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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 19, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Tougher approach by Bourassa QUEBEC (CP) Premier Robert Bourassa has suddenly adopted a tougher approach in his campaign to make French tlie working language of Quebec. The reason is the apparent lack of success of attempts to persuade Quebec business and industry to give their French- speaking employees tire right to use then' own language in then- work. Consequently, the 37-year-old Liberal premier is turning to legislation as the only practical means of fulfilling Us promise to make French the province's working language. The failure of friendly persua- sion became clear with the set- tlement of the three-month Gen- eral Motors strike. Language was one of the local issues involved in negotiations between General Motors of Can- ada Ltd. and members of the United Auto Workers who work at GM's plant in Ste Therese, Que, ASKED FOR FRENCH The UAW's Ste. Therese local demanded that French be made the working language in the plant, with French-speaking em- ployees, who form 80 per cent of the work force, using their own language while on the job. Mr. Bourassa supported the workers to the extent that he met several times with GM offi- cials in an attempt to persuade to accept the demand. The results of what Mr. Bour- sssa regarded as the test of his language policy were disap- pointing. The language issue was not resolved in the settlement of the strike. The strikers agreec Thursday to return to work and brusquely tossed the language issue to Mr. Bourassa. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPIEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 Heath mum on talks LONDON (CP) Prime Min- ister Edward Heath returned to Britain today after talks with Prime Minister Trudeau in Ot- tawa and President Nixon in Washington. On his arrival at London Air- port, Heath refused comment on his talks with the Canadian and U.S. leaders. Before taking off from Wash- ington, Heath had this to say on various subjects: aggressive effort should be made by the Western Big Four powers to stimulate the stalemated Middle East peace talks. Soviet Union will nego- tiate on issues in its interest, but the Russians are still watch- ful for Western weaknesses which can be exploited. doubting that British entry into the European Com- mon Market would negatively affect trade with the U.S., Heath said both he and Nixon favored liberal trade policies. LABOR TROUBLE LOOMS An indication of the trouble Heath may face at home greeted him when he arrived at London Airport. London Airport is suffering from a go-slow pro- test by ground staff seeking a nine-per-cent pay increase. Some flights have been can- celled this week and British planes have flown with cold meals and no drink service. Olson apprehensive about U.K. levies A 13 It 13 a glaifli puuuic enough water to fill a hollowed downs of the ground. Some- out basin in the earth. As a times earthquakes cause the rule a few friendly streams ground to sink and form a hol- trough. If the basin hap- Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Joseph Mar- ra, age 9, of Elnora, New York, for his question: How do lakes form? A lake is a giant puddle with empty in enough water to keep it filled and other streams lead some of the water away to keep it from overflowing. Each lake has a different story to tell about its birth an ex- citing story of how the hollow basin formed in the ground and how it happened to fill with lake water. The earth creates lots ol lakes, large and small. But she does not intend them to live as long as her mighty mountains Most of our brimming lake: will be swamps or dry land years in the future. By that time, other basins will be hollowed in the earth and fillec with lake water. Some wil form on high slopes where melting water runs down from glaciers on the lofty mountaii peaks. Others will form aroum flat glaciers, where meltinf water fills hollows alread; there hi the ground. NOTICE TO ALL LETHBRIDGE HERALD DISPLAY ADVERTISERS TO ENSURE THE UTMOST ACCURACY, PROVIDE SUFFICIENT LAYOUT AND DESIGN PRODUCTION TIME, AND TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION