Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY ttxtb HERAU3 OCX. LTD. vaA a. Who Owns the Money? By GRANT PICKED UP W. A. BUCHANAN and Omctor. JOHN TORRAXCS Business H. G. UOSQ C- R. MATTHEWS Audit Boresa of CSsKimaam. OP as Second jDepsrtment. -The Hercid Serves the these old Prsines need is z good five-inch ram. At last JJethbncge is beginning to tali about town planning the of pie future. BeUer never. The Price of Milk The'e is one asoect of ilr. DreWs for the heavy share ise wnicfc presents no j will come from Ontario. Oi case troicn presents and is free 01 contradictions. FOR TBS BUSY READER Views of the Press dropped. As a result of the price drop many fanners cut their mus- tard plantings and by 1945 produc- tion had tapered to -seas still tunes the pre-war average. Montana's pre-war aierage nas little less 6.000.000, but curing the MCSTAKO FKOM MONTANA Falls Tribune) Mustard is now this country's Xumber 1 spice and Montana __......_ by far the leading naustara-gron- jpencd from 1940 through the 1 ing state. The National Geogra- average amounted to electrically-run, automobOe spelling pepper meat preservation, spicing fisht- men's messes and ions, supplying urgently -needed oil. and drawing colds from The United States has stretched its pepper stockpile partly by as- Boismisn. nresident What They Say Dr. C. E. M- the Ttwrt. BritMk equivalent "What the educated man should possess is not so much a store of knowledge as the anility to obtain whatever knotcledge he vants, as poulticed chests, did its bit to help the war. and when he happens to -want M, to retain it for as as he it and then" to disembarrass him- self of it with the greatest expedition." national econo ____ _____ the country and the as he ignores it or, rather, rates it ,for purposes of -aha: as a seejig-oie factor. He regards. are provincial faces. There is. it negiig-ole uea-th of On'arii some of pepper's big chores: American Psrchiamc Assoc- i IO niustard. Mustard seed imports. Jstion said in Chicago "consider- j coining mostly from. England. Umiecl States ser- Europe and China, tapered from a are- becoming: sjosirotie as a pre-war average to as 'he head of a self-contained unit iano must be the final _ .the use to which be "ha" when is put bv the Dominion. Tne less- of finding ihe country they defended "in a very chaotic coaoi- _" grosinc tna: pw.j-e near NanaL-no for cxpericentatioJi Frca the standpoint of th would be to pay more ja i on whether a lobster industry can ducer the early campaign f, financing tne sLowasces than -hei I_ a published On the British Col- creased plantings was too st receive in a-Iawancss. ne ce- ana a naion seco-.- I of weslern pounds in 1944. Bat foresee- ing such drops in all spice imports government agriculturists advocated spices. Mustard Co-operatinfr trwh the j the one best suited to the climate ish Columbia. and Montana was a major paruci- -flg set aside I pan: the nation's heavy increase in a lagoon I in mustard nroductioa. Frcai the standpoint of the pro- for m- success- dared mmself tte premier off If Mr. Drews proposal ot 01 January is recalled, n -.vJi be seen 5 wast. fuL Parmers of western states had been raising an 11.000.000- pounc aierage Sn orevious years It was a great idea W s U one "I think much dipping irtto int." FoTlbuitb U-MS bom bis great idtt, The fountain drip, MO smctr! fouuu U. S. (VxcnwO. >M4 Canadian taxaaveW ana at "rates of the country, Mr. Drew concedes earned to the Crofts. Cnless these j common to'alf Canacians seized to rnqVo. no imoression on a pemy or two. bat brusaes the improvements are made quickly the point aside as being so as to, community will rjoc sunive. He took oreosely the same atti- be irrelevant. i rude in the Dominion-provincial Tins denial of the imity of Can- Pleading guilty to 30 charges of ousted from Do-: ada, thai our business, our econ- fcrsery and uttering Hassell Z. J The Brooks Bulletin, which re- m-ruon income anc ccrporation tax! omy is national. _ ...