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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE lETHBRIOet HERALD Tueidny, 57, 197J Trudeau backs West farmers CRASH KlUS NINE A fireman battles a fire which broke out after a twin-engined plane crashed between two houses in Winnipeg, killing the pilot Wilbur Scoit Coughlin, 47, of Erocklehurst, B.C., and eight Indian high school students who were heading to their northern Mani- toba homes for a summer vacation. (CP Wirephoto) Cardinal bids for Indian post EDMONTON (CP) Harold Cardinal, former president of the Indian Asso- ciation of Alberta, says he in- tends to run again for that of- Ballard trial is adjourned TORONTO (CP) The fraud and theft trial of JIaple Leal Gardens President Harold Bal- lard has been adjourned until July 11. Ballard is charged in connec- tion with the alleged misuse of Gardens' funds. There have been four weeks of evidence submitted by the Crown and today was set aside for wit- nesses to be called in Ballard's defence. A spokesman for defence law- yer John J. Robinctte said more time was required. fice at the association's annua meeting this week. He resigned in December af ter a prolonged battle betwee tlie association and Indian A fairs Minister Jean Chretien Mr. Cardinal had said Alberta Indians were being punished be- cause of "personal animosity between Mr. Chretien and him self. Mr. Cardinal, 26, said in interview LhaL if elected would make sweeping change, in organization and policie dealing with Ottawa. Under his guidance the assi ci at ion's relationship with th department of Indian affair would be limited to permit I dians complete control ove their communities and lives, move would be made to becom allies with industry and tl provincial government to d velop a "healthy relationship. "If industry meets the labi requirements, it also gives i the opportunity we need' in em ployment and other economi opportunities." n LOOK OUT! In Weekend Magazine this Friday, Graham Bard el I illusl rates some of the mfnor disaslers thai can occur opening such "eosy to open" items as beer cans, milk cartons, end frozen food-. Some wilt nc doubt be familiar. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE By I'AUL JACKSON' Herald Ottawa Burcni! OTTAWA In a wide-ranging itervicw with a mass circula- on U.S. weekly news magazine rime Minister Trudeaii has as- ured the American people that here will always be a special nd close relationship between le two he also ressed Canada's determina- on to controlits own economic nvironment. And, in the copyrighted inter- iew with U.S. News and World uri, uie piiuiti minister rged Washington not to harm Vestern Canadian grain farm- ;rs by giving American fanners infair subsidies to combat the export market, anri he insisted hat he had never seen a "corn- Jelling case" for joint dcvelop- nent of Canadian energy re- sources. Other major points of the ;our-page Interview: is not a serious problem in Canada and the Canadian government is certainly not anti-American. U.S. government should not use long-range tools against Canada so that we are always in a deficit trade position. most important natural resource of any country is 'brain Liberal government Is dedicated to combatting Quebec separatism and its bilingualism policy is a major weapon in this regard. SERIOUS COMPETITOR Defending the Western Cana- dian grain farmer, the prime minister told Nathan J. Margo- lin, head of U.S. News and World Reports's Ottawa bureau, Iliat he was sure the U.S. gov- ernment's new relations with China and Russia would make the country a serious competitor of Canada for wheat an! feed grain sales to the Communist nations. Said Mr. Trudeau: "The United States is a serious com- petitor whenever it sets out to be one. There's no doubt that U.S. agriculture is a potential competitor of Canadian agricul- ture." However, the prime minister stressed that the Canadian gov- ernment