ _ ___ _ ___ __________ Mr. Prowse states, others in exactly the same f The national convention of the practically impossible to A grea: many persons Canadian School Associa- i purchase a second-hand automobile cars did cot need them to earn tion is scheduled to be held in Ed- it: August. Ise commons adopted a resolu- givir-g govemmec: business _____iiesee over private could a priority certificate at matters en iloscavs, heretofore a they needed a car to re-establish j private day. themselves in business, by simply j be a grand-------- be if all citisens and all orgssizs-, persons in es- -a-5" -ciri in the big uridertak-'. seritial businesses cari secure a cer- tificare a; this office which corc- ;he dealers to deliver a car or ing. Last year owing war ,_e presenting a letter from their ,em- j plover, siating that the applicant A bottle of wine bought by Gar- field Guns of Edmonton proved his was forced to ignore tne, truck, caosen ay the purchaser, at v.as an employee ana neecec a car; expensive when he was fined i _ the ceilins which must, be in If she veteran is Herald Serves tne Discovery of the -reek: ho likes susciisss .___. ceiling price, which must be in the business. If she veteran is ce-eors.-0_ o- on the vehicle. If a deal- kxcajxaci'.ateci a letter from his doc- Bu: we can make up for tnat- less; e- reiases to sell he can be prose- tor will suffice. Furthermore, re- a releb-at'o-- 'his vear i catee. Tha inforcemerjr Counsel :urced veterans or any other per-! Jhas been successful in prosecuting sens can purchase a car or truck1 which will mart she Dealers and ether persons for ask- from a dealer if the dealer has no' Ijfhbridge es unaba.ec. soomj iresuraably ite elephans in aight. theri i down to produce the the South country generally to rsake Prowse goes on. to ssy, Board WES on my desk before Sir. this "gooc do. wartime Prices and Trade; became effective March 26th. I Board can'i do a thing to put an i Prowse says, i j effective stop to it. because the "I have tried to get some cf my soon} operators know most of the angles." friends who have tcid me how much j "I'd be glad enough to put the thev had to oay to give the infer- j facts I know before the for action, bu; m; the information costs or tnree a charge of keeping i: for sale. Farmers throughout- Ontario have completed approximately 50 per cent of their seeding but a warm rain is needed in practically every district. A motion advocating: esiablish- 2t of a Canadian embassv at the Quebec legislative as- strike behind in U.S. and can settle goods tie Battle of Controls give 11 condition to The Wartime Prices and i Trade Board. But they explain i there r-o sense cf" them do- The battle of controls, prices end wages, is waxing not.} end an argument can be started at any time on subject. Thare are those who win say that the only way to settle the problem 3s to take off the controls and let tne law of supply and demand take its course, with competition setting are scarce prices i _ 'theri will be enough, to Ground, at which time the indus- try' will have to reorganize and get- prices. will try its prices and wages in line wita national prices and wages. That is the proposal made by Mr. Bracken end is the policy of the Progres- sive Conservative party. The liberal policy. whicH Is the policy of the Government, appears TO be to use the wage-price formula to hold the lort for probably an- other year, gradually easing con- trols as industrial output returns to normal- The chief argument isi the period of recon-] version and during an extreme scarcity of consumer time controls are warranted, Other- i; is claimed, inflation -sroula Tesuit in many lines of business, end the whole balance as between wages and prices be upset, causing a chaotic condition. Iz seems to us that there should be greater consideration for the men who fought our battles during Second Great War and who are now returning to civilian life. It is important- that they should be enabled to re-esiabiisa themselves at fair prices, and that they should' be entitled to jobs at fair wages, some guarantee that they are not to be forced to go through the period ol chaos which overtook Canada during the first two or three years following the First Great "War. At that time they came tome to to J100 land, to suits and ?12 to S15 shoes, and to! business and industry hesitant withj fear about what the inflation then f in effect would taing in its train. We know what happened then. The- price of wheat Jell from S2.75 to less than half figure- Bnbber, wool, silver, copper, coffee and a dozen and one other basic commodi- ties fell within a year or two to less than "aif their war and im- mediate post-war prices. The re- sult was that business and industry were in such a state of chaos for a couple ol years that jobs were by no