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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ________________. Thursday, March 23, 1973 THt LETHBRIDOE KERAID 19 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE Impounded In Ihc pound kept by AV TownshTp 21, 1 two old gilding, cream In color. Impounded from Mo Hally School District. For furl her In- Formal ion phone 327-VI2a. MSS NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In Ihe matter cf the c( DAVID ROSS A DAMSON, lale c1 1he Clly cl LefhfcrJdgc, In Ihe Province cf Alberta, Retired, died m Ihe 5th day c A spirit attack on the Liberal govern- Brxnvn filed the action in com-1 of anger and suspicion has re- j monl would be its "lack o( mon picas court against the j placed the "euphoric spirit" of j frankness in its dealings with Dow Chemical Co., BASF centennial year, Opposition j the Canadian and his Wyandolte Corp. and Dow Leader Robert Stanfickl said promise to the people will bo Chemical of Canada Ltd. Wednesday night. tin1 restoration o[ confidence. Brown also asked a perma-'' "Tiiero is uncertainty as to Policies had to be adopted nent injunction lo keep the liiree j our goals; there is uncertainty that appeal to the irjitia- firms from discharging mcr-ias lo the methods of achieving j live of Canadian businessmen to cury or mercury1 compounds j whatever goals we decide on; encourage employment and into Ohio waterways. and there is even uncertainty as said million would to the strength of the fabric that strengthen Canada's position in work! markets. ce used to remove or render j is binding our country to- A Progressive Conservative harmless the mercury in the he told a S100-a-plale i government would fight infla- lake and its tributaries. Progressive Conservative but not at the expense of Another million was asked. ner. jobs, adjust old-age pensions to i for compensatory damages for) There is "a high degree of compensate for rises in the cost j past, present and future dam- suspicion among farmers and i of living and trim the fat from ages to Lake Eric, the natural ranchers" and .suspicion in Al- government spending, he said. environment, fish, wildlife, veg- herta that the province's inter-1 Karlier. relation, citizens cf Ohio and ests in natural resources may [three-day damage to the states economy. The million would be sold out. Mr. Stanfield, tour of Western Gan- oid a news conference "What I am saying is lhal i Canada should try to persuade punitive damages for must be a real pariiciua- i the United States to postpone a iilfiil, wanton, intentional, ina- I lion on the part of the province ile-isiu-i on a trans-Alaska pipe- EDJIOKTON (CP) Two of; Canada's social of pensioners and rehabilitation be tackled through a sin- _______ ___ gie federal program, Solicitor-! disregard of ths rights of the i made or negotiations that affect licious, reckless and persistent any and all decisions that are General Jean Pierre Goyer says. The cabinet consider in two weeks a plan whereby certain prisoners serv- ing sentences in federal institu- tions would be let out to line citi'zcns and inhabitants of'it in the field of energy. And, the suit said. It asked that is a commitment thai I is expected lo j lhal ths companies pay lawyers' j would give you now if I become chemical companies in the U.S. I Mr. Stanfield said Canada Supreme ourt in 1970. The Sa- must emphasize Canadian par- with elderly people, the minister prcme Court ruled the suit had ticipalion in its own economy CHAIN CARGO Bulk grain up ths larg- est portion of cargo htr.dled through the Superior port of Thunder Bay in 1971. NEW BUILDINGS The city of Montreal issued building permits in 1971, three less than in 1970. YMCA five kills four NEW YORK (AP) Searing flames swept Uircmgh a hallway of a big m i d t o w n YMCA Wednesday night, killing four persons, injuring 29 and causing hundreds lo flee to tlw street in panic. Aerial ladders were used to rescue 22 persons clinging to ledges, window sills and, in one case, a chimney to escape the intense heat and swirling smoke at (lie Sloanc House YMCA on West 34th Street, a 14-storey building witli rooms. said. The prisoners would have to find jobs and would return to tlie home of the elderly people in the evening. Most elderly people arc not able to work and they often need a supplement a 17 income Mr. Goyer (old the Jolui How- ard Society. "And most of the inmates _ __ never experience a warm mil- flowed into Lake Erie ieu a warm, family life-style B said He said money would be fees of Ohio sued the same i prime minister of Canada." three i .MUST MEAN STRENGTH been misfired. rather than holding back foreign The attorney-general accused jinvestment; and Canada had to BASF Wyandofle of 5Ure anJ' il Mich., oi "continually, intcn- would strengthen Canada and tionally, knomngly and in con- compromise unity by hurt- of the of Ohio, inE rcE'onal interests. Michigan, United Slates, On- Conservative leader tario and Canada, for several not to years" discharging mercury tcr Trudcau c 'into the Detroit River. Some of ounjwst the mercury, Brown said, ct Prime Minis- off Die hook of his saved because it costs between tnd lo keep a man in prison Tor a year, and pen- sioners "obviouslv" wauld not S'amia, Ont., has discharged mercury into the St. Ciair River "No mailer what he does, I j am going to make it my busi- ness to remind the Canadian people about his failures. Fail-. ures in the management of the Canadian economy; failures in receive a week from the "e ILWW government. United Slal AAfnirvT VAT KVT Canrda actions AMOUNT NOT SET It had not been determined how much the pensioners will receive. "The population is increasing in the penitentiaries at the mo- ment, particularly in the ern the minister said. ''Hie easiest solution is to build new penitentiaries but I do not accept this as the most pro- gressive way. Lake Erie, he said. He said Dow Chemical Co. of .tes controls Dow since IMS. Sane has flowed into ficld of nationai lmity. and above all failure in leadership failure to give even a hint of the direction he sees this country proceeding in. Mr. SLanfield said he wiH at- tack the Liberal government for "its cynical attempt to trade off unemployment against inflation in a public relations fight (hat ended up giving us the worst of both worlds." "Just as the boy is father of the man, so the past record oE a is a clear indication of its future competence.1' >ns and is responsi- ble for the alleged mercury dis- charge. The suit said the mercury has contaminated Lake Erie fish, 'flic state banned commercial fishing in Lake Erie in April, 1970, and continues a parti al ban after confiscating thousands of pounds of fish. This ban, the suit said, resulted in economic damage to the state and less of revenue. Mr. Stanfield said his main Socred bolts parly ranks VICTORIA (CT) Don Mar- shall. of the British legislature for South Peace Ftiver, Wednesday an- nounced his resignation from (he CITS'. Party and llis inlcntion to sil in the house as a nH'm'x'r of the Progressive Conservative Party. Th? 49-year-old farmer said with the Social Credit pivenimenl's agricul- policies and ils lack of industrial incentives for the Iniii'iessman in B.C. primary reasons for his decision. He will join Dr. G' Scott Wal- lace, the member from Oak Bay. as the second Social Credit mcmlx-r who has bolted party ranks lo join the Conser- vative party in B.C. The Con- servatives have now two mem- bers in the legislature. HEAD-TWISTERS Tlie bird men of African Guinea, members cf a secret so- ciety of acrobatic dancers, are admitted lo the group only if tliev can their heads a full 180 degrees. FREE! FOR THE KIDDIE'S BALLOONS AND CANDY CONTINUES AT OUR NEW 317 5th ST. 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