and the Canadian farmer is prepared to meet the challenge of American agricul- ture just as it is prepared to meet the challenge of American industrial exports. But, in a word of caution, he said: "We just hope there will be no unfair subsidies or sup- ports to any industry. The Cana- dian government cannot com- pete against the American treasury. The Canadian farmer cannot compete against the American treasury." In a relatively short exchange on the subject of joint U.S. Ca- nadian exploitation of this coun- try's oil and gas resources, Mr. Trudeau says: "I have never seen a compel- ling case made that Canada would benefit by what you call joint development of Canadian energy resources. As head of this government, I'm more con- cerned with pursing Canadian goals in the energy field. If what we do turns out to be help- ful to other countries, so much the belter. 70 will die in holiday accidents OTTAWA (CP) More than 70 people will die in traffic acci- dents during the July 1 holiday weekend, Phil Farmer, execu- tive director of the Canada Safety Council, warned today. Mr. Farmer advised motorists to use their safely belts, to maintain the proper distance from the car ahead and to wait one hour before driving for each ounce of alcohol ingested. Montana horses to Alberta to become dog food, glue GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) More than 500 head of Mon- tana horses were on their way to a Canadian packing plant today to be slaughtered and converted into dog food nnd glue. "People get upset about horses being killed but never give a second thought to the same thing happening to cat- said William P. Jacobs, Ihe livestock buyer who is mak- ing the shipment. "These are old and crippled horses that turn up at auctions or are offered for sale by private lie said. Jacobs, who has been a dealer in livestock for 40 years, does his. main business in cattle with transactions of more than million in 1971. He also sends between and head of horses each month from his Great Falls cor- rals to Alsak Processors, Ltd., Edmonton. Jacobs buys horses from throughout ine state, then sorts them, retaining healthy slock for saddle and pack animals. "I get a lot of complaints from individuals who feel that horses should be kept and fed lie said. "But they sure change the subject fast when they are asked to buy one, take it home and keep it." For whiteness depend on CILUX TRUTONE White. Dollar for dollar your best Paints JOHN FORREST COLOR CENTRE Pain'i and Wallpaper 321 5th SI. 5. Ph. BEAVER LUMBER _ TV 3'd Ave. ond 17lh St'. S. Ph. LUMBER PRODUCTS LTD. COALDALE PHONE 345-3085 WHT-RE YOUR DOttAR BUYS MORE OF WHAT YOU'RE SHOPPING FOR SHOP AT YOUR A R P FOR ALL YOUR VACATION NEEDS TOOTHBRUSH SUPER DISCOUNT MAGNETIC FLASHLIGHT Batteries Extra SUPER DISCOUNT ADORN HAIR SPRAY 13 01. Sugg. Retail SUPER DISCOUNT ].59 COUNSELOR BATHROOM SCALE r Q5 Sugg. Retail 8.95 DISCOUNT PRICE KODAK POCKET 1NSTAMATIC UNION CARBIDE GARBAGE BAGS 1 O's SUPER DISCOUNT 49 WONDER SOFT BATHROOM TISSUE SUPER DISCOUNT KODAK INSTAMATIC 22-95 BAYER ASPIRIN SUPERAiSCOUNT 59' NEW STAYFREE MINI PADS 10's. DISCOUNT PRICE------------ 39 SYlVANIA FLASH BULBS AG1B DISCOUNT PRICE Magicubes DISCOUNT PRICE .77 ].99 JOHNSON'S 9 OZ. BABY OIL DISCOUNT JOHNSON'S 14 OZ. BABY POWDER DISCOUNT PRICE..... SALE DATES: JUNE 27-JULY 3 IF YOU WANT TO SAVE ON YOUR DRUG STORE NEEDS, LOOK FOR THE PHARMACY BEARING THIS SIGN It stands for Associated Retail Pharmacists owned and operated by an in- dependent druggist in your community: bringing you courteous, professional service at savings everyone can use. Shop our great Spring sale starting today. Consult the yellow pages for the ARP Pharmacy closest to you! BOYD'S PHARMACY ODDIE'S CENTRAL DRUG TABER 223-2245 HIGA'S PHARMACY PINCHER CREEK 627-3195 QUINN'S DRUG STORE MllK RIVER 447-3687 LINGARD PHARMACY STUBBS PHARMACY LETHBRIDGE NORMAN'S PHARMACY m Dt" Park Avenu> KIMBERLEY 427-4544 ;