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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 21, 1973, Brandon, Manitoba 92nd year no. 156 serving Western Manitoba since 1882 Brandon Manitoba saturday july 21, 1973 phone 727 2451 Price to cents today reactivation of inc urged Ottawa up a Canada India and Poland Are being pressed to reactivate the International control commission Ico in Cambodia diplomatic sources revealed Friday. The three members of the Cambodia inc indefinitely adjourned dec. A ii 1969. Have been asked to reconvene by the cambodian government which has been virtually under siege by communist Cambodia and North vietnamese forces for months. Ottawa up a three Canadian forces aircraft have been working overtime during the last two weeks to carry More than 1,000 tons of Grain and dry milk to the drought Ridden hinterlands of Nigeria the defence department reported Friday. Ottawa up a the Canadian construction association has recommended a Long list of proposals to boost Western Canadas Economy ranging from new rail links and seaports to fairer freight rates and lower taxes. A the West needs an Industrial and economic strategy for development which had one been designed and implemented some years ago would have precluded the problems that face the West today a Cha president Henry de up Jalon said in a news release. Ottawa up a the Federal health department plans immediate support through its health Grant program for an Exchange of medical knowledge and personnel Between Canada and China Deputy minister Maurice Leclair said Friday. Halifax up a Princess Alexandra headed for Pictou this morning to Honor the anniversary of scottish settlers first Landing in Nova Scotia. The trip to Pictou the highlight of her five Day tour of the province follows a warm Welcome the Princess received from Haig onions Friday. Hamiota ramp have released the a info of men killed one mile East of Kenton Early Friday morning in a head on collision trucks. Dead Are Norman Legasse 27. Of Killar Ney and Murray Kent 35, of the Kenton area. One of the trucks involved in the collision burned. The crash occurred at about 1 30 Friday morning. Balloon still aloft Over a test site Wellington . Reuter a a Pale balloon indicating that a nuclear test is imminent was still flying Over the French testing site at muru Roa atoll today the new zealand press associations correspondent on Hoard the frigate Otago reported. Rome apr Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton wept Friday As they reunited in Rome the City where their Romance started to years ago. Tripoli apr Libya said today that the egyptian news Agency was Correct in its report of the july la resignation of col. Moa mar khad Afy this country a fiery Young Leader. But a government statement said the resignation was refused the same Day. Washington apr former White House aide Gordon Strachan admits destroying documents about political intelligence hut denies knowing about the watergate wiretapping in Advance or participating in a cover up. His testimony already in conflict with that of former Campaign Deputy Jeb Stuart Magruder and ousted White House counsel John Dean will face stiff testing by the Senate watergate committee when the televised hearings resume monday. Inside Symons Oiler made Rocanville famous. Page 3 things have changed at Curran 5 sport. Viewpoints. Comics. Classified District news family pages travel. Church. 6. 7, 8414 16. 17. 18. 199. To. La. 12 2013 forecast sunny and very warm today and sunday. Brisk southerly winds sunday. Highs today 80 to 85. Lows tonight 55 to 60. Yesterdays High Low 78 and 47. Schreyer hits j Federal gov t Energy policy a a a j trim and tidy Adele Chicoine Anne Baldaro and Janice Perchaluk Are three Young ladies who Are responsible for the Fine appearance of Many of the City a lawns and boulevards. The three Are All employed by the City Parks department and by their smiles enjoy the Opportunity for fresh air and Sunshine. Gov t wanted round subsidy figure Long Ottawa up a the government Cut the subsidy it pays Millers for the Purchase of wheat because it wanted a round figure to work with. Justice minister Otto Lang said Friday. Or. Lang minister responsible for the wheat Board told the commons prices would be easier to calculate at a subsidy of is per Bushel rather than the previous rate of $1.0414. The reduction announced thursday night is expected to contribute to higher bread costs when it goes into effect in the new crop year. If the government was so interested in a round figure asked Stanley Knowles new democratic party House Leader Why did no to it think in Lemieux released pending Appeal of sentence Montreal up a lawyer Robert Lemieux was granted bail Friday pending his Appeal against nine contempt of court citations. Bail hearing for Lemieux a client Jacques Rose was postponed until wednesday. Or. Justice Jules Deschenes of Quebec court of Appeal set three conditions for the lawyers release. He must abstain from making comments on his Appeal obey All court orders and keep the peace. Lemieux was sentenced tuesday to 21/2 years in prison by or. Justice Guy Mathieu of Quebec Superior court. Eight of the nine citations were for outbursts during roses trial which ended tuesday and one was for advising a Crown witness not to testify. Terms of $1.10 or $1.25 per Bushel. This would help bring Down prices instead of increase them for the consumer. Or. Lang said the 414-cent change would raise flour production costs Only 1/10 of one per cent. Higher bread prices expected by fall would result largely from rising world wheat prices. Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield said the government is reducing its own liability by making the Cut and can hardly expect Millers to show restraint in Price increases. Or. Lang said the reduction will save the government Only $2.7 million. It will still be paying a total of $60 million annually in subsidies. However the Cost increase for Millers will be far higher than 4y2 cents a Bushel. The ministers announcement also raises the wheat Board Price of Domestic wheat from the fixed Price of $3 a Bushel to the going world Price a currently $3.5314. That is roughly a 30-per-cent Rise to the Millers. With the previous subsidy Millers paid the Board $1.9514 per Bushel. They will pay $2.5314 when the new crop year starts aug. I. If the world Price holds. Or. Lang estimated that will raise the Price of bread about one cent a loaf but opposition spokesmen say the Price could Rise several cents or. Stanfield said this is All the More reason for raising the subsidy to Millers not reducing it. Prime minister Trudeau argued that Consumers Are still benefiting by government w heat policy to the extent of the $60 million annual subsidy. Producers were also gaining from the new Price arrangements. He was replying to Allan Lawrence pc a Northumberland Durha who asked Why the government decided to reduce the subsidy at a time when food prices Are going up and there is a $350 million Cash surplus in the Federal Treasury. Or. Trudeau said it is a question of whether the Public wants consumer subsidies right and left or prefers to have taxes go Down. Turbo train wrecked in crash Montreal up a eleven railway officials and Crew members were injured and a $2 million Turbo train destroyed Friday when the Turbo collided with the Tail end of a Canadian National freight train in a West end railway Yard. Seven . Railway officials three in employees and one United aircraft employee received Burns cuts and bruises in the collision and the fire which followed. All were treated in Hospital and released a Hospital spokesman said the four unit Turbo built by United aircraft of Canada Ltd. Was one of two turbos purchased for $4.1 million last december by Amtrak the . Corporation which runs inter City passenger train service in that country. The trains were still under going tests and were scheduled for delivery in August a United aircraft spokesman said. The freight train was carrying containers on Flat cars. Two cars were derailed but no injuries were reported among the Crew. Edmund Well a brakeman was in the car behind the turbos engine when he heard someone yell a a we re going to be a we got fire axes and knocked the windows out a the brakeman said. He said it appeared the East bound freight train on the same track As the westbound Turbo was shifting to the parallel siding when the collision occurred. The Turbo handled by a United aircraft Engineer and a in Crew was to have travelled to Brookville. Ont., and Back a a 240-mile trip. The passengers included officials of the Illinois Central Gulf and Milwaukee railroads and members of the . Federal railways safety Board. Turbo service was first introduced on the in Montreal Toronto run in december. 1968, but the trains were removed a month later for modifications for Winter service. Three of the original five in trains were returned for another test period in May 1970, but were withdrawn in february 1971, because of mechanical difficulties. Three weeks ago. The three trains were reintroduced to service but ran into trouble immediately. On june 26 service again was suspended indefinitely this time because of lubrication problems. Strike action Legal today rail workers to meet Munro Montreal up a non operating railway workers have offered to meet Federal labor minister John Munro or his representative to discuss contentious issues in contract talks. Richard Smith chairman of the Union negotiating committee said Friday at a news conference a letter offering to meet the minister has been sent. Ile also said the unions. Who have vowed to strike if necessary to Back their contract demands will give 12 to 14 hours notice before beginning strike action but the Date of the first strike has not yet been set. A strike is Legal As of today. Or. Smith said a Only the report of the Union conciliator John Weldon would be totally acceptable As a basis for or. Weldon who proposed 21.6 per cent wage increases Over two years and company nominee s. E. Hinsdale of Toronto submitted reports separate from that of or. Justice Craig Munroe of the British Columbia supreme court the Board chairman. Or Hinsdale suggested wage increases totalling 13.5 per cent. But the unions while satisfied with or. Weldon a proposals on wages Job Security and pensions Are unhappy with some of the minor suggestions of his report. Or. Justice Munroe suggested wage increases of 17 per cent for clerks porters maintenance and Roundhouse people and other employees involved. Their Basic hourly wage now is $3.54. Eight unions involved announced thursday night that selective strike action will Start As soon As strike coordinators can set up offices in 14 municipal cities across the country. Selective strikes with Only a single Region of the country hit for a few Days at one time were decided upon by the unions in talks Here this week. British Columbia the Prairies. Ontario and Quebec and the maritime Are rail regions common to the car and car. Newfoundland is serviced Only by in. A general strike was rejected for fear parliament might Force the 56.000 porters clerks maintenance men. And other non operating employees Back to work As was done with two previous railway strikes in 1966 and 1950 unions representing train operators and shop crafts people begin negotiations to reassess their contracts next week. A we have spoken to some of the other unions also considering strike at this time and they have Given us their moral Smith