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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 LEIMRR1DGE HtKMU Wcdncjiliiy, Ap-il 12, .louse .broadcasting falls short of expectation Public ted up UAl.Tfilt KKKVKM IIL'K KOMONTON ILT) The Al- U'ijisliiluri1 is I lie in tho llritish Commomvenllh Ui permit of all its U'jiild iiim-iise Ihe awareness i Tlie metlia and knowledge of MlKML'.ins in i exactly rushed into tho I tlie uay llieir province is fjov-( live arcmi. There have erucit Lou llyiuliiKin, house leadci- for the Consci Whrn i! sUnlcd in March, Don Getty, minislor nf inter-govern- mental atrnii-K. had hipli hopos tiin( U'lt'u-iion radio cover- nfii1 of tht1 lei.'i-ljidi.-'e nl u oi'k livi: L'mnienl, predicted a of otitdaled lure Miles and inoro So far, Ihe move ile.scTibed by lYfmior Peler as a "hiMoric first" lias fallen short of. liiL'ir expectntiuiis. only Jive tele vision j grnuis -one Miiveli 15 tlic lo set ii TV deviate on u until tlie TV tiny and molion iif noii-confttk'iH'c u-li it'll I finally defeated Hie motion of Hie government for r.on confidence in lh_> early- misusim; public money lo pay morning hours. yovenuniMil c'omimllees. Opposition L cade r Hut Social C'u'tlil was outnian-1 Slrmii snid the Credit ociUTt'd (lie C'nusei'vjitive j tlic cnincras lo rceovtl inajot'ily ujipusiliim nt-j llieir argument that Ihe lempls lo adjoui'ii Hie cU'luilo inenL caucus commit tees .should Apollo-ivhy go? CAP1-; TJa. (AC) orbilins the moon alone, said: Apollo Hi's astronauts luivcj "I'H bo able lo make obsurva- Iv-forbirldiM) tape roeorders to! clpfinile ideas ahrjul why tmm. tions and judgments that no un- kc-ep track of debates. should continue to explore tiiei manned satellite could make." As one station manager put U, moon vJiy tiicii' method is Apollo Hi is scheduled for FUDerior lt> unmanned launching April Hi. Why go soil collectors, back? John Youim Duke1 "Vovj n ol" critical appen) and Thorns MaUmcU' wore from the public like: speeches have not he- asked in interviews why astro- 'l s -'lls'- another of come noticeably shorter and j continue lo b.ick lo tlic Duke replied. "H is more concise, HIP opposing; moon and to compare the Apollo' not another bnj; of ror'KS. It forces in Hie have exploration wilh UiiU of Russia's: is il of thai helps mi- conducted manoeuvres irinicd at Luna ifi and Luna 2n, each secret of Ibe whole r-oliiniivl (o earl 11 a crenlkm of out- solar syslom." after tlie open-door policy wenl Uitu effect and (lie second March 27 when Mr. made his maiden spct-ch in the assembly as premier. For Kdmnnton and Calvary j viewers, there ii; n 3rt-mimili; TV program Suiulay that is filmed j I1'rid ay afternoon Kadio coverage has been lim-1 ik'd to clips provicied by report-, cip5 v.Jio tmw cati use i rallicr candidly, the often-dull; of the j lure doesn't have high audience'. i not receive for oul-of- i pocket expenses. i Tlie legislature has also run into problems wilh the Alberta Hansard, written record of de- bates. Members unanimously agreed March H that a substan- tially-verbatim record of debate .should be nrod'tcpc'. Timy hai'e ycl to see Ihe firaL copy. T h c govoninicnt lias bcul more success willi older changes, both designed to place Ihe prh'iilc inonibcr in the lime- light more often. One change allows backbenchers lo pilot government bills through (lie and Ihe oilier permils de- hour a bills introduced by opposition mem- bers. gelling themselves on c.iriicni. Ihree color-TV cameras fcw ounces of lunar soil. onlered fljc chamhcr March 15 lo record hve. tor the firsl tune. j U) l And MaUingly said: "I think ienlKic missions of the (he reguliti- house spvrn MLA's jinn at once to fire The previous tught. Sndal 1 I Credit opposition tncnihcrs tried j I conuimnUy around Ihe VICTIM OF TARRING Philomeno McGuckin, 24, is shown hvo of her Ihree children at her home in Belfast's BullyMurphy district afler she was beaten, tarred and feathered. The Raman Catholic housewife, who is five months pregnant, accused the- Irish Republican Army of ordenna lo quil her home or be shot tier fhree children. Her assai'anls accused her of laking drugs wh'ch she a'snies. fAP Wirepholo) and I'll uiuirnnlce there's not one oiilside of linsnia v.lio would trade his simple of Apollo moon material for the material 1 brought back by the said Duke. "It's not tlint the Liuins were not remarkable feats. Inn they i havp relurned only n lev; our.cc.s am! we have several pounds of careJ'nlly selected and docu- 1 mesitcd he snitl. have lots ol extra knowledge based on crew observations SIDNKY, Mont. when they pick up samples." Sugar Co. sakl Monday il will J Younp. who will In ml on Ihe spend more than Si million this 1 moon wilh Duke, odded: year in improvements to its "In addition to (he docu- Sidney factory. I meritcrl rocks collected, each eally posed abnul the more cjnes- moon than Montana siiiic Faclorv lo gel overhaul Job they've answered. Much time we raise, a new question, seek nn answer. Once you L'ct all (ho little answers, you can fi- nally arrive at the complete