__ statistics to snow tha' 4S per cent fleets tne larm jof .Mal :fcese j ing _.. to sav about the ennr'.sm c. j jases catne from Ontario Many ingrown provincialism, tences to run concurrentlj. Hussel! in the price of mnk from 10 j raise cs s. quart to 12. It saysi TZ would be hard indeed to tna; Canadians canno; aliord an ample consumption of -t irne" one TT-a''cgj; study 5Sn.v miihons of dollars syt on whisky snd no one _.ms to begrudge the price of Scotch, even althougn it cos.5 what coes. Sometimes we see the woods for the trees, and tea mUt price controversy points up that raying. year more than Alber- taas bough; liquor permits to bwy verr badly iratered whisky K 'a. very'smsil quart. Tes we grouch about payiss 12 cents a large quart for rery good irrseatered milk. Flour 2fow that the is being lifted on. what abous the sub- sidy being paid for whesu tised to flour for domestic tion could be cited irom the i is a fundamental obstacle to a set- pleaded guilty to forgias the name rence Hansard. At page 20, j tlement. But this argument, ES of his father. A. S. Matthevrs. on reM' saic: "From the incomes i tnth the constitutional argument, is 15 cheques each draTn on his fath- of private mdmdrs's arc. irom cor- modified of course, by the fact that er's account in a Regina bank and poratioris. t-ie Dominion govern- Mr. Drevr is prepared to deal, pro- iavoIvjEgr a total of 5575. pora men; collected in Ontario alone last year ill." In return tor prepsreo viced the Dominion irili up its price IO smr cntaric's anpeute tor cssh. these taxes, ne went on. -The Do- minion Goiernmeni now proposes I to pay to the government 01 On- tario a. subsidy would, accord- ing to its own tigures, be worta approximately this year." Ai'page 140. "Let us rememoer tms simple proposition, that of the total j of minion collected las: jear j in taxes from the people of Canada, I 48 per cent of this came from people of Ontario." Mr. Carson, of ilamioba. broke 3n to ssy that; tne money -seas col- lected m Oniano but noi from the people of Cdtario. Mr. Drew cis- missed the poms as negligmis the overwhelming majontv ot everv dollar produced, m Ontario is made by the work, the brain and the vigor LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Front FagsO The Road Ahead By Capt. J. Harper Prowse. HO3O5S FOR SMALL EAKXERS The more I study Canada's at- tempts to deal tnth the housing problem the more I become con- vinced thai for some reason the government doesn't wan; to provide I and 125 pcunos in weight, --or .Ac5S ot the people of Ontario the is future in Caisaca? Boring all the nobody tears sboat cast-of-liv- Ing. It has been lost sight of. Wortera sslorg for higher wftges and shorter hours so as to haTe take-horns pay in the hope lor security in their order to pat more sea to work, 3trt ire have yet to see a- -workers' appeal for higher wages because of any increase in jigfng because sach increases have been negligible. Kor did the coss-of-Hring have anything to do witii .the recent increase in farm toacaiuery costa and other increases ia cesisags of mamifactured goods. Everybody seems w be determined to hike prices and wages regardless ol the coet-of-IivsEg- index. So why Ot wheel-horses 01 Confedera3on are Ontario ana Qaebec." Mr. Etew repeated over and over again that 77" per cent of all the money paid in taxes comes from Ontario and Quebec. If Sntish Columbia zhs third wealthy province included, he said it would be 85.5 per cent. He stressed the fact that the other six: provinces only paid 14j per cent of TIT'S tax bin. With equal vigor he refuted the statement that Ontario is one of the great pools in which national wealth accumulates. In his rmnd K 15 Ontario s money. "J3ut the overwhelming majority of all that money is made not by business dons cuiside, but by the work of the peoole of Ontario." Over -this money, Mr. Drew, as in family allowances, set up his gov- ernment as the sole proprietor: (page our responsibility cents a bushel for wheat from wMch to make Sour for bread in Canada? TSToaldn'i; that be a good place to stars -jakiiig off scene more of the consols? THAT BODY OF YOURS (JAMES W. BARTON, MIX) i SUKGICAL TREATMENT OF CHKOSIC MENTAL It was mevitable that something should be doce to encourage the -sinter of catae to finjsh them for the market. Sad rotaing been done moss of the cattle would have been sold off grass in the f all. Then we would have had a. glut meat HI the fall and a dire shortage la the sprag, and that would have "When a patient has been treat- ed for a mental ailment for a num- ber of years, his symptoms being a hazard to timseif" ace others, or where his depression of spirits is so profound that family and attend- ants share much of his gnef, any- hing that would relieve hint and leace omsrs is naturally welcoraed. This is why the operation lobotomy removal of front looes of brain is being performed in various menir- al institutions. 1 have mentioned this operation and the results oo- ained in two previous articles, be- cause, while z. cure is not Eouthwooo. wno became in iss; nonori 1 known to ms staff as the Uaie brackets. is a horrible thought I am Droud of it nor hamr about -j Kd man." He hac, a quiet, kinoiy man- _ as a coy irom is less than S2.000 per year? WHy business on Loncons j should thev no After sernng as a delivery ro -r.