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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17.1946 323 Proprietors Go Younf Man! Tou know Horace Greely-s ad-! J Roosevelt praised it Hecsntlv he I The Calgary solicitor is Mr. W. K. i Dirty rias oeen Lnnving on cS? out with a plan to use" idle j Webb, aid the Edmonton solicitor j one, or all, of its many cats' nine j government-owned alaats for mass is Mr. Don ilasson. As witn omer j lives for more tnap _a century. Jizs production of pre-fabricated houses. DVA departments, this legal ser- With the seif-confiSence that has vice is iree. T am ouite aware in talking about. when purchasing power was at a monev that most of tne business inew low, and when the banks were .____ of the world is done not by "actual" j severely criticized for not extending government sough money. ia- transier revealed this: iir-prfsp npin nv R. iviooSe Jaw i Lne maddened some industrial leaders, Veterans win.voa i, jnn oe wed so-called, but by bank! more credit, or m other words, not promises and bank credit, ami Mr. j distributing sufficiently the cretin Nichols evidently uses the term of society m Canada as a whole. But nobody knows whether the banks were to blame or not. No- body knows whether the depression was" caused by the money as the expression bank credit. But, it does not matter whether we are referring to coined money t! Canada Day. Premier Drew might, community and not, by the banks. for their commodities, jtie didn't i venture to predict where the cost of living would to if his ad- were followed, nor wha- the Canadian dollar would be worth in six months' time. Nor did he pre- dict how many strikes mindful 1913 would ensue as prices and wages tried to find a balance with such, scarcity of goods, so much saosey in circulation ana a ten- dency towards unemployment as demobiUzation continues. Mr. Esley stuck to his guns. Be or paper money or bank promises f of hank loans and the consequent j k of these" various j loss of purchasing power, or wneth- ex the loss of purchasing power j was the effect -of" less business ac- have capitulated however if they'd Christinas in April greeted Pte. Harry Schnarr when he ar- rived hoiae in Waterloo. Oat, after spending two Christmases overseas. A Christmas tree, erected almost 16 months ago, remained standing complete needles and decorations. woTh their while to seek the advice of these solicitors before they get themselves involved in any fausi- Only glasses and floors get water treatment. Coinuers reeiive the ness transactions or anv legal com- i untouched. mistments any kind. The laws One secti of Canaca and "this crovmce are ed over by genial Peter Burrows, voluminous and complex, and the self-styled ''host of_ the lor occasional but the ceilings and walls with their motley dis- play of cats, beer mugs, gourds, umbrellas and other oddments are on of the pub, presid- decided to change Day. it to Ontario In a 'ew vears the tourist Indus- j because he believes the workers try will be" worth '._________ of the Press The Next Budget There is a good deal of specula- tion about what Knance Minister Hsleys nest budget may bring and when it will be brought down. i thing. It is fairly certain that Mr. Bsley j The banks simply distribute them. Pernaps tne banks were too Bank of Canada has been estab- was sentenced to we would like to point stabilized production cycle, and thus a stabilized employment cycle, so we will have a real economic hasis for bringing about an ajnvial wage. The system of jriarketing is at fault, sad the big companies aren't going to correct it. The work- ers have got to correct it." Reuther wants the workers nave a voice in managing industry, j no good businessman under- i sociation cup final Eight. Viti r. i 'ilfTlfll i e; TRl'PfS ordinarv citizen can't possibly knotv them afi, or how tiey apply. Every husmess firm and every business- man has his legal firm which han- 18 years and known to thousands of Canadian and Allied servicemen and women who plastered the walls and ceilings with mementoes of dies" all his business just as most their wartime visits, has a counter families have their family doctor.' "cleanup" once a as- AND BKEHSTOXE (Vancouver Sun) nowadavs'is unfashionable, where the pitfalls may be r _. _ r- T-fVST SaTi-P IPffP. I PJH1 ple aid of the foimtam pen. JXhis of course, js a mere figure lished, and said 'arm commodity prices risen an average of 44 per