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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LHHBRIDGE HtRAlO Wodnnidoy, 11, Prehistoric cave paintings seen in cave near Tnideau defends remark OTTAWA (CP) Prehistoric rave paintings in Canada? The National Museum u[ Man lias run a fust check on rejwirl lhat anciciil wall paintings been seen in a cave near Lan- ark Village. 45 miles of OLUwa. Paintings on cliffs and oihn rook faces are fairly common in Canada, but mi cave has ever been found. "Unfortunately, we enuldn'i find any G. director of ihe niu- s e u m 's archaeology division. said in an interview. "ft seems lo he a ca.se of im- agination running away. though' we may have another look v, hen the weaUiev gels better Hobcrt Pamnieit. who carried out the investigation, said lie en- tered Ihc cave Friday "I'll .some difficnlly hilt his powerful flashlight revealed no paintings. He said there was a lot of ice ;nul hi.1 (lilt nol pel inside the reputedly more limn 100 k'd Imitf, 'M'ei'hap.s when the wp-alhci holler we oan Lake a look ;il [he whole length." The reports said the drawing of Irt'fs, animals and prehislo-: rir in e n ere near Ilie enlrawe "There aie lots of cases ol j inmuiivalion like lliis." Mr. .said. The weekly Perth Courici (-juried a Thursday on ihe supposed Village i paintings, touching off research' hells ia bolli Ottawa and To- ronlo The national niu.senni of man lippc-d in advance of llio C'ouner report and Mr. Pam- 1 uu It arrived (in the scene just iK'MTi1 a hig weekend storm struck i lie interviewed villagers vvhn 1 have have seen or Uvn lold aUmil Uic Mr, Pammclt said it is possi- ble that rock shifts in (lie cave c i) u I d have obliterated any painlings lhal might lyivu been j I here. Canadian aid lor IJanjiliulc.s OTTAWA i IT) Ca'Kida will provide reconstruct ion aid lo 1 Bangladesh, tin: new .state ere- i aled nut of East Pakistan, Kx- lernal Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said Monday. Me did not. i give the amount of Ihe aid in a Comimins reply Warren Alt-1 mnnd (Ij M o n t re a 1 N'olre- Damc-de-Gracc) hut said il will i come out of the regular aid al- j lotmenl for Pakislnn. O'lTAWA (CP) Prime Mi.iii.sler Triidean Tuesday de- fended his of Premier VY. A. C. Bennett of British Coluinhia as a bigot, Kocifil Cvedil leader, asked in Die Commons why Mr, Tnidoau had labelled Mr. Bennett a bigot hee.mse the premier had siigtfeslcd lhal fodernl pay- in en l.s he made to individuals instead of provincial govern- ments, Mr. Tniilemi askril Mr. Caouette in return turn- lie would describe a sLalemcuL lhal Iheic are loo many I'Yench-Canadians hi Mr. Caonctle said he did not hnar such n statcnicnl and asked whether Mr. Trudeau was a w n r e Ilial a few Kri'iic'h Canadians say Uiere arc loo many rcnglLsh-Canadi- nns in (Juehcc. That ended Uic brief ex- SUIM'OI'.TS GUN LAW DALLAS, Tex. (Renter) Capital punishment Fails to deler crime but lough now laws rrslridiny hand guns could eliminate 50 per cent: of the United Slnles violent crime al- mosl overnight, famed defence lawyer Ir. Lee Bailey said Tues- dav. ElVIA'S LUV LOOK has n special look. M'l the look of And LUV fashions by Elvia are drawing a Men (ion from ihe fashion ceniruj of tlie See why this Solur- dny in Wee Vend Mag a fashion feaiurc by Keitho McLean. IN YOUR LETHBR1DGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE UNDER TWO FLAGS President Nixon, Premier CKou En-lai, Mrs. NIXOT stand ol heovily-laden (able n' Stole dinner in Peking under a backdrop of American and People s- Republic of China flcicjj. growth seen despite, federal acts EDM'WniN KT1 A riir-' .