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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta S INI LtTrtimDOi HBUUD AM Legislature To Hear Report On Case Of FiredSatesman RED DEER (CP) AlberU Ombudsman George B. McLel- lan says that be intends to pre- to the legislature bis full report OB the case of an Ed- monton real estate salesman regardless of the findings of a cabinet appointed inquiry into the case. In an address to a local ser- vice club, Mr. McLellan said Albertans can "rest assured" that when the cabinet appoint- ed inquiry has completed its work, all details gathered in the cose by the ombudsman's office wffl be reported to the legislature. Mr. McLellan said the move by the cabinet to appoint a commissioner under the Public Inquiries Act to investigate the case of R. J. Philipzyk does Johnson Comment Deleted WASHINGTON launch Ottawa's fourth annual For Million. 40 march. External Affolri Minister Mitchell Sharp, in checked coot and turhVneck, accompanies the eral. Auto Firms Finish In The Black For ruggtd Indian Moccasins A. mon-siza comfort caiual Cheytrmt leather and camper construction. Turned down fringe co'lar. Tan. Slzmi o (Full PAH DETROIT (AP) General i and Motors and Ford Motor Co. both reported Monday that first- quarter and profits were off this year. They finished the three months in the black in contrast to Chrysler Corp, whfcu tat m the pe- riod. General Motors, pact of the auto industry, said the de- creaaei B its sales and profit picture "reflected the genera] stowing down of the U.S. econ- omy which began late in 1969 confoued thrown the firs jg, ff 1J70 CAR, TRUCK SALES DIP Ford, as Chrysler did laet week, said its drop in sales vol- ome reflected a decline in car and truck sale In the North American market. Ford Mid "profits also canto- ned to be adversely affected by hvreasing costs of labor so) materials." Chrysler, first of the mto firms to report its first-quarter operations, .said last week it North American sales of cars and trucks, exclusive of impor from abroad, were down IS per cent in the January-Marc quarter this year with 1969 figures. Ford pointed out that the 4p its North American sale "was barely offset by increaa sales of Ford cars and trucks Rockefeller Retires As Harlem Block Worker and it solicited jeneral Electric and from the New Yttt jon Society and the New York Trust for its work. Larry lived in a enement. He is leaving to work n conservation because be bt- ieves the block aad its corpora- "ion can stood on its own. wtich tratnc block workers, be expected to make his block an "extranety differ- xt place" in three yean. Bu xcks. of hit youth cconeil lead- ers became a joakie, city tfttt- cies were filled with red tipe ind a chKka Crancbix he m he block eorporationhat planned to raise funds and en ploy welfare mothers !e! through. On the other band, t par opened Sunday where there once wax rabubMiBed tot an there' a library in t once- vacant store. There's a class room building, a tutor ing program, a too centre ssA pit HfIBKI! with a full-time teacher. Larry )omed VET A to the fan of 1966 and, moved into t pre- dominantly btock aid Puert Ricao Mock 0} Hariem. The 12Ut Block Corp. WM.lamed Elected IPI Chairman MONTREAL (CP) N. E. Crump was re-elected ckainMsi of Cacadian Pacific lateat- menis Ltd. at the meet- ing here. He was also elect- ed chief executive officer. Also re-elected were Dad Roblin, president; Ian D. Sin- clair, vice-president; H. H. Pickard, executive dent and G. J. van der Berg, vice-jjrtsident, investments. Mr. Crutrp, Mr. RobliB, Mr. Sinclair, W. A. Arbuckle add A. M. Campbell were reflected to the executive committee and continue to serve direc- tors. Other re-eiected CPI directors are Robert Hendricks, 5. E. Kaon, Mr. Piciard and Mr. raa der Berg. SYSTEM SURVIVES The Incas' unique paten of recording numbers with knfltttj strings survives today In ptrti of Peru and Eohvia. Toyota Recalls Models For Defects TOKYO (AP) Toyota Motor CD. said today H is recalling can and trucks because they have defective gasoline tflrtfr sod gasckce filter hoses. The company said about of the defective vehicles were shipped overseas. Eighty per cent of die vehicles were pro- duced after February, and rcost of these sett abroad probably have not been delivered to cus- tomers, Toyota laid. Affected by the recall win be passenger cars, small trucks and sports manufactured last AugusfT the company said. 6.97 Air Pollution To Warm Earth WASHINGTON (AP) Air pollution will set off a cata- strophic wanning of the earth within 200 years unless man checks his plunge toward an ov- a-populated, industralized plan- et, a government weather sci- entist said today. The release of increasing quantities of carbon dioxide and thermal pollution into the at- mosphere threatens to change global weather' and melt the Antarctic. Ice cap, flooding wide areas, Dr. J. Murray Mitchell Jr. said. He said man may begin to no- tice the change by the end of this century. Mitchell gift his forecast in an interview outlining remarks planned for the American Geo- physical Union's annual meet- ing. for matt Squaw Moccasins 4. B. Fringed collar moccasins and comfortable. Soft Tru-Moc1 form. All icrfl leo- construcllon. Tan. Sizes: 5 to 9 (full FAIR In girls' A HI 9 to 3. 1.1 I And hii Bravtt Boys' Moccasins C. Dctignffcf for trit active boy. moccaiTn with new heavyweight relan leather Oil Ton Brown. Sizes? I to 5 (full fAlK with foam MI iuii orown, 4.97 Men's Moccasins D. Brown oil tan leather moc- caiin rugged and ready for on-the-go mole. Compo- sition foam with brown raw- hide lace. Oil Tan Brown, STzejt 6 to 12 {full PAIR i an Brown, 4.97 Liberal Party Has New Paper OTTAWA (CP) A new Lib- eral party ba published once every two its first appear- ance Friday. The eight-page tabloid, to be distributed by provincial partv organizations, will cany four pages of copy on national is- sues. The (irst issue will include a column by Prime Minister Tru- deau, another column by a Bri- tish Columbia university teacher and several stones about the white paper on taxa- tion. Provincial organizations will be responsible for editorial con- tent in their own regions. The newspaper will carry pro- vincial Alberta, for instance, it will be knowi as The Alberta Liberal, and in On- tario, the Ontario Liberal. In Quebec it will be The Canadian Liberal. J Daily a.m. i p.m.) WtJnwAry 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.j TnuiKKor pnd Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive PLAN NEWS AGENCY LAGOS (Reuters) -Nigeria announced Monday plans to es- tablish a national news agency, improve broadcastig facilities expand federal inform alien services. Chief Anthony Ena. hero, minister o( inTormalion, said the government has voted Nigerian for eeded Here! AND GUARANTEED TO GROW Queen's Brand 2-year field grown roses, pruned and ready to plant. Many to choose from: Red, Pink, Yeljow, Two-ton- ed or White Hybrid Teas. Red, Pink, or Yel- low Floribundas, Red, Pink, Yellow: of While climbers, Red or Pink Rugosas. Orders Token For Clematis VINES In purple, White, or blut ONLY ALSO AVAILABLE AT WOOLWOKTH'S Heyer No, 12 Nanking Cherry Double Pink Frart Plum Ftowtrlng Crib Pink Ft. 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