means plentiful. We an remem- ber the Winnipeg strike and the national upheaval caused by the effort to Sad s. new wage-price level en -which the business of the coun- try could be carried on- We greatly fear that a too rapid removal of ail controls now would result in the same dimculty. Take off price controls and the prices of many consumer commodities would go up. The cost would rise it did in 192C when it jump- ed to around 190. Immediately labor would be entitled to Increased wages to meet the increased cost of liv- ing, and the price-wage spiral would get Into action. In the raelee tie returned man would find that he was the forgotten man of tlie struggle, r 02 Tei their omy continue The Government aas declared itself in favor of removtEg controls and allowing free economy to take hold Just as soon as it can be seen that the reconversion period has had a chance to do its -work, and as soon as the fighting men have had an opportunity to get home and find people are waitirig to buy. Prairie Water Board It would, indeed, be a misforsune if tie formation of a wster conser- vation board by the Prairie Pro- vinces should in any way militate against co-operation between the Dominion and these Provinces the best development and use waters of the Eastern Slope, would appear from Hosday's de- bate on the SlacXicoi resolution in Commons that there is danger of Jealous and ail as the Provinces mav be of their jurisdiction and their prerogatives, it would be fool- ish to stand too much on ceremony. We know the Western Provinces now own their natural resources. But we know, too, that in the matter of water and land the development of our resources by irrigation and other -water conservation use would be .seriously handicapped if the] Dominion ware forced out of the 1 picture, in fart, the whole Prairie1 Farm Kenabmtatioa Act organiza- tion is set up on the understanding that the Dominion provides the machinery and the money for the better use of bota land and water. So successful has the PJJJLA. been thai I would not, give their names. ing thai because on a" the cocu- And even if I were to give the facts they had to sign ;o get pos- j next Monday, hair- cuts in Chicago will cost SI on week dars and S1.25 on Satur- days and days procredin; holi- in the Sew York World-Telegram. I know to the authorities, they would be powerless to do anything. stun shown is because they couldn't get the evi- price or less." j dence necessary for a conviction." i session, including the receipts, 'h the lawful" ceiiig I He sars. quote. Prices board officials said in Ot- tawa that recent price Increases al- lowed to Jamaica banana growers __________________________________________________________________________ p In reply I would say that, the', "The difference between the law- i would have no effect on the price great majority of sales or" tised vehi- ful ceiling crice and the actual j of bananas to Canadian consumers. cles are not -made by dealers, selling price "is handed to the seller I Thousands of sales are made by: in cash. In one case the buver: Three men were killed and a ether persons and from the expen- i walked through a room, dropped a i fourth critically wounded within ences we have had in this I roll of bills on the floor, and left five hours early Tuesday in a series Trade sour.cs it is safe." Control Of The Atom By W. R. CLARKE i but that it would treraen- approved as quickly Lilierithal committee on the inter- ins so could not oe kept secret very national control of atomic energy, j long. Within a week it has gained reccg- 1 One aspect of the report not yet nitioa as a brilliant studv of the j discussed ss that of whether or not problem, and as offering a'starc to- those nations having uranium de- wards a method of assuring the new j posits will yield them to United force will not be used destructively j Nations ownership. The nations The Board prosecuted many_ deai- j If persons are forced to sign; but will be universally available for the benefit of man. Perhaps the overwhelming desire Britain'. of America to find a way out 01 man- J atomic danger accounts- in part r Af- j for the quick approval. The esist- ers. some paying iines up to SoOOO.OO i documents or to pay ia excess of j rican territories until "fresh ar- i erfce of the oower has been per arm. Jus: two weeks ago a t the ceilins and do so. in anv man- raagements" have --------i urm in Calgary paid an aggregate ner whatsoever, the Enforcement i fine oi for black market i Division can and will take action measures to pre- rated here as th world's greatest danger and as the most difficult _- _ ior otacs. market Division can and will take action I Precautionary measures to pre- problem in all historv. This view operations oi anotner commoGiry.; against, the seller and in all eases j vent