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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHDRIDCE HERALD Friday, Mny 12, 1972 May 18 deadline for briefs on new Surface Rights Act EDMONTON" "T> Citizens wishing lei sulmnl briois the legislature's standing commiilix1 on law. law iinicnd-mcnls and regulations, said Ilic liricfs must he in liis hands in Itoom of Hie legislative building, no later Ilian May III. The new bill, which has been given first reading by Iho legislature, would replace Ihe [light of Entry Arbitration Acl in protecting the surface Alhcrtn properly owners. When lie inlroduced Ihe new legislation, Agriculture Minister Hugh Ilorner siu'd il will apply Ihe principle that an operator jntiat make a reasonable attempl lo notify a person who cither .'ivcs on or owns land before entering the property for any purpose, but particularly in the ease of survey. ALLOW CLAIMS The bill would allow all outstanding claims under the Surface Reclamation Act and Uic Public Utilities Board lo bo heard by a new seven-member surface rights board. There would be an annual review of board orders and a of surface leases every five years. Dr. Ilorner said a new Ex- inR Alli'Tlii's [imposed new Surface Art have unlil Thursday. May ill. Ki so, foininiltuc chairman Husly Zander announced in Ihe Legislature. Mr. Zander. Ilic Progressive Conservative member fur Draylon and Canada c in gap U.S.. lhc hank's largest single propriation Act due next year contributor, and Latin Ameri- will be companion legislation can members. i for the Surface Rights Act and The senator pointed out that j "complete lhc job of establish- a number of steps have been ing the rights of property own- lionship with Latin America.! taken lo carry out thc multilat-' ers in the province." Senator Paul Martin told bank, oral facet of Canada's Latin i Mr. Zander said copies of governors here American policy, including: I [he Surface Rights Act may be Martin made. Ihe observation: -Establishment of a formal j obtained from the office of the In delivering Canada's maiden tjlc, Orgamzalion of clerk of the legislative assem- QU1TO. Ecuador Canada's decision lo join the Inler-American Development Bank reflects dck-rminalion lo close the gap in Canada's rcla- speech before the IDB. Lalin I American States by virtue of America's leading lending stituljon. of which Canada came a member May Canadian admission to perma- nent observer status. membership In the bly, Hoom 313, building, Edmonton. legislative WEEKEND SPECIALS ON SALE FRIDAY 6 P.M. TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY ROSE BUSHES 'Redi to Plcinf Reg. 87c SHADE TREES Crab 1.33 BELFAST STORE BLASTED Flames light the huge clouds of smoke pouring from Belfast's biggest department store, (he Co-operative Store in York Street after guerrillias had blasted Ihe building with a 50-pound gelignite bomb, which sparked off the huge blaze. Al least 19 persons were injured. 2-PIECE FLAMINGO ORNAMENT SET Lawn or Garden Rugged Plastic Reg. 3.39 "RAIN WAVE" OSCILLATING SPRINKLER Conlrol Pattern Selector Reg, 5.94 .96 illii: ti iiiuiiiiji'i i _ IT _ _. His address opened the Ihird 1 Pa" American Health Organ- j t'OlltVols n day of the meeting, attended by an" estimalcd SO persons, inclu-; for member-! ding delegates from Ihe 24 ship in the Inter-American In- mcmber nations, observers and slilutc of Agricultural Sciences, special guests from Japan and -Exploration ot thc pros- Western European nations. peels of membership in the In- "The business of this ter-Anicncan Indian Inslilulc Says Crime investigation opens Martin said, "is development. Canada also has brought into and it is as partner in develop- hemp a bilateral program of i ment that Canada has opted for technical assistance lo Latin the privilege of full member- American which, Martin said. ship will co-operate in the areas of Canada's entry as Ihe bank's i agriculture, fisheries, forestry, first member which does nol; education and community de- also belong lo lhc Organization velopment. of American