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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Regions that elect Liberals favored at Ottawa THI UTHSMDOI HtHALD 43 Alberta may be cheated Keeps dream house Miami barber Carlos Gonzales has been told that he will be able to keep his which was built on the wrong lot. He has been told by his lawyer that he and the owner of the lot will swap lots and the builder will pay the damages. _________ ___ A Canada won some and lost some OTTAWA Canada some and lost at the recent international conference on the elimination of pollution from En- vironment Minister Jack Davis said Tuesday. Reporting to the Commons on the London Mr. Davis said Canada was unable to get approval for special pol- lution prevention measures in ecologically sensitive areas such as the Arctic. the delegation successfully resisted an attempt to limit the tight of anti-pollution enforcement of a coastal state to its territorial sea. Mr Davis said the latest agreement allows coastal states to act against pollution from ships within their jurisdiction without defining the area of jurisdiction Canada was not successful in gaining adoption for state which would have allowed contracting states to prosecute in their ports any violators of the anti-pollution agreement of where the offence took place and for up to three years after it occurred Mr Davis said violations now can be dealt with only by the country in which the ship is registered if they occur out- side the waters of a coastal state. The conference extended the definition of a as covered in earlier to include toxic and suffocating substances as well as oil It also made HIGHEST SPOT Canada's highest Mt. Logan which reaches is located in the St. Elias Range of the Yukon. stipulations on the con- struction of tankers to reduce spills in the event of an acci- dent PANTIE RAID TRADITIOIN REVERSED Mont. College are you short The guys at Kappa Sigma fraternity at Eastern Montana College are in an ap- parent reversal of the old pantie raid tradition. girls just came in here and cleaned us said Rod a fraterni- ty member. He said the suspected culprits were a group of women students who entered the fraternity m the guise of serious scholars Christensen said the women told a fraternity member they were in search of a book But it wasn't a book they left with. took our gym our athletic sup- porters and our shorts. In fact they took all un- derwear that wasn't in the safd the spokesman Christensen said the fraternity brotherhood suffered heavy losses from three to four pair which is about air some of us He promised quiet retaliation. Combat those Miserable Fall Colds For relief of coughs and sore throats due to colds 18'9 79 Decongestant to relieve the misery of colds Coricidin 'D' 1.49 V SHOPPERS DRUG MART Phone 329-M42 By PAUL JACKSON HeraU Ottawa Bwrtae OTTAWA AlberU MP Jack Homer suggested in the House of Commons Tuesday that the Rocky Mountain province may well be cheated out of acquiring new industry being promoted by foreign investment because it lacks Liberal members of Par- liament. Mr. Horner speaking in a debate on the foreign investment used statements from a best selling Canadian political book to back up his charges that regions that elect heavy concentrations of Liberal MPs get preferential treatment from Ottawa The book Divide and Mr. Horner noted by Walter an author who claims to be neither Liberal nor Conservative but rather professes admiration for the New Democratic Par- ty The lean and tough talking who in the 12 federal election cornered more than 75 per cent of all votes cast in his didn't need to point out that since there is not a single Liberal elected in Alberta either provincially or fed- erally the province has no titlcal whatsoever within Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau's govern- ment. Mr.Horner urged that as a safeguard a majority of the representatives on any board considering approval of foreign investment in Canada should be from the particular region where that investment would go. If said the Crowfoot the board might say an industry can't go to Alberta but could gain approval if it would establish itself in an area with lots of Liberal political regional Quoting from Mr Stewart's the Alberta Conser- vative pointed A new million park at Mont Sainte Anne. 25 miles from Quebec is in a Liberal riding A new million national heritage park has been estab- lished in the heart of Tran- sport Minister Jean Marchand's Quebec City riding. And that External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp had no reason to object to a proposed million. M-acre park on the Toronto lakefront. Mr. Sharp is Liberal MP for Toronto What's said Mr. Hor- a took at the ports of both dedicated and in which a mix of Conservative and NDP members is obtain- ed regionally shows some interesting REGIONAL PREFERENCE Canada's largest port in a mixed political handles 27 per cent of aU tonnage entering and leaving Canada.Tbe federal Liberal government spent something ke million in 1967 on the port of Vancouver and this gradually dropped off to about million in 1972. But in which han- dles just 17 per cent of the the federal govern- ment spent million five years ago and upped it to million in 1972. indicated some regional said Mr. Homer. In power have a record which stows they help own regions ratker thu others. Hut is why 11 regional representation.' Mr. Homer said he ported legislation to control foreign'Investment detrimen- tal to Canada. is motherhood In the first be said. well remember the former 'bagman' for the Liberal party in Calgary Senator Harry Hays- who also became minister of agriculture for a time making a speech in Calgary saying that we should have economic union with the United States. I abhorred the Mr. Homer said he couldn't see the reasoning behind Sen. Hays' but figured it had the backing of some wealthy in Canada. now that Canada was going to set up an agency to control foreign investment he wanted to make sure that the sensible investment that was approved wasn't approv- ed on a political and regional basis Sears Save to Craftsman portable power toola Double insulated for safely. Guaranteed for 1 year. Tough enough for shop use. 3 days only-one low price. Your choice each Reg. to a-2-apeed sabre saw. Reg. 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