the introduction of choleri in Eas been built on the foundation Jaid Th-; s-s ,n successfully.; japan by repatriates from China taJapan. bv the four months- hear- lat we have have been ordered today by Allied I ings of the Senate atomic comrnit- iieadnuaners. There is" cholera in tee and bv the campaign of educa- msaon_ securea irorn persons who tions tnroughcut Canada, many of i tSU thp scientists paia aoove tae ceiling price. In; whom have naid higher crices than other cases where used vehicles i ceiling prices in the sto-es and ther have been sold above the ceiling, we report the name of the store have recovered, for the purchasers j through their own. organization, j_ _t___________ f h withholds the name of the the excess which the- paid. If_Mr. Prowse. M.L.A., had plied our Jioarc with the name of are no recants nrcduced, the inves- the seller, withholding lie name j tigators check "the stores and in Oi the purchaser if ne wished to do! some cases we have had successful so% he- would_have been jiving us prosecutions and lorced the nier- and chant to refund the excess to all! oapan now. A semi-official central agency dispatch from Harbin re- ported that Soviet forces are evacu- I tioa. conducted by the scientists I who worked on the Manhattan pro- news ject. The United States has -.closely guarded the secret "know-how" of the bomb but it has been no secret ONE WAT TO BREAK this is f 01 j are some people who are persons might be. entitled to priorities who don't need without uranium, which include the United States, will have no diffi- culty agreeing. These with the mineral mav very well consider that thev are being asked to give up that is just as vaiuaale as the supposedlv secret "kiiow- hoV to which, the" United States is lidding tenaciously. The uranium without the seciEi cannot, r.c prcs- cs.-.. be made iuto bomts; "OIA tns secret withsut the uranium is equally useless for bomb making. THAT BODY OF YOURS WAilES W. BARTON. MJ3J KHECMAT1SM One of the ailments sometimes called muscular rheumatism, is fibrcsltis which is an inflammation of Uie white fibrous fibers whicil strengthen the ends of the elastic muscle tissue and which also at- tach muscles to bones. Tbis in- flammation causes pain and stiff- ness; pain made by sudden movement. If treatment is not movement, soothing thickened fibeis do'soi return to nonnai but remain as hard fibrous tissue, sometimes nodules or lumps of hard tissue easily felt by the fingers. When these libers thicken there is natur- ally pressure on surrounding: ussues including nerves so that pain is premineM svmpiosi in iibrositis. While the" treatment, of fibrositis is bv heat, massage, colonic irriga- tions enemas) some research workers believe that the cause of fibrositis is not always due to in- fection, chills, overuse of the mus- cles, but in some cases appears to be caused by lack of vitamin B to the system." While vitamin E has alvrays been identified with repro- duction, and lack of sufficient vita- min E is believed to be responsible for premature births, the New York State Journal of Medicine states that other muscles besides the uterus can be affected by lack of vitamin E. Among these "muscle" ailments is fibrositss. There were 31 cases treated vitamin E in the form of an oint- ment which contained 30 per cent of solvent-extracted wheat germ, oil. Of these 31 patients 19 receiv- ed the ointment; treatment only. In six in addition to the ointment vitamin E was given direct. In four in addition to "the ointment a diet rich in vitamin veget- ables lettuce and whole wheac stivers. Only one pa- liens received all three forms of vitamin vitamin z. direct, and foods rich in vitamin E. Treatment lasted from two to sixteen weeks. Improvement was excellent in 20 cases, fair in nine and no improvement in three cases. Tbe results showed that- the oint- ment treatment alone was just as effective as v.-hen the other forms of vitamin E were given together with the ointment. Road Ahead By Capt. J. Harper Prowse, 5LUL CAR PRIORITIES _______ The recent change in the reguls- that other nations would Una it tions regarding the issuing of pri- within few years. Then there would be an armaments race ia the most terribly destructive wea- pon that has ever been imagined. t3> Mr. Toronto Board of Control, term- ing a recent federal scverranent or- der giving municipalities the right' to control building in their areas Armament races iirnrays end in war. Hsviii? the secret holding onto a go wot-ld be death would merely prolong the agony of for "the certificates to 5 jj, veterans who Eir businesses removed one of the most seri- ous short-comings of the car ra- tioning system. During recent vember by the Atomic Three- they couifi not obtain a priority to buv a new one. However, with effect Marca Canada, Britain .and