States is expected i to pave the way for member-1 VISIT ship by oilier non-regional countries including Japan and! BELGRADE (API Real- Western European countries. Admiral S. M. Davis, head of The neu- member also is ex- i Hie National Defence School of pected to serve as a use-1 Canada, has arrived here lead WASHINGTON (AP) A litle in thc racing association. Michigan slate investigator! Al1 amcns six Tuesday told congressmen pn ing infiltration of the Mafia inlo professional sports that a De- I their illegal activities and asked Piersantc if organized crime i has in Detroit sincc "10 SHEEP HOSE -50-lb. bag CO -Covers 200 sq. ft. long -Heavy duly Reg. 4.96 W LONG HANDLE GRASS SHEARS -Lightweight M fijt fu NOSE SPADE Shorl handle 09 -Easy grip Reg. 4.26 W -Reg. 5 59 llied Mafia moved to the race i attorney-general office, said the Hazel Park race track near De- M moderator in the sometimes ing a group of cadets who are stormy disputes between the on a study tour of Europe. iroil racetrack Hie muK.. "dommatMlj Piersante said Piersante answered that II i slale officials have not been has increased He said illegal Bui (lie investigator. Vincent. ahlc (0 provc anv illegal activ. Piersante of the Michigan ;tv at DEPRESSION Depressive illnoss has caused more suffering than any olhcr disease. Nobody can escape it completely, and it con hi! iu victims again and again. In Weekend Magazine lliis Salurday, Myron Wilson writes about the problems and the Be sure 1o read this interesting article. IN YOUR LETHE-RIDGE HERA-D WEEKEND MAGAZINE gambling in southeast Michigan is now estimated by state offi- Rcpresentative Sam Slciger, j cials as being a million a (Hep.-Ariz.) said liis under-1 year business compared lo S1DO troit -is one of the best-run; Etandillg is are' million lo S175 million two or tracks m the countiy.' usjng iiazci Park as an to I tnrcc }.ear5 ago_ "The point is that it has be- come a symbol of what UK maj- esty of organized crime can ac- complish in this country." Piei-sanle was the first wit ness as the House select com- m i 11 c e on crime began a month-long probe of racketeers' alleged involvement in horse racing, football, baseball, has. I kctball and hockey. j Piersante said three of Hazcl Park's officers and stockholders have been publicly identified as undcrhasscs of the D e t r o i I IIIHICI nOX-iL.) U1L- u L- L O I I Mafia which he said runs prosti- j than a month ago Prime Minis- I almost onl-of-lhis-world dcvelop- I mcnLs we should give northern residents a few basic Ihincs OTTAWA A hllle more as KOCK] medical and edu-; Ily PAUL JACKSON lU-rald Oll.-nva Illu-c.tu tution, the numbers racket, bcokmalcing. loan sharking and ter Trudeau sent the imagina- tion of Canadians soaring You arc cordially invited la atlend the firsl com- plete Lethbrldge showing of A. B. Dick Duplicating and Copying Products. We will be demonstraling Copy Duplicating: Fea- luring Offset and Copying Equipment. There will also be a showing of Spirit, Mimeograph, Collator, Folder, Table Top Offset one] other products. In attendance will be Mr. Hedley Marshall, Branch Manager of A. B. Dick Co., Calgary, Alberta. DATE: May 16th 17th. PLACE: C. A. Looker Office Equip. Ltd. 250-13 St. North Lethbridge, Alberta TIME: 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. oilier illegal Micliipan. NAMED TI1IIEK MEN1 activity in "lower ne revealed his vision of a ininale charged n DRUMI1ELLER ald Karpenko. 33, an inmate nf Hie Drumheller Correctional calional facilities. Robert Thompson, the Con- s c r v a t i v e member for Red Deer, Alta., has been trying in I mind-bogging transportation thc 0, i syslem in lhc North. rrom lho gov. Mr. Trudeau said he was nol criimciil. on how Ihe northern s going to be financed closely Ottawa is going lo work with pipeline transmis- sion companies on the mailer. He hasn't been able to receive much information. D. S. Harkncss (PC-Calgary Centre) has suggested that the Royal Canadian Engineers be placed in charge of the road project. Mr. Trudeau told Mr. i Harkness, who has quite a mill-' tary history behind him, that he did not Ibis possibility had been considered before. Hov.