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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Vermonters threaten legal battle over Lake Champlain pollution Boys lose (he second Ticoiuleroga? The Vermonters won tile first skirmish in 1775. Today, Ver- touls rynulTid dcHiMnio the! ignale agency, assured prome Court after Dec. 15 if LCnui d iniuai e....... Ihni-P is no isfac orv SfitUp narrow end ofthe lake. Vermont's senior Senator arrow en oe a. The sludge cover. .100 acre, of j George p. Ajken .that an ord there is no satisfactory settle ment of the issue. In the background of the dJb skirmish in 1775. Today, Vcr- ilre shallow lake bottom. Partly before he ws pule, Vermonters say, is too montcrs threaten a legal battle organic _wood fibre. boils and J m g before the United States Su- preme Court over the same is- Champlain. Ethan Allen's rag-tag band of 80 woodsmen and farmers sur- prised the British garrison sleeping behind the ramparts of Forl ficondcroga nearly 200 years ago. No longer vital as the wilder- ness gateway to Canada. 100- stinks like a witch's cauldron in the summer, consuming the ox- ygen of the lake as it decays. For nearly half a century the International Paper Co. mill has dumped refuse into Ticomleroga Creek. It flows a half mile fur-1 (her lo empty into Lake Cham- plain. Last week, Vermont officials were thwarted by the U.S. waller o IIILKUI M-.J j fired, setting Dec. 15 as a dead- j fear on the part of company of- line for New York to file a plan ficials that if they are forced to to eliminate the sludge bed. clean up the Ticonderoga area a "still stands." I leSa! precedent will be set for New York is expected to ask j possible action against them at for an extension of lime for fur-, other paper mills they operate (her study. in lhe United States and Can- Vermont Attorney-General i ada. mile Lake Champlain, which j Army Corps of Engineers when forms Vermont's scenic western i they Iried lo prevent the paper border, is threatened by mas-; company from opening a new sive pollution. i S80 million mill four miles north Gov. Deanc C. Davis and fel- low Vermonters have sought for months to force the Interna- tional Paper Co. anil the stale of New York to clean up a mess that conservationists say is kill- ing the lake. PUTRID DELTA A million and a half cubic yards of paper mill sludge, of Ticonderoga before they cleaned up the mess at the old mill. The new mill will use about 20 million gallons of Lake Cham- plain water each day, which Oselies hears 'hoppers after losing 38 pounds EDMONTON (CP) John I except when I sleep and then Oselies of Alberta Beach was j they stop, overweight 236 pounds and "Whenever I jump the right suffering from gallstones so lie sjde of my head hurts a little, decided to go on a diet. Maybe I lost so much weight S'ince Nov. 11 he has taken j there's a loose clunker in there. His mouth gets extremely dry ART DSETRKH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 will be returned to the lake vir- uun-t n m, ttially devoid of pollution, com-: only water, unsweetened grape- 1J10 11IUUL11 LILJ pany officials said. i fruit juice and homemade herb j and he finds it difficult to open Vermonters say that Ralph tea. The fast will end Dee. 20. j his eyes in the morning. Kittle, a vice-president of the Wednesday, Mr. Oselies, 58, International Paper Co.. is mem poll uiiuu.t ;his pants up. I "rm going to eat very little. The complex issue of the lake the crash Peril was transferred to the new ed- side effects The piniapples abnd'a Lnall amount era! environmental conservation ir.u i ......i RAIL TIEUP CAUSES TRAFFIC TIEUP Helicopter view looking north in New York's upper Monhollon shows buildup of southbound auto traffic Thursday morning, ihe first day of the nationwide rail strike. At bottom left is road southbound from the George Washington Bridge, background, leading into the West side Highway, second from left. Third from left is northbound west Side High- way. Veering off to right is road leading to the George Washington bridge. Curving under the latter road is road- vay from Riverside Drive onto the bridg Scilurday, Doccmbor 12, 1970 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Tcja relumed lo Jmiia for friul. LONDON (APi A Rritish j misappropriating a two per-ccnt nagistratc Friday granted the; commission from the Japanese Indian governnifnl's miiU'sl fur j Mitsubishi company, converting he extradition of former shin- i a million loan from Mitsuhi- >ing magnate Jayanti Tcja, 47, to his ou-n use and misap- :o face charges of fraud total- ing million. Sir Frank Milton, the chid metropolitan magistrate, re- jected the defence contrition jiat Tcja could not receive a fair trial in India. Tcja was an associate of I hi- late Prime Minislcr .hiwaliarlal Nehru. The Indian government took over his Jayanli b'nipping Co. in lOOfi. It accuses him of [iropriatinj certain freight charges. T'.'ja denied all tlic charges. Lawyer Geoffrey Thomas said he would appeal Ihe decision and carry the case to the House of Lords if necessary. Served dictator GENOA, Italy (Renter) Mussolini's official phntogra- i phcr, Giovanni S-'l. I drowned near here, police said i Thursday. The body was discov- j tred Wednesday on a beach I near a shipyard. Police do not i suspect foul pla; AVAILABLE STAR MARKET 401 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-4393 WANTED PRESSURE WELDERS Holders of Alberto 'B' Certificates are required in Calgary for long or short term employment. Inside work. Union conditions and wage rates. NATIONAL TANK LIMITED 616 58th AVE. S.E., CALGARY PHONE 252-8841 10. I '.atana INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH _. between the ninth and 15th days, j ot bread on tne lnjrd or fourth j he said in an interview. day. "I bad marvellous dreams j "Garlic will be the main about food iJol: OTTAWA (CP) Five pilots pilots uiaivenuuo "Garlic will