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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 1770 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIB _ 13 Fresh Look Suggested At Constitutional Review OTTAWA (CP) Federal and provincial governments must take a fresh look at llie question of constitutions! review in the light of separatist strength in the recent Quebec elections, Justice Minister John Turner said Thursday. It is loo socn to determine what the election means for the future of Quebec and Canada, he said. But it was "obvious" the gov- ernments must re-examine tile HOW YOU CAN SAVE MONEY ON HOME MAINTENANCE The secret of saving money around your hwne is to be able to detect little troubles and take care of them, before they grow into big ones. June issue of Header's Digest features a timely article that will help you diagnose those little troubles and save you costly major re- pairs. For example, what major problem looms in the future when you hear banging or hammering in the water pipes you turn off a faucet? what kind of big trouble is ahead if your lights or the TV picture shrinks, when the furnace kicks you be faced with the heavy expense of having your front lawn dug up, if you have trouble with sewage or water mains? would you know what to do to prevent a flooded basement, if you had a burst water pipe or hot water tank? Read "Twelve Money-Saving Tips on Main- taining Your Home" in June Reader's Digest. Pick up your copy today. whole program and priorities of constitutional review to decide what effects Parti Quebecois support in the April 29 election will have on current federal-pro- vincial consultations. Mr. Turner did not elaborate en the point. He was speaking to (he first public meeting of a special joint Commons-Senate committee on llie constitution. It opened a scries of hearings which will eventually take com- mittee members to every prov- ide and territory. Speaking in French, Mr. Turner told the committee ear- lier that the most fundamental goal of constitutional review must be national unity and that the situation in Quebec, with the "profound malaise" shown by many Quebecers, is a major preoccupation. The work cf the Commons-Se- nate committee would be impor- tant in sounding out public opin- ion and helping chart the way fcr reform. WILL SIT IN JUNE The 20 MPs and 10 ui Ottawa throughout June, dis- cussing basic background to the two-year-old program of provid- ing Canada with a new constitu- tion and hearing expert wit- nesses on aspects of federal government proposals for re- form. Its first public hearing outside Ottawa will be held in Septem- ber in Manitoba, celebrating its centenary this year. Date and place of other hearings will be decided later. The aim of the cross-Canada sessions, in the words of a state- ment .by co-chairmen Mark MacGuigan erville) and Senator Maurice Lamcntagne will be to "focus popular attention on eonstitulicn'El.-. problems and to discover existing public opin- ion on them." QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 5th St. S. Ph. 328-7684 Above Capitol Furniture EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE NEW FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF REQUIRE ACCOMMODATION 2-3-4- BEDROOM HOUSES 1-2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED RENT OR BUY CONTACT Housing Office University of Lethbridge 327-2171 Extension 288, 289 Robarts Favors Five Provinces TORONTO (CP) Premier Jchn Robarts said yesterday that Canada would be bet- ter off economically with five provinces rather than 10, but he doubted it would ever come about. "I doubt the people of Prince Edward Island would want to give up that island's position as a he said. "So from a people point of view these changes probably won't hap- pen." He was referring to a five- provincial proposal in which On- tario, Quebec and British Col- umbia would remain the same, but one large province would be formed of the present Atlantic provinces and another of the three Prairie provinces. Mr. Robarts, speaking at a Progressive Conservative fund- raising dinner, said the April 29 election in Quebec which gave Robert Bourassa's Liberal gov- ernment a clear majority ended the threat of separatism there for the time being. Even if Quebec wanted to separate, he said, English-Canadians would never allow it to do