Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 25
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 25

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
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Trade Fights Involve U. S. In Many Ways By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP)-Trade wars can h^pen in spite of all the official expressions of distaste for them. Today the international trade picture is cluttered up with wheat chaff and chicken feathers. The air over the United States also is filled with complaints about foreign dumping of steel products, various textiles and electronic gadgets. On the sidelines is that perennial imponderable, the Soviet Union. It can, and sometimes does, stir up trouble by its own form of market raiding—pinpointing lo calities to flood with cheap oil. Today it is busily building an oil pipeline to put its products i n easy distance of industrial Western Europe. Russia holds a large hoard of gold which it ceuld dump on the market or withhold from the market at will, if it wished to embarrass the United States in its present fight to protect its gold reserves and the price of the metal. International traders also struggle with the political and economic implications of sugar, tin, rubber, coffee. Trade sits in at many a conference chiefly labeled as political or ideological. The chicken war with the European Common Market may look like a smal 1 matter. It may be subject to compromise between the United States and the six nations. But with each side budging very little today it could lead to a more important trade war, with a lot of others besides American chicken farmers hurt. The Common Market has raised the tariff on American poultry 180 per cent to 13.43 cent a pound. Tuesday it offered to cut this back by 1.3 cents, if the United States would abandon further negotiations on the issue. The United States says the cut is too small and that the tariff hike has damaged some $46 million a year of its poultry trade. It has been studying a long list of European products on which it could raise tariffs with the aim of hurting European trade by an equal $46 million. Wheat is in the picture because the United States owns huge stocks it has acquired in supporting domestic prices. It has been selling some of this wheat abroad, but has refused to sell to the Red bloc. Canada has just completed deals to sell huge amounts of its wheat to Red China and to Russia, with some of the latter supply being shipped to Cuba. Electronics Pinpoints Brain Harm Electronic equipment will be used to determine what happens in the brain as brain-damaged children try to learn. The research will be carried out at Northwestern University, financed by a $30,000 grant from the Easter Seal Research Foundation. The announcement was made today by the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults, of which the Knox County Society is a member. The instruments used will enable the scientists to record actual brain wave patterns of 325 children now under treatment The most unusual feature of the work will be the recording of brain waves of the children engaged in visual and auditory learning. The children will be given a pre - programmed problem, and they will press a button when they think they have the answer. The instruments will record all reactions during the thought proc ess. The project is scheduled to continue for five years, and will deal exclusively with learning disabili ties due to minimal brain damage rather than to mental deficiencies or emotional disturbances. Final results will apply to thousands of adults also, who suffer from aphasia, cerebral palsy, deafness, dyslexia and other forms of crippling. Guam is the largest island of the "Pacific group known as the Marianas, according to Britannica Book of the Year. tfc&e yea -foiecC Mickdberryit PORK SAUSAGE c R I S C 3 Lb. Con SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS 27c Lb. 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