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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta tPAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1946 __________fTrTBAT.n OCX. LTD- J proprietors and Publishers Sixth St. S., W. A. BUCHANAS it Managing JOHN TORRANCZ Business s. a. EditCT. C. R- MATTESWS Secretary. i PICKED UP What Say By WILFRID EGGLSSTOX. on immigration and Labor has been LIN L VJJ Senate Puts Oa Its Most Imprtssire j Bankruptcy, Income Tax presidents were ever faced with rno'e numerous and fatetul deci- sions than those facing Mr. Truman at the moment and he is getting i i ing one o: j ductive sessions. i long time, j true to asse: it been so cent Hai its agenda such a wide range legislation. Tae BUST READOl Anne- O'Hart McCormick uk Xew York Times: War. domestic or national, is no the answer to any prob-em. S The idea that society is divided into _ belore helc o: important el the more a ClVli j world war and every uee work as this is More than SuO.OOO bushes o. pure a civll war. 4 of the Senate's seed were marketer last year vaih ro wor'c is .hese Force j questionable support or aid tern j July, and the congressional elet- fhe people-l elected representatives' tions next November. whose thoughts are centred on aj six-inontit holiday starting late in; Publicatioa of Tnere were no occtors. nurses or Part of the MtaUty sno_wn oy A ir> 1 beets in Alberta sao- t causing suffer- j BRYICREEM mmmmfCV MAW THI MKF1CT NAIR men, BKKXMIK for Dooming. A little appUed momine will keep your in place all always control Buncwuuc over- scaJp diyaess. recsoves dancSrufl; and a healthy, natural lastrc, Fcr well-grooord hair, buy a haady tube cf today I SUM W SOAP M flLCOHOL ST4BCH celebrates the home- coming of sen-ice sen slid women in July. And a good time and a good cause to celebrate. Contentious Problem A section of the grain Canada is bus? Sarrcers how many hundreds of of dollars they are losing because of the operations of the Canada Wheai Board. They are Telling that farmers should be get- ting SilS, the world price, for their and that the Government is natural lull in private bills but now s the backlog which "gypping" them through plans Bell wheat to Britain for a ter of years at an. unstated, but less, recent years. pncV-probably a busheL The propaganda is designed to stir tip growers to demand an end to Government control of selling through the Canada Wheat Board and a return to the open market, through the "Winnipeg Grain Ex- change. There is the of a Srst- row in the suggestion. Farm- ers, of course, want to get as much. as possible- for their wheat crop, the cash crop of the "West. But they remember the thirties and end then shied "away from." It is I J. I nch- i true of some problems that you can j .per Chamber "this i them to ripen taxes and with the costs incidental to. his oSics it is likely the president is the most needy official in his gov- ernment's service. Rep. Alrin. F. Weichel fRep., Ohio) has advanced a suggestion that, if it is good anywhere, would also apply to Canada. To help off- set the housing shortage he sug- gests that homes occupied by YOU R culkv c' i Liiiit- EO-HC Aiii A. ,____-__ of to i themselves. DIK this is surely of i ._ _ i the Bankructcv Acz. but in effect a j aisrener smo. _ _ 5c- TV; There is perhaps no mere (JAMES W. BASTOX. M-DJ im- SAFETY OF THIOCKACIL IX TREATMENT OF GOITRE j without prejudicing the rights of the owners. pension holding- nubiic hearine: tion with it. Major changes in another act. tfce Unemployment In- surance Act. -K-ere introduced in the Senate, and the Senate committee LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Front Page.) out a co-operauve arranges tween the ten sorer ments very liEtle progress made. A crushing "weigh advised and excessive A diplomat who spent years in _____ Moscow and is a genuine admirer a number of months Stalin forecast the other dav capable of reducing the national reactions more or less "severe, I income and creating widespread em- no- written about it until ployment. If our national income is to be maintained at anvthing like the level we are aiming at, namely, ten billions a year, the j reform will have to be made. Let's I not forget- that in the lass tie-j but that in action they were first- pression the naaonal income was j even in naif, vfuiallv w 12 eveci thousands of cases had been treat- ed and the results reported by the American Medical Association, our ecoguized highest authority. It is onlv natural that a. patient like "to avoid an operation or every way. This explains i cut in half. vfruiaUy. between 1329 j be obtained bv xhe ooen sale of wheat then ang whv, in the First War. they and 1933. Anything which threatens! raj" u a caa De kept their average of casualties in to cut the national income even j the grimmes- Cghtins, lower Than by as little as ten per any other troops. which is a billion dollars a obviously soasetmng w.