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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuelday, Auguil 11, 1975 THF IETHBRIDGE HERAID 19 I Shoulder responsibility Strong urges scientists DEATHS l.KK Piuscd uwuy sud- denly in Ihe cily on Saturday, August 10, 1972, Mr. Yook Mon Lcc at Hie ngc o( 74 years of 312 2ml Avenue S. Funeral ar- rangements will announced when c omplclc (it. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of fu- neral Service. DEATHS HUNK1IC Kills Coleman, passed away 'in Cardslon on Friday August IBlh, 1072, at the urn. of 94 years, beloved hus- band of the late Mrs. Phoebe Irene llcnric of Cardslon. neral services will he bold in the Aetna and '.th Ward (South Hill in Cardston) 01 Wednesday, August 23rd at 2 IJULVA Passed away sud- denly in the cily on Sunday, Au- gust 20 1972, Kenneth John Bulva, ill lin- age of H years. beloved s o n ol M r s. Jinrbara the enesay, pm., with Bishop George Ca boon oKid.v.mR. Interment wil follow in the Taylorsville Com olerv CHRISTENSEN SALM ON FUNERAL HOME LT Directors of Funeral Service Hv 1'BTHIt I.I-OYI) MONTHEAI, tieolo- gists from 107 countries were varncd Monday that if scien- ists fall volved to become more in the environmental crisis facing mankind the most drastic forecasts of "prophets of doom" may come true. Maurice Strong, Canadian secretary-general of the United Nations conference on the hu- man environment, told dele- gates to the 24th International Geological Congress that scien- tists fail to become more in- volved in social and political is- sues. "If they don't do this, then some of the worst prognoses of the atlcnlion of political coders or, a world sealc." The conference showed how science, wllh ils social and ihysical disciplins allied, could M used to head off environ- mental disaster. Mr. Strong said there was a "remarkable degree of unani- mity" among the 113 nalions represented at Stockholm "in agreeing on the establishment of a basis for a concerted inter- national approach to mecling our common environmental concerns." An cnvironrnenl action plan agreed lo at the conference would he a useful lool in fight- ing environmental problems if V Ihe United Nations General As- mturm-rr G pioneer of i J. lalc Mr. .Inim i arrived' in 1880 Bulvn of Iron lns pMents from Stellar- Springs. Corn in Lethbridge, Kenneth was raised and edu- cated in Pic- C3775 UK. prophets of doom have a scmbly approves Ihe eslab- mucii greater chance of hap- of a new organization is Anthony, pcnhig. I dor.'I Iwlie'.'e dooms- j world tody to carry Vancouver, of SSI. ,c w is inevitable, hut I Iwlievc itjul lho ilis Scientists must shed political innocence and take responsible wilh ns paren al.llull ton, Nova Scotia. He attended role as the first public school in Ixrth-1 strcnj; said. n tae response 130 hike bridge' then he became in volved in its business life mov- lure Bulle. lie was very active j was f in Basketball at St. Catherine r. jasie Scliool and belonged to 1 ie 0.1C i._n null _____ ture Butle Baseball Team and the l-elhbridgc. Northern -i Club. He was .bout cu e Grade nine at St. Catherine's tirade muz High School in Picture Kude. Besides his mother, he is sur- vived by sisters Shirley and Barbie, both at home ;ud, his grandparents, Mr. ami Mrs vln Buh'a of 1'iclure Bulk; anu Mrs. Eliiahelb Lcnisycl of Lelhbridgc. Prayei-s will be said on Tuesday UomgbOa p.m. in Martin Bros ME-MO- RIAL CHAPEL, 703 alh M. N nequiem Mass mil he ccl- 'bSedon Wednesday at 2 p.m. St, Cayenne's Catholic VUJ VCV1 JIJ Ji-> ira to Vancouver in lire early was predeceased by his 1 in 1955. Survived by uiiu .Jr. Anthony IJruchel, Vancouver; I wo daughters; Philomenc, Oregon, Marjone Tucson, Arizona; six ilren; one brother, George Al- 111 VliV i frcd of Lethbridgc. Funeral ma-s Holy Name Church, Bu- rial Mountain View Cemetery, Cliurch, Buttc, with LrCjii rttiui-- HCV Father 3. Vornbroek celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN lillOS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral .service. Vancouver. U With the state, business and industry installed as the patrons of fciencc, it was not suiprising- :r goods 'occupy scicnlisls DV JJ[ llUTClS than the basic value judg- J more them mcnts required by a society fac- ing possible environmental dis- aster, he said. HELPED PRODUCE EVILS "Can one blame the public for associating scientists with some of the evils that science 7600A s helped "PUBLIC NOTICE PUBUC NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE its municipal "m KVn lln.l Wl.rov.1 .nd r.mlc.1 V h are to repayable to borrowing fr.r IM (Jr linnl ral'lltcaiion Hint a vote ol 1ho CARDS OF THANKS nuilA I wish lo express my sincere lhank you to all the nurses nnd nurses aides at Mu- nicipal Hospital Second Floor, nil the nurses anil nurses aides at Auxiliary Hospital Second Floor and for these who sent cards and flowers and visited me during my slay in hospitals. Also thank you lo my doctors. Duda. SCIIWEITZKH We wish to extend our sincere gratitude to the doctors of the Haig Clinic St. Michael's Hospital staff am ill of those who visited Dad in lospital. We are grateful aL press our hcartful thanks an our appreciation to the doctor nnd nurses of the Ixtlhbridg Michael's Hospital. Also lose who sent flowers ympathy cards and lo llios ho helped in any way durin ur recent bereavement. -Mrs. May Clayton n Family. :apoons, napalm and environ- ental