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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE SETHDRiDGE HERALD Thursday, Oclobor 14, 1971 Cardinal threatens to close every Indian office _________ ___ ___ _ _i ,t... it..: I..... Cm- n.iirrii-.iiiinnl :mrl Iho nmnf Hint RtllflpniS OrtianiZC D lO tllC Stllder CPA sued for damages i KDHONTON (CP) "If have to close every damn In- dian affairs office in this prov- ince, we will do Harold Cardinal, president of the In- j dian Association of Alberta, j said here. lie was participating in a stu- dents' union-sponsored forum CANBERRA i Heuter) In- surers for the Australian gov- ernment-owned trans-Australian Airlines have lakon out a writ in the high court against the Australian government and Ca- nadian Pacific Airlines for un- specified damafics, Civil Avia- tion Minister Hobwcrl Cotton di closed today. The writ follows an aircraft collision in Sydney last January between a TAA Boeing 727 tak- ing off from Mascot Airport and a Canadian Pacific Airlines DC-S which had just landed. Although none of the passen- gers in the two planes was in- jured, damage to both aircraft w: considerable. Cotton, tabling in Parliament the olficial report of his depart- ment's investigation, said it showed that errors by the crews of both aircraft and by air traf- fic controllers at Sydney's inter- national airport had caused the accident. He said that as a result air traffic control procedures in Australia were being changed. SupcrlraiKsporls oul of action WASHINGTON he weak from his 26-ntbBth ordeal and the long flight to the United States, ex- pected to be kept at an army hospital for some lime while he recuperates from wounds re- ceived before his capture and illness incurred while a POW. He has only partial sight in Ms right eye and limited use of his right ami as a result of grenade wound suffered in the ambush in which he was cap- tured Aug. 12, 1969. Moslems celebrate heir's birth GENEVA (Renter) Mes-j The baby prince, who weighed sages from Ismaili Moslems all I eight pounds at birth, will in- over the world began pouring herit his father's title of Aga into Geneva Wednesday to con- i Khan and his position as spirit-! gratulate the Aga Khan on the j ual leader of 20 million Ismaili! birth of a son and heir, to he 1 Moslems in Africa and Asia. called Prince Bahim. j The begum, Princess Salima, The boy was born Tuesday to the Begum Aga Kalui at their home in suburban Pregny. The couple already has a daughter, Zahrah, a year old. was formerly Lady Sarah Frances Crichton-Stuart, a lead- ing English model before she i and the Aga Khan were married I in Paris in October, 1969. Russian Jews cable Tnuleau TORONTO (IP) Ten Rus- sian Jews living in Moscow who want to emigrate to Israel have cabled Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau asking him to inter- cede on their behalf with So- viet Premier Alexei Kosygin when he visits Canada this month. The cable describes Trudeau as 'one of the host noble men of our time" and asks him to "raise your voice in defence of our right to live in our national homeland." One of the Jews. Aaron Hes- sin, had written Mr. Trudeau earlier saying the Soviet gov- ernment had rejected his appli- cation to leave for Israel. Oddities in the News MERCHANTVILLE, N .J. (Reuter) Real estate bro- ker James T. Hordan usually commutes to his business of- fice here, but for the last week he has been commuting to a jail cell instead. Each day for the last seven days Jordan has appeared promptly at 9 a.m. at the Merchantvillc borough jail and has been locked in a cell And each day at 6 p.m. his cell has been unlocked and he has gor.a home. The judge sentenced him to daytime con- finement because the jail has no sleeping accommodations. He has a day and a half of this routine to go. Jordan, 47, married and the father of three children, was sentenced to 77 in jail for refusing to pay a over- time parking ticket along with in court ccsts. His car was ticketed while parked in front of his real estate office here. He said be refused to pay the fine because "I own the building and as a private property cur.er I feel r.s though I have the right to park in front of my own build- ing without paying a fee." EAGLE, Mich. (AP) Is tlie smell of a hog air pollu- tion? Burtriece Crandall thinks so, to the time of In a siut filed recently, Mrs. Crandall argues that the odor from neighbor William Bier- gan's hug farm is so bad that she wants the in dam- ages and an order closing it down. The case is under advise- ment. Timcthy Green, Biergan's lawyer, said be is afraid that farms could be put out of business if Mrs. Crandall wins. MAJOR STKl' A survey conducted by the Japan Development Bank indi- cated Japanese firms planned to invest million in anti-pol- lution equipment in the fiscal year 1971, an increase of fUi per cent from 1970. EATON'S OLYDOR SALE, Each... 4 .49 Fleetwood Mac in Chicago Non Siop Dancing 9 by James Last Beachparty by James Last Golden Nonstop Dancing 10 by James Last You Were the Best of All by Shaft by Isaac Hayes Heintje Accordion a la Carte by Horste Wende James Last in Concert The Donny Osmond Album Homemade by The Osmonds Osmonds Accordion in Gold by Horste Wende 'Happy'ning by James Last Weihnachten mit Heintje Games that Lovers Play by James Last Hits a la Carte by Horste Wende Non Stop Dancing 8 by James tast Non Stop Dancing 12 by James Last Slay Awhile by The Bells James Last-Doing His Thing .99 Reg. 2.98. SALE Record Bar, Second Floor SHOP THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9 P.M. BUY LINE 328-8811 TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE PRICE FREEZE! CHEVROLETS BEL AIR IMPALA CAPRICE MONTE CARLO CHEVELLE NOVA OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS VEGA CADILLAC Before you buy check at Beny's or you may pay too much, We're putting you FIRST in a Big Way! BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE SHOWROOM 2 Avo. and 8 Slreel Phono 327-3147 SO OK SUPERMARKET CAR LOT 327-3148 ;