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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Promoter ordered jailed NEW YORK Get-rich-quick promoter Glen W. Turner was ordered jailed 169 days for contempt of court and he and two of his cor- porations were fined a total of in Manhattan Supreme Court Friday. The court found that who has sold cosmetics franchises around the and his cor- porations had wilfully violated a judgment of Dec. restraining them from de- ceptive practices in the sale of franchises and programs claiming to insure personal success in people's business Justice Jacob Markowitz found the defendants had dis- regarded a consent judgment entered into with State Attor- ney-General Louis Leftkowitz. In granting the motion for contempt. Justice Markowitz noted that Turner and his two corporations. Dare To Be Great. Inc.. and Koskot Inter- planetary. Inc.. may have re- ceived up to million from 1.604 New York state residents fraudulent DRY DISTINCTIVE Serve it straight and icy cold right out of the rcfrigcrator-with buffet supper or canapes. It is also good in cocktails. First distilled in 1846. Christinas lights sales brisk And still climbing The CN Tower soars above the high-rise office building of downtown Toronto and there's still 601 feet to go. The tower now stands feet and when compl- eted will be Work on the tower resumed yesterday following settlement of a week-long strike by 50 ironworkers. Family law superior courts are proposed Despite constant reminders of a possible energy Canadians appear to be decorating their homes and trees in the traditional holiday of lights. Mind you. some industry spokesmen say the energy situation is taking its toll but must report a brisk business. A Cross-Canada Survey by The Canadian Press showed Ontario is the only province with a notable drop in the sales of lights. aren't buying the outdoor but they're still decorating said Bryce Kerr. vice-president of Alderbrook International a light manufacturer. But Mr. Kerr says that if the drop in sales can be attributed to the energy people have to be better informed. In Noma Lights and Universal Electric Products have hired a public relations firm to put people straight. not a single gener- ating station in Ontario that uses said a spokesman for Noma. there's no shortage of hydro NO SHORTAGE An Ontario Hydro spokesman agreed there's no shortage of power but added that doesn't mean we should waste A spokesman for Canadian General Electric in Toronto also said sales of lights are down from 1972. He said some stores were returning their stocks of lights as early as two weeks before Christmas. Simpsons and Eaton's department stores also reported a decrease in sales although Eaton's added the sales of were up. This was attributed to the belief that the smaller the the less power wasted. In the story was an entirely different one. have sold more Christ- mas lights this year than we have in our said a spokesman for Universal Electric. Simpsons also reported sales of lights in that province were up by a percen- although actual figures were not available. In the Atlantic industry spokesman said the sales of lights is as or than last year. In Nova spokesmen for Woolco. K-Mart and Cana- dian say sales are steady and shelves are being restock- ed daily. Newfoundland Energy Minister Leo Barry has helped sales in that province by reminding the public there will be no shortage of electricity there this winte 1 In Prince edward salesmen say there has been a slight decrease in sales although they are not certain it can be attributed to the energy problem. Spokesmen for major department stores in Manitoba report no change in buying pattern or volume this year. A spokesman for The Bay said the public believes they are not facing an energy crisis. Edmonton department stores sav sales of both indoor and outdoor lights are off this but most attribute it to the city's recent transit strike and are hoping sales will pick up before the holidays. In officials of House of Lite. Batons and Simpsons Sears report upward sales in lights. Keep Christ in Christmas inMrttd by Stock Bror RMHy Ltd. CUP OF MILK All children are precious. Help The Lethbridge Herald help teh hungry children of Bangladesh. Send a few or a few dollars. We need We need your help. Send your donations to Cup of The LetKbridge Herald For Complete Llveetock Sales and Service. call FRENCH OTTAWA Estab- lishment of superior courts for family law cases and broad rules protecting the right to oppose development projects that pose a threat to the environment were among proposals submitted to Justice Minister Otto Lang Friday by the Canadian Bar Association. The provinces would have to set up the family law superior which would take family matters out of general purpose higher courts. Mr. Lang said in a ment after his two-hour meeting with association ex- ecutives that he be sympathetic toward the proposal that the federal government co-operate in the development of unified family The part of the association's annual brief to the were approved at the association's annual Common sense people wear HARDLITE LENSES The Common Sense Lens In some localities hard resin protective lenses are They're shatterproof. They're only half ths weight of ordinary lenses. They're backed by a warranty against eye injury. They're available in YOUR prescription. So who needs a OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308 ST S LETHBRIDGE Phone 327 3609 meeting last August. The lawyers said they sup- port public participation in the planning and approval of pro- jects that have a significant environmental and in the enforcement of regulations to protect the en- vironment. .SHOULD BE STUDY They recommended that ev- ery such project start only after an environmental im- pact study financed by the project's which would be made public. Any individual or .group should have power to require a public hearing on the project before government approval .is granted. And anybody should have the right to appear before courts or tribunal to review the project or enforce if the oppo- nent cannot show a special interest in the case. Leading the association's delegation to Mr. Lang was Neil McKelvey of Saint N.B.. association president. proposals among the 14 offered by the a person is compelled to reveal about himself under one law should not be available as evidence for the government in court cases involving any other law. of the basis for be proven by one year's not three to five years as exists now. husband and wife should be permitted to file jointly for divorce. government should erase the right to a fresh instead of an STILL SPIRALLING Wage and salary rates rose seven per cent in the United States in 1972 while the price of food rose by six per cent. convictions on summary offences. Mr. Lang expressed sympathy for that change. Provincial supreme not just the Federal Court of should be empowered to hear appeals on extradition charges. Going to Calgary WINTER RATES STETSON MOTEL 10002 Macleod TrallS. Clean Comfortable Units Color TV Automatic phones Phone-271-3210 Collect Monday p.m. 250 head Top Quality Plus Baby Calves WEDNESDAY 1 a.m. FAT and FEEDER CATTLE 200 head FRIDAY FAT and FEEDER CATTLE SALES Friday -1 p.m. Special Stock Calf Feeder Sale 300 head on offer WE HAVE... 200 Pregnant White Face Ewes For Sale HOGS ASSEMBLED AND SOLD MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. WE BUY AND SELL FAT AND FEEDER LAMBS DAILY. WE CARRY HARTFORD INSURANCE ON ALL LIVESTOCK. _Exporters of slaughter hogs Excellent ficilltles for feeding end loidlnj nogs. ED FRENCH 328-2986 DAN KLASSEN 345-4358 KEN MILLER. Magrath 758-6607 LOU DEJAGER 3454489 WHIT HENINGEH........... 328-7354 CONSIGN ALL YOUR LIVESTOCK C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK the Heart ol Canada's Ranching Office 327-0101 327-3966 Alberta Stockyards P.O. BOX S.S. 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