the i y and accepted by the United Nations whole of Canada- .ae goes on to It is right and proper that the per txsz i00 per Prairie Provinces should have a jolnt water board. But this board 'should see to it that its first act when organized is to get the Domin- ion interteted ana on equal terms. It would be a serious blow to the West if the P.F.S.A. were eliminat- ed. from the picture. Indeed, the Prairie Provinces, for the preserva- i uj states, is nearlr as" much unworkable in its nresent form, has j. nave known personally that the rest of Canada wanis the i ucf of persons who _ Act extended now to cover the ful most cases the price j wav." has been changed, i any veteran who requires an" automobile for business purposes mav accly for a priority, cis ap- plicatiorl "must be accompanied by a letter from his emaioyer stating that the car is necessary for his Where the London Letter Bv STUART TTNDERHILIj (Canadian Eress Staff cousins who make infrequent visits to Ixsndon notice how much easier it is to get- a taxi it takes them longer to travel through the citvs name-jammed streets. Not onlv are there more taxis as men come out of the services to drive them, but there are more trucks and Drivate cars, and more buses as efforts are made to re- store public transport. The result is a traffic problem with rush period jams that snarl wheel traffic for blocks. Long- lange plans have been made to circumvent bottlenecks but today's lieadache is what to do in. the meantime. Some of the planners have tneir eves on blitzed sections which 01- fer temnting loop-holes through which surnlus traffic might- flow. cent The prioritv system was to teacfa ai j ened bv the eovemment as I Adelaide, j mentioned irl (4> prio? to caH ''as -extended to were see all the ?SSenUal wbuld oflered at the lawful ceiline. j person views Concordia conege; has received he iias not yet on the matter. _ M "ear01 Thousands of sales of used vehi- ceiling.! person views essar particular point of erorcent hereinbefore des are checked ia this office. We has been taken have cnecked hundreds of sales of kind. We have oealers and where the records dis- ine individual ths ages sucri as stated below. We shall i vatioa and use but also in preser-Jbe pleased vation of the forest cover of the Eastern Slope. A topical question for discussion: Do temperance advocates go about their, crusade in the right way? Could they get better resuitc if Uiey used different tactics? Frowse can support his statements with facts. n goods are in short supply, -writes The Citizenship Bill Admittedly there are many diffi- cult angles to iron out in the new- Canadian Citizenship bill before the House of Commons. We are tak- ing a step which is welcomed by most residents in Canada, but there is a fear on the'part of those who have the imperialist mind that we are breaking away from the Mother our opinion. hims sucn articles advising others as to wna wnat their rights are and what should take, he ous the facts for and what actions have CapfcaM Edmund A 66. retired assistant to the chair- man of Canadian Pacific Steam- ships and director of operations for the British Ministry of War Trans- port from. 1941 to the end of 1943, oisd in hospital in Vancouver Tues- day. The Canadian council of profes- sional engineers and scientists in a brief presented to the Royal Com- mission on senior civil service posi- tions urged more attractive salaries and -working conditions for engin- eers and scientists in the govern- ment service. further scientific discovery. ras: thaj a car is necessary will be The report modestly' states Its that is required to get a priori-r recommendations are no more j jv_ "a place to begin, a founda- tion on which to faufid." The crux of the proposal rests on the theory, declared by scien- tists to be indisputably a fact, that only two materials, uranium and Up until this new regulation came came into effect many Veterans, offered jobs which required tiieai to own an automobile, found that thev were stymied by the regula- tions. Some of them were unable thorium, are fissionable and the j lo the jobs offered, latter can" be used for bombs only j ihe regulations have been fur- in conjunction with the former i {jjgj. broadened to permit cealers and that uranium can be de- as public roadways might require vears of dickering. _ Another use recommenaea ior blitzed sites is as car parks. The problem is not a new one, for it's estimated traffic is still only TO to 75 per cent ot pre-war aen- But it's sufficiently baa to make surface travel in most- down- town, sections a nightmare during rush hours. On a sample aay it took 32 minutes to drive a car half a miie fnsm Circus in 19 snort hops during the lunch hour rush, while another motorist requirec three-quarters of an hour at tne tains time to drive from