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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LCIHBHIDGE HFRAID Wcdncicloy, March 11, 1972 rer in Hy r.Kl'X; MrlNTYKK Herald's Ottawa Uiirenu EDMONTON The health of the Oldmcin River has improv- ed radically this winter over last, Alberta psllulion control; director K. 1C. Kup-clumko said; in an interview. The dissolved oxygen content. of the river tins winter did not' drop below parts per lion. Last winter il dropped as Jow as '2.5 p.p.in., he said. Dissolved oxygen, Hie life sus- taining ability of a river, is j usually lowest during January Seek trucker in death mid February, the lime when water levels arc low and the river surface is covered with ice. 'Hie safe level is five parts per jiiillioH of dissolved oxygen. Wlien oxygen levels d Lppcd below Ihe safe level during tlie 6Alice in Wonderland' reply lo Canada espionage case oi' .man GUNN (CP) Police were looking for a trucker today in the death of Julian P e t u' a y a y s i n, ,17. of the Glenevis reserve near here. Petwaynysin was killed when struck by a truck Saturday while walking along a highway a half-mile west of Ciunn, the vehicle did not slop, Gunn is 40 miles west of Ed- monton. OTTAWA (CP) Justice Minister Otto Lang said Tues- day in the Commons that Can- aria's latest so-called espionage cn.se is based en a fictional ac- count, used in training material, j in turn was partly based} CLI fact. j Opjicsilion Leader Robert j Stanfiekl conimeJitcd acidly that Mr. Lang's statement sounded iike Alice in Wonderland or a government reason for its over- all record. The purported espionage case concerns an alleged Soviet agent rained Anton Sabolka who defected and then spilled the beans on cilier aliened agents. Mr. described the case as 'low-level espionage'' and said it cor--'3rned not so much a defection as effective security work. His statement tended to con- firm accounts that the case is based mainly on a dossier called The File on Anton Sa- bctka, an RCMP (raining man- uaI riistributed to goverumenL security officers in December as a profile on a typical spy. Mr. L-mg said tie would be glad to discuf.; (lie case pri- vately with leaders of opposition parties. Mr. Ktanfield sairt ho had re- ceived a brush-off on the malter Monday from Prune Minister Tnideau. Mr. Stan-field ssid he utnild be willing to discuss the case with Mr. Lang but without tying his own hands. He said he has not boon briefed on any security case by t ho govern men t since he b e- cams opposition leader in J967. The RCMP maintained offi- cial silence sbout the case. winter of 1970, pollution control officials after" Uuse re- sponsible for wastes from sugar refineries at Taber and Picture Dnlte and waste disposal foi1 the city of Lcthbridge, frr.-ci Mr. Kupt'hanko, head of the pollu- tion control division of the de- partment of the environment. All three sour-ces of water con- tamination have .since taken steps to cleanup, ho said, "This is th'j best condition the river has been in for1 a bug he said. "I'm really pleased." A report on water testing by the environment department at rivers throughout Alberta will be released by June, he 5aid. VICTORIA (CP) Premier A. C. Hcnnotl suggested Tiieschiy that .British Columbia may not attend any more con- stitutional conferences without a prior committment from Quebec on where it stands. Mr. Bennett's comment fol- lov.exi an announcement Mon- day iiy Alberta Premier Peter that his province I won't attend further constitu- tional talks until Ottawa .spells out provincial jurisdiction issues more clearly. Mr. Bennett didn't comment on that issue hut said B.C. had gone through two rounds of con- Jazzman dies NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) Joseph G. (Kharkov) Bommo, 72, one of New Orleans' lop jazz trumpeters and band leaders, died Monday. He was a member of the Original Dixieland Jazz Band. slitiitionnl Fulton-Fa- vreau formula and the constitu- tional to have Quebec veto each one. "We should not go into any further constitutional confer- cnccs unless Quebec ahead of limu is going to say where it stands and puls its name on tha dolled line because we've through this exercise and surely not a third Mr. Bennett said. Tim constitutional charter was vetoed by Quebec last year 1 after a Victoria conference) at which the document wets drawn PROVINCIAL FLOWER The pitcher plant is the floral emblem