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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta "FAOB FOTJK THE LETHBRIDGE HEEALD THURSDAY, MAY CO., LTD. Pubtttbers Sixtb St. xctbbcMe, W. A. TOCHAKAJI _ mad Director. Venapr. BL O. fcOSQ Editor. C. JL Labor tad there iz wing of dian organized labor which seeks to impreMioa that what- ever Russia does under ccm- dictatorship' right, the great majority of workers in Can- ada know that jobs depend oa pro- dueuoa, tad production depends on peace and trade wairh give the A 'Doctor He State Medicine In Britain By OR. CHARLES HHi j Oeaersl Secretary cf the Bn- i lieh aiecieal Association, in the I Transatlantic Daiiy StsjJ. j the' If the state pays that salary, the will become the doctor's mas- ter. Is that in the patient's inter- from a i be ecntieo to pr rest mere taaa aeaita. win tne i ZKK- Socialist government s bill improve', area he chooses, he must get, per- direction, but house, a ricre, a -spp-e- su.a wha. freer raw filet, a asppier aac: aSwg direction all the eame Whai s. -wj. to PICKED UP IN PASSING JXSB THE BtTSY REAPER DocgZu R. Doherty beea president of the Calgary OLD FAITHFUL of fcealtaj orie Second Office Department, Herald Serve the South" We could do dust. raia These workers are not enamored wish Russia's present show of i poetics, for they fear it is the way :o another world war. Ia as edi- lonsl ia tie las; issue of "The labor organ cf the Caaa- ia Federstios of under use title "Stalin it Piaii." the tabor Review In speeches the recent mock elector, in Bussia. Joseph StsJUn snaounced a for hesw industry. He set goals for steet pig iron. ccaL ana 02! production to the oatpaz 01 the world's largest producer ef these nunerals, the XJmted When these goals were reached, he said, "ossiy then caa we our eounur guaranteed against aay ewatualitv." As further r-iaran- Civic Theatre. Food minister Sir Ben Smith direction tae esoar t warned Bntoes they may see a fur- It threatens the doctors may come tokher darkeasas cMhesr hreaa. if ou- dos like the other workers. During last ye-.- of should be free to choose where they j newsprint were imported aao Bn- -'wo'k aad what kiad of work they i tain from Canaea at a cast of without interference by the sn.eOQ -iv otwvhodv? Kothiag ia this government. __ ot freshsir. as come to the healis centre. laceed. !t wn! the iuae of ii. tee agauist "arsy eventuality" he declared Hat tae JRussias armed achieve it. us forces were to be re-trained, re- eeuipoed. aad reorganized. Some The East amy sail have si! the yi supplies for the money but the West all the curling aad hockey trophifle. Calsary decided not to have saving time after all. How women, dii they sit on ihe City Couacil? Canadians should that it is ia their best interests to make tae American tourists feel at home this summer. A badly treated guest seldom comes back. JT j n I ,_ _ MT throsish some areas a centre may be coatrsbatiSa itc an acvsatage ia orgaaszatioa, but be disadvantages to Ae travel grera disuaces. W? caa give full ten times the size of the crowd aim. .EverToae dgort TS the doctors have been! will geiias. for a really comprehensive sici ana sew. will -iff, there will be excellent in ia March increased over the previous month, with 28 strikes involving 5JS76 workers a. uaie lass of -W.OCS man-days. ConciliatioG of a dispute between local 382 of the Hotel Restaur- ant Employees' Union aad Calgary betels has failed and the uaioa has decided to apply for arbitration. icso Stalia !s a new- the Italian dis-tributiou Sevan's look to- the income. be tried out so that the have to j know what it is 1" ui or itors can know whi will be naid: before it becomes -1 _- 1-W health organization. msialv by salary TXA "Wmi bu: act in terms that would j as health centres can be uilt he will run his practice _wuh I needs. taer doctors is a health The Way Cleared If there was ever any doubt that the family of the late Kitz Sick be wiHing to fall in with this eommuniiy's plans for the de- velopment of the Civic Centre recreational area, that doubt was removed this week when. Emil G- -Sek told tae local trustees and srchUect to help work out a plan for the best expenditure, of his father's gift to the ciiy, and point- ed to the fine opportunity bridge has to build retxeeiionai centre worth That frees the SIOAOOO allows ir- to be used to the best ad- vantage for Lethbridge aad its peo- ple, whether ft be for swimming pool, a gymnasium or in whatever way can. best be found ipend it 'to that the people .of Kthhricge, and especially irili get the moat peauuent good