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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 _ lilt MERAID lo visit. WASHINGTON I'rcsl- dciil Ntxnn will visit I'ulanil M.i ilcnl Mxi'ii uni v i uuiiui Mn> iincl June.1 I following his trip' tn tlic SOMCI I'liion and kan. U-.e Unusc an- nmiiircil loday. READY FOR THE BIG BUMP An experimental AMF vehicle is equipped wilh a special bumper and olber features designed lo protect occupants in a SO m.p.h. barrier collision. The design wai developed for tlie U.S. department of transportation. tlic presiclenlial trip itinerary, wilh no oilier slops miilcmplaleil for Nixon's May- June i'luincy, wliich will start In Moii n'.v May Offer rou rues tit (sdl CALGARY iCI'i The lin- guistics ik'1'i'i'Uni.'iH at the Uni- versity of Calvary will offer ninckfool, Chinese nntl Roman- ian laiiyuanes as credit courses during Hie 1972 summer ses- sion, Dr. Herbert J. Izzo, depart- ment head, said lhal a univer- sity course in Biackfoot lias given only once before in iNorth America, and thai was offered last summer at the uni- versity. The svimmer courses Iwgtn July -I ami end 17. 100 Copies S3.30 plus tax f Gulf of St. Lawrence study to cost millions judges barred from hearing case iges KIIMONTON IIT> Mr. .Justice M. I1'. Manning of Al- bcrla Supreme Couvl lixlay rilled Hull prinim'ial cowl judges cnn not proceed oil fraud charges sworn 17 atjiiijist Dr. John Uliviil Dr. Craig charged wilh (Icfrauclini; Ihc Allirrlii Health Care Insurance Commission o[ S-13, but llic case has hecn ad- journed [our Ihncs in provin- cial cmirl Uic last time for n days. Roslyk Sadownik, Dr. Craig's lawyer, said Ihiil willioul the of (lie defence lawyer oi' Hie accused, the maximum ailjminiiiiciil allowed umlcr Ihc law is ciplil days. Neither lie nor Ills client approved the 13- day remand. Because of tliis, he said, Iho court has lost jurisdiction over the case and cannot proceed against Dr. Craig. charges are (here, all right, but they can't fin an with them because. Ilicy've lost jur- isdiction." Tbrec of Iho mljoiirnincnts have bean Ijccaiisc Ilin crown said it wanted first to deal four charges o! crivu- inal negligence against Dr. Craig. Mr. Sactowmk said In su- preme com I last week the ad- journments were denying tlic doctor tlic rigid to clear bis name. In an applic a 1 i o n (or (lie charges to be quashed, Dr. Craig snid, "I am not being prosecuted, foul persecuted for a cluirge w b I c li Is falsa antl malicious." The adjoiirinncnls have hcen granted by Provincial C o u rt Judge Carl Rolf and Judge IloU was named in Mr. Justice Man- ning's [bnl the fraud charges not be proceeded with. Last Friday, Mr. .Justice Neil Primrose of supreme court told the crown it will have lo re- turn all files seized from Dr. Craig's skid road clinic, except those relating lo criminal pro- ceedings. Instant Prints Copy Div. 1269 Ave. S, le Hy JOHN SOOSAIl..... DARTMOUTH, N.S. (CP) Canadian scientists will embark next month on a 520 million slurly of tlie Gulf of St. Law- rence aimed at increasing their knowledge lo the point where the area could be manipulated for the greater benefit of the coi.ntry- The Gulf Year Program will try to achieve on understanding of Ihe systems operating in Ihc gulf, including physical, chemi- cal, geological and biological oceanography, meteorology and climatology as well as socio-eco- numics. All Hie scientific disciplines will carry out their work simul- taneously, with preparatory studies followed hy intensive re- search starting in late and spanning Lwo winters. Dr. M. J. Dunbar of McCill University, co-ordinator a nd project leader, says scAenlisUs hope the study will give them information on the possibility of controlling the environment to the extent of maintaining a higher sustained yield of renew- able resources, such as flsli, and altering the marine cli- mate; containment and reduc- tion of pollution, and tlie devel- opment