cent since the price ceilings were im- posed in 1941, varying from 23 per cent for ergs to 135 for potatoes, with wheat up 57 per cent. He also pointed out that wages had been rising, too, being 45 per cent iiigaer than in the period 1935-39, whereas Jarm machinery had been iield to only tiiree per cent increase UP to the present. So there you have the story. It is the old straggle between prices asd wages. It is not going to be easy to solve, at a time when there 3s such a shortage of goods and so imica money in people's pockets with vrhici: to bay. It was a bit ironic that, at very time the Members were de- this matter tie big pack- ing plants were announcing that they would not pay over the ceiling price .for steers sad otfcer a which is fairly rigid at 12 cents a pound for choice "oeef asissaJs. Taj; announcement ac- centuated fact that ceilings keep farmers' earnings down too, though tee figures indicate that cattle prices are now some 40 per cent higher ibaa In 1941. it will be isard to convince farmers generally tiiai their prices should be held down now while prices of what thev mast buy ais parting up. Hr. ns- ley is not ia a pleasing spot politi- cally, though everyone will hold up hands in holy horror against in- flation. win not be able to begin serious work on his Budget presentation after the nest session of the Dominion Provincial conference which opens on April 25. That con- ference woU decide how much the Dominion mast xaise for larger A fountain pen can do 1 out credit is but it cannot create any- j chartered All that it can do is to set j the Bank of Canadal i written form the promises guarantees that have been 531 ,_ _ 15 and brimstone of wmch simple -olf he once imagined it to be composed. jsponsible for the is only distribution of bank of borrowers, suggested that the _ _ this cuty to perfec- tion but the problem is whether a _T_-r Setter. subsidies to the Provinces if they Por example, a merchant went i vacate the income and corporat-os for a loan', tax Seids for good, and 35r. Uiley will have a basis for making up his It is_the opinion of ihe Indepen- ________ Montreal j branch of the Unemployment In- surance Commission three -weeks ago. In what is belierefl to be the first snch operation successfully carried ont in a Canadian dry- dock; the freighter Cheyenne has been floated at Montreal after being sawed in two and stitched together again. Fonr feet were inserted in her huIL Xatiorial Defence Headquarters garcen fire. most- peo- ir common or Electricity is more gaivitii v.- _------- scientific and soon we shall ao our cooking with disgruntled atoms. Sulphur is gone both from, our matches and our spring tonics. Time marches on. BXTETER AT SL80 A POTJND Ottawa Journal) Those who hoped that the tmusa- Bv fine weather during Slarch might help relieve the butter short- age will get a jolt in the official figures of production for thai month. The make of creamery butter was takes any kind of a contract wzal his solicitor has looked it over. On ordmarv questions where only legal advice is xeatured, the veteran can obtain the Help of the DVA solicitors. He wffi look over con- tracts and transfers, discuss busi- ness dealings and let you know where the pitfalls may be, he will helu you with any legal claims mav have against any of the DVA departments. His job is to the veteran. If vour particular case requires legal "action in the courts he will contact the local representative of the Canadian Bar Association who recommend a lawyer for you. if vou do not already have one of; nnae-to-be on tne eve ot a grea. vour own. The lawver they recom- banquet he aaa preparec. Grie-- mend will be one who is interested stricken, he closed the aming-room, in veterans and their welfare. He j its tables spread witn and wiU a good, reputable man. and shut himself up in a 13-iOOt-scuare he will do voar work for a nomi- cell on the premises, forsaking soap nal fee considerable less than the "There's so much beer spilled, then, that is actually gets he explains. The four-storey building, blitzed twice and nearly burned cown once during the war, was the home and business of _the Beat- ley family since 174o. nave unearthed evidence that Na- thaniel Bentley inherited the busi- ness from his father in 1751 but it is not known just when he became addicted to the habits that gained for him the nickname of "Dirty Dick." Legend has it toe switch-over from "dandy" to "dirty old