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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2S LETHBRIDGE HERALD March 1971 Elk railway legal battle continues MUG RETURNED ESHOWE South Africa AP An inscribed silver mug given by Britains Queen Victo ria to Zulu chieftain Ceiewayo in 1882 has been returned to the The mug was lost after Cetewayos death in but by a Zulu OTTAWA CP The troubled history o the proposed Kootenay and Elk railway enteicd a new phase here with a detailed legal argument intended to show that no constitutional obstacles stand in the way of im Jack Alley o counsel for the Kootenay and Elk Railway told a Cana dian transport commission hearing the company has been legally incorporated in British Columbia according to powers allotted to the provinces under the British North America Jumbo jets prove white elephants WASHINGTON AP The jumbo once heralded as the airlines has become a large economic headache for the already financiallypressed Though more people are trav No tax increase in budget FREEERICTON CP New Brunswicks new Progressive Conservative government brought down its first budget predicting record overall capital and current ex penditures of 5 million and a surplus on current account of No tax increases were fore Total current and capital ac count revenues in the 197172 fis cal year are expected to reacr million for an overall deficit of How offset by sinking func earnings this would be cut to thus increasing the provinces net debt to The tabled in the leg islature by Finance Minister JeanMaurice predictet current expenditures of million and capital expenditures of million for Current revenues are ex peeled to be Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS MULTILUX lling by the increase in ir traffic hasnt kept pace with le space available on the Joeing now often thing only it per cent of their 360 eats The in searching fcr n have turned increas ingly to such as rip ing out seats in the rear com artment and replacing them vith a standup bar for Last American Airlines eceived permission to convert he back end of the plane into a 7seat lounge with standup for coachclass firstclass passengers in the 74 mve had exclusive use of an upper deck lounge all American said the 747 faces a crisis in passenger appeal and must be made more Northeast which acks told the Civil Aero nautics Board it is being clob rered by the 747s of its New YorkFlorida East ern and National Ye Doth have complained of de creasing passenger Imperial Bank assets climb TORONTO CP Canadiar Imperial Bank of Commerce re ports first quarter assets u million to millio compared with the first thre months of presiden said the balance of revenue din ing the quarter declined in com parison with firstquarter 197 when the increase was quii The bank reports total reve nues increased by million t million but expenses ros million to Balance of revenue aft provision for income taxes wa milliondown millio or 26 per The hearing was adjourned until Thursday when it is expected final arguments will be The current turmoil results from almost a full year of deliberations by Kootenay and Elk and the firms last ap pearance before the commis sion in The matter first arose when Kootenay and a subsidiary of the owned Burlingtor Northern and Crows Nesl Industries applied to the commission to build a second I coalcarrying railway in The proposed railway would any coal from Natal in outheastern to n the It o u 1 d he picked up in Roos ille by Burlington Northern or shipment through the nd back into to be picked p by vessels in the superport t Roberts This method of shipment be in addition to CP which now is the only ne carrying coal to the Vest Coast for shipment to Kootenay and Elk made its pplieation while challenging he transport commissions ight to hear the The firm argued that it was incor jorated operated was found recently million plant set for Empress j it j i nf ihp nlan EDMONTON CP A million gas processing plant is planned for the gov ernment announced The a joint 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