uf new resources, par- ticularly through aquaculturc. Tlie scope o! Ihe program and iLs objpclivcs were detailed to about nO Canadian industrial representatives at a seminar at the Bedford Institute of Ocean- ography there Thursday and Friday. RL'SI.VESS COMPLAINS Following a of discussion, business representa- tives generally concluded thai they will not have enough "lead lime" to participate extensively in producing instruments for the study. They blamed scientists for failure to involve industry in the preliminary planning for Iho Gulf Year Program and urged that they now produce their equipment requirements so that a last-minute effort can begin. A list of in.stmmcnlation re- quired will go out to industry when Oltawa makes a decision on S10 million requested to fund extra manpower, charter ships itinadian Challenge rmed dventure F orces uture A Military Career Counsellor will be ol Bridge Town House Motel from noon to p.m. 19 end 70 Apr. 72 lo discuss career opportunities in Canada's Armed Forcni and to take application! for enrolment. If you are Infereited and have a grodo 8 education or better, are a Canadian cilizen, married or single, in good heallli and between the of 17 and 24, ask oboul ihe following tradoir INFANTRYMAN VEHICLE TECHNICIAN SUPPLY TECHNICIAN MILITARY POLICEMAN MOBILE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT OPERATOR RADIO OPERATOR TRAFFIC TECHNICIAN Limited vacancies In orlier trades that llir> counsellor will be pleased to diicusi wilh you. Salmon frollers on slrike VANCOUVER un known number of salmon tro known number of salmon trol the spriug salmon fishing sea- son opened Saturday in a bid lo get a first contract wilh fish processing companies. Spokesman for the United Fishermen and Allied Workers Union said on Sunday that "several hundred" t r o Hers were on slrikc for a contract and higher prices. They said they were be.infl supported in the action, centred ori Ihe Gulf of Georgia, by the Native Brotherhood of British Columbia, repre-scnls In- dian fishermen, and the Pacific Trailers Association. Union secretary treasurer Jack [s'ichol said Ihe normally independent (rollers want con- tracts wilh the Canadian Fish Co. Ltd. and B.C. Packers Llil. Mr, Nicho! said Ihese companies conuol most, of the processing industry and "dic- tate and the "days of soiling fish to Ihc highest bid- der arc But D. F. Miller, president of Canadian fisliing, said he I hadn't heard about Ihc strike until contacted late Sunday and had had no earlier indications that the fishermen might re- fuse to sail. "If Ihis was something lhat had an impact on us, our pro- duction people would have been in louch with us.'1 he said. and contract work. Another MO million will come from the de- partmental budget, A government decision is cs- lecfed in five or six weeks. The program will study the 'uture of an area now consi- dered (lie most important of Canada's partially-enclosed seas and an exclusive Canadian (isli- nf! zone. The gulf is the princi- pal sea access to Iho largest cities and supplies 40 per cent of all Canadian fish landings. Scicnlisls hope that the study will develop expertise that could later be used for the solulion of similar problems across the country. 1VII.I, INVOLVE PEOPLE A primary part of tile study will be a socio-economic survey of the people living along the coasl of the gidl. "What we arc aiming for is lo sny. 