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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g TW IETHMIDCE HflALO Saturday, April Ii, 1970 Greene Sees New Rules For Foreign Investment WASHINGTON' (CP) En- ergy Minister J. J. Greene rays (he "new nationalism" in Can- ada will require "new rules" in tbe handling of foreign trade and foreign capital and that Ca- nadians "are not satisfied" to have "a mere branch-plant economy-" Mr. Greene, here to partici- pate in a conference for corpor- ate executives at Johns Hopkins University, philosophized at a Cold Lake Magistrate Not Trained Says Lawyer EDMONTON (CP) An -Ed- monton lawyer is going to apply to tbe Alberta Supreme Court for a writ of prohibition to pre- vent Magistrate X. W. Hopkins of CoM Lake from bearing a case further because the mag- istrate has DO formal education in lair. Ronald L.- Berger, defense counsel for Henry Picbe, 18, of Grande Centre, in court at Cold Lake said he would apply for the urit on the basis his client could be denied the opportunity to make full answer in his de- fense because of the magis- trate's lack of formal legal edu- cation. Magistrate Hopkins granted Jlr. Berger's request for a one- month adjournment. Piche ap- peared on charges of escaping lawful custody and common sautt. The Crown prosecutor told Magistrate Hopkins Mr. Berg- er's request was considered se- rious and agreed to the adjourn- ment. The Magistrates and Justices Act no specific legal training requirement for mag- istrates. During the last session of the legislature information was in- troduced shoving 26 ol the 55 full and part time magistrates in Alberta are lawyers. Twelve bad some education bey ond the high school level, either university degrees or courses, police or other Lraining while seven had high school or senior matriculation and the education level of 10 magis- trates was listed as unknown. HEARTY APPROVAL A recent poll in Nora-ay showed that in a sample popula- tion n per cent approved ol short skirts. THIS IS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WEEK DID YOU KNOW? That-during HM '69-70 teaton Leibbricfge Chamber of Cemmefca Tht Indian Affairs committee In co-operation with tha local Indian Attain arranged to Dr. David Munroj Assistant Drputy Minister, Indian Af- fairs, ipeaV lo U) at a general meeting bringing ui up to on the thinking behind the "White Paper on Proposed Changei to tha Indian The Taxation eomrnittw writ a brief in. opposition to certain portion! of "While Paper on Proposed Tax Reforms" to the Federal Government. 9 In co-operation with the Provincial Department oF Agri- culture and tha Exhibition Board pul on the annual Fair and Shorl Course, under the tilTe "Agrorama The Electoral District committee prepared a brief pro- posing a division of our city with the Irne to run north and south thus creating an eail-and vfes) zone. This brief was tht only from city to the Commission In charge of hearings and our juggeilJons were fol- lowed. SUPPORT YOUR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BE AN ACTIVE MEMBER! press briefing on changing Ci adJan attitudes. In his he Canadi- ans wanted capital from wher- ever they could get it. Memo- ries of the depression ivid, Canadians "wanted jobs, the American standard of living logical that Canada should look to tbe large and concentrated markets of the U.S. "II is equally logical that the United Stales should look north for fuels and minerals (o help supplement its domestic sup- plies." Until recently it had been as- sumed that Canada and the U.S were going to be "in tbe end roost identical in their makeup." But it now appears "quite clear that Canada is going lo build'on this northern half at the continent a political entity wiuch in fact has a differec appearance from that of the said Greene. "There is a great resurgence of Canadian nationalism, a na- tionalism that is not directec against anyone, or any nation or any people. It is expressed in a determination to build some- thuig different, something uniquely