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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thunday. Janua-y IS, 1973 age, price controls not needed in Canada MONTREAL iCP1 president of Roy.il B.ink, says Canada nor r.oed ihe "cuesiuvisble pi a national industry or price ar.d wage am-, "-P overcome economic a floating exchange i free prici? mechanism, a labor force ar.d oiher (ir.d rr: one lory policies are weapors the uneniploy-1 e.- ar.d :nfl3Ucn. -Mr. ?I.'La.ushlm He :old shareholders at :he b-irx'j the econ- orry. should record a six-oer- cent na- tion al product c.ir-'C for the economy, i- the near-lerT. is the cVir.ma I'f uin2 "icnt in an fbiionary IT. He foivi'is': ;i "ir.odes: in che une-iployment rate" and "some improvement price performance" rho cos: of food resror.cs inoreined production :r? price c-f service ifj sharp upvvarrl irerd. EFFECT SHORT lU'N In :he fiih[ "a prices s.r.d income pobey en SMART EXECUTIVES Lease Their Business and Personal Cars BECAUSE Lea Lea lee No Fo ng can be less expensive than buying ng is time saving and convenient ng simplifies your tax records ash investment required facts on IsoJi'ng contocf BORIS KORESHENKOV, leasing ond Insurance Rep. BENY AUTOMOTIVE ENTERPRISES LTD. Ind AVE. and 8th STREET 5. Phons 328-1101 its cwn can never reduce In- n-iiitnary Such a policy seeni ef- fective [ho ?h-ir. but be- n.L'sih the npp.irer.r In- fLr.ionary pressure and breuk trx1 j Mr. work. ;i-d v.vrk bet- UT. :r? phng of a prices "The ard fis- cal policy -.vouid take norths EO year or show re- iUl-5." Li oprosiii; indiis- trial M.'LcUghlin i ii -.r.-rreased in [he "rjrerirr'osiuon of ye[ fp-rr. o" bureau- j cratic LEcen'encion Li the econ- "Aji o: po-.ver n a stronsrly climate M: Constitution rhanged i? r-ecesssry to President Ferd'nond E. AAarcw of the Philippines addresses fhe hasfi'i'y People's Congress >aic t2X CTJLS a-'ier sigr.i-.g into lew c new constitution thct replaces .rvrc.-.50Q 26 yec-s cf U.S..style government a parliamentary rrer.: be At the same e. Mcrcss announced that martial tre :o law wo-jld continue o-id elections wou'd be sL5cercsJ r'cr fi-e net' s x to yea's. Western Liberals planning policy meeting for April NflBOi West i instant coffee nuggets THE ONE. There are many instant only one with a real Western look on the label and real Western flavour in every golden nugget. Spoon out the Nabob West... and taste why it's the one throughout the West. NABOB WEST INSTANT COFFEE BY VICTOR MACKFE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA A H-esleni Lib- eral conference will be lield in Vancouver probably sometime I in April, Saskalcjeivan Lmi'rai 1 Leader David Sleuart told a press conference here. He said he met in Oitaira with Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Agriculture Miiiisicr Eugere VT-eian, 'jraiirporaiioin Minister Jean Marchand and Industry, Trade and Commerce Minister Alasiair GiJiesp'e. The prime minister had urged western Liberals to proceed tlK piaikiuig (w a large scale western Liberal con- i ference when he met with Mr. 1 Steuart. The Saskatchewan I leader said the conference would be likely hdd in Van- i couver sometime in April witji 'British Co.umbis ubsrai Leader David Anderson hosting meetings. j Mr. Sieutrt told reporleis he did no. believe an ami-French backlash had played much of a role, if any, in the outcome of the Oct. 30 election on the prairies. He said a major factor was a feeling of alienation in the west, a feeling that they were KJ-. "liscfnsa to" by the poHtical leaders in He the fact that Justice Minister Otto Lang was ted in fiiou cd that those prairie who were prepared to work towards a greater recognition of the and lu problems in Ot- tawa, were appreciated by the voters. Such MP's from the 1 west were re-elected, he said. Mr. fist if there was an early federal elec- tion called it wjld lead to the I .Vew Democratic Party repre- behg "wiped However he L neop'e cid rot want an early general election. Tie Liberal 'eader wan'.ed to see feceril small farm program pushed Ehesd in his province He it would "show up" the XDP's land bank program. Mr. Whelan hid heart: his is this rezarc. Mr. Steuart, in his talk? with Mr. Marchand, had urged ac- tion to correct the L-.equitable freight rate situation a5 it hits He said M--. Merchand had that Ottawa wou'd I proMcm. The transport promised that before the rail- ways Hiere allowed to proceed with a wholesale program of railway line ir the west the puohc be