ON, THE DAY OF YOUR CHOICE YOUR ADVERTISING COPY MUST BE RECEIVED NOT LATER THAN 12 NOON THREE PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION (IF A PROOF IS REQUIRED) AND NOT LATER THAN 12 NOON TWO PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION (IF NO PROOF IS REQUIRED) Those requiring proofs ore reminded the minimum ad size for delivered proofs is 42 column inches (V> Proofs of ads smaller than 42 column inches will available for viewing at The Herald until p.m. the day prior to publication. For Courteous, Professional Advertising Assistance, or Further Information, Just Call The Lctlibridgc Herald 328-4411 Display Advertising Other future lakes will form where earthquakes asd land- slides change the ups and jens to be' near a stream -iver, the water is likely to drain down and fill it with lake water. Sometimes a landslide falls across a river and stops its flow with a mighty wall of rocks and gravel dirt. Then ihe water collects and forms a ake behind the landslide. A few future lakes will form in deep hollows at the tops of mountain peaks. As a rule these mountains are dead or sleeping volcanos and the hollows are the craters that once poured forth streams ol molten lava. Rains and melting snows collect in these high hol- lows and form some, of the world's most lovely lakes. Many other smallish lakes will be formed by wandering rivers who change their minds. A river, of course, always flows gently downhill to meel the waters of the ocean.' It may flow fast down steep steep slopes or take its time flow- ing lazily across a flat plain A lazy river is more likely to form lakes. As it goes, intends to weave from side to side in snakey loops. Sometimes iis flowing water digs a new chan nel and makes a shortcul across a curve. This cuts of a loop and the water it holds is left behind as a lake. Other lakes will form in hollow! created when underground caves collapse. The earth has many ways to form lakes and we also can create them. Our clever engi- neers do this when they built a dam across a river. Most p: the flowing water is stopped in its tracks and guided to fill a reservoir. Our reservoirs are man-made lakes. During its lifetime, a lovely lake is a wonderous thing. Fish- es, frogs and1 countless crea- tures thrive in its fresh water Sedges and bullrushes grow around its brinks, water birds nest there, and all the animals of the neighborhood come tip- toeing down to drink. The earth expects it to last perhaps years. It is very sad when the human population dumps in trash and pollution that chokes and kills a lovely lake in 20 years or so. Andy sends a World Book Globe to Richard Brock, age 8, of Rochester, New York, for his question: What is the real color of water? A bucket of pure water is as clear as glass. You can see right through it. But if the bucket were as deep as a lake the clear water would be tingec with blue. The blueish tinge o water is so faint that in a bucket or a drinking glass yo don't see it all. But as you know, lakes and oceans are no always blue. This is because a lot of open water plays trick with the sky and the sunbeams Its shiny surface acts like a enormous mirror and reflect the colors in the sky above it. Notice when the sky is strewn with murky gre clouds. A lake mirrors Ui same murky grey and so does the ocean. Sometimes the water reflects the gorgeous col- I ors of the sunset. When skies are blue, so are the lakes and oceans. They look even bluer than the sky. This is because deep water steals the red, or- ange and yellow rays from (lie sunbeams. Only the blue rays can reach down deep and they add their blue color to the water. Questions asxed Sy children of Herald readers should he mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 705, Huntlngton BcacS, California 92M8. Miss Langman resigns post TABER (HNS) Miss San- dra Langman's resignation as assistant director of recreation lere was accepted by the rec- reation board. She leaves Dec. 24 for her lew position as assistant man- ager of one of the several rec- reation centres in Kitchener, Ont. Miss Langman came here in OTTAWA (CP) Agriculture Minister Bud Olson said here that despite assurances to the contrary from Prime Minister Heath of Great Britain lie is "apprehensive about the kind of levies which may be placed on Canadian grain exported to Great Britain." Mr. Olson told the Senate banking, trade and commerce committee he hopes Mr. Heath is correct in stating that Britain NOT IN THE ACT The foil that gave six-year-old Mary Jo leSlourgoon her shiner was not in the script of the Christmas play she was rehearsing. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Graham leStourgoon hit a table at home trying on her wings. Mary Jo appeared in the play at St. Rich- ard's school in Indianapolis, Ind., Hotel company to reorganize VANCOUVER (CP) Share- holders of Driver Development Corp. Ltd. have been called to a meeting in Calgary Jan. 11 when they will be asked to re- organize their company under a new name. The proposal is that a new company named Delta Hotels Ltd. will take over all the as- sets, liabilities and undertak- ings of Driver. Delta Hotels has been incor- porated in B.C. and has its registered office in Vancouver Driver is an Alberta company. ill continue to use Canadian rain despite her possible entry nlo the European Economic iornmunity. "I'm very grateful for Mr. Heath's comment that they're oing to use the grain but I'm oncerncd with the duties which may be imposed." Entry into the EEC would ikely have an effect on Cana- dian grains "vis-a-vis the grains in European countries." le said. The committee concluded its neeting by forwarding without amendment a bill to replace the existing Canada Grains Act of 1930. The bill would give the gov- ernment power to strengthen 'overnment authority over the movement of grain. RIPLEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-7616____ CHIEF MOUNTAIN REALTY LTD. COWLEY, AlBERTA Wish to announce its recent incorporation ant) subsequent licencing to deal in Real Estate in ihe Province of Alberto. Our head office is in Johnson Bros. Sawmills ltd. office in Cowley, Alberla. We can offer o complete service and we do solicit your enquiries. We expect to stress farm and ranch sales. As in the past we will bend every effort towards good sound business, like dealings' 1 would personally like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Henry Schwartz and Mr. Gordon Schwartz for the sound counselling and friendly advice they havo given me during my association with them. GORDON JOHNSON, CHIEF MOUNTAIN REALTY LTD. Phone Day 628-3775 and Night 628-3836. BOX 114, COWLEY, ALBERTA. ______ LONELY LOSERS LONDON (CP) Spinsters spending the best part of their lives caring for ill and aged parents may soon get govern- ment aid. An estimated spinters arc reported to be liv- ing near poverty. One devoted daughter said of her parents: "I am on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and I am being impoverished into the bar- gain." KOA. OWN A PROFITABLE Kampground Become a BUccessful mem- ber of KOA, largest Interna- tional system of deluxe, family campgrounds. Cash In on the booming reation field. Modest invest- ment brings instant cash- flow and strong earnings. Proven operating methods. Choice Canadian areas itlll available. Write: KOA (Canada) ltd., Dept. L, 614 6th Ave. S.W., Calgary 1, Alberta, for frtt information. i MIRROR SALE METAL FRAME ANTIQUE MIRROR 50% OFF FULl LENGTH BEVEL MIRRORS ONIY ONLY 'WITH CUPS DESIGN PtATE GIASS MIRRORS 25% OFF LETHBRiDGE GLASS CO. LTD. PH. 328-3391 Crossword 1 Noted. 6 Wrist bones. 11 Nominate. 15 Mister: Dutch. 19 Dote on. 20 Hunter loved by .Diana. 21 Get up. 23 Cleveland suburb. 24 Reindeer lichen. 26 Evade responsi- bility. 28 Idi. 29 Brew for an invalid. 30 Comedian Sihi. 31 Edible jelly from turtle 32 Dad's room. Z3 Whale. 34 Trade language of the Far Eait. 35 Mads edging. THE FAMILY CERVIDAE ACROSS 69 Most brave: 36 More light hearted. 37 French im- pressioniat- 38 Guzzles. 40 Stuck. 43 Singer Lanza. 44 Suppose. 45 Scottish river. 48 Regulated: var. 49 Complicated, fast tap dance. 51 Semester. 52 Skull cavity. 63 Shucks. 54 Choultries. 55 Vision. 56 Bushy clumps. 57 Around: pref. 58 Shoots. 60 Ship's direction. 61 Title: sBbr. 62 Brown. 65 Hempweed. 66 Welds. 68 Dewy. 70 Fettered. 72 Strap fern. 74 Burro. 77 Greater. 78 Quotes. 79 Loses firmness. 80 Describing the Tower of Pisa. 81 Inferiority: suff. 82 Assam tribe. 