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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-23,Lethbridge, Alberta 23-.THI UTHtRIDOl MIRALO—January 29, 'It74EATON'SUpsetting driving conditions ' His car overturned on Highway 401 in Toronto during an ice storm this week, byt Ken Rekus of Ajax. Ont.. escaped unhurt. Rekus was alone in the vehicle when It skidded and hit the banked-up snow along the driving barrier and flipped over.Science Council urges east-west power grid By JEFT CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Governments must replace the “laissez faire” attitude of the past era of cheap, abundant energy with an energy policy directed towards the public interest, according to a still-secret Science Council study on energy.    , ^ The country must also do away with the piecemeal approach of the past in energy planning and policy. The approach of the past has not led to (^timum allocation of resources, maximum coo< version efficiency, and conservation of use that are needed now that energy costs are rising. Instead, the very-technical 900-page Science Council energy report recommends that Canada establish a National Advisory Council on Energy, to coordinate development and use of energy on a national, integrated network basis, te study group, headed by Guaranteed income forecast for farmers OTTAWA (CP) — A guaranteed income plan for western grain farmers likely will be outiin^ in the next throne speech, an agriculture department spokesman said Tuesday. He said the plan will involve contributions by farmers, the federal government and perhaps the provinces concerned. In good years, farmers and governments would pay into a fund and in bad crop years farmers would withdraw funds. Participation in the program Ukely will be voluntary but deUils will not be made public at least until the throne speech Feb. 27, the spokesman said. The plan is a modified version of the grain receipts stabilization program introduced in 1971 but left to die on the Conmions order paper after farm groups and the provinces asked for modification. Otto Lang, minister responsible for the wheat board, raid then the plan would be reintroduced with alternations. The spokesman would not specify the amount of farmer and government contributions in the new program, tnit said the flOO million annual cost of the federal government mentioned in the previous program “would be a reasonable estimate" for the new plan. Toronto Scientist Gordon Patterson, does not believe the country should create a central energy authority. But the country should consciously develop a national electrical grid of east-west interprovincial ties, instead of the present system involving numerous north-south ties. The report suggests that such electrical grid tie-ins with the U.S. “may not be in the long run as fHr-neficial to Canada as more interprovincial ties.” The National Advisory Council on Energy should be a separate Crown corporation, with representation from government, industry and university and without any laboratories of its own. It should contain a national energy information centre, where complete and organized data on energy resources would be stored on computers; where state-of-the-art surveys would be undertaken; and where analyses of past and future policy alternatives would be performed. The advisory council would have no authority for decisionmaking or implementation but its responsibilities should be nationally-recognized. It should deal with related issues such as environmental effects, economics and social requirements, according to the Science Council study. One of the first things it should undertake is a study on how the private sector makes energy-oriented decisions. This study should include an analysis of the influence of such factors as the “profit RCMP interference alleged by Harradence BANFF (CP) — The new trial of two Banff RCMP constables jointly charged with assault was adjourned Tuesday when defence counsel A. M. Harradence alleged senior police interference with defence witnesses. Constables P. G. Sharp and C. J. Allen pleaded not guilty to a Joint charge of assaulting Joseph Mark Leppington on March 17, 1»73.    . Mr. Harradence then called on Provincial Court Judge John Harvie to adjourn the case pending an inquiry. He said it had conw to his attention that senior RCMP officers had approached RCMP defence witnesses and told them to reveal what their evidence would be. “This is a fundamental breach of the judicial process.” Crown Prosecutor Walter Christensen said he had no idea of the alleptions and that anything of this kind could not affect the case for the prosecution. He opposed the tidjourn-ment and called for the trial to continue. Judge Harvie adjourned the hearing to consider the matter but pve no indication when it would reconvene. ootive," foreign ownership or control of Canadian companies, “monopolistic tendencies," and the "reluctance” of some companies “to acknowledge social responsibilities,” the report says. Moose Jaw air show set for June MOOSE JAW (CP) - The annual one-day air show at the Canadian Forces Base here will be held in June this year rather than in July as in the last three years, a base spokesman said Tuesday. He said there h»d been previous suggestions the show would not be staged this year but it now is scheduled for June 23 at the request of the provincial government. French language chaplin has day in French Court MONCTON, N.B, (CP) - A Roman Catholic prieit. who complained when be received a traffic summons written in Enflish only, was charged in French l^ietday, pleaded gMll-ty and was fined. Rev. Sylvlo Dolron, a chaplain at the French-language University of Moncton, was fined |tO for driving through a atop sign when he pleaded guilty at the flnt mtkm of Prcncb^anfuft cosrt. Father IMron refned to reply to a MmntoiM isHWl In September because it was written in English only. A warrant for his arrest was issued, but it was later withdrawn to be repUced with a bilingual summons, Rocer Savoie, who represented Father, Dolron, asked that the charge be dismissed on the grounds that the bilingual summons was incorrectly worded In the French language. However, his motion was dtimlMCd by Jadcc liOHis Felix The French-language court was set up by the provincial Justice d^rtment, but the details of its operations have not been released. However, Mr. Savoie said Tuesday he understood that the court will hold sessions every second Tuesday. Last month, Emil Babin, a 33-year-old free-lance broadcaster, served five days in jail when he refused to fMy a |10 fine levied after he was convicted on a charge of driving thro^ a red li^t.Sew Up Spring in Chilly JanuarylEaton’s Fabric Sale brings you the most popular fabrics at iow prices TiiursdayTiirougli Tuesday, January 29tli 100% All Wool Double Knit 45-inch Seersucker ^99 yard 2|69 yard Wonderful vaiuo in this 100% all wool Melano double knit you'll want to share In, Will make up into so many wanted wearables. Will dry clean. 60 inches wide. In assorted colors. Once you see it you’ll want a good supply of this 45 Inch seersucker. 50% polyester and 50% cotton. Perma-pressed — never-iron finish. Machine wash, tumble dry. In lovely Spring colors. “Shirpaca” blend feels so siikyl 399 yard No wonder! This sale-priced fabric is composed of a blend of Arnei* trlacetate-polyester-rayon-and-tlax. Sophisticated version of denim in neutral, white, blue or tart. 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