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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 THE LETHBRIOGE IIERAIO Worfncsilny, Auguil 23, Qucbci'crs arc by Stairfield 01TAWA Opposiliou leader Kobert Slanfield wants greater participation by Qiiebe- ccrs in the I'rojiicssivo Coii- servativc "It would IK- tragic if a party were Identified Ixrtii by its porters and its opponents ts the party of one ethnic nr Imnui.slii: lie said in :ui article published Saturday in Doir. "For unity to mean somc- Uiing, it is absolutely necessary that there be an ethnic ami linguistic cqrilibrium in all par- ties. "And I tell you frankly that if. at one time or another. po- litical party does net seem to weigh which it should to (lie as- pirations of i! particular group, it is not for ideological reasons. "The reason conhl very be that within this party there arc not enough voiees to ex- press these hopes." Tne stagnation, he said, is the result of the gov" lack of "dialogue, and con- sultation." HELP YOURSELF Calgary triplets SI I! wa: arlee the scene of first birthday (left) Jason and ReeAnn Campbell. Helping them celebrate was their puppy, CHA Cha. So much for the birlhday cake. scouts gas "Project Pipeline" it sounds movements of migratory ani- like oilman's talk but to sncli as barren ground Canadian Wildlife Service it j caribou, arc in the pilot stage., identity's a complex program As sncli, (lie purpose of the] to map any possible gas or oil map series being produced by route the MacKenzie .service is to identify areas of River Corridor in Canada's possible conflict between wild- north for wildlife values. life habitat and any proposed A team of some 20 highly i pipeline location j qualified biologists and teehnol-1 w'1 lllc information oeists working under the direc-1 gathered by the service s in-j tion of the service's western j vcnlory be of value to other, regnal office fit studies ami Proposals but il i have been hard at work since tfye some mforma-, the fall of 1071 gathering data tion on such items as a rumored on the square mile area, jesting site for rare HTM ing cranes in Ihc Rampart Riv- The project is not an "IM-1 PACT Actually, work j er being carried out by the CWS NOT FOR FISH an arm of Environment Can- Four teams of four persons each comprised of one biolo- gist, and three technicians, will with specific wildlife areas. George H. Watson has selected as the proj- ect's management biologist. Watson was the CWS's profes- sional representative lo the Ar- row Oil Disaster in Nova Sco- tia and was brought to western Canada to head up the impor- one will deal with moose; Team or.c will deal with mossc; Team Two, and beaver; Team 3, waterfowl and birds and the fourth group known as Team ABC cover Arc- tic fox, barren ground caribou plus drill .sheep, known areas. C. Field work 1972. D. Final maps and reports. ladat threatens death any trouble-makers i Using knowledge and exper-1 Broken into four definatc ada, will outline land areas of tisc -jn producing a certain value to wildlife, and m for thc Canada specifically the migration areas cws pDrsoKnei will produce a map .series of 000 scale grading wildlife hahi- and routes of the animals and birds will he shown. Studies that would Indicate; by quality. A classificatioi how wildlife habitat would be system ranging from one to altered or how temporary or being rated of nil value as lasting disturbances by con- habitat for wildlife. The series stnirtion projects would affect will not cover fish. i stages "Project Pipeline1' cov- ers the following: A. Reconnoissancc field work includes field notes, observa- tions, a review of all literature, Tlic majority of the first phases "A" and "U" arc com- pleted. Thousands of aerial photographs have been scann- ed ami coordinated lo planned field work slated for this sum- mer and fall. During the summer the vari- ious learns using hcliocoplers and fixed wing aircraft will ver- ify their findings and correct any mistakes or data taken from aeirial photos in working up the preliminary maps. To allow proper judgement in classifying the various map areas land form-vegetation sub- st ages su eh ss wet I and s, bu t- tomlanrls, conglomerate cliffs etc.. are being used by the four teams. When the final maps are I They also plan to indicate th i where applicable. Areas sc I aside in the quarter of a mil- lion dollar Muify for more de- tailed breakdown include those important to native communit- ies such as Old Crow in the Yukon Territory, Ihc parls Kiver Wetlands, the coastal yonc along the? licaufort By IKFNK lirCKSUN Lumloii Observer CA1IIO has (le- idccl UiiiL attempts to .sowdLs- amonK its people shall IKI [reasonable offence liable to ncur the (toatli pciKilty, Who wr.nt loilo this in Korcif.ni observers have reports of dis.setit bc- vcoti Muslims (Hid Copts ami lie of leaflets culcu- ;itcd to torment such I rouble, Icctnrcd by the minister of cul- lire to have hci'ii atniltcl from ,he United SUilcs. To say there is a Muslim-Copt problem In Egypt would be to e, but to prelend Dial Copts hnve no figninst he iMir-lims, or that tlieMus- do rcsci'l Ihe Copts would lie equally false. Copts arc of the Egyptian Orthodox Clmrcli. There arc Iretween five million and six million of them in toliilpopulalioti of :io million. Some CopUs claim thai Chris- tians do not enjoy a fair propor- tion of representation in gov- ernment, Jn the People's Assembly, anil other officialor- ganLZtUioiis; that they have no cqn a! oppo rt ur.i ly to t jobs or promotion in (he civi service or (he Army. answer that the Constitution g u a r a n tees al eciunlity in lav Soas l the "Norlli Arabs as deliverers from persecution. 