Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on April 27, 1948 · 5
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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada · 5

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ftSfciTOOX STAEfHOEMA, TiESDAY. APRIL tT. l4i PAG FITS National Transportation Policy Urged by Norman Canadas whole transportation , demanded that low railway system should be studied by freight rates be charged on low-competent authority and then value commodities and higher a national transportation policy (rates on high-value traffic. The should be formulated, based on, railways were in effect perform-sound economics and fashioned 1 ing a government function, to serve the needs of the coun- But . truckers hauled only try as a w hole." This was the thesis proposed by Graeme C. Norman, assistant transportation economist, Canadian National Railways, in an address to the Cosmopolitan club in The Elite on Monday. He argued that all the countrys transportation facilities, including rail and piotor systems should be co-ordinated so that the people would get the maximum of service at the mini-1 mum or real cost to them-1 selves. The visitor spoke on behalf of i the Railway Association of Can-1 ada, which recently asked for and got an increase in freight rates. ' , Canada's rail freight transpor-l tation rates averaged less than ; one cent per ton per mile, Mr. Norman said.. This was lower by far than the rate of any, other country in the British , commonwealth, Europe or the I western hemisphere. (whatever traffic paid a profit. On the other hand, air freight Thus they cut into the 25 per costs were from 20 to 30 cents cent of traffic that enabled the railway to pay their way. All forms of transportation sea, land and air received government aid, but the railways suffered in comparison with others. Harbor facilities were was revealed in the annual report released today by P. C, Klaehn, district administrator. The report said that 820 were granted war .veterans allowances. 112 were placed in gain-Jful employment, and 103 were Tl (. n n 1 .same as those in effect for hotel eon meeting at 12.15 o'clock Sat King broken and restaurant employees. lurday afternoon. May 8, in The, PROTECT Y0UI WORMS As Boys Convicted Fortv-three charges of break- The executive expressed dis ! Bessborough. He will present ' appointment at the proposed decorations to a number of per-new federal laboi code, intro-! sons who won distinction in the duced in the House of Commons recent war. . I , rorivinree rnar-es oi urea- Hon- H- Mitchell, minister of, L. G. A. Schlichting, piess-at still reei'tered as unemokved ' ,, , , labor. Members though this tache. Netherlands office. Ot-. few ofherew eregrS S'1"8' en!enng and thcft faml, code fell far short of the pies-, ta wa, will address a dinnei J 8 .three 15-year-oM youths in ju- ent Saskatchewan trade union meeting at 6.15 o clock Thurs-, May 20,, in The pro ided for water carriers, airports for airplanes and roads 6 -. u , . , . for trucks. receipt of medical treatment, i'enile court a the city police act. and was aimed at appeasing day e.en,B, Contrary to the general belief,' Of those still registered as un- station, Monday afternoon. lanti-labo- employees at the ex-j sbtK) ou revenues from the highways employed. 94 were residents of! jn a t.vc rr.cnth period thp Penae Canadian workers. " did not pay for their construe-! Saskatoon. The total included 50 jouths had stolen more than1 , ,T,VU Uon and maintenance. who were veterans of two wars. $300 in cash and merchandise:'""0, I-'sx.ilauItiuas In 1945, for example, receipts! Mr. Klaehn pointed out that a from various city stores and AJ5pV0Va,. was glXe? , , ,fy from all highway user in the fair percentage of these older their apprehension brought to 1!! !H, 0P.M M w hich operated in the city in . . m,. for th wn items nine provinces amounted to $91,- vets would receive seasonal em-000,000. Expenses for maintenance, construction, administration and amortization of capital costs totalled about $120,000,000. The transportation problem ployment in the spring. Actual placements were made by the national employment service, with D.V.A. cooperation. Mr. Klaehn admitted that confronting Canada is simply j some older ex-servicemen this, Mr. Norman said, how lacked the necessary training (to obtain the best use from our for skilled trades or professions 1 charges of breaking and enter highways facilities without at but reports from employers; jng an(j seven of theit was (the same time destroying tue showed these men to be steady (given a year's probation. Sen- lability of the railways to furn-'and reliable. The turnover tenee of the .third youth,1 The Canadian Cluh will hold 1 ish the essential low cost trans- among these older employees 1 charged with three breaking three meetings, May 3, 8 and 20. portation which is physically 1 was found to be less than among and enterings and one of theft, bardar Hardit Malik, high cum- street. The cost for the two items will be $210. Local Club Lists Three Meetings FOR COUGHS ff fcefe ff tft, hwwi mm4 every jeer el ewer Ceefe eel lie IIA rmuSSM Met be 4. A ad I k eeA Milne ef peeyle tee Me I (Me qolc ft relief. PKTUSSM ectt e ewe. Tee In) beve le ceffer Me aileery ef Me rutolug eee I flRTUMM. Sefe fer yens eel ell area eeiel MMrn e ell Prf Sieree. and economically impossible for the younger workers. was being considered. anyone else to provide." In an effort to secure addi-i 1 Highways transport, doing tional employment opportune ... . . n . . less than five per cent of thejties for older veterans the Ca-. VVnilln Piif !uiCOC (work, was getting 20 per cent, nadian Corps of Commissionaires' M UUIU 1 UL laliloCo of the land transport revenue, is launching a campaign May 3. per ten-mile while the average highway rate was about five centk. Railways carried all kinds of cargoes including low rate materials as well as profitable high rate goods. Only about 25 per cent of their tonnage moved at the average one-cent rate. Fifty per tent was carried at lower rates. There remained only 25 per cent of the freight, carried at higher rates, from which earnings could be obtained. Canadas domestic economy and its exporting requirements About TB 4 Purpose Lovolon tart, quick to us qflur a shampoo, LOYALON Hair tins doai 4 things to giro YOUI hair b.auly, glamours 1. 