an- swer. Rpcausc osir (liyhl is lo tlie highlands, I Ihiiik Apolln Ifj will ;m.si.ver more questions about Ihr? history of Ibc moon titan any (lichl had tip lo now.1' Tactory manager John Mgro j the Apollo crews said Ihe" sum is in addition to a science .station the S.'j.n million spent over the last few years at Ihe factory. Mni'or improvements include building Iwo thick juice stor- age tanks, construction of a new clarittcr, changes to the fiiteriiif; system, and relocation 1 of equipment. has emplaned The instru- Hire vice informers NEW DELHI, India (AP) The government loUl menl Monday iL lias hired in- formers and set up vice squads lo stop prostitution in New Uemi, which a member claimed menls in theic slaVions will send a (TI.owillp nienacc in Ihe cap- back information for years and enable us lo learn much about! '______________ Ihe of i CSET HKTrKH SOCIAL ANIMALS Mntlingly, will operalCi Wolves highly sncinl nni- i an elaborate array of c umbras mals and usually occur in j and scicnlitic instruments while i groups and packs. Kaiser report inaccurate TORONTO (CD The Cana- dian Press erroneously reported Friday that Toronto stockbroker Vullinm He-ally Macilormlcl an officer of KH1, Invcslments in 1059. Ontario Securilu'S Com- mission Friday Hint it will hold a hearing May Ifi to consider the coiitinucd rcgistrn- I (ion of A. K. and Co. nntJ 1 two nf its officers, Mr, Macdon- l aid, president, anil Ronald Alex- I nndcr Gunn, a director. I Mr. M.iccloiiald sjitd Friday NIC charges made by (he com- inisKion arc unjustified ond iur- tlicr comment be inappro- priate. Tlic commission ordered the hearing in connection with the firm's of shares of Kaiser Resources Ltd. of Spar- wood. B.C.. in 10CD. Some director-i and insiders of Kaiser K r s o u r c e s actjuircd shares in tlie company (luring the 1SG9 offering through KHL Investnienls Ltd.. a company set up for the uurposo. Mr. Macdtjnfild wns never a director or officer of KHL In- vestments LUl and, at thai time, was not. a director of Kai- ser Resources Lul, with methods The Herald Legislature Dierorm EDMONTON Consumers nnd Hie general public nrc get- ling increasingly- annoyed about arlificial methods used iu intcn-sivc livestock and poul- try production. Art Dixon (SC Milllcan) charged 'n the IcgLsialurc. A ropulablc study tcvcaict1 recently that per cent farmers and 91 per cent of the public polled, said poultry should linvo room in Iheir rages (o spread (heir wings. The survey also revealed that 05 per cent o[ farmers and per cent of the public said ani- mals should have space to turn around in Iheir stalls. SKIUfK'S MATTKIl and more consumers are concerned about the ways animals are being said (he MLA during debate on spending estimates for the de- partment of agriculture. "This is a very serious mat- ter." Concern was also expressed about chemicals such as for- tiluy drugs used in intensive production of mer.l. Agriculture Minister Hugh Horncr said the government is Mandatory cj also concerned and Is develop- ing more regulations. Veterinarians today are gaining and using more knowl- edge about animal psychology, he said. Dr. Ilorncr said it is "excel- lent" that consumer groups pet involved in setting and policing agriculture rvgulalions. lie suggested one way con- sumers can get involved is to appoint them to agricultural products markeling 'Minimum standards for the- humane and reasonable treat- ment of animals, whether they be birds or cattle, ace very im- portant, said Ibe minister. lie said the public also has an c f e I on regulations gov- erning agricLilturii hy (lie kinds ill products they agrcu or re- fuse to buy. ITALIANS TALK PKKLNG lUeutL'n Tlic joint Sino Italian trade comnns- s i o n I y such commission which China lias established with a country -began its first mrsting iti Peking Mou- dsiy. The economy agreement U'liicb the countries signed in Rome last October set up ttio inspciiion campaign being pressed OTTAWA CCP) Tim Cana- dian Safety Council Tuesday a campaign (or manda- tory car inspection across Can- ada. Nova Scotia, ttew Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and llrit- ish Columbia already demand regular car checks. Phi! Farmer, executive direc- tor of the council, said in a pross release thai regular main- tenance of cars is essential for (heir safe operation. "Ahnut (JO per ccnl of motor vehicles are rejected on Iheir first snid. "Thnt heyond a (loubl thai the majority of motorists simply do not maintain their cars pro- perly. "More important, 10 per cent of nccidenls fire direct re- sult of mechanical malfunc- tions, most ol which can be traced to lack of proper main- tenance.'' PURCHASE ON YOUR CONVENIENT EATON BUDGET CHARGE ACCOUNT Week Long Thursday, April 13th Through Wednesday, April t i m AH Occasion Greeting Cards box of 74 carcK. Covers birlt ond bereovcmenfs. SPECIAI vedalngi, 83c Cellulose Tape c g liandy dispenser cutting edge Eacn roll h 1010" of lape, SPECIAL Smarl Dssk Accessories Smarl styling of American clipper desk accessories. 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