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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THl LETHBRIDQE NQVWimr i U.S. aircraft fuel up during Canadian stops HOUSE PAYS TRIBUTE Legal battle drags on TO DEAD ALBERTA MP By DAVE BLAIKIE OTTAWA Some United States faced with shortages at are taking on extra fuel during Ca- nadian stopovers. But the situation is not serious and no government in- SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT ITOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 32i-J702-327-M10 tervention is Tran- sport Minister Jean Marclund said Fiday. He told toe after the matter was raised by Opposition Leader Robert that it would be un- fair to put U.S. aircraft in a special category by imposing restrictions. If rationing becomes neces- it should apply to all air- craft using Canadian he suggested. So no flights in Canada have been affected by fuel shortages. Flights have been restricted in the U.S. under an energy conservation program an- nounced earlier this month by President Nixon. Aviation fuel accounts for Rapidly expanding Manufacturer In the Home Industry Employees for Production Line Work On a with Previous experience not essential. On the job training provided. Accommodation and moving assistance may be provided if required. RATE PRESENT MARCH 1st 1974 20 working days After 20 working days 3.10 3-35 After. 40 working days 3.25 3.50 The company pays of cost for Alberta Health Life sickness and accident benefit plans. Write to Office Manager. NORTHWEST DESIGN AND FABRICATION LTD. BOX FORT MACLEOD. three per cent of petroleum products consumed in Canada. Motor the most-used accounts for 31 per cent. Heating oil is second at 22 per cent. NO INTERRUPTIONS Mr. Marchand said no Cana- dian flights to the U.S. have been interrupted because of U.S. shortages. In other Supply Minister Jean-Pierre Coyer said heating oil purchased by the government might be used to heat federal buildings rather than sold to the public. will depend on where the greatest need is at the he said after being questioned by Reginald Stackhouse Toronto Scarborough The government bought one million barrels of heating oil last week on markets in Ro- mania and the Caribbean. Officials indicated at the time it all would be sold to the public through normal retail outlets. Mr. Goyer said the fuel will be delivered soon and probably will be used in the early part of the year. John Diefen- baker urged Prime Minister Trudeau to make immediate plans for a federal-provincial first ministers' conference on energy. OTTAWA The Com- mons paid tribute today to Harry Consetvative MP from Battle who died during the night in his Ot- tawa apartment. Mr. father of five was 44. Prime Minister who heard about the death just before the Commons referred to the Alberta MP as a dedicated constituency man who had a deep respect and love for the land. He had a well-established record for public service to the com- munity. Mr. Kuntz was a former al- derman of where his family lives. Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield said Mr. Kuntz was a man with sound judg- and a man who spoke out when he had something to say He had demonstrated a great sincerity and he represented the feelings and aspirations of his con- stituents. shall miss his Stanley Knowles North said his colleagues who sat near Mr. Kuntz him a delightful person to DEDICATED MP House has lost one of its good said Social Credit Leader Real Caouette. was a very dedicated Mr. a was first elected to Parlia- ment in last fall's general and his death marks the first change in party stan- dings since that election. His death decreased Conservative strength to three less than HARRY KUNTZ the Liberals. There are 31 New 15 Social Credit MPs and two Independents. Mr. Kuntz was active in Commons par- ticularly those dealing with agriculture and small business. He also spoke freely in the Commons on agriculture matters. Cause of his death was not known. Party officials said he died apparently in his sleep in his downtown apartment. Funeral arrangements were not known. LEAST PROCESSED Beef has fewer additives and less processing than almost any other food product. OTTAWA Humberto Pagan Hernandez won another skirmish Friday in his long legal battle to avoid extradition to the United States when the Federal Court of Canada dismissed an appeal by U.S. authorities on an extradition order. faces a murder charge in Puerto Rico. He was charged after the captain of a San Juan police riot squad was killed during a confrontation between police and supporters of Puerto Rican independence in 1971. In a unanimous the Federal Court dismissed the U.S. the first ever launched by a foreign country against an extradition decision. Written reasons for the decision were to be prepared later. The U.S. authorities can ap- peal the case in the Supreme Court of but the matter is in abeyance until Dec. 20. There are expected to be ne- gotiations between the new Puerto Rican the immigration department and Pagan's lawyers to determine the eventual fate of the case. Pagan's legal struggle began when he fled to Canada under an assumed name in 1971. He was arrested by the RCMP and ordered deported. He appealed that order to toe immigration appeal board and was turned down. Another appeal against the order is before the Federal Court. The first extradition hear- ing ended in County Court here in when Judge A.E. Honeywell said there was no factual evidence to send Pagan to trial on the murder charge. Pagan contended he was be- ing framed and said his life was threatned by right-wing elements in Puerto Rico. He spent eight months in prison before being released on bail after the hearing. The U.S. then launched an appeal to the Federal Court. It was rejected on the grounds that the court had no jurisdiction in the matter. Chief Justice W.R. based his decision on a 1955 Supreme Court of Canada judgment which held that a refusal to issue an extradition warrant is by strict legal a judicial decision. For that reason it could not be appealed. TOOK NEW TACK Lawyers for the U.S. then For Complete Livestock Sales and Service. Monday Feeder Hog I 20010 300 HMd Top Quality Pliw Baby WEDNESDAY a.m. FAT and FEEDER CATTLE 200 to 300 HMd turned to the Supreme Court for a ruling on the Federal Court decision. In a 6-3 the Supreme Court ruled the Federal Court was wrong in saying it had no jurisdiction and ordered the case reviewed. That action led to the latest in which the Federal Court agreed with Judge Hon- eywell that the evidence pre- sented at the extradition hear- including an alleged eye- witness identification and an anonymous telephone was insufficient to warrant extradition. There are several possibilities open to the U.S. including an appeal to the Supreme Court. It now is left up to negotia- tions between the parties to decide the next move in the legal chess match. VALUE UNCHANGED The high nutritive value of beef remains unchanged dur- ing freezing or cooking. call FRENCH FRIDAY FAT and FEEDER CATTLE SALES -1 p.m. Special Stock CaH 800 to 1000 HMd Ben's beer flows again RED DEER The on- off-again Tartan Brewery was on-again today following a decision by owner Ben Ginter to bypass the Alberta Brewers Association and set up his own distribution and bottle-return system. A. D. chairman of the Alberta Liquor Control said Mr. Ginter's proposed system our basic standards and we will be buying his Production from the long-delayed because of labor is to resume Mr. Ginter said in a telephone interview from Vancouver. The brewery was expected to start loading beer from the stockpile already in its warehouse onto privately-owned trucks today for transport to liquor stores and licenced outlets in the province. SLAUGHTER HOGS ASSEMBLED AND SOLD MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. WE BUY AND SELL FAT AND FEEDER LAMBS DAILY. WE CARRY HARTFORD INSURANCE ON ALL LIVESTOCK. EDFHENCH.............. 328-2986 DANKLASSEN 3454358 KEN MILLER. Ms-ntfe 758-6607 LOUDEJAGER 345-4489 WHIT HENINGER 328-7354 CONSIGN ALL YOUR LIVESTOCK C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK the Heart of Canada's Ranching Offlcs 327-0101 Alberta P.O. BOX S.S. 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