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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuraday, February 14, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD -13 The original version The energy crisis hasn't hit the Perth Planing Mill in Perth, Ont., about 60 miles southwest of Ottawa. Salem the Clydesdale supplies the horsepower for short local deliveries from the mill these days the first horse to work here since the 1950s. Back to the original definition of horsepower. Court reserves judgment on Languages Act case EF10I OPTlCAt PR1SCRIPTION CO. By KEN POLE OTTAWA (CP) The Su- preme Court of Canada re- served judgment Wednesday on a case in which the effect of the British North America Act oh bilingualism has been chal- lenged by the mayor of Mon- cton, NiB. The high court routinely re- serves judgment and a spokes- man said it could be June be- fore the nine justices make public their decision. Leonard C. Jones, the Mon- cton mayor, says the federal and provincial governments do not have the constitutional power to extend the use of French in courtrooms. Are You Looking For A Top Quality Used Car Or Truck? CENTRAL SERVICE CARDSTON (LTD.) CHEV OLDS 1973 VENTURA HATCHBACK Bucket seats low miles, ratals weii eQinpoed 1973IMPALA2DOOR Ful'v eaj'pped w tK 'ac'orv air 1973 CHEV CHEYENNE Va TON 9 7 3 C X E T O N utomatic PS PB radio 4-soeeo. "savy Ou 1972 IMPALA C U P E Wen eauiDped with factory air "1972TAURENTIAN 4 DOOR 1 9 724ON DELUXE 1971 MERCURY CYCLONE GT 1971 THUNDERBIRD 1971 KINGSWOOD STATION WAGON 1971 4X4 V2TON 1970 FURY GRANDE COUPE 1970 CHEV 4 X4 "2 TON 1970 IHC 1969 IMPALA CUSTOM COUPE 1969 BUICK SKYLARK 1968 CORVAIR MONZA 1968 IMPALA 4 DOOR 198 METEOR 2 DOOR 1968 PONTIAC PARISIENNE 1962 DUAL WHEEL 1 TON CENTRAL SERVICE CARDSTON (LTD.) Mam St Phonp SS3-3371 after His lawyer, Joseph T. Thor- son, former president of the now-defunct Exchequer Court of Canada, used one section of the 107-year-old BNA Act as the basis for his appeal, which began Monday. This section, No. 133, reads: The English or French language maybe used by any person in the debates of the houses of Parliament of Canada and of the houses of the legislature of Quebec; and both those languages shall be used in the respective records and journals of those houses. As well, both languages may be used in federal courts or in the courts of Quebec. Mr. Thorson contends that this means neither the federal government nor any province other than Quebec can imple- ment French-language court proceedings, except by 'violating the provisions of the BNA Act. Another section of the act, No. 91 as amended in 1949, says Parliament's power to amend the constitution is sub- ject to certain exemptions. These include, in the act's words, "the use of the English or the French language." In other words, amending the constitution in any way that would affect the status of either official language technically would be outside Parliament's jurisdiction. Social worker's firing protested by residents Spaceman LA RONE, Sask. (CP) group of northern residents are protesting the dismissal of a northern social worker who was fired because he refused a transfer after his criticism of the provincial government was made public. A spokesman for the group, Peter Burns, said that whatever action is necessary to get the man rehired will be Fraud case hearing adjourned EDMONTON (CP) A hearing on fraud charges against Zaritez Industries Ltd. of Edmonton and three of its former employees were adjourned to mid-April in Alberta Supreme Court Wednesday. The RCMP laid the seven charges, involving more than against the firm and its former president, John George Ivor Bury, 37, now of Kamloops but formerly of suburban Sherwood Park, and two former salesmen, Brian Wayne Farrell and James Stanley Shukin, both 30 and both of Calgary. Mr. Justice Donald Bowen adjourned the case until April 16 because one of the witnesses recently suffered a heart attack. The case involves money tiie prosecution says was paid as down payments on prefabricated homes. Schrols may sue parents on vandalism EDMONTON (CP) Public school trustees have agreed that they should sue the parents of any students involved in acts of vandalism at schools. They approved a motion by trustee Vera Johnson who said a section of the School Act imposes liability on parentsof children involved in school vandalism. taken. He did not specify what action was being contemplated but said: "We discussed the possibility of a sit-in but decided against it at this date. We want to talk to our elected representatives, the councillors, before we decide what to do." The dispute involved social worker Art Baalim, fired as a supervisor in Creighton, Sask., 160 miles northeast of Prince Albert when he refused a transfer to Buffalo Narrows after he had made public statements critical of the department of northern Saskatchewan. Mr. Baalim said that he would be forced to work under a man in Buffalo Narrows with much less experience than him. The northern residents, from Sandy Bay, Cumberland House and Pelican Narrows, protested at Mr. Baalim's dismissal during a meeting Sailors face riot charges NAPLES, Italy (AP) Sailors fought among themselves on the flagship of the United States fleet in the Mediterranean during the Mideast crisis last November and 12 were charged with rioting and assault, the navy said Wednesday. Ten of those charged were Mack and two were white. 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