out of it. li allows the Civic Centre committee to make a new_ ap- proach. to the recreational facilities should be provided. Now if de committee and the Sick-Mem- orial can get together they should be able to work out a plan ch will provide with his msde the decision to make military power his first objec- tive, we are forced to make a carresoondme decision. Since "in Russia the ccmsnumst partv is going "to organize a uosurge of nations' economy" for military ends, there will have to be organized under democratic leadership a. new mightv upsurge of national economy 10 balance and with- stand it. -The Russian Tsrogrsri to provide against any eventuality" is a pro- gram of preparation for war. The choice has been made of guns be- fore butter just as i: was made m Germanv in the years oefore 1939. One may hope for a different out- come, that Russia will Sad sum- cient occupation for its mmtary forces in pacifying' its owe staves without seeking .diveraqn by warring upon, its out only wsy in which, the resi; oi the world ca'n influence this second choice in national policy is by mus- tering a- countervailing power: by Empire of today. S si v-r jecaais the soveraaieat's coctor. i- actors as a who-e became civil arvants. The job of the civil servant is o obev the state, to carry out or- ers and. wheaever he can, to avoid direct resDonsibilitv. Is this wnat The ordinary maa waaa ia ais jui interest his doctor must be free to give such treatment as he needs to sneak ar.n write about dicia" zs'he believes, to certify r? the natieat is fit or uatit lor play centze for summer and. win- ter sports of which we may be proud. There are few dues in Canada -which liave the spmee, the opportunity and the money with -srtuca. to tackle such a project, and that should be an incentive to us to do oar best to build, some- really worth while.' 1UJLU _ _ mav be safely spokea of.wita a revgeace equal to required for Joe Sialia, the materialist coa- ceptioa of human soullessaess v the oackgrouad of aa ignorant tradltionless, aad mmatear national Bolicv clooely resenibliag that evoiv- Germaa-r-bv puperhaager named -Skier aad vintner's agen named ETobeatrop. Force ail that counts m sad rla's reiaiioa with the civilized That is an It is -unfortunate that it should have to be said. The picture por trayed-fumishes one of the mason-, why reconversion ia the democracies may not have beea carried through wii as mucfc speed u could wished. Growing pains can be very ag gravating. But Lethnridfe is find ing them delightful in aiost la stances. a centre. rut taosc aiua Now, doss ail cancein personal relatioasaip betweea ceatre developmeal big buildings, wuh. and better queues, r tratioa of Inhuman migh- good kill that relationship for iliiii tile work -arithout iaterfereace oy the late or aayoae else. He must be his not the state's servant. In tins matter the doctor's freedom is tae freedom. The patient must have tree choice of doctor, the right to choose Un. aad the right to chaage him. The doctor's remuneration, snoula depend aot oa whether he pleases a. committee or aa official but oa whether ae pleases the patieat. Of course, free choice aaeaas ua- eoual work betweea doctors. Some are nreferred to others. are better tftsn others! For doctors w> be oa equal sal- aries would meaa, sooner or later, thas the ordiisarv maa will lose his free choice of doctor, for govern- ments doa't like payiag equal sal- aries for uaequal work. would clsinoute the wort SThe government propotes to own all Bruasn's hospitals. T'-e hospital will become Wnite- halTS hospital- Is that in the pa- tiens-s interest? Will that e the hospital a. better, a more mane thing? Everybody wants co-orciaation o. hospital services. The governments i to organize hospitals over retjiOES, thrcuga regioaai bodies, is "excellent. The cociors have been s for vears. When the Health "Service BUI becomes patients are the work. But do the goveraaieat-'s pro- Tjosals that the doctor wii become the govemaient's doctor that doctors will become civil ser- vaats that the cold haad of bur- eaucracv will freeze the. doctor- la their pres- ent form they do. If doctors are aiaialy Time due to strikes and lock- er lover. This came out with ar- rival in Moscow of four Dutch bulb experts aad 30.000 gift to Moscow for May day. The aewtptper Italia Kuova of Rome rxgsested Italian sailors might scuttie fleet to prevent its among the Allies. Fred McCslla. secretary of the Alberta. iUlk aad Cream Producers' Association, said there was a fear of a. aiilk shonage aext fall if the goverameat does aot meet the