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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, 12, 1974-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-31 Ontario seeking inflation talks TORONTO (CP) Ontario will try to recruit support from the other provinces dur- ing the 15th annual premiers' conference this week to press the federal government into calling a national summit conference on inflation, a government spokesman said Wednesday Gordon Walker, parliamen- tary assistant to the minister of health, who was filling in for Premier William Davis in an address to the Pembroke Kiwams Club, said Ontario wants inflation to be debated as a national conference which would be attended by representatives of government, the business community and labor From Ontario's point of view, a conference would be only a preliminary step to its ultimate goal of creation of a national economic policy for Canada, Mr Walker said He said Mr Davis, Bus driver died for lack of seat belt VANCOUVER (CP) The driver of a Greyhound bus that crashed Aug 6 near Chilliwack, B C might have been alive today if he had worn a seat belt, a coroner's jury found at an inquest Wednesday The jury ruled that the driver, John Lockwood, 27, died as a result of drowning when his bus travelling in the slow westbound lane of Highway 401 crashed and end- ed up on its side in Atchelitz Creek Mr Lockwood was thrown through the windshield and was likely unconscious when he landed in the water the jury found The crash caused main- ly minor injuries to 43 of the 47 bus passengers The jury recommended seat belts for all seats in a bus, including the driver's, and that all passengers have a proper seat Evidence was given that one passenger was seated on the steps inside the doorway conference host, hopes that the groundwork for a wealth- sharing strategy will be laid in the conference talks this week owing on statue MONTREAL (CP) After 14 years under wraps, a bronze statue of Paul Sauve, Quebec premier in 1959, was unveiled Wednesday by its sculptor Louis Parent The statue was commission- ed for shortly after the Union Nationale premier died in January, 1960 So far only 000 has been paid and Mr Parent fears the contract will not be fulfilled If I don't get my money, I'll have it melted down and sell it for bronze he said The life-size monument, on display in an automobile showroom, has bronze value of about Mr Parent said There is some controversy as to who must pay the remaining Herbert O'Connell, 74, who signed the contract commis- sioning the statue, said a group of businessmen decided to have the statue made He said the statue now is the responsibility of the Sauve family But Pierre Sauve, the late premier's son, does not wholly agree "Mr O'Connell gave me his rights to the statue, but not his obligations to pay for Mr. Sauve said Originally the statue was in- tended for the parish church m nearby St Eustache, but a new priest decided a political statue would not be at home on church property Canada said supporting Chile dictatorship TORONTO (CP) A Cana- dian churchman accused the federal government Wednes- day of supporting Chile's military dictatorship Rev John Zimmerman, who represents the Inter-Church Ad Hoc Committee on Chilean Refugees, said Canada rushed to support the military junta that overthrew President Salvador Allende last September. Addressing a public meeting at the University of Toronto on the first anniversary of the coup, Mr Zimmerman said Canada favored the Inter- national Monetary Fund's ex- tending of million credit to Chile, and also two loans total- ling million from the InlerAmerican Development Bank "Such loans tend to strengthen the hand of the junta and the privileged rich of that country, and we know the wealth is not trickling down." he said Specialists in all types of Engines ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING WISCONSIN ENGINE and Service Centre CUSTOM ENGINE ft PARTS LTD. 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