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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE IETHH1DCE HIIULD Wtdnnday, April I, Alberta To Make Study Of Correctional System EDMONTON' (CP) All law- breaVers under Alberta govern- ment Jurisdiction may become (he responsibility of Ihe social development department a MR SOUND FJNMOAi OMJOTfffD ACCOUNTANT His specialized equips him to these services: AUDITING ACCOUNTING INCOME TAX ESTATE PLANNING MANAGEMENT SERVICE THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF ALBERTA art of provincial plans to em- ibasize rehabilitation In the rcrrectiooal system. Atlorney-General Edgar Ger- hart said in an interview thai a tudy ot the proposal will be made "as soon as Ihe session s over." Legislation EPW before the for the social de- velopment department to have jurisdiction over juveniles. Mr. Gerhart said "if it's best for the young offenders, why should it not be the best for adult He said the social develop- ment department could utilize expertise in the social Held in looking at corrections as a so- cial problem. The attorney-general's de- partrneot, he said, would be- come' an organization dedicate) solely ID Ibe'. administration justice. Seaway Opeiis After Delay JIASSENA, N.Y. (AP) Regular shipping began on thi St. Lawrence seaway Tuesda instead of April 1 as e.xpectei Severe ice conditions forced Ihi delay. More than 20 ships ha been waiting to make the pas. sage downstream from Lzk Ontario and about 10 in thi Montreal area for inward pas- sage. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 511, SI. S. rh. Alien Capital Furniture EDDY DIETRICH. C.D.M. Scars Left By Oil Tanker Leak May-INever Be Erased AHICHAT, N.S. (CP) The oil in the tanker Arrow, rolen in two nearly two Mirths ago, is expected to be phoned off within two weeks. But the scan the niarine dis- aster created may never be rased. Seen from a distance, the wks along the shore look like coal. Up to 125 miles of shore- ne on Caedabucto Bay where he Arrow went aground Feb. 4 have been blackened from the low tide mark up. Underfoot it is more like tar ten oil. Dr. P. D. McTaggarl-Cowan he executive secretary at the National Science Council ap- Minted to direct the tjanspor lepartmEot's cleanup opera was, says the oil on the rock} leaches 'will eventually harrien into a rock-tike coating. 'The oil that is on the bed rock, the cfitt edges, is there to he said in an interview. The facts on-the. effects on marine life are not all in yet but data collected so far does not. suggest, major ecologka damage, he said.. "The lobsters are all uel] aor. be said. Dr. McTaggaH-Cowan sal marine biologists, with. cSvir gear hare checked the sea bet and foucd that oil does not ex lend past the tow tide mark. The floating oil has. foulei fishermen's nets and a problem with sheep in the area has de velopcd. sheep feed during the winter on seaweed and scien lists are watching closely to any ill effects of lie addition oil to their diets. The oil is known as bunker Dr. McTaggarl-Cowan said talics a temperature of aboi 400 degrees to burn bunker and about degrees to burn the busker C emvrfsioo. The most successful cleanup evice tested so far is mechani- 1. Basically it is a conveyer Kit with towelling attached. ie towels sweep. 141 the oil mm Ihe water's surface and ie oil falls off and into a barge, ut the machine, which workers all a "slick can only used on water For real suc- cess a spill must be reached be- fore it spreads to the beaches. Dr. Harold Sheffer of Ottawa, rice-chairman of the Defence Research Board and one of sev- Government Debenture Authorized The JU- cabinet has authorized the borrowing through sale d debentures the first of the Ihe govern- ment intends to raise Ihis.fisca year. Interest rale of nine per een will be paid on the 20-year de- bentures, y ral scientists studying the said the canvas conveyer can fill i 45-xiUoB dnirn sbcut "iwa minute. OM machine is in operation and two more are to be built. Up lo gallons of oS ire still in the forward sedioe of the Arrow, lodged an Cerberus Rack, Bid up lo pUoflE are. in the stern section, sub- merged in 90 feet of water, said Capt. Michael Martin, Navy deputy chief of staff, combat rendiness. Maritime 1 Halifax. PUMPED About MO.OOO gallons have wen pumped from Hie baker and the remainder, more thao gallons, spilled mto the bay. The location of the tton B marked by booys nected to vahw tM hWte be installed by dtren with speoal drilling The Arrow lad oerr haidi cor ers over her evgo tankz valves' had to be Cached derwater to enoneet pomp hoses. Using steam jets and sur face pocrps, bunker oil is forced up hoses to a collection barge. Dr. HcTaggart-Cowan sail be is sure bis report to Transpor Miaista- Don Jamiesnn win h> valves.for hose attaehDHnts be Ued to "atrj- tanker that comes I Mr. Jamieson before Canadian I Umted States superUnker Man- aear 'Canada." co-opention w extended for hattan, now under wiy, waf One of Ue demands made by I the trip to the Arctic of the I that such valves be HtaUed. SPEED FREAK describe! someone addicted to Ihe stimulant drugs. kills. No one knows this better thon Ike users. But still his vicious habit is growing rapidly among young people. Wny? What, does it do to them? And what happens to an addict? A former ipced freak tells story this Saturday In Weekend Magazine. 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