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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE UTHBRIDGE MERAIU Apiil id, 1972 About former i'ii finpUners ;i nil e r ;i I i n plouvs of Crmnclkm Suites in rarilii- Uil., lirKhcu-.t in Toron- dumjw m ii (o to honor 'a former apprcn- imlino-. lice machinist uho rose u> com- panv tluiirman. N. K. l-rumii, begai workin- for I lie r.ntay ram- pany al 15 ns an apprentice which c.uiMHl the ke a ISO-dc- .inwmic and us is lo offi- cially aihi-i- von Ihe Hritish Columbia I'iPU'riiiueiit has al- ready [nil ui dfal a six and onc-liaU ['IT '.ciil wage ceiling applying iimm'dut-.'iy I" a 11 groups who reivwi' their fi- nances from Hritish Columbia taxpayers." ,1. d. (.hick' Hamilton of Fcnse. tsisk the recipient in IHJ3 of the Quivn's Medal and citation for ouUiuMlir.g public service, (lied in al BIX Mr. Hamilton, a former presi- dent of the influential Sas- katchewan Association of Rural Municipalities was bnrn in Cot- ionwood dislrkl near I'ense and spent most of his !iic there. I Juliana Korpikr survi- vor o[ a Peruvian iinu'Ie air- plane crash that killrd per- sons last Christmas. Mew again [he other day. An employee of West Germany's Lufthansa air- lines who escorted the 17 year- old girl on tho rrjulnrly-sched- uled [light from Lima Id Frank- furt said she flew the entire dis- tance in the cockpit n[ a 707 jet. Bruce Malhev, president of a Vancouver real estate opera- tion, says he may move bnck to Alberta soon because of bad machinist in bis home town of BrUish Columbia, lievelstoke, B.C. m1mber olncr fol.mcr Al" Excepl for a break to get an I "cl al'9 ?lso a eneineermg degree, hrf has lo thcl Liberals order new poll to check out .fl_ one VIA TDK a new private poll to called now could lead to a Toronto's represents- 1 vcaled a decline in Liberal encounter dlfficullies get- out the finding uf the norily Liberal government, as well as that of western port in Toronto. In thai rc-clcctcd. OTTAWA A private Hcsults ol tho Litest poll; worse, still leave the Liberals around Ihe populated area tho prairies the private taken for the Liberal expected to be available to! tho position where they by the Grits as a is reported to have shown early tin's year forecast parly's brass williin tlie have diffirully forming a sources told the poll n ]i p a roil 1 1 federal Liberal fortunes im- losses in government held seats in Hrilisb Columbia ami To-ronlo, two areas the Grits two weeks. Final tabulations from the firsl poll were turned over Hopefully the government expects the new poll will show considerable I li a t the poll recorder! a sharp drop In a warning that six of their seals might be lost in a spring election, if Ihe mood in Manitoba. They had slumped after the federal voto in 19611. bectl 'jounting on for continued ttie Liberal of the shakcup of the Liberal clecotrate prevailing in Alberta the poll showed support in the coming first week in February, Pierre Trndcun Hritish Columbia. It showed continued into Ihe lillle if any change. Thoso sources said. Only his cabinet .January loss of seven scats have had a glimpse o[ tho Described by sources have the cabinet shuffle Liberals there, n In Montreal some described Ihe parly's for- tlie parly as "disastrous'1 the results of tho secret poll out to Liberal aimed at making peace with businessmen as well loss of at least five members of in Ihe foothills province as 1 dueled hi January resulted has caused concern among showing renewed interest described as facing loss so." They were not Im- Ihe National Liberal Liberals thai nn election English speaking Canada. It fl also is said to have lo the exlont lhat they honored he? been with the company ever since. Mr. Crump is expected to an- nounce his retirement as chair- man at the May 3 annual meet- ing in MonUcal, but stay on as a director. Premier W. A. C. Dennett of British Columbia has called 01 the federal government to establish immediate controls on prices, wages and Interest, In a telegram to Finance Min- ister John Turner, Mr, Bennett said: "Due to present dangerous In- flationary forces now in full op- nalive province, Ihe former president o[ the Ed- monton Chamber of Commerce said in an interview at Kd- m onion. The main problem Is B.C.'s estate tax laws, sairi Mr. Math- president of Broth- ers Really operations in B.C. Businessmen don't want their money, particularly thnt made in other parts of Canada, lo go lo tho government when they die. nut (here are other reasons, Mr. Mathew added. "I can do more business in a day In Edmonton than I can a week in he said. Neiv OTTAWA tCP) Another I sion of the old civil defence or- move may be in store for the I ganization, hut with less exclu- much.travelled Canada Emer- sive concern about gency Measures against nuclear attack. Some Ottawa officials budget for a number of ie government is gelling has been 55 a lo spring EMO from the of what it once was. It diction of the defence a full-lime staff of 92: a nenl and relurn It to the co-ordinator and sec- Drace of the Privy Council in each province, 22 al emergency measures col- At various times In the last Arnprior, Ont., and 50 at years the emergency here. organization has been under health department, Ihe old industry department, Ihe defence department twice and Ihe Council The Privy Council office is the cabinet secretariat, and operates in many ways as an adjunct of the prime minister's 'ice. Ministerial rcsponsibih'Ly [or it is heM by the prime Speculation about the _ of EMO was sparked early (CP) The Tru- month by an announcement government wanLs big Jie vice-chief of defence in the United Stales lo Lt.-Gen. Michael Dare, its foreign-ownership seine; transferred to the before that policy is re- Council office to help Lo Ihe people of Canada. plans "for the response of David Lewis, f e d c r n 1 Federal government in of Ihe Now Ueinocrnt n disasters and other cmer- f gencics." In an address at a S10-a-plri NO CONSULTATION fund-raising dinner attended Disaster planning is supposed persons, Mr. to be the responsibility of EMO. "So far, the Canadian Informants say the organization is being dnhbr-rak-ly was not consulted on Gen. Ihe picture. This is Dare's appointment. shameful of ttio "Ure don't knn'v what's going 'nc Canadian on." said one source. 's obvious that the The general's terms of refer-