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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta January session to combat OTTAWA (CP) The have a series of how long (he new Parlia- eral governmenl is planning ready for the would last call the Commons inlo Ihe Leader David Lewis, early in January and present Trudeau will party holds the balance wilh a series of new plans lo his party's power, says the session will proposals to combat it meets here "as long as. Parliament ment, sources said Conservative caucus some good for Canada." When Prime Nov. 15-16 and the everyone agrees there will T.-udenu held a news Party caucus some difficult votes in the ence Thursday and in Toronto nuxl days. lhat his now a meeting of the it is generally conceded duced lo a the NDP would prefer lo carry on, he said that standings as of Nov. another election until ment would he called "as 109 Liberals, 108 into the new year, the Con- as reasonably possible 31 New are apparently eager ing the return of the final Social Credit and two go to the polls again, assum- tion writ." This would be that the momentum is on 5, at the as MPs side. And the first vote But sources said Monday in Ottawa Commons will face will be plans call (or Parliament sellle in for a new by Ihe NDP, as an meet early in some lo clean out their lo the standard though this could change following their non-confidence by that time the government 1 there was no clear which comes with the speech. Should the motion to be ac- Diet sees lo Ihc Conservalives it will be difficult for the Liberals to survive. A np i sfid Mondsv thst, his between Ihe nationalization of WINNIPEG (CP) posl-eleclion news conference prime minister John he will bring in amend- He said il will Ire difficull ker said Monday the to government legislation i the NDP to vote against and New Democratic the Consci-valives motion which, he have made a sort of would be a simple con- ment to ensure thai the be awfully sure of Liberal policies ment of Prime Minister have Liberal support unemplovmenl deau won't be forced out of 1 SPRING fice by a defeat in LEAD Most of the talk around Mr. Dicfenbaker, who retained Prince Albert riding i Wilh indications Monday that i llamem for the Progressive Saskalchewan riding a spnne election. tives in the Oct. 30 federal Lake was won by Liberal sources tion, said the NDP doesn't standings of parties be- Mr- Trudeau is Eiic'her election soon. came Liberals 109. maior snmne or senior per- Hc said under the 108. New Democrat 31, in the finance depart- ment the Liberals, with Credit 14, Independent 2. ment most 'he support, would consider that Diefenbaker recalled thai nomic policies are defeat in parliament on or-5 Ihe 1957 general eleclion would be seen as part of a sua wou'd not force a under his approach lo combat unem- ment resigualion. Liberals gained 112 seals and and the sources said such a siludian would go a government wilh Ui2 changes could involve the parliament to seek formal of (he NDP's of well-known oul- of economic experts. Mr. Dieferbaker added he next year the replying lo questions about not saying there is an in the House of and inflation at ment between leaders of dropped to eight news conference. Liberal and New 25 as the said: We will pariles. But rhe two lo election victory. to pul before Parliament have reached "something of said (he package of economic meas- been lost on Ihe NDP. ures which will improve Ihe Mr. Diefenbaker noted don'l want another ualion in every leader David Lewis indicated sources said that work nol ye. begun on these measures, but lhat they will re- Rapeseed's lop priority before the opening of Parliament. He said it was almost certain that nongovernment experts will be even if thev are not hangs in into the public service. Bv 3EFP CAHRUT1IERS culprit, the government ilerald Ottawa BureBii cided it would be "prudent" to OTTAWA In a few months from now, the lo newly-developed rape-seed varielies low in erucic aboul the safely lo humans of Canadian varieties of These varieties, containing aboul five per cent case oils could be ended once produce what is for all. The federal health oils, which are also low in erucic way branch has just decided to tablish a special advisory committee of non-govemmenl sc-entific experts, to review governmenl, in calling for the snitch to Canbra (CP) An appeal by former mayor William Hawxeiak against an Alberta (Ire government the possible hazards to humans, if any, associated wilh oils made years ago, launched a multi-million dollar program lo bring about an eventual Court ruling that he violaled rules governing persons in trust, opened Monday. Canadian rapeseed to Ihe new Hawrelak in January was including Ihe new low erucic acid Canbra oils. The scienlilic review, some-H-ing never before done for any of the edible oils used in Canada, is scheduled lo be completed by next February or recently, experiments on rats in Ottawa laboratories and in laboratories abroad have revealed that even the low erucic acid Canbrn oils