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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, J, 19X0 p i p Differences In Tory Ranks 011 AW A (CP) In some of his iryplic replies nijoul the lOui-lii: .situation, Prime Minis- niirtraii lins let it tic known I lie I aware of the sharp dlffor- u u that arose within Con I in ilivc party immediately I mcr Ihe War Measures Act was iinolcd Oct. 1G. llicKO sharp differences worn Hlitively short-lived. When llic committed itself lo onngmg in substitute! legislation I1 itlun a monlli all Conscrva- j In es agreed lo support the pro- I clamation of the act. 1 But until this commitment was days alfer the act was Conserva- tives did face internal difficul- ties. For a start, PCs' four Quebec A 5 s c 1 i n Hoch Lasalle (Jo- Theogene Hicard (St. Hyacinthe) a.nd Georges Valade (Montreal Ste. strongly supported the govern- ment's aclion. Several others did as well, but what senior party members feared most was an internal split over Quebec issue that mainly in- volved Quebec And, for a time, feelings were running much higher than they would over a mere voting differ- rriLC Some of the Quebec Con- servatives "u'ere known to he AURUC.I D Charlcs (Tex) Katson n sixlh defendant in the Sharon Talc miirtlcr case, was jiidguil presently insane by psychiatrists wlio reported he Ims become "a human vegetable" may lie dy- ing. He ivas ordered com- mitted to a sinte mental in- stitution anil not be tried unless lie regains his sanily. BOOZE REVENUE VICTORIA (CP) The Brit- ish Columbia Liquor Control Board piled up a net profit of from the sate of worth of liquor, beer and wine during the fiscal year ended March 31, it was disclosed in the abridged public accounts for British Columbia. From Ihe makers of TUMSB Take gentle-aclinE N? Nfllure's Remedy! There is no letdown, no uncomfortable after-feeling. N; is an all-vegetable laxative. For over 70 years, fR has been giving folks plaasant, effective reliefovernight. N! tonight... _j tomorrow alrignt! ireirjE'CHCCUU7F COATED-JUNIOSS Supermarket Cuts Prices In Ontario TORONTO (CP) Dominion Stores Ltd. announced here il will begin operating its 2JO su- permarkets throughout Ontario on a cut-rate, discount basis next week. Thomas MeConnack, presi dent of the food chain, predicted the new policy will cut weekly shopping bills by 10 to 15 per cent (cr many customers. He said all the firm's stores in only province in which the new policy is being be closed Monday to permit employees to change prices on more than items Stores will reopen Tuesday. The announcement came one day after Dominion released a financial report showing decline in profit for the last half year. In the 26 weeks ending Sept. 19. the company made a profit oi compared with for the same perioc last year. Mr. McCormack did not say why the new policy was not going to apply to the company's 160 stores in other provinces. He said the policy Hkely would increase Dominion's sales volume by about 20 per cent. Profits might decline at first, but should bounce back through increased sales. WiNNiRS FOR WEEKS of OCT. 19th and OCT. 26th fVHfch M, Kalsyn Norman Box 421 SLAVE LAKE, Alia. 991 Peagle Road RICHMOND, B.C. re gsvsng away a zippy Toyota Corolla every week! 5u pick up your entry form from your nearest participating Royalitc service station. (Use your Roynlite credit card and we'll enter you aulumaticnHy.) Tins week's 115 winners (of watches, radios, cameras, pens) are now listed at your Koyalii.e Elation. Check for your name. Have you entered this week? the winners' angry that parly leader Robert StaiifieM hncl riol held special before de- ciding In oppose the invoking ol ho act. One member said Mr. S'ian- field more lime talking it over witli fonner leader John Dielenliiiker Hum he did with :he Quebec caucus. Until Liljcral House Leader Allan gave a com- mitment that the act would be replaced in a month, ami thereby made it easier for the ConscrValivcs to support Uw measure, there is no doubt that a taut situation was developing. And