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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26-THE LETHBRIDGE June B.C. miners plan Martha Mitchell was Hunters may find herds thinner protest on bill 'political prisoner' VICTORIA tCT) The government's controversial mineral royalties legislation persons injured Two Lethbndge residents were injured in separate diitumobile accidents in the Wednesday Ruth Anne Wakehn, 24, of 2034 19th St is in satisfac- tory condition in St. Michael's Hospital following a motor vehicle accident at 7th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive She was in collision with Ddvid Scott Russell, 19, of Milk Mr Russell has been charged with following too close There was damage Thomas Jesse Wilde, 14, of 1806 20th Ave A S. received superficial injuries to his knees and right wrist after the motorcycle he was driving was in collision with a car driven by Robert E Faulds, 27. of 1127 28th St S There was damage and the acci- dent occurred at 9th Avenue and 13th Street S cleared the last major hurdle in the legislature Wednesday, only a day before a mass demonstration by miners against the bill is scheduled. About 500 miners who claim their jobs are endangered as a result of the bill which they claim will force many mines into the red are expected for the protest meeting on the front lawn of the legislative buildings. Mines Minister Leo Nimsick is to meet with them. Opposition MLAs fought the mineral royalties act to the end, moving numerous amendments and forcing time-consuming formal standing votes on some sec- tions, but by 5 p m. the bill was through. New Democratic Party MLAs thumped their desks and applauded Mr Nimsick. The minister came outside the house and told reporters it was "a good day for British Columbia a good day for Canada because we are paving the way for other provinces to Follow." SEAWEED CONSUMED In many areas of the world seaweed is used as organic fertilizer and food. NEW YORK (AP) The reporters who broke the Watergate story said Wednes- day that Martha Mitchell had been held "a political prisoner" by agents of the Nixon administration. They also said that her es- tranged husband, former at- torney general John Mitchell, was just a "reluctant par- ticipant" in events leading to the Watergate burglary of Democratic National Head- quarters and the resulting attempted cover-up. "I said Mrs. Mitchell when Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward of the Washington Post said Mitchell was not a "zealous initiator" of those policies. Bernstein and Woodward were guests on WCBS-TV's Pat Collins Show, which Mrs. Mitchell is co-hosting this week. Bernstein said the two had checked out Mrs. Mitchell's story of being manhandled, thrown through a window, given shots by hypodermic and taken to a hospital for treatment by Herbert Kalm- bach. at that time President Nixon's personal lawyer on June 18. 1972, one day after the Watergate break-in. "What Martha said happen- ed to her in California was really Bernstein said. "She was held a political prisoner." Dog dies as kennel burns A fire in Hardieville today resulted in the death of a dog and did damage to a kennel. The dog and kennel were owned by Clifford Dudley of Hardieville. The fire ap- parently started from burning barrel sparks Cheques lost Some cash and 86 blank cheques was taken from the Alberta Sugar Beet Growers Association Office, 417 3rd Ave. S., Tuesday. There was no sign of forced entry into the office or into the cabinet from which the cheques and money were taken City police are investigating. fktrk lor Ihem Luscious Drin'b Moving vvi'hsoc icalc-rt aplomb by 'Jay i t m Long planning ;ha1 mak< anr3 dollar for Praclicaiiy we-lrw m The number of sportsmen allowed to hunt antlerless elk in Southwestern Alberta will be limited for the first time this year to avoid the possibility of an excessive harvest. Fish and wildlife authorities in Edmonton indicated a short supply of antlerless elk Wednesday as one of the major reasons for the restriction of hunters' numbers. Through the restriction, fish and wildlife officials hope to improve relations between landowners and sportsmen in the region. Residents holding regular elk licences who wish to hunt antlerless elk in Big Game Zones 9. 10 and 11 will be required to apply by Oct 1 for permission to hunt antlerless elk. Kills must be registered at a fish and wildlife office The season is scheduled for Nov 19 to Nov. 30 Dr Allan W arrack, minister of lands and forests. said Wednesday that Albertans will be limited to two regular big game licences for either deer moose or elk this year. He said severe winters of the last two years have reduced herd sizes resulting in a need for a general cutback in the length of seasons for most big game, particularly deer and moose Dr. Warrack said the severe winters also resulted in a reduction by one in the number of licences the individual hunter can hold this year There will be no season for German parliament annuls Pact BONN (AP) The West German parliament ratified a treaty today normalizing rela- tions with Czechoslovakia and annulling the Munich Pact of 1938 In a ballot along party lines, the Liberal-Socialist coalition deputies voted approval of the treaty and the opposition Christian Democrats voted against. Passage of the treaty marks the final step in Bonn's Ost- policy of reconcilia- tion with East European countries begun by former chancellor Willy Brandt. Bonn now has diplomatic relations with all Soviet-bloc states Recognition at ttie ambassa- dorial level was exchanged with East Germany on Wednesdav female whitetail and mule deer this year in central and northern Alberta, with the exceptions ot a bow and arrow season in Wildlife Management Unit 410 and in Big Game Zones 8 and 16. In Southern Alberta, where there was a mild winter, there will be a one-week regular season in Zones 9, 10 and 11. For the first time, residents and non-resident Canadians who kill antelope, trophy sheep or a grizzly bear will be restricted from obtaining a licence next year for the species. Non-Canadians will be restricted from hunting each species killed for four seasons should they bag a grizzly bear or a trophy sheep. Non- Canadians are not allowed to hunt antelope. The dates for special license drawings have been set for Aug. 2 for non-trophy sheep; Aug. 23 for goat and antelope; Oct. 4 for Camp Wainwright deer and Nov. 1 for Management Unit S416-418 elk NOTICE CHIEF MOUNTAIN GAS CO-OP LTD, MAGRATH AREA APPLICATION NO. 7857 W4M R30R29 R28 R 27 R26 R25 R 24 R23 R 22 R 21 .R 20 R19 R18 T9 AREA TO BE SERVED WITH NATURAL GAS CHIEF MOUNTAIN GAS CO-OP LTD. WHEREAS the Energy Resources Conservation Board has received an application for a permit from Chief Mountain Gas Co-Op Ltd for the construction of certain pipe lines in connection with a proposed gas distribution system in the Magrath Area as shown outlined on the attached map and WHEREAS the Board intends to issue a permit to Chief Mountain Gas Co-op Ltd for construction of the said pipe lines and WHEREAS the Permit to be issued will limit construction of the proposed pipe lines to lands for which the aopncant has obtained a right of entry by negotiation with the land owner THEREFORE TAKE NOTICE that the Board will consider objections to the construction of the proposed distribution system, if such objection is filed by a person having a bona fide interest in the matter with the undersigned. On or before July 5 1974 Copies of the plan showing the proposed distribution system will be available for inspection at the following locations Municpal D'strict of Cardston No 6 CARDSTON Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board 603 6 Avenue S W Calcary Alberta T2P OT4 DATED at Calgary. Alberta on June 14 1974 N A Macleod. Board Solicitor 603 6 Avenue S W Calgary Alberta T2P OT4 J98 or money refunded Simpsons-Sears Slore Hours Open Daily 9 30 a m. lo 5 30 p m. Tnursday and Friday am Jo 9 00 p m CenJre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 There's one great reason why Acadian 400 is becoming so popular. Flavour! JOB R C A N A 0 I AGED ;