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Skid at Dm f Sr Catmetit Cauattri m. nt, iff Appravad Jofo far tabrka ' rCoatribnced) 'T'HE other day I found a friend sitting in his office with a small mirror which he had borrowed from his secretary, and what do you supposehe was doing with it. He had his lips drawn back and his bared teeth clenched, and he was looking at the effect admiringly. I mustnt have looked too impressed because he seemed to think some explanation was necessary and proceeded to give it to me. Look at all that money. he gloated, pointing to his teeth. "I just got one artificial tooth put in back and it has made me appreciate what a lot of money is tied up in these sound teeth. Why, every one of them is worth as much as a good suit. I am sure going to give them the best care it costs too much to get replacements. Then he gave himself another fixed grin in the mirror, let his face return to normal, handed the glass back to his secretary, and tore his attention from his teeth fo his business with me. But - his line of argument kept recurring to me all day. Maybe it would do us all good I thought, if once in a while we thought about how much our health means to us in money. If you really figured it out with a pencil you would find that being foolish with your health is throwing away a small fortune. Suppose someone asked you to estimate what a good pair of lungs were worth what would you say. Are they worth i good fur coat, a good house, a trip to California or overseas or maybe around the world. Well I dont think you would exchange a good pair' of lungs for any of those things, would you And yet there are- people who, while they agree in principle, are careless about knowing whether their lungs are healthy or not, if these people had a call from their fire insurance' agent telling them their insurance was about to expire they would get right busy to have it renewed. They would be willing to go to quite a bit of trouble. But if somebody says you can have a free chest X-ray by going down to the city hall they shilly shally around and dont get there. Queer, isnt it? ' A If you dont think its worth while on any other basis think of it in terms of money. How much are sound lungs worth to you? And is it as much as your insurance. After all, getting a -chest X-ray is about as near as you x:an come to insurance. It gives you the assurance that your lungs are all right if they are, and it warns you at the earliest 1 possible moment if something- is wrong. So get a chest X-ray when the travelling fluorographic X-ray unit comes to your district and do everything you can to push the pre venjtive program in your city and province. Tuberculosis attacks .both sexes, -all ages and all races. It - is a universal enemy. Pioneer Delisle Settler Passes Oscar Sandberg, 68, who settled in the Delisle district 44 years ago, died at his farm home Monday. Mr. Sandberg, who was pre deceased by his wife in 1941, is survived by two sons, Walter and Orvel at Delisle and four daughters, Mrs. Unis Stankevich of New Westminster, Mrs. Mary Hoffman of Kelowna, B.C., Mrs, Irma French of Donavon, Sask., and Mrs. Luella Gilbertson of Delisle. The funeral is being held Saturday afternoon (M.S.T.) from the United church at Delisle with burial in the Avondale cemetery in the Delisle district. McKagues Funeral' Home is in charge of arrangements, jj he said The speaker was introduced by O. C. Staigh and thanked by Harley Brown. John Morrison presided. 1,100 Senior Vets Given D.V.A. Aid Since the inception of the old-1 It is hoped to interest employers in engaging these men as messengers, armed guards, doormen, elevator operators, and similar positions of trust. Employers should apply to the D.V.A. office, or the national employment office to engage these older vets. Under Wage Plan A resolution urging nurse trainees in Saskatchewan hospitals be brought under minimum wage regulations was passed at an executive meeting of the Saskatchewan Federation of Labor recently. Members asked nurses be covered to the extent of 60 per cent of the average graduating salar- missioner for India, will ad dress a dinner meeting of the club at 6.15 oclock Monday evening in the Saskatoon Club. His excellency, Dr. J. H. Van Rorijan, ambassador for the Netherlands government in Canada, will speak at a lunch- Sniper Attack SEOUL, .April 27 (API. A er veterans section of the sniper attack on an American ies for the first year of training: D.V.A., approximately 1.100 se-j courier plane on Cheju island, 75 per cent for the second year nior ex-servicemen in the off southern Korea, was report-land 90 per cent the third year. Saskatoon district have availed led Monday by United States . The resolution -asked that the themselves of its facilities. This 'army headquarters here. board and lodging rates be the Changes in Train Csrviee between Saskatoon Melfort Carrot River EFFECTIVE MAY 2 Train No. 68 will leave Saskatoon 7.00 p.m., SATURDAY, instead of 8.10 p.m., and will be operated to Melfort only. Times Shown Are Central Standard Add One Hoar for Daylight Saving ' Full Particulars from Any Agent, or CJ4JL Station, Phone 6255, 22453. W48-87 ffflsteijnjiinonfls mm SMARTER SILVER STREAK VUlllSTEEL BODY BY DESIGN FISHER WITH HO -DRAFT VENTILATION Y MULTI-SEAL HYDRAULIC DRAKES , Y SMOOTH AND ECONOMICAL SIX t EIGHT CYLINDER L-IIEAD ENGINES Y SHOCK-PROOF KNEE-ACTION TRIPLE-CUSHIONED RIDE1 r'TRO-ARC SAFETY STEERING t i ' Available with certain tnodah at extra cost with IlYDliMIATIC DIM r.2nnOT r.as)H3s E.m CORNER 2nd AVENUE and 19th STREET PHONE 8134, SASKATOON v. i A MID-WEST MOTORS LIMITED Rose St. and 12th Avenue, Regina, Saak.

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