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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednetday, June 19, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGt HERALD 3 Dateline Alberta New deputy minister EDMONTON (CP) A G McDonald executive director of the provincial department of intergovernmental affairs, has been named Alberta s new deputy minister of industry and commerce The appointment is effective Aug 1 Fred Peacock, minister of industry and commerce, said in a news release Tuesday Mr McDonald, 44, takes over from acting deputy minister D J McEachran, who had been seconded to Alberta from the federal government and will return to the federal level Youth 'punished by fate' EDMONTON (CP) Daniel Charles McLean 18 of Edmonton got off with a six- month jail term for break, enter and theft Tuesday after Provincial Judge Guy Beaudrv told court the youth had already 'been punished by fate McLean broke his leg and injured his left knee Sept 27 1973 when he jumped from a roof ladder at Victoria Composite High School to avoid police Judge Beaudry, noting the youth still needed crutches and that he could have trouble with his legs for some time, said "the accused has been punished by fate to a certain extent for this escapade Criticism answered EDMONTON (CP) Mental illness is more than lust a clinica' disorder Earl Beck director of the Edmonton sector of the Canadian Mental Health Association said Tuesdav He was responding to recent Criticism of the association bv he Citizens Commission on -luman Rights (CCHR) The commission, in a report submitted to Attorney General Merv Leitch Monday, said mental health statistics presented by the association were no more than guesswork "There's a broader definition of mental health today said Mr Beck "The commission's definition is certainly not the same as ours Too much government JASPER (CP) Recent events which slowed down petroleum exploration in 4lberta illustrate that excessive government interference can kill vital privatelj operated industries Telephones Minister Rov Farran said It is almost a platitude to sav that in Canada todav we suffer from too much government he told the annual meeting of the Canad- ian Telecommunications Car- riers Association "All politi- cal parties, no matter what banner they carry, seem to be activisits The danger is "that we become so active that we severely wound the basic enterprises that have been the motor force of our -people. the Alberta minister said GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SLNRISE THLRSDAY SUNSET H L Pre 88 55 Medicine Hat 89 62 2dmonton 78 47 3anff 79 44 81 47 uctona 76 48 George 71 35 s.amloops 91 61 Vancouver 68 55 saskatoon 81 51 13 79 51 innipeg 80 54 Toronto 65 '56 23 Ottawa 68 55 02 73 56 >t John 5- 58 49 Halifax 57 52 98 :harloUetoun 64 59 16 72 60 03 :hicago 81 68 07 New 80 64 vliami 86 76 jOs 72 59 Vegas 105 73 111 82 lonolulu 87 70 79 66 }ome 81 64 64 52 ,ondon 66 54 Jcrlm 64 52 FORECAST: Letbbridge, Medicine Hat Regions Sunny today and Thursday Highs botn days 85 to 90 Overnight lows 55 to 60 Calgary Regions Sunny today and Thursday Highs both days near 80 Overnight lows near 50 except at Jasper and Banff lows near 40 Columbia, Kootenay Today, sunny with highs upper 80s Lows tonight 50 to 55 Thursday. sunny with cloudy periods Isolated thundershowers Highs in lower 80s MONTANA East of Continental Divide Sunny and hot this forenoon with scattered thundershowers spreading eastward over the state this afternoon and tonight Cooler Thursday with scattered thundershowers Highs today 85 to 95 Lows tonight in the 50s Highs Thursday 75 to 85 West of Continental Divide Scattered thundershowers and Thursday with a cooling trend Highs todav in the 80s Lows tonight 45 to 55 Highs Thursda> mostly 70s Meyer Ditcher and Ditch Filler Model 600H Ditcher makes a ditch 6 wide Also the 900T Ditch Filler wuh lifetime sealed bearings These machines buill rugged FOR TODAY'S POWERFUL TRACTORS GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LTD. Coutts Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 Ports of entn opening and closing times: Carway 7 ,i rn to in p m duel Mountain closed. Coutts open 24 Del Bonita 8 a m to 5 p m Kingsgale open 24 s 7a m unlilllpm Wild Horse 7 i TJ to 4 p ni Hooseville 7am to 1] p m Ixrgan Timrs jn Mountain Lalonde: no perfect income plan Show goes on Director Bob Nagle talks about German trip. Band borrows money for trip to soccer final EDMONTON (CP) The director of the Alberta All Girls Drum and Bugle Band says he is borrowing the remaining funds needed to finance the band s trip to the world cup soccer final in Munich Bob Nagel said Tuesday the band will not show the Canadian flag during its performance as a protest against lack of financial help from the federal government "I ve borrowed the rest of the money from the said Mr Nagel "We'll pay it back with proceeds from other performances Mr Nagel said he could not understand the federal government s refusal to help provide the still needed to cover expenses and charter airline fees "Other countries are spending millions on sending representatives to the match The World Cup Association which invited the band to perform at the July 7 finals will S51 000 for the band's meals and lodging the provincial government has contributed 000 and the girls themselves raised S18 000 In Ottawa, a spokesman for the secretary of state's department said the band s application for assistance was turned down because requirements for receiving money