-uco we cant i cujp j) aficra to play arouna mucn treatuieiiv. price of beef cattle in j (Loa'don Daily Sketch) longer. ____________ More than 365 for j every day of the be un- I cfer construction in British yards within the next month or two. are not; rushing to climb on "the open market bandwagon. As to the present world price cf t-r also tha cured tion of the invitation and the possibility of good that might come from such a meeting. The reasons were Stalin's extreme reluctance to travel anywhere away from the Kremlin, his aversion to firing and his desire, at his age. to leave foreign affairs largely to those who will take over the dictatorship when he is forced to leave the scene. pian this Ui When President Truman said i a oati-nt 1946 wss "the year of guilty of understatement, Canada, has TXXB. about four to five cents uader the TLS. price ever 1342 when the Government put up the bars against the export of beef cattle to U.S. Cattlemen, zoo, could argue that they have lost ay millions of dollars through confined to the Canadian market. Wnas would happen if these con- trols were suddenly thrown off? Prices of beef and wheat ana other farm commodities would no doubt __ Z The Road Ahead Tbis position win be B-T J" at least three vears. A LEGION" PROBLEM ke many other of this was" bitterly disappointed. Etase spectacular rise. There be a corresponding rise in the cost of living. There would follow inflation in land prices such as oc- curred along with S2.25 wheai and 16-ceat beef after the last war. And then what? Deflation and chaos like the thirties? The farm- ers wonder, and say litUe. when the Canadian legion, at their nap recer.j Dominion convention in Que- recent bc-c defeated a her that she might get some from her father. "Which do you think T should i take. she asked. "Joe is awfully handsome, but Sam is a __ nice, stead" chap. that efeas organization of ex-ser- Fataer did not hesitate. It is a decision which I "My dear." he replied, "if you J want a good husband, take Sam. He you." Betty looked interested. _ __ "How do you know? sae asked. xridspread prejudice against, the resolution which cave pennited those N-R. troons who srw action in this become members of ization o; It is a decision will resret in time and eventually, at some fu- j ture convention, be reversed. This action stems, of course, from Father smiled. "zombie." much of which is the Who the Taxes? "I've been borrowing money from resuit of the fact that a disgrace- aim for the last sac months." he fuUy large number of them desert- feim for tne last sac montns." ne {ujjy large said, "and he still conies to see you when warned twice a week." TTSBER ENGLAND'S HEEL 'Edinburgh Scotsman) A young Scottish officer, who re- turned recently from Greece, is much amused with an experience for overseas ser- When a drug causes reactions (more or less serious symptoms) these reactions are called toxic (poison in Is is because of these reactions that many physi- cians hesitate to prescribe thioura- cil- It means much then, to physi- cians and patients, to learn of the toxicitv of thiouracil as found by a siirvev fav the Food and Drug Ad- ministratio'n in which six drug manufacturers havs co-operatea. A clinical oractuai observation of tne tsatient svmptoms and treatment was made "of 5.745 patients treated with thiouracil fay 328 physicians. _ What did these physicians find as to the toxic or poisonous action of this draz Among the lo pottus mentioned are the following: _ I Thiouracil should be usec for "before" operation treatment and for those patients who cannot withstand operation. ana se> bv 2. Th" most freouent- ana s complications of treatment thiouracil are (a) loss of white cells from the blood. vice. This prejudice, with all its bitterness and animosity, is one of rashes. the unfortunate resuks of the way drug fever, (c) and other We're hearing so much these cays about whether Ontario should col- lect this or Ottawa that or Quebec the other