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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 HIE UTHCRIDGt HEEAIO Saturday. Moy 20, 1772------------- 'ress Council 'ornieil. by newspapers concluded nv aban- 'I'. An Tribune. Ilcd Dcc-r Advwiilr Ihc-y nrc icil has Urn and Medicine Ilii! is tlu- (limed. oj .seu-n j in Western Canada. Tin1 Press in I IIP prov- i papurs have a combined cirui rrprcseiilalivi .limed Friday. I latiun o( il will deal uiLii complainU Md.aiirin of }V Lhc lhc Prcss Balcliclor, retired chief city ami will serve as a link between commissioner of Calgary; Ken (hem. Tlie council alsn puanl Council's public nlalives arc: W. U. C. (leBalinhiml, a retired banker from Red Ocer; Dudley Hanson, Im.sint'ssman and cbair- man of I lie board of (jramlo auainst inrriiiRcniniis of press regional college: Tloy freedom ami restrictions in Uu> f jamha. president of the Alberla free flow of information. It will; Federation of l.aboi- from ErJ- also aim lo encourage high; monton: and Robert Porter, a standards of journalism. rniinul. hy [Cd .irande I'rairie Herald Hie council lias no slatuiory power and is not a court, but iL WANTED LIMITED NUMBER OF HOMES THAT NEED CONSTANT PAINTING! GUARANTEE Panlhrr BltJrj Sup Box 4i, Lolhbriclg cimr, nn1- numll'M) Ltd., Herald. rancber from the Medicine Hal area. The press representatives mil hear cases and report us arc. j K Bower, editor, conclusions. Sponsoring news-- Uccr Advocate; Olive El- papers have agreed lo publish reporter, Edmonton Jour- all decisions in cases involving nal Bin associate edilor Ihr-ir newspaper, Calgai-v He-aid: Clarence Hrr- grievance against a spoil- ingcl. manager newspaper will be heard Medicine 1Ia( NQWS; wn. by the council unless the com- ,iam (BJ11) plaiuant has pven the news- HeI.altl.Tribu innrr an upporlunily to satisty the complaint. DOESN'T HAVE VOTK The two Alberla newspapers Executive secretary is Parker not involved in the council arc Kent, retired associate editor nf Calgary Albertan and Lcib- Calgary Herald, who will mil bridge Herald A complaint have a vote, ayainht cither will be forwarded The council will hold an or- lo them by the council. If lhe ganizational meeting this sum- newspaper wishes the grievance mer and begin lo function vSepl. lo be heard, the council will i. hear it. Otherwise, no further Formation o[ press councils, action will be taken by the free of government involve- council. mcnt, was a major reeommen- An individual who seeks a j rlalion of the special Senate hearuijr musl waive his rights !o: committee on Ihe mass media, legal aclion, including libel. published ils report in against the newspaper. The December. 1970 council won'l deal with a com-; Seven daily newspapers in Ou- plaint if legal proceedings are [arj0 llave a council and instituted or threatened until mc Quebec although it is not yet active. A roniinunily council was estab- lished last year in Windsnr, Onl hy Windsor Star. There is one state-wide coun- cil in the Vniled Stales fomied s flee to Canada? BRITISH ARRIVE Chieftain tanks and other equipmenl have arrived in southern Alberta as Ihe British Army prepares for Iraining exercises al Suffield, a military area 25 miles norlhwest of Medicine Hat, The British have arranged to use the Suffield range (or a 10-year wffh froops sh fn and ouf for sfx-weefc framing sfi'nfs. The Chieftain lanks, 26 in all, are valued a I each. The exercises are scheduled lo begin early next monlli. WOUCESTEIl, Mass. (API