Islington to the Bank of England, a distance of one mile. London's maze of streets doesnt help matters. f who hold more new automobiles Pedestrians share the uatured or so modified in they have Oi -tateQ the flood loose at an intersection. ture that it cannot be used for bomb-making bat can be used for induftiial purposes. The proalem thus centres on uranium. The weakness ot previous pro- with permission from the war prices and trade board, to sell those ex- cess cars to customers who do not hold tjerraits. As more new cars "posals, including the ABC agree-1 come "onto the market the entire s, nf -s situation is expected to howpvpr rba- iiU actions nave Prime Minister feter eraser ana: fa of this kind. I Finance Minister Walter Nash of persons selling! "W. S 3Ed S. CAMPBELL not Wartime Prices and Trade Beard. Closing An istp! of British economic life j ly chaned were in favor it. have f( position. :rs had is that maintenance of a I world inspection system over the Prime Minister Peter Fraser ana yjg of fissionable materials would inance aiinUter Walter Nash of i 55 impractical. Even if nut intc New Zealand will fly to Australia j practice it would bs ineffective. It to discuss witri the Australian gpv- j would require hundreds of thous- i ernment policy for the forthcoming ands of insDectors. all subject tc off. to This Is expected to put an end fri-o. fcpflw dpmand by the Labor government, the Liver- j Morrison admitted it pool cotton exchange is to remain i ureed re-oDenins of t permanently dosed and imports of I fnirir.g war cotton wiU be handled entirely by was bought in bulk by the a central agency at control. Cp to' I94i the i disease in 194- backed by public funds. Whether i merit agencv _ I Dominions prime ministers' con- ference in London on Pacific policy and Imperial preference plans. Prime Minister De Valera's gov- ernment rid Eire just issued show that persons, or per cent of the total death i roll, died of tuberculosis in 1945. There were deaths from the normal human failings. But the denaturing uranium other commodity markets wiU suf- I but since a then Canada's first war Kurt fer the same fate has not been higher from the grain than the cot- j a Britisher bred and ton_ trace. j dain. unent and Antwerp born and he remains a Brftisa sub- a loss of British ject, but how should he become but forecast in- j abo us- a. Canadian? creased export earnings of the tei- i __ tile industrr as a. result ot greater 3 When aU a said and done what will be engendered by Canadian citizenship will for second-hand cars about which I wrote on March 25. In that ar- ticle I out that many per- sons were .taking aavantage_ of the I need of others for automobiles to ___ _ _ boost prices far above the ceiling. reduces the inspection problem to j i referred to this "black market" in a cdtnparativelv simjjle one. It cars and outlined how it was work- Tso stated that I did not one case where a second- trolled and inspected. The cropos- I hand vehicle had been bought at al is that all uranium deposits be or below the ceiling, placed under the direct control of j War prices and trade board of- the United Nations atomic comnre- ficials- felt that this article gave 20 Years Ago From the Files of The Lethbridge Herald. Mr Murrav, fonnerlv of the Alex- ander Lethbridge. arrived in Blainnore this morning to take over the management of tne Greenhul :at has started a camnaisn to i means that only the sources of raw j ed. I also ire of tuberculosis. Figures uranium would need to be con- know of on sion. thereby establishing a monopoly in raw uranium world Tne atomic commission establishment mine it the public an incorrect picture and reflected upon tneir organization. They pointed out to me that they A representative for the Ku Klux Klan is working quietly in the "Vul- can area, but it is very doubtful if a klan will be organized there. it and process it to! have prosecuted manv persons for selling cars above the ceiling price, then it to all nations for industrial uses. The questions which arise are: Is it correct that uranium and thorium are the only fissionable materials The report- answers that at present that is the case and science sees no prospect of it be- in? altered for many decades. Is it correct that uranium can bombs have been rendered harmless j be denatured? Scientists declare it system even goverarnent spokesman. Mr them lies another two years' work ifid squads employing men are at work in London, Bristol, towns on the southeast "v VlT'H were involved. "seen" on this more limited scale be made effective? The report answers that recei stated that they are anxious to ive Information concerning Temperatures climbed to 71 de- grees 'here yesterday, bringing a hint of summer. The citv estimates, as brought down at a'meeting of the city coun- cil