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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta I _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Salurdny, September 4, 1971 Mobile home centre LEDUC, Alln. (CPl This community o( -1.000 population 20 miles south of Edmonton is on the way to becoming Alber- ta's nubile home ccnlrc. Provincial legislation and a changing altitudes by sonic mu- nicipalities have resulted in n more realistic apprnach to mo- bile homes. Now owners can oltam uwir properly, be assessed and become voters. .No longer are "trailer" people looked upon as second-class cilizens. One Kdmonlon company, Wil- Imvbrook Homes Ucl., is plan- ning 155 "dc luxe" mobile home Eitcs where spaces will be renled by owners paying a pro- vincial licence feu. This com- munity will be serviced with utilities and hard surfaced streets. Another company, Daw son Developments Ltd., has 195 sites in the first slagi) of construction and las plans for another 95. These silcs will be sold and lot owners will be assessed for im- mobile become town rale- payers. The annual provincial licence fee Li about S120 and Ihe annual municipal taxes mil be between ind 5200. Leduc, known widely in connection with the discovery of oil in 1947, is keeping a close eye on mobile home develop- ments lo ensure the communi- ties will be compatible with pro- per town growth. Bonds have been posted by Ihe companies to guarantee full development, landscaping, upkeep and utili- ties. Stanfield speaks out for liberty SASKATOON (CPl Pro- gressive Conservative leader Robert Slanfiekl has charged the federal and Quebec govern- ments with taking an arbitrary approach to individual liberties. He was asked at a news con- ference for his position on de- mands by persons charged -r'r'er the public order act that charges against them be dropped if the prosecution is not prepared to proceed. "I don'l think it's right to Just leave the thing hanging in the he replied. "They laid charge.? against these people and then they just stopped. They wouldn't even withdraw the charges. I don't think that's fair to the people involved. "This to me is a continuing Indication of the quite arbi- trary atlilude of this govern- ment, the government in 01- tawa and the government in Quebec as far as that's concern- the liberty of the subject." The public order act, passed by Parliament during last fall's Quebec kidnapping crisis, made It illegal to promote the aims of the Front du Liberation de Quebec or to be a member of the terrorist group. The act expired this spring. The prosecution recently ob- tained indefinite stays of pro- ceedings in cases slili pending. Crow's Nest Industries has profit FKRNIE, B.C. Nest Induptvii-? Lid. has re- porter! n net M'-oi'il. of S13U20 for the iiinnrlis ended June 30, iih a loss of for ilie same period a year ago. Earning were M compared a loss of fll per ?hare in the first six months of 1570. Tlic company's semi-annual report said losses continued through January and February this year, but "an upturn in tlio price of lumber, increased rev- enue from oil and pas, and a substantial reduction in opera- ting expenses" combined for a profit in the latter months. PASS HOC.US BOSTON (AP) Kourleen men b-'ivo charged witb in- volvoment in an .nlloRwl covn- lerfcit money operation that the U.S. Sctret Service .said passed more Mum million in bopis hills. Hnbcrt K. I.illey, special afient in cliarfje of the Secrrt said the operation was "by far the counterfeit operation in the New Knganld area." EATON'S ,v TsrTTJuJEwAiJifiswwrt t 4 5 iSS T v j -f- r rf j Sliop Eaton's Tuesday From 9 to For These Values BUYLINE 328-0811 STORE CLOSED MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th, LABOR DAY The Classic Gives You All The New Details With Glenayr Kitten Glenayr makes ihem Eaton's has ihem Ihe new look for Fall. The well-mannered classic. Sweaters in cuddly soft Botany wool sparked with new detail. New convertible turllenock collars wilh wooden but- tons. New space dyes with their delightful tone look. Team 'em up wilh flare-and-fit pants in and wool. Or mnte ihem with an A-line skirt for lown or office wear. All at Ealon's right now in glowing Fall shades. Come try ihem on! Left to right: Space Dye Sweater Long sleeves, mock turllencck, 36 lo 40. 4 C flA Purple, Red, Wine.................. U.UU In Fortrcl" and wool, fully lined. Red, Wine, Navy, 10 to 18. 19.00 Ribbed, Convertible Turtleneck Sweater 16.00 Long slocvc, sizes 36 lo Red, Wine, Black........ Fit-and-Flare Pant 12 lo 20. Red, Wine, Navy........ Rcgislcrcd T.M. 19.00 Sporlswcor, Main Floor ;