Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Canada election brightens Saskatchewan university speaking date By PETER BUCKLEY N.C. In us first cross-border trip he was forced to call a fuly 8 general Prime Minister Trudeau comes here iunday to speak to thousands if non-voters as the main speaker at Duke University. Methodist-affiliated and the iltna mater of President Duke is conferring an lonorary doctorate of laws on he Canadian leader in a ceremony arranged long icfore the Liberal govern- ment fell. The off-again lature of some of the arrangements for the visit appear to reflect the uncertainty caused in Ottawa ay the government's defeat Wednesday night in the Commons. Under the most Decent both the official schedule and the prime ministerial party are being pared sharply. Margaret Trudeau and the originally scheduled to accompany the prime are to be left behind. A formal dinner Sunday night with Duke president Terry Sanford and university trustees is being dropped. Instead of staying overnight Sunday in a guest house near the Trudeau will return to Ottawa Sunday evening. What remains of the official schedule after arrival by gov- ernment plane at a.m. EDT is a buffet lunch with Sanford and other the commencement exercises and speech in and an hour-long visit with students from Duke's expanding program of Canadian studies. The visit is being regarded by officials of the U.S. government as a private affair. Canadian Ambassador Marcel Cadieux will fly in from Washington to accompany the but no high-ranking U.S. or state offi- cials are scheduled to be present. The advance word from Ot- tawa is that the Trudeau speech despite the sudden election adhere to the accepted protocol that visiting statesmen leave their domestic political differences at home. Duke officials report a com- bination of bemused wariness and discreet elation in the uni- versity community at the turn of fate which brings Trudeau to the neo-Gothic campus a few days after his picture has been featured on front pages across the country in connection with the parliamentary developments. legislature prorogued Safeway is pleased to announce Courtesy Award Winner Ken Koskoski Store 251 Lethbridge KEN KOSKOSKI 425 -13th Street N. Is one of 8 winners in the continuing Courtesy contest in Southern Alberts and B.C. Safeway is proud to have courteous employees as company represent- atives. KEN WILL RECEIVE A COURTESY PIN AND A PRIZE REGINA The 74 Saskatchewan legislative session that was prorogued Friday night featured landmark social controversial resource taxes and a transformation of Saskatchewan's political structure. The 69 sitting days of the fourth session of the 17th legislature were short of the record 72 set in the spring of last year. Major social initiatives in- troduced by the New Demo- cratic Party government ranged from a free dental- care program for children to a comprehensive legal-aid system providing legal advice and services to persons unable to afford it The legislature also passed bills to abolish premiums for the government's medical- care insurance improve workmen's compensation and subsidize prescription drugs. Political changes included legislation imposing spending limits on provincial election campaigns and providing par- tial reimbursement from the public treasury to candidates who get more than 15 per cent of the votes BOUNDARIES CHANGED The boundaries of the prov- ince's 60 constituencies were eliminating extreme variations in the number of voters per constituency and a 61st riding was added. Miscellaneous measures in- cluded legislation to create a Saskatchewan Development a farm machinery testing an independent University of a provincial universities a provincial police the Saskatchewan Educational Communications Corp. and a new govern- ment department of tourism and renewable replacing the department of natural resources. Other bills made invasion of privacy grounds for lawsuits and provided substantial in- creases in grants to municipalities. The government said a bill to impose heavy new royalties on the petroleum industry was designed to take away all created by increasing world oil prices. The Liberal Opposition de- clared that the gowennment was killing the oil industry in and they were not appeased a few months later when the government amended its legislation to im- prove incentives for the oil companies to seek more oil re- serves in the province. Many of the arguments in the petroleum debate were repeated this month when the government brought in a bill authorizing it to impose unspecified new taxes on the potash industry. The session also saw presen- tation of a record provincial budget calling for 1974-75 spending of up from million the previous year New Democrats saw their strength reduced to 44 when John previously New Democrat member for started the session as an Independent. Liberals held their 15 seats in the 60-seat legislature when Ted Malone won the Dec 5 Regina-Lakeview byelection caused by the death of former Liberal MLA Don Macpherson Crossword MOSTLY IN FUN By Janet C. 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T S I 1 D I- U S I K B T I W E F K By Earl Ireland I F I H C S 0 S C H E F T Y HOT I T E WHIG K Y Y Z F A C E K II Y U W H O G G U By India M.Sperry I'AKX YUM 1KYZX SUTICKYE'R ZTUKS ECU HMUUE PAX KYZ PAX -By Barbara J. RURR SO S HQSAX HII ERLY EIIUTYSUA.S'E MQUORTAX' -By Norton Rhoades Last Week's Cryptograms Long gas line is cool to pleased crossword puzzle solvers using wait to solve puzzles. Baby pandas are pampered by says paper. Neat monster uses bramble bush for fur brush Era of rare furs ends for and not too soon Crook in stolen chair look real hot seat. EARLY WEEK SPECIALS Potato Chips Party Pride tri asst'd flav.r oz. net wt pko. R V V Mushrooms 9J9 Tdh. button. 10 fl. oz. tin 0 Orange Juice Town pure from concentrate. f WV sweet or unsweetened. 48 fl. oz. tin............mm W Ice Cream Snow assorted 6 quart tub Marshmallows Kraft Jet White or 11 oz. net wt pkg. 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