-v.ose bov for a jeweler lor ave shillings a "wees: and holding several other jobs, he became a. junior clerk with the company known as Odhams Brothers. It was largely through his efforts dunrg the lass futy vears thas Odhams Press, as it is now known, grew to its present gigantic size- Lord- Southwood's successful as- sociation with the Daily Herald be- gan in 1923, when the T.TJ.C. maoe tne decision to transfer 51 per cent of the stock of what was then 3. low-orculauon newspaper to Od- hams. Lord Southwood threw ail Herald into the huge class, and ic now sells more copies daily. He was a regular attendant of the House of Ixxros, m which he was Labor whip, .tie made many benefacnons, one of the lass being the purcnase of the library of the late John oia-nmer m the Labor he presented to the London County CouncIL Lord Southwood was chairman and managing director of Ocnams Psess, Ltd.; Odhams Ltd.; Daily Herald, Ltd.; Coming Fashions, Ltd.; Newspap- oar whcle food economy badly. The solution found by the Wai- time Prices and Trade Board through the discontinuance of ceilings on bine and rec label beef, while i; win not be popu- Jar with the butchers, wifl make it to carry on winter flri-shing cattle to assure a. supply of beef for spring early summer. Thai is what the fanners have been ask- irg. At tne moment K looks like a happy solution. Delay Decontrol obtained, most paner.ts are helped and none are harmed. A recent report on a senes of 100 of these operations during 1941 to 1S45 is given by Drs Hofstatier, A. K. Busch, J. P. Clancy, and E. A. Srnbiik in the Southern Medical Journal, This series of 100 cases represents patients who have for art average of ten years, and save been in hospital for an aver- age of five years. Many of these showed not only noor adjustment to life and to others, but definite anti-social fight- ing. even murderous. They had re- ceived many forms of treatment, all unsuccessful. Comparing tne results of opera- tion in these 100 ootamed in a in seventeen other places, physicians found that their figures anc. Ox figures of these seventeen other places with nearly six times as iLaay cases, were just aoout the same. Thus the figures cf Drs. Hofstatter, Busch, Clancy and Srno- lik showed 31 per cent much im- proved, 33 per cent imuToved and 30 per cent slightly or not improv- ed. we remember that these j patients had been ill for ten or Parliament has Bar- more years, had been in hospital row majorities that prices and '-e25- Iive fcad received in Castada should not be de- controlled the present Time, The debate on resolutions aslocg an end to control by the Warfcme Prices and Trade Bosrd showed that, while there may be no great enthusiasm lor a continuance of the present controls, the members fear where decontrol would lead. They fear inflation, and would rather put up criticism of the controls than tae criticism would most cer- tainly come if all controls were lifted. We think Parliament made the right choice for the present The next few months will ten where prices and wages are going in TJ.S. ers, Ltd.; Dean and Son, Ltd.; Gen- eral Press, Ltd.; Press Printers, Ltd.; Victoria House Company, Ltd.; Illustrated Loncon News and Sketch, Ltd.; Sporting and Dramatic Publishing Company. Ltd.; Drapers' Secord, and Men's Wear Publishing Coinpanv Ltd. He was past president of the Advertising Association ana president of the Association of Teachers of Printing and Allied Suojects. He also was a trustee of the Printers' Pension, Alrnshcuse and Orphan. Asylum Corporation ana of me Newsvendors' Benevolent and Provident Institution. Two strangers m a first-class compartment were in friendly con- versation. The windows had been cicsed oy previous occupants, and the desultory talk was drifted to the subject of ventilation. "I make it." said one, "an in- variable practice to advise oeople to sleep with their bedroom" win- dows open all the round. effort wnatever to nei; income is less than Sl.200 a about 'naif of our people? That is what they are doing. Aside from. the holdings provided in very limited numbers" fay the Veterans land Act ail the housing beipg pro- vided by government agencies and action is of use only to those in the higher income brackets.. Weil, I think I know the reasoES for this. At first they seem ab- solutely much so that for a long time I couldn't accept the conclusions I came to. And yet.