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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBRIDGE HCRAID Friday, Novombsr 4, 1970 Draivbacks Seen In Grain Plan Liquor Charges May CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta Pool says il has reservations alwul Ihc grain re- ceipts policy presented liy I he [cdcral government last week. The company said (lie offers protection against in- come variation only at the fanners expense and giies little incentive for growl h ol the western Canadian irrain in- dustry. Otto Lang, minister without portfolio hi charge of agricul- ture, proposed the policy which would guarantee that farmers' incomes do not Ull below the previous five year average. Fanners would make contribu- tions to tire plan. One of the plan's drawbacks was that crop years and calen- dar for which reliable Information is available, do not coincide, the company said in a news release. The wheat pool also dis- annually for the last 15 years and UiL'ir suspension would re- commercial storage. I farmi-r income equally, payments averaged million I "The grain siaLilizalion plan agreed with plans to terminate storage payments for all grain Women To (Jet Greater Role In RC Mass Liturgy VATICAN CITY (AP) Thei -Selection by the local bishop Vatican issued today a detailed I of music for the mass, without reform gf Hie mass allowing omen a greater role in the lit- excluding slylc. any instrument or TB Hospital Name To Be Changed EDMONTON (CP) Health Minister James Henderson said Thursday that University of Al- berta Hospital will assume re- sponsibility for treatment ol tuberculosis in the province, taking over from Aberhart Memorial Sanatorium. He said in a prepared state- ment that although tuberculosis remains an ever-present threat, particularly in northern Al- berta, modern lealment has caused to length of hospital con- finement to be cut to four to six months from 18 months. "Today, a large part of the treatment can be carried nut on an out-patient basis the shortened course of treatment, coupled with the out patient I sniffing. The maximum emphasis, has resulted in a >s M days or duction of beds that now must be assigned to tuberculosis." The Aberhart Memorial San- iirgy. It also in effect sanctioned in the mass such musical modernization as "clearly defined limits, rock and soul masses if the to be conducted only for one local bishop approves. year, then reported to the Vati- Womcn now can lead the con- Can (or pel-mission to continue. grcgation in hymns and scrip- Document urged that "all (lire reading, except for the means te lo sjng. seems io he a lora of sclf- insuriince by grain producers in which the Bovcrniiiuit would and _ illegal posses- CALGARY (CP) Public participate rarely. The Canadian grain prodiic-i lion industry requires and dc- st serves a much more imagina- tive and progressive scheme than this." Other parts of the proposal would have the effect of remov- ing responsibility from the gov- ernment for maintaining a vi- able agricultural industry. Such create a burden on Canadian agi-icultural producers by siou of liquor iniglil be elimin- ated as offences under provin- '.atules, AtlDrncy-Gencral Alberta Liquor Control Act are I [or all charges which conlri- loo expensive lo enforce and have ended their usefuljicss in society, he told a news confer- Edgcir Gerhart .said here. Several offences under the I ing ;e government is examin- liquor control legislation Union Fined VANCOUVER (CP) Chief Justice J. 0. Wilson today fined local 4 of the Pulp and Paper Workers of Canada in British Columbia Su- developments in the inlernation- alnwke over which they have Court [m Mi to no control ami from which they to k R tradilionaUy have no protection ded t M at a thC Canadlan Pri- The Canadian Merchant Ser- acolyte, even in convenls or, women's chapels. In many Reman Catholic communities women already have been performing the per- mitted duties on an experimen- tal basis. j Tiie reform also permits: of mass oulsjde the church, such as in the home, but only with permission of the local bishop in cases at "real needed." men! said serve the .POLICE EYE CAMPUSES WINNIPEG (CP) The j Winnipeg police department is music "must: considering a recruilment drive of God. I at Winnipeg universities. vice Guild was fined for illegally picketing the entrance too the mill, forced to close when employees refused to cross picket lines set up by bute to "high pseudo-crime in slalisiics al least." If an individual is convicted of illegal possession and chooses to spend IS days in jail rather than pay a fine, it costs the province al least a day to keep him confined, the minister said. In addition the province striking lowboat In addition, William Edgill, vice M.esidanl o( (he PHYC local, was fined or two months in jail on a contempt] charge. He had pleaded guilty to the charge, laid in connection with a statement r-s issued May 21 and a radio interview the same day. A total of in fines lias been issued in connection the six week towboat Possession of liquor might b3 rctniucd as an offence when automobiles are involved, ho said. Asked about use of alcohol at sporting events, Mr. Gel-hurt said simple possession was not as important as what is done witli liquor. "If you consume It hi front of a constable, I expect that ho eouM hm'c (o pay will say more than 'good eve- lion costs home. niiig1 to you. strike, against the Mer- chant Service Guild. BALLISTICS COURSE Al IETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE NEEDS FIREARMS For IDENTIFICATION and DESIGN STUDIES IF you would like to see Grandad's Rifle or sholgun put to a beMer purpose than dust loan- ing II lo tho telhbridge Community College. GUNS OR CARTRIDGES BOTH MODERN AND OtUER BE APPRECIATED C. Borjjelt IE1HBR1DGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 327-2141 After Hours 327-0541 Glue Sniffer's Jail Term To Be Corrected EDMONTON (CP) A man was sentenced to three times .he maximum jail term allow- ed for his offence because a magistrate referred to an out- dated law book. David Patrick Atkinson, 21, of Edmonton was sentenced wo weeks ago to SO days af er he pleaded guilty lo glue ssn- atorium mil change its name to Aberhart Hospital. Chief crovm nrosecutor Rich- ard Anthony said that the crown would be taking action quickly so Atkinson serves no more than tire maximum 30 days. Join the world and see the Club. Canadian Club. 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