Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THB lETHBRIDOe HERAID Tuesday, Auguil 4, 1970------------------------------------.------------- ion Report Urges Decisive Ottawa Stand WINNIPEG (CP) Develop- ment of common approaches, Including the creation of single agencies in each province and setting up of data information hanks to combat pol'ution, have been suggested to the Canadian premiers' conference. "The time has come when Ca- nadians expect a decisive stand by government en the question of environmental said a preliminary report cf the Ca- nadian Council cf Resources Ministers, made public today by the premiers. Three Killed In Calgary Coll 1S1O11 CALGARY (CP) Three Al- berta youths were killed Mon- day night when their car col- lided head-on with another on the TransCanada Highway at the eastern edge of the city. Dennis K. Keim, 16, of Car- stairs, and liis cousin, Daniel R. Keim, 17, of Acme, were ernmental body should killed. Name of the lliird youth [ormed to facilitate informatio The council was commis- sioned by both the federal and provincial governments in July, to make the study. The re- pert, discussed by the premiers at nsniing sessions, filled only six pages, five of them outlining a half-dozen specific recommen- dations. As well, the council called f !he biaging of a full-scale co ference this fall to explore pro lems of the environment, dete mine components, the altcrn lives available and their imp it.ions. It said the workshop confe ence should be attended by re resentatives from departmen and agencies in the 11 seni governments responsible for e vironmental management. New factors that should studied at the conference wou be noise pollution and the fects of pesticides and land us on the environment. A single-agency a p p r o a c should be considered by eac government to overcome dupl cation of effort, inconsistency wlicy and "a general lack 'ocus on Hie total environments problem." The council said an inter-go1 b creating administrative and co- ordinating agencies should no be too expensive. "The actual cost will depend on the scope of the clearing house program that is requira and approved." was withheld. A charge of criminal gence was laid against Caron, 21, of Calgary. negli- Dale Kick "I Habit! or get A noted publisher in Chicago reports Uiere is a simple tech- nique for acquiring a powerful memory which cnn pay you real dividends in both business and social advancement and works like magic to give you added poise, necessary self- confidence and greater popu- larity. According to this publisher, many people do not realize how much they could influence others simply by remembering accurately everything they see, hear, or read. AVhether in busi- ness, at social functions or even in casual conversations with new acquaintances, there are ways in which you can dominate each situation by your ability to remember. 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"It must be declared that this recommendation is no less for a private individual than it is for industry and for every level of government." At the same time, govern- ments should set the example by providing a high level of waste treatment for their own systems. Target dates should be established for achieving stated leveh of waste control by all producers Of waste, specifically industry. While admitting that the na- ture and scope of their report was limited, the council said Calgary Child Missing In. B.C. SURREY, B.C. (CP) San- dra Munroe, 5, of Calgary was missing and presumed drown- ed Monday in the Fraser River in this Vancouver suburb. Police said the girl, camping with her family in the area, was last seen playing on sand dunes Monday afternoon. Dr. R. P. Kuipers Is pleased to announce the Association of Dr. B. C. 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O'Donnell, a former presidential aide, Mansifeld said Kennedy decided upon withdrawal in the spring of 1963, and told him so at White House meeting. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas Nov. 22, 1963. Mansfield told reporters he believes Kennedy's withdrawal decision was firtn and un- equivocal. "I think he would have pro- ceded with the Montana senator said. But Mansfield said be does know whether for- mer president Lyndon B. John- son, who was vice-president under Kennedy knew of the Kennedy withdrawal plan. 'I never mentioned it to Mansfield said. "I don't aiow whether he did or not." Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott asked "if LBJ knew of JFK's lews, the question is why did ic carry on the for four1 vears. "If a president wanted us to jet out, why didn't his vice- iresident know about it? A PERFECT-DAY What more could a boy ask for than a fishing rod, a flowing river, a sunny afternoon and a good catch of sunfish. John Corcoran-, P, looks the picture of contentment as he fishes in a Toronto river. Nahanni Riwr Valley Area WATSON LAKE, Y.T. (CP) 'rime Minister Trudeau re urned to Hiis community of 7( ite Monday after 24 hours i heart of the Nahanni Hive alley, an area that seem ikely to be designated by Hi ederal government as a na onal park. Mr. Trudeau arrived her unday afternoon aboard ransport department Jesttar efore changing to a twin-en gine Otter aircraft for the 160 aile flight to the South Nahann i the Northwest Territories. The prime minister and a Purchase Of Russian Plane Sought By Alaska Airline NOME, Alaska (AP) The irst Russian airplane to fly rom Siberia to Alaska since the econd World War will arrive ere Tuesday, and Alaska Air- nes board chairman, Charles Willis Jr., says he may try to uy it. Willis said from Seattle the AK-40, a tri-jet, will take off Providentia, Siberia, and y nonstop to Nome. He said ic plane, which seats 31 per- Dns in tourist arrangement, or ght executive style, cruises at 50 miles an hour and requires runway only feet tig. Willis said Alaska Airlines of- cials worked two months to iake arrangements for the trip the YAK-40, which is en route the Abbotsford, B.C., air low, Aug. 7. It will fly from onie to Anchorage, then to Tiitehorse, Y.T., and on to otsford, about 40 miles east of ancouver. Wffliv said it is possible laska Airlines may purchase sine of the YAK-40s for use in mtheastern Alaska where am- 4ctor And Wife Escape Fire MADRID (Reuters) Actor obert Shaw, his wife actress ary Ure and their five chil- en escaped unhurt Monday hen fire swept through the Durban home of actor-director son Welles. Shaw and his mily were using the house lile he completed work on the ovie A Town Called Bastard w being shot in Spain. Million Fire MOPE, B.C. (CP) Fire de- sl.royeji production buildings at the giant Mascot mine near here causing an estimated 53 million damage. HALE OPTICAL COMPANY tTD Gary Martin Dispensing Optician 327-7155 phibious planes now are in serv- ice. International Jet Air Ltd. o: Calgary hopes to import the plane to Canada if it receives certification from meat of transport. the depart- Kidnappers'' Demands Rejected MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (Reuters) A kidnappec American security official and a Brazilian diplomat today faced the prospect of prolonged cap- tivity after the government re- jected guerrilla demands for the release of political prisoners in exchange for their freedom. Tile Tupamaros urban guer- r i 11 a organization demanded that Uifl government release all political prisoners in Uruguayan jails and send them to Cuba, Mexico or Peru. Guerrillas Friday abducted Daniel A. Mitrione, 49, of Ro- swell, N.M., an employee of the U.S. Agency for International Development who was advising the Uruguayan government on security leclmiques. They also abducted Aloysio Mares Dias Gomides, 41, second secretary and assistant consul- general at the Brazilian em- bassy. In its first official statement since the kidnappings, the gov- ernment Monday rejected the swap deal as extortion against the lawfully-constituted authori- ties." It said those in jail were not political prisoners but were awaiting trial or serving sent- ences for criminal offences. APPROVE MERGER BREMEN (Reuters) A merger cf West Germany's two argest shipping companies was given final approval Tuesday by shareholders of Norddeulscher Lloyd by a vote of to 28. lamhurg-Amerika Line slock- j holders approved the merger I Monday. WANTED HOUSES I1 2-3-4 Bedroom Furnished and Unfurnished CONTACT; Housing Offico University of Lethbridcje Phone 327-2171 ExI. 209. handful of assistants, reporters and photographers transform to two flat-bottom, open boats for a 130-mile voyage down the spectacular river, flanked on both sides by towering flat- faced rocks. The area abounds with moose, bear, wolves and other wildlife, which Mr. Trudeau many of saw. Tlw trip began at the bottom of Virginia Falls, a 316-foot high waterfall twice as high as Niag- ara Falls. DRANK WATER Before getting on the boat, Mr. Tnideau dashed about 200 yards up the shore of the river to stand while the heavy spray showered over him. He splashed his face with water, then realiz- ing the river is free of pollution, a drink. The strongest indication that :he government is seriously con- sidering making the area a na- Jonal park came Monday when Mr. Trudeau and his party stopped for lunch outside the cabin of Gus Kraus, a trapper and the only fulltime resident on the