Canadian." This "spirit is manifesting ii self1 in many ways, "iocludini questions concerning f o r e 1 g i control of our economy." Now Available! A Complete Line of Select Quality TREES SHRUBS PERENNIALS A All Going at COMPETITIVE PRICES! Your Ssletllsn Eoriy And Attured of Bet) Choicel FRACHE'S GARDENTERIA 7lh Avenue and 20th Slreet Norlh Phone 327-2768 LARGE PARK Tbe Virgin Islands Nationil Park, en the island of St..Jobo, covers acres. THIS GOOSE REALLY GIVES GOOSE HWS-Bqrrie DOYIS, a photographer for the Toronto Globe and Mail, visited the nesting grounds of Canada geese at the.Toronto Islandi and found more goose eggs than expected. After, snap- ping this picture of a goose guarding its .eggs; he turned around only to receive o fierce peck on the head from the) angry gander. Ah, spring. Gems of Truth: 'RESENTED WXKIT BT PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. LETrlMIDGE Sweet thought. We have a Friend above. Our weary, faltering steps to guide, He follows with His Eye of love The precious ones (or whom' He died. MANY VISITORS About lourists visit UK Virgin Islands National Park each year. VS. ISLAND The largest of the Ulittd Stales Virgin Islands is St Croix, covering E square miles. PROCLAMATION Hire-o-Student Week April 27lh-Moy 2nd Whereas; it is essential that students have summer employment to help further their educa- tional endeavours-l ask all businesses whether large or small to explore every avenue in their organization to provide students with jobs-skilled or or for the entire summer. In keeping with this community-minded theme hereby declare the week of April 27 as "Hire A Student Week." I would ask that you contact the central co- ordinating Canada Manpower Centre for your.summer requirements. A. C. ANDERSON, Mayor City of Lei'nbridge Crossword CLAM BAKET 1 SHevell. 11 Primitive Italian ccmmune, 20W.W. II battle 21 Conclusion, deity. 24 With WA, M-A and 116-A, whjt a welt- known arctla mammal uldltwn tlmt for. 28 Summer In In DIJon. a Vagetable. JO Halt 21 Iron: pref. 12 Raid mip lion. 31 Stlev 35 Sediment Lupncu, 47 PhotoMpv: jbbr. SS Greek 39 Wing., Ljmj. 41 School age. See 24-A. nyed 47 Vitta, ACKOSS See 24-A. 73 Portico. TSStirea. 75 Twitching 77 Ocean: ibbr. 78 la .ground. 48 Non return- 79 Apartment ed cervee. 49 Putting into row: var. 52 Skill. M Big tnt FranKlln. tSTc-th. 57 Die. 58 Maglla 69 "Come on 61 Slow train. 62 Foura, on Dlt( dlala. Juana. Sea eagle. 65Tltli. V.I.P. SOMortlean. 84 Honey. S5J .met, 1944: 86 Bearded. 17 Wild pig, S3 USvCan. canale; rre bert pulp, MTwttdle- dorn'i Mjatlve, 12T14M. 11 Time lent. 14 Nomadle Indian, 11 Ruler. .11 Rout from bed; 17 French frlind: Vomleh 'ngredlenf. W Irith 107 Kli aweelheart. county. 100 Indian t 101Weajwna; 119 Dtnkeira, 117 In 112 that? IIJAdverMir: pliy, iUr. rtrti-, 21 Cirofl fnwrl. (with 23 Inetruct 29 Officlatel it i tea party. 30 Decline; 31 Shoe latchet 32 forte. J4 Symbol of war.' M Hawaiian feaato. If Antag.nlltfc 40Gl medal; abar. 41 Oxford. 42 NCO. 44 Reading, writing ami th.ugMa. 12 Incline. MDewrvt. USItortchm. MFuel. 70 Aunt In Madrid. 71 B.nlf n. 72 Hlftiwayal U Minimum, 73 Dolt Bailn tut 75 Parformtr. 77 Fi 6 Main put IMratum. 7 1 Niter In I African rtrte: ClTPTO.RiMS aoiimo.Ts or.usr TIER'S aaaaa aaa unfin ann Til nn UULJU ttuu LLut HQBHRtl OHnnEII C I'BCf nnnODDUUHUDCU IlliLLLUttt.1 nnannii LLL nan HOOD DttLit Rnnnnnnp OULL-P tun tut kTinnnnn ODCUK tLLiiii. ULL: ll'lt nnnnn nocc LLLIJL lOnd nnDFT nmnnnn iino maunuuuuuuitj tiuutirju nnnDR nr-.t: rmrrr nnnnnn nnninrnrcrrr prn nnnRran rannpp rrrrr pntinra (imnn r-r.rrr- fDRDH UDQDnRPBCtilr tjI-BUE !HHPI annnia nnnrr EUU DDQn GDQCH I.LIH-LI.I UUUUUU UbiLJUIJ flvtU UL.K DUU tlblDU bLLttlt J.CHAP BAMBLC 8WKDXMPWH EXNCFC ItJ CSWBFNBLHNM NBKZEMTAB UWNF. Bj If 2.BOLON NOT AFRAITT COLDS OFT FOBO.LD COATTF ID TAFFT3. BjNiltal W.lfcrr.1 1.GOXKFWCI CQOXKRMD WOT QCM LD FLOKI Urt Wtek'i 1. wrtJers wkeilter rtfrlferaton, U the HTH tf moalerii wi t Mm wko clalaitJ MV aaiirmal, 87 Itirj Mmtt ctnlratrttlrt kite ItM 11 Ii wig be. 1971 ;