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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 ITTHBSIDC-E HERA'.D Dtttmbsr 1. News in brief GM cur prices jacked up OSii-V.VA. C-.i. CP' Gen- r-u-ce-J Fridiy rr.L-fcj a- car; arA ty in oi SM or said t'r.e b- reilecis cor-s to rr.tet safety and standards. Tr-e parent company. Motors Corp earlier a-iEOU-iced price jumns in the Inked States av- eragiiz ?J4 per uriL cr a 12- L-crease. Spacemen sharpen skills CAPE Fla. fAP- ctuld ce'ay the launch A.c.-7'i ;T Harrison scheduled for WedMsday night. Schrai'.t a fast ict. His Apollo cre'.v ma'.K. F.u- F'.orCE IC'iav EJ leial rj-i Evar.s. r.-ouvres i.i effort to make Tiis'n'.s Li the Receive? vote of confidence P.EG1NA o-.-.-t sm- art's leadership c: ;re Liberal vsi Friday by "lie -as" elected .n2 Pretrjer w h o died soon after the Liberals lost tr> the New Democratic Parry Eer.cra! election Li June. Mr. Thatcher had bees rrerrJer j water export planned r I 0 trom and Frairie area WINNIPEG 'CD A Four-, natural More II enters r vilhin an. Manitoba i year study of the Saskatchcw-: Saskatchewan. which may then j Is entitled to use what Is left. an and Nelson river basins says use 50 per cent or the remainder the three Prairie Provinces plus hall the added flow arising j no1, now use all lha water to----------------------------------------- they are legally entitled and still have acceptable flows 1-e I ctlM KO The board's studies showed that though water reg- ulation facililic-s could be used to increased minimum water Hows, most points would regis- ter beiow present II tho I three provinces their legal entitlement. j The board drew up a number i of computerized models which I would aad would not leave a standard after-use flow of 75 in low-water or droughl years. JJ The report o! the Saskaiebew- j an-Nelson Basin Board, an 11-; Statenieilt volume study costing W.7 mil-1 lion, waa presented Friday to Che prairie resource ministers aixi Federal Environmental j minister Jack I EDMONTON (CP) A state- j per cent of the annual average. It was termed "one side of ment that failure by Canada's I One which exceeded this fig- the coin" by Mr. Davis who two national railways to provide ure involved eight new reser- stressed that the study's ob- a two-per-cent pension could re- volra and Five new diversions jective vra-s only to study the suit in a national work stop- wiUiirj the basin arxl two diver- availability of water and hw page by employees was called sic-ns from outside, Invoking to corcerve or augment it. irresponsible by a railway union the Peace Athabasca ar.d Another would be need-; official. j Churchiil River systems. It ed of future water-use demand Clements o above 5 to 1.5 zero. 5 belov? to ;o day or Sars-Lrrl-.-jia Five died British CoiiW.Wa- v.hile ar.d yt-v: a W.s! of V, in (hs re.F.r.-day Tx-c. I 7 scornsii I.EAGLT. 3 "alkij-k o " 2 PsrJcV: r, 1 Wh'.-s-sLl 0 Psr-sr.-rs 0 Kesrts 1 St. Jol-Tjt-vr.e Av: c i Oitnfi Infill make. null boii: j-s EELF.AST Ottawa bungling rapped a result of i'-> cor.cep'io-o, not OTTA7TA fCPl 1 SurJieM sha.K-.efjl said ar.-i Friday it is for sr.d il i 'j> RoUrt o hiiiree by for the in U'.e charges Friday vL eir.t3.sive costs ASTRO REALTY. ALICE HAHM 327-3703 BERGES 357.0.-101 HAie, Ph. 3JS-774J JOHN 322-6523 COUTTI .Tint take of incorr-p '.0 de by during trr; elation campaign, NTr. sa.d. ;-.iA high lif. tysterr. preparing for snap vote s st'irxl on prove to U- Baby drives car t--j- r 'ry- COLEMAN COLLIERIES LTD. Cost Accountant We ore o coal mining company Iwaled in the Pan In Scuth-Weitern AlberTa and a vonccny In our occtonting deaartmenr a coif aeccuntont. Principal dutrei: Prtparaiion of weekly operoting ontf rr.onlh- ly reporti. Arolyifi of and ipecial Aiviitmg in Budget and Financial Statement preparation. I T'r.ii posilion licion operating senicr management personnel in order to betler supply meaningful operating eoil Preference be given to opplicanli currently enrolled in C.G.A. or R.I.A. Account- ing Courier. and q u o 11 f C o 1 i c n t. f n' 11 d u p p f I c a n J i apply, v.-i'h ccrnpfcfe lo E. J fcoehon, Ccltman Col- Ud 640, CaUrnan, AlUho, 562.2341. MILLER HEAVY DUTY CHOPP hcr.d'e full size bolet SEE IT OH DISPLAY NOTICE fcr mortthi of December and will :Iose ot 5 p.m. Monday t'nru Friday and at 12 noon FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 323-1 HI OFFICIAL AS OF A..M TODAY COLT.TF-SY OP AMA high'Aiys in the i t h lightl Ir, Bsnff, covertil. sr.ov, tire- d' iy Bsr.ff-GlMCT. Etllddr-ri for rotV. Cau'.ion plo-AWl and 55 ,r, p; v.hrr, p; ftriy >.'.t-. Lory in kr Inrff rflir.r.-'J vkibii.ty. ir Banff ar.'l Ji. 2, to Slave- OF F.NTP.V 'Opening s.-.rt Cs.-v-i-. -v .r, ro r, rc rJ'-' Ko .v. p, f Sam ir, r, r, rr. P. r f'.yiffrl.- Kin-, ir, Cr.i'f V'.-jr.tai g a.m. to p.m. ;