government members have made the most of it, par- ticularly the prime minister. In reply to questions from David MacDonald Egmont) a lew days ago, Mr, Trudeau re- ferred to his stated reasons for invoking the act adding that "if the politicians of distant prov- inces are not aware of them, perhaps they should ask their colleagues in the province ol Quebec to explain thom." Again Friday, the prime min- ister talked about the same facts. "They are known by every member of Ihis House from the province of Quebec whether those members be in our party or in the party which supported the government's proclamation of the War Measures Act." There have been several other noticeable incidents in which cabinet ministers have made reference to the reported lack of Quebec participation in the op- position viewpoints. NO IDEA Regional Expansion Jlinisier Jean Marchand, in his speech on the invoking of the act, said that "those who are safe bolund the Rockies or in the heart oi the city of Toronto have no idea of what is going on in Montreal and the province of Quebec. "Of course some people know it theoretically. Some may make sociological analyses of what goes on in Quebec. But there are olher developments and honorable members should perhaps bu aware of Ihem." Conservative sources are con- fident Hint Iho initial difficulties have all but dissipated, although [here are slill obvious differ- ences of opinion involving the administration of the acl. Conservative MPs from Quebec generally display a much less critical tone than some of their colleagues when tliey direct inquiries at the gov- ernment over the handling of rjie Quebec situation. Party sources say that when the replacement legislation is prepared, there mil be thorough discussions- involving all mem- bers before any hard-line views are formed. Realizes Medical Dream MONTREAL (CD A Mont- real pattern maker with a knack for developing useful gadgets lias realized a five-year dream of Dr. Alton Murphy, a specialist in open-heart surgery. Gastnn Rivest, 45, turned his attention to tlic medical field in i HC5 and up with an oxy- genator, a device for putting ox- ygen in blood, which the Mont- real Children's Ho'i p i t a 1 has agreed to tesl. Oxygenalors currently in use oxygenate the blood at 30-per- cent eiticieiicj and can operate for only three or lour hours. Mr. Rivest's oxygenator is de- signed to run for seven days and oxygenate blood at 100-per- cent efficiency. His interest was sparked when Dr. Murphy talked to Macdonald Tobacco Inc. about the possibility of making a ma- chine out of fibreglass or plas- tic. ,ld president David. ncsium becaus.2 it was the light- greed to finance the j est material available Each project and put Mr. Hivest to casting was x-raycd and heat- Miicdonal Stewart ag n-ork. Mr. Rivest said he used mag- as president of the Unit Mason- ry Council of Alberta. Mr. Adams is western representa- tive of the Bricklayers Interna- tional Union. The Unit Masonry Council is a body of manufacturers, con- tractors, suppliers and trades- men which acts in co-operation to promote the masonry indus- Mtisoiiry Council Elects Adams EDMONTON (CP) H. N. Adams of Calgary was elected ter device, .wluch he calls a treated to prevent distortion. Airplane motor specialists were consulted on Ihe problems of balancing the oxygenalor. Preliminary experiments will bo performed on animals. It will then be coated with chrome to facilitate sterilization. If it proves feasible, Mr. Rl- vcst said, he will then 117 to make a version more compact than lu's original 21-inch-diamc- 'pizza. MeEwen To Retire CANBERRA (Renter) Aus- tralian Trade Minister John McEwen, announced m ON SALE WHilE QUANTITIES LAST SILKIN DELIGHT FOAMING BATH OIL BASSETTS LICORICE KLEENEX BOUTIQUE TISSUES KEROSENE LAMP ifOR00 FURNACE FILTERS HALF 0 OOC PKG- G WRONS 2FOIio8? MOTEBDOliS OwtiOOV FACECLOTHS COKE TUMBLERS CAULKING COMPOUND BATHROOM LOOSE LEAF REFILLS QUALITY HAIR BRUSH IRONING PAD R COVER SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED ;