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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 1HE U1HORIDGE HERALD Tueiday, Mtiy 2, 1972 Compulsory breath tests Canada, Israel sign agreement OTTAWA TPl Compulsory ir-l.-. 10 'I t'l e riu i e uiicvhiT a driver is impaired arc' ui.'l mlrd "ill by Ihe Cana- dian Mill "i llh'hls. llii! Supremo Court i'i ana.la ruled Monday ill iiu un.minion', judgment. The high com I inailu the rul- ing in an appeal by John Cii'T uf Toronto whose main defence was that in being forced Id lake Ihe lux-nib, tests, lie v.as evidence against himself. Said Mi. Justice Holand Ril- cliir: "1 Iliink the words pro- tection apamr-l .-clf-incrimina- tion as Ihcv nrcur in the Bill of Rights are to be taken as m canine pinleclion against im'riminaiJn.B siatonients, and nol as einl'iacinu incrimi- paling cr.iuliiioiis nf the body Midi as HIT content the breath or Mood." Mr. Curr's .T'lical is one uf Uiree legal (CMS against the breath test laws which make it mandatory for drivers In giv breath samples when rcqiicsle by police olficers. STUDY OTIIKIl POINTS Still lo be decided liy the big court is wlicllicr ;i driver In the right to consult a lawyc before laking the. Icsc an whether the law should 1 struck down until the goveri ment finds a suitable containc so that motorists cai also be given samples for a pi sible defence. Mr. Justice Bora La kin, concurrent proleclinn against its use in evidence ap.ain.st him does not offend against the self ineriminalion g u a r a n I e e'1 in the Bill of Rights." Mr. Justice Laskin also said it was within "Ihe scope of judicial notice to recognize that Parliament has acted in a matter that is of great social concern, this is the human and nomic cost of highway accidents arising from drunk driving." Nor was there anything argued during the appeal to suggest Mint persons right to se-curily of the person were af-fccled by provisions of the drinking laws. HKFl'Srcn TO TAKE TEST? Mr. C'nrr was convicted in November, 1070, of refusing to lake, the breath Judge Charles M. A. Charles agreed his conlenlion that the Bill of Rights protected him from giving evidence against himself in the form of the lest and acquitted him of the charge. The Supreme Court o[ Ontario and Ihe Ontario Court of Appeal ruled against that finding and Mr. Curi1 then appealed to the Supreme Court of (CP) Canada and Israel signed an agreement today lo insure Canadian investments in that country against such non-commercial risks as war, insurrection and civil strife. Canada already has such will] Barbados, Jamaica, Malaysia, Singapore and St. Lucia. The agreements expand the facilities of Ihe government's foreign investment and arc designed to promote investments in other countries by Canadian corporations and individuals. Today's a g r e e m G n I was signed by External Affairs Min-islcr Milchell Sharp and Theo-dor Meron, Israeli ambassador lo Canada. nine-member court, s; d giving a breath sample- ;'doe u'f raise the question of illegally-obtained statements or admissions." He said lie also believed lhal provisions of the law compelling a person to take the breath IIHAD Thn Er.viol Union is the top-ranking country in book publication and number of readers are mil lion of horses v V TORU.VU) il.'P> Vaccina- tion oE Canadian horses to com- bat Venezuelan equine enee- phalomyelilis uill be on a volun- tary basis, a federal govern- ment official said hero. Dr. J. Md'lciiaghan, direc- tor nf contagion-' diseases in (he agrirullure department's health of branch, said at fl conference on VIi-E there are DO plans at present [or compulsory vaccination despite the consen- sus of veterinarians and horse- men (ha! the disease could be- come widespread in Canada Ibis year. "When Ihe disease took hold In Terns lasl year, we had sev- eral thoughts." said Dr. Mo Ciena K ll a n. "The first was stockpiling vaccine made, in the United Slates. "Then we decided 10 have a vaccine made in Canada m case the United Slates puts an cm- barco on its vaccine. We are making it in Canada now and Ihe first batch was released on April 14." He said the government feels vaccination should be voluntary and that a 1'ii-pcr-ccnt vaccina- tion level can be attained on this basis. 