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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 THE irTIIBRIDGE HtRAlTi Mo.idny, April 3, 197J Tiro unirersiiy sludcnls gel major scholarships JJF. -y T- -t. THE CANCER CANVASSERS April is Cancer Month, and the first lialf of tha month is for business canvassing. Canvassers will be phoning the city's firms for dona- tions. Cancer can be beaten, bul cancer research needs public supart. This year, objective of business canvassing is in the Lelhbridge share of toft to right, Mrs. Margaret Gunn; business canvassing chairman, Perer Chumikj and Mrs. Arlenc Albiez. A lui-sbniul iiucl wife le.im of, pliysicisls at Umvcroily of hbriilge has bvc-n Knlionnl Uesrareh Council scholarships valued al each. Don Hall, 22. and liis wife Jurty, 21. plan lo study at Queens University in Kingston, OnL, following graduation from "IB U of I. tills spring. DOT is ;v gramme of UK LcLh- bridge Colligate Institute mid Judy graduated frciu Foremost High School. are I he First such awards to bs conferred on phy- sics students at the U of L. C1C meet April 11 The first annunl meeting of the Lclhbriclgc branch of (he Committee for an Independent Canada will be held April 11 at Sven Ericksen's Family Res- laurant at 7i30 p.m. The mecling is open to all citizens. The Committee, de- clared aim is lo "lake imme- diate steps to prevent the loss of every trace of real indepen- dence of will also hold an election of officers at Ihc meeling. Dr. Ball McGinnis, physus professor at the iiuivc-r.sily cif Lcthbriilgc, snicl this siiows that sludcnls al (he U of can com- pete "quite well" in Ihc fast- paced competition for valuable scholarships. Drama workshops at Hat N'oted Canadian George Ryga will be at (ho Medicine Hat College duvme 1 April and May for a series o[ three made pofsiblc. by the Canada Council. ill1. Itvga, author of The Kcs-j lasy of the Rita .fee; Dorothy Jones, presidcnl of the Alberta Drama Festival Association and head of the College Drama department; and Tom Ken-, a weli known director, adjudica- tor and teacher from K.ini- loops, will work at a series of director playwright anima- tion workshops to be held at the College. PUBLIC ten Zoeleman, 17-year-old sludent of f. f. Wolshe High School in Fcrl Macleod, accepts (lie United Nnlionl Challenge Irophy for public speaking from Roland of flic Odd Fellows lodge. The soulhcrn Alberta contest was sponsored by the Odd Fellows and Rebeka'n's Lodge, ten will attend the United Nations Assembly in New York wilh olhcr Canadian and American students, as well as visit several major cities in Canada and the U.S. ENROLMENT The Lclhbric'ge Community College's school of liberal edu- cation recorded a fall enrol- ment of 276 and a spring enrol- ment of 3M during 1370-1971. TI! TESTS The City of Lelhbridge health unit conducted 2.2G8 tuberculin Icsts during the last quarter of 10V1. Twenty-eight cases were positive. if you Snowfall run-off i 9 9 will be deep By RUDY HAUGENEDER The Tinted States is pushing its trading part- ners for special concessions for removing the U.S. 10 per cent import ta.x. The Caunda-U.S. Auto pact was initially designed by Ijotli countries to develop and protect this na- tion's bunding aulo industry. Now the pact is one of the things tlie U.S. wants wiped out. The L'.S claims that Canadians have been sell- ing more to thai country than buying. but lliey don't remember those years and years and years where Canadians were Ihe onej suffering from a deficit balance of payments. Only because the U.S. has chanclled a good pro- portion of industrial output to delay defeat in Vietnam is the reason they are now suffering a bal- ance of payments problem. If that undeclared war were hy what- ever method seen the U.S. could resume direct- ing its output towards its public and the trading world. The U.S. pretends lo protect us from the strangle- hold ol communism by fighting in Vietnam. Originally the Viet the National Liberation was a non communist nationalistic group seeking Vietnam re-union of the entire tiny South- east Asian nation. When the U.S. bomb, gun ships, tanks and advisors began attacking them wilh soph- isticated weapons only then, did the Viet Cong seek Communist help just to fight back and stay alive. So to heck with any special trade concessions anil agreements witli the U.S. or the other Vietnam atrociiy parlners, Russia and China. If they all shook hands and sort of said let by- gones be bygones, only then could we have world peace, because the world can easily survive with peaceful political haggling. Tli c ti we could make trade concessions with ev- eryone because everyone would be guaranteed a healthy standard of living by virtue of industrial output for people, not for war. The foothills region of south- em Alberta could have up lo six inches of moisture on dry grassland following tlie 21-inch sno'.vfall last week. A check of water equivalent tests at tlie Lethbridge Research Station showed sbt inches of snow resulted in one inch of water. Similar tests by the hy- drology branch of the depart- ment of the environment show- ed a water eqiiivalenl of seven inches of snow for one inch of water. Glen Steed, head of the hy- drology branch, said the snow pack in the foothills is much heavier Mian that of the open land on the Prairies, where up to three or four inches of rnois- lure will be recorded when tho snow melts. He said due to the cooler weather, the department is not looking for a rapid rate of melt- ing. so most of the moisture will soak into the ground. He f.aid that any otlicr mois- ture (hat falls on southern Al- berta after tlie melting process will likely be instant surface runoff because the ground have reached the water satura- tion point. Early spring rains will nol; soak into tho ground and they I will bnild quickly to add to Lho river system runoff. Tourist information centres available through province Datsuns recalled The Ifornld LcfiisIaLnro P-nrcnii EDMONTON Hob Do.. ministor rehponsililo for tour- ism, lias invited localities Lo apply In have government Ira- Information centres es- vcllcr i tablLshcd In their communities Vv this i dels Sixteen 1J72 Datsun 1200 mo- deb in have been re- called for repairs lo the hood latch. The Canada wide recall ofl certain 1200-series cars was is- sued aflcr factory testing un- covered a defect in the Ifitch. of the defective mo- SCnt Gi vs par m liament Xmv, centres arc planned at Fort Macleod and I Jasper, he said in the IcgLsla- tnix1. nddilion, in formal ion I uiH ho set up at 14 lo- i ealiorvs