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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Jung 10, 1972 THE LITHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Greedy people needed in B.C. says Gaglardi VANCOUVER (CP) Pliil Gaglardi, British Columbia's minister of rehabilitation, said Canada Geese goslings killed WANTS TO STAY IN ISRAEL American gambling figure Meyer Lansky talks with bearded Israeli court in- terpreter Tn Jerusalem at of Supreme Court hearing on his immigration case. Lansky holds book, "The Crime Of Punishment." He is seeking to stay in Israel. His home is in Hollywood. Fla. He was indicted Thursday in New York on income tax charges. here the province needs Mr. Gaglardi told the greedy people. "Greed has been given to us national convention of the Ca- MARQUIS HOTEL BEVERAGE ROOM PRESENTS 'No. 2 North" THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS JACKPOT IN 55 NOS. IN IN 57 NOS. If no bingo coiled alter 57 nos., we will eonlinuet for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE SATURDAY JUNE 10-UPSTA1RS-CLIFFS COMBO SATURDAY, JUNt DOWNSTAIRS_VIBRATIONS FENTICTON, B.C. (CP) Most of this year's spring crop of Canada Geese has been wiped out at the Vaseux federal game preserve, appar- ently victims of pesticide. A fish and wildlife spokesman said Wednesday that 110 of the preserve's 150 goslings had been found dead, along with one mature goose. He said there was "high cir- cumstantial evidence" that the jirds died by ingesting pesti- cide that had been sprayed on Went to jail by mistake; wins EDMONTON (CP) Tloge Owen Williams has been awarded by the provincia government for spending 1 days in jail by mistake. Mr. Williams was sentence) Oct. 1970, on a charge G breaking and entering. The sen tence was dismissed when auth- orities discovered Mr. William had not been convicted of th offence. The provincial cabinet, In order-in-council, said Provin Judge Carl Rolf "was in error when he sentenced Mr. Wi iams on an assumption he ha n convicted in an earlie court appearance. LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 52 Nos.............. Game No. 1................... 50 10th Game Blackout in 57 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under T6 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in Ihe club room far members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities OCEANS APART- PORTSMOUTH, Englan (CP) The marriages of man sailors head straight for th rocks, says a vicar in one Britain's leading naval base. "Long spells of separation, ine iiable in naval life, cause tram diate friction in marriages Rev. William Sargant to Hoyal Navy chiefs in th Hampshire port. He plans start a marriage reconciliatio bureau in the town for sailoi and their lovelorn wives. orchard adjoining the lake. e said tests would be made Victoria, but no results could expected before next week. The goslings were about liree months old. May drop Zepplin ock shoiv VANCOUVER (CP) Direi ors of the Pacific National Ex ibition has decided to let cit ouncil decide whether the ne) -oc kconcert for the PKE biuld ng win go ahead. A special iii-camera counc meeting was to be held tod a o discuss the situation in th wake of a riot outside the Ro ng Stones' show here. Thirty-one policemen and lumber of young people we njured as a crowd of about KX) tried to gate-crash the co cert. The British rock group I Zepplin is scheduled to play tt Pacific Coliseum June 18. The PNE directors asltec Mayor Tom Campbell for L' special m e e ting to determi: whether the group should granted a performance licenc Aid. Marianne Linnell said t Led Zeppelin show should cancelled. "I don't think the poll should be subjected to th she said Wed nesd night. "And I think, given time, t young people who like attend- ing these concerts should bo able to discipline the others who cause trouble." Aid. Halford Wilson said tha concert should go ahead as ad- vertised. He said people attending the Rolling Stones show caused no trouble and the problem re- volved around hoodlums who show up at every demonstra- tion. adian Purchasing cut Association. Mauage- He said that greed, in the rm of business activity, has B.C. much of its mater- 1 advantages. The only tiling they can .ake out of B.C. is he lid, refer-ihg to foreign in- estors. "Government at al vels tax profits to death any- 'ay, so there's not much tha oes out of the country." Without greed, he said, there 'ould be no progress, no in entive to "build a belter Can da." Mr. Gaglardi also criticize he federal government for giv ng too much to eastern Can id a. "Nothing ever seems t jet past our Canadian Rock he said. However, he added, B.C could manage to take care ts own (business Mr. Gaglardi said the tax payer would1 not "share in ai )f the profits" of the propose B.C. Development Corporalio wliich would provide low inte est loans to secondary indu try.. We'll lend you the mone and you can get rich or broke that's up to j said. "We believe in private ente prise free enterprise British Columbia. We belie you have the right to get rii or go broke." Loses baud WINNIPEG