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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta jr, Augutl 16, 1772 THE LETHBR1DOE HEJtAlD 41 Gov't. urged lo disband Information Canada GENEVA PARK, Ont. (CIM The federal govern muni should disband Information Can- ada and restructure the Cana- dian Broadcasting Corp., Don- ald prcsirlcnL of Maclean-Hunter Ltd., says. "Fire 31 (Information Ciin- now for sheer in- competence before it grows anrl causes real said Mr. Campbell, "and it .surely wili a direct competitor of llic communications industry and as a ph-alc of copyright male- rial." Mr. Campbell was speaking to delegates at a conference on the role of government, sored by the Canadian Institute of Public Affairs. The four-day conference ended Saturday. Information Canada is the federal government's informa- or.' agency. "The millions of dollars saved by, suy, creation of a .small CRC arxl the elimination rjf Information Canada should be plowed back into commu- nications, as low-cost financing for independent Canadian au- thors, publishers and produc- Kaid Mr. Campbell, Mr. Campbell made the com- ments us he outlined Ins pro- posed "total communications policy for Canada." "Government could quash once and for all the idea of a government-owned national daily he said. "Such a newspaper would do no more than regional dailies tlo now, and within a few years it would puff up into a bureau- cralizcd white newsprint Mr. Campbell said. 30 person? killed in a lie crash SAIGON (Rcutcr) The crash of an American C-1M transport plane in South Viet- nam's Mekong Delta has killed at least 30 passengers including six AmcricanSj the U.S. com- marA said. Attempts to ascertain the fi- nal casually toll were ham- pered by the mangled state of many of the bodies, a spokes- man for the command said. 'Government coukl also starl restructuring the CBC to do the job it was originally intended to d non-commercial programming in the national nlcrcst. A total communications pol- icy, said Mr. Campbell, should provide government protection and financing for Ihc news media "When the needs of the national interest run contrary to the dictates of economics." He said "Canada's nation- hood demands Canadian books, Canadian films, Canadian peri- odicals and Canadian pro- gramming and laissez-faire be damned." Mr. Campbell recommended that the federal government or- der Canadian cable television 'operators to blank out com- mercials on the United Stales broadcasts Ihey bring in. He also recommended gov- ernment "take a long, sympa- thetic look at commercial tele- vision in Canada, with its 60- pcr-cent Canadian content and its serious loss of revenue to popular American border stations." "Government recognizes 'he need to protect periodicals, why not television he said. SAY SEX SYDNEY, Australia (AP) Joyce Price, chief commis- sioner of Australian Girl Guides, posed for photographs and said "sex" to the cameras. Mrs. Price said she had been (old the word "sex" gave tha mouth a softer line. COMING AND GOING This Cyclisl, spoiled by Soskoloon Slar-Phocnix photo- graphcr Gary Tannyan, lias rear-view vision provided by his dog. Charcoal burner inside use deadly 3rd sect CHARCOAL BURNER CHICAGO (CP) That friendly charcoal burner is fircat for it may be deadly if brought inside, ilic Journal of tfie American Medical Association carries a warning that carbon monoxide is tho culprit which may be given off by the charcoal cook- ing fire when brought inside a tent or camper van to chase the evening chill. West Indian immigration to Canada on increase MONTREAL (CP) West1 Indian immigration lo Canada has Increased COO per cent since the as a result of relaxed immigration laws in- troduced bloi- in Ihc decade1, a York University geographer said Saturday. Frank A. Barrett lold the 22nd fntenintiona! Geographical Congress at the University of Monti-en 1 hat West In- dians entered Canada from 19fiO lo 1970. He said per cent of these came following passage of a new 3 mm ignition act in and most .settled in Ontario. Mr. Barrett said Ihe relaxed Immigration regulations in Can- ,-jtJa coincided wiJh restrictive regulations passed in the United Kingdom. "While events in Britain were restricting West Indian immi- gration, the Canadian govern inent altered ifs policy, there by providing on alternative des- tination for some West Inditm he In his presentation to the con- gress's cultural geography sec- tion, Mr, Barrett .said most of the 6ft per in Ontario anci "the results, of the 1071 Census will undoubtedly show that To- ronto ha.s the largest concentra- tion by far of West Indians in Canada." Qnchcc is a .secondary centre of concentration, hut has de- clined from 25 per cent in to 21 per cent in The At- lantic provinces and Saskatche- wan received less than one prr cent, while Manitoba, Alberta and Uritish Columbia oacb ac- count for tbrec to four per cent. 'That the 'used1 but still burning charcoals can produce a icthai concentration of carbon in a .sealed the article notes, "is evidenced by five deaths in Utah brought Lo the attention of the medical examiner's office ;uirl re- ports of an additional five deaths. Carbon m o n o x <1 c arts Ihrough Jhe blow! to starve body tissues of oxygon. The danger becomes greater at hifjli altitudes, where the air is thinner. Tiiis is parlly because the body must harder to draw i oxygen from llio surrounding at- mosphcre at high altitudes even under' normal conditions. The lack of oxygen also makes the charcoal likely to burn completely, so that more carbon monoxide produced. This ef- fect becomes significant proba- bly at about 3.000 feet or more above sea level. Tliore is little danger when charcoal is used for cooking, the aitide says, because "grease, :-mokc anil other fumes soon be- come unbearable mid force the chef to provide ventilation" if he is not outdoors already. The danger arises after a cookout, when a hibaehi or other grill centainitig hot, Nameless char- coal bririucts is brought indoors. Simpsons Sears Constant hot water 33 gallon gas water heater Reg. 99 ,99 High capacity at) Ionia Ire gos walrr hrnlci s combine foleit advanced engineering design trouble-free, rlficirni dot juitmenf providfti oetUFOla of and nuromnlically off humor mid pilol hi tho event of failure. Double lank pr election with 25 gallon gas water heater Reg. 89'" Automatic con I rot, tliomiO'.lof, vilely for prolcction if pilot Ijglit out. Win In ilrc-l finish lank. Plumbing and Meolrng tynaTily Costs No More at. Simpsons-Scars STORE HOURS: Onon Daily 9 ci m. to p.m. Tlmrirfny ciml Friilny 9 a.m. lo 1 p.m. Villngo. Telephone 358-9331. SIMPSONS-SEARS To-day you can get a great bunk bed outfit buy And a single bed costs just half The best quality panel bunk bed may now be bought as a single bed ouliit, i( that is ai! you need. Built cxlra-slurdy for rough-riding rangers each bunk is a separate unit which means the double decker is so easily taken down (or single beds great for when you no longer need bunks. Also th9 pcrlect answer for Ihe family whose bedroom space is at a premium. What's more, the Colonial design adds warmth and rustic charm to any bedroom selling. Ruggedly made, too. in solid hardwoods for years of wear and tear. Features 2 firm coif-type quilled tnatlresses with florat cotton print ticking, posture hoards. wood sidorails, ladder and guard rail. Remcniher, too, it takes un the space of only one 39'' wide regular bed! And its finished in ojr popular rich Salem maple. outfit ea. 229 Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sear? STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Cenlre Village. Tolepliono 328-9231 ;