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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Big, small affairs oi stale Cabinet: decisions, decisions, decisions OTTAWA (CP) There arc high affairs of slale the cahinct must decide. OUicr matters, however, aren't so high, For example, the cabinet de- cides at a May meeting that G B. Warner, a member of the RCMP, could lease a piece of Crown land on Prelude Lake in the Northwest Terriotnes as a summer camp. About the same time, it de- cided that a sewer could be in- stalled on federal airport prop- erty at Kamloops, B.C. Not that the cabinet wasted much time on such decisions. But there are literally thou- sands of niggling items which each year require cabinet ap- proval. TABLES SUMMARY When the Commons resumed Tuesday after its summer holi- day, Prime Minister Trudeau tabled a summary of all cabinet oders passed in April and May. There was little or no indica- tion of any cabinet discussion of, say, unemployment and infla- tion. There was, of course. But there must be a cabinet order, such as proclamation of an im- portant piece of legislation, to provide a formal indication of cabinet's most serious endeav- ors. The April-May summary in- cludes orders for: entitled to receive free copies of the Revised Stat- utes of Canada, regulations for the inspection of canned fish. leave of absence for one civil servant. collective bargaining agreement covering n date processing group in the National Research Council. and salaries of various civil servants, includ- ing judges, "directors of Crown a high commis- sioner to Ttonga and Western Samoa. lor widows of indi- visual judges. the Stony Band of Indians in Alberta to use an abandoned road adjoining their reserve. of land transac- tions between Ottawa and the Environment Act holds up projects WASHINGTON (AP) The National Evironmenlal Policy Act is providing new ammuni- tion for lawstrits aimed at stop- ping pollution or other environ- mental damage by government agencies. Private inlcrest groups, par- ticularly the Environmental De- fence Fund, Inc., are moving into court to Ibbld up projects at least until environmental conse- quences are Dioroughly studied. Their record so far is mixed. The Environmental Policy Act, passed Jan. 1, 1970, re- quires government agencies to submit an impact slatement on any project or activity which has a significant effect on the environment. This statement, filed with the "ouncil on Environmental Qual- ity, is supposed to spell out any undesirable features and outline proposed alternatives. Using one such statement as jasis for a .suit, the Environ- mental Defence Fund and other won a signifi- cant victory earlier this year. They sued to enjoin the U.S. Army Corps-of Engineers from proceeding cr construction of a dan: across "the Cossatot Hiver in Arkansas until Ihe corps filed a more detailed impact state- ment. They contended fish and wildlife habitat, and unique sce- nic values would be destroyed by the project. District Judge G. Thomas Ei- sele ruled that Ihe corps' state- ment did not comply with the new law and granted the injunc- tion. While such suits may not per- manently halt a project, they can ensure that environmental questions will be fully consi- dered at the administrative level. Another corps of engineers jab, the West Tennessee Tribu- taries Project, also has been halted by a U.S. district court order until detailed environmen- tal studies can be completed. Conservationists filed suit against the project, already about one-third completed, on the ground that it is disturbing the balance of nature and possi- bly creating anecological wasteland in west Tennessee. Tlie first two plants of tie sis-plant development are al- ready in operation and polluting (he air with emissions from coal-fired boilers. provinces, municipalities, groups of persons and private individuals. These included a transfer to Saskatchewan for a road widening in the Antelope Park Community Pasture. o[ customs duties on various pieces ot ma- chinery. of electoral returning officers and honorary consuls of foreign governments. lobster fishing regula- tions. of slorage space for some radio equipment at an air- field in the Queen Charlotte Is- lands. prices for Atlantic salt cod. regulations. rules of procedure for the Review Committee of the Canada Pension Plan. expenses for Gilles Marceau, Liberal MP for La- pointe, to go to Windsor, Ont., to address the St. Jean Daptiste Society. Revised gas meter regula- tions. Changes in the punishment powers of armed forces com- manding officers. of an access road and posting of speed limit signs on it to the Point Enragee lighthouse in Cheticamp Town ship, N.S. These help explain why som cabinet ministers arrive a some cabinet meetings late am leave early. SLICE OF LIFE LONDON (CP) "Smart young assistant wanted for loea read an ad in a Chel sea employment agency win doir. "Must be able to cut skewer and serve customers." Stereo LP Records At A Low, Low Price All your favorite artists such as Dean Martin, Ferrante Teicher, Roy Clark, Mills Bros. Popular, Country and Western, Instrumental. Many more to choose from Limited quantities so hurry! One Low Price Stereo LP's. 2 for 3.00 PRICES EFFECTIVE Thurs., Fri. and Sat, Sept. 10th- 17th -18th -------Wtdntiday, September 15, 1971 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD 35 SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER GET PERSONALIZED SERVICE! APPLE JUICE DOG FOOD, BABY FOOD EVAPORATED MILK COFFEE SUGAR TIDE Sun Rype, Blue Label.......... 48 oz. tins 15 oz. net wt. tins Heinz, Strained or Junior........... 4U fl, oz, tins Alpha Tall Tins 16 fl. oz. tins Maxwell House, Regular Grind 1 Ib. net wt. pkg. Alberta White Granulated 10 Ib. net wl. bng XK Detergent 3 r 8 r 5 r 85 1 1 .17 2ic ofF King Size Tomato Juice Libby' 4MI. 0, lin, 2 for 89c Syrup Uimb'.p.Jatk 49c Sauer Kraut 3for 59s Polski Ogorki Dill Pickles Bltkso4oi iar 89c Red Kidney Beans 4 89c Corn Oil bolll. 99c Luncheon Meat 12.02. Iin, 3 for 1.00 Tomato Catsup 0, 39c Sardines in Oil lin, 6 75c Tomato or Vegetable Soup 8 nn Puritan..................... 10 fl. oz. lins O tor Scottics Rainbow r i Facial Tissue BOXOMOO 5 ,or 1.00 Dad's Oalmeaf, Coconul, Choc. Chip Mb. bag Band-Aids Variety box of 100 79c Mayfair Foods Bakery Buttercup 20-07. loaves 5 for 1.00 Lemon Buns Foods Dairy and Frozen Products Maple Leaf 1-lb. pkg 5 for 1.00 Butternut, colored r 3-lb. pkg. for Jt Lard Margarine Orange Juice 5 for 1.00 Dinner Rolls bury 3for 1.00 Cheese Spread 16.01 iar 79c 70r n-oi. pkg. for 0 12.01 pkg for Fkh risn We Invite You To Try Our Meats "THE BEST IN TOWN" Mayfair Foods Meats Canada Choice Canada Good FRYINC CHICKEN Counlry Fair Cut-up Ib. 39 ROUND STEAK Full Slice Rump Roast lb 89c Side Bacon wl. phi. 65c Cross Rib Roast lb 89c Skinless Sausage 39c Mayfair Foods Produce "Flavour Fresh" APPLES Celery Hearts Pears Macintosh, Can. Fancy California Grown Canada No. 1 Cello pkg. B.C. Bartlctt "C" Grade Handi-Pak box 2" Cabbage Record Bar, Second Floor EATON'S Shop Thursday and Friday from 9 'til 9. Buy Line 328-8811 Mihalik's 642 13th St. N., Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY! STORE HOURS; Mon. Tuos. Sal. 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Wed. 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Thurs. Fri. 9 a.m. 9 p.m. maufair Bartlett's WARNER, ALTA. STORE HOURS: Men.-Tues.-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Wed. 9 a.m. p.m. ;