be the main! fjTT...... and anyone eating j because 1 am going to j Of 424 "squadron from Trenton, around me would interfere with llse j( as a medicine to straight-1 were given medals by my train of thought. i "One night I had a dream of stuffing myself with wild duck- en out the system.1' PARKING PERMITS On November 2, 1970 Section 12.07 of the City of felhbridge By-Law No. 2716 was amended and will be in effect January 1, 1971- This By-law reads as follows- 12.07 No metered space may be used by any vehicle without charge except: (ii) On any day between thirty minutes past five o'clock in the afternoon and nine o'clock in the following fore- noon; (Hi) Qn Wednesday afternoon after noon (b) by vehicles licensed as taxi cobs while the operators of such vehicles are actively en- gaged in taking or discharging passengers: (c) By vehicles bearing commercial type license plates issued by the Government of the Pro- vince of Alberta on which is displayed on the windshield a parking permit in a form op- proved by the City Manager and for which a permit fee of per annum has been paid to the City. vehicles owned and operated by the City of Lethbridge, the Government of Canada, and the Government of Alberta on which :s displayed on the windshield a parking per- mit in a form approved by Ihe City Manager and for which a permit fee of J20.00 per annum has been paid to the City. Permits may be purchased of the office of the License Inspector, City Hall. and goose and all sorts of de- lightful foods but now I don't j think about it much at all." Mr. Oselies said he used to walk two miles every day. "I still do now but I have to use canes. But I can still man-! age about a mile an hour. j "I also get the sound of grass- hoppers in my ears constantly, straight-1 ont.. Peru Friday for assisting earthquake disaster relief oper- j ations there last June. The pilots took five Caribou j light transport aircraft to Peru and ferried 800 people and 90 tons of freight despite hazard- j ous flying conditions and make- shift runways in the Andean mountain area devastated by i the quake. The medals were presented to Lt.-Col. W. I. Butehart, 'H. of PHNOM PENH (AP) Car I Lion's Head, Ont., commanding drivers and motorcyclists oficer of 424 Squadron: Maj. J. mobbed gas stations in down-i D Donald. 39, of Sarnia, Ont.; town Phnom Penh here as re-1 Capt. Brian Cunniff, 25. of Hali- supply low 111 LED RAID Col. Arthur S. Simons, a battle-dec- orated Ranger who led a commando style raid deep into North Vietnam in a fruitless effort to free Ameri- can prisoners of war, an- swers a question during a news conference in Washing- ton. Your NEW Authorized Dealer JEEP" TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. 5. Phone 327-1418 ports swept the capital that Cambodia is running out of gas- oline. Senior oficials admitted the nation is less than three weeks away from de- the Communist stranglehold on Cambodia's sup- ply lines can be broken. These officials said no im- ports of gasolise or other petro- leum products vital for continu- ing the war have reached Phnom Penh since Nov. 20, when the Communists slashed across Highway 4, Cambodia's only overland access lo the deep water port of Kompong Som on the Gulf of Siam. Cambodian officials were de- liberately vague about just how serious the fuel crisis is. ''The last tiling we want to do is to touch off panic buying and h o a r d i n explained Then Ouk. president of Cambodia s state-controlled oil refinery and Tela Khmer Gasoline Distnbu ting Corp. He admitted life in Cambodia would be paralysed if the coun- try ran out of fuel and that armed forces would face defeat. fax: Capt. J. J. B. Clcrmont. 42, of Lachine, Que., and Capt. ,1. R. Philip. 45, of Trenton. Cesar A. de la Fuente. Peru- vian ambassador, made the presentation. ATTENTION FARMERS! FARM MANAGEMENT TRAINING COURSE COVERING ACCOUNTING FINANCING MARKETING CONSUMER EDUCATION BUSINESS MANAGEMENT LETHBRIDGE, CARDSTON DURATION 1 WEEKS These courses are designed to assist the Commercing Farmer In devel- oping his "Business Management and Decision Making" skills. Tuition ond Allowances Will Bo Paid. Information and application forms are avoiltible at your nearest CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE or your local DISTRICT AGRICULTURIST'S OFFICE Deadline for 15, 1970 COLLEGE MALL COUNT MEMBERS GENEVA (Reuter) About 224 million people belong to Red Cross, Red Crescent and Red Lion and Sun societies through- cut the world, say statistics published by the League of Red Cross Societies here. OFF-THE-CAR SPECIALS PING PONG TABLES LOOSEFILL ATTIC INSULATION Regulation 5'x9' Top Painted Top Plywood Interlocking ONLY Pledge Satisfaction" STORE HOURS; 8 a.m. to p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesda ond Friday; 8 a.m. fo 9 p.n 1707 3rd Ave. S. Thursday; 8 am, )o 5 p.m. Saturday Phone 328-4461 Phone 328-7522 CHECK THE MANY SPECIAL GIFT IDEAS FROM OUR CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE RECENTLY DELIVERED is Ihi newest powered built-in Plug it into a dgaretjft lighter ond indent iwllon slsoni upholitery ond with omosing efficiency. Hai 16 fool cord lo reach corner! eoiily, in ctlractive colour insiiflR flf ond blufl. Overall length 16 BY HORIZON, TO YOUR HOME! MANY-UNIQUE GIFTS FOR THAT 'SPECIAL' PERSON! BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS INDIVIDUAL GREETING CARDS for I hat very 5 cial person! CHRISTMAS CENTRE PIECES Assorted or solid pack for your holiday table! WRITING PAPER AND ENVELOPES LEATHER WAUETS AND KEY CASES Various shapes -_ for Christm. any 'Special' occasion. When you care enoo9h send {he very bsst HALLMARK CARDS from the GIFT WRAPPING RIBBON AND BOWS Phone 328-7522 Individual rolls or mix od pcakages for any occasion OPEN DAHY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M.; THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. A fRIMY A'M' T0 P'M- ;