-sfterT had talked to conclusion "thai, incredible or not, tals was the answer. Today there is a. grave and seri- ous shortage o: men who are will- ing to do manual, unskilled labor. Tve are short of men for ail cur primary lum- bering, farming, and pick and shovel jobs. For reasons which are known to most ueople our men just don't want these kmd of jobs. And. at the present, they don't have to take them. The mea who have returned from the services have their gratuities TO help them out while they wait for tae kind of job thev want. Those who worked in factories, etc., during the war have either sxfll got these jobs or are en their All Ot this of people are cow concen- tra'ed in bur" cities. At the nresent nme they are able to pay His relatively high rents in the cities and get by. If the gov- ernment were to braid a sufficient, number of realiy low-rental homes to accommodate them, teen they would stay in the cities The gov- ernment doesn't want this. It wants them to get out into the primary1 industries. So, we are going to have s, touch of help these people to suend their gratuities and sav- ings" as quickly as possible. Then we are going to have a touch of de- pression, so that they wul lose an hope of getting jobs in the cities. We are going to give them a "touch of to "make them re- alize that a job is a take their snaepencence away from them and teach them a little discipline. When their money is gone they will be evicted from their apart- "Ho, laughed the other "I: easy to see v__ _ ___ "Indeed, and whaf do you think it is? "It is fairly came the reply in lofty tones, "tnat you're a doctor.' AXOTHEB. KILLER ments, homes and rooms la which they now live. Relief payments won't heip them much. Then they'll be offered jobs in the bush, on the farms, and in the wage levels much lower than are now being offered. The depression wil fix this. But if these people are living in proper homes provided by the gov- ernment .then it will be hard to evict tihem And they win be far less liable to be willir.s to take any job if they have been when the price-wage level is established there Canada will have a. better idea of what to do about it. ,_. Ui-ClCU----CVCAl Ai Toronuos coroner ad- -K-hipoed with a "touch of starva- Tises men_who are over 50 to aioia i tion ..ajgue. trouole :s that if you} This all sounds fantastic, doesn't IotSr But that is the line of thought -r you, it is quite j -srh-ch is being followed bv many :H make the people who hold leading positions oredom, -K-luch m incustrr 2nd in government in j this country. They want Jto be able i to cut our 'srocuctson costs so that will be able to compete against other countries on the world export i vears ahead. The all otner naown forms o' treatinert its use in these chronic cases of mental illness. 20 Years Ago From the FSes of The Herald. r. tfe bush, in the mines. curcn. There was no argument JfaVmT. aoout that, as there was consider- j ''r a'l tr.e basic civj- rjf of production. _ argument about tne church Ixird Tweedsmuir was to attend i Tweedsmuir was to attend j Present schemes are to when he was Governor Genera! and the smaller, but more infiu- Glenwood is showing tne now Viscount Bennett was I en'ial class of people, who make Prime Minister of Canada. than per year very A staunch Presbyterian. Lord happy. These people will then be- Tweedsmmr was a bit surprised i Heve "all ss right in the world ar.d steady -when he was commanded by some- i -jnli be flattered into agreems that growth. Three general stores row one in London to attend St. j our unskzHea workers should re- decorate the main street. j Bartholomew's in Ottawa. Ke was i alize that a "job is a job." And given permission to attend his own Canada's "disciplined and A service tai has been put into Presbyterian church once sn a i population will continue to be the effect in the c.ty with a S20 mini- while. _ j model of what a population should mum. Wortnrg on a scale, it will take the place of the poll tax. S. S. Rogers, formerly of Tabcr, has secured the agency here for Pontiac cars. A forty-eight hour week has been granted to Lethbndge city constables. j mocei OI wnai i That was before Mr. Bennett j be to the peoples oj the other na- j learned what was afoot. When he tions of the world. heard about it, he would have none j Fantastic, is it? Impossible' Far- of that and there was a merrv row! fetched? Radical? Check oier the 'record to date. Think about it. Consider all the facts. And if you can show me this is anjthm? but in which the Prime Minister in- sisted that Lord Tweedsmuir could attend the Presbyterian church, if he wished. 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