Speculation arose today that two masked men who stole four paintings valued al more lhan SI million from the Worcester Art Museum could have (led with them into Canada. The Worcester Telegram said it checked a number of customs bureau offices Thursday and discovered that although Worcester police circulalcd a country-Hide all-points bulletin after the theft, the word for some reason never reached cus- toms officers al border cross- ings. The newspaper said the Worcester police description of the thieves, their getaway car and the four by Cisugiiuj and OIK each by brandl and did not reach the international police Washington office, or nearby border stations of the IICMI'. The stolen paintings were The Brooding Woman and Head of a Woman by Gauguin, Mother and Child by Picasso and Rem- brandt's St. Barlholorncw Art experts said all four are so well known Lhc thieves would have great difficulty in dispos- ing of them. Man found dead in cookhouse JASPER (CP1 Douglas HunniseU, 57, of Kamloops was found dead in the cookhouse al M'hj'sder campground in Jasper National Park, Cause of deelh was not known but a coroner said no inquest was necessary. rvest SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction CP. MH- PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 m in Scplcmbcr. A n a I i n a I Frrss Cmniril began operation in 1353 hi Rril Iliis one lhc Alberla council i? largely patterned upon wilh (lie principal differ- I dice hcing fliat in Alberta lay j members are in Ihe majorily. l.OXDOX (APi Brlisli ac- Ircss Susannah York and her i husband actor Michael Wells disclosed here Ihe birth of a girl (heir first child after al- most 10 years of marriage. LONDON7 iCPi Canada's crs and praises lhe ol National Ballet was acclaimed I P.Iarv Jago. Sergil, Stefanlchi I Mlbs 30' 5altl Ehe by London critics in a harvest j and Wendy Reiser and finds La iLo "amc lnc seven-pound, six- of praise lhat ensures the rising Sylphidc "delicious.'1 j ounce girl Sasha "because Rus- statnrc of the Canadian dancers 1 The Daily Express suggests I sian things appeal to inc." in the Western world. [hat Miss Franca and her com- "I'm absolulely thrilled." pany should win many ncv.- ad- said a sleepy Celia Franca, Ihe (inircrs in Britain, artistic director, as she was i A! a champagne reception slirred from her hotel bed lo be ;bac'Kslaec aflL-r lhc pcrfnim- fnld of (lie enlliusiaslic afu-r, JJigh Commissioner ,1. JI. "Kmonth. cool anil poltr.'.icd" said he was 'vas The Oailv flail's of Lhc National Tjallet. II is iirxkr.Mood lhat bolh Princess Anne and Prime Minister iieaih praised ihe perfonnaiicc. Olbcrs in Die aiidioniT in- .lames (fir Ri-ftish ( who was kidnapped hy Mondial lerrorisl.s in IHTn. He nlsn lauded the Girl for actress linn of I lip royal Ihr Sndlrr's flip [inily hx -A M3r, Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Avt. S. Phone 323-5447 INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7lh STREET SOUTH L W MOVING LTD. Phone 327-3911 For oil your moving and slorngo needs, calf flie expcrls at L W MOVING LTD. 