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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE May qua pricetagst theoldl-2-3 You pay no more than KemlCoat HOUSE PAINT SUPER Kern-Tone FIAT PAINT 5 are a se ll-e ga Ion shc i 'il er1 iO TUriL6b '0 'Or -dd en ol -r's cans Superior Kem paint manufactured by Sherwm-W Hiams Kem 1 Coat Pre- mium quality latex extenor white oaint grea' one coai pro- tection Kem-Namel is a latex semi gloss wiih a lijSirous fin sh that wears and wears And Super Kem-Tone It s 'he interior latex paint on the market And both are ava lab'e in all colors plus white yoi. ve been waiting for the right I'me to oamt you can t afford to wait anv longer Sale ends Saturday at participating pa nf hardware deoartment stores Home Improvement Centres and Sherwm-WilliaT's dealers Warn. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Co Canada Paint 424 7th Street S. Alta Phone Paint Wall Covering 32 16th Streets Alta. Phone J27-8321 Cahoon Lumber Co. Ltd. Creek Co-op Lumber Feed Pincher Alta Pincher Creek Co-op Ltd. Bros. Hardware Pmehar Alta. Cellis Building SuppHes Alta Phono E Hardware Alta Magrath Trading Co. Magrath. Hardware Ltd. Alta. Phone 223-2052 M R Lumber Co. Milk American Lumber Co. Ltd. Alta Phone 223-2265 Campbell Hardware Picture Companies Ltd. Alta Phone 223.2424 Sauter's General Supplies Vauxhtll. Son Hardware Alta. Revelstoke Companies Ltd. 1602 3rd Alta. Phorw Building Supplies 113-13 St. N Alta. 328-2050 Bow Island Hardware Bow Inland. Mercantile Ltd. Raymond Alta. 75S-M34 Magrath Co-op Ltd. Motors Ltd. American Lumber Co. Ltd. Dow Hardware Port Ward's Allied Hardware Fort IT TQIUY MTMNAUV WYCTTltt D PRODUCTS New German president Walter congratulated by Willy Brandt Scheel makes history BOXN Foreign Minuter Wallet Scheel was elected as West Germany's new president succeeding Gustav Hememann Scheel 54 is the youngest of the country's four presidents to date and was the first to win the largeh titular office of head ot btatp on the first ballot An absolute mdjoi'ty of U e 1 036- rnember federal assembly is required Scheel obtained votes in the election seen an impressive demonstration ot solidarity vvithin the ruling two-party coalition His opponent Richard a widely respected parliamentarian of the Christian Democratic got 498 votes Five voters abstained and three were absent Scheel will be sworn in as president July i when Hememann's term expires Because of Willj Brand Is sudden les-gnation as chancellor after the discoveiv of an Last German Communist among his aides Scheel todaj holds an ac-eurnuldtiun of political offices unprecedented among postwar western leaders He until Helmut Schmidt s election by the Bundestag acting West German chancellor He is also West German foreign chairman of the European Common Market council of ministers chairman of his party and head of the Liberal International He will be succeeded as vice-chancellor foreign minister and pailv chairman by the present interior minister Hans- Dietrich Genscher Dual system of courts considered confusing TORONTO Canada's attorneys-general unanimously agreed Wednesday that the control and responsibility for all criminal prosecutions should be invested in the and not shared with the federal government The meeting for the first time in private talks that began Tuesday in the suite of Ontario's lieutenant- said the existing dual system of courts is confusing to the and creates costly duplication They stated their concern in a six-page statement released after the meeting We had complete and abso luie agreement among the at- torneys-general on all items on the Nova Scotia Attorney-General A E Sullivan said later 'That's quite a thing The statement said there should be a lessening of tederal control in criminal more consultation with the and an increase in Ottawa's share of the cost of running the nation's courts Montana man dies in plane crash Monl Frederick Branstetter of Billings died Tuesday night when the light plane he was piloting crashed near here Branstetter the lone occupant of the an craft had been flying from Helena to Billings Shenff Malcolm Henry of Bioidwater County said Wednesday not uptight about all Mr Sullivan said we feel we should at least be consulted before any major new federal programs are brought in For the provinces to assume the responsibility of adminis- tering the Criminal there should be a prosecutonal system which in addition to the contribute to a better public understanding of and respect for the the ministers said. They said the newly-estab- lished federal which re- placed the old Exchequer Court of is expanding into such areas as other types of prosecutions An example was given of the Income Tax Act and the Unemployment Insurance for which the federal government is responsible But while Ottawa should investigate abuses of these the ministers said the provinces should prose- cute the cases They called for a halt to the dual system of federal and provincial courts The conference also called for establishment of a vehicle to provide regular consultation between the two levels of government. Mr Sullivan said prior-con- sultation would have averted the chaos that was created when Ottawa enacted the law of compulsory breath tests for drinking drivers Some prov- inces did not have testing de- vices and could not comply fully with the law The ministers complained that current agreements with the federal government on legal aid programs forced provinces vary the nature of their legal aid programs in order to obtain equal benefits They also said legal aid should not be confined solely to criminal or civil but should be available for such aspects as anti-poverty activities and for education programs involving social workers or para- professionals Margo Oliver Margo brings vou ret ipes for delic icus ken dishes in our Weekend trm Siiturdav The Lethbridgc Herald fire stone STORES Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 USE OUR OR Vt fON GOOD TAKE-OFF AND USED SAVE ON c APPEARANCE BLEMISHED i A SALE ENDS MAY 25th MCfty TIRES Each Each H78xl5 njwis Eacn L78xl5 M TRUCK ITMKOFFS I CAPS I 700x20 USED RADIAL TIRES 10 ply Each ar. 75oxi6 650x13 95 e ply Each nylo Each FRK NO-GIMMICK TIRE GUARANTEE IS GOOD ACROSS CANADA ;