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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRiDOE HERALD Tuesday, Augosl 3, 1971----------------------------------------- Hard-working students amaze army officers CAMP P ET A WA WA. Onl.l (CP) At Ibis sprawling, 01- lawa Valley armed forces base, high school and university stu- dents from across Onlario are .spending Ihcir .summer doing work ranging from mililia Iniin ing to ecology studies. Some are performing as lum- berjacks wielding axes and chainsaws as clear away brush and lirnbei from either side of a 20-mile stretch of gravel road that winds through t ii e heavily-forested military base. The students about of them arc involved in the fed- eral government's student sum- mer employment program, de- signed lo provide hard-to-get work for young people aged IB to ?A. The army has some 130 regu- lars ucd tip in supervisory roles, but appeals convinced that its manpower investment is wpll wnri'i'vhile. The 85 or so young bushwack- ers, officially" called range- clearcrs, are engaged in some- thing more lhan a make-work project. Camp said Hie long cast-west road that curls through the base serves as a firebreak and there was a pressing need to push back Ihe encroaching forest. The sides of Ihe washboard roadway are txnng cleared by a total of yards. "We've been quite amazed by Ihc amount of work these kids put said an officer. "It looks as if we'll have to find new work for them if they keep going the way they arc." IIIIU5D TEN WEEKS The students were hired for 10 weeks and get paid S2.38 an hour for an eight hour day, with meals and accommodation their own responsibility. Most are from the Pembroke area and live with their families. Dr. McClure sees camps levels "niggardly" charge They liupc lo finish the sum- mci' with an average of perhaps 5600 in Iheir pockels, though some, says Jason L'Abhe of Pembroke, a University of Western Onlario student, are "lilo-iVing it as it comes along." More lhan 600 students, se- lected from across the province, aie undergoing a leadership Iraining program tied to studies in ecology the science that deals with (ho hahils of living organisms in relation to their environment. With leaders chosen from among themselves, groups of students go tramping through the wilderness examining such subjects as the effect of forest fires on the forest floor and wildlife, and the effects c! human'bush-trampling on soil, wildlife and vegetation. The course also involves training in citizenship and mak- ing speeches. Participants in the six-week program get the same as the militia trainees, a day. Like the militiamen, they also get their meals and accommo- dation free. TOROXTO (CPi Dr. Rob-1 ert McClurc, a former modera- j lor of the United Church of Can- ada, has just relumed from a tour of refugee camps in East Pakistan and charged that Ca- nadians have hccn niggardly in providing relief aid. East Pakistan has been wracked for the last four months by civil war accompa- nied by cholera and famine re- sulting from a death-dealing cy- SIMPSONS SEARS Solves Hot Wafer Problems PRICES START AS lOW AS 89 ,98 Call 328-9231 For Fast, Low Cost Installation clone earlier this year. "As of this weekend the amount given by Canadians to all the relief agencies combined works out at something like three cents a the 70- year-old churchman said in an interview Friday. The Canadian Red Cross says Ihe rmount collected to dale by the Combined Appeal stands at S382.G77, plus 565.000 given by the Mcnnonites. "Even the S9 million allocated by the Canadian government would not feed the ref- ugees for more than 48 Dr. McClure said. "Fifty cents From every Cana- dian given immediately would help feed Ihe slaning at least a little longer." Dr. McClure, who has served J4 years as a missionary sur- geon in the Far East, also vis- ited the Philippines, Indonesia and West Pakistan during his three-month tour. The purpose of the tour, sponsored by Oxfam, was to see what can be done to speed up family plan- ning programs in the areas vis- ited. 20-lb. box SIMPSONS-SEARS LAUNDRY DETERGENT Eiucn "ond detergent Intely? No0 Thf-n your food money