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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta iMimBinflf. MERAID MoiiH.IV I', V fc A 'VV a ui" ,'ffa Gray report: another example provinces kept in dark dse. the rp ne ,s MMiMged J iJS'C f Onenia! and decision CAl.CAKY 1. S. Tiireutk'. eiiicf >li t-ii't ei.'.irl city '..iv0 a 's S'.'vrnr.o- i'.sv t'> tuo former I'mpiiA ITS. i runner .1 H Salm- nn and Jin1. v.viv 1 .i POLICING A WEDDING Two policemen escoil Walter Edwards, a British soldier, and his bride, the form- er Ilish McConnell of Belfast, to car after their marriaoe a! Oswesiry Catholic Church. Police searched the church before the ceremony. The couple, both 26, met while Waller was serving with the army in Northern Ireland. To avoid trouble, such as the ro-ecn! far-and-fealhering of a teen-age girl in londonberry. Ihey switched their wc-d- ding from Belfast ot Oswesiry. W'crlnr Chopper record WASHINGTON KruiiT) The I'.S. Army I' a world liciiciipir-i- al'J lurie reciivl o.VI i "s Siknrsky l-'lyina r.e lielicnp lei'. Ihe Hi-'rnre (leivirlineni an. MMiinrrii hrrr. Ivlri I f; Mii.-.r nv..M id.- ana neroin given to patients r.v ?i.! AN York i sVirn reported here the it.-r .if heroin and LSU lo case hnlh pain and anxiety in pa- tients dying of cancer. They also heard a warning from n leading authority on d e a t h that psychopnarma- colodc n gen's must not be used as s substitute for human care. The re-ports made a1 a I symposium on drugs and I cving patients and bereaved, i sponsored by the p-ychiatry department of the College of Phvsiclnns and Surgeons of Columbia University and the Foundation of Thanatology of I h e Coiumbia-Presbvl.CTKin .Medical Centre. Dr. R. G. Twycross of txin- reported on the use of opened The heroin Ls used in con- junction wiih close personal attention, Twycross said. ''A [though diamorphine f heroic1 may be an excellent, evrn unrivalled, potent anal- gesic." said, ''it has been, nor ever wsli be. the answer lo all I'ne prob- oms of terminal earn." (liven orall'-' in must cases, the herein, hr said, and nausea than dfi'lil results m ,T! i-> more Li'er- i live, al relic1, ir.s; anxiety. LSD has been u.-ed in an eAj'-LTimenial program in the U.S.. paid Dr. Albert A. Kur- land, director of the Maryland 1'svchiatrie Research Centre. and Dr. Slanblav Ornf. chief i of psydiiatnc research at centre. clinical studies reflectin2 rckiiive Incl; of piiysicril hai- i artis uitl' ihi> PMH cedurc." Km1 kind ;-anl. i is reckon to fec-1 thai in lime. there may be a nvre acceptance of such treatment. with ;ni accompaiiyir.R 1 oration of the research deavors in an nrea whe'T re- lief is so desperately needed." can produce more tuler- i ante tn and a ao i cppUuico- of inevitrJile death.. There 'vlramatic im- provement" in of cancer patients, showed j moderate improvement, --even I unimproved nnd three became worse. OTTAWA (Cl'i The puhli t ition of excerpts said !o be irom the a rt'' on foreign ownership is expected lo bring renewed i in ial demands for greater ronsultnlum with U'.c federal government on economic mat- Ihe provinces have tradition-! ill arguetl Ihey are j u nsuHcd adecjiiulely before tJie j federal government brings tn j neu econon'.ic policies. And j now, on the eve of the federal- j provincial economic conference luting Monday, the premiers j will be able to read alleged ex- j cerpt.s, as published by the "a- n uiiaji Forum, from a report nd made available to them. The report, prepared by Ueve- m e Minister Herb Gray, hn.- been before the federal cabinet j Mnce last spring. It is still a c ibint't document" and there-j foit wasn't made public. j 13ut at a federal-provincial j coi fcrerre year, former j Kinier John Ixobarts of On- tario argued .strongly for the es- i lablislmient of federal-provin- cial macliineiy that would allow provinces to participate in eco- I nomic decisions from the begin- ning. liOHAHTS StTPOHTKH Vnder his proposal, supported by most premiers, working pa- i jxM's would be made available so the provinces could confrih- uic to the decision-making proe- j rather than reacting to it, "It is of very great import- j ance." he said Nothing was ever done a twit his suggestion, although ihe ma- chinery fie had in uell- organized exiM for constitutional Lions. minis'rrs have their i meetings tn quarterly from an- inially, but slill consist largely of a general exchange of views. i The premier most likely to j take up .Mr. Rcbarts' proposal j at next week's c 1 o s e d -d o o r i meeting here is the new Alberta lien de r, Conservative Peter i Lougheed. He has argued firmly i that his province should be al- to make a contribution (o I economic policies. In the past, lie says, Ottawa lias m.'nle all Ilir decisions iiboul siicli lliiiiRS as K'ls nil exports willimil llu: province even beinfi consulted. "We are determined to lie in- volvcd in the in-put of tliese (le- cisions." li-'unn's Allan Jilake- ney lias also spoken out. in favor of'more ronsullation. Iloth men will be aitonding their first