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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Low tonight 30-35; high Wed. 40-45. The LetMnridgc Herald RJOHT ON TARGET FOR 1975 ALBKHTA, TL'KSJJAY, JJECK.MBKU w, 1972 PKJCE KOT OVER JO CEVI1 TWO SECTIONS _ 24 PAGES Northivestern transport plan set out By VICTOR MACKIK Herald Ottawa Bureau GTTA'iVA A picture of present and future multi-miiiion dollar require- menti in Canadian North-, vest rjext decade v.as s'rt out iri a entitled v.tst Transportation Korj made public Mon- day by Trarcport Je-an Msrcharri. Objective of the plan is to identify the key rote transportation systerr.s play the development of northern Firlthh Color-obia. the Yukon and the North- v.vst Territories in the 1S70 s and the I'jWs, a E.q. mile rKO-jrce rich area. The study Ls to in formula- tion of specific p'a.'is for the a.? M the "verge of a drar.'iatic of economic acti'.ity.'1 OK recommendation of the report calls for the fed- eral government vrith a reconstruction and paving program on the Hishv.ay between Fort St. Johri ar.d. Fort to completed over a five year period. Another recomrr.er.datiori v.'as thst Ottav.a through National vdth the in- itial development of both a forest products and bulk facility at Prince Rupert. if there are reasonable as- surances that export trs-'fic originating in the area v.ill, In fart, move- through the port it is economically advantageous to do r-o. Tne study that additional major transport Investment v.-ili necessary over the next Id to 15 years by public ar.d private sectors to support stimulate growth in areas v.'hnch have already be- gun to Mr. said: transport commitment vrin be esser-tial h order to open up resource develop- ment and later to sustain in areas in the Carj- aoian Northwest v. here significant potential lies." The publication of the study followed recent mevt- ings betv.een Regional Expansion .Minister Don Jamie- Eon. Transport N'archand. Affairs Min- ister Ron Basford. Minister Jack Davis Premier Da'.id Barrett sr.d Resources R. A. V.'illiams of British ColiLTJxa The Alberta. Yukon and Northv.'tst Territories gov- ernments have a ho apprised of the plan. Mailmen told turn down Locals unions wait RepresenUiUvCfS of p-ast- E 1 unions in Lt tbbri dg e said th'.'y art wsiting they ie- of the icp'jrl hktly of tho Java! of t h Jyj "ter C arrit rs Urjion of CoJledt. the LCL'C and the !o- cal here the Canadiar. Union of P03-U.! V.'orkeri v.ould a joi.it ir.eft'.bg be dc-c-ided Vnen the report is rfcceived, Ron Morgan, of trra skiri. lliere are in the lyi'Jibrldge post office yj regular arid 105 Crris'mas who be laid off Friday. Eighty of the W rciuleir ernpVj-.-tes sre mem- bers of the tv.Tj unions. Calgary, postal v.-i] 1 lik e] 5 the OTTAWA xr. E5T after ccrr.- Seen and heard About town T CO nursing student IJnda Kennedy 5t'jdyir.g cle, for an upco.Tdng exam- models in a pub salesman Mary rK-bft.-; first to Letribridge from she tried to charge sales isx to customers in hus- band shoe store. S5.827 so far A helping handful pleading n for your help !ony tirr.---. Today tr.e at. S; fc27. The irii? in. It Btw.it. it up ft for part of V.V; rr; loin? to rnak': fteJ pull- t y s t r th ri they r. -s v o Mar.dard of hero ir, ofd sowthtrn Alte-rtJr. pc-ople work rfarn hard for what they have. Arr] the pfrr.ero'.ii v. fo: this for a multi- tude of appeal, Ls won- derfui. We 1.1 S3 That's great! it thit T-'ay! r'-.v.z MrrA to Korea, to'jntry torpj by firxxh, of f he 'A 1 fivxJs in mod e: n ijmffi. We're stJU for rM for oyrsclvei for t'rx; children in i a for the Helping Harmful of for fund. Trunks a mi! lion' thanks ro the Sprir.? roulc-c rjr.ijrrh, as a regular presrhirg fxjint f-.r Krt-ftral years. Tne fichool carried on. Ihc7 conducted a service in the churrh, a Epiocial Cnristman v: f f and t iT'xxi i of barley lor Korea o? Sf-ring sent the entire offering to Kevins Handful. IvCthryrldge Flerald. Tnaiite, Mrs. E. E. ffohrn, Sundav School superin- for yo'jr kind ict'jsr it today! fitt jt done! Help rov.! help is by pc-ople who can't plead for Ltt's cor.tirjue be Ei'jriste and V: vo !J r r; ori t'-d lo the Helping ilsrjdm! of fiar- Jr-y Uthhndae Ik-raM. V.e've got to move it Tt s r.vt; or r.e'-er; join h ft from Bov; a rd o Crarhrook. B.C, .sv-'oerj th-; ca-s with TA-o-arid-'jr.e-haK carloads of barley! a derful gift from Canadians to hurf gry Korea n chi! d ren. Ii4t of contributors see I'aEff 2t i p 1-e r.g the Ion re and moT. of Helicopters from the recovery carrier Ticonderoga havered the Apollo 17 craft and Na'.y frog-Tien leaped into Ire '.vater to assist Lhe astro- into a life raft. The 4'0 nrJie; southeast of Samoa v.-ere gentle; the weather per- fect. The en were to be plucked from the raft arrf taken to e red-carpet, brass-hat corr.e on the Ticorderoga. 