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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1MI milHRintiC IIERMP Thunday. Fsbrunry It, 17H dumping }e ordered A f ns .T hyprodiicL of n.'iMir.'il Sulphur isjtlic1 pnui! fell Lo 50.41 ;i Km ihi' Tinted July frnni a Lou in -liimi- r.-ni'v Mo.sL I'.-S. prodm-linn i.-. llic- i; i) n n r i- (1 j more c x p c n s i v e nu'lhnd of j frascli. in which hoi i> niun Milphur, pumped down ;i IIOIL' in the Lrj! and the1 sulphur ''ini'U.s" and conic.1; to Ilir turlui-t1. The chariie was brought Duval C'orp. :il Hit- lar-' 'f'fxas. whidi also paUiii IMM--I decide operaLions in are If so VAK1) .MFASlKr; Measurement of Uir of sul-; originally was hai-cd on the ihs- i'! llu1 I'.S. is lance from ilic tin of the t'1 In Alberta, j Lhc end of the oulsLreidii'd ;inn ( sulphur i and hand. Sou Hi west Teachers Convention In Conjunction With CABLEVISION Arc Pleased To Present Her Honor Judge IVlarjorie Montgomery Bowker Courls Division Fdmonion Addiessing the 1972 Teachers Convention "Tlie Oldest Classroom Of All The Home" ON CHANNEL 2 Thursday, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. rluiirnum appointed CAUjAKY ICP) Dr. Sic-, (I. Peik'luni.s, an cconom- 1 from I he University of Cal- J 'Uaiy, has been sck'eled chair- man of (i conciliation commil- K c iTvicwiim a contract di.s- puU1 hot ween Ihree true-king companies and tr.e TemasLcrs Uoprcsentinc the compa lies (in I li o IhiTc-nu'iuhor b >nrd uill Neil V. Gernan, a Cal- lawyer a n d resident, of li'.i! Canadian Chamber of Com- merce, u'ilii Joseph tlorrl of Vancouver Teamsters Local rcprc.scnlinn the union. Talks bolweon the union and .Canadian of Cal-. L'.'iry, Millar and of Cranbrook, B.C and L o i s c I T r a n s po r I a lion of Dawson Creek, B.C., broke off last month. The conciliation board rec- pinmenclaumi is required he- lore n slrikr vnlc can be tiikcn among Hie 37o lenmstcrs contract Drr. .Main is-ucs 'irr l.ho hiring nf nwncr-fippratnrs the (cam- i Mt-rs say undermine contract iv 3 g P .s, pay bracFiLs, wages and hcallh coverage, ui- J eluding a denial plan. are urged to unite DL'lil-: lilasls Mnnclon OTTAWA (CP) Public Works Minister Jean-Elides Dube loday urged Francophone minorities in Canada to lighten (heir relationships wilh each oilier. strongly criticizing Monc- lon, N.B., city council for refus- ing to recognize Hie rights o[ its French-speaking citizens. The New Brunswick lawyer told the Ottawa Richelieu Club that hilingualism will survive in Canada, especially at Ihe fed- eral level, due lo federal bilin- gualism legislation. "This, however, docs nnt ncc- essnrily mean that Ihe silnation is uMlcjr ideal control and thai the Francophone minorities out- side Quebec can enjoy equal rights everywhere in Canada." In Monclon, Mr. Dube said, where per cent of the popula- tion is French-speaking, ''the municipal council refuses sys- tematically even lo set up a commillci1 lo siudy the possihil- ily of inlrodiicing some liilin- guuliMii at city hall." ICXIJKKS KdUAUTY Bolh Ihe federal and New Brunswick governments have se! cul bilinpinlism as an objec- tive lo ensure equality for all he said. [Kiw a (imiiicipal council, for reasons hard lo undcrsland, decKh'S to treat a lllird of the piipiilafi'in as second class citi- zens Such a decision goes apiinst the most elementary principles of justice." Mr. Dube, former veterans af- fairs minister in the federal cabinet wlio took over Lhc pulilic works porUolio this month, is Uie only Frcncli-spcafiing ncl minister from outside Quohoc. lie represents Hesli gouclie in (lie Commons. ONE OTIIKIl SUCH NATION He said Uic only otlicr counln1 in the world to have holh French and ICnglish as ofricial ]anguagc.s is (Jin tiny Afric-an countiy of Cameroon. In that] country, French predominate, because "IJie Fi-aucopJionc Afri- cans are superior in niimh'.T and hold the economic power." "Tim language of Ihe fittest is always the best, it seems." Mr. Dube said it is more diffi- cult to save French language' and traditions outside Quebec. flcnce, "there is much more1 irienl in remaining a phone in Campbclllon or IJath- ui'.sl (N.B.) Mian in Chicoulmii or Rimouski iljue.i." W i t h o 111 Quebec, however, ollic'r I'YanfOplioiie miuorilics, would have a limited future, Dube said. Refugees return MCW DKUIl (AP) Of (he 10 million refugees who flocked to India from former East Paki- slan, only 1.2 million remain in India and only of those, are in camps, R. K. Khadilkar, minislcr for relief and rehabili- lalion. reported here, lie said be expected all Ihe refu- gees lo relurn (o their homes in Bangladesh by the end of Feb- ruary. WORLD OF SHOES FINAt 3 DAYS HAPPY BALANCE OF WINTER BOOTS SELECTION OF SHOES Reg. to 26.00 NOW SPECIAL SELECTION OF At NOW ONLY SEtECTION OF S Broken linps and to 25.00 NOW SPECIAt SELECTION OF SUEDES-LEATHERS COLORS .98 PAIR See our new styles for '72 arriving Daily Won.. Tues., Wed., a.m. to 5-30 p.m. Thuri. 