fed- L'nd-provincial conference of first ministers. The conference is being called jP IIAL BOMA NEW YORK (APi Re- Jllarks an airplane pilot gets 0[ hearing: ,.Do ,t wMm. -.our cvcn. ,imt, you lakp an llp and it k much llarder .m aj ,am, u js a truck'" a ,w "te, [l'er' f an vou take it kind of slow on this "He careful going into the Our ,boy ls F.lnchcr- more hands than an octopus. "If 1 took out SMJXIO insur- ance and named you the bene- su'- how wouid lhat af' my of commg alne. "Oh. are you ihe pilot, fel- low? I've got a little bursitis in my shoulder. Would you mind carrying my bag out to the "When you over Omaha, wouid you mind dr- cling around it a few times? son Rodney was born there. but he's never seen it from the air.'1 "1 vmi puvs are likc havr a nr twn in even- pori." wc mM (mf, fl[ (hc ;vlndows, gettljlg fl bit stuffy in here" "Stop! Slop. I vc changed mmd- n'c decided I want to go by railway after all.'' BIG FAT YAWNS food on this ls wh-v are >m carrying your own lunch? "Tonight in Calcutta, tomor- row in Rome. The world's get- ting to he just a big fat yawn, isn't "What do you mean you don'I think I should have a J third drink before dinner? Why, I have at three i drinks before I reach for a i cup of coffee every morning." "This is my very first j flight. Please don't hit any big clouds head on." to general economic .situation and inter-government financial arrangements il is ex- pected lo deal mainly with Urn federal government's liun program lo combut winter j unemployment. I Kinance Minister E. J. Benson has said the government has no I additional to announce. Federal informants .say there I arc unlikely to be any subslan- I tial results from Lha talks. How- ever, they do expect strong de- mands for more provincial in- volvement in future. The strongest opposing argu- ir.enls are likely to come frona Prime Minister Trudoau says it would be an unwieldy i process if all 11 governments involved in basic economic 1 decisions. "It's 1 enougli now.'1 !io lias Sources say he has no objec- tion to federal-provincial ma- chinery on economic mallei them through customs for "I want to thank you for a very nice ride, Sonny. Now wait until 1 go through my purse. Oh, yes, there it is. Here, lake this quarter. 1 FltEK WINK NAUBONNK, France fAP) A fountain in the main square flowed with wine donated by wine growers during an annual I war.t' you to keep 'it all for i wine festival Residents yourself." and tourists drcnk for free. Congratulations to the GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT Pliilipp's Painting and Decorating on Their Grand Opening It was our pleasure to do the painting and decorating in the new building. Congratulalions fror Purity Dairy Co-op Ltd. GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT on the Opening of Their Premises bt- our pleasure to supply Ihe now ,-oilouronr wilh all its supplies. GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT Alberta Buscombe Company Restaurant Supply aurer Icllers for sale Paul's Plumbing Would Like to Extend If mid he in Montreal The 4n letters from Hfr In Krnili0. "f Irnrlrr nf HIP (ippn-ition in llmj'--e nf Mr Uuricr wa.s prime minister t'iuni ir.% until 1011. He died m 1 "Tltese are interesting letters for a number of said Bernard Amlmann. the Mont- real book dealer handling the auction. [hey ar" v.-rittcn pieces of literature. Ser- f-nd, they revoal an I ha' many nrMorrnlr, in l-'reni they are Ihe Ictieis that involve the lif" of a Canadian prime minister." Marc la Terrnir. n historian from the University of Alberta, exposed the papers m IW.'i in a presentation tu f anadian Hi.'-iorii'al it.- annual meeting. Mr. la Terreur nave the pub- lic piiutoxlahe enpirs on condition they not be Miov.n to "r bv u ilhoiii the permission of FAST WASH TXNSMUlj'CK, Austria fAP) Fire officials n Tyrolese was wasliing his ear on a s-md bank ulien a d.'im uas opened on the Inn Hiver and the rushing the vehicle Congratulations to ihe GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT on Their Grand Opening II iiox (r> do )h" pluplbi'ig Charlton and Hill would lile to extend Congratulations to Ihe GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT ON THEIR GRAND OPENING We ore pleased to have been able to fabricate and install the complete stain ess steel kitchen for the new restaurant. Congratulations To The GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT on the opening of Lelhbridge's newest outness. M has been OLT pleasure to be the general contractor for the new building. Dorigafti Construction MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15 of the Brand New GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT 1517 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE The- of Iho Golden Bridge Restaurant welcomes everyone to come- in and try ihcir original Chinese food and sleaks TAKE-OUT ORDERS FREE DELIVERY PHONE 328-2525 Open Monday-Wcclnosday 11 a.m. -2 a.m., Thurscltiy-Stilurday 11 n.m.-3 a.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-12 miclnilc ;