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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20-THE IETHBR1DGE Mimh 15, 1972 Government denies request to ivi on drug OTTAWA (Cn The govern-1 Mr. Stafford said 11) promi mcnt refused yesterday quest that a Dain commission repurt ca nabis he withheld until re- nent Canadian doctors de- fortlu-ominii i.t- [-.ounc-ci! the ir.icrim report, say- the ciMuinission showed bias si and sccial and sei Association hat! criticiml the treatment report and ho was in- formed thill other piTvinciiil as- would 30111 Ihe IVC. group. "incdieal si-ien-; ponsihilily in some cf the Mr. tiits deuce invented. team to sludy Ihe report sliould ile said the Canadian Medical i ir.dtlde Dr. William Craig, head The commission iiiuier Dean GeraU! issued tuo. repeals so interim one in May. nr.d one on treat-1 mcnt issued last year. Jack Calif n i Ion1, parliamentary secretary to Health Minister Mimro. said the report be available j Australian "birdman it to doctors and medical versity of B.C., and Dr. Fred in-M'tul'Ons Lundell, associate professor cf The British Columbia Medical j psychiatry at McGill University. AU these have criticized the LeDain reports. "If tiwir findings warrant it, an appropriate cautionary fore- CIIRISTCHUnCH, N.Z. (AIM ward should then be written [ion election seen OTTAWA (CPI Thf cost of the next general election may run as high as S19 million. Chief Electoral Officer Joan-March Hamot said Tue.sxtay. Main reason for the E.iaff "'c offices. over (lie 106.'! cost would be the addition of .slupcmlous" bill it included hir- ing 02.0CO enumerators at S50 to SIX) each, Hie rental of fri.flflo polling offices for tlii) campaign period and the p.'iying of clerks His office will issue 10 inillicn leaflets once Ihe election is 1.5 million young voters t the leaflets to the treasury is; 1 Among the [joints in the leaf- lets: ......Normally anyone may vote who is nl least la years old on election day and is a Canadian citizen. British subject rcjitient in Birdman sets mark Bill so Ife mixlk-al fraternity can Moves soared to a world record study and criiirize it. I altitude of about feet He1" said it dees not seem to be above Lake Ellcsmete with the in the public interest to aid of artificial wings. He was publishing the report, dus in the lifted into free ascent on an up- draught after releasing a tow- take j line from a speedboat. Bill Ben- no action without close study of r.rlt ct Van Nuys, Calif., who all views. The report was being! rose to 2.PGO feet with a similar spring. The government would HIKIM) A I, I V i: KS .Mrs, Margaret Lsidlaw, of Toronto, is in !L o s p i I :i 1 in DomrKlussnla, IlaLv, nfti'r lu'ing founil alive tracker almost -IS hours jiflrr In'iug liuiir-d liy an avahiiiehi-. cirauTi up after consultation j flight in Arizona, held the old j harmful Ihe law should contain with many Kipcrts. 'mark. I certain restrictions. warning aU readers of the biases, irr.ccuracic-s and incoin-; plcto information and advising: GF.TS PENALTY them of the danger of soft drug i use in the light of our present JAKARTA (RenterI An In- incomplete M r. donesian Communist leader, Sn- I pono 53, sen- tenccd to clertii yesterday by a military court on charges of re- hilling President Suhar- to's government after the 1965 i Communist coup attempt. Stafford said. He added that if soft drugs are not harmful, "we should not restrict their sale." If they are You...and a new knit c Welcomo Spring Id a new wool knil coat for only 49 99 at Ealon'jl What better way lo stan off a f e new season than in o beautiful new rjiisses' of womsfi s coot' All smashing classics! o) So chir1 With double-breasted styling, salin'piping, back pleat topped by halt belt. Navy, grey, fuclisio in nvsses 10 to 18. bl Tailored swinger wilii belt breasted, and salin piping on collar and flap Navy, fuchsia, banana, in misses' sizes 10 to la" Not shown c) Doubfe-breasled dassic with braid Inrn an not collar and paten oorkets Nnvy, yrey beige, 'n missps' sizes 10 to 20 d} Smgle breasted classic vvtth sa'i i pip ing on colinr and pockets and raglan sleeves.Navy, fuchsia, in misses' sizes 8 to 16 e) Agr less stvhng with na.le row of buttons, slash pockets oijolSunburst Navy, grey, fuchsia in won n izes 14 to 21 to EATON'S to expbin changes in the the electoral lists, he tolcl the j Canada Elections Ael. Cost of i Can.-.da since June 25, 1357, and Commons committee on privi- leges and elections. committee approved hi? spending estimate of a figure Mi. Hume! warned does take into account a general r i 11 OTTAWA (CP) Finance, He said in reply lo Mr. Stan- Mr, llanici M Turner said Tue.s- i field that tlierc siioukl not be a would he about two million' at least 20 years old on that date, may vote. elderly or infirm and those who believe they may be urahle to vote on election day may vote nl advance polls. away fitnn home, fishermen, mariners, prospec- tors ant! persons physically in- caprcitatcd may vote by proxy. more voters, in all 12.IM5.COO. i day he cannot yet state "if or t. when'' there will he a budget, than ui IOCS. The federal voting r has been reduced to 111 from i Opposition 1, cad or Robert 21 fcr the forthcoming general I Slanfield had asked in the Corn- election. mous when be a His offiee is responsible for "get that Mr. Turner can the cnunipration of voters and ''ls ci.-or.omic and emiiloy- all the zdminislvaiivc aspects of i for w'2- a general eleefion. The minister declined lo be counting the ballots. drawn ir.lo argument about the He said the million esti- latest unemployment f i g u r e s mate might sound '-somewhat during Ihe question period. monthly statistic game ill the Commons with unemployment figures. The February figures released earlier Tuesday shoxv a drop in jobless. Mr. S t a n f i c 1 d also asked whdher Mr. Turner considered new tax laws the cause of the drop in the labor force between Jauuaiy and February. Mr. Turner said he did not acecp: such a Ihcsis and added that statistics are no substitute for Ihe human problem of un- employment. SKYD1VER KILLED ADELAIDE, Australia (Reu- ter) A young skydiver fell feet to his death al Lower Light, about 30 miles from Ade- laide, when his parachute failed to open as he carried out a free-fall exercise. Fashions, Main Floor EATON'S BUYLINE 328-8811 Shop Thursday and Friday from 9 'til 9. Use your Eaton Budgel Charge account for convenient shopping. For one week A. Stimpson, fur expert from Eaton's, brings you Eaton's exciting Travelling Fur Promotion. S'iiown are only a few of the many fine furs you'll find in this superb collodion. Furs of exceptional beauty and quality and backed by Eaton's famed guarantee Goods satisfactory or money refunded. Hurry in and see for yourself. A. Canada Majestic Coals one! somi.filK-d uylo-, in fully hi on I ;ns Ir, glorious nolural shades poslel, eiawn poslcl o, peart shode 10 lo 20. SPECIAL B. Canada Mink Coon Nolurol m.cit, fully Icl-oul iki"