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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETMaSIOCE HERALD Tluiistray, March 23, 1972 OTTAWA (T> A mi pollution i i' closure of many i.'-J pulp and IKIJHT ii'iimnriit .Minister :ii.'I Tik'scJny. nit "probably nr.t matter fnc-j today, uill iH'cd LO !.'.i' slowly and put j llU'lll." lie to a Com-1 mon> ou.-ilnm'ht on I policy in field of pollution, i Opposition MEJs contended tliat ffiorls have1 nol "I'.'UjllS. Mr. iMvis said ilio polluter miijt pay "We however, pve him tlliH' JO I'ltMIl lip." This lake years in old i If older pulp and pa pet' mills, fur instance, forced In mod standards overnight "many Mould dose clim'U'1 and jobs be losl. "Wo have 1o bo frank about tins." he said adding that lli-o mills would he em-our aged to meet standards which ''the in- dustry agrees avo adofunte, to open I'nir KKD DEER (Cl'l Gov.- Uolaiu! iMidieiitT iuul his wife will be guests of huior at MIC Red Doer Exhibition July Ui-22. it was a n n n u n c e d Wednesday. The uitl the fair in the eeutnil AI- borta city July Id and will Hie- parade marshall. propriatc and not Uio onerous ill Itic cii-cumslanc-so.'1 STANDARDS HICINC Sl-'.T Mi1. Davis said Hie mcnt lias been "working closely with half a dozen major indus- tries" on and objectives on pollution control. Standards were being set ''which the indnslry concerned knov.s it can rr.ccl." The process miglil lake longer than Mi's would like to admit, but it was under way. Smallpox fatal BELGRADE CAP) One pcr- has died of smallpox, eight others are in an infccuoib di 1 hospital and four suspccl; are in quarantine, the Yugoslav ministry cf social labor reported Tuesday. Medical teams are in- r.L'lllaling the population of tlircc villages iii whicli the disease wis icpoikd BODIES RECOVERED AFTER AVALAN CHE Rescue workers bring a body down (rom Ml. Fuji after an avalancho killed 19 climbers. Police said another six are slill missing in the worst ejisasjer to hit the tourist attraction since World War I. ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL Presents the ALBERTA BALLET COMPANY Sunday, March 26th at p.m. Yafes Memorial Centre vigorous OTTAWA (CP) British Col- umbia enjoyed the strongest growth last the At- i U of C may clip into its j reserve funds j CALGARY (CP) If univer- sity of Calgary governors ap- prove 1972-73 budget figures, the institution will have to dip into accumulated reserves to meet expected deficits in the current and next fiscal years. Tile university expects to fall short iii the year ended Xfarcli 31 and in the following 12 months HK budget shows revenues less than expenditures of flic university would have to use its reserve funds because the Universities Act does not allow the institutions to deficit finance. The governors are to discuss the 1072-73 budget Saturday. lantic provinces the weakest in- the Canadian econ- omy as a whole began to ex- pand after its 1969-70 slow-down, the Bank of Canada reports. Writing in his annual report to the government, Louis Rasinin- sky, bank governor, said British Columbia enjoyed a seven-per- cent growth in total employ- ment during the second half of 1971, over the same period of 1970. Ontario, Quebec, the Prairies, and the Atlantic provinces ranked next, in that order, with the Atlantic provinces recording an increase in employment of about one per cent. New prince born NUIIKGEV, Holland (Ren- ter) Princess Margriet, third daughter of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, gave birth today to her third son. The 29-year-old princess is married to a commoner, Pictcr van Vollenhovcn. The new prince is (lie seventh grandchild of Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard and is eighth in line for succession to the Dutch thro up. U.S. member switebes sides WASHINGTON CRculer) Representative Ogden Reid of New York, a