produce heart lesions in the rats, even though (he Canbra oils by Mr. Justice W. J. C. Kirby lo "pay Ihe city ?72.197. the alleged profit from a land transaction completed while he was mayor of Edmonton. Defence counsel A. F. Moir argued Monday that Mr. Justice Kirby was wrong in his to produce the falty DIFFICULT scientists had Hawrelak w a s president What some sources in (he more Sun-AIIa. Builders Ltd., in ment describe as "difficult when lhat company be- cisions" about the future of Ihc findings are involved in a land deal peseed oils will then be to be Chrysler Corp. He became by government on the basis are puzzling. Ihe health later lhat year. the scientific in Ottawa has Justice Kirby's 50-page Should use nf rapeseed be thai a scienlific againsf Mr. Hawrelak stricted in such existing Ihc health hazards of all the former mayor's 40 per sumer products as oils is in share in Sun-Aila., jumped cooking oils nnd salad value lo S9C.OOO from J8.000 ings? The federal health after some property was partment is already considering limiting (he percentage of i j zoned. The judge said Mr. rclalc was "nnhle (o give rine oils allowed in judgment en the (o live per cent as n result of j inc relate! concerns about possible 1V1 O'f It The hearing is expected to 1 health hazards. last until Or will Tflpcsccd oils he PL a "clean bill of This is considered lo be less likely. In experiments with soon Hospital o'dcr varieties of Canadian (CP) prsecd. cnnlaining as much as M to 50 per cent erucic new 52 an hour i minimum wage will come inlo have shown lo Dec. -1, Labor tally deposits in the heart King announced feeding to the said the labor When scientists no accurate estimate of (CP) Devel- rrucir acid as the of people affected of hospital services increase in Ihe commillces are pro- Trains from SI. 50. There also is no figure (or the number for in amendmcnls lo Ihe Hospitals Act introduced in (he aged 17 nnd under again come under the new Minister Neil Craw- 'rale of nn hour, offer-live on Ihe same proposed the changes which "recognize the growing The new minimum wacc for such committees in i RASSANO (CP) The also specify lhal new hospitals. They would j CPU line was reslui'ed lo of nnd members of medical operation early loday after will como inlo nnd constantly review Hie derailment of an 3, of various hospital services. freight train final stage of UK amendmcnls would nol There were no in in Ihc minimum lo Ihe provincial cancer accident about p.m. by Ihe NDP a provincial genera 12 luul one prov'pciH eleclion cam- or university .scl unil leave Ihc tracks. will become already have such provi- muse of Ihe mishap wns not ,1, Iil74 when Uie roles in legislation dealing wilh lo (2.50 and Tujiojoy, November 7, 197} IS! lETHBKIDGE HMALB 27 Personalized car plates seen source of revenue A VOTE FOR DAD Tricia Nixon Cox, daughler of President Nixon, emerges from the boolh afler casting her vote Tuesday. Mrs Cox was the firsl one lo vole in her dislricl in Westhamplon Beach, an eastern Lcng Island communily. (AP Wirepholo) EDMONTON (CP) Per- sonalized motor vehicle license plates one source of addi- tional revenue Alberta "could take under consideration." Highways Minister Clarence Ccpithonie lold the legislature. lie was replying to a ques- lion from Roy Wilson gaT The question was one of sev- eral during the question period as the opposition continued its practice of focusing on one cabinet minister for most of the 40 minutes. The opposition didn't gain much information but provoked I an argument over whether it was Ihe Progressive Conserva- tive government or its Social Credil predecessor which bc- I gan closing undeveloped road allowances to the public near Calgary- Gordon Taylor, high ways minister in Ihc former govern- ment, said il was a "false- hood" lo suggest Ihe practice began with the Social Credit ad- ministration. Deputy premier Hugh Homer retorted that if the opposition was on a "wilch it should place its queslions in wrillen form on the order paper. That's where that particular debate ended. Mr. Coplthorne told Leighton Buckwell (SC Macleod) thnt he has completed a five-year projection of highway develop- ment in the province, but that the. plan won't be tabled In the house because it's meant as a highways department guideline only. He also said his department still is considering the possibil- ity of photographs on driver's licences. GOLDEN YELLOW BANANAS Ib. v Watch For More Special Values In Tomorrow's Paper. BUY 4 SAVE 4.00 3 years or miles' Reg, Gmnntnd High Performance Shock Abiorben. The right-shocks for frequent travel over rough roads. They give high speed control and a powerful comfort cushion. Guaranteed lor 3 years miles. SUPRAMATIC SHOCKS (not Heavy-duty, shock absorbers that are guaranteed for miles. Betler riding control and safety than regular equipment shocks. Reg. Sale Booster Shocks (not For pulling trailers and any other heavy weights. Coil springs end rear end drag. 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