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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 17, 1970----- Henderson: Conference smells of KDJIONTON (CP) Alberta civil servants will not be al- lowed to attend a conference to discuss effects of the W. A. C. Bennett Dam on the Pencc- River Delta, Health withuul these people is hog- said Mr. Henderson. "It's the same damn thing as when Uie Opposition stands up on the floor of the legislature and clobbers the government Minister James Henderson said {for not tabling a report when 1 Ihey already have the informa- Mr. llcndersin told a news i it S III NDLRSON conference the meeting is a "pretty well planned political exercise" and the government will not ''allow a couple of civil siuanh to put their necks on the chopping block." Last month the government ordered its civil servants not to take pail in public discussions Puts fool down 01, organizers oS the conference said Tuesday it will cancelled unless the or- der is retracted. Sponsored by the University of Alberta, the conference is scheduled for Jan. 14 and 15 in Edmonton' "The suggestion that they ean't have their conference CARDSTON HIGH SCHOOL 3 SCHOOL BANDS PARTICIPATING THURS., DEC. 17th P.M. E. J. WOOD SCHOOL AUDITORIUM EVERYONE WELCOME Don't Be Disappointed! FABLE NOW For at the Meanwhile, conference chair- man Dr. A. Fuller denied in an interview that the con- ference has anything lo do with politics. "We have no poltical axe to grind. What we're trying to do is set Uie facts before the pub- lic. If the government doesn't want to play the factual game, well He said the conference pro- gram committee is scheduled to meet with Mr. Henderson Friday and a decision on wheth- er the conference goes ahead will be made Monday. Mr. Henderson said that whether the government ap- proved or not, (he conference organizers already have all available information on the delta. They somehow have "a j pipeline practically right into I the minister's office." The two unnamed civil ser- I vants had been asked to be I chairmen at the conference. j The delta has been a topic of controversy since a group of Alberta scientists, including provincial civil servants, re- leased a report this year call- ed the death of the delta. The report said the Bennett Dam, on the British Columbia side of the Peace River, was creating low water levels where the Peace and Athabas- ca rivers flow into Lake Atha- basca in northeastern Alberta. It said trees and shrubs were beginning to grow up where water used to be and wildlife was suffering. Organizers of the conference said its aims would be to reach conclusions concerning the ef- fects of the Bennett Dam, iden- tify possible ways of reducing FOR CHRISTMAS DAY AND NEW YEAR'S DAY SPECIAL FAMILY RATES FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE PHONE 327-3191 its effects and study possible further research projects and their financing. Mr Henderson said the con- ference organizers are trying to hold Alberta responsible for the effects of the dam even though it was built in B.C. and many of the ecological changes are in Wood Buffalo Park which is under federal jurisdic- tion. The technical aspects of the effects on the delta were lost in the shuffle long ago, he said. "I don't care if it's university politics. Conservative politics of NPD politics, it (the confer- ence) clearly smells of poli- tics." The health minister said poli- ticians, not civil servants, should attend the conference because they must take re- sponsibility for government ac- tions. He would attend if ill- He also said that no one real- ly knows whether the ecologi- cal changes in the delta will be good or bad. Even if they are had. thcv be weighed against the benefits created by Government mediation is sought MONTREAL (CP) Negotia- tors for the CNR, the CPR and non-operating railway employees have agreed to seek government mediation in their labor dispute, a spokesman for Uie employees said Wednesday. Dick Smith, chief negotiator for the eight unions concerned, said he and the railway negotia- tors agreed last Friday that me- diation was needed "because of a couple of obstacles in our talks." He said the negotiators now were waiting to hear from Labor Minister Mackasey's off- ice on who would be appointed mediator. Mr. Smith said chief issues in the contract dispute were job security and pension benefits. Talks began Nov. 1 when the unions presented their demands for increased wages and fringe benefits. Their two-year con- tract expires Dec. 31. The non-operating railway employees are made up of dis- patchers, clerks, shop laborers, telecommunication employees and other clerical personnel. JAPANESE MOVIES Date: DECEMBER 20, 1970 Time: P.M. Place: PARAMOUNT CINEMA THEATRE (LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA] Titles: "DUEL OF A BLIND SWORDSMAN" "JOURNEY OF A YOUNG TROUBADOUR" Color Films English Subtitles EVERYONE WELCOME I 1 SPARKLING SEASON United States First lady Pat Nixon is backed today by ihe ornamented While House Christmas tree, a 20-foot white spruce in the Blue Room of the Executive Mansion. The tree was grown in Merril- lan, Wis. Chris Unas gift opened prematurely OTTAWA (CP) John Diefenbaker's Christmas battery-operated automatic envelope opener from a friend in Winnipeg prematurely opened Wednesday by army demoli- tion experts. A woman mail truck driver, after discovering a ticking noise in a parcel ad- dressed to the former prime minister, rushed it to a service station where it was put in a safe place until bomb experts arrived. Police cleared the area of people. The small parcel was carefully unwrapped and the opener discovered. A defect in the mechanism had started the ticking. LOWER TRAFFIC TOLL NEW YORK (AP) The traf- fic death toll on U.S. highways this year is expected to show the first significant drop in 12 years, the New York Times re- ports. The Times quotes traffic authorities as predicting a loll of in 1970 highway acci- from the 1969 figure. The Times says govern- ment, academic and highway safety experts cited better high- ways and car safely improve- ments for the projected de- crease. 3rd Ave, and 8th St. S. Phone OPEN DAILY A.M. fo P.M. Open a Firestone Budget Account or use your... UP YOUR ALLEY BLACK LIGHT AND FOSTERS lETHBRIDGE'S NEWEST BOUTIQUE Rear of 232 12ih Sircol C North fTV HIGHLIGHTS: THURSDAY MOVIE: Three's a Crowd, G p.m., Cli. 7: A pilot marries the delusion that, his wife is dead. Stars Larry Hag- man and Jessica Walter. COMEDY: Love, American Style, (i p-in., Cli. 13: A di- vorced couple pretend they're still married in order to wheedle a bequest out of a millionaire. With Dub Taylor. SPECIAL: Rudolph, llic Hcd-Nosed lieimlcer, p.m., Cli. II: Burl Ivcs narrates this Christmas cartoon about an unhappy reindeer. SPECIAL: Say Goodbye, S p.m., Ch. 7: A memorial to vanishing wildlife species, such as seals and polar bears. VAHIETY: Dean Martin, p.m., Cli. 13: Guests are Glen Campbell, Gale Gordon and Dom DeLuise. MOVIE: The Song of Bernadcttc, 9 p.m., Cli. 7: The 1943 film, which continues after the 11 p.m. national news, about a young girl who claims to have seen a vision. With "onnifer Jones. PUBAFFAIRS: Here Come the 70s, p.m., Cli. 13: The re-use of waste materials to combat pollution, including the recycling of garbage and reconversion of glass into road paving. TALK: Dick Cavclt, p.m., Ii. 11: Director Arthur Penn and Canadian Indian Chief Dan George discuss Little Big Man, some of whose footage was made near Calgary. MOVIE: The Curse of (lie Living Corpse. Midnight, Ch. 7: A dead millionaire's legacy of hate pursues his heirs. With Helen Waren. FIUDAY.. MOVIE: Remember the Night, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1940 tale about a thief (Barbara Stanwyck) and a district attor- ney (Fred MacMurray) on a Christmas vacation together. News, Wthr., Sport News nnd Grain News, Wthr. 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