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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta U.S. Senators Propose Canadian Department Friday, ManK 30, 1970 THE IE1HBRIDGE HERMD 1J liv KAY DIl'K He said Canada has been I under Hie affairs off-! WASHINGTON (CTi A icc primarily because of its move Ijy two senators lo have j ,n Canadian sffaiis transferred' Aiken, ranking Hepubfean on from Hie slate department's Ku-1 foreign relations' rcpcaii bureau lo its "riijlitfiil ,mt saij has place in a Western Hemi-! sphere office received a interest in Western sympathetic hearing in Ilie stale splieie nrcbleins than with KIM department, retail" that "this will be State Undersecretary Klliul j especially true if England ever; R i c h a r n on Wednesday Kul.opean Common promised Senators George Aiken (Roil. VI.) and Frank Clmrdi (Di'in. Utah) lhal Ihe Aikcn ar.d Clnirch liavc been dcparlment will review (heir re-'Strong supporters of Canacla- U.S. interparliamentary meet-1 lion, especially where Canada is ings, lield since 1938. toi'.cerned, and he feels thai The (vto senators, both of; Americans should pay more at- whom attended Ihe interparlia-! Icnlion to Canada's growing na- mentary meetings here last j tionalistic feeling, such as on week, inacle Ihe suggestion on Arclic sovereignly. Canadian affairs during a tot-, eign relations committee hear-i U-.M-.ll.U iny on a proiwsed new state de-1 Sovereignty over waters in parlmenl office lo oversee pol-: archipelago was icy lowards Saulli American' about Hie only Ihmg Canadian minifies "id American parliamentarians Church has been pressing agree on during Iheir meetings here last week, slate department for several. ..j whether i( js any munllis on the newt for mere: best to continue to treat continental political co-opera-' Canada as though it were a part of a larger European Church told Ihe committee hear- ing. "I think raltier we should treat Canada as the largest sin- gle country1 of UK; Western Hemisphere and the most im- portant neighbor we have." Church said he found in con- versation with Canadian parlia- mentarians a growing sensitiv- ity toward U.S. tendency to take Canadians for granted. "Several of the parliamentar- ians pointed out to me that in the comprehensive review of American foreign policy issued by the president, Canada was, the only country that was con-; spicuously left unmentioned. "They feel they have a very j great importance to us and to> Ihe hemisphere, i think that they increasingly view them- selves as disconnected with the European tics. They even avoid referring to Canada as a Commonwealth or Dominion. "I think you should rethink! the Canadian he told: Richardson, "because the atti- tudes could be found in Canada! that are apparent in Latin America." Saccharine Danger Tests Going On 01TAIVA (CO Studies by [he federal food and drug direc- torate on the safety of sacchar- ine will take another year or 18 months, Dr. A. B. Morrison, deputy director-general, said today. Meanwhile, the directorate sees no reason to lake any ac- tion against the artificial sweetening on the basis of studies by Dr. George T. Bryan of the Univcisity of Wisconsin. Dr. Bryan said yesterday his studies show a possible danger saccharine although he emphasized that the findings. are preliminary. In Ottawa, Dr. Morrison said i Dr. Bryan's studies involved in-' jecling saccharine and choles- toral into the urinary tract of mice. Half the mice developed I Madder tumors compared with only 12 per cent in a control gi'oup injected only with cholcs- j tcrol. Dr. Morrison said the directo- rale feels this is insufficicnl evi- dence on which to action j against saccharine and that Ihe Bryan tests were an inappro priate way of checking a suhst- ance is taken hy mouth. The directorate's lests with animals have been going on for some three months. Saccharine; is being administered by mouth, j Dr. Bryan's