member of one of the oldest Republican families in the United States, announced Wednesday he is switching to the Democratic party because he cannot support re-election of President Nixon. Reid, 46, a liberal Republican, has voted with Uie Democrats in the House of Representatives on a number of issues. He said in a statement thai the Republican leadership is no longer in the mainstream of American life. EVIDENCE DRS'I'UOYED CAPE TOWN (Hcuter) A South African traffic policeman who stopixxt a car near here was baffled when two blacks jumped cut, poured gas inside the vehicle and set it alight. Po- lice later found several bags o( marijuana in Ihe burnt-out shell bill, by that time (tic men had escaped. YOUTH KOUNU f.UIM'Y PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP> A Tucson, Ariz., teeii-ager ac- cused of slatting a million-dol- lar fire at a fashionable Tucson hole! in 1U70 was found guilty Tuesday on 211 connts of mur- der. A Superior Court jury look less than 11 hours U> convict Louis C. Taylor, 17. SEASON" Medical Centre TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING FOREIGN WORKERS Foreign in Norway totalled at the end of Au- gust, 1971. ODAY UR1NG N THESE A-l USED CARS ALSO ON SALE! JUST INI SPECIAL! SPECIAL! 1967 RAMBLER AMBASSADOR NOW ONLY 1970 FORD GALAXIESOfli FARMERSI SPECIAL! V8 nu.o TRUCKI P.S., P.B., ,0'die. rcal 1952 CHEVROLET 2 TON cleon car wilh fatlory air Combinotion beet and condilioning. Buy now be- grain box and hoisi, cyl., tore spring and save S400. A speed, 2 speed rear axle, Reg .J3095 unit ready to NOW 4inoc INOVI ONLY .plU73 SEE THIS BEAUTY 1968 CHEVROLET 60 SERIES 3 TON Complete wilh box and hoist, V8, 5 2 speed reor axle, 9.00 x 20 rub- ber, ready (or the form, j NOW ONLY SPECIALI SPtCIAU 1968 AMBASSADOR DPL 4-door sedon, I owner. Approx. miles, V8, "uto., P.S., P.B., radio, Sac- lory air condilioning NOW ONLY 1968 FORD TON Long base, wide box, 6 cylinder, 3 speed. There are 80 bfg bargains waiting for you fo choosa from at Dunlop Ford as we go atl out to sell 80 new bsforo April 1. You save 6 or 7 times on the car of your choice. Check the largest Ford stock tn Southern Alberta with over 200 vehicles in stock or on the way. 1972 MAVERICK Bright lime in color, D-70 lires, 302 V8, 3 speed 4 floor shift. Many other Ford Better Ideas. 80 SALE PRICED PONTIAC 2PIU.2-J.D, HARDTOP T Only 1964 Model I 2 x 2' 2-door hardfop, V8, With gas heater i Aulo., P.S., P.B., ,adio, HURKYJ HUfiRYl 51895. SEE THESE NOW! j NOW Ctisck This Dunfop Ford Demo, 1972 CUSTOM 500 2-dr, Mop., Vfi, ou1o., lone silver and blatk, t radio, power sieuring oitd brnkes, bfock i hcatrir plus many other extras. Was S5193 new, i Reg. Demo Special LOOK WHAT A MONTH BUYS AT DUNLOP FORD 1972 Ford Cuslom 500 4-door Sedan V8, auto., P.S., PDB, rear defogger, power (ruck release, lutone paint and many other Ford better ideas. Rclail 34996.80 Pluj Your Trocle OR Mctverick 4-door. 6-cyl. aulomatic, tulona paint, blk. heater, while wali, wheel cover and many olher Ford Better Ideaj, Retail Your JT250 Trade See our large slock rj faelory fresh units WE NEED YOUR TRADE NOW IT'S LIKE BUYING DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY 1972 PINTO 1600 cc engine, 4 speed, floor itiift, buckof seals, w.w. tires, block heater. 80 SALE PRICED or only 5259 down S72 par rnonlii W.A.C 1972 MUSTANG Ermine whlre, 6 cyl, 3 speed, buckets, bloeV healer, wheel covers. BIG 80 SALE 15 1969 LTD COUNTRY SQUIRE SEDAN V3, oulomotK, P.S., P.B., radio, roof rack. Your choice 6 or 10 passenger. SPECIAL! 1968 PONTIAC SEDAN V8, automatic, radio, real clean, only miles. Reg. NOW, ONLY 1970 TOYOTA CAROLLA 2 door, 4 4 speed, bucket seats, stereo tape. miles. OPEN HOURS: Workdays 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Salurcloy 9 a.m. lo S p.m. Illllllll Corner M.M. Drive and 76th Ave. S. Phone 328-8861 nun ;