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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta me LCI Delay could kill gas line OTTAWA delay in he hearing of an application o build its proposed natural 'as pipeline from Alaska .hrough the Northwest Territories and the Yukon might mean the line will not be Canadian Arctic Gas Pipelines Ltd. said Tuesday. Give Mom A Gift Certificate for Materials etc. and let Mom choose her own Gift Certificates available for any amount We are dealers for the fabulous Bernina Sewing Machines. Ask for a demonstration. Centre Village Mall Phone 328-4536 delays in conducting the formal hearings may imperil or even kill this chief counsel Michael Goldie said at preliminary hearings in which the pipeline company is seeking a right-of-way in the Canadian Arctic for its line. The hearings are being con- ducted by Mr. Justice Thomas Berger of the Supreme Court of British Columbia. He is to report to Northern Affairs Minister Jean Chretien on terms and conditions that might be applied on any licence that might be granted for the right-of-way. Mr. Goldie took exception to suggestions from native groups and the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee that Judge Berger should wait at least one year to hold his hearings. FOR GREAT from the CINNAMON CINDER In Centre Village Mall ALABASTER Candle Dishes 00o with ball candle. Reg. Special PERFUMED WAX-FILLED GOLD A Apothecary Jars 950 Special We Have The Best SILLISCULPTS Tear gas outlawed July 1 OTTAWA The gov- ernment will outlaw small cylinders of Mace or tear gas sometimes purchased by women as a protection against Justice Minister Otto Lang announced Tuesday. tear gas or other such plus sprays and powders capable of immobilizing or otherwise in- capacitating a will be outlawed as of July he told a news conference. On that date they will be placed on the Criminal Code prohibited weapons list and will be available only to law enforcement agencies. Mr. Lang said .purse-and pocket-size cylinders of the gases are becoming easily available and might be used by criminals. On balance it would be better to withdraw because of the inconvenience and difficulty they can cause if they fall into the wrong hands. Mr. Lang also announced the cabinet has decided thai wiretapping legislation passed at the last session of Parliament will become effective June 30. VALUb A special purchase from a leading Can adian manufacturer fashion and comfort dll at low. low prices Whiles away the time Justin son of the prime whiles away the time while his father speaks in the House of Commons on a non-confidence motion prepared by the opposition parties. Justin sat in for part of his father's speech but became restless. His nurse took him out of the galleries and they waited outside the prime minister's office. Metric system delayed hot pants set s a to stay cool in our super tiot punts set Polyester knit and Arnel jersey in H variety of styles and cool summer colors in plains and prints Sue 7-15 skirt sets Skirts are O'l the upswing and this pair with toppers fur lolal lashion success Great choices too' lioundstooth. small checks in Arnel jersey 7-15 all you really need WASHINGTON The House of Representatives rejected for the time the use of the metric system of measurement in the United States. By a vote of 240 tp the House defeated a bill calling for a 10-year voluntary conversion to the metric measurement system and the creation of a board to oversee that conversion. many congressmen said they voted against the bill because they objected to the procedure being which did not allow any amendments. The procedure also required a two- thirds majority for passage of the bill. Many members said they fa- vor amending the bill to allow the federal government to compensate workers forced to pay for new equipment because of the metric change- and the bill may be brought up again in the House later this year under procedure which allows such amendments. A government study three years ago recommended the changeover so U.S. exports would not be at a disadvantage in the majority of countries which use the metric system. In S. M. Gossage. chairman of the Canadian metric said delays in passage of U.S. legislation may have little or no effect on conversion to use of metric measurement in Canada. He said U.S. industry is pro- ceeding with conversion and not waiting for legislation. government use of metric would be a major factor in conversion and delays would result in a less balanced program. 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