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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE UTHBR1DOE HERAID Wctlnoiday, October 4, 1972 overn to tell z. how to end war likely President Nguyen Van Tlueu o[ South "will get every he WASHINGTON' (AP) Sena-1 tor MeGnvcm will an- nounce Tuesday a ylun to end the JmisH'liina war, his cam- paign nick's say. It will part ol an intensive anil-war cam- paign by his supporters during the Columbus wei'keml. McGovevn "will tell America Nvliat Richard Nixon cannot: how a president of the United States can bring ull of our serv- icemen out of Vietnam and back to America." said Law- rence O'Brien, chairman of McGovern's Democratic presi- dential campaign. But Vice-Presidcrit Spiro Ag- _ new hinted that the Nixon ad- your own slash ministration may have some I your own vote peace developments of its own j against the labor penny he wants." added, "Mr. Nixon 11 continue his drunken sailor spending habits ou military overkill and waste." Sargent. Slirivcr, McGovem's running male, appealed for the labor vote hi Columbus, Ohio, telling a labor group: "In every stage in his career Richard lias said no to programs designed to the workers of this country." "Any labor leader v-lw tells yon to vole for Richard Nixon teUing you to vote against >cacc developments of its own against o announce. Tliere are "some he said. President Nixon has not scheduled any campaign ap- things 1 can't relate" con-. coming attempts to settle ttie war, he told reporters in Great Falls, Mont., Tuesday. McGovern, who planned ap- pearances in Buffalo and New York City today, criticized Nixon administration spending policies, saying Nixon is trying to escape responsibility for "the mammoth budget deficit projected for 1973." He said the total deficit dur- ing Nixon's first term may ex- ceed billion and accused the administration of con- ducting a "political con game" in its demands for a S250 billion ceiling on federal spending. pearances this week. Vicc-Pres- ident Agnew campaigned for the ticket in Indiana and Mon- tana. He planned to go today to South Dakota, McGovem's home state, and lo Nebraska. In Great Falls, Agnew praised tlw administration's in- itiatives in farm exports, say- ing they meant "cash in the pockets of American farmers." He had strong criticism in Fort Wayne, Ind., toward some anti-war hecklers, whom he de- nounced as "bleeding hearts" wlm should "stop tearing your own country apart aud recog- Despite the ceiling, he said it j nize your enemy." Ministers suggest environment plan By STEPHEN SCOTT OTTAWA (CP) Deputy ministers from across Canada have agreed to ask their gov- ernments to permit estab- lishment of a national group to formulate an environmental ac- tion plan lor Canada, The group would, if ap- proved, seek to show ways the recommendations passed at the world environment conference in Stockholm in June can be implemented domestically. The agreement of the deputy ministers at a Monday meeting was announced by R. F. Shaw, federal deputy minister of the environment, at a meeting held Tuesday to discuss the Stock- holm conference and Canada's contribution to it, Mr. Shaw emphasized that neither lie nor any of the other deputi h ave responsi- bility in their own provinces for environmental matters had any instructions from their gov- ernments on creation of the group. But he said they did agree to suggest that each provincial government and the federal government appointee "thoughtful, skillful men" to group that would deal with matters that partirulariy inter' est Canada, The deputies agreed that al the Stockholm recommend a tions could not be implemented at once and that their major task would be to establish pri orities and consider available finances. The aim was lo have a report ready in the spring when the irst meetings of a new United Nations environment agency are expected to be held, so that !anada could be in before other countries with a list of prior- ties which would help provide ices for the new agency. He said in an interview he loped the report would reach the public sometime in the .pring, but he doubted there would be time for much public consultation. But he told the meeting envi- ronmentalists must be prepared to risk embarrassment by get- ting an action plan out as soon as possible t then having to make changes after the public had time to digest the propos- als. Meanwhile, a selected group from the public would be brought in for early con- sultations on the action plan. The meeting, made up of so me of the Can acV. an Stock- holm delegation and the com- mittee that helped it in its preparations for the confer- ence, ea rlicr heard Mr. Shaw and Paul Tremblay, deputy ex- ternal affairs minister, say that the Soviet Union probably wi'" agree with the actions of the world conference, even though they did not attend. Conf e rence resolutions and declarations will be discussed at the United Nations General Assembly this month. Undertaker faces charges in unclaimed bodies case TORONTO (CP) Bis-1 ciplinary charges will be laid against a Toronto undertak er under the Embalmers and Fu- neral Directors Act of using in- adequate procedures in the bur- ial of unclaimed bodies, Metro- politan T'prynto council was told Tuesday. Donald Steenson, registrar of the board of administration un- der the act, saici no similar dis- ciplinary action has been taken in Ontario for at least 15 years. He said the charges deal with the material used in the coffins and the way the burial was per- formed, John Anderson, social serv- ices commissioner for Metro, said the charges deal with Type A funerals, for which the cost is equally shared by the provincial and municipal gov- ernments. They provide burial in a one-inch-thick silk-lined pine box with grey covering and without service or flowers. Type A funerals arc usually provided when the deceased has no money and his body is unclaimed. DEMANDS INVESTIGATION Controller Me! Lastman of North York demanded an inves- tigation into buria! practices for unclaimed bodies. He said that in some cases boxes re- sembling orange crates are used, boxes are not nailed flown and bodies are placed throe in one plot. Council was considering an increase in payments to under- takers for the burial of indigent persons. Mr, Anderson said the Type A payment would be increased to including a coffin. He said a Type B funeral, which includes a clergyman, embalming, an automobile and lying in a funeral home, is pro- vided for indigent persons with relatives and friends. Type B payments would be increased to The commissioner said his departm ent has asked all un- dertakers lo advise it when (hoy plan to conduct an un- scheduled burial of an un- claimed body and that a sys- tem of spot checks will be in- troduced to ensure that proper procedures are followed. Car strikes bridge abutment MUNSON CCP) Norris Thomson, 33, of Morrin was killed early Tuesday when the ear he was driving hit a bridge abutment. The accident occurred on a district road about 75 miles northeast of Calgary. Killers executed BANGKOK f AP) Two men found guilty of murder, Iridnap- ping, assault, robbery and hacking off an ear of one of their victims to barbecue for a potion, were executed by a po- lice firing .squad Tuesday in Korat province, 150 miles north I of Bangkok. 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