Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
LOWER LAKE LOUISE VILLAGE Public hearings were held at Calgary into plans for a million development of Lake Louisa in Banff National Park. The developers. Imperial Oil Ltd. and Lake Louise Lifts ltd., have produced the above model of tlis Lower Lake Louise Village. Freed killer charged TORONTO (CP) Tlie man who admits killing a Toronto (ailor but cannot he charged W k f m C T IAST CHANCE! LAS VEGAS TOUR March 20-26 Contact: STEVE KOTCH PKono 327-3536 with Hie crime will he charged instead perjury, York Crown aUomey said Saturday. Frederick Stephen GushuR, 24-year-old transient, admitted the 1967 slicotmg of Morris May- ?el in Friday in the course of a trial on other charges. Under Canadian law, a man cannot be tried for the same crime, and Gush- ue was acquitted of the Mayzel killing by an Ontario Supreme ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to all my customers and friends that I am retiring as the deafer for White Farm Equipment in Lefh bridge. At this time may I express my sincere thanks to all my customers for their faithful support. It has been a joy to serve you these many past years. A new dealer will be appointed in Lethbridge and I solicit for them your continued support. The new "WHITE LINE" is building for a great future. Thank Yon One and All! J. A. (Jim) NORRIE Court jury in December, 1967. Crown Attorney Peter Rick- aby said G u s h u e will be charged with perjury, which carries a maximum sentence of 14 years. Mayzel, 66, was shot to death during a robbery attempt in his cast-end tailor shop. Gusliue pleaded guilty Friday to robbing Mazyel. He was sen- tenced to a (olal of 15 years, of which five were for that rob- bery. Monday, Moich W2 THE UIHBSIPGE HERALD fi ins icinoiiuut flCKALi NDP brief opposes Lake Louise plan CALGARY (CP) Plans for a million resort centre al Lake Louise in Banff National Park should replaced with llic development of campsites and low-rental accommodation, the Alberta New Democratic Party said Saturday. The NDP was presenting one of the last of 450 briefs to he heard at three-day public hear- ings into the proposal where op- ponents of the scheme have out- numbered supporters by about The NDP brief said the devel- opment would be "despicable." The project, "would violate es- tablished parks policy, too great a threat to the ecology of the region aJid be aimed at the wealthy or athletic young, rather than (he average Cana- dian.1' The brief, referring (o Impe- rial Oil's 50-per-cent ownership of (he corporation (hat proposes to build (he resort, said that to permit such development to pro- ceed "under the auspices of Standard Oil of New Jersey, Im- perial Oil's parent firm, 'is be- neath contempt." The government should de- velop camps and other facilities in (lie park itself to ensure pro- per preservation of (he natural environment, the brief said. Other briefs Saturday sug- gested that Village Lake Louise, the proposed development, be UNIQUE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY WHITE COCKSHUTT DEALERSHIP FOR LETHBRIDGE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE REGARDING: BUILDING REPAIRS MACHINERY For further Information wrlfe WHITE-COCKSHUTT FARM EQUIPMENT Box 1120, Colgory, Alto, or phone MR. O. P. RIFFEL 268-3453 situated oulside the park. One bid for such a re.sort came from Golden, B.C. Briefs supporting the project argued that all Canadians, not just wilderness enthusiasts, should have access to the park. Skiers said that Uike Louise has Uie best skiing conditions of the region. The Lake plan u-ould include facilities for about 10.0CO persins of all three phases are buiit. Included would be an upper village Catering mainly to skiers and another centre valley door with more hotel and motel accommodation, re.sort facilities and stores. The federal tourism office supported the project earlier, saying it would create 1.452 man-hours of direct conslruc- lion work, generate million of income nationally, provide 2.208 man-years of employment annually and Iiclp bal- ance of payments hy making more Canadians ski at home. It said the proposed develop- ment would reduce "certain un- desirable characteristics of Ca- nadian seasonably problem and the 'Rose-Marie' image which Canada has for many potential tourists." Village Lake Louise is not in- consistent with federal parks policy end it will "greatly in- crease Banff National Park's ability provide the federal office said. II. Gordon, chairman of (he hearings, told the audience that the sessions were not "window dressing" and agreement on the project was not n "fail ruvom- accomplished Calgary Mayor Itod had appealed for suspension the hearings in a telegram tn Prime Minister 'lYudtau. "Appearances indic-ac t h a I Hie iK'ariiigs are being con- ducted by a jury of civil serv- ants, silling in judgment on their policy." he I The mayor asked that a hcar- ing be resumed with a commit- fee of "informc.-i and com pie WT iridepi-ndent Western CanaVi- Mr. Cordon, senior assistant deputy minuter ol (he mom of Indian affairs and norlht'rn development, told tw I bearing there was no guaran- teed agreement ami thai opin- ion? voiced at the sessions would, indeed, have an the government's final deci- 1 s'on. Oddities in the N cws PORT MORESBY (Rcuter) The case of the red buxes and I lie man who claimed he was dead was bizarre. Police told the court at Mounlhagen, in New Guinea they had investigated the racket of selling red boxes. Those who bought the boxes were told to bury them in the ground, dig them up laicr and tliey would he full of money. Actually, they always turned out to be full of stones, and had (ricked out of about Charged with fraud before was Waga lie Hie court he could not be held responsible because he was really dead and only a spirit. Tlie court decided (fiat Nu- h i s serve six months in prison. to pay a small deficiency as- sessment." Walters laid an interviewer here after a speech at the Commonwealth Club that his chance .s of being audited again this year "are pretty gocd." But (he t-.p U.S. tax collec- tor isn't nervous about it, say- ing: "No taxpayer should really object to being audited. After it's done, you know that what you've done is right and correct." 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