'If you close Uie, Strait of Belle Isle, such .and such will happen; and if you keep the ice off Ihe gulf, then it will have liiis and that effect on produc- tivity here and there and other parts ot the says Dr. Dunbar. "If you continue to control the fresh water inflow', then you will reduce the fertility by so much, you will also change climate locally because ol the heat con- tained in Ihe fresh water." One of the crucial questions, according lo Dr. Dunbar, be to determine if it is possible lo keep the ice off the gulf and what it will do (o Ihe total pro- ductivity. It would have far- reaching ramifications, espe- cially for shipping and fishing. Man's activities are believed to have already produced small-scale climalic modifica- tions in parts of the gulf, Ihc seminar was told. A recent government study on man's impact on climate rec- ommended that a relatively small area such as the Gulf of St. Lawrence be studied for pos- sible climate control. LETHBRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE and U, of L Presents "WORKSHOP IN FAMILY DYNAMICS7 EMPHASIS ON THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA FAMILY April 21 and 22, Gymnasium, Gait School of Nursing Friday 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 Noon FAMILY DYNAMICS: AN OVERVIEW......George Mann AN APPROACH TO INTERVIEWING CULTURAL ASSIMILATION AMONG CANADIAN ORIENTALS THE JAPANESE FAMILY........ THE "POST-PIONEER" Family THE MORMON FAMILY PATTERN 31 mi charged with abductiiig RO1P officer Hcil Weaver F. Quo Pelcr Lomas Tony Miller Wes Boscom EUROPEAN IMMIGRANT GROUPS........Menno Boldt There will bo a dinner break Friday evening from 6 lo 7 p.m. Dinner is avail- iinimal charge. If you wish to itsy fcr dinner (Informal Group Discussion) c'ble cil Ihe workshop at a very min or need more information, please call1. Mrs. J. Putkelt at n.c. (cp> chad Bruce Myers, 22, of Mis-. sion, n.C., in the Frascr Valley, j was charged Monday kid- j napping and robbery In ttie riuction Sunday of an RCMP i constable and two other men j from a service station in this Vancouver suburb. Myers was charged in an inci- dent in which Brian Crosscn, 22, of Vancouver suffered a superfi- cial flesh wound in the back after a bandit had forced RCMP Constable A. V. Milclialcbuk to Rive up his sen-ice revolver by pretending ho liad a gun in his pocket. The officer IIPCII sum- moned (o Ihc station after a man threatened to have his dog altnck Mr. Crosscn and his date. After disarming the constable and wounding Mr, Crossen, the bandit took money from the sta- tion till and forced the police- man, Ihc wounded man and the service station attendant inlo his car, They drove over several miles of loucr mainland highway be- fore Constable Milchalcluik overpowered the gunman and got the revolver back. vnhicJo I .shears off posl KD.MOSTON J.-mips Harold 21. ami Douglas Goodwin, 25, linth nf Wain- urighh, were killed when their car left (lie highway and shear- ed off a guard posl near the Alberta Game Farm, 15 miles southeast ot the clly. MAN'Y Sf'I'C'IK.S There are mnre than j species of (islit's. I ing...Swinging.. costs Bess of WoolcoS Kites can be Fun! Try one of these for yourself! Lookout! It's the Big Eagle (A) And In tna daytime tool Jnd Whila wilh 5T wing span. Vroom! The 707 Strata Jet (Bt Jet-age design from nign grad 60" wing spon. A Red Blue. Each fi New! Beachcrafl Kile Apollo Re-Entry Kiles tooki like Apollo rno- sufc wilh 3 gionl carachulei. Each The Colibri Bird Flies by healing winqs lik a bird. jMulli-eoloured 1oo. Each Nylon Kite Cord (F) 300-Fr. nylon cord on ro- reel just like the proi uie. Each Keep Them All Happy and Keep and Eye on Them in tliis 6-Passenger Swing Sot! Colourlul, all-mclal construction include-, 2 Swings, 1 Air Glide and 1 town Swing 17" wicle. Top bar 3-fl. 6-in. long, legs 6-ft. 9-in. high. In and Gold. COMPLETE Baby Swing with Safety Seat Boby will enjoy being outdoors in all melal swing with scjfcfy scat and moveoblc? fronl cross bar. Attaches lo most models. A EACH Woolco 4-Passenger Swing Set Moaiu'-Rs 6-ft. 4-in. high with 7-fl. wide cross bar. Mauve and Gold, in metal. EACH .1 Be Sure! Be Safe! With a Ground Anchor You can't buy peace of mind, bul you can ensure safety for your chil- dren (Ins set of A Ground Anchors. 5CT 3. Open Doily 9 a.m. lo 6 7 hurl day and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.r College Shopping 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;