17 is the final High: in program created to boost Arneri c-a n p: es 'J ge and scientific exploration. The pro- gram er.ds three years. five ir.onth-i after fL'-st pyuing man cr, the moon. Aboard the cor.irr.cn.d America is a record cargo of sampler, more than 3.000 picfores taken on the moon ar.d about two miles of film taken from moor; crbit. Air-o cr; Mard are sample.? c: an orar.ee oust Ecientirts say may re'.'o- 1 utLonize thiril-ung about lunar evolution, L-oybied th? missiori's last phase i bcT'ore tplashdov.T.. A pair of scissors. lost in the acecTaft fev.- days ago, could r.o: bs and he 'jses to com- rrjursifj-v.' v.iih The astronauts day where it was thought the might have foa'ed, but vritho'Jt succeii. Mission Con- t -c 1 conciud ed t ha t they r.ct irj any dangerous place sb-ovn the astronaut' heads. upor; re-eritr.' c'juld e madc- '.he dango'ou1- to the astronauts. headset had bro- ken v.-jres he too'-: it apart .'.'oridsy and grour.d c-ortro! vivfei him to in- tr, tape it up. LOCALS MIXEU Local union reaction to the leaders ac- ceptance of the recommenda- tions, and Guy Morisette, local letter carrier president, calling ths report stupid. Marcel Perreault, leader of the Montreal postal clerks local. the urnon negotiators had be agent of the Ottawa postal would go strike if it could be p-cved such action wcrold be in day, the best interests o! the work- The announcement follows a 'However, we are not going day hy the lO-merriber union to he stampeded by any strike- commiKee to reject r.sppy union politicians into re- conciliation board S'jggeraons Iranian k_ldueVS something before we that v.ould have given postal J know what it he added. -woriters pay increases K E.n Ottawa letter cents an hour over a coatrar. Slop WOrKJUfl carriers' president, said fere errfag Dec. 1374, would not be a vote until the Jini McCall sad Roger De- fAPj Harry whole membership faew what Truman's kidneys in the report, have stopped woriirjg and his Mr. Eoliar.d also said he riti: today. He wa-S still in had resomaaeaded ac- setou" crjr.cition. ceptance. tions on their contrac-t v.- i t h the federal gove- local uiiion presidex Clark said Monday. An Edmonton spokesman said he would not comment until te had studied the repon. fcrmer was alert HOLIDAY STRIKE OUT er.ough Monday to utter 5 few A postal strike before Christ he was in no pain ar.d mas is not likely tr.e repor his condition has Dot changed in will have to be printed, circu- were DO: enough for the lesgtr: several days. jated and examined by the of the contract. co-crjiirmeri of the CPU, said in a release that re- sults of the vote to be conducted amor: g 25 inion members c. cross 2. would be r e- in (Xtav-'a Jan. 4. The negotiating team voted E> 4 10 reject the conciliation re- p o r t rec-ommeridstions on grounds that the wages U.S. air raids attempt to force Hanoi to knees From AP-REUTER SAIGON 'CPj Hurxireds of U.S. pisir, e> Inc-udin g 52 100 B-S2s were used in the The renewed American air of- raids, on the staned on Scorc-s of smalier fighter- Sunaay. the day after U.S. pres- hombers po'j--cerf the" Hanoi- bombers from half a dozen idcntial envoy Henry Kissinger Hdoho-g of Norh Viet- bases in Thailand and several said in Washington that months r.'im'v.ith the heaviest "raids of Fleet carriers in the Tonkin of negotiations for peace with tre Mondsv and tn- North in Paris CITY SHELLED As tr.e bombing continued, Hanoi radio said American Presides; KLxor.'s special en- warships m the Gulf of Tonkin vov. G-en. Alexander Haig. con- today. U.S. officials said, The North Vietnamese gov- ernment said Nixon's to rxj.Tib i: in-jO submis- sion would not force it to accept saijed close to the North Viet- ferre- its peace tenris, Hanoi radio ssid U.S. war- nainese coar. and inissiles song and islands rln? ships ;oL-ed the attack on North ing the port. Vietnam's main Haiphong- A in Sat- Jl no: area. gon said one bomb hit a Hanoi said American crowded movie theatre in planes v.-ere shot down, in- Hanoi's Kai Eia Trung Street, ciuding three B-52s a rum- killing nine persorjs and wound- ber o: American were captured. It charged that nearly K'> civilians were kiHed in at- tacks on Hanoi and it: suburbs, Nguyen Van on the in the pesc-s nego- tiatior.5. Haig arrived L-; Sairon en the first Jos of a tox- of fotir courjtre-s. He then fOev.- to Per.h :o brief Camboiiar. leaders Stops in ard on t a for and rrurjdreds cf homes de- HEAVIEST SINCE APRIL M T U was the heaviest Joss in a LltV t'OUllCll taKCS aCllOll s.ngle day lor t.ne U S. since re- E'jmption of bombing of the last with which the United re- to expropriate property FataUv hurt al Jiiill FOX CFtEF.I-: "Ti P.2l-h tourd: has to expropriate land in the dcra-n- tovi-n area fron-i Alberta DaLn- Foo! if an or. the reacho-i bv Dec. jcr.c-rs! tjt of Ci'v council has offered S30.- r the lard, at 4th a; as fr.e tro Mayor Andy told Tr.e Hc-a'd today that the CADP s price of was lit said there is still time for Ke said he voj'd ha caliirg today ar.o. up this at a board ;