permitted to representa- tions. He said Mr. Marchard had promised to 2 trip :o the western and ex- plain Ottawa proposals with re- eard to freight rates ajid rai] line abandonment, Mr. Gillespie had heard Mr. urge Lhat the iDdustry, trade and comtrc-rce depart- ment tup up i'j operatijns Ln Saskatchewan. The Liberal leader said there should be more emphasis in helping small business. Mr. Gillespie had agreed lo make a trip to Saskatchewan. Mr. Steuart said it was im- portant for the west to get as many of the eastern cabinet ministers (o visit that area as possible. He said face-to-face talk? were better than dis- cussions at long distance. The Saskatchewan Liberal leader said that never had the west had so many things done [or it as had been done by TYudeau administration. He ciled two-price wheat and hop- per cars as examples. But de- I spite these moves the Liberals I did not win big in the West. "Obviouslv there is a deep seated feeling o[ discontent. There i> a fraiirg in the west that politically they are not taken seriously In Ottawa. This helped defeat us in Saskatche- wan in the last he i said. Cancer linked to transplants BOSTON CAP) Medical re- fe.ircriers are compiiinsT in- creased evidence linking cancer with heart and kidney trans- plant, z member of the Har- vard Medical School staff re- ports. Dr. .Martin S. Ffirscn fays transplant recipients show a increased" in- cidence of cancer. He said cases of p-alierant tumors been detected in patients thrm'enom the n'orid vho have received organ transplants. Dr. Hirsch said available sta- tistics indicate that "reti-j culum cells sarcomas'' are the most common form of cancer. encountered in transplant patients. These tumors usually are located in the brain and spinal cord. Statistics show that this type c! cancer occurs 4.CCO times more frequently among trans- recipients than in a gen- c-a' cf similar ace, Hi-sch told a meeting of the Harvard Medical Society last The worldwide statistics have been compiled largely under the direction of Israel Perm and Thomas E. Starzl of the University of Colorado and the Veterans Administration Hospi- tal in Denver. Dr. Hirsch said. These specia'ists have deter- mined that the over-alf In- cidence of cancer among trans- p'ar.t patients is -M per "cent, a number Jew enough to justify continued of transplantation as a means ol therapy for terminally-ill patients. Dr. Hirsch said. He suggested that the use of izmnuno suppressive drugs mzy be partially responsible for the cancer. These drugs are admin- istered lo prevent rejection by the host body o[ the trans- planted organ. The proilem TJth form of therapy is that the immune sys- tem is believed to be in- voked in the body's defence caacer. Dr. Hirsch said. Air Canada uses neiv terms in flight hiring MONTREAL iCP' Air no longer hire stewardesses or stewards. Of- iicially. :hat is. An spokesman said terms stew- ardess ar.d steward have been eliminated from hir- ine brochures by Air Canada, which will now call all its Dew in-flight personnel flight at- Removal of the terms in- dicaiing the se.v of established cabin personel is one of the matters beng discussed by the airline aj-d Lhe Canadian Air Lfcie Fliefct Attendants' Association, the spokesman said. "The airline will Imme- diately begin using the term flight for new In- cab'ji Tne term wTjuld also likely be applied to estab- lished cebin personnel in the new contract being negotiated by Air Canada and the associ- ation rcpreser.ting stewards ar.d stewardesses. The curren: co-tract ex- pires Et the er.d of May. The spokesman said the air- line's ?.fW women flight at- tendants had pressed for the term stewardess to be dropped. Women constryie ffi per cent o.' .Air Canada's cabin personnel. UNION STRENGTH i About one-quarter of aJ! per- sons in Canada's civilian labor force are members of labor inrs. EMPLOYERS! January 31 is the deadline for submission of applications under the Canada Manpower Training-on-the Job Program. CMTJP can help you train staff to increase production, improve your service, or assist in expansion of your business. Last year employers trained workers under CMTJP. Federal assistance of up to 75 per cent of wages is available for training currently unemployed workers in skills that will lead to continuing employment. But applications must be submitted before January 3T, 1973. Enquire now. Centre de Maln-d'ceuvre du Canada 419 7th St. South Canada Manpower Centre Minpcwirind Immlgrition Telephone 327-8535 ;