Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Barrett may call session to deal with food VICTORIA (CP) rallonallo all health serv- Dave Barrclt sold Monday In the province." k seriously considering Affairs Minister an emergency session of Larimer has been given legislature by mid-October task of preparing a report deal will] "Ibe dramatic increase In food costs and the quickly as possible" On ur- ban transit needs and a review fects on people wilh fixed. all plans for low-cost housing the municipal level through- At his lirst news the province. since being sworn In Friday Minister Lee Nlmsick premier, Mr. Barrett also lo prepare before Ihe spring that a bill on government a review of royalties PREMIER tomobile Insurance and a across the board" on all .Outlines tally new" labor bill will be ready by Iho spring wilh the aim of lyingv royalty payments lo the In addition, tho New Democratic Party government will introduce at the spring of persons employed in a resource industry. Education Minister a bill establisliing an will be asked to give development by Friday to Mr. Barrett also said his boards to outline j jl man cabinet would be policy sa they can u vamped after the spring their budgeting sion, a( which legislation Barrett did not be introduced to change but it was expected this Constitution Act to allow for more than the present limit would include the relaxing of a government ceiling salary increases At that lime, Mr. Barrclt said, lie will give up the portfolio of finance minister, by the former Social Credit government and a return to direct contract negotiations ictwcen teachers and (CP) Defence lawyer John MacPherson said Monday he plans to make appli- he said he took "lo to the attorney genera myself completely with that Calder, minister a judicial inquiry in connec- portfolio, was asked with the death in police Among the cabinet ago to prepare a of'one of his clients. would be a major new responsibility for Highways a guaranteed monthly income for senior citizens. said a coroner's Inquest inlo-tbe death of Jeanlnc L. Mc- Bob Slrachan, a former is lo be ready 29, of Calgary "won't of Hie party. It will be and will be to answer the questions Strachan's responsibility to of a cabinet meeting by the circumstances of lot the auto insurance a.m. that woman's death." through the Calder also will coroner Dr. James PLANS report within one year on Waddell has called Ihe in- pertaining to native The premier also Mr. Calder is an MncPhersou said Ihe n number of reviews of Calder also will be application be made legislation and propose immedialley a he has received the resit] under which it will an autopsy performed on the Health Minister Dennis that all Indians of Miss McKcnzie. will annonnco by the end of for all welfare police report said she diet week the hiring of "an Minister afternoon while suffer- standing consultant in is to refiew all heroin withdrawal symp- health board policies in Ihe two days after she a consultant will lie recogniing that NDP suicide. In deliver to the cabinet generally favors MacPlierson said she one year a report on with him Friday, four before her death, to have sent to hospital because she- Telephone suffering more than heroin withdrawal. He said she told him: "I've been through heroin withdraw- revision before. There is something more wrong this lime." Inspector Art Roberts of city police said she was sent to hos- at Mr. MacPhcrson's re- OTTAWA (CP) The Trans- 1 Ihe rest of the country are but a hospital doctor Canada Telephone her return to jail. tbe sought Monday a revision of long-distance telephone rates, lowering Ihe cost of many brief sell-dialed calls but raising rates for some operator-assisted and intends lo introduce a ons-miruile minimum rale for direct-dialed calls similar to the one-minute minimum in effect in Bell's territory since last year, In place of game -try to turn calls. The systems, which made three- mlnule minimum. Rates will remain ivar application to the be lowered somewhat commission, said Ihe new made over distances (AP) A new par- would take effect Nov. 5, If miles or more but they will he raised on distances game went on sale in Britain you try to win the Bell Telephone rates In Ontario, Quebec and parts o[ Ibe far North are not affected, but rales elsewhere in Canada and between the Bell territory Rates lor calls involving the services of telephone-operator pcrson-to-person calls, and station-to-station calls not dialed directly by llic caller, will ifca of The Pentagon Game is lo acliieve the dombm-tion of Indochina on a squared-off map with counters for four players representing the Americans, the South Vietnamese, Viet Cong and the NorUi HEADY The Trans-Canada You can capture villages, the rate changes are dikes, shuffle civilians lo encourage but you can only bring lo dial their Chinese Communist troops if distance calls directly, United States invades North Lig sophisticated equipment now in use. In communities where Three British university graduates devised the game, which CHICAGO (AP) The final contract was signed Monday for the manufacture and sale equipment is not in use, operator-handled cnlls will bo charged for at Ihe same rate as direct-dial into the shops under the imprint of the Infinity Communications Co. One of the inventors, 23-year- International Harvester construction equipment in said that, undo" the new schedule, a sociologist Kim Cuthbcrl-son, told reporters: "The game The agreement, to run for call from Ottawa biased politically. It re- minimum of 10 years, gives during the day the nasty things everyone Polish manufacturer, lltitn down from the doing." lowa Wola rights to put gether International's line rate of But a one-minute, direct-dial call lo loaders and pipclaycrs. There was no announcement of the dollar value of the mil cost only 93 cents during Ihe day and 30 cents Inle at way up tract, but an five-minute call from (CP) _ Gen Jac- spokesman said it is to Halifax now cosls A. Dextraze of Montreal to increase III sales "by many millions of dollars a (hat rate remain unchanged. The new began his army career as a 21-year-old private wilh Lcs Produclion of the Iff line will ba 00 cents, or Mont-Royal in 1940, Poland is expected to start next late at nighl. Tho late-night reduced the chief of staff at defence hcacxjuartcrs today. Ih3 new plan will be effective from midnight to 8 took over from retiring Gen. Frederick Sharp of Mooso- 'Robbed Sask., in a ceremony attended by acting defence minis- announcement also C. M. Dniry and senior mil- while at simpler form of discounts for evening and late night calls and civilian members ol Ihe department. CALGARY (CP) _ Gen. Dextraze was Thomas Brown, 28, of calls dialed between liis unit with Ihe who left the Calgary and midnight and all of lieuten ant-colonel and (ional inslitute on a day parole and robbed a bank while tho discount off the regular daily rate will be 30 Ihe Distinguished Service Order for gallanlry in lha fight- large, was sentenced Monday lo two years less a Prom midnight to 8 a.m., Hie discount will be half in Northwest Europe. He won a bar to his award He pleaded guilly lo armed robbery in the May 31 holdup (it a Bank of Montreal branch in the northern section rale, with a one-minute maximum charge of 38 cents for any late-night, customer-dialed call. Ifowever, the pursuading a German general to surrender the Dulch town of Gronigen, Gen. Doxlrazc went back lo civilian life after Iho Second which about was taken. He nko admitted being rate will remain for long-distance calls in War but returned tr- uniform in 1050 when. he served in fully at large from May services of an operator until tho Operator-handled served In several senior Judge A. M. Dccbcnc will increase in after Korea, including a posed a six-month no discount will he as chief of staff of the sentence for Iho oifcnco late-hour Nations forces in the being at -------Tueiday, September 17, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGI HWA1D HUNTING VALUES RIGHT ON TARGET Laurona 12 Gauge Shotgun A. 3" magnum, eldo by side shotgun with pad, double trigger, safety catch and oil finished WalnuT tlock. EACH Pump Action Shotgun B. Reminglon Wingmosler 870 Is chamber- ed for 234" shol shells and has double slider for amoolh action, Wolnu) slock. EACH 89.97 CIL Single Shot Shotgun C. Single shol model wilh Beaver- tail forend, pistol grip cap and aulomalic ejector. Avoifable En gaugej of 12, 20 and 410. Cdn. made. 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