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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 15, 1975, Winnipeg, Manitoba WINNIPEG FREE MARCH 15, 1975 Soviet Train Travellers Evolve Own Life Style By PETER NOVOSIBIRSK By official Soviet trams carry about three billion passengers a a figure nearly as large as the population of the whole Private autos are rare here and those there are do not get used much for long distance travel because of the of road the weather and There is an extensive network of airline but Russians seem to regard flying with trepidation given the they ride the rails in great With so people on the it is only natural that a certain style of life for such trips has evolved a favored eating habits and other And there is n o better chance to observe From Medallion Ud. 1O i Medallion O Brand V 7 THE SKIMMED MILK POWDER THE FRESH MILK TASTE Medallion Brand is A SAMPLE MAILED TO YOUR Krom Hish Milk PHONE 233-7220_________ RESTAURANT 1041 MARION ST. 23 CHICKEN TAKE 2 Chicken 8 3 Chicken 14 IFF and included i 20 233-0329 CARTON OF COKES EVERY BUCKET divine mission welcomes you to an INTRODUCTION to MEDITATION Every SUNDAY Evening p.m. Rm. 807 Royal Tower Bldg. 504 Main St. at Ph. 942-2945 DID YOU KNOW? 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Stewart explained that dislocations to the conomy caused by ing at the retail level is d to be so severe that to a rationing program for ess than 6 months would be most more than the oil hortage it would be designed o In an Mr. Stewart that rationing wouldn't be until an allocations at the wholesale level ad been in effect for at least ix for two to the allocations program ime to have enough effect to eliminate the for he more drastic step towards and to provide and industry sufficient ime to gear for He also revealed that before of oil products such as heating oil and fuel ills would be the eral Energy Supplies Allocation Board has the power to allocations on natural gas and even coal supplies on a egional or national The allocations of these fuels vould be to encourage or even force certain customers o switch to more available al fuels that are not in short thereby taking some of 'the pressure off the al As a last the also has the power to consult the provinces on switching in the generation of electricity and on steps to be aken by provincial power ies to encourage the reduction n electricity consumption as another way of conserving fuels are in short If all of these measures fail to control the oil then rationing would have to be im- The has just completed a draft allocations program for oil products that is being ated among the provinces for A crude oil allocations gram is now in the The Board has almost com- as much as it plans to do in preparing for any It has designed a timetable for phasing into once locations come into And it has even narrowed down the designs of rationing cards to a as well as how the rationing would be handled But not much more effort will be devoted to rationing ning until the real need for such allow use of coal in ing would be available in the time of an oil would the increased amounts of alternate fuels such as domestic coal be available in the short time periods involved in an energy End a drastic step is Mr. Stewart Mr. Stewart said that the industrial capability to switch to alternate fuels during an emergency is more apparent than one wants to put in fuel interchangeability equipment if it doesn't promise a return on though this ar- gument may disappear if and when companies start suffering for lack of fuel Mr. Stewart But even where arc willing to pay for the bility of there will still be other limitations such as the need for new loading and unloading for as an along transportation And in the case of steel com- panies which now use natural gas and could switch to Mr. Stewart wonders whether extra chemicals needed to tf sing the retentionist argument that the cabinet is flouting the by commuting death sentences abolitionist Robert Stanbury Thursday night pressed Warren Allmand for an end to capital One capital case is before the cabinet and five more are expected this year as a result of murders of police and prison the only capital crimes in The death penalty hasn't been carried since 1962. Mr. a former net said he is con cerned that the cabinet will flout the law and capital He was concerned that the law would be brought into dis- repute as it appeared the was the will of Under the law the cabinet had to consider each capital case on its merits not allowing sentiment to over- ride He asked Mr. mand for assurances this being Speaking Mr. Stanbury suggested that the government abolish the death penalty together rather than evade its responsibility by The current extension of a trial limitation on capital pun ishment expires December 31 1977. Mr. Stanbury said the majority government should in an abolition before then and not fall back again on a free He said the present law may force the if it acts upon the to a step He could under stand the reluctance of cabine members to do But they must either respect the presen law or pass a new one abolish ing the death penally al Mr. Allmand replied that th law isn't being He added that he saw the curren situation coming and had triet to avoid it in 1973 with a amendment that would have ended the death The an abolitionist said MPs will have to decid before 1977 what to do and th in th government will either a changing current law or a resolution ex tending it. Mr. Allmand told Robert Me Cleave the public is alarme by the rising murder Hi was seeking a bei ter system to protect the pub lie and deal with Marcel Prud'homme Montreal St. total abolition with a minimum 25 years in jail for those wh rape or hijack an then as well as for degree PHOTO FINISHING AT ITS BEST Expertly done at sensible Fast 2 day in plant service film Birch Photo Ltd. 224 Notre Dame Ave. 942-6647 INTERESTED IN MINIATURES SCALI REFERENCE BOOKS Keystone Book i Hobbies RIVER Passport Photos COLOR or B ft W MINUTE SERVICE Sooter Studios 7754111 1SIO 222-ltU 2520 6 HOUR SERVICE on Black White Film Developing In at 10 out 4 p.m. Bonus dim with films Black and and 8 prints or more out oi 12 or 14 out of 20 gives you bonus No coupons Just pay for you 35 nro Your BUSINESS IS DEVELOPING GOODALL PHOTO LTD. 321 Carlton St. Free FREE Parking at Rear Now Entertaining Irish SALE SALE 10% Off Decoupage Supplies 10% Off Croft Kits Paint by Numbers 10% Plastic Models Special on Model R.R. rolling stock locos 25% W on Flex Truck AD HOBBIES 581 Portage Ph. 786-2028 10-6 to 9 Fri. 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