9 n.m tn 9 p rru Fri. and Sot. 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. 317A 6lh ST. S. 1972 Rhodes scholar i selected McKcnxic, prc5idrnt of Ilic I'nivorsilj o[ Allxiila Stu- rlciiLs1 t'nion. been iifiuiod llliwlcp Srhol.'ir, i I', spcrctnr, of roninirlirr .'iiiiirniiH'erl hrrc wnrlli nhoul Vi.diiri year, will allow .Mr. .McKcmic years of sLndy at O.xford UnK crsiiy ui England. Ten Canadians are selected annually in Ihe Rhodo.s com- Ur. 1'" 'M- AlbfTlf Tlir sch Oil company lo hum spill TilDMONTON (CT Impc- rial Oil Lid. will br allowed lo bum off ihe remains uf an oil .-.pill about L'O miles wcsl. nf h c r c. Alberla Environment Minister Bill Yurko announced t-Klaj. About barrels of oil spillc-d r1 January 1971 and Mr. Yurko said in a pre- pared si.aleincul that Lhc com- pany has recovered nil but 500 barrels. T h e remaining oil covers four fierce which wiU bo bum- 1 in tmall seclioni. After Lhc burning, the company will re- claim seed-the land, said Mr. Yinko. The smooth taste ofqualily that is unmistakably ScagranVs. Seagrams FIVE STAR Canada's largcsUsclling rye whisky. Blcnfoland boUJcd ly Joseph E. Scnnam Son's Ltd., Walcilno, Onl. 1972 Meteor Rideau 500 1 Door HnrHlop. 400-2V, au'omatic, H.D. ha1- li carer, c Ice ftc rear de- i rosier, fender power brakes, power neering, radio, Ml wheel discs, W S.W. Point- ed bright green gold wilh preen vinyl roof. Demo Slock No. 2089................ ever it takes, we give you a fetching figure During our Clearance Solo, we figure to have the customers coming and trie cars going You tell us when monthly payments should begin 4 Do 1972 Monfego MX Pillared Hardtop. 351 2V, utom i, h foe t heater, remole conlrol ror. power brakes, power sleering, body radio, H.D. elecirital sysicm, court fry ride, package, Hear moh. W Painted beautiful meaium brown. Demo Slock No. side crosi S.VV. 1972 Cougar 1 Door Hardlop. 351 _ 2V, oulomalic irons- mission, H.D. bol'ery, block heolor, Jin led windshield, pownr broken, power rndio. qriup floor rr.olj, r.rl rjnlH w, (I, vinyl rnDf ?-lrxl' Mo 1971 Volkswagen Super Beelle 2 Donr. J spee 1970 Musfang 2 Door Fastback, New 351-4V radio, low mileage one owner..... 1970 Toyota Mark II 2 Door Harcftop. 1900 cc cngins, automatic transmission, (ape deck, air conditioned, full wheel covers. Canary Yellow. 1969 Chev. C30 1 Ton 1972 Meteor Rideau 500 1 Dnnr Horrllnp. V.'iMi .100 ?V, rjuinmnii- W.T, nnnnnrrlllcr qrnllp, HD 1970 Meteor Montcalm A Door 390 V-3. aulo mnlic fronsmission, powpr inn. power brakes, ralio, Body s.drj i" color. 1969 Dodge folorti 500 J Dooi Hnrdion power Ijro I'lHiO, Hnr 1969 Ford Galaxi" 500 4 Door Sedan. 390 V-8, aulomatir transmis- sion, power sleering, power brolcei, radio, Skyvjew Blue in color....... 1969 Chevrolet Impaia 1 door hardtop, V-8, oulomotic, radio, P.S., P... dark brown in color. 1969 Plymouth Fury 1 4 Door Sedan. 313 V 3, aulomalic transmission, power sleering, radio, maroon in color. 1968 Buick le Sabre Custom 4 Door Sedan. -M5 V.3. oulomalic power powrr brokc.s, radio, medium metallic blui 1967 Chevrolet Impaia 1967 Ford Custom 4 Doot Sedan. V-8, aulomolic, radio. Tu lone bluo wilh while too. 1966 Volkswagen 2 Door. 3 ipeed transmission, radio. Grey in cdor......... 1965 Mercury Parklane Convertible. V-3, outo- malic transmission, power steer- ing, power brakes, radio, power roof, red in color. 1965 Lincoln Continental 4 Door Sedan. V.g, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, radio. 1972 Ford F 250 V-3 rt iDrrd nil" il 'ory mites. 1970 Ford F350 .160 VB-, A ipccd IrorwnisBinn. ii-lrrori, 12 II, wilh haul. 1969 Ford FIDO V 5, nutornahc Ironsmission, 1968 Volkswagen flio, Pint in r'.. r p radio 1968 Mercury Parklono Dror Harcflofi. V t1. automatic power brokcv radio. W.5.W. Gold in rnlor..... 1969 Ford F100 1969 Ford F250 Vi ion, V-fl, blur. 1972 Montego GT 7 Honl Ifr-Olujrk 7V rj Tl I- I'-J'M IvirLnl will, ril floor r.ountiy nrlf; pockorjB nnrl niony morn Moroon in rolor. nomo Slock- No. 2178....... COLLEGE MERCURYS EXCLUSIVE SAFE BUY GUARANTEE. ;