Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Choice of round covered casserole, IVfe-qt utility dish, loaf pan cr PRICE LADIES' COATS CONTINUES on Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily 9 o.m to 6 p.m.; Thursday end Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 COMPH AND OOPS It 5s herd enough for Maria Piciser cf Spruce Grcve, Al'.c., to play her souscphone, but transporting it to c music shop fcr is extra difficult, particuicr'y trying to navigate through the door of a transit bus in Edmonton. Ecology problems road work OTTAWA fCP) Northern Development Minister Jean Chretien said here that he has been avrare "for some time now" that construction wcrk along the Mackenzie would be delayed until further environmental studies were completed. The halt of particular concern because seme 300 In- dians and Metis began work clearing brush along the high- way this fall. Mr. Chretien said he vras anxious that these men would not Jose employment Trtdle the suicies were completed. bsen bypassed in such ventures. an cete'iniced it will not happen in tbs North." he said. Mr. Chretien, co-orolnaior all northern development" proj- ects, said there is no ftrni schedule for work to be each year nor is there a target date for finishing the road For that reason, he said, he believed Environment Minister Jack Davis was either mis- quoted cr misinterpreted last be called for a halt in work planned for nert year. ins Giny work planned was j X r completing the 50-mile sretcn cleared by the Hire North em- In three months the pbyees. Since the trees already woridr" under a prog-am i were he was sure Mr. called Hire North, cleared 5C j Davis was pot referring to it In miles of the right-of-way from addition, ail environment stud- j Fort Simpson aTCamseH'Bend. j ies on that stretch vrere con> That portion of the road wil j plsted. be completed in 1373 but other i He agreed with Mr. Davis I work is" planned, Mr. Chretien that more stodies are needed. sajd. Dsvis was an adviser oa Some 300 miles of the matters of I take mile road to lauvik, from the i his accounts into view." AToerta border to Fort Simpson, j form part of the Mackenzie j 'read system, and has been in j use for some time. 50 miles from Simpson to Camsell Bend is the only ces- c-ocscruction on the road. BENEFIT NATIVES I A recorzjmecdadoD for baiting j the work on the road camej from an interdepartmental com- raittee which is responsible for j advising Mr. Crretien on such! matters as rmancing. the ecvi-; roiiment and the hiring of i corthemers. i Mr. Giretien said be Is deter-! mined that n-ew developments in the North, including the high-1 way and tha proposed pipelines, j would benefit native north- i emers. In other regions, Indians bad fives up through border gates EOF, West Germany CAP) An East German electrician c a u h t Communist border i guards napping early Tuesday and rammed his speeding au- I tomohae throvgb bctrder i on the BeriLn-Hof auto i hahn to escape Into West Ger- j many. Bavarian poEce re- j ported. Not realizing he had already crossed the border, the refugee I kept his feet on the gas and shattered another autobahn sale manned by Eava- j rian border police. The police j gave chase to the battered car. I When they caught up the I electrician, his first question was: "Am I In West Ger- Assured that he was, the refugee gave a sigh of re- lief. "Apparently the entire East German guard detachment was a police spokesman said. The refugee, 13. gave per- scnal and political grounds for his escape. TORONTO i'CP) Frus- trated by a safe that was too tough, a burglar had to be satisfied with stealing a radio Christmas Eve. The fact that he didn't get the from the safe wasn't for lack of trying. Police said the burglar, after breaking into a ware- house by smashing a window, tried to open the floor safe by using a chisel and drill on the disl. 1 Next, he tried to peel back I BEIRUT fAP) President the outer case with the chisel.! Hafsz Assad of Syria announc- When that failed the bur- i ed today the formation of a 31- Assacl forms new cabinet glar used a fork lift truck to move the ?afe against t.hs outer wall. He took a run at it with the truck, attempting to ram the forks through the safe. Instead the wail gave way he cid push the through the hole. The frustrated thief then left with the radio. man cabinet, the b'gse't ever in Syria and the sines it pained from France 27 years, ago. Damascus Radio said the cab- inet, unc'er Premier Mahmoud retair.od members of t'-c that steer- ed th2 country into a lens rarii- cal course in "Middle East poli- tics for the last 25 months.