Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
30 THE LEIHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Scplcnibo 30. 1970-------------...... Cabinet Puts Finishing Touches To General Policy Statement A ROYAL WHIRLYBIRD Prince Charles, heir lo llie British throne, trie' o tiny, single-seat gyroplane for size during o visil ID an air show al Farnborough, England, The tiny Campbell Cricket was designed for survey work, police spotting or jusl fun. The company lhat makes the crafl soys it has sold 42 for nearly S4.000 apiece. OTTAWA (CT) The cabinet is expected to pul the finishing louclics this week Lo its general policy statement, the throne speech, to be presented to Par- liament soon after the Commons reconvenes Monday. Out before [lie new session of Parliament begins, with Ihe I In-one speech as a starter, there will be llie old session lo finish off. The government wants to clean up some odds-and-ends from the old session before it begi-s llie new and the number of these depends on negotia- lions, still lo be held, with the opposition parlies, informants Tuesday old session is likely to end quickly Tuesday or drag on a bit to perhaps the following Tuesday, Oct. 13, depending on how much legislation govern- ment and opposition agree lo pass. Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson has sought fast passage of his bill establishing national ___ "___'________! marketing agencies for farm Labor Takes Stand products. But the Conservatives say there is no way this bill can get through quickly without amend- ments. Government sources indicated Wash. ICP> Brotherhood o( Electrical Work divorced from all contacts with i that the administration will not The Canadian Labor Congress will oppose any attempts to alter the international structure of North American unions with all the strength it can com- mand, Executive Vice-President Joseph Morris said Tuesday. Mr Morris was speaking at a _ convention of the International j the Canadian labor movement other national labor movements to cut out benefits such as mu- tual assistance in times of strikes, lie said. Meanwhile the industrial trend towards world-wide con- unilV he said. sodiums and conglomerates ney would also like in see was enabling management to "M a n a g'e m e n t ano' their friends would naturally like .to see the union movement in Can- ada sectionalized and broken down into the smallest possible Man Cleared In Breath Canada, U.S. Proposals Discussed At Aviation Meet MONTREAL ICP) Dele- gates from 27 countries met Tuesday to discuss the latest proposals by Canada and the United States to deter unlawful hilarference with civil aviation. Among the countries repre- sented at the council of the in- ternational Civil Aviation Or- ganization were the United Slates, Canada, Egypt, Lebanon and Tunisia. Delegates from Is- rael and the United Nations sat m as observers. .lames F, Beggs. iinder-secre- from another country. Or they I may simply close out all their operations in an entire coun- United reiterated the oppose al] tbe play the workers of one country I off against the workers of nn-1 J[ CSt other. "This structure will make it i possible for them to ride out! OTTAWA (CP.) A man has strikes in one country and meet I been cleared in provincial court their international market needs j of a charge of refusing to take a tarv of transportation in the ITni'lM Sintps reiterated the U.S. proposal. The proposal calls for a multi- lateral agreement by which all 119 member countries of the ICAO general assembly would suspend air services to any country holding an aircraft or its passengers lor the pur of international blackmail. NEED JOINT ACTION j strength we can command any efforts to impose changes on the present structure." breath analysis test on grounds that he was nol in "care and control" of the car in which he was found. I Gerard Sauve, 30, was j charged by police In Vanier, a city within the limits of Ottawa, with being impaired and with be terribly upset if it has lo re-introduce llie marketing bill in the new session. Some Liberal nil's say Ihey believe the government is pre- pared lo amend the bill lo gel over objections by Conscrv- alives lhat there is no appeal to agency decisions and lhal .prov- inces could opt out of national boards and set up interprovin- cial trade barriers. EXPECT URBAN POLICY The throne speech, written by the cabinet and to be delivered by Governor-General Roland Michener, is expected lo make pronouncements on such major subjects as social security and a federal department of urban af. fairs. The government is preparing a white paper on social welfare which may j-ecommend a cra- dle-to-grave security system called the guaranteed annual in- come. On urban affairs, many Lib- eral MPs as well as tile opposi- tion are urging the government to overcome the constitutional problem and get more involved in city problems. Draft legislation on changes in the personal and corporation income tax system is expected to be ready by March or April. A major topic of Commons dbeate is expected to be energy policy as related to the United States market along with the cor 'panion topic of foriegn own- ership. Revenue Minister Herb Gray is in charge of preparation of a document 03 foreign ownership. Other subjects likely to be mentioned in the throne speech concern Conservatives plan to make this a prime in the Criminal Code on arrest and bail, amendments to Ihe Bank ruptcy Act, farm machinery prices, drug abuse, exclusive Canadian fishing zones, aid for agriculture and the tight against regional economic disparities. There is also the tender sub- ject of MPs1 salaries. A special non-MP committee has been looking at this subject for sev- eral months Swedes Offer Help To UN Peace Force STOCKHOLM (Italic-re) Defence Minisler Sven Anders- son wus quoted by the Swedish army newspaper here a s saying that Sweden is prepared to contribute troops to any United Nations peacekeeping force set up in Vietnam. He said discussions about such a force are under way. THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE LETHBRIGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Cordially Invites THE GENERAL PUBLIC To The OFFICIAL OPENING CEREMONIES BY THE HONOURABLE ROBERT C. CLARK Minister of Education of the Province of Alberta of the ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, SHOP AND OTHER FACILITIES Thursday, October 1, 1970 At p.m. CONDUCTED TOURS FROM P.M. REFRESHMENTS TO P.M. only would inLernatirma] j refusing to take the breath test units continue, they would ex-1 alter being found slumped over pand. claimed thai Ca- passengers lor the purposes governments, both fed a erai provincial, are "on the verge of bringing in new Mr Beggs said that il was i legislation which will make it only through joint action that I increasingly difficult lo organize such a measure would be effec-1 and bargain successfully." He said that the U.S. proposal '.was in no way a judgment f, -I i against the countries involved in I BANGKOK (AP) The UN l.llO.seil the recent hijacking in the Mid-j Division of Narcotic Drugs in I Geneva will send a fr e-member team to Thailand this week tu draw up a plan of narcotics con- trol. UN information officials reported Monday. The United Nations in sending the learn at the invitation of the Thai gov- ernment, which is concerned about growing traffic in mor- phine and heroin and an in- crease in addiction. The drugs are made from the opium j die East." The delegate lor Egypt in his reply said thai suspension of air sendees would cause political PA'SAE :A. Calif fAP.i i unrest in his country. Evangelist Billy Graham has been chosen as the first clergy- man to be grand marshal of the Tournament of Roses parade in this Los Angeles suburb. His selection to head Ihe 1971 New Year's Day event before the Rose Bowl football game, was announced here. Egypt condemned the forms of interference with civil avia- tion and had taken rigid steps to enforce security af its airports. He said ICAO is a technical organization and it should be the responsibility of the United Nations, not ICAO, to discuss I the proposal of sanctions. the wheel of an automobile. Keys were in the ignition and the engine was running. Defence counsel Gordon Kil-' leen argued that Mr. Sauve was not obligated to take the last because he was not in care and control of the car when ar- rested. 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