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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Ftbruory J6, 1975 THE IETHBRIDGI HERALD 11 Lougheed sees 6now9 program a four-year affair EDMONTON (CP) ._ Pre- mier Peter Unighcctl says the Progressive Conservative gov- ernment sees its "now" pro- gram as a "four year pro- gram." "When the public goes to the polls four years from now they have to say: 'All right, this is what this government said they would do, they probably accom- plished about two-thirds of what they said, and is that a reason- able he said in an interview. In last year's election, In which the Conservatives un- seated the 36-year-old Social Credit government, Ihc key nampaign word was "now." We never at any time said we'd do everything in one. year." Asked if he expected to run for two terms, lie said: "I would not feel, unless something unusual happens, that one term is enough to do all the things we want to do because that was a pretty ex- tensive platform and I accept that." He didn't foresee going into federal politics, but when asked what he would do on constitu- tional matters if he became EATON'S HEARING CENTRE NEW! from SIEMANS ECONOMY HEARING AIDS H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Audiologlst Look at these features T. LOW INITIAL COST 2. LOW BATTERY EXPENSE (6 months on one battery) 3. SIEMANS EXCELLENT QUALITY 4. EATON'S UNSURPASSED GUARANTEE Come in see and try these aids without obligation THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd Eaton's Stereo Room Phone 327-8551 for appointment H. W, MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Mumbr-r o' Nnlinnal Heotinrt Aid Socirty Member of Alberto Hearing Aid Dealers' Assn, prime minister of Canada he said: '1 would think we would do is very close lo what Mr. Stan field has been talking about; that the adversary sys- tem should end. IT'S NOT IIKAI.TIIV "The fact that the provinces should be on an adversary ba- sis with the federal government PREMIER LOUGHEED reviews program is not a healthy thing for Can- ada. I would think also that we would make some major ad justments in terms of revenue sharing. These are two things that come lo mind." If Ottawa responded favor- ably to Alberta having a say in energy negotiations with the United States, there would bn no problems, but if it didn't there may be a collision. Alberta may have to open a Washington o f f ic e to develop "some direct contact with the U.S. and the U.S. government." The real problem of the re- i sources industry in Alberta still! was competition. "If you're a gas producer down in Rimbey and ycu've got only one person to sell TransCanada Pipelines and that company pays you 17 or 21 cents per thousand cubic Icel- and you say that's not enough because down in Monlana they're getting a lot more, you haven't any alternative. That's where the government has lo be involved." While Mr. Lougheed wouldn't say what the government had in mind for oil due for renegotiation next speculation is that royalties will increased. However, lie did say thai roy- alties on coal will increase. His government was committed to such a move. GOVERNMENT KKCOKD Outlining what the Conserva- tives had done in their five months in office, the premier mentioned elimination of med- ical care premiums for senior citizens. "We brought in moves re- BOLLOCK'S AUTO BODY LTD. 312 1st AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE Is Pleased To WELCOME "Ken" HANNAN To Their Staff! Ken is well known to many In the Auto Body Repair Field and will be a great asset to our Bus- iness. He extends on invitation for oil to call on him tor any work required now or in the future. X1 "KEN" HANNAN MP is refused permission lo table telegram OTTAWA (CP) Marcel Lambert West) was refused permission today to table in tlie Commons a tele- gram signed by Edmon- ton citizens. Addressed to Prime Minister Trudcau, the telegram protests the substitution of tile word po- lice for the initials RCMP in some Western Canada RCMP offices and on patrol cars. Speaker Lucien Lamoureux said it isn't the practice to table such documents. Mr. Trudeau, replying to Mr. Lambert, said he isn't aware that the telegram, dated Feb. 22, has been received in his of- fice. gurding environmental control we moved in terms of handicapped children and we have a legislative session in front of us." Asked how the Conservatives, in their first months in office, differed from the Social Credit party, he said "chapter and verse." "For the first time the senior citizens are getting a break. They're getting a break on medicare, including drugs and they're getting a break on things like driver's tests. "This happened in four months arid the previous ad- ministration was there 36 years. NEW DIRECTIONS "But I'm not going to get my- self involved in a four-month defence; what I have said at the outset, and what I have al- ways said is that we will move in new directions a direc- AGREE ON' TREATY WASHINGTON (Renter) The United States and Australia have agreed to a new extradi- tion treaty which will cover aerial hijacking and and drug trafficking, the state depart- ment said. The agreement, which replaces one worked out with Britain in 1931 and ex- tended to Australia in 1835, imiil. be ratified by the U.S. Se- nate. ticn isn't something that is ac- complished in four months and I never ever will want to do it that way." Mr. Lougheed saw no major problems arising at the next legislature which opens March '2. He hoped the Social Credit opposition would recognize the Conservatives spent four years in opposition trying to be con- structive. didn't do it always. We lost our cool periodically, but j we also tried to present alter- natives. "We're going to try to be as positive as we can, but if they go back to old-style politics I think the result won't be in the best interests of Alberta.'