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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Thumlny, Augusl 19, 1971 Americans snapping up choice Canadian property Dr. llniiiinl rhit-h lias hem .inlciTil rclWM'd on from a life irrm he rtTcivi-cl nflcr IviiiR found giiilly of Ills sMi'dlicMrt. Carole pnrolwl in irom liir sninc sentence. 'v released Doc. (1 The California adult iiiiihurily Kranird Iho onoo-wcallhv Finch parole in hi.s sci-ond for freedom since (-nlcred prison 10 vears aflcr Ihrce trials. Kir.eh's -ociahle wife liar-hara. fountl on hack mi a neinblmr's lawn by a pnlk'e patrolman on UK- niulif of ,iuly 111. She had been rinrh. then II. was arrested Die ni'Xi midif m the Lus Vegas aivirlmonl of Miss Tretioff. hi.s former receplioilisl. Miss Tre-cuff. Ihen '-'2. was arresled 10 thus IJHT ,1. .M. a vel-eran newspaper man who started his career in 1M-) "ith Iho Windsor Star, has been ap-poinled dean of journalism al RMTSUII Polytccbnical I n s t i-lll'P. Mr. MaeFarlanc. former vice-president and eriilor-in-chicf of Ihe Toronto Telegram, succeeds Eduard Schrader who resicned in .lanuarv because of ill health Mr. Schroder died Aus r. n' n ne.irt altark. Mi-. Macf'nrlanc served overseas in the Second World W ar ar.d ivas editor of the Canadian Araiv newspaper, Llie Maple Lr in I9J-M5. Tv.vho rit Michai'l .Miry liny. L'liildren turned up at Resiina to help cel-cbr.-ile his birthday. Mr. llaynee v. as born in 1GW in P.cir.'l. Lebanon, and moved In Hr-eira in 1900. He now is cii} 's oldest Mr. llaynee and his Sl-year-old wife, Rebecca. Irave been for fil years. Power. 39. has been named Canadian high commissioner lo Ghana and ambassador lo Dahomey and Togo, the external affairs department announced in Ottawa. Mr. POM or. a native of Montreal, has been director of the dcpailp" e n t 's Commonwealth African program since IWi. He replaces D. 3. Hicks. Tnc department also appointment WSRSp-t i 1i J _ iSi-'.C-i uii. uicKN Killer ALLAN IHCKIK Canncilfln Press Sniff Writer Ihe War of this iiu'iision is a friendly unc. The ammunition is monc-v, not bullets. But a Cross-Canada Survey by The Canadian press reveals thai Canada's wilderness and recreational areas are being bought up by Americans in amounts thai arc alarming more and more Canadians. As the United States bo-conies more crowded and Hs own wilderness dwindles, nianv Americans yearn for (he lakes, Ihe cottage lots and (he islands to be found north of Lhe border. So they buy here. And many Canadians, while not necessarily uho in fael welcome Arncriciin visilcrs, o n d i1 r what's going to be lel'l for them and Ihcir children. For example: William J. Wineherg, an amiable M-year-old from Portland, Ore., has marie a hobby of collecting Canadian recrealion land .since IMH. Mr. CTcalcd a furore in Brili.-ih Columbia when he said he had acres of prime recrealion land, mosl nf it bought for Sill an acre or less. "TOO lie says he l'a> sold islands which cost him SUM for and most of his sales are lo Americans. .Mr. Wine-berg said Canadians have jeen "loo dumb lo invest in their country." And then llicrc's the Iniul in Ilia Fort Erie aiTa in Ontnrio where up lo 90 ier cent of Ihe property is American-owned. That's in Uie riding of Energy and Resources Minister .1. J. Greene, an outspoken critic of Aiv.cri-cnn ownership of Canadian businesses. In iS'ewfoiinrlhind, there's concern thai Americans may he Inking over the scenic Cud-ray Valley and beach land is being purchased by Americans in the Maritime Provinces. The survey shows that the prime targets for American so far have been the AlmLmies, Ontario and B.C. readily accessible Lo arse urban areas in the U.S. Slill, Canadians in the other