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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 6, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 U.S. turns over camps to Canada WASHINGTON (CP) -The U.S. Air Force will turn over three remote camps in Labr- ador to the Canadian govern- ment as soon as the weather permits it to remove some de- Sinclair called 'welsher' for refusing to pay bet TORONTO (CP) Gordon Sinclair, a freelance broad- caster, was called a "welsher as well as a piker" in small claims court Wednesday by a Toronto mortgage broker who sought to obtain he won in a wager. But Mr. Sinclair did hot agree. "He's a sour the broadcaster said outside the court after Judge William Carroll dismissed the action by the broker, Dennis Barron, 44. Mr. Sinclair testified he made a bet with Mr. Barron that the Dow Jones stock average would not drop below 800 in 1973. He said he thought he was duped into making the bet so after losing the wager, refused to pay the final Judge Carroll ruled that a wager could not be enforced in court. fence department equipment at the camps, a Pentagon spokesman said Wednesday. The camps have been oper- ated for years by the air force for recreation and survival training, mainly for officers and men stationed at Goose Bay, where the U.S. Strategic Air Command has a base. "We're still in the process of getting out various military Capt. Ed Robertson of the Pentagon information of- fice said. "When that is com- pleted, the camp areas will be turned over to the Canadian government." Word of the move was carried Wednesday by Washington columnist Jack Anderson, who lias criticized the camps in the past as a tax- supported luxury for U.S. military officers. Tearful Carole Cholette, a witness at a Montreal inquiry into the Jan. 21 nightclub fire in which 13 persons died, dries her eyes during testi- mony. Drink abuse funds tripled OTTAWA (CP) Federal funds to combat alcohol abuse among native peoples will be tripled under a new program announced Wednesday. The program will be a joint effort by the department of health and welfare and the de- partment of Indian affairs. More than million a year will be spent in 1975-76 and the two following fiscal years. Van's TV Sales Service think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS Silent movie comic tramp is scheduled to be knighted February 5th by Queen Elizabeth II. HOW 00 YOU RATE? 91 lo 100 point. TOP SCORE! II to 90 points Excdtenl. 71 to 80 pointl Good. 61 to 70 points Fiir. 60 or Under? H'mm! FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION How would you evaluateCanada'spresentmilitary defence program? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Prime Minister Trudeau 'said the builders of the proposed Sarnia to oil pipeline, which is designed to protect eastern Canada against inter- ruption of Middle East oil supplies, will be pro- tected by the federal government against losses. a-Moritreal b-1'oronto c-Chatham 2 The (CHOOSE ONE: Prince of Wales, Clarence Campbell) Conference won the 28th annual Nation- al Hockey League All-Star GameinMontrealbya score of 7 to 1. 3 Hockey pros Bobby Hull and Gordie Howe led the West to a 6 to 4 victory in the WHA All-Star Game in Edmonton. What do the initials 'WHA' stand for? 4 According to government statistics, in 1974 the United States suffered its (CHOOSE ONE: highest, lowest) rate of inflation in 28 years. 5 Following a Paris diplomatic welcome, Egyptian President conferred with Valery Giscard d'Estaing .about, increased arms trade between Egypt and France. a-Anwar Sadat b-Moshe Dayan o-Haile Selassie PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....impasse 2.....index 3.....inaugurate 4.....import 5.....impound a-guide or indicator b-bring into one country from another c-seize and hold in the custody of the law d-dilemma e-begin officially PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Barney Dan son 2.....Ed Broadbent 3.....Allan Blakeney 4.....Roger Rousseau 5.....Eugene Whelan a-NDP parliamentary leader b-Urban Affairs Minister o-Agrioulture Minister d-Commissioner-General of the Montreal Olym- pic Games e-Premier, Saskatchewan 23-75 VEC, Inc. STUDENTS Save This Practice Examination! Valuable Reference Material for Exams. Rentalsman idea catching on WINNIPEG (CP) to local neighborhood deterioration of once-fine way because they are Canada's home builders also provides for neighborhoods. and myopic and are told Wednesday that the within 24 hours of a Bob Davies, .president of personal gain from of rentalsman, already who damages property Equity Capital Corp. Ltd. of mented in British Calgary, said rent and Manitoba, likely will are being evicted advocates do not seem to un- Mr. Davies said such adopted across the 12 days for non- derstand the economic won't allow the owners Barry Clark, British of rent. problems involved in charge enough rent to bia's rentalsman, told Clark said British providing adequate housing. new housing ventures or Housing and Urban decision to impose "Rent control advocates, quate maintenance, or to ment Association of controls would have been no-growth legislators and anti ize a fair return on their that Ontario regardless of which development voters are that Saskatchewan appear to party was in close to adopting the prnuinpo ho nntoH which relieves the courts of the burden of landlords and disputes and questions of possession. Mr. Clark, a former increases are limited to one a year, on three months' written notice, with Peoples member of the B.C. legislature, said of 10.6 per cent, excluding cases where there operation costs likely will renovations. million for his office, was made has a staff of 50. He said from controls for Weekend Magazine this Saturday, same service through de Villiers profiles Paul Smith, small-claims court Strieker of dynamic preacher and head of would cost president of the Peoples Church, and also He said it is evident there is increasing tension Institute, criticized rent controls the rapid growth of the landlords and tenants, legislation that both sides becoming against vocal. In his first four said rent controls in office, a total of disputes were registered. He said the B.C. a disaster anywhere they have been tried. 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