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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta questions Liberal Parly fund-raising from firms lly PAUL JACKSON Herald Ottawa Ilurcnu OTTAWA A mystery list ot 95 major Canadian corporations is floating mound parliament hill today. And some people ore wonder- ing if it could be the contro- versial list of elite corporations which have reportedly support- ed the federal Liberal party throughout the years. lint no one is saying. Not even New Democratic I'nrLy MP Ed Bioadbent who has hnd the list printed as part of a question asked on the House of Commons order papcr. Mr. Broadlicnl, MP for Osh- WliHby, wauls to know any of the companies were given financial assistance by various government depart- ments between 19GS and His request for information immediately brought lo mind o number of recent battles in Lhc Home of Commons with some Progressive Conservative MPs suggesting the possibility of pa- (ronago by Regional Econo- mic Expansion Minister Jean Marchand's department. Mr, Marchand, a prominent campaign organizer for the Lib- eral party in Quebec, has de- You Can Help Your Child at Home lo Succeed In Schooll rnGy hav" i ffi i wealth un- laid: Caskets of jewed and -...._ cofFer, of LU gold. len Isaacson Rithor than 1 you ou couldn't find a bcUcr lo talk lo th.in Ihc Man from STanufaclureT.i, MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANCF, COMPANY 402 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. (E. Phone: 327-5514 328-4051 A. ED BRUNNER Supervisor uiincsi and Pcfs Eiinla Plnoning Plejsc lend me, without a free copy o( 1he booklet: "Annuities... tlic key (a fl Boldcn forcwl Hie Hal! fnmily Lo emigrate to Canada. "We came here for tho children, I Mr. Hal! said in an interview as he tolri why he, his wife, Ann, and Janice and Fiona. 5, loft sU-ife-lorn Ulslcr Ixhind tlicm. "Wo don't want them to grow up learning to hale." Hie Halls are ProlesUnts but Catholics were among Lhe friends ivlio saw thcni leave Belfast last Friday. STAY WITH RELATIVES Mr. Hall, 41, and the fam- ily are staying with rela- tives in FJrnmalea, on To- ronto's western outskirts, unlil he finds a job. "ft pot so we wore afraid to he said. "It started downlown but then fh spread. When a car hlcw up and tilled four people at the bot- tom of our street last sum- mer, we knew it was getting too close." He was a carpenter work- ing for tbe British army but "jt was too dangerous." "If Ihc IRA found out, 1 don't know what would have knock on our door perhaps followed by a shooting." The outlawed Irish Repub- lican Army has clnimcd re- sponsibility for much of Iho terrorism In Northern Ire- land. Six killed in blasts BniDGEWATER. Mass. (API Six peuons were killed and 11 persons injured Thursday when a chain-reaction of explosions followed by fire ripped t h r o u gb tbe wooden biuldings of a fireworks manu- facturing company, authorities said. Dcnuly Fire Chief. Arthur Joyce said six bodies were fovind the rubble of the Wasted buildings al tlio Inler- stalc Pyrotechnics Corp. plant, which was erroneously identi- fied earlier ,n.s a munitions plmif. .Slate police said one building. a powder magazine, was left standing of six lo 10 buildings al the sile. Cause of the explosions was llol immediately Fewer courses lo be offerer! nl university CALGARY _ The Uni- versily of Calgary will offer about five per cent fewer courses in 1072-73 than were available in (he current fcliool year, says acting ac.idcmic vice president Dr. F. A. Camp- bell. Tile university usually makes available alwut 75 per cent of tbe Ihnl it has design- ed bul next year (his will dip to 711 per cent. Tlw cnl.s are the result of a smaller hudgcl wbirh has nee- essilalrd a reduced academic staff. Dr. i.ampbell said teaching loads will bo, increased so as many courses as possible can bo offered. April 3 to April 8 On Lccatien en Our Lot Featuring On Display First Time Ever Offered! THE ALL NEW 1972 18' AQUARIUS Standard equipment includes power sfecnng, power brakes, 350 Chevrolet engine and 3 ipocd automatic Beautifully finished and self contained. THE ALL NEW 1972 EMPRESS, EMPEROR, AQUARIUS Fealuring sizes 18' to 27' First Time Ever Offered! THE ALL NEW 1972 AQUARiUS ECONOMY PRICED Standard equipment incfudns V-B engine, automatic, power steering, power brakes, ice box, hot porti-polly and 2 floor plans to chooso from. THE ALL NEW 1972 10 versatile models to choose from. The compact 16 foot model and a variety of luxury models up to 2b feet to meet your individual needs. THE ALL NEW 1972 VcrsotifJIy, rnlinbifhy, sfyfo, convenience, oil at a I practical price. The ideal recreational vehicle avafl- able m 8, I01i and 1 foot models with or with- out truck, "Division Of Haico Manufacturing" Couffs Highway Phone 327-3165 Lefhbridge ;