.' I om escapes noose in police slaying case OTTAWA govern- ment has commuted the death sentence of Thomas Shand, the "peeping torn" slayer of a Win- nipeg policeman. It is the fourth lime the cab- inet has suspended a death sen- tence imposed under a five- year trial law that allows cap- ital punishment only in cases where police or prison guards are slain on duty. Shaud was convicted of cap- ital murder in the stabbing of a detective who had staked out a Winnipeg apartment house where a peeping torn had been prowling. The five-year trial suspen- sion ends Dec. 29 this year. A parliamentary debate on whether to continue the law or amend it is expected this fall. No one has been hanged in Canada for nearly 10 years. Shand, only person currently under death sentence in Can- ada, was to be hanged March 8. The 32-year-old bachelor had Been convicted of the June 27, 1970, slaying of Winnipeg De- tective H. E. Houston. SHIP LESS CARGO OTTAWA (CP) Total ton- nage of cargo moving through Canadian ports in November, 1971, was tons, down from tons in the same month in 1970, says Statistics Canada. Shipping for the first 11 months of 1971 amounted to tons compared with tons In the same pe- riod Ji 1970. Seek old catalogue CHICAGO (AP) Mont- gomery Ward and Co. is offer- ing up to for a copy of Ward's 1882-83 fall-winter cata- logue. Ward's said all copies of its 1882 catalogue have disap- peared from the company's files. Look who won sewing machines in the Five Roses Creative Woman Sweepstakes! Congratulations, creative women. 100 of you have won a fabulous new Singer Golden Touch Sew'sewing machine! 1000 other lucky women now own quality Singer sewing And thank you, creative women. For buy- ing Five Roses...for entering our sweepstakes. We appreciate that. And we're showing it by always offering you the finest money can buy the new Five Roses Pastry "Board" which you'll soon be reading about. Pictured here are just 10 lucky winners, one from each province. Listed below are ihe names of our remaining 90 winners of Singer Golden Touch Sew Sewing Machines. QUEBEC MmeH. Bourbonnais Montreal 359 ALBERTA Mrs. Gloria Barbas Calgary 61 NEWFOUNDLAND Mrs. StiHun Dobbin St. John's ONTARIO Mrs. J. Scanlot Toronto 550 P.E.I. Mrs. Michael Doyle Charlottetown SASKATCHEWAN Mrs.T.B. Genlles Regina NOVA SCOTIA Mrs. ElaineGrandy East Dover NEWFOUNDLAND Mrs. Carl Jewer, Botwood Mrs. Jane Keats, Deer Lake Mis. Roy Saunders. Gander NOVA SCOTIA I.Irs. W. F..Brown.GranvifleFerry, Anna. Co. Mrs. M. A, Grouse, Bridqewatef Mrs Harold C. Wadden, Sr. Odne BlGlon NEW BRUNSWICK t Kimberley Cole. Cody'? M rs. Wanda U. Scott. Balhurst QUEBEC Mine Rollande Beaufieu. Val d'Or W me Anne-Marie Benoit, bt Luc, CteSt-Jean t.v.io Rose-Anna Bouchard, Miss Agatha Bruce. Montreal ooeurDeniseCarriere, Montreal 40C M me Yvonne Conti. Charlesbourg Mrs. Margaret D'Angelo, Pierrefohds Mrs. Gcrda Hansen, Lasalle Lina Joseph, Rosemonl Mmc AnriroLanteinne, Lasdlie! t IrneMrinnLaPorltt, PcinloHUx Trembles N'f.ole le Homier. Dijvernav. Lava! Mme Arthur Lestage. Lacolts Mrs. Roscrnane Lyng, Montreal 357 Mine A. Marcotle, Lasalle Mino Gerard Noel, Louisevrtle Miiol ouise Robitaille Montreal 262 Mrs. P. Rubin. Montreal 267 M me Annette Si-Pierre, Grand-Mere Mile Lucile ocjroi. Rosemonl Monsieur Jean-Claude Sicard. 1 OUISOVlllf) UmrM.iric Anno I annuny, Montreal Mrs. L. Wade, Greanlinld Park Mrs. Bertha Whallcy, Chaleauguay BRITISH COLUMBIA Mrs. Anne Dufva Vancouver 10 ONTARIO MANITOBA Mrs. Carol Howden Winnipeg NEW BRUNSWICK Mrs. Hazel E. Sherwood Saint John JobnGreig, Kingston i.'irne Lucien Joanis, Clarence Creek t.'lrne Imelda Laloresi, Timmins Miss A. Marchand, Ottawa 2 Mrs. Jeanne Martin, Belle River Mrs. Frances Miller, Sunderland Mis. Phyllis Myers, SaultSte-Mmie Mrs. Harry Nelson. Stoney Creek Mrs. Mary Partridge, Hamilton 12 Mrs. D. Mrs.C.S. M Mrs. Mary Saroyan, Hami'lon Mrr, Florence Mrs.J.SIoon. BowmanviHe Mrs. Yvelte Tiplady, Saull Ste-Mana Mrs. Fred Voe'lmy. Preston Mrs Helen Weisrlort. 460 MANITOBA Mrs. R.BIais, Winnipeg Miss Leah Chapdelaine, Winnipeg 1 Mrs. Lawrence Jumaga, Brandon f.'rs. Helen Keryluk. Porlage La Prairie Mrs- A. Reiliy, Winnipeg Mrs. Ellen Stevenson, Winnipeg SASKATCHEWAN l.'rs A. L. Best. North Batt'eforrt Mrs. K Rchmalz. FortQu'Appci'C Mrs.W.Troxler, Battlelord ALBERTA Mrs. J. Bosch, Edmonton Mrs R. F. Hardy, PincherCreek M tss Martha J. Maclean, Calgary Mrs. Wuiidm Slack. Vancouver 14 One more way Five Roses helps the Creative Woman. wrlnnsrt hjtys rtortpd. i Rrwffil I. W rrf PO Pot R37-t. Uonlreal 101, PO PLAN YOUR FUTURE AROUND THESE 1972-73 COURSES COMMENCING FALL 1972 Plan now for fall enrolment. Applications for ad- mission are now being accepted. Student loans ore available to SAIT students; ap- plication forms and information will be available from the Registrar after July 1. Maximum fees of for regular day Hudentt Include registration fee, tuition, laboratory, Undent nssociation, and insurance. (Books, supplier end incidental expenses are additional.) 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