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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 2, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Lalonde plans changes OTTAWA (CP) -Health Min- ister Marc Lalonde is planning changes within the federal health department to enable it to play a greater role in public health promotion and education. Informed sources within the department told The Canadian Press Tuesday the changes are on the agenda for next week's meeting here of federal and provincial health ministers. The plans call for a major ex- pansion within the health-pro- grams branch under Assistant Deputy Minister Larry Fry. One main proposal involves the elevation to directorate status of a formerly small "task force on community health." The new directorate could be involved with helping the prov- inces to set up community health centres such as those proposed last fall in a report to the federal and provincial min- isters by Dr. John Hastings of Toronto. As well, a division on health promotion is being strengthened within the branch, one source said. It would be responsible for supplying health promotional materials. Included In plans for more emphasis on public education are programs on drug abuse, alcoholism and control of vener- eal disease. Frisky at 20 Frisky but left it the cat took the first lick of her birthday cake to the neighborhood children to blow out the II 20 of them. Owned by Mrs. Eleanor Brab, and now well into old age. Frisky received two toy mice, two cans of cat food and a scratching post as giffs. Save per Gallon on Paints! Fiesta One Coat Saves Time and Money! Saves time because it's easy to apply and has a high hiding power. Saves money because we regularly sell it for 11.97 gal.! Buy Fiesta One Coat at this low price and we'll even custom tint it at no extra cost. Interior Latex Semi Gloss Enamel High Gloss Ename! 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The chairman of the corpo- ration, established to increase Canadian investment in Cana- dian enterprises, indicated that although the government at present has the sole power as shareholder to ratify or reject any decision of the directors on whether to move irom their present Ottawa offices, this could change before the end of the year whsn the directors will deal with the question. Hampson noted that the legis- lation setting up the CDC pro- vides that up to 90 per cent of its shares may be held by the public. He said that once the corpo- ration builds up its portfolio a little more, it intends to offer shares to the public, "and this could be before the end of the year." Gibson, in a column in Satur- day's Sun, said that the CDC di- rectors are "stonewalling" the government's desire that the corporation move its head office to Vancouver, and that sources close to the CDC in Vancouver say that Hampson has indicated he would rather quit than make the move. "That is absolute, unadulte- rated the chair- man declared. He said that the board of di- rectors is independent of gov- ernment interference. In spite of Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau's statement in Novem- ber of 1971, that the government wanted the corporation to move to Vancouver within two years, no decision has been made yet, he said. Hampson said the directors will make their decision before the end of this decision which would be ratified by the shareholders, whoever they are at that tme. Trudeau's statement ex- pressing the government's de- sire that the CDC move to couver was made at the same time of the announcement of the board of directors. Gibson said this places at least a moral obligation on the CDC to re- spect the government's wishes. "The directors have to run the corporation in the best in- terests of the shareholders, in- cluding the public shareholders it will have in the he said. He stated that the board, in making its decision, will have to take into account such fac- tors as "the economic climate in isn't the only investment centre in the West, you know." (The New Democratic Party government headed by Premier Dave Barrett came into power in August of last year, nine months after Trudeau suggested the corporation move to the West Coast. Some of the NDP government's actions have caused concern in and industrial circles in the 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX MEN'S, BOYS'AND YOUTHS1 VINYL TRACK SHOES Get a head start on savings with these popular track shoes for men of all oges! Soft vinyl uppers wipe clean with a damp cloth and have two blue stripes for a sporty look. Padded tongue and collar and a split leather toe guard for comfort and protection'. Sturdy sure grip soles. White' 'blue stripes. 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