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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 37 THE LETHBRIDCE HERAID Wetlnisdciy, February 16. 1972 _ Pipeline will help north job situation T? v mploy- i pliins In livnkl kionls is naliinil Ras pi mi sUiLV ill a plan by Alaska's sinpr ll'.r I llii- NcrihwcM Prok'e; Siudy northeastern A'fc'Mu lo I ilruiip, proposing a natural gas bonier ncav Emerson, JIai thC PROVIDES JOHN Tin- sis cumpanv consortium Aljoul are ID develop' a program pee.lrd lo bo einnto.ed duri t In mm Ihc specific three-year coiiMniclion p. ol and aspirations of j on Ihe proposed 41 says project man inch-diam.elcr HIM. (he gop G llurd 5.rid in a ileus release. Wiih ihs in mind, Iho group In the Yukon end N'orlli t has 1-ircd a agency in i Territories, isit pel 1 lidmonlon lo sludy UK? question jobs will be created in Ihc ir{ (nipioynicnl for norlhora pco- operalicn and maintenance of pie in pipeline construction and I system. Mr. Hurd said Ihe Boreal il will bo conducted by the study emphasis (raining Gorual Inslilulc lor Xorthern and employment (or [he pcrma- j .S.udirs assistance trom uent jobs." i L'niversity of Alberta research- Alaj to be considered is the i ui-s and advisory services from pcoromic. sociological and cul- [ural impact of lii; pipeline on 'ihc study will consider il is preferable, from th? norlhcrn interest, to provirfp for training in the .North, or training northern secondary benefit. provide us with a greater r.'.Kler- staiuiing of complex noniic, sociological and cultural MACLEODS 5 m SPECIAL HOUSiWARES Moukl be families now cs- problems ceiifnmlLJig la'slKhcc] in Ihe Mr. j CUITSIIL Hu.'d said. I from a subsisier-ce- him ting find j lrcppir.2 economy to a wage I Mr. Hiird said. Cfvncrfirvttlivri lias commit- IfliPtyl >clllUll j ted S12 million to a feasibility. sludy of the pipeline, said (lie syslcrn is expcc'cd lo create i other jobs "for i'ncillary sup-. j port and sea-view Participanls in Northwest i pipeline project are Atlantic Richfield Co., Humble Oil and Refbing Cj.. the Standard Oil operation under studv CALGARY I'm The en- vjronnirnl cc'isen'ation airtVior- ity j.s rcviewine the operation of iU Calgary office for budge- tary reasons, says authority cha'rm.-n Br. Walter Trost, HIPPIE LIFE OVER A one-time insurance salesman, Bert Rakovsky, 67, has gone sour on hippie life because he says loo many young people are all lalk about chang- ing things and liltle action. Mr. Rakovsky says hs will e'l'er the Eslablishment again and form his Personal Economic Teclino-Development Services Foundation, a non-profit designed lo creaJe "happier individuals" through yoga nnd semisensitivity iraining. The photographs show Mr. Rakovsky before, lefl, and after his melamorphosis lo hippie-life. to combat malnutrition rts back fertilizer use Co. Ti aasCsnada Pipe- Ltd., Micliiga'.i V.iseonsin Pipe? Line Co.. and .Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America. Other groups are invesli- No decision has teen made j Aj-clic pipeline constnic- on iL vill tre closed, he lion- include Gas Arctic i Systems Study GnjUji. proposing P.iul Anderson, a University i a line from Ihc Arciic of Calgary hiologist, said ear- lier the office being quiet- Coast lo connect v.ii.h tacililies in Albsrta, and P'a- ly dosed for obscure reasons j cific. proposing a pipeline and Iho matter should be in- Uirough the Yukon and P.rilisii Columbia to AVashington Slate. BISSETT ELECTRIC (1971) 226 12th SI. A North Phone 327-7508 LEON J. GZAJKOWSKI Authoriied Dealer and Service Centre for PIONEER CHAIN SAWS f API meet- ing here have reported some ev- idence fertilizers may dam-, soil nnd .supplies, but they say Ihc chemicals are needed to combat malnulrilinn in undeidevc'opytl cour.trics. A pojicl of 25 scicnlisls dN- Ihr1 problem at a mcrt-, ing called by Ihc UN Food and Agricihtiii-e Organization and li-o In'.ernatioiial Dt1- vclopmenl The panel's chairman. Dr.; Robcrl A. Olson, professor of agronomy al I'.ie VrivcrsHy of i Nebraska, said: "Tnerc is seme evidence I hat excessive fcrLi- lizcr use may causs deteriora-! lien in water quality with poten- I lial hazards lo human nealtb; and e.sLlielic eiiviiomnenl." Bui liL1 lold Ire scientists: ''Agriculture must came first on the path to njjUcnal prosperity in tiie developing i phr.tes in ground and surface He said fertilizers fad con-; Il also cilcd cccesional tribuLcd much lo the "t-rcop cases of nilrate or nitrate poi- j revolution1' thai lias brcughl' of infants from vcgeta-1 Irtiia. PnkistEn. Turkey and j bles giwvn in chemically ferti- coiirlries lo or nc-ar self-' lixexl icil. sufficiency in vrheal or rice. Bui the panel was told that NOT DKSTRL'CTIVK much of this could have hren environmmLalisls' caused by oilier factors, and conlenU'ons lhat fertilizers arc even the actual ills co-.ild destroying gcod Olson wanlcd off by more rational use j said. 'Substantial evidence RX- of such fertilizers. isls to the contrary.'1----------------------, He cited lands in Australia.: PUFFIN txnirTFn New Zealand and Britain, and; GRELKS the soil of Iho Askov station in ATHENS (fieuler) A courts Denmavk where chemical council indicted 17 Greeks, in- lizera have been used m a n y eluding four uomen. Monday JTETS. night on cherges of plotting to Tne panel found indications of cvert.hrow the military-backed reduction of the oxygen content I regime. They were among 33 r.f surface the clogging parsons arrested last October of bcdics by algae and were described HS members aqiinlic weeds and increas- of Ira outlawed Greek Commun- ing levels of nilrales and phos-' isl party. your moneys worth of flavor! Nothing satisfies as much as coffee at its best rich, dark, freshly roasled coffee with all its flavor sealed in until it's lime to perk. That's the kind of coffee you get when you take home Nabob, the blend that never varies. In all the West, Nabob is j the No. 1 ground coffee the coffee that delivers oil the flavor you pay for and more! Buy Nabob. ROYALE SUPER TOWELS Royal Aibert China 20% OFF SUGAR BAGS 7-oz. BELL COLA GLASSES HOMcGUARD INTERIOR SEMIGLQSS PAINT ASST. LETTER PADS and ENVELOPES GARBAGE IRONING BOARD COVER and PAD SET 0 H GALVANIZED CLOTHES LINE METAL GARBAGE CANS HOUSEWARES ASSORTMENT CLOTHES PtNS 50 2 1 Pack ha for I CROCKERY VEGETABLE BOWL U MEASURING CUP sue IRONSTONE Dintterwnre Sets OFF BATH TOWELS nttmer. 19" x ROYALE TOILET TtSSUE TOY ASSORTMENT PLASTIC DRAPES MACLEODS ;