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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta (J _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Oclobcr 18, 1971 Pensioners are promised per month VICTORIA (Cl'i Major re- visions to contentious labor laws and a promised a month guaranteed monthly in- come for the elderly were tore- cast Tuesday in the throne speech openhi" a special ses- sion of the 30th British Colum- bia legislature, ttie first under u socialist government. over which it described as Ihc first such scheme in North America. "This program will cost a substantial amount of money, but this wealthy province has the funds available, and it is a matter of some urgency that these funds he put into the hands of our senior citizens as The one-page speech, drafted a right as quickly as by the province's first New the speech _ added. Democratic and read by Lt.-Oov. John Nichol- son. welcomed ttie members to the legislature and listed the 13 pieces of. legislation to be In- troduced during the session. The speecli elaborated only Details of some of the pro- posed legislation was provided by Premier Dave Barrett in a news conference prior to the opening of the session just over a month since the NDP as- sumed office on Sept. 15. The 42-year-old former socia workers said the guaranteed PREMIER BARRETT on Ihe government's much-pub bcized proposal for a month guaranteed annual in- monthly Income plan for the cl come for B.C. residents 05 and I derly was the major o cgislation and would be passed it the session regardless of whether the federal govern- ment agrees to share the cost. He said the plan which will affect about pensioners in B.C., will cost an estimated million to million which is a jump from the govern- ment's original estimate of be- tween million and mil- lion. Asked about the amendments to Ihe Mediation Commission Act, Mr. Barrett said further comment would be provided by Labor Minister William King when the bill is introduced in the house. He would only say that the three-man mediation commis- sion would be eliminated along with Ihc controversial section ta and 19 of the act which1 allowed the B.C. government to order an end to lockouts and strikes and make a commission decision final and binding "in order to protect the public in- terest and welfare." The NDP's initial legislative blueprint for the province is as- sured passage because of (lie party's 38-seat majority in the 5 5-m ember house. Social Credit, which formed the gov- ernment for 20 years prior to its defeat in the Aug. 30 elec- tion, has 10 seats, Liberal five and Conservatives two. Most of the initial NDP pro- grams are cither in response to election promises or rebukes to the previous administration ir the form of repeals of Socia1 Credit legislation. FOOD BUYS YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER 642 13th Street North Phone 328-5742 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES Prices in Effect October 19ih, 21st. z "We invite you to try our meats The Best In Town" "We will cyt our meats to suit your requirements" CHUCK CANADA GRADE A CROSS R8B ROASTS ULYDALE GRADE "A" WHOLE FRESH FRYING CHICKEN' CAMPF1RE SKINLESS SAUSAGE BURNS STEAKETTES cubage Rutabagus A Med, Cooking UniOnS Can. No. 1 .............3 Ib. bac Oranges 1'M GrapeS Red Emperors Ib. ICE CREAM HAPPY TIME 3 pint carton NABOB COFFEE NEW PACK SOUP CAMPBEtlS TOMATO OR VEG. 10 oz. tins for POTATO CHIPS 5SS.-.2 2 fo 89 Mayfair Foods Dairy and Frozen Products jnowbernes Peas Frozo French Fries Baby Roil Cheese 2 Ibs, ga for Ib. 6oz. Margarine ,00 Prune Plums Y.rk 89c Orange Juice 2 98c Q n CreQIH COm Green GiaiH Fancy 01. 'or 70C 1 Qpp Green BeanS Green Giant French 14 for Ketchup E D. Smith Pink Salmon Gow Cake Mix ......1IOI. 29c 1lb. 98c A1I 10o.. 5 1-00 Easy Bisk Robin 53c Candies T.v. AH varieties ..........39 oz, 3 for 98c Bathroom Tissue cashmere..........4 m Pkg. 59c Zee Towels 59c YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER t foods 642 13th Street North lethbridgo Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY ON IARGE ORDERS STORE HOURS: Man., Tucs., Wed., Sal. a.m. till p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. U tiller the latter tategory arc roposcil amendments to obitcco Advertising Ucstratnt ct, 'Die Toliacco Producls Act nd an act to amend Ihc Oov- rnmcnt Liquor Act, which will epcat 1071 legislation banning quor and tobacco advertising. Mr. Barred told reporters nly that the amendments will ako B.C. back to Ilic stage Tier to the 1971 legislation I'hen such liquor advertising HIS prohibited only on radio nid television. He said his tarty would have other propos- tls to moke on this matter ater in the session. The NDP leader has sairt be- orc that he voted for Ihe ad- vertising ban when it was in- roduccd in the 1971 legislative session because tie agreed with Is intent. Now he feels Ihe re- straint has been ineffective, and is therefore a bad law. One of Ihe NDP's campaign promises was to raise the min- imum wage in B.C. to an hour immediately from the cur- rent rate of an hour. Mr. Barrett said the government lias instead opted to increase the rate in stages during an 18- month period. There will be an immediate increase to an hour following passage of the proposed, legisla- tion in the house, lie said, and a further increase to an hour Jan. I, 1974. On Juno 1, 1974, the linal stage will be made raising Ihe wage to TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY SPOUT: World Scries, 6 p.m., Cli. 7. The third game in the World Series will he telecast from Oakland, Calif. SI'OHT: NHL Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 13. The Pittsburgh Penguins meet the Maple Loafs at Toronto. COMEDY DHAMA: p.m., Cll. 13. A TV- movie about a Marine Corps drill instructor and a non-con- .'orming hippie draftee. MUSIC: Lawrence Wclk, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. The allure of the tropics is featured in music and scenery by Lawrence Wclk and his musical family. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Cli. 13. Vir- ginia Graham, actress Cybill Shepherd and humorist liubin Carson are among tonight's guests. MOVIE DRAMA: "The a.m., Ch. T. This is a drama about the rise and fall of a pool hustler. THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "If Tomorrow 1 p.m., Ch. 13. World War II mistreatment of Japanese-Americans set dark mood In this film. COMEDY: Paul l.ynde, p.m., Ch. 13. There's trouble ahead when Paul pretends he's been fired to make his genius son-in-law find a job. ANGLO'S Radio TV listings Leukemia cure 111 sight LONDON fCP) Sir Ronald Bodley Scott, physician to the Queen, says it now is justifiable to speak of the possibility of a cure for acute lymphatic leu- kemia, a form of cancer which particularly afflicts children. Bodley Scott, Gfryear-old sen- ior physician at St. Bartholo- mew's (Bart's) Hospital in Lon- don, referred to the chance of a leukemia cure in the inaugural lecture at a nursing conference here. "It Is justifiable to speak now of the possibility of cure with- out being derided, and I hope that I have been able to con- vince you that a gleam ol light can be discerned where pre- viously darkness he told conference delegates. Bodley Scott, acknowledged expert on the disease, said modern treatment involves Iherapy with a combination of powerful drugs evolved over the years. The attack must be relentless and aggressive. 'There is good reason to be- lieve that if complete remission can be maintained for 120 weeks, relapse is quite ex- ceptional." In 1954, Bodley Scott said, the "median survival" was two it is 35 months Some 200 patients now are known to have survived in gow health for more than five years. ure lilted by the radio and ilatiom. Any variation In program tchedult due to.lait- tnlnule changes by the stations and It not the reipon- libllity of the Herald or Anglo Dlitrlbvtan Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC -k Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Newi Doug Marvini Contemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY Ihru FRIDAY Lee Do'.v 1 :00 Grain Pr Farm News JacK Nereid Che c Trading CalHi Prices F'aul Tester CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rod Whin, Bill Marheson Sporl _ Brenl Seely and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Cord WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY News, VJIhr, Sporl srx Probe World .Tann Walker Request Line John Charles Barry Hegland Ell to! CBC Nev.s News, Wlhr, Sport Phone Bill Shc.v Joan Waferfield Jim Elliot Prota IttO CHEC FM and Gratn John Probe 1220 World at Six British market entry given royal assent LONDON (AP) The Quee gave royal assent Tuesday t British entry into the Europea Common Market, the final ac of a year-long parliamcntar battle that clears the way fo British membership Jan. 1. The Queen's approval wa announced as Parliament re turned from a summer rcccs Ttie Queen left earlier in the day on a visit to Yugoslavia but made the necessary ar- rangements for royal assent be- fore departure. News, Wthr., Sports Hourly WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMasler Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Written In RocX world at Six THiininAY As It Happens THURSDAY Concern Eye Opener [Jews, Sporh, World From the Capitals Opener Five High's a weex This Counlr? Vancouver Radio Noon Art Orchestra Slockmarkel 2'OJ Take it from H Max 3-03 yob Kerr Home Run, BBC Nsv.-S News Free Time Politick World at 6 As I! Happen; See it it's new at ANGLO Model CF 620 SONY Complete stereo cass- ette corder and FM stereo tuner. CF CF 620 are cell a combination of HI-FI slereo tuner and complete stereo easselto tapo recorder. Now you can enjoy recording or playing pre-rfccordecl stereo cassettes, pluj listen to your favourile program! on AM or FM. Features: Highly sensitive luner, solid state amplifier with 15 wotts dynamic power, tape selector, tape pilot light jacks. The CF 610 is housed in a portable enclosure smart black leathcretta lid-integrated speakers. CF 620 is enclosed In handsome wood cabinet plus separate speakers. Complete with 2 F 25 microphones. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and fhotoptapliic Center 419 5lh ST S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" Scoll at Edmonton EDMONTON Funer- al services will be held Thurs- day for Scott of Kdmon- ,011, former provincial supcrln- endcnt of mineral taxation. He died hero at 77. Born in Orillia Ont. Mr. Scott n earlier days took part in stampedes wfcos a jronc rider. Ho served with the mill 21 Hh Battalions and the 8th Canadian Railway Troops dur ing thft First World War. Upon discharge in he returnee ki sou them Al berta and ma r ried the for me r Mary Etta Long In December, 1920. Mr. Scott joined the Alberta civil service in 19HR. He n superintendent of miner; taxation in I MO. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MIGHT Movie: iv. i oie MahM A npnl The HusNer, Lets Moha Deal THURSDAY CJOC News o Hollywocri Squares Secret SJorm '-CO Mike 10'30 Who, Wl.af, Where 3'jO r.irnily AlMir JuKtr's Wihl Today Show As tt.e Wcrid furM 5.31 Newi KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cabtevhion Ch. Tl) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Truih (c) Paul Lynde Show A Greal American 9-W> Jullft Anflre'-vs ihJrrn THURSDAY t.K Id eioo ricwi ro 8'30 Jack Lai-anna l.biQvr Liv Audrey tc> Oirnh's I 9-30 Galloping Gourmet Trirce en a MaTcl Whera Hearl Is Dai_ing__ Gams 1LGO All Children ;