'TOUR UNITED VAN LINES AGENTS" Plant Now! CHOOSE FROM A LARGE SELECTION OF TREES PERENNIALS SHRUBS 1.89up ALL PLANTS GUARANTEED SPRUCE TREES Up to 8 foot from 5.99 up WEEPING BIRCHES Up to 12 fool IACGMBE NURSERIES LTD. I Milf. E. cF L-thbridgf en No. 3 Highway CooldoU PHONE 345-4633 CLOUD SUNDAYS OPEN EVENINGS GARDEN PLANNING OUR SPECIALTY Legislature approves budget EDMONTON (CP) The legislature skipped through the remaining shreds of Hie gov- ernment'? .spending eslimales Thursday night and approved Albcria'b- budgcl for 1972-73. a signal Lhat Llie session is not loo far from ad- journing for a summer recess. Members put lhe final stamp of approval on the budgets of lhe departments of highways and transport, public works, treasury and '-'1 million Thursday night and will turn to second and third reading of various pieces of legislation. LONGEST SESSION Despite the quick All nf BviHiin's nnlinn.fiI scemcfl In bp in ngreemcnl HIP Canadian company, which had wnilcd 21 ycai-s fur its Eu- ropean flrhul, is well liituiehfcJ as one of the major inlcrnalion- al dnncc proups. The cala performance, staged in Ihe prctcncn of Annc and Prime Minister Heath. slaiTed Canadian Veron- ica Tonnant and Niels liehlel of Denmark in the old romantic tragedy. Sytyhide. FKATI1ER HAT The Guardian says the COJTI- pany's dancing superb and "a feather in Ihe lial." It lauds Tlie Min'or Walk CURRIE'S FINE FOODS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK A.M. TO P.M. 1516 9th Ave. S. on I canipaigu TORONTO fCTi The Com- mittee for an Independent Can- rrla vi ill not the Liberals in Ihe next federal pace election despite ils dissalisfao- GARAGE EQUIPMENT MACHINERY AUCTION SALE DAVE'S GULF SERVICE WARNER, ALBERTA JUNE 2nd Thursday night, the legislature lion with the recently an- still appears headed for the! nounced loreign-ouiiership pol- longest session on record. It icy. has sat for 53 days the rec- E. A. Goodman, committee ord was 58 m 1969 and a chairman, said: record 28 nights. "I can't see this committee The assembly will lake a endorsing a particular party or three or four-day break next: opposing a party as a whole." week for a public hearing into Mr. Goodman said the com- a tentative government propo- j mittee will meet Hay 27 lo dis- sal to tax crude oil reserves in cuss an election program and THE FIRST NIGHTER DRAMA COMPANY ESLE RIVERS HIGH SCHOOL, MILK RIVER THE YEAR LETHBRIDGE WON THE GREY CUP An original comedy in 3 dels Written nnd Directed by Don E. Bcrirens SAT., 5UN.f MOM., MAY 27, 28, 29 ERLE RIVERS HIGH SCHOOL 8 P.M. Adults: Sludenlj (Under 50c TicLeh available Quinn's Drug Storfi, EMerl's Food Master, Milk River, ond from Marlin Wilde at Coulli. LETHBRIDGE UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH SPRING BAZAAR WINNERS Held 13, 1972 1 si-Ticket No. 2894-H. MARCZENKO 2nd-Tkkel No. 2371-R. McLARY' 3rd-Tickel No. 4537-H. OHAMARA No. 4787-R. KISS ilh-Ticket No. 3529-T. SPICKIZ 6th-Tickel No. 36U-A. SEREDA 7lh-Tickel No. 4881-M. BUCKE 8lh-Ticket No. 2845-F. WERENKO 9th-Ticket No. KACZYK lOth-Tickel No. 2106-M. VUCANOVICH nth-Ticltel No. 3228-S. MYKL05 12lh-Tickei No PONOMAR 13lh-Tickel No. 21i-D- SUPRANOV 14lh-Ticket No. 2953-M. HAWA 15th-Ticket No. 548-B. HORVATH 16th-Tickel No. 2268-J. TKACHENKO For Prizes Call MR. H. MAREZENKO 328-1930 SAIE At 11 00 A.M. IUNCH AVAItABlE NO RESERVE Htivinr; inslruclions from Dava Wipf who lioi oilier busineST, interests, we will sell, by Public Audi on, thf! follcnvinrj [isipd Machinery, Truck, Equipment n) lhe premises on Highway 4 in Wnrner. TRUCK SNOWMOBILES- BOATS -nl. -ompcrlTinnts, 327 moior, 825x20 J aM'.icil s. A. I MACHINERY IT inrj TumbU GARAGE cinrl TIRE EQUIPMENT Uiin f mfhhnn 1.1 r T Lrjlnnfr. lur '1.000 Ih. nirlift f, ,n ynnrlrr, Grnco PnTtnhl" OFFICE COUfPMENT rnuf MISCPtlANEOUS r'l .jo-.t TMK' ifi i. 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