that were in danger of losing sight of the moss important factor of T'nTS whole tax collecting fellow who pays. He paid gracefully during the war years, and he paid heavily. He is ioping for some relief now, and he is properly disturbed when he sees the Dominion and the Prov- inces quarrelling over who should, it were, pick ths bones. What the taxpayer waata Is lower taxes and asroraace that the taxes he does pay will be used to the best advantage for himself and for Can- ada and for tie maintenance of the manpower question was handl- ed in this couritrv during the war. I hold no brief for those men refused to serve then- country he had there when political j when thev were needed and the troubles were most acute. Se found I national safety was at, stake. But that he and fellow Scottish soldiers j do not think that any of us have were pooular there if they explain- the right to condemn a man ed that they came from Scotland while not willing to offer his 2 About 13 per cent of all cases a "in 8) can "02 expected to some reaction to thiouracil. 4 Even though 1 in 3 cases re- acted unfavorably to this crag. three-fourths of these investigators were of the opinion that these re- actions were less tban complications man who, in children willing to should not" be treated by tniouracU and not England or Britain. telegraphed the prospective buver: trocps "Am wiliine to accent your 'and saw action who were sent to Europe is neither better. morning a cheo'ue for nor worse, than any other group by post, so fte sent the horse bv "in usual way TJp to June 21 Claresholni recesv- mp 01 ed over six inches of rain tne foons Some were killed: Manv I month, 4.12 inches Calling in were wounded. They proved them- recent heavy two-pay storm. Work on the swimming pool a Taber is being pressed. Work on the new C.P-H- grade at Hillspring is making good progress Veterans will turn out in force to "n ,'rfV; had they declared themselves "vol UP lO I.lJIiS. i EOT________.f the is an indication that they nd and the job which gives him the money j money oacs." with which to pay any taxes at all.} cmES Just i fHoward V. In Chicago "Who are these taxpayers? where does all the money come from? Lest year taxpayers paid S53I 3n income taxes. Esre is how they paid, according to salary groups: persons with incomes ranging from to a. year paid persons with incomes ranging from to a year paid people with incomes ranging from to a year paid 2.140 persons with incomes be- tween S25.000 and paid 500 persons with incomes be- tween and a vear paid 160 persons with incomes over S100.000 paid So, you see, it's the little fellow with to a year who pays the lion's share. Let's not forget him in the Dominion-pro- vincial scramble, otherwise he may have something to say next time he" goes to the polls. possessed a stubborn determination which I feel deserves respect. When we were short of reinforce- ments we cursed those men wh I douijt if there will ever be clean then those who howled the louden when a British government official- much peace on turn around and discriminate i lv admits that, apart from a lit- unt'l people think as much about' againn the conscript who did what fie matter of parenthesps. Ireland pprFonaJ resDcnHbilitv as they he was ordered to do. Somehow it and Eire arr one. pvrn if they are babbie about personal liberty. doesn't add up! not entirely indivisible. wfaf OUR GOOD NEIGHBOURS Your Canadian Trayel Bureau, formed to protect and promote your interests in Canada's tourist indus- try, is running adrertising in lead- ing U.Si newspapers reminding American readers of the beauty and diversity of Canada's tourist attrac- tions. At the same time it is tactfully reminding them Shot in view of travel accommodation diffi- culties this summer, they will be wise to make reser- vations ahead. ToURIST MONEY spreads around. It flows into every community, creating extra, business, added income. Even if you never see a tourist you benefit from his spending just as surely as Tom the taxi man. Let's protect our valuable tourist business. This year of all years, -we must make our American neighbours especially welcome so that they will take back with them pleasant memories of Canada's courtesy, kindliness, real neighbourliness. In so doing we'll be building up a priceless backlog of goodwill. We'll be helping to make the tourist indus- try still bigger and more prosperous in the years to come. CANADIAN TRAVEL BUREAU of SiFWSPAPFRI ;