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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 19.4 iH6 LtiHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Hohol promises to put teeth in labor laws CALGARY (CP) Labor Minister Bert Hohol said Fn day changes are necessary in labor regulations governing the employment of young peo- ple alter midnight 'I have made up my mind, as minister, there will be changes he said in an interview Mr Hohol said he made the Beer prices jump in B.C. VICTORIA (CP) The cost of a case of beer in British Columbia will jump to 35 trom on Monday due to a shortage of beer bottles in the province William Bruce, chairman of the liquor administration branch said today the current 25-cents a case deposit included in the price, refun dable on return of bottles, will be increased to 60 cents The price of A case will con- tinue to be 86 including the old 25 cent deposit, plus 14 cents tax and effective Mon- day another 35 cents for deposit decision as the result of the murder of two 17-year-olds who were employed at service stations after midnight, The minister said it was regrettable that it had to take the death of John Berze of Calgary and Peter Van Erde of Medicine Hat to show that regulations which prohibited the employment of persons under 18 from midnight to 6 am without adult supervision were not working I have asked the chairman of the Board of Industrial Relations to examine these cases and give me the best recommendations Mr Hohol said his office has received a letter from the lawyer representing the fami- ly of the dead Calgary boy The lawyer indicated that legal action would be taken against the company which employed the boy The minister said the tamilv s lawyer will have full co-operation from me the department and the Board of Industrial Relations I Quite an eyeful Attendant Dan Desjardme peers through hole shot in the window of a Van- couver service station by a gunman The gunman was disarmed by a passing mot- orist who stopped when he saw police surrounding the station. Subway Realty 120 C North Mayor Magrath Drive CAROLYN HALLIWELL SUBWAY REALTYis pleased to announce the appointment of Carolyn Halliweil as Sales Representative She invites her many friends and customers to call on her in regards to their Real Estate needs Ford tactics arouse opposition WASHINGTON (CP) Economics experts in the United States are beginning to suggest that the fight against as epitomized by President Ford s series of taking on political overtones Both the president and Con- gress have taken the position that the state of the and the hunt for measures to restore it to above politics Ford has called on the Democrats, as well as his own Republicans, to offer ideas and advice The Democrats, who control Congress have vowed to stay in session and not go off electioneering this fall, as long as they can make progress against inflation But this is an election year All 435 seats in the House of cut out for the sea. Representatives become va- cant this fall along with one- third of the 100 Senate seats While Republican can- didates would like to be able to point with pride to successful presidential anti- inflation measures, the Democrats face a dilemma Their problem basically, will be how to criticize Ford they without appearing to be using a serious economic situation for mere political gam Compounding the problem is the fact that, like the Republicans, the Democrats are far from united on the best method of curbing inflation In any case critics are beginning to draw parallels between the Ford approach and the tactics of former president Richard Nixon Nixon conferred in private with his advisers then an- nounced his various economic policies Ford is conferring with his advisers in many cases the same advisers Nixon used on national television critiCS nav this approach 'economics by consensus Others possibly with grudging admiration say the new demonstrating his concern and using the conferences as a crash course in economics Some experts see little change in some basic economic philosophies from Nixon to Ford The main theme still seems to be budget-cutting and tight money Also Nixon counsell- ed the consumer to spend less and the worker to increase his productivity Ford has made both points his own Meanwhile the Democrats while promising co-operation lobbed tne ball back into ihe president s court Congress will stay in session onlj as long as Ford has pro posals for it to consider And the congressmen don't want to wait until next year for con- crete proposals for turning the economv around Mike Mansfield Montana Democrat wno is majority leader in the Senaie, appeared to be expressing a general feeling when he said Congress cannot act alone on economic problems PECIALS Town House. Canada Fancy 14 fl. oz. tin Empress. Grape Flavored oz. ne! wt. pkg. Cream Snow Star, Assorted Flavors pint ctn. i 49 ALBERTA REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION Presents... An Intermediate Course in REAL ESTATi 25 Evening Lessons Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 25th For details and registration contact Lethbndge Real Estate Board Co-Op Limited 522 6th Street South 328-8838 Kidney Beans Tasfe Tells. Light Bed J4 fl. oz. tin The biggesl bargain in travel today is the twenty-hour ocean voyage along British Columbia s magnificent inside Passage it s one of the highlights of the famous Tolem Circle Adventure You can cSnve the Circle route 1o either Kelsey Bay or Prince Rupert then board 8 C Femes Oueen of Prince Rupert tor a cruise Ihrough some of 1he most beautiful scenery in the world Your car or camper goes with you enjoy fine food and state- room accommodations all the way Send this coupon now 1or on the Totem Circle Adventure and a 0 en of Prince Rupert ferryschedule British Columbia Ferries "terminal Canada The Canadian National Institute for the Blind Cheese Spread QQo LuceniB Prows. wl.jir.Eicli %J Miss E Lovegrove. one of 66 blind people in Lethbndge, is shown here in her home listening to a talking machine provided by The Canadian Insti- tute for the Bl nd The Canadian institute for the Blind is a United Way agency F'om the funds received in ihe 1973 campaign it received Give generously during this year's campaign Sept. 16-Oct. 16 Your United Way contribution helps 14 other agencies in addition to the C.N.LB. United Way contribution! can be mailed to: The Letnbridge United f. 1120 7th Avenue South, Lethbridge, Alberta (Conintutions will be acknowledged by official receipts) Trrtf fin. AssmUd WOTS, 200 Z-Pty th. Tissue roll pkg, Trely Fine. Auortwl, 420 Many More in Store Grocery Specials Effective September Safes In Retail Quantities Only Copyright 1960. Canada Safeway Limited ;