man" followed the sudden death of his ed to bis civilian clients. expenditure t a afferent set of offi- At the present time the DVA soli- citors are working steadily. About 50 per cent of the cases brought iVisMt- -aftoTirinn arfr domestic re- i and water. _ When he died in 1809 oodies of Jjafl remnants banker i v. -n i nn n i that vou are account, waich wiHjgood for the loan but I have only I! Division. His retirement will cul- last vear. With creamery butter goir _v.n ftf consumption at the rate of some 21 million pounds, a month- witn only some 12 rnilnon pounds inaae during March and storage stocks at of the feast were found in the dining-room. ___ _ The "dustbin host" has his own to their attention" are domestic re-] ideas about the presence of the lations cases. In such cases they cats. ''I guess they founa_tnls_a will let the veteran know what his logai nghts and duties are. Their an tinderstand- to conclusion. Years Ago About 15 per cent of the cases are landlord and tenant cases. And the balance are made up from everything from traffic accidents storage j subsequent actions to iv kind i oaeries about contracts of various i Muds. I Seeding win be general in Veterans who live in or near Cal- j Orton district week. garv or Edmonton should, if they have any legal question to teH him how much he must produce i half that amount in my la-jlts. mmate six years" service with the seven go to the DVA headquarters in tneir slitter! own city and make an appoint- escess p and industry basis wher costs where ap had for ihe ask- will r.ot be loag. hand, veterans who country. may obtain by wnSng for at. sure to give your initials, former ser- Bustness more jobs, but take all ambit: Ottawa by a rervice i ing some effect on give full liament is making better progress good place to die after feasting on the dinner and whoever opened the place thought it better to harg them up rattier than have them From the Files of The Lethhridge Herald. in Ur.e The sttaar company will erect z- beet dump to serve the HiUsprmg area. Water was turned into the mam canal at the Kimhali head- gates on April 14, and will reach the Chin of the system to- morrow. Terence "Terry" Home, talented et-hbndge singer, will go to France Italy to studv. Mr. Eome has been studying m" New York for several years. affected. this year than for some sessions nj mat is suffi- would be good for business to know distribution of money in all what this year's tax rates will be as soon as possible. uon "What 3s isq place school bo; its x-pnous forms to tli'c work and production of the com- munity, no more and no less. If there is more than enough money 'we have deflation. Today the whole Wonder what will be built first, danger is inflation, or a rising spiral the Armories, the City Hall, or the of pnces for commodities. new rwippiafpT Blut there have been times in 1he i new oouegiate? j_ --.IIT losivd JAPAVS (Ottawa Journal) headquarters in Vancouver for the jurisdiction of all sales promotion arid traffic department activities irom Winnipeg to the Pacific coast _____________ including Seattle, G. R McGregor, A 36-year-oic nousewue nas been j general traffic manager announced elected "to the Japanese diet. Per- j at Winnipeg. W. J. Dalby is ap- haps she will live to be known as j pointed traffic manager, western past, notably in the early 1930's i the Aggie Macphail ol Japan! region. good about it all when reminded that the three quarts of cream used to make a pound cf b'ltter had cost her If a few more city people were to try this a pound Of butter at 42 cents might be more appre- ciated, and all blame for the pres- ent shortage might, not be placed Ai till u 'on the farmer. see a doctor or a dentist, so many i people hesitate about seeking the i advice and assistance of a lawyer. _____________ .__ _____ (This is apt to be a dangerous, end writing to vou for further informa- mav be a costly, procedure. More tion. and save yourself the delays j than half of legal work of involved by prolonged correspond- straightening out mistakes made by ence. Written requests will be dealt people who thought they didn't with promptly and if you require the services of a lawyer one in need a lawyer in the first place. Veterans should not hesitate to NEWSPAPER! your own district will be recom- make use of this service which the mended. I department of veterans affairs has Just as many people delay going'made available to them. SEWSPAPERl ;