'JTie new n asters of Ugypt granted ians freedom of religious and practice, ami rc- ieved them of crippling taxa- ituv. Ily tiie ninth century, most y p t i a n -s had embraced slam, but with the exception of ;omc early purioils of persecu- ion (hoy loleralcd the Cliris- IIHW. No serious Iroulilcs have icen recorded since the 13th century, andtcdny there are nore than Coptic church- Hut, as in all mult i-i societies, there arc In <'gypt built-in religious prej- udices which can be exploited ind inflated. In times of strain and crisis tin's has as much a part of political life ami war in Egypt as in other parts IJtieducslnl, Ignorant Copls ill say to you: "No, I am not an Arab, I am a or refer lo their Muslim compa- triots as "Arabs." Tiiis concept has been foster- ed through the centuries by religious and political leaders and by Ihe colonizing powers, WHO have "protected" one com- munity against another. T h e British favored Ihc Christians of Egypt during the 54 years from to 'without distinction of originjanguagc, religion or be that there Tire Copts in official posts in all ranks of Un, Army; and that there is a Copt Jn total about 100 individual j minister in the Kfiyplian cabi- maps for various of, net. The Copts have tlieir v.'ilrllife will make up the over-j schools, but. al! government all covering Ilie odd schools and the universities nrc mile long River open to Copts and Muslims Corridor from the Albei fa without discrimination. Territory 1 the famous river's delta on Chrisliiniity was Arctic Ocean. .into Kiiypt by St. Mark between of British as the French did in- Syria am! sonic sections of Iho Egyptian Christian community consider- ed their first allegiance was Id the Clirislian West. There is nt; doubt thai a minority of collaborated with Iho occupy- ing power. That recent signs of animos ily between Muslims and was forcign-in.spircd, as Trc.s idcnt Sadat has charged, Is con with the psychologica v.hich is part of the In Kfiypl, wlicr. Ihe first of political nationalism swept I h e country in 1BJ12, Muslims arwl Cfiristinns joined against the British occupation. A fesv years later the Egyptian National Party was formed, vhosc slogan was "Egypt for h e Dcmonstrn- .oivi, revoll.s and uprLslnfis by Christian ami Muslim patriots throughout the period if British occupation. During Ihc Aral) Tlcvoll Hatiifit the Ottoman Empire, n World War I, it was Chris- ians led the movement in ri n. Tii ronghoul the area Christians and Muslims joined orces ir. fighting for indepcn- ience. Christian and Muslim v o I u tinnaries, Communists nrd fiavc suffered in- :iiscrirninr.tcly from repression, and exile. Chris- linn and Muslim Egyptians linve joined the ranks of the Palestinian move- ment in what they consider (o lie the against neo-im- pcrialism. The secular trend in national- sm has not, however, reached Ihe mass of the people the uneducated, Ihe poor, Ihe tra- ditionalist, who arc completely overpowered by the religious leadership aixl Ihe State infor- mation ami political machine. It is among the unenlightened mass and section of the contented elHe thai iron 7 v makers and agitators find re- sponsive audiences. Troublemakers c x p 1 o i t the theory Ihnt the Copts are tha only "true" Egyptians. This is, oE course, a myth. The great majority of Egyptian Muslims are the descendants of Chris- tians, therefore as Egyptian as their Coptic com- patriots. If religion determines nation- ality then there is only ono "I rue" Egyptian in Ihc whole country. Um Scti (Mother of ar. elderly English- woman who lives in the Templo of Scti I at Abydos, is the world's only known devotee of Ihc Oslrinn religion of tho Pha- pre-dnles both nd Islam by sev- I tion of Nubia .vouth of the First land form information. B. Preliminary mapping AD. The Christians welcomed I thousand years. (Observer Copyright) uiting in identification of un-1 tats of a given species WEEKEND FEATURES FANCY GRADE Fears or Peaches C Uncle Ban's, assl. of 24 12 fj, oz. INCtUDES DEPOSIT PORK TALS ICE VAUEYFARM Frozen 1-oi. net wl, pkg. NABOB 10-oz. not weight Prices Effective 'Til Saturday, August 26th Closing. 2025 Mayor Magrath Drivo "College Mall 420 6th Street Sou 324 Mayor Mogr STORE HOURS ORIGINATED IN ALBERTA FOR ALBERTA FAMILIES ;