Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, November 28, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Oil spills Governments being terrorized in park regon Gunman mentioned The body of a man, identified at the time as Lazlo Eper, is examined by Detective Barry Kluey following Shootout in Toronto Aug. Eper's name was mentioned Wednesday by Joseph Dinardo during testimony at sensational murder trial of Peter Demeter in London, Ont. BUILD THESE BEAUTIFUL CLOCKS Now at BIG SAVINGS! Send just SI.50 for plans and instructions to build choice of a) Grandfather or b) Grandmother or c) Upper Canada School or d) Steeple clock, plus information packed catalogue of movements, dials, parts and kits to build these and 14 other fine clocks. All 4 plans S3.50. Catalogue alone .25 COLONIAL TIMES CLOCK COMPANY Dept. LH9 500 Weber St. N. Waterloo, Ont. N2J 3Z6 (a) Bakers accept Safeway offer EDMONTON (CP) Bakers employed by Canada Safeway stores here voted 52- 12 Wednesday to accept an offer by the grocery chain which they had earlier turned down. However the stores will still remain closed as food and cashier clerks rejected a com- pany offer Monday for a new contract. CALGARY (CP) About 35 gallons of bunker oil spilled into Louise Creek from a damaged fuel tank at the Chateau Lake Louise Hotel during a five-day period last week, parks officials said today. Andy Anderson, chief warden for Banff National Park, said the oil spills two miles from Lake Louise was spotted by a patrolling warden Thursday. Re said the water was dis- colored and some oil has collected on rocks and branches along the banks of the creek. The Canadian Pacific Hotel will not be charged with polluting the creek, which is inside Banff National Park, because the hotel is assisting in clean-up operations, said Mr. Anderson. The bunker oil is used to heat steam for heating in the hotel. Court rules prisoners entitled to remission OTTAWA (CP) A prisoner whose parole is revoked still is entitled to have his original sentence reduced by 25 per cent as set out in the Penitentiary Act, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled Wednesday. Under the Penitentiary Act, "every person sentenced to penitentiary for a fixed term is entitled as of right with statutory remission upon be- ing received into a peniten- the court said in a 5-to- 4 decision. Mr. Justice Brian Dickson, 'writing the majority decision, said he could not find any sup- port in the Penitentiary Act for the view that the statutory remission was a deferred credit or could be taken away by the revoking of a parole. The question arose after Robert Marcotte's parole was revoked and he was returned to Kingston prison to serve the remainder of his sentence. The 582 days of statutory re- mission he was granted when first sentenced to prison was added to his sentence. 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He said he hopes Canadians begin to understand the real position of the government and the real power of the Zionist lobby. Mr. Sourani, here with two other former PLO United Na- tions delegates, made the out- burst after a relatively calm explanation of PLO policy during an hour-long news conference. Among other things, he said earlier that the PLO can do nothing about terrorism by individual Palestinians; that the PLO was not responsible for such things as hijackings and that, at any rate, it is the Palestinian people who are the victims of terrorism. Mr. Sourani, Moustafa Mil- him, who was mayor of the West Bank town of Halhoul until he was expelled recently, and Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darweech arrived here Tuesday for talks on their way home from the UN. They met members of Parliament from all parties Wednesday and planned a public meeting Wednesday night. Abdullah Abdullah, a spokesman for the Arab Infor- mation Office, said no attempt was made to see government officials because of the Canadian government's negative attitude toward Palestinians. The three men went to the UN with PLO Leader Yasser Arafat when he addressed the General Assembly during a recent debate which ended with the passage of resolutions giving the PLO observer status and calling for a return of Palestinians to their homeland. Canada abstained on the first and voted against the second, which made no men- tion of the existence of Israel. Mr. Sourani expressed dis- appointment in the Canadian votes and said he hopes that Canada can come to accept that Palestine deserves at least as much recognition as Israel. He said he would be happy if Canada would support the re- turn to the Israeli boundaries of 1947 a con- siderably smaller Israeli territory than at present. 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