preliminary find-1 ings about saccharine are simi-! lar lo his original findings respect to cyclamates, another' chemical sweetening agent now i being progressively banned in (he United States and Canada.! Later studies showed lhal rats; given doses cf cyclamates could develop hladder cancers. Dr. Morrison said he lalkcd with Dr. Bryan by telephone today and the Ameiican re- searcher disagrees with the view lhat injection Is an innp-1 propriatc way lo check Ihe safety of a product normally taken bv mouth. QUALITY VALUE SAVINGS Prices effective until closing Saturday, March 21 CANADA UTILITY GRADE FRYING CHICKEN Whole, Economically Priced Legion Brief Raps Basic Pension Rale OTTAWA (CP) The basic pension rate and inadequate compensation for veterans with multiple disabilities are areas of major concern to veterans' or- ganizations, a spokesman for the gi'oup said Thursday. In a brief to Ihe Commons committee on veterans affairs, Robert Kohaly, national presi dent of the Royal Canadian Le- gion, said veterans associations are willing lo accept the propos- als of the government's white paper on veterans' pensions, with the exceplion of these two areas. i j, -j As spokesman for II veterans i groups, he said unskilled-labor- I market wages rates should re- Tlr, ,1T main "Ihe bedrock principle of our pension legislation" and! compensation for loss of earning! power in this market should re- main the basis for pension pay- ments. The government, he said, is KD.MONTON (CP) Health considering finding a new James Henderson Save <-e every tvjatchin the Just bring in anything that tells time, from "dime store" watches to broken sun dials, (even if they aren't working regardless of their condition, well altpw to 50% off every watch In the store! Sd hurry to Mackenzie's. You'll "timeof mula for basic payments. As for multiple disability pen- sioners paraplegics, w a r blinded, and multiple amputees veterans associations rec- ommended pension increases lhat would put Ihe cosl at about says that in future when patient checks out of an Al-', iierta hospital he will be given j a bill for the full amount of service and treatment during his slay. But the palicn! won't have lo a year, pay. rlireclly at least. more than the white paper pro- Mr. Henderson said the idea posal. of billing patients is to show i This would mean a total para--them how much of their modi-! plegic would receive an addi- cal expenses is covered by' tional a year, and a to- medical and hospilal care to- tally blind pensioner would get! surancc and how it is broken an increase of a year. I down. DIAMONtmRtKMfTS t REGINA SASKATOON MOOSE JAW PRINCE ALBERT CALGARY LETHBRIDGE 613 4th AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 328-4214 Whatever It Takes COLLEGE PRE-SPRING CHECK-UP 10 Point Brake and Steering Check 1. Inspect All Broke lining) For Wear 7. Inspect All Wheel Cylinders For Icnks 3. Imped And Top Up Brake Fluid 4. Inspect And Repack Ffonl Wheel Bearings 5. Inspect Front Wheel Seals 6. Inspect Tie Rod Ends 7. Inspect Ball Joinls Inspect Steering Idler Arm 1. Inspect Fronl Tires For Abnormal Wear 10. Inspect Power Steering Hoses And Fluid Budget Terms Available For Major Repairs Phone 327-5763 For Appoinlment coLLeae 6 Ave. end oth Si. S. lelhbridfje, Alln. FREEZER SPECIAL- HINDS of PORK Leg Rotnls, Poilt Chops, Side Ribs, elc. Cut and Wrapped............Ib. GARDENLAND CHOICE Peas or Corn ,4 OI g -M SUN-RYPE-APPIE, OSANGE, GRAPE Drink for 1-00 KON TIKI Pineapple 3 vo, ,9.., ,in, 4 NABOB ASSORTED JELLY POWDERS 3-oz. P'cgs. Milk Niblefs Corn Corn Flakes HEINZ STRAINED OR JUNIOR Scup Aylmcr IQ-oz. 1ms Canuda No. Cauliflower Si- Carrots pkg. 23" -PLAY- LET'S GO TO THE RACES WITH IGA Don'l foKjcl you have till 6 p.m. Monday lo pUk up your Fiec Racing oi your porfifipaling IGA stoic. -Racei on CJIH-TV Chdnncl 7 Ulhbiicfrjo lo p.m. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;