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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Oil Spillage Kills nn Wildlife. Irees SANGUDO (CP) An oil spill on the Paddle Elver, (10 miles northwest of Edmonton, lias killed trees and ducks in the area, a wildlife spokesman caid. Jim Robinson, president of the Fish and Game Assoeia- Loreffa Young Sues CLEVELAND (AP) Ac- tress Loretta Young has won a temporary injunction against the use of old film clips of her in the movie Myra Brecken- ridge. A federal judge here or- dered 20th Century Fox Film Corp. not to run the clips dur- ing a sequence that Miss Young claims depicts unnatural sex acts. A hearing on a perma- nent injunction has been sched- uled for Aug. 14. BIG SASK. LOTTERY SASKATOON (CP) Ticket sales start today for Saskat- chewan's biggest lottery in his- tory, the Lucky Dog Lottery, which has prize money totalling RIPIEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-7626 lion at Wiiitecourt Tuesday said oil and saltwater spills from Tenncco Oil and Minerals Ltd. were responsible for wild' life damage. "Their housekeeping is aw- he said. The oil has been leaking for several years, Mr. Robinson said. It leaks into the ground and then drains into nearby Paddle River. He said the oil well and leak- ing collection battery site should be closed down. This area makes the S'wan Hills oil spill look like a pro- vincial park, he said. The Alberta Oil and Gas Conservation Board was ad- vised of the spillage Thursday md Tenneco began, elean-up operations Friday. A conserva- tion board officer was to re- turn to the site, Vernon Mil- liard, a board member from Calgary, said Tuesday. Mr. Robinson said Tenneco's clean-up consisted of piling sand on the ground where oil rested. "This does not reduce the spills." The only way to stop the damage to the river and wild- life would be to stop the leak- age, he said. Mr. Milliard said he did not believe the situation to be as ierious as some reports had made it. IT'S NOT THE HILTON, and of beds and bunks stretch across the floor of Vancouver's Beatty Street Armory this summer, providing a temporary hostel for travelling youths. After initial opposition from city officials, the hostel organizers have received approval for a sewer hookup to be done ihis week to permit accommodation of up to 85 youths. So far, as many as 300 youths have been using the hostel on some nights. The armory is one of a string across Canada offered as hostels by the federal government. MAYFAIR-VOGUE'S FINAL CLEANUP Reg. Values to 20.00. JACKETS SWEATERS PONCHOS SKIRTS BLOUSES ef Summer Playclothes SHORTS 9' JAMAICAS SLIMS SKIRTS TOPS CLEARING AT The Pont Look For every spot and occasion Pant Dresses from 4.95 Pant Suits from... 9.95 Jump Suits from.. 14.95 Patio Suits from.. 9.95 CLEANUP SWIMWEAR Tup Name Brand Summer See-Sational Reg. to 22.00. to S4M4 Final Cleanup Of SUMMER COATS Group 1 1-35 Group 2 Group 3 19M 24 Group 4 FINAL CLEANUP PRICES ON DRESSES One Group Clearing at Another Group Clearing "5 Cleanup Of MATERNITY WEAR MARIE ANTOINETTE PANTY HOSE Summer Cleanup DRESSES .95 14 .95 CLEARING at "TT to Sims, SHORTS and SKIRTS ALL SALES FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES MAYFAIR VOGUE CLEARING at r. LADIES' WEAR 311 5th Street S. Phone 327-3682 French Students Stranded OTTAWA (CP) -Six French students stranded in 1 ronto without funds or work pe raits are "innocent victims of bit of a spokesm; for Manpower Minister Alia MacEachen said today. The department is considerin laying charges against the "un scrupulous o p e r a t o r s" w" brought them to Canada for t baeco harvesting, the spoke man said. The students say they wer told by the Canadian embass in Paris that work permi would be issued to them whe they arrived in Canada. The spokesman for M MacEachen said that a FrencI man and a travel agency ope ating in Canada combined bring the students to Canada a though they had been warne beforehand that the young pe pie would not be permitted work. There had been no decision c to what to do with the student The spokesman said the d partment is trying to stop th operators from bringing anothe group of students from Franc Canada has a quota system in which other countries are a lowed to send a certain numbe of students for such summe work as tobacco harvesting. Bu le French students are ove their country's quota, th pokesman said. The s t u de n t s entered th Jnited States and crossed inti Canada at Quebec City tw weeks ago on students visitors >ermits. Their permits expire Saturday. Later, the manpower depar ment said the 60 French stu dents in Toronto will be allowe .0 take jobs in Canada. But a second group of 50 stu dents which was to come late las been warned not to arriv n Canada seeking employment If they did they would be refusal admission. But if the came to visit, they would be a lowed vsiitors' permits. Trucking Industry Doomed V A N C 0 U V E R (CP) rucking company manage says unfair competition from th railways at the taxpayer's ex sense could spell doom for th country's long-haul trucking in dustry. Bill Fraser of Millar Brown .Id. said the threat is posed by ong-range plans of CP Rail an Canadian National Railways t iffer piggy-back trailers on a lountrywide basis. "We all like good" clean com said Mr. Brown. "Bu f the railways are going to take ver all highways transporta tion there's no way we are ;oing to survive." He said the railways plan gradually to introduce piggy ack transportation as federa ubsidies, which total lis year, are removed during le next five years. Door-to-door piggy-back reight service would virtually ripe out long-haul truckers, Mr Jrown said. Super Epidemic Of Traffic Accidents EDMONTON (CP) The Al- jerta Safety Council today said here was a "super epidemic" f traffic accidents in June resulted in injuries to more than persons and eath for 50 more. During the month there were "H fatal or injury producing raffic accidents which placed le total number of accidents i Alberta for the first six lonths of 1970 seven per cent head oC last yean During the anuary-Junc periods this year ijuries increased by 14 per :nt and deaths rose by 25 per Dr. Herbert Buchwald, coun- 1 director and a provincial in- ustrial hygienist, said the pub- c still fails to realize the cu- nt of tba traffic accident roblem. idmonton Police Officer Drowns VERNON, B.C. (CP) Lyle longer, a 41 year -old Ed- onion city police constable, owned here while scuba-div- g in the west arrr, of Okana- an Lake. _ Wodnotday, Auguil 5, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIB -IX MEN'S BOYS7 UNDERWEAR Internationally know "Fruit of the Loom" underwear is worn by more men and boys than any other brand. YOUR CHOICE! Men's Athletic Vest or Brief Sizes: S-M-l. (firt 2 In a pack. The Athletic Shirt: TAPERED NECK AND ARMHOLES. BARTACKED SHOULDER SEAMS. FULLY CUT. UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED. 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