provinces are concerned, too. A member of Lhe Northwest Territories Council said he amazed when be bought acres of wilderness and was approached shortly after by an American who wanted lo buy it. ALBERTA SITUATION In Alberla, government and real estate spokesman aoiild give no estimate of the amount of land held by Americans. Foreign ownership is not a major issue in Alberta. The provincial government, under the Public Lands Act, restricts the sale of all Crown lands to persons who have in the province Tor one The only hind Americans can rciil eslale firm based in Eri-year and Ihey may not hold purchase in the province is in monlon verified that most ol lille to the land nnli Ihey he- private arc.-is; there is litlle vvil Ihe rccrcalional land in come Canadian citizens. derncss land available to Ihem Ihe province is slil Ci'owt Only 32.0 per cent of all Ihe and most water-front land is land. he said, the problem land in the province is private- by the Q'own. isn't as great as in B.C. or On ly-owned. The general manager of a PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE ON FOSTER CHILD CARE appointed by Orrier-in-Council No rtmiecl April 5 1971 INVITES SUBMISSIONS Irom any interested person or group relating lo Ihe Law and Procedure ol Foster Child Care in Alberta. Where possible, oriels should be typewritten in triplicate. However, briefs, especially Irom privale citizens, need not be typewritten or professionally prepared. All briefs should be forwarded lo HIS HONOUR JUDGE A. P. CATONIO Box 704. EDMONTON. ALBERTA before rhe 15fh day of September, 1971 The Committee Will Hold PUBLIC HEARINGS PLACE DATE PLACE DATE Camrose September 1 Grande Prairie Oclobe 6 Whilecourt Seplember 6 Peace Oclobe 13 i i Fdmonlon Seplember 13 Medicine Octobe 18 SI. Paul September 15 Red Deer Oclobe 20 Wainwrigni September 20 Blairmore Octobe 25 Lac La Bichc September LrjihbndTR Oclobe 27 Vermilion September ?f High pMire November 1 i Edson Seplembur 29 Drumhcllcr November 3 Calaarv Oclober 4 All persons presenting briefs are invited [o attend Ihe Public Hearing in their area and speak m supporl of Iheir submissions. Hearings will be kcpl as informal as possible. s! Edmonlon, tins of CHAIRMAN HIS HONOUR JUDGE A. P. CATONIO Box 704, EDMONTON, ALBERTA Mrs. Eileen O'Gyrnn, r redunck Winters, fl8 Valley View CreiLunl. 2 Grenfell Avenue, tdmonlon, Alberla. 51. Albert, suggest buy, lease pin EDMONTON (CP) The only answer lo the dispute be-t w e e n Edmonton Telephones and Alberta Government Telephones is for (lie province lo buy or lease the utility, Tre-mior Hairy S'trom said here Nil'. Strom said in an interview that "it only makes sense" to have one telephone utility in the province. However, the premier said he would wail for Hie report of a mediation committee set up to province utility study the dispute before ho suggesled any aclion. The city-owned system and ACT are arguing over who has the right to service oullying areas of Edmonlmi, now laken i n I o Ihe city through Kidtl. of Victoria, lo Ihr Commonweal 111 secretarial. Dr. Henry Kilztferalri Mean a prolific philosopher, teacher ;ind pacifist, has died at age 81. Mjslcry and fantasy readers knew liim as 11. F. Heard, the author of The (Jreal Fog. Reply Paid. 