Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
28 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, December 16, 1974 Patterns Wrap Up Fashion Whelan absolved' of blame in egg scramble Sawdust 7375 Wrap into warm fashion in the new, short-sleeve jacket. New, beautiful, EASY! Bold pattern stitch is achieved with single crochet, rib stitches. Use worsted in 3 colors no color carrying' Pattern 7375: Sizes 8-18 incl. 75 cents each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first- class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MlT 4P7 Ont. residents add sales tax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. Quickie Jumper PRINTED PATTERN Wrap and buckle up this quickie jumper in just a few hours FLAT! No fitting problems, buttons, com- plications it's ideal for easycare cottons, blends, knits. Send! Printed Pattern 4791: Girls' Sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, 14. Size 10 takes yards 60-inch. Sl.OO for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first- class mail and special handling Ont. residents add sales tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7. EXPERIENCED MEDICAL RECORDS PERSON To share duties in 60 bed accredited active treat- ment hospital Salary to commensurate with ex- perience an H.S.A.A agreement. Starting date to be agreeable to both parties. Applicants may apply to; Miss R. Rinaldi, Director of Nursing, Crowsnest Pass General Hospital and Nursing Home District No. 40 Box 510, Blairmore, Alberta. OTTAWA (CP) Con- servative MPs on the special Commons egg committee to- day complained that Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan has been unjustly ab- solved of blame in the rotten egg scandal by the majority of committee members. In a statement released in advance of the committee's report, the four Conservatives called for more hearings into the country's egg marketing system. They said they reject a recommendation that the Canadian Egg Marketing Agency (CEMA) be run by a Jetliners to measure pollution WASHINGTON (AP) Do jet planes pollute the upper at- mosphere? To find out, the National Aeronautics and Space Ad- ministration is equipping four commercial Boeing 747 air- liners with sensors to measure pollution along the world's major airlines. The five-year program begins this week, with a United Airlines jumbo jet carrying the detectors for the first time. It will take readings during normal com- mercial flights over the United States. Within months, jets of three other airlines will operate the American over its global air corridors, Qan- tas of Australia in the Southern Hemisphere and Scandanavian Airline System over the North Polar route. The project is called Global Air Sampling Program. The goal is to determine how jet emissions and other pollution sources affect the atmosphere at altitudes above feet. The system measures dust particles, carbon monoxide, ozone, water vapor, carbon dioxide and oxides of nitrogen. Pilot leads six children on march through jungle LIMA (AP) A bush pilot who led six children on a seven-day survival march through the Peruvian jungle says they were saved because his small plane crashed into a cushion of dense vegetation. Three other children died in the crash and the pilot, Oscar Zender Samiento, 24, suffered broken ribs. But the surviving children, aged six to 16, apparently es- caped with minor cuts and cruises and worm bites. They are recuperating in a hospital at San Ramon, on the Andean slopes beside the Pacific. Reports from San Remon said Zender was flying the nine children from school in San Ramon to their family plantation in Iscosasin, a settlement on the edge of the jungle The pilot and the children were all members of a family of Swiss-German im- migrants that settled near Iscosasin early this century. He said the single engine of his Cessna went dead 10 min- utes out of San Ramon and he glided to a crash landing in a tree-filled swamp. Six-year-old Juan Wingaert and Antonio Simon, 14, died in the crash. "We started walking through the said Zender. "We lost most of our footwear and clothes. We liv- ed on water, some palm fronds and roots and other jungle food. Sometimes we picked up wild fruit. The vegetation tore at our legs and bodies." "We finally reached a river and we were picked up by a raftman just as we were about to lose our strength." But Katty 11, died of injuries that became infected during the survival trek. The surviving children were Kasilda Zender, 6, Carlos Pan- duro Zender, 8, Herbert Pan- duro Zender, 11, Juan Zender, 12, Herta Zender, 11, and Gla- dys Zender, 16. A helicopter was sent to re- cover the bodies of the two children killed in the crash. On Christmas Eve, 1971, a plane flying from Lima to Iquitos crashed in the jungle. The sole survivor of the 92 persons aboard, 17-year-old Juliana Koepcke, walked 10 days through the jungle before she was found. special executive committee. Three of the four have farm- area Mazankowski Allan Lawrence (Northumberland-Durham) and Jack Murta The fourth, James McGrath (St. John's East) is the party's consumer affairs critic. Liberals have eight members on the committee, New Democrats one and Social Credit, one. In their statement, the Con- servatives said Mr. Whelan "failed to assume the responsibility, authority and federal leadership vested in him by the Canadian people." He was aware as early as Nov. that CEMA was running up heavy which eventually would end in the destruction of 28 million eggs this fall, bought by the agency, then left to rot in im- proper failed to take action." The Conservatives said Mr. Whelan has not recognized that any such agency cannot work unless the government regulates imports of any product controlled by a marketing agency. And they said Mr. Whelan does have control over the agency despite his arguments that he doesn't. The minister, they said, is advised on all op- erations of the agency and ex- ercised his influence at one point by buying up some sur- plus eggs for the World Food Program. The Conservatives said the committee needs to hold more hearings to gather evidence from provincial farm ministers, CEMA's auditors and a three man manage- ment group which ran the agency between June and November this year. The provincial ministers met last month and agreed reluctantly to recommend that CEMA be run by a five- member committee of the agency's president and vice- president, as well as three people appointed by the agriculture minister. The Conservatives oppose that idea, saying in their statement that it would mere- ly lead to "increased bureau- cratization" within CEMA. supply assured VANCOUVER (CP) Bruce Mcaninch, a director of the British Columbia Broiler Marketing Board and of the B.C. 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