-evcr, [ho prime minislei FOLDING FENCE -While -10'xlB" -Reg. 2.38 ZELCO LANCER LAWNMOWER .77 1 -3'' h.p. cul position hcighl adjusler 69M MONTHLY 1 CAR TOPPER BOAT -Tri.hull Fibreglasi -12'x5T beam....... MONTHIY BRADFORD TENT TRAILER Free, set of mollrcsses wilh purchase. Chargo it r j ii n j Jin. i i iiu HUI eriimon He i d c n 1.1 f i e d the alleged f Mafia figures In the coinmille. u t thai angd c as. Anthony Zerilll, president bmions I of the Hazel Park Racing Asso- of doUars riw.arf the cialion unUl his resignation last achievements a c c o m- wrck; John Tocco executive pushed Ijy Canadians, vice-president, and Dominic KA le o[ ,alcr lhc Con-ado, tor whom he gave no primc minislcr annollriced lhat part of (his northern vision, a Il.W9-mile Wglnvay link along the Mackenzie Valley costing between S75 and S100 million, 1 would get under way Ibis sinn- mer. I Now. however, some people in Ottawa are starting lo question Mr. Tmdeau's vision. Naturally SLEEPING BAG Raysheen Ouler Shell Heavy dufy zipper Reg. 6.77 .97 ZELCO FOAM MATTRESSES l for camping Reg. 7.97 .77 10 SPEED BICYCLES tires Centre pull caljper brakes Fenders 14 FT. CANOE Grcon, Red, Brown, Black -Fibreglciss........ 55 MONTHtr COLEMAN COOLER Mela! construction Q4 -10 ql. capacity 1 tfi'34 -Reg. 25.97 I 2 BURNER CAMP STOVE Bunrs Colcman Fuel gf Qfl or Naphlha -Rpr. 17.96 i said he would pass on enough, they lend to be from tlon Mj Hin flntTf-iclli-.il nnv inc _ _ the Opposition parties, institute, will stand trial nexl' Paul Yewchuk, lhc Progrcs Tuesday on a charge of wound-! sive Conservative for the ing wiLh intent. Alhcrla riding of Athabasca, He elected trial yesterday has serious doubts that Mr. Tru- out a preliminary hearing. dean even believes his "mind- vision come Lo Karpenko, was charged after another inmate Ralph Kowal- pass. chuck, 23. of Edmonton was' The 35-year-old doclor Ftabbwl several timra in his; siiRReFtod lhat hofort? stavl iippci1 body last month. pumping billions of dollars into Edgar Benson. Many of the questions from Conservative MPs seem to indi- cate doubt on their part o[ ade- quate planning by government departments lo back up Mr. Tnidcnu has said about hi? ;1 s i northern vision. However, Robert Simpson i has been lold that the nortliern superport Mr. Trudeau included in thc devel- opment is not likely lo Ix; Lha of Churchill, Man. i Mr. Trudeau saw the norlhcm port extending l.he present sliip- ping season from 85 days lo days a year. However, be told (he Manitoba MP, Ihe port he had in mind would serve Hie! Pacific Ocean and points we.sl ralher Ihan Ihe Atlantic and poinls cast. FEATHERS fantastic: Three Feathers. Only Three Feathers blends a light {our year old with a smooth mellow eight year old. Join thc light brigade. PARK TILFORD ivill dip. on holiday weekend OTTAWA Snfcty Council s.-iid Thursday more Ihan 65 Canadians will die in aiitomohile accidents during I the Vii'loria Day holiday week- end Ihi.s year. P J. Farmor, ex o i: 11 I i v r. director of lhc council, said in a slalemcnl thai speeding, liiiljvu- ing, ilrinkiiiK and driving and nre Iho. main causes of! higliway acridonls. The 711-honr holiday period slarls at C p.m., Kriday, May Hi and onds al midnight, May 82. Ahonl people were killed in Iratfie aecidcnl.-s dnrini: Ihe last in Victoria holiday weekends 24" FOLDING BAR-B-QUE BIG GOLF DEAL Includes -7-piccc club set and bag wheel folding cart _. __ _ _rf. CHANDELIERS AND CEILING FIXTURES 2 SEATER LAWN SWING 1 ONLY EMERSON 19" BLACK WHITE TV 6-PIECE TEAKWOOD DINING ROOM SUITE 1 ONLY SANYO SOLID STATE TUNER 1 ONLY DISHWASHER 1 ONLY 5-PiECE STEREO COMPONENT SANYO 15" COLOR TV Player-Tuner 2 spcnkers, table Reg. 5296 1 ONLY BRADFORD AM-FM PORTABLE RADIOS 1 ONLY McCLARY 24" ELECTRIC RANGE Zeller's County Fair Locnlcd in 'icIliVr Shopping Onlm on Mayor Mngrolh Open Dnily 9 n.m. lo 6 p.m Thurlrlay and Friday 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;