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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta s cosvn SONG OF CELEBRATION Girls and young men working for Bangla Desh move- ment sing Bangle Desh national anthem and cheer recognition of the state of Bangla Desh by India at the movement's headquarters in Calcutta. lawsuit dismissed EDMONTON (CP) A S25. 080 lawsuit against the provin cial single men's hostel here was dismissed here by Mr. Jus tice A. M. Dechene cf the Al Supreme Court. The suit was filed by Charles Brown, 55, one of five men v.ho filed actions against hostel in June, 1970. He claim nd his leg was broken when he was cjectec? from the bostel in January. 1970. Tte other fcur men dropped rations. Mr. Justice Dechene said the "injuries" suffered by Mi- Brown were caused by his O'.'-TI condition. He said he believed the evi of four hostel employees testified that Mr. Brown fractured his leg after Is had ejected from the hostel. T.H employees testified that Mr. Brown, after being eject cd. walked hack to kick the door of the hostel. Mr. Brown had testified that his leg v.'as broken when hvo commissionaires heaved h i m through the air to the bottom of the hostel stem. of lIAXIEUKCi, West C-rmanv (AP) British I'rimi- Aii.iislcr K (I w a r d Heath named lota1 the winner of a n-j'.vly-crc ale'd aou.COil-morlt (ric.raiai prize for European statesman- ship. Heath was selected by the I V. S. Foundation of Ilimbun which announced crcaliui of tl prize Monday. The initials of UK foundation arc hrlicved stand for the name of an mous donor. The foundation said Heath had been chosen lor his "excep- tional service toward ti entry of Britain into the Euro pcni community" and fcr h efforts toward the unification of Europe, The prize, the most valuable to bs bestowed in West Gcj many, is tentatively schedule I to be presented to Hcr.lh nc: t month during a consultative a scmbly of the European council in Strasbourg. Heath was the unanimous ,-fl ___, I, 19M THE ItTHMIDGE HERALD 31 Program welcomed reservations 1 i mi (CP) Th? good lim price systems t i i government's new commodities would be a small farms method of assisting 1 UC program was n t with Lea, president of (I 1 ib p which represents about one-half cf Alberta's government I 1 C p 1 ol Lea said in an Turkey ill 1 the opening session of (ll 1 annual convention, Turkey (AP) a will help some Erim, who resigned as l have t 11 'But cur organization is more fcr an income last week, was chosen here lo form a new govern- h President Cevdct Sunsy 1 c said the federal Erim after three days of of at allowing young primarily with enlarge their operations of Turkey's armed farmers to retire Erim resigned Friday incomes, was not 14 cabinet ministers quit as an income the Justice party and 1 1 il conservative politicians C U ada called it an incentive re- 1 were blocking proposed than a loan and said a Lang defends NEB ruling on gas sale (CP) Acting En- ergy Minister Oito Lang de- fended Monday a recent, deci- sion by tlra National Energy Board not to approve applica- tions to export 2.7 trillion cubic feet of natural gas to the United Sates. Mr. Lang, replying in the Commons to Woolliams said the board bad all information be- fore it on gas finds in the Arc- tic. Ths board was correct in Its Decision that the Arctic gas dis- coveries cannot yet constitute established reserves, said the minister. Mr. Lang also noted that none of the applicants for the erport licence "thought it appropriate" to argue that Arctic gas should be considered as established re- serves. The board turned down the export request on grounds that known reserves might lie suffi- cient only to meet Canadian neois in the next quarter-cen- tury. Lougheed in no hurry says Russell CALGARY (CP) Albertans expect few innovative bills during the next sitting of the legislature. Municipal Affairs Minister Dave Russell says. Any changes from the" Pro- gressive Conservative adminis- tration will he "probably more of a stabilizing nature.'1 "Many Albertans who voted for as under the 'Now' platform have to realize it will take at least four years to get the whole program in." Mr. Kusscll told the Calgary Elbow Park Conservative As- sociation the lack of speed is because Premier Peter Lough- ccd wants the results of five trsk forces before policy is de- vised. "The premier docs not to be stampeded into legisla- tion on important questions." Critical issues which need im- mediate change, such as pover- ty amoi'g older people on fixed ii' ui'l Iv dealt with in ti coining .session, Mr. Russell said. T! ST-TO-fTO ST ,vi L il vJ- O- j. j- EVERY M'iTTRESS 1 n S DRASTIC 4LL1 On hundreds of mattresses and foundcsfions rr.acb ex- clusively for Simpsons Soars by Canada's Isciiiug bsc'ding manufacturers. NOTHING HELD BACK Our v.-archouso is bulging, muit mattress and box spring to make way for carloads of new ijimtur daily. PRICES PARED TO THE BONE Kevor so many motlresses bo.-, ucb gigantic savings. Select units from our famous Premium Posture-Mate SGcr.'.- tuxury Sears-O-Pedic, New Camelct end many clhers. SORRY, NO PHOME OKDERS ON LAYAWAY. Hurry in now tor Shnpis Super Savings. 3 DAYS ONLY! Doors open 9 a.m. sharp. Be sure to bo here fcr ihc scicclio STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231. ;