of Newfoundland and Labrador, ADVERTISING Are copywriters and nrltsts normaf, and whnf kind of onlics go on inside nn od agency? Get ihe answers first-hand from Jerry GooHis, one of Canadt 's lop creative directors. Read ihe excerpt from lifb book, "Havo 1 Ever Lied to You IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE AILING STRONGMAN Marshal Ion Nol, shown here nr a press conference March 13 he declared hfmself president of Cambodia, has emerged from a government crisis, reportedly physically and hurl verbal darts HOLI.VU'OOI) i APi Nt'Nt to the Kiinnyd and Golden Globes, Hollywood's most coveted honor probably is to br> 1 a m n o n i1 d or 'TOt'skd'' by the "It's an honor." Red But- tons explains, "because it means, 'You're r. helluva nice guy. V-'e hold you in hipli es- teem. Yon C.TII It '.veil as dish ii. out.' a fellow comic, Jack Carter once told .lack E. "You hnvf a Bonder fill s Ly 1 e. rnfm'iunatL'iy, it's mine." Ilenny Vc'.injjjnan told ari- utbcT "If you ever pleat! insanity, I'll back you up." STARTED IN CO I The F r i a r s, representing shov; nr.A allied pro- fessions, have IK-C-II ro.isiing. dinners and luncheons since 190-1 in New York and IJKii in Proceeds at to j a plrite go to charities. At once-a-year, all-male din- ncrs iii both cities, tiie shafts get so blue that Jack Benny will attend but no longer pnr- ticipate as a roaster. ''He says he can't compete with the a friend says. At other meetings, to which Friars bring their women, even the unkindest cuts are I sEill printable. The same sani- tized type of roast has come to ABC television. Sammy Davis Jr, be the pilloried guest of honor Wednesday night. March 2J. D.9. rail firm mav make run caturing fo-low mcmhcrs at HOW TO AVOID INCOME-TAX TROUBLES Lapf, year, more than one million Ciinadinns oirrjidid their incrjincj-tnxe.--, ;nid Eiad to wait, for ihelr refunds. This year, you cun save yourKnlt I imcr, inonoy and liy leani- 5iig the -six most cnnnnori Tons to avoid on your !D71 tax returns. April Header's uTtplalns the iart.s jintl falla- a ban I; chariiiible dona- iiiediral iax credits on clividencL-i iells you how to make [iropcr claims for dependents and ntlior i.'ix alluwaiicu-s. Read IIOWTO A VOID INCOME- TAX TROT JHLES nf 35 .'irlirlpj; .niul fc-nlures in April Keader's Gtt your copy lodr.y; I ralo Canada WASHINGTON (AP) Am- I trak, the U.S. National Railroad j Passenger Corp., said today it is making plans for the possible i inlrodueiion of service to Can- i ada and Mexico. j A spokesmsn said prelimi- nary negoliations are underway aimed at service between Seat- tle, Wa.sh., and Vancouver, Naw York and Montreal, and San An- tonio, Tex., and Nuevo Laredo. The of has a bill including million for these services for this year and through June 30 1973. Tiic senate com mere R com nii.tce now Ls considering the matter, Amtrak's next principal schedule changes arc due April 30 and June 22. If decisions ap- proving the new services were reached in time, the trains could start operating on those MAC'S CYCLE LTD. BICYCLE AUaiON SALE MONDAY, APRIL 3rd ut 7 p.m. TERMS CASH NO RSSE8VE AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. 6-MOTQRBIKES SO cc lo 100 <-NEW BOYS' AND GIRLS' BICYCLES including ipeetli 10 TRICYCLES 50 USED BICYCLES All shapes- All condition! SALE CONDUCTED BY KURtBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD, Phono 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S., Lethbrrdge AUCTIONEERS TFO NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lie. Mo, 41 No. 458 SIMPSONS-SEARS LEON RUSSELL And The Shelter People JOE COCKER 'With a Lillle Help from My Now you can get one of these Fabulous Records for our Special Spring Price NEIL DIAMOND "Do It" JOHNNY CASH "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash" Ar ELVIS PRESLEY "Golden Volume 4" THE BOB SEGER SYSTEM BEATLES "Yellow Submarine" THE INCREDIBLE ROY CLARK THE VOGUES "Till" DOCTOR DOOUTTU SOUNDTRACK BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS AND MANY MORE ASSOCIATION BUCK OWENS NANCY SINATRA FIFTH DIMENSION GLEN CAMPBELL MERLE HAGGARD CAT MOTHER AND THE ALL NIGHT NEWSBOYS THE SUPREMES AND THE FOUR TOPS "Dynamite" THE YARDBIRDS "Liltlo AND MANY MORE FRANK SINATRA DEAN MARTIN DAVE DUDLEY WAIKiKIS ROGER MILLER JOHN MAYALL QUALITY COSTS NO MORE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. lo 9 p.m. Conlre Village. Telephone 328-9231. ;