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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ 1HI LlTWMofiC HKA1D April 15, Conservationists Score Victory WASHINGTON (ReulefS) With the observation that. "you can't violate the law just by sperding a fed- eral judge has hatred the start of an 800-mile oil pipeline through Alaska, and gave con- a over hig Three conservation groups persuaded Judge George L. Hart Jr. of the U.S. district court to issue an injunction that may delay the start of the pro- conservationists say could despoil the Alaskan wil- months or longer. A consortium of eight compa- nies want to build (be arn-mfle the world's biggest at four feet in lo bring future oil wealth from their leases on the rich North Slope of Alaska to the Pacific port DC Vsldez. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITO; fSTABHSHED 19U Flow SI74HlAn. 317-1541 But Hart's injunction bars the interior department from issu- ing the required government permits until all issues, includ- ing possible pollution of the Alaskan wilderness, are thor- oughly aired in court. The conservationists, repre- wolirg Ihe Wilderness Society, the Friends of the Earth and the'Environmental Defence Fund, laid heaviest emphasis on arguments that the pipeline and a proposed road to run parallel to it for 390 miles could do irre- parable harm (o the Alaskan en- vjoament. But Hart seemed more inter- ested in the fundamental legal questko of whether, the law per- mitted using the amoiml of pub- lie land the developers require for the pipeline and the road. The conservationists said the right-of-way sought by the' oil companies for the pipeline alone would be wider than that per- mitted by law. They said the granting of an additional right-of-way for the service road would clearly not be authorized by laws governing the use of public lards. SpkdAL ASSISTANT WINNIPEG (CP) Francis Eady, former director of the Canadian -Institute of Public Affairs, has been named spe- cial assistant to'Manitoba pre- mier Ed Scnreyer. egalBill Breezes OTTAWA (CP) Tin Com- ma-justice committee Tua- iv breezed through a bill that would take sorce of the case mrkload off the Supreme Court Canada and. as Justice Hin- der1 John Turner said, give it mare time for legal aid eonsti- A S-T-H-E-T-C-H Of THf IMAGINAIION- Meing' litik Tony (outon of Sacramento, feeding hit canine friend a lid .bit, had a nxnon le take a lecond look. Actually Tony and hh two Dachih'und fi'Kndj, Mr. Sole, Sherry, tail; were posing tor photographer t to publicize e dog thaw. New Mood Of Optimism Prevails At Ottawa OTTAWA (CP) A new mood of optimism appears to have taken bold among Cana- dian officials concerned with ef- forts lo find a formula for es- tablishing diplomatic .relations between mainland China and Canada. TalYs between representatives of the two 'countries have been going on in Stockholm for more than a year. There hare been indication recently of some movement on the key Question of Formosa, though an informed source de- nied here that any kind of dramatic breakthrough was in the offing. No subBUntrre progress has uccuued, he said. However, Ex- ternal Affairs Minister. Mitchell Sharp was quoted in Bonn, Ger- many, last as saying Lhe Eb had taken a -hopeful tnro. about the tame lime a htgh- .official said here they going ahead" and ex- optimism that they end in eventual success The Canadian side f eeb it has finally convinced the' Peking wnimmists tiiat raWada jg going to recognize their claim ta onnosa, Nationalist-held is- and off the'southeast China Just Arrived! TOKCX BY THE The fart (hit Peking has ac- cepted tins reality, and stiO negotiating, is seen among Canadian officials-as a rod augury. Coopkd with it is what zn un- official soiree described H busineis-like attitade part of the Chinese negotia- drs, and what was termed the friendHer tone of :the discus- HOLi) TEA PARTY Prior to one nonth, the Chinese are reporlei haVe thrown a tea party for _j Canadians, which appar eoUy lad the effect of at least improving the aunosphere sur juoding the talks. qualified nan-gov ennaent observers questioi he t her Peking's: greater nmAirii n] fa cautUU! nih- 4ing of recent wed ificd by for Tobrc in nnuite on the, posi- Be Sure To See Our Complete Selection Of New 1970 Model Toros Now on Display! LAWN-MOWERS ROTO TILLERS RIDING TRACTORS AND MOWERS GENEROUS TORQ The Best Mower You Can Buy! Exclusive Whirlwind wind tunnel dwign Mows lawns neater and cleaner gives you moro for your moneyl CONVfNIENT TERMS! OPIN TIU 9 P.M. THURS, AND FBI. NIGHTSl YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER AT Downtown 606-608 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 3J7-5747 North 32M441 Commillist njcofjiD; ing's claim to Formosa hao factor UnYitfiling tfa IKCTSS of the bilks from e beginning. Canada baa adranced i num T of proposals lor bridging the ap separating, the two post- on. One had to do wilh keep ing agreed minofas of the meet ngs whidi, IAIHV vei, wouad no made public. TMs ms rejected by the Com monut tide. Tta Canada wu prrjposed tha n Tramtiofi of Formosa be voided in the dommimique an- the establishment of oipaomatic retabora. week, this also was re- ported to bare been rejected by "eking. reports here said it is still among the fur mulaa being -.onddered as mpans of getting around the Under akerntive o tike aecoimt of Pttlnf's pon- ton, without indicating that Canada 'either rejects ft or ac Mr. Turner eatM the mea- ures "boutekeepirg amend- Oae of the moot under the bffl imorra section of the Serene Cowt Act irfaidi Clanlul Mmfc a.m. StKt AUrkfl Report i wonvn'e World Veryl Todd Jean Piuler Caravan' Cammentt: Firm Nevn, Sloda CBJt RADIO 1010 -'CALGARY wiDnestMr nnirr if n rrje Terra. 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