were not met The spokesman said groups must not number more than 30 and must perform for at least one week at their destination The band includes about 130 girls aged 14 to 19 and will perform in Munich onlv on July 7 However Mr Nagel s v. :fe Patricia who acts as his secretary Tuesdav pointed out the world cup committee had asked the band "to stay from Munich" until the soccer performance asked us not to expose the band around the Munich area The band leaves Edmonton June 27 for Frankfurt and will do four shows in the Frankfurt area before arming in Munich July 4 for rehearsals There will be two performances by the band during the soccer finals Consult With Us for Expert Help Phone Ed 329-3388 Good Form? Starts Here Whatever business forms you may need bills, letterheads, file cards, work sheets, envelopes, ledgers, labels... we do the job! THE HERALD PRINTERS 5th AVE. 7th ST. S. PHONE 329-3388 CALGARY (CP) Health and Weilcire Minister Marc Ldlonde cautioned Tuesday against assuming the federal- provincial social security re- view would result in a perfect solution -the Creation of an adequate basic income He told more than delegates to the Canadian Conference on Social Welfare, So often social reform seems to suffer more from its friends than it does from its enemies "I would express to you the hope that those of you who ex- pect to much of the social se- curity review won't let the perfect become the enemy of the good Several solutions to the problem are being considered and both government levels must outline these for the public and then challenge it to come to grips with what basic family income levels should be he said In this regard, the public also must consider the standard of living different levels of income support would provide and the cost Alberta dairy workers move to reopen talks EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Brotherhood of Dairy Employees and Drivers Salesmen says it will attempt to re-open contract negotiations with the dairies after the members rejected a conciliation award Gas sales up OTTAWA (CP) Gasoline sales in gallons were 6 5 per cent higher during the first three months of this year compared with the same period of 1973, Statistics Canada reported Thursday The report also showed that the number of service stations declined Union business agent G R Orrell said Tuesday the 600 members rejected the award despite the wage increase of a month for the first year of a two-year contract and for the second year The reason it was rejected was because the award did not contain a cost-of-livmg clause as the members had asked he said A dairy plant employee currently earns a month while driver-salesmen earn plus commission The union members are employed by Palm Dairy, Silverwood Dairy and Northern Alberta Dairy Pool The governments themselves must determine how best to coordinate the various income as those for the unemployed, poor working people, retired and that they are equitable, he said They must then find a system that guarantees the income of those who cannot work and supplement the income of those with incomes below the poverty line Mr Lalonde outlined three major approaches proposed as an answer to the problem of coordinating the various in- come levels The Liberal government fa- vored a two-tier approach which the welfare minister ta- bled in the House of Commons in April. 1973. he said This system would provide a guaranteed income for those who for a variety of reasons were unable or not expected to woik It also would offer a maintenance program for the 'working poor" with a built-in incentive to increase earnings from work and thus reduce re- liance on income supplements Mr Lalonde said the in- centive could be supplied through a tax credit which had the advantage of requiring only a single-income test and a single administration for both the ordinary tax and the income supplement A second approach would be for individual provincial governments to develop their own income-maintenance programs independent of the federal government he said Several provinces have em- barked on such a course notably the governments ot British Columbia Ontario and Saskatchewan CITE PROGRAMS The B C and Ontario governments have undertaken a program which provides special target groups, mainh the aged and disabled with support in addition to federal assistance If in fact it were decided that this was the proper course presumably the federal role would change since the case for federal sup- port of provincial welfare svstems would no longer be present Another possibiht} is providing a general guaranteed income plan similar to the one being ex penmented in Manitoba he said This plan would be un- iversal guaranteeing even Canadian resident regardless of age and abihtv to work an adequte income and retaining the incentive to work and save But it would be costh and would require an adjust ment of the tax svstem Mr Lalonde said Even more important it could well imph a significant shift in our social priorities a shift from our current pohcv of providing more assistance to those who are least able to help themselves Harry Belafonte Belafonte Canada 1974 Recorded live and feat- ures 8 special songs Elvis Aloha from Hawaii A Platinum Record '01 Elvis 2 LP set LP David Bowie Diamond Dogs David Bowies newest release Vicky Leandros Including The !_ove in Your Eyes When Bou- zoukis Played Charley Pride Country Feelm The newest release from Charlie Pride 4.99 5.88 4.99 5. 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