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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Thurtdajf, June Britain has the jitters Committee Judge reserves ruling LONDON (CP) Britain is suffering from financial and political jitters, uncertain about the Labor government's nationalization plans and beset by general anxiety about the economy. Dire predictions about a continued deterioration in Britain's balance of foreign trade also add to the ailment. Other forecasters are even more concerned about the possibility that the fiscal crackdown in March by Denis Healey, chancellor of the exchequer, may precipitate a recession. Healey, however, says he certainly will take quick action to avoid a winter recession if evidence shows this to be necessary. Commentators have con- cluded this mean possible in- troduction before late July of a reflationary give the economy a lift before the expected autumn election. Reflation might ease credit terms and lower taxes to stimulate industry and keeping investment buoyant. The result, however, might be more intlation, the immediate cause ol deep economic worry The general air of uneasiness among businessmen is further heightened by widespread speculation regarding the extent to which the Labor government intends to push its nationalization programs. But the electorally-shrewed Prime Minister Harold Wilson is likely to go slow on any ex- plosive nationalization plan. With an election apparently likely this year and parlia- mentary life made rough for Wilson's minority government, the summer may be especially tense for politicians. Tories only now are emerging from a period of grave doubts about the leadership qualities of former prime minister Edward Heath after the defeat of his administration in the Feb. 28 election. supports Wheian on mother's testimony Prince Igor has taste. Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. without a flicker of taste or color or scent. A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince over tonight. fromThomas Adorns Distillers Ltd. ...we still care about quality. Support of federal Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan's stand against United States pressure to open the Canadian market for American beef has come from the local chapter of the Committee for an Independent Canada Chapter president Roger Rickwood said in a letter to Mr. Wheian the local group "deplores" U.S. "intervention into our domestic affairs." "We cannot yield to American threats of economic retaliation. We cannot yield because the dumping of low- priced American beef on our Canadian market would destroy our cattle industry. We cannot yield because we are a sovereign a resolution passed by the local CIC says. "Canadian agriculture policy must be set by Canadians and the Committee for an Independent Canada is committed to this it reads GRAD LIST HEAVY Since its founding in 1802, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point has graduated more than men. EDMONTON (CP) Mr. Justice J. C. Cavanagh of Alberta Supreme Court reserved decision Wednesday on an application seeking to prohibit any provincial coroner from requiring the testimony of a mother at the inquest into the death of her 30-month-old son. An inquest earlier this month into the death of Dorian Lee Morris Jones was adjourned when R. H. Davidson, lawyer for the infant's mother, served notice he would seek the application. The application seeks to protect the mother, Caryl Morris Jones, and Lars Johansen, the man with whom she said she had been living, from being forced to give evidence. Mr Davidson said that although crown prosecutor Ernie Reid said he was "99.9 per cent" certain that Mrs. Morris Jones was not involved in the death and that the crown did not intend to call Mr. Johansen to give evidence, there was still a possibility one of them may face criminal charges. The lawyer quoted a British Columbia judge as saying that if coroners were allowed to ask for the testimony of people who might be charged in connection with a death, "it would not be hard to envisage" a policeman with insufficient evidence to lay a charge asking for an inquest to obtain further evidence. Mr. Davidson also argued that forcing someone to testify at a coroner's inquest contravened the Canadian Bill of Rights, which prevents any tribunal from compelling a person to give evidence unless there is protection against self incrimination. The lawyer also said that publicity surrounding the inquest could prejudice the rights of someone eventually charged in connection with the ieath. William Henkel, director of criminal law with the provincial attorney general's Jepartment, opposed Mr. Davidson's application. He said Mrs. Morris-Jones was not being treated any differently than other inquest witnesses. Mr. Justice Cavanagh said decision would not be made for at least one month. The inquest has been adjourned pending the decision. THE FINEST RETIREMENT AND RECREATIONAL COMMUNITY Blind Bay, B.C., 50 miles east of Kamloops on Trans Canada. Please mail me a free brochure. NAME ADDRESS PHONE LH At Batons we mean business If your business calls for calculation...from adding columns of figures to working with roots and powers... check this page and you'll agree: Rapidman 8O1 Hand-held Calculator The four prime functions are supplemented by automatic constant automatic percentage repeat addition and subtraction, constant percentages and automatic squaring and raising to powers (two Chain and mixed calculations. 8-digit LED display. Full floating decimal. 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