this morning, provide for an appropriation of S437.142.63 8S it the estimated sum of year. such dealings. They will protect- the names of informants, and in- vite all those :ck" to give who them have been the details. What They Say Pr. Hebert Etestein: "When National Socialism came -to Cermanv, I looked to the uni- state that even if there were not! versities to defend freedom, know- witnesses to the deai. iri most cases j had always boasted they will be able to secure a convic- i of lion. _ _ _ 1 t_.f They KTK confident that they will, in most cases, be abie to obtain refunds for any excess paid, and truth devotion to the cause Those who have been the known high-coacentrate quan- vehicles at prices in excess of fn erea-1 editors and ths. aty deposits of uranium are few. ceiling co not deserve any consid-, fiaininz editor- Those whojr msai1 somethicg here at reconverted to bonib material? The i the wartime prices and trace board. {looked to the inravsauai _ I _ _ I Tifjav-sn? ftt via telephonic transmission own spotters and operators, i views OT tite irress mute. i r M. a and abje djurches stood squarely get their own evidence. This is 1 across the path of Hitler's cam- the wav manv of their convictions naign for suonressing truth. I I w never had ar.y speciai Interest home and when we're travelling: want a pride in Canadian citizen- ship as proud as that of the Briton or the American. -We need that cementing force to build a nation. their place once more, impatient. In a civilian society The name of Viscount Gort will go down in history with the name of Let us not be tool Dunkero.se. His death is loss to the Empire. a great in Liverpool, she said, were glad when the Exchange, a stronghold i of conservatism, had fallen. j The Liverpool cotton exchange.', of fundamental importance j tha commercial life of Britain was at stake was felt by a crowded of the "huge Labor IJke other world markets Britain, developed a century ago when the industrial revolution brought world eminence to Lan- cashire as an importer of raw ma- terials aiid an exporter of manu- factures, troversy Through the years, con- has raged between the By vote of 337 to 186, the cotton market was killed. HARD WORK AHEAD Kitchener Record) It Is still too early to venture a benefits cf buying and selling at statement on crop prospects, but al- effective world prices on the one I ready mere are indications that it hand, and the abuses of speculation j goirig to be a good year for raw- on the other. The cotton spinners ing blisters. whose the _______ _ party. Police said the girl had been identi- fied as Virginia Hepburn, Ilndsay, Calif. An authoritative source said in Athens that Archbishop Damas- kinos had declined to reconsider his resignation as regent. Foreign Minister Constantin Tssldarts, leader of the Predominantly Roy- alist Populist party, said the cabinet had asked the archbishop to con- RECOXVEKSTOX COMPLETE Brandon sun.} Reconversion will not be back till s are being changed 1 the "church but now I fee! a the local promoters bill a game be- i frorn time to time, so prospective j great affec'son and admiration, be- tweenthe House of Dajia nine and purchasers of new or second-hand- j JaUSe the church alone has had the ths Original Bioomer Girls. cars should check with the vehicle j the ojuraee and persistence to stand controller in the office of the f jntellectuai tnjth and moral startu1? to look j j forced thus to con- around. The controllers Know what rh t what T otlep i persons have priorities and often. uareservedlv." rrfovfri fnr The VIXCEXT MASSET fWinnipeg Tribune.) fact that "Vincent Massey liow relinquishes rsis London post will inevitably arouse speculation as to his future. Can it be that Mr, King intends to appoint him as Canada's flrst separate minister for external affairs? He certainly is highly qualified, if he can be per- suaded "to take the job. And, by the way. ths fact that he speaks tinue to serve as regent temporarily fluent and idiomatic French would in conformity with a. request by j predispose Quebec members of the IJing George house of commons in his favor. Know where cars which are for sale are located. Even where the purchaser cannot qualify for a pri- ority, if he really needs a vehicle the controller can issue him an "essentiality certificate" against vehicles which he Knows are avail- able for sale. Dcf.Jers or owners must sell to the holder of such a certificate. Black markets are not created only by crooked dealers. They are created by people who are suckers enough to deal through black mar- ket channels. If you are contem- plating purchasing a vehicle don't be foolish and pay more than ceil- ing. When you have located a vehicle, check with the W.P.T.B. They'll see vou get it at a fair price you give them a chance. lEWSPAPERr VSPAPERI ;