scicn- Is themselves maintain this oof detachment from the very sues and concerns which their ,-n efforts are demonstrably VANCOUVER (CP) Prison workers throughout British Co- lumbia have voted 83.9 per cent lo reject a monthly wage increase and to strike their de- mand for a MS a month in- crease in Ihcir new contract. The results were announced Sunday following an execulive mecling of Ihc B.C. govern- Jean Goguel TREADING SOFTLY A speciol trailer with low- pressure tires has been built for Roy GeopHysioal ot Calgary for use as camp buildings of seismic crews in the Arctic. The wide tires carry only three pounds of pressure which keeps damage to the fragile tun- dra to a minimum. ot the French IN MEMORIAMS COATS In loving memory of Robert Coats, who passed away September 5, 1953. Gone but not forgotten. remembered by the Hcncs Family. IIKNF.S In loving memory of Dorecn Hcncs, who passed nway September 8. 1553 and Dennis Hcncs, who passer, away Aujjiist 22, Remembrance keeps them near, Gone hul not forgotten. remembered by Ihc Family. cole Nalionale Superieurc des ines also reminded Ihe geolo- jts that they have rcspor.si- ilities wider Ihan their specific eld ol interest. "The human population has rown to such an extent that -e can no longer consider tlie hysical framework in which we live as being vlrlually limit- ess Neither can we calm ho dispersion of pollulants Is enough lo safeguard the quality >f Iho air, the. walcr, and the ;pace wo use." Sir Kingsley Dunham, direc- or of the Institute of Geologi- cal Sciences in London, also re- jected oft the environmental question. Economically developer. countries now are wondering "whether the price in urbaniza lion, in monotonous work, in Ihe spoliation of the countrysid is loo high for the material qualities thai industrialization has Sir Kingsley said. Simultaneously, developing countries were seeking lo be- come industrialized by virtually every means possible. "It is possible that the resources of the earth are not in fact sulficient to allow general industrialization, even if that Is desirable PUOIil.UM FOR MANKIND Mr. Slrong, a nalive of Oak Lake, Man., and chairman ot the June conference In Stock- holm on Ihe environment, said the conditions brought on by Avoilablo by the Day, Week or Month [with or without operaloi) O Back Filling c Landicaping a Driveway Excavating O Hoy Pen Cleaning O Corial Cleaning Hauling Phone 328-4765 ENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Avenue S. ay HV The Pflilion anil "n.-ti 10 U'O p'jliuon thnl "li-'t ot lii'. l.cllcl me person tie wllnoieii r.r to s' a qr-ncral cltcllon shfl set out opposite riplicn ol Ilio crop rxars on Iho tlon. slalint) or purchaser r, empt from la" to Sinn It riclllit porfltion or re nn eil-ilp- 5. 1M pclitl tne r.t .'.l.ifp cl vjhkli nf revised nsienmer Hint represents II van Is liis way despite modern industrial society have brought mankind a completely problem. "It's the first time we've ever faced extinction as n whole and it'll never be differ- ent." Living with the environmen- :al crisis is even more difficul .ban living with the threat o nuclciir holocaust, Mr. Strong said. "It's the difference between ilcath by firing squad and death from cancer." Hope- for the future was evi [lent at the Stockholm confer cnce where "for the first tini scientific trulhs nliout the con dition ot man and society en n on Ml.all rt cor. fho Ar.r Miers Iha1 dolcrm pd (ho trillion liciencv f, Tverv ptlitton shal littll Wllh v.ho shall. In nrmpule lha no Ihft suf- achtd tif a tion 'f-ilinn lli.il no rcr.rp-.r-n relllime" tic- K to whom Ihe numlclpalltv with reoarJ (o Ihe pen- by trie The o c .T. niti a Ihli Uollce Is Auoull Unit. NorL: If tin recdr-f r.f fl vftlid flntl CITY CLERK lly NICHOLAS MOOHK KAMPALA (Rcutei-i Sln- lent leaders a s 1( e d President Amin Monday lo reconsider us decision lo expel Asians who arc Uganda citizens along with those who hold foreign passports. mil Amin Indicated Ihat he Inlemls lo stand by his decision 10 expel Asian citizens of Uganda in a "second phase op- eration" to follow the impend- ing exodus of MI.OOO or more who have Ulitish. Indian or other foreign status. Amin told an assembly of 000 Makarcrc University stu- dents, held to mark African Revolution Day, Hint: "The president of your guild has asked me lo rc-exnmine my decision about Asians with Ugond.i citizenship. "Hut T tell you frankly, ami you listen very carefully, that Asian (aclics arc not in the in- terest of the people of Ugantln." President Julius Nyererc ol neighboring Tanzania, in hi.' llrst public comment on the controversy, said: "This Is clearly racialism and reprcsen 11 alive of the same thing Ilia AS? I Africans are deploring." Balloon sfls imobilizcd i. peak on ZERMATT. Switzerland (AP) The first crossing of the Alps >y a hot air balloon went imoothly cxcejil for one mo- when upslopc winds im- mobilized the craft over a peak 'like a ping-pong hall on o Ihe British-American crew reported today. Scotsman Donald Cameron, who build Ihe SH.000 balloon, Marc crnft and American copilot Yarry flew (lie 120-foot Zcrmatl lo Ihe town of fiiella, noar Monday night. The 46-mile flight, in perfect weather lasted 2'.i hours. A crowd of 5.000 welcomed the balloonists when they landed shortly licfore dusk. They returned to Zermall by car this morning. memlxn- corrections branch. Staff representative Ed Hon NEW SATELLITE UP UCHINOURA, Japan