The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on April 29, 1966 · 36
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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · 36

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Friday, April 29, 1966
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The Ottawa Citizen w N Fri., Apr. 29, 1966 Fulbriglit fears U.S. getting 'war fever9 NEW YORK (AP) Senator Viet Nam has "generated the J. W. Fulbright says "a war beginnings of a war fever in the fever" has begun to grip the minds of American people and United States and could lead to kadere .. ae airman of global conflict. . . . ... At the very least, he adds, it the ' "laUons is crippling President John- committee told a dinner meeting . . ...... A va n n n m MAnirnnnn son s "Great societv" wo- Vl u,c cw.-yejw grams. Publishers Association's bureau U.S. military ihvolvempnt in of advertising. Fulbright said as war casual- si ' i -m ties affect more and more (JliakerS benefit American homes, "the patience of the American people will give OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) way to mounting demands for The American Friends Serv- an expanded war, for a light-ice committee, the Quaker ning blow that will get it over welfare organization, will re- with at a stroke." ceive $2,500,000 from the "The first demand," Fulbrigbf estate of financier Ernest said, "might be a blockade of Van Lobel Sels, who died in Haiphong; then, if that doesn't September, 1965, at the age work, a bombing raid on Hanoi; of 85. He suggested the and if that doesn't work, a Friends use the money "for strike against China; and then the welfare of little children." we will have a global war." Canvas Casuals Tripping, (kipping lighthtarted casual! el canvas fortified with n.vloa pop them in Ore washing machine and lit they come, sparkling and fresh!. ! For tioy feet in Pink. Primrose or Navy. Sizes 8'i-J. 3. Teens and adult sizes in Pink. Primrose. Blue. White and Denim shades. ' 4.9 Also madras plaids. Zipp and you're In! A delightful little canvas sneaker for carefree days. Plain or striped i navy and white. ss f-io if " I ; 1 'Hf s I Infant deaths high in some areas TORONTO (CP) Infants is baffled by the high infant Mr. Lewis also questioned is an effective law unto itself." have a much better chance of mortality rate. The NDP mem- the wisdom of conducting wide- Mr Le called for a corn-survival in certain areas of On- ber suggested it may be tied to spread tuberculosis tests. . , ' , . .. tario than in others, Stephen the reluctance of doctors to Case kn0WB &fhTLr wlKs Lewis (NDP Scarborough serve in the Ontario hinterland. . " ' . Healto Art larger pubhc beath West) said in the leewlahire , u .7- . u He said " granU and government action Thudav legislature Health Minister Matthew Dy- cidence of TB declining, to set up regional health units, inursaay. wmA said even in the Soviet iarp a., ar annuallv Giving examples of infant Umo authorities have difficulty LYgnTL!f! S i uii a i- nui veva miiic aallic mo i deaths per thousand babies Russia. he douKted how it rould a.ence 5r jSe"-M LT CU W Ui born, but areas such as Grey be done in a free societv such , U"T - ' - 1 He l!lSdSi counties sPe?k & Two of them already were LfUvgiJ U K& U DBS CiUzen-UPI staff photo queen Gloria Glaubitz, 25, defeated 19 other candidates to become the Dominion Bureau of Statistics' entry in the Miss Civil Service contest. She is both a secretary and a housewife. Bad shooting saved rider and cities as examples of high ""ZTr i ti Ti , ... a . , , FROM PAIN OF -mortautv Prince Edwar d Partment' criticized most Mr. Lewis said that the Wei-rm rn Countv 31 ir thousand Pr mental hosPitals m Provmce lington-Dufferin health unit . coTand rS iTl EnSS for not asking Iocal pubUc referred 900 PP16 to drSilpOrilS 6 fnd ShawaSfi 8 health mits Mow UP with with ailmentTsuch as Ugh Jf - " ' Mr I. 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