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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE lETHBRIDCE MERAID Thursday, October 19, 1972 Fire-gulled ship ready for salvage HONG KONG (AP) Work- men Wednesday finished ing about Ions of oil from the tanks of Ihe former luxury liner Queen Elizabeth, clearing he way for salvage ncgolia- ions on (he fire-gutted ship. Another 300 tons of oil is ioved floating free in the PLOT Hciic Mnlli'. riuuii- claims llu- Commons' permanent just ire committee knew tlu- Fl.Q iil.imu'il tn ttucl a iliplomAL more Hi an n your lu'fiHT tin.1 Orlit- ber 1970 o[ Cross. Mr. MalLo is :i former member ol llir ntmmilleu- West roundup Gets 15 minutes in which lies half sub- niovgcd in llony KOUJJ harbor. Representatives o( the ves- sel's owners and the insurance companies involved arc ex- pected to begin talks later this month with companies seeking the salvage contract. Shipping sources say it will be (lie big- gest ever negotiated. The liner was being converted Into a Heating uni- versity when a fire gulled her in January. A court of inquiry decided Ihe [ire was started de- liberately by unknown persons. No arrests have been made. Prisoner grew drug plants SALEM, Ore. A stale prison inmate, Earl N. Ballard, 4-1, has been charged with growing marijuana in a pasture on tho prison farm. Prison officials said Iliey found Ihe plants in lall grass and later observed Ballard caring for them. Apartment residents are -warned CALGARY (CP) Police have warned apartment resi- dents lo keep their balcony doors locked as a search con- tinues for the person who at- tacked a woman earlier this week. Police believe (lie same per- son is responsible for six rapes committed since last Novem- ber. Police said he uses the "cal- burgUir" technique to gain en- try to apartment suites in ear- ly morning, usually between 2 and 5 n.m. Chief Inspector Art Roberts said liis method of opera- tion was the same In sim- ilar assaults which have occur- red in southwest Calgary. HOiN'EV MIX Mild while honey is made from clover, alfalfa and ra- spberries. (CP1 A 13- year-old Winnipeg mrm was sen- tenced Lo 15 in j n i 1 when he pler.dct! in mag- istrate's conn to eluirpcs of fraud. CourL was told Roger Kugenc Gingras was rocpiving monthly iho provincial de- partment of health and social development ns n high school retraining allow mice but cashed Ihrcc cheques fnr P.333 after he had dropped out of schooL Court was tnld Gingras was repaying the money. DISPUTE CLOSES ".HILL CROFTON, B.C. (CP) A dispute over pnrfonfto disposal led to the shutdown Wednesday of a pulp and newsprint mill here operated by British Colum- bia Forest Products Ltd., af- fecting nhout 800 workers. A BCFP spokesman said the shutdown was instituted after members of Ihe Pulp and Paper Workers of f.'nnada walk- ed off the job Tuesday and other union members failed to report for work on subsequent shifts. NO PAY VICTORIA fCP) The New Democratic Parly government has refused a request, from Ein- ar Gundcrson. former director of B.C. Hydro sLvernnce pay following his dismissal from Hydro's board of directors. MAGAZINE WARNING SASKATOON (CP) The city's morality squad said to- day it has warned operators ol newsstands to remove the lat- est issue of Playboy Mnpazi or faco possible court action. Lieut, Charlie Snort, heac of the squad, paid complaints have been received by his ric partment about (he edition. Attorney General Roy Ro- manow said he had ho know ledge of the slalemenl by Lieut Short but was checking inli It. Craiibrook firm 6Ied up the path9 CALGARY (CP) Donal Hildt, president of Tamarac Inns Ltd., sriys Ins compan was "led down Ihe qarde path" in dealing with n C'2lga mortgage! brokerage firm for loan. Former prtsirlent Jcrr> Browning told Alberta Suprcm Court ho beiif-vcs Tamarac was "deceived." They appeal t-d as crown wit- nesses in the trial of Mortgage aijfl rinnncial Ser- vices Ltd. and nffk.-ors Du- rand and lUotherlon. The defendants are charged defrauding Tamarack of Cranbrook, B.fJ., oi and a Calgary Lotion hrancfi of 000. The Tamarack (old of negotiations v.ilh Manilou about iwo years to arranRe a loan from an urjiiumtd lender for completion of construction of a hotel in According IN tc-'Limony, Tam- arack gavu as it condition of tro Tamarack's rnun-y '.vas lo held in trust b-il. v-.'is ar.rl the mono y n't i when the loan riitl.i't f-o Mr. IliMt tVc wa.s tumt'i in tv-o in hc-r I'jTu. v.ilh i' v.-.jl'Jn't touchr.d until Ijank received tin; Today you can enjoy all those 'splurgy' features you've always wanted, without splurging. Big Value Low Price Come look us overl Discover the convenience of these Deluxe Coldspol features: exlra-big, 137-lb. capacily freezer with true zero-degree freezing. Frostless interiors that never need delrosling. Completely adjustable Spacemaster shelves, meat keeper and twin, moisture-sealed crispers. 3-temperalure buller conditioner. Egg and ice buckets. Odour-free porcelain interiors with separate temperature controls. 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