Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 THP- lETSIBRiDCt HERAID Tuesday, October 5, '.Gavernimnfs health role paying the bills' N.B. voting three bodies tradition j shattered in Ccunrose lake KDMONTON An 01-! many uf our HTVJITS have IK- liiv.ii psychiatrist says the fed- come unrelated to the people eral government should really: they he said in an inter have "only one role in health view Inter. paying the hills. j Many people have the feeling The real decisions regarding that services no longer exist for rare should lie made not fcder- their hone-fit because they have department al RICHIDUCTO, N.B. (CP) The legislature scat that former Liberal premier Louis .1. liobi- of Ottawa, believes held for nearly 19 years j psychiatry rcgionalizalion of hoallh and: was captured by the Progrcs-1 welfare services under ministration at would improve services. The national government CAMROStO ICIM The body- be made known until later this of Mrs. Pui Yung Dong, wee one ad- j sivc Conservatives in a New cal level Brunswick hyelcclion Monday. Omcr Leger, 40, a St. Anthony insurance ageni, defeated Lib- orovinciallv but -it Icval no say in how they operate or in would provide Ihe funds and set cral candidate Omer Cormier, cvch Dr Charles Roberts lold: how they are used, he said. minimum standards to ensure a Sle. Marie farmer to to a joint: of local rcspon-: safe and adequate care in all; smash a volmg tradition that nci'Hig of of sibilily (for health services) is regions. medical colleges ami the single most critical problem But lie also sees an inherent hi-.d kept the riding solidly Lib- 917. No other candi- lakcn by police from Mir- Lakc Monday, less than hours after [he bodies of her two children were found float- ing in the lake. The bodies of Ihe children, found Sunday night by a pas- serby in Ihe lake, within city limits, were sent to Edmonton for autopsies oi the The tv.-o children were Mary Deng. years old, and Don- ald Dong, 71- months old. Camrose is .10 miles south- east of Edmonton. KXI'EN-SIVE I'AIIKING Some garages in New York's midtown area are asking ?85 a Canadian teaching hospitals. at this time." conflict. "We've reached a point where! Dr. Roberts, chairman of the. UK WHO PAYS Locator beacons in planes campaign lo be pressed JASPER (CPi Delegates In the annual meeting of the Mberta Aviftion Council agreed to continue a campaign for mandatory installation of locator beacons in aircraft. beacons emit radio sig- council says mandatory use would save lives and reduce search and rescue costs. Delegates gave approval in principal to a resolution urging the federal government to re- should appoint a senior cabinet move import duties on beacons minister and an advisory coun- "Thc government that sup- plies the financing feels ii has Ihe responsibility. It's hard for I hem lo delegate' the responsi- bility lo the local group. Bui when they do not, the locals get. discouraged and get out." lie said several provinces are looking into this problem, and warned doctors not to be too critical of a proposed bill put j forward in Quebec which would provide such regional services. Dr. Roberts also suggested the federal governm e n L 11 was the first test at the pells for Premier Richard Hat- field, who defeated Mr. Rolii- ehinid in the Ntw Brunswick scneral election last Oct. 2ii to end Id .'.'ears of Liberal rule in the province. Mr. Robichaud. who held the scat since 1932, resigned from politics last spring to become Canadian chairman of the Inter- ional Joint Commission. The victory boosted PC stand- ings in the 58-; eat legislature to and left the Liberals at 25. which assist searchers lo imported from the L'.S. or to on "personal care services" .vncd aircrafl and the MYSTERIOUStY Prias Rodriguez, 56, co'isul general o Char pes of attempted murder and wnunriing against Lila Rand, 45. of Edmonton were dismiss- ed in Alberta Supreme Court here. Mrs. Rand was charged af- fer Robert Grunwald was found shot in a car here earlier this year. He suffered three superficial bullet wounds to the head. Mr. Justice M. K. Manning said there was no evidence to show that Mrs. Rand did the shooting. rests following the police tion. Two dozen riot-equipped pro- vincial police moved into Mont j Laurier earlier after demon- strators used blazing timber and tires to block traffic on the main highway in the area. The roadblock set up by 100 to 150 employees of Soge- for, the forest products division of Quebec's General Invest- ment Corp. The men. protesting against the shutdown this summer of two wood processing mills op- erated by Sogefor at nearby i Lac dcs lies, dumped several j track-loads of timber on High- i way 11 just west of Mont Lau- rier Monday morning and set it afire. The highway links Mont Lau- Her, miles north of Ottawa, with Val d'Or to the northwest and Maniwaki to the southwest. Motorists were forced to detour about SO miles over secondary roads. The buck starts here: 77% to 85% of your dollars buys invest- i ment units, the remainder buys life insurance. Get into a growth situation with built in guarantees: Manulife Investor, a variable insurance plan. Call your nearest Manufacturers Life Representative. WUFACTURERS UFE Soft drink official unhappy CALGARY (CP) The pres- ident of ihe Alberts Soft Drinks Association isn't happy with the Beverage Containers Act, which starts officially next Jan- uary and calls for a two-cent denosit on all soft drink con- tainers. Ken Taylor of Calgary said it's "discriminatory" because Klass and metal containers make up only a small fraction of litter. The association wanted ;i one- year delay in implementing the penalty clause of the act. pass- ed nl, the last sitting of the leg- islature with the Social Credit I party in power. i However, environment Min- j ister nil! Yurko of the Pro- grc-sMve Conservative govern- I menl said Ihe cabinet has Uinr S od doun thn request, i All provisions of the at-1 now arc in force, except for I he penally clause which provides I for fines of up (o for i non rompiiain'e with the dc- posit regnlalions. Tho association a! a nicoling with Mr. Vurko last nionlh pressed for apjilication of the legisl.'ilion to include rontain- 1 ers used by other .segments of j the packaging industry Lciporte stamp I'AWA (CPi A nun mrmorativc s I. a m p honoring Pierre Laporlo, former (Quebec labor minister kidnapped ar.d murdered last, October, is to issued by the Cnnnrl.'t Post Of- fice. 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