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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Day to day problems Lawyers urged to give legal aid toyman in the street9 By MARK PEDERSEN SAINT N.B. rhe president-elect of the Cana- dian Bar Association wants law- yers to spend more time on le- gal problems faced by the man in the street. E Neil 48-year-old senior partner in New Bruns- wick's largest law Machum and Fainvealher of Saint says people need more legal ad- vice in dealing witii the increas- ing complexity of life. Mr. McKelvey is national vice-president of the associ- and is expected to be elected president during the an- nual convention at Vancouver next week. the gov- e r n m e ii t and government agencies are getting more in- volved in people's he said in an interview. are more things now that re- quire legal advice. The best ex- ample of of is the income tax In the face of this growth in government he lawyers should direct more of their attention to the protection of individual rights. NEED STREAMLINING The profession needed creased and pps siWe procedures to streamline legal research are expected to be discussed at the annual con- vention. One possibility was the use of computers to store information on existing legislation and no- table legal precedents. How- Mr. McKelvey believes it would take at least two gener- ations to gather and file the necessary material. But whether by computer or conventional stream- lining is needed and the Cana- dian law information council has been formed with represen- tatives of the bar provincial law law law judges and the federal justice depart- ment. Mr. McKelvey thinks ex- panded legal services could be brought within reach of average Canadians by introduction of a legal fee insurance scheme sim- ilar to private medical insur- ance plans. Those involved would pay premiums and be in- sured for legal fees. British Cotaobia WM In the advanced stages of preparing such a scheme and a similar plan was expected in Ontario. But the bar association might be able to help extend it across the country. SAILS IN SUMMER Tall and Mr. McKelvey has a deep ac- quired on the summer days he spends aboard his 31-foot sloop Vie with Us wife and two sons. A native of Saint he was the only child of a harbor pilot. He decided during high school to become a lawyer. After serving with the Royal Canadian Artillery In Europe during the Second World be graduated from. Dalhousie law school and returned to Saint John in 1M9. labor relations and maritime law have beenm Hi specialities. He is a director of Bell Can- ada as well as a member of ttw New Brunswick Barristers Society and a past president of the Saint John Law Society. He respects the past work at the national bar association m winning amendments to federal legislation and hopes to pro- mote more interest in law re- form among Canada's lawyers. FINEST MEATS GOVT. INSPECTED FROZEN TRAY PACK MORE THAN THE PRICE IS RIGHT SALAD FOWL ECONOMICAL-SO VERSATILE GOVT INSPECTED CANADA GRADE A BEEF FULL CUT BLADE OR ROUND BONE MARGARINE SURF ORANGE JUICE BRAND l-lb. parchment pkg. KING SIZE 5 Ib. net wt. box YORK PURE FROZEN 6 fl. oz. tins CHUCK STEAK ALPHABITS POST'S CEREAL 59' Ik net wt. pkg. ORANGE CRYSTALS Tang 7 ox. wt. pkgi....... DOG FOOD ZIP 15-07. net wt. tins for HONEYCOMBS POST'S CEREAL net wt. pkg. 2..J5' JELLY POWDERS Jello Asst. flavours 6-ox. net wt pkg. 4 FRESHER BY FAR .35 GOVT. INSPECTED CANADA GRADE A BEEF CROSS RIB ROASTS GOVT. INSPECTED CHOICE GRAIN FED YOUNG TENDER PORKRIBLETS 59 GOVT. INSPECTED SKINNED DEVIENED BEEF BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL MEDIUM SIZE SUNKIST ORANGES CANTALOUPES doz. Jumbo size ALPINE CLUB CANNED POP 10 fl. oz. zip top tins PLUS DEPOSIT CASE OF 24........ PLUS DEPOSIT 1.39 TOILIT TISSUE MARLBORO ASST. COLORS roll pack. FANCY GRADE MACINTOSH CRISP CRUNCHY APPLES CRUNCHY CELERY HEARTS GOOD FOOD COSTS LESS VALUES EFFECTIVE TIL AUGUST 25 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES 2025 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE 324 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE 420 6th STREET SOUTH WITH THIS COUPON YOU MAY PURCHASE ONE 2-LB. NET WT. PKG. SNOW CAP FROZEN HASH BROWN POTATOES FOR ONLY COUPON EFFECTIVI TIL ANG. 28 L-MART ONLY COUPON EFFECTIVE TIL ANG. 38 L-MART ONLY WITH THIS COUPON YOU MAY PURCHASE ONE 14-OZ. NET WT. SIZE BANQUET FROZEN CREAM PIE FOR ONLY COUPON EFFECTIVE 'TIL ANO. 28 L-MART ONLY ;