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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tutulay, June 12, 1973 THE LlTHBRlDGE HERAIP IS Environmentalists win big victory WASHINGTON (AP) A deadlocked United States Su- preme Court handed environ- mentalists a major victory to- day by upholding a lower-court order forbidding any substan- tial degradation 'of clean air. The 4-to4 deadlock does not settle the issue on its merits, but rather upholds the U.S. Cir- cuit Court hsre which had ruled earlier that federal law prohi- bits substantial new air pollu- tion in regions where the air is still clean. The deadlock was made pos- sible because Justice Lewis Powell took no part. No reason was given for his absence from the case. MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE The case had been brought to the Supreme Court by a govern- ment appeal. The government had main- iiKd that the ruling would strangle economic development in low-pollution areas while making pollution more difficult to combat in areas where it was already a problem. The Circuit Court suit was in- itiated by the Sierra Club, the Metropolitan Washington Coali- tion for Clean Air, the New Mexico Citizens for Clean Air and Water, and the Clean Air Council of San Diego County. When the court divides equally on an issue, no opinion is issued, nor is a breatatewn given on the vote. The court action shifts the buniai back to the U.S. Envi- ronmental Protection Agency which presumably now must get to work fashioning radation' standards. for FATHER'S DAY Choose a pair of Hi Fashion Shoes from our selection SEE Open Thursday HI) 9 p.m. MflRflMJO i i .ri WORLD OF SHOES 317A STREET S. DOWNTOWN Clean bill of health A Moscow Zoo health service specialist gives Curly the pelican a spring check-up recently. Everything seemed to be just ducky. _________________________________ Watergate defendants pay said 'White House projecf WASHINGTON (AP) Her- bert W. Kalmbach was offi- cially quoted today as saying payments made to defendants in the Watergate bugging case and their lawyers were a 'White House project." Kalmbach, President Nixon's former personal lawyer, solic- ited from the Finance Commmittee to re-elect the Preesident on June 29, 1972, for an urgent project that he said "had approval of high author- the committee said in a report to t he federal General accounting office A spokesman for the com- mittee confirmed that this is the same sum Kalmbach had previously told the GAO he in- cluded in payments to the Wa- tergate defendants and their lawyers. In all, Kalmbach solicited and paid for this purpose, but only came from Maurice H. Stans, chairman of the finance committee. DIDN'T REPORT The committee said it never had reported the expenditure publicly because Kalmbach told committee officials it was unre- lated to the election campaign. But the committee said it was reporting this expenditure along with others about which questions have been raised in recent months, in the interest of full disclosure. Neews reports have said that Kalmbach is ready to testify that he solicited the Watergate CNOHCE CFUBLICCHEARINGS ONCIANDCUSE OUMANCRIVERCBASIN Hearings will be held at the Crowsnest Consolidated High School Auditorium on Monday, June 11, 1973, commencing at 10a.m. Hearings will be held at the Yates Memorial Theatre 10th St. and 4th Ave. on Wednesday and Thursday, June 13 14, 1973, commencing at 10 a.m. Grande Prairie Smoky River Basin Cache minton Edmonton Athabasca River Basin SPECIFIC PROPOSALS TO BE HEARD WILL INCLUDE: Castle Mountain Resort White Spruce Development West Castle, Frank and Livingstoni Falls Youth Hostels North Saskatchewan River Basin Mountain House Bow River' iCalgary CONSERVAIION AunjoRiiy Oldman Crows .Nest flLethbridga money on instructions of former White House domestic adviser John D. Ehrlichman. These re- ports said that Kalmbach said he balked at raising more money when asked to do so by- former White House chlef-of- staff H. R. Haldeman. The Nixon committee report to the Gao said that on June 29, 1972, Kalmfoach had asked Stans for "all possible cash furslJ'' to be given him for the urgent "White House project." Ontario plans legal aid program TORONTO (CP) The On- tario government may make le- gal aid available to people earn- ing as much as a year as part of a legal aid plan fi- nanced by interest from law- n' toust accounts. Attorney-General Dalton Bales said in an interview Sat- urday that even these people live from "one pay-cheque to the next" and should be entitled to help in the face of unantici- pated criminal or civil court "Legal fees can be a real bur- den to people in that income Mr. Bales said. Aid will be in the form of loans as with low-income citi- zens for whom the plan was originally designed. WINDOW AWNINGS {Rooms can be kept up to 15% cooler in summer. YOUR CHOICE 3 DIFFERENT TYPES FIBREGLASS All sizes to fit your windows. 6 permanent decorator colours. VENTWOOD Available in 2 sizes: 5 step 18" projection; 8 step 26" projection. Wood slats are attached to metal brac- kets. Can be painted any desired colour. ALUMINUM Custom made to fit your windows. 8 baked on decorator colours. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO MEASURE YOUR WINDOWS AND QUOTE YOU PRICES INSTALLED. ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. YOUR PIONEER LUMBER DEALER SINCE 1925 Cor, 2nd Ave. -13 St. Lethbridge Phone 328-3301 fx A diet of dust, beef and beans sure gave a man a leathery thirst. And the best way to quench it way-back-then was Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. It still is. For nearly half a century we've brewed It slow and easy for honest, old-time flavour. It was his style then, it's your style now. Round up a couple tonightl TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE PROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIP6I ;