said. Vancouver up a when the history of Canada is to be written dispassionately in 20 or 30 years the Federal governments National Energy policy of the 1960s will be considered a a scandal of epic proportions a a premiered Schreyer said Friday. He told the National convention of the new democratic party that he did no to favor nationalization of All Energy resources As a result a and was vigorously applauded a but called for More Public participation in the marketing of Oil and Gas. Premier Schreyer said he hoped the nip would adopt a National Energy policy a that will turn around what has been done in the past few years in Canada. Previous a old party governments were slavishly and dogmatically wedded to the idea that government go into the production and marketing of Forest Mineral and Energy resources said or. Schreyer. Referring to the $92 million loan to Churchill Forest industries Chi Ltd. By the former conservative government in Manitoba the nip Premier said too High a Price had been paid. A never will we repeat the mistakes of the 1960s whereby the Public took All the risk while private ownership retained ownership and the he said in attacking deals made in Newfoundland. Nova Scotia. In Tish co Lune. A the provinces that were similar to the Chi Deal the Manitoba Premier said in a news conference following his speech the Energy Issue in National policy terms a is a problem which really cries out for priority attention Quot and expressed Hope that the delegates to the nip convention would find adequate time to deliberate on that matter. An Energy policy Resolution was to be debated Friday but was postponed until sunday because of disagreement on the scope of the Resolution. A in Canadas economic history and development that is one area More than any other where there has been the greatest default by the Federal when asked Why Energy policy would not be dealt with at the Western economic opportunities conference in Calgary next week. Or. Schreyer replied a a it a really a matter that transcends provincial a i believe the kind of policy we need in the terms of e Energy Reso u Roe Deve i o p in e n t and conservation is a policy that will provide for a much More meaningful involvement of the Public Section a Public ownership of a significant part of the Energy Industry a he said. A up until this Point in time with the exception of the establishment pan Arctic Oil. Which has been one of the greatest things that a been done by old party governments. Our Energy policy in Canada has been one which i m sure historians will have to characterize As a neglect of epic however or. Schreyer said a proposal that All Energy resources be brought under Public control a sounds like classical socialism of the 19th he said while he did no to favor to ii Public ownership a and substantial part of Tho Energy Industry should be owned by the Public. A i think that if one of the majors were to be owned by the Public sector that would suffice. Now whether that a 20, 25 or 30 per cent of the total exploration activity and 20 or 30 per cent of the total refining retailing capability that would be in my opinion nip convention growing Delegate support for wage Price controls Vancouver up a Battle lines appeared to be forming among new democratic party delegates As they prepared for today a debate on Price and wage controls. The ultimate decision could reverberate through the minority Liberal government. So far the nip which holds the balance of Power in the minority parliament has said Little about possible controls and the government has had Little trouble fending off conservative demands for a temporary freeze on prices and incomes. But it would be a different matter if the nip. Through a convention Resolution were to support the conservative demands. The broadly based Cost of living Resolution before the nip convention today said Only that a across the Board wages and prices controls Are not the answer to the present Rise in living Many senior party officials had hoped to avoid saddling the 31-member parliamentary caucus with any firm instructions on the Issue. But by Friday there appeared to be a growing number of delegates favouring some form of controls and there was support for a selective controls from two premiers Allan Blakeney of Saskatchewan and de Schreyer of Manitoba. Or. Blakeney said his province would Likely co operate in any selective Price control initiated by Ottawa. Or. Schreyer said that a once there is consensus that inflationary pressures Are no longer tolerable the next logical step is one of temporary imposition of incomes policy. Temporary he said that inflationary pressures now were closely approaching the intolerable level. Some delegates said there is a growing feeling among the 1,000 attending this nip Federal convention that its time for some Type of Price and wage controls but it was not known How the Resolution would finally emerge. It was considered almost certain that amendments calling for controls would be introduced from the floor. Meanwhile As the delegates plow de through their hefty list of resolutions Many of them involving procedural arguments they put off until sunday another key Battle area the question of Energy. A split developed Over the Resolution on the Issue described by party Leader David Lewis As the most important to face the convention. The disagreement was Over How comprehensive the solution should be. Or. Lewis to the Surprise of no one. Retained the party leadership Friday in the face of a Light Challenge from Douglas Campbell a Toronto taxi Driver. But or. Campbell who earlier hoped he would get 20 votes surprised even himself by collecting 76 or. Lewis received 719 and another 45 were spoiled

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