Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERAI.D Stiturdny, December 4, 1971 lOP) A serious and entered as au ex- ".roieiun drilling ac- i hihit to an Alberta energy con- tivify ".ion b me O i I v, ij! Alberla eco- and mil- l.be end of the year, -1! Wiri here. The study prppa. seiTation hoard hearing, in which independent oil IIIL-II are asking for assistance to boost Association of i the gging oil exploration busi- img Contractors ness. The Independent Petroleum icre revealed in Association of Canada has by i plied to the hoard for an in- i crease in the amount of oil I which can be pumped from dis- covery pools of oil as an incen- live to further exploration and development. i "It is recommended that this j study be expanded and that all I governments be made av. are of i such loss of employment.'' said the contractors' association. "A severe divline in YtlNXiPKG a'P) The Ca-: ton- and development drilling nadian Grain foinniission says in the province of Alberta is arraiiuemcnts are almost com-; creating extreme financial dis- plete "for a lest project involv- j tress within UK contracting in- ing a unit train that would load dustry." gram directly to a vessel in The submission showed that Vancouver. Alberta rigs operated j About 275.000 bushels of! days for the first nine months wheat is to be cleaned in Sas- this year, down 30.7 per cent Train loads wheat direct to ship teltoon to export put from 24.743 days during the aboard .-bout W hopper-typo same in 1968- cars arid shipped nest week A rig day means about to the West Const port. a dav to the economy on a from the start of to Total tin loading in of the vessel loadin MI "ar.conver Is expected to be tw hours. 1 A spokesman for the commis- i sion emphasized the run is only 3 tost and the grain nidnstry ?vas making no commitment on now such a direct-loading op- eration eventually might affect the grain-handling system Major parties in the project tile commission, the Cana- dian Wheat Board, Canadian National Railways and Neptune Terminals Ltd. at Vancouver, a subsidiary of Federal Grab Ltd, 000-foot hole. The labor portion of the cost is fond of dentists Chretien snubs offer to travel OTTAWA (CP) An angry Indian Affairs Minister Jean Chretien has refused to accept A return air ticket to Cold Lake, Aita., to inspect conditions on the Indian reserve there. The offer as made by the Cold Lake Native Youth Organi- zation in Mr. Chretien's office on Parliament Hill. About ?M students en the re- serve hove been kept home from schools in neiehboring to'.rns in protest against the re- serve conditions and also to reinforce demands for a federal school on rJie reserve. Mr. Chretien has refused In HM past to visit the reserve until the students are back in j school. He repeated this stand to die students Wednesday. Adelard Blackman. vice-presi- dent of the native youth organi- sation, tried to present the min- ister with the airline ticket but Mr. Chretien angrily brushed it away. In his remarks, Mr. Black- man told the minister it was his _, duty to visit the reserve. Unless CAfGARY (CP) Construc- TORONTO (CP) Two London, Ont, dentists who ex- amined the teeth of 517 people in homes for the aged found that more than 77 per cent had not been seen by a dentist in more than five years. Dr. B. P. Martinello ana Dr. J. L. Leake, in a report in the journal of the Canadian Den- til Association, said: "In the past, most elderly people were resigned to any dental discomfort and many still are. "They have been the (dan- t n 11 profession's forgotten people." The dentists said about 448 of the elderly needed upper or lower dentures or both and that three-quarters either did not have them or had poor ones. "It was amazing how some individuals had adapted to poor fitting dentures." they said, adding that some used wads of facial tissue to make their dentures fit. The dentists said almost all of the 119 who had some of their own teeth had decay or gum disease and needed treat- ment. Glass wall will rise 22 storeys he did so. the students would continue their strike until they assured some action would taken on their demands. jNalural gas export review still wanted tion is expected to begin Dec. 15 on a 22-storey office build- ing which will be the biggest mirror in the downtown core. The building, fifth largest in i Calgary and valued at mil i lion, will have the highest ratio of glass to solid construction i materials on its outside sur- per cert. It will be characterized bv! i unique rounded comers and wide horizontal hands of glass. Vancouver based Dawson De- velopments Ltd. is the mvner of here there is nothing to pre- vent the federal cabinet from reviewing the national energy 'hoard's decision to refuse addi- tional exports of natural gas. Mr. Lnufhccd. in a tolegrarc to Prime Minister Truderui, said Alberta le.cn! advisers feel the federal government, can ask Hx: board t" re-assess its deci- sion. Mr. Tniricau. in a telegram to Mr. Iviiighocd earlier this >veck, said there were no proii- sions for Ottawa to order a re- view of the decision. Last month, the board re- fused a request to sell more Al- berta natural gas to the United Stales. Mr. Lougliood's telegram also paid that since ho has nol re- ceived a reply to his request for observer status at Canada-U.S. energy talks, he trusts Alberta nil and natural gas will not be discussed alien the prime min- MIT meek President Nixon lloM '.icck Alberla received r-o ad- vice fniiu iitta'.ia on nil and policies since the Progres- sier1 took power m Hi'! province .Sept. 10, said Mr. Lougnccd. No lawsuits says EDMONTON fCP) There is little likelihood the Alberta I government would provide pn- i vale citizens with the special right to sue or take other legal I action to protect the environ- ment, says Bill Yurko, environ- ment minister. A group of citizens represent I ing organizations throughout tlie province presented p si i e I ment to the minister urging I that citizens he provided with i the right to intervene legally lo protect the interest of all cih zcn.s. Mr. Yurko expressed concern about the consequences of such j a provision and said then was i little likelihood UK present gov- ernment would take such ae tion. OXC'K WAS SDA Koine 200 million years the sea covered large portions of the plains country which now j is..... ENTER EVERY WEEK! ENTER OFTEN! PRESENT A... DOWNTOWN SHOPPERS' OVER Featuring 2 PRIZES! GRAND PRIZES! from AIM WORLD TRAVEL AIR CANADA TRIP FOR 2 2 WEEKS IN JAMAICA MONTEGO BAY Leave Dec. 20, Jan. 3, 15, 29, Feb. 12 Retail Value From; WEEKS! 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