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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Flag thefts discussed in legislature EDMONTON (CP) The government is trying to devel- op a system of unstealable flags, the legislature has been told. "Perhaps the minister would have the flag poles suggested Gordon Taylor (SC- Public Works Minister Win- ston Backus had said there has been delay in putting Al- berta flags everywhere they should be because a lot of flags have been stolen in the past. "We are trying to put up flag poles that have a particu- lar type of internal locking de- vice so flags can be put up and they won't be tampered he told Mr. Taylor. Alberta's policy was to erect provincial flags at major entry and exit points with other prov- inces. "The Canadian flag, of course, as the one that is erect- ed along the borders between Alberta and the States, but I believe we should have an Al- berta flag there too, in Alber- ta." Joturday, April 14, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD I I I III IICI D YOU GET THE HOME YOU WANT! ART DRIEDIGER Send for your free 1973 Home Guide Today. 80-5 NAME_____ ADDRESS. P. O. Box 3034, Postal Station V, Calgary, Alberta B I I I 110 and going strong Caesar Paul and his 13-year-old great grandson, Pierre, look over a letter received from Queen Elizabeth II last year honoring Mr. Paini's 109fh birthday. Still puff- ing away on his pipe something he's 'been doing for 100 years. The former and medicine man cele- brated his llOth birthday Friday. Doctors discuss i lung ailments HAMILTON, Ont. (CP) "The Pink Puffer wants to breath but can't. The Blue FEEDERS FARMERS WELDERS HANDYMEN HOMEOWNERS We carry a complete stock of STEEL IN FLATS ANGLES CHANNELS BEAMS WIDE FLANGES RAILS ROUNDS SQUARES PLATES SHEETS RECTANGULAR AND SQUARE TUBING REINFORCING STEEL WIRE MESH PIPE GALORE FOR FENCE POSTS CLOTHESLINE POLES CARPORT COLUMNS OR FOR ANY OTHER USE YOU MAY HAVE. TONS TO CHOOSE FROM Bring in your truck and load up at bargain prices We also deliver locally Bring in yoirr scrap steel cast iron batteries radiators copper brass and get tho best trade value ever We also pay cash! VARZARI IRON LTD. STEEL YARD LOCATION 2808 2nd Ave. N. SCRAP LOCATION 3402 2nd Ave. N. Bloater can, but doesn't ap- pear to want to." Dr. John Howell, professor of medicine at University of Southampton, England, ex- plains: "At one extreme, you have the Pink Puffer, the person who is pink and breathless be- cause he has difficulty getting air in and out of his lungs. "At the other extreme is the Blue Bloater. He has diffi- culty with the gas exchange and becomes blue, cyanofic and swells up with fluid. Somehow the mechanisms that control his breathing are disturbed and he doesn't breath enough." Dr. Howell, one of a group of scientists taking part in a meeting of doctors from Aus- tralia, Great Britain, Italy, Sweden, United States and Canada at McMaster Univer- sity here until Saturday, said that much of the lung disease they are trying to understand, shouldn't even exist Montana will share coal reserves HELENA, Mont. (AP) Montana is willing to share its vast reserves of coal with the energy-starved United for a price. For its cut, Montana wants strip-mined land restored to ag- ricultural use. And it wants money poured into the state treasury to reimburse the people and generations yet to come for the loss of a natural resource. The legislature, at the urging of Gov. Thomas L. Judge, has approved stringent new recl- amation and tax laws whicfi give the state the authority to refuse any strip-miuing appli- cation and revoke any approved permit if the environment ap- pears endangered. The actions come as the de- mand for high-quality coal esca- lates. A U.S. House of Repre- sentatives task force has rec- ommended a increase in energy research tf- forte, with calls for emphasis on replacing U.S. dependency on Middle East oil with synthetic coal gas. URGES STRONG CONTROLS In his message to the legisla- ture, Judge said Montana should write into law the strongest controls on strip min- ing in the U.S. The legislature responded by: to 40 cents a toi from 10 cents the tax on the highest quality coal available in the rich Fort Union deposit which also cuts through Wyom- ing and North Dakota. contour strip sill- ing, the layered approach that oats into the sides of many Ap- palachian hillsides. a bond of up to an acre on coal com- panies to insure that the land is reclaimed in its original contour and that a vegetative cover is grown and maintained. TALL ANIMAL The giraffe is the tallest living animal. ROAD i INFORMATION ANNOUNCEMENTS This Year They're To keep you better Informed on road con- radio stations at regular specific times, ditions throughout the Province, road ban Emergency notices may be made at times information will be broadcast on all Alberta other than as scheduled when necessary. POST THIS SCHEDULE FOR READY REFERENCE! BROADCAST TIMES Monday: p.m. x 1 ;30 noon __ Wednesday: p.m. Thursday; noon _ Friday: p.m. Saturday: noon_ BANS EFFECTIVE Wednesday: a.m. Friday: a.m. Monday: a.m. HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT This is a pair of deck shoes. For sailors. Or those who want to look like sailors. You can brave the high seas or cruise in sheltered inlets. Or nose around the docks where ship-building goes on, where vast ships call from distant ports. Take the harbour tour in Vancouver, or plant your deck shoes firmly on one of the many B.C. ferries running over to Vancouver Island. It's a 2 hour vwagc in itself! This is a pair of golf shoes. If you're a golfer, you're probably itching to get into these before May. You canon the coast. Here's the chance to work out that hook or slice before the golf season back home even begins. Whether you're lining op a 15-foot putt, or hitting a stiff drive Into a sea breeze on any one of our coastal golf links... won't it feel good to get into these shoes a litUe early this year? This is a pair of ski boots. Take them to the sunny slopes of the Okanagan. The Kootcnays. Or dnwn Grouse Mountain just minutes above Vancouver. Take the coastal highway north along scenic Howe Sound then turn inland and wind your way up to Whistler Mountain. Buckle down to Spring. On skis. In British Columbia. This is a pair of tennis shoes. Lace these up and plant yourself and your partner on any one of the many tennis courts that abound in B.C. Play tennis by the ocean. In the crisp salt air. By cedar trees. Under clear Spring skies. Onlv in British Columbia. This is a pair of hiking boots. Thcv'rc at their best in B.C. the mountain trails of the coastal rain forests. Over the rugged beauty of the Interior. Across the meadows of the Cariboo. Ah, wilderness is alive and wdl and waiting in British Columbia. Head for beautiful British Columbia. This Spring. It's here just waiting for you. For a colourful visitor's kit, please write to: Government of British Columbia, Department of Travel Industry, 1019 Wharf Street, Victoria, B.C. Come out to British Columbia Relax. Slip i a pah- of old soft shoes. Then browse through antique shops in Vancouver's old Gastown Quarter. Hunt for bargains in Victoria's curio shops. Pause a while in some of the sleepy Htllc towns of the Frascr Valley. Try a morning walk in sail air around Stanley Park's Seawall feed the suans on Lost Lagoon. Catch your breath in British Columbia. ;