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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHSRIOGE HSRALD Friday, 15. 1972 Canada bans diseased British cattle Railway company opposes OTTAWA (CP> CST.S -cpped ail imports c: stile ar.d other anirr.a -s alerted customs to arefullv :rc deadly ase on Cree checked by inspectors on the j farm, then quarantined in Glas-1 'tMrr.c-lar.d. HO-HI I for cattle brought the couu- brought on an outbreak around "w'r'n-'e and smaller try. Fejina by fetdins to livestock a are imported British cattle are first; piece cf irJec'M sausaac checked by inspectors on the wv.h iv.ra from tr.e s from other ''re- i.; ccr.troiled by vac- ,-e been stopp-ed. itish ca't'.e have been r.r.ce Nov. 1 this year e are ro others ''in the Dr. Lewis said. Tr.e Astern r-i-cuired Scotland, (or i-i days be- Fore they are shipped. They un- dergo further quarantines ar.d ciiecl-i? here. FREE SINCE 1552 Canada has been iree of. the incurable, hishly-cor.tagious dis- ease since 1952. Then, a Ger- man immigrant Willi Bruntjen U thought to have A tout 2.KO mostly caltle. up. driven i.-to rr.ass graves ar.d shot by the RCMP to curb the epi- rfr-mic. I: v.-as corJir.ed to a area around Retina ar.d. after beginnisg in February that year, v.'as er.ded Dr. said customs have been alerted to pay close atten- tion to all immigrants and vis- itors from England ar.d to en- ure no meat is brought into the court ry. In countries labelled re-1 by Canada, hoof-and- j hearing on an month disease shows up from Kootenay an neiv coal line hearing up from time to time but is held check by vaccine. In Canada however, the out" method is used to control the Animals with it are shot. OTTAWA fCP Tne Cana- dian transport commission r.m no authority to hold another application by d EU-: Kaiiv, ay other hearing and the two rail-' ways had nothing further In add to evidence at the first hearing, he paid. CP Kail opposed the original ommission has no author- I'M to builri a lir.e carrying coal: Kootenay and Elk application, from southeastern British Co- Tne commission said in May that the Krxitenay and Elk line provide direct com- lumbia to the U.S. border, co'arecl for the V'. G. Eurke-Robertson. rtr> the itv to hearing. 'lie railway make n formal submis- sion so there can be discussion fi' the at a later date. Both the Burlington Northern and the government o[ Alberta supported the Kootenay and Elk carrj-in? CANADA GRADE A TURKEYS 22 IBs. and up ib. SV.'IFTS PREMIUM DEEP BASTED BUHERBALL 10-24 LITE NITE SHOPPING 9 A.M. to 9 P.W. PRICES EFFECTIVE FPJDAY AND SATURDAY, DEC. 15 AMD 16, 1972 and Elk about its argument that '-j L raserve 13 limit quanri 'ight mission and the" Supreme Court i s'affinent notice by Kootenay of Canada. The commission must IMV: is- sue an order tne! Kootenay ard Eli permission to join its tracks v.ith the Bur- lington Northern Hr.e at the U.S. i border, he said. Tr.-e order also j must allow Kovor.S" 1 Elk to use Can.adiari Pacific1. Raily.av tracks between Natal and EIko in B.C. The commission was hearing vie-.vs en an ar-s-Ucation by CP Rail to hoM further hearings on aspects of the and Elk bid to huiid the railway. The Kcotensv ar.d Elk appli- cation was by the ctrnrnis-'ion Lr: 1771. E-JC POLISH DILLS [or READY TO SERVE SMOKSD. PART SXINfiED SHANK HAIF OR QUARTER Ib. Ibs. Ib. Ib. GAINERS 1 ;-lb. ecch Mr. WrJ the ar-pear at a-o'.he- hearing cal'M? by the commission. TrJs was because the com- rrii.ssion had r.o to cai! an- CAVALIER 43 fi. oz. tin JAM JELLO MINCEM CRANBE! TOP VAIU PURE STRAWBERRY ASSORTED FLAVORS 43-07. (in 3-oz. pkg. for NABOB...........................44-oz. jar SAUCE, OCEAN SPRAY WHOLE OR JELUED.............. 15-cz. tins Tang 79c Peaches ,1. 2hf 89c Cream Dog Food CocktailTop volu K o, 55c Chips PkB. 2 ,w 1.00 J TOP VAUI ASSORTED CANNED POP ;5 10 fl. oz. tin CANADA MO. 1 MEDIUM COOKING CANADA NO. 1 CALIFORNIA CELERY SEASONED GREEN BEANS 12-oz. tin Ib. Margarine Cheez Whiz FROZEN FOODS r. Fancy Pk3.4Vc HeaS Vale Fancy pfcg. 37C EDMONTON 'CP)'s jury has ruled that a 17 scciderit near S t o n y Piain. v.-hich l-n'led nine oec-j-, pants or two cars, vras caused by driver error. i Tr.e sisc-rriar; con- two rr' native orisin includinj Crief Samuel Bird of the Gle-evis Indian Re- ruled th'-'. '''K is '.he KL'.i'.n of the j-jr.1 v.-ay at the time of the acci- dor.t, causing the deaths of ths occupants cf tbe vehicle." The only S'lrrivor was Edith ?.Iarle Alexis. 1'ie Court said the concluded it would have granted the Kootenay Eik application if it had not fccen for a single k-gal hitch. But the commission had ruled wronslv that a sectua In the I Railway Act prohibited the Bur- 'Northern from inter- i chaWir.g traffic the Koote- nay ar.d'Elk, the court said. i Eyrke-RoVjrts'jn and J. G. Alley, courise! for Burlington .Northern, tola the commission COT- that this court pjling and com- mission comments on other as- pects of the Kooter.ay Elk applicatiori se'.'.ied the Issue in favor if. the Kootensy and and to b-jiM an rail line from Line Cresk. B.C. to ril'e B.C.. on the U.S. Coil rrJred ii '.he Koo'ensys I.-? carried on the Kov.e- rav ar.d Elk to the harder vr.-rre i-. -v.-uld le to il-.e B'j.-linEtor. Northern. Tr.e E'j.'lington would !rar_sport the coal across tl-e U.S. and uo to tbe B.C. port of BarJc near Van- couver. There the coa! would be shipped to Japanese customers. HAPPY TIME ASSORTED FLAVORS 1 Gcjllon .38 CAMPBELL'S MUSHROOM 10 fl. oz. tin .IK) You can take a WHITE HORSE anwvhere Please note merchants in Centre REMAIN until 9 p.m. from now through Saturday, Dec for your shopping convenience includes both Saturday December 16th and 23i OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. s ;