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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 IETHBRIDGE VIESAID luriHny, Augvit 29. 1972 Ransom for Jews estimate at more than million MOSCOW (Al'> A Soviet made the eslimati1 lo'innlist firal from his jub on midoHJi'ouiHl discourse on Ihe the nation's mwt ri'spiTtcrt lit- fi'M Ji'ivs now are lo rvpny fcsr their education More obtaining exit visas. The fees cover all fields and grade's of higher education awl range up lo about Z5.IXKI erary iH'wsp.'iiJer after lo go to Israel, estimated lo day it would take more Iliau million to ''LTinsi'in" all Ihe .lews who want lo leave here. Viktor reivlman. u.vmerly u special coru'SpmldeiH de- jiartnienl liead nlurunva (Ulerary rubles for someone with a doc- tor's academic degree. A ruble is worth U.S. at the offi- cial exchange rate. Peiehuan said tho govern- Get E, Mnyeske peprc-sentnli e LETHBRIDGE Tel: and quicker cash values with ManuSife 25, the 'special advantages" Call your nearest Manufacturers Life Representative. incut is aware must SoviH ,fcws bnvfn't money lu pay tin.1 fees ntul is in Western countries ransom tlio let Jews witli comvrt- iblc currency, nmcli needtxl for purchases of grain and tech- nology from tlio West. "Tine, .Jewish organizations ahroacl are that not one single Jew wisliijig to leave for Israel IIPCK! remain in tlic J.S.S.ll. for lack of money, but ire there sufficient grounds for uch I'erelman Lskal, "It is knoMi) lliat the if exit applications has at present readied DO.000. Kven if ve assume Dial only 2f> to 25 ceiit of the repatriates have higher education, this would quire a sum 011 Hie order of million for their emigra- tion. Massive ransoms, on ttie other hand, would, serve as an .nccntive toward more appli- cations Lo leave. Pcrelman said Jews might :lnis "a new JL -K- MONTREAL (CP) Justice Minister OUo said Mon- day tho practice of law "is a YOTA TRAVEL DEMONSTRATORS 1972 TOYOTA CORONA DOOR SEDAN-Poinled Moruo Olive. Wlln 2000 c.c. overhead cam, 110 h.p. 4 cylinder engine, automatic transmission and hfack healer. 1972 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER 4 DOOR STATION WAGON Painted in two tone Cygnm and Pueblo 155 h.p. 6 cylinder engine, 4 wheel drive, free wheeling front ond radio. CLEARANi OF DEMONSTRATORS AND PRE- CARS PRi-OWNED CARS 1965 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR SEDAN 1964 STUDEBAKER 4 DOOR SEDAN 1967 FORD DOOR SEDAN 6 cylinder 1971 TOYOTA COROLLA 1200 1 DOOR FAST BACK COUPE 1968 VAUXHALL VIVA 2 DOOR SEDAN Aufomofic Irans, and radio- 1963 PONTIAC SEE THESE UNITS NOW AT 3516-24 Ave. LETHBRIDGE Phone South 327-3165 CONVERTIBLE ulrj., P.S., P.B., odio. monopoly but t he law belongs to the people." Professional .service to Ihe iublic must mean .service to 'all purls of the public" and :he size of the fee must not .he governing factor, Mr. Lang said in nn address prepared for .lie 54th annual meeting of the "anadian Bar Association, In touching on Icfjat services 'or the Mr. urged lawyers lo examine projects for training para-pro- partly profes- sional-personnel, such as now is u'ing (lone in Halifax. Mr. Lang announced Ills de- partment would to worthwhile proposals for public education becatiso "in a free society a legal system relies for its efficacy upon tho respect and support of the general pub- lic." This was undermined if the public felt the law is "im- i knowable, irrational" or ap- plied in a discriminatory or ar- bitrary fa.shion. Independence of tho Canadian bar is "based on (lie ex- pectation that lawyers, as pro- fessionals, conduct thcm- selvc.'j in the tnie spirit of pub- lic service and not in their own self-interest." "It we minimized the mys- tery and maximize access and evenhandednass we may justify our independence as the basis letter service." Mr. Lang said no one would deny the importance of an inde- pendent topic on which the four-day convention placed coasJrlcrahle "let it never he forgotten that it is a privilege of tho lawyer and must not abused." 'Hie former dean of the Uni- versity of Saskatchewan Law .School said the credibility of (he law and (ho requires examination of alternatives lo tin; adversary .system--a cosily system of "cnnlrnllod combat" euii increase in laliorus where cum promise and conciliation are desirable. "The onlooker knows......more thnn we give him rmr system or pracliccs are ttm slrr.v or are said Mr. Thp ju.shrr- minister nolrrl thai, fho federal government lias enters! the field of legal aid and the hope that fho bnr- with n repulnlion in Ilir area! en-operate and give learlf-rshiri in weking and upplyinr; a of systems Lawyers had Iteon slow to the nc-ed for pnra- Pointing recovered LOS ANCiKLKS (AI'> A stolen I'nbln I'icasf-o painting valued at been re- covered arirl [Iirce men for invftstigfition of burglary, police say. The painting, a abstracl work UMcd Ittisle, was taken from Hie Wtst Ixjs Ango- Iw home of fleffcn pfiUce