-vviland Oil Canada Lid., says vey ni exoculive opinion hy Al- ihe recent tax-reform H'rl-a's E c n n ni i e I i'-n makes it difficult (o anal- Rranf.'h li mcn sinn of tir- t' tius hy j-f'Slnclivp nf ss- ysij business opporluni- in- lies and almost impossible to ;iy umiiTtake long-term corporate vy planning in a meaningful way. "In the last three lo four years, senior officers of this '-'i' company have spent as much or more time in the analvsis of ness executive-.-, IUTI; ivleasrn questionable federal leg- hv Tree: Peac.jek. minister of i.-laiion as they have in en- iii'lmiry tiimmercc. deaioring In run Hie com- The lhat tin- jii'. Jotldrie said. cv.-t.V.r.'v croaied [fdenrl: j E Childs, president of such as liie Bnnis Foods Lid., says prob- [t-ise-i (.'i.-nipc'lHi'm Act. increased costs, mar- bi.-r Ac: .Mni tilt (onfu.-iiis re-, ami loss of sates MM'ii Art one of tlie ma- Iw overcome hy In :nvesi'nent management, "hut r ihe announced intenlions of the Jcderal seem rle- i: signed lo do nothing but im- 'PEKING' WHITE HOUSE Mop locates Ihe guest house v.'here President ond Mrs. Nixon are staying dur- ing iheir visit lo Peking, China, this week. Southwesf Teachers Convention In Conjunction With CABLEVISION Are Pleased To Present Her Honor Judge Marjorie Montgomery Bowker Family C.ourl' Diunion Edmonton Addressing the 1972 Teachers Convention "The Oldest Classroom Of All The Home" ON CHANNEL 2 pede the indusU'ial devolop- i maul of lliis eounlrv 1 Mr. Childs said the outlook for Ihc meat packing industry in 1972 is good. There should be an increase in ealllc deliveries and although hog marketings j may show some decline, mini- j bcrs slill hf. substantial, lie the price freeze in the Uniled Slates may result in i greater imports of American pork and may make It more dif- ficull. for Canada to sell park j to -Japan. The executives expect a six-, pcr-ccnl increase in Ihe value of manufactured s h i p ments, i which ro.-e fcur per cent in I to an estimated billion. There were expeclauc-ns for continued positive prowl n in {Alberta mineral production., which was w-orlh a record billion in 1971 and established the province as the most nificant producer n( minerals j in Canada. In Ihe oil and gas industry, j expectations for are prom-; ising al1 hough there are execu- tive reservations about ex- ploration aclivify, sulphur mar- i kcl difficulties, pricing and va- j ricus federal government pro-: gram? '.vhich could restrict ae- development. In 1971. the value of oil sales increased almost 2-1 per cent to million and gas f-ales! were up nine per cent lo 5240: million. Coal company executives ex- pect, a 13-per-ccnt increase in production us Japanese de- mand continues lo provide con- siderable stimulus lo the indus- try. In 1971, Alberta coal output of 8.9 million tons was valued at S4I.8 billion. The survey indicates that prospects for the conslruction industry are encouraging, with i the major impelus from a sustained high Icrel in housing activity. The executive report says grain and markets have set the slage for in- creased revenues in the agri- culture industry. In 1S71. Iota) farm cash receipUs in Alberta increased 11 per cent over Consumer spending i- ex- pc-cled lo increase at ler.st oiffln per in 1972. with main boost rominc from such dura- ble goods as motor vehicle.-. Thursday, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Welfare cheques will he delavecl OTTAWA (CP) Welfare Minister John Munro said today il will lie impossible lo nice; ilio government's onginM May 1 deadline for the first payments under a revised family allou anees scheme. He did not say what Ihe new if any, is. I Mr. Munro was roplving in the Commons lo -lack Mai-shall Barliel iiskcd (or early in- I li-odiiriion of legislation which I will provide for and larger families. 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