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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta spurred m SIMPSONS- by board I Looks inspired by poet and peasant BLA1RMORE (CNP The Crowsnest Pass recrej-! tion board comprises chairman Don Dececco of Blairmore: vice-chairman Venor Pozzi of Bellevue: and secretary trea- surer Graham Atkinson of i Coleman. I Other board members: May- or John Holyk and Graham Atkinson, Coleman; Don, Dececco and Joe Bodio, Blair-: more; Milton Dypolt of Godfrey Hungar and Howard Bennett, Bellevue; John, Chomyn, Hill crest; Albert Kropinak of Coleraan, repre-i senting Imporvement District No 5; and Veno Pozzi of Hill- crest and Dr. V. Martinez of Coleman representing the Crowsnest Pass school divi- sion. OLDEST SOLDIER BURIED Canada's oldest soldier.and last survivor of the Riel Re- Sat Billy Mills, was given a full military fmeral in London, Ont as members of taalton feyal Canadian Regiment fired a 21-gun salute. He would have celebrat- d his 105th birthday later this month.______________________________---------- Constitution amendments receive Strom support EDMONTON (CP) Premier Harry Strom said today the for- mula to amend the constitution agreed to in principle early this week is fair to everyone and he supports it. Mr. Strom told a news confer- ence the proposed formula rec- ognizes geographical and popu- lation factors. To bring about an amendment, it calls for support by provinces with 25 per cent of the and On- two provinces east of Quebec and two provinces west of Ontario which have 50 per cent of the population in the Mr. Strom said the provinces now will review the proposal and expressed hope that the next constitutional conference in Victoria in June will see them "agreeing to bring the constitu- tion back to Canada." He said this week's Ottawa cconference, which also dis- cussed unemployment, was "the best we have had for some time." The premier said there is not much evidence of a change for the better in the unemployment picture but he was willing to ac- cept Finance Minister Edgar Benson's statement that fedtra measures will have an effec and do much to relieve the problem in the next six to eigh months. Mr. Strom said the 130 new industries that came to Albert last year created jobs bu the provincial government is still not satisfied and will place greater emphasis on develop- ment and industrial incentives. The government would also in- crease job opportunities stu- dents next summer. Bail refused at Red Deer RED DEER (CP) Judge J. H. MacKenzie refused to yant bail to Leonard Mowat, 13, of Red Deer, who was charg- ed with two counts of attempt- ed murder and one of attempt- ed robbery. Mowat was charged follow- ing an incident in a downtown tote' Jan. 30 in which two men were seriously wounded when shot by a man who tried to rob the hotel's beverage cashier. Joe Farkas, 51, manager of the hotel, and Hugh McKean, 39, a customer, now are in sat- isfactory condition. In court, Judge MacKenzie said "considering the serious- ness of the charges, the temp- tation to the accused to remove himself from the jurisdiction of the court would be very strong." Mowat was remanded until Feb. 16. AID GIVEN Britons contributed mil- lion of public and private money to developing countries in 1968- 69. GOLDEN Get together with the easy-going flavour of Molson Golden. It's the great get-together beer for good company and good times. Molson Golden ...the great get-together beer! 8 .99 Graceful. Soft. Feminine long-line blousei made to resemble the traditional folklore of Mexico and Europe. Two sentimental for you to chcose from: Tunic in easy-care Fortrel with sash and button front; Blouie of with drawstring neck. Both in white with red; or embroidery. 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