for food Cliaree your determent, ru Sinip- sonri-Sears in our liouse- Telephone 328-9231 HOUSEWARESDEPT Draft bill opponents set to work WASHINGTON (AP) A two-year military draft bill, also urging President Nixon lo nego- tiate with Hajioi a "final date" for total United States with- drawal from Indochina, has been approved by House of Rep- rcsentatiyes and Senate negotia- tors. Anti-war senators i m m e d i- ately set to work trying to or- ganize a filibuster to block Se- nate passage at least until Con- gress returns from a month-long summer recess in September. The bill does not include the Se- nate's nine-month deadline for an end to the Vietnam war. Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield, who wrote the con- troversial nine-month deadline Senate amendment, was ex- pected to decide today whether he will even call the bill up in the Senate before recess begins next Friday. Senate conferees led by armed services chairman John C. Stennis (Dem. gave in lo the House negotiators' ada- mant stand against the dead- line, brep.king n deadlock that lias left Ihe United Slates mili- tary draft in limbo a month al- ready. Previous draft aulhority ex- pired June 30. House armed services chair- man F. Edward Hebsrt (Dem. La.) said he expects the House to pass the bill Tuesday and send it to the Senate. But Senator Mike Gravel (Dem. Alaska) said he mil then filibuster "as long as necessary' to prevent reinstatement of the draft." Bums earns more money CALGARY (CP) Burns Focd Ltd. earned or 40 cents a share during the first half of 1971. !n the corresponding period, the company earned or 3-1 cents a share Sales for the first six months were an increase of 17.S per cent over the same period in 1370. President A. J. E. Child said hog marketing reached a rec- ord average of week, compared vviUi (he previous high of M.OOO a week in 10 U. CORRECTION The ad that appeared in the Saturday, July 17t'. edition of The Herald for CHINOOK OUTDOOR SALES AND SERVICE Should .Have Henri SOUTH PARK TRAVEL TRAILERS Canada's First Totally Certified Travel Trailers CHINOOK OUTDOOR SALES AND SERVICE 1205 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 327-0208 or 328-4916 LETHBRIDGE W E D N E S DAY MORNING at SIMPSONS-SEARS While Quantities Last Personal Shopping Only Please Ladies' Fashion Shoes Reg. and Flals and casuals in slip-on or lie slyles. Good size range, colors of brown, black, beige. Shoe Depr. Patio Torches Reg. 4 .77 Sel of 2 torches give your pofio a warm glowing light and also repel insecls. Sayelle Knitting Yarn SALE 2-oz. skeins of acrylic machine washable yarn. Excellenl for your fall wardrobe. Good color selection. Notions Depl. 5-5-0 Lawn Food Reg. 88 Give your lawn a luxurious carpet look with 5-5-0 oil-organic lawn food. 50-lb. bag covers sq. fl. Sunglass Sale Reg. 2" A wide assortment of men's and ladies' styles including traditional and Ihe new mod styles. Support Pantyhose Reg. Now a support hose with an extra sheer look. Colors of light beige, medium beige ond haze grey. Sizes S.M.L.Xl. Brntt 33 Lotion Reg. 2" A substantial saving on this well known men's after shave. 8-oz. size, slock up now. Ladies' Shorts Reg. and 1.33 "1.66 and M Choose from lerry, fcrtrel or slrekh nylon in short and medium length. Assorted colors. S.M.I. 8-Speed Blender Value B-push bulicn model Osier Blender can do anything from chopping lo slirring. Bio; Swinger Camera SALE Easy lo oporale fun camera lakes black and while pictures in only 15 seconds. Takes clear piclurcs. 60" Printed Crimpknit Reg. yard The carefree fabric you just wash and wear. Great for lops, pants and dresses. Yardgoods Gruh and Bug Killer Reg. .77 Cross counlry 10-6-4 gels rid of all com- mon garden Insects quickly. 40-lb. bag coven sq. fl. Economy House Paint Reg. 3 88 OUT popular while exterior oil base paint, suitable for mosl oulside surfaces. Medium gloss finish. Ladies' Summer Tops Reg. to Perfect malch males for shorls. A greal seleC- lion choose from in your favorilc color. Girls' Swimwear Teens' Sizes 7.99 l-piccc, 2-piecc ond bikinis in group. Assorl- cd fabrics and colors. Girls' sizes 8-14. Teens' sizes 10-Hx. ;