so. Uuiletl Clmrcli Selects New Alia. President CALGARY (CP) Rev. Jack Paterson of Calgary was elect- ed Thursday as president of the Alberta Conference of the Uni- ted Church of Canada. He succeeds Fred C. Holber- ton, of Calgary and Lethbridge, who was the first layman elect- ed to head the organization. Rev. Ian MacMillari of Ed- monton and Mrs. Cliff McElroy of Calgary also were nom- inated. Mr. Patterson will be install- end of the annual conference iunday. Phone Calls Listed BOSTON (AP) A list of the telephone calls charged to the credit card of Senator Edward M. Kennedy (Dem. the morning after Mary Jo Ko- pechne died was made public Thursday in Suffolk Superior Court. The list was compiled at the direction of the court for last July 18 and 19. All four calls recorded for July 18 were made well before the time of the acci- dent. The first telephone call charged to the senator's card July 19, the day after Miss Ko- pecbne was drowned last sum- mer, was to a phone listed in the name of Jacqueline Ken- nedy Onassis. It lasted almost 24 minutes, telephone company records said. The list was made public when Judge Wildred Paquet lifted an order that kept them secret. Sixteen credit card calls were made on the 18th and 19th of July. Miss Kopechne, a former sec- retary to Senator Robert F. Kennedy, was drowned in Ed- ward Kennedy's car after it overturned into a tidal pool at Chappaquiddick late on the evening of the 18th. The senator escaped, but didn't report the incident to po- lice until about 10 a.m. the fol- lowing day. The call to Jacque- line's phone in Hyannis Port was made minutes after the re- port to police. Calls to other telephones from both Vineyard Haven and Ed- gartown were made in rapid succession after the accident was reported to Police Chief Dominic Arena. They were to telephones in Washington, D.C., and sections of New York City. SPARE TIME INCOME Company requires respon- sible man or woman to re- fill snack vending machines with national brand products. Can 'net dependable person iixceilent second income. Ap- plicant mi'M be honest, ener- getic, have serviceable car, devote 8 to 10 hours and be able to invest to for inventory and equipment. Routes establish- ed. No selling. More info pro- vided if your letter contains details on self. When writing please include phone number. Sunway Distributing Ltd. Suite 2100, Place de Ville Ottawa 4, Ontario Get a taste of the good times with Old Vienna Lively sip after sip. BREWED RIGHT HERE IN ALBERTA. BOHEMIAN MAID BREWING COMPANY dH int t-.vrz. 1969 MARQUIS SEDAN Automatic trans., V-8 motor, radio, power steering and brakes. WAS NOW '3795 1967 DODGE MONACO 2-DOOR HARDTOP Automatic Irons., V-8 motor, radio, power power brakes. SOLD 4-DOOR HARDTOP Auto., P.S., P.p., P.S., P.W Air Conditioning. Immacu late. 1968 METEOR RIDEAU 500 2-DOOR FASTBACK Automatic trans., V-8 motor, radio, power steering, power brakes. WAS NOW '2495 1968 PONTIAC Convertible 2 plus 2 rans., V-8 eng beautiful condit kS '2995 Automatic trans., V-8 engine, radio in beautiful condition. WAS NOW 1964 IMPERIAL SEDAN Low mileage, fully equipped, one owner. WAS NOW '2195 1965 CHRYSLER 300 4-DOOR SEDAN Automatic trans., V-8 motor, radio, power peering and brakes. WAS NOW 1395 1967 METEOR RIDEAU 4-DOOR SEDAN Automatic irons., V-8 motor, radio. WAS NOW 1795 1966 METEOR MONTCALM CONVERTIBLE Auto., V-8, radio, P.S. P.B., maa wheels. WAS NOW 1968 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL TUDOR HARDTOP Fully equipped. WAS NOW '4195 1967 CHEVROLET IMPALA SUPER SPORT 2-DOOR HARDTOP 327 motor, radio, 4 speed tram., power steering, power brakes. WAS 5 NOW 2195 1964 MERCURY Convertible Aulo., V-8, P.S., P.B., radio, beautiful shape. WAS NOW 1295 1966 METEOR RIDEAU 4-DOOR 4 cyl. motor, jtondartl Irani. WAS NOW 795 1968 PONTIAC WAGON Automatic V-8 motor. radio. WAS NOW '1995 1965 PONTIAC R SEDAN 795 4-DOOR SEDAN WAS NOW 1964 CADILLAC 4-DOOR HARDTOP Fully equipped, radio, power fleering, power farakei, WAS NOW '2195 1964 BUICK LESABRE 4-DOOR HARDTOP Automatic trans., V-8 motor, radio, power steering, power brakes. WAS NOW TRUCKS 1969 Ford 1 Ton ..W.B. 3.-, ow mileagi 5 '1995 L.W.B. 6 cyl. molar, 'ow mileage. WAS NOW 1968Chev.y2Ton l.W.B. Low mileuge. WAS '1895 NOW 1965 IHC Ton Pickup Shorl wheclbase. WAS NOW 795 Phone 327-5763 "Whatever It Takes College Mercury Gives" ;