'he. disease aets worse In our hemisphere I'm confident we will have enough vaccine on hand lo make vaccination com- j pulsory I The Venezuelan disease is; similar in V.'e.'icni equine ence-! umiinonly known as sleeping sickness, which has broken out in Western provinces from (ime to lime. Tha Venezuelan variety has never found in Canada but Is expected ;o move north this year after an extensive out- break in the lulled Stales last year killed hundreds of horses. Poiioka hospital chief retires PONOKA TP> Dr. James M. Bycrs. medical superinten- dent of I he Alberta Hospital since ISiio and assislanl medi- cal superintendent since 1935, has retired A letter from Health Mimsler Neil Crawford, thanking Pr. nyers for long service and iKuablc achieve- ment, was. presented by Ur. P. P. Rose. niinisler of health and development, at a ceremnny ai the hospital. Dr. .1. former health minister, c o ;n ir. ended Dr. Byers for h'h v.-urk in changing the hnspiiai a "friendly and pcrsural p'aco Dr. Ilu'rs riTCived has niedi- degree Innii the tiiivcr.-ily of Albeiia ia ar.d has done post-gradual c. siud.v in psychia- try anrl medicine at ihe Unner- sity of AlLrrla Columbia Univcrsilv. He V.TIS Ihe first Canadian in rerlifira- tinn in mental imspiial admin- istration (nun I hi' American Psychiatric A-.'-iH'iaiinn Dr. (Mand. clinical di- rfclor nf Alb.-rla llo-piral. montnn. betn appointed to succeed li'. ers. Calrs rin-rir.-, Sorrcil liaimr car owner what he siei he birth of the souped-up on weekends. Picking1 the kids up Muscle Car made it necessary for tire manufacturers, including Uniroyal, to develop special kinds of tires for them. These car own- ers usually know they need them be- cause of the style of driving they're like- ly to do. Plus the fact that a lot of money has been spent tell- ing them they do. Well, there are a lot of car owners who don't need them. They'd be simply wasting their money on this kind of tire. They need some- thing else because of thekincl of car own and the kind of driving they're likely to do. And Uniroyal has developed tires espe- cially for them, Among them is the Uniroyal Fastrak 4-Ply Polyester. (Obviously a name only an engineer could love.) It was created for the family sedan at school. If this sounds like you, then the Fastrak 4-Ply Polyester (there's that name again) is ideally suited to your driving needs. layers) make for a carcass that's every bit as strong as the one in a belted muscle car tire. They also make for a cool-running tire with little heat build-up. And the less of that in a tire, the better. Because with intelligent driving, the tire will Is this how you mostly get from A to B? owner who doesn't do a lot of tearing around but instead is more likely to do this kind of driving. A lot ol: in-town, stop and go last longer. (In fact, in most cases every bit as long as a high-priced ''performance" Also, unlike a lot of tire mate- rials, polyester virtually resists travelling. A day in the country. (What happens The office and back. The cottage, when you've been driving for a while and the tire's a little warm, and you happen to park. A lot of tires form flat spots where the standing weight of the car forces down on them.When you startup again later, the tire's a little out of shape and it starts bumping as it turns, and making noise.) So along with strength and du- rability our Fas- trak 4-Ply Poly- ester also gives you a smooth and noise-free ride. Then there's our exclusive tread design. It gives our tire skid-resis- tance and pull-away traction equal to that of a belted muscle car tire. And gives you some peace of mine! knowing that those qualities are there if you ever need them. All of which brings us back again to "only buy what you re- ally do need." If it sounds like the Uniroyal Fastrak 4-Ply Polyester just might be it (in spite of its you'll need just one more thing. About Because at Uniroyal Centres rightacross Can- ada, they actual- TheFasfrok vi y ttwUL-itA.1 _ Bkl H% ly start that low. 4-WyPolyesto; ;