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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIPGE HERALD Ftiday, August 27, 1971- Ltd. Canada 1 Il ;lay port group panics ment charge cf i, Tlicv Naturiil tak LvCll report by tbe Edmcnton Ant1 pullulicn Group v.bicb said 111? companies among those pollutants into the North Saskatchewan River in violation ot government stan- dards. A spokesman lor Sborrilt- i Gordon saul: on a ''YYe aro conforming to thp ------I standards set by Ui2 rlepait ineiH of Uie envircnmeiit. are very [lesircus lo co-operate with the government. We're trying lo be a fe'oan citizen m the community." A spokesman for Dow Chem- ical "We am not breaking am rules as far as the Department of the environment is cc-ncem- en. Dow Chemical is working close co-operalicn the government department." CAIUCAS (Uaiil-r) zuela imp'.eir.enled a new Thursday Ibai dcelares all natu- ral yas rc.-oiirccs on its vnsl oil- fields the r-npcriy (if the stale. In his wiikly n e w s confer- ence. llaiacl Caldc'ra announced lha llu law is cl'fec- livc as of Thursday. When Hit' law was proposed four mor.iiis by the prcsi- [fl-iiS' I'll nghls since il look [rcm them the right lo exploit a mineral j RATS BRAVE asset of their oilfields. nlo DE JANEIRO (Reutei) The t'hns'iir.n Democrat Police in the federal capital, ernmcnt of has said the Brasilia, have discovered that law will ci'.cz'.icla lo unusually aggressive rals Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Fry, 71, as Canada's king of swing in the 1930's and the fh't dance bandleader fo play at Uie Canadian National Exhibition. Battle of the signs ploit a new luerame indusln'. Venezuela is planning to chasc Iwo as liqtiifyin_ and a {loci ol t'j carry cify ccurt buildings, gas main'y to lhc L'.S. market. 1 zil Herald reports. which even picked fights with cats have been high on mari- planls jtiana. which was stored in the Uie Bra- HIKING ACROSS DEATH VAUEY Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pochciol of Dallas, Tex., are shown as ihey hiked across Dealh Valley. The Texas couple walked ihe 147 miles across the deserl wasteland in slightly over four days. The 19- year-old Dallas woman is believed to be Ihe first lady lo ever walk across Dealh Valley. CALGARY (CP) The fight for election in lhc city's 13 scats lias been carried into the streets, becoming largely a bat- tle of signs. Where in other elections one sign might have sprouted on a lawn, tins year Ihere are two or three or more. In at least one case, the pen- cilled in "his" and ''hers" on conflicting placards show a household split. Merchants, not wanting to of- fend (heir customers, have pasted the posters of each can- didate for Ihe constituency in windows. Most thoroughfares, particu- larly in Uie residential sections, abound with the two-tone green signs of Social Credit and lira orange and blue colors of Uie Progressive Conservatives. The hand of labor, depicted on the less numerous signs of the smaller hudgeled New Demo- cratic Party, also reaches oul for attention. Some of the pesters have been up since before Uie elec- tion was called in late July and Medicine Hal loan approved OTTAWA (CP) Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. has approved loans fcr the con- struction of 13 houses in Sask- atchewan and Alberta The houses will be built in Yorkton and Swift Current in Saskatchewan and in Medicine Hat, Alia. Value of the loans was not given. have faded in lhc summer .sun. Sonic signs ride lhc si reels as bumper" stickers, window proclamations or merely card- board posters taped lo Hie side of cars and trucks. Candidates have purchased space on bus-slop benches and others have sought support with urgings on the inside and uul- sidc of transit vehicles. ONE SKIKMISfl The more affluent have j cd confidence in billboards and 1 that has caused at least one skirmish between former Aid. llo IXMII running' Foi' Social Credit in Calvary McCall and the I Aid. John Knshner. Mr. Jlo Lein complained the Conservative billboard w ;i s creeled on public property with- out (he required cily permit il occupied (he sptil. Iiis iS'jdal Credit campaign trailer a s asked lo vacate. Tlie wus relocated on Strom lo receive cihi lion OTTAWA fCP) The Cana- dian Jyj 'alixls Association is in- viling Premier Harry Slrom of Alberta lo accept Ihcir first ci- liilion [cv onstanding contribu- llon.s It) lha defence and promo- lioii of a democratic society in IIOM 01 pvivalf piopcrty nearby and Aid. Kuslmcr lo move j to lie least 100 _ yards Sh. "association invited but nut lieloro flurry ol stale- b L here w I to accept His award. ninny voters (hat squab- blc was the hiKli point of I hi- JIis lhc telegram hiKli point of I hi- lhe which also me iifli'5 j ition at (hc June fcdcMj. an ]ahor Ted Takacs. Cows and dogs sensed slide before it tumbled down. Iirovincial conslitttlional con- ference in Victoria to French being declared the second offi- cial language in Canada being given equal slaltis with English. MONTREAL (CP) A herd of cc-vvs and two dags appar- enlly sensed the St. Jean Vian- ney landslide disas'cr three liburs before it happened, inves- tigators revealed in a prelimi- nary report Thursday. The missive earlhi'lide swept through the small lawn 115 miles north of Quebec City May 4, moving 15 million Ions cf earth, swallowing up 40 homes and killing 31 persons. The report was prepared by three investigators led hy Quebec government geologist Jean-Yves Chagnon. The investigators studied lhc terrain and interviewed dozens of area residents for informa- tion on the slide which swept Hirough the town cf as many were preparing for bed. Pitrc a farmer, testified Ibal lie was able lo EKK! his back to their Krczing land at aboiil p.m. llv.; niclil of I lie divaslcr. The slide ccciP'rcd bnurs later 'Tie cows, though usually j (.'odle. tv.-o alterapls l.i I them cut in the field f.o fhst Mr. had lo le.ive llicm in Ili2 rLj.'jvl said. The field was washed away i hy UK slide, report I Two cCbsr disaslcr sir.'vivors [reported their fbe'Tving "arincnirMly" around 7 Tile animals were de- j scribed as bei.ig extremely ncmiiis. One man said his dcg acted the .'..nine as he did during a Ihundcrs'.orm. urges dollar level nuiiiilaiuecl OTTAWA (CP) Conserva- tive Leader Robert Slanfield said today it is imperative that the Canadian dollar be main- tained at a "level reasonably fa- vorable lo our export trade with Lhs United Stales." He termed "highly disturb- ing" ncwr reports and specula- tion that the, Canadian dollar may be revalued at a rate 12 f per cent higher than flic U.S. dollar. A government spokesman said Wednesday that Canada would reject any international pressure for such revaluation at the dollar. Sale-Priced Si Get Firm Support And With aGaimb0F0ugh" Reg. 39" or 54" IVSottress or Box Spring SALE, EACH No Down Payment: Terms Available There's nolhfng m tins world as good fcr your looks and disposiffon as a good night's real. And Simmons is abaul lhr_- best way io go lo ensure your Give yourself a breok and try 'Gainsborough'. 'Gainsborough' offers you plcnly of firm support combined wilh deep quilted foam luxurious comfort. Slrictly deluxe. Mallress fcalurcs 312 coii wilh pre-built borders. Queen Size. 2- Pee. Unit. 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