'Pie Lost Cavern" Detective and nihors His- A Taste for Honey on 1 he Ellen-Queen mysiery novel award and is regarded as a classic. Readers of science, philso-phy and religion knew him by Ihe pen name (loi'ald Heard, author of The K mergence of Man. The Social Substance of Religion. Dialogue in Ihe Dcs-eri, Is God Evident'.' others. A Haiiian newspapei published in Ynrk reports tba Marie DcMiise Dominique, daughter of HIP late dictator Francois Duvalior, has been forced into exile by her brother, Haiti's new president. Mrs. Dominiquo and her husband Max were photographed as they passed through Kennedy Airport en route to Paris. Max Dominque said (hpii (bat lie was resuming hi> post as Haiti's ambassador to France and thai iis wife was accompanying him lo place thcii chi -dren in schools. He said sho ivou'fi re'urn to genocide HONG KONG i Renter) The acting Pakistani trade commis sioner in Hong Kong, Mohiuddin Ahmed, defected lodav lo the Easl Pakistani Bang'la Desh movement. Ahmed, an Easl Bengali, accused Hie Pakistan governmenl nf rulblcss genocide in East PACK GARBAGE DISPOSAL BAGS For all household garbage, lawn grass, elc. Keep your yard and cily clean. Handi pack of ftQ 50 bags .pZ.ZT FREDDIE'S PAINT (WESTERN) LTD. 816 3rd Ave. S. Ph. dies iii hospital XORWALK. Conn. (AP) Horace McMahon. an actor known for his portrayal of gangsters and policemen on slage, screen, television and radio, died Tuesday night in Xorwalk Hospital. He was 64. McMahon interrupted his law sludics at Fordham University in New York just before gradua-linn lo take a role as a gangster in Ihe play Broadway. He went on io appear in more Mian 40 Broadway productions, including Sailor Beware, Dctec-ive .Slory. and Say. Darling. Among Hie more than 125 nio-linn pictuies in which he appeared were The Dclective Siorv. Exclusive and The Detec-live. On television. McMahon ap-i poured in Lhe Naked City series, and during his earlier career on radio he was heard in one of most popular serials, Eic GRAY, DICK PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE IN LETHBRIDGE Neiv asthma cure method by: Dick Gray Campaign Australia (Rcufcr) A W-ycar-old Rus- sian-born Au.-iialian doctor has won a lore fight to gain a measure nf oir'icial recogni- tion for' an unor.hcdox method of trea'ine asthma. The ri'cccniiion finally rp.mc to Dr Alexander .tames in the form of a state govern- ment-fin a need clime to study the effectiveness of his meth- ods. For years, -James has been batUina officials over his method which consists mainly of teaching the asthmatic how to breathe. Australian medical authori- ties, who have generally re- lied on drugs to treat the dis- ease, were not enthusiastic about .lames' treatment and s a i d a was insufficiently j Jarnes asserted that IK; had r cured thousands of asthmatics j without drugs. But his critics I replied that no one in the sci- enliiic era of medicine could Peigans cancel IMMT garden The rrerealion hoard has apparent ly decided not to hold a niphlly beer car den during an ;ima- leur rodeo As soon as a patiom begins his Lrratmenl, Jamr.s IHIs him lo slop taking any asibma drugs immediately, but makes an of corlisonc. which, he says, must be tapered off lo reduce Ihe risk of adver.se effects from j'.brupl, withdrawal. Th'1 doctor has a waiting list of patienls. TVn- of others say Ihey have been cured by Ihe Ircalnn-iu, Tlie (iiiihorities are starling to granl Ihe doclor, who iiiiled from Moscow Univt'T- sily in HMO and from Sydney I'niversily in some de- gree of rerognition. The Sonlh Wales slale minister for health, Arnold .lago, recently announced the establishment of H clinic fit Wollongong Hospital In evnlu- fito .laivics' melhods. He sairi, thai Hie present linn- the clinic a.sUinialic patients. BEAT THE PRICE INCREASE OF THE 72'J on like-new low mileage The Beny Boys are ready to Deal Before you buy Check at Beny's or you may pay TOO MUCH! CONVENIENT TERMS to tuit your hudgf.1 On These Value Leaders from General Motors Putting you Keeps us IT'S THE SERVICE AFTER THE SALE THAT REALLY COUNTS v MOTORS INSURANCE s; Main Garage and Showroom Phone 327-3147 .'.4' OK Supermarket Car Lot Phone 327-3148 ;