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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 _ THI IITHUIDGI MRALO April I, M70 Government Anti-Hate Bill Disguise For Social Ills By GERARD McNEIL OTTAWA (CP) Tbe govern- ment's anti-bate bill wouldn't have stopped the Kail daughter of Jews during the Second World War and can only dis- Labor Act Qianges To Be Opposed CALGARY (CP) The Ca- nadian Union of PubHe Em- ployees will continue to opp come revisions o( the Alberta Labor Ad, says Les Hevson, president of the H.OOO-member Alberta division. At an executive meeting ear- lier this week tbe union de- cided it could not support com- pulsory arbitration in any form. "Our experience In other parts of tbe country where compulsory arbitration lawi are enforced has not ond will Dot produce a satisfactory set- tlement in labor dispute." The union decickn was made tiler the Alberta Federation of Labor decided (o halt pro- testa aimed at Uw legislation. Tbe union will not attempt ts halt the passing of the act, be- fore the legislature now, Mr. Hevson said, but mil protesl any attempt to implement aliika ending provisions. The .Labor Federation de- rided to end Its proUst after I-abor Minister R a y IE o n c Heierson Introduced amend menls last week which reduced (he power cia! industry and tourism de- partment wiQ remain secret un- til the iiiiuiV-tiou of a jnrtinfri inquiry into the case. The Social Credit government amended a Progressive Conser- vative motion in tbe legislature Tuesday _wtaich caQed for the production of the lejxat and additional from R. J. Philipzyk lodged the unplaint against the depart- nent with Mr. McdeDaa sev- il years after being expelled m Ibe Edmonton Real Es- tc Hoard, a co-operative nn- er the jurisdiction of the de- irtmenU Tbe expulsion occurred about years ago and Mr. Philipzyk eft the province. He returned id entered the Ombudsman George McCfellan. Leu Hyndman said the cabinet decision to call a judicial Inquiry with- out reference to the legislator boi of the legislature and the of the ombuds- man. Nursing Council Bill May Be Lost McdeDan, appointed in 967. The ombudsmasi to the mvincUl cabinet and evidence may make available is to be torned over to tbe inquiry, ex- lected to be set up soon under supreme court justice. "The ombudsman Is a vact of the legislature, not servant of the gmuuuic This is what fa at Oppo- tjon Leader Peter Lougbeed told the House. Health Minister Jama Hen- tiM MvtlvHkn H9UU MTI UK dDDTJlBD does aot give him be binding ntfaantj of jo _ and jwy rather be can maie SUPER SAVINGS AT THRIFTWAY DRUGS SUPER SAVERS From THRIFTWAY DRUGS MAX FACTOR SPUY-A-WAVC HAIR SPRAY Regular and Super HoU 15-oe. KM. ITS........... r AAAALOX Tabled or Svtptnafen (ontadd) 50 rabkh or 12-oz. liquid ,J 11 Reg. 1.7S, -Bill sncuu 1 looking For A Special Gift? Have You Thought Of A Hand Tooled LEATHER HAND BAG? ChocM from ovr wfection in all aim ranges. FABERGE SPRAY COLOGNE UMrm Tim ONLY 9-m. ONIY 3" FABERGE HAIR SPRAY 1 10-01, ONIY.......... AUo. coupon you to purchase Brut and Tigroi Cofognei, n.75 both for only Sl.OD. THURSDAY SKCIAL KINO SIZf Ctn. ef 200 M M REGULAR ft Chi of ONlY Open Dally- 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. SUPER SAVINGS AT Open j and Holidays 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and "YOUR I.D.A. AND REXAU DRUG 701 13th Street North 327-0240 EDMONTON (CP) A bffl proposing a co-ordinating oil (or nursing will be dropped unless the associations involved are publicly prepared to sup- port the legislation, Health Min- ister James Henderson said Tuesday. In a letter to the Involved, the minister said un- less the constituent associa- tions are prepared to publicly, support and urge rank and Clt membership to do tbe same, tbe government is prepared to M the legislation fcr a council to die on the order paper. A bill to incorporate nursing council, comprising representatives from rious groups who tbe va- pofonu Nationalist China Ottawa Diplomat Will Lose Post SUPER SAVINGS AT THRIFTWAY DRUGS BONN (CP) The ambassa- dor of Nationalist China wil lose his diplomatic standing al Ottawa once Canada recognizes the Peking regime, Extern! Af- fairs Minister Sharp said today Meeting with German report era before flying back to Can- ada, Sharp said Canada and Communist China are mating progress on the recognitioi issue and- that "we are mud closer to agreement than when we began negotiations." Canada his advised the Pe- king ambassador at tbe year long Stockholm UUu that it ft> lows a one-China policy but I neither accepts nor rejects the Peking argument that Commun- ist China'also includes ownei ship over Taiwan (Formosa; governed by Nationalist China. Sharp said Die question o sovereignty is not appropriat to the negotiation! and it U not up to Canada to decide whether the mainland also owns Taiwan In the same way it is not up Peking to decide whether Ui sovereignty of Canada enttnds to the arctic waters. However, the Chinese ambassador at Oltaw claims to be the reprcsentatl of China and once Peking Is it ognized, the Notionalist Chinese ambassador no longer will har any slanding. Olhcr questions ranged from the Quebec issue to Canada reduction of its NATO forces Earopt, nursing functions hi was first introduced at the last session of (he legislature. It re- ived opposition from groups registered nurses In the province and was allowed to on the order paper. Last fan, after meetings wtttl B Alberta Association of Reg iered Norses, the minister de ded to reintroduce an amend- 1 bin, which was. supported the assodatfcQ. Since that time, Individual urses have been making rep- sentatioiis to. tbe minister op losing the concept, of a COUDCL In the letter, the minister said tbe objective at the legis- ation was to bring all parties a the discussion table b hopes tat common courses of action could be planned. "The legislation should not and does not Interfere with or (tract from.any rights or prlv eojoyed by any in- terested crganizatloo an not extend tbe rights and privileges of any. group, OB it auow cue group to in- terfere directly to the rights and prhnktjH aatlbt the latter said. In a brief to Attomey-Gener: Edgar Gerhart, the society sai probation -officers often fin Kmseh'es in conflictin roles: discharging tbeir spombilitiei to the robation, and at ime being an officer of tbe court, The brief said "until mk resolved by the criminal cod the province should attempt alleviate the problem.'' David Russell (PC-Calgary Victoria the ment was doing "a to protect, one of its IWD departments." Ray Reierson, acting agri- culture minister, refused to jve recognition In legislation o the Alberta Branch of the National Farmers' Union. He told the legislature tha the NFU is only starting as organization in the province lad the government does, a mow its size or purpose. "I don't think it would be proper in my part to give any credence or recognition in islation to a group such said Mr.' Rderson reply to Conservative question- ing during dause-by-claose study of aujeudments to ti Agricultural Products Market ing Act. He .said the govuuimut might make socfa a move the NFU Is estabhsbed m the province and can prove H rep- resents Alberta fanners, The Jobs Howard Sodety Aberta told the government thai-there should be a efeaffry-aefined role for proba- bofl officers. SEE US FOR MORTGAGE LOANS HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS HOME OWNER LOANS COLLEGE MALL PHONE 328-3331 A plea to the prwidix