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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneitioy, May 10, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 21 Coal shipping ruling 'disaster' EDMONTON (CP) A Sup- reme Court of Canada decision favoring the movement ot Brit- ish Columbia coal by a United States railway line is "a disas- a union official said today. Jack president of tho Edmonton Council of Railway Unions, said the decision is a "catastrophe." "I don't see why we should allow our raw materials to be shipped to the west coast hy Americans instead of Canadi- ans." AWAIT EVACUATION In the ban XDH zone of Laos a Meo woman and child await evacuation by air. Some Mao tribesmen in the region ore fed by U.S. "rice drops." _______________________ Chiropractors press for hospital privileges CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta Chiropractic Association said today it will present a brief to the provincial government which the group hopes will lead to diagnostic privileges in hos- pitals. Dr. Derrill Ladcll of Cal- gary, spokesman for the associ- ation, said chiropractdrs arc discriminated against under the Alberta Diagnostic Services Act. Under the present structuring of the act, he said, chiroprac- tors arc denied hospital privi leges and must therefore main- BATTLE OF BATOCHE. A commemorolivo poem by Al Purdy, one of Canada's few full-time poets, describes the scene of the climactic battle of the Second Riel Rebellion. Read about this historic event, this Saturday IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE tain many cosily services in their offices. "Medical doctors have access to such hospital privi leges as x-ray facilities, blood studies and admitting rights. Dr. Ladell said in a news re lease because many of the ser- vices must be provided by tin chiropractor at his own ex- I pense, it costs them at least 10 times as much to establish a S practice as it does a medical doctor. "For thai reason our fee structures have heen driven up and the quality of treatment available to our patients is not what it could be if we had ac- cess to hospital expertise." Mr. Pickett was referring to an application by the Kootenay and Elk Railway to move coal Tom southeastern British Col- umbia to connect with the Burlington Northern Railw a y across the U.S.-Canadian bor- der. The coal would be shipped across the American northwest to the west coast and back up to Vancouver for further trans- shipment to the new port at Robert's Bank. The supreme court had ruled that the Canadian Trans port Commission erred on a major point of law in rejecting the application to move info the area in competition with CP rail. Mr. Pickett said the move is a typical example of American companies disregarding Cana- dian intersts, creating jobs for jAmerican railwaymen, and leaving Canada with nothing but a small coal royalty. "It may be that CP Rail should have done a little more to expedite the movement of coal last he said. Govt. workers have right to see files EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta civil servants have the right to see their own employment file, says Labor Minister Bert Hohol. He told Roy Wilson gary Bow) in the legisla t u r e that he made the policy clear recently at a meeting of civil service association representa- tives and personnel administra- tion officials. Mr. Wilson said some civil servants were concerned dero- gatory material might be re- moved from their files before they saw them. Dr. Hohol said derogatory material rsspecting character would not normally be a part of an employee's file, but "if it were he would be entitled to see it" EATON'S Mother's Day h This Sunday. Choose A Sunbeam Appliance For A Sure "Make Happy" Gift! Sunbeam Electric Kettle on imJisprnsnhlr; kitchen helper for mom. Automatic Oiul-off and rcsot. 36" altachrrl cord. Black hnndlo. Model Nn. KftSP. 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