83 Abounding In kernel. 85 Icelandic volcano. 8S Bnin passage. 87 Benevolent and Protec- tive Bible. 91 Sea: Fr. 92 Snoopers. 93 Dacha. 94 Grottoes. 95 Skunk's distinctive feature. 94 Roman goddess of agriculture. 97 Its capital Is Cardiff. 98 Apian. 101 Pejority. 102 Entertains at dinner. 103 Evian or Saratoga. 106 Seers. 108 Newspaper bridge hand. 109 Musical instrument. 110 Error. 111 Low man In the Army. 113 Restricted social events. 115 Wind in- struments. 116 Envy. 117 Practical. USTidal flood. 119 Isle, islet or ait. 120 Unites. 121 Skeleton units. 122 Lees. DOWN 1 Confronted, 2 Saw. 3 Imbecile. 4 Goddess of strife. 5 Short for i society airl. 6 Wooed. 7 British mail. 8 Out of hand confronta- tions. 9 Elegant: it. 10 Office holders. 11 Josephine'l husband. 12 Famous landing place. 13 Blurred. 14 Prior to tea. 15 Con. luetudes. 16 Break out. 17 Ed Sullivan Is one. 18 Harrowed by. hand. 22 Inclusive abbreviation. 23 Fur. 25 Executed orders. 27 Detesting. 30 Craze. 33 Responsi- bilities. 34 Diacritical and others. 36 Class, 37 Nickname for itranotr. 38 Whirls. 39 Succeeds. 40 Hindu seelif clais- 41 Miscel- lanies. 42 unit. 43 Air. 44 Had. 45 Hunter's headgear. 46 Expunge. 47 Ant. 49 He wrote "To a Mouse." 50 Straight. 51 Aligns. 53 Axed. 55 Gift receiver. 67 Mater's mate. 58 Bragg and Ord. 59 Goddess of the rainbow. 60 God of festivity. 62 Better pulverized. 63 Spellbinder. 64 Something taught, 65 Describing some pants. 67 African river, 69 Insect pests. 70 Pretense. 71 Waste maker. 72 Dlagramless 20 x 20, by Jimes A. Brossel ACROSS (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. me) 1 Lefluminous foods. It Lacking worthiness. 12 Strike: it. 14 Vegetable. 15 Greek peak. 18 Transported. 19 Gaelic. 20 Tootier. 22 Bread stuffings. 24 Yearns for. 26 City on the. Seine. 27 Inclined. Plutarch's 34 Cream of society, 35 Yellow 36 Feminine name. 37 Musical pitch. 33 Hone color. 39 Onion's cousin. 40 Hastened. 43 Leafy vegetable. 47 Blue pastelc. 48 Lois: si. 50 Cornwall mining tribute. 51 Stumblet. 53 Mengels.- 54 Old French measure, 56 Embrace. 57 Juninr'i lather. 69 Church district. 60 Nebuchad- nezzar's Freud. 62 Follow. 63 Girl in You Like It." 64 Favorite. 65 Seasons. 70 Reluctant. 74 Finis. 75 NegriU savage. 76 Vegetable on a cob. 77 Concerning: 2 wdi. 78 Element of time. 79 Famed Rumanian queen. 80 Billboards. 73 Japanese metropolis. 75 One of the Greek Seven Wise Men. 76 Reaches. 78 Military student. 82 Swiftly. 83 Immoral. S4Whiner. 85 Enlist in. JO Mosquito genus. Smile. 83 Fracas. 84 Letters. 85 Bee colonies. 87 Jacks or better: tins. 88 Printing term: pi. 89 In the lead. 90 Lead ore. 92 Indian keepsakes. 94 Hors d'oeuvres. 95 struck vio- 100 French red lently: si. wine. 96 Describing a 101 Fashion, sick tongue. 102 Filter. 97 Squirm. 98 Marten. 9 Ran off to wed. 10 Black snappers 12 Bony fish. 13 Expungt. 16 Upset. 17 Antenna, 18 Rice grasp. 21 Musical chow. DOWN 1 Something to eat. 2 Group of nine. 3 Deity. 4 Ger. river. 6 Spread calico 23 Preside colors. (Historical phrases. 7 Sting. I Weight symbol. 24 Kind of sheriff: abbr. 25 Withered, 26 Vegetable. 28 Irrational numbers. 29 Casper, e.g. 30 Girl's name. 31 Basins. 33 Egyptian cotton. 40 Gourd vegetable. 99 Caribbean island. 41 Murmurs contentedly, 42 Consumes. 44 Performs. 45 Household gods. 46 Blue pencilled. 47 Verifies. 49 Pcpeye's vegetable. 50 Moro priest 52 Net. tyrannls. 1C5 Premingcrt HOPentaclc. 103 Irish county. 112Behight. 104 Buttresses. 113AIternati 105 Church parts. player. 114 Color 53 N. Zealand evergreen. 55 Peeved. 56 West Point student. 58 California rockfish. 59 Mama's delight. 61 Gentleman's 73 Jittery, partner. 79 Chart. 67ThaWum salt. 68 Instant. 69 Deride. 70 Cotton material, 71 vegetable. 72Sla 66 Tropical tree. 81 Weight of India- CRYPTOGRAMS 3.THGB FSOEHTJG SHP HOUSE FOUK IN PASS SOLUTIONS or UST GORAtJPOB NIIRTOSS FSOEINN. J.PUTATUBY KLUB HKRYYLA WICK CB IRCBPUIWK By Salo W. SEnkta Clifford KBRYAM. S. PINE PINS DIES'D DINE. List Week's Cryptogams 1. tonihtir tppreeiition ehingcd from dumb bf aning to fanatical stream, 2. When mr dart las! won, he lost mr frri-gri 3. Haw! Charles chewed crisp choice chopped chilled ctose cliips. Field Enterprise., Inc- 1970 ;