Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
SO THI 'ITCALD Tuoscloy, F'.brucuy 15, 1975 I, Ontario. Quebec, speak Vilh one voice' Bailey lUOXTIMvM, I -We do feel a special kinship friend or ally, in ilie i-imliiuiini; lie said. "We do discussions and prize UK! opportunity ilh liv ii'ileral Knvermiicnl." have lo work in Ilic aclu'VL'ineni of eonimon goals.1' "Ontario is- (li'lerniined (flat, whatever Ihe pnlilieal climalr or Ihc heal of Ihe moment UT r.'l relations, lo reeognilion of a "special rcla- alone, willioul i lietween Uie prov- in hospital Y.T. (Crjj- JI01XYWOOD (AP) _ Singer Pearl Hailcy in hospital with a heai-l allact, is in good condi- tion, nn'j. ill in [hr flo'i'liuL; The o; flood- ing would be hy ire lanu-. T1.C most criiical areas of breakup vere to be from HunMoy llirouch the MJIrs Glrndivc and Sidncv aron.x Pattern. b I liner in J liver 75 miles north of Otlav.a. :tf, auditing trial in rOorirca! on of counsel- linii to kidnap and murder, i.s one of five person.? eo-ordinatint; i a lioor-lo-door .survey nf prob- lem? relal.cd to iliis area's mi- eirniinvnipT.il rale. per cent of lin- local vork fnree lie received judicial MOM Feb. 7 to travel here from while he awaiUs trial. His nf.xl court, appearance- is sot for .March Besides Ihc counselling Yalheres is appealing a man- sla'itiuer comic-lien in a 10% Montreal bombing death, for v.'hX'li lie uas SL-rtenccd ID rn.'uilhs in He i.s aj> Ex-gas firm executive tes, 94 CALGAltV 'CPi Ernie Eouiiess. ono of Lin.1 leaders in Ihc dovr-lopnient of AibcrU's and gas utility syslenis. died Monday al Ihe age of 94. The former executive of Ca- nadian Weslt-m Natural Cius Co. Lid, al.so desired pouer sysicms for air bases ponslruei- ed on Lhc Prairies for Ihe train- ing o[ Commonwealth airmen. Lnler. lie was active in y fighi acainsl (he Columbia fr Troaly which, he said, pro- vided cheap power to (he Uni- led States and drew industry from Canada. lie ua.s born in Margnie, P.E.I., and tauyhl school in Ihc village before studyinc cnci- neenm: al Monircal He came CalUtin in 1907 and a career in Ihe ut i I i I y field. Zealand introduces pealing hualUng 17 months for Ihrec conteinpt-of-', court citations. GOT GHANT The survey received a S-lO.rtOG fedeivnl pranl, under the Local Initiatives Pro pram and em- ploys 21 workers beside? Ihe five mainly from the of looal unemployed. The project rims to 2iK Valliercs is a self-prnelnimcd supporter of the separatist Parti I Quebecois and a former sup-1 of Lhc terrorisl Front cle j Lihcralion du Quebec His book. While Niggers of i America, oflcn u as viewed as j the bible of the FLQ. Afler five months in Itiding while out on bail. Yalliere.s .sur- j rendered -Tan. 24 to police in i 1 Momi-eal. Shortly before that, he pub- licly renounced (he violence of' 1 the FLQ and opted for Hie Parti Qiu.-'jc'cois. li i c h advocates Quebec .separation hy demo- cratic means. UIHI.VO PROTESTED I Hiring of Vallicres has di-flvn Ihc fire of ?cmc person, includ- j wig former prime minister John Diofenbakcr. of Val- licres' political background. Vallieres said in an inreiTiew j he has rented an apartment here and travel to Montreal oniy on Ihe weekends. After saying earlier he nol. accept a salaiy, he agreed 1 wages of a week should be 1 paid to each worker on Ilic pro- i jccl. Tfic fivoup will work under Jacques DC Serrcs. president of tin1 Moni Launer branch of the 0 U a w a Social Development 1 Council. Mr Dr Rcn-e.s also i.s a 1 member of the Parti Quebecois. Council member Clandeite i Biais said she telephoned Val- iieres with the first offer of HIP job. (lasion Ploiirde. manager of liie Canada -Manpower of- fice Valiieres inter- viewed by lii.s office, hut ''It's not us ulio made bis selection." The uith ihc offered it to hint and he qu.'lilied. We ucn'l create QUICKIV: C'r I ..IVM-I Ln-n ;n 1 .-c knil'm1' --uc.-ir -kirls. CO'lhinC I'.'illiTll Sizes. S. M. I, ir.rl. s K v F, N T i: i 'CoiiK fill- i-.-ich ni i nd .stilmps. lilr.Y-r. mix for fur first t l.i---, mailini! I ihii'ril ni l-rnn: S'i-i i-1 ,L Tfironiii U Oiiiiino ilic I'lid of March. I'nmn MinisItT John H CAMIAHV cd'l The Ili.s- :imiiim-H ,i Sodflv of Alliorl.n nauls ol Cniiiuliiiii Railway lo no in I open lo .scholars ['Ost office or- ,'ind hi.sloi clKirccs unlil :il. In re- ihc nn.iip'.s (.'Micral 'urn. he askcil employers ,-rnl delociiles nrserl tlic lo rofrani from m.i.kific; in .T presenlcd or -n-k'mn aw.-inls incrcnsKii; by Kdmonlon mcmhers unlil lime. The rufolulion n o I c cl CT1 A .Mai-rh .'ii, Marshall liail's eoiisinielion '-played n li'-'iiiMM-d new lo lull lai-ie part in Ihc selllemont and [lie mi a lopni, nl ol ucslorn Cun- als" li nn'i-d Ihc, i-ailroail lo I" enn.iir.u'o ils archives available arcro in economy and hislorians .so] l'i'-M_ i-milrl Mipporl a pie.M'ried for fulnre ncm-ra- lions .lames M. Parker of Kdmnn- 1 Ion re olcclod presiilrul j A rei-nnl s I n d n I s "f Hi.- sociely Ihe meel- ti-aininn in mcdieinc ihis me; all'-nilcd hy Inmi year in Ihe I'niied lhi> Caleary, Kdmonlon and I ehaplers. I ALL SIZES ONE LOW BLACKWALLS Reg. 29.98 to 34.98 Installed Installation Extra WHITEWALLS Reg. 32.98 to 37.98 Installed Installation Extra SIZES: F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 F78-15 G78-15 H78-15 BUY NOW! istolloljon can be done im- edintoly or Inter in the print] if you prefer. 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