said. professional personnel who ma be able, if properly trained, I provide a variety of ser k-e.s at low in arc-a simple debt or contract. Mr, f.ang said the Saskatoo Legal Assistance, Cliru Society's program for trainin rural native court workers wti would give native citizens greater understanding of the 1 gal process ia an example work being done in this co nection. Another example w; Halifax's DalhoiLsio Legal A project for the dcvi opment of methuds for t training of lay people. Purchased lamb to give Triideau DKS MOINKS, Iowa 'AP> _ Boh Slonc ii rceoid irice for Ihe grund champion II Clnh lamb at Ihe Iowa Slate l-'air and tried lo for- ward it to Prime Minister [Yndemi. lint it wasn't accepted vlien Slone tried to give it I" oincouc at Ihe Discover Can- exhibit at Ihe fair. No one Iheic had the au- Jiority to accept Ihe lamli in ho name of the prime minis- :cr, so it was taken back to he sheep barn. Meg Hamcrnick, Canada's chief of promoloin al the fair, said: "I really don'l have the ullioiily to take it. Hut we dicVi'l refuse il. The hunb like all gifts offered to our irime to lie of- :ered through channels. This was neve.- done. We can't re- fuse arcyVng liial's never been offered." Slone, owner of Travel Most, old Inc.. hmiKlil Hie lamli from Ili-inn Kdiwiirck, 11, for a pound, "i- a fair record. Stone siiid wris in loucli later willi Tnulcau's brotlier, Guy TnidtMti, and "lie told me lliat tlio prime minister (Vjcsn'l himb." "There ini't mui'h sense in seeding a carcass if they jiron'l I'.oinK In eat il." Slone said lie now intends lo Hive the laml) to (he Micas County Home for (lie elderly anil retarded persons in Char- iUin, "and I am certain Ihcy will welcome it." iwry lo old LONDON (AIM firowinf! ild is the host way lo escape lie common cold, a Hrilish re- carch Krmip reports. Dr. Sylvia Reid, one of a gov- irnmcnl lerun lo find a :old cure, said: "Trie nnmltor if viruses can cause a :old is large but limited. "As you older you will iave met more rjf lliem. The. grov.'s tiiat you will al- cady have the purticinrtr Roing around and will he mmunc." Dr. Reid commenting on i survey in which people ,vere asked: "Did you suffer rom a cold last were the largest :'yes" group, with 76 per cent. People in their 20s were 69 per cent "yes." Ity 55 und over, sufferers were down to 4G per cent. HlllS i'oiTO parishioners from church AP.SI.IOY, Or.l. (CP) There lire hats in the belfry Ap.sley. I'arishioi'.ers of St. An- drew's Clnirch in this- community, about SO have been fun "jii out by hats. [lev. Warren Banting tried burning sulphur hut. hundreds cjf hats have re- fuFcd to leave the upper i-caclier; nf the building. Then: is liltle iiujncy and few tKtixl.s to clean out the hats and services nov; are held iis it school "Actually don't mind the said Mrs. John Mace. historian and member of (he church. "It's the .smell." 100 Copies S3.30 plus fox Instant'Prints Copy Div. 1269 Avc. S CITY ROAD CONSTRUCTION DOES NOT STOP US Free parking at the roar for our customers SILVER'S AUTOMOTIVE LTD. PAAR ELECTRONICS WARD'S RENTALS 1706 2nd Ave. South Amendments to The Workmen's Compensation effective May J, 1972, now provido Increased benefits for injured workmen 1. TOTAL DISABILITY (si Maiimum full comporuaUon for Injured workmen who have annunl earnings of not loss than Ii now per day or ?IM34 per week. Tbfl preirioM mailmum compensation payahle was JI3.96 par day or per week. Workmen earn toe than per year will paid on Die basil of their earnings at the time of tho accident. A workman employed in an industry tinder the Act (i ettiilled to comperaaUm for penonal injury m Ihe refull of an accident nriainr; out of and in the courie of hit rmplnyment. Compensation it btactl on 75% nf his memo' weekly earning! (up io maximum annual earning oj at the time oj the accident. Permanent disability pcnriont will pnld on tho aomo set out In paragraph, (a) above, according to the medical assessment of the dc'jfrce of disability. (c) Minimum compensation payable for lempor.iry total disability has been raised from to per week. Those whose average earnings are less than per week will receive the full amount of thrir earnings while they arc totally disabled. CLAIMS RESULTING FROM ACCIDENTS WHICH OCCURHKI) PRIOR TO MAY 1, 1072, ARE NOT AFFECTED BY THE ABOVF, INCREASES 2. MINIMUM PENSION Effective May 1, 1872. nil pensions for permanent total disability, rctiardless of date of accident, are lo be not Ihsn per month and o propor- tionate amount in the case of per- manent partial disability assessed at more than The previoiu mini- mum pension for total disability er month T 11 E 1. COVERAGE EXTENDED The prohibition igalnit pay- ment of compensation In i person committed to jail lx removed and compenjalion ti row payable lo confined in n JaH or instlln- lion who suffer at worV or work trnininp pro- Jpcls InsirJfi TIT nLit.Ortc ths placft nf ronfinrrrrnf Workmen's Compensation Board ALBERTA ;