South Nahanni. Mr. Kraus, 73, showed Mr. [Yudeau and the two reporters vith him a letter from tha northern development depart- .._ ment dated June 19, telling him he park. his lease on the goevrnment property he occupies will not be renewed after expiry, June 30. The letter said in part: "Your lease which expires June 30, 1970, will not be re- Troops Guard Site Of Rocket DUHANGO, Mexico (AP) Mexican troops guarded Hie crash silo of a U.S. research rockel containing radioactive cobalt today as U.S. and Mexi- can scientisst awaited the ar- rival of equipment with which Himt On For Winner Of EDMONTON (CP) Ed- monton's 1970 version of Klon- dike Days may be over but the great hunt is on for the win- ner of the gold brick. Officials of the nine-day ex- TOsition, which ended Satur- day, said Sunday there was a 'bit of a mystery" surrounding he purchase of the ticket on he gold brick raffle for Walter Towstego, a 35 -year old cor- toral in the armed forces. Cpl. Towstego, his w i f e, Betty, and their two children aged 7 and 5, were be- lieved stationed in Soest, Ger- nauy must have lought the ticket for an Exhibition official said. However, that "someone" has :he ticket stub which must be traduced before the bonanza is awarded. The ticket gave the soldier's address as 450 Helicopter Squadron, Number 4 Service Battalion, Maintenance Com- >any, and his sister in Edmon- on, Helen Edgar, said she did to retrieve Hie bits of wreckage. The Mexican foreign ministry said the Athena rocket, lost July It on a test flight from Utah, carved a radioactive trench 50 feet long, 17 feet wide and 10 feet deep when it crashed in an isolated meadow north of Car- rillo, almost 200 miles south of the U.S. border. The ministry said peasants found the trench Sunday. It re- ported the rocket's head disinte- grated on impact and scientists found radioactive pieces scat- tered about. U.S. defence department of- ficials said the rocket, which 'as to have landed in the Sands, N.M., missile range, con- tained "minute quantities" of cobalt in sealed containers in the nose cone, but the material was harmless "unless ingested of handled for a long period of time." It was the third American missile to land in Mexico since the program to test re-entry characteristics of interconli- nental ballistic missiles began 25 years ago. newed as our department Is ac- not purchase the ticket, quiring the parcel described i: your lease as part of a proposec national park." Mr. Trudeau later dismisses the idea of a park with 1 Slavey Indians, who met him a Nahanni Butte, a small Slave; settlement where the boat trij ended. He asked the Indians whethe they wanted the area wher they now live converted inti parkland. Ted Trindell, a territoria council employee acting as in terpreter, said most of the group wanted a park. He asket when the government wouli create it. Mr. Tmdeau said that woul depend "on how badly you wan The prime minister would no commit himself further on tin area's future development. The government is known to lave carried out studies of tin electric power potential of the river and this could be a factor working against the creation o IRISH "in concert" NU-MODE HOMES LTD. "BUILDERS OF AWARD WINNING HOMES" 1652 Mayor Magrath Drive Phones 327-1130 328-8011 How would you like to own your home? Here is our answer as to how you may, With our lemi-eJotnched home ownership' plan you become a home owner for at liltle as down and per month, including All you have to do meef Mm mortgage requirements. There Is no liqht money or shortage of mortgage money at Nu-Mode Homei for thij of home ownsrship. Down paymenii from to Monthly pay- msnti from 5124 to S202. 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Eut OPP who converged on the area beiiind a farm houss near this village did not move in on the convict, Mam-ice Lau- ron, for fear the unidentified woman would be harmed. Officials at Warkworth prison, 40 miles southeast of Peterbor- ough, said Lauzon, serving nina years for1 armed robbery, took a woman office worker hostage at knife-point, then demanded and a car. A prison official drovs Lauzon and the woman outside tho prison compound in a car, then went back for the money. While the official was getting the money, Lauzon drove off with his hostage. Less than two hours after his escape, Lauzon was pinned down behind a farm house near this village. WEATHER AND ROAD REPORT 70 ABOVE ZERO AT SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET .ethbrldge 79 Vatcrton (approx.) 76 incher Creek ranbrook tedicine Hat Idmonton aspsr Banff....... algary...... 'ictoria...... 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